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An Okaloosa County Sheriff Deputy is loaded into a lifeflight helicopter at the scene of
Saturday's shooting that left two deputies dead. At right, the expressions of these Okaloosa
County EMS paramedics tell much of the story at the scene of Saturday's shooting that left
two OCSO deputies dead.


Florida Freedom Newspapers
4. gunman shot and killed two Okaloosa
County sheriff's deputies Saturday afternoon
as they tried to arrest him for an earlier domes-
tic violence incident.
The gunman then fled in a pickup truck to
DeFuniak Springs, where he was killed in a
shootout after lawmen rammed his truck.
Joshua Cartwright, 28, a U.S. Army Re-
serve soldier, shot 45-year-old deputies Warren


"Skip" York and Burt Lopez just before 1 p.m.
atthe Shoal River Gun Club, according to the.
Sheriff's Office. The deputies were pronounced '
dead at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola a
short time later:
"We did lose two very fine men today," said
interim Sheriff Ed Spooner. "I don't think any-
body anticipated this would get to the level it
did as quickly as it did."
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Capital funds could take a hit in school budget


Ann Spann
Crestview Newrs Bulletin
Okaloosa County Su-
perintendent of Schools,
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts and
members of her staff were
at Crestview High School
on Thursday to discuss the
school district's budget for
the 2009-2010 fiscal year.
The Florida House and
Senate are yet to approve a
state budget, but proposed
revenue reduction for the


coming ,year totals $28
million, which includes a
reduction of $3.9 million in
capital outlay funds trans-
ferred to the general oper-
ating budget.
"No new revenue has
been generated to support
this budget, only a shift in
funds. They went into capi-
tal funds and moved it in the
general funds to balance
the budget," explained As-
sistant Superintendent,
Rodney Nobles. "It bothers


ime, even in the transfer,
we've lost money."
That also means less
money for repairs to the
many aging school build-
ings in Okaloosa County,
according to Tibbetts.
"I get a lot of calls sug-
gesting that we cut the
capital funds. It's all about
education until the building
is falling apart," Tibbetts
said.
Officials will consider a
variety of ways to cut cost


during these lean times,
ranging from a careful look
at supply lists to downsiz-
ing band and athletic pro-
grams.
"I expect every pro-
gram to take a ten percent
cut. The last thing we want
to do is ... reduce salaries
and benefits," stated Tib-
betts,
School district officials
are optimistic that federal
stabilization funding will be
made available to help with


the deficit, but warn that
it's not a cure-all as there
are restrictions.
"We don't know how
much stimulus that Florida
will get, much less Oka-
loosa County. It's unfolding
daily," Tibbetts said.
"We have done great
things in Okaloosa Coun-
ty and we will continue
that tradition. We will
maintain the integrity
and quality of education
in this district."


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SR 85 plan
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The lone Florida De-
partment of Transportation
official who sat unidentified
in the audience and the
DOT's consultants should
have no trouble compre-
hending locals' feelings
about their preliminary ac-
cess management plan for
State Road 85.
When Monday's public
hearing was opened to pub-
lic comment, a parade of
area business owners and
citizens strode to the podi-
um and expressed their dis-
approval of the preliminary
plan in no uncertain terms.
Many in the audience,
including former Mayor
George Whitehurst, advo-
cated the long-discussed
.bypass idea. I
"A bypass is the only
thing that makes sense,"
Whitehurst said. He de-
scribed a previous plan
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The Public Speaks
Someofthecomments
the Crestview City Coun-
cil heard at Monday's
public hearing:
Keith Lewis: "We be-
lieve the plan will be at
the expense of local busi-
nesses and the people of
Crestview," Lewis said as
he presented a stack of
petitions against the plan.
"This plan has no guaran-
tee that it will actually.in-
crease traffic flow."
Lewis "also lamented
that a half million dol-
lars was "wasted" on
"a plan that is no good
to anybody" while his
granddaughter's school
was forced to lay off eight
teachers.
"Everybody loses in
this situation," Lewis
said. "This is something
that will not work, period,
in this town. I urge the
council to stand up and
say "no, absolutely no,' to
this ridiculous plan."
Anita Fuller. "This is
a temporary fix at most,"
she said, pointing out that
"little tiny Niceville has a
six lane highway running
through it.
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News BRIEFS


York and Lopez both
patrol deputies, were re-
mrembered as two of the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office's "good cops," re-
tired military men with
children at home.
The deputies left be-
hind children Lopez
had five, and York had a
10-year-old son.
Prior to joining the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office, Deputy York and
Deputy Lopez served
with the U.S. Air Force.
Lopez had been with the
agency for more than five
years. York joined Feb. 11,
2007, and had just recently
taken patrol duties in the
north county.
Accounts have been
set up for both the Lopez
and York families through
- the Okaloosa County
Law Enforcement Be-
nevolent Association at
Beach Community Bank.
Donations can be made
* at any branch of'Beach
,. Community Bank into
any of the following ac-
counts:
Fund strictly for Dep-
uty Lopez's family.
Fund strictly for Dep-
uty York's family. '
A combined fund to
be equally distributed to
both families.
General donations
Smay be made to the Oka-
loosa Law Enforcement
* Benevolent Association.
For more information
., please visit Beach Com-


munity Bank's Web site Correction
bank. eachcommuom. ty- The follow-up Web blog refer-
Ajoint visitation for Lo- enced in the ""Waiving deductibles
pez and York will be held puts Paint & Body shop in national
at the Crestview Comn- spotlight," article in the April 25 edi-
munity Center today from tion of the Crestview News Bulletin
5 p.m. to 9 P.m was written by Bruce Adams, news
On Thursday, friends editor of Automotive Body Repair
and family willgatherfor News. The April 25 article indicated
the funeral of Burt Lopez the follow-up blog was written by the
at 3 p.m at Central Bap- author of a previous article on the
tist Church in Crestview. topic in the ABRN.
Burial will follow at Heri-
tage Gardens Cemetery to host hai
in Niceville. Eglin to host town hall
A funeral for Warren meeting Thursday at CHS
"Skip" York will be held on Eglin Air Force Base will host a
Friday at 10 a.m. at Saint
Mary Catholic Church in Town' Hall meeting open to the gen-
Fort Walton Beach. York's eral public Thursday at 6 p.m. in the
buFort Wallton Beach Yo Barran Crestview High School gymnasium.
aioal e b arrn- Col. Bruce McClintock, 96th Air
cas National Cemetery in Base Wing commander, will provide
Pensacola. an Eglin update on numerous topics
Corp. Gregory Porch, a to include the Joint Strike Fighter
resource officer at Crest- and 7th Special Forces Group bed
view High School, was downs, and the Joint Strike Fighter
Lopez's training officer. Supplemental Environmental Im-
"I can tell you he loved pact Statement.
his job," he said. '"He Crestview News Bulletin
had fun. Every day was
fun to him. You couldn't.
stress him out no matter Anaya funeral services. held
what you did to him. I NICEVILLE-MichaelAnaya's.family
tried to do things to stress and friends watched proudly Friday
him out when he was my afternoon as he was
trainee and. you never honored with the Ar-
could. my's Good Conduct
"He was. extremely Medal, Bronze Star
professional and he did and Purple, Heart
everything by the book. all awards Anaya
There is no doubt in my4 will never wear.


mind on the day this hap-
pened he was doing ev-
erything by.the book.
"He was. just a 5iper
friend."


.. The 23-year-old.
Army specialist was
killed Easter Sun-
day in. Bayji, Iraq,
about 130 miles from


was assigned to the 2nd Battalion,
27th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry
Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry
Division.
During the service, Anaya's sis-
ter read a letter to her brother from
their parents.
"Mike, my son, my joy, I am so
very proud of you," she read. "I
shared you with the Army ... they are
hurting right along with us.
"You have left all those soldiers
for us to love and to love us ... Fly, my
baby. You can do it so well."
Robbyn Brooks / Florida Free-
dom Newspapers

OCSO: Crestview man
charged with child
molestation:
A Crestview man
has been arrested
on a charge of sexu-
ally molesting a 7-
year old girl, accord-
ing to an Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Of-
fice press release.
The child says 64- MARTIN LUTHER
year old Martin Lu- HUDSON
their Hudson of 4913
Okaloosa Lane was helping her peel
some hard-boiled eggs on or around
March 21 of this year when he put
his hand. on her private areas and
began, to fondle her. The victim says
on another occasion outdoors, Hud-
son kissed her and fondled her.
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice Investigator Ralph Garrett says
while being advised of his rights
today, Hudson admitted to brush-
ing the egg shells off the victim and
then putting his hand between her
legs.
Hudson has been charged with


lewd or lascivious molestation.
Crestview News Bulletin

County auditors
chastise Hughes
In that inscrutable language only
accountants know, Okaloosa County
auditors delivered a severe tongue
lashing to Tax Collector Chris Hughes
in their 245-page annual report re-
leased Friday.
They were particularly critical of
Hughes' failure to disclose that his
office had been investigated in 2007
for financial mismanagement by the
Florida Department of Law Enforce-
ment.
The auditors also questioned
Hughes' policy for giving bonuses,
which it said, "appears" to circumvent
state Department of Revenue policy
and state statutes regarding "special
compensation."
And it questioned the tax collector's
office's documentation of its travel ex-
penses.
Hughes has been under scrutiny
in recent months for the bonuses
more $1 million total in the last five
years he's handed out to particular
employees.
He's also come under fire for his
office spending more than $182,000 on
travel since October 2005.
While the audit mentions that the
.kickback scheme disgraced Sheriff
Charlie Morris and his former admin-
istrative director Teresa Adams are
accused of orchestrating, it did not
release any startling new facts about
the case. Morris and Adams pleaded
not guilty to federal charges on Mon-
day.
Tom McLaughlin and Dusty
Ricketts / Florida FreedomlNewspa-
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nears expiration
District 3 Commissioner Bill Roberts
provided this update from the April 21
meeting of the Okaloosa County Board
of County Commissioners:
At Tuesday's meeting one topic
of discussions was about the Fire
Department Dispatch Service
Agreement that is set to expire in
September of this year. BILL ROBERTS
Currently 17 fire departments and the county fund
the 9-1-1 call center. We have set up a working
committee to see if the county can fund the call center.
This would allow the fire departments to absorb
the cost of converting radios to the Statewide Law
Enforcement System. Commissioner Wayne Harris is
the commissioner serving on that committee
Also, our initial public workshop on the budget was
Tuesday at the Emerald Coast Conf. Center.
"County Commissioner's Corner" appears in the
Crestview News Bulletin following meetings of the
Okaloosa County Board of County Commissioners
and rotates between commissioners who represent
the News Bulletin's coverage area. The reports are
compiled from interviews with Crestview News
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Wednesday. April 29, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


LOCAL MUSICIANS JAZZ IT UP WITH NWF STATE COLLEGE ENSEMBLE


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Northwest Florida
State College will perform
at Jazz in the Park in Val-
paraiso on Saturday.
The Jazz Ensemble will
be the host band for the first
annual All County Middle
School/High School Jazz
Festival on Friday, May 8, in
the NWFSC amphitheater.
The ensemble is made
up of of student musicians
from across the region, in-
cluding Darin Jordan, Jen-
nifer Morgan and Micah
Tolar from Crestview. Fred
Dumulot and Tom Latens-
er lead the group.


WIN-


JAZZY PLAYERS: The popular
Northwest Florida State
College Jazz Ensemble will
perform in Jazz in the park
on Saturday and at a free
concert on Tuesday, April
28, on the NWFSC campus.
Members include Crestview
students Darin Jordan (front
row, second from the left,
saxophone), Micah Tolar
(back row, third from the
left, saxophone) and Jennifer
Morgan (back row, sixth from
left, trumpet).


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





Schola Cantorum: A delightfully intimate evening


Spring concert in

Crestview a joy

Review by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Since the fall of 2000,
the gorgeous voices
of Schola Cantorum
("School of Singing" in
Latin, in case you won-
dered) have delighted
audiences throughout the
county.
On April 20 the North-
west Florida State Col-
lege-affiliated choir did it
again, beginning its round
of spring concerts with a
performance at the First
Presbyterian Church in
Crestview.
The spring show, "Put-
tin' on the Ritz," was a
simply'wonderful amal-
gam of mostly show tunes
from some of the current
and classic stage's most
noted British and Ameri-
can composers.
ISchola Cantorunm's
Christmas concert was a
decorous feast of secular
and sacred favorites and
perfectly suited for per-
formance in the church's
sanctuary.
The lighter spring
show, however, was per-
formed in the Fellowship
Hall, a more intimate
venue that was perfectly
suited for the material.
Despite a slight acoustic
drawback (some singers
noted a minor echo), the
April 20 audience felt as if
the group was performing
in their own parlor. We
were immersed with the
13 performers, that third
wall magically dissolving
upon the first chord.


Compiled by
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

STATE HONOR
GOES TO BIG RED
MACHINE
Crestview High School's
Big Red Machine wrapped
up an extraordinary 70th
anniversary year by re-
ceiving one of the most
coveted band awards in
the state.
The Symphonic Band
earned all "superior" rat-
-ings at the recent Florida
Bandmasters Association
State Music Performance
Assessment.
"For this outstand-
ing accomplishment, the
Crestview Band was pre-
sented with the prestigious
Otto J. Kraushaar Award,
the FBA's highest honor,"
director Jody Dunn said.
The award, named for
FBA Hall of Fame member
Otto J. Kraushaar, is given
only to those few bands in
the state that earn all su-
perior ratings .from all of
the judges at all Music Per-
formance Assessments for
the entire school year.
"This marks the high-


Director John Leath-
erwood, a member of
the NWFSC Fine and
Performing Arts faculty,
has assembled a stellar
ensemble from all walks
of life throughout the
county, including several
members from the Crest-
view area.
Schola Cantorum
includes faculty and stu-
dents from the college,
Air Force personnel,
members of the business
community, retirees and
other folks who delight in
ensemble choral singing.
Crestview is well rep-
resented by the vocal
talents of Syrita Farn-
sworth and Crestview
High School Chorus
alumni Montavius Dia-
mond, Serena Proehl
and Kaylee Thomas.
(Can you sing? Open-
ings are filled by audi-
tion. Call Leatherwood
at 729-3132 or e-mail him
at leatherj@nwfstatecol-
lege.edu to offer your vo-
cal talents.)
Works by two of Eng-
land's most esteemed
musical theatre masters,
one from the West End's
golden era and 6ne con-
temporary, opened the
evening.
Favorites from Lionel
Bart's "Oliver!" arid Sir
Andrew Lloyd Webber's
"The Phantom of the
Opera" set the tone for a
pleasurable, toe-tapping
evening.
. Crowd pleasers from
the former included
"Consider Yourself," "As
Long as He Needs Me"
and "Who Will Buy?"
From "Phantom," the,
audience enjoyed favor-
ites including the title
song, "Think of Me,"."An-


light of what has been
one of the most success-
ful years in the Crestview
Band's illustrious 70-year
history!." Dunn said.

'BEAUTY & THE
BEAST' CAST
ANNOUNCED
Following auditions
earlier this month, several
area thespians were cast
in Northwest Florida State
College's summer musi-
cal production, "Disney's
Beauty and the Beast."
Though billed as "my
first Broadway musi-
cal" when it opened on
the Great White Way, the
magical musical appeals
to audiences of all ages. It
will run July 22, 23, 24 and
25 at 7:30 p.m. at the NWF-
SC Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center
in Niceville. Tickets go on
sale June 1.
Nalia Bauer of Crest-
view was cast as the En-
chantress and Darla Brig-
anti of Holt will portray the
Wardrobe.
Various supporting
roles from Silly Girls to
Napkin Rings and Villag-
ers will be played by Rita


gel of Music" and. "Wish-
ing You Were Somehow
Here Again." The beauti-
ful "All I Ask of You" fea-
tured a duet by Charlotte
Kuss and director Leath-
erwood.
Mark Schweizer's
Witty piece, "The Weasel
Cantata," preceded the
"Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Lit-
tle/ Good Night Ladies"
round from "The Music
Man," which was followed
by Gilbert and Sullivan's
rousing, fast-paced finale
from "The Gondoliers."
The evening concluded
with a medley of favorites
by the great American
stage composer Irving
Berlin, beginning with
"There's No Business
Like Show Business."
Two numbers from
Berlin's classic "Annie
Get Your Gun" included
"Anything You Can Do,"
which pitted the men
singers against the
ladies, and the rollick-
ing "Doin' What Comes
Natur'lly."
The audience's en-
thusiastic reception
proved there is definitely
a need in our area for
entertainments of this
caliber. Schola Cantorum
is owed many kudos for
a thoroughly delightful,
professionally presented,
energetically performed
evening of musical favor-
ites. We eagerly antici-
pate the next appearance
in Crestview.

Did you miss. Schola
Cantorum's local spring
concert? Want to savor
it again? The chorus will
perform it once more
on Sunday, May 3, at 6
p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran
Church in Niceville.


Dailey, George Frye, Mary
Gleason, Zach Hillard,
Jesse Hinton and Jarick
Rivers of Crestview, and
Bruce Culpepper of DeFb-
niak Springs.
Frye, Hillard, Hinton
and Rivers were recently
seen on the local stage in
the Crestview High School
production of "Footloose."


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Don't kill centipedegrass with too much fertilizer


Larry Williams
Okaloosa County Extension
Are you dissatisfied with
your centipedegrass lawn
this spring? Do you have
dead areas within your lawn
that failed to turn green or
areas that are weak, open
and thinning with intermin-
gled yellow grass blades? If
so, you're dealing with a very
common problem. It's called
centipedegrass decline.
This condition involves a
complex of incorrect man-
agement practices and
sometimes involves nema-


UNIVERSITY of
U FIORIDA
IFAS Extension

todes (microscopic worms in
the root area), ground pearls
(scale-like insects in the root
area) and fungi. Yet the ma-
jor contributing factor to cen-
tipedegrass decline is over-.
fertilization. As a matter of
fact, if you wanted to induce
this condition in a centipede-
grass yard, all you need to do
is to be a little heavy handed
with fertilizer. In a year or
two, you will see sections of


the lawn beginning to show
the classic symptoms of de-
cline patches that begin
to die at spring green up or
shortly thereafter. It's that
simple. Centipedegrass
does not and will not toler-
ate very much nitrogen!
Fertilize centipedegrass
sparingly. Accept. its light
crabapple green color and
low maintenance require-
ments.
Pay close attention to the
following checklist when fer-
tilizing centipiedegrass.
Don't apply fertilizer
until warm spring weather


is here to stay. Mid-April is
the earliest you should fertil-
ize centipedegrass. You may
even skip a year in fertilizing
a centipedegrass lawn.
Choose a fertilizer
with 30 to 50 percent of the
total nitrogen in a slow or
controlled release form.
The product should'contain
about as much total potassi-
um (third number) as it does
nitrogen (first number).
Avoid fertilizers with
high nitrogen that contain
low percentages of potas-
sium.
Avoid the use of high


nitrogen- or high phospho-
rus-containing products.
Phosphorus is the middle
number on most fertilizer
containers. Excessively
high levels of this element
in the soil have also been
implicated in centipede de-
cline and the inability of the
grass to tak6 up iron and
other micronutrients.
Only a little fertilizer
is required with centipede-
grass. Two light, split ap-
plications spaced several
weeks apart are better than
one heavy application. Al-
ways be light handed when


fertilizing a centipedegrass
lawn.
Never apply a high ni-
trogen fertilizer after July.
Water immediately af-
ter the application in order
to activate the fertilizer and
prevent burning.
For more information on
how to groiv a Florida lawn,
contactyourlocal University
of Florida/IFAS Extension
Office or visit http://your-
floridalawn.ifas.ufl.edu.
Larry Williams is an
UF/IFAS Extension Horti-
culture Agent for Okaloosa
County.


SR85 from page Ai


connecting to an Alabama route
that nearly saw fruition until
state officials failed to support it.
"All Florida had to do was
connect to it," Whitehurst said.
"At one time I thought we had it
made."
Whitehurst said the bypass
plans are still available for
review at the Department of
Transportation office in Chipley.
'"I think the mayor should


write a resolution, the council
should pass it and send it to the
governor," said former Mayor
Ted Mat-his. "We don't need all
this' stuff right here," he said,
waving his hand at the consul-
tants' display boards.
During the City Council
meeting that followed the hear-
ing, the matter was brought up
and vigorously discussed after
resident Tommy Rogers asked,,


"Do we have any power over the
state of Florida to stop this?"
In response, administrative
services director Mike Wing
said, '"We apparently do... (The
DOT) have indicated to us
that they 'wish to incorporate
the wishes of the public in this
plan."
He reminded the council and
public again that the plan pre-
sented is only preliminary"


"We have not seen the recom-
mendations of the public in this
plan," Wing said. "After a.revised
plan is prepared, the city will be
able to comment on it."
Councilman Chip Wells, how-
ever, read from a DOT e-mail
he had received indicating the
department was anticipating
council approval of the plan at
Monday's meeting..
"That causes extreme con-


cern in my mind," Wells said. "If
they want us to adopt this plan
now, I am totally against that."
Wells moved to direct city
staff to draft a letter to the FDOT
saying the council has neither a
resolution nor does it support
the plan as presented to the city,
and requests the DOT to meet
with city officials to discuss the
city's opposition to the plan. The
motion passed unanimously.


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TAKING THE OATH:
Crestview City Clerk
Janice Young, left, takes
the oath of office with
help from notary public
Christie Harrmann.

Making

it official
Special to the News Bulletin
Attendees at the special
meeting April 6 when three
Crestview city council
members took their oaths
of office might have won-
dered, "Where's Janice?"
Janice Young, Crest-
view's city clerk, was un-
able to attend. She had sur-
gery scheduled that day.
She instead took the
oath of office April 3. She
has been back on the job for
several weeks.
"I'm thankful the people
of Crestview have put their
trust in me for another four
years. I'll do the best that I
can," said soon after filing
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good staff, and we all have
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Special to the News Bulletin
Clues for the 2009 Old
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daily in the Northwest Flori-
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The treasure is hidden
on public property. No dig-
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essary. Treasure hunting is
only allowed during daylight
hours.
Please avoidhuritingnear
major highway intersections
or other hazardous areas
A person must be at least-
18 years of age to claim the
winning prize. Finder of the


treasure must make his or
her claim before 2 p.m. on
May 2. The treasure will be
very obvious when found.
Simply follow the instruc-
tions on the item to claim
the prize.
If nobody reports a find by
2 p.m. on May 2, the treasure
then will be brought back to
the festival site at Old Span-
ish Trail Park. Tickets will
then be sold for $1 each and
a drawing will take place lat-
er that night. The winner of
the drawing will be awarded
the treasure.
Treasure Maps are avail-
able this year to assist hunt-
ers. Having a map will not be


required to find the treasure,
but it may help! /
For' a list of this year's
festival sponsors, many of
whom will have maps to dis-
tribute, go to www.ostf.info.
Monday's clue
As the Conquistadors"
traveled back through,
Once again they hid a
treasure all completely new.
Guided by the moon at
night and by the sun of day,
They knew that both
would appear the same way.
Traveling .southeast from
where the last tesoro was
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Opinion


Wednesday, April 29,2009


HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office deputies ,
Warren "Skip" York and Burt Lopez slain Saturday at
the Shoal River Gun Club.
Officer Lopez was a great man. He was personable and
hard-working and will be missed on his patrol.

Both officers were very good men. Please pray for their
family.

I came to this site to see what people were posting about
these fallen heroes. I am from California, and when we lost
fofr of our officers in Oakland, half of the posts were bash-
ing the police. It is nice to see this support for two of your
fallen officers.

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin Arts & Entertain-
ment Editor Brian Hughes reviews Crestview High
School production of 'Footloose.'
Loved it! You kids rock! Joe (Hernandez, the produc-
tion's director), have you considered doing a summer
theater production for the community? Maybe something
with adults as well as kids? It would keep a lot of us out of
trouble!

Great job to the students who worked many long hours
on construction and the production of 'Footloose'. It is up-
setting to see their efforts and talents not matched by the
school system. How many programs such as band chorus
theater and general assembly would a sound system ben-
efit? The community supports it look at the turnout.

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright writes that
the county should find more funding for upgrading
roads.
I have spent thelast three years trying to get the county
commission to take care of the roads in my neighborhood.
These are dirt roads that are in the county system that have
been neglected for years. Now they want the new residents
to pay for the county's laxhess.in this matter. Even worse,
there are residents in this neighborhood who cannot drive
to their own homes or get medical attention when needed
because of the county commissioners' lack of proactive.
management.
/
I've lived on a clay road since 1998. First the county told
me they were waiting to get an easement from a resident to
pave the road. Then last year I was told the county received
the easement but spent the allocated money for my road on
another road project.

Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District citizens advisory
coninittee brainstorms list of ways the district could
cut back on expenses
If you-have ideas we would love to hear them. You are
invited to attend our meetings and the board.meetings
any time. I can't speak for all but I know the reasons I am
involved, and it is only to help the NOFD and the citizens
of the district. If that is wrong then I am sorry,but I will
continue as long as the board wants me to help. If any of the
volunteers of the district have any input for us then come to
the next meeting or let me know and I will come to you. We
are glad for any productive input we can get.

NOFD is going to a one-man engine by the end ofthis
year, and there is nothing you can do now to stop that. You
had your chance, and nowyou get what you pay for.

Looks like there is a lot of work ahead for everyone with
concerns and stakes in NOFD. I believe if everyone will
continue to brainstorm, get baclito the basics, become
the volunteers that we once were, this will all be.resolved.
Everyone's ideas are important, good or bad, so that a com-
mon ground can be found and this mess cleaned up. But
don't forget those who place their lives on the line trying to
help everyone else.

Profundity

Briah Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"There's magic in the wake of a fiasco. It
gives you that chance to second-guess."

RICHARD M. & ROBERT B. SHERMAN
(1928 -and 1925-)
American composers in
The Roses of Success.

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PASSING SHOTS



Pollsters weigh in on controversies


The area offered no shortage of
issues to stir up peoples' opinions
in the last few months.
There have been controversies
surrounding some county govern-
ment officials. And there have.
been local events and demonstra-
tions that attracted attention.
Here's how visitors to the www.
crestviewbulletin.com Web site
weighed in on some recent news
topics, based on the results in our
online polls.
As always, the results are high-
ly unscientific, but still can spark
constructive discussions.

Question: How have the sto-
ries such as the arrest of Char-
lie Morris or the arrest of two
CPD officers affected your opin-
ion of local law enforcement?
Results: Interestingly, a plural-
ity of the 60 responders (45 per-,
cent) saw the rash of bad news in
a' positive light, saying the reports
showed no one is above the law.
The rest of the votes were split
fairly evenly (about 17 percent
apiece) between people who said
the rash of bad news had a nega-
tive effect on their opinion of local
law enforcement, people who said
the events were isolated inci-
dents, and people who said they
already had a negative opinion of
local law enforcement.
Analysis: Perhaps this result
shows that deep down, most
people want to trust in "the sys-
tem."

Question: Was the last week-
end of March, in the words of a
county press release, 'the worst
flooding in 20 years'?
Results: Sixty percent of the 43
responders said no, they've seen
worse.


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Analysis: Your
answer likely de-
pended on where
you live and how
hard you've been
hit in the past. All I
can say is it wasn't
a pleasant week-
end.


Question:
Would managed access to State
Road 85 help the traffic flow and
reduce accidents?
Results: Slightly more than
half (51 percent) of the 57 re- '
sponders don't think the much-
publicized plan will help. Thirty-.
five percent say it will. A handful
were waiting for the public hear-
ing process to conclude before
making a decision.
Analysis: To paraphrase city of
Crestview Administrative Servic-
es Director Mike Wing, the plan
had its drawbacks in its original
state, but at least it's a sfart in the
dialgoue to improve traffic flow on
State Road 85.
As an aside, after spending
four years of college in Chicago-
land, the only part of State Road'
85 I'see as Chicago-like is the dai-
ly rush hour northbound bottle-
neck on the south side of the city.

Question: What did you think
of a local church's "No More
Christians" slogan to raise
awareness for a series of discus-
sions.
Results: About half (46 per-
cent) of 35 responders thought the
signs and ads were.a good atten-
tion-getter, but were,in question-
able taste. About a quarter of the
responders said they were offend-
edby the signs and ads. About 15
percent thought the signs and ads


were a good idea, and another 15
percent had no opinion.
Analysis: As an attention-
getter, you can't argue with
campaign's results. The story was
the most-read on our Web site
for two days and got picked up by
FoxNews.com.
Was the. campaign a good idea?
On one hand, you'll never see
the News Bulletin run a "No More
Newspapers" campaign to raise
awareness for our product.
On the other hand, based on
the attention the "No More'Chris-
tians" campaign attracted, maybe
we should.

Question: What was your take
on the "tea party" rally in down-
town Crestview?
Results: Almost three-quar-
ters (73 percent) of 60 respond-
ers thought tea party was a good
response to what many see as
wasteful spending in government.
About 13 percent said the tea par-
ties were too right-wing for their
taste. A couple of people likely
with tongue in cheek said the
government doesn't spend enough
and that the parties were too left-
wing.
Analysis: Most people who
vote in the News Bulletin's on-
line polls think the government
spends too much money.
Perhaps the better question
would have been, what can
the average citizen do about
it?

Kyle Wright is the News Bulle-
tin editor. Contact him at 850-682-
6524, or e-mail kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com.,
Visit the "Passing Shots"
blog at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Letter to the EDITOR


Crestview chamber
voices concern With
SR 85 plan
On behalf of the offi-
cers, directors and inem-
bers of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce,
we respectfully voice our
concerns with the State
Road 85 Access Manage-
ment Plarr.
.While we accept that
something needs to be
done, the chamber cannot
support this plan. We feel


the plan will have a signifi-
cant, negative impact on
most, if not all, of our busi-
nesses on State Road 85
and therefore a negative
impact on the Crestview
economy. As presented,
the plan will drastically
limit access to the point
, that there 'is major con-
cern for the future viability
of these businesses.
As to the claims that
safety!: a major factor, the
plan did not contain any
evidence accidents would
be reduced. In fact, most


accidents mentioned were
"rear-end" accidents, and
there's no proof in the plan
these would be alleviated
by requiring U-turns ver-
sus the current configura-
tion. We believe U-turns
by their very nature will
cause appreciably more
accidents.
Once again, we agree
something must be done
to improve the flow of traf-
fic on State Road 85. This
plan is not the answer.
There are other solutions
out there. We would rather


delay the expenditure of
these funds now in order
to look for a better alterna-
tive. Perhaps a third lane,
or, dare we say it, a bypass.
Once this money is spent,
our state government
will consider the problem
"solved." In the rush to
obtain a quick fix, we may
be actually limiting our fu-
ture.

Pat Dingess
President
Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce


S: Bonus HUBBUB


The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce let-
A ter regarding the 'proposed State Road 85 Access
Management Plan drew plenty of responses on the
ww'w.crestfviewbulletin corn Web site.
Wait. Everyone gripes about the traffic, which
is bad. However. once a plan is brought forward,,
it's immediately criticized because it's not what
you personally wanted? Do something or stop,the'
gripe. Try something other than what we currently
have.

Woohoo! You go Pat Dingess!


Bravo! Someone has finally found backbone. I
worked on one of the bypass pushes and found FDOT
was the main hurdle.

Something should have been done 20 years ago,
but it's always the same ol' deal. This whole me-
dian closure thing is the most absurd "fix" to State .
Road 85's traffic problems in Crestview that I've
ever heard, and I'm glad the chamber of commerce
'wants to) put a stop to such ,a useless waste of our
money. Put a bypass in. It's the only fix, people!


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Camden J..Knudsen
celebrated his first
birthday April 2. He
is the son of Kim and
Andrew Knudsen of
Crestview.


DeWayne A. Moore
celebrated his first
birthday April 10. He
is the son of Stephenie
Kelly and Wayne Moore
of Crestview.


Is your child celebrating his or her
first birthday soon? Jill Smith takes
the Crestview News Bulletin's "Happy
First Birthday!" photos in her studio at
5669 Reinke Dr., behind the Crestview
library. Photos will be taken by appoint-
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Tuesday. Please call 826-1819 for an ap-
pointment. A free birthday photo will be


Tristan Daniel Locke
celebrates his first
birthday May 12. He is
the son of Meggan and
William Locke of Laurel
Hill.


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must be arranged within one month of
the child's first birthday. Call 826-1819
for details.


JSF F-35 Lightning II


arrives with much fanfare


REUNION AT THE F-35 ARRIVAL

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EDWARDS REUNION AT EGLIN: Edward Cole (right), the Lockheed F-35 pilot
David "Doc" Nelson (left), and the Eglin Vice Commander Col. Arnold
Bunch Jr. (center) at the F-35 arrival. They found they had all been at
Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., in 1990 where Mr. Nelson and Col.
Bunch had graduated from the Test Pilot School and' Cole worked on their
test airplanes as a Special Instrumentation Technician.


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

EGLIN AFB Everything
was in place. The media
had been notified and
guests had arrived. All that
was left was for the star to
make her grand entry.
Then, unexpectedly, she
was a no-show.
Who was this elusive
celebrity? Some famous
actress or rock star? No
- but according to lo-
cally generated interest, it
might have been.
A day late, the star,
Lockheed-Martin's F-35
Joint Strike Fighter, made
her maiden voyage over
the skies of Northwest
Florida.
First appearing as a tiny
gray dot in the western sky
and framed against a deep
blue background, AA-1, as
she is known by her pro-
duction number, made an
uneventful landing.
As she passed over-
head, a television per-
sonality was heard to say
somewhat disappointedly,
"It (the airplane) doesn't
make any more noise than
my husband's lawn trac-
tor."
That is clearly what
brought the crowd a
chance to see and hear for
themselves just how noisy
this airplane is.
Apart from invited
guests, several hundred
onlookers lined both sides
of State Road 85 at the
west end of Eglin's main
12-30 runway just for that
reason.-
Most were disappointed
the noise level did not live
up to its reputation or
exceed the level they had
expected.
"I really expected it


to be a lot louder," said
James Strayman, of Red
Level, Ala., one of the on-
lookers camped outside
Eglin's west gate.
"Everything I'd read
about the flap going on
down in (Valparaiso), I
sort of figured this thing
would be really loud, but
it's not."
A .few hand-held noise
meters popped up at vari-
ous times during the F-35
flyover, and the results
seem to substantiate
Lockheed Martin's asser-
tion the aircraft is no more
noisier F-15s and F-16s.
Noise also seems to
have been the hot button
topic among those who
were present, at the of-
ficial reception and pre-
sentation given shortly be-
fore an opportunity to talk
about the aircraft with its
flight crew, manufacturer
executives and high-level
Department of Defense
representatives.
Beginning in 2011, a
yet-to-be-activated flight
test wing will replace the
33rd Fighter Wing, which
will be deactivated. The
F-16s will be disbursed
among active duty and re-
serve units.
At that time, the F-35
will become the primary
aircraft of the hew wing.
Total assigned aircraft
may eventually reach more
than 100.
It is these aircraft Val-
paraiso Mayor Bruce Ar-
nold has taken to task in
the court system.
What is apparent is the
aircraft is in a class all by
itself, a fifth generation
fighter designed to gain
and hold air superiority
well into the middle of this
century.


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It is a technological
marvel that can carry
more inboard ordnance
than a B-24 bomber could
during World War II.
Yet it is a fighter aircraft
in every measurable way.
It is faster, heavier and
more maneuverable than
any of its nearest competi-
tors, and can accelerate to
liftoff within 1,500 feet fully
loaded without aid of after-
burners.
It can also be converted
from a conventional air-
craft to the vertical model,
and it is jam-packed with
electronics that a genera-
tion ago would have been
considered science fiction
material.
'Whether by accident or
by design, the F-35 came in
quietly, and took off again
under normal military
power, meaning afterburn-
ers were not used.
'This was not lost on
those who were present
for the briefing in front of
the McKinley Laboratory
as F-15s screamed across
the sky above their heads.
Clearly a single F-35
aircraft is not going to
generate the same level
and amount of noise as a
squadron of aircraft.
As far as north county
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most welcome. That opin-.
ion was clearly expressed
by Betsy Miller, a Crest-
view resident and member
of the Crestview Chamber
of Commerce.
"I think it is beautiful
and a technological mar-
vel," she said.
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. What's Happening


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
OSTF EVENTS: Old
Spanish Trail Festival
Society has planned the
following for the 2009 Old
Spanish Trail Festival:
S Carnival. April 29 to
May 2 at the Old Spanish
Trail Park. Come to the
midway for food, games
and rides!
Treasure Hunt, end-
ing at 7 p.m. May 2 or
when .the treasure is
found. Clues will be posted
at in the Bulletin, the Daily
News, on WJSB/WAAZ
and online at ,www.ostf.
info and www.cvctv.info.
The entertainment
schedule willbe announced
soon.
WOLF FORUM
CREATED: WOLF, the
Women of Leadership
Forum, is a. Best Buy
movement to develop
amazing leaders by build-
ing leadership skills, and
linking the voices together
to empower women. The
forum reinvents brganiza-
tions from both the inside
and out, enabling women
to work. Details: (850) 269-
2140 or www.bestbuy.com.
'FREE SENIOR
BINGO: The Ladies
Auxiliary of Knights of
Columbus will host bingo
May 14 at 10:30 a.m. at
the group hall, 701 U.S.
Highway 90 East in
Crestview. Lunch is pro-
vided. Please call 689-2487
or 682-9695 to make reser-
vations.
MCKAY-HAYES
REUNION & GOSPEL


i CELEBRATION: May
8 at 7 p.m. at New Life,
Missionary Baptist
Church, 285 Duggan Ave.,
Crestview. A fun run/walk
is planned May 9 at 8:15
a.m., beginning at Deacon
Clyde Hayes' home at 438
S. Lincoln St., Crestview.
Details. Sanford Hayes,
cell 682-4186; church 689-
, 5433; home 682-4186.
BEATDEBT&BUILD
WEALTH: with the Dave
Ramsey Financial Peace
University class.
Learn what FPU is
about on Sunday, May 3
at 5:30 p.m. or Wed., May
6 at 6:30 p.m. The 13-week
classes start ,Vyonday;
May 11 at 7 p.m. at New
Life Missionary Baptist
Church, 285 Duggan Ave.
in Crestview.
-Details: Pastor Sanford
Hayes, cell 682-4186;
church 689-5433; home
682-4186.
FREE SUMMER
CAMP: Shoal River
Learning Center at 5190 S.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview
is providing free Summer
Camp (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
. for eligible 4 & 5 year olds
from May 18 to August 4.
Call 682-4700 from 6 a.m. to
6 p.m. to see if your child
qualifies.
CRESTVIE W'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.
BAYA FUN DAY: May
2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at the BAYA ball fields in'
.Baker.
Games, food, raffles;
water slide, obstacle
course, Sponge Bob
moonwalk and many other.
activities are planned.
Details: Jim Wagner,
537-4549. Please leave
a: message if there's no
response.
REMEMBRANCE,
CELEBRATION:
Covenant Hospice. is
hosting a remembrance
celebration at 2i:00
p.m. Sunday, May 3 'at
First United Methodist
Church, 599 Eighth Ave.,
Crestview..
Covenant Hospice
patients and community
members who have died
will be remembered
and celebrated, by
family, friends and staff.
Participants are asked to
bring a picture of their
loved one and. children
and teens are invited to
participate in a special
procession. A reception
with refreshments will
follow.
Details: Karen
Whitworth, 682-3628.
CAMP BRAVE
HEART: Emerald
Coast Hospice's Camp
Brave Heart at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville, is
designed for children ages
7-14 who have experienced
the loss of a loved one.
Dates are July 17 through
20. A prior affiliation with.
Emerald Coast Hospice is
not a prerequisite.
While the emphasis is
on healing, there is play
time as well. The children


will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities
such as arts and crafts,
boating, field games, and
swimming. Children will
also have the opportunity
to honor the .people they
have' lost with a very
special memorial service.
Volunteer applications
to assist with the camp are
being accepted. Details:
Contact Jim Vail or Susie'
Chestnut at 689-0300 or
www.gentiva.com/hospice.

MISCELLANEOUS,
FILM SCHOOL
WORKSHOPS: The
Production Services
Association of Northwest
Florida (www.PSANWF.
com) will hold a workshop
on May 2 in the banquet
room' (2nd floor) of
Fokker's Sports Pub in.
Fountain Square, Fort
Walton Beach. After each
workshop, attendees can
hang out at Fokker's
Sports Pub for pizza and
networking with fellow
filmmaking enthusiasts.
The workshops are free
to Production Services
Association members.,
'There is a $30 annual
membership fee for new
members. Details: RJ
Murdock, 244-7100 or www.
PSANWF.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on the
group's upcoming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Rebinck at (850) .581-4591
or e-mail her at freklzl00@
cox.net.
April 30, 11 a.m. Bike


ride on Scenic 98 in Destin.
Meet at the Village Baptist
Church on Matthews Blvd.
Lunch afterward. Honcho:
Chuck and Carol Dujsik,
269-0556.
May 3, 9 a.m. Kayak/
canoetriponBoilingCreek.
An Eglin Recreation Pass
is required. Meet at the'
boat launch where Hwy.
87 crosses over the Yellow
River. Honcho: Cheryl
Gardner, cell (850) 516-
9038.

ONGOING
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The
Crestview Public Library
offers one-on-one
beginning skills computer
tutoring.
Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr.
(behind the Post Office, or
call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You
will need -a library card
to use the computers.
All residents of Okaloosa
County are eligible for a
library card at no cost.
Just bring in a picture ID
and proof of current street
address.
SENIOR CENTER
MUSIC AND MORE: The
Crestview Senior Activity
Center at Old Spani'sh
Trail Park invites seniors
to join an afternoon of
music from 1 to 4 p.m.
every Friday. Bring your
keyboard, guitar or other
musical instrument. Fun
is the keyword. Card and
bingo days also available.
For more information call
Estelle at 682-8230.
QUARTER BINGO:


The Crestview Knights ob
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The
K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the
fun.
VOLUNTEERS:
Emerald Coast Hospice
is in need of volunteers
in the Walton-Okaloosa
area. Becoming a hospice
.volunteer is similar to
helping a neighbor in need.
The only qualification
required is your desire to
help someone in need. You
don't 'need any medical
skills; you dornt need a
college degree:, you don't
even need to know what
to say. All you need to do
is sign up for Emerald
Coast Hospice Volunteer
training. Please come and
bring a friend and see what
we have to offer. Details:
Ann O'Connor, 689-0300.
CRISIS HOTLINE/
RAPE CRISIS CENTER:
by Bridgeway provides
free confidential crisis
intervention, certified
Rape Crisis Center
services, on-site intake
and evaluation, suicide
prevention and crisis
stabilization. They also
provide free services and
advocacy to victims of
violent crime 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year.
Call anytime, day
or night. There is help
available. Don't give up--
make the call to 682-0101
or 244-9191.
WISE is a program ol
the Community Drug and
Alcohol Council. For more
information,' call 689-4024
in Crestview.


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Check it OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Public Ubrary

We are continuing our
celebration of National Library
Week with free access to some
highly praised online resources
for use by our library patrons.
The free access is made
available by Gale, part of Cengage
Learning, and is available for
many Gale resources including
Gale Directory Library, Global
Issues in Context, Health &
Wellness Resource Center,
Testing and Education Reference
Center and Business & Company
Resource Center.
Free access will be available
through May 15. You can access
these databases through our Web
page at www.cityofcrestview.org/
library.htm. At the green "What
would you like to do" box, click
on. the drop down box and choose
a category. This is an excellent
resource you will find helpful and
interesting. Don't miss the "Find
a Legal Form" category. These
are forms you will pay a price for
if you shop for legal forms online,
but during this promotion they're
free. Take advantage of this free
offer now.


Programs
Our Lap Sit program May
4 and 5 will feature stories for
Mother's Day. Join us at
10:15 a.m. in the Story room.
Story Time is May 6 and 7
at 10:15 a.m. Miss Heather will.
read stories to celebrate Moth-
er's Day. After the program, you
and your child may do a simple
craft together.
Craft time on May 6 will
start between 1 and 2 p.m. Chil-
dren must finish their craft by 3
p.m. The'activity this month will
be a Mother's Day craft.
,* Special Story Time pro-
grams "Me, Myself, & I," will be
offered May 20, May 27 and June
3. Stories and crafts for children
ages 3 years and older will be
presented in the meeting room
at 10:15 a.m.
The May 20 program for
"ME" is "Reflectiorns of ME."
The May 27 program for "MY-
SELF" is "Design Myself." On
June 3, Identity kit and finger
printing will be provided by the
Crestview Police Department.
Mark your calendars. You and
your children will not want to,
miss these special programs.
.* Friday at 4 p.m. join us for
Nintendo Wii for ages 12-18.


Parents and family members
are welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the Wii ac-
tivities will only be available to
teens.
*. Join the library's Online
Book Clubs arid start.receiving
chapters from popular books
in your daily e-mail. A chapter
a day for five days will be sent
to your e-mail. This will give
you the opportunity to see if
you would like to finish reading
the. book. If so, you can call the


library and ask if we have the
book available for checkout. This
is a free service. You can join by
going to our Web page and reg-
istering for the online book club.
Then the excitement begins.
The next First Tuesday
Program is May 5 at 10:30 a.m.
in our meeting room. Elaine
Courtney, University of Florida
Okaloosa County Extension
Family & Consumer Sciences
Agent, will present "Who Gets
Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate?
Transferring Personal Posses-
sions." Transferring personal
possessions causes trouble in
many families. Join us for an
interesting look at ways you can
do it with out a fuss.

Staff pick
"Mounting Fears,"
by Stuart Woods (Fic Woo).
President William Jefferson
Lee IV's reelection campaign
should be a shoo-in since he has
a 62 percent approval rate in
the polls. It turns out one thing
after another goes wrong. His
Vice President dies, the newly
appointed Vice President has
marital problems and may end
up in divorce court, which might
reveal his affairs and end with


his picture on the cover of the
National Inquirer. Would you
believe the ex-CIA operative
Teddy Fay appears again? If you
are a follower of Woods novels
you will remember Teddy as the
freelance assassin of right-wing
politicians who has repeatedly
been reported dead. To top off
all of this the Taliban seizes a
nuclear device in Afghanistan,
along with the codes and
personnel necessary to
detonate it. Old favorites return
when President Jefferson
recruits Lance Cabot and Holly
Barker to help him secure the
election. Woods fans will enjoy
this book.

Contact us
On the Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce Dr.,
Crestview, FL 32536 (Behind the
Crestview Post Office)

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A WINNER!: CHS senior Gabe Silva (second from left, with arms crossed) learns BRIAN HUGHESI Crestview News Bulletin
from Art Club president Gabby Daniel (far right) that his painting "Long Live the PATRON OF THE ARTS: Principal Ed Coleman admires Jazelle Taylor's
Beatles" has won a blue ribbon. Art teacher Lori Phillips (center, with camera) first-place winning collage "Transformation" during the CHS Spring Art
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Spring art show highlights CHS talent


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Gabe Silva couldn't
understand why fellow art
student Gabby Daniel ran
up and hugged him as he
walked into the Crestview
High School 2009 Spring Art
Show opening reception.
When she took him by
the hand and escorted him
to where his painting was
exhibited, the blue ribbon
attached to it explained her
enthusiastic greeting.
The Cresthiew High ju-
nior was stunned.
"I wasn't expecting
that!" Silva exclaimed. "It
was my first painting. I said
I would be happy if it just
got honorable mention."
Silva promptly whipped
out his cell phone and start-
ed manipulating the keys.
"I'm texting my best
friend in Arkansas because
we're like comrades-in-art,"
he explained.
His painting, a hom-
age to the Fab Four called'
"Long Live the Beatles,"


took first place in the col-
lage category.
The annual CHS Art
Show is an opportunity to
see works by some of the
community's finest young
artists. For many, it's their
first chance to exhibit in'
a judged art show. For se-
niors, it's the culmination
of years of cultivating their
talents. Many will continue
on to study visual arts in
college.
Art instructors Laurel
Siwicld and Lori Phillips"
proudly admired their stu-
dents' efforts.
"I see it in my classroom
all the time," Siwicki said.
"Here, I get to see it the
way it should be displayed.",
Phillips, who teaches
drawing and painting, gets
to see many new artists
each year Siwicki, who
teaches more advanced
art courses, has seven AP
students, up from four last.
year.
"All of my AP class does
such good work that they all
stand out," she said proudly


"This year we have a higher
level of artists among the
AP students."
Around the.school s me-
dia center art lovers could
hear occasional bursts
of excitement as stude nt
artists discovered ribbons
hanging from their work
"Daddy! I got first'
place!" exclaimed junior
Sarah Brown, who took the
blue ribbon in the ceramic
sculpture category for
"Rahne of Mercy"
"She's in the art club," .
explained her smiling fa-
ther Mark Brown. "She's:
been with it since she was a
freshman. She's really been
involved with it."
Visual art wasn't the only
talent.displayed at Tuesday
evening's reception. The
culinary arts were well rep-
resented by students in the
school's acclaimed culinary
program. The variety of
hors d'oeuvre and mini-
desserts were as delicious
as they were handsomely
presented.
Were I giving awards


in the culinary category,
the potato pizzata and
raspberry chocolate cakes
would get top honors.
"Best of show" clearly
went to the mini blueberry
cheesecakes, which were
gone midway through the
evening. -
Several awardswere
distributed during the re-
ception. Emerging Artist
certificates were present-
ed to Francesca Valverde,
Kelsi O'Connor, Gina Med-
ley and Hannah Naylor.
Best of Show, the one
award chosen by CHS
students and faculty, went
to Nick Waters for his
painting "R.LEP Mitch." It
was a moving piece done
in memory of CHS football
player Mitch Kertis, who
died last fall in a car wreck.
Gabby Daniel, who is
also president of the Art
Club, was selected as the
Artist of the Year.
"She has a true passion
for art," Siwicki said.
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Best in Show
Nick Waters
Photography
Kerry McVey-1 sl
Kelsi O'Connor-2nd
Gabby Daniel-3rd
Kelsi O'Connor-HM
Scratch Board
Claire Ramos-1 st
Frankie Valverde-2nd
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Elizabeth Hill-1 st
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George Fry-2nd
George Fry-3rd (tie)
Jessica Gartman-3rd
(tie)
Celesie Dursey-HM
Marker
Awi Bawi-1Ist
Alex" Eichorst-2nd
Cody Hinesley-3rd
Sarah Keely-HM
Oil/Chalk Pastel
Gabby Daniel-1 st
Jennifer Keith-2nd
v\sha Thorton-3rd (tie)
Geno Medley-3rd (tie)
Gabby Daniel-HM (tie)
Elizabeth HIll-HM (tie)
Ciara Ammons-HM
(tie)

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Water Color
Claire Ramos-1 si
Jessica Gartman-2nd
Madison Smith-3rd
,Jessica Gartman-HM
Acrylic/Tempera
Gabby Daniel-1st
Asha Thorron-2nd (tie)
Alex Cote-2nd (tie)
Gabby Daniel-3rd
Collage
Gabe Sila-lst (tie)
Asha Thorton-1 sr (tie)
Frankie Valverde-2nd
Victoria Bishop-3rd
Brandi Burroughs-HM
Mixed Media
Jazelle Taylor- I si
Javan Garza-2nd,
Frankie Valverde-3rd
Gabby Daniel-HM
Javan Garza-HM
Alex Cote-HM
Jennifer Keith-HM
Joseph Messier-HM
Ceramic Sculpture
Sarah Brown-1 st
Sarah Harp-2nd
Jordann Allen-3rd
Teapots
Danielle Barne, 1 sl t
Jessica Durgan, 2nd
Lynsi Lovelace-3rd
Coil Pots
Skyler Cross-1sl
Jen Williams-2nd
Kayla Cheung-3rd
Hand-Built Pottery
Lindsey Tompkins-1 st
Danielle Barnett-2nd
Lisa Roberts-3rd
Clay Honorable
Mentions
Katie Brooks
Lauren Estep
Alex Bartlett
Autumn Tolar
Courtney Adams
Kena Rogers
Jen Williams


PUBLIC from pqge Al


vision for the future and not
make a temporary fix," Fhll-
er implored. "Don't spend
the hard-earned money of
the taxpayers on something
that isn't for the future."'
Tom Turbeville had ex-
amined the traffic flow data.
'A greater look indicates the
traffic that travels 85 is most-
ly localized," he said. "The
real solution is to get some
of that traffic load off 85. Opp,
Ala., has a bypass. Crestview
doesn't."
Mack Brooks: "We can't
afford another lane or two on
Hwy. 85? I believe we can. As
for a bypass, you go to Pen-
sacola they have all kinds of
overpasses. If we don't take
the step and go for the fu-
ture, we're in trouble."
Jerry Parker: "This is
only a stop-gap measure,"
he said. "Somebody needs to
take a long look at this thing
because Crestview is going
to have worse problems than
it has now."
Mike Cohen: "All my
life I've heard of the bypass
around Crestview. It's time
to bite the bullet and do it."
Tysha Mills: Speaking for
"the younger generation,"
Mills told the council, "You
are not making this city what
we want....When your chil-
dren and your grandchildren
graduate college, they will


only come back to visit," she
warned. They won't plant
roots here. "You're looking
at taking a generation and
saying We're not looking out
for you.'"
Mickey Rytman: "I think
everyone in this room is
aware of the problems this
plan would create." Rytman
recommended a flyoverfrom
northbound S.R. 85 routing
traffic west on Antioch Road,
then north on a bypass.
John Wise: "I want to
say 'amen' to all that has
been said up to this point,"
he said, adding, "How in the
world are emergency ve-
hicles going to get to where
they need to go?"
Jake House: "It would
hurt ourbusiness and depre-
ciate our property"
Brett House cited a re-
cent property sale that was
successful because of two
accesses to the site, and
said, "Commercial real es-
tate buyers want access....
If they, don't have access,
they're going to buy some-
where else."
Tommy Rogers: "We can
complain all we want to but
the state of Florida is go-
ing to do what they want to
do. If that's true, that's sad.
If there's any way to stop
it, then please let's do it be-
cause this is our city."


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SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School baseball
Davidson at Richbourg,
3:30 p.m.
Middle School softball
Davidson at Richbourg,
3:3.0 p.m.
Middle School track
Davidson, Richbourg at
county meet at Choctaw,
5 p.m.
Middle School softball
Destin at Davidson, 3:30 p.m.
Bruner at Richbourg,'
3:30 p.m.

Thursday
High School baseball
District I -I A tournament
championship at Laurel Hill,
teams TBA, 6 p.m.
District I-2A tournament
at Freeport,TBA
High School track
Crestview 'at Region I-3A
meet at Chiles

Friday
High School softball
Baker Class 2A region
semifinals,TBD, 7 p.m.
High School track
Baker at state meet at ,
Winter Park.

BRIEFS
BAYA Fun Day
The annual Baker Area
Youth Association (BAYA)
Fun Day will be Saturday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the BAYA ball fields.The
: .day will include games,
food, raffles, a water slide,
an obstacle course and a_
SpongeBob moonwalk. For'
details, call Jim Wagner at
537-4549.

Foxwood Ladies
golf tournament
The 2009 Foxwood
Ladies Golf Association
tournament is scheduled'
for May 13 at Foxwood.
Women golfers from
across Northwest Florida
and South Alabama are
expected to: participate
in the tournament that
has between 80-100
participants each year.
Proceeds will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
,available for $ 100; silver,
$50. For more information,
call FLGA president Beverly
Coyne at 683-9640 or
tournament chairwoman
Faye Thomas at 682-0705.

Heavy Hitters
Northwest Florida Heavy'
Hitters 1.2U baseball will
conduct workouts every
Sunday from 3-5 p.m. at the
Baker Area Youth 'Sports -
Complex.Tournaments
don't start until after the
middle school season.
For more information, call
Melvin at 902-6237 or Greg
at 496-9235.

Trail Association
Visit http://choctaw.florida
trail.org for details on
upcoming events. ,
Adventure Club
For details on club events,
call Clarice Hebinck at
850-581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl 00@cox.net.
*Thursday, II a.m. Bike
ride on Scenic 98 in Destin.
Meet at the Village Baptist
Church on Matthews
Boulevard. Lunch afterward.
Call Chuck and Carol
Dujsik, 269-0556.
May 3,9 a.m. kayak/canoe
trip on Boiling Creek.An
Eglin recreation pass is
required. Meet at the boat
launch where Highway 87
crosses over the Yellow
River. Call Cheryl Gardner,
850-516-9038.


GATORS CELEBRATE SOFTBALL THREE-PEAT


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletmin
CHAMPS AGAIN: Baker's softball team claimed its third consecutive district championship with a 1-Q, 10-inning
win against Vernon in the District 1-2A championship game at Jay on Thursday. The Gators hosted Sneads in
a Region 1-2A quarterfinal late Tuesday. Visit www.crestviewbullelin.com for the results of Tuesday's game.






Teams spri ng into action


CHS, Baker football spring practices start Friday


Randy Dickson
CrestviewNews Bulletin
This is the time of year
when hope springs eternal.
Nowhereis that moreap-
parent than at high schools
across the state as spring
football starts Friday.
Crestview head coach
Matt Brunson is ready to
get started. ,
"We are excited," he
said. "If this weather will
hold up it's going to be a
grand spring.
"We get three weeks and
we finish up on the 22nd
iof May3). We've got Nicev-
ille here (for the spring
game)."
Don't expect to see any-
thing fancy from Crestview
over the next few weeks.
"We are working on the
basics," Brunson said. "We,
are going to
block
aild


tackle and try to protect the
football.
"We felt like we devel-
oped a very physical. rup
game last year and we are
going to try and embellish
it. We'lost Jordan (Glover
at tailback), and we have'
to find another tailback we
can depend on."
Quarterback should be
the least of Brunson's con-
cerns with Blake Ritchie
returning. Ritchie, .who
moved into the starting role
about midway through last
season, will have some nice
targets to throw to in Chris
Pickett, Artis Coleman and
Allen Caldwell.
The Bulldogs, who fin-
ished 6-5 and lost to Pace in
the first round of the play-
offs, should have a ,solid
defense as they compete in
the newly aligned District
2-4A that includes Nicev-
.ille, Mosley 'and Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
"We have to solidify Our


secondary," Brunson said.
"We have some young kids
that we look forward to get-
ting out there and see how
they play'out,"
Things in Baker will be
a little more interesting for
Bob Kellogg as he enters
his fifth year at the helm of
the Gators.
Baker loses All-State
quarterback Cameron
Domangue and a large se-
nior class to graduation,
which should make for an
interesting spring.
"Probably more than any
year since I've been there it
is going to be a rebuilding
year," he said. "Spring is
going to be critical because
it's going to be, as I always
say, -Get the right pegs in
the right holes.'
, "Going into last spring
we had a good grip.on who
was where. But this year
it's wide open at quarter-
back. I think we've got
three 'kids that are going


to fight for it and possibly
a fourth. I'm not sure who
will be in it."
The same is true at al-
most every position.
"Running backs," Kel-
logg said "we lost all of
them. Our offensive line
was devastated (by gradu-
ation).
"We lost our starting
center and guards. Four of
the five of them up there at
times were seniors so we
are going to be real young,
and it's going to be a chal-
lenge."
It's not a far stretch to
say this is, next to Kellogg's
first spring at Baker, the
most crucial of his Gator
tenure.
"It's just going to be a
critical spring for us," he
said. "We are just hoping at
the end of the spring we are
going to know who we are
going to have at what posi-
tions.
"That's why I'm glad we


"Spring is going to be critical because it's going to be,
as I always say, 'Get the right pegs in the right holes.'"
Bob Kellogg, Baker coach


We want level playing field'


Baker represented at
meeting of rural schools

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

GRACEVILLE Florida High
School Athletic Association Execu-
tive Director Dr. Roger Dearing was
on hand last week to hear the con-
cerns of coaches and administra-
tors from small rural schools across
Northwest Florida.
"We just want a, level playing field
between small rural public schools
and the private schools," Graceville
assistant principal Danny Sims said.
"Graceville in grades 6-12 has 350
students. We went to the region finals
and played (Gainesville) the Rock (in
basketball), and no one on the team
was from America, and all 'of them
were 6-foot-5 or better."
Sneads volleyball coach Shelia
Roberts told the group it was frus-
trating for her and her peers at the
small rural schools to get a team to
the state final four, only to get beat


badly in straight sets. She said it torch on the issue for years, and he
made the girls feel as if they were on isn't just thinking in terms of foot-
a middle school team trying to play ball.
the University of Florida. "We want it (some sort
Baker head football coach of reassignment or realign-
and athletic director Bob ment) for all sports, not just
Kellogg's experience with football," he said. "We might
the Gators has been an eye- be willing to try something on
opener after working as an an experimental basis.
assistant coach at big schools "Jay will never compete
throughout his 30-plus-year with North Florida Christian
career.. Bob Kellogg or Jupiter. And I don't know
"This is the first time in my anyone in Lithuania, but if
career I feel like I don't have a chance (private schools use foreign athletes)
(to compete for a state champion- that's OK (as long as rural public
ship)," Kellogg told Dearing. "When schools don't have to compete with.
we play Jay, we take our 25 and they them)."
have their 25 and both of us will have Dearing agreed there is a prob-
eight or 10 guys going both ways. lem.
"Butthen we get in the playoffs and "What is here in place now isn't
play North Florida Christian and they working for public schools in the pan-
have 50 guys and maybe two of those handle," he said. "The situation here
guys are going both ways. In 29 years is different than anywhere else in the
(as an assistant at big schools) I had state.
a couple of opportunities, but for the "This is a problem that needs to be
first time in my career I feel I don't resolved. A public school has a geo-
have a chance to have a chance." graphic region and a private school
Jay football coach and athletic
director Elijah Bell has carried the See RURAL B2


BOYS
WEIGHTLIFTING
Whatmough second
at state meet
Baker senior Billy
Whatmough finished

in the
169-pound
weight i
class at the

State

Saturday in BILLY
New Port WHATMOUGH
Richey.
Whatmough and Jake
Woodham of Arnold both
lifted 625 total pounds,
butWoodham weighed
2.6 fewer pounds in the
weigh:-in.
Both Whatmiough and
Arnold lifted 350 pounds
on the bench press and
275 pounds on the
clean-and-jerk.
Both lifted 25 more total
pounds than anyone else in
either enrollment.class.
Crestvievws Clint Lukert
was I 0th in the 199-pound
class in the Class 2A state
meet with a combined lift
of 375 pounds.

SOFTBALL
Baker 1, Vernon 0
Baker shortstop Carly
Barton doubled and scored
on aVernon error with two
outs in the bottom of the
10th inning Thursday at Jay
as the Gators claimed their
ihird straight District I-2A
softball title. t
Something had to give
in a game dominated by
pitching, and Barton was
able to give the Gators the
break they needed.
Barton actually ran
through a stop sign by
Gator, coach John Carlisle
to score,'
"I think he was telling
me,'No,' "she said,"but I
was going once I saw it get
through.
"It was so hard and
tiring.We deserved this.
We've been working hard."
Carlisle credited Barton
with the heads-up play.
"I wanted her to stop,
* but she saw the ball get
away before I did and she
was able to score," he said.
"She just has great instincts
out there":
Maybe it was fitting that
Barton,who wears No. 4
for the Gators, scored the
winning run.Throughout
the game it was a pair of
pitchers wearing No.2
Baker's, Lauren Griffith
and Vernon's Lauren
Register that dominated
the contest.
The game was reminiscent
of one the two pitchers
played against each other last
year in summer ball.
"Me and their girl
actually went 10 innings in a
travel ball game one time',"
Griffith said. "But this was
the most intense game I've
ever been a part of.
"I thought we were
playing great, and I knew
we'd pull it out."
Griffith struck out nine
Yellow Jackets, and she had
solid defense behind her
throughout the game.
Twice the Gators threw
aVernon runner out at the
plate.
The Gators left six
runners in scoring position,
but none of that mattered
when Barton crossed the
plate.
"That was the greatest
softball game I've ever
been a part of," Carlisle
said. "That game could
have gone either way.The
ebb and flow changed
consistently.
"It was unbelievable.
We had some of our girls
step up defensively like they
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Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Small-school olavoff system is broken RURAL from page B1


The athletics gap between
small rural schools and small
schools in suburban areas, most
of which are private,
has been a big area of
contention in several
states for many years.
Florida is no
exception to that
problem. But because
of the state's unique
geographic shape and NORTH
uneven population ZON
distribution, coaches Randy Dic
here in Northwest
Florida feel that the issue
has not been given adequate
attention.
Small schools from
metropolitan areas have
dominated state competition in
Class 1A and 2A for the better
part of the last 20 years. That's
not to say they have won every
state championship in every.
sport, but the monopoly is
definitely apparent.
All you have to do is look at
the state series records in any
sport on the FHSAA Web site,
www.fhsaa.org, and the problem
is easy to see.
Most coaches and
administrators, even at the
rural public schools, don't want
to make it a public school vs.
private school battle.
Yet more often than not, it
boils down to just that.
In no sport is the seeming
lack 6f balance between public
schools and private schools
more obvious than in baseball.
Walton County neighbor
Paxton has been the last public
school left in the Class 1A '
playoffs the last three years.
In each of those years, the


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Bobcats, who are coached by
Baker graduate Jeff Bradley,
have been eliminated by Eagle's
View Christian, a private
school from Jacksonville.
Eagle's View has sent as
many players to college
and the pros in the last
few years as local 5A
power Niceville.
That one example
END hardly scratches the'
E surface to show the real
ckson problem.
You have to go back
to 1982 to find the last public'
school to win a Class 1A baseball
championship. And that school,
Ernest Ward High School in
Walnut Hill, is no longer open.
Jay won a small school state
baseball championship in 1970
when Class B was the lowest
classification.
Two public school champions
in a classification in 40 years is
not a level playing field. :,
Last fall, five of the eight
state champions in football were
private schools.
Pahokee is a small public
school power with several state
titles, but even that is a bit
misleading. It is true that the
population of Pahokee is 6,000,
but it is located in Palm Beach
County, the third-most populous
'county in the state with more
than 1.3 million residents.
I was able to tag along with
Baker head football coach and
athletic director Bob Kellogg
to the meeting of small school
coaches and administrators'in
Graceville last week.
One'fobtball coach said he
had done some research and"
found one perennial private


school football power that often
faces panhandle programs in the
playoffs has had more players
sign Division I scholarships than
all the small rural public schools
in the panhandle combined.
I'll take it a step further. In a
typical year most small private
schools will send more players to
big-time college programs than
all of the schools in Okaloosa
County combined. That's a school
of 400 students or so getting more
football scholarships than schools
with a combined population of
about 8,000.
The concerns raised in the
meeting aren't new to those
in this part of the state. What
was new was the meeting
was attended by new FHSAA
Executive Director Dr. Roger
Dearing. Dearing seemed to
have a genuine interest in putting
some new structure into a system
that needs to be corrected.
Dearing warned it will
take time to make the desired
changes, and a first model for
restructuring things might not
work.
SAt least he gave the small
public schools some hope that
brightest days are ahead.
Realistically, there are no
easy answers to the problem.
In the long run, Baker, Laurel
Hill and their small school
partners across the panhandle
need to feel they have a real
opportunity to compete:
It's past time to make it
happen.
Agree with Randy's
take? News Bulletin Editor
Kyle Wright has a different
view. Find but why at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


has the globe (from which to draw
students)."
Walton coach Lenny Jankowski
has been on both sides of the is-
sue. He coached at John Carroll in
Fort Pierce before taking the job
in DeFuniak Springs.
"At a private school of 600, you
are never going to have a down
year because kids will go to a
school because it has tradition,"
he said. "At a rural public school,
we have cycles of good athletes,
but once we get past district, (win-
ning) won't .happen because we
have to play a North Florida Chris-
tian or a (Pensacola) Catholic."
Dearing mentioned several
proposals. Some were met with
skepticism. Dearing admitted oth-
er proposals made larger schools
unhappy with because they might
push private schools from Class
1A and 2A to 3A and 4A.
Dearing promised to put to-
gether a committee of athletic
directors and find a workable so-
lution, but he warned it won't hap-
pen overnight.
The coaches were encouraged
by what they heard.
"I think the problem has been.
brought up and discussed with
unique situation we have in, the
panhandle," Jankowski said.
"Hopefully we'll see some action
and something happens.
"The FHSAA has a tough task,
and it's been an educational pro-
cess for them to learn we have a
unique situation up here as well."
Seeing Dearing at the meeting
was a good first step for Bell.-
I think they've been receptive
to at least coming and meeting
with us on things that I feel like
'are important to every student in
every one of these rural schools,"


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BLEACHERS from page B1


haven't done this year. It was
,unbelievable ball." '
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WP: Lauren Griffith.

Baker 4, Freeport 3
The top-seeded Gators
punched a ticket to the
District I-2A tournament
finals with a win over area
rival Freeport on April 21.
Lauren Griffithpicked up
her 13th win of the year and
out-dueled Freeport's Curstin
Buford, giving up just two
earned runs and striking out
six. Griffith was also I -for-2
with an RBI and a run while
Brittney Kilpatrick was 2-for-3
with a double and two RBIs.
F 001 020 0 3
B 000 112 x-4
WP: Lauren Griffith.


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Crestview surrendered,
two runs with two outs in
the bottom of the fifth to
drop a tightly contested game
with Tate in the District 1-5A
tournament quarterfinals April
21.
C 000 000 0 0
T 000020 0 --2
LP: Kelch.

Central 9, Laurel Hill 0
There 'will be a new softball
champion in District I-A.
Two-time 'defending champion
and No. I seed Laurel Hill was
upset by Central on April 21.
Laurel Hill (8-8) never
could get untracked as the
Jaguars applied the offensive,
pressure and kept it on the
Hoboes ..
Central scored three runs
in the third and never looked
back.Those three runs were
the only earned runs the Jags


would notch off of Hobo
pitcher Katie Free, but they
proved to be more than
enough as pitcher Meagan
Donald threw a five-hit
shutout.
Eight Hobo errors led to
Central's other six runs.
Lauren Gordon, Deidre
Harrison, Brittany Baggett,
Jessica Gartman and Sabrina
Dickinson had the hits for the
Hoboes.

Laurel Hill 4, Freeport 3
Senior Sabrina Dickinson
had a Senior Night to
remember for the Hoboes on
April 18.
Dickinson Went 3-for-3
with two runs and drove in
the winning run with a double
in the seventh inning.
Katie Free went 2-for-3
with a run and an RBI and
struck out six in the circle.


BASEBALL
Baker 10, Central 2:
Cameron Davis struck out
II as Baker scored five runs
in the first two innings before
cruising to an easy win on
April 21.
Colton Henry went 3-for-4
for the Gators (12-9) with
two RBIs and three runs
scored while Josh Yost scored
twice.
C 000 200 0 2
B 320 005 x-10 .
WP: Cameron Davis; ;

Laurel Hill 8, Bethlehem 1
Ethan Jackson notched the
win and also went 3-for-4 with
three doubles and an RBI on
April 20
Chris Korleski went 3-for-3
with a run for the Hoboes,
while Ryan Simmons was
2-for-4 with an RBI and two
runs.
LHS 240 010 1 -8
Bet 001 000 0 I
WP: Ethan Jackson

Crestview 7, Paxton .6
David Pyle had three hits
and David Ogilvie had a big
two-out hit in the seventh to
tie it up before the Bulldogs
won in nine innings Thursday.

Walton 2, Baker 0O
Colton Henry had two hits
for Baker on Thursday. .

Laurel Hill 16,
Poplar Springs 2
The Hoboes got three hits
apiece from Ethan Jackson, Zeb
Strickland and Dalton, Gordon


in the victory Thursday.
Chris Korleski earned the
victory for Laurel Hill, while
Will Sherwood had two hits.
The Hoboes racked up 20 hits
total.
Jackson and Strickland both
had two RBIs and two runs
apiece.
Crestview 12, Baker 2
Powered by an eight-run
third inning, the Crestview
baseball team closed out the
regular season with a hom6
win Friday.
"I'm just proud of'
everybody, freshmen through
seniors," Crestview coach'
Tim Gillis said on Senior
Appreciation Night."We are
just trying to find a good mix
and pull for each other.
"I thought I saw them do
that tonight and I was very
impressed with that"
Baker took a short-lived
lead in the top of the second,
scoring when Bucky Locke
led off the inning with a
double and Josh Lawson
followed with a single. Locke
and Lawson came around to
score what turned out'to be
the only Gator runs of the
night.
The Bulldogs responded
with a pair of runs of their
own with two out in the
bottom of the inning.
Kameron Miller singled and
Drew Gibbon walked. Both
scored as Derek Lovelace
reached on an error.
Crestview sent 12 batters
to the plate and pounded out
eight hits in the third.The


big blow of the inning was a
three-run double byTrevor
Carnahan.
Hunter Lemley took over
in the fifth and struck out
three batters.
Miller, Gibbon and Lovelace
each had three hits to pace
Crestview's 13-hit barrage.
"We lost a close one last
night to Walton and then
come over here tonight
and shut it down against
Crestview," Baker coach Gary
Taylor said."We get up and
then we make an error or two
and it just all falls apart on us."
B 020 000 -2
C 028 002 12
W: Daniel Ogilvie; L:
Anthony Heath

TRACK AND FIELD
District 2-3A meet
Crestview coach Ernie
Martin thought the Bulldogs
were also in for a good day,
Thursday, and his suspicions
were confirmed as Crestview
placed 10 runners in the
regional meet.
On the boys' side,
Crestview will place Darius
Robbins (discus), Levi Hendrix
(shot put), Donquel porsey
(400),Aaron Nelson (100)
and the 4x800 team of Dylan
Tillman, Dylan Brown,Jacob
Gourlie and Corey Smith in
regionals.
For the girls,Arquitia
Jernigan (discus) and Asten
Lopez (400) both assured that
they will move on to the next
round of competition with
solid times.


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he said. "In the smaller schools
we are at a disadvantage because
we are small in some things, and
we can't do anything about that.
But the things we can do some-
thing about in who we compete
against is worth the effort and the
time and money and heartache
and whatever to try and make the
level playing field for the small ru-
ral public schools.
"Our whole deal is to try and
make the field level for every kid
in the rural school. I have nothing
against the private schools, but
the geography of where we are at
is where we are at, and we can't
do nothing about that. When it
comes to athletics and competing
on a level playing field, I think we
need to do whatever we can to get
it done."
Like Bell, Kellogg thought
Dearing's presence at the meet-
ing sent a positive message from
the FHSAA.
"The No. 1 thing I heard that is
encouraging to me is we now have
an executive director who will lis-
ten to the concerns and realize
there is a problem when it comes
to the rural schools and the private
schools," he said. "The other thing
I really like is he is willing to go
out and put together committees
of the people that are out there
coaching, and athletic directors,
and understand the problems.
"He understands, let's. put to-
gether people that understand
the problems. I don't know that I'll
ever see it come through (before
he retires), but I think we have a
guy that is truly going to listen,
and I believe in the next five years
they are going to try some things
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Camp Brave Heart dates


Special to the News Bulletin
Emerald Coast Hos-
pice will be offering a camp
for children this summer.
Camp Brave Heart is de-
signed for children ages
7-14 who have experienced
the loss of a loved one. Re-
gardless of the type of loss
or the reason for the loss,
all children throughout the
area are invited to apply to
attend Camp Brave Heart.
A prior affiliation with Em-
erald Coast Hospice is not a
prerequisite.


Experiencing a loss at
any age is difficult, but it is
especially hard on a child.
Camp Brave Heart is run by
clinical experts who under-
stand the healing process
and genuinely care about
the children who are left
behind. The emphasis is on
healing, but there, is play
time as well. The children
will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities such
as arts and crafts, boating,
field games, and swimming.
Children will also have the
opportunity to honor the


people they have lost with a
very special memorial ser-
vice.
The camp will be held at
Camp Timpoochee located
in Niceville. The dates for
the camp are July 17-20. Vol-
unteer applications to assist
with Camp Brave Heart are
being accepted. For more
information or to receive
an application for a child to
attend or to volunteer call
Jim Vail, Chaplain or Susie
Chestnut, Account Execu-
tive, at 850-689-0300, or go to
www.gentiva.com/hospice


Loved ones to be honored at Covenant


Hospice Remembrance celebration


Special to the News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice in
vites bereaved hospic
, families as well as corn
munity members who hav
endured the loss of a love
one to attend a special Re
membrance celebration
at 2 p.m. Sunday at Firs
United Methodist Church
located at 599 Eighth Ave
in Crestview.


Covenant Hospice pa-
tients and community
- members who have died
e will be remembered and
I- celebrated by family,
e friends and staff. The cel-
d ebration will include music,
- candle lighting and select-
n ed readings. Participants
3t are asked to bring a picture
i, of their loved one. Children
B. and teens are invited to
participate in a special pro-


cession. A reception with,
refreshments will follow.
Covenant encourages
anyone in the community
who has suffered the loss
,of a loved one to join the
non-profit organization in
remembering and celebrat-
ing the lives of those who
were dear to them. For
more information, please
' call Karen Whitworth at
682-3628.


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honors volunteers


Special to the News Bulletih
The theme for, Na-
tional Volunteer Week,
commemorated April
19-25, was "Celebrat-
ing People in Action."
The theme captures the
meaning behind this sig-
nature week honor-
ing the individuals who
dedicate themselves to
taking action and solving,
problems in their com-
munities.
Covenant Hospice,
held its Annual Volun-
teer Appreciation ban-
quet last week at Coach
n' Four Steakhouse in or-
der to honor their active
volunteers who dedicate
their time to the not-for-
profit organization.
Marietta Birdsell
received the "Spirit of
Hospice" award.


Pegi Bivens re-
ceived the Patient and
Family Volunteer award.
Loraine Steinberg
received the 11th Hour
Volunteer award.
Ronnie Lunsford
took home the Develop-
ment Volunteer award.
Crestview Mayor Da-
vid Cadle was -also don
hand to present an offi-
cial proclamation of Na-
tional Volunteer Week.
"Covenant Hospice
volunteers are the heart
of the Covenant team,"
said Sandi Huster, direc-
tor of volunteer services
for Covenant Hospice.
"Our volunteers receive
specialized training to
provide companionship
and support to patients
and their families, as
well as a range of fund-
raising and administra-


tive support services."
In 2008, Covenant
Hospice volunteers pro-
vided volunteer services
to 66 percent of all Cov-
enant patients! These
services included a new
"Tuck-In" program in
which volunteers call
the homes of all patients
prior to the weekend to
ensure they have every-
thing that they will need
throughout the weekend.
Volunteers rate satisfac-
tion with their experi-
ences at Covenant Hos-
pice at 99 percent. Volun-
teers saved Covenant an
estimated $2,821,844 in
donated time and mile-
age in 2008.
For more information
about becoming a Cov-
enant Hospice Volunteer,
contact Jodie Williams
682-3628.


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SBusiness


Crestview News Bulletin I BS


Local banks
and credit unions
participating in
"Teach Children
to Save 2009"
include:
Beach Community ,
Bank
CCB Community
Bank ,'
Coastal Bank &
Trust
Eglin.Federal
Credit Union
First City Bank
First National Bank
of Crestview
S Okaloosa County .:
Teachers Credit Union

Special to the News Bulletin .

Okaloosa $aves announc-
es the 2009 "Teach Children
to Save" program. Any child
or youth 18 or younger who
sets a savings goal and
makes a deposits) into a
saving account (existing
or new account) from April
21, to July 31, is eligible to
win one of six $100 savings
bonds.
Last year in Okaloosa


Business BRIEFS


PHC Resident of
the Month
Parthenon Health-
care of Crestview is
pleased to announce
that John Harris
has been selected
April Resident of the JOHN
month. HARRIS
Born in Crestview
on Aug. 20, 1933, John
is the youngest in a large family of 11
children. His sister, Mrs. Hazel Hahn,
still lives in Crestview.
John worked in Fort Walton Beach
at Emerald Coast Nursing Home in


the housekeeping department.
He enjoys bingo, going to religious
activities and many other events at
PHC. He was a member of Live Oak
Baptist Church, the same church at-
tended by his parents many years
ago.
In the past, John enjoyed fresh-
water fishing, hunting and gun col-
lecting. Congratulations on being
selected as the PHC April Resident
of the Month.

Oliver promoted
Maigan Oliver, LMHC of Bridge-
way Center Inc., was recently pro-


moted to clinical
supervisor of the
Crestview Counsel-
ing office. Ms. Oliver
has worked for BCI
for four years and has
transitioned from be-
ing a TASC Evaluator,
MAIGANM addictions/substance
MAIANVER abuse supervisor, and
OLHVER most recently FAST
supervisor. Maigan's
experience will bring enhanced
knowledge of both the mental health
and substance abuse service issues
that are provided each day at Bridge-
way Center.


County, Teach Children to
Save entries totaled more
than $39,000 in deposits at
participating institutions.
Over the past five years
"Teach Children to Save"
program has encouraged
'845 children to deposit
over $95,000 into savings
accounts. Okaloosa $aves
supports this project with
special savings incentives
and has awarded thirty $100
savings .bonds in random
drawings of child savers,
This event supports the
American Bankers Associa-
tion Teach a Child to Save
project,. National Credit
Union Associations "Youth
Savings Week" and Finan-
cial Literacy Month.
Community groups are
also promoting savings
and this project, and more
are welcome to join. North
Okaloosa Medical Center's
Women Advisory Commit-
tee will be visiting adopted
classrooms to read books
on savings. Any teachers or
groups who would like a pre-
,sentation on savings should
call 689-5850.
"This is a great 'oppor-


tunity for youth to open a
savings account or add to
an existing one AND have a
chance to win a $100 savings
bond. It also gives adults, es-
pecially parents and teach-
ers, the opportunity to begin
a' discussion about money
-and savings," said Okaloosa
Saves Chair Nicholas Bar-
lotta.


For additional informa-
tion on Okaloosa $aves or
this project, visit okaloosa-
saves.org or call 689-5850 or
729-1400, ext. 5850. Okaloosa
Saves is part of the national
initiative America Saves
(americasaves.org) and co-
ordinated locally by the Uni-
versity of Florida/IFAS Ex-
tension in Okaloosa County.


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Special to the News Bulletin tal nurse, home health
and public health nurse.
Patsy Price, RN, has Price belongs to the
recently joined Hospice & Pal-
Covenant Hos- liative Nurses
pice in Crestview Association and
as a Case Man- plans to take
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Stamped Concrete
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too Big or Small
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S Farm Direct i
Centipede, Zoysia, ,St.
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Tractor Service
1 time or twice a
month. Call 240-6771
Mower &Gas pow-
ered'Tool Repair
Your location.
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Service General
cleanup mowing,
trimming, pruning.
Lic & Ins. Ref availa-
ble. Free estimates.
682-1302 or 398-0687


Searching for lawn
work, tree trimming,
etc. call 537-8616 ask
for Metch.
Yard Dirt
10 yards delivered
Call 758-1477




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PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Ui-
censed & Insured. Free
estimate's. Ph.
682-5347. Senior citi-
zen discounts.'


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small,. Free Estimates.
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cleaning, Painting,
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No Job too Small
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Crestview Fl 32539 on Legal # 100578 TICE. Plaintiff,
H or before May 8, 2009,
and filed the clerk of IN THE CIRCUIT ALL CLAIMS NOT vs.
this Court at Okaloosa COIRT OF FILED WITHIN THE
County Courthouse, OKALOOSA COUNTY, TIME PERIODS SET LORI GRIMISON;
ANNOUNCEMENTS 101 E. James Lee Blvd. FLORIDA PROBATE FORTH IN SECTION JAMES GRIMISON;
SLaA i Crestview, Fl 32536, DIVISION FILE NO. 733.702 OF THE FLOR- UNKNOWN PER-
1100 Legal Aanvrtllsng before -erirce on Pe.. 09-CP-295 IDA PROBATE CODE SON(S) IN POSSES-
1110 Classl Notices tlonrio or medialely 'WILL BE FOREVER SION OF THE SUB-
1120 nouncements thereafter. If you fail to IN RE: ESTATE OF BARRED. JECT PROPERTY;
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be entered against TER EWALD NOTWITHSTANDING
you for the relief de- Deceased, THE TIME PERIODS
handed In the peti- SET FORTH ABOVE,
tion. NOTICE TO CREDI- ANY CLAIM FILED
TORS TWO (2) YEARS OR
Copies of all court MORE AFTER THE
documents in this The administration of DECEDENT'S DATE OF
case, including the estate of Frederick DEATH IS BARRED.
orders, are available Carpenter Ewald, de-
at the Clerk of the Cir- ceased, whose date of The date o first publica-
cult Court's office. death was October 2, tion of this notice is
You may review these 2008, is pending in the April 18,2009.
documents upon re- Circuit Court ,for
quest. Okaloosa County, Flor- Attorney for, Personal;
IT ida, Probate Division, Representative:
HE You must keep the the address of which is Tracy 0. Strom-
CIR- Clerk of the Circuit 101 James Lee Boule- Attorney for Joan L.
FOR Court's office notified vard, Crestview FI Hevey
UNTY, of your current ad- 32536. The names and Florida Bar No.
NO. dress. (You may file addresses of the per- 0907420
DIVI- Notice of Current Ad- sonal representative 204 Buck Drive NE
dress, Florida Su- and the personal Fort Walton Beach,
NICHpremnie Court Ap- representative's' attor- Florida 32548
NICH-proved Family Law ney are set forth below. Te I e p h on e :
Form 12.915) Future 850-243-5451
papers 'in this lawsuit All creditors of the de- Fax: 850-244-9554
will be mailed to the cedent and other per-
address on record at sons having claims or Personal Representa-
NICH- the clerk's office. demands. against tive:
NICH- I decedent's estate on Joan L. Hevey
WARNING: Rule whom a' copy' of"this. 323 Echo Circle
12.285, Florida Family notice'is required to be Fort Walton Beach,
Law Rules of Proce- served must, file their Florida 32548
TION dure, requires tertian claims with this court
TION automatic disclosure WITHIN THE LATER 04/18/09
GE of documents and in- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 04/25/09
formation. Failure to THE TIME OF THE -
RENEE comply can -result in FIRST PUBLICATION Legal #,100579
sanctions, including OF THIS NOTICE OR
A dismissal or striking 30 DAYS AFTER THE IN THE CIRCUIT
AD- or pleadings. DATE OF SERVICE OF COURT OF THE 1ST
a AlaA COPY OF THIS NO- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
a Ala- Dated 3-27-09 1ICE ON THEM. AND FOR OKALOOSA
,f`1 IMTV I rltDlnA


ARE ,NOTIFIED
an action has been
against you and
you are required to
e a copy of your
en defenses, if any,
t, on. Larry Dean
ols whose address
124 Winstead Cove


CLERK OF THE
CUlf COURT.-
By: Edna Hoke
. Deputy Clerk
04/04/09
04/11/09
04/18/09
04/25/09


CIR- All other creditors of CIVIL DIVISION CASE
the decedent ad other NO. 07-CA-27
persons having claims NO. 07-CA-276
or demands against HSBC BANK USA
decedent's estate must NA., AS INDENTURE
file their claims with this TRUSTEE FOR THE
court WITHIN 3 REGISTERED NOTE
MONTHS AFTER THE HOLDERS OF RENAIS-
DATE OF FIRST PUBLI- SANCE HOME EQUITY
CATION OF THIS NO- LOAN TRUST 2006-3


RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE *


NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order .Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
4-14-09, and entered in
Case No. 07-CA-279, of
the Circuit Court of the
1st Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida. HSBC
BANK USA, N.A., AS
INDENTURE TRUSTEE
FOR THE REGIS-
TERED NOTE HOLD-
ERS OF
RENASSIANCE HOME
EQUITY LOAN TRUST
2006-3 is Plaintiff and'
LORI GRIMISON;
JAMES GRIMISON;
UNKNOWN PER-
SON(S) IN POSSES-
SION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY; are
defendants. I. will sell to
the .highest and best
bidder for cash At The.
Front South Door
Courthouse Steps,,
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101
James Lee Blvd. East,
CrestView, Okaloosa
County, Florida, At 102
East James Lee. Blvd.,
Crestview In Okaloosa
County, FI at, 11:00
a.m., this 15th day of
June, 2009, the follow-
ing, described in. prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
THE .FOLLOWING DE-
SCRIBED LAND, SIT-
UATE ,LYING AND BE-
ING IN THE COUNTY
OF OKALOOSA
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO WIT:


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cate will be sold to the Female black & tan Crestview Airlines Are Hiring -
BEGIN AT A POINT highest bidder in the Chiahuahua mix. Mukti-Family Train for high paying
363.27 FEET NORTH BCC Board Meeting Found on Airport Rd.on Aviation Maintenance
AND 541.03 FEET Room at the Okaloosa April 23rd. call Garage Sale Career. FAA approved
EAST OF THENCE County Courthouse, 682-8433 Sat. May 2, 8am-lpm, program. Financial aid
SOUTHEAST COR- Crestview, Florida at 6044 Dorchester Place if qualified Housing
NER OF THE NORTH- 10:00 a.m. on Wednes- (Go 85 North-Left on available Call Aviation
WEST D1, SECTION 6, day, June 10, 2009. -. ", ..'.t .\ Lake Silver Rd. for 3/4 Institute of Mainte-
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, Registration begins at - mile- right on Dorches- nance (888)349-5387.
RANGE 23 WEST, 9:30 am. ( ter- Go to "END" of
OKALOOSA COUNTY, sh h Street- New home Inte- Attend College Online
FLORIDA, THENCE Dated this 24th day of U ri, or, Books, clothing, from Home. *Medical,
RUN NORTH 00 DE- April, 2009. glassware, dresser *Business, *Paralegal,
GREES 20 MINUTES 1 w/mirror, large variety *Computers, *Criminal
36 SECONDS WEST A DON W. HOWARD of item! Justice. Job placement
DISTANCE OF 100.00, CLERK OF THE CIR- MERCM ISE'. assistance. Computer
FEET THENCE CUS l COURTS 3100 Antiques Crestview available. Financial Aid
NORTH 59 DEGREES By: Lisa L. Gui, Dep- 3110-Appliances Multi- Family if qualified. Call
05 MINUTES 52 SEC- uty Clerk 3120 Arts & Crats Yard Sale (866)858-2121,
ONDS EAST A DIS- 3130-Auctions Yard wwwCenturaOnline.com
TANCE OF 190.29 LEGAL # 120197 3140- Baby Items Sat. & Sun May,2 & w
FEET, THENCE 3150 Building Supplies 3, 9am-?, 756 Indus- Pre-Engineered Steel
SOUTH 05 DEGREES IN THE CIRCUIT 3160- Business trial Drive, Furniture, Building Sale- Low As
35 MINUTES 35 SEC- COURT OF THE Equipment tons of name brand $3.89/SF. Commercial
ONDS EAST A DIS- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 3170 Collectihles cloths, misc. Harley 30, Year Warranty.
TANCE. OF 293.01 CUIT, IN AND FOR 3180- Computers Davidson items, Church Buildings, Gar-
FEET TO THE NORTH OKALOOSA COUNTY, 3200 Firewood home items. ages, Warehouses,
RIGHT OF WAY OF A FLORIDA CASE 3220 Furniture Mini-Storage, Factbry
NEW ROAD, THENCE NO.09-DR-1780-C 3230- Garage/Yard Sales Crestview Erection. Field Service
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 3240-Guns MULTI-FAMILY From Our Representa-
00 MINUTES 54 SEC- Stephanie Lynn Price, 3250 Good Things to Eat, M I- LSAILY Rive (800)720-6857.
ONDS WEST A Petitioner 3260- Health & Fitness MOVING SALE! ive (800)720-6857.
CHORD DISTANCE 3270 Jewelry/Clothing Sat. May 2, 7am -
OF. 106.94 FEET ,THE and ,3280 Machinery/ Noon, 310 Shoal River -- \
DPT. OF THE CURVE ( L eWdAEquipment Drive. Rockband, Toys
RAD. 1175.0) Lemuel Wade'Adams 3290- Medical Equipment & Todder Bed. .-. ',
THENCE SOUTH 89 Respondent. 3310 Musical nsluinents Crestview, ( -
DEGREES 37 MIN- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ MULTI-FAMILY
UTES 24 .SECONDS NOTICE OF ACTION Supplies MULTIFAMILY
WEST A DISTANCE FOR DISSOLUTION OF 3330 Restaurant/Hotel YARD SALE!
OF 83.76. FEET TO MARRIAGE 3340 Sporting Goods Sat. & Sun. May 2, 3rd,
THE POINT OF BE- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 8am-1pm, 338 John .
GINNING; MORE TO: Lemuel Wade Ad- King Rd.
PARTICULARLY DE- ams .Last: Known Ad- King-Rd.410 O- Help Wanted
SCRIBED AS' LOT 2, dress: Unknown Mont- Crestview 4110 Restaurants/Clubs
BLOCK C, RIDGE gomery, Al. Montgom- 31o. MULTI-FAMILY 4120- Sales n
LAKE ESTATES, AN ery, AI All "lpes of Watch & YARD SALE .' 4130-Employment
ESRTDllST A rnypes ofewatch & 'oYARD SALE! ',formation-
UNRECORDED SUB- 'Clock Repair,,grandfa- Sat. Mar 2, 7m-.Nodn f
DIVISION. 'YOU ARE NOTIFIED these, mantels cuckoos, 12 unshi 7am- Noonrive
'that an action has been webuy antiques, Call 1203 unshie Drive.
FOR INFORMA- filed againstyou and 9-1007 ques, Furniture, clothes
TIONAL PURPOSE that you are required to 689-1007 what-nots etc. 4100
ONLY: THE AFN rIS serve a copy of your Crestview Cracker Barrel of
SHQWN BY HE written defenses, if any, REALLY BIG Crestview Now Hiring
COUNTY ASSESSOR to it on (name of Peti- Servers: Nights .
A S tioner) Stephanie Lynn 1 310 HUGE YARD Weekends EOE
063N23000000110220; Price whose address is Auction! Brick Home SALE! 682-8804 Apply any-
SOURCE OF TITLE IS 3124 Winstead Cove and 395 Acres on Elk at. a 2 8am-7 7 time..
BOOK 2242,. PAGE Crestview, FL 32539 on River, Fayetteville, Lin- NeS ort. Drive (On east 7
2326 ( RECORDED or before (date) May 8, coln ,County, Tennes- 90 t road (On east Elite Medica/Heath
03/06/00 2009, and file the origi- see. Saturday May 2nd Trailers "Refrig, ba ike M ca'
hnal with the clerk of this 12:00 noon. Garner Trai.,les Ri b "ie Tech
A person claiming an Court at (clerks, ad- Auctions, Inc. tr., WM caothesf, sz ye Tech
interest in the surplus dress) Okaloosa garnerauctionsinc.com, 8-14. Loads of stuff I Doyou have experi-
from the sale, if any County. Courthouse, Ken Garner TNFIRM Crestview ence, with optical or
other than the property 101 E. James Lee Blvd. 4293, (877)914-SOLD. Yard Sale contact lenses.
owner as of the date of Crestview, FL 32536, Y a- Aat "a Are you an optomet-'
lis pandens but file a before service on. Peti- Fri. & Sat,-' 8a .m-6p ,rc orophthalmic tech?
claim wiinn 60 days af- tioner or immediately "Hu 1 118 orner of S Uoyd Si. We" have a full or part
terthe terthe sale. ,, do . lai a I 3150 I MLK by RR Tracks), Growing multi-doctor
Dated his 16 ray '- entered against: ycsu for Metal 'Roofing. 40 yr Children, adult clothes, praclite.'Great pay &
Aprl. 2009 me real demancleO r Warranty-Buy direct shoes, toys, bread ma- beneli. Apply n confi-
S the petition; from manufacturer chine, dishes, desk, dence to: The Mullis
DON W..HOWARD 30/colors in stock, w/all small table, children s Eye Institute. Fax re-
As Clerk of saidCourt Copies f' all court doc- accessories. Quick turn chairs, T.V.'s, space sume to: 850 763-6665.
By C Hoke uments'in this case, in- around. Delivery availa- heaters, knickknacks. Web ID #27855473
As Deputy Clerk c .luding orders, are ble. Gulf Coast Supply Crestview
available at the Clerk of & Mf 888)39-0335 Yard Sale Other
This notice is provided the Circdit Court's of- www. u oastYupply. Y Sale,
pursuant to Administra- fice. You: may review com F & Sat. May 1 & 2, Marine Boat
tive Order No.2.065. these, documents upon iLn (85 S'across fro Technician :
n accordicance with the request Quality nn). Red Hats, Volvo, Crusader, Yan-
ies Act, If you are a You mt kee the cloths, dishes, angels, mar, Cummins en-
itiers Act, you arebila it ou mlerk t eep the Circuit Christmas items. gines, generator repair,
person with disability Clerk o the Circuo Cite t ..diagnostics all services
who neeas any accom- Court's office notified of -- Crestview Exdrinced orily. Fax
modation in order to your, current address. MiW lT UAI Yard Sale resume: 251 981-6435,
participate in this pro- (ou may file Notice of Sat. & Sun, 8am-1pm, Orange Beach AL '
ceeding, you/ are enti-, Current Address,. Flor- Sat & Sn1troeh,'"'n' W IO D e acA56121
tied, at no cost to you, ida Supreme Court Ap- WANTED To buy old 6010 Stroehl Ln. Web ID #27856121
to provisions of certain. proved Family Law pocket knives in good (Airport Rd. o 1/2Po PARTS COUNTER
assistance. Please con- Form 12.915.) Future shape, Boy Scout C k d'.to" fre12 r HELPe. WANTED ;
tact the Court Adminis- papers in tis lawsuit Knives included. Call Baby -items' freezer HELP WANTED heful but
trator .at 1250. Eglin wilIbe mailed to the Owen 850-689-0917 bed, table, & misc. r Exerce rihelpful, but-
Parkway, Snai.mar, FL address on record at Crestview on. Must have' good
32579, Phone No. the clerk's office. Yard Sale people skills and be
U850-651-7259 Within2 2 W WRule Sat May 2 6am-12pm, able to muti-task. Sal-
working days of. your WARNING: RuleS at."M ay 2 --1.. l p a- e t- n --ati a e
receipt of this notice or 12.285, .Florida Family 06 La-Salle Court .ary negorlace.
pleading; if you' are Law Rules of Proce- .2 Crmatistvew Inquire in person at
hearing impaired, call dure, 'requires certain New. 'Elerc wheelchair Yard Sale Wsh ^E i nt-147
1-800-955-8771 (TDD); automatic disclosure of $1800 obo. '682-1189 Yard ale Wis Eqipmen 1147
if y:. ar .:. ii documents and infor- leave message. St. May 2, 7am- 6207 S Ferdon Blvd. Crest-
1-8c.0.955.8770j ivi v.a mation. Failure to com- $785 Leather Sofa & Hwy 85 N .(Auburn view
Flor.da Reiay Servi.:es) ply can result irin sanc- Loveseat set, new in area
tions, including dis- box. Lifetime warr. Can Mossy Head
Kahane & Associates, missal or striking of deliver. 850-471-0330 4 Family Yard MEW TODAY
RA. pleadings. B. ran Na .P ,l-',o BSW '. a
8201 Peters Road, Ste .Brand Name Pillowtop Sale
3000 Dated: March 27, 2009. Set, King, still in plas- Sat. May 2,, 8am-?, rOther
Plantation, FL 33324 tic, warranty. $240. Call Laird and Hwy 90 East,
T e'l e p h ,o n e Clerk of the Circuit 850-255-3050 Children,,ladies, men's Mystery
954-382-3486 Court Mattress NEW Queen and plus size clothing,
Fax 954-382-5280. BY: Kitty Sims Pillowtop w/foundation. dishes, furniture, book, Shoppers
Deputy Clerk Factory sealed. Warr. ruby red avon collec-. Earn up to $100 per
04/29/09 $180. 850 471-0330 tion, linens. day. Undercover shop-
05/06/09 4/4/2009 R W pers needed to judge
4/11/2009 TUPPERWARE retail and dining estab-
,Legal # 100582 4/18/2009 .Call Jackie682-4305 lishments. 'Experience
Lega 10058 4/25/2009 not required. Please
4/25/2009LCA, L, 3230Lcall 1-877-358-3629
TION FOR TAX DEED HYAR Web ID #27856396
CHURCH YARD | 3260
Notice is hereby given I 1110 SALE! Online Pharmacy Buy 'Mil
,that Merlot II, LLC, as.Sat.Ma am-Noon
holder of the following Donate Your Vehicle Sat. Ma 2, 8am-Noon, Soma, Ultram, Fjoricet, 'N
hoertificate, has filed eceivowing Done $1000Your Vrocery Feowship Church Prozac, Buspar 4130
sad certificate for a Tax Coupon United Breast @5978 Old Bethel Rd. $71.99/90 $107/180 $600 Weekly Potential
Deed to be issued .Cancer Foundation Proceeds going to Quantities, Price In-$$$ Helping the gov-
teron oh c t a Free' Mammograms, Summer Youth Camp cludes Prescription ernmentPT NoExeri-
number and yearof is Breast Cancer In Fund. Over 20091A31 Meds$25nce 5 ing.
suance, the name in www.ubcf.nfo Free Crestview upon Mention 888)2 3-5225 Ad
which the property is Towing, Tax Deducti- Estate Sale (888)389-0461. ode: M
assessed and the de- e, on-Runner c- Sat May 2, 7am-?, 651 Coloal fe seeks -
scription of the prop- epted, (888)48-5964. th Ave.(behindNorth- N vry lrge i n iaM Lif &t Health
ertyisal ws970 of Save $$$' on Advertis-wood Elem) Everything _"f """ agents to market vol-
2006 Assessed to' ingl Run your classifiedmust go. .. '" "" untary employee ben-
- STEVEN M BULLOCK ad in over 100 Florida Crestview 3280 I 'efit programs to em-
ET AL .neWspapers' reaching ESTATE SALEI and Die Set players. First year po-
Description: COM ,SW over 4 Million readers TMa9, 09 -8 am1 .- A p Ne tential 60K ard up. Call
COR SWI/4 OF NE1/4 for $475 that is less M Wa, t N8rth New, vry large, in Meredithat -
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FT W148 FT N120 FT
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T1S, R24W
Parcel ID#:
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0010 Opening Bid:
$2,075.05
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000032 S
All of said property be-
ing' in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeerred according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-


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a slender white lady cook pots, small appli-
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woman to share and do
things together. Please Crestview
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5100 home in excellent con-
100% Recession Proof! edition. $800. mo no
Do ,ou earn $800 in a pets. Call 850-951-0444
day? 25 Local Ma- or 850-758-9096
chines and Candy
$9,995. (888)629-9968
B02000033 Call Us:
We will not be urder-
soldl NE Il--
Financial Freedom for Crestvlew 2 BR House
You!I Receive
$5004-$1000 Cash" Daily 241 Holland St. $575.
returning phone calls[ mo. $350. Dep. Call
Not MLM. No.buying or 758-1477
selling products. Legal,
moral and ethical. Call
Now (800)485-8670/
www.cash4usdaily.com W

Crestvlew- 3 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, 1800sf, pets ok. 5
I r yrs old;. new cond.
Quiet area. 682-9703




6100 -.Business/ m illi
Commercial Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
6110 Apartments home. ONLY $850 mol
6120 Beach Rentals Call Jenny at Pelican
6130 Condo/Townhouse Real Estate 315-0972 .
6140 House Rentals
6150 -Roommate Wanted
6160B- Rooms for Rent
6170- MobileHome/Lot
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
6190- Timeshare Rentals E
6200 Vacation Rentals
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
ooEqua Housing
Crestview Opportunity
Office Space 682-1800
Eight offices now avail-.
able in McLains Office Baker
SPlaza. Rental rate in- B Bker -
cludes utilities, com- 804 Buck Ward Rd -
mon' area and mainte- 3 br, 2 ba; $795
nance. 682-0791.
Professional Office Crestview
building for Lease 0 226 Runnymeade Dr,
1000sf. 101 Duggan 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
Ave. (Next to Eglin 0218 Virginia St'
FCU) Call 621-0046 2br, 1.5 ba, $650
4644 Bobolink Way
2 br, 2 ba, $625
0 6119 Sonny Lane
6110 3 br, 1.5 ba, $775
3Br 2Ba Foreclosure 3 br,5 2 ne; $795
$10,5001 Only $199/ 0 104 Corwin St
Mo! 5% down- 15 years 2 br, 2.5 ba, $795
@ 8% aopr. Buy, is Br 5292 Op9portunity Dr
$259/Mol for listings 3 br,2ba; $795
(800)366-9783 ext 5796 651 Panama Dr
Crestview 1BR/1BA 4,br, 2 ba, $895
300sqft. all utilities paid 0 2405 Mill Run Dr.
(+cable) furnished. 3 or 2 oa. *995
$525. mo + $525. dd. 6458 Mo,.r.-ghl Ln
Call 689-2487 3 wr 2 e3. $995
Crestview- 1 br apt, 0 179 Conquest Ave.
692-.Kenneth Ave. Corn- 3 br, 2 ba; $1050
pletely furnished incl 0 211 Raptor Dr,
utilities. No pets. 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
$625.mo 682-3166 0 6042 Sand Hill Rd'
Crestview Bent Creek 4br, 2.5 ba, $1250
.Apts I' Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assis- Commercial
tance may be avail. 1 & 0 593 James Lee Blvd,
2 BR HC & non-HC ac- 1600sf, $1200
cessible apts.. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563, --V
TDD/TTY 711. Equal, W AfY IOuA'
Housing Opp6rtunity ,
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK, -Te.el & Waters
APT $190 Wk. $575 4 'Real Estate
wk.Call 682-4466 RENTALS
Crestview- Nice 2 BR
Apts. $500. mo + $500. 682-6156
dd. Some utilities fur-
nished Section 8 O.K. 3542 Auburn Rd,
No Pets 1yr. Lease req. $695, 3 br 1 ba, 1 cg,
Call 978-8274 1.5 acres
Cretview, Bent Creek 332 Adams Drive
Apartments I, Vouchers $1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
Accepted. Rental assis- No pets.
ay be available. 715 Majestic Prince,
S1 & 2 BR, HC & non $1100, 3br 2bae no pets
HC accessible 'apart- 428 Riverchase,
m ents. a $1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
209 Bent Creek Road, No pets.
Crestview FL. Call 4290 Main Street
850-682-5563, $1500 Commetcial
TDD/TTY. 711. Equal
'Housing Opportunity All Properties require a
gOppo credit check,. 1 yr
HUD Homest 4bdr'3ba lease, no inside smok-
$217/mol 3 br Fore- ing. Pet fees are non-
closurel $199/mol Stop refundable.
Renting 5% dw, 15 yrs Call Debra
@ 8% apr For Listings Ca.'lD ra
(800)366-9783 ext 5669 Frost 6.82-6156


Kenneth

Cadenhead
Sales Professional for
Award Chevrolet, would


EHEVPOLET like to answer any
questions you may have
about our quality vehicles.
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682-2731


1 6160 | 710O
Roommate to share Golf-Lake living in Ten-
3br, 2ba, brick house nessee. Finished 3
$450/mo includes all bedroom villas
utils & cable. Call $139,900! Golf-Front
689-8978 parcels Only $29,900
w/40% Discount at May
16th Sale. Call Tennes-
-0 1. sean Land Sales today-
6170 (800)939-9099.
Baker 3BR/2BA on 2.4 ,, e :
acres, paved road, city aMi'CA
water, w-d hookup, no 17
smoking/pets. Ref. req.
$600. mo + $600.dd 0 Down
Call 537-4981 or For all land owners.
826-4139 Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
Crestview Large 850-682-3344
2BR/2BA on nice t our share of the
private lot $495. mo. ovrm
+ dd Call 362-9845 Government
I Bailout...
Crestview Large Receive up to $8000 to
3BR/2BA -Doublewide help buy your new
,on Highland Hills Rd. .home... Call Clayton
Ref. & I.D. Req. Homes of Crestview for
$700.mo + $700. dd details 850-683-0758
Call 428-6023
Crestview 2bd lba rqll&
Blueberry Country Es- NEW
states $450 mo. + dd.,
includes garbage NewGovern-
p i c k u p C,a I I ment Financing
850-978-3520 ment Financing


7100- Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property \
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage,
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property.
7100 -Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 TImeshare



450 Florida Homes at
Auction: May 5th thru
10th! Open House This
Weekend Saturday &
Sunday. Call: (866)
519-2837. or View
Online Now:
www.FLHouseAuction.
com H&M #AB110;
BK3006464


Ft. Walton
'Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road

Beautiful brick 3 br, '2
be, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner :FP
w/all brick' hearth,
vaulted ceilings;'fresh
paint,' security sys-
tem, uMpdated' elec-
Itronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754
Holt 2bd 2 1/2 ba,
Brick, 1 acre 475 US
Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq
ft of heated and air
conditioned area. 2 car
garage, storage build-
ing at fear of property
210 ft on US Hwy 90
west house and land in
perfect condition.
$150,000 call 862-9013
or 862-3303


LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651-0987



Free List of Florida/
Georgia land bargains!
20 acres & up. Best
land deals in Americal
(800)898-4409 '
GeorgIa. Land for sale
in Middle Georgia.
Riverfront. Pasture.
Acreage. Call Jeff for
details. (478)471-1727


Program!
On all 3 or 4 -Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad, Credit OKI Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758



135 Acres, Dockable
Lakefront & Log Cabin
,Kit* Only $219,900 Call
for details
(800)564-5092, x.1483
Logs only kit. Site
work, delivery, set-up,
taxes not included
Lake Lot Deedback!
3.3 AC- $18,200 Free
Boat SlipsI (was
$34,900) Back on mkt
for balance owed!
Hardwood lot w/
deeded access to pri-
vate lake, pavilion &
free boat slips. Country
rd frontage, utilities,
warranty deed. Excel-
lent financing. MUst
see, call now
(888)792-5253, x2288


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
18160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine ,
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Acura Integra 96 $650.
Honda, Civic 96 $500!
Toyota Camry 97 $700!
Ford Taurus 99 $450!,
Police Impounds! For
listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9275
Police Impounds! 97
Honda Accord $5001
96 Honda Civic $5001
for listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9271





NW TODAY

03 Hydra Sport
202DC
20 ft 5" 150 HP
two-stroke. Everlude-
Johnson. Many extras
included $13,500.
478-929-8886,



Provost busses
wanted! We want to
buy your used luxury
coach. Call Shawn. for
cash offer today!
(317)696-0149 Prevosts
preferred, other coa-
ches considered, Call
Nowl


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1266SF


Amenities Include: .
Pool,Patios,Garages,Sidewalks,Community Center
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The/Z (
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Auto Home Life Business

"Your complete /is/mia/ice source
with unsurpassed service."

168 W.Woodruff
(Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900
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Studio One

k :Crettview
6o6 James Lee Blvd.
S .Crestview, FL 32536
682-6634


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Ft. Waltor Beach
243-0203


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