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Saturday, JANUARY 17, 20U0


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INSIDE


save a life
WEAR YOUR SEATBELT


Christmas
parade winners
honored 2


Church hosts
Christmas for
foster kids 3


Soccer
players using
their heads 10


WEATHER
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of precipitation
Sunrise 6:44 a.m.
Sunset 5:09 p.m.

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
OBITUARIES ........................ 2
RELIGION .............. 3
SPORTS ....................... 10
CLASSIFIEDS. ............. 7-9

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34th Year Number 5
10 Pages 1 Section


THE




PEOPLE'S




CLERK


A DECADE IN OFFICE: Crestview City Clerk Janice Young will begin her third term'in office on
April 1. She did not face opposition in the 2009 municipal elections;

Crestview city clerk Janice Young will begin third term April 1


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
hen Janice Young officially begins her latest term as
Crestview's city clerk on April 1, don't expect any big
fanfare to come from her
office in City Hall. ELE0TION
Young will be there simply doing what
she enjoys doing: "I like helping people."
Still, she was relieved to retain the
office she loves without the bother of hav-
ing to campaign.
"I'm relieved it's over," she said. "Every
four years I have to run again. I'm thankful the people of Crestview
See CLERK 4


CANDIDATES FORUM
The News Bulletin will
sponsor a candidates'
forum .on Tuesday,
Feb. 24, at the
Community Center.
The forum will focus on
north Okaloosa County
elections scheduled for
March 10. If you have
a topic you think should
be addressed at the
forum, e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.


PRESIDENT BUSH *


Bush


gets high


marks

Educators
speak favorably
of the outgoing
president

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Few presidents have
excited as much passion as
George W Bush during his
eight years in office.
Though widely and
sometimes wildly ap-
proved of in our largely
conservative region, the
president's critics, includ-
ing some locally, have
questioned everything
from his decision to invade
Iraq to his command of the
English language.
The News Bulletin
spoke with two area educa-
tors for an assessment of
how the outgoing president
will be viewed by history.
"After you filter through
all of the media-driven
See BUSH 4

INAUGURATION DAY
Watch a video feed
of the inauguration
of Barack Obama
on Tuesday at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
The inauguration
ceremony begins at
10:30 a.m.


NOFD board gets earful from district residents


Most who spoke at meeting oppose fire tax hike


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The North Okaloosa Fire Dis-
trict asked for feedback, and it got
plenty Thursday night during its
board of commissioners meeting.
Most of the 11 citizens who
spoke during the monthly meeting
at the Bob Sikes Airport fire safety
facility at the Bob Sikes Airport
conveyed a similar message: They
aren't happy with the district's
third attempt to ask voters to ap-
prove an increased fire tax.
The district will ask voters to
approve a flat rate increase of
"10.79/month ($129.43/year)" in
a March 10 referendum. District


voters twice rejected a millage
rate funding option in 2008.
"QuitefranldyI'moffendedyou're
coming back for third time because
I don't think you all have looked at
any other options," Craig Shaw told
the board during a public comments
period that lasted almost two hours.
"I think public has spoken twice and
you're not hearing it.",
NOFD commissioners say the
latest proposal is different. The
2008 referendums asked voters to
approve a millage rate funding op-
tion with state-required language
that could have allowed a fire tax
increase.of 3.75 mils. The new pro-
posal would result in a flat rate
increase that would bring in about


the same revenue of a 1.22 mil
assessment. (See the full NOFD
press release at www.crestview.
bulletin.com).
Most of the speakers at Thurs-
day's meeting responded that a
tax increase is a tax increase is a
tax increase.
"I've been in business all of
my life and had to watch my bud-
get, and now you'll have to watch
yours," said Lonnie Jack Adams,
who attended to express his con-
cern that he owned land in the dis-
trict but could not vote in the ref-
erendum because he lived outside
of the district.
The NOFD commissioners and
Chief Ed Cutler responded to sev-
eral of the questions by pointing
out the district's ability to provide
services would be diminished if


the referendum fails. The commis-
sioners indicated the department
likely would become a primarily
volunteer unit by 2011 if the March
10 referendum does not pass.
Daniel Bowers Sr., who chaired
a Citizens Against More Taxes
Committee in response to the
NOFD referendums in 2008, re-
plied voters seemed to accept that
fate twice already.
"Ihstead of trying to provide
the protection you think the dis-
trict deserves, provide what the
districts asks for," Bowers said, "I
see you trying to provide what you
want to have."
The NOFD commissioners
took issue with some of the com-
ments but generally conveyed a
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Chairman Jim Greer ap-
pointed Jane Dale and
Barbara Wall to the Voter
Registration Task Force.
The Okaloosa County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Monday at 6 p.m. at the
Niceville City Council
Chambers, 208 N. Partin
Dr. Visit www.okaloo-
sagop.com or call 609-
4401 to get information on
local activities of Okaloo-
sa County Republicans.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
MEETING THE CHAIRMAN: Republican Party of Florida
Chairman Jim Greer (second from left) with local
OCREC Board Members. From left are Caroline
Fitzgerald (State Committeewoman), Greer,
Barbara Wall (OCREC President) and Steve
Czontska (State Committeeman).


Toastmaster honored


SPECIAL TO THE
NEWS BULLETIN

Rick Walker
won first place in
the Toastmasters
Division E Evalu-
ation Contest Jan.
11 in Shalimar.
Walker, who is a


RICK WALKER


member of the
Crestview Toastmasters,
will go on to compete at
the District 77 Evalua-
tion Contest Jan. 24 in
Montgomery, Ala. Walker
was required to listen
to a 5-7 minute speech


and then provide
constructive feed-
back to the speaker
within a 2-3 minute
evaluation. Contes-
tants are judged on
analytical quality,
recommendations,
technique and
summation. Evalu-


ator comments
must be positive and
encouraging to help the
speaker improve. Walker,
who is an active duty Air
Force member, has been
a Toastmaster for one
year.


Special to the News Bulletin

Delegates from Oka-
loosa County at the Re-
publican Party of Florida
Annual Meeting earlier
this month in Orlando
were Chairman Barbara
Wall, State Committee-
man Steve Czonstka and
State Committeewoman
Caroline FitzGerald.
Chairman Wall was also
elected as Vice Chair of
Congressional District 1.


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OF CRESTVIEW: MEMBER FDIC
S: :':' ., Your Hrometown Bank Since 1956!

ark Waggy, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
I i National Bank of Crestview, began his banking career here, as a teller,
26 years ago. A graduate of Crestview High School, Mark has completed
numerous banking courses and graduated from the University of Florida
Banking School in 2005. Mark is married and the father of two sons. He is an
avid Elvis fan and can be seen driving around town in his restored 1949 fire-
engine red Ford truck. When asked to comment about working at the bank,
he replied, "I enjoy working here and I like the one on one contact with the
customers. I try to treat each one of them the.way I would like to be treated.
SThe people here are like family and we still have that friendly hometown


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302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
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1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


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2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
PILGRIM REST BAPTIST/CRESTVIEW FIRST ASSEMBLY:
Representatives of the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
(second from left) and the Crestview First Assembly of
God (second from right) accept plaques for their tied
win in the Christmas parade in the church/religious
group category.

OBITUARIES

Betty Bradley Givens Williamson


Betty Williamson of
Pensacola passed away on
Jan. 13, 2009 at her son's
home in Crestview after a
long and courageous battle
with ALS (Lou Gehrig's
Disease). She was born
to Alphus and Audrey
Bradley on June 6, 1935 in
Florala, Ala.
She is survived by her
husband of 11 years, Ed-
ward L. Williamson; a son,
Joel Givens of Crestview,
daughter-in-law, Sandra
Givens; stepdaughter, Re-
becca Williamson Balleste-
ros (husband Tino) of Mer-
ced, Calif.; brothers, Austin
(wife Lyvonne), Bobby
(wife Margaret) of Crest-
view and Robert (wife
Geri) of Auburn, Wash.;
sisters, Inez Degraaf and
Jeanette Mims of Crest-
view and Peggy Horton
(husband Jim) of Mary
Esther; grandson, Daniel
Givens (wife Michelle) of
Austin, Texas.
She is also survived by
many nieces and nephews,
including Ricky Givens, for
whom she was a caregiver
for several years.
She was predeceased
by her first husband, Wil-
liam C. "Pat" Givens, her
parents, and her oldest
son, William Danny Giv-
ens.
Betty was a graduate
of Crestview High School,
Class of 1954. She enjoyed
cooking, quilting and travel
and delighted in making
new friends. She was a
beautiful, creative, spirited
and totally unselfish lady
who charmed everyone
she met. She will long be


remembered as a caring
lady who was concerned
about everyone else's
problems before her own.
Survivors will long remem-
ber her ever-optimistic
comment, "This too shall
pass." Even while wracked
by this unrelenting dis-
ease, she maintained her
high spirits, her sense of
humor and mischievous-
ness, and if cooking was in
progress, she kept her ear
tuned to the kitchen, fre-
quently sending in instruc-
tions and suggestions.
The family is very ap-
preciative of all who have
visited, called or written
to express concern during
this most difficult time.
Fnmeral services were
at the First Baptist Church
of Crestview on Friday,
Jan. 16 at 1 p.m. Inter-
ment followed at Live Oak
Memorial Park Cemetery,
Crestview.
The family requests
that in lieu of flowers,
donations be made in
honor of Betty to the ALS
Association, Florida Chap-
ter, 3242 Parkside Center
Circle, Tampa, FL 33619
or First Baptist Church
of Crestview, 171 Hickory
St:, Crestview, FL 32536 or
Covenant Hospice, 2223 S.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
FL 32539.
Arrangements were
under the direction of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home in Crestview.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest
book for Betty Williamson
online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


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members appointed

to task force


Awards presentation wraps up city thristmas parade



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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
SPANISH TRAIL CRUISERS: Mike Turman, center, president
of the Spanish Trail Cruisers car club, accepts the
first place plaque in the civic/school/youth category
for his group's entry in the city's Christmas parade
from Mayor David Cadle, left, and acting council
president Chip Wells.


A family photo


for the ages


















VICKI MILLER I Specuil to the News Bulletin
FIVE GENERATIONS: Bertha Williams (front) of
the Battens community in Enterprise, Ala.,
got together over the Christmas holiday with
four other generations of her family. Her
great-grandson, Robby Gaines, is holding his
daughter, Alyssa. Also pictured are Bertha's
daughter, LeVinuia Grimes of Crestview, and
Bertha's grandson, Rick Gaines (back, left to
right). Robby and Rick were home for Christmas
from a 1 5-month deployment to Iraq. Their unit is
the 10th Mountain Division of the. U.S.Army, Fort
Drum, N.Y.


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Saturday, January 17, 2009


Religion


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Faith can yield



finger lickin'



good results

There are times when we embark upon a new venture
or try something new, and it doesn't seem to go the way
we anticipated. Sometimes it doesn't seem to work at all
even though we know it should.
May the following story give you a bit of inspiration.
Remember... don't ever give up when you know in your
heart something is right according to God.
"When Col. Harland Sanders retired
at the age of 65, he had little to show for
himself except an old Cadillac roadster, a
$105 monthly pension check arid a recipe
for chicken.
"Knowing he couldn't live on his pen-
sion, he took his chicken recipe in hand,
got behind the wheel of his van and set
REV. MARK out to make his fortune. His first plan was
BROADHEAD to sell his chicken recipe to restaurant
From the Pulpit owners, who would in turn give him a re-
sidual for every piece of chicken they sold
five cents per chicken.
"The first restaurateur he called on turned him down.
"So did the second.
"So did the third.
"In fact, the first 1,008 sales calls Col. Sanders made
ended in rejection. Still, he continued to call on owners as
he traveled across the country,.sleeping in his car to save
money. Prospect number 1,009 gave him his first 'yes.'
"After two years of making daily sales he signed up
a total of five restaurants. Still the Colonel pressed on,
knowing that he had a great chicken recipe and that
someday the idea would catch on.
"Of course, you know how the story ends. The idea did
catch on. By 1963 the Colonel had 600 restaurants across
the country selling his secret Kentucky Fried Chicken
recipe (with 11 herbs and spices).
"In 1964 future Kentucky governor John Brown bought
him out. Even though the sale made Sanders a multi-mil-
lionaire, he continued to represent and promote KFC
until his death in 1990.
"If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try, try, try again."

Don't ever give up
What would have happened if Sanders had given up?
He would have probably died an unknown person. We
wouldn't have great-tasting chicken to take home.
How about these little tidbits:
The great American poet Carl Sandburg flunked
English.
The great inventor Thomas Edison did not do well
in school either. His teachers thought he was stupid.
Einstein could not speak until he was four and did
not read until he was seven.
Beethoven's music teacher said, "As a composer
he's hopeless."
F W Woolworth couldn't get a job. Merchants said
he didn't have enough sense to wait on customers.
Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor who
said Disney didn't have any good ideas.
Caruso was told by a voice coach, "You can't sing.
You have no voice at all."
An editor told Louisa May Alcott she was not ca-
pable of writing anything that would appeal to a popular
audience. 4
What if all these people believed their critics? They
would have given up, and we would not have the numer-
ous inventions, music, writing, and stores we enjoy today.
Don't ever give up. Every day is a new opportunity to
begin afresh. Every day is a gift given to you by God to
have a new beginning. Believe God has given you special
gifts and abilities to use for His good. Hang on to the
hope and assurance of His love and grace.
Paul wrote to Timothy, "Pursue righteousness and a
godly life, along with faith, love, perseverance, and gen-
tleness. Fight the good fight for the true faith."
We should do the same.

The Rev. Mark Broadhead is pastor at the First
Presbyterian Church of Laurel Hill at 8115 Fourth St.
in Laurel Hill (phone 652-2164) and the First Presby-
terian Church of Crestview, at the intersection of U.S.
Highway 90 and State Road 85 in the heart of Crestview
(phone 682-2835). Sunday morning worship is at 9 a.m.
in Laurel Hill and 11 a.m. in Crestview. Web site: www.
firstpresbyterian-crestview.org.


JOHN PARROTT I Crestview News Bulletin
VISIT WITH SANTA: Illyana and Dalyen Johnston wave as Santa Claus listens to their wishes.



Santa's presence thrills foster


children at annual party


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

This Christmas, children who may have been
taken out of unloving homes or who may have been
waiting for their very first Christmas present were
feted with their very own party.
Foster Families of America, in conjunction with
HEROES (Helping Everyone Respectfully Overcome
Everyday Situations) and Emmanuel Baptist Church
sponsored their second annual Christmas program
Dec. 20 at the Emmanuel fellowship hall.
More than 350 area kids attended the daylong
even that included everything from food and games
to a special visit from Santa Claus.
The moving force behind the event, Dalton and
Wanda Jones, initially had little inclination to turn a one-
time party for foster care children intd an annual event.
The success of the 2007 event convinced them to
reconsider, and the 2008 event proved even more suc-
cessful.
The Joneses, founders of Foster Families of Amer-
ica (a highly respected local non-profit that facilitates
placement of at-risk children in safe and secure home
environments) were assisted by HEROES, another
non-profit that specializes in the care of children with
physical or mental disabilities.
Many of the children are in protective custody and
their identities remain guarded, but they were ready
for Santa's arrival.
The arrival of Santa was nothing new for one at-
tendee. Mimary Jamison, whose 81st birthday coin-
cided with the event, was one of the special guests
who brightened the day for many youngsters, who
seemed genuinely in awe of her.
She seemed as excited by the many events going
on around her and as'enthusiastic as many of the
children.
The star of the show was the jolly old man himself
- Santa Claus, who came bearing bags full of gifts
for children and some that were not so young. Santa's
bag never emptied. Wide-eyed and smiling children
all walked away with a present. -
In some cases, this was the first real present the
child ever received.
About $2,000 in donated and purchased gifts were
distributed by Santa and his helpers.
This project is the fruition of a longstanding
dream for Dalton Jones, president of Foster Families
of America.
"I was one of 11 children who grew up in foster
care," said Jones. "It has always been a dream of


SPECIAL BIRTHDAY VISTOR: Mimary Jamison
celebrated her 81 st birthday on the day Santa
made his appearance at Emmanuel Baptist
Church.

mine to give something back, and this is our way of
doing it. If we can bring some happiness and joy into
one child's life then it's worth it. We've done our job."
Kathy Ellis of HEROES, one of the co-founders of
the Christmas party, added, "We do this for the chil-
dren."
Thirty-two of Ellis's charges were among the rev-
elers. It was readily apparent some were absolutely
thrilled by the attention. Others stood mystified by
what was going on around them.
"For me personally, it is the most rewarding job
I've ever had," Ellis said. "Even though I had never
worked with adults or children with disabilities be-
fore, I discovered God has a funny sense of humor."
She was referring to how people get involved in
programs such as HEROES. Some people feel a spe-
cial calling and walk into them.
Ellis said she was shoved into it.
"I was pushed into this job and realized what a
challenge it was, but I also quickly realized it was the
most rewarding job I'd ever have.",

Tell us about community events hosted at your
church. Call 682-6524 or e-mail kylew@crestviewbul-
letin.com.


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

EVENTS
WORLDWIDE MOM'S DAY
OF PRAYER: will be observed
today from 8'a.m. to noon at
House of Restoration, 383 Texas
Parkway, Crestview. Each hour
will be led by Christian prayer
leaders from different denomi-
nations. The day is specifically
set aside across the world fotl
women to come together to pray
for their children, the children of
their area and children around
the world. For details contact
Mary E. Jones, 682-8630 or Linda
Evans, 682-0904.
WEEKDAY BIBLE STUDY:
The Laurel Hill Presbyterian
Church offers Wednesday Bible
study conducted by the Rev.
Mark Broadhead, starting Jan.
21 at 10 a.m. at the church, 8115
4th St. All are invited.
PILGRIM REST EXODUS
STUDY: Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Church on State Road 4 one mile
south of Baker invites everyone
to attend a one-day study on the


book of Exodus, "Living in Awe
of God," on Sunday. It will be
taught in four segments at 9:45
a.m., 11.a.m., 5 and 6 p.m, Child-
care will be available for all ses-
sions. The sessions will be led by
Dr. James Newell, an associate
professor of Old Testament and
Hebrew at Baptist College of
Florida, Graceville. Call 537-9221
for details.
STAKE CONFERENCE:
For the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-Day Saints will be
held Sunday.from 1 to 3 p.m. at
the Crestview meeting house
on 3 Del Cerra Camino for Ol-
ive Branch, Crestview I and II,
DeFuniak Springs, and Paxton
Branch.
Please be in your seats ten
minutes prior to the scheduled
time. These meetings will take
the place of all normally sched-
uled Sunday meetings.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE
SALES: are held on the first
Saturday of the month. Funds
generated are used for Epipha-
ny Episcopal Church's outreach
activities.
Participants may sell what-
ever they like at a cost of $10 per


Church BRIEFS

parking space. Concessions are
available inside.,
Call Mary at (850) 665-3437 for
details.The church is located at
424 Garden St. in Crestview.
GOSPEL CHOIR UNION
CELEBRATION: The 17th an-.
niversary celebration of the Oka-
loosa County Gospel Protestant
Choirs Union will by held Jan 30
and 31. at Gregg Chapel AME
Church on Carson St. in Fort
Walton Beach.
Revival on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
features the spoken word by Rev.
Faye Allen. Saturday at 5 p.m.
the Gospel Choir Union Choirs
will be in concert, with special
guest First Church of God in
Christ of Crestview anrd Evange-
list Linda Cooper as mistress of
ceremony. Everyone is invited to
attend this celebration.
FIRST ARTS CONCERT:
Jan. 23, 7:30 p.m. The Mon-
tana Skies concert is 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 students; tick-


ets at the door are $15 for adults
and $8 for students. Purchase at,
Pavlic's Unique Florist in Des-
tin; Kitchenique in Sandestin;
Bayou Books in Niceville; Play-
ground Music, PS Gifts, and in
the church office at 103 First St.
SE, in Fort Walton.
You may print an order form
online at www.firstartsconcerts.
org/tickets.htm and mail it fol-
lowing instructions on the form.
Details: 243-9292 or 243-6083
or www.firstartseoncerts.org.
NATIONAL PRAYER
BREAKFAST: Feb. 12 at the
Eglin Officers' Club. The buffet
line will open at 6:30 a.m. with
the program beginning at 7 a.m.
Guest speaker will be Chaplain,
Major General Cecil Richard-
son, USAF Chief of Chaplains.
Tickets are $3 for club members,
$5 for non-members and can be
purchased from your First Ser-
geant. For more information,
please call the chapel at 882-
2111.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contemporary
worship is at 9 a.m. at the church,


located at located at 5826 N. Hwy.
189, just north of the traffic light
in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio show
airs every day at 12:30 p.m. on
WTJT 90.1 FM. Presented by
Northwest Florida Church of
God, pastored by Carl Dillen-
back.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite
of Christian Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) is designed for those
seeking one or more of the Sac-
raments of Initiation; Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eucharist.
This formation process is the
church's approved method for
individuals to become mem-
bers of the Catholic community,
Sessions are held at the Eglin
Chapel Center Annex from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. each Wednesday
evening. For more information,
please call Susan Huberty at
882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COURSE:
Airport Road Church of Christ
is 'offering a free Bible corre-
spondence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The radio
program airs Monday through
Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ,
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popular opinion right now,
I think history is going
to see President Bush in
a much different, much
more favorable light,"
said Randall Bundy, a
Baker School teacher of
government and econom-
ics. "He's going to be
recognized for keeping the
country safe. Since 9/11 we
haven't had another terror
attack on our soil."
It's as assessment with
which Joe Martin, chair-
Sman of the Crestview High
School social studies de-
partment, agrees.
"I think he's going to do
well in history," Martin said.
"No. 1, he's kept America
safe after 9/11. Most Ameri-
cans believe we would've
been hit again. I myself be-


lieve that. He's done a real
good job of protecting the
country."
Bundy said the Iraq War
is "the biggie" when evalu-
ating President Bush's
place in history.
"Should he or shouldn't
have he invaded Iraq? Go-
ing into that war he made a
decision with the informa-
tion he had on hand. You
can second-guess that deci-
sion with 20-20 hindsight,"
Bundy said.
"Did he have enough
troops? Probably not,"
Bundy continued. "Did he
make mistakes? Sure, he
made lots of mistakes, but
many of those mistakes
were based on information
that he had to react to."
"He's freed millions of


human beings in Iraq and
Afghanistan from brutal dic-
tatorships," Martin noted.
Bundy believes Bush
will receive more credit
from the history books than
he has during his tenure in
the White House.
"I think he's going to be
given credit for all the for-
eign aid to Africa that he's
responsible for that has
totally gone under the radar
because it's not been some-
thing the media has caught
onto," Bundy said.
S"I think history is going
to give him a lot more credit
when it comes to domestic
programs for the elderly
and for education. In the
school system we hear peo-
ple complaining all the time
about the No Child Left


Behind; but that program
has worked, not as well as
intended perhaps, because
it has tried to hold the pub-
lic school system account-
able for the performance of
students."
Martin also had praise
for Bush's domestic accom-
plishments.
"I don't know-what the
courts are going to do about
Sit, but he signed a law sav-
ing babies from partial
birth abortions," Martin
noted. "He stimulated our
economy after recession
and I believe he restored
some moral dignity to the
Oval Office"?
Keeping his administra-
tion relatively scandal-free
will help Bush achieve good
standing in history, Martin


says.
"When we look back
over previous presidents,
one thing we identify with
as being a bad sign is if they
got involved in scandals,"
Martin said. "I think he's
done real well."
"Many people think
Richard Nixon was one of
the worst presidents we
ever had," Bundy noted in
the same vein. "But Rich-
ard Nixon was one of the
best presidents we ever
had. If it wasn't for Water-
gate, he would be remem-
bered far differently He
found a political way to get
us out of the Vietnam War,
among other things."
Both teachers advise the
public to give the current
popular opinion a few years


to settle before seeing how
history views our 43rd
president.
"What's history going to
say about George Bush?"
asked Bundy rhetorically.
"I think we have our noses
too close to the glass right
now to accurately see, but
when we step back and
see some passage of time,
I'll say this: as bad as the
economy is right now, he's
basically leaving things in
pretty good shape for his
successor."

How do you assess
President George W Bush's
two terms in office? Do you
agree with our local teach-
ers? Share your thoughts
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


CLERK from page 1


NOFD from page 1


have put their trust in me
for another four years. I'll do
the best that I can.
"We have a lot of good
staff, and we all have the
same goal in mind and
that's to do what's best for
the city of Crestview"
Youngis aware her next
term may be one of her
most challenging with the
city's population likely to
expand considerably as the.
BRAC program brings new
military personnel to the
area.
The influx of new citi-
zens will bring new opportu-
nities for current residents,
Young thinks.
"I'd like to see Crestview
get some more retail and
some more industry in
here," she said. "I know a lot
of our citizens are excited
about seeing that happen,
and I think when the BRAC
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Young had already
worked for Crestview for
eight years, including ser-
vice in the mayor's office,
when she was appointed by
the city council to fulfill the
term of then-city clerk Al
Jackson, who passed away
in 1999.
"I served as interim
and then I decided to run,"
Young explained.
Ten years later, she's still
running strong.
Making her job easier is
a supportive, hard-working
staff of colleagues, she said.
"It's good to have other
staff members to depend
on," Young said. "Having a
good staff here in my office
really helps me tremen-
dously. I'm blessed to have
them. Some of them have
been here quite a while.
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direct bill pay through your
bank," she said. "I believe
we've come a long way in
modernizing our bill pay-
ing methods. It takes time,
and you can't do everything
overnight. We've come a
long way and I'm proud of
that."
With Janice Young, be-
ing city clerk always comes
Down to one thing: the Hub
City's citizens.
"I'm just grateful to the
people of Crestview for
their confidence in me as
their city clerk, and I will
continue to do the best job
that I can,' Young said. "I
love people, and I'm not
ready to retire and go!"

Janice Young won't face
an election March 10, but
four local municipal gov-
ernment seats will be con-
tested. Post your thoughts
on those elections at www.
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that makes it easier for
me."
Working with good city
leaders also makes Young's
job rewarding.
"I like working with
the mayor (David Cadle)
and the council," she said.
"They try to do what's best
for the city and the citizens.
It helps when you have
people like that to work
with."
Despite great colleagues
and the opportunity to in-
teract with the public, the
position of city clerk also
has its frustrations.
"I would say the most
frustrating thing is person-
nel issues," Young con-
fessed. "A lot of cities have
been hit hard with the bud-
get crunch and have had
to lay off people. I hope we
won't have to do that."
Young continues to ex-
plore new ways technology
can benefit the citizens who
must interact with her of-
fice, particularly when pay-
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conciliatory tone.
"We appreciate the in-
put," one of the commis-
sioners said to conclude
the discussion. "We just
wish we could have worked
something out that was
more palatable to the citi-
zens. One way is if we get
continual input. We're hap-
py to have you here, even
though you have tough
questions."

Three clarifications
Three specific concerns
were addressed during
Thursday's meeting.
If the referendum
passes, the annual fire tax
for most single-family resi-
dences in the district will
rise $129.43 to about $220.
The fire tax would not jump
another $129.43 the follow-
ing year without another
referendum.
SThe district has not


TODAY

MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR.. HOLIDAY
SCHEDULE: Carver-Hill
Memorial & Historical Soci-
ety and the Concerned Citi-
zens Group of Crestviewwill
host the following events:
Today 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
Okaloosa County Court-
house square, with guest
speaker, Charles Baugh,
Crestview councilman.
For details on any of
these events, contact Sis.
Fern Benbow at 682-6764,
Rev. Sanford Hayes at
(850) 621-4187, Dea. Willie
Hutchinson at 682-4067, or
Sis. Catherine Dortch at
682-6287.
DINNER FUNDRAIS-
ER: Crestview's Knights
of Columbus will host a
Charity Flmdraising Din-
ner today from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. at the Knight's Hall on
U.S. Highway 90.
Dinner offerings are
spaghetti and meatballs or
shrimp boil. Take-outs are
also available.
The price: adults $7, pre-
teens $5, and pre-schoolers
are free.

NORTH OKALOOSA

GIRL SCOUT COOK-
IE SALES: continue
through March 22. Boxes
are $3.50 each.
A variety sampler is also
available for early orders. It
contains one box of each fla-
vor and can be purchased at
a discount of $2 off the price
of individual boxes. Sam-
plers must be ordered by
Feb. 9. Delivery and booth
sales begin March 6.
Details: (850) 434-1333
or (800) 624-3951.
WALKER ELEMEN-
TARY SCHEDULE: Walk-
er Elementary announces
the following key dates:
Jan. 19 Martin Lu-
ther King Jr. Holiday.
Jan. 20, 22, 28 and
29 Tutoring from 3:15 to
4:15 p.m.
Effective Jan. 20 -
The cost of breakfast and
lunch are now as follows:
student breakfast, $1.10.


paid any fees to place any
of the recent referendums
on the ballot. The district
did purchase advertise-
ments to promote its cause
during the 2008 elections.
The district says it will not
spend funds for advertising
in advance of the March 10
election.
The district had voted
to prepare a survey.asking
district residents how the
department should pro-
ceed. Commissioner Sam
.Anderson said a draft of
the survey has been com-
pleted and the survey will
take place.

There are countless sto-
ries that could be written
about the North Okaloosa
Fire District funding saga.
News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright discusses some
of them in his "Passing
Shots" blog at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Lunch $2.10. Adult lunch $3.
Reduced breakfast 30 cents,
reduced lunch 40 cents. You
can now view and add mon-
ey to your child's school
lunch account via the Inter-
net at https://www.school-
paymentsolutions.com.
Jan. 22 Honors As-
sembly for kindergarten at
8:50 a.m., first grade at 9:30
a.m. and second grade at 1
p.m.
i Jan. 23 Honors As-
sembly for fifth .grade at
8:50 a.m., fourth grade at
12:50 p.m., and third grade
at 1:45 p.m.
Jan. 28 report
cards to go home.
Jan. 29 Open House
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Visit
your child's classroom to
see what's new.
Details: www.okaloosa.
kl2.fl.us/walker.
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Classes will begin Mon-
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Saturday, January 17,


2009


Education


Crestview News Bulletin'l 5


Thigpen saw two sides


to book controversy


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
A south county parent's
attempt to have "The Kite
Runner," Khaled Hosse-
ini's critically acclaimed,
often poignant, often bru-
tal novel of growing up in
Taliban-ruled Afghanistan,
removed from the school
advanced placement read-
ing list was a hot topic at
the recent school board
meeting.
"We had a little
controversy about
the book, but most
of, it was discussed
at a workshop,"
said Cathy Thigpen,
north county board
member.
Due to a family.
medical emergency, THI
Thigpen was unable
to attend the workshop but
said, "I can see all sides, re-
ally."
Ultimately, after receiv-
ing input from parents,
teachers, principals and
students, it was agreed the
book was too important to
remove from the curricu-
lum. It also was agreed that
students who objected to its
content could select anoth-
er book to read in its place.

Other business
SThe big topic is con-
tinuing budget cuts. A dif-
ficult process has gotten
even tougher as previously
adopted budgets are being
slashed midway through
the school year.
"We are waiting to hear
how much more will be cut
from the budget," Thigpen
said. "We're just watching
what happens in Tallahas-
see. We were spared the
first go-around. The cuts
weren't as deep as we'd
feared, but we might be hit


BOARD

UPDATE

with another 2- to 3-percent
cut."
There is one bright spot,
if it could be called that.
"Cuts are across the
board, and that is the only
good way to look at it,"
Thigpen said with resigna-
tion. "It's not just
Okaloosa County
and not just educa-
tion. It's time for
tough decisions to
be made. We're at
bare bones in some
areas, but we've got
to dig even deeper."
GPEN Like other educa-
tors, Thigpen fears
the next round of
cuts could affect personnel.
"It's kind of a mixed sig-
nal because you don't Want
to lay people off, but when
there's no money to pay
them, you're kind of stuck,"
she said.
The school board is
considering the calendar
for the 2009-10 school year.
The last meeting will be
at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 3 at the An-
tioch Elementary School
Media Center.
The board also is pre-
paring to honor the coun-
ty's most outstanding edu-
cators.
"We're getting ready to
select the county teacher
of the year based on portfo-
lios that have been sent in,"
Thigpen said.
The teacher of the year
banquet will be in February.
"School Board Report"
appears in the News Bul-
letinfollowing meetings
of the Okaloosa County
School Board.


NORTH COUNTY

TEACHERS

OF THE YEAR

These outstanding
educators were
nominated by their
peers as teachers
of the year f6ortheir
*respective schools:

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Elementary
'Belinda Small
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Bob Sikes
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Heather Bridgqs

Crestview High
Ella Shaw'

Davidson Middle
Carol Parham

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l Cena Steele


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CynthiaKing

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Laurel Hill School has
announced the selection
of its teacher and non-in-
structional support person
of the year. The honorees
are selected by their peers.
Lena Steele was select-
ed as teacher of the year.
She has been a teacher at
LHS since 2000 and teach-
es secondary math.
Steele's contribution
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ematics.
"She teaches enrich-
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san Lowrey-Sexton said.
"She does a little bit of
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The big thing is she's our
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She just does an awesome
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It's not the first time
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year in 2003 and 2004.
"It's quite a distinction
that she's been recognized
by her peers again," Low-
rey-Sexton said proudly.
"She's a graduate of
Laurel Hill School, and
that's something we're
most proud of," Lowrey-
Sexton added. "She always
does us proud. Everyone
knows if Lena's hand is go-
ing to be put to it, it's going
to be excellent."

Dubose top
support person
Laurel Hill's non-in-
structional support person
of the year is Jeanise Du-


LAUREL HILL SCHOOL I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill School's Teacher of the Year, Lena Steele,
works one-on-one with one of her students.


Jeanise Dubose, seen reading to some of Laurel Hill
School's pre-K students, was named Non-Instructional
Support Person of the Year.

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Sadler signed a con-
-tract extension with
GEM through 2010.
"We had some dif-
ferences; we're a
family," GEM CEO
Tom Reddin told
SMRN Radio last
SFriday. "We love
Elliott. We got everythi
resolved. We were togetl
S[Thursday], talking, and
Donee"
Although A
S Allniendinger's busing
manager said last month ti
Sthe former Red Bull dri
was close to inking a n
deal to take over the No.
car, GEM officials had,
publicly announced Sadl
departure or a replaceme


ARCA losin
Re/Max Internatiom
will end its title sponsors
of the ARCA Series follo
ing the 2009 season.
The real estate compa
on Wednesday cited the ec
nomic crisis as its reason
ending a relationship
began in 2001. Re/Max w
reduce its sponsorship rc
in the series to presenti
sponsor beginning in 201(
"In business, we are
called upon to make diffic
decisions, and the decisi
to reduce our role fro
series title sponsor to pr
senting sponsor has be
very, very difficult to say t
least," said Randy Mor
vice president of Re/M
International. -
"Economic condition
continue to present ch


ill stay in 19
ive Allmendinger drove GEM's
am No. 10 car for the final five
Ige races of the 2008 season,
posting.a top finish of 11th.
ssi- The news came on the
the same day that Gillett
old Evemham Motorsports and
uld Petty Holdings announced an
agreement in princi-
ple to form a new
Cup team.
NASCAR.COM's
David Caraviello
reported a change to
the team name,
which will reflect
Petty's, will come at
a later date.
The team has four
Sadler cars: The Nos. 9, 19
and 43 all finished in
ng the top 35 in owner points
her last season and are guaran-
it's teed a starting position in the
first five races of 2009.
.J. The No. 10 car finished
ess 37th in owner points.
hat A team release said, "The
ver new team plans to run a
ew fourth Dodge in eight races
19 in the 2009 season including
not the Budweiser Shootout with
:r's additional races. contingent
;nt. on sponsorship."


g title sponsor
nal lenges to all segments of the
hip business community, and
w- especially those in the real
estate industry," ARCA pres-
ny ident Ron Drager said. "The
:o- challenge Re/Max faces led
for them to inform us of their
it need to address a change in
rill our relationship."
ole The ARCA Series is a
ng second-tier league that,
0. while not associated with
all NASCAR, often runs as a
ult companion race to the Cup
on Series.
oim It's season-opening race
re- is held in conjunction with
en the Daytona 500, and sever-
:te al open-wheel stars have
se; competed in ARCA events
:ax to get comfortable with
stock cars. ARCA began
ns crowning a champion in
al- 1953.


ROY Smith finds a ride for 09


Smith crossed the finish
line first, but NASCAR
demoted him to 18th place
for passing Tony Stewart on
the final lap below
the yellow "out-of-
bounds" line that
separates the racing
surface from the
apron. NASCAR
declared Stewart the
winner.
Smith's best offi-
cial finish last year
was 14th at
Martinsville in Sn
March and at Bristol
in August. He competed in
34 of 36 races in the No. 01
Dale Earnhardt Inc.
Chevrolet, having surren-
dered his seat to road-course
ace Ron Fellows at Infineon


and Watkins Glen. Smith fin-
ished every race he started,
the first time a Cup rookie
has accomplished that feat.
Regan Smith will
compete in 12 races
for Colorado-based
Furniture Row
Racing in 2009, start-
ing with the season-
opening Daytona
500, the team
an no un c e d
Wednesday.
Smith edged Sam
nith Hornish Jr. for 2008
Raybestos Rookie of
the Year honors in
NASCAR's Sprint Cup
Series, but he gained more
recognition for his contro-
versial finish at Talladega
Superspeedway on Oct. 5.


Scott Speed to drive for Waltrip


The Nationwide schedule
for MWR's No. 99 Toyota
proves again the cooperative
spirit throughout the Toyota
camp, as Waltrip said he'll
split most of the schedule
with Red Bull Racing new-
comer Scott Speed.
"I'll do the majority of the
races along with Scott, and
when I drive. Aaron's or


Best Western will be on the
car and when Scott's in it,
it'll be a Red Bull car,"
Waltrip said. "We've got two
or three [of the 35] races that
are unsponsored at this
time."
There was no mention of
David Reutimann doing any
Nationwide races despite his
seventh-place finish in the


Ryan ,Newman (right) stands with a representative of the U.S. Army and his nev team owner and boss Tony
Stewart as they unveil the U.S. Army as the sponor of Newman, who will pilot the second car for Stewart-Hass
Racing this season. Ironically, it was Newman who edged Stewart at the finish line to claim last year's Daytona
500.



NASCAR's new recruit


The competition might need saving from this Private Ryan


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com

Ryan Newman edged
Tony Stewart to win the
Daytona 500 last season.
Ironically, the pair now
share a relationship of boss
and employee.
Newman, who has driven
his entire career with Penske
Racing, will be driving- a
Chevy Impala SS for
Stewart-Hass Racing, in
2009.
Would there be any orders
if it comes down to the two
Indiana natives for the final
lap of the, 2009 Daytona
500?
"Well, if we had to do the
same thing last year and
replay it, I would anticipate
Tony pulling up in front of
my line and I would push
Tony ahead, knowing that I
would be his teammate,"
said Newman. "Either way,
Tony knows I am a racer and
I know he is a racer, and
we'll race until the end, but
we'll not sacrifice each oth-
ers performance to do that.
That is the most important
thing."
Now that Newman has left
the Dodge camp and is driv-
ing a Chevy, what are his.
chances of defending- his
title?
"I am confident coming
out of the box that we'll be a
-contender at the Daytona
500," said Newman. "I feel
that there's going to be some
things that we'll have to
'learn, but I think as a group,
with our team, with the U.S.
Army Chevrolet, the people
that we have with Tony
Gibson and his group that
came over from DEI and all
the other people that were
there from Hass Racing that
we'll be competitive.
"Secondly, goal wise our
goal is for both cars to make
it into the chase. Once we're
in the Chase, we'll determine
how much of a contender we
are for the championship."
But Newman is not ready
just yet to relinquish his


Ryan Newman might have been all smiles after winning the Daytona 500 to start
the season. But after that win, things went down hill quickly for the South Bend,
Ind,, driver who will now drive for friend and fellow racer Tony Stewart.


Daytona title.
"I wish the year hadn't passed already
because it was pretty cool," said Newman.
"I'm ready to defend it but I'm not sure I
iant to give up the title because I've got a 1
in 43 chance of doing that."
Now that you are sponsored by the U.S.
Army, what have you done to interact with


your new sponsor?
"I went to Ft. Bragg with some of the
members of the team," said Newman. "That
was really a treat. It was a lot of fun, shot
some guns, and did some simulation things.
"To be the driver for the U.S. Army
Chevrolet is an honor for me, and to see some
of their technology and safety is pretty neat."


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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
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title to
the following property in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida:


NOT KNOWN TO BE Americans with Disabili- fendants, if either has re-
has been filed against DEAD OR ALIVEt,es Act, personswithdis- mrried, and if said De- Clerk of the Circuit Court
you in the Circuit Court in WHETHER SAID UN- abilities needing special fendants are deceased, By: Kim Bouhall
the First Judicial Circuit in KNOWN PARTIES accommodation to partic- their respective unknown Deputy Clerk
and for Okaloosa MAY CLAIM AN IN- ipate in this proceeding heirs, devisees, grantees,
County, Florida and you TEREST AS SPOUSE, should contact Court Ad- assignees, creditors 01/10/09
are required to serve a HEIRS DEVISEES ministration at 101 James lienors, and trustees, and 01/17/09
copy of your written de- GRANTEES, .O Lee Boulevard East, Crest- other person claiming by,
fenses if any to: OTHER CLAIMANTS view FL, 32536-3515 through, under, or
telephone number (8501 against said Defendants-
JASON R. MOULTON LAST KNOWN AD- 68-5000, Extension and the aforementioned gal #
Attorney for Plaintiff DRESS: UNKNOWN 7497, prior to the pro- named Defendants and Legal# 100484
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. ceedin or Shalimar such of the aforemen- I TH T
Crestview, FI 32536 CURRENT ADDRESS: (850) 51-7497 tioned unknown Defend- CO T IN AND FOR
UNKNOWN ants as may be infants, OKALOOSA
on or before January 29, IMPORTANT incompetens, or other- OKALOUNTYFLORIDA
2009 and file the origi- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that wise not sui juris. PROBATE DIVISION
nal with the Clerk of this an action to foreclose a In accordance 'with the FILE NO.
Court at the Okaloosa mortgage on the follow- Americans with Disabili- at: 304 PALM COURT F O
S.-... k, t "^- tk...........- v in ; A Art ....... :. ;tk VA-YACHOT (C IIIR PC F T :08-CP-1380


LUU l1Y ^.U l IIIUUVlll
Crestview, 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-
tion.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
By:Edna Hoke
01/03/08
01/10/08
01/17/09
01/24/09


Legal# 100480
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CMIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-006048
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS E. ROUAN, JR
et al
befendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
ANDREA D. ROUAN
LAST KNOWN AD-
nDCSScAAI1 A ntinr


At the Northwest corner Road
of the Southwest quarter Crestview Fl
of the Northwest quarter 325365251
of the Northwest quarter.
Section 17, Township 1 CURRENT ADDRESS:
South, Range 22 West, UNKNOWN
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida; thence run South ANY AND ALL UN-
104.35 feet to a point of KNOWN PARTIES
Beginning; thence East CLAIMING BY,
60 feet to West side of THROUGH, UNDER
road; thence South AND AGAINST THE
104.35 feet; thence HEREIN NAMED IN-
West 60 feet- thence DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
North 104.35 feettothe ANT(S) WHO ARE
Point of Beginning.


in a:- poupey ,,,
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:


abilities nee
accommoda
a t in i


LOT 2, BLOCK C sould conto
RIVERCHASE PHASE ministration
I ACCORDING TO Eilin Porkw
HE PLAT THEREOF Fl, 32579
RECORDED IN PLAf number (85(
BOOK 17, PAGE 4, prior to the
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF 01/10/09
OKALOOSA 01/17/09
COUNTY, FLORIDA


has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
on or before February
19 2009, on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive Suite
300 Tampa,- Florida
3364 an file the origi-
nal with this Court either
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 or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 5 day of January,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDoanald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group PL.
P.O. Bx 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-
F08091142
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the


eding special
tion to partic-
s proceeding
act Court Ad-
at 1250 N.
ay, Shalimar,
; telephone
5) 651-7497,
proceeding.


WALTON BEACH FL
32548 OR 321 BREAM
AVENUE, UNIT 304,
FORT WALTON BEACH,
FL 32548.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Okaloosa
County, Florida:
UNIT 304, PALM YACHT
CLUB CONDOMINIUM,
A CONDOMINIUM AC-
CORDING TO THE DEC-


Legal # 100481 LARATION OF CONDO-
MINIUM THEREOF AS
IN CIRCUIT COURT IN RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
AND FOR RECORDS BOOK 2231
OKALOOSA PAGE 1305, OF THE
COUNTY FLORIDA PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CASE NO: OKALOOSA COUNTY,
2008-CA-001754-S FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH ALL OF ITS APPUR-
ATLANTIC NATIONAL TENANCES ACCORD-
TRUST, LLC ING TO THE DECLARA-
a Florida limited liability TION AND THE CON-
company, DOMINIUM ACT.
Plaintiff,
Property Address: 304
vs, ,PALM COURT YACHT
CLUB FORT WALTON
MICHAEL E. COUPE, if BEACH, FL 32548
livinand, if married,
"JA DOE" COUPE, his has been filed against
wife, if living, includin ou and you are required
any unknown spouse fo serve a copy of your
said Defendants, if either written defenses if any,
has remarried, and, if ei- to it on CHARLES A. BU-
ther or both of said De- FORD, ESQUIRE, Plain-
fendants are deceased, tiffs attorney, whose ad-
their respective unknown dress is P.O. Box 1368,
heirs, devisees, grantees, Clearwater, Florida
assignees, creditors 33757-1368, on or be-
lienors, and trustees, and fore February 2, 2009
all other persons claiming and file the orinal with
by through, under, or the Clerk of this Court
against the named De- wither before service on
fendants, JOHN DOE the Plaintff's attorney or
and JANE DOE; and all immediately thereafter.
other persons on posses- otherwise a default will
sion of subject real prop- be entered agaisnt you
erty, whose real names for the relief demanded
are uncertain, in the Complaint.
Defendants.
D WITESS, as Clerk of the
NOTICE OF ACTION Circuit of the Court, and
seal of said Court at the
TO: MICHAEL E. Courthouse at Crestivew,
COUPE if livinand, if Okaloosa Cbunty, Flor-
married, "JANE DOE' ida
COPUE, his wife, if liv-
ing, including any un- Dated December 22,
known spouse of said De- 2008


IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES V. SIGMON,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of CHARLES V.
SIGMON, deceased,
whose date of death was
October 31, 2008,
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida. Then
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,


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istration: January 17
2009.


JASON R. MOULTON
660 North Ferdon Boule-
vard, Suite A
Crestview, Florida
32536
850-689-1474
Florida Bar No.
0150126
Attorney for Petitioner
CHARLES L. SIGMON
226 Boiling Brook Circle
Pensacola, Florida
32503
01/17/09
01/24/09


Legal # 100491
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
FILE NUMBER
08-CP-0140 DM-
SION
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN
EDWARD GRIFFITH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of John Edward
Griffith, deceased File
Number 08-CP-1410, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. BOX
DRAWER 1359, CREST-
VIEW, FL 32536-1359.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative;s
attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's .estate, in-
cluding unmatured, con-
tinqent or unliauidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER 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
January 17, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SAMUEL M. PEEK
222 Government Street,
Suite D
Niceville, Florida 32578
850-678-1178
Florida Bar No.:
329010
Personal Representative:
Ralph Edward Griffith
460 Fairfield Drive
Madison, MS 39110
01/17/09
01/24/09


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decedent's estate on THE PUBLIC RECORDS TIES MAY CLAIMAN IN- WHO ARE NOT
IN THE CIRCUIT whom a copy of this no- OF OKALOOSA TEREST AS SPOUSE, KNOWN TO BE DEAD
COURT OF THE FIRST tice is required to be COUNTY, FLORIDA HEIRS DEVISEES OR ALIVE, WHETHER
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN served must file their has been filed against GRANTEES OR OTHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
AND FOR claims with this Court you and you are required CLAIMANTS TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
OKALOOSA WITHIN THE LATER to serve a copy of your TEREST AS SPOUSE,
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CASE NO. 09-CP-39 FIRST PUBLICATION 2009 on Florida Default CLAIMANTS
OF THIS NOTICE OR Law Group, P.L., CURRENT ADDRESS:
IN RE: The Estate of 30 DAYS AFTER THE Plaintiff's attorney, whose UNKNOWN LAST KNOWN AD-
WILLIAM ALBERT DATE OF SERVICE OF address is 9119 Corpo- DRESS: UNKNOWN
RORECH, JR. A COPY OF THIS NO- rate Lake Drive, Suite YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Deceased. TICE ON THEM. 300 Tampa, Florida an action to foreclose a CURRENT ADDRESS:
All other creditors of the 33634, and file the origi- mortgage on the follow- UNKNOWN
NOTICE TO CREDI- decedent and other per- nal with this Court either in property in
TORS sons having claims or de- before service on OKALOOSA County, YOU ARE NOTIFIED
mands against Plaintiff's attorney or im- Florida: that
THE ADMINISTRATION decedent's estate must mediately thereafter; oth- LOT 10 BLOCK A, an action to foreclose a
of the estate of WILLIAM file their claims with this erwise a default will be JERNIGAN SUBDIVI- mortgage on the follow-
ALBERT RORECH, JR de- Court WITHIN 3 entered against you for SION ACCORDING TO in ropert in
-cdased, whose date of MONTHS AFTER THE the relief demanded in THE r LAT THEREOF IN OKALd OSA County,
death was December 30 DATE OF THE FIRST the Complaint or peti- FILE IN PLAT BOOK 2, Florida:
2008 is pending in the PUBLICATION OF tion. PAGE 69 IN THE OF- THE NORTHWESTERLY
Circuit Court of aloosa THIS NOTICE. ALL This notice shall be pub- FICE OF THE CLERK OF ONE-HALF OF THE FOL-
County Probate Division, CLAIMS NOT FILED lished once each week THE CIRCUIT COURT LOWING DESCRIBED
Okaloosa County Court- WITHIN THE TIME PE- for two consecutive OKALOOSA COUNTY PROPERTY TO-WIT:
house, 101 James Lee RIODS SET FORTH IN weeks in the Crestview FLORIDA BEGIN AT THE NORTH
Boulevard East, Suite SECTION 733.702 OF News Bulletin. has been filed against CORNER OF LOT 66,
210 Crestview, Florida THE FLORIDA PRO- WITNESS my hand and you and you are required BLOCK 15 ARMES SUR-
32536. The names and BATE CODE WILL BE the seal of this Court on fo serve a copy of your VEY OF TI-E TOWN OF
addresses of the personal FOREVER' BARRED. this 14 day of January, written, defenses if any, CRESTVIEW ACCORD-
representatives and the NOTWITHSTANDING 2009. on or before February ING TO PLAT THEREOF
personal representative's THE TIME PERIODS 27, 2009 on Florida De AS RECORDED IN PLAT
attorney are set forth be- SET FORTH ABOVE, Don W. Howard fault Law Group, PL., BOOK 1 PAGE 72 IN
low. ANY CLAIM FILED Clerk of the Court Plaintiff's attorney, whose THE OFFICE OF .THE
Ail creditors of the dece- TWO (2) YEARS OR By: Beth McDonald address is 9119 Corpo- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
dent and other persons MORE AFTER THE As Deputy Clerk rate Lake Drive Suite COURT OKALOOSA
having claims or de- DECEDENT'S DATE OF 300 Tampa, .lorida COUNTY, FLORIDA;
mands against DEATH IS BARRED. Florida Default Law 33634, and filethe origi- THENCE GO IN A
decedent's estate, on The date of the first publi- Group, P.L. nal with this Court either SOUTHEASTERLY DIREC-
whom a copy of this no- cation of this Notice is P.O ox 25018 before service on TION TO THE EAST
tice is required to be January 17, 2009. Tampa, Florida Plaintiff's attorney or im- CORNER OF SAID LOT
served must file their 3362-5018 mediately thereafter; oth- 66; THENCE RUN IN A
claims with this court Attorney for Personal erwise a default will be SOUTHWESTERLY DI-
WITHIN THE LATER Representative: Kenneth IMPORTANT entered against you for RECTION ALONG SAID
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER R. Misemer Florida Bar In accordance with the the relief demanded in LOT LINE A DISTANCE
THE TIME OF THE No. 157234 ALLGOOD Americans with Disabili- the 13 day of January, OF 50 FEET; THENCE
FIRST PUBLICATION & MISEMER, P.A. 5645 tiesAct, persons with dis- 2009. RUN IN A NORTH-
OF THIS NOTICE OR Nebraska Avenue New abilities needing special W .E S T -
30 DAYS AFTER THE Port Richey, FL 34652 accommodation to partic- Don W Howard ERLY DIRECTION A DIS-
DATE OF SERVICE OF T e I e ipate in this proceeding Clerk of the Court TANCE OF 140 FEET
A COPY OF THIS NO- phone:(727)848-2593 should contact Court Ad- By: Anita Cantrail MORE OR LESS, TO THE
TICE ON THEM. ministration at 101 James As Deputy Clerk NORTH LOT LINE OF
All other creditors of the Personal Representative: Lee Boulevard East, Crest- SAID LOT 66; THENCE
decedent and other per- H. Loretta Bullinqton 42 view, FL, 32536-3515; Florida Default Law RUN IN A N6RTHEAST-
sons who have claims or Hemlock Drive NW. Fort telephone number (850 Group, P.L. ERLY DIRECTION TO
demands against the Walton Beach, FL 689-5000, Extension P.O. Box 25018 THE NORTH CORNER
decedent's estate, must 32548 7497, prior to the pro- Tampa, Florida OF SAID LOT 66 AND
file their claims with this ceeding. or Shalimar 33622-5018 THE POINT OF
court WITHIN 3 01/17/2009 (850) 651-7497 B E G I N N -
MONTHS AFTER THE 01/24/2009 IMPORTANT ING
DATE OF THE FIRST IMPORTANT In accordance with the has been filed against
'PUBLICATION OF In accordance with the Americans with Disabili- you and you are
THIS NOTICE. LEGAL#120153 Americans with Disabili- ties Act, persons with dis- r e q u i r e d
ALL CLAIMS NOT ties Act, persons with dis- abilities needing special to serve a copy of your
FILED WITHIN THE abilities needing special accommodation to partic- written defenses, if any,
TIME PERIODS SET IN THE CIRCUIT accommodation to partic-. ipate in this proceeding on or before March 2
FORTH IN SECTION COURT OF THE FIRST ipate in this proceeding should contact Court Ad- 2009 on Florida Default
733.702 OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT should contact Court Ad- ministration at 101 James Law Group, P.L.,
FLORIDA PROBATE IN AND FOR ministration at 1250 N. Lee Boulevard East, Crest- Plaintiff's attorney,
CODE WILL BE FOR- OKALOOSA Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, view FL, 32536-3515- w h o s e
EVER BARRED. COUNTY FLORIDA 32579- telephone telephone number (850) address is 9119 Corpo-
NOTWITHSTANDING CIVIL ACTION CASE number (85) 651-7497, 689-5000, Extension rate Lake Drive Suite
THE TIME PERIODS NO.:46-2008-CA-00 prior to the proceeding. 7497, prior to the pro- 300 Tampa, Florida
SET FORTH ABOVE, 60 ceeding. or Shalimar 33634, and file the
ANY CLAIM FILED 64 DMSION: FILE 01/17/2009 (850) 651-7497 o r i g i -
TWO (2) YEARS OR NO:F08093953 01/24/2009 nal with this Court either
MORE AFTER THE IMPORTANT before service on
DECEDENT'S DATE OF CHASE HOME FI- In accordance with the Plaintiff's attorney or im-
DEATH IS BARRED. NANCE LLC SUCCES- Americans with Disabili- mediately thereafter; oth-
The date of the first publi- SOR BY MERGER TO LEGAL#120154 ties Act, persons with dis- erwise a default will be
cation of this Notice is CHASE MANHATTAN abilities needing special entered against you for
January 17, 2009. MORTGAGE CORPORA- accommodation to partic- the relief demanded in
TIOilbintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT ipate in this proceeding the Complaint or peti-
WILLIAM ALBERT Paintiff, COURT OF THE FIRST should contact Court Ad tion.
RORECH III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ministration at 1250 N. This notice shall be pub-
Personal epresentative vs. IN AND FOR Elin Parkway, Shalimar, lished once each week
epre e OKALOOSA FE, 32579- telephone for two consecutive
C. Thomas Holland RICHARD A.KREBSJR COUNTY FLORIDA number (850) 651-7497, weeks in the Crestview
Attorney for Personal et al, CIVIL ACION CASE prior to the proceeding. News Bulletin.
Representative 596 Defendant(s). NO.:46-2008-CA-00 WITNESS my hand and
North Ferdon Boulevard 60 01/17/2009 the seal of this Court on
Crestview, FL 32536 NOTICE OF ACTION 03DIVISION: FILE 01/24/2009 this 14 day of January,
(850)682-6211/Fax NO:F08092380 2009.
682-6822 FL Bar No. TO: RICHARD A KREBS,
0147404 JR. LAST KNOWN AD- WELLS FARGO
DRESS: 602 Colonial BANK N.A AS LEGAL#120155 Don W. Howard
01/17/2009 Drive Fort Walton Beach TRUSTEE UNDER THE Clerk of the Court
01/24/2009 Fl 325470000 POOLING AND By:Beth McDonald
SERVICING AGREE- IN THE CIRCUIT As Deputy Clerk
CURREETAADDRESS: MENT RELATING TO COURT.OF THE FIRST
LEGAL#120152 UNKNOWN IMPAC SECURED AS- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida Default Law
SETS CORPORATION IN AND FOR Grou, P.L.
IN THE CIRCUIT ANY AND ALL UN- MO R T GA G OKALOOSA P.O. Box25018
COURT FOR KNOWN PARTIES PASS-THROUGH CER- COUNTY FLORIDA Tampa, Florida
OKALOOSA CLAIMING BY TIFICATES, SERIES CML ACTION CASE 33622-5018
COUNTY, FLORIDA THROUGH UNDER' 2005-2, NO.:46-2008-CA-18
PROBATE DIVISION AND AGAINST THE Plaintiff, 75C DIVISION: FILE IMPORTANT
FILE NO.08CP1455 HEREIN NAMED INDI NO:F08025146
VIDUAL DEFENDANTIS vs. In accordance with the
IN RE: ESTATE OF WHO ARE NOT WELLS FARGO BANK, Americans with Disabili-
SHELLY DERAE ALLEY KNOWN TO BE DEAD CHEYNEY STREET, et NA, ties Act, persons with dis-
F/K/A SHELLY D. OR ALIVE WHETHER al, Plaintiff, abilities needing special
SPICER, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- Defendant(s). accommodation to par-
Deceased. TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- vs. t i c -
TEREST AS SPOUSE ipate in this proceeding
NOTICE TO CREDI- HEIRS DEVISEES' NOTICE OF ACTION GARY P. PHILLIPS et al, should contact Court Ad-
TORS GRANTEES OR OTHER Defendant(s). ministration at 101
S CLAIMANTS TO: J a m e s
The administration of the CHEYNEY STREET Lee Boulevard East,
estate of SHELLY DERAE LAST KNOWN AD- LAST KNOWN AD- NOTICE OF ACTION C r e s t -
ALLEY F/K/A SHELLY D. DRESS: UNKNOWN DRESS: 1110 E view FL, 32536-3515;
SPICER, deceased File COZZA DRIVE APART- TO: telephone number (850)
Number 08CP1455, is CURRENT ADDRESS: MENT 362 SPOKANE, KIMBERLY PHILLIPS 689-5000, Extension
pending in the Circuit UNKNOWN WA 99208-2653 LAST KNOWN AD- 7497, prior to the pro-
Court for Okaloosa DRESS: 210 DEXTER ceedinq. or Shalimar
County, Florida, Probate YOU ARE NOTIFIED that CURRENT ADDRESS: COURT (850) 651-7497
Division, the address of an action to foreclose a UNKNOWN HEWYTOWN, AL
which is 101 E. James mortgage on the follow- 32023 IMPORTANT
Lee Blvd Crestview, FLno g ANY AND ALL UN-
32536. The names.and OALOS tyCounty KNOWN PARTIES CURRENT ADDRESS: In accordance with the
addresses of the personal Florida: ty CLAIMING BY, UNKNOWN Americans with Disabili-
representative and the THROUGH UNDER ties Act, persons with dis-
personal representative's LOT 30, BLOCK 1 AND AGAINST THE ANY AND ALL UN- abilities needing special
attorney are set forth be- THIRD ADDITON Td HEREIN NAMED INDI- KNOWN PARTIES accommodation to par-
low. COUNTRYVIEW ES- VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) CLAIMING BY, t i c
All creditors of the dece TATES ACCORDING TO WHO ARE NOT THROUGH, UNDER ipate in this proceeding
dent and other persons THE PLAT THEREOF AS KNOWN TO BE DEAD AND AGAINST THE should contactCourtAd-
having claims or de- RECORDED IN PLAT OR ALIVE, WHETHER HEREIN NAMED INDI, ministration at 1250 N.




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6100 Business/
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6110 Apartmaenls
6120 Beach Rentals
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6140 House Rontals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Homo/Lol
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
610 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


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Southgate office complex close
to shopping and schools. $750.
mo.+$750dd. Available Nov.
Isl. 683-3939
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2ba condo. Pefs wel-
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dep. 259-4055


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ba MH,,must seel. No
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Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
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nice lot. Call (850
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map, $600 DD, .pets ok
wit addition eposit, 7160
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Crestview- Best Deal in 8330 Campers & Trailers
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C'view-2BR/1BA refrig- 8110 S
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.News

& NOTES

SCHEUDLE
Today
SHigh school
wrestling
Crestview hosts Florida
Panhandle Championships,
9:30 a.m.

Monday
High school
girls basketball
Paxton, at Crestview, JV
5 p.m.,V 6:30 p.m.

High school
girls soccer
Crestview vs. TBA,
SDistrict 1-5A tournament
Quarterfinals

Tuesday
-High school
boys basketball
Crestview at Niceville,
JV 6 p.m., V 7:15 p.m.
Baker at Pensacola
Christian, JV 5 p.m., V
7:30 p.rr.
Laurel Hill pt Escambia
Charter, V only 6:30 p.m.

High school
girls basketball
Baker at Pensacola
SChristian, V only 6 p.m.
S.L. Jones at Laurel Hill,
JV 6 p..m., V7:15 p.m.

Middle school
basketball
Pryor at Davidson, Girls
5 p.m./Boys 6:30 p.m.
Destin at Richbourg, Girls
5 p.m./Boys 6:30 p.m.

Middle school soccer
Richbourg atBruner,
Girls 5 p.m./Boys
S6:15 p.m.
Davidson at Lewis,
Girls 5 p.m./Boys
6:15 p.m.

BRIEFS
City of Crestview
baseball/softball
The city of Crestview
Parks and Recreation
baseball and softball
registration is scheduled
throughoutJanuary at
Twin Hills Park, 100 N.
Hathaway St. Leagues are
for youth ages 5 to 15,
based on age as of May
S1. Registration hours are
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on week-
days and 8 a.m. to
2.p.m. Jan. 24.
Registration cost is $60 '
($65 outside city limits).,
Fee covers cost of hat,
shirt.and pants the players
will keep at the end of the
season. New registrants
are welcome arid should.
bring a copy of the child's
birth certificate and proof
of insurance. All games
are played at Durell Lee
Park at 1850 E. First Ave.
in Crestview.
The department is
gauging the interest level
for a girls softball league
for ages 13-15. Parents
with girls ages 1,3-15 .
who would be interested
in a Crestview Parks and
Recreation softball league
should contact the park.

Cheer and dance
showcase
Crestview High School
and Davidson Middle
School will host the sec-
ond Cheer and Dance
Showcase from 6 to
9 p.m. Monday at
Davidson Middle School.
Squads from Crestview
High School, Davidson
Middle School, Baker,
Cheer Zone, Tippy Toes
and Triple Threat will show-
case local talent. Admission
is $3. Concessions will be
available.

Laurel Hill spring
sports registration
The city of Laurel Hill's
t-ball, baseball, and'
softball season starts in
M. arch. Registration is
$25. Sign up now at City
Hall or call 652-4441 for
More information.


www. crestviewbulletin. com


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
These current members of the Crestview High School girls soccer prograrr also played for the 2007-08
Dawgs team that recently received the NSCAA/Adidas Girls Academic Award.










CHS girls soccer recognized for academic excellence


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


"You can'tplay
on the team


The Crestview girls soccer program
has been in a rebuilding mode on the field U7
the past few years, but it hasn't taken the g r/d
Lady Dawgs long to move to the front of
the class academically. emaOUgh
The team has been recognized as one
of'10 in Florida to receive the 2007-08 Na- ofJ ard
tional Soccer Coaches of America/Adidas ge
Girls Academic Awaid. WCege
This marked the second consecutive
year the Bulldogs, who posted a team Aly I
GPA of 3.51, have been recognized for aca- Cresview gi
demic excellence.
The school submits the team academic
GPA to the NSCAA, which selects the top
qualifiers for the award.
Kimberly Johnston, a 2008 graduate, had the highest
GPA on the 2007-08 squad with a 4.43. Her teammates
were Katherin Russell, Shannon Missler, Shayne Fajar-
do, Krisdon Jones, Mary Masterson, Ashley Osborn, Vic-
toria May, Erin Donovan, Aly Altonen, Heather Douglas,
Emily Rhoden, Brittany Bonilla and Lindsey Lanning.
"I think it says a lot for these athletes that they know
academics and athletics go hand-in-hand," CHS Princi-
Spal Ed Coleman said. "To lo6k at the (grade point) aver-
age is tremendous.
"I'm not only proud of the girls for what they do in the
classroom, but the athletic field, as well. It shows they
pay the price on the classroom and on the field."
Third-year coach Carlos Bonilla is rightfully proud of
what his girls have accomplished.
"I would think that even if I was one of the top teams
out there (record-wise), I'd-be feeling the same (pride),"
he said. "Even if they are going to play Division I (col-
lege), most of those Division I schools look at academ-
ics."


;s your
are good
. It's a lot
work, but
it done."

Altonen
rls soccer team


Bonilla points out even the best play-
ers sometime suffer career-ending in-
juries, so it's important to have a good
education when one's athletic career
comes to an end.
The players see Bonilla doesn't just
give lip service to academics.
If Bonilla sees a player falling behind
in the classroom, he works with her to
make sure she gets the tutoring and
help she needs.
"Coach gives us study time," Dono-
vaft said. "Sometimes we have split
practices so we have time to get our
work done."
The players also know without the
grades, they won't get to enjoy the sport
they love.


"You can't play on the team unless your grades are
good enough," Altonen said. "It's a lot of hard work, but
we get it done."
Bonilla has stressed the importance of making the
grades in the classroom ever since his arrival.
"We wanted to win games, yes, bit without academ-
ics, they wouldn't be able to. be a part of the team," he
said. "Sports are an extension of the classroom.
"If you don't have the academics, why should you be
allowed to play any sport? That's the way I look at it.
They know it, and I don't have to enforce it as much."
The coach's daughter, Brittany Bonilla, summed up
what the academic award means to the team.
"Ithink it says a lot about the program," she said. "We
are kind of an elite team because we are good with our
studies and on the soccer field."

How are the Dawgs doing on the field this season?
Visit our online Crestview sports reference page at
www.crestviewbulletin.com for game-by-game recaps,
statistics and district records.


Youngsters hoop it up at Elks contest


Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview Elks' Lodge #2624
held its annual Hoop Shoot Jan. 11.
The local winners -- Tierra Reed,
Kristen Perez, Samantha Magouirk,
Ben Perez, Stephen Reed and Cody
Perez are eligible to compete at
the district competition in their re-
spective divisions. Each champion
will represent Crestview against
winners from other lodges from Pen-
sacola to Panama City. The district
contest will be held at the Hendricks
Sports Complex on Jet Drive in Fort
Walton Beach at 11 a.m. Jan. 31.
A district win results in a berth in
the Florida regional event in Lake
City next month. Winners then can
advance to the state, sub-regional
and national levels. The national com-
petition is held at the Basketball Hall
of Fame in Springfield, Mass., where
national champions are enshrined.
The Crestview Elks would like to
thank all the participants, the Crest-
view Parks and Recreation Deptart-
ment and the Crestview News Bul-


The winners in the Cresiview Elks' Lodge #2624 2009 Hoop Shoot
cooled down from their hot shooting by taking time for a group photo.
In front from left are Tierra Reed (8-9 girls winner), Kristen Perez (10-11
girls winner), Samantha Magouirk (12-13 girls winner), Ben Perez (12-
13 boys winner), Stephen Reed (10-11 boys winner) and Cody Perez
(8-9 boys winner). In back is Hoop Shoot Chairman Jason MacDonald.


letin for making this year's event a
success.


More information is available at
bpoe.org..


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GOLF TIPS
FROM THE'PRO

Make a

downwind

your friend

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Any golfer will tell
you the wind can wreak
havoc with any shot.
Whether hitting into a
headwind, crosswind or
tailwind, it helps to know
the right technique to get
the most out of a shot.
When thinking about
hitting in windy condi-
tions, we usually think
about hitting into the
wind. But in today's Golf
Tips from the Pro, Heri-
tage Plantation PGA
teaching pro Jeff Marks
talks about how to get the
maximum yardage. out
of a shot when you have
the wind at your back.

Normally we want to
take advantage of the
wind when hitting off of
the tee. So when hitting a
driver, you want to tee the
ball up slightly higher than
usual to take advantage of
the wind.
If the wind is at your
back, then you want to hit
it fairly high not a pop
up, but at a trajectory that
is getting up in the air and
taking advantage of that
situation. What you are
going to find is up in the
wind, a downwind will
take some of the RPMs off
the golf ball. When it hits
the ground it will bounce
forward, which is a good
thing to do.
(Conversely, if you are
hitting into the wind you
want to hit it low and hit it
under the wind so the op-
posite is true).
There are a lot of keys
to getting the ball up into
that tailwind.
No. 1 is your ball
position. It should be off
your front heel. That way
it's easy. to catch it on the
upswing and send the ball
nice and high.
We also want to get
our stance a little bit wider,
so we have a good foun-
dation and don't lose our
balance. I ike to be shoul-
der width'or slightly more
than shoulder width when
I'm hitting downwind.
Also, I like my hand
position even or slightly
behind the golf oall, which
promotes hitting up on it off
the tee.
The next point: You want
to take a nice, wide take-
away (on your swing). The
wider we get on our take-
away, the higher we are
going to hit the golf ball.
You want to take your
swing back nice and low
and take a big shoulder
swing getting into the target.
From there, we want to feel
we are shifting our weight,
pushing off our back foot
towards the target, swinging
with a slight upswing.
The last point: We
want to have a high fol-
low-through. If you watch
the guys on tour that bomb
it ... Someone like Rory
Sabbatini comes to mind.
'He's not a very big guy,
but he hits it a mile. If you
watcl his followv-through,
he finishes extremely high.
The higher you finish
down your target line, the
higher you will hit the golf
ball.

If you have a golf
questions for Jeff Marks,
e-mail it to News Bulle-
tin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com,
or mail them to: Randy
Dickson, 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536.


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