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Community rallies around Crestview police officer
and his family after they lose everything in a flood


Story and photo by Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
After years of service in the Crestview Police Department's
community relations section, including distributing countless
Christmas presents to underprivileged kids. Lt. Eddie Lehneis
and his family are themselves the beneficiaries of community
largesse,
a Lehneis had heart surgery earlier this year. While he was're-
cuperating, the March storms that struck our area inundated his
family's Dorcas area home. "
A community-wide relief effort, spearheaded by Marie Bun-
drick, wife of CPD Maj. Ken Bundrick, promptly swung into ac-
tion.
Io"Their home was completely flooded and they lost everything,"
Mrs. Bundrick said in an e-mail to supporters, "By reaching out,
our community has come together to donate clothes and cash to
buy necessities."
A police dispatcher offered the family the rent-free use of her
vacant Walton County home. Other good Samaritans donated fur-
niture, kitchen supplies and other furnishings.
. "The home they're in now is temporary, but they're hoping to
get into a home of their own closer to here," Mrs. Bundrick said.
S "So far so good," reported-an optimistic Maj. Ken Bundrick.
"They're still Waiting on some information from the insurance
company on their home. They're doing the best they can."
The outreach extended beyond generous adults. Some of the
four Lehneis children's classmates donated clothes and school
supplies for their friends.
An account has been established at Compass Bank to benefit
the family, Mrs. Bundrick said. Ripley Appliance in Niceville do-
rnated a washer, dryer, refrigerator and stove.
"People have been very charitable," she said.
Meanwhile, Lt. Lehneis is back to work, again serving the
people of Crestview.


SANTA'S HELPER: Crestview
Police Lt. Eddie Lehneis
and one of his sons (both
in Santa hats) distributed
presents last Christmas to
local underprivileged kids.
When their home was
flooded ih the'April storms,
the members of the Lehneis
family themselves became
recipients of community
generosity.



HOW YOU CAN HELP
You can help Lt.
Eddie Lehneis and
his family with your.
donation of household
furnishings or by making
a monetary donation
at any Compass Bank
location. To donate
furnishings, contact
Marie Bundrick at
policewife@cox.net,
or Maj. Ken Bundrick
at the Crestview Police
Department, 682-3544.


Raising


funds


for Geri

Concert,
raffle benefit
beloved city
worker
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
For the fourth time, Geri
Jones, the popular admin-
istrative assistant at the
Crestview City Clerk's office)
is battling cancer. -
She has plenty of support,
both emotional and, with the
aid of a pair
INSIDE of volunteer
__ initiatives, fi-
Geri Jones nancial.
benefit A pair of
information recently an-
I A4 nounced
fund-raisers
will contribute toward help-
ing Geri, an eight-year city
employee, afford the expen-
sive medical treatments she
isundergoing.
"Anybody, that knows
Geri knows how wonderfully
sweet she is inside and out,"
said City Clerk Janice Young.
"She'd do anything for any-
body.
'Now many friends-and
supporters are doing some-
thing for her.
A benefit concert planned
for 'Saturday, at the North-
west Florida Speedway in
Blackman promises not only
a great evening of music
and great family fun, but all
proceeds will go directly to
Jones' medical expenses.
The Hard' Luck Band,
The Rowdy Friends Band
and'Cheyenne will perform,
beginning.at 5:30 p.m. There
will be a playground and in-
flatable bouncer for the kids,
and tailgaters are welcome.
Throughout the rest of
the month, a benefit raffle
is underway, sponsored by
Crestview Wholesale. The
array of prizes, donated by
local merchants, includes a
hunting package, spa treat-
ments, jewelry, tanning and
watches for both a man and
a woman.
"She came by last week
See GERI A4


American Cancer Society's Relay For Life set to begin Friday


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletih

This relay has nothing but win-
ners.
The Crestview Relay For Life
runs from 6 p.m. Friday through
about noon Saturday at Old Spanish
Trail Park
The Relay for Life is a fun-filled
overnight event designed 'to cele-
brate survivorship and raise money
for research and programs of the
American Cancer Society.
"People should get involved be-
cause I don't believe there is any
person who hasn't been touched in


some way by cancer," local event
chair Robbin Moody said.
"To me, cancer is very personal.
My goal in this lifetime is to make
cancer not the dirty word it is, but no
more than if you had the flu or pneu-
monia. I believe that day is coming
because of the research being done
and the dollars being raised.
According to the American Can-
cer Society Web site, Relay For Life
is the American Cancer Society's
signature activity. It offers every-
one in a community an opportunity
to participate in the fight against
cancer. Teams of people camp out
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THE MISSION OF THE RELAY FOR LIFE
Celebrate. The lives\of those who have battled
cancer. The strength of survivors inspiresothers to
.. continue to fight.
on Remember. Loved ones lost to
S RELAY the disease. At Relay, people who have
FOR IF walked alongside people battling cancer
can grieve.and find'healing.
Fight Back. We Relay because we
have been touched by cancer., and desperately want to.
put an end'to the disease.
The American Cancer Society


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Adviser: Amanda
Cook
, "Snippits" Cast
1Members: Lacey Adams,
Colby Barrow, Tiffany
Bly, Alex Carr, Danielle
Gortt, Taylor Harrison,
Courtney Lamica, Ai-
mee Mack, Caitlin Mor-
gan, Stephen Morgan,
Dylan Reeves, William
Roreck, Tamara Sweck,
Breanna Trunk, Kasey
Trunk; Chamberlin Wil-
liams and Heather Wil-
liams.
Technical Crew: Kay-,
lee Armstrong, Jace Da-
vis, MacKenzie Devlin,
tBreanne Jones, Luke
Morgan, Ryan Norville,
Hunter Raybon, Aaron,
Steele, Crystal, Steele
and Kayla Whitegon.


"Snippits" (one-act plays)
and "TLveens" (vignettes be-
tween the longer Snippits).
Proving Vaudeville isn't
quite dead, Snippits were
preceded by a placard girl
(or boy) parading across the
stage bearing a sign with the
name of the next piece.
One of the joys of Lau-
rel Hill School is the inter-
mingling of younger kids
and older kids that occurs
on so many levels. The big
kids frequently mentor the
younger ones, sometimes
unintentionally, but almost
always with good results.
That same joyous mix-
ture found middle school
and high school Drama Club
members performing to-
gether both on and off stage.
"They all just love each
other and take care of each
other," Cook said in admi-
Sration as a trio of older kids
made sure the younger ones
were hustled off in the right
direction.
Following the Drama
Club's premiere perfor-
mance, Principal Susan
Lowrey-Sexton praised its
adviser and the program.
"The kids have worked so
hard, and so has Mrs. Cook,"
Lowrey-Sexton said. "They
have completely dedicated
themselves to this."
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THESPIAN HOBOES: Adviser Amanda Cook (lower left) joins the members of the
Laurel Hill School drama club following its premiere performance last Thursday.



'Snippits'was snappy fun


Review by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

When the Laurel Hill
School Drama Club debuted
last week its nearly 30 mem-
bers quickly learned one of
theatre's cardinal rules: The
show must go on.,
This most basic tenant of
live theatre was forced home
when Stephen Morgan, bless
his heart, slipped and bopped
his head against a fire alarm
box. The alarm went off and
the nascent club's very first
audience dutifully filed out of
the cafeteria into the spring
sunshine,
(Stephen filed off to the
nurse's office, reappearing
later with a cold compress.
What a trouper!.)
The show resumed after
the unplanned intermission.
To the kids' credit, it was just
as if the whole thing was,
well, staged.
In fact, only one perform-
er got her scenes mixed up:
the club's adviser, reading
teacher Amanda Cook!
She can easily be forgiv-
en. Starting a whole new pro-
gram from scratch has been
a huge effort, but Thursday's
performances of 'Snippits"
validated in no uncertain
terms the value of a theatre
program in our schools.
To her further credit, her
young thespians were so


BACKSTAGE BUDS: Hunter
Raybon and Jace
Davis were enthusiastic
members of "Snippits"
hard-working technical
crew. Below, cast
members (from left)
Tamara'Sweck, Heather
Williams, William
Roreck, Breanna Trunk
Qnd Stephen Morgan
enacted the ages-old
story of the feud between
the Smurfs and the.
Ninjas. ,


well coached that they took
their cues and fell right into
line. The-act that was inad-
vertently skipped followed
and no one was the wiser.
It takes skill, resourceful-
ness and dedication to carry
on in live theatre when an in-


evitable blunder occurs, and
Cook's kids have all three by
the bucketful.
"Snippits" was much
more than a fun hour and 15
minutes of live theatre. The
kids not only performed, but
they also wrote their own,
material, a series of one-act
plays and vignettes. Some
were tremendously clever,
some were insightful and
some were just plain fun.
"It's training for the
kids," said Cook. "They had
to learn to do the writing,
scripting, set design, cos-
tumes and props."
Themes mirrored influ-
ences and concerns that af-
fect our students, including
popular Ty relationships,
bullying and getting along
with people who are differ-
ent than one's self.
From the witty opener,
"Is He Here?" to the final
Snippit, "Dream On!" which
drew peals of laughter when
"Hanna Montana" got into
a cat fight with "Selena Go-
mez," the show was filled
with creativity and was per-
formed with gusto.
"For most of them, it was
their first time performing,"
Cook said. "This is the birth
of the Laurel Hill School
Drama Club. It is a mile-
stone for Laurel Hill."
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with stirring concert


Review by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

An anniversary year
filled with competition
awards and critical ac-
colades drew to a close
Thursday night with the
Big Red Machine's stir-
ringly performed Spring
Concert.
"The 70th year of the
Crestview High School
band has been one of the
most successful ever," de-
clared band director Jody
DUnn.
For the evening's per-
formances, Dunn and as-
sistant band director Matt
Clark directed several en-.
sembles composed of the
Big Red Machine's more
than 250 members.
Starting with a trom-
bone choir's performance
of the national anthem
-for which Dunn joined


his performers the mu-
sicians' virtuosity was am-
ply exhibited during a suc-
cession of pieces in diverse
styles.
The evening got off to
a bouncy start with per-
formances by the Jazz
Ensemble II and the Jazz
Combo, both under the ba-
ton of Matt Clark.
The latter, described by
Dunn as "something excit-
ing, special, different and
new," featured guest per-
formances by the Big Red
Machine's fall 1995 drum
major, Rodney Brown, on
sax, and on trumpet, Dr.
Dennis Stewart, whose
daughter Katherine plays
with the band.
The Concert Prep Band
combined with the Concert
Band to perform "Flour-
ish for Wind Band" and

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BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
SYMPHONIC BAND: A performance by the Crestview
High School Symphonic Band, directed.by Jody
Dunn, concluded an excellent 2009 band concert.



Family Fun Arts Fest


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Okaloosa Arts Al-
liance (OAA) in conjunc-
tion with the Friends of the
Emerald Coast State Parks
invites you to the second An-
nual Family Rmn Arts Fest,
Sunday, May 17, from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. at Henderson
Beach State Park
Alliance spokesperson
Amy Baty promises "a ton of
fun for every age."
Events will include per-
formances by local arts
groups, family fun activities,
vendors, a silent auction,
and a poster contest for all
-Okaloosa school kids.
Performances will be by
the Emerald Coast Pipes
& Drums, Emerald Coast
Children's Theater, Pyra-


mid, Freedom Players Dra-
ma, jazzybluedance, Simply
Anointed and more.
The festival and park are
free and open to the public all
day and parking is available.
All proceeds will benefit the
Okaloosa Arts Alliance.
"The Okaloosa Arts Al-
liance OAA is the officially
designated non-profit arts
agency for Okaloosa Coun-
ty," Baty explained. "The
purpose of the OAA is to
support and promote art
and culture in Okaloosa
County through a variety of
means"
Henderson Beach State
Park is located in Destin
across Hwy. 98 from the Wal-
Mart. For more information
about the OAA and the Fam-
ily FRm Arts Fest, visit www.
okaloosaarts,org.


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THE PROPHET: Carolyn Stewart, BEIGNETS & CAFE AU LAIT: HANGING AROUND HOLT: Mixed media
owner of the Art Center of Breakfast .in old New Orleans including snippets of cloth and printed
Crestview, painted this evocative is the subject of this painting by paper highlight this lovely watercolor
oil. Stephanie Crow. by Sharon James.


Local artists exhibit work at library


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
A pair of patterned blue trousers
and a striped towel flapping in the
summer breeze.
A plate of beignets with a liberal
powdered sugar snowfall on top and.
two steaming cups of cafe au lait on
the side.


A mysterious man leading two
horses through a surreal orange and
purple dreamscape.
These are some of the visual
treats currently gracing the walls
of the Crestview Public Library, the
artistry of the North Okaloosa Art-
ists.
Works by Stephanie Crow, Johna
Esterberg,. Sharon James, Joan


Langham and Carolyn Stewart in E
variety of media are featured in thE
exhibit, which is on display through
June.
The exhibition may be viewe<
during the library's normal business:
hours. For more information, cal
682-4432. For further'details on thE
artists, call 855-4183 or e-mail james
home3@cox.net.


Following the piper to the Chautauqua Theatre


Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin

You can't go wrong with
the latest production at the
Florida Chautauqua The-
atre! This charming chil-
dren's musical is filled with
unforgettable characters
and comical stage action.
The familiar, ages-old
story about the Pied Piper
of Hamelin comes to life
on the FCT stage as the
theatre program's spring
Music & More Workshop
production.
The Town Crier greets
the audience with the news
that those nasty rats are


Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
PIED PIPER: When the townsfolk claim they can't pay
him for ridding Hamelin of rats, the Pied Piper next
lures the children of the village away in the Florida
Chautauqua Theatre workshop production of "The
Pied Piper."


taking over Hamelin Town
and nobody, including the
greedy mayor, his bossy


wife, nor his bratty daugh-
ter, knows what to do. -
What happens when the


townspeople find a way to
rid themselves of the rats?
The answers await you at
the Florida Chautauqua
Theatre!
Hilarious characters,
medieval costuming, and
lively, eclectic music make
this a show not to be missed.
Performances are Friday
and Saturday, May 15 and
16, at 7 p.m., and Sunday'
May 17 at 2:30 p.m.
Call (850) 892-9494 or
e-mail info@fcweb.org for
ticket reservations or more
information, The theatre
is located at 848 Baldwin
Ave. in historic DeFuniak
,Springs.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

She floats! She flies! She
saves her family! But did
you know there was, once
upon a time, a real Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang? In fact,
there were fojbur of them!
And that was before
James Bond's creator, Ian
Fleming, penned the de-
lightful children's story; be-
fore the James Bond movie
production team made the
wonderful film musical; and
before the daughter of the
movie's producer helped
turn the story into a lavish
stage musical.
If you're even a little bit
like me, you've probably
been interested in Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang since you
were, oh, about as old as I
was when I first read Cmdr.
Fleming's novel.
You might be passably
interested in knowing about
the original Chitty the Pol-
ish-American count who
. made her and her sisters,
how Ian Fleming came to
write the story, and where
Chitty is today.
You might even want to
know what Chitty Chitty
Bang Bang and William
Shakespeare's girlfriend
.have in common.
On May 19, come to
Family Library Time at the
Crestview Public Library
at 7 p.m. and you will learn
a whole bunch of really in-


teresting stuff about Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang.
You'll see pictures of
some of the original, real
Chitties, as well as the Chit-
ty made for the 1968 movie.
You'll get to see some video
of how she looks today, and
learn about her owner (who
once took my friends and
me for a ride in Chitty).
We'll read along together
from Cnmdr. Fleming's book,
and see some clips from
the movie. (Later you can
check it out from the chil-
dren's videos section of the
library.) Maybe we'll, even
sing a song from the movie!
On display will be some
original film advertising
materials from "Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang," plus a
model of the movie Chitty
car. You'll learn about her
designer, too, and you'll find
out which American auto-
maker helped build her.
Best of all, we'll even
have some snacks! (Youth
Librarian Miss Heather Nit-
zel said she's going to make
some fudge, because fudge
is very important to the plot
of the book.) And the first
30 kids get a "Chitty Chitty
Bang Bang" lobby card
poster to take home.
I hope you and your fam-
ily will be able to join in at
the Crestview Public Li-
brary Tuesday evening for
a fantasmagorical Family
Library Time with Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang.


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"Encanto," a lively number
that really set toes tapping
in the overflow audience
that packed the Pearl Tyner
Auditorium.
Highlights from the
Broadway hit "Wicked"
were also a hit with the au-
dience when the Concert
Band soloed.
Jazz Ensemble I's set
included the fantastic "Cut
to the Chase," one of those
awesomejazzperformances
you wish would never end. It
included an extraordinary
drum solo by the band's new
drum major, Johari Harris.
"I'd like to claim re-
sponsibility for that perfor-
mance," Dunn told the audi-
ence, "but I just stay out of
their way"
The ensemble's perfor-
mance of the breathtaking
Billie Holiday classic, "God
Bless the Child," featured
some impressive trombone
work and was a joyous se-
lection.
The sharpness and pre-
cision exhibited by Jazz En-
semble I belies the young
age of its performers. Clos-


ing your eyes, the uncom-
fortable high school audi-
torium seats and concrete
block ambience vanish.
With such disciplined polish
and crisp, brassy sound, you
could easily imagine your-
self in a Manhattan or New
Orleans jazz club.
Another treat was the
performance of a piece
called "Recycled" by the
newly formed Percussion
Ensemble. The group, D'unn
explained, was essentially
self-taught, meeting during
second period to perfect
their skill.
.. Played by a group of red-
and black-shirted musicians
on color-coordinated 5-gal-
lon plastic buckets, it was a-
fun and unusual addition to'
the concert.
The evening concluded
with a performance by the
skilled Symphonic Band
under Dunn's able baton.
Patriotic numbers included
"Strategic Air Command,"
an anthem first introduced
in 1963, and a moving ren-
dition of "The Battle Hymn
of the Republic," for which


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band members provided a
somber, dignified 12-voice
choir.
The witty "The Roosters
Lay Eggs in Kansas," writ-
ten by Mickey Lake at the
request of John Phillip Sou-
sa, included kazoos among
the band's instruments.
After alternatively soar-
ing, then settling into gently
rhythmic, "Armenian Danc-
es, Part I" .concluded with
a frantic gallop. Dunn com-
mented, "That was fun!"
Indeed it was fun. The
.entire evening was a de-
light, demonstrating the,
value of our schools' music
programs and thoroughly
entertaining an audience of
appreciative parents, peers,
Alumni and members of the
community.
Well, most members 'of
the audience were appre-
ciative. There was, disap-
pointingly, a constant un-
dercurrent of activity and
distraction as people came
and went, some attending
to calls of either nature .or
their cell phones.
Likewise, a small mi-


nority .of students in the
audience appeared bored
by their peers' incredible
talent. Instead of grasping
the extraordinary opportu-
nity to expand their musi-
cal horizons, they texted
on their cellphones or chat-
tered loudly among them-
selves. Others periodically
screamed out the names of
friends in the band. At least
one frustrated band par-
ent was observed having
to admonish this boorish
behavior.
It would be a benefit,
particularly for the hand-
ful of ill-behaved young
audience members we suf-
fered Thursday evening, to
acquire social behavioral
skills that will well serve
them later in life.
In the meantime, per-
haps the school might
consider adding a team of
ushers for assemblies and
performances to *encour-
age a pleasurable audience
environment so that future
concerts as spectacular as
Thursday's aren't similarly
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

"The building formerly
known as the CitiChurch
building" now has a name of
its own.
The Crestview city coun-
cil voted 4-1 during its meet-
ing Monday to rename the
city's recently purchased
building at Old Spanish Trail
Park the "George H. White-
hurst Municipal Building."
Whitehurst served as the
city's mayor for 24 years be-
tween 1960 and 2007.
The building will serve
as the central headquarters
for the Crestview Police De-
partment, with space still
available for other uses.
"George Whitehurst
has done a lot for the city
of Crestview," said council
member Charles Baugh,
who made the motion to
honor Whitehurst. "He is re-
sponsible for the Crestview
Police Department being
the vibrant department it is
today. He continues to do a
lot for the city.
"Mr. Whitehurst is, a
great man. A great Ameri-
can, a patriot and probably
Crestview's No. 1 citizen,
and I think he needed to be
honored."
The auditorium inside
the building will be named
"Warriors Hall," in recogni-
tion of the area's fallen he-


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roes.
Linda Parker voted nay,
noting she did not oppose
naming the building after
Whitehurst, but that nam-
ing of buildings should be
for memorial purposes.
She also expressed con-
cern about the need to put a
name on every property the
city acquires.
"George has done a lot
for us, and I consider George
a friend," Parker said. .

Other business
The council heard
first readings of a pair of
ordinances. Under Ordi-
nance #1424, the city would
vacate the right-of-way of
the undeveloped portion
of 'Tenth Street between
James Street and Texas
Parkway. Ordinance #1426
would repeal a section of
the city charter regarding
life safety inspection fees. A
public workshop for both or-
dinances will be held at 5:30
p.m. on May 26 following a
previously scheduled 4:30
p.m. workshop.
Ben lannucci was
unanimously appointed to
the General Employees
Retirement Board. Ian-
nucci fills the vacancy on
the board created when Tim
Grandberry was elected to
the city council.
A workshop to start
the process of reviewing the


city's charter will be held
June 8 at 5 p.m.
"(The charter) has a lot
of superfluous language, is
very cumbersome and very
hard to read," council presi-
dent Bob Allen said. "I'm all
for having an ad hoc com-
mittee look at it. I just think
it's about time."
The scope of the review
will be determined at a later
date.
Parker opposed the mo-
tion, saying the timing is not
ideal as the city's budget
process is about to kick into
high gear.
The council approved
payment of a $9,000 invoice
for the city's July 4 fire-
works display. Council presi-
Adent Bob Allen said the item
was moved from the con-
sent agenda to the regular
agenda to make the point
that the city clerk should
sign contracts on behalf of
the city of Crestview.
Mayor David Cadle
reported the formation of
a local 2010 census com-
mittee. The committee will
meet May 18 at 6 p.m. at the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce. Anyone inter-
ested in helping the city get
a "complete count" in the
2010 census is invited and
encouraged to attend.
See the full report at
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and take turns walking or
running around a track or
path. Each team is asked
to have a representative on
.the track at all times dur-
ing the event. More than.
3.5 million people across
the nation take part in Re-
lay events, according to the
ACS.
You don't have to be on
a team to take part (nor do
you have to run any laps).
Just come to the Old Span-
ish Trail Park sometime
Friday night or Saturday
morning.
"Just come on out and
join us and see what it's all
about," said Loney Whit-
ley, the team development
chair for the Crestview
relay.


"Just come on
out and join us
and see what it's
all about."

Loney Whitley
team development chair for
the Crestview relay


The Crestview relay
last year included 34 teams
and raised more than
$165,000 for the American
Cancer Society.
Whitley said 40 teams
are expected to take part
in the 2009 relay.


Cancer survivors will
take the opening lap of the
relay following the opening
ceremonies, and then be
recognized at a reception.
The reception includes
dinner and entertainment.
Cancer survivors can reg-
ister for the reception at
5 p.m. at the event site on
Friday. Whitley said more
than 100 survivors have
registered.
"The Relay is about
raising money, but once
we get to the Relay, it's
about honoring the survi-
vors," Moody said.
It's not too late to take
part. For details on the lo-
cal Relay, contact Moody
at 305-4607 or contact
Whitley at 217-2012.


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and she looks good," said
Young. "She is really a beau-
tiful person inside and out.
"I tell you what, I miss
her. She keeps my office
running," Young said. "Ev-
erything is right where it
needs to be and she takes
care of anything."
Young said several city
employees have donated
sick leave to help Geri
while she is undergoing
treatment.
"Everybody- loves Geri
so much and she has so
many friends praying for
her and who are there to.
help her any way they can,"
Young said. "She's like my'
daughter."


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GERI JONES BENEFITS
BENEFIT CONCERT: Saturday. Northwest Florida
Speedway, Blackman. Gates open at 2 p.m., music
starts at 5:30 p.m. Playground and bouncer for the
kids. Coolers, lawn chairs and tailgating permitted. No
ATVs, glass containers or pets. $5 per person, $10 per
tailgating vehicle. Performances: 5:30 p.m., Hard Luck
band; 7 p.m. Rowdy Friends Band; 8.30 p.m Cheyenne.
.Call David Brooks at (850) 974,4758 for information.
BENEFIT RAFFLE: Sponsored by Crestview Wholesale.
Drawing June 1. .Tickets: $2 or three for $5. Prizes
include: $55 pedicure and manicure, Magic Day Spa;
$250 hunting package, Barlow & Co. Guide Services;
Green Apple Sorrelli jewelry set; $450 lady's watch and
$450 man's watch, Lewis & Co. Jewelers, $45 planning
gift certificate, Emerald Coast Tanning; and one hour
massage, A Diva Day Spa. Contact Shelley at Crestview
Wholesale for more information, (850) 902-2541.
Tickets available at Crestview Wholesale and City Hall.



NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, May 26,
2009 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Councilyneeting in the Council
Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview proposes to
adopt Ordinance #1420 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1420
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 30.13 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED AS
SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING
FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 30.13 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1420 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by
parcel identification numbers 35-3N-24-0000-0008-0010.
Said 30.13 acre, parcel is located in Section 35, Township 3
North, Range 24 West, near the western end of Point Center
Road. The, parcel's location is shown on the map labeled
"Ord. 1420" in this advertisement.
Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal
description of the property being annexed are available in the
City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in
the City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected
by the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for
in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the
City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days
prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
,Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young May 13, 2009
City Clerk May 23, 2009


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Correction
Recent Crestview High School
National Merit Scholarship hon-
oree Cody Dreaden is the first
CHS student to receive the rec-
ognition during the tenure of cur-
rent CHS principal Ed Coleman.
The May 6 article on Dreaden in-
correctly stated he was the first
Student in the history of Crest-
view High School to receive the
honor. The News Bulletin apolo-
gizes for the error.
Kyle Wright / Crestview
News Bulletin t

Baker teen arraigned
in fatal accident
An arraignment hear-
ing was held May 6 in Crest-
view for Bryan Zachary Wil-
liams, a 17-year-old Baker
resident charged with vehicular
homicide.
Williams flipped a truck Dec.
28 in an accident that killed Bak-
er School football player Tyler
Jones, also 17.
Rusty Sanders, the assistant
state attorney prosecuting the
case, said Williams would be tried
as an adult. Sanders would not
say why the state is proceeding
with vehicular homicide charges.
Williams's next appearance in
court will be a pre-trial appear-
ance July 9 in Shalimar. His trial
is scheduled for July 27 in Crest-
view, Sanders said.
Tom McLaughlin / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Woman dies after being
struck by Mack truck
A 65-year-old resident of Lau-
rel Hill died two days after be-
ing hit by a Mack truck on State
Road 85.
Young J. Vandrasek was pro-
nounced dead Thursday after-
noon at Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola, where she had been
taken after an early morning
crash May 5.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol press release,
Vandrasek was heading east on
Bill Lundy Road at the same time
that a Mack truck driven by Phil-
lip Altizer, a 56-year-old Navarre


man, was heading south on State
Road 85.
Vandrasek failed to yield right
of way and the front end of Altiz-
er's truck struck the rear of her
car, the report said. Her car ro-
tated counter-clockwise, striking
a pole on the shoulder.
Altizer was not injured, al-
though his truck sustained
$15,000 in damage.
Both individuals were wearing
their seatbelts.
It is not yet known whether al-
cohol was a factor.
The accident happened at
about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Wendy Victora / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

FBI informants identified
in Oxo kickbacks case
Maj..Larry Ashley identified
himself Monday as the Okaloosa
County deputy most responsible
for bringing about the downfall of
Sheriff Charlie Morris.
The sheriff was arrested Feb.
27 on charges of theft, fraud and
money laundering. He is sched-
uled to go to trial June 1.
Ashley is identified as confiden-
tial witness No. 1 in the FBI's crim-
inal complaint against Morris.
Ashley said, like him, he be-
lieves Morris spent some restless
moments in the months before
he was arrested on the suspicion
he was taking kickbacks off the
top of bonuses he'd provided to
employees.
Ashley said he started looking
into some suspicious goings on at
the Sheriff's Office in September
2008 and went to the FBI after he
thought he'd confirmed illegal
activity.
When the FBI tookup the case,
Ashley became the agency's con-
fidential witness No. 1.
George Wilson, the Sheriff's
Office director of fleet mainte-
nance, was confidential witness
No. 2, Interim Sheriff Ed Spooner
and Ashley revealed.
Majs. Mark Schniepp and Lar-
ry Donaldson acted as confiden-
tial witnesses Nos. 3 and 4, and
inventory clerk Roberta Pifer
was the fifth and final confiden-
tial witness, Spooner and Ashley
said.


Of the five, Ashley was the only
witness who didn't ever return
portions of a bonus to Morris.

Swine flu update
The Okaloosa County Depart-
ment of Health is still awaiting
test results from last week's
probable case of H1N1 swine flu
to determine if the 28-year-old
man has contracted the virus.
A 28-year-old Okaloosa Coun-
ty man has been identified by the
Florida Department of Health as
a probable case of the highly con-
tagious swine flu. The Centers
for Disease Control and Preven-
tion is evaluating his test.
While the health department
is still waiting on the test results
from its first probable case, re-
sults have already come in on its
second probable case.
A 26-year-old female was iden-
tified over the weekend by the
state health department as Oka-
loosa County's second probable
case of swine flu. Her test came
back negative on Monday.
Dusty Ricketts ./ Floritla
Freedom Newspapers

Walton County DRC closed
The Disaster Recovery Cen-
ters (DRCs) in Walton County,
the one closest to Okaloosa
County, closed Tuesday. The Fed-
eral Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) and the State
Emergency Response Team
(SERT) want survivors of the re-
cent storms to know they can still
register for assistance and get
help with the FEMA application
process.
It's not mandatory to go to
a 1DRC, but those who suffered
damages or losses due to the
storms and flooding that began
March 26 are urged to visit any
open DRC or call FEMA's toll-
free registration and Helpline
telephone number for assistance.
Register for FEMA aid at 800-
621-FEMA<3362) or TTY 800-462-
7585 for those with a speech- or
hearing-impairment. Represen-
tatives are available from 7 a.m.
to 10 p.m. local time, seven days a
week. Multilingual operators are
available. Those with Internet


access can register with FEMA
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tus online at www.disasterassis-
tance.gov.
Crestview News Bulletin

Governor appoints
Spooner as interim sheriff
Gov. Charlie Crist announced
the appointment of Ed Spooner
as Interim Sheriff of Okaloosa
County. Spooner had been serv-
ing as "acting interim sheriff"
during the suspension of Charles
Morris since February 27, ac-
cording to a revised news re-
lease sent out by the governor's
office.
A spokesman for the gover-
nor's office clarified that Morris
has not resigned and has not been
formally removed from office. He
is still suspended from serving
as sheriff. The governor's action
today solidifies that Spooner will
serve as interim sheriff until Nov.
8, 2010, or until such time as the
federal criminal case against
Morris is resolved.
"I am confident that Sheriff
Spooner's vast experience in var-
ious law enforcement agencies
will give him considerable insight
into serving the people of Okaloo-
sa County," Governor Crist said.
"In addition, he brings to his new
post a high ethical standard and
great integrity."

Spooner picks new
admin director
Interim Okaloosa County
Sheriff Ed Spooner's choice to
oversee the agency's finances
is an honest accountant, he said
Sunday.
Leslie Frank, formerly the
chief financial officer for the As-
sociation of Graduates of the
U.S. Air Force Academy, replaces
Terry Adams, who in February
was indicted with Sheriff Charlie
Morris on charges she handled
illegal kickbacks out of bonuses
Morris paid to staff.
Frank has been working in the
Sheriff's Office on a contingency
basis for at least three weeks
pending a background check.
Andrew Gant / Florida
Freedom Newspapers


F-35 recording deafens
Val-P meeting
Residents cringed and
plugged their ears as the sounds
of fighter jets screamed, the
shrieks so piercing that they may
as well have been flying directly
overhead instead of coming
out of loudspeakers.
Valparaiso resident Bob Webb,
an audio professional, recorded
the sounds of the fighter jets on
April 22 and 23, then downloaded
them onto his laptop. Afterward,
he compared and contrasted the
noise levels created by an F-15,
F-16 and the controversial F-35,
which were played during Mon-
day evening's Valparaiso City
Council meeting.
The demonstrative, 45-sec-
ond sound clip was part of a
nearly hour-long presentation
Webb gave to an audience of
about 50. Webb spent more than
30 years working at Eglin Air
Force Base in a variety of capaci-
ties, from installing audio equip-
ment in aircraft to developing
instruments.
Webb said he parked his audio-
equipped van at the runway and
digitally recorded the sound of
the F-35s at the approach end of
runway 12. After turning on the
recording equipment, he left the
van and measured the decibels
manually using a calibrated me-
ter.
"I got there early and son of a
gun, just before the (F-35) landed,
a flight of three F-15s landed, so I
got to record them on the same
recording as I got the (F-35)," he
said. He later recorded six noise-
level measurements of F-16s over
the two-day period.
Webb compiled the data and
Iletermined the noise level cre-
ated by a landing F-35 measures
at 105-106 dB compared with the
F-16's 90 dB and F-15's 91 dB. Ac-
cording to his estimates, the av-
erage person would find the new
fighter jet to be two to three times
louder than the F-16.
That's in direct contrast with
Air Force assertions that the
F-35s are no noisier than the
present fighter aircraft.
Kim White / Florida Free-
dom Newspapers


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Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Walker Elementary HONOR STUDENTS


A Honor Roll
First Grade: Adams,
Afton / Basch, Tiffany /
Bexley, Aurora / Bolton,
Courtney / Corthell, Ca-
lina / Darby, Jaynie /


Dukes, Skylan / Duncan,
Halee / Edge, Gracie /
Ferrante, Vyctoria / Flan-
ders, Kasey / Freeman,
Logan / Harrison, Megan /
Hill, Robbie / Hochstetler,
Celeste / Howe, Sam /


Johnson, Tyree / Kenealy,
Dawson / Kerrell, Trace /
Klem, Oliver / Kootsoura-
dis, Cade / Leon, George
/ Martin, Joseph / Mat-
.thews, Jasmine / McCal-
lum. Brendon / Morales,


Giovanni / Mungmee,
Trish / Pressley, Emily /
Raybon, Colbea / Ritchie,
Joseph / Seagle, John'
Mark / Shackleford, Cart-
er / Smith, Rinoa / Stake-
ly, Lauren / Tinklepaugh,
Haley / White, Leah
Second Grade: Bal-
lard, Jadyn / Bottenfield,
Kathleen / Bray, Jes-
sica / Cameron, Tristan /
Caraher, Justin / Corbin,
Chandler / Corbin, Jack /
Fortner, Carlee / Gaszak,
Jonah / Holloway, Chan-
dler / Hurley, Olivia /
Lopez, Madi / Medlock,
Elise / Medlock, Emma /
Melton, Grace / Meserve,
Zachary / Morrill, Zane /
Riley, Gabby / Stanley, Si-
ena / Tew, Weston / Trost,
Erin / White, Jacob
Third Grade: Car-
penter, Andrew / Cas-
tille, Cole / Gillis, Gracie
/ McGovern, Amberlynn
/ Medlock, Zoe / Meeks,
Jodie / Morales, Antonio
/ Weappa, Zala
Fourth Grade: Ace,
Liska / Baysmore, Mon-
toya / Cyrus, Jacob /
Dalton, Rylee / Gillis,
Cameron / Harms, Ka-
meryn / Harrison, Kayla /
Howington, Shelly / Luke,
Maddie / Mitchell, Ethan
/ Ness, Cailey / Seagle,
Lydia
Fifth Grade: Bar-
lotta, Alex / Clay, Savan-
nah / Coursey, Diamond /
Dunn, Elizabeth / Hering-
er, Lawrence / Humphrey,
Rachael / Kootsouradis,
Seth / Patterson, Abby /
Williamson, Kelvin


A/B Honor Roll
First Grade: Anglin,
Chris / Atkins, Chandlar
/ Beard, Kaitlyn / Beard,
Kelsey / Bishop, Kaitlyn
/ Burns, Thomas / Clark,
Breonna / Coward, MiQuel
/ Devine, Keano / Dunn,
Elijan / Evans, Tristen /
Fenton, Jeremy / Gonza-
lez, Juan / Higdon, Mi-
chael / Humphrey, Kerin /


Ingram, Ashton / Jarrard,
Avery / Jernigan, Haily
/ King, Aleigh / Martin,
Christopher / Mathews,
Tabatha / McLaney, Kaden
/ McQueen, Marquette /
Neel, Austin / Newman, CJ
/ Norris, Eric / O'Malley,
Logan / Phillips, Jakob /
Polk, Carson / Ransom,
Cole / Sayers, Christian
/ Smothers, Shaniya /
Striblin, Ronald / Sullivan,
Jacob / Tarpley, Kindal /
Tims, Madelline /Whitley,
Zadie / Wilks, Desmond /
Wytch, Nakiya
Second Grade: Am-
brose, Asiyana / Andrews,
CJ / Arcikowski, Jordan
/ Ard, Abigail / Austie,
Layla / Bartlett, Cassedee
/ Bilodeau, Ryan / Blacks-
hear, Tjuana / Boan, Bro-
dy / Cain, Isabella / Carr,
Makenzie / Cato, Janee
/ Corbin, Kayla / Deese,
Chance / Dunn, Joseph
/ Edwards, Riley / Fen-
ton, Tim / Fugate, Drak /
Goedge, Faith / Grantham,
Tanner / Harms, Ashlyn /
Harrell, Kemison / Hen-
ley, Alyssa / Hill, Jacob /
Ketchum, Victoria / Mc-
Curley, Ashlyn / McLaugh-
lin, Tyrone / Merritt, Evan
/ Miller, Seana / Moore,
Jackson / Norman, Em-
ily / Odom, Justin / Ortiz,
Kyle / Powley, Matthew /
Register, Courtney / Ru-
nyon, David / Seals, Ni'Ja
/ Secrest, James / Shah,
Aman / Sheets, Alysa /
Simms. Becca / Simpler,
Caleb / Smith, Alex / Stan-
ton, Jack / Steele, James /
Stepp, Mason / Sterbaggi,
Ryleigh / Stewart, Amelia
/ Tims, Brandon / Toolan,
Kennedy / Westberry,
Shawna / Whidden, Johna-
thon / White, Jerre'ka
Third Grade: Adams,
Johnathan /'Atwood, Jade
/ Atwood, Kim / Bowers,
Ryan / Brown, Aliyiah /
Burlison, Hannah / Cur-,
cio, Gunner /- Dowing,
Kaylynn / Dukes, Hannah
/ Feducia, David / Gor-
don, Felica / Green, Kara


/ Greer, Casey / Hampton,
Laurisha / Higdon, Belle
/ Hipps, Gage / Holm, Mi-
chelle / Ingram, Desirae /
Jones, Amber / Lancaster,
Thomas / Martin, Calista
/ Morrill, Alonna / Myatt,
Jennifer / Newman, Grace
/ Pettis, Mercy / Piloto-
Alonzo, Juan / Reed, Brit-
tany / Robbins, Jasiah /
Sayers, Blake / Shepheard,
Sydney / Smith, Jeremy
/ Smith, Liliana / Snipes,
Jacob / Striblin, Tyler /
Taylor, Vivan / Thomason,
Cole / Trelan, Joey / Wilks,
Javia / Williams, Courtney
/ Young, Coleman
Fourth Grade: Acang,
Austin / Akins, Taron / Al-
exander, Meaghan / Am-
brose, Chyna / Andrews,
Baylee / Barrow, Brook-
lynn / Boles, Savannah /
Bolton, Corah / Chandler,
Shayla / Clark, Tyreke /
Deason, Austin / Dunn,
Alex / Fernandez, Joe /
Furr, Savannah / Hage-
dorn, Eli / Hinds, Chance /
Holloway, Madison / Howe,
Allie / Jackson, James / Ja-
cobs, David / McLaughlin,
Alyssa / Moore, Brayden
/ Moorer, Rusty / Nelson,
Gabby / Peacock, Chiante
/ Ricks, Kayla / Rodriguez,
Jaidyn / Stewart, Olivia /
Taylor, Tyrian / Wakeland,
Cameron
Fifth Grade: Alexan-
der, Jenna / Back, Char-
lie / Barberree, Taylor /
Brown, Jeffrey / Corbin,
Madison / Cox, Synclaire /
Day, Tyler / DeGraaf, Zack
/ Evans, Emily / Gallo-
Danyo, Kristen / Hardell,
Erin / Hergecheimer, Ca-
risa / Higdon, Johnna /
Jimenez, Ben / Johnson,
Christa / Malone, Ter-
rell / Matthews, Alyssa /
McClard, Ashley/ Miller,
Ryan / Morrill, Maranda
/ Nauta, Michael / Ness,
David / Otto, Kayla / Rob-
inson, Levi / Samuolis,
Mathew / Sowell, Hannah
/ Stewart, Rebecca / Vona-
da. Kean / Wilks, Dazhah /
Williams, Tanner


From Michelle Lopez, wife of the late Deputy Burt Lopez:
M i family and I wish to express deep appreciation for
the outpouring of generosity andlove our community
has shown us. Although we cannot make sense of
this terrible tragedy, we can only pray for something positive
to come of all of this. If we can help educate and save even one
family from domestic violence, just 'maybe my children can
understand the sacrifice they have made in losing their father.

Our police officers take a pledge to protect and serve. They put
themselves on the line every day. It is my hope that we as a
community can assist in ending a vicious cycle, making our
community a safer place and to further protecting our law
enforcement officers.

To donate in the memory of Deputy Burt Lopez,
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School News


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Walker wraps up school


year with honors, events


Principal Jeanine Kirkland
provided this report from Walker
Elementary

We held our 'Science Fair
Night in April. We had wonderful
support from the Emerald Coast
Science Center. We also had a par-
ent, 'Sgt. Matthew Steele with the
728th Air Control Squadron, and
his squadron came out and helped
with the hands-on activities in sci-
ence. It was wonderful. The stu-
dents, parents and teachers had a
great time learning together. It was
a wonderful way for children to see
science principles in action. I can't
thank the Air Control Squadron
enough.
We recently honored our vol-
unteers with a volunteer brunch.
The teachers provided the food.
Our volunteer of the year Mrs. Jo-
elle Curcio was recognized.
Our field days were awesome.
We have one of the best PE. de-
partments around. Tro Henry and
Jill Adams coordinated a wonder-
ful field week where each grade
level had a chance to compete and
play. They had a great time.
We'll have a special honors
reception for the fifth-graders on
June 4 at 8:45 a.m.
We're looking forward to get-
ting our FCAT scores that we are'
working very hard to continue
to improve. Our writing scores
showed some significant improve-
ment, and we look forward to do-
ing even better next year. We're
very proud of our fourth graders
for their accomplishments.
We received our parent sur-
vey in which Walker received very
high marks for student behaviors
and expectations, for appropriate-
ness of homework, and knowing
teachers were qualified and inter-
ested in children's academic prog-
ress. The marks that showed room
for growth are transportation
-the buses and letting parents
know how we spend our money.
There were quite a few that had no
opinion about (how we spend bur


I FROMTHE
PRINCIPAL'S


OFFICE

money) and I truly feel they may
not know. It's hard to know unless
you are on a SAC or PTO. So our
strategy for that is to get more par-
ents involved so they can be aware
of how Walker spends its money,
especially in these tough budget
times.
We're looking forward to sum-
mer school in July. We will also
host VPK at our school. We enjoy
seeing the little ones because it's
a great way to get acquainted with
new children that will come to us
in the fall. We're also expecting a
'visit from Head Start students who
'will be coming to Walker to visit
kindergarten classrooms and see
what "big school" is like.
We are currently planning a
science camp that will be available
to current third and fourth grad-
ers this summer. We hope to invite
some guest speakers and have
field trips and hands-on science
activities.
As far as next year, we are
coming to that fast and furious.
The year is closing faster than I
can imagine. We are waiting on
final word of the legislature's bud-
get and what our share of that will
be so we can make final decisions
about our school. The important
thing to remember about that is,
like all schools in Okaloosa County,
Walker is committed to absolutely
providing everything that is best
for children no matter what ourre-
sources may appear to be. We want
to have the same level of quality
service we have ,always provided
to our students. We don't want that
to change.

"From the Principal's Office"'
provides updates on schools in
north Okaloosa County.:


iOZA


CHICK WATCHING: Suzanne
Duenas, at top, a
first-grade teacher at
Antioch Elementary School,
has been sharing her
knowledge of embryology.
Students throughout
the school visited and
monitored the progress
of 12 eggs during their
21-day incubation period.
Natalie Duenas and Allyson
Windham, shown above;
examined the incubator as
chicks are emerging from
their shells. After the eggs
were hatched, Natalie,
at right, got to share the
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Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and
Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council
proposes to adopt the following ordinances set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1422
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDMENT OF SECTION 18-57, CHAPTER 18,
BUSINESSES; OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE
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NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH FROM THE APPLICATION;
PROVIDING-FOR REPEAL OF SUBSECTIONS (F) NUMBER
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ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1423
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF : CRESTVIEW,
F.ORIDA,. PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDMENT TO SECTION 102-62,/ NOTICE
PROCEDURES, ARTICLE IV, PUBLIC PARTICIPATION OF
CHAPTER 102 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR EXEMPTION
OF EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL. REPORT BASED
AMENDMENTS FROM NOTICE REQUIREMENTS NOT
REQUIRED IN FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR THE
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES TO THE EXTENT
OF SUCH CONFLICT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading of
these ordinances will be held on Monday, May 26, 2009 at
6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged .to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal
comments on the matters under consideration. The ordinance
is available for public inspection during normal business hours
at the Administrative Services Department, City' Hall, 198
North Wilson Street, Crestyiew, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for
in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the
City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days
prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
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Wednesday, May 13,2009


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: City of Crestview faces potential fines as owner
of faultystormwater ponds in a residential development
Could I suggest red light cameras at State Road 85 and
PJ. Adams, John King Road, and Wal-Mart Drive? At $125
a citation the city would have a surplus after paying the
$5,000 dollar daily fine.

Maybe the city should highly suggest that the previous
public services director, who is now retired, explain this
mess.... How did he get this transaction approved without
the council's OK, anyhow?

The City of Crestview should not own Eagles Landing's
problem child retention pond.... tax paying citizens and the
CNB should investigate this mess. I'm sure $50,000 could
be used somewhere else in this city.

Perhaps it is time for a charter review, put the depart-
ment heads under an elected official instead of being out
there to make all the decisions and answer to no one, or get
a city manager who is responsible for what goes on.

Fact is that the problem lies with the engineer. The en-
gineer used bad bore data. The ponds were constructed
as designed but the design was faulty due to all the under-
ground springs in the area. It is hard for a pond to perk
when there is active waterflow coming into it 24 hours a
day. In the article, it says that when Mr. Bill Perry, HMM,
was contacted about it he said he was in the process of
redesigning the ponds. Why would an engineer redesign
something that was properly designed to start with? The
city, the developer and the contractor should go after the
engineer. Think about it.

A retention pond over an underground spring, that
doesn't sound like a .smart engineering move at all. I'm
hopeful however that the amount needed to fix the pond
will not exceed the estimated amount of $50,000. Lord
knows, Crestview could use that for something else. City
council members, let's keep our eye on the departments
you oversee. We the citizens of Crestview depend on your
judgment and your managerial abilities.

Topic: School sports programs face potential cuts.
I've known for years that all the sports were self-sup-
porting. Unfortunately it takes layoffs to bring this to light.
... I would love to see an article detailing the costs and
fundraising that goes into a typical season of football or
baseball. Most people would be dumbfounded at the cost
and all the volunteer hours by parents, students and staff
that go into funding a season.

i Topic: Ask the Attorney columnist Nathan Boyles
writes about his experiences on a recent Honor Flight.
Awesome job. You made that old veteran's life complete.
I only wish I could do the same for an older veteran. They
deserve so much respect that the younger generation just
doesn't understand. Imay only be 32, bu't I've served my coun-
try, and what these men went through is nothing compared to
my service, in my opinion. Godspeed military brothers.

Topic: Local youngsters recognized for good deeds.
What wonderful gestures, both on Lillie (Gailard's) part
to collect food and for Dr. Roy Nakaiye for rewarding our
area youth for thinking of others besides themselves.

Congratulations Austin (Carrico, a Cub Scout who was
awarded the Medal of Merit)! You make your community
and Scout leaders proud of you! Keep up the good work,
young man.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts on any
north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com, or post your thoughts at www.crestviewbul-
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Profundity


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
"Education is experience, and the essence
of experience is self-reliance."
T.H. WHITE
(1906 1964)
English author noted for his looks of Arthurian legend, in
'The Once and Future King"


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Dear Editor:
During the month of May we
celebrate those in the nursing pro-
fession, with an emphasis on May
12, which is Florence Nightingale's
birthday. She is credited with being
the founder of modern nursing.
The Nightingale Pledge is the
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


'Congratulations'
to dog thief
To the person who drove a pickup
truck down Earl Kennedy Road on
April 16 and grabbed my grandson's
white male Jack Russell terrier mix
and drove away:
The puppy is 1 year old, answers
to Prince or Goofy and is very friend-
ly. He has been neutered, had all of
his shots and is on heartworm medi-
cation.
He was given to my grandson in
December by a friend. My grandson
has ADHD with many other prob-
lems.
, Congratulations, thief- "to stoop
to steal a dog."
Bobbie J. Kennedy

'A modest proposal'
for automobile safety
I am hot a life-long Crestview
resident. In fact I've lived here only
two years. Therefore I don't know '
where everyone lives, where they
shop, who they visit. Nor am I a
mind reader.
So, when drivers of vehicles sud-
denly enter a driveway or place of
business without signaling their
intent, I am at'somewhat of a loss..
Had I known that was their home,
or where they shopped or did busi-
ness, or the route theyjnormally
took, I could have exercised a bit
more patience, provided more
space, or perhaps exercised even
greater courtesy as they made their
turn.
Perhaps it is time we vehicle
drivers launched a petition to
send to automobile manufactur-
ers demanding that turn signals
be installed in all vehicles. After
all, vehicles cost a great deal and


it seems as though having such an
instrument installed would help
drivers protect their investment.
I am also certain if these were in-
stalled everyone would use them as
a courtesy to other drivers, too.
In this day of greater frustra-
tions because of economic un-
certainty, health threats, growing
illegal use of firearms, etc., it seems
the installation and use of turn sig-
nals would also help protect drivers
from potential encounters with road
rage, verbal abuse, or worse.
So, would your paper please
start a petition to automobile manu-
facturers demanding the installa-
tion of these relatively inexpensive
instruments? The fault must be
with them, because if all vehicles
had them, law-abiding, unselfish
and courteous drivers would cer-
tainly use them as we are supposed
to. Wouldn't we?
Mark Broadhead
Crestview

Plans underway
for second Arts and
Crafts/Community Day
The Northwest Florida Fair-
grounds held their first annual Arts
and Craft Show and Community
Day, on April 18. We hosted 108 .
vendors and community service
groups.
Entertainment for the day
included the Barbershop Men's
Corus, Kasba Oriental Dancers,
High Steppers Show Dancers, Pyra,
mids, Macedonia Gospel Choir, and
Playground Rock. The Okaloosa
County Health Department was on
hand disseminating information on
"Smokefree Florida". The Sheriff's
Office and the City Police Depart-


ment were fingerprinting children
and educating them on bicycle
safety. PAWS performed 20 rabies
shots, 15 microchip implants, and 3
pet adoptions. The Blood Mobile re-
ceived over a dozen donations, and
our sponsored charity, Sharing and
Caring, collected $567 in cash and
food donations. The Boy and Girl
Scouts also enjoyed their opportuni-
ty to participate and promote their
organizations.
Spacewalk of Crestview and
Emerald Coast Inflatable Jumps
provided a super selection of jumps
and an exciting rock climbing wall.
In addition, Playground Rock set up
the Guitar Hero game for children
to test their skills.
It was a fun filled day, and we
can't wait to begin planning our
2nd Annual Arts and Crafts/Com-
munity Day! We would like to thank
the community, Arts and Crafts
vendors, food vendors, entertainers,
and public service groups for mak-
ing our first annual event a great
success.
The Northwest Florida Fair-
grounds is a 501-C, not for profit,
and a 616 tax exempt corporation.
We feature 63,000 square feet of
rentable space, of which 43,000 is
climate controlled. We can host al-
most any event including wedding
receptions, trade shows, reunions,
garage sales, meetings, conferenc-
es, banquets, socials, club events
and festivals. Our outdoor facilities
include 132 RV sites with over 25
acres. Our parking area will accom-
modate 1,500+ vehicles.
We host a variety of exciting
events at the fairgrounds. Check
out our event schedule online at
www.nwffair.com.
Betty Rester
Northwest Florida Fairgrounds.


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Colleges


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


NWF State C
Special to the News Bulletin
Northwest Florida State College held
its 44th annual commencement on May
5 at the Niceville campus amphitheater.
More than 2,000 students completed
degrees or certificate during the past
academic year the largest graduat-
ing class in the college's history. The
college's 1966 charter graduation class
from then Okaloosa-Walton Junior Col-
lege had 85 graduates. This year's
grads were the first to walk across the
commencement stage under the name
Northwest Florida State College.
"We are so proud of all those in
our record graduating class this year
- those who completed Associate de-
grees, plus all those who have earned
technical certificates and bachelor's
degrees," said Dr. Jill White, NWF
State College's interim president.
"Each graduate can be proud of their


NWF STATE COLLEGE AWARDS
Northwest Florida State College recently held its
annual Student Awards Day. Crestview students rec-
ognized for student achievement for the 2008-09 aca-
demic year include:
Student Government Association Installation:
President Geremy St. Vil of Crestview; Sophomore
Senator Heather Lemay of Crestview.
Woman's Educational Resource Center Honor
. Students 2008-09: Robin Armstrong of Crestview,'
Kristi Hill bf Crestview, Sonya Plenge of Crestview,
Rasma Sauri-Borras of Crestview.
Radiography Academic Excellence Award: Cara
Hulion of Crestview, CarleyPrecht of Crestview, Ryan
Roberts of Eglin AFB, Adrianna Torres of Crestview.
Outstanding Dental Assisting Student: Megan
Renfer of Crestview
Phi Theta Khppa (PTK) Ross Hamilton Scholar-
ship Recipients: Christin Barrow of Crestview.
Outstanding Achievement in Voice: Montavius
Diamond of Crestview.
Outstanding Achievement in Technical Theatre:
April O'Hara of Crestview. -
Outstanding Achievement in Show Choir: Rita
Dailey of Crestview
Outstanding Achievement in Raider Rhythms:
Brittany Baker of Crestview.
Outstanding Achievement in Performance for
2008-09: Rita Dailey of Crestview.
2008-09 Who's Who Among Students in American
Junior Colleges: Raven Culpepper, Rita Dailey, Jes-
sica Darr, Montavius Diamond, Ethan King, Kyndra
Lewis, Tawanah Reeves, Mary Salmond, Vanessa
Steele and Audrey Wright, all of Crestview; and Chel-
sie Elliot of Eglin AFB.
AWARD
WINNER:
Megan
Renfer of
Crestview
receives the
Seaward for
Outstanding
Dental
Assisting
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accomplishments at the college."
A total of 71 students completed a
bachelor's degree from NWF State Col-
lege this academic year. There were
also 73 students who earned both a high
school diploma and a two-year college
degree at the same time through the
completion of studies at the Collegiate
High School operated by the NWFSC. In
addition to the record number of college
graduates, 273 adult students received a
state of Florida high school diploma at
NWF State College this academic year
through successful completion of the
GED exam.
Also recognized at the ceremony
were retiring faculty members Carl Ny-
quist, an Ecoriomics professor from Fort
Walton Beach, and Linda Whitenton, of
Baker, who retired as associate dean of POMP AND CI
Health Technology and director of Nurs- graduates F
ing. Both received gold medallions in 2009 NWF
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IRCUMSTANCE: Bachelor's degree
process into the amphitheater for the
'SC commencement ceremony, led by
s and Nora Jackson, both of Crestview.


NEW NURSE:
Mary
Salmond of
Crestview
receives
'her nursing
pin at
the 2009
Nursing
Pinning
Ceremony
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NWF State College nursing

graduates honored


Special to the News Bulletin
The Nursing program
at Northwest Florida State
College held a pinning cere-
mony May 4 to recognize the
32 students who completed
the Associate of Science in
Nursing degree.
Associate of Science
graduates are qualified to
take the Registered Nurs-
ing (RN) licensure exam.
Mary Salmond and Van-
essa Steele of Crestview
were recognized for being
named among NWFSC's
students in "Who's Who
Among American Junior
Colleges."

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Jamie Blair, Nakisha
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Brewer, Kelly Brown,
Kendra Buczynski, Brian
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Crystal Daniels, Phillip
Day, Carissa Deandrade,
Thomas Dunkle, Louise
Fisher, Sharon Fuentes,
Megan Gilbertson,
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Haddock, Katrina
Hamilton, Elizabeth
Havard, Valerie Helms,
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dale, Ala., announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Shelby Ca-
nady Coburn, to Brad
David Johnson of Mara-
na, Ariz. Brad is the son
Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Johnson Jr. of Crest-
view.
Shelby is the grand-
daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Canady
and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Charles G. Coburn
Jr., all of Mobile. Brad
is the grandson of the
late Mr. James A. Hollo-
way, Sr. and Mrs. Betty Till-
man of Sorrento, and the
late Mr. Ernest Faulking-
ham and Mrs. Dorothy
Byers of Virginia Beach,
Va.
Shelby is a graduate of
Gardendale High School
and a recent graduate of
the University of Alabama
in Huntsville with a Bach-
elor of Science in Elemen-
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a graduate of Plainfield
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for May 30, 2009, at the
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
A LESSON IN GIVING: Students at Lakewood Christian School had a lesson in
giving as they participated in the National Association of Letter Carriers'
"Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive. Students donated non-perishable food
items for the drive, with the first grade class winning a school competition
for collecting the most food. Several students placed notes in the food bins
expressing their happiness to share food and telling the recipients, "We will
keep you in,our prayers." Said principal Shirley Meade: "We wanted our
children to be aware that there are those less fortunate." Letter carriers picked
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Flute player honors

friend's fight

against cancer


Special to the News Bulletin

Cynthia "Sinder"
Perring was one offive
finalists at the Musical
Echoes Native Ameri-
can Flute and Cultural
Festival held in. Fort
Walton Beach in April.
The annual com-
petition attracts flute
players from all over
the nation. The other
2009 finalists were from
Ohio, Indiana, Georgia.
and Colorado.
Perring used the op-
portunity to promote
awareness of breast
cancer by wearing a


breast cancer shirt
given to her from a
good friend from
Florida Power & Light
who' was diagnosed
with breast cancer last
fall and is currently un-
dergoing chemo treat-
ments..
Each of the final-
ists played two songs
of their choosing and
then a song selected by
the judges. One of the
songs Perring chose
to play was a song she
wrote for her friend
Missy as a way to honor
her courageous fight
'with breast cancer.


ARREST REPORTS


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
4/1: BRETT ALEX-
ANDER JAHN, of 5404
Hilton N. Road, Baker,
was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana over 20
grams and possession of
paraphernalia. BRIAN
WILLIAM MCGIRR, 24, of
133 Apollon Place, was is-
sued a notice to appear on
a charge of possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana.
4/2: DANNY LEE
BALDWIN JR., 25, was
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to dis-
tribute and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
4/3: FELTON GERVIS
DANIEL, 68, of Northview
Drive in Crestview, was
charged with two counts of
contempt of court viola-
tion of a domestic violence
injunction and one count
of aggravated stalking. *
NIGEL M. FLEMEN, 32,
of 509 Forrest Court, Crest-
view, was charged with
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of drug para-
phernalia. DANIEL LEE
ALLEN, 35, of 509 For-
rest Court, Crestview, was
charged with introduction
of contraband into a de-
tention facility, possession
of drug paraphernalia,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
failure to pay child support
(based on a Bay County
warrant).


4/4: BYRON DEVON TY-
SON, 25, of 203 School Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine,
retail theft, resisting a mer-
chant during recovery and
battery.
4/6: JOSHUA D.
KROLL, 26, of 405 North
Ave. W, Crestview, was
charged with retail theft. *
SCOTT R. MONTA, 18, was
issued a notice to appear
on a charge of possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. TAWNY RE-
NEE STRADER, 30, of 2844
Old Mill Way, Crestview,
was charged with retail
theft. CHRISTOPHER
J. DREADING, 28, of 918
Texas Parkway, Crestview,
was charged with crimes
against person: attack by
known dangerous dogs.
4/8: ASHLEY N.
BRUNSON, 20, of 514 N.
Spring ST., Crestview, was
charged with retail theft. *
AUDREY K. SMILEY, 28, of
3802 New Ebenezer Road,
Laurel Hill, was charged
with beach of peace/disor-
derly conduct. *BREANNA
SHARI DIXON, 18, of 206
W. Bowers Ave., Crestview,
was charged with breach of
peace/disorderly conduct.
4/10: JESSE JAMES
ROBERTS, 24, of 8792
County Road 636, Chancel-
lor, Ala., was issued a notice
to appear on a charge of re-
tail theft. Ashley Lachele
Nowling, 21, of 121 Lakev-
iew Drive, Crestview, was
issued a notice to appear
on a charge of retail theft.


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News

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Dawgs compete at
track, field state finals
Crestview junior Levi
Hendrix finished I Ith
in the boys shot put
competition at the EHSAA
Class 3A track and field
state finals Friday in Winter
Park.
Hendrix had a heave of
47-6%. He finished fifth
among underclassmen.
CHS senior Arquita
Jernigan finished 14th in the
girls discus throw.Jernigan's
best throw was 98-7.

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

Carver-Hill May Day
Golf Tournament
Carver-Hill Historical
Society will host a
Four-Man Florida Lowball
tournament.May 22 at
Foxwood Country Club.
There will be a shotgun
start at 8 a.m.
Cost of the tournament
is $45 per person and $1
per mulligan.
Entry fee includes prizes
for the winners and lunch.
The tournament also is
looking for sponsors.
For more information,
contact Carolyn Hutchison
at 217-5193 or Betty
Jackson at 830-3838.

Men's Invitational
Two-Man Scramble
Foxwood Country Club
will host an Individual
Two-Man Scramble on
June 27-28.
The 36-hole event is a
pre-flighted by the average
of the partners not to
exceed eight strokes or
the higher handicap will be,
reduced. I
The tournament
is limited to the first
70 amateur teams.All
participants must be 18 or
older.
Cost of the tournament
is $'180 per team and
includes cart, prizes, tee
gift, refreshments as well as
dinner buffet on Saturday
and breakfast buffet Sunday.
Play starts Saturday with
a 12:30, p.m. shotgun start.
Sunday play is set for an
8 a.m. start.
Players who have paid
will be.allowed a practice
round June 20-26 for the
cart fee only.
For more information
contact Foxwood Country
Club at 682-2012.

EC United soccer
tryouts
EC United soccer
tryouts are May 26-29 at
Twin Oaks Sports Complex
on State Road 85 in
Niceville.
There will be a $10
tryout fee due at the first
session.
SGo to emeraldcoast "
united.com to print out a
tryout form and get more
information.
Boys will try out on May
26 and 28.
Girls will try out on May
27 and 29.
Tryout times are 5
to 6:15 p.m. of Academy
and U9-U12; and 6:15 to


7:30 p.m. for U 13-U 18.


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
POSITIVE EXAMPLE: Crestview football coach Matt Brunson on.rising senior
quarterback Blake Ritchie: "He is a great Christian young man that is a leader
by example for sure."




Cool hand Blake


CHS quarterback at his

best under pressure

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Blake Ritchie, was ready when his
number was called last year against
Choctawhatchee in the fifth game of the
2008 season.
Ritchie replaced starter Jason Parker
and led Bulldogs to a couple of late scor-
ing drives, though Crestview lost 31-28.
Those near-heroics were later re-
placed by the real thing as he rallied the
' Bulldogs to last-minute wins against Fort
Walton Beach and Washington.
"He stepped in at the Choctaw and
took us down there to tie the game, and.
he's been hot ever since," Bulldog coach
Matt Brunson said. "At the Fort Walton
Beach game he made a last-minute drive
(to win it). Against Washington he made
a last-minute drive to win the game.
"He's come up big in big games."
Bulldog. offensive coordinator and
quarterbacks coach Dilly Webb. said that
ability to come up big in big games is what
makes Ritchie, a rising senior, special.
"Blake's got good leadership quali-
ties," Webb said. "He played very well
most of the time. But he seemed to play
really well at the end of the games.
"That's a good trait to have in a quar-
terback." '


Brunson put it another way.
"He is a great Christian young man
that is a leader by example for sure," he
said. "He can rally his troops."
Ritchie's rise to the starting job was
typical of many high school quarterbacks.
He shared playing time with some other
quarterbacks on the freshman team. He
then moved up to varsity and worked is
way up the depth chart.
As a junior, he continued to work hard
as the second-team quarterback and was
ready when his name was called.
Ritchie finished the year completing
38-of-75 passes for 584 yards and four
touchdowns. He also rushed for another
score.
This spring, it's Ritchie's turh to start,
He's handling the expectations with his
own quiet confidence.
"It does feel good to be a leader this
year," he said. "I know I have to speak up
more now because this is my last chance
to make an impression on the guys -not
just in football, but in their lives.
"I definitely think it's important for
your actions to show in being a leader,
but sometimes you have to tell the guys
you are there for them."
Ritchie knows what it is like to lead a
team in a run to the playoffs, and his for-
mula for success is really simple.
"Staying positive on the field when
something goes wrong is the big thing,"
he said. "You have to keep staying

See COOL HAND BLAKE B2


Baker's


Hooper:



Amazing



story'

Gator leader pushes

himself to excel

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Sometimes the will of an indi-
vidual allows a boy to become a football
player.
Such is the story of Baker rising,se-
nior Dakota Hooper.
"There's no question that Dakota is
going to be the leader of the team," Ga-
tor coach Bob Kellogg said. "To me, in all
the years of coaching, (he is) what high
school football, is all about.
"He's a kid,that came in as a ninth
grader; and he was weak and he was
little. He has focused in his mind that he
wants to play small college ball. Every-
thing he does to the max, and he works
to make himself better."
In the last year Hooper has put on 20
pounds of muscle, going from 150 pounds
to 170 pounds.
"Pound for pound he's the strongest
kid in our football program," Kellogg
said. "He's made a bunch our boards
(charts the coaches have posted of how
lifters are doing).
"I try to tell those kids to try and put
on 20 pounds of muscle, and he's done it.
There is not fat on him."
That attitude in the weight room
transfers to the field and the classroom.
"He's a very intelligent kid," Kellogg
said. "Last year, I think, he was our sec-
ond leading tackier at free safety. We
played him all over the field.
"He's just a great team player and a

See HOOPER B2


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
A MADE LEADER: Baker football coach
Bob Kellogg on rising senior Dakota
Hooper: "There's no question that
Dakota is going to be the leader of
the team."


High school players exemplify spirit of the game


In today's sports section you
will find stories about Baker's
Dakota Hooper and Crestview's
Blake Ritchie, who are rising
seniors on their respective
football teams.
Hooper and Ritchie
are the type of kids that
embody the spirit of the
high school game. I
Guys like former
Bulldog Matt Sanders and
Baker graduating senior
Blake Bollinger both look NOR1
like football players. Of Z(
, course, both of them are Randy
linemen.
If you put Ritchie and Hooper
in a room of backs and receivers
neither would stand out from the
crowd.
They made themselves football
players the old fashion way:
through good hard work.
Someone once said, "God's
gift to us is the talent he gives us.
Our gift to God is how we work


TH
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and use that talent."
.In talking with their coaches,
Hooper and Ritchie are doing
their part in working with the
talent they were given.
S Seven or so months
from now the 2009 football
season will have come and
gone, championships will
have been decided and
the final deadlines met.
At that time there will
be questions about what
I END happened during the 16
NE weeks or so that make
ickson a high school football
season.
I would bet some discussions
might deal with players who don't
live up to their full potential or
hype.
I doubt any of those
conversations will center on
Hooper or Ritchie.
Both young men talk of the
possibility of playing college
football somewhere without


delusions of it being a stepping
stone to the National Football
League.
Hooper, Ritchie and tens of
thousands like them, have a love
for the game that has nothing
to do with fame and fortune, but
simply the joy of being a football
player.
It has been my experience
that those who played football for
the hopes of hearing their names
called on draft day often wonder
what went'wrong and have
regrets. Those who played for the
joy of being a part of something
bigger than themselves and for
the love of the game carry with
them an appreciation for the
lessons learned from football.
Football is the ultimate team
sport.
It might be the only game
where some players (linemen)
can go from Pop Warner leagues
to the NFL without touching the
ball or scoring.


By the same token, no running
back or receiver, however talented
they might be, could ever score
without some help from those
same linemen.
The big guys in the defensive
trenches face a similar fate, but
perhaps not as bad. Yes, defensive
linemen often make tackles. But
in many schemes their primary
job is to keep blockers off the
linebackers who, by design, are
supposed to make most of the
tackles.
Of course, Ritchie should touch
the ball on every offensive play
as the Bulldog quarterback. And
Hooper will be one of the primary
weapons for the Gator attack.
They have paid the price for their
starting positions and leadership
roles on their teams.
When the final horn sounds
on the 2009 season Hooper and
Ritchie will likely have given
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HOOPER from page B1


great student. He's the guy, with
us only having three seniors re-
turning, that really has the expe*-
rience."
Kellogg said the other players
look up to Hooper because they
know that he does what he says.
No Gator works harder at lifting
weights.
"We are counting heavily on
Dakota this year," Kellogg said.
"But he has been a great story
from coming in as a ninth grader.
To me that's what's neat about
high school football.
"He's-just a self-made player.
He didn't come in with great abili-
ty, but he has developed what he's


got into being a good athlete."
Through hard work Hooper
has taken more than a half-second
off his time in the .40-yard dash.
He is continuing to get faster with
a goal of lowering his time to the
4.6-second range.
"He runs about a 4.8," Kellogg
said. "When he got here he ran a
5.4, 5.5, something like that.
"That's his goal. Everything he
does now is working on the speed.
Probably the hardest thing to im-
prove on is your speed. But when
you look where he came from,
he's doing it"
Hooper doesn't take his lead-
ership role lightly, nor his overall


role on the team.
"The seniors we have need to
step up this year," he said. "We
need some younger guys to step
up too.
"Everybody has worked pretty
hard, but we all start with a clean
slate."
Hooper makes the jobs of the
coaches so much easier in the
way he goes about his tasks on
the.field.,
"He's just a quality kid," Kel-
logg, said. "Everything you ask
him to do, he does it. He's just very
coachable. I think the neat thing
about him is the kids respect him
because they know he puts in the


time, energy and effort.
"They know he's one of those
guys you can look up to, and I
hope our younger guys look up
to him because he's a self-made
athlete."
In some ways Kellogg still finds
it hard to believe how far Hooper
has come as a football player.
"When you looked at him as
a ninth grader, you knew, that he
would play here," Kellogg said,
"but you didn't think he'd develop
like he's allowed himself to de-
velop.
"He really is an amazing story
when you think about where he's
come from when he started."


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positive and let them know
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the big thing."
It's probably a little easi-
er to stay positive when you
are a quarterback with guys.
like Chris Pickett, Artis
Coleman and Allen Caldwell
to throw to.
"It's not so muchpressure
(having all the receivers)
as it is excitement," Ritchie
said. "I've always been ready
to throw the ball more.
"I think we can do some
good things with our receiv-
ing corps this year."
Ritchie's presence
shouldn't just be felt on the
offensive side of the ball.
The Crestview defense
should get better facing the
savvy quarterback every
day in practice.
"He reads the defense
really well and makes us
work hard," linebacker/
kicker J.T. Arnold said. "He
challenges our mindset on
the defensive side of the
ball because he's as good,
or better, than all the quar-
terbacks we go against.
"Blake throws the ball
pretty good, and him re-
turning is going to help us
a lot on the offensive side of
the ball. We should see him
put up some big numbers
this year."


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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Courtney: 'No easy answers' to distributing personal possessions


Brian Hughes
Crestview News.Bulletin

Anyone attending Elaine Court-
ney's presentation on transferring
personal possessions and hoping
for an easy solution was sorely dis-
appointed.
If anything, attendees at the re-
cent Bob Sikes Library First Tues-
day Lecture learned there is no one-
size-fits-all solution to a problem
that has befuddled families since
humans started walking upright.
"Who Gets Grandma's Yellow
Pie Plate," the presentation by the
local University of Florida County
Extension family and consumer sci-
ences agent, concentrated on the
dilemma of passing along non-titled
possessions.
Unlike land, vehicles, stocks,
bonds and bank account contents,
which are considered "titled" prop-
erty, untitled property can include
everything from chinaware and
furniture to collections, sporting
goods, toys and tools.
And yes, that yellow pie plate.
The one you thought was hideously
ugly but has so many memories of
feasts at Grandma's house cling-
ing to it like red velvet cake crumbs
that it's one of the family's most
precious heirlooms.
"I have 'a deep belief that items
tell a story," Courtney said. Non-
titled property can mean different
things and hold greater or lesser
value to different people.
"It didn't matter to me who got
my granddaddy's rifle," Courtney
said. by example. "But to others in
my family, it was very important."
What Courtney did want, howev-
er, was her grandmother's treadle-
powered sewing machine. Though
it might be an antique with an an-
tique's value, even more valuable to
her are the memories of sitting and
sewing as a child while her grand-
mother sewed nearby.
If more than one heir wants the
comfort of that sewing machine -
or that pie plate in their home, a
family conflict could be brewing.
c "Non-titled property decisions
cause the most anguish and grief,"
Courtney said. "This is just what
tears a family apart.'?


MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS: University of Florida Extension agent
Elaine Courtney exhibits treasured non-titled property she has
received over the years.


One recommendation is to start
the distribution process before
what Courtney termed a "traumatic
transition point," such as death or a
medical crisis, occurs. Events such
as downsizing to an apartment from
a house or moving to a retirement
community offer opportunities to
transfer belongings.
"If we make these decisions prior
to a death or crisis, you can decide
who gets control of the property,"
Courtney said. When emotions are
running high, it makes it harder to
make good decisions, she added.
Many families are hesitant to
bring'up such serious subjects.
"People get a little testy some-
times," Courtney said. "We just
don't want to face the fact that we're
getting older, we're not going to live
forever, and we have a'lot of stuff."
A great piece of advice Court-
ney offered was, "Sometimes you'll
have to forgive your children or your
spouse when they say the first thing
that comes to mind" when asked if
they would like a possession,
Courtney said her mother of-
fered her and her sister a vase both
thought was "ugly," and bluntly told
their mother as much. .I
Her mother then had a friend
sell it on eBay and reaped $480.
Courtney counseled open com-


munication and clear instructions
about who should receive what. She
also suggested finding innovative
ways to avoid conflicts, praising an
audience member's suggestion for
distributing two sets of china.
Fearing her daughters would
both want the same pattern, the
woman put each set in an identical
box and let her daughters choose
one of the boxes each.
Courtney warned about "some-
day" promises, in which a friend or
family member is assured one day,
such as upon the owner's death,
they can have a particular item.
'Someday' promises can be
meaningful, but be careful," Court-
ney said. "We do make mistakes."
For example, over the years you
might accidentally promise the same
object to two different people, And
unless the promise was made in writ-
ing, it can be hard to prove the right-
ful owner.
When property is distributed
before its owner's death, the owner
must be willing to accept the final
decision, Courtney says.
"If Joe gets this, Mary can't get
it," she explained. "If Joe gets it, he
may sell it on eBay, but you have to
accept that. A gift is a gift."
Summing up, Courtney said sim-
ply, "There are no easy answers."


PASSING ON PERSONAL POSSESSIONS
University of Florida Extension family and consumer
sciences agent Elaine Courtney offered several
considerations during her presentation.
Factors in deciding how to distribute non-
titled property:
Recognize the sensitivity of the issue
Determine what you wish to accomplish (preserve
memories, keep items within a family, maintain family
privacy by not having an estate sale, being fair to all
involved, contributing to society by donating to local
museums, libraries, etc.)
Decide what is fair ,
Be aware conflicts may arise
Considerations for equitable distribution
of possessions:
The contribution each person has made to
.owner's life or well-being
The needs of each person (some might be more
well-off than others)
Personal interest in the item ("I've always loved
that painting")
Age of each person (a child may not appreciate
a piece of fine jewelry or china or may damage a
valuable heirloom)
Gender (tools might go to the men, china might
,,go to the women)
Birth order (sometimes the oldest child gets
preferential treatment)
Ways non-titled property can be
distributed:
Wills, legarlists, verbal "someday" promises
Gifts or family, distribution
Label items with masking tape over the years
(masking tape can dry up and fall off in our climate,
Courtney warns)
Hold a private auction, a silent family auction
(use Monopoly money, or if real cash is used,
proceeds could go to the estate), or a public auction
Garage sale or estate sale
Pilfering (can cause family rifts when a favorite
item turns up in a sibling's house without anyone else
being consulted)
Removal of leftover property or thrown away
Intestate transfers (state law dictates succession., if
no will is filed. Special bequests cannot be honored
under intestate succession)

For more information, contact Courtney at
689-5850 or ecourtne@ufl.edu. For a copy of the
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Military


Wednesday, May 13, 2009


L-3 Aerospace reaches milestone, readies for another


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

L-3 Communication
Corporation's Crestview
* Aerospace facility celebrat-
ed an impressive milestone
on April 30. f
The event was the
200th consecutive on-time,
on-budget installation of
Northrop Grumman's air-
craft self-protection sys-
tem, known by its official
military designation as AN/
AAQ-24(V) Directional In-
frared Countermeasures,
or as it is more commonly
known, DIRCM/LAIRCM:
"We did this in eight years
of performance. Our opera-
tion delivered despite six
major hurricanes that shut
us down several times," said
Barry Steiner, president of
L-3 Crestview Aerospace.
Originally, the assembly,
fabrication and installation
called for a 54 day turn-
around on each aircraft
delivered to the Crestviewv
works.


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that is the delivery of 200
LARICM/DIRCM modified
aircraft from this facility.
Every single one was de-
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years, and number 200 was
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this year."
Col. Charles Sherwin,
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aircraft systems squadron
and DIRCM/LARCM sys-
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the Aeronautical System
Center, Wright Patterson
Air Force Base, Ohio, also
addressed those issues.
"I left Eglin little over
a year ago to take com-
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the first words out of my
mouth when I knew the as-
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LAIRCM, large aircraft in-
frared countermeasures.
As a program manager
coming up through the ac-
quisition community I real-
ized I had reached the big
time."
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LAIRCM program is a
category one acquisition.
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none higher, and the over-
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Military HONORS


Leonard J.
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THIBODEAUX that includ-
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Airmen who complete
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Randall 0. McKee


Air Force Airman Randall 0.
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The airman completed an inten-
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Corey I
Air Force Airman Corey A. Haller
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at Lackland Air Force Base, San Anto-
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The airman completed an intensive,
eight-weekprogramthatincluded train-
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Force core values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and skills.


principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic training
earn four credits toward an associate
in applied science degree through the
Community College of the Air Force.
He is the son of William and Sha-
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The airman is a 2007 graduate of
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. Haller
Airmen who complete basic training
earn four credits toward an associate
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Haller graduatedin2007 from Crest-
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Army Pfc. Travis H. Baez graduated
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The airman completed an intensive,
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chapter plans


May 21 meeting
Special to the News Bulletin
The Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) is
the only veterans' service organization comprised ex-
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in the Florida panhandle area and serves the counties
of Okaloosa and Walton
All combat wounded are invited to come out and
meet fellow Purple Heart veterans ranging from World
War II to the present on May 21 at the Niceville city
council chambers conference room at 208 N. Partin Dr,
across from the public library. You do not need to be a
member to attend.
Lifetime Membership is only $50. All you need to be-
come a member is bring a copy of the Purple Heart Cer-
tificate or DD-214 or a copy of the original orders.
The new MOPH Chapter# 811 is its being named
after a fallen hero, Sgt. Timothy Padgett from South
Walton County. Padgett's mother will be present, as
will multiple elected officials from the area.
Commander Sam Houston will receive a plaque
naming the chapter after Padgett.
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L-3 from page B4


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and prevents it from locking on to
a target.
The system is deployed primar-
ily against shoulder-fired heat-
seeking or laser-guided missiles,
which are the weapon of choice by
Iraqi and Afghanistan insurgents.
The Crestview Aerospace


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kit. as well as spares to be used
at other sites.
The installations feature
33 possible combinations de-
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military aircraft
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works, and works extremely well.
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as this. Yet you have managed
to do this in record time, under
budget, and our war fighters ap-
preciate it. They trust the system
because they understand it, and


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works exceptionally well," said
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In his closing remarks Steiner
looked across the vast hanger at
his audience of invited guests,
colleagues, and co-workers and
said in a booming voice, "Get
ready to establish more records.
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Jennifer Heady
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We.all know how impor-
tant it is to be eco-friendly.
We reduce, reuse and
recycle. All over the U.S.,
people are adopting eco-
friendly practices that also
save them money.
We understand why
we want to conserve our
natural resources such as
energy and water, but do
our kids know?
More and more, kids
are staying indoors to play
video games, watch TV
and use computers. Yet -
research shows that con-
cern for the environment
is linked to the amount
of time spent in that en-
vironment. So before we
can begin teaching kids
eco-friendly practices, we.
have to give them the op-
portunity to spend time
enjoying the outdoors.
This is how kids will con-


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some quality time out-
doors:
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Camping
Bird Watching
Fishing,
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Once you get them
outside, enjoying the
environment, then we
can teach them some
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We don't have to be sci-
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Does prayer belong in
government?
Without question, in the
eyes of the 40-plus people
who attended a National
Day of Prayer ceremony
Thursday afternoon in'
front of Crestview's City
Hall.-
"It warms my heart
to, see this many of you
turn out because I do feel
in my heart that you are
praying for your elected
leaders, and your lead-
ers do need prayer," May-
or David Cadle told the
attendees.
Cadle spoke after an
opening message and
introduction by Brother
Raymond Williams of New
Beginnings Church.
Cadle told of hearing
an interview with a
federal official who
jokingly said "as a last
resort, we can pray" if
plans to help the nation's
faltering economy don't
succeed.
"He got it wrong,"
Cadle i said. "Prayer
shouldn't be a last re-
sort. It should be the first
thing."
Cadle then led the
group in prayer.
Prayer walks were
scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Thursday night at
multiple locations in Crest-
view.
According to the Na-
tional Day of Prayer Task
Force Web site, the Na-
tional Day of Prayer is an
annual observance held
on the first Thursday of
May, inviting people of all
faiths to pray for "the na-
tion. It was created in 1952
by a joint resolution of the
United States Congress
and signed into law by
President Harry S. Tru-
man.


WELCOME MESSAGE: Brother
Raymond Williams of
New Beginnings Church
welcomes the attendees
at the National Day
of Prayer ceremony
Thursday at City Hall.


2009 PRAYER
FOR NATION
Fatherin Heaven,
We lift our eyes toward
: Your Throne, where You reign
-in righteousness. '
Your Word assures us that
when Your people cry out in
sincerity and humility. You will
never turn a deaf ear to us.
S.e call upon You now,
seeking Your forgiveness and
-favor.
Look over this. fevered
landscape and heal us, Lord.
Drop knees to the floor
and raise eyes to the sky, for
we know where our help
comes from.
Unite these States again
'in devotion to You, and blur
every dividing lihe.
Do not give us over to our
,sins. Give us, instead, over to
passionate prayer that moves
Your heart.
"May Your unfailing love
rest upon us, 0 Lord, even as
,we put our hope in You."
In the Name of our Lord
and Savior, Jesus Christ
SAmen
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Associate of Arts Degree
High Honors
Crestview: Jennifer M. Bell,
Brigita Kaiser, Marlon Lyles,
Joanne Renee Smiley

Certificate High Honors:
Crestview: Thomas Allison,
Krystal Ranae Pursley

Educator Preparation
Institute High Honors
Crestview: Adrienne Balboni
Jackson, Jennifer Ann Stewart

Bachelor of Applied Science
Degree Honors
Crestview: Jenny Marie Case,
Peggy J. Jackson, Brenda Kay
Smith


NWF STATE COLLEGE GRADUATES


Northwest Florida State Col-
lege announced the Fall Term 2008
graduates. A total of 556 individuals
graduated from the college for the
fall semester. Spring term graduates
will be announced at a later date.
Students earning Highest Hon-
ors had a grade point average of
4.0. Students earning High Honors
had a grade point average of 3.8 to
3.99. Students earning Honors had a
grade point average of 3.5 to 3.79.

Associate of Arts Degree
Highest Honors
Crestview: Michael E. Manthey *

Certificate Highest
Honors
Baker: Elizabeth Irvine
Crestview: .Deanna Anderson,
Donald R. Howe Jr.

Applied Technology Diploma
Highest Honors,
Crestview: Susan J. Swiatek


Associate of Arts Degree
Honors
Crestview: Kristen Kendra An-
derson, Amber Renee Andrews, Je-
sica Lee Darr, Sonia Eve Lambert,
Evan Lee, Regine Nichole Lopez,
Christine M. Parks, Christie Ann
Payne, Jennifer June Saner

Associate of Applied Science
Degree Honors
Baker: Sheryl McGlothlin
Crestview: June M. Crockett,
James Allen Hallford, Jeffrey Alan
Hartman, Peggy J. Jackson, Shan-
na Jones, Evan Lee, Brenda Kay
Smith

Certificates Honors
Baker: Elizabeth Irvine, Bonnie
C. Bodine
Crestview: Marianne Behr,
Tonya Demetrice Bell, Christopher
Jacob Crawford, Krystal Ranae
Pursley, Matthew Self
Laurel Hill: Era Dunn, John Co-
rey Windham


is, Jeri Michelle Faircloth, Michael
Jon Fedonczak, Chase 0 Fountain,
Jesse Garza, Amber Gilpatrick,
Slade Harrison, Elizabeth Mercedes
Havard, Lula Mae Henley, Tani-
sha Holland, Elizabeth Lee Jones,
Kathleen Belinda Kaminer, Chris-
tie Linville, Nikki Cherie Lishefski,
Tara Long, Melissa M. Matern, Jes-
sica Erin Murdock, James Hender-
son Pattullo, Lorin Scott, Thomas
Simms, Heather Nichole Speegle,
Kimberly Theresa Thomas, Tara
Trigg
Holt: Helen Symonette
Laurel Hill: Tara Leann
McLaney

Associate of Applied Science
Degree:.
Crestview: Tonya J. Allen,
Ronald L. Bailey, Marianne Behr,
Jenny Marie Case, Casey R.
Kessinger Hall, Kimberly Knudsen,
Christina. Lemieux, John P Mays,
Krystal R. Pursley, Bruce Tims, Ben
White
Laurel Hill: Francesca Nicole
Sedivy

Associate of Science Degree
Crestview: Saundra Jean
Bartlett, Kristina Breffitt, Rebecca
Drake, Lisa Renee Fender, Terri
King, Tara Trigg

Certificate
Baker: Katie L. Barnhill, Eliza-
beth Renea Rhodes
Crestview: Tonya Demetrice
Bell, Jocelyn L. Hancock, Jamie
M. Henry, David A. Henry, Luz
Karine Herrera, Amanda Joy Hill,
Sydney Erin Johnson, Mitchell
Landis, Cheryl L. Lawrence,
Christina Lemieux, Kizzie Felicia
Martin, Michael Brian McCallum,
Caraly Ivette Miranda, Nichole
Marie Parrish, William Malcolm
Quinley Jr., Dustan Rice, Alexis
Lee Ripley,. Willard M. ,Rogers,
Judith A. Smith, Charles Thomas
Weibel
Holt: Timothy M. Mace

Educator Preparation
Institute


Crestview:
McKinnie


Carolyn Faye


Educator Preparation
Institute Honors:
Crestview: Tiffany Chandler

Bachelor of Applied Science
Degree
Crestview: Casey R. Hall, Marina
Hobson, Daniel Reece Johnson,
William Malcolm Quinley Jr.
Laurel Hill: Francesca Nicole
Sedivy

Associate of Arts Degree
Baker: Audra Lee Helms, Ken-
neth Kilcrease, Kristen Leann Law-
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LIBRARY SUMMER PROGRAMS


Summer Reading Challenge
Earn a funny money dollar for every
day that you read at least 15 minutes,
beginning June 11 and ending July 20!
You can earn $40 by reading every day!
Then, you can spend your hard-earned
cash at the Fumny Money Store at the
Summer Finale at 7 p.m. July 28! The
minimum age for this program is 6
years old. Registration is June 10 in
front of the Story Room. Reading Logs
must be signed by a parent or guard-
ian and be turned in by July 23 at the
front desk Reading Certificates will be
awarded at the Summer Finale.

Family Library Time
Family Library Time is designed
for elementary and middle school
students and their families.
The June 18 program is Didgeri-
doo Down Under Australian mu-
sic, environmentalism, culture, art,
character building, and edutainment
at 7 p.m. at the Crestview Community
Center.
The July 28 program is the
Summer Finale reader awards,
reader's theater performance and
Funny Money Store at 7 p.m. at
the Crestview Community Center.
The Aug. 11 program is Instru-
ment Petting Zoo See, touch,
hear, play, create and eat a variety of
instruments at 7 p.m.
Please visit the library for more
details as the events draw near.


Lap Sit
Join us at 10:15 a.m. on the
Tuesday in the Story Room for
stories, songs and finger-plays!
Sign-in begins when the library
doors open at 10 a.m.
Please be on time if possible!
Lap Sit is designed for children
under the age of 3 and their care-
giver. Older children are always
welcome!
Planned programs are:
June 9 Foxes
June 16 I Love Daddy!
June 23 Happy Birthday,
America!
July 7 Wildlife
SJuly 14 Simply Silly
July 21 Frogs & Turtles

Story Time
Children ages 3 and up will
meet at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesdays
and Thursdays for stories, songs,
and finger-plays in the Meeting
Room. Younger siblings are wel-
come if accompanied by an adult.
You may stay with your child or
drop your child off, depending on
your child's comfort and behavior.
If your child gets louder than the
storyteller, please take them out
until they are calm enough to listen
and participate. After the program,
you and your child may do a simple
craft together.
Planned programs are:


June 10-11 I've Got Rhythm
June. 17-18 I Love You, Dad!
June 24-25 Free Play
July 1-2 Happy Birthday,
America!
July 8-9 Now You See It
- July 15-16 Ham It Up!
July 22-23 Dance & Move

Reader's Theater
Children ages 9 and up will
select, practice and perform a
reader's theater from around the
world each month! Make a puppet
to help you read your lines! Meet
Mrs. Becky for rehearsals in the
Meeting Room on Tuesday morn-,
ings at 10:15 a.m. (simultaneous
with Lap Sit). Rehearsals will last
around an hour. Performances will
be at 7 p.m.
If your child is 8 years old and
interested in the Reader's The-
ater, please speak to Mrs. Becky.
Exceptions might be made. This
program is for kids only, but you
are welcome to visit once and get
a feel for the program. After that,
please drop your child off and enjoy
the library!
June 30 performance: 10:15 a.m.
rehearsals June 9, 16, 23; 7 p.m.
performance June 30
July 28 performance: 10:15 a.m.
rehearsals July 7, 14, 21, 28; 7 p.m.
performance July 28 at the Sum-
mer Finale


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
Fee, Fi, Fo, Rim! To
Story Time you must come!
Today and tomorrow we will
have stories about the very,
very small and the very,
very tall for children 3 and
up. Sign-in between 10:00
and 10:15 a.m. so you'll be
all settled when the stories
begin! Next week, on May
20, join Ms. Audrey and Ms.
.Sengdara for "Reflections of
ME." (Notice: It's Wednes-
day only next week).
If you are 12 or older,
play Wii 2-4 p.m. Friday!

FAMILY TIME
It's uncategorical! A fuel-
burning oracle! Afantasma-
gorical machine! It's more
than spectacular! To use a
vernacular, it's wizard! It's
smashing! It's keen!
It's Chitty Chit-
ty Bang Bang,
the Family Library Time
program for May.
To see pictures and
video clips of the film car,
listen to the original book
and learn about the origi-
nal racecar, come to the
Crestview Robert L. F
Sikes Public Library at 7
p.m. May 19. Registration
is not required for this free
event, but you are welcome
to sign up in the youth area
for a courtesy reminder
call or e-mail. Family Li-


brary Time is designed for
families with elementary
and middle school children.
Details: Heather at 682-4432

STAFF PICK
"Chitty Chitty Bang
Bang" by Ian Fleming
"The Water Horse"
by Dick King-Smith (J Pbk
Kin). Rooted in one of the
most enduring and intrigu-
ing legends of our time, "The
Water Horse" begins with
an enchanted egg, and what
hatches from that egg will
set in motion an unforget-
table journey of a lifetime.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Jean,
Lise, Sandra, Anna, Marie,
Sengdara, Tracey, Janice,
Audrey, Sharon or Heather
will be happy to assist you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Com-
merce Dr. (behind the Post
Office)
By phone: 682-4432
On the Web: www.cityof-
crestview.org/library.htm

QUOTE
"Keep in mind that
many people have died
for their beliefs; it's actu-
ally quite common. The
real courage is in living
and suffering for what
you believe." As quoted
by Brom in Christopher
Paolini's "Eragon."


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Effective Communication
Skills in their Dining Area
at 2 p.m. Thursday.
This in-service is open
to the public: Nurses will
receive 1.2 contact hours
and Social Workers will
receive 1.0 contact hours.
For more information
contact Susie Chestnut at
850-689-0300 or 850-259-
3001.
FREE SENIOR
BINGO: The Ladies
Auxiliary of Knights of
Columbus will host bingo
Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
at the group hall, 701
U.S. Highway 90 East
in Crestview. Lunch is
provided. Please call 689-
2487 or 682-9695 to make
reservations.
CRESTVIEW'S
RELAYFORLIFE:willbe
held. Friday and Saturday
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.
SOBRIETY
CHECKPOINT
ANNOUNCEMENT: Fort


Department Alpha Platoon
personnel and those from
other divisions will be.
conducting a Roadside
Sobriety Checkpoint on
Friday starting at 10 p.m.
on State Road 30 (U.S.
Highway 98/Miracle Strip
Parkway) just west of
Saint Mary Avenue. .The
goals of the checkpoint
are to detect and arrest
impaired drivers. The
delay for motorists will be
minimal.
BAKER ARENA
EVENTS: The following
activities are planned at
the Baker Arena at 5503
U.S. Highway 4.
,* Friday, Saturday
and' Sunday Florida
Panhandler Australian
Shepherd Dog Show
Details at www.
okaloosafl.com.
F I R S T
PRESBYTERIAN
YARD SALE: To support
its youth group's efforts
to raise, funds for their
summer retreat, the First
Presbyterian Church of
Crestview is holding a
huge yard sale, come rain
or come shine, Saturday
morning, from 7 to 11 a.m.
Included will be a bake
sale of tempting goodies.
Items for sale are from
Pampered Chef, Home
Interiors and Princess
House.
There will also be a
large assortment of books,
magazines, furniture,
and household wares she
added.
The sale benefits the
youth group's summer
retreat to Montreat, a
Presbyterian camp in


Carolina.
Call the church for more
information or to donate
lovingly-used items, 682-
2835.
KOFCFUNDRAISER:
On Saturday, Crestview's
Knights of Columbus will
host their monthly Charity
Fundraiser Dinner from
4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the
Knights Hall on U.S.
Highway 90.
Dinner offerings are
spaghetti and meatballs
or the monthly special
- cottage pie made with
meat, various vegetables,
and layered with mashed
potatoes.
. Both meals include
salad and drinks. Take-
outs are also available.
Cost-is $7 for'adults,
$5 for pre-teens, and pre-
schoolers free.
.MAGNOLIA
BAPTIST CHURCH
HOMECOM ING:
Magnolia Baptist
Church at 3198 Highway
602 in Laurel Hill will
celebrate 120 years with
Homecoming on Sunday.
Music will begin, at 10
a:m. with Jason Self from
Dothan, Ala. He is lead
singer with the Gospel
Messangers.
Self will lead the 11 a.m.
morning worship music.
The Rev. Mark McClard
from Crestview will be the
speaker.
There will be food and
fellowship at noon. Pastor
Danny Starling invites
everyone to come help the
church celebrate.
There will be no
afternoon or evening
worship.


Bob or Betty Utz at 652-
2900.
FREE SUMMER
CAMP: Shoal River
Learning Center at 5190 S.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview
is providing a free Summer
Camp (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) for
eligible 4 and 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.
FREE QUIT
SMOKING CLASSES:
will be held Mondays, May
18 to June 22 at 5:30 p.m. at
West Florida AHEC, 1455
S. Ferdon Boulevard. The
.free, six-week, evidence-
based ."Quit Smoking
Now" programs will be
conducted by certified
tobacco treatment
specialists. To register or
for details call 398-6965
or 1 (877) 678-6766 or visit
www.ahectobacco.com. -
JOB FAIR: The Air
Force Armament Museum
Foundation (AFAMF) will
host at job fair May 19 at
the Air Force Armament
Museum (AFAM) at 100
Museum Drive, Eglin AFB.
The job fair will start at 5
pAn. and run until 8 p.m. A
seminar "How to Apply for
Federal Civil Service" will
be presented at 5:15 and
6:30. There is no charge
to attend the job fair or
seminar. All job seekers
are encouraged to attend.
Many defense
contractors and local
employers will be available
at this first job fair event
held at the museum.
Museum exhibits and
displays will remain
open as job seekers visit


Workforce Development
Board of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties is
partnering in this. event,
providing operational and
administrative support to
conduct the job fair and
direct assistance to job
seekers.
EMANCIPATION
PROCLAMATION DAY:
The Carver Hill Memorial
& Historical Society will
celebrate Emancipation
Proclamation Day May 20
at New Life Missionary
Baptist Church at 285
Duggan Ave. in Crestview.
The program begins at
5 p.m. with a "State of
the Union" message. A
worship service led by Dr.
Otis B. Head, pastor of Mt.
Calvary Christian Church
in Tuskegee, Ala., will be
held at 7 p.m.
For more information,
contact the Rev. Sanford
H: Hayes at 850-621-4187
or Mr. Samuel Allen at
850-682-3494.
MILITARY
APPRECIATION DAY:
Military Appreciation
Recognition Day is May
23 at 11 a.m. at the Old
Spanish -Trail Park. The
main program will start at
about noon.
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


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
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on the
group's upcoming events.
May 16, 8 a.m.
Volunteers needed for trail
maintenance on Yellow
River Ravine. Details:
(850) 983-2557; 8:30 a.m.
float trip down Shoal River.
Details: 682-6098.
May 17, 6:30 am.
short, 'brisk walk before
breakfast. Details: (850)
995-4267.

ONGOING
SENIOR CENTER
MUSIC AND MORE: The
Crestview Senior Activity
Center at Old Spanish
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.
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Legal # 100583
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 09-CP-350
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PEARL BARTA MILIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Pearl
Barta Milin, deceased,
whose date of death
was 'November 19,
2008, is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
101 James Lee Blvd
East, Crestview, FL
32536. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representatives attor-
ney are set forth below.
'All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
"30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICEO NM TH-IM


PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE
,ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 6, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Tracy 0. Strom
Attorney for John J.
Milin
Florida Bar No.
0907420
204 Buck-Drive NE
Fort Walton Beach,
Florida 32548
Telephone (850)
243-5451
Fax: 850 244-9554
Personal Representa-
tive:
John J. Milin
599 Albany Street
Little Falls, New York
13365
05/06/09
05/13/09

Legal # 100585
OKALOOSA ISLAND
LEASEHOLD CON-
VERSION REQUEST.
FOR BIDS ON HOLI-
DAY ISLE/
OKALOOSA ISLAND
PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN That The Board
of County Commission-
ers Of Okaloosa
County, Florida, will
open sealed Bids on
the 21st day of May,
2009, 10:00 a.m.,
Room 204, 302 N. Wil-
son Street, Okaloosa
County Courthouse Ex-
tension, Crestview,
Florida, From:


thne source for your r "L"U 1-." ".. O.D. Dickerson, Jr.
community news. All other creditors of andwife Annette H.
the decedent and other Unit 30ckers of GulfShore
persons having claims Condominium, a con-
Sor demands againstominium according to
decedent's estate must the Declaration of on-
file their claims-with this omiaratin ro n
crestview bulletin om court WITHIN 3 dominium recorded ino
MONTHS AFTER THE 1094 P Official Records Book 1015 t
DATE OF THE FIRST 1094, 'Page 1015 t
seq., of the Public Rec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida, (The
Declaration) including
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other provi-
sions of said Declare-
mtion.


John P. Jordan and
wife, Kay S. Jordan
Unit 304 of GulfShore
Condominium,a condo-
minium according to
the Declaration of Con-
dominium recorded in
Official Records Book
1094, Page 1015 et
seq., of the Public Rec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida.(The
Declaration) including
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other provi-
sion of said Declara-
tion.
M. Richard Cohen and
wife Suzanne S. Co-
hen
Unit 401, of GulfShore
Condominium, a -con-
dominium according to
the Declaration of Con-
dominium recorded in
Official Records Bopk
Book 1094, Page 1015
et seq., of the Public
Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida. (The'
Declaration) including
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other provi-
sions of said Declara-
tion.
Thomas Brad Bishop
and wife, Anne W.
Bishop
Unit 402, of GulfShore
Condominium, a con-
dominium according to
the Declaration of Con-
dominium recorded in
Official Records Book
1094, Page 1015 et
seq., of the Public Rec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida. (The
Declaration) including
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other provi-
sions of said Declara-
tion.

Kandance Kelly
Mcdaniel
Unit 403, of GulfShore
Condominium accord-
ing to the Declaration
of Condominium re-
corded in Official Rec-
ords Book 1094, Page
1015 et seq., of the
public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida. (The Declaration)
including as an appur-
tenance thereto, Re-
strictions, Terms and
other provisions of said
Declaration.
Stephen Derby Dis-
clair and wife, Claire
Picheloup Gisclair
Unjt 603, of GulfShore
Condominium, a con-
dominium according to
the Declaration of Con-
dominium recorded in
Official Records Book
1094, Page 1015 et
seq., of the Public Fec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida. (The
Declaration) including'
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,


Terms and other provi- IUM THEREOF RE- SELF STORAGE 1501
sions of said Declara- CORDED IN OFFICIAL E. JAMES LEE BLVD .,
tion. RECORDS BOOK CRESTVIEW, FLA, AT
2659, PAGE 2893 AS 10:00 A.M., May 22,
Bid Forms may be pro- AMENDED FROM TIME 2009 UNLESS
cured from Signet Land TO TIME OF THE PUB- CHARGES ARE PAID
Title and Escrow, Inc. .LIC RECORDS OF IN FULL BEFORE THE
4980 S. Ferdon Blvd., OKALOOSA COUNTY, TIME OF SALE.
Crestview, FL 32536. FLORIDA
Unit # A201
The board reserves the a/k/a 113 BROOKS ST Kenneth William
.right to reject and and SE #2 FORT WALTON
all proposals and to BEACH, FL 32548 5/6/09
waive minor irregulari-. 5/13/09
ties I the the proposals has been filed against .__
submitted. you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy Legal # 100598
OKALOOSA COUNTY of your written de-
BOARD OF COUNTY senses, if any, to it, on IN THE CIRCUIT
COMMISSIONERS Galina Boytchev, Attor- COURT OF THE
ney for Plaintiff, whose FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
BY: James Campbell, address is 2901 Stirling CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
Chairman. Road, Suite 300. Fort AND FOR OKALOOSA
Lauderdale, Florida COUNTY, FLORIDA
05/13/09 33312 either on or be- PROBATE DIVISION
05/20/09 fore June .15, 2009; and CASE NO. 09-CP-348
file the original with the
SClerk of this Court ei- IN RE: ESTATE OF
their before service on JONATHAN B O'BRIEN
Legal # 100590 Plaintiff's attorney or Deceased.
immediately thereafter;
IN THE CIRCUIT otherwise a default will NOTICE TO CREDI-
COURT OF THE be entered against you TORS
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- for the relief demanded
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN in the complaint. The ancillary adminis-
AND FOR OKALOOSA tration of the estate if
COUNTY CASE NO. WITNESS my hand and JONATHAN B.
09-CA-769-S the seal of this Court O'BRIEN, deceased,
this 29 day of April, whose date of death
SUNTRUST BANK, 2009 was January 1, 2009,
Plaintiff, K OF TH CIRand whose Social Se-
CLERK OF THE CIR- curity Number is'N/A is
vs: CUIT COURT pending in the Circuit
BY: Anuita Cantrall Court for Okaloosa
CARL L. MOSACK, et. DEPUTY CLERK County, Florida, Pro-
a bate Division, the ad-
Defendants. A copy of this Notice of. dress of which is RO.
Action, Complaint and Box 1359, 101 James
NOTICE OF ACTION Lis Pendens were sent Lee Boulevard, East,
to the defendants, and Crestview, Florida
TO: CARL L. MOSACK address named above. 32536. The names and
Whose residence is:
4508 E, INDEPEND- In accordance with the addresses of heal rnci-
ENCE BLVD #207, Americans with Disabil- sentative and the ancil-
CHARLOTTE, NC, cities Act, person need- lary personal
28205 ing a reasonable ac- representative's 'attor-
and who is/ are evad- commodation topartic ney are set forth below.
and who is/ are evad- ipate in this proceeding .
ing service of process should, no later than All creditors of the de-
and the unknown de- seven (70 days prior cedent and other per-
fendants(s) CARL L. contact the Clerk of the sons having claims or
MOSOCK who may be Court's disability coor- demands against
souses, heirs, devi- dinator at 8506517497, decedent's estate on
sees, grantees, assign- 1250 N EGLIN PKWY, whom a copy of this
ees, lienors, creditors, SUITE A114, notice is required to be
trustees, and all parties SHALIMAR FL, 32579. served must file their
claiming on interest by, if hearing impaired, claims with this court
through, under or contact (TDD) WITHIN THE LATER
against the Defend- 8009558771 via Florida OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
ant(s), who are not' Relay System. THE TIME OF THE
known to be dead or FIRST PUBLICATION
alive, and all parties This is an attempt to OF THIS NOTICE OR
having or claiming to collect a debt. Any in- 30 DAYS AFTER THE
have and right, title or formation obtained DATE OF SERVICE OF
interest ,in the property will be used for that A COPY OF THIS 'NO-
described in the mort- purpose. TICE ON THEM.
gage being foreclosed
herein. 05/06/09 All other creditors of
YOU ARE HEREBY 05/13/09 the decedent and other
NOTIFIED that an ac- persons having claims
tion to foreclose a or demands against
mortgage on the fo- Legal # 100591 decedent's estate must
Sl i ngp file their claims with this.
lowing property: NOTICE OF SALE court WITHIN 3
CONDOMINIUM UNIT FOR STORAGE MONTHS AFTER THE
202, INDIANOLA ON DATE OF THE FIRST
THE WATER, TO- HOUSEHOLD GOODS PUBLICATION OF
GETHER WITH AN UN- BELONGING TO THE THIS NOTICE.
DIVIDED INTEREST IN PARTIES NAMED BE-
THE 'COMMON ELE- LOW AND LISTED BY ALL CLAIMS NOT
SMENTS, ACCORDING UNIT NUMBER WILL FILED WITHIN THE
TO THE DECLARA- BE SOLD AT PUBLIC TIME PERIODS SET
TION OF CONDOMIN- SALE BY AMERICAN FORTH 'IN SECTION


733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is May 13, 2009.
BEN HOLLEY
RO. BOX 1238
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-2336
Attorney for Ancillary
Personal Representa-
tive
FLA BAR # 0036838
JILL A O'BRIEN
455 Teel Road
Andalusia, Alabama
36421
Ancillary Personal
Representative
05/13/09
05/20/09


Legal #i100600
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-005427
vs.
DIVISION:
THOMAS H.
SANTAMOOR, et al,
Defendant(s).


AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO:
THOMAS H.
SANTAMOOR
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5116 3rd
Avenue
CRESTVIEW, FL
32539

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

SYLVIA J.
SANTAMOOR
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5116 3rd
Avenue
CRESTVIEW, FL
32539

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,


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THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES


32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT


MAY CLAIM AN IN- In accordance with
TEREST AS SPOUSE, the Americans with Dis-
HEIRS, DEVISEES, abilities Act, persons
GRANTEES, OR with disabilities need-
OTHER CLAIMANTS ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
LAST KNOWN AD- this proceeding should
DRESS: UNKNOWN contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
CURRENT ADDRESS: Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
UNKNOWN k 32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
YOU ARE NOTI- 05/13/09
FIED that an action to 05/20/09
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop- -
erty in OKALOOSA LEGAL # 120212
County, Florida:.
LOTS 40 IN THE CIRCUIT
THROUGH 44, BLOCK COURT OF THE
2, SOUTH HOLLEY FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
GROVE SUBDIVI- CUIT
SION, ACCORDING IN AND FOR
TO THE PLAT OKALOOSA COUNTY,
THEREOF, AS RE- FLORIDA
CORDED IN PLAT CIVIL ACTION
BOOK 2, PAGE 184, CASE NO:
OF THE PUBLIC REC- 46-2008-CA-1735S
ORDS OF OKALOOSA FILE NO: F08023283
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A CHASE HOME FI-
MOBILE HOME LO- NANCE LLC,
CATED THEREON AS Plaintiff
A PERMANENT FIX- '
TURE AND APPURTE-
NANCE THERETO; vs
PLUS VIN'S
SBHGA1080601559A
A N D CHRISTY PALANJIAN
SBHGA1080601559B A/K/A CHRISTY V.
PALANJIAN, et al,
has been filed against Defendant(s).
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy NOTICE OF RE-
of your written de- SCHEDULED FORE-
fenses, if any, on or CLOSURE SALE
before June 22, 2009,
on Florida Default Law NOTICE IS HEREBY
Group, RL., Plaintiff's GIVEN pursuant to an
attorney, whose ad- Order Rescheduling
dress is 9119 Corpo- Foreclosure Sale dated
rate Lake Drive, Suite April 28, 2009 and en-
300, Tampa, Florida tered in Case NO.
33634, and file'the orig- 46-2008-CA-1735 S of
final with this Court ei- the Circuit Court of the
other before service on FIRST Judicial Circuit
Plaintiff's attorney or in and for OKALOOSA
immediately thereafter; County, Florida
otherwise a default will wherein CHASE HOME
be entered against you FINANCE LLC, is the
for the relief demanded Plaintiff and CHRISTY
in the Complaint or pe- PALANJIAN A/K/A
tition. CHRISTY V.
This notice shall be P A L A N J I A N ;
published once each JPMORGAN CHASE
week for two consecu- BANK N A .; UNITED
tive weeks in the Crest- STATES OF AMERICA;
view News Bulletin. are the Defendants, I
WITNESS my hand will sell to the highest
and, the seal of this and best bidder for
Court on this 6 day of cash at IN FRONT OF
May, 2009. CLERK'S FRONT


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-FHA-R-khart-
maier-F08082214
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act,' persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,


DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 3 day of June,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 28, BLOCK 21,
10TH ADDITION TO
ELLIOTTS POINT, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 110.
SAID PLAT COR-
RECTED BY INSTRU-
MENT RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 109, PAGES
123-125, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 129 FERRY
ROAD, FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 325480000
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,


other than the property. CHARLES V. DAVIS, III
owner as of the date et al,
of the Lis Pendens Defendant(s).
must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the NOTICE OF ACTION
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND TO:
and the seal of this ANDREA D. WELLS
Court on April 29, 2009. LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 1003 Quail
Don W. Howard Hollow Drive
Clerk of the Circuit Mary Esther, FI 32569
Court
CURRENT ADDRESS:
By:Vickie Jackson UNKNOWN
Deputy Clerk
ANY AND ALL UN-
Florida Default Law KNOWN PARTIES
Group, RL. CLAIMING BY,
RO. Box 25018 THROUGH, UNDER,
Tampa, Florida AND AGAINST THE
33622-5018 HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
IMPORTANT ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
In accordance with the KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Americans with Disa- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
abilities Act, persons SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
with disabilities need- TIES MAY CLAIM AN
ing special accommo- INTEREST AS
dation to participate in SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
this proceeding should VISEES, GRANTEES,
,contact Court Adminis- OR OTHER CLAIM-
tration at 101 James ANTS
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL, LAST KNOWN AD-
32536-3515; telephone DRESS:, UNKNOWN
number (850)
689-5000, Extension CURRENT ADDRESS:
7497, prior to the pro- UNKNOWN
ceeding. or Shalimar -
(850) 651-7497 YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
IMPORTANT close a mortgage on
In accordance with the the following property
Americans with Disa- in OKALOOSA County,
abilities Act, persons Florida:
with disabilities need- LOT 2, BLOCK B,
ing special accommo- QUAIL RUN, AC-
dation to participate in CORDING TO THE
this proceeding should PLAT THEREOF, AS
contact Court Adminis- RECORDED IN PLAT
traction at 1250 N. Eglin BOOK 8, PAGES 47
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, AND 48, OF THE PUB-
32579; telephone num- LIC RECORDS .OF
ber (850) 651-7497, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
prior,to the proceeding. FLORIDA
has been filed against
5/6/2009 you and you are re-
5/13/2009 quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
LEGAL #100601 before June 5, 2009,
on Florida Default Law
NOTICE OF AUCTION Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
Pursuant to Section dress is 9119 Corpo-
713.75. Florida Stat- rate Lake Drive, Suite
utes, there will be a 300, Tampa, Florida
public auction May 29, 33634, and file the orig-
2009 at 10:00 A.M. for final with this Court el-
the following described their before service on
the following describedPlaintiffs attorney or
vehicles, immediately thereafter;
1993 Nissan NX 2000 otherwise a default will
Vin # be entered against you
JN1GB36CPU200351 for the relief demanded
JN1 GB36CPU20031 in the Complaint or pe-
The auction vill be held tuition.
at 1210 S. Ferdon This notice shall be
Blvd., Crestview, Fla published once each
32536. Precision Tune week for two consecu-
Auto Care has the right tive weeks in the Crest-
to turn down any end view News Bulletin.
all down any anWITNESS my hand and
all bids. the seal of this Court
05/13/2009 on this 21 day of April;
2009.
LEGAL#120211 eDon W. Howard
LEGAL#120211' Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
IN THE CIRCUIT As Deputy Clerk
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Florida Default Law
CUIT Group, PRL.
IN AND FOR RO. Box 25018
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Tampa, Florida
FLORIDA 33622-5018
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO:' IMPORTANT
46-2009-CA-000869 In accordance with the
FILE NO:F09014239 Americans with: Disa-
bilities Act, persons
US BANK NATIONAL with disabilities need-
ASSOCIATION, AS ing special accommo-
TRUSTEE FOR nation to participate in
STRUCTURED ASSET this proceeding should
SECURITIES CORPO- contact Court Adminis-
RATION TRUST tration at 101 James
2006-WF2, Lee Boulevard East,
Plaintiff, Crestview, -FL,
32536-3515; telephone
vs: number (850)


689-5000, Extension 33634, and file the orig-
7497, prior to the pro- final with this Court ei-
ceeding. or. Shalimar their before service on
(850) 651-7497 Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
IMPORTANT otherwise a default will
In accordance with the be entered against you
Americans with Disa- for the relief demanded
abilities Act, persons in the Complaint or pe-
with disabilities need- tuition.
ing special accommo- This notice shall be
dation to participate in published once each
this proceeding should week for two consecu-
contact Court Adminis- tive weeks in the Crest-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin view News Bulletin.
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, WITNESS my hand
32579; telephone num- and the seal of this
ber (850) 651-7497, Court on this 5 day of
prior to the proceeding. May, 2009.
5/6/2009 Don W. Howard
5/13/2009 Clerk of the Court
By:Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
LEGAL#120218 Florida Default Law
IN THE CIRCUIT Group, RL.
IN THE CIRCUIT P.O. Box 25018
COURT OF THE Tampa, Florida
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 33622-5018
IN AND FOR IMPORTANT
OKALOOSA COUNTY, In accordance with the
FLORIDA Americans with Disa-
CIVIL ACTION CASE abilities Act, persons
NO:46-2009-CA- with disabilities need-
001098 FILE ing special accommo-
SNO:F09018415 nation to participate in
W S FARGO BAN, this proceeding should
WELLS FARGO BANK, contact Court Adminis-
NA, tration at 101 James
Plaintiff, Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
vs.. 32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
LONNY RHODES et 689-5000, Extension
al Defendants) 7497, prior to the- pro-,
Defendant(s). ceeding. or Shalimar
NOTICE OF ACTION (850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
TO:NYHD n accordance with the
LONNY T RHODESN Americans with Disa-
LAST KNOWN AD- abilities Act, parsons
STRESSET 216 PINE with disabilities need-
FORT WALTON ng special accommo-
F 2 WALTON354 nation to participate in
BEACH, FL 32548 this proceeding should
CURRENT ADDRESS: contact Court Adminis-
CURRENADRS: tration at 1250 N. Eglin
UNKNOWN Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
A A.ND. ALL 32579; telephone num-
ANY AND ALL UN- ber (850) 651-7497,
KNOWN PARTIES prior to the proceeding. '
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, 05/13/2009
AND AGAINST THE 05/20/2009
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER "6 _.
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Florida: than $4 per newspaper.
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DIVISION, ACCORD- details or visit:
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BOOK 2, AT PAGE 92,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 110 |
has been filed against Single white male 70
you and you are re- 5'8" 170lbs. Looking for
quired to serve a copy a slender white lady
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before June 19, 2009 Just need a good
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Group, PL., .Plaintiff's things together. Please
attorney, whose ad- write RLB PO. Box
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rate Lake Drive, Suite 32536, or call (850)
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Justice Center 2071
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FL. Property 1516
Southbay Dr. Osprey
FL. Minimum Bid
$264,000.
www.irsauctions.com
or contact Sharon W.
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IRS Public Auction -
May 28th 10am. Loca-
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75th Ave Plantation FL.
3bd 2ba with Garage
and Pool More Details
at:
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contact Sharon W. Sul-
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8am-Till?, 3205 Auburn
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fishtanks, horse tack,
tools.
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turn left on shoffner
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New cleaning supplies,
tons of baby & toddler
toys, Infants & adult
brand new clothing, nik
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Thurs. Fri. & Sat,
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$495. mo + $400. dd.
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TH, $700 .mo, $725 dd.
No smoke/pets. Near
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Fenced Backyard $795
mo+$700dd. 689-1285
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5948 Meadow Lane 3/2/1
Brick house w/fireplace.
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* 226 Runnymeade Dr,
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2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 4644 Bobolink Way
2 br, 2 be, $625
* 6119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5 be, $775
* 575 Pine Ave
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 104 Corwin St
2. br, 2.5 ba, $795
* 5292 Opportunity Dr
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 651 Panama Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $895
* 2405 Mill Run Dr,
3 br, 2 ba;$995
* 6458 Moonlight Ln
3 br, 2 ba; $995
0 179 Conquest Ave,
3 br, 2 be; $1050
0 211 Raptor Dr,
4 br, 2 be; $1200
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
Commercial
* 593 James Lee Blvd,
1600sf, $1200


140 0160
Rent to own 0 Down
No bank needed. 3/2/1. For all land owners.
With large fenced yard .Nr TflOfI Your land or family
and shed. Totally up- land. All Credit O.K.
graded and insures as 850-682-3344
a 2003 home. Call 850 Bank Owned Prop-
243-2172 or Buy erties Free Lists Get your share of the
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keep your home Destiny West, Homes of Crestview for
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Beautiful 2 story New Govern-
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd, meant Financing
2.5 bth on Paradise met P a ng
6160 Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- Program!
borhood pool, tennis, On all 3 or 4 Bed-
Roommate to share Built in 2005. $820,000. rooms! Rates as low as
3br, 2ba, brick house Call 830-3287 for show- 4.75%. No Credit or
$450/mo includes all ing. Agents welcome. Bad Credit OK! Call
utils & cable. Call .Clayton Homes of Cre-
689-8978 stview 850-683-0758




C t me buy house for invest-
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homes for rent. No pets____________
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2bd 1 ba $500mo.+dd, 8100 Antique & Collectibles
ref. 499-7412 or 8110 Cars
& r499-7412 or Free List of. private, 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
537-8528 large acreage land 8130-Trucks
holdings being liqui- 8140-Vans
dated by Timber Co. 8150-Commercial
w www.timberland 8160-Motorcycles
/ liquidators.com 8170 Auto Parts
S___________ & Accessories
L c8210 Boats
S 3 Lake Access 4.5+ AC 8220 Personal Watercraft
only $54,900. Beautiful 8230- Sailboats
oaks, great location, 8240 Boat & Marine
*e * ready to build. Owner Supplies
financing. Call Owner 8245- Boat Slips & Docks
(866)352-2249 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
7100 Homes 8330 Campers & Trailers
7105- Open Houses Lake Lot Deedbackl 8340 Motorhomes
7110 Beach Home/ 3.3 AC- $18,200 Free
Property Boat Slips! (was
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7140 Farms & Ranches for balance owed! 8110 I
7150 Lots and Acreage Hardwood lot. w/
7160- Mobile Homes deeded, access to pri- Acura Integra 96 $650!
7170- Waterfront vate lake, pavilion & Honda Civic 96 $500!
7180- Investment free boat slips. Country Toyota Camry 97 $7001
Property rd frontage, utilities, Ford Taurus 98 $500!
7190-Out-of-Town warranty deed. Excel- Police Impounds! For
-Real Estate lent financing. Must listings call
7200 Timeshare see, call now (800)366-9813 ext 9275
M (888)792-5253, x2288 -li I nds-590
______________'_____ Police Impounds! 97
Bargai! 13 Honda Accord $500!
| 71.00 | Lakefront Bargain! 135 96 Honda Civic $500!
Acres (was $269,900) for listings call
Now Only $179,900. (800)366-9813 ext 9271
A GREAT Nicely wooded with
S dockable deep water-
D E Lt front on Warrior Lake.
Perfect for outdoor rec-
reation/ hunting/ fish- 8120
602 Mooney ing. Convenient access
Rd. FWB 1-20. Excellent financ- 2000 Nissan Xterra
ing.K Call now $2800. Call 398-5751
Kenwood (800)564-5092, x1492 --


Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 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 in
LR w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
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