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breaking news, visit
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INSIDE


Meeting the
congressman




The way of
the cross
3


Softball
showdowns
next week
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WEATHER
SHigh 78
W Low 59
Partly cloudy with a
20 percent chance of
showers. Winds southeast
at 11 mph. i
Sunrise 6:15 a.m.
Sunset 7:17 p.m.

TABLE OF'
CONTENTS
OBITUARIES ........................... 3
EDUCATION ............................ 4
MILITARY...........................
CLASSIFIEDS.......................... 9
SPORTS ............................. 12

Award Winning 5
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,34th Year *Number 29
12 Pages 1 Section


Fallen hero returns home


Wendy Victora
Florida Freedom Newspapers
DOVER AFB, Del. The body of a
young Crestview soldier killed in Iraq , .
on Sunday was flown here early Tues- '.* ....
*. day afternoon, where ' |
his parents and sib-
lings waited for him.
Army Spe. Mi- i
chael Anaya, 23, died ,
in Bayji, northwest
mof Baghdad, when an
improvised explosive
device detonated near
MICHAEL his vehicle.
ANAYA His parents, Car-
melo Sr. and Cheryl,,
and his older siblings, Carmelo Jr.
and Trista Moffett, watched as the
flag-draped box carrying his body
See FALLEN HERO 7
PATCROWE II


Tea time in


Crestview


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW TEA PARTY: Demonstrators at the Crestview TEA party displayed a variety of signs
to show their displeasure with what many consider wasteful government spending.

'Tea party' demonstration draws hundreds


'Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
A crowd estimated at 400 people came to
downtown Crestview on Wednesday to
showthey are "tea'd" off by what they see
as wasteful government spending.
The Citizens Against More Taxes committee
hosted a "tea party" for attendees to "come and
let your elected officials know that you are tired
of the waste and abuse at all levels of our govern-
ment."
Attendees crowded around the Okaloosa
Veterans Memorial and ringed the intersection
of State Road 85 and U.S. Highway 90. They held
signs with slogans, such as "Give me liberty, no


debt," and "No public money for private failure."
Similar events were held across the nation on
Wednesday. April 15 was selected as the date be-
cause it was the deadline for federal tax returns.
Dan Bowers Sr., Dan Bowers Jr. and Craig
Shaw of the Citizens Against More Taxes Com-
mittee discussed the goal of the Crestview tea
party.
Crestview News Bulletin: The Citizens
Against More Taxes committee initially was
formed in response to the North Okaloosa
Fire District funding referendums, the last of
which was March 10. When was the decision
See TEA PARTY 5


DIGNIFIED
TRANSFER: A
carry team.
carries the
transfer case
containing
the remains
of Army Spc.
Michael J.
Anaya, of.
Crestview,
who died in
Operation
Iraqi Freedom,
during the
dignified
transfer at
Dover Air Force
Base in Dover,
Del., Tuesday..


Road

proposal

raises

eyebrows

Brian Hughes
"Crestview News Bulletin
Motorists will tell you
there are some givens when
you travel State Road 85
through Crestview.
As sure as the sun rises,
no matter the time of day
or night, you will always, al-
ways, always catch the red
lights at Stillwell Boulevard,
Redstone Ayenue and prob-
ably the one at U.S. Highway
90, too.
Plus, there always will be
people who just won't main-
tain the speed limit through
most of town.
The "SR 85 Access Man-
agement Plan" doesn't do
anything to sequence the,
traffic lights, but by closing
almost 80 access points to
the highway, it hopes, to do
something to improve the
flow of traffic.
Unveiled by. the State
of Florida Department of
Transportation at an open
house before Monday night's
Crestview city council meet-
ing, the series of annotated
aerial photographs shows a
progression of spots where,
if the plan is approved, mo-
torists will no longer be able
to get on S.R. 85 or turn left
across the opposite flow of
traffic.
-The project is a coopera-
tive effort of the DOT, Oka-
loosa County and the city of
Crestview.
"The thought was to de-
velop something the city, the
county and the DOT can all
partner on," said traffic en-
gineer Ryan Wetherell with
Kimley-Horn & Associates,
the state's traffic consultant
on the project.
In preparing the plan,
Kimley-Horn studied exist-
ing and future traffic vol-
umes, accident data, vehicle
conflict areas, access stan-
dards and heavy vehicle
movements.
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Saturday, April 18, 2009


1936-2009


Leroy E. Keene Jr., age
73, of Milton, Fla., passed
away Monday, April 13,
2009. He was born Feb. 6,
1936, in Rockledge, Ga., to
the late Leroy E. Keene
Sr. and Mellie Chrisp
Keene.
Leroy was a self-em-
ployed truck driver who
enjoyed his job very much.
He also enjoyed raising
cattle and working around
the house. Leroy always
had a great sense of hu-
mor.
In addition to his par-
ents, Leroy is preceded in
death by his sister, Betty.
He is survived by his
wife, Porfiria, and son,


Dante, both of Milton; f
daughters, Mellie, Ma
Lorna, Libia and Kar
all of Los Angeles, Ca
one brother, Joe, of. I
ton; two sisters, Audrey
Pargould, Ark., and R
of Greensboro, N.C.;
grandchildren; and ma
other relatives, cous
and friends.
A celebration of life
be planned later by
family.
National Crematior
Burial Society of Mil
has charge of the arran
ments.
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Thursday, 7:23 a.m.
Yes, this' is for the people in
five Santa Rosa County that talk about
ria, fire fighters riding around in their
*en, trucks. I agree with their concerns.
lif.; I wish they would take their tax
Mil- off my tax bill and bill me directly.
y of This isn't a tax, but actually a bill. I
uth would be more than happy to sup-
10 port them if they sent me a bill in-
any stead of this tax.
sins

win Wednesday, 8:19 p.m.
the This is Bill. To clarify one or more
things about Air Force One. When
n & the president uses it, they have to
ton use two other transporters to carry
ige- his helicopter and his bullet proof
limo, as well as all the support peo-
now ple. They have a 30 to 55 mile cush-
iest ion when they travel, get a fighter
itu- escort, local police get overtime to
3ga- make sure the roads are blocked,
and so much more that it costs mil-
lions of dollars. Leave the planes on
the ground and save money while
doing your job in Washington.

Wednesday, 6:25 a.m.
Hi this is Clara. I want to comn-
ment about the eagerness of the
City of Milton Police Department to
stop people for speeding. They do a
u-turn so quickly in the road they
y are going to get someone killed.
And the other day my husband was
ITY stopped'for supposedly flocking a
"'* cigarette butt on the road. We have
no ashtray or cigarette lighter
* in our car and he doesn't smoke..
These people need to be watched


because I am afraid they are going
to get someone killed.

Wednesday, 6:12 p.m.
Yes, this is Marie. It is kind of
sad to hear this because I remem-
ber then Governor Lawton Chiles
say we should build more schools
in nicer places and fewer, jails.
Now we are building more jails
and fewer schools and that is kind
of sad. People should learn from
their mistakes and stay away from
trouble. -

Wednesday, 5:05 p.m.
Yes, this is Bill. I see the sheriff
-is trying to hire a civilian to help
save the county money during all
of these cutbacks. I would like to
inform him that letting deputies
drive home in sheriff's cars, espe-
cially those who live out of county,
takes a great deal out of the county
coffers and is a waste of our mon-
ey.

Wednesday, 1:43 p.m.
Hello, I am very happy to know
they are putting cameras out there
at the intersections. Every time I
am out I stop and there are people
running the red lights, beside me.
I am sure this will prevent many
accidents. I am glad they are doing
this. This is Lena.

Wednesday, 1:01 p.m.
Hi this is Kirk. As far as the red
light cameras in Milton goes, I am
concerned there are not enough


Santa Rosa County to have traffic issues


Press Gazette Staff Reports
Starting last night and continuing
for the next two weeks, the 1-10 east-
'bound lane on the Blackwater River
Bridge, in.Santa Rosa County, will be
reduced to one-lane from 7 a.m. until
7 p.m. daily.
Crews from World Fiber will be
installing conduit on the bridge as
part of the Freeway Management
System.
Motorists .are reminded to use cau-


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
.williamson@santarosa.fl.gov.
District.? Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone'98'3-1877. E-mail is comm-
cole@santarosa:flgov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Highway;
Pace, FL ,32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salier@sariaiooa fl qgv
Distrir i1 Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. Email is'
comm-goodin@santarosi.fl.gov.
p District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santarosa.fl.gov.
I The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.,
on second, and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee'dt 9 a.m. Mondayspreceding the Thursday
meetings. Meeiings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

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tion and to obey the posted speed limit
when traveling through a work zone.
Other traffic issues in the county
include:
Deaton Bridge Road in the Har-
old area is closed at the bridge due to
water on the road.
North Airport Road at River
Road-in East Milton is closed due to
water on the roadway .
Horn Road is closed between
2341 & 2373 due to a wash out. Detour
is Highway 178 to the south and Last


SElected OFFICIALS


Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399, 488-4441. E-mail:
fl_governor@myflorida.com.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longwdrth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone'(local) 479-
1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E-
mail: www.house.gov/ieffmiller.
SENATE
Sen. Mel ..Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone 202-224-
3041; fax 202-228-5171.
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone 202-224-
5274, fax 202-224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE.
President Barack Obama: The White House, 1600
Pennylvariio Ave., Washington, D.C., 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.
:*'Vica President Joe, Biden: Office of the Vice
President,' White 'House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.


'* Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 .Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@legstate.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The. Capitol, 400 S. District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


Chance Road to the north.
Williams Lake Road open with
hazards
Wells Pond Road in the Jay ar-
ea open with hazards
Dunsford Road in the Browns-
dale (Jay) area will be closed at the
bridge through Monday, May 4, for
bridge work. The detour is Chu-
muckla Highway to the west and Bud
Diamond Road to the east.
Lakeside Court is open but with
hazards.


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
Ssantarosa.k12.fl.us.
S District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.k2.fl.us.
'* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
.Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonij@mail.
santarosa.k12:fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III, 1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
, p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchfist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qdalls, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for' your elected officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette. Know your leaders; stay in touch.


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Obituary.


of them and the fines aren't high
enough. The people who are com-
plaining must be the ones running
the red lights.

Wednesday, 12:34 p.m.
This is a comment to Dill, who
keeps saying that he does not want
to shop in Milton now. I want to let
him know he doesn't have to come
to Milton. There are plenty of other
places he can shop. Thank you.

Tuesday, 8:14 p.m.
Hi this is Justin. I would like
to urge everyone to contact his or
her leaders to support the Florida
Forever Program. We have beauti-
ful forest, swamps and rivers. If we
do not support this program, then
our property values will go down
and cheap recreation items will
come in during this hard economic
times.

Monday, 6:46 p.m.
My name is Bud.. My message is
there has been trillions of dollars
spent on this bailout. Some say
between 12 and 14-trillion dollars.
Listening to Washington they are
going to need many more dollars
for medical, banks, automakers and
others requesting help. The Press-
Gazette runs the names and phone
numbers to your leaders. You need
to call these people and let them
know your opinion. If we don't do
this our county will go bankrupt. I
am doing only what one person can
do. What are you doing?


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Saturday, April 18, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Following the way of the cross


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview's Main Street
. became its own Via Della
Rosa on the morning of
Good Friday when 21 kids
from the Assembly of God's
X-Treme Student Ministries
followed the cross .n a path
of self-discovery;
Shouldering the cross
as it went through town
was Jake Taylor,. one of
the group's older teens.
Accompanied by; Pastor
Dave Barrentine, the kids
began af their South Fer-
don Avenue church, where
three had spent a couple
hours up on crosses in front
of the church Friday morn-
ing.
As the group processed
up Main Street, they paused
and held a prayer.circle at,
the Okaloosa County Veter-
ans Memorial at the court-
house. They then turned
west on' U.S. Highway 90
and continued their jour-
ney.
The procession at-
tracted positive responses
from many motorists, who


: ., BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletmin
FOLLOW THE CROSS: Jake Taylor bears the cross as
members of the Crestview Assembly of God's X-Treme
Student Ministries processed through town on their teh-
mile journey to raise awareness of the true meaning
of Easter., .


tooted their horns, called
put "Happy Easter!" and
waved in appreciation. "Yo,',
Jesus!" shouted a motorcy-
clist, pumping his fist in the
air in salute, as'he passed
heading in the opposite di-
rection.
"We are making this
10-mile journey to raise
'awareness of" the true
meaning of Easter," Pastor.


, Barrentine explained.
He said the walk will also
raise moneyforthe church's
Speed of Light mission,
which provides cars and
gas to missionaries.
"We're -walking, so
missionaries don't have to,"
Barrentine said.
The group took
another ten-mile journey,
on April 11.


SFrom the PULPIT. :


Feor: Man's first and last enemy


Obituaries

Orlie Earl "Joe" Hooper


EGG-CEPTIONAL EASTER BASKETS
PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview
News Bulletin
EASTER CELEBRATION:
0Sarah Craig (top) and
Elena Robledo (bottom)
are presented huge
Easter baskets by CCB
SCommunity Bank President
Jill Cadenhead and the
Easter bunny. Sarah,
a fifth-grade student at
Northwood Elementary,
and 3-year-old Elena won
the baskets as door prizes
during the bank's first
( $annual Easter Celebration.,
The Easter Celebration
included the Easter Bunny,
egg give-a-way, games,.
refreshments and photos by
Kay Brown Photography.
S The event is lust one of
the many community
activities sponsored by the
CCB Community Bank in
Crestview.


Doris J. Lambert, 77,
of Baker, passed away
Thursday, April 9. 2009.
She was born June 23,
1931 in Jonesboro,'Ark.,
and moved to Okaloosa
County in 1976.
'She ws preceded in
death by her husbands,
David James Sr. and
Gaston Lambert; son,,
Doris Jerome (Jerry)
James; and her mother,
Elsie Denbow.
Survivors include


Mr. Joe Hooper, 87,
of McEwen, Tenn. and
Crestview, was born on
Sept. 2, 1921 in McEwen
and went to be with the
Lord on April 13, 2009.
He was an U.S. Army
World War II and U.S. Air
Force veteran.
He was a retired
machinist at Eglin Air
Force Base.
Mr. Hooper was
preceded in death by
his parents, James
Marvin and Clara Curtis



Harry R May, 79, of
Crestview, passed away
Saturday, April 11, 2009 at
home. He was born Aug.
3,1929 in Parker, Ark, and
moved to Okaloosa County
in 1956. He was a veteran
of the United States Navy.
He was preceded in
death by his son, Michael
R. May and grandson,
Jamey Riley.
Survivors include his
wife of 57 years, Tina May,



Bessie L. Foster, 64,
of Crestview, was called
home to.be with our Lord
Sunday, April 5, 2009.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, April 11
at Christian Family Life
Ministry with Thomas
Tucker officiating and with
McKinnie Funeral Home
directing.
Born and raised in
Crestview, Bessie was the
third of 11 children born to.
Ernest and Lessie Foster.
She was a good mother
to her child and to her
nieces and nephews. She


Doris J. Lambert
three sons, David J.
James (Linda), Darryl J.
James (Amy) and Dennis
J. James (Angie); special
friend and companion for
23 years, Bo Henderson;
four grandchildren,'
Charity Hubbard,
Rebekah Barrperree,
Daniel James and
Jonathan Greene; four
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were.
held at 2 p,m. Monday,
April 13 in the, chapel of


Hooper; wife of 53 years,
Bertha Snowden Hooper;
brothers, Marvin,
Leonard and Oscar
Hooper; sisters, Lela
Cline, Louvenia Shanks
and Ola McClanahan.
He is survived by
a son, Kevin Joseph
Hooper, Lebanon, Tenn.;
three grandchildren,
Rachel, Rebecca and
Daniel Hooper; several
nieces, nephews and
many friends,
Visitation was held


Harry R. May
of Crestview; son, Kerry
Lynn'May of Dothan,
Ala.; daughter, Cynthia
Courtney of Crestview;
four grandchildren,
Michael May, .Christopher
Sean Riley, Jordan
Michael May and Ryder
JamisonMay; one great-
granddaughter, Brianna
Jenee Riley.
Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m. Tuesday,
April 14 at First Assembly


Bessie Lee Foster
was always willing and
ready to be the babysitter
for her grandchildren and
the children of her family
and friends. Bessie will be
greatly missed by all that
knew her.
She was preceded
in death by her mother,
Lessie Foster; brother,
Ernest Foster; and sister,
Annie R. Means.
Bessie leaves to
cherish her memories,
her only child, Patricia *
Foster Roach (Rodney);
grandchildren LaKenya
Foster, Mary (William)


Brackney Funeral Service
with Pastor Donnie
Cadenhead officiating.
Burial followed in Shady
Grove Cemetery. The
family received friends
from noon to 2 p.m.
Brackney Funeral
Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
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remembrance or view
the guest book for Doris
Lambert online at www.
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Eugene Strickland
,Okaloosa Baptist Association
Fear is man's No. 1
enemy. It was the first
enemy which attacked
man. When, at the
beginning, man broke the
commandment of God
and then heard the voice
of God as He walked in
the Garden, he was afraid
and hid himself among the
trees of the Garden. The
Apostle Paul called death
the "last enemy," and since
man fears death, fear is,
therefore, man's first and
last enemy.,
S How many kinds of
fear there are. If one had
the power to look into
the hearts and minds of
people, what a multitude
of fears would be revealed:
Fear for the body, fear of
sickness, fear of poverty,.
fear of losing one's job, fear
of criticism and loneliness
and old age and the past
and things present and,
things to come.
It is not strange then
that the Bible has so
much to say on the subject
of fear. Almost more


frequently than anything.
else, it says, "fear not,"
'"don't be afraid,'; "be of
good courage," and "don't
let your.heart be troubled."
This note echoes
through the book of ,
Psalms: "...and when I
walk through the valley of
the shadow of death; I will
not fear any evil..." (Psalm
23) and, "I sought the
Lord, and He heard me,
and delivered me from all
my fears." (Psalm 34).
Many of our fears
are real, but many are
imaginary. George
Herbert, a gifted English
poet, had a saying about
ghosts: If you see a ghost
at night, the thing to do is
to go up to it and speak to
it, and you will find that the
ghost is nothing more than
a sheet hung out to dry!
The prophet Isaiah
said, "I will trust and not
be afraid."
Perhaps that is the
secret to dealing with
fears. Trust in Him who'
is God. When Jesus was
sleeping peacefully that
night on the pillow in the
stern of the ship, and the


wind was howling, and
the waves were roaring,
the frightened disciples
' awakened Him and asked,
"Don'tjyou care that we
are perishing?"
Jesus then got up and
rebuked the wind and
the waves, and there was
a great calm. Then He
turned to the disciples
and asked, "Why are you
so afraid? Do you have no,
faith?" With Christ on the
ship with them, the winds
and waves could not hurt
them.
Perhaps that speaks to
6ur fears in 2009, such as
terrorism ... the economy
... crime ... failing health
... what will it be like the
second after I breathe my
last breath?
The solution is trust in
Him who created us and
who created the universe
and who sustains us and
it. To be sure, there is no
remedy to fear outside a
personal relationship with
Him through Jesus Christ.
And everyone can have
that personal relationship
by receiving Him as Savior
and Lord.


Church BRIEFS


; Please turn in- your
church news briefs to the
News Bulletin by 12 p.m.
on Wednesday.

EVENTS

CAR WASH: The Cal-
vary Apostolic Church is
preparing for its annual
spring car wash to benefit
the Back to School Bash in
August.
The car wash is on April
25 at the AutoZone at 2045


S. Ferdon Blvd. in Crest-
view from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
All funds collected support
the Back to School Bash.
The church is asking
businesses to support the
car wash with the purchase
of car wash tickets. Cost is
$25 for 35 tickets and $40
for 70 tickets.
For details, contact Pas-
tor Charles Braneff at 423-
1198 or 758-6000.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held


on the first Saturday of
the month. Funds gener-
ated are used for Epiphany
Episcopal' Church's out-
reach activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available
inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-
3437 for details.
The church is located
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10 a.m. until the funeral
service at 2 p.m. at Luff-
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McEwen. The Rev. Ken
Young officiated, with
interment following in the
Curtis Chapel Cemetery
in McEwen. Luff-Bowen
Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Joe
Hooper online at www.
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of God with the Rev. Mark
English officiating. Burial
followed in Live Oak Park
Memorial Cemetery. The
family received friends one
hour prior to the service.
Brackney Funeral.
Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Harry
R. May online at www.'
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Gregory and LaToyia
Foster, all of Crestview;
sisters, Betty Jo Cook of
Troy, Ala., Mary Rolland
of Atlanta, Carolyn Foster
and Sarah Jackson,
both of Crestview;
brother, Eugene Foster
of Crestview; 10 great-
grandchildren, and a
host of nieces, nephews
and other relatives and
friends.
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Education


Saturday, April 18, 2009


SCHOOL
BOARD

UPDATE
District 4 Okaloosa County
School District board member
Cathy Thigpen provided this
report from the board's Monday
meeting.
Our superintendent, Dr.
Alexis Tibbetts, will be holding,
two more public forums to


discuss budget issues for the
2009-10 school year. They are
Tuesday from 5:30-7 p.m.
in the Choctawhatchee
High School auditorium
and April 23 from 5:30-7
p.m. in the Crestview
High School auditorium.
Each school and
district office has been
sent a budget with a CATHY
10 percent decrease in
appropriations for the2009-10
school year. The final budget
from Tallahassee is not expected


until May. We hope the cuts will
not be deeper.
-- Richbourg Middle
School is planning
a special event for
May 7. After this school
year, the school will
no longer been known
as Richbourg Middle
School. Staff and
HIGPEN faculty will be hosting
a Richbourg Farewell
Celebration from 5-7 p.m. My
husband, my son and I attended
this school, as well as many


other community members. I
hope to see you there! Plans
will be available for you to see
regarding what will become of
the school.
The school board will be
addressing the issue of corporal
punishment at ournext school
board meeting. Our policy now
allows corporal punishment with
parental consent. If you would
like to offer an opinion, please
e-mail me at caleejo@cox.net.
With seven weeks of school
left, the school calendars are


filled with proms, band concerts,
ball games, honor assemblies
and field trips. I appreciate all
the hard work by the students,
teachers, staff and parents that
help make these occasions
possible. You helped make
Okaloosa County Schools the
best.
"School Board Update"
appears in the News Bulletin
following meetings of the
Okaloosa County School
District board.


Antioch Elementary HONOR ROLL


A Honor Roll
First grade: Blair,
Emma / Bohannon, Brittni
/ Bramlett, Sage / Broyles,
Ian /Cannon, Julianna /
Cheney, Kaylee/ Connolly,
Thomas / Daugherty,
Emily / Groover, Jordyn /
Kaiser, Eliska / Kile, Erica
/ Mahn, Lauren / Tofte,
Elizabeth / Windham,
Allyson / Zanfardino, Bella.
Second grade: Allen,
Logan C. / Brammer,
Anna-Grace / Cabrillas,
Derek / Clark, Daniel,/
Eastman, Caleb / Fuszner,
Jadyn / Johnson, Shelby
/ Kempski, Elizabeth /
Klose, Jen-Yi / LaRue,,
Rani / Maharaj, Madison /
Mesta, Clarissa / Peoples,
Derek/ Pourcillie, Garrit


/ Robinson, Emily / Sims,
Adonis / Small, Randi /
Staples, Jonathan / Stutler,
Jordan / Tiller, Frank /
Tofte, Zach / Triplett, Lee.
Third grade: Everett,
Schwieg / Flowers,
Hayleigh / Geier, Julia /
Lewis, Kirstin / Philpott,
Abby / Philpott, Erin /
Scheer-Martinez, Sandra.
Fouth grade: Grois,
Gabriella / Johnson, Alyssa
/ Kelsey, Hannah / Stegner,
Quinn/ Via, Caitlin.
Fifth'grade: Parsons,
Rachel / Philpott, Cory /
Saldana, Tani.

A-B Honor Roll
First grade: Anderson,
Mason / Berfanger, Kyra /
Bertling, Gracie /Bowers,


Eric / Brown, Anthony /
Cage, Greyson / Caldwell,
Carson / Carr, Jadelyn /
Carroll, Brian / Carroll,
Kaylie / Cooke, Isaiah /
Crumb, Daniel / Dale,
Patrick/ Erk, Matthew
/ Fox, Kaitlyn / Genest,
Cameron / Gilbert, Shawn
/ Hearn, Caitlyn / Herbert,
Anisa / Howell, Michael
/ Kim, Ju hui / Laggett,
Madalyn / Laird, David
/ Lee, Bralyn / Lee,
Brandie /Lewis, Jasmin
/ Madden, Aaron / Miller,
Kody /Moore, Andrew /
Nusbaum, Logan / Phillips,
Lisa / Plenge, Sheppard
/ Reyes, Dheaven / Riley,
Madison / Rogers, Stephen
/ Ronhaar, Emma/ Shore,
Kristen / Simms, Sara /


Small, Georgia / Small,
Jarren / Sordelet, Asia
/ Stone, Dallas / Taylor,
Christian / Thompson,
Madison / Thursby, Logan /
Tobin, Mystee / Tompkins,
Hayleigh / Trotter, Shayla
/ Turberville, Aime / Van
Zandt, Natlie / Veale,
Braeden / Veneziale,
Jonathan / Wheelbarger,
Alexandra / Wiese, Sarah
/ Wrobble, Heather/
Zanfardino, Lilli.
Second grade: Adams,
Anna / Anderson, Heidi /
Aviles, Alexis / Bicknell,
Rylee / Blum, Audrey /
Brown, Latavaius / Byrd,
Dianna / Caldwell, William
/ Campbell, Slade / Canady,
Terriaon / Cisneros, Monet
/ Coffey, Matthew / Daluz,


Claria / Davis, Kale /
Dianat, Trinity / Duenas,
Natalie / Edwards, Dalton
/ Esmeralda, Anthony /
Griffin, Makensie / Hines,
Tenasha / Hood, Josiah /
Johnson, Kailey / Johnson,
Paige / Kelsey, Rachel
/ Kendrick, Joycelyn /
Kline, Joshua / Landen,
Haven /Lay, McKenna /
Loften, Gabby / Matthews,
Kyshaya / Mensen, Marisa
/ Meredith, Zacchari /
Mincey, Trinity / Moore,
Jahara / Morales, Anthony.
/ Norris, Bryson/ North, .
Madison / Paquet, Audra /
Parrish, Dakari / Paxton,
Shaylah / Riffle, Joshua
/ Roberts, Gabriel!/
Robinson, Haylie / Rusco,
Mitchell / Rushing, Jade /


Sanders, Natalie / Schultz,
Gregory / Seward, Cody
/ Sexton, Emily / Shore,
Cassidy / Stokes, Melea
/ Syed, Zuhair / Thomas,
Brayden / Thompson,
Bailey / Washington,
Amber / Watson, Joseph
/ Williams, Jack / Willis,
Daisy / Wintle, Hagen /
Zoltek, Shannon.
Third grade: Anchor,
Sarah / Birkhead, Catherine
/ Bouchard, Milton /
Bouchard, Rod / Bowers,
Anthony / Bragg, Evan
/ Bumgardner, TaylorJ
Cabarle, Emily / Carrico,
Austin / Cole, Lauren /
Couey, Dyllon / Day, Ashlyn /
Erk, Stephen /
Fields, Jasmine /
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Fisher, Brianna / Flavors,
Mondreus / Garcia-Thornton,
Ricky / Green, James / Huetter,
Jacob / Inness, Katelynn /
Johnson, Nicholas / Jordan, Gabe
/ Jornacion, EJ / Killen, Joseph
/ Kirkpatrick, Ailee / Little, Max
/ Lock, Xavier / Madden, Emily
/ Maine, Sean / Marsh, Sydney
/ Mensen, Kelsi / Meredith,
Hannah / Metral, Henry /
Morrison, Hunter / Oyler, Kylie /
Parsons, Robert / Pereira, Kayla
/ Pierce, Miranda / Rodriguez,
Carlos / Scheiterle, Aaron /
Sessions, Brandon / Sienko,
-Brent/ Simmons,.Holly / Simon,
Rachel / Stoutenburgh, Ryan /
Strom, Hannah / Stuart, Ashton
fSyed,Ammar / Vasko, Katrina
/ Ward, lan / Williamson, Jaida /
Woodard, Jacob / Wrathell, Jade.
Fourth grade: Acol, Andrew
/ Adams, Nick / Barnes,
Nathaniel / Bertling, Daniel
/ Brock, Morgan / Cabrillas,
Kaitlin / Carter, Jazzmin /
Cheney, Brendan / Critcher,
Taylor / Dewise, Cade /
Epperson, Christopher / Feole,
Derek / Finch, Kanon / Flores,
Ashley / Francis, Emily /
Gerard, Hunter / Gunter, Drew
/ Henderson, Sklyer / Howell,


Hannah / Jimenez, Luis /
Johnson, Nathan / Kane, Alexis
/ Kelley, Preston / Kennedy,
Christian / La Guerre, Tania
/ Lawson, Jaylah / Loften,
Wimberly / Mears, Brenden
/ Menard, Michael / Milligan,
Jacob / Mollura, Gage /
Mullarkey, Braxton / Pope, Ryan
/ Ramsey, Joshua / Robinson,
Jennifer /Rogers, Marisa /
Ross, Colby / Slingerland, Ryan /
Springle, Joshua / Tolbert, Tate
/ Ward, Destiny/ Wesolowski,
Vincent / West, Timothy /
Williams, Ty / Young, Christian.
Fifth grade: Allen, Parker /
Anchor, Thomas / Armstrong,
Corey / Balazs, Erika / Bush,
Chris / Calderwood, Brittany
/ Calimlim, Justin / Chisolm,
Jalaiyah / Coffey, Aaron / Cole,
Shelby / Coleman, Alexander /
Coleman, Alexis / Davis, Erin /
Ferguson, Aaron / Forsee, David
/ Gainer, Malique / Groover,
Anthony / Harris, Christina /
Hodge, Mikayla / Horlacher,
Maura / Johnson, Ian / Jones,
Austin / Logan, Sean / Mincey,
Andrew / Porter, Alexis / Riffle,
Chrissy / Schwieg, Julia /
Showler, Richard / Slaughter,
Emily.


made to look into other activi-
ties?
Craig Shaw: "It was imme-
diately after the election was
over. We sat down and had a little
follow-up meeting and decided
we would look for another oppor-
tunity to address some issues.
We just sat in (Dan Bowers Jr.'s)
office one morning and said, 'We
ought to do one of those tea par-
ties.'"
CNB: Is there a specific is-
sue that concerns you the most
at this point? This area has had
no shortage of material of late.
Craig Shaw: "One of the first
phrases we threw out for consid-
eration to represent our thoughts
was 'No more bailouts. No more
bonuses.' That can apply to fed-
eral and local levels."
CNB: What do you hope is
the result of this tea party?
Craig Shaw: "I hope we raise
public awareness in our town and
get more people involved in the
decision-making process vis-a-vis
the voting process. I would like
to see people get more excited
about the idea of having a voice
and expressing their voice.


Dan Bowers Jr.: "One of the
things that may come out of what
is currently making the news
right now is maybe there needs to
be a little more scrutiny from in-
dividuals into what is happening
in our government."
Dan Bowers Sr.: "One of the
things I hope comes out of it is
the people who I think ought to
be responsible for the oversight
of our tax money step up to the
plate and do their job. If you fol-
low the (suspended Okaloosa
County Sheriff) Charlie Morris
thing or the Chris Hughes thing
(the Okaloosa County Tax Collec-
tor's office handed out more than
$600,000 in bonuses over a three-
year period), every.time it makes
the paper, someone is saying,
'Oh, well, they are constitutional
officers. We don't have any over-
sight over the way they spend
their money.' They are making
excuses for not overseeing what
is being done. They can say they
don't have responsibility all they
want to, but the fact of the mat-
ter is they approve the budget,
and they can cut that if they want
to. Our people have got to pay
more attention to how tax dollars
are spent. If they know people


are watching, they'll pay more
attention to what they're doing."
CNB: What else would you
like people to know about this
tea party?
Dan Bowers Jr.: "With less
than 60 votes, I can be mayor of
Laurel Hill. With less than 250
votes, I can be on the board of
directors of the (North Okaloosa)
fire district. I can be a Crestview
city councilman for less than 750
votes. With less than 13,000 votes
I can be a county commissioner.
Those are things where a small
amount of votes help. In those
small elections, we hope to be
able to encourage other citizens
to be involved. It applies at the
local and county and state level
- and federal level, as well, but
the federal government is a bit
too big of a bite for us to consider
right now. Unfortunately, we've
got no opportunity for correction
there. But we can start locally
and allow that to move out from
this little community here."
Dan Bowers Sr.: "We can't do
anything about the national level,
but we can affect the local level.
Make people aware of what is go-
ing on, and let them decide."


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LOCAL GOP MEETS MONDAY


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BqLLETIN


PARADE PRIZE: Local Republicans participate
the Feb. 7 Mardi Gras Parade in Fort Waltc
Beach, representing both OCREC and Repu
Women of Okaloosa Federated. From left a
Micki Gramm (RWOF), Marijo Strauss (RW
President and OCREC), Bob Strauss (OCRE
Carol Carter (RWOF vehicle designer), Bar
Wall (RWOF and OCREC Chairman), Dino
Minutillo (OCREC Vice Chairman) and Mar
Gorecki (RWOF). The Okaloosa County
Republican Executive Committee will meet,
Monday at 6 p.m. at the Niceville City Cou
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BOARD MEMBERS: The Okaloosa County Republican Club announces its 2009
Board of Directors: Mark Franks, President; Jeff Watson, 1 st Vice-President of
Programs; Luoma\Franks, 2nd Vice-President of Membership; Ilene Gaines,
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BIRTH
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are pleased to announce
the birth of their son, Tay- .
lor Patrick Windham.
Taylor was born Feb. 18
at Wesley Medical Center.
He weighed 5 pounds and 7
ounces, and was 18 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents
are the late Jimmy & Edna
Barber of Taylorsville. Ma-
ternal great-grandmother
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lorsville. Special Mawmaw
is Patricia Tatum. of Ellis-
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Windham of Bay Springs
and. Kay Butterfield of
Crestview.
Taylor was welcomed
home by his big brother
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ncil Reunion will be held May May 1. Caf6 tables will be member. Call Carolyn downtown Atlanta acting
9 at the Laurel Hill School added in the open dining Williams at 850-598-1057. like a tourist. Linda
) lunchrootn. Doors area and tables on Heartfelt condolences joined us for two days,
ties of open at 10 a.m. the porches for a la to the family of our dear adding to my enjoyment.
ies o Upon arrival carte menu items neighbor, Lola Mae The Georgia Aquarium
pick up your like tea and dessert, Peters, age 88; of Laurel is amazing and near the
reserved tickets and luncheon tea. Hill, passed away April CNN building, where
: or purchase The beautifully 13, 2009, at Shoal Creek we did the Studio Tour.
your last-minute decorated rooms Rehab in Crestview. She Afterwards we had dinner
tickets and I will remain the leaves behind loved ones at my favorite restaurant,
register for door ESTELLE same for afternoon and precious memories of Carrabba's Italian Grill.
prizes. There wil ROGERS tea service. Ring her life. Saturday we shopped
be an excellent Up on the Hill 420-2305 for more Walt Vermillion lived and had lunch at the
buffet of finger information or to in Laurel Hill for many Cheesecake Factory.
foods for your enjoyment schedule a reservation for years and now resides 'On Sunday we went to
while visiting with ageless afternoon tea. Children's in Reno, Nev., where he Oak Park Church where
classmates and friends, party services will also be enjoys seeing family and, my grands and.greats
For a second year available. Congratulations precious grandchildren. (wearing their invisible
a scholarship will be and best wishes to Erica However, he will always halos) attend. After a
presented to a most, and her family. remember and keep in wonderful service we
deserving Laurel Hill The Alzheimer touch with his Laurel Hill gathered at a Chinese
High student, using funds support group was held on friends on a regular basis. buffet for a farewell lunch.
donated for this reunion. Thursday at the Baptist Our golf cart needed Yvonne Jordan,
Laurel Hill High was Church activities building, a new battery, and I daughter Malissa, son
featured the last two followed by Covenant discovered U*S Battery Chase and I appreciate
years in the "U.S. News Hospice's National Warehouse in Crestview, the quietness of a slower
& World Report" survey Healthcare Decision 1108 N. Ferdon Blvd. paced life after going to
on successes for students Day activity. The snacks Owner Rick Senn went the big city!
leaving high school and were beyond our past beyond the call of duty by "Go Green" is seen
going on to'further their memories, a chocolate delivering and installing wherever we go these
education. Thiswill affair! The ladies used the battery for us without days. In the grocery store
continue that tradition chocolate in many, any extra charge. He the Green departments
nC, with your best donation. different ways regardless told me, "We are here for continue toget larger. We
Call coordinator Frankie of calories! Laughter, service." Fortunately, he are very pleased with Go
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' preceded in death by her husband, Joseph A. Pittman. Survivors
include daughter Connie and husband Jose Cruz; grandchildren,
Joseph, Nicholas and Alicia Cruz, and Megan, Matthew and
Austin Stokes; sister, Connie and husband Happ Howell; and
niece Leslie Howell; many special nieces, nephews and cousins.
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FALLEN HERO from page 1


was saluted and escorted
across the tarmac by an
honor guard.
Michael joined the
Army in 2006 and had been
stationed at Schofield Bar-
racks in Hawaii since Janu-
ary 2008. He was assigned
to the 2nd Battalion, 27th
Infantry Regiment, 3rd
Infantry Brigade Combat
Team, 25th Infantry Divi-
sion.
s He was born and raised
in the Port St. Lucie area:
His family moved to Crest-
view when Moffett; who
was in the Air Force, was
stationed here several
years ago.
His family said Michael
loved his job.
"Ever since he was a
little boy, he was a soldier,"
said his sister. "We have a
picture of him when he was
about 5 years old Christ-


FAMILY ALBUM: Michael J. An
expedition.

mas morning. He got Army
stuff, and he Was dressed
up in it."
She said her brother
didn't want to be in Iraq,


ROAD from page, 1


In addition to shutting
off 78 access points between
Old Bethel Road and the
Shoal River Bridge, the plan
recommends limiting turn
lanes and replacing many
of them in the highest traffic
areas with raised concrete
medians.
The plan touted some of
the benefits of access man-
agement.
Raised medians less-
en the number of vehicle
conflicts but have not been
found to deter drivers from
accessing adjacent busi-
nesses.
Limiting access points
improves traffic flow. Ten ac-
cess points per mile reduce
traffic speed by 2.5 mph.
Forty access points per mile
reduce traffic speed 10 mph.
Raised medians reduce
crashes 40 percent in urban
areas and 60 percent in rural
areas.
Fewer access points re-
sultin fewer crash rates.
The consultants' recom-
mendations for one particu-


lar half-mile stretch of the
road, however, raised many
eyebrows.
From "Cobb Avenue to
U.S. Hwy. 90, there is no pro-
vision indicated for north-
bound traffic to turn left into
Crestview's downtown area.
"For almost half a mile,
it's a zero-access roadway,"
said Nathan Boyles, a Main
Street attorney and advo-
cate for enhancing the city's
historic downtown.
"If folks can't get there
conveniently, then they'll
go somewhere else and not
come back, and this district
will collapse," Boyles said.
Businessman Rick Goff,
who owns several commer-
cial, properties in the CRA,
district, agreed. I
"They've tried to re-es-
tablish this district, and
if they're not careful, it'll
whither away," Goff said.
Looking at the aerial pho-
tos, Boyles indicated a pos-
sible solution could be in cre-
ating an off ramp before the
S.R. 85 railroad overpass and


Ii ,Jessica M. Newsome
c Air Force Airman Jessi-
S-ca M. Newsome has gradu-
,ated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks
of training,
Newsome
studied the
Air Force
mission, or-
ganization, w
core values,
and military ti
customs and
FLORIDA FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS courtesies; NEWSOME
aya. during a boating performed
drill and ceremony march-
es; and received physical
training, rifle marksman-
but he believed in his job, ship, field training exercis-
and inthe Army. es, and special training in
"They have a job to do, human relations.
and they know that we de- In addition, airmen who
pend on them," she said. complete basic, training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree relating through
the Community College of
routing downtown-bound the Air Force.
traffic under the overpass to Newsome is the daugh-
Railroad Avenue, which runs ter of Birgit Newsome of
perpendicular to Main and Crestview.


Wilson streets. .
That idea, however, would
require acquisition of two or
three parcels of land for the
needed access road, said
Crestview Director of Ad-
ministrative Services Mike
Wing.
Acknowledging the plan
has its drawbacks in its pres-
ent state, Wing said that at
least it's a start in improving
traffic flow on State Road 85.
"It isn't going to get bet-.
ter just sitting there," Wing
said.
On April 27, the DOT and
the city will receive com-
ments at a 5 p.m. public
hearing in the Crestview city
council chamber.
Although the city has min-
imal say in the finalized plan,
as State Road 85 is a state'
highway, the DOT hopes the
council will pass a resolution"
in support of the proposal fol:
lowing public input.


Steven M. Dalton
Air Force Airman Ste-
ven M. Dalton- has gradu-
ated from basic military
training at
Lackland Air,
Force Base,
San Antonio,
Texas.
Dur-.


training, the
airman stud- DALTON
led the Air
Force mission, organiza-
tion, core values, and mili-
tary customs and courte-
sies; performed drill and
ceremony marches; and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations. .


In addition, airmen who
complete basic training re-
ceive credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Nicko-
las and Sandra Dalton of
Crestview.
Dalton is a 2002 graduate
of Niceville High School.

Daniel S. Gager
Air Force Reserve Air-
man Daniel S. Gager has
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Anto-'
Snio, Texas.
During the six weeks
of training, the airman
studied the
Air Force
mission, or-
ganization,
core values,
and military
customs and
courtesies;
performed
drill and GAGER
Ceremony
marches; and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field train-
ing exercises, and special
training in human rela-
tions.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training re-
ceive credits toward an as-
sociate in applied science
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
Gager earned distinc-
tion as an honor graduate.
He is the son of Kimber-
ly Gennaro of Crestview..
The airman is a 2008
. graduate of Crestview High
School.

Sean R. Griffith
Army Pfc. Sean, R.
Griffith has graduated from
Basic Combat Training at
Fort Knox, Ky.
During the nine-week
training period, the trainee


received instruction in drill
and ceremony, weapons,
rifle marksmanship and
bayonet training, chemical
warfare, field training and
tactical exercises, armed
and unarmed combat,
military courtesy, rtilitary
justice, physical fitness,
first aid, and Army history,
traditions, and core values.
He is the son of David
D. and Margie N. Griffith of
Crestview.
The private graduated in
2006 from Crestview High
School and received an
associate's degree in 2008
from Northwest Florida
State College.

Brandon L. Robinson
Brandon L. Robinson
has joined the United
States Army under the
Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives
young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the
option to learn a new
skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward
a college education.
After completion of
basic military training,
soldiers receive
advanced individual
training in their career
job specialty prior to
being assigned to their
first permanent duty
station.,
Robinson, a 2008
graduate of Baker
High School, reported
to Fort Leonard Wood,
Waynesville, Mo.,
for basic training in
January.
He- is the son of
Tammara Dotson and
Richard Robinson, both
of Baker.


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Crestview News Bulletin
The area's military organizations will
sponsor everything, from a comedy night
to an appreciation ceremony to a bar-b-
que bash over the next several weeks.
American Legion Post 75 will host a
Open House Party and Comedy Weekend
May 1-3.
Comedy Night is May 2 at 8 p.m. in the
American Legion Hall. The evening fea-
tures comedians Mike Weldon and Scott
Bird, who have appeared on Comedy Cen-
tral, HBO and the Jay Leon and David
Letterman shows. ELVIS will open the
program.
Cost is $15 (or $25 for steak and com-
edy) and must be purchased by April 30.
Attendees can enjoy entertainment
and a rock climbing wall from 1 to 5 p.m.
on May 2. Pulled pork will be for sale.
The May 1 program includes a $12 steak
dinner at 7 p.m., and Old & Older Band in


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the lounge starting at 8 p.m.
The May 3 schedule includes an all-
you-can-eat crawfish boil, a horseshoes
tournament and a darts scramble. Cost
for the May 3 events is $5 per event.
For details, contact the post at 898 E.
James Lee Blvd., or call 689-3195.
The second Military Appreciation
Recognition Day is May 23 at 11 a.m. at the
Old Spanish Trail Park. The main program
will start at about noon.
A Veterans Bar-B-Que Bash will be
held June 6 from noon to.5 p.m. at the VFW
Post on Ut.S. Highway 90. AMVETS, Amer-
ican Legion and DAV also are sponsors of
this event. The day will include chicken or
pork plus fixin's for $5 a plate, a dunking
booth, face painting, a petting zoo, enter-
tainment, raffles, door prizes and more. .
The event will benefit local disabled
and homeless veterans. All proceeds will
go to Safe & Secure Respite Care of Crest-
view.


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From staff reports
CAR SHOW: The
Spanish Trail Cruisers of
Crestview will host their
ninth annual Timeless
Classics Car show today
in downtown Crestview.
Registration is from 8 a.m.
to noon, with dash plaques
and goody bags going to
the first 50 entrants.
Poker run registration
starts at 8 a.m. Parking for
show entries is from noon
to 3 p.m.
Show information: Mike
Turman, 428-1161.
MOSAIC 5K RUN/
WALK:- will be held
today at 8:30 a.m. at the
Old Spanish Trail Park
pavilion on Stillwell Blvd.
in Crestview, It includes
a one-mile Kids Fun
Run at 9:30 and awards
presentation at 10:30. Sign
up is $20 for adults and
$10 for kids 9 years old
and younger. Registration
forms are available online
at www.mosaiccrestview.
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DINNER: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus will
host their monthly charity
fundraiser dinner today


from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The dinner choices
are either spaghetti and
meatballs or the monthly
special, with salad, dessert
and beverage., Takeouts
are also available.
Cost is $7 for adults
and $5 for pre-teens; pre-
schoolers eat free.
The Knights Hall is
located on U.S. Highway
90 in Crestview.
CRAFT SHOW AT
FAIRGROUNDS: The
first Arts and Craft Show
and Community Day is
today at the Northwest
Florida Fairgrounds in
Fort Walton Beach. Gates
Sare open to the public from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
There is no admission
charge, but organizers are
asking for a canned food
donation to be given to
Sharing and Caring.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591
or e-mail her at,freklz100@
cox.net.
A 10 a.m. today a kayak/
canoe trip is on Juniper
Creek in the Blackwater
River State Forest. Meet
where the creek crosses
under Red Rock Road.


Honcho: Clarice Hebinck,
581-4591.
FREE 'QUIT
TOBACCO' PROGRAM:
Crestview area tobacco
users can get the help
they need to quit tobacco
use at the West Florida
AHEC, 1455 South Ferdon
Blvd. Suite B-1, beginning
Tuesday at noon and
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Wednesday 5:30 p.m.
The free, six-week,
evidence-based "Quit
Smoking Now" programs
will be conducted by
certified tobacco treatment
specialists, through the
West Florida Area Health
Education Center (AHEC)
in conjunction with the
Florida Department of
Health.
Anyone interested in
registering for the clinic or
ingettingmoreinformatibn,
should call West Florida
AHEC at 398-6965 or toll
free, 1-877-6-STOP-NOW.
The free tobacco-use
cessation program is
open to any tobacco user.
Participants will receive
an individual assessment,
a customized treatment
plan, group and one-on-one
counseling sessions led by
certified tobacco treatment


specialists. Assistance
is available for certain
nicotine replacement
therapies.
FREE GRIEF
WORKSHOPS: Covenant
Hospice invites those who
have lost. a loved one to
attend a free six-week
grief workshop beginning
April 24. Meetings are
every Friday from 1 to 2
p.m.
Registration is
required.
Attendees are
encouraged to bring a
friend to learn some new
insights into the grief
process. Details: Karen
Whitworth, 682-3628
or karen.whitworth@
covenant.hospice.org.
PRO WRESTLING:
The Southern Wrestling
Alliance presents pro
wrestling on April 15 at
the Crestview National
Guard Armory. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m. Bell time
is 8 p.m. Tickets are $10
for ages 12 and up, $8 for
ages 6 to 11. Youths 5 and
under admitted free. The
main event features Buff
"The Stuff" Bagwell vs.
"Every Woman's Dream"
Mr. Fantasy, with Big
Dog Ryan Mills. The card


also features a semi-main
event, a Hair vs. Dress
match, a Fatal 5 Way, and
more.
CAR WASH: The
Calvary Apostolic Church
is preparing for its annual
spring car wash to benefit
the Back to School Bash in
August.
The car wash is on
April 25 at the AutoZone
at 2045 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. All funds .collected
support the Back to School
Bash.
The church is asking
businesses to support the
car wash with the pur-
chase of car wash tickets.
Cost is $25 for 35 tickets
and $40 for 70 tickets.
CRESTVIEW'S
RELAY FOR LIFE: will
be held May 15 and 16
at the Old Spanish Trail
Park on Stilwell Blvd. in
Crestview. It starts at 6
p.m. and ends at 12 p.m.
the next day.
Raise money for
research and programs
of the American Cancer
society and enjoy activities
planned for the entire
family.
A Relay For Life Yard


Sale fundraiser will be held
at Central Baptist Church,
710 James Lee Rd. in
Crestview from 7 to 11 a.m.
on April 25.. All proceeds
go to the American Cancer
Society.
VENDORS WANTED:
MOMS Club of Crestview
is sponsoring a Spring
Fling Consignment -Sale
April 25 from 7 to 11 a.m.
at Central Baptist Church.
Vendor applications
are now being accepted.
Spaces are available for
$10. Proceeds from vendor
spaces will benefit Toys
for Tots. Spaces will be
provided on a first-come,
first-serve basis. Contact
LeAnne Archer at (850)
240-3807 to reserve a space
or for more information:
For details, contact
Pastor Charles Braneff at
423-1198 or 758-6000.
BAYA FUN DAY: May
2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the BAYA ball fields in
Baker.
Games, food, raffles,
waterslide, obstaclecourse,
Sponge Bob moonwalk
and many other activities
are planned. Details: Jim
Wagner, 537-4549. Please
leave a message if there's
no response.


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State of Georgia drops DUI

charge against Billy Ballew


Georgia officials have
dropped DUI charges against
NASCAR Truck Series team
owner Billy Ballew stemming
from his arrest at Atlanta
Motor Speedway on March 4.
-.Henry, County Solicitor
General Charles A. Spahos
filed an administrative dis-
missal of the charges Monday
in State Court. He says a jury
would have had a hard time
convicting Ballew based on
the facts in the case.
A Henry County Sheriffs
sergeant arrested Ballew, who,
owns a condo at the track,
after Ballew was stopped at a
credential checkpoint.
Authorities say Ballew had a
beer can in the car and refused
to take a field sobriety test.

Ventrilo to sponsor
Germain Racing has
added at least three races o
its 2009 program with for-
mer Truck Series champion
Todd Bodine, which has
been on the verge of shutting
down virtually since the
beginning of the season due
to lack of sponsorship.
Ventrilo, a product of
Flagship Industries and a
group voice communica-
tions program used in tour-


Joey Logano
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Robby Gordon
35 Joe Gibbs
36 Kevin Buckler
37 Chip Ganassi
38 Detrich Mateschiltz


Spahos noted in the dis-
missal notice that the officer
at the credential check made'
no reference to smelling alco-
hol or seeing any evidence
Ballew was impaired.
He acknowledged he had a
mixed drink with him in the
car when arrested by a Henry
'County sheriffs, department
sergeant He' said he refused
to take a breathalyzer test.
"I am 100 percent sure that
it will be dropped," Ballew
told the paper. "It was only
one drink. I was not drunk. I
was on Atlanta Motor
Speedway property. I was not
on the highway."
Ballew, a native of
Blairsville, Ga., owns a condo
on the AMS property.

r the Onion's truck
naments and multiplayer
games, has announced its
primary sponsorship of the
No. 30 Toyota for upcoming
events at Kansas, Bristol and
Gateway.
Crew.chief Mike Hillman
Jr., is anxious to get to
Kansas and show Flagship
Industries how much fun it
is to be a part of a top-
ranked, highly competitive
race team'.


On the

Bubble
Driver: Joey Logano
Owner: Joe Gibbs
Points: 356
Points out of 34th: 21
Points ahead of 36th: 23
Driver Points
John Andretti 540
Robby Gordon 531
Joey Loganoi 510
David Gilliland 487
Aric Almirola 451
Scott Speed 414


Sand & sun fun


Jimmie'Johnson looks to

make it4-in-a-row at PIR
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com,
Jimmie Johnson, the three-time and defending Sprint Cup
Champion, will go for four-in-a-row at Phoenix Intemrnational
Raceway tonight.
The last driver to win four consecutive races at a given
track: Johnson, himself He won four straight at Lowe's Motor
Speedway from 2004-2005:
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series record for consecutive
wins at a track is seven, co-held by Richard Petty (Richmond,
1970-73) and Darrell Waltrip (Bristol, 1981-84).
Coincidentally, Phoenix is a track with a history of sus-
tained success. Five drivers have posted multiple victories at
Phoenix each time in consecutive races: Davey Allison
(1991-92), Jeff Burton (2000-01), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2003-
04), Kevin Harvick (both 2006) and Johnson (2007-08).
Likewise, single-race dominance has happened more than
once at Phoenix. Since the inception of Loop Data in 2005,
two drivers have scored a perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 at
Phoenix. In 2005, Kurt Busch posted the very first 150.0, lead-
ing 219 of 312 laps in his only Phoenix win. In 2006, Kevin
Harvick completed the season sweep of Phoenix, leading 252
laps to score a perfect Driver Rating. Pocono Raceway is the
only other track where two perfect Driver Ratings have been
recorded (both by Kurt Busch, 2005\and '07).
Johnson is not on the perfect Driver Rating list at Phoenix,
though he has come close. In his November win last season,
Johnson posted a near-perfect Driver Rating of 149.9, leading
217 laps of the 313 laps and tallying 66 Fastest Laps Run.Of
course there is no word on Andretti's future Sprint Cup plans
after this, week's announcement of him running the Indy 500
with the help of Richard Petty Motorsports.
Sources say a number of employees have been let'go and
the number could soon grow to between 40 and 50.
Almirola has an average finish of 32.9 so far this season
and has not finished-better than 21st in seven races and no bet-
ter than 33rd in the last three.
As further information is released about the closing, offi-
cials, are denying that Truex has a free-agent clause in his con-
tract ,
In other racing news: The No. 51 BlackJack Racing Dodge
is expected to retuimrn next week in Phoenix. The team moved
its operations back to Westby, Wise., after they failed to make
the first three Sprint Cup races of the season.
Despite the rumors, it looks as if the No. 71 TRG
Motorsports driven by David Gilliland will also be in Phoenix
next week.


Three-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cham-
pion Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning the 2008 edi-
tion of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix
International Raceway. Johnson goes for four consecu-
tive victories at the track this Saturday night at 7:44
p.m. on FOX.


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After Samsung 500
Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Kurt Busch
4. Clint Bowyer.
5. Tony Stewart
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Kyle Busch
8. Carl Edwards
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Kasey Kahne


After Nashville 300
Behind Driver
Leader 1. Carl Edwards
-162 2. Kyle Busch
-180 3. David Ragan
'-187 4. Jason Leffler
-191 5. Brad Keselowski
-216 6. Joey Logano
-240 7. Justin Allgaier
-265 8. Brendan Gaughan
-290 9. Soctt Lagasse, Jr.
-303 10. Jason Keller


Behind
Leader
-23
-160
-197
-226
-231
-283
-283
-287
-292


After Kroger 250
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Todd Bodine
3. Ron Hornaday
4. Mike Skinner
5. Matt Crafton
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8. Chad McCumbee
9. Timothy Peters
10. Rick Crawford


After Kentuckiana Ford 200
Behind Driver Behind
Leader 1. Justin Lofton Leader
-38 1. Parker Klingerman -40
-71 3. Patrick Sheltra -65
-76 4. Frank Kimmel -85
-121 5. Norm Benning -115
-154 6. Craig Goess -140
-167 7. Ken Weaver -145
-177 8. Tom Hessert -150
-179 9. Bryan Silas -155
-186 10. Tim George, Jr: -155


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April 28, 2009. Regis- Whose residence is: 1250 N EGLIN PKWY OF 104.91 FEET;
tration begins at 9:30 801 FOREST COVE SUITE A114, THENCE PROCEED
0 am. CT, MARY ESTHER, FL SHALIMAR FL, 32579. SOUTH 12 DEGREES
32569 If. hearing impaired, 38 MINUTES 23 SEC-
Dated this 18th day of contact (TDD) ONDS WEST, A DIS-
ANNOUNCEMENTS March, 2009. If alive, and if dead, all 8009558771 via Florida TANCE OF 210.00
1100 -ealAd g DON W. H RD' .parties claim.nq inter- Relay System. FEET; THENCE PRO-
1100 Legal Advertising DONW. HOWARD est by, irrougr, under CEED NORTH 89 DE-
1110- Classified Notices CLERK OF THE CIR- or against GENEVA This is an attempt to GREES 33 MINUTES
Announcements CUIT COURTS BENBERRY and all par- 'collect a debt. Any in- 51 .SECONDS WEST,
1125- Carpools & By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- ties having or claiming formation obtained A DISTANCE OF
Rideshare uty Clerk to have any right, title will be used for that. 230.09 FEET BACK
1130- Adoptions or interest in the prop- purpose. TO THE POINT OF
1140 Happy Ads erty described herein. BEGINNING OF THE
1150 Personals 03/28/09 04/11/09. PARCEL-HEREIN DE-
1160 Lost 04/04/09 YOU ARE NOTIFIED 04/18/09 SCRIBED.
1170- Found 04/11/09 that an action for Fore-_
04/18/09 closure of Mortgage on / has been filed against
S________ the following described Legal # 100572 you and you are re-'
property: quired to serve a copy
SLegal# 100565 IN THE CIRCUIT of your written de-
Legal # 100562 LOT(S)' 7, BLOCK A OF COJURT OF THE fenses, if any, on or
Lega #10062 ADVERTISEMENT OF FOREST COVE ADDI- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- before May 22, 2009,
NOTICE OFAPPLICA-. COMPLETION' TION 1 AS RECORDED CUIT. on Florida Default Law
IN PLAT BOOK 13, IN AND FOR- Group, PL., Plaintiff's
TION FOR TAX DEED AERO TRAINING & PAGE 2 ET. ESQ., OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, attorney, whose ad-
Notice is hereb n RENTAL, INC. THE PUBLIC 'REC- FLORIDA dress is 9119 Corpo-
Notice is auterneseb given 537 GULFSHORE ORDS OF OKALOOSA CIVIL ACTION CASE rate Lake Drive, Suite
as holderofthes ollow- DRIVE, DESTIN, FL COUNTY, FLORIDA. NO.: 300, Tampa, Florida
ngas holder otificate, has foledow- 32541 46-2009-CA-000968 33634, and file the orig-
ing certificate, has filedTax a/k/a 801 FOREST DIVISION inal with this Court ei-
Deed to be for a Tissued gives notice of comple- COVE CT MARY ES- their before service on .
thereon. The certificate tion of BONE CREEK THER, FL 32569 WELLS FARGO BANK, Plaintiff's attorney or
number and year of is- ROAD REPAIRS. NA, immediately thereafter;
number and year ofname is- has been filed against Plaintiff, otherwise a default will
uan'ce the pnamer in ^ o n t r a c t you and you are re- be entered against you
which the properd ie s OK-OCT7-STORM- quired to serve a copy vs.: for the relief demanded
assessed and the de-, R2- of your 'written de- in the Complaint or pe-
scrption the prop- follows: ftenses, if any, to it, on THE UNKNOWN tuition.
ertyficate # 2698 follows: of and sets April-23of 'Nwabufo Umunna, At- HEIRS,DEVISEES,
2006 Assessed to D# 2698 2009 as the date of fi- torney' for Plaintiff, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- This notice shall be
& B, LLC Assessed nal settlement whose address is 2901 EES, LIENORS, CREDI- published once each
Description: HARRIS Stirling Road, Suite TORS, TRUSTEES, OR week for two consecu-
BURG.Description HARRIS- Yellow River Soil and 300, Fort Lauderdale, OTHER CLAIMANTS tive weeks in the Crest-
36, T4N, R24W ETC Water Conservation Florida 33312 either on CLAIMING BY, view News Bulletin.
Parcel ,ID#, District (Owner) or before .May 21, THROUGH,UNDER,
36-4N24-000-002 Attn, John Berg- 2009 and file the origi- OR AGAINST KEVIN WITNESS my hand and
-A4N2400000001C Opening Bid schneider nal with the Clerk of MICHAEL JOSEY DE- the seal of this Court
$2,827-A 75C Oen Bd: 1759 South Ferdon this Court either before CEASED, et al, on this 7 day of April,
TDA Case #2009$2,827T75 Blvd. service on Plaintiff's at- Defendant(s). 2009.
TDA000053 Case #: 2009 TD Crestview, Fl 32536 torney or.immediately
000053 thereafter; otherwise a Don W. Howard
All of said property Dawn Coughey default will be entered NOTICE OF ACTION Clerk of the Court
in Okaoosa, State County of Secretary' against you for the re- TO: By: Aunita Cantrall .
ida.loosa, Stlief demanded in the THE UNKNOWN As Deputy Clerk
daUnless the certificate 03/25/09 complaint. HEIRS,DEVISEES,
Unless the certificate is 04/01/09 GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Invoice to & Copy to:
redeemed accordity de- 04/08/09 WITNESS my hand and EES, LIENORS, Florida Default Law
scrblaw the property de- 04/15/09 the seal. of this Court CREDITORS, TRUS- Group, RL.
scribed in the certifi- this 6 day of April, TEES, OR OTHER RO. Box 25018.
cate will be soldin to he 2009. CLAIMANTS CLAIM- Tampa, Florida
highest bidder in the ING BY 336225018
,BCC Board ,Meeting. Legal # 100571 ING BY, 11 33622-5018 ,
Room at the Okaloo ega l #100571 .Don W.Howard THROUGH,UNDER, NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-
County Courthouse, IN THE CIRCUIT OF As Clerk of the Court OR AGAINST KEVIN F09016436
Crestvi ew, Florida at THE JUDICIAL CIR-. By: Beth McDonald MICHAEL JOSEY DE- **See Americans with
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, CUT OF FLORIDA IN As Deputy Clerk CEASED Disabilities Act
AND FOR OKALOOSA IMPORTANT
COUNTY CASE NO A copy of this Notice of LAST KNOWN AD-
2008 CA 00615N S Action, Complaint and DRESS: UNKNOWN In accordance with
Lis Pendens were sent the Americans with Dis-
BigSBes. BANK' OF AMERICA to the defendants and CURRENT ADDRESS: abilities Act, persons
Wet Noses N.A address named above. UNKNOWN with disabilities need-
OS*. ing special accommo-
"Wam Hearts. vs. In accordance with the ANY AND ALL uN- dation to participate in
: ,0 Z.n = v Americans with Disabil- KNOWN PARTIES this proceeding should
GENEVA BENBERRY, cities Act, persons need-' CLAIMING BY, contact Court Adminis-
et. al. ing a reasonable ac- THROUGH, UNDER, tratiori at 101 James
Defendants. commodation to partic- AND AGAINST THE Lee Boulevard East,
Deedatipate in this proceeding HEREIN NAMED INDI- Crestview, FL,
NOTICE OF ACTION should, no later than VIDUAL DEFEND- 32536-3515; telephone
N seven (7) days prior ANT(S) WHO ARE number (850)
TO: GENEVA contact the Clerk of the NOT KNOWN TO BE 689-5000, Extension
S" BENBERRY Court's disability coor- DEAD OR ALIVE, 7497, prior to the pro-
dinator at 8506517497, WHETHER SAID UN- ceeding. or Shalimar
KNOWN PARTIES (850) 651-7497
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, IMPORTANT
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR h Inaccordance with
OTHER CLAIMANTS the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
LAST KNOWN AD- with disabilities need-
DRESS: UNKNOWN ing special accommo-
Sdation to participate in.
CURRENT ADDRESS: this proceeding should
UNKNOWN contact Court Adminis-
UNKN N /Y tration at 1250 N. Eglin
WW I Parkway,.Shalimar, FL, .
Honest &'Dependable Bella Lawn Care YOV ARE NOTIFIED 32579; telephone num-
'_ady will clean your Crestview area Rasbury Lawn that an action to fore- ber (850) 651-7497,
house/apartment. Free Res./Comm. Service General close a mortgage on prior to the proceeding.
Estimates. Ref's Lic. & Ins. Call Mike cleanup mowing, the following property' 04/11/08
.850-398-6230 689-3079 or 612-0311 trimming, pruning. in OKALOOSA County, 04/18/09
Lic & Ins. Ref availa- Florida:
ble. Free estimates.
Farm Direct 682-1302 or 398-0687 COMMENCE AT THE.
T Centipede, Zoysiar t SOUTHWEST COR- Legal # 100573
Augustine, Bermuda. Yard Dirt NER OF THE SOUTH- N THE CIRCUIT
Able Concrete We deliver & install. .10 yards delivered WEST 1/4 OF THE N THE CIRCUIT
Able Concutreplacemente Call 244-6651 Call 758-1477 NORTHWEST 1/4 OF COURT OF THE
Tear ut, replacement all 758-1477 SECTION 33, TOWN-. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
driveways, patios. Free Suncoast Sod Farms SHIP 4 NORTH, CUIT IN AND FOR
Estimate. Lic/Ins RANGE 23 WEST, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
850-685-6248 Lawn Care & Small OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
Stamped Concrete TrLawn Care & Smallrvice FLORIDA; THENCE TION CASE NO.:
Stamped Concrete Tractor Service Service PROCEED SOUTH 89 46-2008-CA-002877
Cool Deck & Exposed 1 time or twice a Fox Trot Tree Service PROCEED SOUTH 89 *46-2008-CA-002877
AggrCool Deck & Exposed month. Cll 240-6771 No job to large or DEGREES 33 MIN- DIVISION:
Aggregate. Slabs, monCal 240-6771 small, Free Estimates. UTES 23 SECONDS
Power washing. LIC/INS. Call Paul EAST, A DISTANCE WELLS FARGO BANK,
Remove, Replace & 850-398-7677 OF 423.81 FEET TO NA,
Repair. Lic/Ins Free est.I LAWN TEK LLC I THE POINT OF BE- Plaintiff,


Gary Humphrey
Handyman Service
Free Estimates LIC
Contractor
850-974-4750

Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383


LAWNy I LKIL, L
Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping, Ir-
rigation, Palm Tree
installation Sod, Dirt
work, Bob Cat Ser-
vices, Trenching &
Debris Hauling.
Free Estimates.
Call 865-3266 or
682-7316 Lic, In-
sured, Owner Brad
Overly



Mower &Gas pow-
ered Tool Repair
Your location.
850-758-0397


JJ's On The Spot
House, Yards, Window
cleaning, Painting,
Framing, .Concrete
No Job too Small
850-305-2383
850-892-3281

TNT Metal
Buildings
Will match
competitors
price!
(850)983-2296


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PROCEED NORTH 00
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EAST A DISTANCE OF
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PROCEED NORTH 74
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MINUTES 35 SEC-
ONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 415.86
FEET; THENCE PRO-
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PROCEED NORTH 89
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WEST, A DISTANCE


vs.
JEFFERY D.
MCCLURE, et al,
Defendant(s).
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO: JEFFERY D.
MCCLURE, et al.
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5303 MARILEA
COURT CRESTVIEW,
FL 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
.UNKNOWN


CARLA MCCLURE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS 5303 MARILEA
COURT CRESTVIEW,
FL 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage.on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 16, BLOCK D,
LEE FARM SUBDIVI
SION-PHASEE 1, BE-
ING A PORTION OF
SECTIONS 12 AND
13, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24
WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 21,
PAGES 86-88, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
-OF SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against
you are required to
served a copy of. your
.written defenses, if.any,
on or before May 22,
2009, on Florida De-,
fault Law Group, RL.,
Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634, and file the
original with this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
.jn this 7 day of April.
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to &,Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier-
F090.16436
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with'
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the, pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
'abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
04/11/08
04/18/09


Legal # 1005.74
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO.
2009-CP-275
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF
MATLEY F. MELLOW,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Martley F.
Mellow, deceased,
whose date of death
was September 27,
2008 and whose social
security number is
012-18-4089 is pending
in the Circuit Court for


Okaloosa County, Flor- KILPATRICK TC
ida, Probate Division, Deceased. Na
\ the address of which is 105
Okaloosa County NOTICE OF Pis
Courthouse, 101 ADMINISTRATION
James Lee Boulevard YC
East, Crestview, Florida The administration of tha
32536. The names and the estate of Paul file
addresses of the per- Glenn Kilpatrick, de- tha
sonal, representative ceased, File Number sei
and the personal 2009-CP-000205, 'is wri
representative's attor- pending in the Circuit to
ney are set forth below. Court for Okaloosa wh
County, Florida, Pro- Pe
All creditors of the de- bate Division, the ad- WE
cedent and other per- dress of which is 32
sons having claims or Okaloosa County M%
demands against Courthouse, Post Of- the
decedent's estate on fice Drawer 1359, cle
whom a copy of this Crestview, Florida Oka
notice is' required to be 32536, (850) 689-7200. Cc
served must file their The names and ad- Eg
claims with this Court dresses of the personal Sh
WITHIN THE LATER representative and that for
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER personal (epresenta- tio
THE TIME OF THE tive's attorney, are set the
FIRST PUBLICATION forth below. do
OF THIS NOTICE OR en'
30 DAYS AFTER THE ALL INTERESTED the
DATE OF -SERVICE PERSONS ARE NOTI- the
OF A COPY OF THIS FIED THAT: Co
NOTICE ON THEM. urr
All persons upon whom clu
All other creditors of this notice is served avw
the decedent and per-. who have objections the
sons having claims or that challenge the va- fic
demands against the lidity of the will, the the
'decedent's estate must qualifications of the rec
file their claims with this personal representa-. Yo
court, WITHIN 3 tive, venue, or jurisdic- Cli
MONTHS AFTER THE tion ofthe Court are,re- Co
DATE OF THE FIRST quired to file their ob- yo
PUBLICATION OF sections with this. Court (Yc
THIS NOTICE. WITHIN THE LATER Cu
OF- THREE MONTHS ida
ALL CLAIMS NOT AFTER THE DATE OF pri
FILED WITHIN THE THE FIRST PUBLICA- Fo
TIME PERIODS SET TION OF THIS NOTICE pa
FORTH IN SECTION OR THIRTY DAYS AF- wil
733.702 OF THE TER THE DATE OF ad
FLORIDA PROBATE SERVICE OF A COPY the
CODE WILL BE FOR- OF THIS NOTICE ON W/
EVER BARRED. THEM. 12
La'
NOTWITHSTANDING All creditors of the de-.du
THE TIME PERIODS cedent and other per- aul
SET FORTH ABOVE, sons having claims or do
ANY CLAIM FILED demands against the ma
TWO (2) YEARS OR decedent's estate on. ply
MORE AFTER THE whom a copy of this tiof
'DECEDENT'S DATE notice is served within mi
OF DEATH IS three months after the pie
BARRED. date of the first publica-
tion of this notice must Da
The date of the first file their claims with this
publication of this No- Court WITHIN THE
tice is April 11, 2009. LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE C
Attorney for Personal DATE OF THE FIRST
Representative: PUBLICATION OF
James C. Campbell, THIS NOTICE OR
Esquire THIRTY DAYS AFTER Lei
Florida Bar No. 708283 THE DATE OF SERV- Ap
#4 11th Avenue, Suite ICE OF A COPY OF 201
2 Shalimar, Florida THIS NOTICE ON
32579 THEM.
850-651-9313 Le
All other creditors of
Personal Representa- the decedent and per-
tive: sons having claims
Hilda R Mellow against the estate of FI
1001 Marwalt Drive the decedent must file
#428 Fort Walton their claims with this AN
Beach, Fl 32547 Court WITHIN THREE C
MONTHS AFTER THE
04/11/09 DATE OF THE FIRST
04/18/09 PUBLICATION OF SA
THIS NOTICE. SE
SPlat
ALL CLAIMS, DE-
Legal #120193 MANDS AND OBJEC- vs.
TIONS NOT SO FILED
NOTICE OF SALE WILL BE FOREVER. CH
BARRED. QL
In accordance with De
Florida Statues, Keep- The date of the first
safe Storage, located publication of this no-
at 101 Hospital Drive, tice is April 11, 2009.
Crestview, Florida will
offer for sale to the Attorney for Personal NC
highest bidder the Representative GI\
household and other RYAN MYNARD nal
goods stored in the be- .Attorney at Law, PA. clo
low listed units. Said Post Office Box 249 25,
goods are to be sold to Crestview, FL 32536 in
recover the rents not Tele: (850) 683-3940 00;
paid by the tenants. Fax: (850) 689-8630 Co
Florida Bar No: 0150185 cia
Unit B27 Bridget O 1i
Canady Personal Fic
Unit C57 Amber Lilly Representative SA
Unit Hi4 Quality-Con- STEPHEN KILPATRICK SE
create' 127 Maloney Lane Pla
Unit 126 Nichole Des Allemands, PH
Overly Louisiana 70030 KN
Unit 147 Clara CH
Capewell 4/11/2009 QU
Unit 155 Justin Baker 4/18/2009 UN
CL
The sale shall take TH
place on April 21, 2009 Legal 6035 AN
At 10:00 a.m. at Keep- HEa
Safe Storage. IN THE CIRCUIT VID
04/11/08 'COURT OF THE FIRST AN
04/18/08 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN KN
AND FOR OKALOOSA OR
COUNTY, FLORIDA SA
TIE
Legal #120201 Case No. 09dr542 INI
SP
COIN THE CIRCOFTHE Kristen Gibson VIS
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Petitioner, OR
CUIT IN AND FOR and ELI
OKALOOSA COUNTY, TR,
FLORIDA Nathan Gibson INC
PROBATE DIVISION Nathan Gibson INdent FO
CASE NO.: Respondent FO
2009-CP-000205 NOTICE OF ACTION NO
I ESTATE OF FOR DISSOLUTION GA
IN RE: ESTATE OF OF MARRIAGE TEN
PAUL GLENN AN


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than Gibson
53 Price Street
smo Beach, CA 93449
iU ARE NOTIFIED
it an action has been
ed against you and
it you are required to
rve a copy of your
itten defenses, if any,
it on Kristen Gibson
hose address is 520
lharhm Street, Fort
alton Beach, FL
547 on or before
ly 19, 2009, and file,
e original with the
lrk of this Court at
kaloosa County
courthouse, 1250 N.
lin Parkway,
alimar, FL 32579 be-
e service on Peti-
ner or immediately
hereafter. If you fail to
so, a default may be
tered against you for
e relief demanded in
a petition.
pies of all court doc-
nents in this case, in-
iding orders, are
ailable at the Clerk of
e Circuit Court's of-
e. You may review
ese documents upon
quest.
u must keep the
erk of the Circuit
court's office notified of
ur current address.
ou may file Notice of
irrent Address, Flor-
a-Supreme Court Ap-
oved Family Law
rm 12.915.) Future
pers in this lawsuit
I be mailed to the
dress on record at
e clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
.285, Florida Family
w Rules of Proce-
re, requires certain
tomatic disclosure of
cuments and infor-
ition. Failure to com-
* can result in sanc-
ns, including dis-
ssal or striking of
ladings.
ted: 4/7/2009
CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: K. Brown
Deputy Clerk
gal 6035
ril 11, 18, 25, May 2,
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gal#100575
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA
ND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2007-CA-002974S
XON MORTGAGE
RVICESM, INC.,
uintiff,


IRISTOPHER W.
JINN et. al.
fendants.
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
)TICE IS HEREBY
VEN pursuant to a Fi-
Judgment of Fore-
osure dated March
, 2009 and entered
Case No. 2007 CA
2974S, of the Circuit
urt of the First Judi-
l Circuit in and for
'ALOOSA County,
orida, wherein
XON MORTGAGE
RVICES, INC., is a
mintiff and CHRISTO-
ER W. QUINN; UN-
OWN SPOUSE OF
IRISTOPHER W.
JINN; ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PARTIES
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
DUAL DEFEND-
T(S) WHO ARE NOT
OWN TO BE DEAD
ALIVE, WHETHER
ID UNKNOWN PAR-
ES MAY CLAIM AN
TEREST AS
HOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
SEES, GRANTEES
OTHER CLAIM-
TS; MORTGAGE
ECTRONIC REGIS-
ATION SYSTEMS,
C. AS NOMINEE
R METROCITIES
)RTGAGE LLC D/B/A
i RED TAPE MORT-
AGE; TENANT#1;
NANT#2; TEN-
T#3; TENANT #4


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are the Defendants. I
will sel to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at Shalimar Court-
house Annex, front
door,' 1250 Eglin Park-
way, Shalimar, FI
32579, at 11:00 AM on
April 28 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 30, BLOCK G, IN-
DIAN BAYOU, UNIT
ONE, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT,
THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGES 114
THROUGH 117, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOPSA
COUNTYFLORIDA.
Any person claiming 'an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of date of the
Uis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 27 day ,of
March, 2009
A copy of this Notice of
Action, Complaint and
Us Pdndens were sent
to the defendants and
address named above.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in. this proceeding
should, no later than
seven (7) days prior
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY.
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If hearing Impaired,
conlaci lTDD)
8009558771' va Florida
Relay System
This is .an artempl io
collect'a deoi. Any in-
formation obtained wIll
be' used for that pur-
pose. "


216.00 FEET, CEN- VIDED INTEREST IN
TRAL ANGLE = 16 DE- THE COMMON ELE-
GREES 12 MINUTES MENTS APPURTE-
21 SECONDS) 61.09 NANT THERETO A SET
FEET; THENCE OUT IN SAID DECLA-
NORTH 03 DEGREES RATION.
52 MINUTES 00 SEC- A/K/A 101 OLD FERRY
ONDS WEST, 55.50 ROAD UNIT 2C,
FEET; THENCE SHAUMAR, FL 32579
NORTH 86 DEGREES
08 MINUTES 00 SEC- Any person claiming an
ONDS- EAST 200.12 interest in the surplus
FEET; THENCE from the sale, if any,'
SOUTH 35 DEGREES other than the property,
57 MINUTES 22 SEC- owner as of the date of
ONDS WEST, 79.32 the Us Pendens must
FEET; THENCE file a claim within sixty
SOUTH 62 DEGREES (60) days 'after the sale.
08 MINUTES 09 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 172.87 WITNESS MY HAND
FEET TO THE POINT and the seal of this
OF BEGINNING. Court on April 13, 2009.
has been filed against
you and you are re- DonW.Howard
quired to serve a copy Clerk of the Circuit
of your written de- Court
fenses, if any, on or
before May 26, 2009 By:Vicki Jackson
on Florida Default Law 'Deputy Clerk
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad- Florida Default Law
dress" is 9119 Corpo- Group, RL.
rate Lake Drive, Suite PRO. Box 25018 .
300, Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig- 33622-5018
final with this Court .ei- "
their -before service on IMPORTANT ,
Plaintiff's attorney or In accordance with the
immediately thereafter; Americans with Disa-
otherwise a default will bilitles ;Act, persons
be entered against you with disabilities need-
for the relief demanded Ing special accommo-
in the Complaint or pe- dation to participate in
tition. this proceeding should
This notice shall be contact Court, Adminis-
published once each tratlon at 101 James
week for two consecu- Lee Boulevard East,
tive weeks in the. Crest- Crestview, FL,
view News Bulletin. 32536-3515; telephone
WITNESS my hand and number (850)
the seal of this Court 689-5000, Extension
on'this 8 day of April, 7497, 'prior to the pro-
2009. ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
Don W. Howard IMPORTANT
Clerk of the'Court In accordance with the
Americans with, :Disa-
blitles Act. persons
By:Anita Cantrall with disabilities need-
As Deputy Clerk ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
Florida Default Law this proceeding should
Group, RL. contact Coun Adminis.
RO. Box 25018 ration at 1250 N. Eglin
Tampa, Florida Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
33622-5018 ;32579; telephone 'num-
'ber 1850) 651-7497.
IMPORTANT prior to the proceeding.
In accordance wkin the .
Americans wln Disa- 4/18/2009
birines Acl. persons 4/25/2009
with disabilities need-.,;


04/11/09 ing special accommo-
04/18/09 daion to participate in
IN TH .this proceeding should
coniaci Coun Admin-s.
LEGAL#120207 tration at 101 James /
Lee Boulevard East.,
IN THE CIRCUIT Cresiview. FL.
-. COURT OFTHE 325363515, lelephorne
'FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 'number- 1850
''IN CUlT 689-5000;, Extension
-IN AND FOR 7497. prior to the pro-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, ceeding. or Shalimar &ANI
FLORIDA (850) 651-7497 -.., 200-ls
CIVIL ACTION CASE .I. 2110 Potels-Free to
NO.46-2008-CA-007008 IMPORTANT ',. Good Homet
DIVISION: FILE In accordance with the 2120 Pet Supplies
NO:F08107599 Americans wth Disa 2130 Farm Animals/
abilities Act, persons Supplis ,
GMAC MORTGAGE. with disabilities need- 2140 Pets/Livestock
LLC .s ming special accommb- Wanted
Plainti,. daon to panicipate in 2150 Pet Memorials
'i. l hs proceeding should '
v coniact Courtn Adminis.
ration al 1250 N. Eglin l; i
DANIEL S. RIMES 'et Parkay, Shalimar. FL..
al, 32579 telephone nunr IL I OO II
SDetendan1(si. bet 85) 6517497,
prior Io the proceeding. Himalayan
SBeautiful Himalayan
NOTICEOFACTION 4/18/2009 Kittens for sale $350
. 4/25/2009 each. 2 left.


TO:
MARANDAL..RIMES D'
,LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS 2708 W
Mockingbird Loop
Thatcher Az 85552
5006 ,
CURRENT ADDRESS
2708 W MocKcngbird
Loop'
Thaicner.- Az 85552
5006
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING .. BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S)'WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES. GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-,
ANTS
LAST KNOWN. AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS .
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE' NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida: .
COMMENCING "AT
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF LOT 25,
BLOCK A, AS SHOWN
ON THE PLAT OF
LAKE LORRAINE ES-
TATES, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK- 4, 'AT
PAGE 2, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE
NORTH 29 DEGREES
12 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG
THE NORTHERLY EX-
TENSION OF THE
WEST LINE OF SAID
LOT 25,; A DISTANCE
OF 60.00 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE
NORTHEASTERLY
RIGHT .OF WAY OF
BEARD LANE;
THENCE NORTH 60
DEGREES 48 MIN-
UTES '00 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE
RIGHT OF WAY,
115.43 FEET TO THE
BEGINNING OF A
CURVE TO' THE
RIGHT; THENCE
ALONG THE ARC OF
THE CURVE (RADIUS
= 25 FEET, CENTRAL
ANGLE = 36 DE-
GREES 32 MINUTES
33 SECONDS) 15.94
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE 'CONTINUE
* ON ARC OF SAME
CURVE (CENTRAL AN-
GLE = 36 DEGREES
43 MINUTES 28 SEC-
ONDS) 16.03 FEET TO
BEGIN A CURVE TO
THE LEFT; THENCE
ALONG THE ARC OF
THE CURVE FOLLOW-
ING THE EASTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY OF
COUNTRY CLUB
ROAD (RADIUS =


LEGAL#120208
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE,
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OQKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
CIVILACTION CASE
NO:2007 CA006054S
DIVISION: FILE
NO:F07063752
GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC,
Plaintiff,


vs.-
GARY R. SPENCER, at
al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE ,IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
April 6, 2009 and en-
tered In Case NO. 2007-
CA 006054 S of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and
for -' OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC,,, is the
Plaintiff and GARY R.
SPENCER; FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK &
TRUST; FINISTERRA
CONDOMINIUM ASSO-
CIATION, INC.; are
the Defendants, /I will .
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF.
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on' the 19 day
of May, 2009, the fol-
lowing, described prop-
erty as set forth in said
FinalJudgment:
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
APARTMENT UNIT NO.
C, BUILDING NO. 2,
OF FINISTERRA, A
CONDOMINIUM AC-
CORDING TO. THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF, DATED
SEPTEMBER 26 1979
AND RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1060, PAGES
963 THROUGH 1008
INCLUSIVE AND
AMENDMENT TO DEC-
LARATION OF CON.
DOMINIUM DATED
MARCH 8, 1980 AND
RECORDED IN OFFi.
CIAL RECORDS BQOK
1090, PAGES 1549
THROUGH 1555, IN-
CLUSIVE, AND PUR-
SUANT TO SURVEY,
PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIP-
TION OF IMPROVE-
MENTS RECORDED IN
CONDOMINIUM PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGES 197
AND 198, ALL OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA,' TOGETHER
WITH ALL APPURTE-
NANCES TO SAID
CONDOMINIUM PAR-
CEL, AND THE UNDI-


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Saturday, April 18, 2009 w ww. srpressgazette. com Page 12




Fight could end Milton catcher's season


Suspension

issued for

Melendez

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Kaitlyn Melendez's last game
as a Lady Panther could have
been Tuesday night at Escambia
High School.
The FHSAA handed down its
ruling Wednesday on Tuesday's
fight between Melendez and Es-


cambia High
Peters.
Melendez


1 catcher Brittainy

was suspended


for 28 days and a minimum of
eight games, while Peters was
suspended for 35 days and 10
games.
According to the report filed
by the umpires with the FHSAA,
Melendez "applied a hard tag" to
Peters, to which Peters "took of-
fense ... and pushed" her. It then
states that one of the girls "threw
her glove on the ground and
started swinging" with her fist,
after which the other girl began
fighting back.
The suspensions for "gross
unsportsmanlike conduct" were
issued Wednesday in a letter


to Escambia athletics director
Roger Mayo and Milton Princi-
pal Stewart Powell from FHSAA
associate director Denarvise
'Thornton Jr. The FHSAA's by-
laws mandate a six-week suspen-
sion for gross misconduct. The
FHSAA's manual states that any
unsportsmanlike act by an ath-
lete results in a minimum of a
seven-day and two-game suspen-
sion. k
The FHSAA made its decision
after receiving a report from the
game's umpire.
The incident came at the end
of a fifth-inning play. Escambia
scored two runs on a passed ball
and an errant throw. Melendez
picked up the ball and jogged


toward third base, where Peters
was standing as a base runner.
That's when the scuffle occurred,
ending quickly as the umpires
and Milton teammates helped
separate the two players. No one
appeared to leave Escambia's
bench.
Milton High Athletic Director
Murray Rutledge said they would
appeal the FHSAA's decision.
"Kaitlyn has played four years
of volleyball and softball, and this
is the first incident she has had,"
Rutledge said. "Our girl was
wrong; we certainly don't teach
our kids to conduct themselves
that way."
Calls to Escambia High School
on the matter were not returned,


but published reports in the area
indicate Escambia High will also
be appealing Peter's suspen-
sion.
If Melendez is lost for the sea-
son, Shauna Vickers is expected
to take over catching duties.
"We've had some adversity all
season," said Milton Head Coach
Jeff Larson. "One thing about our
team is that someone is ready to
fill in and they get the job done."
The Lady Panthers have lost
Mikey Drinkard, Chelsea Hicks,
and Katie Worley to injury or ill-
ness.
. The game Tuesday night was
not on the schedule for the Lady
Panthers. It was a make-up game
for an earlier season rainout.


Post-season


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
As teams get' ready for
the post season, some are
starting to hit their stride,
Central High School
found their swing Tuesday
night at home against Ale-'
theia Christian, 21-0 in five
innings.
The Jaguars pounded'
out 1i hits and capitalized
on five Aletheia errors.
T.H. Beasley and Hunter
Phillips did a yeoman's job
as they combined for a no-
hitter.
Alethia's only baserun-
ner of the game came when
Phillips issued a walk for
their only base runner.
Central (4-9) jumped
out to an early 5-0 lead and
went up 11-0 by the bottom
of the second inning.
Nick Waters; Daniel
Nordstrom, and Garrett
Starling each had three
hits in the game as Star-
ling finished with five.
RBIs, while Nordstrom
needed a. home run for the
cycle.
Milton took care of Na-
varre at home, 6-3, as.the
Panthers had to rally.
After falling behind 1-0
in the top of the second, the
Panthers tied the game in
the bottom of the third in-
ning.
In the fifth inning, the,
Panthers (16-4; 8-2 in Dis-"
trict .1-4A) took the lead
.with two runs and iced
the game in the sixth with
.three more.
Paul Baggett, worked
five innings for the win
while striking out five.
The big blow for the


ison

Panthers, came with a
Devon Whitbey home run
in the sixth inning with two
men on to ice the game for
Milton.
Roy Moulder and Mikey
McMillion both went 2-for-
3, while McMillion and Tad
Reynolds each added an
RBI.
Jay remained perfect in
District 1-2Aplay as they
dispatched Baker at home,
13-3 in five innings.
Nick Simpson got the
win while striking out five.-
Baker took an 'early 1-
0 lead, but then Jay took
control scoring four runs
iii the bottom of the second
inning.
JerodSmith, Rush Hen-
dricks, Garret Lowry and
Nick Simpson each had two
hits-in the win.
Lowery finished the
game with a home run as
one of his two hits.
In softball action:
Pace defeated Gulf
Breeze 5-0 Tuesday.
Michelle Phelps scat-
tered three hits over seven
innings for the win while
striking out six.
Shelby Brooks went
2-for-3 in the win while
Michelle Hummel, Bailey
Dowdle and Katie Smith
each had one hit.,
Escambia High defeated
Milton 3-1.
With the game tied 1-;
1, the Lady Gators scored
two runs on a wild pitch.
Milton's, only run came
on a home run by Shauna
Vickers in the fourth in-
ning, tying the game at 1-1.
Alyssa Larson gave up
10 hits and struck out two
in the loss.


S DILL UAmBLIN I ress Gazette
Monday Jay's Jace Gandy signed a football scholarship to play for the- University of Arkansas at Monticel-
lo. Looking on are Jay Baseball coach Jorey Diamond, Jay principal Dale Westmoreland, and Jay athletic
director and football coach Elijah Bell..



Gandy has big shoesto i at AM
anI 0 5tO I01.1


;By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Jace Gaiidy is following a family
tradition. '
Well, sort of following his grand-
father's tradition when it
comes to college athletics. ,
On Monday, Gandy signed
to become a Boll Weevil at
the University of Arkansas at
Monticello.
Gandy will carry on the
name that proved to be All-
Conference in the Gulf South JACE I
Conference for three years.
"They had been talking to me
ever since the last game of the sea-
son," said Gandy, who will become
a third generation football player in
the GSC. "They asked me to send
them some film, and then they got
back to us."


For Gandy, the history he will
have to live up to is his grandfather
Bill, who was an All-GSC Conference
standout. .
And after a red shirt season, he
will have to prepare to play his fa-
ther's old school and UAM?'s
closest conference rival Del-
ta State.
"I like the coaches and
knew right away this would
be the school.for me," said
Gandy, who visited schools
including Huntingdon, La-
iANDY Grange, and Cumberland.
"UAM is the best fit for me.
"After a red .shirt season, they,
are looking for me to help'on special
teams, maybe return kicks and play
cornerback."
Gandy is actually .anticipat-
ing the chance to focus on defense
after playing both ways this past sea-


son at Jay.
"I am looking forward to dedicat-
ing myself to one position and learn
. that one job easier and quicker," he
said.
For Jay High, Gandy is the first
football scholarship the school has
signed in several years.
"This is the first one we have had
in. a long, long time," said Jay foot-
ball coach and athletic director Bell.
"I am happy for Jace, and I want him
to go out there and work as hard as
he can, keep his grades up and stay
for the full.four years.
"It would be such a big thrill to me
to see him his junior and senior year
out their playing after being here at
Jay."
Last season the Boll Weevils were
7-4 on the season with a 5-3 mark in
the Gulf South Conference, including
a loss to rival Delta State 37-31.


Argos fall short to


Val costa home runs


SWest Florida drops

one-run decisions.

to conference leader

In their final home se-
ries, the Argo softball team
dropped to 1-0 decisions to
Valdosta State. Despite out-
hitting the Blazers 13-11,
West Florida was unable
to overcome two solo home
runs that would lift VSU to
victory.
Jillian Lafrance held the
Blazer bats to just five hits
in the first game, striking
out nine in the loss. The ju-
nior falls to 21-5 on the sea-
son after giving up a solo
home run to Andi Bras-
well in the third that would
prove to be the game's de-
ciding factor.


Game two remained
scoreless until the top of
the seventh, when Alyssa
Shirey connected on a
longball that put Valdosta
up 1-0. Emily Burge and
Kristee Wheeler -both had
2-for-2 showings, including
a double from Wheeler.
Six Argos also scattered
hits on the day, includ-
ing Amber Ingram, who
doubled in the first game.
Franny earned two stolen
bases, moving to nine on
the season.
West Florida drops to
37-13 on the season, 12-9 in
conference action, as they
continue to vie for a spot at
the Gulf South Conference
tournament in May. The
Argos finish the season on
the road, beginning with a
series with West Georgia
on Saturday at 2 p.m.


Cejka leads Verizon Heritage tourney


By PETE IACOBELLI
AP Sports Writer
HILTON HEAD IS-
LAND, S.C. (AP) Alex
Cejka wants to stay healthy
this season. Playing his best
golf wouldn't hurt, either.
Cejka, who missed
more than three months
last year because of neck
surgery, shot his best
round in nearly two years,
a 7-under 64, to take a one-
stroke lead at the Verizon.
Heritage on Thursday.
His bogey-free perfor-
mance was capped by a 47-
foot putt for birdie on the
wind-swept 17th hole. That
left Cejka with his first
first-round lead since 2006,
a shot ahead of two-time.
U.S. Open champion Lee
Janzen and two in front of
last year's Masters winner,
Trevor Immelman.
"You've got to be a lit-
tle bit lucky on the small
greens and stuff to hit


- them all," Cejka said. "But
I hit good shots today."
Cejka's round took off on
the back nine with four bird-
ies on his last seven holes.
He made a 37-footer
for birdie on No. 12,
then punched from
under a tree to 15
feet on the 13th hole
for another birdie.
Another 15-foot bird-
ie putt came on the
par-5 15th before
Cejka's shot two BOOW
holes later.
He was thinking
lag up for a par. "Then I hit
a good putt a little bit firm
and just hit the hole right
in the middle," Cejka said
with a smile.
Janzen, who won the
U.S. Open in 1993 and 1998,
posted his lowest opening
round of the season. He had
a chip for birdie on his final
hole, the ninth, that stopped
a foot short of the cup.
"It looked like it was go-


ing in the hole, but never
got there," he said.
Immelman wrapped
up a rewarding, pressure-
packed year that followed
his 2008 Masters
win.
He talked about
his emotions play-
ing his final few
holes at Augusta
National the bitter-
sweet realization
he'd no longer carry
EEKLEY the distinction as
the latest to wear
the green jacket..
"The, way I look at it
now, I can close the chap-
ter on 2008," Immelman
said. "It obviously was a
breakthrough year for me.
Now, I can take all that ex-
perience and put it to the
test from now on."
Immelman came to his
final hole, the ninth, a shot
behind Cejka. However, he
put his approach shot over
the green in a bunker and


could not make par.
Many of the top players
passed on Harbour Town,
including Angel Cabrera.
Tiger Woods and Phil
Mickelson did not tee it
up, either. Only six of the
world's top 20 took part.
Boo Weekley's only two
PGA Tour wins have been
at Harbour Town the past
two years, and he dusted
off the form he showed in
2007 and 2008.,
Weekley, who chipped in
on the 71st and 72nd holes
to win here two years ago,
did it again, this time from
a bunker next to the par-5
second hole for an eagle
to move four shots behind
Cejka.
However, Weekley could
not keep the momentum
going and finished with a
69. Still, it was Weekley's
eighth score in the 60s in
nine career rounds here.
"I guess I got some kind
of karma," Weekley said.
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