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How European friends deal with expensive gasoline


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When the traffic light turned
red, Daniel Hasler switched off
the engine.
Dani, who is from Zurich,
Switzerland, where gas hov-
ers above $8 a gallon, is long.
accustomed to finding ways to
both save gas and help the en-
vironment. Turning off his car
at a red light is one.
Europeans have had high
gas prices for decades.
At a societal level, some of


* the money raised at the pump
has been poured into a sophis-
ticated and efficient public
transportation infrastructure,
reducing the need for using
private cars.
At a personal and fam-
ily level, Europeans invest in
smaller vehicles with high gas
mileage and ride their bikes.
As we in America suddenly
are confronted with gas prices
higher than we've been ac-
customed to, our friends in
Europe were pleased to offer
some tips.


Ride your bike
Curt Borgd6n, who lives in
the Stockholm, Sweden, suburb
of Sollentuna, boasts exceptional
mileage. He rides his bike to
work. Gas in his town is cur-
rently $9.32 a gallon.
Sweden enjoys an excellent
public transit system. On those
days Curt's work as an engineer
takes him into the capital, he just
hops one of the region's frequent
commuter trains.
"Use your legs for walking
See ABROAD A4


1st District candidates announce endorsements


AFL-CIO endorses Bryan


Kyle Wright
I,,Crestview News Bulletin

The Florida AFL-CIO
'Endorsing Convention
has voted to endorse the
candidacy of James E.
"Jim" Bryan, the Demo-
cratic nominee for the
1st District U.S. House of
Representatives race.
The federation is an
umbrella group repre-
senting 11 labor and pro-
fessional organizations.
"I am extremely proud
of this endorsement,"
said Bryan, a Laurel Hill
resident. "I started work
in a chemical plant at 17
and learned a lot about
manufacturing from the
inside. When I joined the
army, the United Mine
Workers made me a life-


time mem-
ber.
"What
I intend
ti to accom-
plish in
Washing-
'-'" ton can't
James be done
Bryan without a
strong la-
bor force. For me, union
membership has always
been about an honest
day's pay for an honest
day's work, not strikes or
confrontation. ... I intend
to do all I can to support
economic growth, clean
industry and agricultural
development in the Pan-
handle. That means jobs.
And, when workers are
treated fairly and honest-
ly, everybody gains."


Miller named friend of taxpayers


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller
(R-Chumuckla) was one
of a few dozen lawmak-
ers in the House or Sen-
ate to win the "Taxpay-
ers' Friend Award" for
2007 from the National
Taxpayers Union.
The NTU is a non-par-
tisan, non-profit group
that works for lower tax-
es, smaller government
and economic freedom at
all levels.
The award is presented
to members of Congress
who achieve an 'A' in the
NTU's annual ratings. The
scores, based on roll call
votes, measure a member
of Congress' support for
reducing or controlling


federal
\. spending,
*.. 'i taxes, debt
4 and regu-
' lation.
i'^,a/ The
group says
ffMiller's
Jerf score of
86 percent
was one
of the best in the entire
House and one of two A's
in Florida. The average
"taxpayer score" in the
House was 35 percent.
Miller will hold mo-
bile office hours from 9
a.m. to noon Thursday at
Crestview City Hall. Eric
Hannel, Miller's military
affairs caseworker, will
man the mobile office.
Call 682-61345 for de-
tails.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
State Sen. Durell Peaden spoke about the proposed local
Florida A&M University pharmacy school during Monday's
Crestview City Council meeting.


Peaden, council


member at odds


after meeting


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Officially, the Crestview
City Council continued the
dialogue regarding a pro-
posed Florida A&M Uni-
versity pharmacy school in
downtown Crestview by
directing city staff to send
the group's formal list of
questions about the project
to FAMU officials.
Unofficially, the dia-
logue between one city
council member and State
Sen. Durell Peaden was far
less amicable.
Peaden, .the project's
sponsor in the legislature,
and council member Chip
Wells met in the hallways
following Monday's coun-
cil meeting and engaged
in a conversation that end-


ed on less than pleasant
terms.
No voices were raised,
but both clearly were agi-
tated.
Wells has expressed a
desire for clearer informa-
tion about the project since
the first reports regard-
ing the proposed campus
surfaced. Peaden said he
made efforts to provide ap-
propriate information to
public officials.
Wells declined comment
after the conversation.
Peaden reiterated some of
the statements he made
during he meeting.
"Other communities are
licking th, ir chops hop-
ing Crestview won't take
it," he said, reminding the

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PRINCIPAL'S REPORT


Community plays big


role in LHS success


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

This is the tenth and final
article in the News Bulletin's
series of interviews with area
public school principals.

For Laurel Hill School
Principal Susan Lowrey-
Sexton, her job is more of a
privilege than merely em-
ployment.
".I feel so honored and
blessed to be here," she
said. "As I've looked to
Laurel Hill, I've always ad-
mired what goes on here,
being such a unique little
blending pot. I'm proud to
be back."

An 'A' School
"It's just been a great
year," Lowrey-Sexton said
with pride. "We were des-
ignated an 'A' school this
year. We raised our scores


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from a 'B' to an 'A' and
we're all really proud of
that."
She credits her students,
teachers and staff for the
improvement, as well as
having the flexibility to al-
low teacher development.
"There's been an ex-
traordinary amount of
work from the students,
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council FAMU must use the
$2.5 million budget appro-
priation for the proposed
local facility within a year or
return the funds to the leg-
islature.
He estimated the annual
impact of a local pharmacy
school at $500 million.
"For Crestview it's a
great opportunity," Peaden
said. "It has the potential to
be a great education center
for rural Florida."
The council unanimously
voted to send its list of ques-
tions to FAMU officials.
"I hope we can get the
answers back and start the
process to figure out if we
can work this out," Wells
said during the meeting.
"There are a lot of questions
we have to have concrete
answers to."

Other business
The only debate raised
after recommendations
from the Crestview His-
torical Preservation Board
regarding the Alatex Build-
ing: Is the Alatex Building
the preferred site for the
proposed FAMU campus
already listed on the Na-
tional Registry of Historic
Places?
The council tabled a mo-
tion to begin the process to
add the building to the na-
tional registry until debate
is settled. Council member
Charles Baugh said he was
told the building already is
on the registry. Jerry Mil-
ligan of the preservation
board said he was told the
downtown district is in
the registry, but the Alatex
building itself is not. Both
citied similar sources.
The council approved
by a 3-2 vote a motion to
place a bronze marker at
the entrance to the build-
ing. Baugh and Bob Allen
voted nay
Milligan said he has been
told the sign would not be
a problem if the building
became a pharmacy school
and that FAMU would "as-
sist us in maintaining the
historical integrity of the
building."
The council unani-
mously approved a first
reading of an ordinance to
raise the city's water and
sewer impact fees. The or-
dinance would raise the
residential impact fee to
$1,000 and raise the" resi-
dential sewer impact fee to
$2,900. City staff previously
provided a chart indicating
the new rates still would be
lower than rates in several;
other communities.
Mayor David Cadle
presented service awards
to Kenneth Barrow of the,
Public Services Department


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Mayor David Cadle recognizes Teresa Gaillard of the
Administrative Services Department for five years of service.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Mayor David Cadle recognizes Crestview Fire
Department Chief Joseph Traylor for 15 years of service.


(five years), Teresa Gail-
lard of the Administrative
Services Department (five
years) and Crestview Fire
Department Chief Joseph
Traylor (15 years).
The council unani-
mously awarded the bid for
the city's auditing services
for the next three years to
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The council unani-
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The request was made by
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that includes former major
league pitcher John Rocker.
The council. unani-
mously voted in favor of an
amendment to, the County
Public Library Cooperative
Interlocal Agreement that
would waive the $20 library
fee for families who live in
municipalities without li-
braries. The motion would
benefit the 90-plus fami-
lies in Laurel Hill who use
the Crestview library. The
amendment will take effect
if four of seven participat-
ing governments support
the revision. Persons who
live in unincorporated areas
do not pay a library fee.
The council unani-
mously approved a $2,500
budget request for the Well
Workplace Program.
The council unani-
mously approved a consent
agenda that included the
reappointment of Ronald
Reeves to the Board of Ad-
justment.
The council scheduled
a special meeting for 5:01
p.m. July 28 to review the
city's Evaluation and Ap-
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On-the-job training continues


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Councilman Charles Baugh (center in white shirt) learns about city Public Works
operations from employees Jack Burk, Chris Busbee, Wayne Dees and Tim
Dreading. Baugh continued his "on the job training" by spending Friday riding
along with Dees as they read meters.


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I- WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008 LOCAL Crestview News Bulletin I A.3


CH EC


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

ADULT PROGRAMS
Leni Riefenstahl's
OLYMPIA: Breaking the
Myths. Brian Hughes,
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers writer and National
World War II Museum
lecturer, will present a
special program on Aug.
4 at 6:30 p.m. He will
give us a fresh look at
"The Greatest Sports Film
Ever Made." "Olympia"
appears on many lists
of the greatest films of
all time, including Time
Magazine's "All-Time 100
movies." Learn how the
acclaimed documentary
of the 1936 Berlin Olym-
pic Games was made,
discover why it remains
controversial, and view
clips of some of its most
magnificent sequences.
First Tuesday Lec-
ture: "Everything You've
Always Wanted to Know
about Elections ... But
Were Afraid to Ask" will
be presented by Pat Hol-
lam, Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections
on Aug. 5. Hollarn is an
expert on the subject of
elections and will gladly
Answer any questions.
The program starts at
10:30 a.m. with coffee and
'cookies served beginning
at 10 a.m.
Topics for all of 2008
may be found on the li-
brary Web site at www.
cityofcrestview.org/li-
brary.htm.
The library will be an
early voting site for the
Aug. 26 primary election,
:with early voting hours
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Aug. 11 through Aug. 23
(excluding Sundays). The
library also will be an ear-
ly voting site for the Nov.
4 general election. Early
voting hours again will be
.from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Oct. 20th through Nov. 1
(also excluding Sundays).
Voting registration forms
are available at the library.
Knitting and crochet:
Join our knitting and cro-
chet group every Wednes-
day at 10:30 a.m. For more
information e-mail Rae
Schwartz at bakerny@
yahoo.com.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
Lap Sit, held in the
Story Room, is designed
for children under age
-3 with their caregiver.
Older children, of course,
are always welcome. Join
us on specific Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m. for stories,
songs, and finger- plays.
The July 22 theme will be
"Families"


Story Time is de-
signed for those who
are at least 3 (unless ac-
companied by an older
sibling) an meets at 10:15
a.m. on Wednesdays and
Thursday in the Meeting
Room for stories, songs,
and finger-plays. After the
program, you and your
child may do a simple
craft together. The theme
today and Thursday will
be "The Good, the Bad, &
the (B)ugly."
Also on Wednesdays
at 10:15 a.m., children
age 6 and up who enjoy
picture books will meet
in the Story Room for
stories, songs, and a craft.
If your child is not com-
fortable coming to Sum-
mer Stories alone, please
attend Story Time in the
Meeting Room. The theme
today also is "The Good,
the Bad, & the (B)ugly."
Chapter Book Club
is designed for youths
ages 9 and up who enjoy
chapter books. Meet with
us in the Story Room from
10:15 a.m. until around 11
a.m. on Thursdays. We'll
read facts and folklore
on the "Grasshopper" on
Thursday.
Teen Book Club is
designed for ages 12 and
up. Please meet with Ms.
Tracey on Wednesdays
at 2:15 p.m. in the Story
Room. If you are 11 years
old and interested please
talk with Ms. Tracey.
The club is reading "The
Wright 3" by Blue Balliett.
Teen Time with the
Wii! is for ages 12-18 only.
Nintendo Wii will be
available for play every
Friday af ternoon during
July and August from 2 to
4 p.m. Parents and fam-
ily members are welcome
to hang out and use the
library, but the Wii activi-
ties will be available only
to teens. If you have any
questions, please ask Ms.
Janice.
Family Library Time:
One evening a month
come and enjoy time at
the library as a family!
Family Library Time is
designed for families with
elementary and middle
school children. Please
visit the library for more
details as the events draw
near.
The Aug. 5 program is
"Nonie's Ark." Nonie the
Edutainer will present a
fun, hands-on learning
adventure featuring live
exotic animals. She has
an extensive background
in zoo animal technology
and wildlife education.
She promises a wildly ed-
ucating and entertaining
time for the whole family
to enjoy. The show will be


held at the Crestview Li-
brary and begins at 7 p.m.
Call the Crestview Library
for any questions.

READING
CHALLENGE
For those who joined
our Summer Reading
Challenge, don't forget
Reading Logs must be
turned in Thursday at the
front desk.
Reading Certificates
will be awarded at the
Summer Finale on July
23 at 10:15 a.m.! You will
earn a funny money dol-
lar for every day you read
at least 15 minutes, or
even up to $30 for reading
every day! We will open
our Funny Money Store
so you can spend your
hard-earned cash.
Funny Money Store
hours:
July 23 after the Fi-
nale
July 26 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
July 28 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.

STAFF PICKS
"Ghosts Among Us:
Uncovering the Truth
About the Other Side"
by James Van Praagh (CD
133.91 Van). The subject of
ghosts and the supernatu-
ral always seems to cap-
ture the imagination. Van
Praagh
attri-
butes
this
phe-
nom-
enon to
the fact
most of
us have
actually
experienced something
unexplainable and mys-
terious. Van Praagh says
he has always been aware
of a dimension most can-
not see. He is a medium
and dedicates his life to
explaining and helping
those who cannot reach
that other dimension. The
most common mystery
is what happens after we
die. I found Van Praagh's
writing to be very elo-
quent and sensitive in
explaining the after-life
experience. I am one of
those who has experi-
enced the inexplicable.
Not being able to lessen
the grief of my mother's
death, I kept praying,
pleading, bargaining -
anything to please see her
one more time. Then one
day while in a dream-
like state, not asleep yet
not awake, she did come
to me. I felt her lean on
me, felt her kiss my fore-
head, and heard her say
"I love you." My whole
life changed. I was finally
relieved of that crippling
grief. Van Praagh explains
a whole lot more of these
phenomena and offers
answers for this type
of experience. I highly


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recommend this book,
especially in CD format.
The narrator, Lloyd James,
has a fabulous voice for
expressing Van Praagh's
beliefs.
"Amazing Grace" by
Bristol Bay Productions
(DVD Amazing Grace).
"Amazing Grace" is based
on the life of William Wil-
berforce, and his passion
and perseverance to pass a
law ending the slave trade
in the
late 18th
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are my
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history, especially around
the 1790s. This movie
changed that. William
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fought for the abolition of
slavery and the shipping
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was so dedicated to his
cause he nearly lost his
life. The thoughts of the
cruelty, torture and even
murder of these innocent
men, women and children
haunted him day and
night to the point of devel-
oping a crippling colitis.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008


REPORT continued from Al


teachers and staff," Low-
rey-Sexton said. "We've
enjoyed having the oppor-
tunity to have release time.
We're on our own bus
schedule so we have had
release time, which was
beneficial to our teachers.
She said each teacher
was part of research and
professional training stud-
ies.
Students went to study
groups to raise their own
grades.

A Caring School
"The main thing about
Laurel Hill School is our
school is the center of the
community," Lowrey-Sex-
ton said. "It is a really car-
ing school culture in terms
of everyone knowing each
other and having that car-
ing feeling.
"When you walk in,
you just feel that special
atmosphere. It's welcom-
ing; it's warm," Lowrey-
Sexton said. "We take a
personal interest in our
parents and students."
That congenial atmo-
sphere attracts and retains
dedicated educators.
"We have a vigorous
curriculum," Lowrey-
Sexton said. "Our stu-
dent-teacher ratio is low-
er than most, and lower
than the state average.
"We don't have a high
teacher turnover because
the teachers who are here
want to be here, even
though they have to wear
a lot of hats and have to
be more creative with our
resources here. They do
a wonderful job with ev-
erybody holding hands
to get the job done."
The combination of
dedicated staff and aca-
demic excellence attracts
students from outside of
Laurel Hill.
"We take a lot of zon-
ing waivers. A lot people
want to come here be-
cause of our environ-
ment," Lowrey-Sexton
said. "We have a small-
er school and a caring
school, and people like


that."
Out of LHS's 435 stu-
dents, about 85 attend on
zoning waivers, she said.
Some come from Ala-
bama, some from Walton
County and some come
from the Crestview area.

Leadership from
the Community
The school was able to
form a leadership class
and a minority council
last year. The leadership
class was sponsored by
Steve Riggs with Heri-
tage Plantation, the high-
end community being de-
veloped south of town.
"The reason we devel-
oped that leadership class
was to connect students'
learning and their activi-
ties to the well-being of
the community," Lowrey-
Sexton said.
The class' projects in-
cluded taking respon-
sibility for the town ga-
zebo in partnership with
the city council. The class
also did several commu-
nity outreach projects for
needy families.
Through Gulf Power,
vocational students got
to visit the utility's head-
quarters in Atlanta, where
they were introduced to
the many jobs available.
"That was tremendous
experience for them,"
Lowrey-Sexton said.
"That was the highlight
of their years. It is a way
of opening up to see pos-
sibilities for them, to see
what a big city is like."
Being a smaller school
means resources are
tighter, Lowrey-Sexton
observed. That means
community, business and
industry involvement in
education is all the more
important.
"We can't make it here
without the interest of the
community," she said. "It
makes so much more of a
difference to our students
when people and busi-
nesses take an interest in
our students and our pro-


grams."
The Gulf Power
CHOICE Institute al-
ready working at LHS
will be joined this fall by
a CHOICE IT Institute this
fall, part of a county-wide
initiative.
Lowrey-Sexton lauded
school board member
Cathy Thigpen, who was
able to secure capital out-
lay money for the school's
new digital sign along
State Road 85.
"That is another im-
portant part of our com-
munity outreach," she
said. "Now we're proudly
proclaiming our 'A' status
today!"
More capital outlay
money helped get lights
for the girls' softball field.
"It takes community
interest like that for us in
Laurel Hill to be able to
have some of the same re-
sources as other schools,"
Lowrey-Sexton said. "Our
business partners and
people in the community
and school board mem-
bers know we have a need
and are responding to that
need.
"Of course our extra
curricular activities, such
as our sports, are really
big in the community. We
have tremendous parental
and community support
for our extra-curricular ac-
tivities."

Challenges Ahead
Laurel Hill School was
no different in having to
cut positions to accommo-
date the county's tighter
finances.
"We've had to reduce
positions and lose a teach-
er and staff member, but
we're going to try to hold
until we see what our en-
rollment will be in the fall
before we make any other
adjustments," Lowrey-
Sexton said.
"It is just very sobering
to lose people who are well
respected and regarded on
your staff, especially with
the staff that we have,"
she added.


Aliens celebrate 30th anniversary;


Ricky and Ceretha Allen of Milligan
were married June 3, 1978, at the bride's
home in Baker.
Ricky is retired from Millwright Local
2471 and is currently employed with
Option Care of Crestview. Ceretha has
been employed for the last 15 years with
the Okaloosa County School District. She is
the cafeteria manager at Davidson Middle
School.
They have two children, Joshua Allen,
who is married to Jessica, and Patrick Allen.
They also have a grandson, Hunter. Another
grandson is expected in September.
The couple celebrated their anniversary
with a trip to the beaches of South Walton


County. A trip to the Smoky Mountains is
planned for the fall.


ABROAD continued from Al


and biking," Curt advised,
echoing a common theme.
During a 2006 visit to
Crestview, Curt said his
family observed, "Ameri-
can society is only built for
cars, and the effect is obvi-
ous when you get there as a
tourist; my kids had never
seen so many big people
before!"

Be practical
In Berlin, where gas is
$9.60 a gallon, computer
programmer Tilman Fischer
sold his van and bought a
more practical Opel Astra
station wagon for his family
of five.
His wife Sabine, a teach-
er, changed her assignment
to a school closer to home,
cutting her commute to
walking distance.
"My company gives
every employee a public
monthly transport ticket,"
Til said.
Bike riding and public
transport are part of the Fis-
cher family's daily life.
"Everyone in the family
has a bike and knows how
to ride it since age 3," Til
said. "We stayed in town on
purpose, so we don't have
to drive too much."
Til sympathizes with his,
American friends.
"A steadily rising gas
price is much worse than a
price jump. That way you
notice at least that some-
thing is changing," he said.
"Only a shock changes hu-
man behavior, nothing else


is as good."

Work with businesses
In Darmstadt, Germany,
Dieter Heck is a security
printing specialist for one of
the city's largest employers.
"Merck has a contract
with the public transport
corporation and guarantees
that a certain percentage of
the employees will use the
public transport system,"
Dieter said.
"In return we get a 50
percent discount on the
regular ticket price. I pay
for example only four eu-
ros ($22.50) per month for
unlimited transport," he
continued. "But most of
the time I prefer to use my
bicycle for my daily trip to
work.
His advice: "Encourage
the biggest employers in
town to cooperate with the
public transport company."

Work with
government
Joachim Oijwall, an
application consultant in
Stockholm, encourages
Americans to work with
local and regional govern-
ment to improve public
transportation.
"Give specific sugges-
tions to local politicians
to help route buses to and
from living areas and work
areas," he suggests.
"The harder bit is to
rebuild infrastructure and
society," Joachim said.


"Make it easier and safer to
ride light motorcycles, bikes
or walk among regular traf-
fic by having special paths
for them.
"Make the city and so-
ciety safer and friendlier so
that people don't feel they
need the safety of their car,
and of course build better
public transportation."
Joachim added, "And
why not having shorter
working days?"

Be fuel efficient
In Munich, where gas
has topped $10 per gallon,
Stefanie Pollmann said,
"Actually, people do not
seem too worried about the
prices here, not as much as.
in the U.S., as prices have
always been higher and
cars smaller." "
To save on fuel costs,
Steffi advises, "Get smaller,
more efficient cars. How -
many of you really need an
SUV or a truck?"

Find a fix
Finally, Wendy Ham-
merstrom, an American
whose husband works
outside of London, said, "I0
the UK I drive a minivan
and pay $8.20 a gallon for
gas. If we're going into
London we take the train.
Parking and traffic are ma-:
jor headaches.
"My attitude on gas
prices is that we created thi0
mess, so we should quit "
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A Honor Roll
First Grade: Cook, Kendall
/ Barrow, Taylor / Reed, Lexis /
Smith, Alexandria / Southard, Tyler
/ Varnum, Madison
C. Second Grade: Bowen,
Courtney / Clary, Jarrett / Edge,
Darby / Rosen, Justin
Third Grade: Fortune,
Jessianne / Jones, Dicoda /
Whitten, Christopher
Fourth Grade: Stevenson,
Halie
Sixth Grade: Collinsworth,
Chloe / Gortt, Danielle
Seventh Grade: Presley,
Dakota / Eighth Grade: Fortune,
Daniel / Jerkins, Jeremy / Vann,
Cotton
Ninth Grade: Baggett, Brittany
Twelfth Grade: Griggs, Allicia

A-B Honor Roll
First Grade: Aplin, Keagan
/ Davis, Jacelyn / Durm, Jakob /
Gray, Brendan / Jackson, Daniel
/ Kadel, Jacob / Kemp, Natalie
/ Lundy, Shawn / Steele,. Mark /
Weisz, Logan / Williams, Madison
Second Grade: Davis, Lane /
Durm, Samuel / Engen, Savannah
/ Heisler, Jesse / Mitchell, Tyler
/ Perez, Jacob / Smith, Shanna
/ Sory, Hanna / Speck, Skyler /
Wellman, Mackenzie / Whitegon,
Kristin
Third Grade: Aplin, Ayonna
/ Bly, Dakota / Green, Sarah
/ Gunter, Landon / Harris,
Syderrickiah / Mitchell, Lauren
/ Peacock, Andie / Thompson,
Courtney / Welsh, Rachel / Welsh,
Rebecca
Fourth Grade: Edge, Reise
/ Hansford, Rebekah / Hudson,
Brandon / Hudson, Kayleigh /


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Lundy, Cory / Pool, Zachery /
Pursley, Brandon / Snow, Sarah /
Steele, Dakota / Wright, Benjamin
Fifth Grade: Edge, Reise /
Hansford, Rebekah / Hudson,
Brandon / Hudson, Kayleigh
/ Lundy, Cory / Pool, Zachery
/ Pursley, Brandon / Snow,
Sarah / Steele, Dakota / Wright,
Benjamin "
Sixth Grade: Barlow, Clay /
Fickett, Jessica / Gunter, Claire /
Naemeka, Keisha / Rilee, Danielle
/ Talaric, Chloe / Williams, Jesse
Seventh Grade: Bailey,
Nicole '/ Barrow, Simon / Carr,
Alex / Clark, Caitlin / Goodwin,
Ashley / Hammonds, Sabrina /
Hand, Robert / Harrison, Grant
/ Kendrick, Christina / Lewellyn,
Matthew / Lewis, Jacob / McLeod,
Ashley / Morgan, Stephen /
Purvines, Samantha / Stewart,
Heath / Trunk, Kasey
Eighth Grade: Bridges, Seth
/ Goodwin, Maegan / Harrison,
Kasey / King, Chance / Stanley,
Andrew / Zessin, Tyler
Ninth Grade: Cunningham,
Matthew / Gartman, Jessica /
McLeod, Stacey / Morgan, Caitlin
/ Morris, Tuyen
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/ Kopacz, Malissa / Majors,
Jonathan / Morgan, Cody /
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ricultural Sciences (UF/
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July 18. There is a chargee ot $I100 for the cour-e.
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not be able to complete
the course requirements,"
said Larry Williams, UF/
IFAS extension agent.
"The course is designed
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Master Gardener train-
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"Volunteer activities al-
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liams said.
For instance, master
gardeners answer calls in
the extension office from
other gardeners wanting


landscape or garden infor-
mation.
"The volunteers learn
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rect answers to these
questions," Williams said.
"This is a great way to
sharpen garden problem-
solving skills and it's a tre-
mendous public service."
Master gardeners also
help maintain a teaching
landscape at the Extension
office .in Crestview and
help with other special
projects, such as speaking
to groups or giving techni-
cal advice to teachers with
garden projects at their
schools.
They also create, install
and staff educational ex-
hibits at local events. Mas-
ter gardeners may return
some of their volunteer
time by working in plant
clinics, assisting the 4-H
youth program, or taking
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2gQQ


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Students prepare to race the battlebots they created
during summer science camp at Antioch Elementary
School. At left, Steven Harringon's battlebot took first
place. At right, Maya Schultz, Jace Parker and Tate
Tolbert compete.


A Honor Roll
First Grade: Hayley Allen,
Autumn Archer, Connor Arnold,
Colton Barrow, Cameron Benoit,
Lathem Brown, Chase Brunson,
Kristina Burk, Kelsea Byrom,
Brooke Clifton, Sarah Colonna,
Railey Conner, Michaela Franklin,
Destiny Hawthorne, Haylee
Gibbs, Rylee Gibbs, Zoe Gray,
Julya Helton, Caleb Howze,
Bradley Inscore, Kaylyn Kauss,
Grace Keefe, Cash Kelley,
Mariah Lawhon, Lily Lewis, Gina
Mayhew, Tucker McDonald, Kylie
Measel, Madison Moseley, Emily
Murphy, Emily Norman, Jillian
Parker, Trentin Rathel, Kolby
Roy, Aiyjanae Simmons, Lindsey
Stewart, Woody Williamson.
Second Grade: Jessica
Black, Samantha Carver,
Zachary Denton, Isabelle Devoid,
Emmy Fountain, Addison
Gilson, Jacob Kitchen, Cheslee
Mathis, Courtney O'Brien,
Dalton Richards, Lindsey Sapp,
Noah Shaw, Brett Walker, Dalton
Weeks, Kayla Wolf.
Third Grade: Jerrica Barton,
Emily Chernishov, Caitlin
Cimino, Hannah Cox, Autumn
Eldridge, Kacie Errington,
Alaina Fisher, Matthew Fowler,
Jordan Gatewood, Morgan
Griffitts, Alex Hayden, Madison
Hohider, Alexis Lehnert,
Bethany McCranie, Parris Miller,
Allison O'Brien, Taylor Oglesby,
Bianca Peters, Zane Prestwood,
Logan Rickmon, Jodie Welch,
Shiana Youngblood.
Fourth Grade: Ashley
Black, Brittany Brunson, Hunter


Carnley, Sabrina Corbin, Austin
Davis, Alex Devoid, Tabitha
Shultz, Elizabeth Swanner,
Victoria Swanner, Jaclyn Tipton.
Fifth Grade: Tyler Armstrong,
Rachel Carver, Haliegh
Castonquay, Alante Coleman,
Tatum Edge, Seth Forehand,
Jonathan Gatewood, Ben
Gutierrez, Autumn Herndon,
Destinee Holt, Hannah Lindsay,
Ashley Martin, Christina Morgan,
Brittany Motley, Maryjel Quizon,
Sabrina Seymour, Jordan Smith,
Zade Thompson, Brittany
Weeks.
Sixth Grade: Eileen Brown,
Brandon Engler, Melissa Heller,
Paige Miller, Katie Rispone, Julia
Robertson, Alexandria Roy,
Holly Tew, Hana Wadsworth.
Seventh Grade: Adam
Crowson, Lindsay Gatewood,
Rage Lafata, Alicia Morris,
Meagan Pittman, Justin Smart,
Dylan Wadsworth, Haley
Wagner, Katelyn Wickery.
Eighth Grade: Rebecca
Davis, Paige Drury, Mariah Hills,
Morgan Jones.
Ninth Grade: Leanna
Adams, Jacob Allen, Jarrod
Batson, Paige Dabney, Michael
Dingess, Travis Forrester, Alecia
Springle.
Tenth Grade: Lauren Griffith,
Colten Jernigan, Rebecka
Smith.
Eleventh Grade: Keeley
Foley, Bethany Miesch, Ariel
Murph, Rachel Williamson.
Twelfth Grade: Daniel Cain,
Payge Lawhorn.


A-B Honor Roll
First Grade: Alexis Baggett,
Kentrell Balthazar, Keith Brace,
Alexandra Butler, Tristen
Colley, Andrew Corbin, Hunter
Courtney, Logan Dorantes,
Connor Dupree, McKinley
Gordon, Hannah Greenfield,
Elijah Griffin, Bryan Holley, Laci
Howard, Kameron Jones, James
Lance, Zack Livingston, Jenna
Longfellow, John Mateleska,
Madison Nichols, Holly Nixon,
Katie Patterson, Liam Price,
Bradley Ragle, Kelsey Reiling,
Payton Rockwell, Jake Sloan,
Haley Thompson, Haven Wagg,
Samantha Williamson.
Second Grade: Johnathan
Adams, Makenzi Adams,
Ivee Allen, Kristen Allen, Jax
Anderson, Megan Ayala,
Ashlyn Broxson, Erika Caro,
Bobbie Castleberry, Zachery
Childs, Kaylee Dean, Jackson
Duren, Caleb Eldridge, Colton
Farris, Ryker Gilmore, Gabby
Goetzke, Nattalie Goetzke,
Hannah Hancock, Connor Hight,
Johnathon Hubbard, Skylar
Kauffman, Shawna Lake, Abigail
Mainor, Logan McMahon, Kelly
McMaster, Askani McQueen,
Markos Mitchell, Drake Nelson,
Hunter Polhlopek, Makina Potter,
Taylor Price, Jon Sackrider,
Sandra Stainback, Kayleigh
Taylor, Amanda Teichner, Wade
Walker.
Third Grade: Tressie Adams,
Devon Cassidy, M.E. Cates,
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EDUCATION


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Students have a

blast at Antioch

science camp
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Parker Allen is much
like any other 10-year-old
summer camper.
He gets up bright and
-early, tackles his projects
with wide-eyed enthu-
siasm, takes a break for
lunch, and then is back at
the fun and games.
I Parker and his 14 fel-
low campers haven't
made a single popsicle
stick bird cage, gone on a
hike through the woods,
'gotten bit by bugs, nor
fallen out of a canoe.
This week, though,
they are building and
1 unching rockets.
'"The rising fourth- and
fifth-graders are enjoying
.their camp in the air-con-
ditioned comfort of Anti-
bch Elementary School's
sciencee lab.
The kids are into their
second week of Antioch's
two-week science camp.
'Fifth-grade science
teacher Christy Brackett
aid gifted/hands-on sci-
ence teacher Laura Pink
instruct Antioch's very
hAfids-on program.
"The first week covered
robotics.
"They've been using a
l6t of hands-on activities
like the 'battlebots' they
built. It's doing science
instead of just learning
about it," Brackett said.
s',"It's kind of a neat
thing," she added. "They
are at school for a full sev-
en hours but they're hav-
"irg fun the whole time."
Students don't earn
school credit and are not
graded on their projects.
They get to take their
work home and earn priz-
es for their projects.
"They've already taken
home mega sound boards
aid all sorts of flying
thing,.,". smiled Braekett.
She said the students
have really been getting
into hands-on science.
"One mother told me,
'Every time he comes
hiome he's talking about
3his and about that. I hate
sciencee and I have to lis-
ten to it for two hours!'"
-Brackett said with a grin.
Increasing science
grades is a major focus
for county school super-
intendent Dr. Alexis Tib-
bets.
S"It's critical that we
hook kids into science at a
young age," Tibbets said.
Thursday morning,
Pafker was getting ready
to prove the might of his
battlebot, "The Peacock of
Death." Friday the vehicle
entered the arena against
the other battlebots.
"First we're going to
have a race, then we're
going to battle them,"
S Parker explained. "We're
going to have a big arena,
and whoever gets pushed.
out of the circle, or if you
get a piece knocked off,
you lose. It's going to be
an elimination."
The Peacock of Death,
like the other battlebots
was made out of K'NEX
construction units and
was powered by a small,
battery-operated motor.
Parker's creation sported
a fancy tail fan, hence its
"peacock" name.
The robot race was won
by Steven Harrington's
"Rocrot." Victory in the
battle of the robots went
to Christian Young, whose


"The Destroyer" eliminat-
ed the other vehicles.
"This week they're do-
ing a rocket unit," Brack-
ett said. "They'll be build-
ing and launching rockets
all week and making their
own rocket launchers."
Parker is really looking
forward to that, he said.

See video of the science
campers preparing their
battlebots for Friday's com-
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. 2008








Here is a sampling, of what people had to say
about recent north Okaloosa County news
topics. Comments were collected from the
Crestview News Bulletin Web site.

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin exam-
ines motorcycle safety after recent trag-
edies involving local riders.
The article about "SAFETY on two
wheels" is very concerning to me. I do agree
more and more people are during to motor-
cycles these days because of gas price-. but
what 1 do not agree with is that our CPD
has, to me, blamed people who dri\e ve-
hicles for most of our motorcycle accidents.,
It is up to the rider of the motorcycle to be
just as responsible on the road as people
behind a steering wheel. After the law was
passed that you did not have to w ear a
helmet on Nour bike if y-ou did not want to
is when you saw our motorcycle accidents
rise. If you do not wear a helmet of course
you have a higher chance of dying in an
accident than someone who chose to w ear
their helmet. Also, we have many young
people, "mostly guys," who get these bikes
and are vern, very careless on them as itf
trying to show off or something. but really
threatening their own lives or others. So I
just wanted to make it clear that it is not
only people who drive vehicles' responsibld-
ity but also those who choose to ride.

Topic: "Mystery caller" offers God's
blessings to names in the local phone
book.
Thank you so much for wanting this story.
I always wondered who she was and what
got her started. She does have such a sweet
voice. I am a Christian. thanks for calling!

I feel that it's an invasion of my privacy.
Just because my phone number is lbted
in the phone book doesn't mean that I've
signed up to be harassed by anyone that has
a cause.

Topic: Weekly "Sign of Faith" posted on
Sunday at www.crestviewbulletin.com.
Could this newspaper's religious bias be
any more evident? Since when did church
signs and printed sermons become news?

I agree with the message I A smile looks
good on everyone'). I just wish everyone
would encourage those smiles instead of
putting people down or spouting how supe-
rior thetr 'way' is.

Topic: Holt actress shines in production
of "Gypsy."
I saw the show last night and agree with
everything your writer said. It is truly a
great show. We are lucky to have such tal-
ent in our area. If only we could see more
shows like this locally!

lViii to add to the Hubbub? Send uomu
thoughts oii anv iIorthl Okaloosdi Count1 ne'ws5
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Profundity
Brian Hughes

Compiled by
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"The great thing about being
the onhl/ species that lakes a
distinction between right aind
wrong is that we can make up the
rules for ourselves as we go along."
DOUGLAS ADAMS
(1952-2001)
Last Chance to See
English author and humorist


PASSING Statement of support


SHOTS for FAMU campus needed
Kyle Wright


It should be the first item
on the "New Business"
agenda at the next Crestview
City Council meeting.
The council should adopt
a general statement express-
ing support and thanks for
the idea of a Florida A&M
University pharmacy school
in Crestview.
Nothing binding. If for
whatever reason the details
in the final plans can't be
worked out, so be it. Just
let the public and FAMU
officials know the idea of a
pharmacy school in Crest-
view is appreciated.
The public at least the
city council-attending public
- needs reassurance its rep-
resentatives favor the gen-
eral idea of a FAMU campus
in downtown Crestview.
It's instructive the biggest
applause during Monday's
council meeting was not for
the council or even for State
Sen. Durell Peaden, who is


The public at least the city coundl-attending
public needs reassurance its representatives
favor the general idea of a FAMU campus in
downtown Crestview.


credited with pulling the
legislative strings to secure
funding for the project.
The cheers were for a lo-
cal attorney who scolded
the council for talking about
wanting questions about the
project answered, but then
failing to ask questions of
Peaden during his appear-
ance.
One council member re-
sponded by saying the coun-
cil had to follow a certain
process. Another said the
council simply had to do its
due diligence.
They both were right, by
the way.
However, the art of poli-
tics requires more than just
being right. It requires being


right, and also convincing at
least 51 percent of the public
that you are right.
The latter isn't happening.
At least not in the eyes of the
public that attends council
meetings.
A perception exists that
some members of the council
have been hostile to FAMU
officials and to Peaden dur-
ing their appearances at
recent council meetings.
Therefore, goes the percep-
tion, some council members
must not want a pharmacy
school in Crestview.
(That's the percep-
tion. Don't take it person-
ally, council members. I've
learned more than a few
people have the same per-


ception about the News Bul-
letin).
The take here: So'me
council members simply
have questions they want
answered most of them
reasonable questions, by the
way before supporting a
specific plan.
The answers can come
later. The final decisions can
come later.
In the meantime, get the
conversations going on a
positive note with a general
statement of support for the
idea of a FAMU campus in,
Crestview.
Next meeting. First itenim",2
on the agenda.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
his "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com to vote
on the "Seven Wonders of
Crestview."


Former sports editor remembers daughter


Over a period of four years
I wrote 150 or so Gatordawg
articles in the Crestview
News Bulletin. This one
is the toughest I've writ-
ten. One year ago today, on
July 16, 2007 our youngest
daughter, Whitney Megan,
died from injuries suffered
in a traffic accident. She was
living her dream, playing
college softball and had the
world on a string. My family
has lost a daughter, sister and
friend. All my girls, Heather,
Jessica and Holly; my son
Alan and my wife Marge
wanted to share a little mem-
ory about Whitney Megan.
We thank all of you who have
been kind enough to reach out
and help from the bottom of
our hearts. God Bless Greg

As Whitney's mother I
would like to share some
of Whitney's thoughts on
God, her family and her
attitude on life. These are
some quotes from Whitney.
I am so blessed she kept
a few journals; they are
priceless to us and leave us
with wonderful memories.
On God: Whitney's list
of things she was fasting
for seven years ago:
"I want to have a better
relationship with God
1. "I want God to show
me things"
2. "I want to become
more spiritual"
3. "For God to give me
a want and a need to be
more like Him.
4. To see God!!!! (Whit-
ney wrote this in June of
2000. Seven years later she
is with God)
On Family: On Dec. 29,
1999 Whitney had made a
list of resolutions for the
coming new year. One of
them "was to be kind and
sweet to my sisters' and
brother" Whitney loved


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her family with all her
heart. She talked about her
grandparents, her aunts,
her uncles, her cousins and
all her friends in a loving
way. Whitney had a page
in her journal about both
her father and I. It's too
long to add. In one of her
journals when she was 9
she wrote that she wanted
"to be a singer for Christ
or a football player or a
gymnast." Whitney was
the baby of our family un-
til she was 6, and we were
all blessed with a baby
boy, Alan. Whitney was
not sure how she felt about
the new baby at first, but at
the age of 9 she shared her
feelings about him, "He's
my favorite brother my
only brother"; "My brother
is very sweet in the heart";
Deep down I know he
loves me"; and "My broth-
er is really a funny person .
come to think of it."
On Life: Shortly after
Whitney's death I was feel-
ing very sad and thinking
about having a pity party
for myself. I decided to go
through some of Whitney's
things and while doing
so I found one of her col-
lege papers. As I began
to read it my eyes where
filled with tears, but my
heart began to change
about feeling sorry for
myself. Here is what Whit-
ney had written on her
paper: "In life, there some
things we cannot control.
For example, getting sick,
losing a friend or family


member and so on. How-
ever, just because these
things happen doesn't
mean we should be miser-
able, and soak in our own
self-pity. If you just make
the best of every situation
and have a good attitude
through it all, you can live
a happy productive life."
That encouraged me not
to feel sorry for myself but
to take Whitney's advice
and words of wisdom, the
strength from God and
love and support from my
family and friends and live
a happy and productive
life, knowing that one day,
I will hold my daughter in
my arms again at the feet
of our Lord and Savior.
It has now been a year
since the loss of Whitney.
This is in loving memory
of her life.
-i
From Heather:
Whitney -
I miss you. I have our
memories. I miss the rela-
tionship we would have
had as we grew older
and wiser. "How can you
miss something you never
had?" I can because you
were like me in many
ways, and I can envision
what might have been.
Thank you for our last
weekend together it was
cool, you were sweet! The
hardest part of all of this is
that I cannot change it or
make it different that is
a hard pill for me to swal-
low. I know this is tempo-
rary and I look forward to
the day we are all together.
Until we meet again I
love you. Heather

From Jessica:
"When you are sor-
rowful look again in your
heart and you shall see
that in truth you are weep-


ing for that which has been
your delight." Kahlil 7
Gibran

From Holly:
I cannot believe that has";
been a whole year since
Whitney has left us. It's
amazing how the world
does not stop just because.
yours does. I think of
Whitney constantly.,Ev-
erything reminds me of
her and the time that we
shared together. For 19
years she was by my side,,. '.
doing almost everything I.:
did. I have so many won-.,;
derful memories with her,.Z
and I know that no one caX'
ever take that away from '
me. If one memory sticks"*
out more than another it.
would have to be the time
that I got to spend with heii
while we lived together
and played softball in,
Andalusia. It was such an
awesome experience. Lots
of things made it memora-"',
ble: our funny little apart-
ment, playing darts and '
cards at Jenny's, our car
rides home to Crestview .
for the weekend and the
conversations we had with?
our teammates on the bus
ride home from games. I .
could go on and on about
the things we did together,'
but there is just too much "
to list. Those were some of :
the last memories I have
with my sister, and I am
grateful for that time I
shared with her. I under-
stand that time will go on
and the years will pass by,
but the thing that keeps
me going is that I will see
my best friend again some.
day...

Whitney's grandmothers'
both agree that she brought
great joy and happiness into
their lives and they miss her.


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Crestview Police
Dept. crime reports
MAUGE JENKINS, 37, of
402 E. Bowers Ave., Crestview,
was charged with the sale of co-
caine.
5/30: NATHAN OSCAR
EDGE, 36, of 158 Cross Drive,
Crestview,w as charged with bur-
glary with battery.
6/8: HERMAN JASON NEW-
TON, 30, of 603 Panama Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery and crimi-
nal mischief. Richard Douglas
Wright, 55, was charged with re-
tail theft.
6/15: TAYLOR DANIEL
FUREIGH, 18, of 5260 Mare Creek
Dr., Crestview, was charged with
reckless driving. VICTOR JO-
SEPH LAROCCA, 42, of 1212
Hampton Drive, Crestview, was
charged with battery/domestic
violence.
6/17: JESSICA L. SAVOIE, 25,
of 998 Kelvin Court, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, first offense
and possession or use of nar-
cotic equipment. MATTHEW


GARRETT HERRERA, 18, was
charged with unarmed burglary
to a swelling without a person in-
side and petit theft.
6/19: JAMES DANIEL WAT-
SON, 24, of 811 E. Edney Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of marijuana (more than
20 grams).
6/20: DERRICK LAMONT
NEWMAN, 35, of 208 E. First
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with larceny theft totaling $300
or more; forgery (forging a check),
and uttering a forged check.
6/21: CALEB NATHANIEL
WARD, 23, of 3008 Airport Road,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled substance
(Alprazolam) and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
6/22: DENNIS RICHARD
BROOKS, 41, of Cabana Way,
Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence of al-
cohol or drugs. JESSICA JEAN
MEIER, 20, of 5834 J.I. Trail, Crest-
view, was charged with driving
with a nonresident expired reg-
istration plate. ELIZABETH
MICHELLE HALLFORD, 23, of
4235 Harielson Road, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, first offense.
6/23: DAVID DEWAYNE
Cottrell, 34, of Crestview was
charged with domestic battery
by strangulation. ROBERT BU-
REN CHAPMAN, 29, OF 524 E.
Robinson Ave., Crestview, was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
KELVIN D. WHITE, 23, of 301
Springwood Circle, Crestview,
was charged with battery/touch
or strike (domestic violence).
6/25: ALLEN LAMAR SIM-
MONS, 24, of 248 N. Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with battery/
touch or strike. Xuan Co Tran,
19, of 123 Steeplechase Drive,
Crestview, was charged with do-
mestic violence battery causing
bodily harm.
6/26: ZACCHARY ALAN
ADER, 19, of 740 Dixie St., Crest-
view, was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana, and possession
of drug paraphernalia. LAW-
RENCE HAMILTON SYKES
1I, 19, of 4440 Tick Haven Lane,
Crestview, was charged with pos-


session of marijuana (less than 20
grams) and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Timothy Joe
Morgan, 39, of 501 E. Brock Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
lewd and lascivious battery.
6/28: GUILLEREMO MOTA
GONZALEZ, 22, of Destin was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
* KENNETH M. EMMONS, 39,
of 5770 Griffith Mill Road, Baker,
was charged with possession
of methamphetamine and drug
paraphernalia. JOHNNY R.
PETERS JR., 18, of 127 John King
Road, Crestview, was charged
with trespassing after warn-
ing and resisting arrest without
violence. MARK DOUGLAS
WINN, 40, of 227 Kennedy Drive,
Crestview, was charged with bat-
tery (domestic violence and ag-
gravated assault with a deadly
weapon.
6/29: JUSTIN LLOYD ENG-
LISH, 19, of 2226 Titanium Drive,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of alcohol by a person un-
der 21 years old.
7/2: BOBBY GENE DEAN II,
25, of 626 Lloyd St., Fort Walton
Beach, was charged with two
counts of possession of parapher-
nalia. AARON A. MCQUEEN,
29 875 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with tres-
passing in public housing.
7/3: ALFONSO L. CAMEY,
18, of 111 Southwest St., Pensa-


cola, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid
license.
7/4: WILFREDO AROLDO
AGUILAR-BAMACA, 26, of
108 Oak St., Lockport, La., was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license. *
CHRISTOPHER L. MATTHEWS,
37, of 608 Hill Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
habitual offender. CLIFFTON
LOUIE BUSBEE, 39, of 5423 U.S.
Highway 4, Baker, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, first offense.
* TERRANCE BERNALE MC-
MILLAN, 19, of 1845 Dreaden
Circle, Baker, was charged with
possession of marijuana, less than
20 grams. *
7/5: MATTHEW RYAN LAM-
BERT, 20, of 27 Cape Drive, Apt.
a, Fort Walton Beach, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs. DEUNDRA
CONSTAI FREDERICK, 31, of
898 McClelland St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, habitual of-
fender. RENE ROSADO, 52,
of 137 Georgia St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
first offense. EVON PRIDE, 50,
of 708 Oaklawn St., Fort Walton
Beach, was charged with driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked.


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trainee Heather Bolton
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Evening soccer
camp at park
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department will
be conducting an evening
soccer camp July 28 to Aug.
1 at Twin Hill: Park.
The camp is open for
children ages 4-14. It will be
led by veteran coach James
McDermott.
Coat of the camp is $20.
Pre-registration by July 24 is
required.
Campers should bring
their own soccer ball.

BAYA football
and cheer camp
Baker Area Youth
Association football
and cheerleading camp
starts July 28 at 6 p.m.
at the Baker Area Youth
Association facility at 1420
Charlie Day Road in Baker.
The camp is Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday. Camp is for ages
6-12. Camp cost is $7.
Youths also can sign up for
the 2008 football and cheer
seasons at the BAYA. Cost
for the season is $85.

Foxwood Florida
Lowball tourney
A Florida Lowball tour-
nament will be held Aug. 1
at Foxwood Country Club.
Registration is at 11 a.m.
The tournament tees of at
noon. Cost is $45 ($30 for
Foxwood members). Lunch
isincluded. Door prizes will
be awarded. Four-person
teams. Pre-register at
Richbourg Middle School.
For details, call 689-7229.

Crestview Lions
golf tournament
The Crestview Lions Club
Charity Golf Tournament
is July 26 at Foxwood
Country Club. Proceeds will
help local residents receive
needed eyeglasses and eye
examinations. Cost is $50
($40 for Foxwood members).
Registration is at 7:30 a.m.
Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Lunch provided by Uncle
Bill's Family Restaurant. Hole
sponsorships are available.
Format is four-person Florida
Lowball. For details about
the tournament or about the
Crestview Lions Club, call
682-2012.

Baker JV
Players grades 7-9 in-
terested in playing on the
Baker junior varsity football
team are encouraged to join
the Gators in their morning
workouts.
Workouts are from 7:30
a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Baker
School.
For more information
contact head football coach
Bob Kellogg at the Baker
field house.

CAYA football
and cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration will
continue each Saturday until
all divisions are filled.
Registration will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon at the
CHS football field house. For
information call 398-8409 or
e-mail: ContactCAYA@gmail.
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Baseball tryouts
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 12U baseball
team will hold tryouts July
26 at the Baker Area Youth
Association complex. Youths
who do not turn 12 until May
1, 2009, are eligible. For de-
tails, call (850) 902-6237 or
visit nwfheavyhittaz.wetpaint.
com.


Randy Beard / Crestview News Bulletin
Cars head into a turn during a recent night of racing at Northwest Florida Speedway.


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


SPEEDWAY 2008 SCHEDULE
July 25 Races start at 8 p.rn Crate
Late r.lodel., Bornmbers Hc.lb,, Street
Stock. Stinrgers IMCA. UMPI
Aug. 22 Races start at S p Irn
Sept. 5 Races start at 8 p m.
Oct 2 Races start at 7 p rn
Nov. 6 Races start at 7 p rn
Schedule subject to change-. visit
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dates Tne track is Ic:',ated on State Road
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ThIe track is open this weekend for Test
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NHRA Bracket Races on Saturd-a,y.
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BLACKMAN It's a fit as
natural as engines and motor oil.
Devin Jones deals with dirt as
owner of Northwest Florida Land
Clearing.
Jones also loves auto racing.
He mixed business and plea-
sure when he acquired the former
Blackman Speedway in February.
Jones rechristened the facil-
ity Northwest Florida Speedway.
The dirt track enjoyed a success-
ful 2008 debut June 27.
Jones plans to make the facility
bigger and better by 2009.
"I hope people will come out,"
he said. "We've made a lot of
changes. Everyone who has been
there has said nothing but 100
percent satisfaction."
Jones started racing super late
models three years ago. He took
an interest in the Blackman facili-
ty so he could have his own place
to test and tune.
Jones' group already'has up-
graded the grandstands and con-
cession stands. He said the initial
2008 event drew a standing room-
only crowd.
The Northwest Florida Speed-
way has gone through many op-


erators over the years, but Jones
said he has a plan to bring stable
leadership to the facility.
"Good food, good entertain-
ment and good money is the key
to getting race car drivers," he
said. "I hope by increasing the
size of the facility and upgrading
the facility and putting in good
money, that will bring in drivers.
"Also, I am in the dirt busi-
ness, so I know how to prepare
the clay. Every racer there will tell
you we've got the best clay there
is in the whole Southeast."
The track tentatively is sched-
uled to host at least five more race
nights in 2008, including the next
event July 25.
Jones also plans to conduct a
charity race in November to raise
money for children's hospitals.
He plans to make the track
wider and longer during the off-
season.
Jones has just one "complaint"
about his new role.
"I can't drive in the races," he
said. "I would win, and then ev-
eryone would get mad."

Have you visited the renamed,
revamped Northwest Florida Speed-
way? Share your thoughts on the fa-
cility at crestviewbulletin.com.


Special to the
News Bulletin
Cody Barnhill of Baker
made his dream come
true.
The 11-year-old dirt bike
racer has qualified for the
largest amateur motocross
race in the world, the 27th
Air Nautiques/AMA Am-
ateur National Motocross
Championships at Loretta
Lynn's Ranch in Hurricane
Mills, Tenn.
The competition starts
July 28.
Barnhill took on more
20,000 hopefuls from
across the nation to earn
one of 1,386 qualifying po-
sitions.
"The Amateur Nation-
als at Loretta Lynn's is the
event every motocross rac-
er in the country wants to
compete in," event direc-
tor Tim Cotter said. "A win
at the Amateur Nationals
can serve as a springboard
to a lucrative professional
motocross career."
Most of America's top
professional motocross
racers have won AMA Am-
ateur National Champion-
ships at Loretta Lynn's.
The race is so prestigious
that three teenage stars,
were awarded six-figure


Special to the News Bulletin
Cody Barnhill of Baker is headed to the Loretta Lynn nationals later this month.


pro contracts after the
race last year.
Cody, who attends
Southside Elementary
School, has been riding
since he was seven.
Cody will make the
long journey to Tennessee
along with his parents,
family and friends. Spon-
sors such as his parents
and grandparents help
pay Cody's way to the
races.
The top finishers in


area and regional qualifi-
ers earned berths into the
national championship
race at Loretta Lynn's.
Racers may enter a wide
variety of classes, from
minicycle classes for chil-
dren as young as 4 all the
way up to a Senior divi-
sion for riders over 45.
There are also classes for
women, and classes for
both stock and modified
bikes.
The track is built on a


section of Loretta Lynn's
Ranch and Campground
in Hurricane Mills. The
course contains a variety
of jumps, corners and
other obstacles designed
to test the skills and stam-
ina of the racers.
The ranch also pro-
vides family-friendly fa-
cilities including a game
room, swimming pools,
arts and crafts activities,
and a fashion and talent
show.


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Randy Dickson / News Bulletin
Jeff Marks prepares to hit a
shot from the short rough.


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GOLF TIPS

from the pro

This shot doesn't
have to be rough

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
Every golfer has been there
- the rough. Fortunately for
weekend hackers, most public
courses keep
; -.*^ the rough at
a reasonable
height; not the
four-inch-high
stuff the pros
often play
In this
week's Golf
Jeff Tips from the
Marks Pro, Heritage
Plantation
PGA teaching pro Jeff Marks
talks about the easiest way to
get out of the rough.
A typical rough is fair. We
don't want to make it like the

inches or five inches, but it's a
challenge.
What you are looking at is
about two-and-a-half inches,
which is fairly challenging
around the greens.
The biggest problem is
people try to help the ball out
of the rough and lift the ball.
The golf club actually is de-
signed to dig.
What we need to do is
set up properly and what
that means is a pretty narrow
stance. A narrow stance pro-
motes hitting down on the golf
ball as opposed to being
wide, which most people do.
When you get wide it's easy to
scoop, and we avoid that.
We are going to get nar-
row, I'm going to open my
stance a little bit left of my
target, and that will promote
the ball going straighter rather
than squirting out when I hit
down. I'm going to set my
weight a little bit into my left
knee (right knee for lefties);
about 75 percent. My hands
are going to be in front.
Now I'm in a position
with the club leaning and my
weight forward to strike down
on the golf ball. That will pop it
out of the rough every time.
It's a feel shot. We don't
need a lot of force to get it
out. The whole key is to keep
your hands in front and hit
down on the ball.
If the ball is sitting up you
want to play it in the middle of
your feet and play it cleaner
(about like you would a normal
fairway shot).
The whole key is just to
remember to have your hand
lead a little bit and feel like it
is hitting downward. As long .
as your lead hand is working
downward I can accelerate
through the rough and get the
ball to pop out every time.
If you have a question
for Heritage Plantation PGA
teaching pro Jeff Marks
please e-mail it to News
Bulletin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@ciest-
viewbulletin.com, or mail it
to Randy Dickson, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview
32536. Please slug e-mail
"Golf question." Watch
video versions of these tips
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008


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winners won't be


......at the British Open


Baker 1OU team finishes fourth in state


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Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

In recent weeks veteran
PGA golf pro Kenny Perry
surprised the world by
winning three times and
all but wrapping up a
place on this year's Ryder
Cup team that will play
Sept. 16-21 in his home
state of Kentucky.
Most golf fans are fasci-
nated by Tiger Woods or
Phil Mickelson, the top
two players on the tour. Yet
Perry has more wins this
summer than the Big Two
combined and is playing
as well as anyone in golf.
I'm not a big golf fan.
I'll watch some tourna-
ments on television when
Tiger or Phil are hot. I'm
the kind of fan that fol-
lows.the tournament in the
fourth round just in case
something usual happens.
Some people might say
Perry \\inning three times
this \ear qualifies as being
unusual.
It's hard for me not to
like Perry.

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For one thing, he's just
a few weeks shy of his :
48th birthday and is one of
the elder statesmen on the
PGA Tour.
I also like him because
he seems to be a man of
principle who sticks to
his decisions and commit-
ments even when circum-
stances change.
With his recent success
in winning the Memorial
Tournament, the Buick
Open and the John Deere
Classic, Perry easily could
have used that as an ex-
cuse to head for the British
Open. Instead he's staying
home and playing in the
Milwaukee Open, just as
he promised before his re-
cent hot streak.
I don't care about the.
Milwaukee Open, but the
sponsors of the tourna-
ment probably are lick-
ing their chops with the
thought of one of the hot-
test players on tour staying
home to play their event.
Most players have their
sights set on winning a
major. Perry kept his focus
on playing well enough
to make the Ryder Cup
team, with hopes of giving
a little something back to
has native Kentucky while
representing the United
States.
Speaking of commit-
ments, when Perry was a
struggling young golfer
trying to earn his tour card,
a benefactor fronted him
$5,000 to attend Qualifying
School.
After earning his card,
Perry and his benefactor
reached an agreement
that has benefited count-
less young people. Rather
than repay his benefactor,
Perry agreed to donate five
percent of all his earnings
to the benefactor's alma
mater.
Perry now has won
more than $25 million arid
contributed more than $1
million to the school. He:
continues to honor that :
agreement by sponsoring
scholarships for young
people from his home
county in Kentucky.
Perry has never won 4
major, but he's been a m4-
jor difference-maker in the
lives of numerous young
people. It makes me think
about what is most impo-
tant raising a trophy to
show for your greatest vic-
tories, or making a differ-
ence in the lives of others?
I stumbled across the :
information about Perry;
and his scholarship fund;
I know there are other
stories on the PGA Tour of
pros reaching out to kids
and giving back to their
communities.
I applaud Perry and
those like him who go
about making a difference.
It's just hard for me not
to like Kenny Perry. The
next time he's locked up in
a battle with one of the top
guns on the tour, you can
bet I'll be pulling for him.

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for his 2008 scheduling and
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Summer fun on the diamond


Above, coach Tim Gillis
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at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Council Chamber
at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City
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RANGE 23 WEST, ALONG OLD BETHEL ROAD. THE PARCELS
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North Wilson Street, City of Crestview, Florida. It is available
for inspection by the general public. Any interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed development.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for
in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the City
Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the
meeting to make appropriate arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing such person will need a record of the proceedings
and for such purpose, such person may need to insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal
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Red Cross director outlines contributions to military


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
Military Affairs Commit-
tee met July 8 at Ryan's
Steak House.
Incoming MAC presi-
dent Betsy Miller intro-
duced guest speaker Sheri
Frost, executive director of
the American Red Cross of
Northwest Florida.
The popular 1940s im-
:age of a lady wearing a
"crisp white apron embla-
zoned with the Red Cross
logo and handing out hot
coffee and donuts may still
exist, but this is far from
the role the American Red
Cross plays in today's so-


city.
"Our job
S. goes far be-
yond that,"
1 -- / said Frost.
The
American
Red Cross
Sheri has three
Frost constitu-
tionally re-
quired missions: disaster
preparedness and relief,
service to the armed forces
and international services.
Those services are further
broken down into sepa-
rate categories.
Frost said the American
Red Cross has been in con-
tinual operation for well
over 100 years. A great
part of its responsibility


is to the armed forces and
their families. The Ameri-
can Red Cross operates
under congressional char-
ter, meaning it is answer-
able to the Congress of the
United States, but receives
no funding from the fed-
eral government. Every
penny the Red Cross takes
in comes directly through
grants, drives, and dona-
tions. That also includes
food, clothing, shelter,
medicine and potable wa-
ter.
"Our motto is to know
us before you need us,"
Frost said.
She went on to explain
how the American Red
Cross operates in today's
highly sophisticated and


often volatile world.
The American Red
Cross has field represen-
tatives embedded with
American forces wher-
ever they are, including
current battlefields. They
are alongside the soldiers,
sailors and airmen and
wear the same body ar-
mor.
"Except in our case, we
have to furnish the body
armor, not the military,"
Frost said.
"The reason these folks
are embedded is simple,
it is for speed. Nothing is
more important to a fami-
ly than news coming from
home or going to home
from those in the battle-
field, and if there is a gen-


uine, verifiable emergency
our agents are able to deal
with it there and then. We
help the soldier or sailor
stay in touch with loved
ones 24 hours a day, 365
days a year."
Frost said the Ameri-
can Red Cross processes
about 100,000 emergency
messages a day to armed
forces scattered around
the world.
The Red Cross offers
many other services, in-
cluding emergency leave
requests, leave extensions,
and financial assistance
for such things as burial,
travel, urgent health and
welfare issues. The Red
Cross provides assistance
with deferments, compas-


sionate reassignments and
dependency discharges.
It also represents veter-
ans seeking compensation
and volunteer services at
VA medical centers.
And much, much
more.
"Are we perfect? No,
but we do a better than
average job, and for the
most part every Red
Cross person you see is
a volunteer," Frost said.
"That is what makes this
organization so unique.
It is by far the largest vol-
unteer organization in the
country, and most of them
are local volunteers. For
that reason, we can have
someone respond to your
needs immediately:"


Area airman assists in space missions


Michael Tolzmann
Army & Air Force Hometown
News Service

VANDENBERG AIR
FORCE BASE, Calif. It
was 50 years ago this year
when rocket scientists and
airmen gath-
ered here at
this rugged
coastal base
with nothing L
more than .
chalkboard
theory and .
*test fired a
missile ca- Shaun
pable of Cooper
dropping a
nuclear bomb on an enemy
located thousands of miles
away.
The successful test put
the Soviets on notice and
spawned an Air Force space
program.
Air Force Staff Sgt.
Shaun E. Cooper, son of
Edward and Karen Cooper
of Baker, is a member of a
now-modern space pro-
gram here and stands in
the tradition of those who
developed this science a
half-century ago. Launch-
ing rockets equipped with
high-tech satellites into


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Vandenberg Air Force Base airmen man the Western
Range Operations Control Center where rocket launches
are controlled and observed.


outer space or launching
nearly pinpoint accurate in-
tercontinental ballistic test
missiles thousands of miles
away into the South Pacific
are routine practices here
for the airmen affiliated
with the 30th Space Wing
and for Cooper.
Cooper contributes to
Vandenberg's space mis-
sions as an airfield systems
technician..
"I maintain the airfield
navigation and weather
electronics equipment that
provides aircraft pilots with
vital landing information
here," said Cooper a 2000


graduate of Niceville High
School who went on to
earn an electronics systems
technology degree with the
Community College of the
Air Force.
Airmen like Cooper
support space missions for
the Department of Defense,
along with cooperative sup-
port to private companies
and other U.S. governmen-
tal agencies. As illustrated
in March with the first suc-
cessful West Coast launch
of an Atlas V rocket the
biggest and most powerful
rocket launched from Van-
denberg these airmen


understand the importance
of their space mission.
"In my job we play an
important part in the Air
Force and space operations
mission," said Cooper.
"With our electronic navi-
gation systems, we ensure
the safe approach and land-
ing of military aircraft. The
cargo on these aircraft is the
most important of the space
mission, for it is the missile,
rockets and satellite compo-
nents that are brought here
from all over to assemble
and launch."
Being a part of space
missions that hold inter-
national interest can be ex-
hilarating for even the most
salty of scientists or airmen.
Cooper admits the space
program here will leave a
lasting impression on him.
"The things that will
stand out in my mind the
most is the sound and the
feel as the launch vehicle
lifts off," said Cooper. "It is
amazing that you can see
the rocket lift off and takes
about three to four seconds
for the sound to reach even
four miles away. When the
sound does reach you it
shakes the ground beneath
you."


Boeing donates


to enlisted village

Jim Binnicker, president and CEO of the Air Force
Enlisted Village, fourth from left, accepts a grant
of $6,345 from Mike Estes, president of the Boeing
Employee Community Fund Committee. The money
will be used to purchase a golf cart to transport
residents at Bob Hope Village with limited mobility
and deliver meals. Also pictured from left to right are
Paul Bottoms, Boeing; Elizabeth LeMonds, Air Force
Enlisted Village; Lynndriette Rome, Boeing; Mark
Bailey, Boeing; and Danny Watford, Boeing.


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TRAVEL


WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008


Power to the (traveling) people


My first trip to Europe
was a summer of study in
Sweden between my last
two years of college. Though
it thankfully occurred after
we escaped the question-
able fashions of the '70s, it
was still acceptable for guys
to blow-dry their hair at the
time.
Consequently, a hefty
hair dryer and a set of
weighty transformers went
into Dad's old army duffle
bag.
After my first shower
abroad, I plugged in the
hair dryer. Lights dimmed
throughout the house, as
well as, I'm told, a substan-
tial portion of the town of
Nykbping.
OK, I think my friends
were just kidding about
the power dip in town.
There was, almost immedi-
ately, a pummeling on the
bathroom door as my host
brother politely but firmly
asked me to switch off the
blow dryer.
It was the last time in my
life I ever blew my hair dry.
I've since learned having
short hair is so much more
practical for either gender,
especially when traveling.
I also learned power
transformers add both un-
necessary weight and bulk
to your luggage. Yet had I
not used one that epipha-
nic day, Sweden's 220 volt
power supply would've
fried my blow dryer.
(It probably would've
been for the better: I had to


Photo illustration by
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BORDER

CROSSINGS
Brian Hughes

lug the thing, along with
those transformers, back
across the Atlantic after my
studies.)
Today, many devices
travelers might want while
abroad boast "universal
power" input between 100
volts (our North American
power is generally around
120 volts) and 240 volts.
However, the shape
and positioning of the tines


(those flat metal bits that go
into the outlet) determine if
you can use your device or
not.
In much of Europe and
South America, electrical
devices use two round tines
slightly wider apart than
our flat ones.
In the United Kingdom,
plugs have three fat tines,
two of which are mounted
horizontally about an inch
apart. The third is set verti-
cally above and between
them.
Our two traditional flat
tines fit in neither of these
arrangements. A set of plug
adapters is a lightweight and
inexpensive solution. They
are available in travel stores,
but you can save some
money by picking up a set


at Radio Shack for about
$20. (Spend your savings on
a nice croissant breakfast in
Europe!)
Incidentally, keep the dif-
ferences in power as well as
receptacles in mind when
taking electric gifts to your
hosts. Mom gave an electric
teakettle to a new friend in
Munich to thank her for a
lovely afternoon. Her son
replaced the American plug
with one off an old lamp,
but the first time she tried to
use it poof! it blew up.
Before you depart for
a trip overseas, make sure
your electronic gadgets
can accept foreign power
supplies. Toss a set of plug
adapters into a pocket of
your luggage.
Some aspects of foreign


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Don't fry your computer (left). Spare yourself the bulk and
weight of transformers (top). After making sure you device
can accept foreign power, use simple, lightweight plug:;
adapters (bottom) to plug it in. .


cultures may prove shock-
ing to you. Don't let their
electrical supply have the
same effect on your gad-
gets.


Border Crossings columnist
Brian Hughes is planning' hs
next trip abroad. Follow his
progress as he plans on his blbg
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ORDINANCE NO. 1399

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FOR REVISION OF THE TABLE 1, ALLOCATION OF
ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST WITH ESTIMATED
COSTS BASED FOR FUTURE NEEDS OF THE CITY;
PROVIDING FOR AN INCREASE OF RESIDENTIAL
AND COMMERCIAL WATER IMPACT FEES BASED '
ON FUTURE NEEDS OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR
AN INCREASE OF RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SEWER IMPACT FEES, BASED ON FUTURE NEEDS OF
THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading of this
ordinance will be held on Monday, July 28, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestviewt
Florida.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal'
comments on the matters under consideration. The ordinance.
is available for public inspection during normal business hours.
at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.

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

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

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".

Janice F. Young July 16, 2008
City Clerk


NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

PROPOSED ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, July 28, 2008,
at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Council Chamber
at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City
Council of the City of Crestview will hold the first public hearing
in conjunction with the first reading of Ordinance # 1400 which
is set forth by title as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1400

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
PROVIDING FOR REZONING 150.79 ACRES OF REAL
PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST AND IN SECTION 32,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM
OKALOOSA COUNTY'S RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN
SINGLE (RSS) ZONING TO THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW'S
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ZONING DISTRICT
TO BE KNOWN AS PUD 08-01 FREEDOM WALK;
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE
OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

The 150.79 acres of real property, to be rezoned as "PUD 08-01
Freedom Walk" is located in section 5, Township 3 North, Range
23 West and in Section 32, Township 4 North, Range 23 West,
along Old Bethel Road. The parcels shall be platted as "Freedom
Walk Subdivision" and are identified in the Okaloosa County's
Property Appraiser's Office as part of parcel identification
numbers 05-3N-23-0000-0004-0000,05-3N-23-0000-0006-0000,
05-3N-23-0000-0007-0000 and 32-4N-23-0000-0029-0020. The
PUD is depicted by map as shown in this advertisement.

A copy of the proposed ordinance and complete metes and
bounds legal description of the property being rezoned is
available in the City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North
Wilson Street in the City of Crestview, Florida, where it may be
inspected by the public and interested parties, and interested
parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinance.

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

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

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".

Janice F. Young July 16, 2008
City Clerk
H-7l i


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, July 28,2008 at
6:00 P.M.; at a Regular Council meeting in the Council Chamber
at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City
Council of the City of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinance
#1397 which is set forth by title as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1397

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 2.58 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTIONS 7 AND 18, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED
AS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING
FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

The 2.58 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1397 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by
parcel identification numbers 18-3N-23-0000-0000-OORW,
18-3N-23-0340-0000-0010, 18-3N-23-0340-0000-001 A,
18-3N-23-0340-0000-0030, and 07-3N-23-0000-0017-0000 Said
2.58 acres is located in Sections 7 and 18, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, on Highway 90 West. The parcel's location is
shown on the map labeled "Ord. 1397" in this advertisement.

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

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

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

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".

Janice F. Young July 16, 2008
City Clerk July 23, 2008




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OWJC alumnus gives back with foundation service


Special to the News Bulletin

Donnie Richardson of Mossy
Head is a successful business-
man who knows the value of
education. He says that Oka-
loosa-Walton College now
Northwest Florida State Col-
lege has been one of his best
investments ever.
"OWC is very important
to us," Richardson said in an
interview before the school
changed its name. His wife
Sharon (who teaches the
STRIDE program at Davidson
Middle School) and adult sons
Aaron and Matthew are, like
him, are OWC alums.
"We have really fond mem-
ories of going there," Donnie
,Richardson said. "We all feel
it was an integral part of our
educational process."
Donnie Richardson, 49,
'sits on the board of the OWC
'Foundation. During the col-
.ege's 25th anniversary, he
was named a Distinguished
Alumni, an honor he relishes
because he considers himself
a lifelong learner. As a farm-
er he grows corn, peanuts,
cotton, hay, soybeans, oats
and wheat on more than 2,000


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Special to the News Bulletin
Donnie Richardson pauses during spring planting at his family's
Mossy Head farm. Richardson's wife, Sharon, teaches at Davidson
Middle School.


acres in Mossy Head Rich-
ardson says he is constantly re-
adjusting his way of thinking
depending on the weather, the
economy, changes in technol-
ogy and a whole array of other
factors.
"I'm a firm believer that a
good education pays off," said
Richardson, who graduated.
from OWC with an associate's
degree in 1978 and went on


to earn a bachelor's degree in
business administration from
the University of West Flori-
da. "There's a lot of ways my
education has helped save me
money and make me money.
The way I see it, the more edu-
cation you have, the more op-
portunity you have."
Donnie and Sharon Richard-
son have been married more
than 25 years. They graduated


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
meet Thursday at 10:30
a.m. at the library on
Commerce Drive. Guest
speaker is Pam Meadows,
a member of the Board of
Trustees of North Okaloosa
Medical Center. The public
is invited to attend.
ABWA MEETING:
The ABWA's Working
Women Express Network's
monthly meeting is
Thursday at the Coach 'N'
Four on John King Road.
New member information
at 5:15 p.m. Networking
begins at 5:30 p.m. Meeting
begins at 6 p.m.
Speaker is Angela R.
Cox from CCB Community
Bank. Attendees are
encouraged to bring school
supplies to donate to needy
children. Contact Susie
Chestnut at 259-3001 with
any questions.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood
Center announces the
following North Okaloosa
blood drives:
Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Church, Baker 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday.
Call 862-4216 for details.
WILLIAMS 89th
BIRTHDAY/REUNION:
Saturday at 11 a.m. at
971 Lighthouse Church
Road, Holt. The event
will celebrate the 89th
birthday of Sarah D.
Williams, and include an
outdoor luncheon. Family
and friends are invited
to attend; please bring
a covered dish. Details:
Barbara at 682-1459.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Standard First Aid w/CPR
Adult, Infant and Child -
July 26.
CPR Child and Infant
(only) July 18.
Standard First Aid with
CPR/AED Adult, Infant
and Child July 19.
CPR -Adult, Infant and
Child July 22 & 24.
CPR/AED Adult July
24.
Okaloosa
CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer July


Lay Responder for
First Aid & CPR/AED
Instructor Course July
28-31.
Call 1-800-773-7620 to
register for all classes or
visit www.yourredcross.
org.
Babysitter Boot Camp,
July 24, 25 & 26, for ages
11-15. Certification in
Babysitter's Training, First
Aid and Infant & Child
CPR, Pet First Aid and
Disaster Preparedness.
S Lunch provided each day.
Cost is $145; Get a 5 percent
discount by mentioning the
Safety Training e-mail from
the ARC. Register by calling
1-(800) 773-7620 or by
S visiting www.yourredcross.


org.
DORCAS VBS:
Dorcas Baptist Church
at 5880 McCallum Road
in Crestview is hosting
Vacation Bible School from
July 21-25 for children in
grades K-5. You do not
have to be a member of the
church to attend.
Times are 6-8:30 p.m.
nightly, with Family Night
on Friday, June 25.
Details: Mrs. Debbie
Bowden, 682-2301, or Rev.
David Van Zandt at o82-
4958.
CABLETHON: Tune
in to local Cox Channel
6 from 8 p.m. Friday
through 8 p.m. Saturday
for the 36th annual Cox
Communications Cablethon
benefiting Covenant
Hospice.
The 24-hour broadcast
will feature live music by
local entertainers. Multiple
call-in auctions with items
such as vacation getaways,
golf packages, artwork and
jewelry will run throughout
the event.
Proceeds benefit the
special programs of
Covenant Hospice a not-
for-profit organization that
serves patients regardless
of their ability to pay. In
2007, the organization
provided over $1.6 million
in services'to uninsured or
underinsured patients.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: July 26 at 10
a.m. at New Beginnings
Church, 412 West James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Details: contact Jimmy
Smith at 689-2988. New
Beginnings Church is
an equal opportunity
provider.
DEMOCRAT MEET &
GREET: The Democratic
Women's Club of Okaloosa
County will be holding a
political meet and greet
on Thursday at 5 p.m., at
the Boathouse Restaurant
on John Sims Parkway
in Valparaiso. The event
is for all area Democrats,
those interested in being a
Democrat, those wanting to
learn about the Democratic
agenda and anyone who
wants to meet Democratic
candidates.
For more information
call Judy at 678-1561 or
Karen at 651-3040.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ACTIVITIES: Saturday
at 8 a.m. Float trip on
Blackwater River. Details
(850) 932-0125. Also on July
19: Volunteers needed for
8 a.m. trail maintenance on
Eglin reservation. Details
(850) 341-1389.
Tuesday, July 22 at 6
pm. Monthly meeting at
LaRumba restaurant in
Niceville. Visitors welcome.
Details: 682-6098.
Saturday, July 26 at 8
a.m., annual Summer Sweat
Hike. This tough endurance
hike of 7.8 miles will be in
the Titi section with a partial
hike or bail out point at 3.7
miles. Details: 862-9633.


a year apart from Walton High
School, each in the top 10 per-
cent of their class. They were
the first in their families to at-
tend college.
OWC set them on their
way.
"My wife and I were just
starved for knowledge," Rich-
ardson said, recalling their
early adult years," but nei-
ther of us were prepared to
move away from home to go
to school."
At the Niceville campus, "I
felt comfortable immediately,"
he said. "It was a lot like my
high school. There were a lot
of people I knew, the classes
were small, and the teachers
really seemed to care. They all
took a special interest in you."
Richardson was not only a
full time academic student. He
also audited practically every
trade class that was offered,
and learned electrical wiring,
mechanics, welding, con.truc-
tion you name it. As a result,
he was able to build his own,
house a beautiful, sprawling
country home practically
by himself. He fixes whatever
breaks around the farm.
"I call myself a jack of all


Crestview hosts low impact
aerobics every Monday
from 9-10 a.m. A $5 fee
applies. Call Tammy at 682-
0647 for details, and feel free
to pick up a calendar for
other activities at the center.
LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: meets every 2nd
and 4th Saturday at 1 p.m.
at the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Details:
Library Director Jean
Lewis, 682-4432, or Helen
Bosch, 537-8884.


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des," he explained. Since he
elf-employed, "you can't af-
d to go and hire somebody
do this and that for you."
He says each of his college
ecialties has paid dividends.
"Biology, of course, was
ht up my alley," Richard-
n said, "but the business end
s helped me just as much,
:ause I understand, for ex-
tple, depreciation."
He was savvy enough to
y his land, 40 to 80 acres at
ime, before the market took

Along with farming, the
:hardsons raise cattle and
vn about 250 animals. Both
e active in the community.
td they are proud of their
is, who are achievers in their
vn right. Aaron, 23, is earn-
; a doctorate in biomedical
gineering. Matthew, at 20, is
eady headed to law school.
"We see it as a pyramid," Mr.
:hardson says of his family's
.ucational progression. "Our
rents were here at the base,
th just high school educa-
ns. Sharon and I were able
go a little further. Our kids
going even past that. It's a
hiding process."

Visit http: / /choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details on
any of these events.
HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: A yard sale/fish
fry is being held Saturday,
with setup at 6 a.m. and
continuing from 9 3 p.m.
across the street from the
1905 Gallery in Laurel Hill
on U.S. Highway 85. Cost is
$10 a booth and $8 to rent a
table.
Artists, craftsmen
and vendors interested
in selling their work are
needed for the Laurel
Hill Hobo Festival on
Saturday, Oct. 11 from 9 to
5 p.m. Interested persons
should call Theresa at
826-0606 to obtain an
application. Organizers
expe-t all 3naces to be filled
by late August.
Corporate sponsors
are needed as well for the
festival, which will be held
this fall. The entertainment
schedule includes
Cheyenne, Rowdy Friends,
Perfect Illusion, Fred Astaire
dance studio, Crestview
High School dance team
and other performers.
Call 652-3660 or 826-0606
for details on the raffle and
yard sale or to use a credit
card.
LYNDSEY JOHNSON
CONCERT: Lyndsey
Johnson graduated from
OWC in 2005 and from
Berry College in May of
2008 with a degree in music
performance. She will be
attending the University
of Houston in the fall for
graduate studies in opera.
Johnson grew up
performing in the Northwest
Florida area in such groups
as OWC Show Choir,
Madrigals, Northwest
Florida Symphony Chorus,
and various programs with
the Florida Chautauqua
in DeFuniak Springs. Last
summer, she was part of the
Janiec Opera Company at
the Brevard Music Center in
North Carolina.
To celebrate her success
and the support of this
community, Johnson will be
giving a recital on Sunday
July 27 at 3 p.m. at Tyler
Recital Hall located at the
Mattie Kelly Performing
Arts Center on OWC
Niceville Campus. The
recital will also feature
Ms. Carolyn Schlatter
accompanying on the
piano. Please join for an
afternoon of arias, art songs,
and some of Johnson's
personal favorites. There
will be no ticket charge, but
donations will be accepted.
Details: (850) 951-5384.
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Legal # 100411
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
2008-CA-5
MBBC LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
GARY L. CLARK; ME-
GAN E. CLARK; and UN-
KNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby gjven
that, pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the
above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida, I will sell
the property situate in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, described as:
LOT 3 EASTWOOD
SECOND ADDITION
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4 PAGES)
69, OF T'HE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash.
at the South front door ot
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James
Lee. Blvd. 'East in Crest-
view, Florida at 11:00
a.m., on July 30, 2008.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale other than
the property owner must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
07/09/08
07/16/08


Legal # 100412
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-1839 S
WASHINGTON MU-
TUAL BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ASHLEY H. BARKOCY;
ET AL,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ASHLEY H.'
BARKOCY
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 2352 TWIN BAY
VIEW FT. WALTON
BEACH FL.32547 835
BLVD OF CHAMPIONS
SHALIMAR FL. 32579
If alive and if dead, all
parties claiming interest
y, through, under or
against ASHLEY H.
BARKOCY and all parties
having or claiming to
have any right, title or in-
terest in the property de-
scribed herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foreclosure
of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty:
Commence at the South-
west corner of Section
36, Township 1 South,


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Range 24 West; thence 8506517497, 1250 N
East along the South line EGLIN PKWY SUITE
of Section 36, to the East Al 14 SHALIMAR FL,
line of Government Lot 5; 32579. If hearing im-
thence North 797 feet, paired, contact (TDD)
more or less, to steel pipe 8009558771 via Florida
marker; thence continue Relay System.
North 199.25 feet to
steel pipe marker; thence This is an attempt to
West 202.41 feet to collect a debt. Any
Point of Beginning of the information ob-
tract herein conveyed; tained will used for
and from Point of Beginn- that purpose.
in o 0 West a distance
of1l 00 feet; thence South 07/09/08
176 feet, more or less, to 07/16/08
the Point of Be inning;
thence North 147.6 feet
or to the Point of Beginn- _
ing.
Together with a 25 foot
Easement for In- Legal # 100413
gqress/Egree, Utilities and
BDrainae in Section 36, IN THE CIRCUIT
Township 1 South Range COURT IN AND FOR
24 West Okaloosa OKALOOSA
County, Florida, said COUNTY FLORIDA
Easement lying 12.5 feet PROBATE DIVISION
side of the following de- CASE NO.: 08 CP
scribed centerline: 723
Commence at Southwest IN RE: ESTATE OF
corner of Section 26, JOHN WESLEY BOYCE,
Township 1 South Range SR. a/k/a
24 West, Okaloosa JOHN WESLEY BOYCE
County, Florida; thence a/k/a
South 89 degrees JOHN W. BOYCE, SR.
05'00" East along the a/k/a
South line of said Section JOHN W. BOYCE,
36, a distance of Deceased.
2,649.24 feet to a pipe
and brass cap being the NOTICE TO CREDI-
South one-quarter Section TORS
corner per 1937 govern-
ment resurvey; .hence The administration of the
North 01 degrees Estate of JOHN WESLEY
18'30" East, along the BOYCE, SR also known
line dividing government as John Wesley Boyce
Lots 5 and 6, a distance also known as John W.
of 996.06 feet to a point Boyce, Sr., and also
on the South right-of-wav known as John W.
of Twin Bay View (25 Boyce, deceased, whose
feet, ingress easement); date of death was Sep-
thence North 88 degrees tember 15, 2007, is
58'40" West along said pending in the Circuit
South R/W a distance of Court for Okaloosa
402.41 feet; thence County, Florida, Probate
North 01 degrees Division File Number 08
01'20" East, a distance CP 723, the address of
of 12.50 feet to the Point which is P.O. Drawer
of Beginning of centerline 1359, Cresfview, Florida
herein described; thence 32536-1359. The names
South 88 degrees and address of the per-
58'40" East along the sonal representative and
centerline of Twin Bay the personal
View (25 foot easementl representative's attorney
a distance of 445.72 are set forth below.
feet to its intersection
with the centerline of All creditors of the dece-
Twin Bay Drive (25 foot dent and other persons,
easement) Thence North who have claims or de-
11 degrees 49'00" West mands against
along the centerline of decedent's estate, includ-
said Twin Bay Drive a ing unmatured, contin-
distance of 350.86 feet gent or unliquidated
to the PC. of a curve claims, and who have
concave to the West been served a copy of
having a radius of 16.87 this notice, must file their
feet and a central an le claims with this court
of 27 degrees 30'00"; WITHIN THE LATER OF
thence Northwesterly THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
along the said curve and TER THE DATE OF THE
centerline a distance of FIRST PUBLICATION OF
81.53 feet (chord bear- THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
inq North 25 degrees (30) DAYS AFTER THE
34'00"; West chord dis- DATE OF SERVICE OF A
tance of 80.75 feet) to COPY OF THIS NOTICE
the P.T. of said curve; ON THEM.
thence North 39 degrees
19'00" West, along said All other creditors of the
centerline a distance of decedent and other per-
187.28 feet, more or sons who have claims or
less to the Southerly demands against the
R/W/ of Mooney Road decedent's es ate, includ-
(existing county road) ing unmatured, contin-
and the terminus of this gent or unliquidated
centerline and descrip- claims, must file their
tion. All lying in Section .claims with this court
36, Township 1 South, WITHIN THREE (3
Range 24 West, MONTHS AFTER THE
Okaloosa County, Flor- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
ida. Bearings based on LICATION OF THIS NO-
South line ofSection 36. TICE.
has been filed against ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
you and you are required FILED WILL BE FOREVER
to serve a copy of your BARRED.
written defenses, if any,
to it on Cheryl L. Burm, NOTWITHSTANDING
Attorney for Plaintiff THE TIME PERIODS SET
whose address is 2901 FORTH ABOVE, ANY
Stirling Road, Suite 300, CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
Fort Lauderdale Florida YEARS OR MORE AFTER
33312 on or before Au- THE DECEDENT'S DATE
gust 14, 2008, and file OF DEATH IS BARRED.
fhe original with the
Clerk of this Court wither The date of the first publi-
before service on cation of this notice is
Plaintiffs attorney or im- July 16, 2008.
mediately thereafer; oth-
erwise a default will be Attorney for Personal
entered against you for Representative:
the relief demanded in William V. Linne, Esquire
the complaint. Florida Bar No. 153430
P.O. BOX 12347
WITNESS my hand and Pensacola, FL.
the seal of this Court this 32591-2347
3 day of July, 2008. 850-433-2224
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ties Act, persons needing--
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in Legal # 100418
this proceeding should
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COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.: 2007-CA-5140
S FILE NO.:
F07047378
DEUTCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR
JPMAC 2007-CH5- J.P.
MORGAN CHASE
BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION
01/24/07 TITLE DOCS
REQUESTED VIA VS-SM
Plaintiff,


A/K/A 710 LEGION
DRIVE #C-1 DESTINY,
FL 325412529
Any persons claim-
ing and interest in
the surplus from the
sale, i any, other
than the property
owner as the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on July 10, 2008.


TAMARA FRENCH Don W.Howard
BARRO, et al, Clerk of the Circuit Court
Defendant(s). By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF FORECLO- Deputy Clerk
SURE SALE Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
NOTICE IS HEREBY P.O. Box 25018
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Tampa, Florida
nal Judgment of Mort- 33622-5018
gage Foreclose sure.
dated July 07, 2008 and IMPORTANT
entered in Case No. In accordance with the
2007 CA 5140 S of the Americans with Disabili-
FIRST Judicial Circuit in ties Act, persons with dis-
and for OKALOOSA abilities needing special
Count, Florida wherein accommodation to partic-
DEUTCHE BANK NA- ipate in this proceeding
TIONAL TRUST COM- should contact Court Ad-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR ministration at 101 James
JPMAC 2007-CH5-J.P. Lee Blvd. East, Shalimar
MORGAN CHASE 850-651-7497
BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
10/24/07 TITLE DOCS Americans with Disabili-
REQUESTED VIA VS-SM, ties Act, persons with dis-
is the Plaintiff and TA- abilities needing special
MARA FRENCH BARRO; accommodation to partic-
MICHAEL FRENCH;are ipate in this proceeding
the Defendants, I will sell should contact Court Ad-
to the highest and best ministration at 1250 N.
bidder for cash at IN Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FONT OF CLERK'S F 32579; telephone
FRONT DOOR OF number 850-651-7497,
SHALIMAR ANNEX at prior the proceeding.
11:00 AM, on the 7 day
of August, 2008, the fol- 07/16/08
lowing described prop- 07/23/08
erty as set forth in said Fi-___________
nal Judgment: Legal # 100420
LOT 5, BLOCK 8, OF IN THE CIRCUIT
RESUBDIVISION OF COURT OF THE FIRST
KELLYS ADDITION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
TO THE TOWN OF AND FOR OKLOOSA
DESTINY, ACCORDING COUNTY FLORIDA
TO THE PLAT CIVIAL AeTION CASE
THEREOF, AS RE- NO.:
CORDED IN PLAT 2007-CA-004381 S
BOOK 2, PAGE 62 DIVISION FILE NO.:
OF THE PUBUC REC- F07035780
ORDS OF
O K A L 0 0 S A JPMORGAN CHASE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. BANK N.A.,
A/K/A 608 1ST AVE- Plaintiff,
NUE DESTIN, FL
32541 vs.
Any persons claim- DAVID L. TALBERT, et al,
ing an interest in the Defendant(s).
surplus from the
sale, if any, other NOTICE OF FORECLO-
than the property SURE SALE
owner as of the date
of Us Pendens must NOTICE IS HEREBY
fille a claim within GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
sixty 60) days after nal Judgment of Mort-
the sale. gage Foreclosure dated
uly 07, 2008 and en-
WITNESS MY HAND tered in Case No.: 2007
and the seal of this Court CA 004381 S of the Cir-
on July 10, 2008. cuit Court of the FIRST Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for
Don W. Howard OKALOOSA County,
Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida wherein
By: Viki Jackson JPMORGAN CHASE
Deputy Clerk BANK, NA., is the Plain-
tiff and DAVID L.
Florida Default Law TALBERT; MORTGAGE
Group, PL. ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
P.O. Box 25018 TION SYSTEMS, INCOR-
TamIR, Florida PORATED AS NOMINEE
33622-5018 FOR FIRST GUARANTY
MORTGAGE CORPO-
IMPORTANT RATION; TWIN LAKES
In accordance with the OWNER'S ASSOCIA-
Americans with Disabili- TION, INC; are the De-
ties Act, persons with dis- fendants, I will sell to the
abilities needing special highest bidder for cash at
accommodation to partic- I| FRONT OF CLERK'S
ipate in this proceeding FRONT DOOR OF
should contact Court Ad- SHALIMAR ANNEX at
ministration at 101 James 11:00 AM, on the 7 da
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- of August, 2008, the fo-
view, Fl. 32536-3515; lowing described prop-
telephone -number erty as set' forth in said
850-689-5000, Exten- Final Judgment:
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar LOT 50 TWIN LAKES,
850-651-7497 ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT BOOK 18,
IMPORTANT PAGES 98 AND 99,
In accordance with the OF THE PUBLIC REC-
Americans with Disabili- ORDS OF
ties Act, persons with dis- 0 K A L 0 0 S A
abilities needing special COUNTY, FLORIDA.
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding A/K/A 238 TWIN
should contact Court Ad- LAKES LANE, DESTIN,
ministration at 1250 N. FL 32541
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL 32579- telephone Any person claiming
850-651-7497, prior to an interest in the
the proceeding. surplus from the sale
if any other than the
07/16/08 pro erty owner as
07/23/08 of te ate of the Us
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty
Legal # 100419 (60) days after the
sale.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST WITNESS MY HAND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN and seal of this Court on
AND FOR July 10, 2008.
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA Don W. Howard
CIVIL ACfION CASE Clerk of the Circuit Court
NO: 2007 CA By: Viki Jackson
005050 DIVISION Deputy Clerk
FILE NO.: F07038062 Florida Default Law
WELLS FARGO BANK, Group, P.L
NA P.O. Box 25018
Plaintiff, Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
vs. IMPORTANT
EDWARD SCHUPKE In accordance with the
A/K/A EDWARD Americans with Disabili-
SHUPE; et al ties Act, persons with dis-
Defendant(s). abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- ipate in this proceeding
SURE SALE should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
NOTICE IS HEREBY Lee Bivd. East, Shalimar
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 850-651-7497
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated IMPORTANT
July 07, 2008 and en- In accordance with the
tered in Case No.: 2007 Americans with Disabili-
CA 005050 of the Cir- ties Act, persons with dis-
cuit Court of the FIRST u- abilities needing special
dicial Circuit in and tor accommodation to partic-
OKALOOSA County pate in this proceeding
Florida wherein WELLt should contact Court Ad-
FARGO BANK, NA, is ministration at 1250 N.
the Plaintiff and ED- Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
WARDS SCHUPKE Fl 32579; telephone
A/K/A EDWARD number 850-651-7497,
SHUPE; JENNIFER prior the proceeding.
SCHUPKE A/K/A JEN-
NIFER SHUPE; INDIAN 07/16/08
HILLS HOMEOWNERS' 07/23/08
ASSOCIATION OF DES-
TIN, INC.; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to the Legal # 100421
highest bidder for cash at IN THE CIRIT
OF CLERK'S FRONT COURT OF THE FIRST
DOOR OF SHALIMAR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANNEX at 11:00 AM, OKAND FOROSA
on the 7 day of August, OKAT LOIOSA
2008, the following de- CIUNIAt N CASAE
scribed property as set CIVIL ACTION CASE
forth in said Final Judg- 2007-CA-1083-S Dl-
ment: VISION FILE
LOT 10, BLOCK D, NO.:F07005715
INDIAN HILLS, AC- A NGTON M U
CORDING TO THE WASINTO MU-
PLAT THEREOF AS TUALBANK,
RECORDED IN PLAT Plaintiff,
BOOK 6, PAGE 32,
OF THEPUBLIC REC- vs


ORDSS "OF
O K A L 0 0 SA ERIC C. DIVENS, et al,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Defendantss.


July 07, 2008 and en-
tered in Case No.:
2007-CA-4767 of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County
Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, is
the Plaintiff and MI-
CHAEL P. MARTIN;
SARAH A. MARTIN, are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder ?or cash at
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00 AM,
on the 9 day of Septem-
ber, 2008, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
A PORTION OF THE
EAST 600 FEET OF
WEST 1066.1 FEET
OF THE EAST 2415.5
FEET OF THE SOUTH
1/2 OF SECTION 16
LYING SOUTH OF
THE RIGHT OF WAY
OF U.S. HIGHWAY
98, TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, RANGE 25
WEST, ACCORDING
TO THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: BEGINNING
AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF THE
AFORESAID PARCEL;
THENCE RUN NORTH
ALONG THE WEST
RIGHT OF WAY UNE
OF COUNTY ROAD
472.5 FEET; THENCE
RUN WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 246 FEET
FOR A POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE
RUN WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 108 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH
A DISTANCE OF 67.5
FEET- THENCE RUN
EAST A DISTANCE OF
108 FEET, MORE OR
LESS AND TO A
POINT WHICH IS 246
FEET WEST OF THE
WEST RIGHT OF WAY
OF SAID COUNTY
ROAD; THENCE RUN
SOUTH ALONG A
LINE PARALLEL WITH
THE WEST RIGHT OF
WAY OF SAID
COUNTY ROAD 67.5
FEET MORE OR LESS
AN6 BACK TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING. ALSO KNOWN
AS LOT 36 OF AN
UNRECORDED PLAT.


IN FRONT OF CLERK'S ......00
FRONT DOOR OF 07/16/2008
SHALIMAR ANNEX at 07/23/2008
11:00 AM on the 7 day
of Aug., 2008, the fo-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgment:
LOT 5- IN BLOCK 9
OF A kESUBDIVISIOR LEGAL # 120067
OF KELLY'S ADDI-
TION TO DESTIN, IN THE CIRCUIT
FLORIDA, ACCORD- COURT OF THE FIRST
ING TO THE PLAT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
THEREOF, AS RE- AND FOR
CORDED IN PLAT OKALOOSA
BOOK 2 AT PAGE COUNTY FLORIDA
62, OF THE PUBLIC CMIVIL ACfION CASE
RECORDS OF NO. 2007-CA-5408
O K A L OOS A DIVISION FILE NO:
COUNTY, FLORIDA. F07049677
A/K/A 508 FIRST
AVENUE, DESTINY, FL WELLS FARGO
32541 BANK NA,
Any person claiming an Plaintiff,
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, vs.
owner thanofthe daoe of TOMMIE L. BREEDEN,
the Lis Pendens must file et al,
a claim within sixty (60) Defendant(s).
days after the sale. NOTICE OF FORECLO-
WITNESS MY HAND SURE SALE
and the seal of this Court
on July 9, 2008. NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Don W. Howard nal Judgment of Mort-
Clerk of the Circuit Court gage Foreclosure dated
By: Vikki Jackson July 07, 2008 and en-
Deputy Clerk tered in Case No. 2007
puy' CA 5408 of the Circuit
Florida Default Law Court of the FIRST Judi-
Group PL PO. Box cial Circuit in and for
25018 Tampa, Florida OKALOOSA County
33622-5018 Florida wherein WELLN
FARGO BANK, NA, is
IMPORTANT the Plaintiff and TOMMIE
In accordance with the L. BREEDEN; DIANA M.
Americans with Disabili- BREEDEN; BANK OF
ties Act, persons with dis- AMERICA N.A.; FOREST
abilities needing special VIEW TOWNHOMES
accommodation to partic- OWNERS' ASSOCIA-
ipate in this proceeding TION; are the Defend-
should contact Court Ad- ants, I will sell to the
ministration at 101 James highest and best bidder
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- for cash at SHALIMAR:
view, FL, 32536-3515; IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
telephone number FRONT DOOR OF
(850)689-5000, Exten- SHALIMAR ANNEX at
sion 7497, prior to the 11:00 AM on the 7 day
proceeding. or Shalimar of Aug., 2008, the fol-
850)651-7497 lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
IMPORTANT nal Judgment:
In accordance with the LOT 4, FOREST VIEW
Americans with Disabili- TOWNHOMES LY-
ties Act, persons with dis- ING IN SECTION 16
abilities needing special TOWNSHIP I
accommodation to partic- SOUTH, RANGE 24
ipate in this proceeding WEST, ACCORDING
should contact Court Ad- TO THE PLAT
ministration at 1250 N. THEREOF AS RE-
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, CORDED IN PLAT
FL, 32579; telephone BOOK 6 PAGE 35,
number (850)651-7497 OF THE PUBLIC REC-
prior to the proceeding. ORDS OF
07/16/2008 COUNTY, FLORIDA.
07/23/2008 A/K/A 207 KATHY


NORTH &0 DEGREES
21 MINUTES EAST
ALONG THE SOUTH
LINE OF LOT 52,
100.00 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 39 DEGREES
39 MINUTES WEST
120.00 FEET ALONG
THE EAST PROPERTY
UNE, THENCE SOUTH
50 DEGREES 21 MIN-
UTES WEST 100.00
FEET PARALLEL TO
THE SOUTH LINE OF
LOT 52, THEICE
SOUTH 39 DEGREES
39 MINUTES EAST
120.00 FEET ALONG
THE WEST PROPERTY
LNE TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. THIS
PROPERTY IS FVR-I
THEIR DESCRIBED AS
BEING THE SOUTH-
EAST 120.00 FEET OF
LOT 52, CALHOUN'S
SECOND REVISION
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
43A OF THE PUBU<
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. :
A/K/A 314 CAL-:
HOUN AVENUE, DES-
TIN, FL 32541
Any person claiming art
interest in the surplu,
from the sale, if any,
other than the proper
owner as of the dare of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60%
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on July 10, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court'
By: Vikki lackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group P.L. P.O. Bos
25018 T'ampa, Florilo
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with disn
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic,
pate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad'
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest;
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exteh'
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with th'
Americans with Disabili,
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special


YV


NOTICE OF FORECLO- A/K/A 30 SNOOKE COURT, MARY ES,
SURE SALE ROAD MARY ES- LEGAL # 120065 THEIR, FL 32569
THER, FL 32569 Any person claiming art
NOTICE IS HEREBY IN THE CIRCUIT interest in the surplus'
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Any person claiming COURT OF THE FIRST from the sale, if any,
nal Judgment of Mort- an interest in the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN other than the proe
gage Foreclosure dated surplus from the AND FOR owner as of the dae of
July 07, 2008 and en- sale, if any, other OKALOOSA the Lis Pendens must filg
tered in Case No.: than the property COUNTY, FLORIDA a claim within sixty (60)
2007-CA-1083-S of the owner as of the date CIVIL ACTION CASE days after the sale.
Circuit Court of the FIRST of the Lis Pendens NO. WITCA S D NESS MY HAND
Judicial Circuit ina and must file a claim 2007-CA2956-S DI- and the seal of this Cour)
for OKALOOSA County, within sixty (60) VISION FILE NUM- on July 10, 2008.
Florida wherein WASH- days after the sale. BER: F07018677
INGTON MUTUAL Don W. Howard ..
BANK, is the Plaintiff and WITNESS MY HAND WELLS FARGO Clerk of the Circuit Court
Eric C. DIVENS; are the and the seal of this Court BANK NA, By: Vikki ackson
Defendants, I will sell to on July 10, 2008. Plaintiff, Deputy Clerk
the hi hest and best bid-
der For cash at IN Don W. Howard vs. Florida Default Law
FRONT OF CLERK'S Clerk of the Circuit Court Group P.L P.O. Box
FRONT DOOR OF By: Viki Jackson ALLAN HORNE, et al, 2501p Tampa, Flotda
SHALIMAR ANNEX at Deputy Clerk Defendant(s). 33622-5018
11:00AM, on the 8 day
of September, 2008, the Florida Default Law NOTICE OF FORECLO- IMPORTANT
following described prop- Group, P.L. SURE SALE In accordance with the
erty as set forth in said i- P.O. Box 25018 Americans with Disabili-
na Judgment: Tampa, Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY ties Act, persons with dis-
33622-5018 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- abilities needing special
LOT 2 BLOCK H, nal Jugment of mort- accommodation to partic,
KELL-AIRE GARDENS IMPORTANT age Foreclosure dated pate in this proceeding
ACCORDING TO THE In accordance with the July 07, 2008 and en- should contact Court Ad-
PLAT THEREOF AS Americans with Disabili- tered in Case No. ministration at 101 James
RECORDED IN PLAT ties Act, persons with 2007-CA-2956-S of the Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
BOOK 5 PAGE 48, disabilities needing spe- Circuit Court of the FIRST view, FL, 32536-3515;
OF THE UBLIC REC- cial accommodation to Judicial Circuit in and for telephone number
ORDS OF participate in this pro- OKALOOSA Count, (850)689-5000, Exteri-
O K A L 0 0 S A ceeding should contact Florida wherein WELLS sion 7497, prior to the
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Court Administration at FARGO BANK, 'NA is proceeding. or Shalimar
101 James Lee Blvd. the Plaintiff and ALAN 850)651-7497
A/K/A 415 SPANISH East, Shalimar HORNE; CAROL ELIZA-
MOSS TRAIL, DESTINY, 850-651-7497 BETH HOME- ANY AND IMPORTANT
FL 32541 ALL UNKNWN PAR- In accordance with the
IMPORTANT TIES CLAIMING BY, Americans with Disabilia
Any person claiming In accordance with the THROUGHA UNDER ties Act, persons with dis-
an interest in the Americans with Disabili- AND AdAINST THE abilities needing special.
surplus from the ties Act, persons with HEREIN NAMED INDI- accommodation to partic.
sale, if any, other disabilities needing spe- VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) ipate in this proceeding
than the property cial accommodation to WHO ARE- NOT should contact Court Ad-
owner as ofthe date participate in this pro- KNOWN TOBE DEAD ministration'at 1250 N
of the Lis Pendens ceeding should contact OR ALIVE WHETHER Eglin Parkway, Shalimar/
must file a claim Court Administration at SAID UNKNOWN PAR- FL, 32579; telephone
within sixty (60) 1250 N. Eglin Parkway TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- number (850)651- 7497;
days of after the Shalimar, FL. 32579; te( TEREST AS SPOUSES, prior to the proceeding.,
sate. phone number HEIRS DEVISEES .
850-65sa1-7497, prior the GRANTEES OR OTHER 07/16/2008
WITNESS MY HAND proceeding. CLAIMANTS; are the De- 07/23/2008
and the seal of this Court fendan, I will sell to the
July 10, 2008. 07/16/08 highest and best bidder
07/23/08 for cash at IN FRONT OF
Don W. Howard CLERK'S FRONT DOOR
Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal # 100423 F SHALIMAR ANEX
By: Viki Jackson NOTICE OF SALE FOR da11:00AM, on08 the 7 LEGAL # 120068 ,
edo of Aug., 2008 the
Deputy Clerk STORAGE flowing describedpr IN THE CIRCUIT
HOUSEHOLD GOODS e ig describd pECIRCUIT
GroupODGO Sert as set forth in said i- COURT OF THE FIRST.
Florida Default Law BELONGING TO THE aJudment:COURTOFTHEFIRS
Grou, RP.L. PARTIES NAMED BE- LOT 1, BLOCK E, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN"
P.O. ox 25018 LOW AND LISTED BY PINECREST HIL .,AC- AND FOR
Tampa, Florida UNIT NUMBER WILL BE CORDING TO THE OKALOOSA
33622-5018 SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE PLAT THEREOF AS COUNTY, FLORIDA
IMPORTANT BY DAY'S PAC-RAT RECORDED IN PLAT CIVIL ACfION CASE
In accordance with the MINI- STORAGE AT THE BOOK 4 PAGE 1 NO. 2007 CA ..-
Americansce with Disabili- MINI. STORAGE LO- PUBLIC RECORDS Of 005621 5 DIVISION'
ties Act, perscans with Dabii- CATED AT 2510 S. 0 K A L 0 0 S A FILE NO: F07053650
abilities needing special iFERDON BLVD. CREST- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
accommodation to pa.rtic- VIE FLA AT 9:00 A/K/A 100 22ND THE BANK OF NEW
a in prc A.M., July 3d, 2008 UN- STREET, NICEVILLE, FL YORK, AS INDEN-
ipate in this proceedin LESS CHARGES ARE 32578 TURNED TRUSTEE' FO
ministratihould con at Court101 James PAID IN FULL BEFORE Any person claiming an THE BENEFIT OF THE
Lee Blvd. East, Shalimar THE TIME OF SALE. interest in the surplus A -B ACKED
850-651-797from the sale, if an, ASSEi-BACKE
850-651-7497 BARBARA YOUNG other than the pr opef NOTES, SERIES
IMPORTANT UNIT #2 owner asof the dae of 2007-SEA1,
In accordance with the 07 16 08 the Lis Pendens must file Plaintiff,
icans with Disabili- 07/2/08 a claim within sixty (60) vs
Amercans with Disabili- /08 days after the sale. VS.
ties Act, persons with dis- ------l M i HAND
abilities needing special LEGAL # 120064 WITNESS th ROGER R.HAND
accommodation to partic- and the seal of this Court R OG, a .
ipate in this proceeding IN THE CIRCUIT on July 10, 2008. DefeBRUNSON, et al,
should contact Court Ad- COURT OF THE FIRST eena
ministration at 1250 N. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Don W. Howard NOTICE OF FORECLO
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, AND FOR Clerk of the circuit Court NOTICE SALOF FORECLO-
FL 32579- telephone OKALOOSA By: Vikki Jackson SURE SALE
number 85b-651-7497, COUNTY, FLORIDA Deputy Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY
prior the proceeding. CIVIL ACfON CASE Florid Default L GIVENpursuant to a F-
S -07/16/08 D -SION Group P.L. P.O. Box nal Judgment of Mort-
07/2316/08 FILEF03653 2501 8Tampa, Florida ageForeclosure dated
07/23/08 FLE#F70o65 ..,33622-5018aul, 07, 2008 and enr
GRE----NPNT 32T 2-5018 tered in Case No. 2007
GREENPOINT MORT- PORTENT CA 005621 S of theCir-
Legal # 100422 GAGE FUNDING IMPORTAN e with the cut Court of the FIRSTJu-
SPlainf Americans with Disabili- dicial Circuit in and
IN THE CIRCUIT vs ties Act, persons with dis- OKALOOSA Cou
COURT OF THE FIRST vs. .. d eciaFlorida wherein J
JUDICIAL CIRCUS abilities"needing speci BANK OF NEW YORK,
JU DICIAL CIRCUIT IN LAWRENCE E. GRA accommodation to partic- AS INDENTURED TRUS-
ANDLFOR HAM, et al, ipate in this proceedinASIN, NTREuc u
COUNTY FLORIDA Defendant(s). should contact Court Ad OF THE CWABS, IN
CIVIL ACfiON CASE ministration at 1 ASSET-BACKED NOTES;

F07035950 NOTICE IS HEREBY (85)689-5000, Exten- Re. BRUNSON; are thll
ELLS FARGO BANK GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- sthe highest and best bid
NA nal Judgment of Mort oceeding or Shali mar de or cash at IN
NCiAVI, gaN E Foreclosure dLo ted ou r 6 9 FRONT OF CLERK'S

S2007-CA-4773 of the In accordance with the SHALIMAR ANNEX d
MICHAEL P. MARTIN, et i ties Actersons with di of Aug., 2008, thefo
Judicial Circuit in and for ability needi i lowing described prod
lDefenant(s). OKALOOSA Countyab ein sp e as set forth in said
Florida wherein accommodation todpartic a not Jud mentf
NOTICE OF FORECLO- GREENPOINT MORT- Pate inthise proceedin A udBG AT T
SURE SALE GAGE FUNDING is the should contact Court A SOUTHWEST CORE
Plaintiff and LAWRENCE ministration at 1250 N. ER OF LOT 52,
NOTICE IS HEREBY E. GRAHAM; are the De.- glin Parkway, Shalimar BLOCK D
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi pendants, I will sell to the F, 32579; t0)65 n7e N'S SEC
nal Judgment of ort highest and best bidLMr number (85 th 651-7497 CALHOUN'S SECOIN
pF l dt Cifor cLash at SHALIMAR: prior to the proceeding. REVISIONA DESTINE
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accommodation to partic- Dining Room Set Vintage
pate in this proceeding Single white male 70 cherry by Drexel, China
should contact Court Ac 5'8 1701bs. Looking for cabinet, table 6 chairs. fEW TBO AY
ministration at 1250 N. a small white lady 65-72. Must sell 682-4034 or
Elin Parkway, Shalimar, I am easy going and 682-1416 2003 Kubota Tractor
Fr 32579; tele hone easy to please. Just need with front loaded finish
number (850)651-7497, a good woman to share rnA mower and 3 FT disk.
prior to the proceeding. and do things together. II u T U 100 hrs. Very qood


07/16/2008
07/23/2008

LEGAL #120066


Please write KLB r.P..
Box 876, Crestview FL
32536, or call (650)
689-8038


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN "
AND FOR /
OKALOOSAI ,
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
2007-CA-004779-S ,
DIVISION FILE NO: PT AI
F07036536 PETS & ANIMALS
GREENPOINT MORT- 2100 -Pets
GAGE FUNDING, 2110 Pets: Free to
Plainti Good Home
Plaintiff, 2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
vs. Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
LAWRENCE E. GRA- Wanted
HAM, et al, 2150 Pet Memorials
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


Pine Loft bed with dresser
and desk Good cond.
$150. call 689-2069
Solid light Oak Double
Pedestal Dinin Table
w/6 chairs. Excellent
Condition. $399. Call
398-6096


Creslview
3-FAMILY YARD
SALE
Fri. & Sat. July 18/19
8:00A.M. Till ?, 3325
Broadview Circle (N. 85
Auburn rd, Tanse St. fol-
low signs) Chi, Hollister,
A&E, Abercrombie boys
menqs & juniors, house-


NOTICE IS HEREBY I 2100 I hold item, coffee table,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- movies, surround sound,
nal Judgment of Mort- pictures & Misc.
gage Foreclosure dated e- review
July 07, 2008 and en- N & r D A CreYw
termed in Case No.2007 NEW y y Estate Sale
CA 004779 S of the Cir- Fri. & Sat. July 18 &1 9
cuit Court of the FIRST Ju- Chihuahua pups, males 7am 2pm
dicial Circuit in and for & females, 1 silver col- 4601 0 Hara Court.
OKALOOSA County, ored. $300 & up. Taking tLive Oak Church Rd. to
Florida wherein deposits. Ready to go. Scarlet Dr. East.)
GREENPOINT MORT-6524122
GAGE FUNDING is the
Plaintiff and LAWRENCE-I T911
E. GRAHAM; TROY MA-
SON, and GEOR-
GEANN MASON are ... ,-
the Defendants, I will sell NfI U 01J Crestview
to the highest and best Huge yard sale
bidder for cash atIN 248 Bracewell St. Fri-Sat
FRONT OF CLERK'S For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- July 18 & 19th, 7am till.
FRONT DOOR OF huahua puppies for sale.
SHALIMAR ANNEX at Starting @ $300. Call Crestview
11:00AM, on the 7 day 850-902-7275 Moving Sale
of Aug., 2008, the fol- Fri. & Sat. Ju 18 & 19
lowing described prop- 8am-3pm
e asset forth rin said Fre Regie 217 Warrior St.
asset sa Free Registered Quarter Of Old BethelJ
LOT 18 IN BLOCK Horses, excellent disposi- Furniture, clothing misc.
14 dF KELLY'S tions and confirmation. household.
THIRD ADDITION TO Boarding contract
ESIN OKALOOSA (require on private es Crestview
COUN'T FLORIDA tte Lush pastures, roll- Moving Sale
ACCORDING TO THj ng r 'hlles, aai pond..ls. Sat 8am-4pm
PLAT THEREOF, 850-65 2-3640 Dog, fishing, & boating
RECORDED IN PLAT 85652-3640supplies, kitchen items,
BOOK 2, AT PAGE ________ books, videos, & morel
164, OF THE PUBLIC 4828 Chapperal
RECORDS OF Full blooded Boxer Street
COUN FLORIDA. uppies, brindle, in From 1-10, south on 85,
A/K/A 518 THIRD rest $325 each left on Jon King Rd, go
AVENUE, DESTIN, FL Parents on site 375-0199 1 .5 mi. to Primrose, turn
32541 __________ left, go to 3rd street on
Any person claiming an left- Sharon Ave, at dead
interest in the surplus end is our driveway.
from the sale, if any, mYl Crestview
other than the proper Ill 1 l C ce*I
owner as of the da of Multi' Family
the Lis Pendens must file Yard Sale
a claim within sixty(60) Jack Russell pups Jul. 19th
days after the sale. $175. current shots & 7am-12pm
WITNESS MY HAND worm treatments. Call 103 Steve's Place (Hwy
and the seal of this Court 683-1586 or 225-8248 90 west onto Old Bethel
on July 10, 2008. left on Sioux Circle, 300
bon W Howard yard left on private road.)
Clerk of the Circuit Court Crestview
By: Vikki ackson Yard Sale
Deputy Clerk | 2 0 Fri. & Sat.
Florida Default Law 300 Powell Dr.
2501o Tapa, Florida Plj Boats, truck, tools.
251,qpFlrd n


33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
lies Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


Boarding, Full service.
Starting at $250 per
month. On private farm,
3000sqft barn, wash
racks, rolling hills, lush
astures, pond, etc. Call
850-652-3640


S MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170- Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190- Electronics


07/16/2008 32uu Firewood
07/23/2008 3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
S3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
1110 | 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
Run your ad State- 3280-Machinery/
videl Run your classified 3290 Medical Equipment


Call this newspaper or Supplies
(866 742-1373 for more 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
detail s or visit: 3340 Sporting Goods
www.florida-classifieds.com 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


1120


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All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1007



EW TOOgAY

Antique furniture garage
sale PRE-VIEW for appt.
398-5671 Ill






Ron's Appliance &
Parts open 8am-6pm,
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
ance parts, appliance re-
pair. 215 N. Main
Street, Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515







NEW T0OAY
1997 19' Sanyo color
t.v. set works reat, $50.
Firm; Retro Chair circa
1960's new upholstery,
wide back rest and seat,
will accommodate a
large 3001b person $50.
Firm. 850-682-8699


NEW TODAY


shape. $10300.
537-8399 or 865-2193
25' Econoline
Gooseneck 12,000 lb.
dual axle flat bed.
Good condition. $3000
850-652-3640


-agg


NEW TrOAY
2 lift chairs, 1 blue, 1 is
tan, both are cloth. Also
a Rascal R5 Scooter. All
excellent cond. Call for
details 334-5724406
Buildings for sale
"Beat next increase"
20x30x12 $4900.
25x40x14 7900.
30x50x14 $9085.
35x56x16 $13,200.
40x60x16 $16,900.
50x140x19 $47,600.
60x100x18 $37000.
Pioneer since 1980...
(800)668-5422.
For sale 2 Burial
Plots, both for $2700.in
front part of Live Oak
Park Memorial Cemetery.
682-8535
Repair all brands of
lapfops & desktops. Low
price. Quik turnaround
682-3912







EMPLOYMENT
4100- Help Wanted
4110- Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130- Employment
Information



Administrative/Clerical
FT Medical
Receptionist
with outgoing personality
for busy office, to answer
Phones, schedule, handle
patient payments, com-
puter literate, and ability
o multi task. Experience
prefered, Fax Resume to
850-423-1313


NEW TOflAY
Child Care
Now hiring for August.
Patient and Caring FT
Toddler and Pre School
Teacher. Experience pre-
ferred, required 45 hour
DCF training a plus.
682-7319 lic
#CO10KO0071
Drivers Intermodal
Owner Operators. High
Weekly Pay, Practical
Miles, Home Daily, Re-
gional Runs. 2 years in-
termodal exp.. CDL


Crestview Class. Contact
Yard Sale Mac/Susan at
Fri. & Sat. July 18&19 904)644-0948
8AM Till 2PM 3170 4 6 -09
Chestnut St. (Garden Hurricanes Are Com-
City) Lots of Misc. items. ingi Adjusters and con-
tractors needed Any
Crestview level of experience. High
YARD SALE earning potential. For
Sat. July 19 8AM Till more information Call
5732 Reinke Dr., Lots ot (800)580-1146 or go to
things www.jeladjuster.com
Crestview Local Auto Body Shop is
Yard Sale in need of a clean up
Sat. July 19th person. Duties include;
am until property, shop & auto
North Lloyd St (off 1st. St clean up.c Mn. thru
Kids cloths, toys, & misc. Thurs. 8am-6pm, Friday
__ t oym_ _8_ Bam-Noon. Wages are
Crestview 7.50hr. Call for an inter-
Yard Sale view and ask for Ruth
Sat. July19 Ann 423-0691
124 Sikes Dr.off 90 Logistics/Transportation
tiona Armory Na- Driver Trainees
Wide selection of items Needed
to browse through. No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Milligan Home weekends with
Large Multi TMC. Company en-
FamilyYard Sale dorsed CDL Trainin.
Sat 8am-4pm 1-866-280-5309
2009 Hidden Mechanics: Up to
Springs Dr $20,000 bonus. Keep
Off Dad's R. Antiques, the Army National Guard
Furniture, household Rolling. Fix Humvees
goods, & much more. Strykers etc. Expand
our skills through career
TUPPERWARE raisin Be a Sodier.
1-800-GO-GUARD
New Catalog, monthly .com/mechanic
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie Medical/Health
6824305
In Home
Support, Exp.
Live in position in Crest-
| 3240 view. Pay $2300mo. All
CCW Classs weekends off, all major
CCW Classes/ holidays off. 259-7190
Shooting Range for appointment.
Call 8,50-537-9610 Web ID #27815919
www.jaysgunsonline.com Serendipity Salon is
-- looking For a new stylist
to n our team Call
Kristin for interview
32S689-1122
Green & boiled pea-
nuts. Holland Farms T A
1-877-675-6876 IEW TODA'

1Training/nstruction
--3260-- Russian Tutor
Do you Experience Anx- needed in Baker area.
iety? Therere answers Great pay. 537-8161
in this book. Buy and Web ID #27816606
read Self Analysis by L.
Ron Hubbard. Frice
$15.00. Hubbard Dia-
netics Foundation
(813)872-0722 E-mail 4130
cofstampa@gmail.com. Attend College Online
from Home. Medical,
Bs J*Business, *Paralegal
S*Computers *Criminal
| 3280 Justice. Job placement as-
u Ce ii ieuul-


NEW TODAY

$599
Upright Piano
with
Free Lessons
Full sized 6 yr old Casio
88 Key Upright Digital
Piano in Excellent Condi-
tion. Perfect if you al-
ready play or want to
learn. Included will be 1
month of free lessons
here in Crestview.
582-5412
4


cnatis nce. C..om i ueraviI-
able. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call
(866)858-2121, -
www.CenturaOnline.com
Driver- CDL-A. The
Grass is Greener at PTL.
Students with CDL Wel-
come excellent training
Co. Drivers Earn up to
46tpm Owner Opera-
tors Earn 1.41pm 22yrs
of age, 12mos OTR. No
Forced Northeastl Co.
Drivers call:
(800)848-0405
0.Operators call:
(877)774-3533
www.ptl-inc.com.


Drivers: 13 Drivers Crestview- 1 br apt,
Needed Sign-On Bonus 698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
35-42cpm Earn over pletely furnished, utilities BWB lar e 2087sf, 3 br
$1000 weekly Excellent mcl. No pets. $650mo + office, 2 ba 2 c, FP,
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 682-3166 FL room, quiet neig bor-
mos recent OTR -- hood w/2 pools. All
(800)635-8669. Crestview appls. $1275mo+ SD.
GeI C 1ba 1 ba Pets negotiable. 1-3 yr
Get Crane Trained! call Scott 546-1192 lease. Avail. 8/1. 1850)
Crane/Hea Equip r 654-9799
Training. National Certif Crestview- 2br, ba, 428-1026or 654-9799
cation. Placement Assis- quiet gated no pets
tance. Financial $575mo/$550dep, 12 _
Assistance. Georgia mo lease req. 1 month
School of Construction. free rent. 585-1574
www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" or call Crestview Inn Centurv 21
(866)218-2763. Motel $35 daily, $165 Moulton Realty
k ve weekly, Furnished effi-
No Truck Driver Expen- ciency $200 Weekly. 682-3849
ence No Probem. $60 4 weeks. Rentals:
Wil-Trans Trucking Will Call 6824466enta
Teach You How to Drive Cal --------6
Company Sponsered 8 I 2 3205 Maple Ave.
CDL Training. Be OTR in I 1 br 1 ba, $675+dd
Three Weeks. 6 4638 Falcon Way.
888)368-1205. Must be FB Trcal bird s 3br2 ba $800mo+dd
STro c- 220 Water Oak $
3. tuar a ets, br,' 3 br2 ba, $850+dd
Wanna Cool Job??? $656 & up. W/D, 369 John Kind Rd
Start a New Career as Lease/DD. 243-1954 or 3 br 2 ba, $875+dd
Nationally Certified 585-6420 120 OKyle Lane
HVAC Technicianl 3.5wk 3 br, 2 ba, $900+dd
program. No Experience. I *513 WingSpan Way
Local job placement as- s 3br, 2V2ba $1000+dd
distance. Call it's HotI 6130 932 Schultz
(877)994-9904. 3 br 2 ba, 7 $1000+dd
(87799 a Crestview 305 Purl 2078 Atoka Trail
Adams, 2 br, 1 1/2ba, 3 br 2 ba, $11100+dd
SW/D $755/mo + dep. 2413 Half Moon
-A Avail now 5434742 3 br, 2 ba, 1200+dd
oT -ia n 125 Mill Pond Cove
.Crestview 2br 1Y2ba 4 br, 2 1/2ba, $1200
TH, large covered back __
Sorch, fenced yard.
fNowAfler 20$650/mo. 699-0897 1 H oo 3b
BUSINESS & NANCIA
5100- Business Coldwell Banker United
Opportunities I 140 Realtors 117 Courthouse
5110 Money to Lend 2, 3 & 5 bd houses & Terrace, Cresview F
trailers for rent. Call 32536 (850)689-f515
830-2061 or 6824070 or850 t 62-5922 br
S o100 3BR/2BA Foreclosurel 1 ba, 700sf $425 triplex
S h 11 0001 dwOnlvn 0 2 305 Walnut Ave 2br
Alo CaS Cand$80Route 19 /Mor 5%own ba, 900sf, $500 end
day? 30 Local Machines years W @ 8%ap. Buy, unit
and Cand 04/BR $259/Mol For list- 309 Walnut Ave. 2br
n s888162nta99968 s (800)366-9783 Ext 1ba, 9s, $00st, $500 end
N200033. Call Us: 598_________
6 i033. Cale Ho se:o 2 0 92385 Susan Dr. Base-
undersoldl t be 3BR/2BA 2 story home meant apt 1 br, ba,
undershd ________ in Mossy Head near 1052sf, $595 utils incl.
ATTN: LOnSE EUP lin AFB. Partially turn. 0 238 Runnymeade Dr.
Ta3rLr & garage. 2br 1.5ba, 930 sf,
TO 30 BS IN $ 2 5 0 / m o $660, interior unit
30 DAYS 850-548-5331 or 05321 Steele Road, 3br,
$30.00+s/h. Dr. recom- 850-768-0429 2ba, 1780sf $625, pets
mended. Call 1 888 --with approval, Baker
c709-9053.dsxdiet.com 440 Apple Drive 3br,
7099053 dsxdiet.com 2 AY 2ba, 109 sf, $795, pet
N o3 Pibl 08 D allowed w/approval
Post Office Jobs. aa 0 132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
$18-$20/hr. No Experi- A 2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets
ence, Paid TrainingFed American Realty allowed
Benefits, Vacations. Call of Northwest 0262 Swaying Pine Ct
800 910-9941 Todayl Florida, Inc. 3br 25b%, 1309sf,
EF 8$79, End Unit TI'
REFMFL08. 682-4822 or 0306 Feldon Dr 3br,
Post Office Now Hir- 651-5717 EHO 2ba, 1200sf, $800, no
indl Avg. Pay $20/hr or 5591 Hwy 393 2br, pets allowed.
$57K/6r IncF. F Ben, 1ba $550 S 1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
OT. offer placed by 612 E. Lee Ave. 2BR, 2BR, ba, 1109sf $825 no
Exam Services, not aftT 2BA $550 pets 1st month rent free
w/USPS which does 0865 Brett St. 2br 0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
hiring. Call 1 5ba $650 3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
(8661497-0989 297 Seminole Tr. 3br, $850, new townhome
ice 1iba, $700 *268 Swaying Pine Ct
S 3347 Shoal Creek Cv. 3br 2.5ba 1415sf
3br, 2ba, $795 $850, new townhome
d 'al o 178 Swayin Pine Ct. 02904 Orchidcrest Dr.
'3br, 2.5ba, $800 4br, lba, 1600sf, $850
S1 2455 Starmount Dr. pets allowed w/approval
S3br, 2ba, $825 0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
725 Edney Ave. 3br, 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
2ba, $825 $875, newtownhome
06 110 Sonny Ln 3br, 0272 Swaying Pine Ct
IRL ESATE FR RENT 2ba, $875 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
6100- Business/ 03112 Skyhawk Dr. $875, new townhome
1 -mmBusiness/ 3br 2ba, $845 50 Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
6110- Aparmena 06219 Winstead Rd, 1165sf, $875 cathedral
6120- Beach Rentals 3br 2ba, $875 ceilings in master bed
6130- Condor/Townhouse 0 103 Aqua Dr. 3br, 02385 Susan Drive-
6140- House Rentals 2ba, $875 house 3br 2ba, 1640sf,
6150 -Roommate Wanted 0 309 Ashley Dr. 3br, $895. 10% military dis-
6160- Rooms for Rent 2ba $895 count or free months rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot o 5902 Meadow Ln 4br, 0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals 2ba $895 br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $875,
6190-Timeshare Rentals 0 202 Cabana Way 1 month free rent to mili-
6200 Vacation Rentals 4br, 2ba $925 toy
0 218 Lustan Dr. 3br, 2813 Mohican Way
l 2ba $975 3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95
0 4702 Whitewater Ln. South of -10
6100 4br 2ba $995 0507 White Oak Lane
Crestview For lease 5104 Whitehurst Ln. 3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
Commercial Space 79 4br 2ba, $1025 first month's rent free
A&B S. Main St. 0 2186 Hagood Lp 3br 08146 8th Ave 3br,
A&B 682-2735 Main 2ba $1050 2ba, 1355sf, $1000,
682-25________ 0 903 Pinellas Dr. 3BR military discounted on
Crestview 2BA, $1000 rent to $950
PMA istakingap for 1, 0107 Trenton Ave, 4br, 01819 Waterway Lane,
2 & 3bdaparments. 3ba%$1050 3br, 2ba 1420sf, $995,
year lease. No pets. 1812 Waterway Dr. no pets allowed, Baker
rom $400 ma. to $625. 3br 2ba, $1050 0 238 Tiffot Ct. 3br, 2ba
mo. call 682-6310 12 Courtney Ln. 4br, 1620sf, $995, noets
2ba $1050 01235 Gabrielle lDr. 3br
For Lease, All newly re- 0 144 Indian Tr. 3br, 2ba, 1758sf, $1075
modeled Commercial 2ba $1150 lare fenced back yard
Space. 294 N. Main St. 0 715 Presscott St 3br 0 228 Citadel Lane, 3br,
Great Locationl 2.5ba $1200 2ba, 1970sf, $1100 no
682-2735 0 104 Muskoaee Tr. pets allowed
3BR 2BA, $1300 04180 Big Buck Trail,
For Lease, Newly Re- 0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba 4br 2ba, 1823sf,
modeled Commercial $1400 $1215 no pets allowed
Space 176-178 S. Indus- 6377 Havenmist Ln. 0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba
trial Drive. 682-2735 4br 2ba $1395 1901sf $1195 military
Office Space for rent in 0 109 Fairway Ct 3br, discount
Office Space for rent in 2.5ba, $1600 5262 Clint Mason Rd.
Shalimatroom. 2e DeFuniak Sprinqs 3br 2.5ba 1878sf
close to the Courtie,0 68 A Tvin rees 2br, $1400 pets allowed with
ideal for a contractor 1 ba W5 approval.
$425 + utilities. Contact 0 68 C Twin Trees 2br, 0642 Territory Lane 4br,
Sonya at 651-990 or lba, $475 3ba, 3031sf $1500 mili-
details. 651-00 or 8 D Twin Trees 2br tory 1 free month rent
etais_________ 1 ba $475 0650 Territory Laoe 4br,
S0 1'004 N. 20th St. 2br, 3ba, 3004st, $1675,
^Sd iAIi UJU 1ba $525 $200 military discount/
Sb1046 N. 20th St. 2br, month
1084 N. 20th St. 2br, and to apply online,
T .AnV lba, $525 please visit our website
II~UC. 'lU 11 0_N. 20th St. 2br, at: www.cburpm.com


Iw Nw-
1 Bedroom, all utilities.
$600. mo + DD Call
6824668


1 ba, $525
* 1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
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682-8483 or 865-3421
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new carpet, ceramic tile FWB Tropical Paradise,
floors, new cabinets & 2br,w/d, furn. util. incl.
appliances. No pets. except cable, no pets
$600mo+dd. 6824024 $1500mo/lease/dd.
243-1954 or 585-6420


Crestview 3 Br 2 ba
newly remodeled, sets on
1 acre lot in a country
quiet neighborhood.
$795. mos + $795. dd
Call 682-1265


Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
fridge, W/D hookup,
$700/mo. + dep. No
pets. 305-0765


Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
I R wnterview from front


NEW TODAY

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
* 5760 Monroe St
3 bd/2 ba; $800
* 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 bd/2 ba; $950


orch. Mil discount. Crestview
600+$300 SD. 216 Virginia St
902-2383 or 682-9911 2 bd/1 ba; $650
0 1704 1st Ave
3 bd/1.5 ba; $700
0 202 Virginia St
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 bd/1.5 ba; $700
2 CG. Brand new, Ig 0 329 John King Rd
fenced yard! covered 3 br/2 ba, $800
porch. Pets 6K. $1100 0 134 Swayin Pine Ct
+ DD. 850-6834104 3 bd/2.5 ba; $825
0 2805 Wilson Lane
-- 3 br/r2 ba, $900
0 105 Louise Dr
Crestview- 3BD 2 BA 3 br/ 2 ba $900
plenty' of room. horses 0 3650 Okaloos Lane
welcome. $1060. mo. 6 br, 3 ba, $900
call Scott 546-1192 460 Jillian Dr
4bd/2ba; $1050
0 6462 Moonlight Ln
3bd/2 ba; $1150
Crestview 5442 E Brook Dr
3bd 2ba Lare fenced 4 bd/32 ba; $1200
yard pool, 1630 SF. 0 493 Jillian Dr
$1125. ma +dd. 2751 4 bd/2 ba; $1200
Keats Dr. call Scott
546-1192


Crestview 3bd., 2 ba,
Section 8 approved,
$850. mo deposit re-
quired. 537-2960 or
30-7944


Crestview- 4br. 2ba,
2cg, 1950sf. Fenced'
screen porch. Like new!
$1125mo. 376-5419


Crestview house for
rent 5 br, 2 ba brick,
house, new remodeled,
hardwood/tile, very spa-
cious, large kitchen
$1Od0mo/$1o000dep.
Pets neg. Call 902-1299

Crestview
Rent to own 3bd 2ba
Nice house in Crestview.
Credit problems OK. Call
1-888-206-4649
ext. 1675


Crestview- S. of 1-10. 4
br, 2 ba, 2 ca, 1755sf.
Like new. $995mo. Must
seell -376-5419


Crestview/Lee Farm
New Home for
Rent
1600sq/ft, 3br, 2ba,
2c, $1000 a month;
85 499-3506


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Rent to Own
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4br, Iba, New carpet,
windows, bathroom &
central air. Fenced yard,
carport. $3500. down
$520. mo Owner fi-
nanced. No credit, no
problem. 537-9798


NEW TODAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
2 204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
+ 3819 Golden Acres
$750 3br, 2 ba, 1 cg
* 603 Moss Drive
;875 3/2/2
S391 Riverchase
1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
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682-6156


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CLASSIFIED


Why Rent? You can
buy $3750 down &
$750 PI. See Crestview
house for sale.
Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant for
Award Chevrolet, would like
to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


-_ .. ;.. AN AM ,WRAN RIVORITO
WA w d _. Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731'


WITH A STROKE,
TIME LOST IS BRAIN LOST.



Learn the morning ,aegns at
StrokeAssoclation.org 0o 1-888 4-STROKE,
SAm.,ka,, 5e-4.,


[ 6170
Holt
3 Bd. 2Ba / 4Bd 2 Ba
Call Scott 546-1192
A.JT .


Baker 3BR/2BA,
Sec. 8 approved, $550.
mo.Call 537-4386
Crestview 3BR/1BA
on 1 acre lot, newly re-
modeled. $650.
mo/$650. dd Call
758-7488


NEW TOIAYV
Crestview Clean 2BR,
$500. mo, $500. dep
Call 682-0470 evenings
699-5887 days.
Crestview 2 bedroom
mobile home. No pets
850-682-1972
Crestview Lg 3br, 2ba,
doublewide, wood floors.
427 Brookmeade Dr.
$675mo 398-6600
For Lease or Sale:
2BR/1BA mobile home
on 2 acres in Holt area.
$500. mo; Dep. & Ref.
Call 850-499-7412


Crestview- by owner
only $3750 down, $750
mo+tax & ins. 3br, 2ba
FL room, Ig covered
porch, newly upgraded.
1i1 Windsor Drive -
Take Auburn Rd to
Tansey, left to Windsor.
Call 678-7104, Niceville
NO FORMAL
QUALIFYING
Crestview
Rent to own 3bd 2ba
Nice house in Crerview
Credit problems OK Call
1-888-206-4649 :ext::
1 6 7 5

NEW OOJAV
Crestview; 124 Pal-
metto Dr. For sale by
owner. 2 story, 2000s,
3br 2.5ba, 2cg, Ig.
kitc en & breakfast area,
formal dining room & liv-
ing room, lare shed.
fenced backyard, front &
back porch. $198,500.
or rent for $1500/mo.
Call 850-826-0395 or
826-0396,or 200-6214


NEW TIJoAY
Easy Commute
to Eglin VIA Hwy
285
New energy efficient
homes starting as low as
$92s,5001 Call for loca-
tions!
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc. 850
689-1334 or
582-3806


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on Silverado Extended and Crew Cabs, Avalanche,
Tahoe (excludes Hybrid) and Suburban.
In lieu of All Rebates with well Approved Credit.


Navarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to selF at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.
Naylor Realty
Affordable Housing
DeFuniakSpringsUSA.com

NEW TODAY

REVISED
Lovely home in the coun-
try on 1 acre, with 33 ac-
res available. $199,995.
2150sf 3 br, 2 ba.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc. 850
689-1334 or
582-3806

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.MODELS w. RENEW DAY
-'BRING HORSES!
WITH, 2.25 miles from Winn
8 MODELS WilTH.,: Dixiew-i8 ac,o6 stallaCBS
'O bA" i t -l: barn with office, large
30M PG on Suburban or Tahbe tac room bath-great
hon Suburban orTahbe omesite, quiet corner
3 M location, $230,000.
3BETTPG o (excludes hybrid) Mildred C.
OR BETTER In lieu of 0%. Heaton Realty,
SB. .. Inc. 850
689-1334 or


08 TAHOE Z71 DEMO MRP4
PW, PL, CR, TL, LEATHER, HEATED FRONT SEATS Discounts Rebaoes 10,689
TRAILER TOW, AM FM 6 DISC (HlNGER $3 3, 8 3 I

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08 SILVERADO CREW CAB
* AC, PW, PL, CR TI, VS AAFM CA D After Discounts & Rebates

2 71,670


'- ?~oJ30 .,


4fier Disctunis Rebites

19,442 l


08 SILVERADO EXT CAB
SAUTO TR4NSAS15ON, 4 CRUISE After Discounts & Rebates I

s17,577J


08 IMPALA
PW, PL CRUISE. TILT 441FA (D Afr O Dicou & RuiSb,7
KEYLESS ENTRY $ I a


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TU TIO iANWSAIISSON. 4C ,' RAl DI After Discounts & Rebates
s(13,295


!Bl B F ~ 582-3806
Crestview Lot w/ older
S' MH needs wk. Almost 1
ac. Poverty Creek Rd.
_ ...__ $33K obo 398-1761


NEW TOIAY
Freeport $32,900 .25ac
lot 1 mi north of bay,
cleared, dry. Nice trees,
newer mobile homes ok
front also available. Luke
Lake Homesites from
$24 900 Clarks Hill Lake
on 6A/SC Border. Excel-
lent financing available.
Call Today!
(877)426-2326 x 4352
Laurel Hill 125x75
lot. Cleared. Won't last!
Only $7700 cash. Call
652-3640
New Arizona Land
Rushi 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized
Lotsl $0 Down. $0 Inter-
est. $159-$208 per
monthly Money Back
G u a r a n te e I
(877)466-2104 or
www.sunsiteslandrush.com


16x80 Redmond 3bd
2ba dishwasher, stove
ref.washer/ dryer, AC
excellent cond. must be
moved $17,500.
228-466-5283 or
682-2033
Crestview 2br, 2ba on
2 acres, CH&A. Owner
financing $3000 down
$500 mo 682-8483 or
865-7777


131+/- Acres of prop-
erl. in Worth County,
G Mix of woods and
open land... $2000 per
acre. Owner Financing
Available. Norris Bishop
Realty, LLC
(229'890-1186.
How about Tennessee?
For a list of available
lake & mountain homes &
properties call Lakeside
ealty toll free @
(888)291-5253 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.


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93Lexus LS 400, two
tone gold, fully loaded,
looks and runs great,
$6500 Call Steve
682-4880
Ford Focus 2001 Good
Cond. $3800.:
902-3247
Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
95K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
240-4145
Police Impounds for
Salel 96 Honda Accord,'
$6001 96 Toyota Camr
$9751 For listings call
800)366-9813 extB


8120
Jeep Liberty '02, Limited
LTD 4x4, 6 cyl. low mile-
age, ood gas, excellent.
689-0075 after 6pm.


Dodge truck, '94
1500. 4 wheel drive.
Needs trans work.
$2250 obo. 398-1761

NEW renAY
GMC Sanoma 2000
Small truck, good gas
mile. $5500. OBO
682-t729


GMC, Van 1997.
$3500 OBO. 1994
Chevorlet Box Truck/
Van, $3000 OBO.
682-5505-9 8


02 Harley Ultra Clas-
sic, Loaded. $4000. in
extras w/.round effects
lighting. Garaged kept,
Ex. condition. $14,400.
O.B.O 537-9798

NEW TyOAY
Suzuki DL650
V-Strom '07
Givi trunk, 58 MPG low
miles like new, $5200.
Call 50-758-1262

8210
14 FT. fiberglass boat
T,.:.,r and trailer. 25 Jon.
I -' & 23 Ft Formula
Cuddy w/. motor and'
trailer. $2650. obo all
runs good 398-1761



2008 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Low hrs, perfect condi-
tion. Under factory war-
ranty. $5500 Call Terry
850-685-9468 or
850-226-8599




NEW rTDIAY

37' Travel
Trailer
SPRINGDALE
KEYSTONE '02
Rear bedroom, couch
dinette, full kitchen.
Sleeps 8. Has holding
tanks. Comes with
2-year full warranty.
Clean and ready for
the road $15,900
OBO. 850-420-9874
or 850-880-6228


AnI ei iO l _,- n you
.l are at high risk
Sfor stroke.


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REVOUJ0ON


6832 731 4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

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I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


3bd 1.5 ba. car ort 1
ac. of land. $99,500
902-1869 or 902-7525


'5,00O REBATES
on Avalanche, Silverado,
Extended or Crew Cabs.
In lieu of 0%.


08 EQUINOX
PW,PL, CR, TL, AMAFMI(D ONSTAR





S.ANNUL


WENESDAY, JULY 16, 2008


II OOZ7100 7190 I
NC Mountains 2+ ac-
TI~ A nres with great view, very
fNEW EI' private, big trees, water-
Nf" Tfalls & large public lake
nearby, $49,500 call
GREAT BUY! now (866)789-8535.
Masonry, 1225sf 3 br, ( -8.
1.5 ba, in town tor only North Georgia Moun-
$69,995 One of the tain Properties Visit:
lowest on the market www.ASDover.com
Mildred C. www.FallingWatersClub.com
Miaoread C. www.TranquilityatCarters
Heaton Realty, Lake.cam
Inc. 850 (800)200-7458.
689-1334 or
582-3806

Now TODAy
HOLLY HILLS 6Z!
Price Reduced! AUTOMOTIVEMARINE
1600+sf 3 br, 2 ba with I RECREATIONAL
2 c, shady corner lot, 8100 Antique & Collectibles
$ 179,95. 8110- Cars
Mildred C. 81 20- Sports Utility Vehicles,
Mildred C. 8130 Trucks
Heaton Really, 8140- Vans
Inc. 850 8150 Commercial
nc. 8160 Motorcycles
689-1334 or 8170 Auto Parts
582-3806 & Accessories
582"3806 8210- Boats
^ ^ 'V 8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Individual wants to buy Supplies
house for investment. C 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
house fornvestment. Call8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
651-0987 8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


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