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Ann Spann
Crestxiew News Bulletin

The Laurel Hill School Garden
Club knows how to throw a party.
The'club held a "Garden Party"
honoring Dr. Mabel Jean Morrison
this past Friday in the school's Envi-
ronmental Learning Lab. The event
reflected all of the elegance and style
of the honoree.
"I don't think it could have been a
more gorgeous day to celebrate her
life achievements and what she's
done for Laurel Hill School," said
Laurel Hill Principal Susan Lowrey-
Sexton.
Sexton declared it "Dr. Mabel
Jean Morrison Day" at Laurel Hill
School. Many of Morrison's friends
and former colleagues were invited
to help her celebrate the dedication
of a rose garden containing 18 of her
favorite Knock Out Rose bushes.
The day was set aside to honor Dr.
Morrison as.an alunma, retired Oka-
loosa Couity administrator, neigh-
bor. mentor and constant and faithful
supporter of Laurel Hill School. ac-
cording to Sexton.
"Dr. Morrison is known for mar-
See MORRISON A7


HANDS ON THE HILL
What started as a butterfly
garden called "Hands on.the Hill"
in 1996 has grown into a beautiful
environmental learning lab at Laurel
Hill School..
"Students paid a dollar to make
their handprint in the wet cement
surrounding the garden, which
paid for the cement, and we did the-
labor," explained science teacher
Joan Mitchell. '
A Garden Club was formed
Students assumed duties of
planting, watering, and weeding
the butterfly plot under the
direction of Mitchell and Mildred
Strickland, an English teacher al
Laurel Hill.
Several grants over the
years, including a 21st Century
and Three Rivers Grant, have
allowed for the expansion of
vegetable gardens. A recent $2,000
grant received from Lowe's took
the project a huge step forward,

See HANDS A7


PHOTOS ANN SPANN I Ltrestnew Net:s Bulkchn
FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT: (Top) Dr.
Mabel Jean Morrison was presented
a banquet of roses on behalf of
Superintendent of Schools Alexis
Tibberts, who could not attend
Friday's ceremony, and a basket
of homegrown vegetables from the
sixth grade Garden Club.


A HUG FROM THE PRINCIPAL: Dr.
Mabel Jean Morrison gets a hug
from Laurel Hill Principal Susan
Lowrey-Sexton during a garden
party held in Morrison's honor.


Traditions new and old fill weekend calendar


Crestview News Bulletin
Two traditional late-May events
in Crestview the Carver-Hill
May Day Festival and Museum
Day, and the community Memorial
Day observance are joined this
weekend with a new area tradition
- the Military Appreciation Rec-
ognition Celebration.

Military Appreciation
Recognition Celebration
The second Military Appre-
.ciation Recognition Celebration
is Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Park. The main
program will start at about noon.-
Bring your lawn chairs.
The event is a community-wide


celebration with free displays, mu-
sic, rides, games and food to dem-
onstrate the community's thanks
to military members and their
families for the sacrifices they en-
dured to keep our nation safe.
The Richbourg Middle School
Jazz Band and 98th United States
Ceremonial Band will provide en-
tertainment starting at 11 a.m.
The welcoming ceremony will
include a Coast Guard fly-by and
an introduction of the families of
fallen soldiers.
The Baker JROTC will be con-
ducting a blood drive starting at
9:30 a.m. If the group can collect 50
units of blood, the battalion com-
mander, Stephani E. Tucker, will
receive a $1,000 scholarship from
Northwest Florida Blood Services.
Photo ID is required. All donors


will receive a free t-shirt.
Planning for the 2010 program
will start as soon as the 2009 pro-
gram concludes.

May Day
Carver-Hill May Day Festival
and Museum Day events start
with a golf tournament starting at
8 a.m. Friday at Foxwood Country
Club.
The May Day parade is Satur-
day; parade (9 a.m. lineup, 10 a.m.
parade), with ceremonies to follow
at about 11:30 a.m. in Allen Park.
The festivities conclude with a
gospel concert at Macedonia Bap-
tist Church at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Memorial Day observance
Disabled American Veterans


Auxiliary (DAVA), Crestview Unit
#57, Inc., will conduct a Memorial
Day Observance at Liveoak Park
Memorial Cemetery in Crestview
on May 25 at 10 a.m. U.S. Air Force
veteran Johnathon J. McDaniel
will be the guest speaker.
The public is invited and en-
couraged to attend this service
to remember and honor all the
service personnel who have given
their lives for our freedom.
All local veteran and civic or-
ganizations and individuals are
invited to place a wreath at the
memorial in the cemetery during
the service. Please contact Mer-
allyn McDonald at 682-3666 if you
or your organization would like to
take part in the program.
Flags will be placed on all vet-
erans' graves at May 23 at 7 a.m.


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McCoy faces death
penalty after Coca-
Cola killing
State prosecutors will.
seek the death penalty for
the man accused of killing a
Baker man at a Northwest
Florida State College cam-
pus last month.
Thomas Ford McCoy, 42,
of Laurel Hill, was indicted,
this week for first-degree
premeditated murder with a
"firearm. State Attorney.Bill
Eddins announced Thurs-
day that his office will seek
the death penalty.
Assistant State Attorney
Bobby Elmore said McCoy's
arraignment is scheduled
for June 23. A tentative trial
date has been set for Sept.
14, but Elmore said that
date likely will change.
McCoy is accused of kill-
ing former co-worker Curtis
Brown, 38, of Baker, on April
10 at NWF State College's
Chautauqua Center. in De-
Funiak Springs. Brown
worked for the Coca-Cola
Bottling Co. in Valparaiso
and was at the Chautauqua


Center repairing a vending
machine when he was shot
twice in the chest:
McCoy was arrested
about two weeks after the
shooting outside of a Tampa
hotel. He was shot twice by
United States marshals af-
ter he pulled a handgun on
lawmen who were trying
to arrest him. His wounds
were not life threatening.
Investigators found a
fully loaded automatic rifle,
loaded handguns and sev-
eral rounds of ammunition
in his hotel room.
McCoy, .previously had
worked with Brown at the
Coca-Cola plant in Valpara-
iso, but he quit two to three
years ago to start his own
company, Cold Drink Inc.
Dusty Ricketts I Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Okaloosa tests come
back negative for
swine flu
Okaloosa County is now
believed to be swine flu-
free.
The Florida Department


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of Health in the past week Aerospace:
has identified two individu- "As a result of the impact
als, a 28-year-old man and '.the economic downturn has
a 26-year-old woman, as 'had on the global aerospace
being qs being the first two industry, L-3's Crestview
probable cases of the highly business is reducing its
contagious H1N1 swine flu workforce by approximately
virus in Okaloosa County. 28 employees at its Crest-
The Centers for Disease view, Florida facility. The
Control and Prevention was manufacturing employees
able to quickly rule out the have been offered severance
woman as having traditional packages and outplacement
seasonal flu. Test results for assistance."
the man took much longer L-3 Crestview Aero-
to process. space' is subsidiary of L-3
Dr. Karen Chapman, di- Integrated Systems. It is a
rector of Okaloosa County provider of aircraft modi-
Health Department, con- fiction and aerostructure
firmed Thursday morning fabrication and assembly.
that the 28-year-old man's Kyle Wright / Crest-
test results had come back view News Bulletin
negative for swine flu.
-Dusty Ricketts / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers Morris expected to


L-3 Crestview
Aerospace cuts
28 positions
L-3 Platform Integration
Public Relations Manager
Lance Martin provided this
statement regarding work-
force cuts at L-3 Crestview


change his plea
Suspended Okaloosa
County Sheriff Charlie Mor-
ris was scheduled to appear
in federal court Tuesday to
offer a plea to the charges
he faces.
His former administra-
tive director, Teresa Adams,
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of her own, according to her
attorney.
A document filed in U.S.
District Court in Pensacola
on Friday announces Mor-
ris will appear before Judge
Lacey Collier at 11:30 a.m.
for a "rearraignment and
plea."
Morris and Adams had
pleaded not guilty at their
arraignments April 27.
On Feb. 27, Morris was
arrested in Las Vegas and
Adams was arrested at the
Sheriff's Office headquar-
ters in Shalimar on a federal
complaint alleging theft,
fraud and money launder-
ing.
A five-count indictment
was handed down April 23.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Hughes to explain
spending
With increased scrutiny
on how he spends his mon-
ey, Okaloosa County Tax
Collector Chris Hughes has
scheduled a series of bud-
get presentations to walk
residents through his Fiscal
Year 2010 budget.
"For the first time in
many years, some people
seem to have a higher inter-
est in the budget process,"
Hughes wrote in an e-mail.
"I decided to take the lead
and be the first and so far,
only constitutional officer, to
ever hold public budget pre-
sentation meetings across
the county."
Hughes has been under'
scrutiny in recent months
for the bonuses more
$1 million in the last five
years he's handed out to
some employees. He's also
come under fire for his of-
fice spending more than
$182,000 on travel since Oc-
tober, 2005.
He announced in March
that he had stopped award-
ing bonuses..
Each presentation is ex-
pected to last about 40 min-
utes.
The presentations are
scheduled for:.
Thursday, 10 a.m.,
Crestview City Hall.
Thursday, 2 p.m., Lau-
rel Hill City Hall.
May 26, 6:30 p.m., Em-
erald Coast Conference
Center.
May 27, 6 p.m., Nicev-
ille Council Chambers.
S-- Dusty Ricketts / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Expect utilities
work today around
Interstate 10
Weather permitting, to-
day at around 10 a.m., crews
from Gulf Power will relo-
cate utilities across Inter-
state 10, west of the Antioch


overpass near Crestview,
according to a Florida De-
partment of Transportation
press release. The mainte-
nance of traffic will include
a rolling block. Advance
warning signs will be posted
on both east and westbound
lanes of 1-10. Florida High-
way Patrol (FHP) officers
will begin the rolling block-
ade 2.3 miles in each direc-
tion from the work area,
pacing traffic to a minimum
of 40 mph. The aerial cross-
ing is estimated to take
about two minutes.
Crestview News
Bulletin

Suspect: Gun 'is
my problem'
A Crestview woman
faces improper exhibition of
a dangerous weapon (fire-
arm) and aggravated as-
sault with a deadly weapon
(vehicle) charges as a result
of an incident April 24 in the
Wal-Mart parking lot.
The suspect, Jill Shaw-
neessee Kunkle, 38, of
Crestview, is accused of
brandishing a weapon at a
DeFuniak Springs couple
in the Wal-Mart parking lot
and running over the hus-
band's shoe, according to
aCrestview Police Depart-
ment report.
The confrontation began
after Kunkle allegedly blew
her horn and made obscene
gestures at the couple when
they, were trying to turn
from State Road 85 into
Wal-Mart. The report states
"Kunkle begins her rage at
(the couple) again" when
they walked past her vehi-
cle in the parking lot. When
the husband asked Kunkle
what her problem was, the
report states, Kunkle re-
plied, "'This is my problem'
and (brandished) a wood
grip with silver metal semi-
automatic."
The husband went to
the rear of the vehicle to
obtain Kunkle's tag num-
ber and dial 911. The report
stats Kunkle saw this and
reversed out of the park-
ing space, bumping into the
husband.
The couple and a Wal-
Mart employee all told
police they saw a firearm.
None said the gun was
pointed at them.
Kunkle's home later was
searched. The guns found
there did not match the gun
described by witnesses at
Wal-Mart. Kunkle told po-
lice she had "words" with
the couple, but denied bran-
dishing a gun or attempting
to back over the husband.
Footage from Wal-Mart
security cameras *showed
the incident, but a firearm.
was. not visible due to glare
on the vehicle's windows.
Kyle Wright / Crest-
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ARTS CALENDAR


BRIAN HUGE
DESTINY: The early '80s pop hit "It's Raining Men" was a crowd pleaser for the all-women's group Destiny.


Virtuosity hits t

Chor r d "Tell My Father" from' the mu-
ChO sU S en s sical "The Civil War," adding a
school ye haunting underscore to a'beau-
.year tiful song.
n a high Great solo performances
on1 a Igl 11te were turned in by Edgar Acev-
edo, Jeremy Mitchell and Kody
Review by Brian Hughes Lusk on the jaunty "Ballad of the
Arts & Entertainment Editor Cross-Eyed Sailor,"
If it took the Women's Choir a
You've scored a bunch of "su- little longer to get into place, they
periors" in regional and state could be forgiven. They outnum-
competition and produced three ber the guys almost four to one.
of the state's eight student con- Thewomenimmediatelytack-
ductors. You've already been to led "Hotaru Koi," a lovely Japa-
Disney World, so what do you do nese ballad about "The Lodvely
now? Pirate." It was a fun number.
If you're a member of the More lilting and even more lovely
Crestview JHigh School chorus, was "When I Think of You."
you take part in a spring concert Some of the men joined some
so impressive it's packed with of the women in the Chorale en-
30 enjoyable tunes ranging the semble, which demonstrated its
gamut from traditional ballads versatility by singing in Latin on
to Broadway hits and pop stan- "Gloria," and its range on the
dards. French."Dirait-on."
To make it even more mem- Contrasting with the perky
orable, you sing 'em in seven and fun American folk song
languages, toss in a bit of chore- "Ching-a-Ring-Chaw" was the
ography and top it off with a few beautiful, uplifting "You Raise
props. Me Up."
The May 12 concert opened Its lyric, '"You raise me up to
with the Men's Choir, which, more'than I can be," might well
though down to 22 members, describe the skill and discipline
performed several very enjoy- choral director Kevin Lusk in-
able pieces. "Viva la Quince stills in his kids, qualities that
Brigada" was particularly fun, consistently have produced supe-
augmented by the guys' hand- rior grades in competitions and
clap and foot-stomp percussion. accolades from their audiences.
Violinist Grace Jeon accom- Accompanist Leon Curenton
panied them on the touching took a break while the Singers


he stage at CHS-


ensemble sang two numbers
a capella. The lyrical "Wana
Baraka," a number performed
in Swahili, soon had the group
swaying in rhythm as the soar-
ing lyrics were bantered about
between the various voices.
The chorus' many seniors
were introduced during the in-
terval, during which the Senior
Choral Award recipient, elected
by his peers, was announced.
The winner, Jeremy Mitchell,
was a clear favorite.
Judah DeGraaf, the show
choirs' accompanist, took over
the piano for the second half of
the concert, which began with a
performance by the.all-female
Destiny.
Highlights from the Kander
and Ebb Broadway snmash "Chi-
cago" kicked off their set, includ-
ing the sultry "All That Jazz" and
fun "Razzle Dazzle." T'Keyah
Foreman offered a pleasing solo
on "I'm Not That Girl."
However, it was the Weath-
ergirls' 1982 hit, "It's Raining
Men," that really allowed Des-
tiny to let loose. Twirling red-
and-white umbrellas, you could
tell the girls had a blast with a
number. So did the audience.
It set the stage for Chanti-
cleer, the final group of the eve-
ning, and the chorus' premiere
show choir.
Forrest Jenkins, the star of
the drama program's recent


musical "Footloose," soloed in
"Dancing Through Life," an ap-
propriate tune considering the
plotline of the spring musical.
"You Are the Music in Me"
featured a pleasing solo by the
talented Heather Hoyos. The
"Finale B (No Day but Today)"
was a very pretty piece empha-
sizing the group's skill.
Then the guys flung off their
tuxedo coats and starched shirts
and the gals climbed into bright-
ly colored dresses for the bouncy
"Ladies Choice," a great lead-in
for the highlights from the musi-
cal "Grease" that closed the par-
ticularly enjoyable evening.
Audiences attending the
chorus' annual Christmas and
spring concerts are always as-
sured of an evening of virtuosity
and talent.
Lusk's 14 years at CHS have
been highlighted by consistently
excellent performances and
several legions of well-disci-
plined young men and women,
whose vocal talents and profes-
sionalism have been nurtured
and have blossomed under his
patient, steady direction.
I'll miss the seniors whose
work I have come to appreci-
ate, but I eagerly await their
replacements from the class of
2013 who will join the Crestview
High School chorus this fall and
carry on their tradition of choral
excellence.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Ballet Auditions
MAY 23 The Northwest Florida
Ballet will hold auditions Saturday
for talented students from through-
out the area seeking intensive pre-
professional training in dance and
performance.
Dancers ages 11 and up, will au-
dition for the NFB Trainee Program
from 9- 10:30 am. Dancers ages 13
and up will audition for the NFB
Company at 10:30 a.m.
NFB Company auditions will in-
clude pointe work. All female danc-
ers should wear a dark, solid color
leotard, pink tights and ballet slip-
pers and bring pointe shoes. Hair
should be arranged neatly in a bun
and no jewelry or warm-up clothes
will be permitted.
Male dancers should wear black
tights and white T-shirts and black
ballet shoes.
Both auditions will be held at the
NFB on Perry Avenue. There will
be an audition fee of $15. Please
call Sharon Allen for more informa-
tion at 850-664-7787.

Student Drama Workshop
JUNE 8-9 Creative Dramatics,
a summer workshop open to stu-
dents age 13 through college, will
be held at Northwest Florida State
College in Niceville.
Participants will learn about
choreography, acting, voice, make-
up and staging and will star in
a production of "Fiddler on the
Roof Jr." on July 9 at the Mattie
Kelly Fine and Performing Arts
Center.
Enrollment is open now through
May 29 at any NWF State College
location, including the Crestview
campus. No prior experience in
theater is required and eligible high
school and college students may
earn college credit.
High school students may be eli-
gible to take the Creative Dramat--
ics class through dual enrollment.
For more information, contact Mary
Lou Baker in the NWFSC Fine Arts
office at 850-729-5832.


SOUNDSATIONAL:
The Northwest
Florida State
College
Soundsations,
including north
Okaloosa
County natives,
took the packed'
Noirmoutier
theatre by storm
with its SRO
performance
last week at
Crestyiew's
sister city.


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Exclusive to the Crestview News Bulletin
The senior report-
.er at the newspaper in
Crestview's sister city filed
this review.
During the last few
days, another flag floated
over Crestview's sister-city
near the French Tricolor.
Red stripes, and stars in
'blue... But stars were not
only on this flag. This week,
they were on the stage at
the Salorges, Noirmouti-
er's theatre.
When the audience took
its seats in the theatre, for
some people, it was not
their first performance
of the NWF State College
"Soundsations." Newcom-
ers and experienced fans
shared multiple acco-
lades: "The Soundsations?
They're great! Tremen-
dous, fantastical, wonder-
ful, terrific..."
The Soundsations are
not a hot new rock band.


FRANCK FISCHBACH I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin



aud soir'


It's not the new name of.
George Clooney, either. But
tonight, the Soundsations
have a fan club.
Noirmoutier's theatre
is packed. The lights dim.
Silence.
Then, wearing red
dresses, American sirens
start to sing. The public
is under its charm, and
like Ulysses's compan-
ions, they can't resist. The
songs are from an Ameri-
can repertory, but for all,
though thousands of miles
separate the sister cities,
we have the same culture.
Tonight, Noirmoutier is an
American city.
It's our visitors' last per-
formance in France for this
year. It's 9.30 p.m. Already 30
minutes of great sensations,
or rather "soundsations"...
Songs are passing, with-
out a breal. Fpr the public,
there's no time to breathe.
The performance feels like
a better musical. Are Jer-
ome Robbins and Robert
Wise in the Salorges's hall?
They're not, but an Ameri-
can magic is running here.
The U.S.A. is so 'far away,
but Broadway is here to-
night.
Seats have been full for
performances this week
by the Soundsations and


the Madrigals. Adopted by
French people, the young
artists of Northwest Flor-
ida State College became
the darlings of the north-
west Vendee (the, county
in which Noirmoutier
is located). Tomorrow's
stars in America are al-
ready the stars of today in
France. And when is the
next show? Let's say "ren-
dez-vous dans deux ans."
After their final per-
formance for 2009 (and
after a last party at the lo-
cal nightclub), the young
singers and musicians left
Noirmoutier yesterday for.
Italy before they return
home, healthy and happy
to reunite with their fami-
lies, but maybe a little sad
to leave their new neigh-
bors, new friends who will
come to Crestview in Oc-
tober.
During the visit, mem-
bers of Noirmoutier's
dance school will perform
at Northwest Florida State
College.
But for now, a magical
night in the Salorges is
over. As we left, between
conversations and puffs
on cigarettes, one lady
delivered the best mes-
sage to the Soundsations.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Baker scholarship winner among local student media honorees


Special to the News Bulletin

The Emerald Coast
Public Relations Organiza-
tion held its 20th Student
Public Relations and Me-
dia Competition (SPRMC)
Banquet April 30 at the Air
Force Enlisted Village's
Bob Hope Village Commu-
nity Center.
More than 200 middle
and high school students,
advisers and parents
from Okaloosa and Wal-
ton counties attended the
event. The guest speaker
was Betty Stevens, a vet-
eran newspaper reporter,
author and photographer.
The competition has
awarded thousands of dol-
lars in scholarships to local
students. This nationally
and,regionally award-win-
ning program recognizes
excellence in the fields of
print journalism, yearbook
publication, broadcast and
public relations.
The SPRMC was found-


ed by the members of the
Northwest Florida Press
Club and taken over by
ECPRO over five years
ago.' It is open to all mid-
dle and high schools with-
in Okaloosa and Walton
counties. The competition,
is made possible through
the Emerald Coast Public
Relations Foundation, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) nonprofit orga-
nization.
Brittany Laurel Farris
of Baker School, received
the Mark Stone Broad-
cast Award and a $500
scholarship. Mark Stone
was a local, journalist who
graduated from Niceville
High School and attended
Boston University. He re-
turned home and worked
in radio until his untimely
death of cancer at a young
age. The Northwest Flori-
da Press Club established
this scholarship award in
his name to be given each
year to the one high school
broadcast journalist who


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ond Place, Shelly Camp-
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School; Third Place, Bran-
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Chenoa Powell and Josh-
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Sticha, Sarah Wolfe and
Shauna Widmaier, David-
son Middle School; Third
Place, Brittany Chestnut,
Charity Barber and Jacob
Williams, Baker Middle
School.

High School
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News Program Sec-
ond Place, Hannah Webb,
Courtney Jones, Shelby
Schmidt, James Brunson
and Rob Evers, Baker
High School; Third Place,
Alexis Bell, Paige Dabney,
Paul Workman, Hannah
Webb -and Dustin Peters,
Baker High School
Feature Third Place,
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Jones, Tamara Bell, Shel-
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tany Farris, Danny Spicer,
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Public Service An-
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Evers, Chauncey Hensley
and William Bailey, Baker,
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Cover Third Place,
Panther Pride Staff, Da-
vidson Middle School
1 Layout and Design -
Third Place Kersten Lind-
berg, Richbourg Middle
School ,
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Place, Jennah Portillo,
Davidson Middle School
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ond Place Kersten Lind-
berg, Richbourg Middle
School; Third Place Jenni-
fer Giambrone, Richbourg
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Theme First Place,
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Arzaga, Ariel Murph and
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from parents


Okaloosa County
School District

Schools in Okaloosa
County continue to receive
high marks from parents,
according to the annual
survey of schools conduct-
ed by The Haas Research
Center of the University of
West Florida.
The number of par-
ticipants in the survey
dropped this year, but
with 19 percent of parents
responding, it was still
a 'much higher rate than.
commercial surveys typi-
cally receive, according to
the Haas Center report.
"On every key perfor-
mance measure, the vast
majority of families ex-
pressing an opinion feel
that the faculty, staff, and
principal of their child's
school are doing the right
things," the report noted.
The 5,848 responses were
well distributed geograph-
ically and across grade
levels.
"These are strong posi-


tive results. Parents are
happy with almost every-
thing the school district
does," commented dis-
trict curriculump specialist
Steve McLaughlin, who
coordinated the research
with the Haas Center.
"We're going to continue
to work at it."
Over 90 percent of the
survey participants across
the district agreed with the
following statements:
My child and I know
what is expected of him/
her when it comes to con-
duct and behavior at school
- 99 percent
My child's school em-
phasizes academic perfor-
mance as the number one
priority 94 percent
My child's school
maintains safe environ-
ment 94 percent
As a parent, I feel wel-
come at my child's school
- 94 percent
I am satisfied that my
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Schools


CSI ANTIOCH


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


SCENE OF
THE CRIME:
Logan
Pittman,
Erin Davis,
Mikayla
Hodge and
Tommy
Escobia,
fifth grade
students
at Antioch
Elementary,
investigate
the scene
of the
"crime" in
room 607.
Science
teachers
Ms.
Wimsatt
and Mrs.
Brackett
assisted
students in
collecting .
evidence
and solving
the crime
using
scientific
techniques
learned
throughout
the year.


SWEET REWARD: These voracious readers at Antioch Elementary School read the entire collection of
Sunshine State Young Readers Award books, There were rewarded for their efforts with an ice cream
social, trophies and a trench ball game supervised by Alice Clark. Front row: Courtney Furniss, Erin
Philpott, Abby Philpott, Sean Maine, Zachary Fox and. Kristin Lewis. Middle row: Nerlande St. Vil,
Christina Kennedy, Emily Francis, Caitlin Via, Brenden Mears, Brendan Cheney and Jaylah Lawson.
Top row: Christina Riffle, Andrew Mincey, Dalyn Turner, Alexander Coleman, C J Philpott, Alexis
Porter and Thomas Anchor.


SCHOOL from page A4


job educating my child 93 per-
cent
The staff at my child's school
put children's interests first 92
percent
My child's school is well-main-
tained 92 percent
While the Okaloosa County School
District achieves very high levels of
satisfaction overall, areas still exist
in which good performance can be
improved upon. Between 80 percent
and 89 percent of parents marked
"strongly agree" oi "slightly agree"
on the following quality measure-
ments.
The school provides me with a
variety of methods for communica-
tion on a regular basis 89 percent


My child's homework assign-
ments are meaningful 89 percent
When my child needs extra help
from a teacher, the teacher makes
herself/himself available 86 per-
cent
Parent 'input is valued at my
child's school 85 percent
My child's school treats every-
one fairly, regardless of race, eco-
nomic status, or other relationships
- 85 percent
The amount of time required for
my child's homework assignments is
appropriate 85 percent
'* Our principal is the right edu-
cational leader to meet the needs of
our students 82 percent
The item which received favor-


able responses below 80 percent
were:
As a parent, I am informed
about the type of questions on FCAT
and the skills required to be success-
ful -79 percent
Overall, parents of elementary
school children responded the most
favorably to all of the survey ques-
tions. Parents of middle school stu-
dents followed, and parents of high
school students expressed the low-
est levels of satisfaction.
Read the full report, including
school-by-school breakdowns, at
http://www.okaloosaschools.com/
OkaloosaSchools/absolutenm/tem-
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Jean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Public Library

The State Library and
Archives of Florida has
partnered with The Florida
Governor's Mansion foun-
dation, Inc., to provide the
states public libraries with
copies of "First Families
in Residence: Life at the
Florida Governor's Man-
sion."
This beautiful book writ-
ten by Ellen J. Uguccioni is
available at the library. The
book chronicles the history
of the residence and the
11 families who lived there
from 1956 to 2006. Borrow
it and display it on your
coffee table for a couple of
weeks you and your friends
will enjoy reading it and
the pictures are great.
Special Story Time
programs "Me, Myself, &
I," will be offered May 20,
May 27 and June 3. Stories
and crafts for children ages
3 years and older will be
presented in the meeting


room at 10:15 a.m.
The May 20 program
for "ME" is "Reflections of
ME." The May 27 program
for "MYSELF" is "Design
Myself." On June 3, Iden-
tity kit and finger printing
will be provided by the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment.
Mark your calendars.
You and your children will
not want to miss these spe-
cial programs.

Programs
Friday at 4 p.m. join
us for Nintendo Wii. Ages
12-18 are welcome. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the Wii,
activities will only be avail-
able to teens. We have a
new game! Come see what
it is.
The Summer Read-
ing Challenge begins
June 10. Youths 6 and up'
can register in front of the
Story Room. Reading logs
must be signed by a parent
or guardian and turned


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day for at least 15 minutes
between June 11 and July
20 and earn funny money
you can spend in our Funny
Money Store. What is funny
money? Where is the funny
money store? Come to
registration on June 10 and
find out ail the details.
There will be reading
programs for all ages this
summer. Check out our
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matiofi.
The First Tuesday
Lecture program on June
2 will be "Life on the West
Florida Frontier." Pensac-
ola Junior College profes-
sor Dr. Brian Rucker will
discuss what lifq was like
on the West Florida fron-
tier (1800-1880). His lecture
will include information on
how pioneer families made
a living, their language
and recreation, and the
violence that often ensued.
The program begins at
10:30 a.m. in our meeting
room. Refreshments will
be served.


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Walter Mosley (MYS Mos).
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brand new mystery series
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introduces a new character,
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CrestviewNews Bulletin


Florida A&M Univer-
sity, the city of Crestview
and the state all took a few
more steps toward the ul-
timate opening of a phar-
macy school in Crestview's
downtown historic Alatex
SBuilding.
A major step perhaps
more of a bound was the
successful completion of the
building's environmental inw
section.


'Had the building not
passed, the city would have
been responsible for ad-
dressing any problems be-,
fore the site could be trans-
ferred to the state. Con-
cerns could have included
factors such as hazardous
construction materials or
structural faults.
"I have heard that they
have completed all of their
research, and investiga-
tions," said Mayor David
Cadle. "They will prob-
ably be starting renovations


soon."
"I understand the envi-
ronmental survey was done
and everything was OK,"
confirmed state Sen. Du-
rell Peaden (R-Crestview)
on Friday. Sen. Peaden has
been instrumental in secur-
ing the funding to open the
Crestview campus.
"Yesterday the (FAMU)
lawyers called me about the
title and insurance and all
those things needed to do
the transfer," Peaden said.
"When they get that done,
they can start work
"They're on the move and
ready to go!" Peaden said.
The senator sees the
project as more than just an
educational opportunity for
the region.


"I think it'll be a vital part
of downtown Crestview,"
he said. "In all my time in
Crestview, I've never seen
the community come to-
gether to support something
so strongly
"This community is great
in their overwhelming sup-
port for education. I think
it will be great for revital-
izing downtown Crestview,"
Peaden said.
The next step, Mayor Ca-
die said, will be the transfer
of the property to FAMU be-.
fore renovations of the Ala-
tex Building, a former textile
factory, can commence.
"Of course, we still have
to sign the deed before any
of that can start," Cadle
said.


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Local


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
DEDICATION: Several members of the Laurel Hill School Garden Club are pictured
during dedication ceremonies of the Dr. Mabel Jean Morrison Rose Garden.


MORRISON from page A1


shelling resources. She's so
unselfish and makes all the
connections for our school
and community. She doesn't
feave a stone unturned,"
said Sexton.
Dr. Morrison began her
education at Laurel Hill
School when she was 7 and
graduated in the LHS Class
of 1944. She attended Flori-
da State University, obtain-
ing,her B.A., and continued
to work on her masters and
doctorate degrees in educa-
tion there. She took her first
job in Leon County Schools
in Tallahassee, where- she
spent 12 years teaching
fourth and fifth grades. Mor-
rison eventually became di-
rector of .elementary educa-
tion in Leon County.
She returned home to
Okaloosa County in 1973 to
accept the position as di-
rector of instruction in the
Okaloosa School District.
Morrison was promoted to
assistant superintendent for
curriculum and instruction"
in 1987. She retired from
her full time job in 1993, but
continued working across
the state as a consultant.
Several of Dr. Morrison's
former colleagues and dis-
trict office staff members
stepped to the microphone
to pay tribute to a lady that
all referred to as their men-
tor.
"She made our county's
school district look good and
she never took credit. She
is such a highly motivating
person and my life has been
blessed by having her as a
mentor) and friend," said
Mary Gunter, former assis-
tant superintendent for cur-


MEETING THE NEIGHBORS: Dr. Morrison'is greeted by
Laurel Hill native Miriam Arnold during festivities'
honoring Morrison at Laurel Hill School.


riculum and instruction
"She .has lead by exam-
ple throughout her career,"
added Janeane Williams,
former p-rincipal
Said. Marie Marshall,
secondary curriculum co-
ordinator: "Her leadership
style was somewhere be-
tween Donald Trump and
Mother Theresa, but her
motives were always for the
students, to make school a
better place,"
"She prepared me when
I didn't even know I was be-
ing prepared," former prin-
cipal Zella Tobin concluded.
Students from the sixth
grade class that make up
the Garden Club hosted
the party and presented
Dr. Morrison with a bas-


ket of fresh vegetables
grown in their gardens in
the school's environmen-
tal learning lab. Students
spoke.during the program,
served refreshments and
presented Morrison with
roses and a plaque com-
memorating the event.
They also proudly stood
with Dr. Morrison during
the dedication of her rose
garden,
"It's been an awesome
day. I've seen, so many
friends, and this plaque will
be the most cherished that
I've ever received," said Dr.
Morrison.

View more photos from
the ceremony at .www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


HANDS from page Al


resulting in an outdoor
classroom.
Mitchell, Strickland
and their sixth grade
class that currently makes
up the Garden Club are
credited for making the
project a reality, but they
are quick to point out the
help they had along -the
way.
The Lowe's grant
was used to purchase
lumber for a pergola and
benches in the learning
area. Volunteers from
Gulf Power provided
the labor during United
Way's Day of Sharing
and Caring. The group
was also responsible
for a power pole in the
learning area.
"They stayed overtime
on the day of sharing
and came back for a.
portion of the next day,"
said principal Susan /
Lowery-Sexton
Laurel Hill School's
volunteer of the year,
Joel Weekly, has also


contributed many hours
to the learning lab project
and the addition of the
Dr. Mabel Jean Morrison
Rose Garden.
"He has just stayed
with it," said Sexton of
Weekly's contribution.
. Weekly, a 1961
graduate of Laurel Hill,
School, was looking for.a
way to help.
"It has changed
my attitude about the
younger generation,"
laughed Weekly. "I
learned more than they
did," he said referring
to the two ninth grade
students, Matt Reed
and Andrew Smith,
who helped him erect
a platform and pour
concrete.
"I guided them and'
they did the work," he.,
said. "It's been a very
rewarding experience for
me."
The school's
agriculture class built
picnic tables for use


in shaded areas of the
learning lab.
The Garden Club
sponsors the annual
Laurel Hill Beauty
Pageant and uses the
proceeds to purchase
items such as seeds,
pesticides and mulch for
their gardens. Students
care for the plants.
Several entered the
regional science fair this
year with the vegetable
gardens they grow in the
lab.
The Environmental
Lab is available for
teachers to use in a
variety of lessons ranging
from performances and
reading to math and
science classes. The care
and naming of plants and
the metamorphoses of
butterflies are just a few
examples that Mitchell
has used in her science
class.
"This is our pride and
joy, our baby," Mitchell
said with a smile.


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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: OCSO deputy George "Randy" Joiner injured
in auto accident.
I have known the Joiners for severalyears. Please know
that my prayers and thoughts are with you. Big Randy will
make it. He is a strong man and is needed to keep "Junior"
in line.

Topic: Letter to the Editor offers a tongue-in-cheek
suggestion that automakers start installing turn signals
in vehicles, saying they must not install them now since
many people don't use them.
Excellent point. We might all start by acting like Ameri-
cans on our highways. Good start point would be to see
local law enforcement driving the speed limit and stopping
those who pass. Chief, check out your officers' driving hab-
its on 85. Do not exceed the speed limit, get in the left lane
if you are passing or turning left, and we all would be a lot
safer. Bring back mandatory drivers training.

Tobpic: Building that will house future Crestview Po-
lice Department headquarters named for former mayor
George Whitehurst.
I agree with Mr. Baugh. George is Crestview's number
one citizen.

So I drove down Bob Sikes Road past the Bob Sikes
Airport to get to the Bob Sikes Library which sports a big
oil painting of Bob Sikes: Um, sorry, what were you saying
about needing to name every chunk of public-owned prop-
erty after politicians?

For 24 years, George H. Whitehurst committed himself
to improving and helping the city of CrestvieW grow. His
achievements have been recognized by federal, state and
local officials. He advocated for increased public safety and
economic development to promote safety and deter crime.
He was at the forefront of instituting two police substations
and a police-fire sub-station. He lobbied for the high-rise
security lighting installation at Interstate 10 and State Road
85 and the development of an emergency transportation
corridor, consisting of a three-mile segment of roadway to
provide an alternate emergency evacuation route in times
of natural disaster. Under his leadership, a cemetery was
restored, a Veterans Memorial Park constructed, and the
foundation for the Crestview Library and Community Cen-
ter established. Mayor Whitehurst launched a downtown
revitalization effort, including new sidewalks, pedestrian
crosswalks, shade trees, increased parking, period street
lighting, and park benches. Crestview is better off because
of this man. The impact Mayor Whitehurst has made on the
city has left a lasting impression, and Crestview should be
grateful for his service.

I agree with the name for the auditorium (Warriors
Hall). But seriously, the name for the new PD, are you kid-
ding me? In what way shape form or fashion did Whitehurst
help in getting that building? Who cares that he has been
the mayor of Crestview (for 24 years). Does that really con-
stitute a building to be named after him? What happens if
Cadle is the mayor for 24 years?

Name's fine with me, as long as they don't try to change
the name of the town. Working on the review of the city
charter would be a bigger issue than the PD HQ to me.

I have to agree with Mrs. Parker. Seems we're so quick
to name every last bit of property after somebody. Mr.
Whitehurst was a great mayor and I appreciate his service,
but he had nothing to do with acquiring the Citi Church
building. Here's a thought. Since the Crestview taxpayer
footed the bill, why not callit The Crestview Municipal
Building?

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-
letin.com.

Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Do not judge what you do not
understand."
IAN FLEMING'
(1908 -.1964) ,
English journalist and author, creator of James Bond,
in "You Only Live Twice"

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PASSING SHOTS



You're wrong, Warren Buffett!


I really wanted to make a
splash in my college freshman
humanities class.
What better way, my 18-year-
old-self reasoned back in 1996,
than to challenge one of the great-
est thinkers in the history of west-
ern civilization.
I turned in an essay that
"proved" point-by-point how
Plato's philosophies were dead
wrong. The conclusion referred to
Plato as a "hypocrite."
The essay made a splash. I was
"invited" t6 write a new one.and to
strongly reconsider my point-by-
point analysis.
Point made.
Or not.
Flash forward to this month.
Since I couldn't take down
Plato, instead I'll pick a fight with
Warren Buffett, probably one of
the most brilliant financial minds
in the history of western civiliza-
tion.
Mr. Buffett issued a dismal
forecast on the future of newspa-
pers during an interview earlier
this month.
"For most newspapers in the
United States, we would not buy
them at any price," he was quoted
as saying when asked if he would
consider investing in newspapers.
."They have the possibility of going
to just unending losses." .
You're wrong, Warren Buffett!
To be fair, he's not completely
wrong. Newspapers probably
aren't a good idea, as a stock in-
vestment. Newspapers in of them-
selves can and do make money,


but profits at most
publicly traded
I I newspapers and
newspaper chains
aren't increas-
ing fast enough to
boost their stock
KYLE WRIGHT price.
(Two notes of
disclosure:
Freedom
Communications, Inc., the parent
company of the Crestview News
Bulletin, is not a publicly traded
company.
I previously worked two stints
in a publicly traded newspaper
company. Shares of stock in that
company were valued at about $80
in 2005. The same shares would
cost you about $5 now.)
Mr. Buffett was incorrect when
he went on to say newspapers no
longer are essential to the Ameri-
can public.
Now, the paper as in a
printed publication made of news-
print and ink might be losing
relevance in some places. Many
people do prefer to get their in-
formation via electronic means.
We're probably not far from a day
when many newspaper readers
have a portable newspaper-shaped
computer where the news gets
"beamed" on a regular basis,
The news, however, remains as
essential as ever.
More people than ever are
reading the information produced
by the Crestview News Bulletin.
Why can I say this? The Crest-
view News Bulletin print subscrip-


tion base has remained steady.
The number page views at the
www.crestviewbulletin.com Web
site has more than quintupled
since late 2007, with about 250,000
page views in each of the last two
months.
So news is still essential to the
American public in general and
the Crestview community in gen-
eral. The key is for the dissemina-
tors of news and information to
find a way to fill that role and still
remain viable as businesses.
Fortunately, Freedom Commu-
nications in general and the Crest-
view News Bulletin in particular
are proactive about finding ways
to do both.
Obviously I have a selfish inter-
est in proving Mr. Buffett wrong.
However, those of you who don't
work in the newspaper industry
also have a stake in me being
right.
We live in an age where infor-
mation can be conveyed in a mil-
lion different ways but someone
still has to be at the meetings,
events and contests to convey that
information.
There's a value to that.
I may have been wrong about
Plato.
For my sake and yours, I can't
afford to be wrong about Buffett. -

Kyle Wright is the News Bul-
letin Editor. Contact him at 682-
6524, or e-mail kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com. Visit the "Passing
Shots" blog at www.crestviewbul-
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Guest commentary 1FRANKIE SKANES


Do your part to help keep May Day alive


There's a special time
of year in Crestview
when Love brightens up
our way
A dream of Love,
peace and unity, creates
a harmonious and special
festive day
This day is designed to
inform us of our struggle
over the years
- And to remind ,us of
what our forefathers and
mothers went through


and all of their niany
tears
. May Day means a lot
to so many people far and.
near, they come to see
what's special going on
here
Mrs. Caroline Allen
and her husband stood
up for May Day, when no-
body else would stand .
To me they seemed to
be on a mission to build a
better foundation to keep


May Day on our own land
Mrs. Allen loved to see
the smiles on the, peo-
ple's faces, it enhanced
her love for May Day to
grow
She reached out to ev-
eryone to participate and
be informed of the things
we should know
Her newsletter of
all the events and their
dates was so special they
made it easier for May


Day to survive
She left a perfect pat-
tern for all of us to go by,
so let's do our part and
keep May Day Alive!
In loving memory
of Mrs.. Caroline Allen,
I dedicate this poem.
Thanks for the sense of
direction that she and
her husband gave me
(Knowledge is Power).

-Frankie Skanes


From May, 1939 ...
The state board of
health planned a clinic
to immunize children
from diphtheria if enough
parents were interested.
Parents with children
from the age of six
months to six years of
age were requested to
contact the county nurse,
Mrs. Buna Garrett, at her
office at the court house
in Crestview.
A fire destroyed the
brick building on the site
of the former Bank of
Baker, which .was owned
by Sam McCart. Living


quarters in the upper sto-
ry and the Kyser Garage.
in the lower story were
destroyed, with only tools
and equipment .saved.
Government fire trucks
summoned from Munson
arrived in time to prevent'
spread of flames to ad-
joining buildings.
The first shipments
of Okaloosa County's
famous blueberries went,
north during the week of
May 22, 1939. Denny Sul-
livan, owner of Sullivan-
Pecan Co., announced
that the local market
would open at 10 cents


per quart when the ber-
ries were delivered.to
one of their three offices
located at Crestview,
Laurel Hill and Holt.
Prices would later adjust
according to northern
markets and demand for
the crop.
Leron Rice, Crest-
view resident and
agent for the Gulf Life
Insurance Company for
Santa Rosa County, was
awarded a free trip to the
New York World's Fair as
an outstanding agent for
his company. According
to Rice, his family would
I


probably accompany him
on the trip, which would
be made by train.
From May, 1938...
Standard Oil Com-
pany purchased the
corner lot at Main Street
and Woodruff Avenue and
will construct a modern
$10,000 filling station
there. The concrete-
building on the site that
housed the Okaloosa
Messenger newspaper
office and print shop was
slated to be torn down
ana rebuilt on adjoining
property facing Main
Street. ,


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Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


ING


Crestview event raises more
than $131K for cancer research


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
It was a time- to cel-
ebrate. A time to remem-
ber. A time to fight back.
A local record of 40
teams took part in the
Crestview Relay For Life
this past weekend at Old
Spanish Trail Park.
The overnight event
Friday and Saturday was
an opportunity to cel-
ebrate survivorship, re-
member those who were
lost in the fight against
cancer and raise funds
to fight back against
the disease.
"How can you not be
inspired after hearing
these stories." local event
chair Robbin Moody said
during the opening cer-
emonies."
Moody said Monday
that the event raised
more than $131,000 for the


American Cancer Society
"A fabulous turnout,"
Moody said. "I can't begin
to estimate the number
of people, and .everyone
seemed to be having ,a
fabulous time.
"Thanks to our spon-
sors because 'without
them it would not have
bpen nearly as success-
ful, and thanks to our fab-
ulous steering committee
who made this event hap-
pen."
. Moody had special
thanks for team develop-
ment chair Loney Whitley,
"truly the heartbeat of the
Crestview relay."
The 2010 Crestview Re-
lay For Life will be in late
April. Moody said anyone
with ideas for the 2010 re-
lay or if you are interested
in serving on the steering
committee or signing up
a team. call 305-4607 or
e-mail rockinrobbin66,",,


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From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
FRIENDS OF
THE LIBRARY
INFORMATION:
Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
Bob Reed, YMCA board
member, will discuss the
organization's services.
The June 2 First
Tuesday lecture at 10:30
a.m. is on "The History of
Pensacola" by Cathy Hunt
of Troy University. The
July 1 presentation by Dr.
Brian Rucker. of PJC is
about "Life on the West
Florida Frontier."
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.
EMANCIPATION
PROCLAMATION DAY:
The Carver Hill Memorial
& Historical Society will
celebrate Emancipation
Proclamation Day today
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. .


KIDS ON CAMPUS
REGISTRATION:
Registration for the
popular "Kids on Campus"
summer enrichment
program at Northwest
Florida College begins
May 20 at the Niceville
Campus from 8 a.m. to
noon in Building K and
from noon to 4:30 p.m. in
Building C. Starting May
21, parents may register
youths entering grades
3 to 8 at all six NWFSC
locations for the program.
Registration is on-going
until the first session on a
space available basis.
The program offers two
sessions at the Niceville
campus; June 22 to July 2
and July 20 to 30. Classes
are held Monday through
Thursday. The course
list and registration
forms are available at
all area elementary and
middle schools, NWF
State College campuses
and centers, and on the
college web site www.
nwfstatecollege.edu.
Parents may choose
either half-day sessions,
from 9 a.m. to noon or
12:30 to 3:20 p.m., or full-
day sessions, 9 a.m. to 3:20
p.m. For an additional fee,
parents may also choose
extended day options that
begin at 7:30 a.m. and
end at 5 p.m. For more
information, call 729-6086.
MAY DAY: May Day
events start with a golf
tournament starting at 8
a.m. May 22 at Foxwood
Country Club.
The May Day parade
is May 23; parade (9 a.m.
lineup, 10 a.m. parade),
with ceremonies to follow


at about 11:30 a.m. in Allen
Park.
The festivities conclude
with a gospel concert at
Macedonia Baptist Church
at 3 p.m. May.24.
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.
BAKER" JROTC
BLOOD DRIVE: The
Baker JROTC will be
conducting a blood drive
starting at 9:30 a.m.
Saturday during the
Military Appreciation
Recognition Day at Old
Spanish Trail Park. If the
group can collect 50 units
of blood, the battalion
commander, Stephani
E. Tucker, will receive a
$1,000 scholarship from
Northwest Florida Blood
Services. Photo ID is
required. All donors will
receive a free t-shirt:
Planning for the 2010
program will start as
soon as.the 2009 program
concludes.
NIGHT GOLF AT
FOXWOOD: Foxwood
County Club will host a
Night Golf event Saturday.
Cost of $35 covers 18 holes
of golf plus dinner. The
event is open to the first 48
entrants. First nine holes
starts at 5 p.m. Dinner
will be served at 7 p.m.
Last nine holes starts at
8 p.m. For details contact
Foxwood Country Club at
682-2012.
CHESSHER FAMILY
REUNION: The 53rd
Chessher Family Reunion


will be held May 23 from,
3 p.m. until closing time
at the Baker Recreation
Center on State Road 4 in
Baker. Supper will start
at about 5 p.m. Attendees
are, asked to bring a
covered dish. A quilt
raffle will be held to pay
reunion expenses. Some
5x7 photos of Jesse Albert
Chessher Sr. and his sons
together are available for
$3 per photo. Orders are
being accepted for $10
apiece "for the Chessher
Family Cookbook.
MEMORIAL DAY
OBSERVANCE: Disabled
American Veterans
Auxiliary (DAVA),
Crestview Unit #57, Inc.,
will conduct a Memorial
Day Observance at
Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery in Crestview on
May 25 at 10 a.m. U.S. Air
Force veteran Johnathon
J. McDaniel will be the
guest speaker.
The public is invited
and encouraged to attend
this service to remember
and honor all the service
personnel who have
given their lives for our
freedom.'
All local veteran and
civic organizations and
individuals are invited
to place a wreath at the
memorial in the cemetery
during the service.
Please contact Merallyn
McDonald at 682-3666 if
you or your organization
would like to take part in
the program.
Flags will be placed
on all veterans' graves at
May 23 at 7 a.m.
STATE OF THE
COUNTY: The 10th


State of the County
report will be held May
30 at the Greater Fort
Walton Beach Chamber
of Commerce, 34 Miracle
Strip Pkwy. SE, from 10
a.m. to noon. School board
chair Chuck Kelley, Board
of County Commissioners
Chair Bill Roberts and
public defender James
Owens will speak' and
take part in a question-
and-answer session.
The event sponsor, the
League of Women Voters,
emphasizes, all are
welcome and reservations
are not required.
CAMP BRAVE
HEART: Emerald
Coast Hospice's Camp
Brave Heart at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville, is
designed for children ages
7-14 who have experienced
the loss of a loved one.
Dates are July 17 through
20. A prior affiliation with
Emerald Coast Hospice is
not a prerequisite.
While the emphasis is
on healing,, there is play
time as well. The children
will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities
such is 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. mehiorial 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


MAY 30 NEW HOPE
REUNION: Former
students of New Hope
School will gather May
30 at 10 a.m. at the New
Hope Volunteer Fire
Department at U.S.
Highway 2 and Geneva-
Westville Road in Holmes
County. A covered dish
lunch will be served at
noon. Bring food, tea, and
cold drinks. Paper goods,
spoons and forks will be
furnished.
The school closed in
1963, with thousands of
alumni now living in the
tri-state area.
Details: Posie
Vaughan, (850) 956-2502;
1463 Vaughan Dead
River Lane, Westville, FL
32464; Gordon Huggins,
(850) 956-2688, Highway
163, Westville; Pearl
Thompson (850) 956-
4537, 1284 Highway 163,
Westville.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on the
group's upcoming events.
Today, 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.
.Sunday, 6:30 am.
short, brisk walk before
breakfast. Details: (850)
995-4267.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591
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Reports from our SISTER CITY



New rescue boats for Noirmoutier


Christening triples
island's rescue fleet

Story & photos by Franck
Fischbach & Catherine Raimbaud
Le Courier Vend6en |I Special
to the Crestview News Bulletin

This article appeared
in Le Courrier Vendren,
the paper 6f record for the
province that includes
Crestview's sister city
of Noirmoutier' en l'ile,
France.

A lot of personalities
were on hand on the is-
land of Noirmoutier for the
blessing of two new rescue
boats that will augment the
island's sea rescue capa-
bilities.
The island's branch of
the SNSM (National So-
ciety of Sea Rescue), lo-
cated minutes away from


Crestview's sister city in
the northwest island town
of Herbaudinre, hosted the
blessing of two new patrol
and rescue vessels.
The Patron Pierre-
Boucheron, registered
SNS453, and L'Ane Her,
registered SNS600, will
help the Georges-Clem-
enceau II in its missions.
At the port, there were
large crowds to celebrate
this event. Pierrette
Boucheron, the daughter
of the first boat's patron,
sat among the dignitaries
for this solemn occasion in
memory of her father.
All SNSM units of the
Vendee province and other
departments, for a total of-
ten boats, were. here on
Noirmoutier for the chris-
tening.
Personalities who at-
tended the event included
Vendee Prefect Thierry
Lataste, who represents


the province at the national
level, and French TV com-
mentator Laurent Boyer,
the godfather of the boats.
"I have known Noir-
moutier for 50 years. I don't
have a boat myself; I use
other peoples' boats, but
I know how important are
our rescuers," said Boyer.
"Their service is invalu-
able. That's why I was im-
mediately pleased to attend
from Paris today specially
for this blessing."
The homily of the Rev.
,Louis-Marie Fillon, Noir-
moutier's priest, had the
attention of the public.
"This blessing is an op-
pprtunity to say praises
to God," said Father Fil-
Ion. "God himself had a
good crew: Peter, Andrew,
John..."
To the sounds of bugles
and drums, the dignitaries
took to sea for a ceremony
in honor of the service


DISTINGUISHED PASSENGERS: Dignitaries took a cruise aboard the Patron
Pierre-Boucheron, one of Noirmoutier's two new rescue boats, during christening.

dead. Symbolically, a buoy.
was laid in the sea in their
memory. The flotilla of HOME AUTO LIFE
boats made circles around
the buoy, before returning
to the port.
It was a day and occa-
sion that certainly will re-
main in the memories of
this community, which has
always held a close rela-
tionship with the sea. M .


Local students discover France


NWFSC group performs,
explores iri Noirmoutier
Ren6 Relandeau
Special to the Crestview News Bulletin

NOTE: Rend Relandeau, presi-
dent of the Noirmoutier -sister city
committee, sent this report on the
recent visit to Crestview's sister city
by members of the Northwest Florida
State College Madrigals and Sound-
sations singing groups.

Everything is going very well de-
*spite the rainy and cool weather. .. ..
Through Tuesday, students from
Crestview and Okaloosa County vis- GERARD
ited the island of Noirmoutier, dis- BIENVENUE!: Members of the Northw
covering its highlights and culture,' IENVENUE: Members of the orth
including'theseaside forest, beaches, and' Soundsations show choir are w
ports, salt production, and Le Gois, arrival in Noirmoutier.
the unique causeway that connects
the island with the continent.
Everyone was delighted to discov-
ei this wonderful island, and since .
their explorations, many have fallen
in love with Noirmoutier. --
Last Wednesday, we ate on the A
beach after catching oysters,, clams
and winkles on the rocks or sand. It
was a new experience for many of the
students. Some, including Montavius -
Diamond of Crestview, went fishing:
with nets for fish and crabs.
While on the beach, the students
gave a recital of songs. That evening
they sang in our church. It was won-
derfutl!
Thursday was a day off. Students
met to go to a piano bar fo make mu-
sic and sing, many with their host
families.
Friday, after a visit to the market,
was the Soundsation's rehearsal in
our Salorges theatre. WORKING FOR HIS DINNER: Montavius
Saturday morning was the official Diamond, c Crestview resident
reception for our guests by the rep-' and member of the NWFSC
resentatives of Noirmoutier, Ganach- Madrigals, prepares to try his
aud and Herbaudiere, all commpni- hand at net fishing for crabs and
ties on the island. The mayors and 'fish.
our senator were present.
During his welcome' address, Ribando sang. It was very beautiful
Noirmoutier's Mayor Noel Faucher and very addictive. Everyone ap-
officially announced his visit to Crest- plauded at the end of the service.
view in October during our journey The students'.performances were
,with our young people. a great success. (See accompanying
During Sunday morning's Mass at review of the Soundsations' perfor-
St. Philbert's church, Lois Van Dam mance on Page A3.) A lot of people
accompanied the ceremony on the attended. The Madrigals and Belle
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nest Florida State College Madrigals .,
welcomedd by their hosts upon their


people and the Soundsations show
choir packed the theatre with nearly
500 people. It was a huge success.
The Noirmoutrins were excited and
amazed by exceptional quality of the
students' performances.
The visit to Noirmoutier concluded
with an afternoon tour of the castle. In
the evening there was a piano concert.
The young people were amazed
by the hospitality of their host fami-
lies. These families are very happy to
receive these young people who dis-
play such kindness, appreciation and
dedication to the friendship between
our two communities.
Once again, Noirmoutrins will be
left with fond,memories of all of our
new friends from Florida. When they
departed yesterday morning, there
were many tears and sadness at the
thought of separating.
Many friendships were formed be-
tween our visitors and Noirmoutrins.
Now your students and teachers
know they have a new family, and a
home and new friends across the At-
lantic.
Some among us will have the op-
portunity to reunite in October when
we visit Crestview, but we also know
that in two years, in 2011, we will,
again have the great pleasure to ret
ceive the next'contingent of NWFSC
visitors again at. home.
We thank all these young Ameri-
cans who have brought to our island,
during these eight days a new breath


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 Council meeting 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 FIOR 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 39.13 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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Police BLOTTER


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
More interesting tales
culled from local law en-
forceinent arrest reports.

Naughty boy
A 24-year-old Crest-
view man earned an ar-
rest on battery (domestic
violence) charges.
When his mama inter-
rupted his video game
playtime and asked him
to pick up a blanket he'd
left in the living room,
Sonny called her an in-
appropriate name and
flipped her lunch all over.
Apparently, in his
mind anyway, his actions
were benevolent.
"I didn't even hit her,"
he told officers. "All I did
was drag her across the
ground."


Weighing the
odds...among other
things
While the Crestview
Police Department Street
Crimes Unit was making
a drug bust, three sus-
pects were rounded up.
A 20-year-old Crest-
view woman was de-
tained. When her purse
was searched, a black
digital scale was found in
it, encrusted with cocaine
residue.
* The woman stated she
had the scale in her purse
"to weigh what she need-
ed to weigh."
Like, maybe, weighing
the pros and cons of deal-
ing in dope or not dealing
in dope?
Now she's weighingher
future after her arrest on
charges of cocaine pos-


session and possession o
drug paraphernalia.

Role model
During the same bus
a 19-year-old Crestvie'
man was arrested whe
officers found 90 gram
of marijuana, packed i
multiple bags, in his front
pants pockets.
He told officers "h
regularly purchases mar
ijuana because he likes t
smoke it."
He was charged wit
possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute
and possession of dru
paraphernalia.
Because he ha
smoked pot with a 1'
year-old juvenile right
before officers arrived
he 'topped off his charge
with a count of child.ne
glect.


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& NOTES

BRIEFS
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. 1
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
on entering the tournament
or being a sponsor contact
Carolyn Hutchison at 217-5193
or Betty Jackson at 830-3838.
Night'Golf at Foxwood
Foxwood Country Club
will host a Night Golf event
Saturday. Cost of $35 covers
18 holes of golf plus dinner.The
event is open to the first 48
entrants. First nine holes starts
at 5 p.m. Dinner will be served
at 7 p.m. Last nine holes starts
at 8 p.m. For details contact
Foxwood Country Club at
682'-2012.
Men's Invitational Two-
Man Scramble
Foxwood Country Club
will host an Individual Two-Man
Scramble 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.
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.
-efreshments as well as dinner
buffet on Saturday and breakfast
buffet Sunday.
'Play starts Saturday with a
12:30 p.m. shotgun strt. Sunday
play is set for an 8 a.m. start.
Players who have paid will
be allowed' a practice round the
week of 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 atTwin Oaks
Sports Complex on State Road
85 in Niceville.
There will be a $ 10 tryout
fee due at the first session.
Go to emeraldcoastunited.
corn 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-U 12;
and 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. for U 13-
U M18.
YMCA Volunteers
YMCA volunteers are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North OkaloosaYMCA.
If you have a service to offer,
time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please
.contactVolunteer Coordinator
Susan Goff at 682-8635.
Billy Bowlegs 5K
The 35th annual Billy
Bowlegs 5K run/walk is set
for June 6 at 10:30 a.m. at Fort
Walton Beach High School..
Early registration is $18 until
May 26. Registration is $20
from May'27-June 5,and $25
the day of the race.
For entry form, registration
or information visit the race
calendar at www.nwftc.com or
contact Bonny Cardow at 651-
5631 or e-mail bowlegs@nwftc.
com. You can register online at
www.active.com until June 2.
Heavy Hitters baseball
tryouts
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters baseball will
hold tryouts for the 2009-2010
USSSA season June 20 at Baker
recreation complex.Tryouts for
the I IU team will be at 9 a.m.,
12U team at 10 a.m.and 13U
team at II a.m.
For more information call
Melvin at 902-6237 or Greg at
496-9235.


Dawgs, Gators gear up for spring games


NICK TOMECEK I Fl:.nda Fr.,..Jni Nc%4.dpaptr
LAST TIME THEY MET: Crestview's Amond Robinson (left) and Chris Pickett tackle a Niceville
ballcarrier during the teams' meeting during the 2008 regular season.


(restview takes on Niceville: More then just a spring game


Randy Dickson
Ci'-strie Ne s Bulle-tin

Don't tell members of the
Crestliew football team that
Friday's contest with Niceville is
just a spring game.
When the teams last met at
Jack Foster Stadium on Sept. 12
of last year the Eagles held off
the Bulldogs for a 28-26 win.
Kickoff for Friday's spring
game one with numerous sub-
plots is set for 7 p m. at Jack
Foster Stadium.
The Bulldogs and Eagles will
be in the new District 2-4A this
coming season. A victory in a
spring game means nothing as
far as district standings, but the
winning team will make a state-
ment that could be felt when the
regular season gets underway
Add to that the fact that Crest-
\iew hasn't beaten its Okaloosa
County rival in a regular season
game since 1982, and the Bull-
dogs are that much more deter-
mined to make a strong showing.
"We haven't beaten them in
the regular season since some-
thing like 1985. If we show them
something in the spring game
maybe it will carry over into the
regular season," kicker,'lineback-
er J.T. Arnold said. "That's what I
want to do.
"We are going to work real
hard this summer, and we are go-
ing to get stronger and faster, and
hopefully we will be able to beat
them in the regular season."
Arnold believes the strong


FRIDAY'S GAME
Niceville at
Crestview
7 p.m. at Jack
Foster Stadium
Fast fact: Niceville
*edged Crestview 28-26
during the 2008 regular
season

spring the Bulldogs had will show
Friday night.
"We've been practicing pretty
hard. We've been really getting
after each other for the last cou-
ple of weeks and I think we are
going to do pretty good," he said.
"We are going to execute well is
what I think "
Crestviewcoach Matt Brnuson
was going to stay in spring prac-
tice mode until late in the week.
"We are going to keep going
one-on-one and three-on-three,"
he said. "We will block and tackle
each day. "Maybe we will get back
tto a game routine' Thursday.
"Ouroffensive line has stepped
up iin the spring) and we've got a
couple of strong backs that are
being physical. But defensively
we still have some work to do."
Creshiew coach Matt
Brunson is looking at the game
as more of a tool to evaluate play-
ers.
"We will make some mistakes,
and they've got a couple of guys
lFinch and Williamsi that can
make you make some mistakes,"
he said. "We are going to try to


play hard and play sound and do
what we do.
"The film and critiquing the
guys individually is going to be
more important than the score.
There are some jobs up the air.
We are going to play a lot ot peo-
ple and the game is real impor-
tant for some people where they
end up on the depth chart."
Brunson said Niceville be-
ing a district opponent will have
nothing to do with how much or
little the Bulldogs show of theirof-
fensive and defensive schemes
"With a limited amount of
time we have, and it being spring
training, we don't have much in,"
Brunson said. "It's not that we
are holding'back, but it's just we
are where we are
"We will try to establish a
physical run game and identify
sonle defenders we can rely on."
The game format will have
projected JV players playing
the first quarter. Projected var-,
sity backups will play the second
quarter. The starting units will go
in the second half.
Brunson said Finch's pres-
ence will add to the atmosphere
of the game
"*Everybody is talking about
Roy Finch." he said. "I guess
all the recruiters will be here to
watch him I'm looking forward
* to getting watch him up close.
"I think any time you get to
see a true Division I-ACC, SEC,
Big 12 player in person you look
forward to it. I think it will be a
special time for us."


Winners all around at Baker


Contest raised money for
scholarship fund

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER As spring scrimmag-
es go Baker's Maroon and White
game was about what one would-
expect from a team that has had
two weeks to work.
,There was some good and not
.so good. There were a few big
plays, such as Logan Wagner's
37-yard touchdown run. And
some nice hits by Vada Moore
and David Beck.
Wagner's touchdown was the
only score for the White varsity
(unless you count a 10-yard run
by Moore and a 5-yard score by
Christian Mainor in a goal-line
simulation after the game offi-
cially ended).
The Maroon JV scored on a
short pass from Adam Crowson
to Dylan Wadsworth, with Crow-
son scoring the 2-point conver-
sion.
The real winner of the game
will be announced in the next few
days when the Baker Football
Scholarship in Memory of Travis
Peoples and Tyler Jones is an-
nounced. All the gate receipts,


PHOTOS BY RANDY DICKSON I CrestviewNews Bu
IN THE SCRUM: Baker players surround the football during a
scrimmage this past Friday at Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium


FINAL INSTRUCTION: Baker's players gather before the start of a
scrimmage this past Friday at Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium.

from the game went to the schol- happy with everything about
arship. night
Baker coach Bob Kellogg was "I don't know how manywe]


Baker plays host

to South Walton

Randy Dickson
Crestiew News Bulletin

BAKER The best three weeks
of spring for the Baker football
team ends Friday night when the
Gators' host South Walton in the
spring game.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Doug
Griffith Stadium.
Gator coach Bob kellogg is
- treating this week like he would a
game week in the fall.
"We are going to try to do
pretty much the same routine be-
cause this bunch has never been
through it," he said after Friday's
Maroon and White scrimmage. "It
was like (the scrimmage). Every-
thing was new to them. o
"So we will probably do a typi-
cal week. We will get ready Mon-
day and put in the game plan and
then go through a normal rou-
tine."
The game itself will have a few
special rules found in most spring
games.
The only kicking game will be
extra points and field goals. And,
depending on the heat and player
fatigue, the quarters might be
shortened.
Kellogg and South Walton
coach David Barron will decide
if they are able to break down'the
gane to allow younger players to
go against younger players.
"We are going to see if there is
a time we' can take the younger
kids, but it's all numbers," he said.
"I'm hoping we can go a little bit
with our twos."
As of Friday night Kellogg
thought it would most likely be
starters against starters and reg-
ular substitutions.
Kellogg is looking forward to
seeing how.his young team will do
against last yeat's District 1-2B.
champions.;
"I told them (the Gator football
team) Jay, South Walton and Ver-
non are the teams people are talk-
ing about (as the top teams in the
new District I-1A)," Kellogg said.
"When you look at South Walton
they've got nine of 11 starters
back on defense, buit they were
much better offensively last year
than they were defensively. We
put a lot of points on them, but we
couldn't stop their offense.
"But I think because of that
and their numbers (student.body
size), they are a school that should
being playing m a bigger class,
but they dropped.them to us. That
See BAKER B2.


scrimmage
here for the game, but I feel like
there was a real good .turnout,"
he said. "There was some excite-
ment for the young kids and old
kids tonight.
"I was pleased with it, and
hopefully it will raise some mon-
ey for whoever won it."
There weren't any real sur-
prises for Kellogg on the field.
"We are about where I expect-
ed (to be)," he said. "The return-
ing guys look like returning guys.
We've got a lot of young kids that
letin have got to grow up real, real fast
and have to learn.
"This was a great learning
experience tonight to get under
the lights and put it with officials.
Really that's the first time we've
been able to get after each other
live because at practice it's just
hard (with the limited number of
players on the roster)."
The Baker coaching staff tried
to divide the teams as evenly as
possible. It turned out to be a
successful game with the play-
ers giving good effort and nobody
getting hurt.
"I thought our kids got after
it," Kellogg said. "We've just got
to learn a lot.
"A lot of it is going to come
the through experience like Friday
night (in the spring game against
had South Walton)."


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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Sports


Wednesday, May 20, 2009


FHSAA should take


smaller piece of


the revenue pie

When local football teams take
the field for the spring games
this week a part of the gate will
be heading to the Florida High
School Athletic Association office.
That probably doesn't surprise
most people.
What is surprising is the RANDY
amount the FHSAA will collect DICKSON
for each spring game 20 DICKSNorth End Z
percent of the gross gate. one
That little tidbit of information can be found
with a simple search of the FHSAA Web site.
You'll also learn the visiting team gets 35 percent
and the home team gets 45 percent.
Out of the home team's 45 percent it must
take care of expenses such as paying the officials,
the utilities, security and any number of other
miscellaneous costs that go with hosting a game.
The visiting school will probably use part of its
35 percent to pay for transporting the team to and
from the game.
That just leaves one question. What does the
FHSAA need with 20 percent of the gate? The
FHSAA regulates and administrates, but as best
I can tell, other than the state finals, does little
to generate revenue for anyone other than the
FHSAA.
In spring, preseason, regular season and
postseason, the schools pay for the right to be a
paft of the FHSAA. And it is the schools that pay
for the FHSAA-sanctioned officials and other -
various and sundry expenditures regulated by
the powers that be in Gainesville.
If 2,000 fans show up at Jack Foster Stadium
on Friday to watch the spring game between
Niceville and Crestview the gate will be $10,000
and the FHSAA will get $2,000 of it.
And again, I ask, for what?
Do the math. If 100 spring games are played
across the state and each averaged.a gate of only
$5,000 the FHSAA would still bring in a whopping
$100,000..And that's just for spring football games!
The FHSAA also will get 20 percent of the gate
for the South Walton-Baker game at Doug Griffith
Stadium.
If 1,000 fans attend the game, South Walton
will receive $1,750, Baker's cut will be $2,250 and
the FHSAA will pocket $1,000.
Last I checked the FHSAA won't need ,
to purchase new football cleats or refurbish
shoulder pads or helmets this summer, but it
would get a mere $750 less than South Walton.
It has been well publicized that the only school
money that goes to athletic programs in Okaloosa
County is the pay supplement for the coaches.
The rest of the money needed to operate the
programs must come through game receipts and
fundraisers by the teams and their respective
booster clubs.
It's time for the FISAA to become more
sensitive to the financial struggles facing these
programs.
I'm not suggesting the FHSAA shouldn't get
any of the pie from these spring games or apy
other athletic contests in any other sports.
What I do think would be fair would be for
the association to have a flat rate of, say, $500 for
these.games.
There would be no FHSAA without high school
sports in Florida.
It's time the FHSAA take a look at ways to
tighten its belt to make it easier for athletic ,
programs facing tough financial times.
Taking 20 percent of the gate for a spring
football game doesn't convey that spirit of
understanding.
Randy Dickson is the News Bulletin
Sports Editor Contact him at 682-6524, ore-
mail randyd@crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
Randy's "North End Zone" blog at www.
crestviewbulletin.com..


Ladies tee it up at Foxwood


Charlie Crumpton
Special to the Crestview Bulletin
The 2009 Foxwood La-
dies Golf Association tour-
nament was held May 13 at
Foxwood Country Club.
Lady golfers from across
Northwest Florida and
South Alabama annually
participate in the tourna-
ment.

Tournament results
1st Flight Betty Ahearn
and Sue Jones 54; Pat Mar-
tin and Pat Bell 54; Rhonda
Mitchell and JoAnne Rose-
land 57.
2nd Flight Sandy Cowl-
ing and Johnnie Fleshman
55; De Fischer and Sally
Burns 58; Maria Spann and
Dee Catrett 58.
3rd Flight Judy Beard
and Chloette Bass 52; Fran
Angelopoulos and Kay Shee-
han 53; Bonnie Hochmuth
and Liz Frazier 53.
4th Flight Lou McCoch
and Jan Lang 58; Sarah
Breakenridge and Sharon


Osthoff 59; Becky Fink and
Alayne Ravelo 63
Closest to pin Flo
Parker (No. 4); Elsie Bass


(No. 8); Chloette Bass (No.
13) and De Fischer (No. 16).
Closest to line Aman-
da Grimett (No. 10).


BAKER from page B1


should be a challenge num-
bers-wise. I think if we can
play and be competitive with
them it gives our -kids an
idea we can compete in the
district."
The biggest hurdle fac-
ing the Gators is the loss of
a huge senior class from last
year's team.


But again, Kellogg thinks
a good showing against-the
Seahawks on Friday could
be a springboard to a strong
2009 season.
"Our kids know that you
lose 16 seniors and you are
looked on as you are rebuild-
ing," Kellogg said. "Around
here you have cycle years,


and this is one of the years
you have to learn on the run.
"I feel like if we can be
competitive with South Wal-
ton we can compete with
most people in the district."

FRIDAY'S GAME.
South Walton at Baker


7 p.m. at Doug Griffith
Memorial Stadium
Fast fact: Baker edged
South Walton when the
teams met during the 2008
regular season, but the Se-
ahawks topped the Gators
for the District 1-2B title
in the second quarter of a
shootout.


CRESTVIEW DARTS
LEAGUE
Week II stats
First Division
Standings
Armageddon 124.0
Kaos 112.0
Jaguars I 13.0
Hit Men 75.0
Hell's Henchmen-40.0
Who Darted? 16.0
Weekly High In
.Michael MillerT30
Ellen Hashek 42

Weekly High Out
Brad EckenrodeT02
Ellen Hashek 66

Seaon High In
D.J. Parker T70
Emily Blair T16

Season High Out
Adam Kelly T20
Ellen Hashek 87

Men's MVP Points &
Tons
Brad. Eckenrode 222, 59;
John; Montford 215, 37;Adam
Kelley21 I1,33; Ken Bundrick
203, 37; D.J. Parker 196, 30;


Brooks Taylor 182, 27; Bobby
Gainey 175, 28; Michael
Miller 172, 29; Mark Benoit
168, 19; Rich Wesche 160, 36;
Ray Knudson 156, 30; Bob
Duboise 150,9;Jim Kaim
131, 18; Steve Hinrichs. 129,
19; Doug Cooper 114, II;
Bobby Arnold 112, II; Keith
Howell 84, 9;Tom Pallone 79,
13;Wayne Matlock 60, 4;Jon
Burris 58, 8; Rodney Brackett
46, 10; Kenny Blair 41, 7; Ron
Meyer 34,4; Ron Jackson
21, 1; Joe Benoit 15, 2; Mike
Deck 8, 2;Johnathon Haggard
8, 3; Chuck Gagner 5, 2; John
Hashek 0, 0; Bil! Brumbaugh
0, 0; Shane Bores 0, 0

Women's MVP Points
i Tons
Ellen Hashek 183, 16;
Emily Wesche 62,7; MaryAnn
Neumann 2, I

Second Division
Standings
Scorpions 89.0
Stars & Stripes 70.0
AL Riders 64.0
Fallout 51.0
Divine Kaos 45.0
L.L. Longshots 44.0


Weekly High In
Phil Phillips 81
Judy Fitzgerald 70

Weekly High Out
Mike Ricks 66
Jenny Montford .54

Season High In
Kevin Fitzgerald I/ Mike
Ricks T20
Marie BundrickT22
Season High Out
Kevin Fitzgerald T
Misty Forsythe T04

Men's MVP Points &
Tons
Kevin Fitzgerald 185, 30;
Rob Davis 140, 19;Aaron
Zimmerman 126, 23; Mike
Ricks 122, 23;Terry Hindall
I 117,20; Dan Cowan I I ,
12; Russel Carroll 110,9;
Paul Carney 104, 15; Carl
Smiley 85,9; Phil Phillips 84,
13;Jack Miller 82, 9;Johnny
Griffin 76, 8;AI Zimmerman
66, 7; Larry Page 64, 5; Mike
Wanner 58, 3; Brian Soals 55,
5; Gary Easterwood 46, 2;
Walt Montford 45, 2; Darryl
Brooks 39, 2; Kevin Yaw 26, I;
Devin Fitzgerald 21, 5; Baxter


Haasis 15, 2; Rich Heagwoo'd
0, 0; Billy Becknell 0, 0

Women's MVP Points
&Tons '
Judy Fitzgerald 151, I ; Jo
Mims 118, 13; Jenny Montford
100, 13; Marie Bundrick 84,
5; Lydia Benoit 83, I 1; Kim
Page 79, 7; Sandy Smith 59, 5;
Misty Forsythe 52, 6;Amber
Jackson 44,6; Melinda Gagnon
26, 2; Jean Decker 9, I; Louise
Meyer 6, 0; Stacy Henley 5,0

Special Scores
' Brad Eckenrode T80, March
5
Ken Bundrick T80,April 16
John Montford T80, March
16
Bobby GaineyT80,'March
26
Brooks Taylor T80,April 30
Jo MimsT80,April 30

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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


FRIENDLY FACES: Answering questions during Safe and
Secure Respite care's ribbon cutting are administrator
Melodie McClure and World War II veteran John
Anderson, a resident at the home.


GARDENER: A veteran tends the substantial vegetable
garden behind the Safe and Secure Respite Care
home.


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
A SAFE PLACE: Safe and Secure Respite Care is a
warm, friendly, home-like environment for disabled or
homeless veterans.


Vets are Safe & Secure at local home


Respite care facility opens in Crestview


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

As some of the veterans at
Crestview's Safe and Secure
Respite Care home relaxed
in front of the TV in the sunny
front room, two of their com-
rades were hard at work in the.
vast vegetable garden out back.
Both vignettes belied the im-
age of some veterans' homes. At
Safe and Secure, no one looked
bedraggled, despondent or
hopeless.
Not after their first few days
at the home, anyway. Before
they reached the shelter, how-
ever, was another story.
Many of the men had been
down on their luck, living on the
streets, and suffered from vari-
ous health issues, some a direct
result of their service in the U.S.
military.
Safe and Secure Respite
Care is a modest one-story resi-
dence, a former daycare and
assisted living home in a quiet


YOU CAN HELP
Volunteer, benefactor
and supporter opportunities
abound at Safe and Secure
Respite Care. Contact them
atl 850-398-5207, vet.
support@ssrc-florida.org,
or write 3091 Skyline Dr.,
Crestview FL 32539-8176.
Visit SSRC on the Web at
www ssrc-florida.org

family neighborhood near Bob
Sikes Airport. It has served the
wellness and welfare of disabled
and homeless veterans since
opening in October 2008, ac-
cording to administrator Melo-
die McClure.
"This home had been some-
thing we talked about for a long
time," McClurd said. "Things
started rolling and it just doesn't
stop."
While the home currently
has seven residents, spine of
the vets who have been served
at SSRC have been transitional.


VETERAN'S BAR-B-QUE BASH
The VFW post on U S. Highway 90 West in Crestview will host a barbecue bash on June 6
from noon until 5 p m. All proceeds will benefit Safe and Secure Respite Care, Inc. This family
event is sponsored by the VFW. AMVETS, American Legion and DAV, and will feature $5 a
plate BBQ, a dunking booth, face painting and a petting zoo


"They get rehabilitated and
we send them on their way," Mc-
Clure said. '"Others need a per-
manent home and we are here
for them."
SSRC works with Bridgeway,
Covenant. Hospice and other
local organizations to identify
and care for its veterans. A staff
member, including resident
aide Dean Rush, is always in the
home. Other staff includes a so-
cial worker, director of nursing
services, and certified nursing
assistants.
Services include transpor-
tation to scheduled appoint-
ments, activities and outings,
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
support, educational and enter-
tainment activities, ,substance
abuse counseling, legal support
and weekly religious services.
Support for Safe and Secure
Respite Care comes from many


segments of the community,
including area veterans' orga-
nizations such as the American
Legion and Veterans of Foreign
Wars. AMVETS Post #35 proved
a major supporter of the home.
The home's owner, Sandy
Tingle, works tirelessly, Mc-
Clure said. As she readied the
home, she attended an AMVETS
event for the homeless in Fort
Walton Beach. There she met a
pair of homeless veterans.
"She was so touched by their
stories, she brought them back
with her," McClure said.
Residents currently include
veterans of America's conflicts
ranging as far back as World
War II.
"Some suffer from Post Trau-
matic. Stress Disorder, some
were exposed to Agent Orange
and have respiratory problems,"
McClure said.


Volunteers supplement the
home's staff, McClure said,
"and we're always looking for
-benefactors and supporters."
The SSRC home has a large
sunny living room with cable
TV, a cheerful dining room and
large kitchen.
"We wanted it to be homey,"
McClure explained.
What is presently McClure's
office will become a quiet li-
brary with high-speed Internet
connection for the residents'
benefit.
The home presently can ac-
commodate eight full-time resi-
dents. Future plans include a
modest expansion that. will al-
low each to have a private room
and his own bathroom.
"We feel there is a tremen-
dous need out there to help the
veterans who have served our
country," McClure said.


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Linda Edge and Elizabeth
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little cafe on State Road
85 North provides jobs
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INDEPENDENT INVESTOR

Should parents or students

borrow to pay for college?


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pay for college?
Given the current mal-
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should come as no surprise
the student loan system is
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both students and parents.

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Whether the student or
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Income-based eligibil-
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Parents who intend to fill
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and how to cover the costs
is a personal family decision
that should take into consid-
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financial needs as well as
its short- and longer-term
financial goals.

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for any individual. Consult
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you have any questions.
Courtesy ofPaul E. Lowrey,
AAMS, at LPL Financial,
492 Texas Parkway, Crest-
view, FL 32536, (850) 398-
8188, paul.lowrey@lpl.com
or www.paullowrey.com.
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FINRA/SIPC.
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RIBBON CUTTINGS


RANDY BEARD I Crestview News Bulletin
ADIVA'S AGELESS AESTHETICS SPA: Adiva's Ageless Aesthetics Spa held a ribbon cutting May 5 at its
location at 424 West James Lee Blvd. in Crestview.


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
SAFE AND SECURE RESPITE CARE: A ribbon cutting was held this past week at Safe and Secure Respite Care
at 3091 Skyline Dr. in Crestview. See related story on page B3.


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Legal # 100585
hVS OKALOOSA ISLAND
LEASEHOLD CON-
VERSION REQUEST
FOR, BIDS ON HOLI-
DAY ISLE/
OKALOOSA ISLAND
r PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN That The Board
of County Commission-
ers Of Okaloosa
pS County, Florida, wil
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,
the Florida, From:
le[in O.D.-. Dickerson, Jr.
hr in and wife Annette H.
Dickerson
ith Unit 303, of GulfShore
Condominium, a con-
nded dominium according to
issue the Declaration of Con-
dominium recorded in
rest Official Records Book

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i 1094. Page 1015 el
reQ of the Public Rec. '
orDs ol Okaloosa
Country. Florida rF rie
Declaration including
as an appurtenance
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other. provi-
sions of said Declara-
tion.
John RP. 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-
i 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 Book
'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-
I sions of said Declara-
tion.
Thomas Brad Bishop
and wife, Anne. W.
Bishop'
Unit 402, of GulfShore
Condominium, a con-
domninium according to
the Declarationof 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


ida iThe Declaralor.)
Ircluairg as arn appur-
rinarnre Iherel., Re.
sircrsr.:.r. Terms and
ouner provstions ol said
Declaration.
Stephen Derby Dis-
clair and wife, Claire
Picheloup Glsclair
Unit 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 Rec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida. (The
Declaration) including
as an appurtenancee
thereto, Restrictions,
Terms and other provi-
sions of said Declara-
tion.
Bid Forms may be pro--
cured from Signet Land
Title and Escrow, Inc.
4980 S. Ferdon Blvd.,
Crestview, FL.32536.
The b9ard reserves the
right to reject and and
all proposals and to6
waive minor irregulari-
ties I the the proposals
submitted.
OKALOOSA 'COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
BY: James Campbell,
Chairman
05/13/09
05/20/09 -



Legal # 100598
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-CP-348
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JONATHAN B O'BRIEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
"ne an;llary adminis-
traior bf the estate if
JONATHAN B.
0 BRiEN, deceased,
...I H 4.+. M 11-1--hI


DECEDENT'S DATE OF Group. PL. Plamirl
DEATH IS BARRED anorn'-ey. noie ad-
aress ,s 9119 Corpo.
The dale C1 Ir.ie hrs. rale Lale Drr,e. Suile
publication ol tris No. 300, Tampa, Fiiroia
tice is May 13, 2009. 33634, and file.the orig-
final with this Court ei-
BEN HOLLEY their before service on
RO. BOX 1238 Plaintiff's, attorney or
Crestview, FL 32536 immediately thereafter;,
850-682-2336 -otherwise a default will
Attorney for Ancillary be entered against you
Personal Representa- for the relief demanded
tive in the Complaint or pe-.
FLA BAR # 0036838 tition. .
This notice shall be
JILL A O'BRIEN published once each
455 Teel Road week for two consecu-
Andalusia, Alabama tive weeks in the Crest-
36421 view News Bulletin.
Ancillary Personal WITNESS my hand
Representative and the seal of this
Court on this 6 day of
05113/09 May, 2009. .
05/20/09
Don W. Howard
Legal #100600 Clerk of the Court
IN THE CIRCUIT By: Beth McDonald
COURT OF THE As Deputy Clerk
FIRST JUDICIAL 'CR- Invoice to & Copy to: ,
CUTIN AND FOR Florida Default Law
I IN AND FOR . R .L
OKALOOSA COUNTY~ Group, RL.
FL"ORIDA RO Box 25018
CIVIL ACTION Tampa, Florida
33622-5018*
WELLS FARGO BANK, NMNC-FHA-R-khart-
NAELLS FARGO BANK, maier-F08082214
NA, **See Americans with
Plaintiff, Disabilities Act
CASE NO.: IMPORTANT
46-20.08-CA-005427 In accordance with
vs. iothe Americans with Dis-
DIVISION: abilities Act, persons
THOMAS H. with disabilities need-
SANTAMASOOR ta ing special accommo-
SADefendantM nation to participate in
Defenant(s). this proceeding should
_T contact Court Adminis-
_-_-___ tration at 101 James
AMENDED NOTICE Lee Boulevard East,.
AMENDED NOTICE Crestview, FL,
OF ACTION 32536-3515; telephone
TO: number (850)
THOMAS H 689-5000, Extension
SANHOTAMASOOR H. 7497, prior to the pro-
LASTAMKNOWN ADceeding. or Shalimar
EAST .KNOWN .AD- (850) 651-7497
DRESS: 5116 3rd (850) 51-7497
Avenue : MPTAT
CRESTVIEW, FL IMPORTANT
32539, In accordance with
'CURRENT ADDRESS:. the Americans with Dis-
UNKNOWN abilities Act, persons
UNKNOWN with disabilities need-
SYLVIA ing special accommo-
-SA-TA"MOO. dation to participate in
LAST KNOORWN AD this proceeding should
^ contact Court Admihis-
DRESS .116 3rd traction at 1250 N. Eglin
CRE iEW FL Parkway, Shalimar, KL,
32539 32579; telephone num-
323539 K,1r 1r17Q


,05 20 09
05.27.09
06'09
06/10;09


Legal # 100605
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #:-2009 TD
000073 C
Notice is hereby given
that ,Sun State Proper-
ties, Inc., as holder of
the following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon.' The cer--
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-.
lows:
Certificate # 1058 'of
2005 Assessed to:
Lesly Alexis, a/k/a Les-
ley Alexis, Tammy
Ford, and Guerly Alexis
Description: CREST-
VIEW BLOCK 79 LOTS
15&16 .
Parcel ID#:'
17-3N-23-2490-0079-
0150 Opening Bid:,
$4,489.01
All of said property be-
ing in the County. of
Okaloosa, 'State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.
Dated this 13th day of
May, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: LiUsa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
05/20/09
05/27/09
06/03/09
06/10/09


of Condominium, re- wnose date OT death ---- r (850) oo651-7497, Legal # 100607
corded in Official Rec- was January 1, 2009, CURRENT ADDRESS: prior to the proceeding.
ords Book 1094, Page and .whose Social Se- UNKNOWN 05/13/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
1015 et seq., of the curity Number is N/A is 05/20/09 TION FOR TAX DEED
public Records of pending in the Circuit ANY AND ALL UN- '
uOkaloosa County, Flor- Court for Okaloosa KNOWN PARTIES TDA Case #: 2009 TD
County, Florida Pro-. CLAIMING ER L-. 00604
bate Division, the ad- CLAIMING BY, 000076Lea #100604
I__ dress of which is PO. THROUGH, UNDER:L # 100604
Brs of wh1359101 James R AND AGAINST THE Notice is hereby given
Lee B.oul 1' East, HEREIN NAMED INDI NOTICE OF APPLICA- that .MTAG Cust For
,l Crestview FBlardEs VIDUAL DEFEND- TION FOR TAX DEED Overland, as holder of
323 Te' ne ANT(S) WHO ARE the following certificate,
address 32536. The names a NOT KNOWN TO BE TDA Case #: 2009 TD has filed said certificate
Cl .' addresses of rhe ancil- r DEAD OR ALIVE, 000079 C' for a Tax Deed to. be is-
entative an d th an ile- WHETHER SAID, UN- sued thereon. The cer-
S. ers thH i KNOWN PARTIES Notice is herebygiven tificate' number and
lary O perMsonal MAY CLAIM AN IN- that Alliance Holdings, year of Issuance, the
7 repreresettfvr'thbelttor"TEREST AS SPOUSE LLC, as holder of the name in which the
Sy forth l. HEI RS, DEVISEES following 'certificate, property i is assessed
asev FR setUBeLow.A T ERESt AS g hags JOlLaHldI er of&ti ED Name inS whic
All creditors of the de- GRANTEES OR has filed saidcertificate and the description of
Farm Direct cadent and other oer- OTHER CLAIMANTS for a Tax Deed to be is- the property is as fol-
Centipede, Zoys7ia, St. s ons having claims per- sued thereon. The car- lows:
AugustLnesh ri esds.' sonsbhavingtclaims or
Augustine Bermu dema ndOs against LAST KNOWN AD- tificate number and Certificate # 1068 of
We deliver & install decedent's estate n DRESS UNKNOWN year of issuance, the 2006 Assessed to:
Call 244-6651 name in which the ABRAHAM EVANS OR
Suncost Sod Farms whom a copy of this pCURRENT ADDRESS: property is assessed QUITINA RICE
_______ noticserved must filed to beirUNKNOWN and the description of Description: Con NW
served must file the the property is as fol- cor of NE1/4 of SW1/4
Rasbury Lawn claims with this court lows: E305 ft N997 ft to POB
Service General WITHIN THE LATER Y E NOTI-' N109 ft E155 ft to POB,
cleanup mowing, OF 3 MONTHS AFTER YOU ARE NOTID' N109 ft E155 It to POB,
trimming, pruning. Lici THE TIME OF. THE ED that an action to Certificate # 1206 of etc.
& Ins. Ref available. FIRST PUBLICATION foreclose a mortgage 2005 Assessed to: Parcel iD#:
Free estimates. OF THIS NOTICE OR on the following prop- JOHNNIE & EDNA F. 09-2S-24-0000-0062-
682-1 302 r 30 DAYS AFT H erty. in OKALOOSA STOKES 0270 Opening Bid:
682-1302 DAYS AFTER THE County, Florida: Description: FAIRVIEW $3,725.86
A398-0687 E OF SERVICE OF ADD BLOCK 4 LOT 11 All of said property be-
TICE ON THEM. LOTS 40 809/151 ing in the County of
Searching for lawn THROUGH 44, BLOCK Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
work, tree trimming All other creditorsof 2, SOUTH HOLLEY 20-3N-23- 0830-0004- ida.
etc. call 537-8616 ask the decedent and other GROVE SUBDIVI- 0110 Opening Bid: Unless the certificate is
for Match. person ece having claimsher SION, ACCORDING $18,195.78 redeemed according to
for Metch. persodemandss avg caims TO THE PLAT All of said property be- law, the property de-
Sdec'dent's estate must THEREOF, AS RE-'on in the County of scribed in 'the certifi-
PAINTING/ filthr'ci sththis CORDED IN PLAT Okaloosa, State of Flor- cate will be sold to the
fiLl ChirIcourt WITHIN 3th BOOK 2, PAGE 184 ida. highest bidder in the
MONTHS AFTER THE OF THE PUBLIC REC- Unless the certificate is BCC Board Meeting
MDA O ESFTHE FIRST ORDS OF OKALOOSA. redeemed according to Rbom at the Okaloosa
MIKE GOLLES PUBLICATION OF COUNTY, FLORIDA. law, the property de- County Courthouse,
PAINTING als .. o ... O-TOGETHER WITH A scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at
Interior, exterior, also TIS N IE. MOBILE HOME LO- cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m: on Tuesday,
pressure washing. Li- ACl CA T CATED THEREON AS highest bidder in the June 23, 2009.
censed.& Insured. Free ALL CLAIMS NOT A PERMANENT FIX- BCC Board Meeting
682-534estimates. Ph.Seniorciti- TIME PERIODS SET TURE AND APPURTE- Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 13th day of
682-5347. Seniorun'citi- FORTH IN SECTION NANCE THERETO; County Courthouse, May, 2009.
Fdso s 733.702 OF TH E FLORN PLUS' VIN'S Crestview, Florida at
IDAtPROBATE CODE SBHGA1080601559A 10:002 amon Tuesday, DON W. HOWARD
BARRED. FOREVERSBHGA1080601559B CUlT COURTS
6.BARE.Dated this 13th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
NOTWITHSTANDING has been filed against May, 2009. uty Clerk
THE TIME PERIODS. you and you are re-
Fox Trot Tree Service SET FORTH ABOVE, quired to serve a copy DON W. HOWARD 05/20/09
No job to large or ANY CLAIM FILED of your written de- CLERK OF THE CIR- 05/27/09
small, Free Estimates. TWO (2) YEARS OR fenses,' if any, on or CUlT COURTS 06/03/09
LICINS. Call Paul MORE AFTER efore June 22, 2009 By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- 06/10/09
8503 C-77 on Florida Default Law uty Clerk


Legal # 100608 ir.ai MTAG Cusi For
Kirk'.uaoObr.gr. as
NOTICE OF APPLICA- n,.lder 1 tire iloilowng
TION FOR TAX DEED cenhlcaie, ras iea
saad cenrtificae lor a Tax
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Deed to be issued
000078 C. thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
Notice is hereby given suance, the name in
that C Scott or Mary H which the property is
Stewart, as holder of assessed and the de-
the following certificate, scription of the prop-
has filed said certificate erty is as follows:
for a Tax Deed to be is- Certificate # 2353 of
sued thereon. The cer- 2006 Assessed to:
tificate number and LARRY NICHOLS
year of issuance, the D e s c r i pt i o n :
name in which the OAKCREST F/G PLAT
property is assessed 5 BEG NW COR L1
and the description of E320 FT 'S279.43 FT
the property is as fol-. E200 FT TO BEG E200
lows: FT S223.42 FT W200
Certificate #' 1521 of FT N223.42 FT TO BEG
2002 Assessed to: Parcel ID#:
JOHN HENDERSON 27-4N-23-1822-0000-
Description: BEG 137.5 002B Opening Bid:
FT S OF NE CORN OF $38,098.14
SEI/4 OF NE1/4 W 100 All of said property be-
FT S92.5 FT E 100 FT ing in the County of
N 92.5 FT TO BEG Okaloosa, State of Flor-
984/576 Ida.
,Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is
20-3N-23-0000-0018- redeemed according to
0000 Opening Bid:. law, the property de-
$5,053.17 scribed, in 'the certifi-
All of said property be- cate will be sold to the
ing in the County of highest bidder in the,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting
ida. Room at the Okaloosa
Unless the certificate is County Courthouse,
redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at
law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
scribed in the certifi- June 23,2009.
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Dated this 13th day of
BCC Board Meeting May, 2009.
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, DON W. HOWARD
Crestview, Florida at CLERK OF THE CIR-
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, CUIT COURTS
June 23, 2009. By: Lisa L'. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
Dated this 13th day of
May, 2009. 05/20/09
05/27/09
DON W. HOWARD 06/03/09
CLERK OF THE CIR- 06/10/09
CUIT COURTS ______'
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk Legal #100610
05/20/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
05/27/09 TION FOR TAX DEED
06/03/09
06/10/09 TDA Case #: '2009 TD
000074 C
Legal # 100609 Notice is hereby given
that Sun State Proper-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ties, Inc., as holder of
TION FOR TAX DEED the following certificate,
has filed said certificate
TDA Case #: 2009 TD for a Tax Deed to be is-
000075 C sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
Notice is. hereby given year of issuance, the
that The Cullen Family name in which the
Revocable Trust, as property is assessed
holder of the following and the description of
certificate,c has filed the property Is as fol-
said certificate for a Tax lows:
Deed to be issued Certificate # 1097 of
thereon. The certificate 2005 Assessed to:
number and year of is- JAMES EDWARD
suance, the name in NEWTON
which the property is Description: CREST-
assessed and the de- VIEW BLOCK 146 LOT
scription of the prop- 5
erty is as follows: Parcel ID#:
Certificate # 2656 of 17-3N-23-2490-0146-
2002 Assessed to: 0050 Opening Bid:
JOSEPH H. & .KIM B. $5,636.01.
MCKINNEY- All of said property be-'
Description: SYLVANIA ing in the County of
'HEIGHTS S/D BLOCK Okaloosa, State of Flor-
5 Lot 4 ida. .
Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is
09-2S-24-244A-0005- redeemed according to
0040 Opening Bid: law, the property de-
$27,768.43 scribed in the certifi-
All of said property be- cate will be sold to the
ing in the. County of highest bidder in the
Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting
ida. Room at the Okaloosa
Unless the certificate is County Courthouse,
redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at
law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
scribed in the certifi- June 23, 2009.
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Dated this 13th day of
BCC Board Meeting June, 2009.
.Room at .the Okaloosa DON W.HOWARD
County Courthouse, N CLERK OF THE CIR-
Crestview,. Florida at CUIT COURTS '
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, By: Lisa- L. Guia, Dep-
June 23, 2009. uty Clerk
Dated this 13th day of 05/20/09
May, 2009. 05/27/09
DON W. HOWARD 06/10/09
CLERK OF THE CIR-_____.__._
CUlT COURTS
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep- LEGAL #120222
uty Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT
05/20/09 COURT OF THE
05/27/09 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
06/03/09 CUIT IN AND FOR
06/10/09 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-,
TION CASE NO:
Legal # 100611 46-2008-CA
-003983 DIVISION
NOTICE OF APPLICA- FILE NO: F08058477
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD TUAL BANK,
000077 C Plaintiff,
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3RDLE. .1 FEr et -EREr JAMED i Single White Male
al VIDUAL DEFEND- Single White MaleS58,
Defendant(s). ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT 70. Searching for a
KNOWN TO BE DEAD Caregiver name
NOTICE OF RE- OR ALIVE, WHETHER Carolyn that I met a few
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Plaintiff and BRADLEY close a mortgage on 32536, or call (850)
M. FENN; ROBBIE the following property 689-8038
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ants, I will sell to the Florida: ..
highest and best bid-
der for cash at CREST- LOT 9, BRADY'S SUB- ,
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT DIVISION, ACCORD- 9
DOOR OF THE ING TO THE PLAT .
OKALOOSA COUNTY THEREOF IN PLAT
COURTHOUSE E BOOK 2, AT PAGE 92,
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT OF THE PUBLIC REC-
OF CLERK'S FRONT ORDS OF OKALOOSA
DOOR OF SHALIMAR COUNTY, FLORIDA. PETS & MALES
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 16 day of June, has been filed against 2100-Pets
2009, the following de- you and you are re- 2110 Pots: Free to
scribed property as set' quired to serve a cop Good Home
forth in said Final Judg- of your written de-r 2120-Peat Supplies
ment: senses, if any, on or 2130 -Farm Animals/
LOT 28D, DIAMOND before June 19, 2009 2140-Pets/Livestock
LAKES, A on Florida Default Law Wanted
TOWNHOUSE DEVEL- Group, PL.., Plaintiff's 2150 Pet Memorials
OPMENT, ACCORD- attorney, whose ad-
ING TO THE PLAT dress is 9119 Corpo-
THEROF AS RE- rate Lake Drive, Suite
CORDED IN PLAT 300, Tampa, Florida
BOOK 21, PAGES 1 TO 33634, and file the orig- 2100
3, OF THE PUBLIC final with this Court ei-
RECORDS OF their before service on Affectionate
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Plaintiff's attorney or Cats
FLORIDA. I immediately thereafter; Need new homes,
A/K/A 4217 JADE otherwise'a default will Their humans were
LOOP, DESTIN, FL be entered against you evicted Currently in
32541 for the relief demanded Foster Care. Short
Any person claiming an in the Complaint or pe- Term, then off to PAWS
interest in the surplus tition. n 6/8. 864-2673
from the sale, if any, This notice shall be 864-2673
other than the property published once each
owner as of the date of week for two consecu- Mini. Australian Shep-
the Lis' Pendens must tive weeks in the Crest- herd call 902-7275
file a' claim within sixty view News Bulletin.
(60) days after the sale. WITNESS my hand .
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
and the seal of this Court on this 5 day of
Court on May 12, 2009. May, 2009, 2110
Don W. Howard Don W. Howard -A
Clerk of the Circuit Clerk of the Court IN T6UW
Court NE
By: Vickie Jackson By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk Free kittens 8 wks old
long hair call 398-6854,
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IMPORTANT 3100 Antiques
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sIn3120 Arts & Crafts
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special accommoda- with disabilities need- 3160 Business
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5/20/2009 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
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S05/20/2009 Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
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Crestview News Bulletin I B7


Crestvlew, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
ments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity

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Creatvlew- 2 br, 1.5 ba
TH, $700 me, $725 dd.
No smoke/pets. Near
Walker Elem. 240-0890

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Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
TH. 103 Hampton. W/D
hkup, shed; $525 me +
dd. Pet w/fee. 682-8483



4bd 2ba only $318/mo!
3bd 2ba only $270/mo!
3bd 2ba $199/mol Buy
ForeclosuresI Stop
Renting! 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8.5%APRI For List-
ings (800)935-3541 ext.
1328.
Crestview- 3 br, 2 be,
near CHS. Big yard.
$850 me + dd. No
pets/smoke 420-0140


mili
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972
Crestview- 4br, 2ba w/
bonus ,room. Large
Fenced Backyard $795
mo+$700dd. 689-1285
'Crestview- Nice 2 br, 1
ba on 1 acre. New
floors. CH&A. No pets.
W/D hkups. $600 me
+dd. 812-783-1425
For Sale by Owner
5948 Meadow Lane 3/2/1
Brick house w/fireplace.
Move in ready. $8000 tax
credit for 1st time
homebuyer. Qualifies for.
Rural Loan Program
which finances 102%.
$115,000 means payments
around $720
.850-243-2172 or Buy
Grandmommys
House.com


ftNEW rAY
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker.
0 804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 be; $795
Crestview
226 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 1.5 be, $595
464- Bobolinki Way
2 or, 2 na, $625
6119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5ba, T775
575 Pine Aoe
3'br 2 2a t700
104 Corwin St
2 br, 2.5 ba, $725
5292 Opportunity Dr
3 br, 2 ba; $795
651 Panama Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $895
2405 Mill Run Dr,
3 br, 2.ba; $925
6458 Moonlight Ln
3 br 2 ba; $995
179 Conquest Ave,
3 br, 2 ba; $1050
123 Nicole Ln,
4 br, 3 be; $1000
211 Raptor Dr,
4 br, 2 ba; $1200
6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250'
Commercial
-593 James Lee Blvd,
1600sf, $1200
Rent to own
No bank needed. 3/2/1.
With large fenced yard
and shed. Totally up-
graded and insures as
a 2003 home. Call 850
243-2172 or Buy
GrandmommysHouse.
corn m
We buy houses. Cash,
quick closings. Friendly
advice on how you might
'keep your home.
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Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo includes all
utils & cable. Call
689-8978


I 6170
Baker
MH on private
1/2 acre
3 bd/ 2 ba in quiet
area near Mickey's.
New front porch and
big back deck/ remod-
eled. No pets/ref. req./1
mo & DD. $550.00 mo.
call 5376428/emall:
tjtaylor0127@yahoo.com
Crestview Large
2BR/2BA on nice pri-
vate lot $495. mo. +
dd Call 362-9845 -
Holt
Trailer for rent
3 bdr/2ba on 1 acre not
too far from 110 exit &
gas station/store. Big
back deck,& new: AC
skirting, front porch. No
pets/ Ref./ 1 mo & DD
req. $550 mo. call


537-6428/ email:
tjtaylor0127@yahoo.com



NEW Beachfront Bou-
tique Hotel on Laguna
Beach, Panama City
Beach, FL. Fully fur-
nished condominium
style villas directly on
Gulf. Pet friendly. Call
for Free Night Special
(800)234-1788 or
www.pineapplevillas
onlagunaboach.com.


I REU. ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare




A GREAT
DEAL?

602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
be, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994. Kitchen re-,
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances. Corner FP in
LR wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754



Bank Owned 'Prop-
erties Free" Lists
I Cellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500

Destin
Destiny West,
By Owner '
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
,stucco,, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.


LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651.0987


71so
Back On Market! Lake
Access Estate 6.4 Ac-
$38,400 includes Boat
Parking! (sold for
$59,900)' Investor
Walked from downpmtIl
Beautiful building site
close' to private fishing
lake. Quiet country rd
frontage, utilities, war-
ranty deed. Low financ-
ing. Call before its'
gone (888)792-5253,
x3021.




Crestview- 2.5 acres,
asking $48,500 Off
Poverty Creek Road.
850-375-2351 or
850-375-2425
Lakefront Bargainl 135
Acres (was $269,900)
Now Only $179,900.
Nicely wooded with
dockable deep water-
front on Warrior Lake.
Perfect for outdoor rec-
reation/ hunting/ fish-
ing. Convenient access
1-20. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now
(800)564-5092, x1492


7160



0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344



Getyour share ofhe

Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call- Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758


NW roOA
New Govern-
ment Finaricing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
roomsl Rates as low as
S4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OKI Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758
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8100- Antique & Callectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 *D Sailboats
8240 Boat& Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircrafl/Aviation
8320 ATV/Of Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes "


Acura Integra 96 $650!
Honda Civic 96 $500!
Toyota Camry 97 $7001
Ford 'Taurus 98 $500!
Police Impounds! For
listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9275



2000 Nissan Xterra
$2800. Call 398-5751


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2008 NEW SALEEN 331 SUPERCHARGED SUPERCREW
17 1 ..No Options Missed pn this Truck
..MSRP $60,950
e mISale Price $48,950
Total Savings $12,000
OR 0% up to 60 months /1.9% 72 months


2009 NEW FORD FUSION E8'.9634
Automatic, Pwr Moonroof, Sync,
Rear Spoiler
MSRP $22,865
Sale Price $17,500
Total Savings $5365


2008 NEW FORD TAURUS LIMITED
MSRP $31,595
Sale Price $24,900
Total Savings $6,695
OR 0% up to 60 mos/1.9% 72 mos


2008 NEW FORD SPORT TRACK LIMITED #60328 2009 NEW FORD FOCUS #70196
MSRP $29,875 MSRP $17,690
Sale Price $2375 Sale Price $13,800
Total Savings $6,500 Total Savings $3890


2008 NEW FORD EDGE SEt #21060
Navigation, Leather, Reverse
Sensing System, More Extras,
MSRP $32,375
Sale Price $25,375
Total Savings $7,000
OR 0% up to 72 months


2009 NEW FORD F-150 #57841
V8, Automatic
MSRP $22,140
Sale Price $18,400
Total Savings $3740


Trade in Chrysler, Jeep, Plymouth receive additional incentive up to $1000.


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P7301A
P7428
P7432
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P7320
P7284
9T014B
P7318
P7237
P7408
8T292A.
P7300
P7420
P7396
P7412
P7352
R7400
R7402
P7289
8T456A
R7344
R7330
P7430
P7434
R7333
R7334.
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Ford ' Mustang. $6,995
Ford Focus SE $7,900
Ford Taurus SE $8,900
Mercedes-Benz E Class 1 Owner $8,900
Chrysler Sebring Touring Convt Leather, Auto $9,700
Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ Leather, Roof $9,825
Dodge Caliber -$9,895
Hyundai Sonata v6, Modnroof $9,900
Ford '- Fushion $10,375
Mazda 3 $10,895
Ford Ranger Super Edge V6, Auto $11,600
Nissian Mazima $11,795
Mitsubishi Galant ES 4Dr Sedan ES $11,995
Chrysler PT Cruiser Contvertible $12,300
Ford' Escape XLT $12,900
Ford Ranger Supercab Edge V6, Auto $12,900
Nissan Sentra $12,900
Ford Focus SES $13,200
Ford Focus SES Wagon 4Dr Wagon SES $13,200
Ford Focus SES Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, Sync $13,995
SuZuki SX4 Touring Package $13,995
Ford Focus SES Lthr, Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, Sync $14,500
Ford Mustang Premium Lthr, Auto, Spoiler $14,795
chevrolet Colorado Crewcab LS Z71 $14,900
Chrysler Town & Country LX $14,900
Ford Focus $14,995
Ford Focus SE $14,995
Mini Cooper S $15,600


P7395 2007
P7419 2007
R7332 2008
R7339 2008
R7346 2008
P7433 2008
P7409 2007
P7319A, 2006
R7336 2009
R7399 2007
R7335 2000
R7325 2009
R7348 2008
R7426 2006-
R7337 2008
P7435 2009
R7425 2007
9F022B 2007
P7429 2009
P7350 2009
P7421 2008
R7345 2008
R7423 2008
R7422 2006
P7354 2007
P7418 2009
9T087B 2006
R7424 2006


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F150 Reg Cab V6, Auto, Low Miles $15,900
Grand Vitara Luxury $15,900
Grand Marquis LS Leather $15,995
Grand Marquis LS Leather $15,995
Mustang $16,800
Grand Caravan SXT Stow & Go $16,900
Mustang Convt. Premium Auto, Lthr $17,300
Mustang GTSaleen Supercharger $17,895
Mustang $17,895
Freestyle SEL 4Dr Wagon SEL FWD $17,900
Escape XLT4WD $17,995
Malibu LT $18,600
Escape XLT4WD .$19,600
Expedition Eddie Bauer Loaded $19,800
Explorer XLT3rd Row Seat $19,895
Malibu LT Leather $19,900
Explorer Sport Trac XLT $19,900
Camry Hybird $19,900
Altima 2.5S 5K Miles, Like New! $20,700
Xterra $20,700
Prius Hybrid $20,800
MKZ Leather $21,395
Edge SEL $21,600
F150 Supercrew Lariat $22,600
300C Leather, Like New! $22,900
Mustang GT $25,400
F150 Supercrew Lariat 4WD $25,900
Navigator Ultimate Loaded!!! $25,900


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