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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High
School principal Ed
Coleman's daughter, now
a college girl, lamented
that she had to take a
basic technology course
that covered the intrica-
cies of Microsoft Word.
At her dad's school,
it's something kids learn
their freshman year.
CHS's annnlieaion of


To learn more 'about
how clickers are used
in classroom's, visit the
Ohio State University
Web site, http://telr.
osu.edu/clickers/.

teacher can see that
number 3 is a question
that everybody's getting
wrong," he said. "Maybe
the teacher needs to pull
that question or reword
it."


technology to its cur- Developed in the
riculum does more than 1980s as amarket!n-'c
preparestudents to face to test audiences' reac-
the challenges beyond tions to TV commercials,
high school. the clicker has evolved
They also earned the into a useful educational
school's headmaster tool used in universities
recognition as a finalist throughout the country.
for the Florida Council "We're one of the few
of Instructional Technol- high schools that have
ogy L'eaders Innovative this technology," Cole-
Principal of the Year man said proudly.
distinction. Coleman Technology instruc-
was the only high school tion at CHS includes
principal to earn the dis- diverse programs such
tinction. as IT classes, Emory
"Here at CHS, there Riddle's aerospace
are an awful lot of good CHOICE program .fea-
things that teachers turing flight simulators,
and staff are floing with and CTI courses utiliz-
technology," Coleman ing crime scene data
said. "We have put more base systems.
LCD projectors in the "There are lots of
classroom. Every year programs that we have
we have purchased going on, so to say that
between ten and 20 to this honor is about me is
get our teachers where totally wrong," Coleman
they need to be in the stressed, "The honor
classroom, because is the recognition of all
students are constantly the good things going on
bombarded with tech- here at Crestview High
nology." School.
One innovation-is the "We have good teach-
introduction of "click- ers running these pro-
ers" in several CHS grams, good teamwork,
classrooms. Known as and good practices that
"classroom response work in the classroom.
systems," the handheld We've got to make it rele-
devices allow a student vant and we have to give
to provide faculty with it some rigor," Coleman
immediate feedback. said. "I think with the
"What we do with use of technology in the
these in the classroom, school, it's an easier way
is the teacher can be 'for the kids to learn."
doing instruction and As for his nomination
ask a question, and see for Innovative Principal
right away how much of oftheYear, "I'm honored.
the class understands it. I'm humbled to get this
The teacher can tell who opportunity to be a final-
hasn't answered," Cole- ist," Coleman said. "I'm
man explained. "During hoping for the school
a test, the teacher can and community that we
see how the kids are do- can be recognized."
ing."


As an example of
how this instantaneous
feedback is used, Cole-
man said, "in a test the


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7 think with the use of technology
in the school, it's an easier way
for the kids to learn."

Ed Coleman, principal,
Crestview High School
Finalist for statewide Innovative Principal of the Year


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Cadlle got his bachelor teysit," Cadleaid" in DC. was stunning. o INNOVATIVE FINALIST: Crestview High School
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from Louisiana State Uni thatit semsthe saler in the nation's capital s the other finalists for the Florida Council of
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Cheer and dance students


showcase their talents


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Many of the area's
cheer and dance squads
were in step Monday in the
Davidson Middle School
gymnasium.


Crestview High School
and Davidson Middle
School teamed up to pres-
ent the second Crestview
Cheer and Dance Show-
case.'
Attendees enjoyed 40
performances by local
cheer and dance students.
Squads from Crestview


Saturday, January 24, 2009


High School, Davidson
Middle School, Baker,
Cheer Zone, Triple Threat
and Tippy Toes were rep-
resented.

Visit www.crestview-
bulletin.com to see more
photos from Monday's
event.


PANTHERS AT REST: Davidson Middle School cheerleaders got to relax and enjoy
the show after performing early in the evening.


TIPPY TOES ELITE: The Tippy Toes Elite Line gathered around a couch at the start of
its "Call Me" performance.


SENIOR EXTREME: Tippy Toes Senior Extreme students danced to "101 Ways to
Lose a Man."


CHEER ZONE ROCKETS: Members of the-Cheer Zone PHOTOS BY KYLE WRIGHT I CrestviewNews Bulletin
Rockets support other.participants during the COOTIES:Triple Threat.students prepare for their
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Local LDS welcomes



prominent elder


Special to the News Bulletin who are prepared shall not
fear. Since the last depres-
The Church of Jesus sion, the church has ad-
hrist of Latter-day vised its members to have
saints welcomed a year's supply of,
member of the food, water, clothing
residency of the and some cash re-
eventy, Elder serves.
laudio R. M. Costa, He entertained
its Stake Confer- and inspired the
nce Jan. 17 and 18. overflow crowd with
he conference in- stories of his life as
uded a meeting in a church memberlin
restview. COSTA Brazil and the sac-
Costa, a native of rifices he was will-
razil, encouraged mem- ing to make to serve Jesus
ers to be optimistic in Christ. Over and over, he
iese hard economic times gave up lucrative positions
nd to follow counsel to in the business world to
ve within their means, be work for the Church Edu-
appy with less and give to cational System in Brazil.
ie poor and needy Costa was called as a
He emphasized those General Authority of the


church on March 31, 2001.
He has served as an insti-
tute and seminary teacher,
bishop's counselor, bishop,
stake high councilor, stake
president's counselor,
mission president and re-
gional representative. He
is married to Margareth
Fernandes Morgado. They
have four children and four
grandchildren.
During this conference,
the president of the church,
Thomas S. Monson, and
all the leadership, as well
as local church leaders,
were sustained- (affirrhed)
by members from Bak-
er, Crestview, DeFuniak
Springs, Paxton, Niceville,
Destin/Sandestin and Fort
Walton Beach..


Church BRIEFS


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

EVENTS
95TH CHURCH ANNI-
VERSARY: You are invited
to worship with the Leba-
non Baptist Church family
as they celebrate their 95th
anniversary at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday. Pastor George
Thomas of People's Mis-
sionary Baptist Church will
be guest speaker. Lebanon
is located at 1222 Washing-
ton Ave. in Baker.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: 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.
GOSPEL CHOIR
UNION CELEBRATION:
The 17th anniversary cel-
ebration of the Okaloosa
County Gospel Protestant
'Choirs Union is scheduled
Jan. 30 and 31 at Gregg
Chapel AVME Church on
Carson Street in Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
Revival service is at 6:30
p.m. Jan. 30, with the spo-
ken word by the Rev. Faye
Allen. The Gospel Choir


Union Choirs will be in con-
cert at 5 p.m. Jan. 31, with
special guest First Church
".of God in Christ of Crest-
view and Evangelist Linda
Cooper as mistress of cer-
emony Everyone is invited
to attend this celebration.
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 Rich-
ardson, USAF Chief of
Chaplains. Tickets are $3
for club members and $5
for non-members and can
be purchased from your
first sergeant. For more
information, please call the
chapel at 882-2111.
WOMEN'S RETREAT:
Koinonia (fellowship in
Greek) 2009 is planned
March 6-8 at The Majestic
Beach Resort in Panama
City, with a registration
deadline of Feb. 8.
This year's teaching
is based on John 8:36 and
focuses on God's truth as
intended to set His people
free. Details: Kay Reichel-
derfer at 654-9524 or Im-
manuel Anglican Church
at 837-6324. Brochures for
the event are available at
iacdestin.com.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contempo-
rary worship is at 9 a.m. at
the church, 5826 N. High-
way 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. Pre-
sented by Northwest Flori-
da Church of God, pastored
by Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The
Rite of Christian Initia-
tion of Adults is designed
for those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments of
Initiation, Baptism, Confir-
mation and Eucharist. This
formation process is the
church's approved,method
for individuals to become
members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are
held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7-9 p.m.
each Wednesday evening.
For more information,
please call Susan Huberty
at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offer-
ing a free Bible correspon-
dence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The
radio program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELA-
TIONS STUDY: Each
Sunday evening at 5 p.m.,
the Good Hope Congrega-
tional Church presents the
study of the Book of Rev-
elations. The Rev. Tommy
Coleman will be presenting
the study, and there will be
finger foods to follow every
Sunday evening. Anyone
interested, may join. Call
537-4307 for more informa-
tion.


Experience new




beginnings in Christ


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Several local pastors are given the
opportunity each month to write this
column. I am so grateful for the space
allotted me and for the feedback from
you, the Crestview News Bulletin read-
ers.
This month, we were given the
theme "New Beginnings." When I
heard of the theme, I immediately
thought of the scripture in II Corin-
thians 5:17 where the Apostle Paul
wrote, "Therefore if any man be
in Christ, he is a new creature
(a new creation) old things'are
passed away; (what we were be-
fore salvation) behold, all things
are become new."
More than a third of a cen-
tury ago, I committed my life to
the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
He not only became my Savior, DR. D
but also the Lord of my life. I CADE
have made many mistakes in From t
those almost 35 years of being
a Christian, but I have always
known that even in my failures, I was
still a new creature in Christ. Through
all of my failures, Christ has always
been faithful and has forgiven every sin
I have ever committed.
When Jesus was calling disciples,
He said to them,. "Whosoever will come
after Me, let him deny himself, and take
up his cross and.follow Me."
There are two things I find in this
scripture that so intrigue me.
First, when we deny ourselves, we
deny our own strength, ability, talent,
power and carnal intellect. Scripture
says, "I can do all things through Christ
which strengtheneth me." Innmyself, I
have found my righteousness is as filthy
rags, but "I have become therighteous-
ness of God by Christ Jesus." To deny
oneself means we must put our confi-
dence in Christ. I know that within my-
self, I am nothing. I cannot become good
enough to be given a place in Heaven,
I must come through the Lord Jesus.
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and
the life, no man cometh unto the Father
but by me."
When new beginnings take place
in a believer's life and we take up our
cross we will find the cross has its


benefits. The greatest of all benefits
is salvation. Jesus said, "Whosoever
calls upon the Name of the Lord, shall
be saved." Paul said; "If we confess
the Lord Jesus with our mouths and
believe in our hearts that God raised
Him from the dead, we shall be saved."
Isaiah prophesied 700 years before
Christ was born, "He was wounded for
our transgressions, He was bruised for
our iniquities, the chastisement of our
peace was upon Him; and with
His stripes we are healed."
With the great benefit of
salvation also comes healing
for our physical bodies. "With
His stripes we are healed" is a
part of the atonement, just like
the blood He shed is for our
salvation. So I.can be saved,
)NNIE healed and delivered once the
HEAD New Birth takes place in my
e Pulpit life. I can also have the benefit
of peace, joy, faith and so much
more. Being a Christian does
rot mean life has to be boring or not
filled with newness each day. In John
10:10, Jesus said, "The thief comes
not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to
destroy: I am come that they might
have life, and that they might have it
more abundantly."
So the newness we can have in Christ
is not only for eternal life in Heaven, but
we can have that newness in life right
now and enjoyit every minute of each
day.
If you don't have a relationship with
Christ that has produced newness in
life, then please allow me to challenge
you to call upon the name of the Lord
Jesus and invite Him into your life. He
will make such a change, and you won't
have to wait until you die to get the ben-
efits of it.

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead is the Pas-
tor of Victorious Life Worship Center,
on State Road 85 North, one mile
north of Crestview High School. Ser-
vice times are 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. on Sundays. Family night
is Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. Victo-
rious Life is a non-denominational
ministry.


Cancer Specialist Now Accepting New Patients
Dr. Ranjith Dissanayake, a board-certified medical oncologist with
Sacred Heart Medical Oncology Group, is accepting new patients at
the Sacred Heart Cancer Center's Crestview office.


The Crestview office provides
hematology and oncology
services five days a week.


+ Sacred Heart
TCancer Center
Medical Oncology Group
348 Medcrest Dr. Crestview, FL


For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 850-682-6345.
www.sacred-heart.org/cancercenter


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Saturday, January 24, 2009


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
BACK IN THE CLASSROOM: Crestview mayor David Cadle's selection of "The
Music Inside Me," which he read to Southside Elemerntary students, was an
appropriate choice. Cadle previously was the band director at Crestview
High School.



Leaders become guest


readers at local schools

Special to the News Bulletin

The Just Read, Florida! Office at the Department of Education recently planned
a statewide "Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!" The event promoted the enjoy-
ment of reading for children and adults of all ages.
Southside Elementary School invited several local community leaders to visit
during the week of Jan. 12. These leaders visited classrooms, read books to the
students and shared their love of reading.with Southside students. Bob Sikes El-
ementary held a similar event this week.


ANN SPANN I CrestriewNews Bulletin,
CELEBRATING LITERACY AT BOB SIKES: Crestview city council member Linda Parker
reads a story for students in Debra Elmore's kindergarten class at Bob Sikes
Elementary School to celebrate Florida Literacy Week.


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

DUKE FIELD The tired
and weary military trav-
eler and his family now
have a real choice, and it's
a safe bet once word gets
out about the first-class
operation at the Duke Inn,
rooms will become hard to
come by.
It is the best bargain in
town, and as the commer-
cial says, they do indeed
keep the light on for you
at the newly refurbished
Temporary Quarters on
Duke Field, home of the
919th Special Operations
Wing.
The new TLQ, as it is
more commonly known,
was officially reopened
Jan. 16.
Capt. Kirstin Glaser,
919th Logistics Readiness
Squadron, made the open-
ing remarks. Col. Steve
Chapman, commander
of the 919th, welcomed
guests and invited them
to inspect'the newly refur-
bished facility.
The three-story Duke
Inn underwent an exten-'
sive 18-month, $5.6-mil-
lion renovation. There is
Little resemblance to what
it once was.
Not only is the interior
design new, but it is also
few notches above what
you might find for $150
a night in Destin or Fort
Walton Beach. The best
part is, rooms at the Duke
Inn cost $39 a night.
The renovation, fund-
ed by Air Force Reserve
Command, features 48 pri-
vate rooms with full baths,
queen-size beds, two hand-
icapped-accessible rooms,
a guest elevator and a
lobby business center with
computer access, a bev-
erage bar and numerous
other amenities.
For the seasoned mili-
tary traveler, this is a well-
kept secret. Many retir-
ees as well as active duty
servicemembers plan


PHOTOS BY JOHN PARROTT I CrestviewNews Bulletin
NEW LOOK: Building 3054, The Duke Inn, is the newly
remodeled and renovated TLQ at Duke Field.


cross-country routes
through military installa-
tions and save themselves
hundreds of dollars per
trip by staying in military
TLQs.
An upgrade to the inn
has been in. the works
since the 1990s, according
to Lt. Col Patricia Brewer,
919th MSG/CD.
Due to budgeting and
operational issues, the
project wasn't green-light-
ed until July 2007.
"And that is when the
work really began," she
said.
At that point Brewer
turned and escorted the
media and invited guests
on a walking tour of the
facility.
What is immediately
noticeable is how richly
appointed the rooms are.
There are the standard
menu items, television
and coffee pot. There is
also a refrigerator and
microwave. Heavy carpet
covers the flooring. The
beds are standard queen
size and immensely com-
fortable
Asked if he was proud
of his remodeled facility,
Myron Webb, TLQ manag-
er replied, "You bet we are
proud of this facility. And
not qnly that, but now our


WELCOME TO THE DUKE
INN: Capt. Kirstin
Glaser, 919th LRS,
makes opening remarks
and welcomes guests
during the ribbon
cutting ceremony at the
renovated Duke Inn.

visitors have a real choice
between going downtown
at considerably more cost-
to the government; or
staying here in the TLQ at
a much more reasonable
cost with no loss of quality-
or amenities."
There are plans afoot
to refurbish an adjoining
facility, but that depends
on future tax dollars.


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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

USDA FOOD GIVE-
AWAY: Today at 10 a.m. at
New Beginnings Church,
412 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jim-
my Smith, 689-2988. New
Beginnings Church is an
equal opportunity provider.
RIBBON CUTTINGS:
SThe Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce is host-
ing the following ribbon
cuttings:
Jan. 27 Coastal
Bank & T'ust (formerly
Vanguard Bank) at 10 a.m.
at 2150'S.:Ferdon Blvd.
Jan. 2&- Open House,
Dr. Marianne Tullis, 11:30
a.m. at 1200 Henley Lane
in Bake r
Jan.'29 Coastal Bank
& Trust (formerly Van-
guard Bank), 10 a.m. at
1139 Industrial Drive.
FISH FRY: Laurel Hill


"Friends Day"

Sunday, February 1st. Everyone is welcome!


Contemporary Service: 9:00 a.m.
Traditional Service: 11:00 a.m.
Pot luck luncheon follows the traditional service.

BAKER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
5826 N HWY 189, BAKER, FL 32531


Mayor Vizell. Robbins in-
vites his Laurel Hill neigh-
bors to a fish fry and singing
at the Gene Clary City Park
on Jan. 31. He is asking for
the support of the commu-
nity as he adds his name
for the election for Mayor
in 2009. Come out and en-
joy a delicious meal, sing-
ing, and show your support
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WALKER ELEM.
SCHEDULE: Walker El-
ementary announces the
following key dates:
Jan. 28 and 29 Tu-
toring 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.
Lunch $2.10. Adult lunch
$3. Reduced breakfast 30
cents, reduced lunch 40
cents. You can now view
and add money to your
child's school lunch ac-
count via the Internet at
https://wwwschoolpay-


mentsolutions.com.
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.
For more details on
Walker Elementary School,
visit the school Web site at
www.okaloosa.ki2.fl.us/
walker.
COLLEGIATE HS
INFO SESSION: on ad-
mission to the Collegiate
High School at Northwest
Florida State College will
be held Monday at 5:30 p.m.
at the Crestview Public
Library. Admissions pack-
ets are available onlinre at
www.nwfcollegiatehigh.
org. The priority applica-
tion period to return com-
pleted admissions forms is
the month of February.
For information, contact
the Collegiate High School
office at (850) 729-4949.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: at the Rob-


ert L.F Sikes Public Li-
brary on Commerce Drive
in Crestview are:
Feb. 3 The His-
tory 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 on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7.
The Wild Game Feast will
be held the evening of Feb.
6 at Gum Creek Lodge in
Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University base-
ball coach, is this. year's
speaker. Proceeds will
benefit NWF State College
(formerly OWC) Sports
Program and the Rotary
Scholarship RFnd. For
more information, to pur-
chase tickets or to sched-
ule a hunt, please call Bill
Barnhill at (850) 803-2367
or Ronnie Lunsford at 682-
5168.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
view Public Library of-
fers one-on-one beginning
skills computer tutoring.
The one-hour sessions are
especially helpful for senior
citizens who want to learn
how to use the Internet and
e-mail. Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr. (be-
hind the Post Office) or call
682-4432 to schedule your
appointment. You will need
a library card to use the
computers. All residents
of Okaloosa County are
eligible for a library card
at no cost. Just bring in a
picture ID and proof of cur-
rent street address.


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ounty getting on board with bus project


District 1 commission-
er Wayne Harris provided
this report from Tuesday's
meeting of the Okaloosa
County Board of County
Commissioners.

Eglin Air Force Base
and Okaloosa County
Transit and the transporta-
tion folks are trying to put
together a bus line from
Crestview to Eglin Air
Force base, because of the
increase in personnel that
is going to be moving up
here. It's going to be rela-
tively inexpensive for them
to jump on at different
places. It will be a straight


COUNTY
COMMISIONER'S

CORNER

shot into
Eglin Air
Force
Base.
They'll
stop at the
gate,s and if
you're got
WAYNE HARRIS to get off
Commissioner you can get
off there. It
will be primarily military
people that willbe able to
ride it. (Harris said the


cost will be between $40
and $60 a month per rid-
er). The county was asked
for $5,000 to support that.
They want $5,000 from the
county, $5,000 from the
city and $15,000 from Eglin
Air Force Base because it
will be geared primarily
toward (Eglin).
It's going to be really
great for our people going
to Eglin Air Force Base.
There is a lot of traffic on
State Road 85, and it's cra-
zy sometimes. Anything
we can do to alleviate cars
on 85 is an asset.
- The only thing, I don't
want to lose money on


this. I'm coming from a
business standpoint, and I
have a real issue with los-
ing money on the things
we do. I know some of
my other commissioners
don't necessarily agree
with what I just said. But I
have to look at it from that
perspective, which is if,
something loses a tremen-
dous amount of money, we
really have to scrutinize
those services.

I want to re-emphasize,
my focus is going to be
on infrastructural needs,
essential services and
public safety. District 1 is


my primary concern, but
I make decisions for the
whole county, and I have
to keep that in mind when
I do some things. I've got
some decisions coming
up in the very near future
I haven't made my mind
up on. One is the judicial
center. Another is Kervin
Road. Another is beach re-
nourishment. All of those,
I will make an informed
decision. Those things will
be tough decisions, but I'm
not afraid to make tough
decisions. That's my job. I
want to make sure I make
the decision that is best for
the entire county. I want to


emphasize District is my
baby, but I've also got to
look at the entire county.

District 1 commis-
sioner Wayne Harris en-
courages his constituents
to contact him at 689-5030
or by e-mail at,wharris@
co.okaloosafl.us.

County Commission-
er's Corner appears in the
News Bulletin following
meetings of the Okaloosa
County Board of County
Commissioners and ro-
tates between commission-
ers who represent the News
Bulletin coverage area.


Laurel Hill


budget concerns


allayed for now


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL The Lau-
rel Hill's -city council got.
a welcome piece of good.
financial news during its
meeting Thursday night.
Council chairman Lar-
ry Hendren reported the,
city's revenues currently
are about $5,000 greater
than its expenses during
the 2009 fiscal year.
Hendren had expressed
concern about the city's
finances during the coun-
cil's Jan. 8 meeting. Ex-
penses were about $9,000
greater than revenues at
that point.
"The city's funding
comes in peaks and val-
leys, and this month was a
peak," Hendren said.
The council and mayor
Vizell Robbins concurred
on the need to continue on
a conservative spending
course.
"We- till need to cut
back on everything we can
cut back on," council mem-
ber Betty Williamson said.
"We don't need to go start
spending."
The council proceeded


SE L E





CANDIDATES
FORUM
SThe News Bulletin will
sponsor a municipal
election candidates-
forum on Tuesday,. Feb.
24 at the Crestview ;
SCommunity Center.,
The forum will focus
on north Okaloosa
SCounty elections
scheduled for March
10. If you have a topic
you think should be
addressed at the forum,
Se-mail it to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.

to devote much of the time
during the brief meeting to
brainstorming other ways,
the city can save money.

Post your thoughts on
Laurel Hill city business
at www.crestviewbulletin..
cor


UP ON THE HILL



City embracing a year of change


Laurel Hill is embracing
the new year of change with
hope and good will toward
our neighbors. It is difficult
for some to face change, but
change has come in many
forms nationally, in our
homes and higher prices ev-
erywhere. It can be a year of
sparking our creativity when
hardship comes our way.
The Hilltoppers meet the
third Tuesday of each month in
the Hobo Room at the Laurel
Hill Grill. These Laurel Hill.la-
dies welcome you to attend at
11 a.m. for lunch. There are no
rules, fees or bosses; a place
where friendship reigns.
The Alzheimer's Support
Group Meeting is held on the
third Thursday of each month
at 2 p.m. at First Baptist
Church, Laurel Hill. You will
leave with the sense you are
not alone in this exceptional
arena of life. For more infor-
mation please call Carolyn
Williams at (850) 598-1057.
The Red Hat Society
chapter, Gallery Gals of Laurel
Hill, celebrated their January
gathering at Florala's (Big R)
Sarah's Bed & Breakfast with
a lovely buffet lunch. We ap-


preciated the
delicious food
and service and
plan to return
many times in
the future.
Queen Moth-
ESTELLE ROGERS er Estelle Rog-
Upon the Hill ers, Co-Queen
Kathleen
McMichael, Janet Twitty,
Yvonne Jordan, Devona
Willis, Margaret Neese, Ka-
tie Yates, Faye Garvin and
Cassie Rogers celebrated at
our January gathering, with
Pink lady Tina Flowers and
Penny Dunston celebrating
birthdays.
Who are we? What do we
do? We are the women in the
red and pink hats. We are the
mothers, grandmothers, and
daughters of society. Little
girls grow up, but they're nev-
er too old to play dress-up and
have tea parties.
-The Laurel Hill Volunteer
Fire Department could use a
few good men and women on
the team. We never know when
their services will be needed.
Fire Chief Jeff Sory has a ded-
ication to the citizens of our
city, but he needs.help from


able-bodied neighbors with the
same dedication. The volun-
teers fight fires, and when an
emergency call comes from
a resident, first responders
arrive quickly. We are very
blessed and thankful for these
community volunteer workers.
Happy birthday to Dr.
Mabel Jean Morrison, Jan.
14; and to Doug Rogers on his
82nd, Jan. 30.
B.E Edenfield, 85, of
Laurel Hill, passed away Jan.
9, 2009. We remember him
as a lifelong resident, friend,
farmer and retired school
bus driver. Community
condolences to the Edenfield
family.
James Ansley, 81, of
Crestview, passed away Jan. 8,
2009. James is survived by two
sons, Dale and Lyvon of Crest-
view; brother-in-law Wayne
Stokes, and brother Bill Ansley
and wife Janice of Laurel Hill.
Condolences to the Ansley
family.
Trust in the Lord with all
your heart, and lean not unto
your own understanding. In
all your ways, acknowledge
Him, and He will direct your
path. Proverbs 3:5-6


Supervisor: NOFD must reimburse ( cre11s "

elections office for March 10 referendum WWW.CrestVewbulletinOm


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


This time, it's going to
cost-them.
The North Okaloosa
Fire District will have to
reimburse the Okaloosa
County Supervisor of Elec-
tions Office for the costs
associated with its March
10 referendum, according
to county elections super-
visor Paul Lux.
Lux asked that the is-
sue be clarified after me-


COMING
WEDNESDAY
Learn the background
History behind the
North Okaloosa Fire
District's requests for
voters to approve a
fire tax hike in the
Wednesday edition
of the'Crestview
News Bulletin.


dia reports of district commissioners tell-
ing an attendee at the most recent NOFD
meeting that the district was not charged
for a pair of referendums that took place
in 2008.
Lux also clarified that the only cost as-
sociated with the 2008 referendums was
that of required legal advertising, which
was arranged and paid for by the NOFD.
Lux said because special district elec-
tions cause minimal additional expense,
most special districts choose to hold such
referendums on dates when state and na-
tional elections are held.


According to Lux, the
city of Crestview and
the North Okaloosa Fire
District will share the
cost of opening the polls
March 10 at seven pre-
cincts where city munici-
pal election boundaries
and the NOFD coverage
area overlap. The NOFD
will be charged the full
cost to open the polls at
three precincts where the
NOFD referendum will be
the only item on the bal-
lot.


Lux said he gave the NOFD a good faith
estimate election cost of approximately
$14,000 for the March 10 referendum. All
costs associated with March municipal
elections are borne by the individual mu-
nicipalities.,
"The only things they do not pay for is
use of the elections equipment and regu-
lar staff time," Lux said.
He said the NOFD also reimbursed the
office in 1998 for its most recent referen-
dum not held in conjunction with state and
national elections a mail ballot election
that cost the district just over $13,000.


Planning and Zoning REPORT


City of Crestview Plan-
ning Official Eric Davis
provided this report from
the city's Planning and
Zoning board meeting
Tuesday.
The committee ap-
proved plans for a 3,500
square foot AT&T store to
be located on the southeast


corner of Hospital Drive
and South Ferdon Boule-
vard next to the new Sta-
ples store currently under
construction.
The committee also
approved plans for Bishop
Landing, a 579, 218 square
foot, 504-unit assisted liv-
ing facility on 52.75 acres


located at the end of Stee-
plechase Subdivision and
Interstate 10.
The committee ap-
proved an application for
annexation, FLU change
and zoning for 30.13 acres
located in Section 35, Town-
ship 3 North, Range 24 West,
along Point Center Road.


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The 2009 Miss Sweet-
heart Pageant will be held
at 5 p.m. Jan. 31 at the
Crestview High School au-


ditorium. Proceeds from the
Miss Sweetheart Pageant
go toward the Ellen Thigpen
Memorial Scholarship Fmnd.
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Classifieds


Saturday, January 24, 20


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1100- Legal Advertising -' -' o 7if .. .
1110- Classified Notices senses if any to:
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements JASON R. MOULTON
1125- Carpools & Attorney for Plaintiff
Rldeshare 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
1130-Adoptions Crestview, Fl 32536
1140- Happy Ads
11 personal on or before January 29,
1170- Found 2009 and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of this
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestvtew, Florida either
before service on
Legal # 100471 Plaintiff;s attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, or a
IN THE CIRCUIT default will be entered
COURT OF THE FIRST against you for the relief
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN in the Complaint or Peti-
AND FOR tion.
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA DON W. HOWARD
CASE NO. CLERK OF COURT
08-CA-6926C By:Edna Hoke
KHADER DAOUD, 01/03/08
Plaintiff, 01/10/08
01/17/09
vs. 01/24/09
EUNICE MASON, a
known natural person,
not known to be itheregal # 100484
dead or alive, and her IN THE CIRCUIT
unknown heirs, devisees, COURT IN AND FOR
grantees, assigns, or any OKALOOSA
other parties caiming by, COUNTY, FLORIDA
th r h under o n COUNTY, FLO RIDA
roug under or against PROBATE DIVISION
ber ndants FILE NO.
Dendn 08-CP-1380
NOTICE OFACTION N RE: ESTATE OF
TO: EUNICE MASON, a CHARLES V. SIGMON,
known natural person, DE S
not known to be either NOTICE TO CREDI-
dead or alive and all un- N E TO CRS
known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, credi- The administration of the
tors, or any other parties estate of CHARLES V.
c' mga" b, through un- estate of CHARLES V.
claiming y, through, n- SIGMON, deceased,
der or against tunice whose date of death was
Mason i i


Address: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 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.'


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American Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lic/Insured.
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Stamped Concrete
Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate.Slabs, Power
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cAdditions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lie #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383



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Landscaping, rrigation,
Palm Tree installation
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Handbags made by
Hans: Aprons, Caps,
Do-Rags, Blankets &
Bas. all 537-2140 or
902-1871


October 31I, zu2008,
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
serv,ed 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 INTERES
SONS ARE I
THAT:
All creditors o
dent and oth
having claim
mands
decedent's esti
ing unmature
gent or un
claims, on whi
of this notice
must file their c
this Court WI
LATER OF
MONTHS Al
DATE OF THE
LICATION OF
TICE OR THII
AFTER THE
SERVICE OF A
THIS NOTI(
THEM.
All other credi
decedent and
having claim
mands aga
decedent's e
cluding unmat
tingent or un
claims, must
claims with
WITHIN
MONTHS. Al
DATE OF THE
LICATION OF
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS
FILED WILL
EVER BARRE
Notwithstan
time period
forth above
claim filed
years or mc
6he decedent
of death is I
The date of the
cation of this
January 17, 2
Attorney for
Representative
SAMUEL M. PI
222 Governm
Suite D
Niceville, Flori
850-678-1171
Florida Ba
329010
Personal Repre
Ralph Edward
460 Fairfield I
Madison, MS
01/17/09.
01/24/09


All other creditors of the Legal # 100
decedent and other per-
sons having claims qr de- IN THE CI
mands against COURT OF T
decedent's estate must JUDICIAL C
file thdir claims with this OF
court WITHIN 3 FLORIDA II
MONTHS AFTER THE FOR OKAI
DATE OF FIRST PUB- COUNTY C
LICATION OF THIS 2008 CA 0(
NOTICE.
CENTRAL MO
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO COMPANY
FILED WITHIN THE Plaintiff
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION vs.
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE JONATHAN
CODE WILL BE FOR- MCLEOD et.
EVER BARRED. Defendants.
NOTWITHSTANDING TO: JONAT
THE TIME PERIODS MCLEOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, Whose resic
ANY CLAIM FILED 6095 EDEN
TWO (2) YEARS OR CRESTVIEW, F
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF TO: MIRAN
DEATH IS BARRED. MCLEOD
Whose resic
Date of first publication 6095 EDEN
of this Notice of Admin- CRESTVIEW, F
istration: January 17
2009. If alive, and if
JASON R. MOULTON pyartihr
660 North Ferdon Boule- aqain JON
vard, Suite A MCLEOD and
Crestview, Florida D
32536 N. MCLEOD a
850-689-1474 ties having or
Florida Bar No. have any right
0150126 rest in the pr
Attorney for Petitioner scribed herein
CHARLES L. SIGMON YOU ARE NO
226 Boiling Brook Circle an action for F
Pensacola, Florida of Mortgage o
32503 lowing descri
erty:
01/17/09 erty:
01/24/09 Commence
_NW corner
1/4 of Sec
Legal # 100491 Township4
Range 22
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR Okaloosa
OKALOOSA Florida, the
COUNTY FLORIDA 1985.36 fee
PROBATE DIVISION North 716
FILE NUMBER thence Wes
08-CP-0140 DIVI- feet for POB
SION continue We
feet, thenci
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN 145 feet the
EDWARD GRIFFITH 304.0 eet;
Deceased. South 145.C
the Point of
NOTICE TO CREDI- ing Lot
TORS Square, un
subdivision.
The administration of the
estate of John Edward LESS AND
Griffith, deceased File ROAD R/W
Number 08-CP-1410, is SCRIBED I
pending in the Circuit BOOK 232


address of Commence at an
O. BOX existing concrete
9, CREST- monument marking
536-1359. the Northwest cor-
and ad- ner of the Southeast
e personal 1/4 of the South-
and the west 1/4 of Section
!sentative;s 30, Township 4
ft forth be- North, Range 22
West, Okaloosa
County, Florida;
TED PER- thence South 87 de-
NOTIFIED agrees 12;24" East
543.43 feet to a
point of the center
f the dece- line of Eden Street
er-persons (66.00 feet right of
s or de- way); thence, along
against said center line
ate, includ- North 01 degrees
d, contin- 45; 41" East 281.64
liquidated feet to a point on the
im a copy North right of way
is served line of Eaen Square
:laims with South (66 feet right
THIN THE of way); thence de-
THREE parting said center
FTER THE line and along said
FIRST PUB- North right of way
THIS NO- line North 87 de-
RTY DAYS arees 11'38" West
DATE OF 192.25 feet to a
COPY OF point on the East
CE ON right o way line of
Eden Square West
(66 feet right of
tors of the way) ; thence, de-
d persons parsaid North right
s or de- of way line and
linst the along said East right
estate, in- of way line North
ured, con- O 2
nli uidated degrees 13'30" East
file their 25.00 feet to a point
this court on thence continue
THREE along said East right
FTER THE of. way line North
FIRST PUB- 0 2
THIS NO- degrees 13'30" East
250 feet to a point
on the South right of
NOT SO way line of way line
BE FOR- of Eden Square
D.. North ( 66 feet right
of way); thence de-
ding the parting said East
ads set right of way line
re, any and along said
two (2) South right of way
ore after line South 87 de-
nt's date agrees 11'58" East
barred. 35.00 feet;t hence
departing said
Sfirstpubli- S o u t h
Notice is right of way line
009. South 57 degrees
04'08" West 42.81
Personal feet to the Point of
S Beginning. Contains
EEK 437 square feet,
ent Street, more or less.
da 32578 a/k/a 6095 EDEN
3 SQUARE CRESTVIEW,
r No.: FL 32539
has been filed against
esentative: you and you are
Griffith r e q u i r e d
Drive to serve a copy of your
39110 written defenses if any,
to, it, on NwabuFo
Umunna, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address
is 2901 Stirling Road,
Suite 300. Fort Laud-
erdale, Florida 33312
492 e i I -
ther on or before March
RCUIT 2, 2009 and file the
HE FIRST o r i g -
:IRCUIT inal with the Clerk of this
Court either before serv-
N AND ice on Plaintiff's attorney
LOOSA or immediately there-
SE NO. a f t e r ;
)6797 C 'otherwise default will be
entered against you for
ORTGAGE the relief demanded in
the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and.
the seal of this Court this
14 day of January
H. 2009.
al.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
HAN H. By Auntia Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
dence is
SQUARE, A copy of this Notice of
L, 32539 Action,Complaintand Lis
Pendens were sent tot he
gDA N. defendants and address
named above.
dence is
SQUARE, In accordance with the
1 32539 Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
Sdedd, all a reasonable accommo-
ng interest dation to participate in
under or this proceeding should
eTHAN H. no later than seven 7)
d MIRAN- days prior, contact the
A Clerk of the Court's disa-
ind all par- bility coordinator at
:laimingto 8506517497 1250 N
, title or in- EGLIN PKWY SUITE
ropertyde- Al 14 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
baired, contact "TDD)
TIFIED thai 8009558771 via
oreclosure F I o r i d a
on the fol- Relay System.
bed prop-
This is attempt to collect
a
at the debt. Any information
of the SE o b -
tion 30, tained will be used for
4 North that purpose.
West,
County, 01/2409
nce East 01/31/09
t; thence
.0 feet
st 334.0
,; thence Legal # 100493
est 301.0
e North IN THE CIRCUIT
once East COURT OF THE FIRST
; thence JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
) feet to FLORIDA IN AND
Beciinn- FOR OKALOOSA
4 Eden COUNTY CASE NO.
recorded 08CA3703
Flagstar Bank, F.S.B.,
EXCEPT Plaintiff,
AS DE-
N O.R. vs.
5 PAGE


COVaCEL EcIODn, ei. u,.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MAGDELENA TE-
RESA BAKOWICZ
Whose residence is:
440 GREGORY AVE.,
VALPARAISO, FL 32580
If alive, and if dead, all
parties claiming'interest
by, through under or
q ainst MAGIELENA TE-
RESA BAKOWICZ and
all parties having or
claiming to have any
right, tite or interest in
the property, described
herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foreclosure
of Mortgage on the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty:
LOT 11, BLOCK 6, PLAT
16, VALPARAISO AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 148 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
a/k/a 440 GREGORY
AVE. VALPARAISO, FL
32580
has been filed against
you and you are required
a serve a copy of your
written defenses. if any,
to it, on, Nwabufo
Umunna, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address
is 2901 Stirling Road,
Suite 300 Fort Laud-
erdale Florida 33312 on
or before February 27,
2009,
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorne or im-
mediately thereafter oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the complaint.'
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court this
16 day of January 2009
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims .
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice of
Action, Amended Com-
plaint were sent to the de-
fendants and address
named above.
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
8506517497 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact IIDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
This is an attempt to
collect a debt. Any
information ob-
tained will be used
for that purpose.
01/24/09
01/31/09

LEGAL # 120156

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
6268 DIVISION: FILE
NO.:F08097870
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DANIEL WACHTEL
A/K/A DANIEL A.
WACHTEL, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DANIEll WACHTEL
A/K/A DANIEL A.
WACHTEL
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5 Cactus
Road Mary Esther, FI
32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES
GRATEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS


LAST KNOWN AD- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DRESS: UNKNOWN THE TIME OF THE IN AND FOR
FIRST PUBLICATION OKALOOSA
CURRENT ADDRESS: OF THIS NOTICE OR COUNTY, FLORIDA
UNKNOWN 30 DAYS AFTER THE CIVIL ACTION CASE
YOUARE NOTIFIED that DATE OF SERVICE OF NO.:46-2008-CA-00
an action to foreclose a A COPY OF THIS NO- 60
mortgage on the follow- TICE ON THEM. 64 DIVISION: FILE
ing property in All other creditors of the NO:F08093953
OKALOOSA County, decedent and other per-
Florida: sons who have claims or CHASE HOME Fl-
STARTING AT THE demands against the NANCE LLC SUCCES-
SOUTHWEST CORNER decedent's estate, must SOR BY MERGER. TO
OF THE SOUTHEAST file their claims with this CHASE MANHATTAN
QUARTER OF THE court WITHIN 3 MORTGAGE CORPORA-
SOUTHEAST QUARTER MONTHS AFTER THE TION
(SW COR. OF SE 1/4 DATE OF THE FIRST Plaintiff,
OF SE 1/4) OF SEC- PUBLICATION OF
TION SIXTEEN (16 THIS NOTICE. vs.
TOWNSHIP TWO (21 ALL CLAIMS NOT
SOUTH RANGE FILED WITHIN THE RICHARD"A. KREBSJR.,
TWENTY-FIVE (25) TIME PERIODS SET etdal
WEST THENCE GOING FORTH IN SECTION befendant(s).
354 FEET WEST FOR A 733.702 OF THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; FLORIDA PROBATE NOTICE OF ACTION
THENCE CONTINUING CODE WILL BE FOR- .
WEST 108 FEET; EVER BARRED. TO: RICHARD A. KREBS,
THENCE GOING NOTWITHSTANDING JR. LAST KNOWN AD-
NORTH 67.50 FEET- THE TIME PERIODS DRESS: 602 Colonial
THENCE GOING EASf SET FORTH ABOVE, Drive Fort Walton Beach,
108 FEET THENCE GO- ANY CLAIM FILED Fl 325470000.
ING 60UTH 67.50 FEET TWO (2) YEARS OR
TO THE POINT OF BE- MORE AFTER THE CURRENT ADDRESS:
GINNING. LYING AND DECEDENT'S DATE OF UNKNOWN
BEING IN OKALOOSA DEATH IS BARRED.
COUNTY FLORIDA. The date of the firstpubli- ANY AND ALL UN-
(ALSO KNOWN AS LOT cation of this Notice is KNOWN PARTIES
56 IN THE January 17, 2009. CLAIMING BY,
BRIGGS-HAIGLER SUBDI- THROUGH, UNDER
VISION AN UNRE- WILLIAM ALBERT AND AGAINST TH
CORDE6 PLAT) RORECH III HEREIN NAMED INDI-
has been filed against Personal Representative VIDUAL DEFENDANTbS
ou and you arerequired. WHO ARE NOT
to serve a copy of your C. Thomas Holland KNOWN TO BE DEAD
writtendefenses, if any Attorney for Personal OR ALIVE WHETHER
on or before March 2, Representative 596 SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
2009 on Florida Default North Ferdon Boulevard TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
Law Group, P.L, Crestview, FL 32536 TEREST AS SPOUSE,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose (850)682-6211/Fax HEIRS DEVISEES,
address is 9119 Corpo- 682-6822 FL Bar No. GRANTEES OR OTHER
rate -Lake Drive Suite 0147404 CLAIMANTS
300 Tampa, lorida
33634 andfile the origi- 01/17/2009 LAST KNOWN AD-
nal wit this Court either 01/24/2009 DRESS: UNKNOWN
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im- -CURRENT ADDRESS:
mediately thereafter; oth- UNKNOWN
erwise a default will be LEGAL#120152
entered against you for YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
the relief demanded in IN THE CIRCUIT an action to foreclose a
the Complaint or peti- COURT FOR mortgage on the follow-
tion. OKALOOSA mn property in
This noticeshall be pub COUNTY FLORIDA OAO A Coun
lished once each week PROBAT DIVISION Florida:
for two consecutive FILE NO.08CP1455
weeks in the Crestview LOT 30 BLOCK 1,
News Bulletin. IN RE: ESTATE OF THIRD ADDITION TO
WITNESS my hand and SHELLY DERAE ALLEY COUNTRYVIEW ES-
the seal of this Court on F/K/A SHELLY D. TATES ACCORDING TO
this 16 day of January, SPICER,. THE PLAT THEREOF AS
2009. Deceased. RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 10, PAGE 82, OF
Don W. Howard NOTICE TO CREDI- THE PUBLIC RECORDS
Clerk of the Court TORS OF OKALOOSA
By: Anita Cantrall COUNTY, FLORIDA
As Deputy Clerk The administration of the has been filed against
estate of SHELLY DERAE ou and you are required
Florida Default Law ALLEY F/K/A SHELLY D. o serve a copy of your
Group, P.L SPICER, deceased File written defenses, if an,
PO. ox 25018 Number 08CP1455, is on or before March 2
Tampa, Florida pending in the Circuit 2009 on Florida Default
33622-5018 Court for Okaloosa Law. Group, P.L.,
County, Florida, Probate Plaintiff's attorney, whose
IMPORTANT Division, the addssfddret ss is 9119 Corpo-
In accordance with the which is 101 E. James rate Lake Drive Suite
Americans with Disabili- Lee Blvd Crestview, FL 300 Tampa, Florida
ties Act, persons with dis- 32536. The names and 33634 and file the origi-
abilities needing special addresses of the personal nal with this Court either
accommodation to partic- representative and the before service on
pate in this proceeding personal representative's Plaintiff's attorne or im-
should contact Court Ad- attorney are set forth be- mediately thereafter; oth-
ministration at 101 James low. erwise a default will be
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- All creditors of the dece- entered against you for
view, FL, 32536-3515. dent and other persons the relief demanded in
tele hone number (850 having claims or de- the Complaint or peti-
689-5000, Extension mands. against tion. ,
7497, prior to the pro- decedent's estate on This notice shall be pub-
ceedinq. or Shalimar whom a copy of this no- lished once each week
(850) 651-7497 tice is required to be for two consecutive
served must file their weeks in the Crestview
IMPORTANT claims with this Court News Bulletin.
In accordance with the WITHIN THE LATER WITNESS my hand and
Americans with Disabili- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER the seal of this Court on
ties Act, persons with dis. THE DATE OF THE this 14 day of January,
abilities needing special FIRST PUBLICATION 2009.
accommodation to partic- OF THIS NOTICE OR
ipate in this proceeding 30 DAYS AFTERTHE Don W Howard
should contact Court A- DATE OF SERVICE OF Clerk of the Court
ministration at 1250 N. A COPY OF THIS NO- By: Beth McDonald
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar TICE ON THEM. As Deputy Clerk
F 32579- tele hone All other creditors of.the
number (856) 651-7497, decedent and other per- Florida Default Law
prior to the proceeding. sons having claims orde- Group, P.L.
mands against P.O. Box 25018
01/24/2009 ecedent's estate must Tampa, Florida
01/31/2009 file their claims with this 33622-5018
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE IMPORTANT
LEGAL#120150 DATE OF THE FIRST In accordance with the
PUBLICATION OF Americans with Disabili-
IN THE CIRCUIT THIS NOTICE. ALL ties Act, persons with dis-
COURT OF THE FIRST CLAIMS NOT FILED abilities needing special
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WITHIN THE TIME PE- accommodation to partic-
AND FOR RIODS SET FORTH i ateinthisroceedin
OKALOOSA SECTION 733.702 OF sould contactCourt Ad-
COUNTY, FLORIDA THE FLORIDA PRO- ministration at 101 James
PROBATE DIVISION BATE CODE WILL BE Lee BoulevardEast, Crest-
CASE NO. 09-CP-39 FOREVER BARRED. view FL 32536-351'5;
NOTWITHSTANDING telephone number (850
IN RE: The Estate of THE TIME PERIODS 6895000, Extension
WILLIAM ALBERT SET FORTH ABOVE, 7497, prior- to the pro-
REC ANY CLAIM FILED ceeding. or Shalimar
RORECH, JR. TWO (2) YEARS OR (850)6"51-7497
Deceased. MORE AFTER THE
NOTICE TO CREDI-DECEDENT'S DATE OF IMPORTANT
TORS DEATH IS BARRED. In accordance with the
The date of the first publi- Americans with Disabili-
THE ADMINISTRATION cation of this Notice is tiesAct, personswith dis-
of the estate of WILLIAM January 17, 2009. abilities needing special
ALBERT RORECH, R d- accommodation to partic-

2008 is pendl in the R. Misemer Florida Bar ministration at 1250 N.
Circuit Court of kaloosa No. 157234 ALLGOOD Ea in Parkway, Shalimar,
Circuit Court of Oaloosa & MISEMER, P.A. 5645 F, 32579; telephone
County, ProbateDivision, Nebraska Avenue New number 85d) 651-7497
Okaloosa County Court- Port Richey, FL 34652
house, 101 James Lee P e L 3 I prior to the proceeding.
Boulevard East, Suite phone (727)848-2593 /17/2009
210, Cresview, Florida phone:(727)848-2593 01/17/2009
32536. The names and 01/24/2009
addresses of the ersonal Personal Representave:
representatives and the H Loretta Bullington 42
ersolrepresentativesn Hemlock Drive NIW. Fort
personal representatives n Beach FL LEGAL#120154
attorney are set forth be- Walton Beach,
low. 32548
All creditors of the dece- 01/17/2009 IN THE CIRCUIT
dent and other persons 01/24/2009 COURT OF THE FIRST
having claims or de- l JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
mands against IN AND FOR
decedent's estate, on OKALOOSA
whom a copy of this no- LEGAL#120153 COUNTY FLORIDA
tice is required to be CIVIL ACTION CASE
served must file their NO.:46-20 8-CA-00
claims with this court IN THE CIRCUIT NO.:46-2008-CA-00
WITHIN THE LATER COURT OF THE FIRST 60


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NO:F08092380 DRESS: UNKNOWN


WELLS FARGO
BANK, N.A AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE


CURRENT ADDRESS:
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By: Anita Cantrall In accordance with the
As Deputy Clerk Americans with Disabili- A Brand New Mattress
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ministration at 101 avail. 850-255-3050
IMPORTANT J a m e s
In accordance with the Lee Boulevard East, t
Americans with Disabili- C r .e s t -
ties Act, persons with dis- view FL, 32536-3515 32
abilities needing special telephone number (850) -
accommodation to partic- 689-5000, .Extensioh Crestview
ipate in this proceeding 7497, prior to the pro- Yard Sale
should contact Court Ad- ceedinq. or Shalimar Sat. Jan 24 7am-lpm
ministration at 101 James (850) 651-7497 :501 White Oak Ln. (off
Lee Boulevard East, Cres- John King).
view FL, 32536-3515- IMPORTANT
telephone number (850
689-5000, Extension In accordance with the
7497, prior to the pro- Americans with Disabili-
ceedina. or Shalimar ties Act, persons with dis-
(850) 651-7497 abilities needing special n


accommodation
IMPORTANT t
In accordance with the ipate in this pi
Aniericans with Disabili- should contact
ties Act, persons with dis- ministration at
abilities needing special, Eglin Parkway,
accommodation to partic- F 32579; t
pate in this proceeding number
should contact Court Ad- 6 .5. 1 7
ministration at 1250 N. prior to the pro
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579- telephone 01/17/2009
number (85d) 651-7497, 01/24/2009
prior to the proceeding.
01/17/2009
01/24/2009 /


LEGAL# 120155

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-18
75C DIVISION: FILE
NO:F08025146


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WELLS FARGO BANK,
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vs.
GARY P. PHILLIPS et al,
Defendant(s).

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TO:
KIMBERLY PHILLIPS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 210 DEXTER
COURT
HEWYTOWN, AL
32023
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS
WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS


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MENT RELATING TO an action to foreclose a
IMPAC SECURED AS- mortgage on the follow-
SETS CORPORATION, ing property in
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ING TO PLAT THEREOF 3140- Baby tems
AS RECORDED IN PLAT 3150 Building Supplies
NOTICE OF ACTION BOOK 1 PAGE 72 IN 3160 Business
THE OFFICE OF THE Equipment
TO: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 3170- Collectibles
CHEYNEY STREET COURT OKALOOSA 3180-Computers
LAST KNOWN AD- COUNTY, FLORIDA; :3190-, Electronic
DRESS: 1110 E THENCE GO IN A 3220- Furnitre
COZZA DRIVE APART- SOUTHEASTERLY DIREC- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
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66; THENCE RUN IN A 3260- Health & Fitness
CURRENT ADDRESS: SOUTHWESTERLY DI- 3270- Jewelry/Cthin
UNKNOWN RECTION ALONG SAID 3280- Machinery/
LOT LINE A DISTANCE 3290- Medical Equipment
ANY AND ALL UN- OF 50 FEET; THENCE 300 Miscellaneous
KNOWN PARTIES RUN IN A NORTH- 3310 Musical Instlments
CLAIMING BY, W E S T 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
THROUGH, UNDER, ERLY DIRECTION A DIS- Supplies
AND AGAINST THR TANCE OF 140 FEET 3330- Restaurant/Hotel
HEREIN NAMED INDI- MORE OR LESS, TO TH 3340 Sporting Goods
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS) NORTH LOT LINE OF 3350 -Tickets(Buy & Sell)
WHO ,ARE NOT SAID LOT 66; THENCE
KNOWN TO BE DEAD RUN IN A NORTHEAST-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER ERLY DIRECTION TO
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- THE NORTH CORNER
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- OF SAID LOT 66 AND
TEREST AS SPOUSE, THE POINT OF
HEIRS DEVISEES, B E G I N N
GRANTEES OR OTHER ING
CLAIMANTS has been filed against
you and you are
LAST KNOWN-AD- r e q u i r e d
DRESS: UNKNOWN to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
CURRENT ADDRESS: on or before March 2
UNKNOWN 2009 on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Plaintiff's .attorney,
an action to foreclose a w h s e
mortgage on the follow- address is 9119 Corpo- Classic
inga roperty in rate Lake Drive, Suite
OKALOOSA County, 300, Tampa, Florida "eg Fridge
Florida: 33634, and file the Full size custom mrfodi-
LOT 10, BLOCK A, a r i g ii fied refri erator. This
JERNIGAN SUBDIVI- nal with this Court either fridge is fiom the 60s-
SION ACCORDING TO before service on tt may be old but it's
THE PLAT THEREOF IN Plaintiff's attorney or im- still in good shape. The
FILE IN PLAT BOOK 2, mediately thereafter; oth- interior has been modi-
PAGE 69 IN THE OF- erwise a default will be fied to hold a beer keg.
FICE OF fHE CLERK OF entered against you for You provide the keg
THE CIRCUIT COURT the relief demanded in and the tap system. Use
OKALOOSA COUNTY the Complaint or peti- it for beer or to store
FLORIDA tion. extra food. They don't
has been filed against This notice shall be pub- make 'em like this any-
you and you are required lished once each week more!l
o serve a copy of your for two consecutive Runs like a
written defenses if any, weeks in the Crestview ChamDl
on or before February News Bulletin. ... ob am
27, 2009 on Florida De- WITNESS my hand and $60 abo. 8,62-3297
fault Law Group, P.L., the seal of this Court on.
Plaintiff's attorney, whose this 14 day of January, .
address is 9119 Corpo- 2009.
rate Lake Drive Suite 1 3220
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi- Don W. Howard
nal wit this Court either Clerk of the Court .,d T AY
before service on By:Beth McDonald NE l A
Plaintiff's attorney or im- As Deputy Clerk
mediately thereafter; oth- IN0/ all new Kin Pil
erwise a default will be Florida Default Law I s1allnew King Pil-w
'entered against you for Group, P.L. ,l waapn $ 8ticw
the relief demanded in P.O. Bx25018 471-030.2 850
the 13 day of January, Tampa, Florida
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school boys
basketball
Baker at Paxton, JV
5:30 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
Fort Walton Beach at
Crestview, JV 5 p.m./V
6:30 p.m.

High school
wrestling
Crestview at Arnold
tourney, TBA

Monday
High School girls
basketball
Niceville at Baker, V
only 6 p.m.
Freeport at Laurel Hill,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

High School boys
soccer
Crestview at District 1-'
5A tourney at Pace, TBA

Middle School
basketball
Davidson at Liza
Jackson, Boys 5 p.m./
Girls 6:30 p.m.
Lewis at Richbourg, Boys
5 p.m./Girls 6:30 p.m.

Middle School soccer
Lewis at Richbourg,
Girls 5 p.:n./Boys 6:15,
p.m.
Davidson at Liza
Jackson, Girls 5 p.m./
Boys 6:15 p.m.

Tuesday
High school boys
basketball
Crestview at Navarre,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Central, JV
6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
Crestview at Gulf
Breeze, JV 5 .pm./V 6:30
p.m.

BRIEFS.
Cal Ripken Baseball/
Babe Ruth Softball
'Player registration
for Cal Ripken Baseball
and Babe Ruth Softball is
open for North Okaloosa
Athletics. Players ages
4-18 can register online
at www.noya.org or in
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3.14 S Ferdon Blvd. from
9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays
and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturdays.
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more children playing.
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City of Crestview
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The city of Crestview
Parks and Recreation base-
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tion will be held throughout
January at Twin Hills Park,
100 N. Hathaway St.
Leagues are for youths
ages 5-15. Registration
hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
weekdays and 8 a.m.-2
p.m. today. 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.
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 13-15
who would be interested
in a Crestview Parks and
Recreation softball league
should contact the park.


Baker seeing red

MdJJ after district shakeup;


REVI EW S CHSlikes local ties


Randy Dicks6n
Crestview News Bulletin

The Florida High School
Athletic Association re-
leased the final football
district alignments for
the 2009 and 2010 seasons
amidst mixed reviews at
Baker and Crestview.
The final alignment
wasn't kind to Baker.
The Gators will play in
Class 1A, originally slated
for schools with between
259 and 521 students.
The Gators had been
slated to play in a District
1-1A with Freeport, Holm-
es County, Jay, Sneads and
Vernon.
Those teams will be
in the new District 1-1A
--with some unexpected
additions.
Bozeman, Northview
and South Walton, which
had been slated to play
in District 1-2B, all were
granted their petitions to
drop to Class 1A by the FH-
SAA. All three schools will
compete in District 1-1A,
giving the district three of
the four largest Class 1A
schools in the state.
South Walton is the larg-
est Class 1A school in the
state with 566 students.
Northview is the second-
largest with 554 students.
Bozeman has 539.
"Whbn I saw that come
out Friday, I had mixed
emotions on it, and most
of them are negative," said
Bob Kellogg, Baker head
football coach and athletic
director. "They took three
schools and dropped them
into our league, who to
me whose numbers aren't
close. And I think (num-
bers are) the biggest factor.
Numbers are a big deal in
a small school, how many
kids you have to pull from
and how many kids you
have to choose from..
"I think where the in-
equity in it is we are now
sitting in the middle of the
class. In the last four years
since Ive been here, we've
been'the bottom school
in 2B. Now we are sitting
in the middle of 1A, but to
me the injustice is to those
schools now in our district,
the Jays and the other ones
that are way down."


DISTRICT OVERHAUL: Crestview football program will go up against a revamped
district schedule this fall. Milton, the Dawgs' opponent in this photo, was
expected to be in, the same district as Crestview, but the Dawgs instead were
grouped with Niceville, fort Walton Beach and Mosley.


South' Walton's enroll-
ment of 566 students is al-
most twice that of Jay's 299
students and more than 200
greater than Freeport's en-
rollment of 354 students.
Kellogg pointed out that
at a small school, an extra
50 or 60 students is the
equivalent an entire class
from which a coach in any
sport can draw additional
athletes.
"They have what
amounts to another gradu-
ating class to drawfrom," he
said. "I don't thinkit's equal,
and it's sure not even.
"About the only positives
I can see is it will make
scheduling a lot easier, and
you still have a chance to
make the playoffs if you
lose one or two games."
Crestview's Matt
Brunson didn't voice any
strong complaints about a
District 2-4A that will see
Crestview joined by Fort
Walton Beach, Niceville
and Mosley. If anything,
he likes the new district
better than the originally
proposed District 1-4A that
would have grouped the
Dawgs with a cluster of
Pensacola schools.
"I like being in the dis-
trict with the schools from
Okaloosa County," he said.
"It would have been nice if
they had evened them up
and we would have been in
a five-team district.


"The more district
games the better because it
makes scheduling easier."
Brunson was referring
to the final District 1-4A,
whose members are Es-7
cambia, Milton, Navarre,
Pace, Pine Forest and
Tate.
He would have preferred
to see Navarre in District
2-4A as the fifth team.
"We will deal with the
hand we were dealt and go
with it from here," Brunson
said. "We were first aligned
in District 1 with all the
teams from. Escambia
County I'd rather be in the
district with teams from
our county."
Brunson likes the idea
of having an eight- or nine-
team district, as the FHSAA
had originally planned for
the higher classifications.
"We play a 10-game
schedule, and you have to
win two to get in the play-
offs," he said. "Our goal is
to get in the playoffs.
"If you had a big district,
you would play six or seven
games that were of high
importance and makes for
a little bit bigger gates and
a little bit bigger rivalries
and those type of things."

What are your thoughts
on the new FHSAA foot-
ball districts? Post your
thoughts .at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


REALIGNMENT
RUNDOWN

Breaking down the new
district alignments for
the Crestview and Baker
football programs

(2008 enrollment
and record)
DISTRICT 2-4A
CRESTVIEW*
1,951, 6-5
Fort Walton Beach*
1,907, 10-2
Mosley
2,036, 6-4
Niceville*
2,090, 9-2
DISTRICT 1-1A
BAKER*
435, 6-5
Bozeman*
539, 5-5
Freeport
354, 5-4
Holmes County
472, 1-9
Jay
299, 7-3
Northview
554, 2-8,
Sneads
395, 3-7
South Walton*
566, 9-3
Vernon
409, 5-4

* Made playoffs in 2008


Now that the final Florida High
School Athletic Association districts
for the 2009 and 2010 football seasons
have been announced, let the head
scratching begin.
From a local perspective, the only
thing the FHSAA got right was
placing Crestview in District
2-4A with Fort Walton Beach,
Niceville and Mosley instead of
a Pensacola-based District 1-
4A, as projected in December.
If you are looking for Choc-
tawhatchee, then you'll need to
look in District 1-3A. Choctaw RANDY
would have been one of the North
smallest Class 4A schools.in
the state with 1,754 students
and is expected to have an even
smaller enrollment come the fall, but
it's still hard to imagine the Indians
couldn't have competed in Class 4A.
Instead, Choctaw might well be-
come the largest Class 3A school in
the state.
And that's nothing compared to
what is happening in District 1-1A.
Class 1-A is supposed to be for
schools with student bodies of 259 to
521 students.
Something seems out of whack
when three schools that were slated
to play in Class 2B were granted their
petitions to move down to Class 1A.
Two of the three largest Class 1A
schools in Florida South Walton
with 566 students and Northview with
554 students -will be setting up shop
in District 1-1A.


I can't blame Seahawks coach Da-
vid Barron and the others for petition-
ing to move down.
I will blame the FHSAA for grant-
ing the petitions.
In a recent story in the Northwest
Florida Daily News, Barron
stated the move to Class 1A
would give South Walton a bet-
ter chance to be competitive.
When did a school's desire
to be competitive become a
legitimate reason for granting
a move down in classification?
DICKSON Baker was one of the small-
End Zone est schools in Class 2B the past
four years, but never once did I
hear Baker coach Bob Kellogg
or any of his assistants complain they
could do better if they were only in a
lower classification.
The only exceptions for allowing a
school to move down should be based
on travel and expenses to the school.
Niceville, with its 2,090 students, is a
good example of that exception. Nicev-
ille is technically 76 students over the
limit for Class 4A, but that difference
is minimal when talking about enroll-
ments of 1,740 tO.2,014 students (the
FHSAA-stated enrollment range for
Class 4A). Factor in that Niceville is
the only school west of Gainesville
large enough to be in Class 5A and
you have plenty of reasons to keep the
Eagles in 4A.
Kellogg and others are curious why
the FHSAA allowed Northview, Boze-
man and South Walton to move down


to Class 1A.
In the proposed District 1-2B, those
schools would have been grouped with
Pensacola Catholic, Marianna, Chi-
pley and Walton.
Now they are in a district with
Baker, Jay, Holmes County, Freeport,,
Vernon and Sneads.
The drive from South Walton to
Freeport or Northview to Jay might
not be so bad, but Northview and
South Walton will pass Marianna on
their way to Sneads, and Bozeman
added a pair of longer road trips to
Baker and Jay.
I don't envy FHSAA officials when
it comes to redistricting every two
years, but too often they seem to drop
the ball:
With the exceptions noted above,
it makes no sense to set student
body classification sizes and then not
abide by them. Jay, with 299 students,
shouldn't be expected to compete
with a South Walton school twice its
size.
By the same token, if the FHSAA
hadn't set Class 2B as being for
schools with 522 to 1,014 stidents,
maybe the schools on the small end of
the scale wouldn't have felt a need to
ask for the move down,
It doesn't make sense that the dif-
ference in student body sizes for Class
2B is 492 while in the larger Class 4A
it's only 274.
That's just one reason so many of
us are scratching our heads over the
new districts.


GOLF TIPS
FROM THE PRO

Getting up and

down starts

with getting up

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

All golfers find them-
selves in the greenside
rough at one time or an-
other More often than
not, the weekend hacker
has trouble getting the
ball near the pin with the
shot out of that rough.
In this week's Golf
Tips from the Pro, Heri-
tage Plantation PGA
teaching Pro Jeff Marks
talks about the best way.
'to land the ball softly to
set up a short putt.
On-these cold winter
days, a lot of times you are
not going to hit the greens
in regulation and the ball's
going to be just off the
green in the deep rough.
We have to figure a way
out of it and get up and
down from deep rough to
an elevated green.
The one problem I see
with a lot of amateurs: They
are off the green by 10 or
15 feet, and they are hit-
ting up to a pin that's near
the edge of the green, and
it's an elevated green, and
they are pulling out a seven-
iron and trying to stop it.
Well, that doesn't work.
If you watch the tour
pros, they take a very loft-
ed club, like a 60-degree,
and you want to maximize
your loft. We want to hit
the ball as. high as possible
to make it stop right away.
What I find with most
people is their ball flight
is too low and comes.in
with too much momentum.
When the ball hits, it takes
off. That makes it tough to
get up and down.
If the ball is sitting down
in the rough, we want a
shot that will pop up softly
and hit the edge of the
green and trickle down to
the hole.
You want to play the
ball between the middle of
your stance and your back
foot. If the ball is sitting
down, then you want to
play it back a lot.
You also want to open
your stance a little bit to the
,front foot. The reason is, if
you get a little bit open; it's
easier to come in steeper
on the shot.
We also open the
wedge a little more to the
right. (to the left for left-hand-
ers). The more we open the
wedge, the more loft we
create on the club. If you
watch the tour pros, they
take their 60-degree and
turn it open, and it be-
comes about 64 degrees.
We also want to set our
weight into our front leg a
little bit, which promotes
hitting down. Also forward
press your hands just a little
bit. When I say "a little
bit," I mean about an inch
or two, and that will help
you hit down as well.
In other words, you
want to get in a situation
where you can dig and yet
you have a lot of loft on
the face.
The last part of this that
we want to keep in mind
is we want to maintain
the loft of the club through
impact. As we hit down on
the shot, it is very important
to feel that we keep the
club face open. We don't
let the toe of the club roll
over, or that will change
the loft.
If you have any ques-
tions for Jeff Marks, then
e-mail them to Randy
Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com
or mail them to Randy
Dickson, 295 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536.


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