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WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008


Today's Forecast
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'It'sjust a shame.


- Crestview Mayor David Cadle


Special to the News Bulletin
Vandals' damage includes this graffiti on a post supporting Countryview Park's pavilion. Other graffiti was
spray-painted throughout the pavilion as well as the basketball court.



Park vandals sought


Officials request parents' vigilance, assistance


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

For the third time this sum-
mer, city Public Services work-
ers have repaired or remount-
ed the water fountain in Coun-
tryview Park.
Like several of Crestview's
public parks, Countryview
has suffered a spate of vandal-
ism since school let out for the
summer.
"It's just a shame," lamented
Crestview Mayor David Cadle.
"We try to provide a place for
families to enjoy recreational
time, and then we have to deal
with some peoples' malicious
intent."
City officials believe kids
are causing the vandalism. Po-
lice patrols have been stepped
up around city parks and have
arrested several children in
conjunction with the destruc-
* tion.
"We were able to prosecute
in the last big vandalism we
had at Countryview, and those
kids are in the process of pay-
ing restitution," said city Parks
& Recreation Director Chuck
Powell.
"It's not your typical carv-


ing your name in a picnic ta-
ble," described Administrative
Services Director Mike Wing.
"They get real serious."
Damage has included torn
out or destroyed water foun-
tains and playground equip-
ment, and spray-painting
graffiti on structures and fa-
cilities.
Powell said over the July 4
weekend, vandals set off fire-
works in the Twin Hills Park
restrooms, damaging equip-
ment.
Equipment in'the children's
playground at Twin Hills Park
also suffered severe damage
recently. Mothers taking their
children to the park to play
were inconvenienced while
city workers made repairs,
Wing said.
"Every time it happens it
costs between $500 and $60Q
to get it straightened out, and
that doesn't include the man
hours," Powell said. "We have
to pull workers off other proj-
ects. It's just frustrating."
Added Wing: "We try to
repair the damage pretty
quick because they're so heav-
ily used this time of year. The
parks must then be closed for


repairs during our busiest sea-
son, and scarce funds have to
be spent to repair them."
Police have apprehend-
ed children 10 years old or
younger in connection with
the vandalism, Wing said.
"I feel that the .parents of
these young people would
be shocked if they knew that
their children were involved
in destroying facilities built
for them to use," Wing said.
"What especially bothers
me, is, how do parents not
know where their children
are?" Cadle said.
Wing asks anyone who
notices people, especially
kids, hanging around parks
at night, or people who have
information about vandals in
city parks, promptly contact
the Crestview Police Depart-
ment. City officials promise
to prosecute those who are
caught and convicted.
"It can.be done but we need
some tips and leads," said
Powell.

Have you or your family been
affected by vandalism in our city
parks? Comment at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Visit our Web site for local photo galleries


Crestview News Bulletin

Want to see more
photos from your big
event?
Now you can find
them online.
The Crestview News
Bulletin proudly intro-
duces new photo galler-
ies on the crestviewbul-


letin.com Web site.
We'll post all of the
photos we take at com-
munity events includ-
ing the ones we can't
fit in the Crestview
News Bulletin print
edition -- in the "Photo
Galleries" section of the
Web site.
You can order prints


of the online gallery
photos and even post
your own photos.
Click on the "Photos"
tab on the blue bar at
the top of the crestview-
bulletin.com Web site to
start viewing the photo
galleries.
You'll find these pho-
to galleries online:


Crestview, Laurel
Hill and Baker gradua-
tions
Summer reading at
Carver Hill
Dignity Memorial
Escape School at Cen-
tral Baptist Church
Look for additional
photo galleries in the-
weeks to come.


Main Street



welcomes



FAMU option


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Many Ma [ain Street mer-
chants pull no punches
when asked their opinions
about the Florida A&M
University pharmacy
school proposed for the
Alatex Building.
"I think
it's the best
thing,in the
world," said
Leon Johns,
proprietor,
Of .Leon s';
Barber Shop.
"We don't Flora
want this op- Goodwin
portunity to
get away."
Sitting in
Johns' chair, retiree Ron
Steele was in agreement.
S"I hope they don't mess
around and let it get away,
especially with that build-
ing just sitting there," he
said.
Down Main Street at
the Red Raspberry, .man-
ager Jean Towery bustled
.among the gowns as she
helped customers.
"I think it would bring
business to everybody,
not just Main Street," she
said.


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"If there are more stu-
dents coming here, it's
going to help everyone in
our area," Towery said.,
"Businesses will grow, in-
stead of sending custom-
ers to Fort Walton Beach."
Grace Ferdon, owner
of the Tanning and Hair
Center on Wilson Street,
was ,discussing FAMU's
potential at Hart Printing.
"We need it bad!" said
Ferdon. "I fully support
it. Anything that comes in

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Southside mourns


death of teacher


Tom Rado
died July 18
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Southside Elementary's
roadside message board
spread the sad news this
past weekend.
The Southside commu-
nity mourned the loss of
fifth-grade teacher Tom
Rado, who died July 18 at
64.
"Whenever I think of
Southside, I think of him,"
said AngieDuke, who often
substituted in Rado's class.
Southside front office
employee Rita, Cook said
Rado will be remembered
for his two passions: teach-
ing and airplanes.
Rado had model air-
planes hanging from the
ceiling of his classroom. He
helped arrange for a B-52 to
'land at Okaloosa Regional
Airport so Southside stu-
dents could get an up-close
look at the historic plane.
Cook cited a story from
the past school year that
demonstrated Rado's im-


pact on his pupils. She said
a pair of former students
now in college took time to
come to Southside during
a vacation to share lunch
with Rado.
"We'll miss him, and his
students will surely miss
him," Cook said. "He was
a really sweet man."
Duke and her daughter,
Hanna, paid daily visits to
Rado's classroom.
"Hanna looked up to
him as a grandfather fig-
ure," Duke said. "He was
an awesome teacher, and
this year it was our hope
Hanna would be in his
classroom.
"He was someone to
look up to and someone I
deeply respected. He will
be sorely missed."
Rado's burial was
scheduled to be held in Al-
legheny, N.Y., where most
of his family resides. A lo-
cal service was held at Our
Lady of Victory Catholic
Church, with Father John
Cayer officiating.
Share your memories of
Mr. Rado at www.crestview.
bulletin.com.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008


Brian Hughes / Crestview
Danielle Fessenden sets out another basket of fresh Georgia peaches at her family's stand
on South Ferdon Boulevard near Aplin Road.




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Area's farmer's markets offer fresh produce from local and regional farms


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Stocked with produce
from our own area farms
and those of southern
Alabama and Georgia.
area roadside farmer s
markets are flourishing
;, this summer
A t the corner of Rich-
,burg Lane and Industrial
Drive, Tiffany and Ke\-
in. Melton perused the
rack of locally:harvested
,honey and locally made
;,syrup before settling on
boiled green peanuts
fresh from the kettle
"I love supporting the
local people," Tiffany
said. "I don't like doing
the corporate thing
The familiar stand
has stood on the site tor
30 years, said propri-
etor Brenda Martin. Her
large, plump tomatoes
are grown by a 93-year-,
- old gentleman in his gar-
den, she said.
Farther south on State
Road 85, Crestview resi-
dent Maxine Lee was in-
troducing -friends from
Valparaiso to her favorite
roadside farmer's market
just south of Aplin Road.
"Have you tried the
peaches?" Lee encour-
aged. "They're nice and
sweet."
Under the stand's fes-
tive umbrellas, Danielle
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ant, sweet watermelons
and peaches her hus-
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the Dorcas couple and
their neighbors.
"We eat what we sell,
and we only eat the best,
so our customers get
the best," Debbie said
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basket of Chilton Coun-
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town is a familiar local
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Library- Director


PROGRAMS
Join us today at
10:15 a.m. for our Sum-
mer Reading Program
finale. A fun morning
is planned with special
treats. Reading Certifi-
cates will be awarded to
all who participated. I
know you have been
reading and keeping your
reading log in anticipation
: of getting your "Funny
Money." The "Funny
Money Store" will be
open right after Story
Time today, again from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, .
and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday. Have fun shop-
ping! We're sending out a
BIG thank you to Mr. Rick
and Mr. Kendrick for their
help with the surprise
treat during the finale.
Hope you all enjoyed
buggy books, songs and
crafts presented especially
for you this summer.
Teen Time with the
Wii! Teens 12-18 join us
for Nintendo Wii play
every Friday afternoon
during July and August


from 2 to 4 p.m. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the Wii
activities will be avail-
able only to teens. Any
questions, please ask Ms.
Janice. We would like to
thank The Friends of the
Crestview Library for this
new purchase.
Parents bring the
kids to the library to sign
up for our new Birthday
Club. Sign up at the front
desk and receive a birth
month shape. Write the
child's name and birth
date on it. We will post
it on our Birthday Club
board. During the birth-
day month, the child may
come intothe library, find
his or her name and shape
on the board, and bring it
back to the front desk to
receive a prize.
Leni Riefenstahl's
"Olympia: Breaking the
Myths": Brian Hughes,
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers writer and National
World War II Museum
lecturer, will make a
presentation on "The
Greatest Sports Film Ever
Made" at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4.
Learn how the acclaimed


Special to the News Bulletin
The Bookmobile visits the Library outreach program at.
Carver Hill. Crestview City Council President Lillie Conyers
and area children are ready to check it out!


documentary of the 1936
Berlin Olympic Games
was made, discover why
it remains controversial
to this day, and view clips
of some of its most mag-
nificent sequences. Great
family entertainment, and
it's free.
First Tuesday Lec-
ture: The Aug. 5 lecture
will b.e presented by Pat
Hollarn, Okaloosa Coun-
ty Supervisor of Elections,
who will discuss "Ev-
erything You've Always
Wanted to Know about
Elections ... But Were
Afraid to Ask." Join us at
10:15 a.m. in the meeting
room. Coffee and cookies
will be served starting at
10 a:m.
Florida voter registra-
tion applications are avail-
able at the library.


STAFF PICK

It's vacation time and if
you are planning on taking
a road trip you might want
to take along an audiobook
or two.
Recommended audio-
books for family listening:
"The Giver," Lois
Lowry (Audio Cass JFic
Low)
"Hans Brinker or the
Silver Skates," Mary Mapes
Dodge CD DOD)
"Peter Pan," J.M. Bar-
rie (J CD Fic Bar)
"Treasure Island,"
Robert Louis Stevenson
(JFic Ste)
"The Wind and the
Willows," Kenneth Gra-
hame (J Cass Fic Gra)
"The Wizard of OZ,"
L. Frank Baum
Help the kids gain lis-


tening skills while they are
entertained by a good book
on audio.
Listening Library also
provided the following
trip "Glove Box Activities"
survival guide to the family
road trips:
In-Car Casting Calls:
You just finished listening
to an audiobook. Now the
kids can mimic the voices
of the characters. Everyone
can pay a different charac-
ter and re-enact their favor-
ite scenes.
Geography:You've
just heard a story-set in ,.
an unfamiliar location. If
the setting is real, discuss
details such as how far it is
from your current location,
how you could travel to
get there, what language,
other than English, might
be spoken there. what kind
of weather might one ex-
penence in that location.
etc. Lf the story is set in an
imagined location have tun
making up these details.
Listen for Clues: Have
you just Listened to a part
of the story that leaves you'
guessing? Pause the audio-
book and have everyone
predict what will happen
next. Then play the next
part to see who guessed
correctly.
Create the Sequel:
After listening to an au-
diobook, make up another
chapter or a new ending.
Assign everyone in the car'
a role and speaking voice.


Sing-along comes to New Orleans


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

NEW ORLEANS It
took London, New York
and the Hollywood Bowl ,
by storm.
Many in the audience,
though, looked a bit, umm,
odd.
For starters, there were
an abnormally large num-
ber of nuns. Some of the
people had snowflakes
that stayed on their nose
and eyelashes. Others had
brown paper packages tied
up with strings.
Those were just a few of
their favorite things,
The reason for the buzz
- and the interesting attire -
was "The Sound of Music,"
the classic, much beloved
1965 multi-Oscar winner,
but with a twist. This time
the lyrics to the memorable
Rodgers and Hammerstein
tunes were projected right
up on the screen.
Screenings generated a
following akin to those of
"The Rocky Horror Picture
Show," albeit less raunchy
and more family-friendly.
Friends and neighbors
attended dressed as the
whole von Trapp family. A
6-foot-tall, decidedly butch
Gretl with leg hair might
be at first a bit disconcert-
ing, but it was all a good-
natured poke at a film
favorite.
At last "The Sound of
Music Sing Along" is com-


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When Maria and all those von Trapp kids troop through
Mirabel Palace gardens singing "Do Re Mi," you'll be
able to join in at "The Sound of Music Sing Along."

THE SOUND OF MUSIC SING-ALONG
Boo the Nazis (and Baroness Schraeder), cheer Maria, and
sing along while you enjoy complimentary pretzels and pop-
corn (but no crisp apple strudel nor schnitzel with noodles).
Admission is $5 and a cash bar, opens at 7 p.m., followed
.by the screening at 8 p.m. For more information, call (504)
527-6012 x 355. Costumes are encouraged.


ing (somewhat) close to.
home. It'll screen in New
Orleans on Saturday as
part of the National World
War II Museum's "Real
to Reel: Hollywood and
World War II" exhibit.
The film has been
trimmed from its three-
plus-hour running time to
a bit under two hours, but
all those hummable tunes.
will be included ("plus
reprises," assured the mu-
seum's PR. manager Casey
Hill).
Local actor/comedian
hosts Becky Allen, Sean
Patterson and Mandy


Zirkenbach will get the
audience in the mood and
lead the sing-alongs.
"We have had an unbe-
lievable response," said the
museum's associate vice
president of marketing,
Clem Goldberger. "I think
we will certainly have it
back."
Head over to New
Orleans for a fun-filled
weekend, including an eve-
ning at the National World
War II Museum for one of
your favorite things: The.
greatest family movie ever
made, presented just a little
bit differently.


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Laughs and thrills coming



to NWF State College stage


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

From the wealthy's
dazzling Riviera play-
ground to a Hoboken,
- N.J., school gymnasium:
from the vivid imagina-
tion of a Broadway en-
thusiast to Chinese acro-
bats and Chicago danc-'
f ers, Northwest Florida
State College's annual
Broadway and 'Artists se-
ries promise a season of
laughter and thrills.
Some of. Broadway's
recent funniest shows,
plus the revival of a be-
loved off-Broadway hit,
will have audiences hold-
ing their sides in hilarity.
Augmenting the series
programs are two family
shows, tickets for which
go on sale separately and
are not in the series pack-
ages.
Ticket packages go on
sale August 25 for the
Broadway and Artists se-
ries, and are expected to
sell out quickly, as they,
did last year.

2008-09 NFSC
BROADWAY SERIES:
Individual tickets: $45.
Nunsense, Dec. 4.
The hit musical comedy
celebrates its 25th
anniversary with this
special national tour
starring two-time Emmy
Award winner, Sally
Struthers as Mother
Superior. "Nunsense" is,
indeed, habit forming!

*The 25th Annual Putnam
County Spelling Bee,
Jan. 12, 2009. This Tony-
Award winning new musical
comedy was acclaimed
by the Wall Street Journal
as "that rarity of rarities,
a super-smart musical
that is also a bona fide
crowd pleaser." Audience
members even become part
of the action.

*The Drowsy Chaperone,
Jan. 24, 2009. Boasting the
most 2006 Tony Awards of
any musical on Broadway,
this sensational musical
comedy begins when a
die-hard musical fan plays
his favorite cast album and
the show magically bursts
to life.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,
March 11, 2009. Based on
the hysterical Michael Caine
and Steve Martin film,
this delicious musical
comedy follows two con
artists as they take on the
lifestyles of the rich and
shameless.


Special to the News Bulletin
Songs and laughs punctuate the Broadway version of the
sensational comedy film "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels."


Be dazzled and thrilled by the acrobatics of "Jungua:
Descendants of the Dragon."


ARTIST SERIES:
(Individual tickets: $25)
* Jungua, Descendents of
the Dragon, Nov. 14. The
amazing skills of China's
finest acrobats and martial
arts masters fuse with
modern staging, exciting
choreography and dramatic
music/lighting.

* American Spiritual
Ensemble, Feb. 7, 2009.
A phenomenal repertoire
of classic spirituals, jazz,
Broadway numbers and
more that highlight the
black experience and
keep the American Negro
spiritual alive.

* Hubbard Street Dance,
Feb. 23, 2009. Chicago's
leading contemporary
dance, company is
acclaimed for its exuberant,
athletic and innovative
repertoire.

FAMILY EVENTS:
These shows are not
included in the Broadway
Season package; tickets
must be purchased
separately

* Oliver! Dec. 16 & 17,
2008. Hailed as one of the
best-loved musicals of all
time, Lionel Bart's Oliver!
brings to the stage some
of Charles Dicken's most
unforgettable characters,
along with one of the
musical theatre's most
-memorable scores. Hits
include as "Consider
Yourself," "Food, Glorious


Food" and. "Got to Pick a
Pocket or Two." Individual
tickets: $40 adults; $30
youth 18 & under.

* Moscow Cats Theatre,
March 21, 2009. Imagine
35 cats, one dog and 5
clowns performing original
and astounding acrobatic
feats, integrated into a non-
verbal, colorful and fun-
filled family show. Tickets:
$20 adults; $15 youth ,18 &
under.

TICKETS:
Season packages on
sale Aug. 25 Nov. 8 by
phone, in-person or by mail
only from the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center box office. The
Broadway Season Package
includes four shows for
$165. A 7-show Broadway/
Artist combo package is
$225.
For purchase of individual
show tickets, the popular
early ticket option is
available. Individual tickets
for any Broadway or Artist
show may be purchased
through the center's on-line
ticketing system, at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org,
starting at 9 a.m. Friday,
Sept. 5. Individual tickets will
be available from the box
office by phone or in-person
starting Monday, Sept. 8 at
9 a.m. The box office phone
and in-person hours are
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call (850) 729-6000
or toll free (888) 838-ARTS
(2787). For more information
or a season brochure, call
(850) 729-6000.


Be silly. Be creative. Have
fun.
These are some great,
ideas. They sound like a lot
of fun. I remember playing
road trip games like find all
the states license plates or
the alphabet game, finding
words on billboards from A
to Z. (It was always a chal-
lenge finding X). It kept us
all busy, our minds off the
time, and the kidc didn't
ask "are we there vet?" over
and over again. Enjoy your
trip and happy listening.

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


CONTACT US
On the Web: www.
citvofcrestrie\w.org library.
htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Ctestiiewv FL
32539 (Behiihd the Crest-
view Post Office)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"The single most impor-
tant activity for building
the knowledge required
for eventual success in.
reading is reading aloud to
children." Commission
on Reading: Becoming a
Nation of Readers.









A4 Crestview News Bulletih


LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008


Scouts visit chamber committee


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


Local Boy Scouts
learned more about gov-
ernmental issues Tuesday
morning, and a local gov-
ernmental issues commit-
tee learned more about lo-
cal Boy Scouts. -_
Area Boy Scouts of ..
America Unit Commis- -
sioner Rae Schwartz spoke r
about the organization i -. ..'-
during the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
Governmental Issues
Committee meeting.
Schwartz serves as unit Local Boy Sc
commissioner for 10 lo- follow to bec
cal troops. A typical unit
commissioner works with
three troops. ing.
"I wouldn't trade any "When we
of them," she said. "I've scouts in
got the best job in Boy we're really th
Scouts." citizenship,",
Five Boy Scouts and Committe
one Cub Scout in atten- Zethmayr
dance led the group in ,WJSB started
the Pledge of allegiance. by listing se
Several of them fulfilled politicians,
government merit badge other promit
requirements while at the who once
chamber. Most recent
Schwartz outlined the have some cc
things youths are expect- Boy Scouts.
ed to learn about govern- Zethmayr
ment as they rise through his start in ra
the ranks of Boy Scouts. Scout activity
She pointed out the em- "Whether
phasis placed on "citizen- become astroi
ship" at all levels of scout- idents," Sch


FAMU continued from Al


here that helps us grow,
say yes, as long as it isn't
something illegal."
Across the counter,
manager Viola Owens
said, "We're just all for it.
It's one of the best things
that could happen to
Crestview.
"It's going to be a real
boon to our businesses,"
Owens added. "Students
ne6d term papers, copies
and reports made."


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
:out Kyle Lusk tells the process he hopes to '
;ome an Eagle Scout as Unit Commissioner
Rae Schwartz looks on.


think about
government,
thinking about
she said.
e chair Cal
of WAAZ-
I the meeting
several dozen
athletes and
nent persons
were scouts.
t presidents
connections to

himself got
adio during a

these boys
nauts or pres-
hwartz said,


Like most Downtown
merchants, Owens of-
fered residents the oppor-
tunity to sign a petition
that is circulating among
businesses showing their
support for the proposed
pharmacy school.
A block away, as Hide-
away Pizza prepared to
open for Tuesday's lunch
crowd, manager Flora
Goodwin paused to say,
"It's absolutely, wonder-


"these boys will be better
for having been in scouts,
and that means the com-
munity will be better."


Other business
Zethmayr announced
the Chamber plans to send
a "strong letter of sup-
port" of the proposed local
Florida A&M pharmacy
school to city officials and
to FAMU.
The Olaloosa County
Candidates Fair, presented
by the chambers- of com-
merce around the county,
will be held 6 p.m. Aug. 14
at the Niceville Commu-
nity Center.,


ful!
"Crestview needs
something like that
"school," Goodwin said.
"I think it'll help not just
Main Street, but Down-
town Crestview it'll help,
too."

Do you think FAMU's
proposed campus will benefit
Crestview? Share your opin-
ion at www.crestviewbulle-
tin.corn


TO VOTE OR NOT TO VOTE?

THAT'S NOT THE QUESTION,

WHETHER YOU ARE INFORMED IS!


As the Primary Election quickly approaches, the Okaloosa
County Supervisor of Elections Pat Hollarn would like to
give you some important voting information:

Book Closing
The last day to register to vote or change your party affilia-
tion is July 28 for the August 26 Primary Election. Address
changes can be made at any time.

Early Voting
Early voting will be August 11 23, Monday Saturday,
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library
in Crestview and Northwest Florida Fairgrounds in
Fort Walton Beach.

2008 Primary Election
The August 26 Primary Election will feature Universal
Primary Contests as well as Republican Closed Primary
Contests. Many of the local races are Universal Primary
Contests because only candidates of one major party are
on the ballot. All registered voters of the jurisdiction,
regardless of party will be allowed to vote in the Universal
Primary Contests.

Absentee Ballots
Absentee Ballots are now available by mail or for pick-up
by voters at either office location. Requests can be made
via website, telephone, email, letter or in person. Third-
party pick-up by a designated immediate family member is
allowed 5 days before Election Day.

For more information visit www.govote-okaloosa.com.

302 Wilson Street N, Ste 102
Crestview, Florida 32536
Phone:850-689-5600
Fax: 850-689-5644
Pat KpOC i, Omior0 a Co unty Supoirvsor of 'otlons


Maple Flag coalition exercise


helped along by Eglin airmen


Dona Fair
U.S. Army & Air Force
Hometown News

COLD LAKE, Al-
berta, Canada When
the son and daughter of
two Crestview residents
arrived recently at this
remote Canadian prairie
setting, a haven for hik-
ers, hunters, and fisher-
men where it seems like
the sun never sets, it was
like stepping back in time
- a time of no four-lane,
congested highways and
full service gas stations.
Air Force Senior Air-
man Jeffery W. Gillum
(son of Jeff Gillum of
Crestview) and Staff
Sgt. Sarah J. Jornacion
(daughter of Lobella G.
Caliyo, also of Crestview)
were two of more than.
3,000 pilots, maintenance
and support specialists
from Canada, Germany,
France, the Netherlands,
New Zealand, Republic of
Singapore, and the Unit-
ed States, who descended
upon this small.Canadian
town to participate in Ex-
ercise Maple Flag 41, one
of the largest Air Force co-
alition training exercises
in the world.
Gillum, an F-15 aircraft
maintainer with the 58th
Air Maintenance Unit,
and Jornacion, a non-
destructive inspection


The Laurel Hill City
Council meets Thurs-
day at 7 p.m. at City
Hall. The public is in-
vited and encouraged to
attend.
I. Call meeting to order.
II. Prayer and Pledge of
allegiance.
III. Open Public Hear-


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craftsman with the 33rd
Maintenance Squadron,
are both assigned at Eglin
Air Force Base.
Maple Flag, an annual
exercise held at 4 Wing
Cold Lake, was devel-
oped in response to a
Vietnam War finding that
90 percent of aircraft loss-
es took place during the
first 10 combat missions.
Aircrew who survived
these critical first 10 mis-
sions were more likely to
survive the remainder of
their combat tour. Origi-
nally, the exercise was de-
signed to develop a junior
combat ready aircrew by
promoting initiative and
self-discipline in the air
and providing the oppor-
tunity for developing tac-
tical and leadership skills.
The exercise now pro-
vides Canadian and al-
lied aircrew with realistic
combat training in a mod-
em simulated air combat
environment.
"My role here is to
be a part of 58th Fighter
Squadron 'Gorillas' on a
successful training mis-
sion," said Jornacion.
Traditionally focused
on fighter aircraft, this
year's Maple Flag has an
increased involvement
from the Canadian Forces
air and ground compo-
nents, giving the, Cana-
dian Air Force expanded


ing.
Second reading Ordi-
nance #305.
Public Comments.
Council vote on sec-
ond reading.
IV. Approve minutes
from July 10, 2008.
V. Approve Payment of
the Bills.


capability during the
exercise. All of the forces
engage in daily missions
that involve confronting
and dealing with air and
ground-based threats.
"I am learning a lot
from being here. I am also
getting a lot of mosquito
bites," said Gillum.
The 4 Wing's cutting
edge technology and
training assets, combined
with vast unrestricted
airspace, and more than
640 targets at the Cold
Lake Air Weapons Range,
makes this a great place
for the aircrew to train.
Although the aircrews re-
ceive training upon their
arrival here, pre-depar-
ture preparations must
still be made before arriv-
ing at Cold Lake.
"I prepared for this ex-
ercise by working a lot of
take offs and landings at
Eglin," Gillum said.
"I really didn't do any
pre-trip preparation -
I'm just happy to be here
and take part in, the exer-
cise," Jornacion said.
With wide-open spac-
es, slightly rolling hills
scattered with dandeli-
ons, and quaint houses
surrounding the lake, life
here for Gillum, Joma-
don, and their teammates.
is quite a change from
what most of us experi-
ence in the United States.


VI. Adjourn City Coun-
cil meeting.
VII. Open Budget
Workshop.
2008-09 Millage Rate/
taxable values.
2008-09 Preliminary
Budget.
VIII. Close Budget
Workshop.


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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Locals attend HIV/AIDS conference


Special to the News Bulletin

The number of AIDS
cases among black fe-
males in Florida is 17
times higher than among
the state's white women.
HIV/AIDS has been the
leading cause of death
among black females in
the 25 to 44 age range for
the past 15 years.
In response to the cri-
sis, the state's Depart-
ment of Health held its
first conference dedi-
cated to educating com-
munity leaders and pub-
lic heath officials about
HIV prevention among
black women June 20-22
in Orlando. More than
600 people attended the
three-day event at Or-
lando's Florida Hotel and
Conference Center.
Four members of the
Okaloosa County Minor-
ity HIV/AIDS Task Force
attended the conference:
Tonsiaweda Y. Hayes, An-
gunetta Patterson, Kris-
sy Morgan and Sandra
Mims. The trip was possi-
ble with a grant from The
Red Ribbon Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Hayes, the Chairperson
of the Okaloosa County
Minority HIV/AIDS Task
Force said, "It was won-
derful to see African-
American women from
all over the state mobiliz-
ing together to fight this
epidemic, and we're glad
to be in.the fight." '
Discussion topics at
the conference included
HIV and Corrections, Ef-
-fective HIV Ministries,


Special to the News Bulletin
Four members of the Okaloosa County Minority HIV/AIDS Task Force attended a recent
HIV/AIDS awareness conference in Orlando: Tonsiaweda Y. Hayes, Angunetta Patterson,
Krissy Morgan and Sandra Mims. The trip was possible with a grant from The Red Ribbon
Charitable Foundation, Inc.


and The State of Black
Youth: HIV/AIDS Crisis
in Florida.
. Called "S.O.S.: Sistas
Organizing to Survive,"
the conference addressed
the disproportionate im-'
pact of HIV/AIDS upon
black women.
"We wanted to do
something to- mobilize
black women through
education and empow-
erment," said Ronald
Henderson, the health
. department's Statewide
Minority AIDS Coordina-


tor, who helped organize
the conference. "Our goal
is to empower women
to take .control of their
sexual health. We want
women to talk about
HIV/AIDS where they
live, work, play and wor-
ship."
Henderson said that
state health officials hope
to provide HIV testing for
100,000 women across the
state every year through
2010.
"Getting tested has
proven to be the single


most effective preventive
measure," he said.
The local task force
continues to meet at the
New Life Missionary Bap-
tist Church every Monday
after the fourth Sunday of
each month. This month
the organization is plan-
ning a sleepover for frank
discussion about HIV/
AIDS, including dinner
and the movie, "Life Sup-
port" with Queen Latifah.
For more information,
please contact Hayes at
(850) 621-4187.


Grover Long
Grover Long, age 63, of Crest-
view, passed away Saturday, July
19, 2008. He was born Dec. 18,
1944 in Holt. and was a lifelong
resident of Okaloosa County.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Rufus and Lou-
ise Long; son, Gerald. Long; two
brothers, Donnie and Buddy
Long.
Survivors include his son and
daughter-in-law, Mark and Rox-


anne Long; one daughter, Wanda
Long; two brothers, Jerry and Eu-
gene Long; five sisters, Helen Ber-
ry, Jean Faulkner, Kathy Belanger,
Betty Matheny and Fay Martin;
three grandchildren, Nicholas,
Logan and Jessica.
A memorial service was held
at 4 p.m. Monday, July.28 at First
Pentecostal Church with Rev.
Wilbur Hawkins officiating. "
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge, of ar-
rangements.


Runyon, Brown to wed
Alisha
Brown aid Ja-
son Runyon
would like to
announce their
engagement
and approach-
ing wedding.
The wedding
will be held at
Trigg County
Baptist Church,
Cadiz, Ky., on
August 2, 2008 at 5 pm.
Alisha is a graduate of Trigg County High School in
Cadiz. She is employed at WKDZ AM radio station. The
bride-to-be is the daughter of, Sheryl Goforth of Cadiz.
Jason is a 1998 graduate of Crestview High School.
He is employed at Cracker Barrel Country Stbre. He is
the son of Richard and Debbie Runyon of Crestview.
After the wedding, the couple will reside in Cadiz.


Back to School Bash set for Aug. 8


Special to the News Bulletin

Calvary Apostolic
Church at 101.0 Bay Street
in Crestview will host
its third annual Back-To-
School Bash on Aug. 8 at
the Old Spanish Trail Park
in Crestview.
Free pizza and soft
drinks will be served to


everyone who attends.
The giveaway'includes a
'free iPod, a $100 prepaid
Visa card, school supplies
and :cash, with a total of
about $1,000 in prizes.
If you would like to
contribute gifts or dona-
tions to the bash, contact
Pastor Charles Braneff Jr.
at 423-1198 or 682-6191.


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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


EDUCATION


WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008


Walker holds first GEO-Shapes Fair


Special to the News Bulletin

Fourth-graders at
Walker Elementary School
recently participated in an
exciting math event.
They were asked to find
household items and oth-
er "junk" in various geo-
metric shapes (cones, cyl-
inders, cubes, pyramids,
spheres) and reuse therm
to create a 3-D project.
The projects ranged
from models of boats, cit-
ies and machines, to new
inventions and even pets.


Antioch
Kindergarten
4 boxes *Crayola crayons,
24-ct.
1 box 8-count Crayola
basic color crayons
1 pair Fiskar scissors
2 bottles of Elmer's School
glue (no blue-clear or NO
RUN glue)
4 glue sticks
12 yellow #2 wooden
pencils, sharpened
plastic school box (no
bigger than 7 1/2"x5",
nothing decorative)
Crayola Watercolor Paints
Crayola Washable
Markers
1 beach-sized towel for
rest times (no blankets or
pillows)
Extra change of season-
appropriate; labeled
clothing in gallon-sized
bag
Book bag (no large rolling
book bags. Bags must fit
cubbies size 22" depth,
15.5" width and 11"
height).
Kleenex or some brand of
tissues
baby wipes

* Crayola brand crayons,
markers and watercolors
are more true to the basic
colors than other brands.

If you would like to make
a donation, they could
use; Boys cotton balls;
Ziplock storage bags; any
size; glitter; brown lunch
bag. Girls Fabric paints;
baby wipes, yarn, alcohol
free hand sanitizer.

First Grade
2 boxes of 24-count
Crayola crayons (not
Rose-Art)
2 bottles Elmer's White


FAIR WINNERS
First place: Haley Hill,
Tisha Melton's room
Second place: Caitlin
Rossman, Belinda
Howington's room.
Third place: Tanner
Williams, Debbie Haan's'
room.


The GEO-Shapes Fair
was the idea of North
Okaloosa County's Gift-
ed Center teacher Laura
Pink. The Gifted Center is


Glue
48 yellow #2 wooden
pencils with erasers (not
Sanford or Eagle Sanford
brand)
3 spiral wide-ruled
notebooks
2 red vinyl two-pocket
folders .with brads (not
binders)
2 blue vinyl two-pocket
folders with brads (not
binders)
1 pair Fiskar scissors
1 pkg. of 8 Crayola
markers (not Rose-Art)
Plastic school box (no
bigger than 7.5"x5")
No large rolling book bags
(all bookbags must fit in
cubbies size 24" depth,
12.5" width and 8 3/4
height).
If you would like to make
a donation, they could
use: Box of tissue; 1 box
gallon-size Ziplock bags;
alcohol free hand sanitizer
gel; Band-aids; 1 box
quart size Ziplock bags;
sanitizer wipes.

Second Grade
1 pkg. of wide-rule
notebook paper
1 pair of Fiskar scissors
1 bottle of Elmer's glue
(no gel)
2 boxes of 24-count
crayons
2 spiral 70-count wide rule
notebooks
24 wooden yellow pencils
(no Sanford)
2 pocket folders (no brads
in the middle, please)
2 large pink erasers
No rolling bookbags,
please. Bags must fit in
cubbies size 13 1/4"x
11.5".
If you would like to make
a donation, they could
use: tissues; Ziplock
bags; baby wipes.


8*6 w eet -ap i c



RALPH KING

Okaloosa County .
Commissioner '
District 1
When I am elected I will be your
Full Time Commissioner.
In my former position as Electronic Supervisor in the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Water & Sewer Department, I discussed the issues with the people
who have dirt on their shoes and a shovel in their hands, as well as
businessmen and property owners. I have seen much unnecessary
waste, un-wise spending and duplication of efforts not only in that de-
partment, but others as well.
As your Commissioner, I intend to address these issues in an effort to
better utilize the taxes you pay as a citizen of Okaloosa County. Other
issues important to me are, of course, the traffic problems on Highways
85 and 98, unpaved roads, wooden bridges and rebuilding Lake Silver.
Paid Political Advertisement approved by Ralph King, Republican Candidate for County Commissioner District 1


located at Walker.
Pink created the pro-
gram in 1989 while teach-
ing math at a junior high
school in Arkansas.
She says her goal was
"to intertwine students of
all abilities as they incor-
porated math and science
through their creativity
and problem solving abili-
ties."
Awards were given for
the most aesthetic, most
creative and most geo-
metric shapes, as well as
awards for the most real-


Third Grade
2 boxes of crayons, 16- or
24-count
2 spiral notebooks
1 bottle of Elmer's glue
(no gel)
1 glue stick
4 pkg. of notebook paper
(white, wide-ruled)
1 pair of Fiskar scissors
1 box of colored pencils
(12- or 24-count)
2 dozen #2 wooden
pencils with eraser
1 large pink eraser
7 unlabeled pocket folders
with brads (2 red, 2 blue,
.yellow, green and purple)
1 small plastic pencil box
No large rolling bookbags,
please. Bags must fit
in cubbies size 13.5"
width by 10.5" height.
All bookbags must fit in
cubbies.

Please replenish supplies
as needed.
If you would like to make
a donations to the third
grade, they could use:
1 box of tissues; 1 box
of Ziplock bags; 1 box of
band-aids; 1 large bottle of
alcohol free hand sanitizer;
1. box of markers; 1 box
of baby wipes; 1 box of
antibacterial wipes.

Fourth Grade
1 24-count box of
crayons
1 12- or 24-count box of
colored pencils
2 pkg. of yellow #2 wooden
pencils with erasers (no
gel pencils, please)
1 4-oz. bottle of Elmer's
white glue
1 pair of Fiskar scissors
6 pkg. of notebook paper
(white, wide-ruled)
6 pocket folders with
brads (unlabeled) yellow,
blue green purple, red and
orange
5 spiral notebooks
1 1/2-inch 3-4ingf clear
view binder
1 black and white marbled
composition book.


istic, most inventive and
most unusual use of ma-
terials.
Haley Hill says she
liked the way the project
allowed her to combine
her skills in mathematics
and art.-
"My favorite part was
seeing other people's good
ideas," said Hill, the over-
all first-place winner.
Judges for the event
were community leaders,
with math-related careers,
and several members of
the teaching profession.


2 glue sticks, 1 pkg
highlighterss (2 or 3 pack,
any color)
2 red pens
1 pencil box or. bag
1 ruler (metric. and
customary)
No Trapper Keepers,
notebooks or large rolling
book bags. All bookbags
must fit in cubbies size
22" depth x 10.5 width x
10" height.
If you would like to make
a dohation to fourth
grade, they could use:
1 box of tissues; 1 box
Band-aids, alcohol-free
hand sanitizer; Ziplock
bags.

Fifth Grade
Please replenish paper
and pencils as needed.
.1 pkg. of colored pencils
1 pkg. of yellow #2 wooden
pencils with erasers
2 pkg. of wide-ruled
notebook paper
1 pkg. blue checking ball
point pen
1 bottle of Elmer's white
glue
1 ruler (metric and
customary)
4 folders with .brads and
pockets (unlabeled)
1 black and white marbled
composition book
1 pkg. of centimeter graph
paper
1 pair of pointed Fiskar
scissors
1 lidless plastic tub (no
wider than 10 1/2" and no
taller than 8")
2 1-inch 3-ring binders
with pockets
3 sets of 8-section binder
dividers
2 packs of 3x5 index
cards*
No Trapper Keepers or
large rolling book bags
please. All bookbags must
fit cubbies size 1,0"x12".
If you would like to make
a donation to the fifth
grade, they could use: 4
boxes of tissues; 1 box of
Ziplock bags.


S senior Portraits

Family y Beach Children


Northwest Florida
State College (formerly
Okaloosa-Walton College)
announced the spring term
2008 graduates. Seven
hundred and seventy-five
individuals graduated from
the college for the spring
semester that ended in
May.

Highest honors
Students earning Highest
Honors, a grade point
average of 4.0, include:

Associate of Arts Degree -
Highest Honors
Crestview: Linda Margaret
Hoang
Laurel Hill: Amber Lynn
Fortune

Certificate Highest Honors
Crestview: Mari.nne Behr,
Rachel Lashay Hilton, Rachel
Lashay Hilton, Jeanne M. Long,
Susan Longman, Tanya Miles,
Victoria L. Teems, Keno R.
Wallace
Laurel Hill: Sheila A. Walley


High
Students
Honors, a
average of
include:


Honors
earning High
grade point
3.8 to, 3.99,


, Associate of Arts Degree -
High Honors
Baker: Jessica Borsi
Crestview: Shaun Stefan
Gunter,- Lauren Thornhill, Beth
Wood

Associate of Applied
Science Degree High
Honors
Crestview: Ronald W. Luke,
Jeffrey Allen Morgan

Educator Preparation
Institute -,High Honors
Crestview: Amy M. Gray

Honors
Students earning Honors,
a grade point average of 3.5
to 3.79, include:

Associate of Arts Degree -
Honors
Baker: Rebecca Horton,
Christopher Calvin Shelley
Crestview: Lauren Arevalo,
Kizzie L. Donaldson, Shana
Leigh Heagwood, Sara Janes,
Allyson Morgan Luenser, Dareen
Mohamad, Daniel Rivera, Taleana
Talmon, Jeremiah Walker,
Rebecca Windham, Luke Andrew
Wirtes, Kyrsten B. York

Associate of Applied
Science Degree- Honors
Crestview: William Francis
Burt Jr., Thomas Darold Allison
Laurel Hill: Gary J.. Pritchard

Associate of Science
Degree- Honors:
Crestview: Rebecca
Garrison, Kathryh Elise Hogg,
Lindsey Nichelle Hogg

Certificates Honors
Crestview: Marianne -Behr,
Tonya Demetrice Bell, Maria E.
Sheets, Jennifer Marie Smith,
Michael Anthony Wirth

Educator Preparation
Institute Honors
Crestview: Kristi Lynn
Davison

Degrees and
certificates
Students who completed
the requirements for degrees
and certificates include:


Bachelor of Applied-
Science Degree
Baker: Adam Barnhill ...
Crestview: Scott Austin
Bailey, Joseph Nathanael
McKnight, Dallas Gene Watts

Associate Of Arts Degree
Baker: Christopher Wade
Booker, Caleb Mark Forehand,
Charles Eugene Hewett- III,
Kayleigh Kinsey, Stephen Grant
Lanier, Whitney Mason, Rachel
Sailor, Tyrez Jamaal Young
Crestview: Alison Marie
Albano, Breeana Nicole Alston,
Rachael Auger, ChristopherBpeal,
April Jean Bentley, Ashley Nicole
Bolton, Mynndie Rae Bow&en,
Callie May Breen, Melody BrSks,
Katharine Amand Bryden, Cheryl
Ann Buess, Christopher Joseph
Burt, Patricia Campbell, Kimberly
Currie, Patricia A: Darling,; Adam
P. Davis, Sheila Ann Davis,
Erica V. Debolt, Angela Dettloff,
Charles Ditto, Kaitlyn -Anne
Ducharme, Megan Marie Estes,
Jesus R. Fuentes Jr., Nicole Leigh
Grisham, Jessica L. Hardway,
Matthew C. Havard, Terry
Eugene Hayes III, Sherri Lynnette
Jackson, Jacqueline Sue King,
Brittni Lynn Klugh, Amanda
Lanum, Patrick M. McDaniel,
Rachael Ciara McGriff, Krystal
Rosemarie McLane,. Matthew
James.McPalmer, Christopher G.
Merriner, Tiffany Brianne Miller,
Taylor Ann Munley, Victoria Lynne
Murray, Tristin- Nauta, Ezairis
Patricia Nieves, Bradley Justice
Parker, Andrew Robert Percival,
Joseph E. Pippins, Michael
Prokop, Daniel M. Roberts,
Christina Rodriguez, Angela
Maria Salcedo, Amber Michelle
Smith, Amber B. Southard,
Christina Eileen Spencer, Clibton
Lamar Stephens, David Shawn
Taylor, George Edward Vickers,
Deltra Renae Westfall, Angela
Christine Wilkins,Anne Wilkinson,
John B. Williams IIIl, Patricia C.
Williamson, Richard Andrew
Winkler, Melissa Woollums .
Holt: Bradley S. Steele- ,
Laurel. Hill: Christopher
Micheal Castille, Bianca Castillo,
Trey Lewis Shipman, Kimberly,
Suzanne Walker
Paxton: Gretchen Adams,
Taylor Johnson

Associate of Applied
Science Degree
Crestview: DerekT. Altbrook,
Jessica Ashley Arango, Scott
Austin Bailey, Talisha D. Bruce,
Carrie E., Frederickson, Chtisty
Renee Harbottle, Alexandra
Nicolla Kearney, April A. Little,
Robert J. Martorelli Jr., Ashley L.
Milone, Stephen G. Ott, Daniel
M. Roberts, Brannon A. Small,
Steven E. Smith, Theresa Smith,
Dallas Gene Watts, Kevin Michael
Woerner, Lewis

Associate of Science,
Degree
Crestview: Jennifer Bray,
Jenna Lynn Carmical, Khursana
K. Duty, Julian P. Elges, Teresa
K. Hudson, Alissa Nicole Kabler,
Sarah Madge Lindsay, Erin
Munley, Kelly Dennis Myers,
Brandie Lea Postrero, Mickde D.
Richardson, Danette D. Sanders,
Brandi Kay Seay, Heather-Lynn
Sneed

Certificate
Crestview: Justin L. Abrisch,
Joseph Michael Benoit, Kristin
N. Cochran, Auburn Gene Gox,
Megan R. Hart, Gene Lingold
Hoyle, Sahamara Justice,
Kimberly Ann Keen, Gihny
Beth McCallum, London C.
McCullough, Alan L. Pinker,
Edwin Rivera, Tye L. Salo, Kerem
Suhi

Applied Technology -
Diploma
Crestview: Kyla Nelms


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A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Allen, Logan / Blum,
Audrey / Brenning, Hannah / Caldwell,
William / Daluz, C. K. / Dianat, Trinity /
Johnson, Kailey / Keller, Kiana / Klose,
Jen-Yi / LaRue, Rani / Mesta, Clarissa
r/. Moore. Jahara / Norris, Bryson /
,North, Madison / Pourcillie, Garrit /
, Ream, Skyler / Robinson, Emily Grace
,,. 1 Rushing, Jade / Sanders, Natalie /
;,.Staples, Jonathan / Suriano, Sophia /
Terry, Dillon / Torster, Aaron
S2nd Grade: Bragg, Evan / Brown,
,,Alyssa / Cabarle, Emily / Carrico, Austin
/Geier, Julia/Lewis, Antionette/ Metral,
Henry / Philpott, Abby / Philpott, Erin /
Pierce, Miranda / Rozofsky, Hannah /
Scheer-Martinez, Sandra / Schwieg,
Everett / Tucker, Emily / Ward, lan
3rd Grade: Davis, Wyatt / Grois,
,i.Gabriella / Gunter, Drew / Johnson,
Alyssa / Kelley, Preston / Kelsey,
'Hannah / Ramsey, Joshua / Springle,
', Joshua / Stegner, Quinn
4th grade: Calimlim, Justin /
Chisolm, Jalaiyah / Cole, Shelby
/ Hodge, Mikayla / Parker, Jace /
Philpott, C. J. / Slaughter, Emily
5th Grade: Bushaw, Kylie / Frazier,
Alyssa / Gooden, Nekia / Hunker,
Esther / Pan, Rachel
AB Honor Roll
1st Grade: Adams, Anna / Aiguier,
Tanner / Allen, Logan / Arrington,
Deshaun / Bicknell, Rylee / Brammer,
Anna-Grace / Brock, Logan / Cabrillas,
Derek / Campbell, Slade / Canady,
Terriaon / Clark, Zack / Cox, Alyssa /
-,Culpepper, Heather/Daugherty, Kevin/
, Davis, Kale / Deehr, Yazmeen / Duenas,
Natalie / Feole, Ashley / Franzone,
Katelyn / Fuszner, Jadyn / Gustafson,
: Kendrick / Harris, Tyler / Hines, Tenasha
/ Hobbs, Mya / Hood, Josiah / Kelsey,
Rachel / Kempski, Elizabeth / Kendrick,
Joycelyn / Kimm, Elizabeth / Kline,
Anna / Kline, Joshua / Krcik, Joshua
Lay, McKenna / Legendre, Cierra
/ Maddox, Mila / Maharaj, Madison
/ Matthews, Kyshaya / McDaniel,
Jasmine / McIntyre, Jordan / Medina,
Jeo / Mensen, Marisa / Meredith,
- Zacchari / Moody, Katelynn / Morales,
2.Anthony / O'Hara, Jacob / Parrish,
2 Dakari / Paxton, Shaylah / Riffle, Joshua
S/ Roberts, Gabriel / Roche, Kai / Rusco,
SMitchell / Schultz, Gregory / Seward,
Cody / Sexton, Emily / Simmons, Sara
/ Sims, Adonis / Slaughter, Xzavian
/ Small, Randi / Son, Brian / Stokes,
Melea / Sullivan, Austin / Syed, Zuhair
/ Thomas, Brayden /Thompson, Bailey
/ Tiller, Frank / Tofte, Zachary / Toney,
Elizabeth / Torster, Amelia / Triplett, Lee
S/Van Dusen, Dominic / Ward, Savanna
/ Washington, Amber / Webb, Derrick /
a Williams, Jack / Willis, Daisy / Wilson,
Matthew / Zoltek, Shannon
2nd Grade: Allen, Sky / Anchor,
Sarah / Bell, Jamie / Black, Drew /
Bouchard, Milton / Bouchard, Rod /
Brenning, Sydney / Brito-Wilson, Lucy
/ Bumgardner, Taylor / Carroll, Alyssa /
Clay, Tyler / Cole, Lauren / Couey, Dyllon
/Dillon, Alexis/ Duncan, Hunter/Duran,
Aleah / Erk, Stephen / Evans, Alexis /
Fisher, Brianna / Flowers, Hayleigh /
Fox, Zachary / Garcia-Thornton, Ricky


/ Green, Chi'ante / Hemphill, Megan-
Ann / Hensley, Jacob / Huetter, Jacob
/ Inness, Katelynn / Jenceleski, Allison
/ Jornacion, EJ / Kaiser, Mary Ellen /
Kirkpatrick, Ailee / Koehne-Johnson,
Nicholas / Koger, Kayla / Krcik, Arianna
/ Labbe', Mariah / Lancaster, Thomas
/ Little, Max / Lock, Xavier / Madden,
Emily / Maine, Sean / McPherson,
Spencer / Mensen, Kelsi / Meredith,
Hannah / Messier-Hensz, Dakota /
Morgan, Nikolas / Muhammad, Aleem /
Owens, Marissa / Oyler, Kylie / Parsons,
Robert / Pefia, Aidan / Pereira, Kayla
/ Polanco, Isis / Price, Lane / Reich,
Tanner / Roberts, Matthew / Roseberry,
Peyton / Scheiterle, Aaron / Scialdo,
Tim /oSessions, Brandon / Sienko, Brent
/ Sima, Lexi / Simmons, Holly / Simon,
Rachel / Stoutenburgh, Ryan / Strom,
Hannah / Strom, Mimi / Stuart, Ashton /
Syed, Ammar / Thursby, Jacob / Vasko,
Katrina / Wesley, LaTerra / Williamson,
Jaida / Woodard, Jacob / Wrathell,
Jade / Zavala, Yisaac
3rd Grade: Acol, Andrew / Adams,
Nick / Bertling, Daniel / Bondi, Emily
/ Brock, Morgan / Cabrillas, Kaitlin /
Carter, Jazzmin / Cheney, Brendan /
Critcher, Taylor / Dewise, Cade/ Feolev,
Derek / Francis, Emily / Garcia, Brianna
/ Gerard, Hunter / Henderson, Skyler /
Hoyt, Ivy / Kane, Alexis / Lawson, Jaylah
/ Loften, Wimberly / Mallette, Rachel
/ Mears, Brenden / Milligan, Jacob /
Mowrey, Jacob/Muhammad, Mujtabaa
/ Mullarkey, Braxton / Oglesby, Jessica
/ Pope, Ryan / Pratt, Ashlee / Redd,
Keenan / Rogers, Marisa / Rusco,
Ben / Slingerland, Ryan / Tolbert, Tate
/ Valdez, Tyler / Via, Caitlyn / Ward,
Destiny / Wesolowski, Vincent / West,
Timothy / Williams, Ty
4th Grade: Allen, Parker / Anchor,
Thomas / Armstrong, Corey / Balazs,
Erika / Berry, Bryant / Bouley, Emma /
Bush, Christion / Calderwood, Brittany
/ Clott, Samuel / Coffey, AJ / Coleman,
Alexander/ Dale, Katy / Ferguson, Aaron
/ Fordham, Shelby / Gainer, Malique /
Gilbert, Saarah / Hunsberger, Jessica /
Jenceleski, Eric / Jones, Austin / Kelly,
Joya / Martin, Arik / Michalke, Travis
/ Mincey, Andrew / Nichols, Melissa
/ Parsons, Rachel / Pefia, Roman /
Pittman, Logan / Porter, Alexis / Raines,
Mycha / Ramos, Alexandria / Saldana,
Tanairis / Santiago, Katie / Schirmer,
Zachary / Schwieg, Julia / Smith,
Wesley / Torster, Kara / Turner, Dalyn
/ Tyler, Lacey / Ward, Tristan / Wright,
Benjamin
5th Grade: Brown, Kayla / Bufkin,
Jared / Camacho, Valerie / Cannonier,
Charissa / Chatman, Ashleigh /
Cumbia, Jill / Dewise, Dalton / Dianat,
Alex / Estep, Baylee / Fader, Victoria /
Fahie, Janaai / Farrar, Kianna / Geier,
Philip / Gileau, Brett / Green, Ashton
/ Hepworth, Suzin / James, Tyler /
Johnson, Brandon / Kelsey, Julia /
Kimm, Matthew / Kitchens, Joshua /
Lloyd, Sierra / Maine, Lauren / Metral,
Cristina / Page, Christyn / Ramos, A.J.
/ Ramsey, Allison / Rantlett-Lopez,
Pablo / Rogers, Eliette / Sawyer, Kalyn
/ Sledge, Isaiah / Stoutenburgh, lan /
Thweatt, Ariel / Tucker, Andrew /Tyson,
Haley


Walker's kids show big talent


Special to the News Bulletin

Students at Walker Elemen-
tary School recently had another
opportunity to let their lights
shine.
Shine they did, as students
from kindergarten through fifth
grades performed a talent show
in front of a full house in late May.-
Parents, relatives, teachers
and friends watched as students
dazzled with performances
ranging from shining vocal so-
los and duets to flawless jazz
piano performances.
Macie Adams, a fifth-grade
student in Louisa Ogilvie's
class, took first place with an in-
spiring vocal solo performance.. .
of Martina McBride's song "Do
It Anyway."
Second place went to two
first-grade students. Olivia Hur-
ley from Selena Alford's class f
and Grace Melton from Kelli '
Sanders' class delighted the ". M
audience with a comical panto-
mime skit to the tune of the Wil-
liam Tell overture.
In third place was Brittany
Trent, a fifth-grade student
in Heather Jacobs' class. She
brought artistic style to the show
with her interpretive dance. She .;
chose the song "Breath of Heav-
en" by Amy Grant.
The emcee for the night was l
Jordyn Andrews. The fifth-grade
student council member from
Erika Keefe's class did a job
worthy of a professional as she -
announced the acts, entertained
the audience between perfor- ,. ,
mances and awarded trophies. --
It was the first time Jordan had Above, Olivia Hurley
hosted an event of this kind, but and Grace Melton,
it is likely that it won't be her second-place winners
last! i CAt left, Brittany Trent
The event was coordinated (left), third-place
by PTO President Amy Hollo- winner; and Macie
way with help from her commit- A winner
tee, including Walker Student
Council members. Holloway Special to the News
hopes the event's success this Bulletin
year will encourage even greater
participation in next year's
show.

Did you attend the Walker tal- '
ent show? Tell us your favorite acts .
by posting a note at crestviewbul- ,
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Opinion & Editorial


A8


WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. 2008








Here is a sampling of what people had to say
about recent north Okaloosa County news top-
ics. Comments were collected from the Crest-
view News Bulletin Web site.

Topic: News Bulletin examines motor-
cycle safety after recent tragedies.
According to the NHSTB the number
one cause of motorcycle accidents is other
vehicles failing to yield right of way to the
motorcycle A reader's rant about bikers
being just as responsible as drivers behind
the wheel is not a good one Perhaps the
reader was referring to the responsible
young lady who was busy yakking on the
cell phone and trying to change her CD
when she slanuned into the back of my
wife's car causing permanent damage to
her back? Or would the reader be referring
to those responsible drivers who habitually
run the red light 3-4 cars at time, while I
wait to make my legal turn? Or the drivers
who abruptly change lanes with no sig-
nals? Or drivers who tailgate? Please, don't
stereotype all bikers as irresponsible. Hel-
met or no helmet isn't the issue. Safe streets
for all and by all is.

Topic: First Assembly of God coffee
shop donations support missions abroad.
I think this is great! It gives our com-
munity another choice. And for the record
they help many, many locals with food ev-
ery week, a place to stay. foster kids, angel
tree, bus fares, so double check before you
put them down. Great job First Assembly!

Looks like the start of another mega
church. This really wouldn't be so bad if
it was being used to take care ot our own
right here in America but I guess they nev-
er heard the saying charity begins at home,
but should not end there. Must be worth
more brownie points to just skip home and
go right to there.

Topic: News Bulletin recalls the first
hanging in Okaloosa County
If we still had this kind of justice there
would be far less violent crime and pedo-
philla

Topic: Discussions about proposed
Florida A&M pharmacy school continue.
The school sounds like a excellent
chance for the Alatex building to arise like
the legendary Phoenix. Let's give our five
council members a chance to get the details
worked out with FAMfU. They should be in
a fully informed path to move forward af-
ter that. Nothing said by the media, city or
Sen. (Durell) Peaden suggest anything but
a state of the art school is for discussion.
Crestview is deserving of something good
in its future.

Why hasn't a school the size of FAMU
returned the written proposal they prom-
ised weeks ago?

Not any of the city council members
have spoke against the FAMU school. but
have simply asked for a proposal from the
school, like what they expect from the city.
It doesn't seem like too much to ask in a
business proposition such as this



Profundity
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SPASSING A road map to new


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NWF State College: There's much in a name


When I walk through the
hall of the college admin-
istration building where
pictures of the founding,
former, and current Trustees
are displayed, I am thankful
for the leadership of indi-
viduals in our community
and state who have had
both the courage and the
wisdom to seize the initia-
tive to provide higher edu-
cation opportunities for our,
area and for Florida.
As a community college
educator with more than 36
years of experience in the
community college system,
I consider nothing more
important to Florida higher
education than the creation
of the original community
college system some 50
years ago with its emphasis
on access and affordability.
With the creation of the new
State College System by the
2008 legislature, Florida has
elected to use some of its
community colleges to assist
in providing greater access
to baccalaureate education
in Florida.
Forty-five years ago local
community leaders joined
together to make Okaloosa-
Walton Junior College a re-
ality. The school flourished
as a junior college, with a
primary emphasis on aca-
demic education for transfer
to Florida universities. In
1988, the college governing
board changed the name to


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as our college I


Dr. Bob Richburg, president of
Northwest Florida State College

ton Commu- yet another level of service.
recognize the When the 2008 legislature
)n that had passed the bill creating a
;r the years State College System, Oka-
ision of the loosa-Walton College was
ral programs, named as one of the initial
elopment ini- state colleges. Part of the
her endeav- bill authorized our Trust-
ees to use the words 'State
'ears later, the College' in the institution's
a passed legis- name to reflect our expand-
g community ed mission. Demonstrating
2r bachelor's our firm commitment to the
cific work- community college mission,
meet the state- the following will continue
for educated to characterize Northwest
oosa-Walton Florida State College:
college re- The full community
developing college mission remains
programs in in place. The array of pro-
ement and grams at the college will
in 2004, the continue to include adult
stitution was basic education, preparatory
to reflect the education, associate in arts,
degree offer- associate in science, and as-
accalaureate sociate in applied science.
As this new The college maintains its
d, college commitment to access and
3, and myself an open door for admis-
e often heard sions. Northwest Florida
)ugh 'com- State College will admit
ot part of our students who have earned
ll a major part a high school diploma or
nity. its equivalent and will con-
:ommitment tinue to provide the sup-
nity continues port services to ensure all
progresses to students the opportunity for


"Success by Degrees."
Tuition will remain at the-.
community college level for
freshman and sophomore
education. At Northwest
Florida State College, our
combined tuition and fees
are the lowest of all public
institutions in the State of
Florida. This affordability
factor is a key value of our
Board of Trustees and the
college administration. At
the baccalaureate level, tu-
ition and fees will remain
approximately 20 percent
lower than at Florida uni-
versities.
I fully anticipate most
freshman and sophomore
students at our institution
will come from Okaloosa
and Walton counties, just
as they do today. However,
as baccalaureate programs
expand at our college, we
will see more students from
nearby counties. The college
will recruit and serve A.A.
and A.S. graduates from our
neighboring community
colleges and will welcome
transfer students from
universities. Consequently,
our service area increases
to include all of Northwest
Florida.
So, as we look at the ex-
citing and inspiring changes
that have come through the
years, we need to praise the
trustees who founded the'
college and praise the trust-
ees throughout its history


Letter to the Editor: A church in need


The Victory Baptist
Church of Liberty was par-
tially consumed by fire dur-
ihg the morning on July 9.
This structure was
erected in 1916. The build-
ing construction crew was
instrumental in naming the
community "Liberty." The
building was an elementary
and junior high school until


1961. The county sold the
property to Mrs. Opel Da-
vidson, who then donated
it to the Victory Baptist
Church, where it served the
citizens of Liberty. The pres-
ent pastor of the church is
Mr. Alvin Wade.
The fire was contained
in the attic and the building
was saved by firefighters


with minimal structural
damage.
The fire is not considered
suspicious and the church
does not currently have any
insurance on the facility.
Liberty Fire District recom-
mends other area churches
consider helping Victory
Baptist get back on its feet.
Any donations of labor, ma-


trials or monetary dona-
tions can be made by con-
tacting Pastor Alvin Wade.
This building is of his-
torical importance to the
Liberty community and de-
serves proper restoration.

Tony Roy
Chief
Liberty Fire District


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OCSO deputy killed
in line of duty
FORT WALTON
BEACH Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Deputy
Anthony Forgione was
shot and killed Tuesday
morning as he tried to ap-
prehend a man who es-
caped from the hospital.
His shooter is also dead.
Forgione was 33 years
old and had two daugh-
ters, 5 and 10. Thursday
would have marked his
three-year anniversary
with the Sheriff's Office.
He'd previously worked
for the Fort Walton Beach
Police Department.
The shooter was 47-year-
old Mark Rohlman, one of
six brothers who grew up
in the same Plymouth Ave-
nue house he died in Tues-
day morning, according to
neighbors.
Deputies picked up
RohIman Monday after-
noon for an involuntary ex-
amination under the Baker
Act. He had been uncoop-
erative when he was taken
to the Bridgeway Center
and transferred to the Fort


Walton Beach Medical Cen-
ter where he later escaped.
Deputies found Rohl-
man and took him back to
the hospital, but not before
the man kicked out a patrol
car window, Michele Nich-
olson with the Sheriff's Of-
fice said.
Early Tuesday morn-
ing, deputies learned Rohl-
man had escaped again
and barricaded himself in
his childhood home at 331
Plymouth Avenue. The
house had been vacant
for months and the phone
disconnected after Walter
Rohlman, the shooter's
father, died. The Special
Response Team and Crisis
Negotiation Unit tried to
talk Rohlman out of the
home with a bull horn.
The SRT and negotiators
got no further response and
went into the home about
6 a.m. Tuesday. Rohlman
shot Forgione who was lat-
er pronounced dead at the
Fort Walton Beach Medical
Center.
Deputies returned fire
and Rohlman died at the
scene.
Forgione and his fam-
ily lived in Niceville where
his brother is also a law en-
forcement officer.


Fire causes $50,00
in damages
A fire that started in
the laundry room of a
home at 2422 Cumberland
Way caused an estimated
$50,000 in damage on
Sunday morning. When
the homeowner noticed
smoke and flames coming
from the dryer, she closed
the laundry room door to
the kitchen and evacuated
with her four children.
Fire damage was lim-
ited to the laundry room,
but there was smoke dam-
age throughout the one-
year-old home. The cause
of the fire was attributed
to a buildup of lint in the
dryer.
Firefighters from North
Okaloosa Fire Rescue were
joined by apparatus and
crews from Crestview and
Dorcas Fire Departments.

Lightning strikes
Crestview home
Lightning struck a
Crestview home on Mon-
day afternoon, causing
$100,000 worth of dam-
age.
Lightning struck the
roof of a home at 240 Cita-


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The Crestview Fire De-
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Fire District and Dorcas
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There were no injuries.

Chase results in
arrest of driver
A 32-year-old Georgia
man led Crestview Police
officers on a chase through
the residential neighbor-
hood north of West James
Lee Boulevard last week.
Shannon Dewayne Mc-
Cart, of Temple, Ga., was
first spotted driving in ex-
cess of 60 mph on North
Lloyd Street, a 25 mph
zone. When the police of-
ficer attempted to stop
McCart's 1996 Chevrolet
pick-up, the driver pulled
into the News Bulletin's
parking lot as if to com-
ply.


He then abruptly de-
parted the lot and "accel-
erated his vehicle into the
oncoming east- and west-
bound traffic traveling on
U.S. Hwy. 90," the arrest
report stated.
The officer continued to
pursue McCart's vehicle
as it ran several stop signs
in the neighborhood. Mc-
Cart nearly struck a vehi-
cle stopped at a stop sign
at Coleman Street and U.S.
Highway 90, but swerved
into the wrong lane to
avoid an accident.
The report said McCart
paused in the Crestview
West shopping center with
his door open as if to get
out, but when he spied the
police car still in pursuit,
he took off again.
After nearly striking an-
other car paused at a stop
sign on Mapoles Street,
McCart jumped from his
truck and ran into the
backyard of a residence,
the report said.
Officers then chased


McCart to the former
Winn-Dixie store at the
Crestview West Center.
The store's facade is cov-
ered in scaffolding as it un-
dergoes renovation.
"Mr. McCart then
climbed up onto the scaf-
folding and then on top
of the roof," the report
said. "Mr. McCart ran to
the west end of the roof
prior to jumping into a tree
which overhung the roof."
Officers at the scene
were able to talk McCart
down from the tree, the re-
port stated. He was arrest-
ed for resisting an officer
without violence as well as
several traffic infractions.
"Mr. McCart stated ...
that he was running be-
cause he knew his ... Geor-
gia license was suspended
in 2001 for DUI," the of-
ficer wrote in his report.
"Mr. McCart kept telling
me how sorry he was for
running and requested I.
not charge him with a fel-
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B, Semipro football
S team debuts


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 Hills Park.
The camp is open for
children ages 4-14. It will be
led by veteran coach James
McDermott.
Cost of the camp is $20.
Pre-registration by Thursday
is required.
Campers should bring
their own soccer ball.

Crestview football
season tickets
Reserved seating for the
2008 Crestview High football
season goes on sale Aug.
1 to existing ticket holders.
Tickets are $35 and will be
sold daily at the CHS main
office from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Any remaining seats will be
made available to the gen-
eral public Aug. 8.

BAYA football
and cheer camp
Baker Area Youth
Association football
and cheerleading camp
starts Monday 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 off at
noon. Cost is $45 ($30 for
Foxwood members). Lunch
is included. 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 Saturday at Foxwood
Country Club. Proceeds will
help local residents receive
heeded 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 spon-
sorships are available. Format
is four-person Florida Lowball.
For details about the tourna-
ment or about the Crestview
Lions Club, call 682-2012.

Baker JV
Players grades 7-9 inter-
ested 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 -,iiI-;.
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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See BRIEFS B3


B 'True Hero'
S visits Crestview


what's 7
B7 happening.
SCOMMUNITYEVENTS


days


Brunson says CHS has enjoyed productive summer

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

att Brunson
put the
Crestview
football team
.. .,,through an off-season
S -workout Monday as
mid-morning tempera-
"tures soared near 90
J: degrees.,
With three weeks be-
-. fore the official start of
-., fall practice on Aug. 11,
V0 the Bulldogs are hitting
Q their stride in anticipa-
Stion of the new season.
,:"....k "We've been hitting
S the weights hard and
doing our speed work-
outs," Brunson said.
_"'.;. "We went to a throw-
~ .~',-.-.- ,ing tournament (pass-
-,:4 a,:ing league) and threw
.' a couple of times on
S-Thursday.
.:, ~~"But pretty much
*.-.we've worked on in-
creasing strength levels
". "and to try and condi-
NO. tion between now and
.. .- .- Aug. 11. Conditioning
will be very important,
..... as will getting our base
"package in so we will
. be ready to go when we
fyN "get in pads Aug.14."
."- .'""""' Some coaches at-
..tend passing leagues to
F .. . fine-tune the offense.
-----. ... ,Brunson thinks the
... ..
...:. "' 'leagues are just impor-
tant for defenders.
"I think it is good to
.,'........ .get your defensive guys
--,...>.... .i" moving around and
..............-.breaking on the ball,"
".. he said. "Offensively, I
';think it's hard to simu-
AM' ,4, late a pass rush and
.. ..,.getting (the ball off).
But as far as the guys
running routes and get-
;,, ..ting the football there
.,. :. ""on time, (quarterback)
"M Jason (Parker) has done
,'. .' a good job and our re-
""... ceivers have stepped
Ap" up and worked hard.
......... '_ Brunson said Artis
Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview quarterback Jason Parker drops back to throw
during a CHS summer football workout. See DAWG B2



Please be quiet; I'm trying to watch the game


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Most people who
know me (and a lot who
don't) know I'm a big fan
of college football and
I'm not just talking about
my waistline.
I love almost every-
thing about the college
game with one big
exception.
The thing I don't like
about college football -
or for that matter, any
televised sporting event:
today's announcers.
I've often wondered
why it takes four and
sometimes five "talking
heads" to do the same
job two people once did.
Then it hit me: most of
today's announcers don't
have half the brains or
,talent of their ancestors
in the booth.
Don't get me wrong.
There are a few announc-
ers I enjoy. But most of


them especially a ma-
jority of the ex-coaches
- don't have a clue.
Maybe that's why they
are ex-coaches.
Nothing grinds my
teeth more than two little
phrases.
The first is when an
announcer refers to the
"young" freshman.
Hello, McFly. By defi-
nition a freshman is sup-
posed to be young. You
never hear an announcer
talk about the "old" se-
nior, even when the ath-
lete is a fifth-year player
or that rarest of birds, a
sixth-year senior.
I also scream when
I'm told a quarterback
threw the ball 50 yards
"in the air." Again, I
wonder where the an-
nouncer was expecting
him to throw the ball.
Tell me the quarterback
threw the ball 50 or 60
yards, or a batter hit a
baseball 450 feet, and


leave it at that.
I think most of us are
smart enough to know
the thrown or hit ball
isn't going underground.
Is it any wonder that
there are so many out of
work coaches?
Just because a guy
once coached college
football or was an NBA
All-Star doesn't give the
person credentials to be
considered on-air talent.
Some regard Erin An-
drews and some of the
other sideline reporters
as nice "eye candy," but I
wonder if they are really
needed to enhance the
quality of the game.
I can't believe Flor-
ida State coach Bobby
Bowden or Alabama
coach Nick Saban are
real happy about being
pulled off to the side by
some sideline hack when
their team is trailing
28-3 at the half and be-
ing asked some brilliant


question such as, "Coach,
do you think your de-
fense is struggling to-
day?"
I'm surprised we
haven't had a murder
directly related to some
stupid question a coach
is asked as he's trying to
get to the locker room to
address his team.
Most fans probably
don't need the game ex-
plained to them. Those
that do are likely to be
watching with a friend
that understands the
game.
The same can be said
of other sports.
Those who love their
sports understand them.
We don't need some has-
-been or never-was to trip
over what's happening
on the field.

Who are your favorite
announcers? Post your
thoughts at crestviewbul-
letin.com.


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JULY 23, 2008


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The long


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putting

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
'Perhaps the most popu-
lar adage in golf is "Drive fdr'
show, putt for
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JIn this seg-
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Tips from the
Pro, Heritage
Plantation
PGA teaching
pro Jeff Marks
Jeff looks at life on
Marks the green and
discusses how
to sink the
money putts.

Short putts
You have to be able to
putt. It doesn't matter whether
you're Tiger Woods or an
amateur playing for 50 cents
in a little skins match.
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phies on putting.
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feet you want to take some of
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into the hole (where the ball
just falls in).
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ultra dwarf or any kind of
Bermuda grass the greens
tend to be grainy. What I find
is that putts that die to the
hole usually curl left or right or
stay short.
What I like to do in read-
ing my putts is get behind the
golf ball a good 10 or 15 feet
because the more you move
back (and kneel down) the
more the ball comes up to
eye-level. It's very easy to read
it (from further back). If I get
close all I can see is the first
foot before the hole.
It's always a good idea to
to read your putt from the side
to see if it's uphill or downhill.
On the short putts you
want to be somewhat firm.
Tom Watson's philosophy was
if you were going to "die" it
into the cup, and it was it was
going to break three inches,
play half of that break, and hit
it nice and firm. You are going
to make your share of putts
on Bermuda grass or ultra
dwarf like we have here.
If you look at golf on TV
you'll notice the pros always
hit the back of the cup. It
rarely dies in from 10 feet.
Amateurs need to follow suit.
As far as my basics go, I
want to play the ball forward
in my stance about an inch
inside my left heel where
my driver would be. That will
Promote forward roll and get
the ball to hold the line much
better.
I like to get my eyes over
my putt. It's very important to
use a pendulum motion where
you don't use your wrists very
much. I find a lot of people put
a lot of wrist action into the
stroke, and that changes your
putter face in the loft so any-
thing can happen in direction
and distance.
Again, nice and solid over
the putt, ball off my left heel .
(right heel for left-handers),
eyes over my putt, and then
I want to hit it firm enough
where if it doesn't go in it goes
about two feet past the hole.
I always like to take a
couple of practice strokes just
get feel and imagine what kind
of distance I need to take the
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008


7 T DAWG continued from B1


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview football coach Matt Brunson works with the Dawgs' wide receivers during a recent
summer workout. Brunson and the CHS football program will host a summer camp Aug. 1-2.



Former FSU stars to



appear at CHS camp


'The main thing is you pick out
some leaders and try to get some guys
working hard together. You get a level of
commitment out of kids during the summer
when they are not in school every day."

Matt Brunson


Coleman has done well
and Chris Pickett has
come over to the offen-
sive side at receiver and
picked up the material.
Brunson also sees the
summer as a time for
players to step up and
take charge.
"The main thing is
you pick out some lead-
ers and try to get some
guys working hard to-
gether," he said. "You
get a level of commit-
ment out of kids during
the summer when they
are not in school every
day.
"I think we've had
those things. I think
we've had a good sum-
mer."
Brunson is pleased
with many of his seniors
who assumed leadership
roles.
Parker is taking
charge, as are players
like Jordan Glover, Gabe
Goodson, Darius Rob-
bins and Josh Hamilton.
"We've got some se-


Dawgs host the Camp 80
football camp (see related
article).
Everything Brunson
puts the team through is
focused on one thing.
"Our goal is to out-
work our opponents,
as we look toward our
first district contest
against Choctaw (Oct.
10), which has a new.
coach (Greg Thomas),"
he said. "Coach Thomas
will have them going. It
will take everything we
have to compete with
those guys.
"But we are positive
and getting ready to
go."


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

A pair of former Florida
State greats will be back
in town Aug. 1 and 2 for
Crestview High School's
Camp 80 football camp.
Both Tamarick Vanover
(a member of FSU's 1993
national championship
team) and Ron Dugans
(who earned a national
championship ring in
1999) wore number 80
during their days in Tal-
"lahassee.
Both players went on
to play in the National
Football League and are
now coaches Vanover
at Lake City Christian
Academy and Dugans at
Georgia Southern Uni-
versity.
This will be the CHS
football program's sixth
football camp under the
direction of coach Matt
Brunson, who is prepar-
ing for his eighth season
overall.


Vanover and Dugans
also appeared at the CHS
camp last year.
The camp is open for
players in kindergarten'
through seniors in high
school.
The K-6 will go from 9
to 11:30 a.m. Grades 7-12
will go from noon to 2:30
p.m.
Cost of the camp is $60
if pre-registered before
July 29 and' $70 on the
day of the camp. Regis-
tration fee includes lunch
each day, camp T-shirts
and autographed football
cards from Dugans and
Vanover.
Pre-registration is be-
ing held at the Sports
Locker in the Winn-Dixie
Plaza just north of CHS.
"We are going to teach
guys how to stretch and
how to run," Brunson
said. "We will teach the
proper techniques in
tackling, blocking and
handling the football.
"Obviously we can't


do full contact because
we don't have gear on.
But we will do as much as
we can without gear."
Brunson emphasized
all aspects of football will
be-covered, including the
kicking game and long
snapping.
"I think the kids each
year take a lot from it," he
said. "We've had a lot of
repeat guys every year.
"We invite everybody
to come out."
Vanover and Dugans
also will join the CHS
coaching staff as it takes
on the CHS varsity bas-
ketball team in a celebrity
basketball game Aug. 1 at
7 p.m. Admission is $3 for
campers, and $5 for the
general public.

Do you remember
Vanover and Dugans from
their playing days at FSU
and the NFL? Share your
memories of their accom-
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BRIEFS continued from B1


Summer Bash
softball tourney
The Summer Bash will be
-held July 26 and Aug. 2 at the
Gene Hurley Softball Fields in
DeFuniak Springs.
The July 26 tournament is
an ASA 3-5 home run low bid
tournament using any 44 core
ball. The entry fee is $150.


The Aug. 2 tournaments
are USSA Division One 3-5
home run low bid tournament
using core 44 balls and a
Division Two tournament five
to open home run using a
core 47 ball.
Entry fee for each tour-
nament is $150. For more
information call Pete Elkins at
685-1848 or leave message


at 892-6055.


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North Okaloosa YMCA. If you
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up and they've had great
attendance, great at-
titude and a great work
habit," Brunson said.
"We've had good num-
bers this summer.
"The kids have missed
a few workouts because
of vacations, but atten-
dance has been good.
We've never had a prob-
lem with that-here."
The Bulldogs will
continue to work on
Monday, Tuesdays, and
Thursday up to the start
of official practices. This
weekend they'll attend
FCA camp in Marianna.
On Aug. 1 and 2 the


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WEDNESITAYJULY 23 2 8


SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Little Lady Gators headed to World Series


Special to the News Bulletin
Pictured in front is Hannah Cox. In the middle from left are Brittany Richburg, Mariah
Lawhon, Zoe Gray, M.E. Cates and Jessica Black. In back are Caitlyn Smith, Kimberly
McCranie, Karlie Henderson, Katelyn Williams, Emily Stewart and Whitley Taylor.


Special to the News Bulletin

The Baker Area Youth
Association Little Lady
Gators coach-pitch All-
Stars will participate in the
Dizzy Dean World Series
this weekend in South-
aven, Miss.
The girls have been
practicing hard to prepare
themselves for the tourna-
ment and working even
harder to raise funds. The
fund-raising activities in-
cluded an appearance at
Crestview's community
July 4 celebration at Old
Spanish Trail Park, where
the Little Lady Gators
sold boiled peanuts and
drinks.


Bulls claim USTBA national title
S. - aThe North Florida Bulls 12U baseball team,
"f|:1 including local players, is the USTBA National
W Champion. The Bulls won their title by going 6-0
... Okin the tournament held in Destin in June 28. The
; -Bulls also won the Wood Bat Classic, the AP
L"-I Blast and the ASP Last Chpnce NIR Players are,
t bottom row from left: Jimmy Croussore, Chandler,
Parrett, Austin Armstrong, Nick Boswell, Tyler'
SPaskell and Frasier Shoults. Standing: General
manger Tim Armstrong, Dennis Gibbons,
Jaylynne Robinson, Gavin Henke, Nico Ramos,
coach Mike Clements, Kevin Jones, Chase
/ Whitehead, manager Scott Hemond and Devin
McGriff. For more information go to www.
northfloridabulls.com.
Special to the News Bulletin




GOLF continued from BI'


Bill Gamblin / Florida Freedom Newspapers


Heat cooled off by


Lightning in debut


Special to the News
Bulletin

The new Crestview
Heat semipro football
team endured a rough de-
but in its North'American
Football League opener.
The Heat fell 59-0
against the Pensacola
Lightning on Saturday at
Pensacola High School.
Crestview's next game


is against the Louisiana
Storm. Contact team
members for information
about game sites.
The team looks to be-
come a positive force
in the community and
seeks sponsorships. Con-
tact Marzelle Jefferson at
(850) 305-6083 for infor-
mation about the team.
Learn about the NAFL
at www.nafl.org.


putter back and get it to go
the distance I needed it to go.

ILong putts
I heard an interesting stat
that from 15 feet the average
tour pro makes about 35 per-
cent of his putts, so the aver-
*age amateur might make five
,or 10 percent.
What I'm hoping for if I'm
the average 20 handicapper is
to get it within a foot or two of
"the hole so I can get my two-
putt and move on.
One cardinal sin in putting
,is you do not want to three-
putt, so outside of 10 feet you
always want to get it close
enough for the tap-in.
A rule of thumb in putting:
If you picture a hula hoop
around the cup, get it in the
hula hoop. Don't be a hero,
don't try to get in the cup from
::outside 10 feet. Just try to get
it close enough.


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Heritage Plantation PGA teaching pro Jeff Marks lines up a
short putt.


If it happens to go in, it
goes in.
Use the same criteria for
reading the putt as you do
with the shorter putts. Again,
here we aren't trying to make


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the putt, but just get it close.
You want to play plenty of
break. I draw an imaginary line
I think will be the path from
the ball to the hole. Then I
draw an imaginary hole that


becomes my target.
Let's say we have about
a foot of break. I'm going to
pick a spot on the apex of
my curve and this becomes
my new target. I want to hit it
with enough speed to roll over
my new target and just trickle
down to the cup and get in-
side the hula hoop.
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@crestviewbul- *
letin.com, or mail it to Randy
Dickson, 295 W James Lee
Blvd., Crestview 32536.
Please slug e-mail "Golf ques-
tion." Watch video versions of
these tips at crestviewbulletin.
com. The complete archive
of Jeff Marks' golf tips also is
available at crestviewbulletin.
com. Type "Jeff Marks" in the
search window.


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S aren Wood is a native of Escambia County, Florida,
L and a graduate of Tate High School. In 1990, Karen
and her family relocated from Pensacola to Crestview. That
year she began working at First National Bank of Crestview
in the bookkeeping department. Her dedication and hard
work was rewarded in 2003 when she was promoted to
head bookkeeper. Now residing in Baker, Karen enjoys
cooking, her work, coworkers and spending time with her
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


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Crestview, FL 32539
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Southside Office
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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 9f 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


V ml Ph: 850.682.5233 or 850.892.3852
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2008 BUSINESS


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Foundation Awards
announced
Kevin Locht, chairman of The
Children's Foundation of Bridge-
way, Inc., announced the receipt
of Enhancement Awards from
the Foundation Board. The con-
tributions will fund a children's
Play Therapy room for Sound-
side Wellness Consultants and a
Play Therapy room for Bridge-
-,way Counseling Services.
Dan Cobbs, Bridgeway's
chief executive officer, said, "The
Bridgeway Center Inc. welcomes
this'award to be used to enhance
the-options of services that can be
made available to children."

Learn more about
finance at FWB
The Money Club will hold
its monthly meeting at the Fort
Walton Beach Public Library on
Thursday at 6:30 p.m. There is
no cost to join the Money Club
and it is open to anyone who
wants to understand more about
their financial situation. Topics
include attitudes toward money,
identifying our strengths and
weakness, sharing information
or working together to find infor-
mation, and supporting one an-
other's journey. For details about
The Money Club, visit http://
moneyclubs.com or contact the
library at 833-9590.

Business plan
workshop
The UWF Small Business De-
velopment Center (401 E. Chase
Street, Suite 100, Pensacola) is
holding its "Preparing a Busi-
ness Plan" workshop on Thurs-
day evening, July 24, 2008 from
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Kathy
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Policemen, firefighters,
city council members and
community leaders gath-
ered for two celebrations
in their honor hosted by
Randy Wise Homes, Inc.,
including one held June
28 at Heritage Manor in
Crestview.
As thanks for their ser-
vice to the community,
guests were treated to de-
licious meals catered by
local restaurants. There
were also door prizes and
tours of the subdivisions.
"We are grateful for the
opportunity to say thank
you to those who dedi-
cate their lives in service
to the community," said
Wise.
Guests in Crestview
enjoyed DJ's Barbeque,
which served up its
pulled pork, baked beans,
coleslaw and brownies.


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Inc. has a solid, commit-
ment to supporting the
community. As a lifelong
resident of Niceville, Wise
has supported communi-
ty athletic leagues, volun-
teered to oversee the con-
struction of the Emerald
Coast Children's Advoca-
cy Center and previously
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'True hero' speaks at PILOT luncheon


Col. Bud Day addresses chamber committee


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce PI-
LOT (Professional Inspired
Leaders of Tomorrow)
young professionals com-
mittee heard from a "true
American hero" during
its July 17 meeting.
Retired Air Force Col.
Bud Day, a veteran of
more than 35 years of mil-
itary service and a Medal
of Honor winner, gave


members of the group tips
for bettering themselves.
His advice included:
Always be able to
fulfill the duties of next
notch up the ladder, a
philosophy he picked up
in the military.
Continuously up-
grade your education,
something he has done
throughout his life.
Regularly self-exam-
ine your goals and evalu-
ate if you are on track to
reach them.


"I charge you to take
advantage of what is out
there," Day concluded.
"The opportunities are
there for you to be what
you want to be. As Amer-
icans, I don't know any-
one in the world who has
more opportunities than
we have."
Day has been de-
scribed as "the most dec-
orated U.S. service mem-
ber since Douglas Mac-
Arthur." He has received
every significant combat


decoration available from
the Air Force, according
to his online biography.
He also survived almost
six years as a prisoner of
war during the Vietnam
War. He currently practic-
es law in south Okaloosa
County.
The PILOT committee
meets on the third Thurs-
day each month at Coach
'N' Four. The committee
was created for area pro-
fessionals ages 21 to 41.
For information about
the committee, contact
the chamber at 682-3212.


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Retired Air Force Col. Bud Day and his wife Doris were
the guests at the July 17 meeting of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce PILOT meeting.


NOTICE OF SPECIAL REFERENDUM FOR
PROVISIONS TO ASSESS MILLAGE FOR
NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE DISTRICT MEMBERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Commissioners for the North
Okaloosa Fire District has called for a special referendum to add an optional
ad valorem assessment, which special referendum was approved at a legally
advertised meeting held on April 17, 2008, by Resolution No. 2008-01. The election
will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2008, in conjunction with the State Primary
Election.
The referendum question shall be voted upon only by residents of the North
Okaloosa Fire District who are registered to vote no later than July 28, 2008.
Polling places at Precincts 3, 6, 8, 9, 11,12, 13, 45, 51, and 52 shall be open from
7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 26, 2008.
The referendum shall be composed of the following question:

NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE DISTRICT (NOFD) AMENDMENT
TO CHANGE THE WAY THE DISTRICT ASSESSES
PROPERTY OWNERS

Do you approve amending the NOFD charter to authorize levy and collection of millage (ad valorem)
assessments not to exceed 3.75 mils on all taxable properties in the NOFD for the purposes of
constructing, operating, and maintaining District fire and emergency services, manpower, facilities,
and equipment with the understanding that setting the millage rate cap does not mean that the
District will immediately implement the cap rate for millage?

O Yes

O No.

Absentee ballots may be obtained from the Supervisor of Elections office as
provided by law. Early voting will be held at the Crestview Public Library located
at 1445 Commerce Drive, in Crestview, Florida, August 11-23, Monday through
Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Julie Slezia
Board Secretary
North Okaloosa Fire District


July 23, 2008
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TODAY

TURPENTINING
PRESENTATION:
"Turpentining in the
Panhandle" will be held in
the Niceville Community
Center on Wednesday,
t Jy 23 at 1 p.m. for ages
-* adult. Please call the
=3iceville Library at 729-
= 90 to reserve a seat.

NORTH OKALOOSA

M I L I T A R Y
APPRECIATION DAY: July
S25 at 4 p.m. at Duggan Pond
subdivision on Live Oak
Church Road in Crestview.
SRE/MAX and other
businesses are hosting the
free community event, which
includes food, fun and hot air
balloon rides for everyone.
Details: Marie House (850-
305-0559) orLoriZimmerman
S(850-259-4339).
FREE SENIOR ADULT
FINANCIAL WORKSHOP:
-There will be a free
educational workshop for
retirees on Monday, July 28
at 1 p.m. at the Robert Sikes
Public Library in Crestview.
Nationally known speaker
Brad Bradford will present
topics including: how to avoid
nursing home spend-down;
mistakes that IRA owners
make; learning options to
get a higher interest rate on
-investments; find out if your
money is safe with your
Bank.
This free meeting is
open to the public; booklets
; will be provided. For more
information, call 582-0633.
STEELE REUNION
AUG. 3: The 24th annual
John Irving Steele family
reunion will be held on
SSunday, Aug. 3 at the
S3Blackmon Community
Center. The doors will open
at 10 a.m. and a covered dish


UNITY EVENTS :
lunch will be served at 1 p.m.
Everyone is invited. Contact
Roddy Steele for details at
537-7051.
SHELTER WORKERS
WANTED: The Red Cross
recruitment drive will be
held Saturday, July 26 at
New Beginnings Church in
Crestview. They are seeking
to train volunteers to staff
hurricane shelters if a storm
threatens our area. This is an
opportunity for you to make
a real difference in lives
of your neighbors and the
community.
The church is located at
412 W James Lee Blvd. on
U.S. Highway 90.
Orientations will be held
at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Volunteers should plan to
stay two hours to complete
volunteer registration, shelter
assignment, and a shelter
operations workshop.
To register or for details,
visit www.yourredcross.org
or call 800-773-7620.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Standard First Aid w/CPR -
Adult, Infant and Child July
26.
CPR/AED Adult July
24.
Okaloosa CPR / AED for
the Professional Rescuer -
July 26.
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.
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
visiting www.yourredcross.
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USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Saturday,
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.
LYNDSEY JOHNSON
CONCERT: To celebrate her
success and the support of
this community, Lyndsey
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.
There will be no ticket
charge, but donations will be
accepted. Details: (850) 951-
5384.

MISCELLANEOUS
SACRED HEART
REUNION: Calling all
preemies! Were you or loved
one cared for in the Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
at Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital?
Children's Hospital is
looking for all patients who
"graduated" from the NICU
since its opening in 1972 for
an upcoming reunion and
celebration at Sacred Heart


Hospital.
The 2008 NICU Reunion
will be held on Saturday,
Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. in the Greenhut
Auditorium at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola.
If you or a loved one
is a Sacred Heart NICU
graduate, please call Cat
Outzen at (850) 969-1372.
OCS AUDITIONS:
Okaloosa Chamber
Singers is currently
holding auditions for its
11th season. Dec. 5 and
7 Christmas concerts
will feature the music
of Bach with orchestral
accompaniment. Carols
for choir and audience
complete the program. For
information and an audition
appointment call Dr. Marilyn
Overturf at 682-9651.
Rehearsals will be Tuesday
evenings in Niceville,
starting August 12.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ACTIVITIES: 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.
Visit http: / /choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details on
any of these events.


HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: 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
expect all spaces 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 or to use a credit
card.

OKALOOSA/SANTA
ROSA COUNTIES
PAWS JULY 31
WORKSHOP: A staff
workshop is scheduled for
July 31 at 6 p.m. to discuss
recent audit findings
concerning the animal
control contract with the
Panhandle Animal Welfare
Society. The workshop will
be held in the commission
conference room (3rd


floor) at 1804 Lewis Turner
Boulevard in Ft. Walton
Beach. The public is invited
to attend.
PAWS is audited annually
by a certified accountant
firm which provides a
copy of that audit to the
county. The County Clerk
of Court's office recently
began a thorough internal
audit of PAWS' operations
and processes, including
the handling of fines and
fees, to insure that all laws
and statutes are followed.
Suggestions for improved
processes will likely be a
result of this audit as well.
Details: www.okaloosafl.
corn or call 651-7105 or
689-5007. PAWS may be
contacted at 243-1525.
VENDORS NEEDED:
The Shalimar United
Methodist Church has only a
few vendor booths available
for its Oct. 18 Shalimar Arts
& Crafts Holly Fair. A
New this year are outside
vendor spaces, 10x10 ft.
Fees are $70 for the larger
outside booths and $60 for
the 6x10 ft. inside booths.
Prospective exhibitors
should contact Marijo
Strauss at (850) 651-5743
or mstra68337@aol.com
for an application or more
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Legal # 100413
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 08 CP
723
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN WESLEY BOYCE,
SR. a/k/a
JOHN WESLEY BOYCE
a/k/a
JOHN W. BOYCE, SR.
a/k/a
JOHN W. BOYCE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
Estate of JOHN WESLEY
BOYCE, SR also known
as John Wesley Boyce
also known as John W.
Boyce, Sr., and also
known as John W.
Boyce, deceased, whose
date of death was Sep-
tember 15, 2007, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division File Number 08
CP 723, the address of
which is P.O. Drawer
1359, Crestview, Florida
32536-1359. The names
and address of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons,
who have claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, and who have
been served a copy of
this notice, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(301 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons who have claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
July 16, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
William V. Linne, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 153430
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NOTICE OF FORECLO- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
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DEUTCHE BANK NA- Florida wherein WELLS
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PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR the Plaintiff and ED-
JPMAC 2007-CH5-J.P. WARDS SCHUPKE
MORGAN CHASE A/K/A EDWARD
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A DISTANCE OF 67.5 deputy ClerK An2 person claiming an ROGER R. owner as of the date ft
IN THE CIRCUIT FEET- THENCE RUN interesin the surplus BRUNSON, et al, the Lis Pendens must file
COURT OF THE FIRST EASt A DISTANCE OF 07/23/08 irom the sal ifs Defendant(s). a claim within sixty(60)
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 108 FEET, MORE OR 07/30/08 fromthe anlthe ne erdays after the sale.
AND FOR LESS AND TO A 08/06/08 ownther thans of the pre of NOTICE OF FORECLO- WITNESS MY HAND
OKALOOSA POINT WHICH IS 246 08 08the Lis Pendens must file SURE SALE and the seal of this Court
COUNTY, FLORIDA FEET WEST OF THE a claim within sixty (60) on July 10, 2008.
CIVIL ACTION CASE WEST RIGHT OF WAY LEGAL # 120064 days after the sale NOTICE IS HEREBY
NO. OF SAID COUNTY WITNESS MY HAND GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Don W. Howard
2007-CA-1083-S DI- ROAD; THENCE RUN IN THE CIRCUIT and the seal of this Court nal Judgment of Mort- Clerk of the Circuit Court
VISION FILE SOUTA ALONG A COURT OF THE FIRST on July 10, 2008 age Foreclosure dated By: Vikki Jackson
NO.:F07005715 LINE PARALLEL WITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN July 07, 2008 and en- Deputy Clerk
THE WEST RIGHT OF AND FOR Don W. Howard tered in Case No. 2007
WASHINGTON MU- WAY OF SAID OKALOOSA Clerk of the Circuit Court CA 005621 S of the Cir- Florida Default Law
TUAL BANK, COUNTY ROAD 67.5 COUNTY, FLORIDA By Vikki Jackson cuit Court of the FIRST Ju- Group P.L P.O. Box
Plaintiff, FEET, MORE OR LESS CIVIL AC ION CASE Deputy Cerk dicial Circuit in and for 25018 Tampa, Florida
AND BACK TO THE NO. 2007-CA-4773 OKALOOSA County 33622-5018
vs. POINT OF BEGINN- DIVISION Florida Default Law Florida wherein THE 3
ING. ALSO KNOWN FILE#F07036535 Group PL. PO. Box BANK OF NEW YORK, IMPORTANT
ERIC C. DIVENS, metal, AS LOT 36 OF AN 2501 Tampa, Florida AS INDENTURED TRUS. In accordance with the
Defendant(s). UNRECORDED PLAT. GREENPOINT MORT- 33622-5018 TEE, FOR THE BENEFIT Americans with Disabili-
GAGE FUNDING, OF THE CWABS, INC ties Act, persons with dis-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- A/K/A 30 SNOOKE Plaintiff, IMPORTANT ASSET-BACKED NOTES, abilities needing special
SURE SALE ROAD, MARY ES- In accordance with the SERIES 2007-SEA1, is accommodation to partic-
THER, FL 32569 vs. Americans with Disabili- the Plaintiff and ROGER ipate in this proceeding
NOTICE IS HEREBY ties Act, persons with dis- R. BRUNSON; are the should contact Court Ad-
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Any person claiming LAWRENCE E. GRA- abilities needing special Defendants, I will sell to ministration at 101 James
nal Judgment of Mort- an interest in the HAM, et al, accommodation to partic- the highest and best bid- Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
qaqe Foreclosure dated surplus from the Defendant(s). iate- in this nrroc inn der for cash at IN view, FL, 32536-3515;


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32591-2347
850-433-2224 Any persons claim-
ing an interest in the
Personal Representative: surplus from the
MAYRON B. BOYCE sale, if any, other
519 Norriego Drive than the property
Destin, Florida 32541 owner as of the date
of Us Pendens must
07/16/08 file a claim within
07/23/08 sixty (60) days after
the sale.
Legal # 100417 WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
NOTICE OF AUCTION on July 10, 2008.
In accordance with Flor- Don W. Howard
ida Statutes Advance Clerk of the Circuit Court
Stora e, Inc located at y: VkiJackson
518(R S. Ferdon Blvd. Deputy Clerk
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to the highest Florida Default Low
bidder the householdcand PGro, 2P.L.
other goods stored in the P.O. Box 25018
below listed units. Said Tampa, Florida
goods are to be sold to 33622-5018
recover the rents not paid IMPORTANT
by the tenants. In accordance with the
Advance I Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
WILLIAM BELL abilities needing special
unit I C76 accommodation to partic-
unit I C76 ipate in this proceeding
DANIEL WORTHAN should contact Court Ad-
unit Al 2 ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
ALAN HOLMES view, Fl. 32536-3515;
LAunit F54 telephone number
unit F54 850-689-5000, Exten-
MELISSA ADAMS sion 7497, prior to the
unit F25 proceeding, or Shalimar
un25 50-651-7497
ADVANCED IITA
Scott Quintal IMPORTANT
unit 178& 179 in accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
The sale shall take lace ties Act, persons with dis-
on July 26 200 at abilities needing special
9:00-10:00 a.m. at Ad- accommodation to partic-
vance Storage. ipate in this proceeding
srage should contact Court Ad-
07/19/08 ministration at 1250 N.
07/23/08 Ealin Parkway, Shalimar,
8F. 32579; telephone
850-651-7497, prior to
Legal # 100418 the proceeding.
IN THE CIRCUIT 07/16/08
COURT OF THE FIRST 07/23/08
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN .
AND FOR
OKALOOSA Legal # 100419
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACT ON CASE IN THE CIRCUIT
NO.: 2007-CA-5140 COURT OF THE FIRST
S FILE NO.: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
F07047378 AND FOR
OKALOOSA
DEUTCHE BANK NA- COUNTY, FLORIDA
TIONAL TRUST COM- CIVIL ACtlON CASE
PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR NO: 2007 CA
JPMAC 2007-CH5- J.P 005050 DIVISION
MORGAN CHASE FILE NO.: F07038062
BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
01/24/07 TITLE DOCS Plaintiff,
REQUESTED VIA VS-SM
Plaintiff, vs.
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sale, if any, other July 07, 2008 and en- sale, if any, other should contact Court Ad- FRONT OF CLERK S
than the property tered in Case No.: than the property NOTICE OF FORECLO- ministration at 101 James FRONT DOOR OF
owner as te date 2007-CA-1083-S of the owner as of the date SURE SALE Lee Boulevard East, Crest- SHALIMAR ANNEX at
of the Lis Pendens Circuit Court of the FIRST of the Us Pendens view, FL, 32536-3515; 11:00AM, on the 7 da
must file a claim Judicial Circuit ina and must file a claim NOTICE IS HEREBY telephone number of Aug., 2008, the fo-
within sixty (60) for OKALOOSA County, within sixty (60) GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- (850)689-5000, Exten- lowing described pro,
days after the sale. Florida wherein WASH- days after the sale. nal Judgment of Mort- sion 7497, prior to the erty as set forth in said F
INGTON MUTUAL gage Foreclosure dated proceeding or Shalimar nalJudgment:
WITNESS MY HAND BANK, is the Plaintiff and WITNESS MY HAND July 07,2008 and en- (850) 651-7497 BEGIN AT THE
and the seal of this Court Eric C. DIVENS; are the and the seal of this Court tered in Case No. SOUTHWEST CORI
on July 10, 2008. Defendants, I will sell to on July 10, 2008. 2007-CA-4773 of the IMPORTANT NER OF LOT 52,
the highest and best bid- Circuit Court of the FIRST In accordance with the BLOCK D,
Don W.Howard der ror cash at IN Don W. Howard Judicial Circuit in and for Americans with Disabili- CALHOUN'S SECOND
Clerk of the Circuit Court FRONT OF CLERK'S Clerk of the Circuit Court OKALOOSA County, ties Act, persons with dis- REVISION, DESTIN,
By: Viki Jackson FRONT DOOR OF By: Viki Jackson Florida wherein abilities needing special FLORIDA, PROCEED
Deputy Clerk SHALIMAR ANNEX at Deputy Clerk GREENPOINT MORT- accommodation to partic- NORTH 50 DEGREES
11:00AM, on the 8 day GAGE FUNDING is the ipate inthise proceeding 21 MINUTES EAST
Florida Default Law of September, 2008, the Florida Default Law Plaintiff and LAWRENCE should contact Court Ad- ALONG THE SOUTH
Grou PL following described prop- Group, P.L. E. GRAHAM; are the De- ministration at 1250 N. LINE OF LOT 52
P.O. Box 25018 erty as set forth in said Fi- P.O. Box 25018 fendants, I will sell to the Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 100.00 FEET, THENC
Tampa, Florida na Judgment: Tampa, Florida highest and best bidder FL, 32579; telephone NORTH 39 DEGREES
336225018 33622-5018 for cash at SHALIMAR: number (850)651-7497, 39 MINUTES WEST
LOT 2 BLOCK H, IN FRONT OF CLERK'S prior to the proceeding. 120.00 FEET ALONG
IMPORTANT KELL-AIRE GARDENS IMPORTANT FRONT DOOR OF THE EAST PROPERTY
In accordance with the ACCORDING TO THE In accordance with the SHALIMAR ANNEX at 07/16/2008 UNE TENCE SOUTH
Americans with Disabili- PLAT THEREOF AS Americans with Disabili- 11:00 AM on the 7 day 07/23/2008 50 DEGREES 21 MIN-
ties Act, persons with dis- RECORDED IN PLAT ties Act, persons with of Aug., 2008, the fol- UTES WEST 100.00,
abilities needing special BOOK 5 PAGE 48, disabilities needing spe- lowing described prop- LEGAL # 120067 FEET PARALLEL T'
accommodation to partic- OF THE PUBLIC REC- cial accommodation to erty as set forth in said Fi- THE SOUTH ULINE OF
ipate in this proceeding ORDS OF participate in this pro- nal Judgment: IN THE CIRCUIT LOT 52, THENCE
should contact Court Ad- 0 K A L 0 0 S A ceeding should contact LOT 5, IN BLOCK 9 COURT OF THE FIRST SOUTH 39 DEGREES
ministration at 101 James COUNTY, FLORIDA. Court Administration at OF A RESUBDIVISION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 39 MINUTES EAST
Lee Blvd. East, Shalimar 101 James Lee Blvd. OF KELLY'S ADDI- AND FOR 120.00 FEET ALONG
850-651-7497 A/K/A 415 SPANISH East, Shalimar TION TO DESTIN, OKALOOSA THE WEST PROPERTY
MOSS TRAIL, DESTIN, 850-651-7497 FLORIDA, ACCORD- COUNTY, FLORIDA UNE TO THE POINT
IMPORTANT FL 32541 ING TO THE PLAT CIVIL AClION CASE OF BEGINNING. THIS
In accordance with the IMPORTANT THEREOF, AS RE- NO. 2007-CA-5408 PROPERTY IS FUR-
Americans with Disabili- Any person claiming In accordance with the CORDED IN PLAT DIVISION FILE NO: THER DESCRIBED AS
ties Act, persons with dis- an interest in the Americans with Disabili- BOOK 2 AT PAGE F07049677 BEING THE SOUTH-
abilities needing special surplus from the ties Act, persons with 62, OF THE PUBLIC EAST 120.00 FEET OF
accommodation to partic- sale, if any, other disabilities needing spe- RECORDS OF WELLS FARGO LOT 52 CALHOUN'S
ipate in this proceeding than the property cial accommodation to 0 K A L 0 O S A BANK NA, SECON6 REVISION
should contact Court Ad- owner as of the date participate in this pro- COUNTY, FLORIDA. Plaintiff AS RECORDED IN
ministration at 1250 N. of the Lis Pendens ceeding should contact A/K/A 508 FIRST PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, must file a claim Court Administration at AVENUE, DESTIN, FL vs. 43A OF THE PUBLIC
FL. 32579; telephone within sixty (60) 1250 N. Eglin Parkway 32541 REC6RDS OF
number 850-651-7497, days of after the Shalimar, FL 32579; ter- Any person claiming an TOMMIE L. BREEDEN, 0 K A L 0 0 S A
prior the proceeding. sale. phone number interest in the surplus et al, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
850-651-7497, prior the from the sale, if any, Defendant(s). A/K/A A314, CAL
07/16/08 WITNESS MY HAND proceeding. other than the property HOUN AVENUE, DES.
07/23/08 and the seal of this Court owner as of the daie of NOTICE OF FORECLO- TIN, FL 32541 -,,
July 10, 2008. 07/16/08 the Lis Pendens must file SURE SALE Any person claiming an
07/23/08 a claim within sixty (60) interest in the surp.|4,
Legal # 100420 Don W. Howard days after the sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY from the sale, if any,
Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal # 100423 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- other than the proper
IN THE CIRCUIT By: Viki Jackson Legal # 100423 WITNESS MY HAND nal Judgment of Mort- owner as of the date of
COURT OF THE FIRST -Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SALE FOR and the seal of this Court gage Foreclosure dated the Lis Pendens must file
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN STORAGE on July 9, 2008. uly 07, 2008 and en- a claim within sixty (60)
AND FOR OKLOOSA Florida Default Law HOUSEHOLD GOODS on tered in Case No. 2007 days after the sale.
COUNTY, FLORIDA Group, P.L. BELONGING TO THE Don W.Howard CA 5408 of the Circuit WITNESS MY HAND
COUNTYVIAL A ON CASE P.O. ox 25018 PARTIES NAMED Clerk of the Circuit Court Court of the FIRST Judi. and the seal of this Court
NO.: Tam a, Florida LOW AND LISTED BY By: VikkiJackson cial Circuit in and for on July 10, 2008.
2007-CA-004381 5 33622-5018 UNIT NUMBER WILL BE Deputy Clerk OKALOOSA County
DIVISION FILE NO.: SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE Florida wherein WELLS Don W. Howard
F07035780 IMPORTANT BY DAY'S PAC RAT Florida Default Law FARGO BANK, NA, is Clerk of the Circuit Court
In accordance with the MINI- STORAGE AT THE Group P.L. P.O. Box the Plaintiff and TOMMIE By: Vikki Jackson
JPMORGAN CHASE Americans with Disabili- MINI- STORAGE LO 25018 Tampa, Florida L. BREEDEN; DIANA M. Deputy Clerk
BANK N.A., ties Act, persons with dis- CATED AT 2510 S. 33622-5018 BREEDEN; BANK OF
Plaintiff, abilities needing special FERDON BLVD. CREST- AMERICA N.A.; FOREST Florida Default Law
accommodationto partic- VIEW FLA AT 9:00 IMPORTANT VIEW TOWNrIHOMES Group P.L. P.O. Box
vs. ipate in this proceeding A.M.'July 36, 2008 UN- In accordance with the OWNERS' ASSOCIA- 25018 Tampa, Florida
should contact Court Ad- LESS' HARGES ARE Americans with Disabili- TION; are the Defend- 33622-5018
DAVID L. TALBERT, et al, ministration at 101 James PAID IN FULL BEFORE ties Act, persons with dis- ants, I will sell to the
Defendant(s). Lee Blvd. East, Shalimar THE TIME OF SALE abilities needing special highest and best bidder IMPORTANT
850-651-7497 accommodation to partic- for cash at SHALIMAR: In accordance with the
NOTICE OF FORECLO- BARBARA YOUNG ipate in this proceeding IN FRONT OF CLERK'S Americans with Disabili-
SURE SALE IMPORTANT UNIT #2 should contact Court Ad- FRONT DOOR OF ties Act, persons with dis-
In accordance with the UNIT #2 ministration at 101 James SHALIMAR ANNEX at abilities needing special
NOTICE IS HEREBY Americans with Disabili- 07/16/08 Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 11:00 AM on the 7 dav accommodation to parti-
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ties Act, persons with dis- 07/23/08 view, FL, 32536-3515; of Aug., 2008, the fo ipate in this proceeding
nal Judgment of Mort- abilities needing special _______ telephone number lowing described pro- should contact Court Ad-
gage Foreclosure dated accommodation to partic- (850 689-5000, Exten- erty as set forth in said Fi ministration at 101 James
July 07, 2008 and en- ipate in this proceeding Legal # 100428 sion 7497, prior to the nalJud ment: Lee Boulevard East, Crest.
tered in Case No.: 2007 should contact Court Ad- proceedings. or Shalimar LOT 4, FOREST VIEW view, FL; 32536-3515;
CA 004381 S of the Cir- ministration at 1250 N. IN THE CIRCUIT F850)651-7497 TOWNHOMES LY- telephone number
cuit Court of the FIRST Ju- E lin Parkway, Shalimar, COURT OF THE FIRST ING IN SECTI6N 16 (850)689-5000, Exten-
dicial Circuit in and for F. 32579; telephone JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IMPORTANT TOWNSHIP sion 7497, prior to the
OKALOOSA County, number 856-651-7497, AND FOR In accordance with the SOUTH, RANGE 24 proceeding, or Shalimar
Florida wherein prior the proceeding. OKALOOSA Americans with Disabili- WEST, ACCORDING 6850651 7497
JPMORGAN CHASE COUNTY, FLORIDA ties Act, persons with dis- TO THE PLAT IMPORTANT
BANK, NA., is the Plain- 07/16/08 CASE NO.: 2008 DR abilities needing special THEREOF AS RE- In accordance with the
tiff and DAVID L. 07/23/08 002405 C DIVISION: accommodation to partic- CORDED IN PLAT Americans with Disabili-
TALBERT- MORTGAGE TERRANCE R. ipate in this proceeding BOOK 6 PAGE 35, ties Act, persons with dis.
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- KETCHEL should contact Court Ad- OF THE PUBLIC REC- abilities needing special
TION SYSTEMS, INCOR- Legal # 100422 ministration at 1250 N. ORDS OF accommodation to partic,
PORATED AS NOMINEE KIESHA LASHAE EVANS Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, O K A L 0 0 S A ipate in this proceeding
FOR FIRST GUARANTY IN THE CIRCUIT Petitioner FL, 32579; telephone COUNTY, FLORIDA. should contact Court Ad-
MORTGAGE CORPO- COURT OF THE FIRST number 1850)651-7497, A/K/A 207 KATHY ministration at 1250 N.
RATION; TWIN LAKES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN and prior to the proceeding. COURT MARY ES. Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
OWNER'S ASSOCIA- AND FOR THEIR, FL 32569 FL, 32579; telephone
TION, INC; are the De- OKALOOSA ERIC DION EVANS 07/16/2008 Any person claiming an number (850)651-7497,
fendants, I will sell to the COUNTY, FLORIDA Respondent. 07/23/2008 interest in the surplus prior to the proceeding.,
hi hest bidder for cash at CIVIL ACTION CASE ; from the sale, if any, pp -
Ig FRONT OF CLERK'S NO.: 2007-CA-4767 NOTICE OF ACTION EGA 120065 other than the prope 07/16/2008
FRONT DOOR OF DIVISION FILE NO.: FOR DISSOLUTION LEGALowner as of the dae of 07/23/2008
SHALIMAR ANNEX at F07035950 OF MARRIAGE IN THE CIRCUIT the Lis Pendens must file
11:00 AM, on the 7 da COURT OF THE FIRST a claim within sixty (60) LEGAL #120066
of August 2008, the fo1- WELLS FARGO BANK, TO: ERIC DION EVANS COURT OF THE FIRST IN days after the sale.
lowing described prop- NA, ADDRESS UNKNOWN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WITNESS MY HAND IN THE CIRCUIT ,
erty as set forth in said Plaintiff, OKALOOSA and the seal of this Court COURT OF THE FIRST
Final Judgment: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that OKALOOSA onJ uly 10, 2008. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
vs. an 'action has been filed COUNTY, FLORIDA on July 10, 2008. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
LOT 50, TWIN LAKES, against you and that you CIVIL ACTION CASE AND FOR ,
ACCORDING TO THE MICHAEL P. MARTIN, et are required to serve a NO. D Clerk of the Circuit Court COUNTY FLORIDA
PLAT BOOK 18, a), copy at your written de- 2007-CA-2956-S DI- Clerk of the Circuit Court COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PLAT BOOK 18, al, copy of your write on VISION FILE NUM- By: VikkiJackson CIVIL ACION CASE
PAGES 98 AND 99, Defendant(s). fences, if n, to it on BER: F07018677 Deputy Clerk NO.
OF THE PUBLIC REC- KIESHA L. EANS whose 2007-CA-004779-S
WORDS OF NOTICE OF FORECLO- address is 215 SECRE-a Default Law DIVISION FILE NO27-CA-4779-S
SURERSALE TARIAT DRIVE CREST- WELLS FARGO Florida Default Law DIVISION FILE NO:.
O L O A SURESALE TARIAT DRIVE CREST- on or BANK NA, Group PL. P.O. Box F07036536
COUNTY, FLORIDA. VEW, FL 32539 on or Plaintiff, 25018 Tampa, Florida
NOTICE IS HEREBY before August 29, 2008, Plinti 33622-5018 GREENPOINT MORT-
A/K/A 238 TWIN GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- and file the original with GAGE FUNDING,
LAKES LANE, DESTIN, nal Judgment of Mort- the clerk of this Court at vs. IMPORTANT Plaintiff,
FL 32541 gage Foreclosure dated the Okaloosa County ALLAN HONE et al In accordance with the
July 07, 2008 and en- Courthouse, 1250 N. ALLAN HORNEet Americans with Disabili- vs
Any person claiming termed in Case No.: Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Defenant(s). ties Act, persons with dis-
an interest in the 2007-CA-4767 of the Florida 32579, before ties Act, persons with dis .
an terest in the 2007-CA-4767 of the F orida 325on 9, beftii ore NOTICE OF FORECLO- abilities needing special LAWRENCE E. GRA-
surplus from the sale Circuit Court of the FIRST service on Petitioner or SURENsALE R-L accommodation to partic- HAM, et al,
if any other than the Judicial Circuit in and for immediately thereafter. If ipate in this proceeding Defendant(s).
property owner as OKALOOSA County you fail to do so, a NOTICE IS HEREBY should contact Court Ad-
of te ate of the Us Florida wherein WELLS default may be en- GIVEN nt to Fi ministration at 101 James NOTICE OF FORECLO-
Pendens must file a FARGO BANK, NA, is tered against you al Judpursaent of a mor Lee Boulevard East Crest- SURE SALE CLO.
claim within sixty the Plaintiff and MI- for the relief e- nal Judgment of mrt- Lee Boulevard FL 32536-3515
(60) days after the CHAEL P. MARTIN; handed in the peti- georeclosure d televi one number NOTICE IS HEREBY
sale. SARAH A. MARTIN- are mion. July/07, u2008 and en- telephone number NOTICE IS HEREBY
sale. SARAH A. MARTIN are termed in Case No. (850)689-5000, Exten- GIVEN pursuant to a.Fi-
the Defendants, I will sell 7. 07-CA2956S of the sion 7497, prior to the nal Judgment of Mort-
WITNESS MY HAND to the highest and best Copies of all court2007-CA-2956-S of the roceedin or Shalimar ge Foreclosure dated
and seal of this Court on bidder or cash at documents in thisCircuit Court oftheFIRST r850)651-497oceedin or Sha July07, 2008 and en-
July 10, 2008. SHALIMAR: IN FRONT case, include OciaOOS ircuiinn ortered in Case No. 2007
OF CLERK'S FRONT orders, are available OKALOOSARTANT CA 004779 S of the Cir-
Don W. Howard DOOR OF SHALIMAR at the Clerk of the Florida wherein NA In accordance with the cuit CourtA 004779 of the FIRST -
Clerk of the Circuit Court ANNEX at 11'00 AM Circuit Court's office. FARGO BANK, NA is in accordance with the cuit Court of the FIRST Ju-
CBy: Viki Jackuson urt ANNEX a t 11:00 AM, You mayC review the Plaintiff and ALIAN Americans with Disabili- dicial Circuit in and for
By: VikiDeputy Clerk ber, 2008, fhe following these Yo dcum review HORNE CAROL ELIZA- ties Act, persons with dis- OKALOOSA County,
Deputy Clerk ber, 2008, he following these documents BETH HOME- ANY AND abilities needing special Florida wherein
described property as set upon request. ALL UNKNWN PAR- accommodation to partic- GREENPOINT MORT-
Florida Default Lw forth in said Final Judg- mu .ee e TIES CLAIMING BY ipate in this proceeding GAGE FUNDING is the
Group, PL 8 meant: lerk must ke the THROUGH UNDER should contact Court Ad- Plaintiff and LAWRENCE
PTam.pO a, Florida A PORTION OF THE Court's office notified AND AGAINST THE ministration at 1250 N. E. GRAHAM; TROY MA-
Tama,33622-5018 EAST 600 FEETPORTION OF ofTHE Court's office notifi ad- HEREIN NAMED INDI Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, SON, and GEOR-
336W2-5018 EAST 600 1 FEET OF of your current ay file VIDUAL DEFENDANTIS) FL, 32579; telephone GEANN MASON are
AWEST 1066.1 FEET dress. (You may file ntWHO ARE NO number (850)651-7497, the Defendants, I will sell
IMPORTANT OF THE EAST 2415.5 Notice of Current KNO AR E DOE prior to the proceeding, to the highest and best
In accordance with the FEET OF THE SOUTH Address, Florida Su- KNO WN TO BE DEADR r bidder for cash at IN
Americans with Disabili- 1/2 OF SECTION 16 preme Court Ap- OR ALIVE, WHETHER 07/16/2008 FRONT OF CLERK'Sa at IN
ties Act, persons with dis- LYING SOUTH OF roved Family Law TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- 07/23/2008 FRONT DOOR OR
abilities needing special THE RIGHT OF WAY Form 12.915.) Future TIERS MAY CLAIM AN IN- 0 SHALIMAR ANNEX at
accommodation to partic- OF U.S. HIGHWAY papers in this law- TEREST AS VSES' LEGAL # 120068 11:00AM, on the 7 da,
pate in this proceeding 98, TOWNSHIP 2 suit will be mailed to GHEIRS OR tHDEVISEES L ug.,2 the
should contact Court Ad- SOUTH, RANGE 25 the address on rec- GRAI4TEES. OR OTHE I N THE IRCUIT of Aug., 2008, the fo.
ministration at 101 James WEST ACCORDING ord at the clerk's of- LaIM Srel the e-IN THE IRC T lowing a se d oin
Lee Blvd. East, shalimar TO TOE PUBLIC REC- ice. highest and best bidder JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN na Judgment:


In accordance with the DESCRIBED AS FOL- ily Law Rules of Pro- OF SHALIMAR ANNEX COUNTY FLORIDA THIRD ADDITIO N TO
Americans with Disabili- LOWS: BEGINNING cedure, requires cer- dat of A'AM, on2008 the NO. 2007 CA COUNTY, FLORIDA
ties Act, persons with dis- AT THE SOUTHEAST tam automatic dis- doofi Auge., 20 005621 5 DIVISION ACCORDING TO TH
abilities needing special CORNER OF THE closure of documents following described prop- 005621 S I AC THE
accommodation to partic- AFORESAID PARCELF and information. erty as set forth in said F FILE NO: F07053656 PLAT THEREO F, AS
pate in this proceeding THENCE RUN NORTH Failure to comply LOnaJT umeBLOCK E THE BANK OF NEW BCOK 2, ATRDED PAGE
should contact Court A ALONG THE WEST tions, includlt in san- PINECREST HILLS AC- YORK, AS INDEN- 164, OF THE PUBLIC
ministration at 1250 N. RIGHT OF WAY LINE hons, osciuding dis- o RIDING TO THE TURED TRUSTEE FOR RECORDS OF
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, OF COUNTY ROAD mssal or striking of CORD ING TOF AS THE BENEFIT THE0 K A L 0 0 S A
F 32579; telephone 472.5 FEET THENCE Pleadings. RECORDED IN PLAT CWABS INC, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
number 850-651-7497, RUN WEST A DIS- BOOK 4 PAGE 1 ASSET-BACKED A/K/A 518 THIRD
prior the proceeding. TANCE OF 246 FEET Dated July 18, 2008 PUBLICOOK 4RECOAGE 1 ASSE-BNOTES, SERIES A/K/AVENUE, 518DESTIN, HIRFL
07/16/08 GINNING; THENCE DON HOWARD K A L OO A 2007-SEAl, o 32541 n
07/23/08 RUN WEST A DIS- interest in the surplus
TANCE OF 108 FEET- COURT A/K/A 100 22ND sfrm the sale, if any
Leaal # 100421 THENCE RUN NORTH By: Kitty Sims STREET, NICEVILLE, F other than the properly











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telephone number t ')
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the -'
roceedi Sor halimar
850)651-7497
IMPORTANT I PETS & ANIMALS
IMPORTANT&
In accordance with the 2100- Pets
Americans with Disabili- 2110- Pets: Free to
ties Act, persons with dis- Good Home
abilities needing special 2120 Pet Supplies
accommodation to partic- 2130 Farm Animals/
pate in this proceeding 1 Supplies
should contact Court Ad2140 Pets/Livestock
ministration at 1250 N. 2150 rials
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 2150Peemors
FL; 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
07.16/2008
07/23/2008 Beautiful brindle Boxer
SPpups, shots current, par-
LMAL #120072 en t on site $250ea 850
IN T1HE CIRCUIT 375-0199, Crestview
COURT OF THE FIRST F 0 t hi
:JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
S AND FOR huahua ppies for sale.
OKALOOSA Startinq $300. Call
COUNTY FLORIDA 850-902-7275
CASE
NO.:2008DR2444 -
DIVISION: .


ELIZABETH
PHENS,
Petitioner


L. STE-


and
ADAM B. STEPHENS,
Respondent:
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: ADAM BLAKE STE-
PHENS (Respondent's
last known address) UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of our written de-
fenses, it any, to it on
name of Petitioner) Eliza-
eth Lee Stephens, whose
address is 1601 N. Pearl
St. Crestview, Fl 32536
on or before (date) Au-
gust 29, 2008, and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at (clerk's
address) Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL 32579, be-
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a
default my be en-
tered against you
for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
liron request.
ou must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Fu-
ture papers in'this lawsuit
will be mailed to the ad-
dress on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
1-2.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information'
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
in dismissal or striking
oFpleadings.
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
Dated: July 18, 2008.
07/23/2008
07/30/2008
08/06/2008
08/13/2008



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All Types of Watch &
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we buy antiques, Call
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30 inch electric stove.
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Crestview
Gigantic Yard
Salec
Sat. 8 until? ?
Household items & lots EMPLOYMENT
more I
3018 Colonial 4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
Circle 4120- Sales
off of Monterrey 4130 Employment
Cre--vi--ewInformation
Crestview
HUGE MOVING SALE -
Fri. & Sat Jul 25 & 26, W
8AM- 2PM, 1516 Texas
Pkwy. Furniture, Plus size 4100
clothes, T.V.'s & end to- Administrative/Clerical
bles. Too much to istl
Crestview FT Medical
HUGE MOVING Receptionist
SALE! with outgoing personality
Sat. July 26th 7AM for busy office, to answer
Noon 3110 Skyline Dr. Phones, schedule, handle
Furniture Refrigerator, patient payments,, com-
Chest, Lil Tykes Outdoor, puter literate, and ability
Toys Baby.y & Kids o multi task. Experience
Clothes, Housewares, preferred Fax Resume to
Pictures & Computer 850-4213-1313
Stuff.
Crestview Crestview area; mother
M Sale seeking childcare for her
Moving Sale children, need them for 3
Sat 8am ? hours in AM; get kids to
5 pc dining room table bus stop, work some
living room wall unit, 2 weekends. Will consider
computer desks, couch & room and board for ex-
loveseat, master BR suite change in childcare. Call
w/queen size wall unit 689-8739
style headboard, upright
freezer, small refn gera- Freedom Tax Serv-
tor coffee table w/2end Freedom Tax Ser-
tables, counter top micro- ice is now accept ing
wave, 2 TVs. All items applications for full
must be sold cash only, part time tax preparers
no checks. 43-7779 for & receptionists. $ hr -
more info Training, $10. hr + Bo-
3132 Skyhawk nus during season for
Di ve tax preparers. Season
"Drive begins in Nov. Must
E. on 90, turn left on take & pass free Tax
Fairchild, then right on Class. Apply now lim-
Skyhawk. cited spaces. Class
Creslview I-begins in Sept. Fax Re-
Crestviewsume to 683-1919 or
Multi Family Call for info + interview
Yard Sale now 683-1040 Ask for
Disney Princess bedroom Bob or Joanne
set, boy & girls clothes,
lots of other misc items.
Saturday July 26th 7-12- Hurricanes Are Com-
310 Shoa River Dr. ingl Adjusters and con-
tractors needed Any
Crestview level of experience. High
YARD SALE earning potential. For
118 CLAIRE DR more information Call
118 CAIRE DR (1800)580-1146 or go to
Sat. 26th, 7-11am. Take )5 www.eladuster.com
PJ Adams Pkwy turn left e
on Ashley Dr, 3rd st on
left is Claire br. Slide in Logistics/Transportation
electric stove, lamp
young boys Eclothing Driver Trainees
(teen), plants, framed por- Needed
treats, woman's clothing No CDL? No Problemi
1X, misc items. Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
I dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309
NOW OPEN
DeFuniak Springs Flea N B A
Market 267 Hwy 90 E.
Vendors booths are filling
up fast Call to reserve687-9863 Marketing/Product
Debra 850-687-9863 Marketing/Product .


Ron's Appliance & TUPPERWARE
Parts open 8am-6pm, New Catalog, monthly
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli- special replacement or-
ance parts, appliance re- d6er. Call Jackie
pair. 215 N. Main 682-4305
Street, Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515


S CCW Classes/
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Auction-Real Estate Call 85-537-9610
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For Sale: Mattress & Box
spring, Kin $100.; .
Queen $75 ; Double "
$150. +Frame; Rollaway 1 380
bed $20. Call 682-0077 2003 Kubota Tractor
with front loader finish
mower and 3 FT disk.
N W TnOD 1000 hrs. Very good
NfW T UUIll shape $1000.
537-8399 or 865-2193
Phillips Ma navox con-
sole T.V., 27 in. screen
$50. New China Gar- |I .3300 |I
den 9ft X 7ft area rua


$50. Matchbox City Car
rug 4ft. X 6ft. $10. Call
682-8699


NEW TODAY


Sewing machine cabinet 18 in chrome rims
$75. and white 41x47 w/tires 1 yr old. $900.
inch storage cabinet 3 OBO all 682-5019
drawer and door. $50. ----6 ou
689-7503 600 stores want your
6__89business-Discounts From
1%'30% Sign Up is Free'
-,. Use Code #508776
fl www.Escapelnternational.com.
fW I-" (386)447-3132.
Sleeper Sofa, ood con- T
edition $120. 00 China L~~aI
hutch $90. OBO Call -
682-1580 54" RCA
Projection TV $800
OBO.David Crestview

I---3230 __Buildings For Salel
"Beat Next Substantial In-
Baker creasel"
HUGE YARD 20x30x12 $4900.
25x40x14 $7900.
SALE! 30x50x14 $9085.
The Baker Lady Rattlers 35x56x16 $13,200.
Softball Team is having 40x60x16 $16,900.
a yard & bake sale 50x140x19 $47600.
Sat. July 26,7:30AM- 60x100x18 $37,000.
1PM, 5773 Hwy 4 Pioneer since
(across from Baker 1980...(800)668-5422.
ire). Toys, Dishes,
Books, Clothes, Baked For sale 2 Burial
oods & Drinks. Lots of Plots, both for $2700,in
,oodiesI front part of Live Oak
Park Memorial Cemetery.
682-8535
Baker Repair all brands of
Yard Sale laptops & desktops. Low
Sat. July 26th price. Quik turnaround
7am noon 682-3912
1548 Greenwood Rd.(off -
Hwy 4)
household items,
barbie's. 331


company and donations
arelaxCeeductible. Cresview
n 2-FAMILY GAR-
AGE SALE!
ESNL Sat. July 26, 7AM Til ?,
125 Winchester Way
1150 ^ (Off Reinke Rd. Tread-
Single white male 70 mill John Boat, boys
5'8 1701bs. Looking for clothes, toys &strollers.
a small white lady 65-72.
I am easy going and Crestview
easy to please. Just need Back Yard Sale
a good woman to share Fri. & Sat July 25th &
and do things together. 26th
S Please write RLB P.O. 7am-1lpm
Box 876, Crestview FL 4659 Browning Court
32,536, or call (850) (off Live Oak Church Rd)
689-8038 Lot of stuff I


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Full sized 6 yr old Casio
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here in Crestview.
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Marketing
Support
Specialist
CHELCO is seeking a
Marketing Support Spe-
cialist. A high school di-
ploma or equivalent is
preferred, with two years
of directly related experi-
ence. Candidates must
have excellent general of-
fice skills, anc excellent
verbal and written com-
munication skills. Must as-
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keting inquiries in a cour-
teous manner. Proficiency
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design promotional ads
is desirable with profi-
ciency in graphic design
software such as Adobe
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Professional, designg,
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to 5:00.
Applications will be ac-
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at CHELCO s DeFuniak
Springs office. The appli-
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on-line at
www.chelco.com, click
on the employment link to
complete, and submit, or
pick up application at
any CHELCO office and
return to: CHELCO, Hu-
man Resources P.O. Box
512, DeFuniak Springs
FL 32435, Fax #
850-951-2302.
RESUMES
ACCEPTED ONLY
IF ATTACHED TO
APPLICATION.
Drug Free Workplace -
EE O-M/F
Medical/Health
In Home
Support, Exp.
Live in position in Crest-
view. Pay $2300mo. All
weekends off, all ma or
holidays off. 259-7190
for appointment.
Web ID #27815919


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Crestview For lease
Commercial Space 798-
A&B S. Main St.
682-2735
For Lease, All newly re-
modeled Commercial
Space. 294 N. Main St.
Great Location I
682-2735
For Lease, Newly Re-
modeled Commercial
Space 176-178 S. Indus-
trial Drive. 682-2735
Office Space for rent in
Shalimar. 2 room office
with a bathroom, private,
close to the Court House,
ideal for a contractor
$425 +. utilities. Contact
Sonya at 651-9900 for
details.



Crestview- 1 br apt,
698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletely furnished utilities
incl. No pets. $625. mo
682-3166.
Crestview
1ba 1ba
call Scott 546-1192'
Crestview-- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gated no pets
$575mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 1. month
free rent. 585-1574
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 daily, $165
weekly, Furnished effi-
ciency $200 Weekly.
$600 4 weeks.
Call 682-4466


Crestview
PMA is taking app. for 1,
2 & 3bd apartments. /
year lease. No pets.
From $400 mo. to $625.
mo. call 682-6310


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FWB, Tropical bird sanc-
tuary No pets, lbr,
$650 & up. W/D,
Lease/DD. 243-1954 or
585-6420




Crestview 805 Purl
Adams, 2 br, 1 1/2ba,
W/D $755/mo + dep.
Avail now 543-4742



Crestview (3) very nice
3br 2ba, $79-$895
FWB 36r' 2ba $895.
Like new. 85068'5-5820
2, 3 & 5 bd houses &
trailers for rent. Call
830-2061 or 682-4070
BWB large 2087sf, 3 br
+ office, 2 ba 2 cg, FP,
FL room, quiet neighbor-
hood w/2 pools. All
appls. $1275mo+ SD.
Pets negotiable. 1-3 yr
lease. Avail. 8/1. (850)
428-1026 or 654-9799

Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
S3205 Maple Ave.
Sbr, ba, $675+dd
4638 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba, $850+dd
369 John Kind Rd
3 br 2 ba,$875+dd
120Kyle$Lane
3 br, 2 ba, $900+dd
0513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2V2ba $1000+dd
2932 Schultz
3 br 2ba,$1000+dd
278 Ato ka Trail
3 br, 2 be, B$1100+dd
*2413 Hal Moon D
3br,2 ba, $1200+dd
125 Mi Pond Caove
4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1200

Coldwell Banker United
Realtors 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850) 689-1515
or (850) 682-5922
a307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
1 ba, 700sf $425 trilex
365 Wafnut Ave 2re
1ba, 900sf, $500 end
unit
309 Walnut Ave. 2br
1ba 900sf, $500 end
unit
238 Runnymeade Dr.
2br 1.5ba, 930 sf,
$60, interior unit
05321 SteeleRoad, 3br,
2ba, 1780sf $625, pets
with approval Baker
141 Wood awn Dr
3br, 2 ba, 1094sf,
$75, new carpet
e440 Appie Drive 3br,
2ba, 1094sf, $79, pet
allowed w/approval
132 Hampnton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets
allowed
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $825 no
pets 1ist month rent free
02904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, Iba, 1600sf, $850
pets allowed w/app roval
050 Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
1165sf, $875 cathedral
ceilings in master bed
0189 Waterway Lane,
3br, 2ba 1420sf, $995,
no pets allowed Baker
614 Prairie t 3 br, 2
ba 1642sf, $925, South
of 1-10
*2813 Mohican VWay
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95
South of I-10
0507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
first month's rent free
0 238 Tiffot Ct. 3br, 2ba
1620sf, $995, no pets
*8146 8th Ave, 3br,
2ba, 1355sf, $1000,
military discounted on
rent to $950
*01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
lare fnced back yard
0228 Citadel Lane, 3br,
2ba, 1970sf, $1100 no
pets allowed
0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba
1901sf $1195 military
discount
2140 Hagood Loop 4
br 2.5 ba, 2254sf,
1200, split bedroom
041r0 Big Buck Trail,
4br 2ba, 1823sf,
$1215 no pets allowed
0 435 Hatchee Dr 4 br
2 ba, 2250sf, $1300,
all appliances included.
*5262 Clint Mason Rd.
3br 2.5ba 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed with
approval.
*642 Territory Lane 4br,
3ba, 3031sf $1500 mili
tary 1 free month rent
*650 Territor Lane 4br,
$200 military discount/
For further information
and to apply online,
please visit our website
at: www.cburpm.com
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
LR, waterview from fron
porch. Mil discount.
5600+$300 SD
902-2383 or 682-9911
Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
plenty of room, horses
welcome. $1060. mo
.call Scott 546-1192


Crestview
3bd 2ba Large fenced
yard pool, 1630 SF.
$115. mo +dd. 2751
.Keats Dr. call Scott
546-1192
Crestview 3bd., 2 ba,
Section 8 approved,
$850. mo deposit re-
quired. 537-2960 or
830-7944
Crestview Beautiful
4br, 2.5ba, 2cg, 2550sf
deck, fenced yard. pets
ok,OLd Bethel Estates.
$1650/ mo.420-7400


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Crestview house for
rent 5 br, 2 ba brick
house, new remodeled,
hardwood/tile, very spa-
cious large kitchen
$10 d0mo/$ 1000dep.
Pets neg. Call 902-1299



*Crestview Rent to
own 3000sf executive
home S. of 1-10 Pets ok.
$1000/rmo David
850-826-1662
Crestview
Rent to own 3bd 2ba
Nice house in Crestview.
Credit problems OK. Call
1-888-206-4649
ext. 1675
Crestview Rentals:
* 232 S Spring St $600
* 695 E Robinson $700
* 537 Field Ave $700
*. 150 Cabana $950
+ 514 Krest Dr $950
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777


NEW T10A-y
Crestview, So. of 1-10,
36r, 2ba, Ig. fenced
yard, large shed,g pet
OK. $895. 243-231I
Crestview/Lee Farm
New Home for
Rent
1600sq/ft, 3br, 2ba,
2cg, 1000 a month;
850499-3506




Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing,
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 bd/2 ba; $950
Crestview
0 216 Virginia St
2bd/1 ba; $650.
1704 1st Ave
3 bd/1.5 ba; $700
202 Virginia St
2 bd/1.5 ba; $700'
329 John King Rd
3 br/ 2 ba, $800
134 'Swaying Pine Ct
3 bd/2.5 ba; $825
2805 Wilson Lane
3 br/2 ba, $900
105 Louise Dr
3 br/2 ba $900
3650 Okaloo Lane
6 br, 3 ba $900
6462 Moonli ht Ln
3bd/2 ba; $1150
0 5442 E Brook Dr
4 bd/32 ba; $1200
0.493 Jillian Dr
4 br, 2ba; $1200
.* 3124 Border Creek Rd
4 br, 2 ba, $1200
Mossy Head Available
8-1-08 Georgous 4 BR
3BA 3100 sq. ft. house
on 10 acres. Completely
upgraded w/hardwood
floors and ceramic tiles
throughout. Central heat
& air, too many extras to
list $1400. ma +$1000.
DD (pets welcome) Call
850-269-3960 or
850-687-9863


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Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
3 3819 Golden Acres
$750 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
60o Moss Drive
;875 3br, 2 ba,2cg
391 Riverchase
$1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
All Properties require c
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refun able.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156



Baker: Nice 2bd,2bc
$600mo.+DD, 2br lba
550mo+ DD. Both on 1
acre lot no pets/smoking
Ref. Req. 537-2510
Crestview 2 bedroorr
mobile home. No pets
850-682-1972
Crestview La 3br, 2ba
doublwide, $650
i 427 Brookmeade Dr.
2br, $325 2970 Mc
Carty Ave. 398-6600
Holt
3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4 Bd 2 Bc
Call Scott 546-1192



Getaway to Paradist
SNow Make it an islantc
resort vacation. Save goa:
& 50% on Suites 9
Gulffront Parlors $135
t Limited time offer detail:
(888)791-0066.
JustLetGo.com/NP.
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3bd 1.5 ba, carport, 1.
ac. of land. $99500
902-1869 or 902-7525
Crestview
Rent to own 3bd 2ba
Nice house in Crestview.
Credit problems OK. Call
1-888-206-4649 ext.
1675
Crestview; 124 Pal-
metto Dr. For sale by
owner. 2 story, 2000sf,
3br 2.5ba, 2c Ig.
kitchen & breakfast area,
formal dining room & liv-
'ing room, large shed.
fenced backyard, front &
back porch. $198,500.
or rent for $1500/mo.
Call 850-826-0395 or
826-0396 or 2006214


HEW g9DAV

Easy Commute
to Eglin via Hwy 285.
New, energy efficient
homes starting as low
as $92,5001 Call for
locations
REVISED-
Lovely home in the
country on 1 acre with
33 acres available.
2150sf, 3 br, 2ba.
$199,995
HOLLY HILLS
price reduced 1600+
sf 3 br, 2 ba, 2 eg,
shadd corner lot.

GREAT BUY!
Masonry, 1225sf, 3 br,
1.5 ba in town for only
$69,995, one of the
lowest on the market!
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850 689-1334
850 582-3806


Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987

Naylor Realty
Affordable Housing
DeFuniakSpringsUSA.com



Crestview Lot w/ older
MH needs wk. Almost 1
ac. Poverty Creek Rd.
$35Kobo 398-1761
NC Mountains 2+ ac-
res with great view, very
rivat, Bigb trees, water-
ls re public lake
nearby, $49,500 call
now (866)789-8535.
New Arizona Land
RushI 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized
Lots[ $0 Down. $0 Inter-
est. $159-$208 per
month I Money Back
SGuaranteel
(877)466-2104 or
www.sunsiteslandrush.com


Public Land Auction
Kentucky, Missouri, Ten-
nessee Land Parcels, Liq-
uidation Prices, Low Mini-
mum Bids, Owner Financ-
ing; Everyone Qualifies,
Invest Now, Register to
Bid Today at
www.billyland.com
(800)724-0551.


I 7190
2700 sf Log Cabin Kit &
1+ .Acre lake 'Access'
with Free Boat Slips only
$84,900. SALEI Satur-
day, August 2nd.


160,000 acre recrea-
tional lake in Kentucky
Ask how to receive If f JuUi'
$5,000 Gas Cardl Low-
est financing in 25+
ears. Call now WANTED None running
(800)704-3154, x 1938 ATV'S lawn mowers and
Grand OpeningLake go carts 537-8091
front Salel 7 Acres-
$49,900. 8/09/08 j iMII
Only. New to. market
Spectacular, level 7 acre 8330
hardwood setting- deep
waterfront! Prime, AL lo-
catioi, minutes from Inter- NIJ lA
state Gated community, NEWI
paved roads, county
water, utilities, more. 1996 Coachmen pop
Lowest financing in up camper $1000. OB
years Call now Call 682-1946 if no an-
(800 564-5092, x swer please leave
1188. 5 message.
How about Tennessee?
For a list of available 37' Travel
lake & mountain homes & Trailer
properties call Lakeside SPRINGDALE
eal toll free @ RIN"
(888 291-5253 or visit KEYSTONE 02
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com Rear bedroom, couch
North Geora Moun- dinette, full kitchen.
North rGeor Visia Sleeps 8. Has holding
tain roperties Vist: tanks. Comes with
www. ASDover. com, ear full warranty.
w',., ,, ..1 1 Clean and ready for
FallingWatersClub.com, the road $15"900
or www.Tranquility OBO. 850-420-0874
atCartersLake.com or 850-880-6228
(800)200-7458.'



New Homes for Sale
"Special Financing Available"


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;AUTOMnTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
0140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 AlrcratAviatlon
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Molorhomes



93Lexus LS 400, two
tone gold, fully loaded,
looks and runs great,
$6500 Call Steve
682-4880
Chevy Lumina '99, New
starter, battery, tires
body and interior good
cond. Need work/blown
head gasket. $600 OBO
689-8576
Ford Focus 2001 Good
Cond. $3800.
902-3247
Ford Focus '2001 waon
Good Cond. $38 0.
902-3247


8120
Jeep Liberty '02, Limited
LTD 4x4, 6 cyl. low mile-
age, good gas, excellent
condition $9000.
689-0075 after 6pm.
S SUV
Ford Explorer
1999, 4wd cyl SOHC
4.0L, 102,000 miles,
new tires and brakes,
$5100. Call 936-1301



Dodge truck, '94
1500. 4 wheel drive.
Needs trans work.
$2250 obo. 398-1761
Mazda B2200
1991 Pickup
Cold AC, new
carburetor new header,
excellent body. Good on
Gas! Needs some work.
$2500. 305-6739



Honda
Odyssey 2002
87K. $8,700- 862-7897



23 Ft Formula Cuddy w/
motor and trailer.
$3100. obo all runs
good 398-1761.
1995 Sunbird 18.5 ft.
pleasure boat, volvo mo-
tor. Interior needs re-
all 682-6203 or
537-9243



2008 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Low hrs, perfect condi-
tion. Under factory war-
ranty. $5000.
SOLD!!






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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.


'5,000REBATES
on Avalanche, Silverado,
Extended or Crew Cabs.
In lieu of 0%.
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AUTO TRANSMISSION, 4C & CRUISE
4fter Discounts & Rebates
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(excludes h
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,29,890


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of 0%.


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3/4TON REG CAB
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Disounis Rebotes 8450
17990

08 SILVERADO
EXTCAB
4111W0 ftl`AfVN10NI 4. CRUtif
After D's-oun& Rebotes


S08 SILVERADOi
REG CAB
AUTO TRANS, AC CRUISE
AAfter Discounts & Rebates
15,449


08 EQUINOX
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FAM CD, ONSTAR
After Discounts & Rebates


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REVOLUTION
:'t-4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
W ,rd c- h ev rolet.com
ip ,red .in lieu of all rebaies. Price includes all rebates and dealer discounrs L.1PG i' e:iirnai -dg.l h i-'A:' rrnile i:per qaIll,:rn
#eild e probcssing fee. Residency restriction may apply Photos for illustraltor purpose onl Sale endi 7'3,1/i


8 MODELS WITH
30MPG
OR BETTER


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AUTO TRANSMISSION, A(C XAl RADIO .-. . .. .- PW. PL, CRUISE. TILTAMFAMCD,
WITH CO, REA4RSPOILER KEYLESS ENTRY
4fier Discounts & Rebates After Discouts &Rebates
7323,486 29MPG

GREAT USED CARS GREAT DISCOUNTS N1
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