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Publication Date: January 3, 2009
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OBITUARIES...........................2
RELIGION............................... 3
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Baker teen

remembered

as 'a blessing'


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Tyler Jones died in a auto accident
Dec. 28.

Community rallies

around Jones'family
Florida Fre'enm.Npa-.nars
,iIi'lfiiiM ll,, came to-
fected by
irageay.
The community this past week ral-
lied-around the family of Tyler Jones; 17,
who died in ah auto accident this past
Sunday on Old River Road.
"We've been blessed with having the
entire community just reach up and
hold onto us, so many people supporting
us in so many different ways," Tyler's
father, Larry Jones, said Monday.
Larry was surrounded by Tyler's
classmates and friends as he spoke.
Larry told WEAR-TV that Tyler was
See JONES A7


store and kept books. She was a short, joviallady inth me enq Luaiams supermarKet serve ANN SPANN I Crestiew News Bulletin
who alwayscarriedon a conversation with cus- customers at Lauel Hill and the surrounding AFRIEND: Tyler Joes waves to an
Customers as shechecked them out. On Fridays and area for 58 years. acquaintance during the 2008 Baker
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Local


Saturday, January 3, 2009


Matthew Edward Duple-
chain celebrates his first
birthday Jan. 8. He. is the
son of Dylan and Christina
Duplechain of Crestview.


Shelby Nichole Cox cel-
ebrates her first birthday
Jan. 20. She is the daughter
of Kevin and Paula Cox of
Crestview.


Is your child celebrating his or herfirst birthday soon?
Jill Smith takes the Crestview News Bulletin's "Happy
First Birthday!" photos in her studio at 5669 Reinke Dr.,
behind the Crestview library. Photos will be taken by
appointment between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays.
Please call 826-1819 for an appointment. A free birthday
photo will be takenfor publication in the Crestview News
Bulletin. Additional photo packages are available for pur-
chase. "Happy First Birthday!" photos are published in
print editions of the News Bulletin and at www.crestview-
bulletin.com. Photos must be arranged within one month
of the child's first birthday. Call 826-1819 for details.


Obituaries.

BAKER LEE HILL


Baker Lee Hill,
76, of Crestview;
was called home
to be with his
Lord and Savior,
Jesus Christ, on
Wednesday, Dec.
24, 2008.
He was born in
Albertville, Ala., H
on Oct. 29, 1932.
He moved to Pon-
tiac, Mich., with his wife
and daughter in 1953 and
lived there until he moved
to Crestview in 1987. He
retired in 1985 from Fisher
Body and Pontiac Motors,
division of General Motors
Corporation, after 32 years
of service.
He was a man of God,
devoted to his family. He
was a great husband, fa-
ther and grandfather who
will be greatly missed by
his loved ones and friends.
He was Southern Baptist
by faith and a member of
Antioch Baptist Church,
Crestview.
Baker was preceded in
death by his loving wife,
Edna June Keaton Hill, af-
ter 58 years of marriage,


and his parents,
Oscar and Geor-
gie Hill.
Baker is sur-
vived by his
daughter, Brenda
Lynell Byrd, and
her husband,
Terry Lee Byrd;
his beloved and
adored grand-
daughter, Kait-
lynn Marie Byrd of Nicev-
ille; and his brother and his
wife, Charles and Doris Hill
of Brooklet, Ga.
Floral arrangements
can be sent to Brackney Fu-
neral Service or a donation
in his name can be made
to Hospice of Niceville or
Crestview.
Visitation and service
were held Tuesday, Dec.
30 from 11 a.m. to 1 -p.m.,
and conducted by Rev. Jim
Jordan at Brackney Fu-
neral Service, Crestview.
Brackney is charge of the
arrangements.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest
book for Baker Lee Hill on-
line at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


CPD delivers holiday cheer


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A wail of sirens and the
flash of blue lights some-
times heralds trouble.
But this time of year,
kids know it means Santa
has come early, and he's
wearing the blue uniform of
a Crestview Police officer.
A caravan led by a
CPD patrol vehicles rolled
through several Crestview
Public Housing Authority
neighborhoods Dec. 23. In
addition to a pair of police
cars, the parade included
two pick-ups, each towing a
trailer laden with gifts.
"We had an outstanding
response from the commu-
nity even though the econ-
omy is as bad as it is," said
Lt. Kent Buckner, who with
Lt. Eddie Lehneis heads
up CPD's community rela-
tions efforts.
The annual toy distri-


bution began as an idea of
Sgt. Bill Napier, a former
Crestview Police officer
who served in public hous-
ing neighborhoods.
"We always tried to help
out the kids in public hous-
ing and it's just grown,"
Buckner said.
As the caravan pulled
up, volunteers, including
Lehneis' wife and sons,
bounded out of the trucks
and jumped into the trailers
to start distributing toys.
Kids ran and skipped up to
the vehicles, then happily
scampered away, hugging
stuffed animals, games and
dolls.
Buckner said most of the
toys are distributed by the
rolling caravan, but some
are passed out to specific
families recommended by
caseworkers with the De-
partment of Families and
Children. Assistance often
includes donating food,


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TOY DRIVE: The Okaloosa County Commission
on the Status of Women met at the home of
Judy Wiseman for its annual toy drive. Pictured
with OCCSW members is Ken Hair, Executive
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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
OFFICER SANTA: Crestview Police officer Sam Kimmons
distributes a stuffed bear to a gleeful child during
the police department's annual Christmas giveaway


last month.
clothing and personal hy-
giene products.
The Crestview Fire
Department's firefighters'
union, for example, assist-
ed a family of five children
this year, Buckner said. In
all, more than 75 children
are expected to benefit
from the program.


The Santa-hatted police
officers who helped gather
and distribute the toys
seemed just as pleased.
"It's real fun," observed
Buckner happily as a
little barefoot blonde girl
clutched a white teddy bear
to her chest and displayed
a wide, ear-to-ear grin.


Winner treasures


OSTF holiday prize


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The folks at Air-Med-
ics of NWF have cornered
the market on Old Spanish
Trail Festival Society trea-
sures.
Pete Cherenzia of Nicev-
ille, an Air-Medics employ-
ee, recently received the
OSTF's "Christmas Trea-
sure" package worth $600-
plus.
An Air-Medics employ-
ee also won the traditional
OSTF treasure hunt in the
ring.
Cherenzia received a
$250 Wal-Mart gift card, a
.$250 Fill-Ups Food Stores
gift card, and $100 worth of
Florida Lottery scratch-off
tickets.
The OSTF accepted do-
nations for more than 900
tickets for the drawing.
The group estimates the
drawing will net $400 for


the 2009 festival.
"We were trying to
decide on different fund
raisers. We thought, we
already have a treasure
hunt, so let's have a Christ-
mas treasure," said OSTF
Society President Larry
Woolley.
Cherenzia had an-
ticipated a "not-so-good"
Christmas before win-
ning the drawing, but said
the prize "turned his year
around."
He said he couldn't take
all of the credit. He said his
19-year-old daughter has
been a good-luck charm
this year. She won a chance
at a dash-for-cash booth at
a Chelco event and won an
OSTF singing contest ear-
lier this year.
"'Little Miss Lucky'
will be helping me scratch
off those lottery tickets,"
Cherenzia said.
KYLE WRIGHT I Crest-
view News Bulletii
TREASURE WIN-
NER: Pete Cher-
enzia, right,
receives his
Old Spanish
Trail Festival
Christmas Trea-
sure prize from
OSTF Society
president tarry
Woolley.


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FROM THE PULPIT


Giving until it feels good: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive'


In Acts 20:35 we are told
"it is more blessed to give
than to receive."
However, many of us
miss the mark on experi-
encing this great Biblical
truth because our focus is
more on "receiving" than
"giving". How can we over-
come this mindset?
About 20 years ago I
read an article that helped
me understand how to be-
come a true giver. It begins
with understanding God
owns everything, and we
are called to bring our lives
under acceptance of this
principle. We are called
to manage what God has
placed in our care. To do so
is to be a good steward. A
faithful steward is pleasing
to God.
I hope and pray you will
want your life to be pleas-
ing to God. I know I do, but


how? There
are five
basic prin-
ciples that
will enable
you to be
a giver to
God.
THE REV. BRUCE G The
SHEFFIELD first prin-
From the Pulpit ciple is to
give God
the first hour of every day.
Sound difficult? Not really.
We can begin the day with
prayer and gratitude to God
for His guidance and help,
This is not necessarily 60
minutes so much as we are
to try and spend some time
with God at the beginning
of every day. Bible reading
and devotional time can
help us lift our thoughts
toward God and determine
to live all of the day in His
will. Remember the words


of Psalm 118:24, "This is the
day the Lord has made; let
us rejoice and be glad in it".
The second principle is
to give God the first day of
every week. In our modern
day, we are rather confused
about the weekend. Some
people think of the week-
end as beginning.Friday
afternoon and closing as
they go to work on Monday.
We need to reexamine our
calendar. The weekend
comes to a conclusion on
Saturday. Sunday is the
beginning of the week. Sad
to say, modern humanity
has secularized the Sacred.
What a shame. Sunday is
the Lord's Day! We are
called to a time of worship
and rest, not recreation and
shopping. May God help us
to get it right.
The third principle
calls us to give God the first


portion of our paycheck.
God is not poor and He
is not a beggar, nor is He
seeking to impoverish us or
to deprive us of any of the
necessities of life. When we
faithfully bring our titles
and offerings to the Lord,
we are accepting Him as
owner of all. Even we are
His. When we become giv-
ers, we become like God,
the Great Giver. We will
never discover the highest
joy of living until we, like
our God and like our Savior,
give ourselves for the well
being of others. As we give,
we demonstrate a similarity
of character to our God.
The fourth principle
calls us to give God first
consideration in every deci-
sion we make. We all face
decisions every day. Some
of our decisions are based
on the past traditions and


customs. However, as we
make decisions that affect
our lives and family and the
lives of others, we should
seek for and pray for the
mind of Christ. We need
to ask the question, "What
would Jesus do?" Please
know Jesus will never lead
you to make a wrong deci-
sion. Trust Him!
The fifth principle is
to give God first place in
our hearts. The great com-
mandment calls us to love
God first, foremost and
supremely. The next com-
mandment calls us to love
our neighbor as ourselves.
We must love ourselves
properly to know how to
love our neighbor. Only God
deserves first place in our
hearts. Every other person
or thing that might claim
first place will ultimately
disappoint us. What do


you think our lives and our
churches would be like if
we really gave God first
place in our hearts and in
our churches? I do declare
people would look upon us
as having spent time with
Jesus. 0 Lord, may it be so,
may it be so!

The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Ave., Crestview (phone
682-2018). Sunday morning
worship is at 8 a.m. in the
Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional
services and at 9:12 a.m. in
the Sanctuary for our con-
temporary service. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m.
in the Sanctuary. Web site:
www.crestviewfumc.com.
E-mail:office@crestview-
fumc.gccoxmail.com.


Tall Pines site to serve as kids' home


United Methodist Children's Home will be a shelter for troubled adolescents


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The sounds of kids at play may
soon echo near the landmark
geodesic domes of the former
Tall Pines Academy.
Planned for the site is a United
Methodist Children's Home. Part
of a nationwide network of facili-
ties, the home would offer shelter
to underprivileged, abused or
homeless adolescents.
"We're very excited to be ex-
panding in the Florida," said Jill
West, director of development for
UMCH.
Tall Pines Academy, the for-
mer Christian school, closed the
doors of its distinctive Duggan
Avenue campus following the
spring semester in 2008. The
building next to the domes was
sold for a reported $495,000.


The UMCH already operates
a group home for girls in Milton,
one of 15 residential group homes
offering residential care.
Work currently is underway to
covert the single-story building
at 120 Duggan Ave. into a 12-bed-
room, 24-bed facility. Specific pro-
grams and whether the home will
be boys-only, girls-only, or will ac-
commodate kids of both genders,
has not yet decided.
"We're still readying the fa-
cility and talking with the family
network to determine what the
greatest needs are," West ex-
plained. "That's our mission: to
serve the community's greatest
need."
As part of its overall mission of
preparing young people for adult-
hood and to help them overcome
years of abuse or neglect, United
Methodist Children's Homes re-


ceive substantial assistance from
area churches. Church programs
and members offer support and
services for residents at the
homes.
"We've got people who are
ready to work," said Delynn Rob-
erts at the First United Method-
ist Church of Crestview. "One
of our Sunday school teachers
just asked how her class can get
involved. We're just waiting to
hear (from the children's home
staff)."We've always received
great support from our Method-
ist churches," West added.
West said the facility might
open as early as this month.
"If possible, we'd like to get it
open then," she said, noting the
program's many years of exper-
tise. "Our children's homes have
been around for more than a
century."


KYLE WRIGHT I CrestviewNew Bulletin
FUTURE CHILDREN'S HOME: This building at 120 Duggan Ave. is
slated to become a United Methodist Children's Home. The
distinctive domes of the former Tall Pines Academy are visible
in the background.


Church BRIEFS


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
Wednesdays.

EVENTS

KEVIN SPENCER &
FRIENDS: will be in con-
cert on Monday at 7 p.m..at
the Shady Grove Assembly


of God church in Baker. Call
Carroll Senn at 537-2774 for
details.
BLACKWOOD LEGA-
CY CONCERT: Thursday
at 7 p.m. at Valley Road
Baptist Church, 1018 Valley
Road, Crestview. A love of-
fering will be received.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of


the month. Funds gener-
ated are used for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's out-
reach activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available
inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-
3437 for details. The church
is located at 424 Garden St.


in Crestview.
FIRST 'ARTS CON-
CERTS: Jan. 9, 7:30 .p.m.
- Tim Zimmerman and
the King's Brass
Jan.23,7:30 p.m. -Mon-
tana Skies
Both concerts are part
of the First Arts Concert
Series of First United
Methodist Church in Fort
Walton Beach. Doors open


at 6 p.m. so that patrons
can enjoy the adjacent art
gallery,
Advance tickets are $12
for adults and $6 for stu-
dents; tickets at the door
are $15 for adults and $8
for students. Purchase at
Pavlic's Unique Florist
in Destin; Kitchenique in
Sandestin; Bayou Books
in Niceville; Playground


Music, PS Gifts, and in the
church office at 103 First
St. SE, in Fort Walton.
You may print an or-
der form online at www.
firstartsconcerts.org/tick-
ets.htm and mail it follow-
ing instructions on the
form.
Details: 243-9292 or 243-
6083 or www.firstartscon-
certs.org.


What's HAPPENING


TODAY
NEW YEAR'S COUN-
TRY DINNER: 4:30 to 7:30
at the Knights of Columbus
Hall at 701 E. James Lee
Blvd., in Crestview. Plates
are $7 for adults, $5 for pre-
teens and preschoolers eat
free of charge. Ham, black-
eyed peas, chicken and
dumplings, greens, bever-
ages and other foods will be
served.

NORTH OKALOOSA
SENIOR CENTER
MUSIC AND MORE: The
Crestview Senior Activity
Center at Old Spanish Trail
Park invites seniors to join
in for an afternoon of music
from 1 to 4 p.m. every Fri-
day. Bring your keyboard,
guitar or other musical in-
strument. Fun is the key-
word. Card and bingo days
also available. For more
information call Estelle at
682-8230.
MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR. HOLIDAY
SCHEDULE: Carver-Hill
Memorial & Historical So-
ciety and the Concerned
Citizens Group of Crest-
view will host the following
events in January:
Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. Panel
discussion on "Embracing
the Change: Past, Present
& Future" at New Life Mis-
sionary Baptist Church, 285
Duggan Ave., Crestview.
Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. An-
nual program with Speaker
Minister Reggie Washing-
ton of New LifefInterna-
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tional Worship Center. The
program will be held at the
Carver-Hill School Center
on School Ave. in Crest-
view.
Jan. 17 at 10 a.m. MLK
parade, with lineup at 9:30
a.m. at the corner of Lloyd
St. and Martin Luther King
Jr. in Crestview, to the Oka-
d6osa County Courthouse
square. Guest speaker,
Charles Baugh, Crestview
city council member.
For details on any of
these events, contact Sis.
Fern Benbow at 682-6764,
the Rev. Sanford Hayes at
(850) 621-4187, Dea. Willie
Hutchinson at 682-4067, or
Sis. Catherine Dortch at
682-6287.
CIRCUIT COURT
JUDGE POSITION: The
First Circuit Judicial Nomi-
nating Commission is now
accepting applications for
a Circuit Judge position in
Shalimar, Okaloosa County.
Applicants must be regis-
tered voters, a member of
the Florida Bar for the past
five years, and residents
within the First Judicial
Circuit.
Interviews are sched-
uled for Feb. 2 at 9 a.m. and
all day Feb. 3 in the Shali-
mar Courthouse Annex in
the Visiting Judge's cham-
bers next to Courtroom G.
Applications may be
obtained Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. from Wanda J. Clapp
at Jones & Flowers, 323 E.
John Sims Pkwy., Nicev-
ille, ( 50) 729-7440 or from


the Florida Bar Web site at
www.flabar.org. An original
and nine copies of the ap-
plication must be received
by Ms. Clapp no later than
5 p.m. on Wednesday.
BEGINNER COM-
PUTER CLASSES: will
start in January at the Har-
vest Vineyard Mission. Cost
is $50 for a one-on-one class
on computer for beginners,
email, the Internet, etc. Call
Mark Long at (850) 305-3012
to schedule an appointment
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. only.
Classes are available for 1
to 1.5 hours a day.
EMERALD COAST
HOSPICE: As a Relay for
Life fund-raiser, the hos-
pice is selling Home Inte-
riors candles. Call 689-0300
to place your order; all pro-
ceeds go to their Relay for
Life team. Details: Susie
Chestnut, 689-0300 or 850-
259-3001.
CITIZENS ACADEMY
CLASSES: will be held
by the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office Administra-
tion Building from Jan. 6 to
March 24. Signup is taking
place now. Details: Ashley
Bailey, 651-715, or www.
sheriff-okaloosa.org online.
ACT TEST: Students
must register by Tuesday to
take the next ACT achieve-
ment test on Feb. 7. Cost is
$31 for the traditional ACT
and $46 for the ACT Plus
Writing. There is a late reg-
istration deadline of Jan. 7-
16, with an extra fee.
A list of schools that re-
quire the tqst can be found


at www.actstudent.org/
writing. The ACT test takes
about three hours, and the
ACT Plus Writing requires
an additional 30 minutes.
The www.actstudent.org
Web site has helpful infor-
mation, free sample test,
and inexpensive test prep
materials.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: at the Robert
L.F Sikes Public Library on
Commerce Drive in Crest-
view are:
Jan. 6- Yoga for Every-
one, with Kristy Bassham
of Barefoot Yoga.
Feb. 3 The History of
Jazz with Dr. Cheryl Jones,
NWFSC instructor and of
Jones & Company.
March 3 Poisonous
Plants of Northwest Flori-
da, with Larry Williams of
the Okaloosa County Ex-
tension Service.
WILD GAME DIN-
NER: Rotary Club of
Crestview invites you to
the 16th Annual Wild Game
Feast and Two-Day Quail
Hunt Feb. 6 and 7. The Wild
Game Feast will be held the
evening of Feb. 6 at Gum
Creek Lodge in Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University baseball
coach, is this year's speaker.
Proceeds will benefit NWF
State College (formerly
OWC) Sports Program and
the Rotary Scholarship
Fund. For more informa-
tion, to purchase tickets or
to schedule a hunt, please
call Bill Barnhill @ (850)
803-2367 or Rohnnie Lun-


sford at 682-5168.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every Tues-
day. The games run from
4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of C
hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Come join the fun.

MISCELLANEOUS
LOGO DESIGN CON-
TEST: The Cultural Arts
Association and the Beach-
es of South Walton Tourist
Development Council are
hosting a logo design con-
test for graphic artists, who
will create the official logo
for the Bayou Arts Center
of Walton County, at 105
Hogtown Bayou Lane, off
County Road 393 in Santa
Rosa Beach.
The theme is "historic
significance," and the
logo's dominant aspect
should be the expression of
the center's setting within
the historic area of the
county. It will be produced
on letterhead, and street
and building signage.
To become familiar with
the center, artists are invit-
ed to visit it on Wednesday,
Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
for a tour and to have ques-
tions answered. Photo-
graphs may also be taken.
The winner will receive
$750, a complimentary CAA
membership and publicity
opportunities, the deadline
to enter is Feb. 6. Artists
may submit up to three de-


signs for consideration. Ap-
plications can be received
at the CAA office located at
2282 Scenic Hwy. 30-A West
in Blue Mountain Beach,
Monday through Friday, 8
a.m. 2 p.,. To request an
application be mailed or
emailed to you, please con-
tact the CAA office at 850-
622-5970 or CulturalArts@
embarqmail.com.
LIPIZZANER STAL-
LIONS: Tickets to either
of the Sunday, Jan. 25 2
p.m. or 6 p.m. shows at
the Pensacola Civic Cen-
ter. Regular admission
is $22.50 for adults, and
$20.50 for children 12 and
under or seniors 60 and
over Gold Circle seats are
$24.50 each. For groups of
15 people, or more, tickets
are $17.50 each. An ad-
ditional facility fee of $1
will be added to all ticket
prices. Buy them at the
Civic Center Box Office,
Ticketmaster Outlets and
www.ticketmaster.com, or
charge by phone at (850)
434-7444, group discounts
at (850) 432-0800, ext. 231.
Details; www.lipizzaner.
com or pensacolaciviccen-
tercom.
FLORIDA TRAIL AS-
SOCIATION: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org for
details on the group's up-
coming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details, on club ac-
tivities, call Clarice He-
binck at (850) 581-4591 or
e-mail her at freklzl00@
cox.net. A


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Sister City REPORT



Anti-New Year group stopped in Noirmoutier


Franck Fischbach
Le Courrier Vend6en
Special to the Crestview News Bulletin

For the past four years, they
fought a tough battle. After three
failures, members of Fonacon
were optimistic: This year, they
would win! This time, the new
year would not ring in!
Fonacon is named from the or-
ganization's initials FONA: Front
d'Opposition a la Nouvelle Annde,
the New Year's Opposition Front.
After rallying in Paris last year,
Fonacon held its rendezvous in
Crestview's sister city of. Noir-
moutier on Dec. 31. To celebrate,
the group invited Jean-Claude
Crystal, a regionally renowned
disco schlock singer who special-
izes in the culture and music of
the '70s.
Joyful buffoons stated, "We op-
pose the newyear to remain in the
current year. We mobilize against
New Year's Eve because it's tra-
dition, and tradition is past.
"We are against the past, as
well as the future. Let's stay in
the present. Our slogan is: It was
better today," they say.
A similar rally attracted 20,000
people in Paris at the end of 2007.
"We will mobilize people in
Noirmoutier, because it's the point
where you can best attempt to see
the Statue of Liberty," Fonacon
declared. "Why do we want to see
New York? Because the U.S.A. is
sympathetic to our cause.
"When he was running for
election, President-Elect Obama
said'Yes, we can.'Media reported
these words without understand-


STOPPING TIME: With radical messages such as their sign, "2007: It's too nice," members of FONA resisted the arrival of 2008 at a
rally of 20,000 supporters last New Year's Eve in Paris. To learn more about FONA, visit www.fonacon.net.


ing the true meaning. In reality,
it was a personal message for us
in the Fonacon," said Gaston, the
group's leader.
"We have Obama's support.
He was saying to us, 'I believe in
you. Together we can stop 2009!'"
Gaston said.
For the Fonacon, the best way
to stop time is to destroy clocks.
In 2006, they trampled 1,200
watches. It was a failure. Last
year, they buried a clock, but "not


quite deeply enough." 2008 oc-
curred.
"This time, we will burn a
Swiss clock and spread its ashes
on the sea," Gaston said. "Time
will sink slowly. We will drown it!"
All participants will receive
the "FONA Kit": a torch, a fog-
horn, a buoy and a trawler. And to
help the local economy, "we will
offer 2008 oysters, thanks to the
participation of a Noirmoutier
oysterman," said Gaston.


CRESTVIEW MAYOR LOOKS
FORWARD TO 2009
Crestview Mayor David Cadlewas intrigued
to hear of the Noirmoutier event and offered
his own thoughts about the New Year.
"Of course we're looking forward to 2009
based on events of 2008," Cadle said. "Prog-
ress still occurring in city of Crestviewv, and I
look forward to great things in the coming
year."


Mayor
David Cadle


Arrest REPORTS


Crestview Police
Department reports
11/8: ASHLEY N. RICH-
ARDS, 20, of 104D Brentwood,
Crestview, was charged with bat-
tery causing bodily harm (do-
mestic violence). CALEB H.
LAWRENCE, 18, of 3161 Haskell-
Langley Road, Crestview, was
charged with reckless driving. *
SHAMEKA L. HUTCHINSON,
31, of 5582 Galaxy Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with retail
theft. LINA IBANEZ GAR-
CIA, 39, of 200 Hospital Drive,
Apt. 40, Crestview, was charged
with knowingly driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked. *
JAMES JOSEPH FOUNTAIN,
35, of 2180 Jeannie St., Navarre,
was charged based on an active
warrant from Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office. ROALNDO
Z. MENDEZ, 21, of 2450 Spring-
dale Road SW, Atlanta, Ga., was
charged with possession of
methampehetamine.
11/9: SARAH LYNN MAD-
DOX, 38, of 154 Woods Road Lot
4, Atmore, Ala., was charged with
knowingly driving with a sus-
pended license and two counts
of drug possession. MITCH-
ELL WAYNE MUNDY, 28, of 265
Ridge Lake Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, sec-
ond offense. JASPER BROWN,
29, of 222 Duggan Ave., Crestview,
was charged with battery caus-
ing bodily harm.
11/10: JAMES DAVID
BROWN, was charged with false
and fraudulent insurance claim,
false and fraudulent motor ve-
hicle insurance application, false
reports to law enforcement au-


thorities and false information to
law enforcement during investi-
gation:
11/11: CHARLES BROWN,
38, of Crestview, was charged
with being a fugitive from justice
based on a warrant from Lau-
rens County, Ga., on an original
charge of simple assault/dis-
charge firearm. BART ALLEN
PRUE, 43, of 399 Harrison Dr.,
DeFuniak Springs, was charged
with resisting an officer without
violence.
11/12: KRISTY LEANNE
BURGESS, 32, 198 East First
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with retail theft.
11/25: RONALD MCDON-
ALD, 48, OF 4111 Painters Branch
Road, Crestview, was charged
with assault based on a Walton
County warrant.
12/1: HERMAN NEWTON, 30,
of 603 Panama Drive, Crestview,
was charged with fleeing an at-
tempting to elude a law enforce-
ment officer and retail theft. *
JOHNNIE HILL CALLAHAN,
25, of 404 Oak Place, Crestview,
was charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked (ha-
bitual offender), and possession
of 20 or less grams of marijuana.
FLAVIO B. AGUIRRE, 42, of
740 E. Chestnut Ave., Crestview,
wa charged ht
12/2: JOELL J. BACELLO, 20,
of 205 Barr Place, Crestview, was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
ANTWIN MARCEL KNIGHT,
31, of 315 Grimes Ave., Crestview,
was arrested based on a Walton
County warrant.
12/3: CLAYTON WILEY, 52,
of 3300 Market St., Pensacola,
was charged with possession of


marijuana, destroying/tamper-
ing with evidence, resisting an of-
ficer with violence and battery on
a law enforcement area.
12/4: DAVID ANDREW
STEELE, 26, of 680 Brock St.,
Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspend-
ed or revoked, first offense. *
SHANNON PATRICK LUCAS,
34, of 1019 Fannie Road, Floma-
ton, Ala., was charged with pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
12/5: JOHNNY R. PETERS,
19, OF 189 Washington St., Crest-
view, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid
license.
12/6: JONATHAN SPENCER
ADAMS, 19, of 6677 Westmont
St., Pensacola, was charged with
worthless checks and violation of
probation on a charge of battery
and possession of a controlled
substance, both based on out-of-
county warrants.
12/7: JAMES BROWN, 28, of
202 Brittney Lane, Crestview,
was charged with two counts of
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon without intent to kill. *
FLAVIO B. AGUIRRE, 42, of
740 E. Chestnut Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, second of-
fense. .* ADRIEANNE ODOM,
39, of 5278 Godfrey St., Crestview,
was charged with resisting an of-
ficer without violence.
12/8: RONALD MCDONALD,
48, of 4111 Painters Branch Road,
Crestview, was charged with bat-
tery based on a warrant from
Walton County.
12/10: CRYSTAL G. EDGE,


33, of 192 Washington St., Crest-
view, was charged with worthless
checks based on a Santa Rosa
County warrant.

Okaloosa County Sheriff
Reports

11/3: JERILMY E. BROWN
III, 29, of 5541 Brackin St., Crest-
view, was charged with false im-
prisonment, battery (domestic
violence), and criminal mischief.
11/4: SHAN MARIE BRIG-
MAN, 19, was charged with vio-
lation of probation on an original
charge of sell, manufacture or
delivery of cocaine and attempt
to conspire in criminal activity.
11/5: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with bur-
glary to an unoccupied structure
and criminal mischief totaling
more than $1,000. A 13-year-old
Crestview resident was charged
with burglary to an unoccupied
structure and criminal mischief
totaling more than $1,000. MI-
CHAEL DEVON CREECH, 28, of
980 Hard Times Lane, Holt, was
charged with battery (domestic
violence).
11/6: JOSEPH DANIEL TAL-
BOT, 23, formerly of Laurel Hill,
was charged with retail theft (gas
drive off), resisting arrest with-
out violence and driving while
license suspended/revoked. *
STANLEY DANTE SEALS, 33, of
2484 Lakeview Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
a controlled substance with in-
tent to distribute (to wit, cocaine
HCL and Base), possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana,
ppssession of paraphernalia and
driving while license suspended


or revoked. LESLIE NICHOLS
OGLESBY, 45, of 2604 Palomino
Trail, Crestview, was charged
two counts of grand theft.
11/7: JEFFREY T. WAGNER,
41, of 6768 Josie Road, Crestview,
was charged with grand theft. *
DONNY SHANE PRICE, 32, of
988 Grandma's Place, Baker, was
charged with driving under the
influence.
11/8: BRANDON HOWARD
MCGOWAN, 22, of 108 Spring-
wood Circle, Crestview, was
charged with petit theft and re-
sisting a retail merchant.
11/11: DONALD R. ALFORD,
OF 3176 Tate Lane, Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear on
a charge of unlawful accumula-
tion / storage of litter / debris on
property.
12/5: TAMMY DARLENE
MELISSA MCCRANIE, 36, of
327 N. Lincoln, Crestview, was
charged with three counts of wel-
fare fraud.
12/6: HENRY MARCUS
PRICE, 44, of 5278 Cavalier Dr.,
Crestview, was charged with ag-
gravated assault with a weapon
without intent to kill and bat-
tery. STEVEN JOSEPH RICH-
BURG, 20, of 554 Camellia Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with bur-
glary to a business, theft totaling
$100-$300 and criminal mischief
totaling $200-$1,000.
12/8: NATHANIEL Holman,
45, OF 225 Trish Drive, Crestview,
was charged with failure to com-
ply with the registration require-
ments of a sexual offender.
12/9: DAVID BRIAN KELLEY,
32, of 5847 Flamingo Road, Crest-
view, was charged with failure to
appear on the original charge of
DUI. *


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Outdoors


Outdoors BRIEFS

Wild Game Feast
Rotary Club of Crestview invites you
to the 16th Annual Wild Game Feast and
Two-Day Quail Hunt Feb. 6 and 7. The
Wild Game Feast will be held the evening
of Feb. 6 at Gum Creek Lodge in Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida State University
baseball coach, is this year's speaker.
Proceeds will benefit NWF State College
(formerly OWC) Sports Program and
the Rotary Scholarship Rind. For more
information, to purchase tickets or to
schedule a hunt, please call Bill Barnhill
at (850) 803-2367 or Ronnie Lunsford at
682-5168.


State opens new area roads
for hunting season
Florida Division of Forestry officials
announce temporary road openings
for the upcoming hunting season in
Blackwater River State Forest's newly
acquired Yellow River Ravines Area, lo-
cated south of Harold and Holt in Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa counties, through
May 1.
SY15andY16 -between Blue Barnes
Road and Fisher Old Mill Road
Y18 between Blue Barnes and
Fisher Old Mill Road
Y20 north of Blue Barnes Road
Y30 from Garner Landing Road
to Canoe Lake Road
The Division of Forestry may close
roads at any time for maintenance. Mo-
tor vehicles are not allowed on forest
roads in which a name or number is not
posted. The speed limit is 30 mph, un-
less otherwise posted. ATV use on state
forest lands is prohibited by Florida Ad-
ministrative Code, which is strictly en-
forced. Visitors and hunters are advised
to watch for road hazards and follow all
hunter safety guidelines.
In order to conserve soil and water
resources and help restore the native
longleafpine forest, motor vehicle access
on other forest roads and spurs in the
Yellow River Ravines Area is restricted
because the sandy soil is highly prone to
erosion, and roads require stabilization
before they can withstand heavy traffic.
Hunting in the Yellow River Ravines
Area is managed by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC) as part of the Yellow River
Wildlife Management Area. Hunting
regulations can be found online at www.
MyFWC.com. The area is patrolled by
FWC and Agricultural Law Enforcement
officers.


Saturday, January 3, 2009


Lawbreakers can expect to be tagged


No longer can a
person just drive up
to a hunting area,
get out of the car
and hunt illegally
and get away with
it. Your tag gives
you away. That's
right, the tag on
your car gives a
game warden all
the information
he needs to know
about you, should
you be in the woods
or in possession of


Outdoo
Scott Li
Outdoor
captinlindsey@


a gun.
I was talking to a warden
last week, and he said he
was waiting for a hunter to
return to his car from the
woods because he seemed
to have a discrepancy with
his license. The hunter had


a lifetime license
with all the bells
and whistles, which
covered almost all
the bases you would
need to hunt in this
area. Almost all the
bases.
In the area
he was hunting,
a quota permit
Life was required. On
SLe certain Wildlife
indsey Management Areas
Writer in the first few
bellsouth.net days of hunting
season, the state
requires hunters to possess a
quota permit to find out just
how many hunters will be
hunting an area, and to keep
the number of hunters to an
acceptable limit. Even though
the quota permit is free, it is


a necessary part of hunting
WMAs.
This particular warden
accessed all the information
he needed on this hunter by
processing his tag through
the computer in his truck.
After running a check on his
tag, he knew who owned the
par, his address, and what
hunting license he possessed.
This hunter didn't have a
quota permit.
It is easy to understand
just why he didn't have one.
If I bought a lifetime license
and was told it contained
everything I needed to hunt in
Florida for the rest of my life,
I would assume that indeed
meant everything. The quota
permit just fell through the
cracks, and will be needed
every year no matter what


else your license covers.
The moral of the story
is that if you aren't sure the
license you own is covering
the area you are hunting,
borrow your brother-in-law's
car. That way if they don't get
you coming out of the woods,
they will be sitting at his
house when he gets home.
And there are other ways
you can be undone. You might
get away with killing that
doe on the side of the road
at night, but you better be
careful just who you brag to
about it. Officials can run a
DNA test on blood in the back
of your truck and determine if
it was a doe or buck.
Wouldn't it be better to just
obey the law and not have to
be looking over your shoulder
all the time?


What does the future hold for Florida's hunters?


To start the new year off, I'd like
to tell you about a report recently
released by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
titled "Wildlife 2060: What's at stake
for Florida?" The report is based on a
, study done by 1000 Friends of Florida, a
nonprofit organization that monitors our
state's growth.
There are some pretty alarming
things in the report.
Today, Florida has the fourth-highest
population in the country at 18 million.
This report predicts by the year 2060,
the population will double to 36 million
residents.
As a result of this tremendous
population growth, it's estimated an
additional 7 million acres of the state's
34 million total acres will be converted
from natural and rural lands to urban
uses during the next 50 years.
When these habitats are gone, animals
that live in them willbe gone as well.
The report goes so far as to say
black bear and wild turkey habitats may
decrease by 2 niillion acres by 2060. For
Florida's 200,000-plus deer hunters, this
estimated loss of 2.7 million acres of native
habitat could equate to 62,790 fewer deer
in Florida, based on the fairly conservative
ratio of one deer per 43 acres.


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682-9582

2785 S. Goodwin Ave.
Crestview, FL


Florida

Outdoors
Tony Young
FWC Media Relations Coordinator


It is predicted that as much as
25 percent of the private lands, such as the
large timber and forestry companies that
provide most of the private-land hunting
opportunities through hunting leases, will
disappear by 2060 due to development.
You think the cost of private hunting
leases is high now, with these types
of properties currently leasing for a
statewide average of about $15 an acre?
In 1985, that same land was leasing for just
$2 an acre. At that rate, it will go for about
$300 an acre in 2060! If you don't think
hunting is turning into a rich man's sport,
just wait.
Florida currently boasts one of the
largest wildlife management area systems
in the country at almost 6 million acres, but
what's going to happen to it in 50 years? It
undoubtedly will shrink from the pressures
put on it by encroaching "big money"
development. And for the nearly 50,000
public-land hunters, many already are
feeling the squeeze and complain of areas
being overcrowded. How crowded are they
going to be when our population doubles,
making the number of hunters in the
woods sure to increase dramatically?
Starting to get the picture? It's not a
pretty one.
What can we do about it? The state
can't afford to buy all of the land that needs


protecting. A more cost-effective approach
would be to assist property owners who
own "key" wildlife habitats by helping
them manage these lands and by creating
financial incentives to help protect and
keep these native lands wild.
One thing residents already are
doing is creating new taxes to preserve
important local ecosystems. Since 1972,
30 Florida counties have voted to tax
themselves in the form of real estate "doc
stamps." This has generated more than
$2 billion, which purchased nearly 375,000
acres of conservation lands.
It's important to spend the money
wisely. We don't want to have a continuous
expanse of concrete subdivisions from the
Gulf Coast to the Atlantic. Rather, we want
communities separated by green spaces in
the form of woods, swamps and farmland
that will hold and protect wildlife.
Plus, we want to minimize the effects
of habitat fragmentation by making sure
large areas of conservation lands and
wetlands stay connected to other natural
and necessary landscapes. The report
estimates 2 million of the 7 million acres
projected to be lost to development by
2060 lie within a mile of existing public
conservation lands. If this happens, it will
create "islands" of natural habitat that
will isolate groups of some wildlife from
each other. This will really have a negative
impact on the black bear and Florida
panther, two species that require vast
tracts of undisturbed land to survive.
By using smart-growth initiatives
and green-infrastructure planning, we
can encourage development that is
environmentally sensitive.


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01/23-F 07:03A -0.6L 07:31P 1.0H
01/24-S 07:37A -0.6L 08:12P 1.OH
01/25-Su 08:01A -0.6L 08:46P 1.OH
01/26-M 08:17A -0.6L 09:18P 0.9H
01/27-T 08:25A -0.4L 09:52P 0.7H
01/28-W 08:26A -0.3L 10:34P 0.6H
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01/30-F 07:44A O.OL 01:46P 0.3H
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01/02-F 09:30A -O.OL 05:51P 0.2H
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01/04-Su 02:23A O.OL 04:31P 0.4H
01/05-M 02:54A -0.1L 04:53P 0.5H
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01/07-W 04:54A -0.3L 06:34P 0.7H
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01/09-F 07:05A -0.4L 08:39P 0.8H
01/10-S 08:02A -0.4L 09:36P 0.8H
01/11-Su 08:50A -0.4L 10:28P 0.7H
01/12-M 09:28A -0.3L 11:17P 0.6H
01/13-T 09:51A -0.2L
01/14-W 12:03A 0.4H 09:51A -0.1L
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01/16-F 01:52A 0.1H 07:16A O.OL
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01/26-M 08:17A -0.2L 10:08P 0.5H
01/27-T 08:25A -0.2L 10:42P 0.4H
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01/23-F 00:50A -0.8L 08:44P 1.4H
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01/09-F 08:30A -1.2L 09:53P 1.8H
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01/24-S 09:02A -0.8L 10:16P 1.3H
01/25-Su 09:26A -0.8L 10:50P 1.3H
01/26-M 09:42A -0.8L 11:22P 1.2H
01/27-T 09:50A -0.6L 11:56P 1.0H
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01/09-F 05:54A -1.2L 08:06P 1.8H
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Local GOP meets state party chair
















SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
STATE LEVEL: Local Republican officials met with Republican Party of Florida
(RPOF) Chairman Jim Greer in preparation for the RPOF Annual Meeting to
be held in Orlando on Jan. 9-10. From left are Okaloosa State Committee-
woman Carolyn Fitzgerald, RPOF Chair Jim Greer, Okaloosa Republican
Executive Committee Chair Barbara Wall and Okaloosa State Committee-
man Steve Czonstka. The January Okaloosa County Republican Executive
Committee will be meeting Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Niceville City Council
Chambers, 208 N. Partin Dr. Visit www.okaloosagop.com or call voice-
mail at (850) 609-4401 to get information on local activities of Okaloosa
County Republicans.



Win passes to see 'Valkyrie'


Show off your Third Reich savvy in CNB contest


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The critical acclaim for
"Valkyrie" inspired the
News Bulletin to again
team up with the Crest-
view Cinema III to offer the
chance to win passes to see
the film of your choice at
our local movie house.
This time, we'll test your
knowledge of World War II
history, concentrating on
the Third Reich. Submit
your answers to the News
Bulletin in person, by mail,
or by e-mail by noon Jan. 9.
See complete rules below.
Good luck!

1. "Valkyrie" is based on
historic events in which Col.
Claus Count von Stauffen-
berg, an aristocrat and of-
ficer in the German Weh-
rmacht, joins a plot to as-
sassinate Adolf Hitler. Who
portrays von Stauffenberg in
the film?
a. Tom Cruise
b. Kenneth Branagh
c. Terence Stamp
d. Bryan Singer
2. Von Stauffenberg's
bomb that was to assassinate
Hitler exploded in which of
der Fiihrer's headquarters?
a. The bunker under Hit-
ler's Bavarian mountain re-
treat
b. The'bunker under the
chancellery in Berlin
c. The Wolf's Lair head-
quarters in East Prussia
d. The underground Cabi-
net War Rooms
3. Completed in 1939 as
a birthday present for Adolf
Hitler, what is the Eagle's
Nest?
a. Hitler's Bavarian valley-
view teahouse
b. Hitler's Bavarian moun-
taintop reception hall
c. Hitler's Bavarian vaca-
tion home
d. Hitler's Bavarian railway
terminus
4. Which Nazi government
official began his career as
an architect, was appointed
chief urban planner for Ber-
lin, but finished the war as
the notoriously efficient min-

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ister of armaments?
a. Reinhard Heydrich
b. Julius Streicher
c. Josef Goebbles
d. Albert Speer
5. Which book and subse-
quent film describes the fa-
mous breakout by more than
70 Allied POWs from Stalag
Luft III in Sagan, Germany
(now part of Poland)?
a. Escape from Colditz
b. The Great Escape
c. The Wooden Horse
d. Free as a Running Fox
6. Today's "shock and
awe" military technique can
trace its roots to which World
War II German "lightening
war" strategy?
a. Panzer attack
b. U-Boot pack attack
c. Blitzkrieg
d. Operation Walkilre
7. Character actor John
Banner played which "love-
able Nazi" in the long-run-
ning 1960s CBS-TV series
"Hogan's Heroes"?
a. Col. Klink
b. Maj. Hochstetter
c. Gen. Burkhalter
d. Sgt. Schultz
8. How did Hitler and the
Nazis gain control of Germa-
ny in the 1930s?
a. They seized power in the
"Beer Hall Putsch"
b. They ran for office and
got elected
c. They assassinated Presi-
dent Paul von Hindenburg and
took over
d. They were appointed by
the German Supreme Court
after a disputed election
9. Who was Eva Braun?
a. The Fiihrer's ladyfriend
and the later Mrs. Adolf Hitler
b. The German film direc-
tor who made "Triumph of the
Will"
c. Hitler's secretary, who
was there at the end in the
bunker
d. The wife of the minister
of propaganda who poisoned
her kids
10. Which World War I
fighter ace flew in the "Fly-
ing Circus" of Baron Man-
fred von Richtofen-"The
Red Baron"-and later be-
came head of the Luftwaffe
under the Nazi rule?
a. Hermann Goring


b. Heinrich Himmler
c. Josef Goebbles
d. Wilhelm Canaris
EXTRA CREDIT: Upon
Hitler's suicide on April 30,
1945, who succeeded him as
head of state of the Third
Reich?
a. Reichsminister Albert
Speer
b. Grand Admiral Karl
D6nitz
c. Reichsmarschall Her-
mann Gdring
d. Reichsfiihrer SS Hein-
rich Himmler
CONTEST RULES: To
enter in person, circle your
answer for each question,
clearly indicate your name and
daytime phone number, and
bring this contest form to the
Crestview News Bulletin of-
fice at 295 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview (across the street
from the Waffle House on West
James Lee Boulevard).
If you wish to mail in your
entry, send it to Trivia Contest,
Crestview News Bulletin, 295
W. James Lee Blvd, Crestview
FL 32536-3313. (We're sorry
but we cannot be responsible
for delayed or misdirected
mail.)
To enter via e-mail, send
one e-mail message only (mul-
tiple entries will disqualify the
entrant). Write your answers
in the body of the message,
including the question number
(1 through 10, plus extra credit
question) and its answer letter
(A, B, C or D). Example: "11:
B." Do not send attachments.
Also include your name and
daytime phone number. Send
it to brianh@crestviewbulle-
tin.com.
All entries must be re-
ceived by noon on Friday, Jan.
9, 2009. Employees and their
family members of the Crest-
view News Bulletin, Florida
Freedom Newspapers and the
Crestview Cinema III are ineli-
gible. Winners will be randomly
drawn from those entries with
eight or more correct answers.
Winners will receive passes to
see the film of their choice at
the Crestview Cinema III, 789
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
(850) 682-3201. First-place win-
ner will receive four movie
passes; second-place winner
will receive two movie passes;
third-place winner will receive
one movie pass, courtesy of
the Crestview Cinema III.


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JONES from page Al


born "basically a blue
baby" and his first breath
was "a miracle."
"We were blessedwith a
beautiful boy," Larry said,
choking back tears. "And
we consider ourselves ex-
tremely privileged to have


been able to take part in
such a blessing."
This is the second
tragedy to strike Baker's
Class of 2009 in the last
two years. Travis Peoples,
who would have been a
Baker senior this year,


died in an accident in the
summer of 2007.
Memorial services for
Jones were held earlier
this week. Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home
was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Remembering Tyler Jones
Classmates, coaches and teachers shared their memories of Tyler Jones,
who was killed in an auto accident this past Sunday.
"He would walk byme every morning and would alwaystalk to me. As a
head coach, not a lot of people want to speak to me sometimes. He was real
fun-loving, carefree kind of kid. Just one of those types of people that is really
happy all the time."
Bakerfootball coach Bob Kellogg

"Without a doubt, Tyler is one of those people who always had a smile on
his face. No matter how you were feeling or what your mood was that day, he
always had a way to brighten your day."
-Baker senior Billy Whatmough

"I taught and coached Tyler he will be missed by all of us in the Baker
family. Tyler was good-natured and fun loving. Some may think that I was
tough on Tyler if I was it was because I cared about him and I know he
knew that. His parents are some of the most caring folks I have ever met and
didall they could do for him. The shock of what has happened is still too great
to fully comprehend. This is such a tragedy
"To all his friends at school know people, including your teachers, care
about you and want to help you. Keep Tyler's family and friends in all of your
prayers ...
"I will miss Tyler, just like we all miss Travis. I don't know why this had to
happen, but I will trust God to help us all through this terrible time. I know
we teachers and coaches will try to help our students in any way possible.
It will be very difficult to return to school on 5 January and not see Tyler in
class. Yet, he will be with us #58."
Baker teacher RandyBundy, as posted on the www.nwfdaiynews.
con Web site


AN ATHLETE: Tyler Jones (58) was a lineman for the Baker football team.







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BANK FSB
Plaintiff
vs.
CONNIE S. GEATY UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
CINNIE S. GEARY; JA-
SON L. SEGERSON;
NATIONAL CITY BANK;
CRISTY SERGON AKA
CRISTY A. SEGERSON
UNKNOWN PERSON
(S IN POSSESSION OF
HE SUBJECT PROPERTY
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
To the following Defend-
ant(s).
JASON L SERGERSON
(RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN)
CRISTY SEGERSON SKS
CRISTY A. SEGERSON
(R E S I D E N C E
UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foreclosure
of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty:
LOT 4, BLOCK, A RE
SUBDIVISION OF
LOTS 28 THROUGH
35 AND LOTS 101
THROUGH 123, PINE
RIDGE TRACE, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREQW AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 13 PAGE 46,
OF THE PULBUC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA/
a/k/a 43 PINE
RIDGE TRACE, DES-
TIN, FLORIDA 32541
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any to
it, on Kahane & Associ-
ates, P.A., Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address
is 1815 Griffin Road,
Suite 104, Dania Beach,
FLORIDA 33004 on or
before February 3, 2009
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the complaint. This notice
is provided pursuant to
Administrative Order No.
2.065.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act If you are a per-
son with a disability who
needs any accommoda-
tion in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to provisions
of certain assistance.
Please contact the Court
Administrator at 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579 Phone No.
850-651-7259 with 2


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Legal # 100471
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.
08-CA-6926C
KHADER DAOUD,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EUNICE MASON, a
known natural person,
not known to be either
dead or alive, and her
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by,
through under or against
her-
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EUNICE MASON, a
known natural person,
not known to be either
dead or alive and all un-
known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, credi-
tors, or any other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der or against Eunice
Mason
Address: Unknown
YOt"ARE'1'OTriFIED that
an action to quiet title to
the following property in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida:
At the Northwest corner
of the Southwest quarter
of the Northwest quarter
of the Northwest quarter.
Section 17, Township 1
South, Range 22'West,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida; thence run South
104.35 feet to a point of
Beginning; thence East
60 feet to West side of
road; thence South
104.35 feet; thence
West 60 feet; thence
North 104.35 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
has been filed against
you in the Circuit Court in
fhe First Judicial Circuit in
and for Okaloosa
County, Florida and you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fensesifany to:
JASON R. MOULTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, Fl 32536
on or before January 29,
2009 and file the oriai-
nal with the Clerk of this
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Cresview, Florida either
before service on
Plaintiff;s attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, or a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
in the Complaint or Peti-


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tion. should contact Court Ad- Legal # 100474 vs.
ministration at 101 James
DON W. HOWARD Lee Boulevard East, Crest- IN THE CIRCUIT KRYSTAL L. NELSON;
CLERK OF COURT view FL, 32536-3515 COURT OF THE FIRST AND FLORIDA DE-
By:Edna Hoke telephone number (850) JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PARTMENT OF COR-
689-5000, Extension AND FOR RECTIONS,
01/03/08 7497, prior to the pro- OKALOOSA Defendants.
01/10/08 ceeding. or Shalimar COUNTY FLORIDA
01/17/09 (850) 51-7497 CIVIL ACTION CASE NOTICE OF SALE
01/24/09 NO.
IMPORTANT 2007-CA-2162-S DI- NOTICE is hereby given
VISION that, pursuant to the Or-
In accordance with the der of Summary Judg-
Americans with Disabili- TAYLOR BEAN AND ment of Foreclosure in
Legal # 100472 ties Act, persons with dis- WHITAKER MORTGAGE thiscause, in the Circuit
abilities needing special CORPORATION, Court of Okaloosa
IN THE CIRCUIT accommodation to partic- Plaintiff, County, Florida, I will sell
COURT OF THE FIRST ipate in this proceeding vs. the properly situated in
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN should contact Court Ad- Okaloosa County, Flor-
AND FOR ministration at 1250 N. KAREN D. BREWER, et ida described as:
OKALOOSA Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, al, EXHIBIT 'A'
COUNTY, FLORIDA F, 32579 telephone Defendant(s). COMMENCE AT THE
CIVIL ACTION CASE number (85) 651-7497, SOUTHEAST CORNER
NO. prior to the proceeding. OF SECTION 36
46-2008-CA-002862 NOTICE OF FORECLO- TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH
DIVISION 01/03/09 SURE SALE RANGE 25 WEST,
01/10/09 OKALOOSA COUNTY
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST NOTICE IS HEREBY FLORIDA THENCE PRO-
COMPANY AMERICAS GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- CEED NORTH 00 DE-
AS TRUSTEE, nal Judgment of Mart- GREES 43 MINUTES 08
Plaintiff, age Foreclosure dated SECONDS EAST,
vs. Legal # 100473 December 29,2008 and ALONG THE EAST LINE
entered in Case No. OF SAID SECTION 36
LINDA C. SMITH, et al, IN THE CIRCUIT 2007-CA-2162-S of the A DISTANCE OF
Defendant(s). COURT OF THE FIRST Circuit Court of the FIRST 6 5 8 8 2
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Judicial Circuit in and for FEET TO THE POINT OF
NOTICE OF FORECLO- AND FOR OKALOOSA Count,, BEGINNING; THENCE
SURE SALE OKALOOSA Florida wherein TAYLOR, DEPARTING THE EAST
COUNTY, FLORIDA BEAN AND WHITAKER LINE OF SAID SECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVIL ACTION CASE MORTGAGE CORPORA- 36, PROCEED NORTH
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NO. TION. is the Plaintiff and 89 DEGREES 13 MIN-
nal Judgment of Mort- 2007-CA-2041-S DI- KAREN D. BREWER; UTES 20 SECONDS
gage Foreclosure dated VISION CITIBANK N.A F/K/A WEST, A DISTANCE OF
ecember29 2008 and CITIBANK ; aEDERAL 661.65 FEET; THENCE
entered in Case No WELLS FARGO BANK, SAVINGS BANK; are PROCEED NORTH 00
46-2008-CA-002862 of NA, the Defendants, I will sell DEGREES 43 MINUTES
the Circuit Court of the Plaintiff, to the highest and best 08 SECONDS EAST, A
FIRST Judicial Circuit in bidder for cash at IN DISTANCE OF 164.47
and for OKALOOSA vs. FRONT OF CLERK'S FEET THENCE PRO-
County Florida wherein FRONT DOOR OF CEE6 SOUTH 89 DE-
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST WILLIAM L. SHALIMAR ANNEX at GREES 14 MINUTES 31
COMPANY AMERICAS MCANDREWS, et al, 11:00AM on the 10 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
AS TRUSTEE is the Plain- Defendant(s). day of February, 2009 TANCE OF 661.65
tiff and LINDA C. the following described FEET TO A POINT ON
SMITH- RE/MAX NOTICE OF FORECLO- property as set forth in THE EAST LINE SO SAID
COASTAL PROPERTIES, SURE SALE said Final Judgment: SECTION 36; THENCE
A DISSOLVED CORPO- PROCEED SbUTH 00
RATION; are the De- NOTICE IS HEREBY LOT 43 MEDITERRA- DEGREES 43 MINUTES
fendants, I will sell to the GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NEAN VILLAGE RE- 08 SECONDS WEST,
highest and best bidder nal Judgment of Mort- PLAT AT BLUEWATER ALONG THE EAST LINE
for cash at SHALIMAR: gage Foreclosure dated BAY, A SINGLE FAM- OF SAID SECTION 36
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S ecember 29, 2008 and ILY PLANNED UNIT A DISTANCE O0'
FRONT DOOR OF entered in Case No. DEVELOPMENT BE- 1 6 4 7 0
SHALIMAR ANNEX at 2007-CA-2041-S of the ING A REPLAY OF FEET TO THE POINT OF
11:00AM on the 10 CircuitCourtof the FIRST MEDITERRANEAN BEGINNING OF THE
day of February, 2009 Judicial Circuit in and for VILLAGE AT PARCEL HEREIN DE-
the following described OKALOOSA County_ BLUEWATER BAY AS SCRIBED, CONTAIN-
property as set forth in Florida wherein WELLS RECORDED IN PLAT I N G
saidFmalJudgment:. FARGO BANK, NA, is BOOK 18 PAGE 50 2.50 ACRES, MORE OR
the Plaintiff and WIL- AND SAID REPLAY LESS.
LOT 55, BLOCK A LIAM L. MCANDREWS; RECORDED IN PLAT
DON LA B R O O MORTGAGE ELEC- BOOK 20 PAGE 88, TOGETHER WITH AN
GARDYNS SUBDIVI- TRONIC REGISTRATION OF THE PUBUC REC- EASEMENT FOR IN-
SION, ACCORDING SYSTEMS INC. AS ORDS OF GRESS EGRESS AND
TO THE PLAT NOMINEt FOR AD- 0 K A L 0 O S A THE INSTALLATION OF
THEREOF, RECORDED VANCED FINANCIAL COUNTY, FLORIDA. PUBLIC UTILITIES OVER
IN. -PLAT. BOOK 5 SERVICES INC.are the e AND ACROSS THE FOL-
PAGE 137, OF TH Defendants, I will self to A/K/A 1607,MALTA LOWING:
'PBlI'0RECORDS 'OF the-hiqhest and best**ieI-.",Eo*NICEVII;UFL, ''-,:,
O K A L O O S A der tor cash at IN 32578 COMMENCE AT THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA FRONT OF LERK'S SOUTHEAST CORNER
FRONT DOOR OF Anyperson claiming OF SECTION 36,
A/K/A 915 HOL- SHALIMAR ANNEX at an interest in the TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH
BROOK CIRCLE FORT 11:OOAM on the 10 surplus from the RANGE 25 WESTf
WALTON BEACH, FL day of February, 2009. sale, if any, other OKALOOSA COUNTY
32547 te following des than the property FLORIDA; THENCE PRO-
property as set forth in owner as o the date CEED NORTH 00 DE-
Anyperson claiming said Final Judgment: of the Us Pendens GREES 43 MINUTES 08
an interest in the must file a claim SECONDS EAST
surplus from the LOT 22, BLOCK K within' sixty (60) ALONG THE EAST LINE
sale, if any, other EGLIN HIGHWA days after the sale. OF SAID SECTION 36,
than the roperty SUBDIVISION AC- A DISTANCE OJ
owner as ofthe datCORDING T6 THE WITNESS MY HAND 823.52 FEET THENCE
of the Us Pendens LAT THEREOFAS and the seal of this Court DEPARTING THE EAST
must file a claim RECORDED IN LAT on December 29, 2008. LINE OF SAID SECTION
within sixty (60) BOOK AT PAGE 36, PROCEED NORTH
days after the sale. 85, OF HE PUBLC Don W Howard 89 DEGREES 14 MIN-
RECORDS OF Clerk of the Circuit Court UTES 31 SECONDS
WITNESS MY HAND OOK A LOO SA By:VikiJackson WEST, A DISTANCE OF
and the seal of this Court COUNTY, FLORIDA. Deputy Clerk 631.65 FEET TO THE
on December 29, 2008. A/K/A 29 POINT OF BEGIN-
A/K/A 29 Publish in Crestview N I N G ;
Don W. Howard WOODHAM AVE- News Bulletin THENCE CONTINUE
Clerk of the Circuit Court NUE FORT WALTON Invoice To: Florida De- NORTH 89 DEGREES
By:Viki Jackson BEAH, FL 32547 fault Law Group, PL. 1 4
Deputy Clerk . P.O. Box 25018 MINUTES 31 SEC-
Anyperson claiming Tampa, Florida O N D S
Publish in Crestview an interest in the 33622-5018 WEST, A DISTANCE
News Bulletin surplus from the F 0 7 0 1 3 2 8 1 30.00 FEET, THENCE
Invoice To: Florida De- sale, if any, other TAYLOR-SPECFHLMC-R-e PROCEED NORTH 00
fault Law Group, P.L. than the property La'ska DEGREES 43 MINUTES
P.O. Box 25018 owner as of thedate See Americans with 08 SECONDS EAST, A
Tampa, Florida of the Lis Pendens Disabilities Act DISTANCE OF 164.47
33622-5018 must file a claim IMPORTANT FEET; THENCE
F 0 8 0 3 8 9 0 8 within sixty (60) PROCEED NORTH 89
FIDLITTON-CONV-R-abiv days after the sale. In accordance with the DEGREES 15 MINUTES
en Americans with Disabili- 43 SECONDS WEST, A
**See Americans with WITNESS MY HAND ties Act persons with dis- DISTANCE OF 635
Disabilities Act andthe seal of this.Court abilities needing special FEET MORE OR LESS,
IMPORTANT on December 29, 2008. accommodation to partic- TO A POINT ON WEST-
i pate in this proceeding ERLY MAINTENANCE
In accordance with the DonW. Howard should contact Court Ad- LINE OF BUSH ROAD-
Americans with Disabili- Clerk of the Circuit Court ministration at 101 James THENCE MEANDER
ties Act, persons with dis- By:Viki Jackson Lee Boulevard East, Crest- NORTHERLY ALONG
abilities needing special Deputy Clerk view FL, 32536-3515 SAID WESTERLY MAIN-
accommodation to partic- telephone number (850) TENANCE LINE, A DIS-
ipate in this proceeding Publis in Crestview 689-5000, Extension TANCE OF 30 FEET,
news Bulletin 7497, prior to the pro- MORE OR LESS:
nvoice To: Florida De- ceeding. or Shalimar THENCE, DEPARTING
fault Law Group, P.L. (850) 51-7497 THE WESTERLY
P.O. Box25018 M A IN T E -
Sa,5018 Florida IMPORTANT NANCE LINE OF SAID
f 30701 2 BUSH ROAD, PROCEED
F 0 7 0 1 2 2 1 2 In accordance with the SOUTH 89 DEGREES
NMNC-FNMA-R-khart- Americans with Disabili- 1 5
maier ties Act, persons with dis- MINUTES, 43 SEC-
**See Americans with abilities needing special O N D S
Disabilities Act accommodation to partic- EAST, A DISTANCE OF
IMPORTANT ipate in this proceeding 665 FEET MORE OR
Wh w .te should contact Court Ad- LESS TO A POINT THAT
odiIn accordance m with the ministration at 1250 N. IS N 00 DEGREES 43
Americans wth Disabili- E in Parkway, Shalimar, MINUTES 08 SEC-
,LAWNT, ErK, ties Act, persons with dis: FL, 32579; telephone 0 N D S
""-LAWN T, LC abilities needing special number (85d) 651-7497, EAST AND 194.48 FEET
Lawn Maintenance accommodation to partic- priorto the proceeding. FROM THE POINT OF
Landscaping, lrri6aion, pate in this proceeding BEGINNING- THENCE
Pam nTr.eenstaw ton should contact Court A- 01/03/09 PROCEED I\ORTH 00
Sod, Dirtwork, Bob ministration at 10 James 01 10/09 DEGREES 43 MINUTES
Cat Services Treching Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 08 SECONDS WEST, A
& Debris auling, view, FL, 32536-3515; _______ DISTANCE OF 194.48
Free Estimates, telephone number (850 FEET TO THE POINT OF
Call 865-3266 or 689-5000, Extension BEGINNING OF THE
682-7316 Li, Insured, 7497, prior to the pro- LEGAL # 120138 PARCEL HEREIN DE-
Owner Brad Overly ceedin,. or Shalimar SCRIBED, CONTAIN-
SHCOURT IN THE FIRST 57 ACR. S MORE OR
S IMPORTANT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN LC.
AND FOR LESS.
W In accordance with the OKALOOSA And which postal ad-
Americans with Disabili- COUNTY FLORIDA dress is: 5825 Bush Rd.,
Fox Trot Tree Service ties Act, persons with dis- CASE Baker, FL 32531
No job to large or small abilities needing special NO.:08-CA-560-C BkerFL32531
Free Estimates. Split fire- accommodation to partic- DI- And which includes the
wood, oak & pecans /pate in this proceeding VISION: CIVIL followin property:
LIC/INS. Call Paul should contact Court Ad- 2t 6
850-398-7677 ministration at 1250 N. VANDERBILT MORT- Clayton Mobile Home,
Eglin Parkway Shalimar, GAGE AND Sera No.:
FL, 32579 telephone FI N 5A76GAR Tit
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Good For prior to Ihe proceeding. HOMES INC N0.:95288947 and
Tomorrow a/d/b/a CLAYTONe 2006 Clayton Mobile
01/3/0 Home, Serial
RECYCLE 003/09 HOMES, INC., No.:WHC015276GAA
TODAY! 0itle No.:95288973 at


Public Sale, to the high-
e s t
bidder, for cash, at the
front south door,
Okaloosa County Court-
house, 101 James Lee
Blvd. East, Crestview,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, at 11:00 a.m. on
t h e
27 day of January,
2009.
ANY PERSON
C L A I M -
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court this
17 day of December,
2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Rolfe & Lobello P.A.
P.O. Box 40546
J a c kson -
ville, FL 32203
12/27/2008
01/03/2009


LEGAL #100470
NOTICE OF AUC-
TION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statutes,
there will be a public
auction January 12 19,
2009 at 8:00 A.M. for
the following described
vehicles.
2003 Oldsmobile
v i n #
1G3NL52F53C172832
The auction will be held
at 861 W. James Lee
Blvd Crestview, Fla
32536. Danco Transmis-
sion & Towing has the
right to turn down any
and all bids.
12/31/2009


Legal #100475
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANDFOR
..COO WLRIDA
CML ACTION CASE
NO.
2007-CA-003166-S
DIVISION
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JERRY BAKER, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated De-
cember 29, 2008 and
entered in Case NO.
2007-CA-003166-S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
COUN RYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC, is the
Plaintiff and JERRY
BAKER; AMY HAMMETT;
MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
RATED AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INCi
are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM on the 10
day of February, 2009
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 12, BLOCK 14,
7TH ADDITION TO
ELLIOTS POINT, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 79,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 77 Laurie
Drive NorthEast, Fort
Walton Beach, FL
32548
Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 30, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida


In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceedinq. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
01/03/09
01/10/09

LEGAL#120139
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No. 08CA652
RBC CENTURA BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARIA RECZULSKA,
et. al.
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment
entered in Case No.
08CA652 of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Judicial
Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein, RBC
CENTURA BANK' Plain-
tiff and MARIA
RECZULSKA, et. al., are
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest bidder for
cash AT THE FRONT
DOOR OF THE CLERK'S
OFFICE OF THE COURT-
HOUSE ANNEX IN
SHALIMAR Florida, at
the hour of11:00 a.m.
on the 20th day of Janu-
ary, 2009, the following
described property:
LOT 4 BLOCK B,
CALUSA BAY AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 18. PAGES 24
AND 25 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DATED this 19 day of
December, 2008.
Clerk Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
SHALIMAR ANNEX,
1250 N EGLIN PARK-
WAY SHALIMAR FL
32579, 850-651.7497.
If hearing or voice g im-
aired, contact (TDD)
1800)955-8771 via Flor-
ida Relay System.
12/27/2008
01/03/2008






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3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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SPORTS


A
Section


Saturday, January 3, 2009 www.crestvie wbulletin.com- mPage 10


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Saturday
Girls basketball
Baker at Pleasant Home (Ala.)
tournament
Monday
Girls basketball
Baker at Rocky Bayou,
6:45,p.m.
Boys soccer
Crestview at Pace, 7:30 p.m.
Girls soccer
Rocky Bayou at Crestview,
6 p.m.
Tuesday
Boys basketball
Fort Walton Beach at
Creslview, 7 p.m.
Freeport at Baker, 7:15 p.m.
Rocky Bayou at Laurel Hill,
7:15 p.m.
Girls basketball
Crestview at Milton, 7 p.m.
Boys soccer
Crestview at Escambia,
7 p.m.
Girls soccer
Pace a.tCrestview, 7:30 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood Country Club
Thursday Lowball
Dec. 18
1. Mike Costabile, Gary Zick,
Brian Kamrowski, David Gansel
-8
2. Richard Lawson, David
Hinnant, Neil Thompson, Werth
Pittman -7
3.JimmyJohnson, Bob Frazier,.
Ron-Magruder, Tracy Bonham -7
4. Bill Goodard, Bill
Chandler, Alan Parsons -6

His & Her
Dec. 20
A Flight
1. Jenny and James Conley 70
2. Glenda and Owen
Edwards 74
B Flight
1. Mary and Charles
Grosskurth 74
2. Susie and Jack Patten 77
C Flight
1. Lou and Paul McCosh 74
2. Carol Hower and Brian
Davis 81
D Flight
1. Debra Henderson and Ron
Magruder 74
2. Becky and Tim Fink 75
The next His & Her isJan. 17
at 9 a.m. Call 682-2012 for
details.

Sunday Lowball
Dec. 21
1. Don Kearney, Jesse Dennis,
Travis Kearney, Ron -Boisjolie,
Terry.Tillman -7
2. Brandon Moser, Randy '
Taylor, Ferrell Sasser -4
3. Archie Perez, Tom Cook,
John Blair, David Gansel -3
4. Sonny Gomez, Alan
Parsons, Justin McLane, Aaron
Odom -3

Sunday Lowball
Dec. 28
Mike Bouchard, Dona
Bouchard, Don Breitbach,
Nancy Breitbach, Tom Prier-1 5
Wade Roberts, J.R. Roberts,
Steve Whiddon, Jerry Maghon
-11
Brad Gutnik, Jeff Holmes, John
Blair, Ralph Armstrong -10
Dave Campbell, Jerry Devoy,
Dick Hickson, Wayne'Lincoln,
Randy Lincoln -10'
The next Sunday Lowball is
SSunday at noon. Call 682-
2012 for details.

BRIEFS
YMCA Basketball
The Crestview YMCA is hold-
ing basketball and cheerleading
registrations for boys and girls
ages 2-14.
Registration continues through
Jan. 17.
For more information about
playing or how your business
can sponsor a team contact the
YMCA at 689-2999 or visit
the YMCA at 298 N. Wilson,
Crestview.

Laurel Hill Spring Sports
registration
The City of Laurel Hill's T-Ball,
Baseball, & Softball Season starts
in March. Registration is $25.
Sign up now at City Hall or call
fr 652-4441 for more information.


RANDY DICKSON I CrestviewNews Bulletin
WELCOME SIGHT: The Heritage Plantation entrance building welcomes golfers to a course ranked as
one of the nation's best by Golf Digest.




Heritage Plantation




digests' magazine honor


I J their editor Ron Whitten and told
Course ranke him about the course," Marks said.
"He said, 'You really should enter
as nations N 5 the best new public course catego-
:as0na 0on0 s No0. 5 ry for '08.'
Sp "So I got my paperwork together
new public venue and sent him somephotos andscore
V U cards and all the official stufffrom the
state showing the course rating."
Randy Dickson From there it was a matter of
Crestview News Bulletin Golf Digest sending in its people,
a team of 14 raters, over a span of
It hasn't taken long for the area's about four months to play and eval-
newest golf course, Heritage Plan- uate Heritage.
tation, to get some pretty big hon- "They rate the golf course for
ors. many different categories value,
Golf Digest Magazine recently playability, aesthetics, unique expe-
named Heritage Plantation the rience, service and five or six other
No. 5 new public golf course that things," Marks said. "What we end-
opened between May 1, 2007 and ed up finding out is we were No. 5,
April 30,2008. and that's exciting for everybody
"It's an honor that's pretty hum- here.
bling and exciting at the same time," "In our category there were
saidJeffMarks, Heritage Plantation about 60 entries and all deserv-
PGA Director of Golf. "Bill Bergin ing of an award or else Golf Digest
designed our golf course last year, wouldn't even bother."
andhis intentionwasjust to make it Some of those rating the course
a fair and friendly golf course from commented to Marks that Heritage
all sets of tees. Plantation could be the best course
"Whatwefoundoutwaswehada they ever played because of the
golf course that ended up being one uniqueness of holes with so many
of the three highest rated golf cours- different view and so many different
es in Florida for course rating by the lies..
Florida State Golf Association." "The shot-shaping characteris-
Marks said Heritage Plantation tics of the course are sowhereifyou
knew it had a great course, but the are a real good golfer sometimes
rating came as a bit of a surprise. you have to hit a big highdraw, and
"So I contacted Golf Digest and other times a real low fade, to get


the ideal second shot to the green,"
Marks said. "The raters gave us a
lot of favorable comments about the
uniqueness of the golf course.
"One of the comments that were
typical of most raters was, 'I've nev-
er seen a golf course in Florida look
like this."'
They went on to tell him if they
were blindfolded and dropped off at
a hole without knowing theywere in
Florida, they might think they were
in Minnesota, Colorado or some
other inland state to the north.
Marks believes the Golf Digest
rating will be good not only for Heri-
tage Plantation, but for the entire
north Okaloosa County area.
"We've had interest already from
the NCAA for a large tournament,"
he said. "We are in talks right now
with one of the lower level tours for
a tour event in the next two years.
"We've just had interest from
all over the U.S. because of Golf
'Digest We've received phone calls
from golfers in Canada, Minnesota,
California and Hawaii. It's been un-
believable."
Many of the callers have indicat-
ed they'll be in Destin in the near
future and want to play the course.
"So its been great advertising
for us," Marks said.

A link to the original Golf Di-
gest article will be posted at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


LHS fans comfortable with gym's new look


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Fans attending a basketball game at
Laurel Hill this year are in for a real treat.
After more years than most people can count, the
Hobo gym has undergone a facelift of sorts, replacing
the old bleachers and making other cosmetic changes.
"The old bleachers were right at, or more than, 40
years old,' Laurel Hill boys basketball coach and ath-
letic director Kent Zessin said. "They were very good
bleachers at the time. They were very good bleachers,
that's for sure.
"We did as much as we possibly could to try and up-
keep them. But basketball is the sport here, and when
you start putting 500 and 600 fans in here on a nightly
basis that does take some wear on them. It turned into
a safety issue more than anything."
Some of those problems involved the bleachers
breaking loose from their anchors along the wall.
Another problem with the old bleachers: there was
no handicap access.
"We kind of wanted to go with code and get that
(handicap access) for them," Zessin said. "That was
one of the big reasons for the change in the bleach-
ers.
"A big thanks has to go out to (current assistant
superintendent) Rodney Nobles. He was the one
that kind of got the ball rolling when he was principal
here, and he kind of helped it follow through and get
it done."
About the only drawback to the new setup: about
150 seats were lost.
"If you consider that you can now stand up behind
the top row along the bleachers, ye probably lost 50 (in
the gym capacity)," Zessin said.)"If we get packed in


here and people were standing in there you are going
to lose about 50-75 seats.
"That is quite a bit, butiat the same time, I've
seen up to 1,000 in the gym. If people want to come
and watch it they will stand out there in the lobby and
watch the game. I think that's what makes the atmo-
sphere so great."
From an athletic director's perspective, Zessin
isn't overly concerned about the financial impact of
the lost seats.
"I don't see it hurting our budget too much," he said.
"There will be a couple of games that it might (hurt
some) but I don't think it's going to matter at all.
"If it gets to the point where there are 500 or 600
people here that means it's a big game. If it's Paxton,
our rival, or Crestview or a big district or big regional
quarterfinal or final, they are 'going to come and watch
us play."
Zessin pointed back to the 2005-06 season and Lau-
rel Hill's run to the boys basketball state semifinals as
an example.
"We were maxed but at about 900, way more than
we are supposed to have in here," he said. "If they
want to watch it they'll come and make room.
"That's just what makes the atmosphere so great
at these games. Being right up there on the court re-
minds you lot of Duke (University) basketball. That's
a small coliseum, and the fans are right on top of the
court, and that makes it real unique to play in."
In addition to the new bleachers, new protective
padding with a Hobo logo has also been placed along
the walls at each end of the court, enhancing the fresh
look A few years ago the actual gym floor was redone.
"The shell on the outside is still the same," Zessin
said, "but you walk inside and it's totally different.
"It looks like a new gym. It's going to give the kids
some pride. nd not only the players, but the fanrw"


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Golf tips

from Pro:

Cash in on

short putts

Jeff Marks
Astold to Randy Dickson

Anyone who has been
around the game of golf has
heard the old saying, "Drive
for show. Putt for dough."
But when the money, or the
friendly round of golf is on
the line, many people find
what would seem to be a
simple putt a great adven-
ture.
This week Heritage Plan-
tation PGA teaching pro
JeffMarks addresses how to
sink the five- to six-foot putt.
It seems like onjustabout
every hole you have a five- or
six-footer (putt) for some-
thing. Hopefully for a birdie,
but it's your bread and but-
ter putt. You have to be good
at these.
The biggest problem
people have on these putts
is anticipation. They want to
peek and see the ball go in
and won't commit to a good
stroke.
The two biggestproblems
I see with people are their
head rolling through impact
(moving with shoulders).
And it's very important to
keep your eyes still over the
putt.
The reason: if your head
rolls to the hole when you
stroke your putt, what you
will find as a right-handed
golfer is your shoulders tend
to open left. When that hap-
pens, you miss your putt left.
I have found most golfers
who have played for a couple
of years, when they miss
their putts, they tend to miss
them left for that reason.
Another problem is de-
acceleration. What I mean
by that is taking too long of a
stroke and quitting at impact.
When you do that the putter
tends to get off line and the
ball doesn't roll through and
the putter face tends to turn
quite a bit atimpact.
Here are some good ba-
sics for a short putt.
Let's say we have a five-
footer here. For a five-foot
putt that's flat we want to try
and hit it seven feet. That's
a nice firm putt that won't
break very much and we can
kind of take a little bit of the
break out of it and hit it to the
back of the hole.
What you are going to
find is that putts that are
short never go in. That's
something I learned 25 years
ago; So you have to give it a
chance. Treating a five-foot-
er like a seven-footer for a
flat putt is a rule of thumb,
even out on the PGAtour
Another thing is your
ball position. You want to play
it pretty much like you would
a long iron or a fairway wood,
about an inch-and-a-half or
two inches inside your front
instep.
You want to get your eyes
right over your ball so you
can see your line well.
One of the biggest prob-
lems I've seen in putting is
people letting their wrist roll
or turn through impact.
A good tip I heard when
I first started playing golf
when I was 13-years old was,
'Imagine your wrists being
in a cast.' If you had a cast on
your hands to the middle of
your forearms you couldn't
move your wrists.
If you can feel as if your
arms and shoulders move
as a one-piece unit, you are
going to find that the club
is going to be very straight
coming into impact.
If you have a golf ques-
tion for Jeff Marks e-mail
it to Randy Dickson at ran-
dyd@crestviewbulletin.
com. Or you can mail the
question to Randy Dickson


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