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Crestview native proposes state anthem


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
TALLAHASSEE Floridians who
think Stephen Foster's "The Old Folks
at Home" is outdated, but who cringe at
the maudlin treade of "Florida: Where
the Sawgrass Meets the Sky" have an
agreeable alternative to the state song
- whatever it will be thanks to a
multifaceted Crestview son.
Last week State Rep. Dave "Murzin
(R-Pensacola) filed HB 463, which would
adopt "Oh Florida, My Sweet Home" as
the official state anthem. The tune was
penned by Crestview native Graham
W. Fountain and Warren L. Halstrom of
Tallahassee.
"The Old Folks at Home" (a.k.a
"The Swanee [sic] River") currently is
the official state song. However, its line,
"Still longing for the old plantation," is
too suggestive of the antebellum era for
some.
When Gov. Charlie Christ refused to
have the song played at his inauguration,
a movement began to replace the state
song. Nearly 250 proposed songs were
received by the Florida Music Educators
Association. Three made the final cut.
When online polling concluded Jan.
11, the winner was "Florida: Where the


Sawgrass Meets the Sky." '
State Sen. Tony Hill, D-Jacksonville,
and Rep. Ed Homan, R-Tampa, are jointly
sponsoring the legislation to make it the
new official state song.
Murzin's legislation would designate
Fountain's song as the state anthem,
rather than state song.
"This anthem is separate and apart
from the debate regarding 'Old Folks at
Home,'" said Murzin. "Our goal would
be to see the state anthem and the state
song coexist, just as 'The Star Spangled
Banner' and 'God Bless America'
coexist."
One of the supporters of Fountain
- and his song is his former band
teacher at Crestview High School, 'David
LCadle, who is now the city's mayor.
"He's a hard worker who gets things
done," Cadle said. "Graham has an
irrepressible personality that has served
him well throughout his career."
Composing the proposed state
anthem "was a kind of a labor of love,"
said Fountain.
When he traveled the state as director
of law enforcement for the Department
of Transportation, he'd interact with a
wide range of citizens.
See TUNE A3


Two local schools noted in national magazine
Laurel Hill, Baker earn bronze medals
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When U.S. News & World Report started scouring
the nation for America's best high schools, it found
two of the top 1,000 (out of more than 18,000
surveyed) in northern OkaloosA County.
The high school programs at Baker School and
Laurel Hill School were praised for their students'
preparation for college and facing the "real
world."
"Remarkably, neither I nor the principals got any
direct notification (that the prestigious weekly news
magazine was conducting their research)," said
Okaloosa School District Director of Curriculum
and Instruction Dr. Diane Kelley.
"But we looked on the Internet, and we learned
they had indeed been nominated."
The magazine awarded schools gold, silver and
Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin bronze medals based upon a number of factors.
Laurel Hill School was one of two schools to receive a bronze medal
as one of the nation's "very best" public high schools. See SCHOOLS A3


Sarvis gets


15 years


in death of


daughter

Tom McLaughlin
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Crestview resident
Derrick Adam Sarvis has
been ordered to serve
15 years in prison for
killing his 14-month-old
daughter by throwing
her across the room.
Prosecutors accepted
a plea of manslaughter Derrick Adam
in the case Thursday.
The case was slated Sarvis
to go to trial Monday.
The background
Sarvis was arrested Jan. 24,2007, when an
autopsy revealed that his daughter Nicole
had died the night before after suffering a
blow to the head.
Sarvis told city police that he was
sweeping the kitchen when the baby
crawled toward a pile of trash.
He admitted picking her up and throwing
her into another room, where she hit her
head on a tile floor, Crestview investigators
said. -
The injuries were consistent with the
story Sarvis had provided, Assistant State
Attorney Bobby Elmore said.
The reaction
Elmore said he believed the maximum
sentence he obtained on the charge was
probably the best he could have expected.
"I felt like that was the likely sentence in
a case that wasn't an aggravated battery,"
he said. "She wasn't beaten or stomped.
This was a momentary loss of control."


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Crestview News Bulletin
An "amazing" turnout highlighted
the Crestview Relay For Life kickoff
event Jan. 10 at the American Legion.
American Cancer
Society community
1 representative
S Pam Kartman
REL A said about
RILAY B80 people
FOkR LIFE attended
the event.
"It was
amazing,"
Kartman


said. "According to: one of our
volunteers, who has been with the.
Relay 11 out of 12 years, this is the-
largest turnout she has ever seen.
"The energy was incredible and
everyone had a great time."
Daniel Richards (father of
Children's Honorary Chair Caleb
Richards) and North Okaloosa Medical
Center Marketing Director Lynn Yorte
were guest speakers
Daniel Richards shared the story of
his son's courageous winning battle.
with cancer.
The CrestviewRelay forLife currently


has 25 teams registered. Fifteen teams
were registered at this time last year
The teams brought in a total of
$4,151, with Duke It Out bringing in the
most money ($993).
This year's event goal is $170,000.
Crestview Relay For Life will hold
a Survivor Ice Cream Social and Bingo
on Jan. 31 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the
American Legion.
All cancer survivors are invited and
may bring a guest. Please RSVP by Jan.
25 to 850-244-3813.
The next Team Meeting is set for
6 p.m. Feb. 7 at the American Legion.


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CPD cruiser damaged in drug bust


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW A Crestview
Police Department drug bust
near Central Baptist Church
netted five defendants but cost
the temporary loss of a police
cruiser.
After a period of surveillance,
Street Crimes Unit officers
moved in on a residence at
398 East Lee Ave. on Friday
evening.
"We did a reverse drug sting
at the house," explained Lt.
Joseph Floyd, commander of
the unit.
Arrested on various drug
charges, including distributing
marijuana within 1,000 feet of a
place of worship and possession
with intent to sell within 1,000
feet of a place of worship, were
Ferrin V. Cox Jr, 25, and Dwight
Lonnie Dobson, 21, both of
Crestview.
Kimberly Denise Stewart,
.36, of Crestview was arrested
for possession of a controlled
substance when a search by a
female police officer revealed 16
Lortab pills.
For possession of marijuana,
Scott BriatV Stewart, 37, and
RaymondMacFountain, 49, were
issued notices to appear. Stewart
was also cited for possession of


drug paraphernalia.
While resisting officers,
Kimberley Stewart was slightly
injured and required medical
attention.
Dobson, who was caught
when he arrived at the residence
following the initial arrests, was
also arrested for obstruction
and fleeing when he attempted
to leave the scene in a rented
Toyota Tundra pick-up truck.
"The defendant rapidly
accelerated ... then struck an
unmarked Crestview Police
Department patrol vehicle in
his attempt to flee," the arrest
report stated.
The police car sustained
considerable front-end damage
in the crash.
"We don't really go out
looking for situations like
this where there's property
damage," explained Floyd.
"It's the drug dealers and users
who put themselves in these
situations. We're acting as we're
trained in reaction to the actions
of the violators."
A search of Dobson's vehicle
discovered approximately a
gram of crack cocaine in the
truck.
"We hope the message gets
out that we're going to continue
to be aggressive on drug
enforcement," Floyd said.


Council takes no action


on OSTF
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Old Spanish Trail
Festival will stay dry for
another year, barring a
change of heart by the
Crestview City Council.
The council voted to take
no action on request for an
ordinance revision that
woulc ,h'e alloqdsale of
alcoh oc,4,b1yerggps: at the
annual .tival.
The motion to take no
action passed by a 3-2 vote
Monday during the council
meeting at City Hall.
Chip Wells and Linda
Parker were in dissent.
Mac Mackendree
approached the council in
December and asked the
city to consider allowing
alcoholic beverages to be
served during the Old
Spanish Trail Festival.
The council was
presented with options to
take no action on the request,
to prepare an ordinance
revision removing the
alcohol prohibition at
city parks, or to prepare
an ordinance revision
providing for exceptions to
the ordinance.
Wells and Parker
expressed interest in


beverage
allowing alcoholic beverage
sales at the event as a means
of helping the festival
generate revenue.
Both made it clear they
sought a sensible one-
time exemption and not
wholesale changes to the
current ordinance that
prohibits alcohol at city
parks.
"I';n in favor of this,"
Wells' said. "But I'm in
favor 'of proceeding with
caution."
Added Parker: "I'm not
in favor of rewriting the
ordinance ... but the (OSTF)
committee seemed to feel it
could generate revenue."
City Attorney Ben Holley
pointed out possible issues
in making an ordinance
exemption for just one
group. He also raised
liability concerns.
Council ,member Lillie
Conyers asked how the
city would make up the
estimated $6,000 needed for
additional police presence.
Bob Allen made the
motion to take no action.
Conyers and Brenda Bush
sided with Allen in the
majority.
There were no public
comments from the floor.
The issue has stirred


request
emotions in the past.
In other business:
The council was
surprised to hear Waste
Management, the city's
former trash pickup
contractor, was claiming
more than $400,000 in
outstanding fees. City Clerk
Janice Young assured the
council the situation had
been addressed. -
*1 Public Works Director
Wayne Steele introduced
Wade Lane as the city's
new assistant public works
director. Lane previously
served in a similar capacity
in Escambia County.
The council approved
an ordinance to vacate
an alleyway between the
Burger King and First
Baptist Church property
between U.S. 90 and
Mapoles Street.
The council approved
authorization for Moore
Bass Consulting to conduct
a traffic impact fee study
for the city.

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SCHOOLS continued from Al


"Among those were the
graduates sent out from the
school, and how many of
them got into upper level
universities, and how many
enter the private sector or
industry," Kelley said.
According to the
magazine's Web site, U.S.
News & World Report analyzed


academicandenrollmentdata
from more than 18,000 public
high schools to find the very
best across the country. These
top schools were placed into
gold, silver, or bronze medal
categories.
Laurel Hill and Baker
schools were each awarded
bronze medals for their


achievement.
"It was all about how
they prepare their upper
level students," Kelley said.
"Interestingly, they are our
two K-through-12 schools.
"Per capita they do a
fantastic job in preparing
their students for the world
past high school."


TUNE continued from Al


"I just saw the vast group
of different people who
make up our state, whether
they came from Cuba or
up north or were Bubbas
like us," Fountain said. "I
started thinking we need a
anthem that's easy to sing,
whether you're a musician
or not; something that talks
about the people who came
here and the people who
are here now."
Graham is quick to point
out he appreciates the
current state song.
" "As a student of history, I
respect what the legislature
did when they adopted
a joint resolution naming
'Old Folks at Home,'" he
said.


He also appreciates that
the tune isn't always easy
to perform, and saw the
opportunity to create a
tune to augment it without
diminishing its historic
value to the state.
"Many Florida citizens,
and some state legislators,
want to keep in place the
resolution designating
'The Swanee River' as the
state song," Fountain said,
"while selecting a new
musical work that serves as
an official 'anthem' fitting to
be sung by school children,
performed on piano, or
by bands and at all public
events."
Collaborating with
Halstrom, his church's


creative arts pastor, "Oh
Florida, My Sweet Home"
was penned.
"We've really had a
great time making this song
together," said Fountain,
who is now president of his
own Tallahassee advocacy
and lobbying firm.
To read lyrics for "Oh
Florida, My Sweet Home,"
visit our Web site, www.
crestviewbulletin.com. To
express support for making
the song our official state
anthem, contact your state
legislators.
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Dwight Lonnie
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Kimberly Denise
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2008








Heresa sampling of what people had
to say about recent north Okaloosa
County news topics. Comments
were collected from Florida Freedom
Newspapers and Web sites.

Topic: Florida Highway Patrolman
William Tiller saved the life of toddler
by administering CPR
"Everyone reading this story should be
inspired to take a CPR course. CPR -
three letters that that can literally change
a life! Such a simple thing to do."
.


"Great job Trooper Tiller! All I can say
is that God was with that little boy and
his family, and thank God for that officer.
This is the kind of story we need more
of" *

Topic: Vandals cause more
than $10,000 damage to Walker
Elementary
"Who suffers when thugs do this
type of thing? The children, of course.
The money to replace and repair has
to come from the school district, which
means there is less money going directly
towards education. It's a shame."

Topic: The county plans to step up
efforts to collect pet license fees
"PAWS is top notch and provides
quality care for pets. Their staff is most
helpful and provides the community a
great service. Hopefully the county can
get cooperation for the fees.".

"This is notithe way taxes and..'
governmentwork. If thaishease only
criminals will fund thepolice and parents
will pay for our schools. Animal control
is an important part of society, and
should be funded accordingly. It is just
another civil program, like the police, fire'
department, or FWCO".

Topic: The Melissa Howard murder
aseremlns unsolved after two
years.
"Crestview Police dropped the baltb ,
this case. Maybe the FBI might find the
killer."



hired on somewhere and put your time





NEVER been found or identified. I guess
it will be like the (O.J.) Simpson case.
Forever and a day before the jerk is
found, or never found. I feel so sorryP
for her family. This has been so hard
on them. I would definitely want justice
served for their healing, but then again,
you can never heal up from something,.
like this. It sticks in your heart and mind
forever."

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your
comment on a topikrof local interest to
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com or post a
comment at crestviewbulletin.com.


Linus Van Pelt said it best
in "It's the Great Pumpkin,
Charlie Brown":
"There are three things I
have learned never to discuss
with people: religion, politics
and the Great Pumpkin."
Linus was wrong about
the existence of the Great
Pumpkin. He also was wrong
about avoiding discussion of
religion or politics at all times.
A newspaper needs a strong
church page and a strong
editorial page. We are taking
steps to improve both sections.

Talking religion
We hope to make church
news more prevalent in our
Saturday edition.
You will continue to see


"From the Pulpit" by Michael
Green Jr. and the weekly
church events listing.
Continue to look for the
complete listing on church
services on the first Saturday
of each month.
We started a weekly series
of church news and features
this past Saturday. The series
started with the article on the
free meals for the homeless,
hosted by First Presbyterian
Church of Crestview.
You also saw a "Sign of
Faith," a weekly photo of
unique church marquees in
north Okaloosa County.
If you have an idea for a
church-related article, or if you
see a clever church sign, let us
know.


What's new at the Courthouse


THE

P o p with Sgt. Rik Herd

If you have visited the Okaloosa complet
County Courthouse Annex lately, 4. Do
you may have been one of the many way I ex
citizens asking "What's going on?" No.
Designers were thinking in terms the side
of convenience, hot security, when Bank, bi
the Annex was built in Shalimar more location
than 30 years ago. Park anywhere, turnstile
and you'd be near one of the seven 5. W
wide-open entrances to a shopping- pocket
center type complex with open Leav
breezeways. goes for
As of Dec. 17, however, all public screwdr
entry to the Courthouse Annex is that mig
through one entry, where security weapon
officers check people,, purses, and bring w
packages with a metal detector and goes.
x-ray. 6. Ca
"Here are sott6ef the questiorts" for me i
we've heard since the change: ticket?
1. Was there an incident that Sorry
prompted this change? pocketk
Yes, several, at courthouses across prohibit
the country. Fortunately, none of them it. That's
were at this facility. X-ray m
2. Is this related to 9/11? file you
No. In case after case across youren
the nation, what h appened before i
S at courthouse facilities are not metal di
S preplanned terrorist attacks, but return t
S ordinary citizens who just snap 7. Ca
Sunder stress ... and just happen to me?
have a pocketknife or other available Yes.
weapon on them at the moment. courtho
3. Why is this being done now? security
It should have been done long There's
ago. Most courthouses have had routinel
controlled single-point entry for So fa
years. First-time visitors to either of going si
Okaloosa County's two courthouse few, anc
venues had often expressed busy ho
astonishment. "Somebody's going machine
to get killed here," they would have be'
say. Improvements came first at
Crestview. Single point entry with
screening has been used with success Rick Ho
at the Okaloosa County Courthouse Sheriff's


Talking politics
We have a simple goal for
the News Bulletin editorial
page: We want 100 percent of
the content generated by local
residents and News Bulletin
writers.
We'll be phasing in several
new editorial page features
over the next few weeks, all
designed to get you talking.
You'll find the debut
"Hubbub" on today's editorial
page. We put a north Okaloosa
County twist on the popular
"Spouting Off" run in the
Northwest Florida Daily
News, our Florida Freedom
Newspapers sister newspaper.
The goal is to present a mix of
views on the issues important
to people in this community.


Annex?


in Crestview since March
1. The Annex in Shalimar
posed more complex
challenges, requiring
another nine months to
te the project.
SI have to leave the same
entered?
fou enter via a checkpoint on
of Annex that faces Regions
iut you may exit at either that
or any of three other one-way
.s.
hat should I do with my
nife?
e it in your vehicle. The same
sharp nail files, box cutters,
ivers, and anything else
ght be considered a potential
a. In fact, the fewer items you
ith you, the faster the process

n you hold my pocketknife
while I go in to pay a traffic

y, but if we take your
nife, screwdriver, or other
ted item, we can't return
s what happens when the
machine finds the sharp nail
forgot was in your purse. If
member to remove the item
t goes through the X-ray or
detector, you'll have a chance to
t your car and store it.
n I bring my drink in with

While the process at the
use may resemble an airport
check, it's not quite the same.
no need to pour out drinks or
y remove shoes.
r, the process appears to be
smoothly. Complaints are
i with the exception of one
ur on a day when the X-ray
e was out of service, delays
en minimal.

rd is with the Okaloosa County
s office.


Letters to the Editor & Guest Editorials

based on North Okaloosa County topics are also welcome. Submit them to us at 295 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536; fax to (850) 682-6524, or e-mail them to kylew@crestviewbulletin.com.
Include your name, address, and day and evening phone numbers. Letters must be signed.


We soon will implement
a feature honoring the good
deeds done by people in north
Okaloosa County.
We always are looking for
more letters to the editor and
guest columns.
If you have an opinion
about a local issue, we want to
hear it. If you know someone
who deserves a pat on the back
for a good deed, we want to
recognize that person. Just give
us a call or drop us an e-mail.
We'll save the discussion
about the Great Pumpkin for
another column.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor. Contact him atq
682-6524, or send an e-mail to,
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com. ;


THIS XEEK'
IN LOCAL HISTORY
Ann Spann

From the Okaloosa

Messenger

The Okaloosa Messenger, with the
motto, "Blind As A Bat To Everything
But Right," reported in the Jan. 21, 1937
issue:
Fiddlers Convention and Hoe


Calling No -Y
Contest,

26th at the
Baker school
auditorium.
Admission
10 cents, SUNDAY
fiddlers, first '
prize, $5.00, -AT-
Hog callers,
first prize CRESTVIEW
$1.00.
e"L &N AIRPORT
Railroad to -IN-
re-build a
freight depot LAR GE
of some kind
at Milligan to TRI -MOTOR
take the place
of a depot AIRLINER
which burned
at that place
a few weeks Oc
ago.
Robert "1:00 A. M. TO lt:00 A. M.
Martin, who
built Mar- 50.
Camp Tavern, i
one mile West L 1:00 to 2:00 P. M.
of Crestview .
on State Road 60c
90 and has 2:;0 P. M. Until Dark
been leasing
the building NIGHT RIDES
for the past
two years, 80
has taken
over the place TRIPS TO THE GULF
of business AND RETURN
himself. He .
will continue
to furnish A GOVERNMENT
good music
for those LICENSED
who wish to
dance and The ad shown here ran in the
pass away the Jan. 21, 1937 issue of The
time. Okaloosa Messer jer.


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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


CHS test

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW SAT and
ACT scores from 2007 show
Crestview High School
students are well above
national and state averages.
According to statistics
presented at the Monday
meeting of the Okaloosa
School District by Dr.
Diane Kelley, director of
curriculum and instruction,
CHS students' combined
SAT math and critical
reading mean test scores
were 1053.
The national average
was 1017. The state average
was 993.
"What we've seen is an
increase in our scores and
an increase in the numbers
of our students looking


scores surpass si

at taking the exams," help them prepare for these
Crestview High School exams, and to encourage
Principal Ed Coleman kids to take the opportunity
said. "Any time any of our to take these exams to
students does anything, see if they can have the
we want them to perform opportunity to continue
well, and we are striving their educations."
to make sure our students Under the Florida
and parents are aware of Bright Futures Scholarship
the tools and resources we Program, Florida academic
have available." scholars who earn 100
Crestview High percent tuition scholarships,
surpassed Fort Walton must attain an SAT score of
Beach High School by 13 1270.
points, but was five points A score of at least 970
behind Choctawhatchee is sufficient to become a
High. Niceville was the Medallion Scholar, eligible
county's top scoring school for 100 percent tuition to
with 1069 points, a community college or 75
"You can always strive percent tuition to a state
to do better," Coleman said. university.
"I hope we can continue Okaloosa County
to have those tools and averages consistently
resources available for topped national and state
students and parents to averages.


tate and national averages


In math, the county
average of 529 surpassed
the national 515 average
and state 496 average.
In reading, Okaloosa
students averaged 530
points, compared with
502 nationally and 497
statewide.
In writing, the county
average was 503, topping
the national 494 average
and state 479 average.
According to tables
presented by Kelley, when
broken down by ethnicity,
area white, Asian and
Puerto Rican students
tended to score better in
the SAT than their Mexican,
Latino and black peers.
In the ACT, which
also includes a science
component, Okaloosa
students continued the


trend of surpassing their
national and state peers in
readiness for college-level
work.
In the English compon-
ent, county students
averaged about 73 percent,
compared with 68 percent
nationally and 60 percent
statewide.
In algebra, Okaloosa
students performed
slightly better than national
students (45 percent versus
43 percent). The statewide
average was 36 percent.
In social science, area
students achieved 60
percent readiness for
college work, compared to
53 percent nationally and
46 statewide.
In biology, Okaloosa
students slipped below the
national average with about


27 percent to the national 28
percent. Okaloosa students
still topped the state 20
percent average.
The ACT scores showed
more progress is necessary
in preparing students for
college-level work, but
students have a "27 percent
greater chance of meeting
the college readiness
benchmark" if they take
biology, chemistry and
physics classes, according
to the presentation.
"Only 11 percent of the
students who take algebra
I, geometry and algebra II
meet the benchmark," the
report states, "compared
with 73 percent of those
who also take trigonometry
and calculus, or 57 percent
who also take trigonometry
and an advanced math."


-a What we don't see can hurt us


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
CHS resource officer Cpl. Greg Porch (left) and Principal Ed Coleman (right) thank
Crestview Police Lt. Wayne Grandstaff, Precision Auto Body's Joanne Smiley, and
Crestview Paint & Body owner Ed Lowe for their participation in December DUI
awareness programs.


DUI program deemed a success


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview High School's
pre-holiday DUI awareness
assemblies in December
seem to have had the
desired effect.
"The presentations went
well," said Cpl. Greg Porch
of the Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office, the school's resource
officer.
"During the holidays
we didn't experience any
traffic crashes or fatalities
involving our students,"
Porch said.
In gratitude, Thursday


afternoon Porch and CHS
Principal Ed Coleman
presented certificates
Sof appreciation to local
business leaders and law
enforcement officers whose
organizations contributed
to the programs' success.
Accepting awards
were Ed Lowe, owner
of Crestview Paint &
Body, and Joanne Smiley,
representingPrecisionAuto
Body, whose respective
firms provided the school
with display cars wrecked
by drunken drivers.
Lt. Wayne Grandstaff
of the Crestview Police


"During the holidays
we didn't experience
any traffic crashes or
fatalities involving our
students."
Cpl. Greg Porch.

Department accepted the
school's appreciation for
police demonstrations at
CHS using goggles that
reproduce the effects of
alcohol impairment.
"Everything you all
do is really appreciated
by Crestview High
School," Coleman told the
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because there is so much to
do and there are so many
things to see. What adults
and parents worry about is
what you don't see. They
worry about things like
online predators or sex
offenders.
I know this is a little
hard to consume, but it
happens, and we all need
to come to this realization.
That is why Miss
America spoke to students
in the Okaloosa County
area about Internet Safety.
Miss America has created
three rules:
1. Don't talk to
strangers.
2. Don't share any
personal information.
3. Involve adults,
teachers, parents, or
school administrators


when problems arise.
Many students in our
area have MySpace or
Facebook accounts. Here
are some tips for those
accounts.
1. Lock all pictures,
profile pages, friends, and
comments.
2. Don't put any
information about
your school, school
teams, friends, or any
extracurricular activities.
Most of us get annoyed
when our parents read
our e-mails or a message.
Well, it turns out it's not
a bad thing. Computers
watched by parents or
kept in high traffic areas
keeps children at less risk
to go to inappropriate Web
sites or do inappropriate
things.
I bet you think the
delete button means gone
forever? Well, remember
that Miss America let us


in on a little secret: delete
just means gone from your
memory, but it is saved in
search engines all over the
Internet. When you go to
college or go to get a job
they see your past Internet
activity and that can cost
you your dream job or
school.
I know you have heard
about bullying, but there
is also a thing called cyber
bullying. Cyber bullying
is just like playground
bullying that we all
know, except it is through
text messages, instant
messages, e-mails, or
messages. If you have been
cyber bullied or you are
cyber bullying, then you
need to seek help because
it is illegal. If you need help
or need to get news about
to protect yourself from
other Internet problems,
you can visit www.cox.
com/takecharge.


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breakfast meeting Thursday,
Jan. 17. at 7:30 a.m. at
Michael's Caf6 (450 N. Main
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Guest speaker Derek Lott, vice
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WALKER EVENTS: Class
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Student holidays are Friday,
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Honors assemblies will be
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9:45 10:15 a.m., 2nd, 1-1:30
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City of Crestview
crime reports
12/5: Jeffrey Allen Brandenburg,
20, 713 Majestic Prince Court,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic violence/battery. *
Kenneth R. Nettles, 38, of 210 Aza
Place, Crestview, was charged
with battery on an emergency
physician.
12/6: A summons was issued for
Albert R. Faulkner, 43, of Crestview,
on a charge of obstructing or
hindering a highway solicitation
without permit. A summons was
issued for Sheena L. Holmes, 25, of
57 Beech Lane, DeFuniak Springs
on a charge of operating a motor
vehicle without a validli cense.
Sallie McLean Bender, 46, fo399 S.
Spring St., Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance. M.C. Dickinson, 86, of
406 E. Griffin Ave., Crestview, was
charged with one count each of
trafficking in a controlled substance
(Hydrocodone) of more than 14
grams and less than 29 grams and
trafficking in a controlled substance
(Hydrocodone) of more than 4
grams and less than 14. Willie
Mae Williams, 52, of 795 Barrow
Street, Crestview, was charged
with one count each of trafficking
in Hydrocodone, possession of
controlled substance Alprazolam,
and possession of legend drugs
without a prescription.
12/7: Steffon Dametrious Brown,
24, of 661 Bressler St., Crestview,
was charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
12/8: Tracy Couch, 35 of 1304
E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first offense.
* Jason Lee Able, 32, of 104 Lea
Place, Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoked, second offense. Gill
McGee Jr., 19, of 405 West Cobb
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery (domestic
violence). Craig A. Barr, 34, of
4793 Coronado Circle, Crestview,
was charged with harassing
communication phone calls. *
Carrie Amanda Richburg, 20, of
4654 Middlesbrooks Road, Holt,
was charged with retail theft. *
Stephen W. Mehaffey, 22, of 2798
Richburg Lane, Crestview, was
charged with fraud attempt to
obtain controlled substance.
12/9: Ronnie Warren Adams, 38,
of 273 Oakview Place, Crestview,


was charged with driving under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
12/11: Buddy Dale Causey, 48, of
596 Broke Ave., was charged with
retail theft. A Crestview 17-year-
old was charged with burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling, possession
of burglary tools with intent to use,
and grand theft totaling $300 or
more, but less than $5,000, violation
of a driver's license restriction.
* A 14-year-old was charged with
possession of burglary tools and
grand theft totaling $300 or more,
but less than $5,000. A 16-year-
old was charged with possession
of burglary tools and grand theft
totaling $300 or more, but less than
$5,000.
12/12: Steven Andre Allen,
47, of 106 Suddeth Circle, Fort
Walton Beach, was charged with
trespassing after warning. A
summons was issued for Thomas
Roy Walker, 61, 6549 U.S. Highway
3939 N., Crestview, on a charge of
retail theft.
12/13: Yohundra Lamonta
Frederick, 30, of 898 S. McClelland
St., Crestview was charged with
trespassing after notice. Deundra
Constai Frederick, 30, of 898
McClelland St., Crestview, was
charged with driving while license
suspended or revoked (habitual
traffic violator) and resisting arrest
without violence. Deaundros
Laron Blackshear, 19, of 214 Barr
Place, Crestview, was charged with
trespassing after warning. Daniel
Adam Kenton, 24, of 546 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview Irmnn Room
#107, Crestview, was charged with
possession of marijuana with intent
to distribute and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Gary Michael
Hansmann, 22, of 4050 Woolmac
Drive, Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
12/14: Bill Stone, 47, at large, was
charged with disorderly conduct.
12/15: Harold Duane Moore,
47, of 507 S. Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia,
tampering with/destroying
evidence and resisting an officer
without violence. Paul Raymond
Lavallee, 59, was charged with
refusing to sign a traffic citation.
* Edward William Wallace, 45, of
158 Cross Drive, Crestview, was
charged with battery (domestic
violence). Andrew Charles
Scoles, 20, of 381 Johns Road, Holt,
was charged with possession of a


controlled substance with intent to
sell.
12/16: Lawrence Hamilton
Sykes, 43, of 249 W. Bowers Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with fraud
- insufficient funds check.
12/17: Del James Collins, 35, of
251 Grand Prix Drive, Crestview,
was charged ,with attempting to
obtain a controlled substance by
fraud. Angela Michelle Booker,
33, of 5711 Old River Road, Baker,
was charged with retail theft. *
Stephen Daniel Matthews, 24,
of 796 Broxson Road, Holt, was
charged with retail theft. William
C. Burrell, 45, of 197 Ratliff St.,
Crestview, was charged with
operating a motor vehicle without
a valid license.
12/18: Daphne Scott Baker, 34,
of 229 Kennedy Dr., Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear for
driving while license suspended,
first offense. Matthew J. Olivo,
20, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid
license. Lisa Ann Gomillion, 27,
of 124 Edgewater Drive, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked, first
offense.
12/19: Tiea Marie Duraso, 18, of
353 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
drug paraphernalia.
12/20: Medardo Antonio
Soriano, 36, of 53 Hummingbird
Lane, Crestview, was charged with
driving while license expired more
than four months. Donald Griffin,
28, of 417 Sullivan St., Fort Walton
Beach, was charged with one count
each of possession with intent to sell
cocaine and obstruction/resisting
arrest without violence. Jeremiah
Talbot, 21, of 1226 E. Chestnut
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
operating a motor vehicle without
a valid license. Gary J. Davis, 23,
of Lonnie Jack Drive, Crestview,
was charged with larceny theft of
$300 or more, but less than $5,000.
12/21: Jarvis Maurice
Skinner, 29, of 1412 Colorado St.,
Tallahassee, was charged with
driving while license suspended or
revoked, second offense. Sandra
Jean Williams, 44, of 5930 Buck
Ward Road, Baker, was charged
with driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
12/22: Cynthia MichelleAllen,33,
of 320 McCallum Ave., Crestview
was charged with possession of
drug paraphernalia. Kenneth
Alan Finney, 46, of 4701 Falcon


Way, Crestview, was charged with
possession of crack cocaine.
12/23: Wayne Edward
Grantham, 48, of 157 S. Main Street,
Crestview, was issued a notice to,
appear on a charge of possession
of drug paraphernalia. Gary N.
Weisz, 30, of 8060 Steel Mill Creek
Road, Laurel Hill, was charged'
with possession of marijuana. *
Douglas Eugene Frederick, 48,'
of 507 S. Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while,
license suspended, first offense. *
Debbie Dianne King, 48, of 96 Art
Strange Road, was charged with
possession of crack cocaine and,
drug paraphernalia.
12/24: John T. Cobb, 32, of 84"
Aurora St., Valparaiso, was charged
with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. Jesus Tirado
J. Arreola, 33, of 548 U.S. Highway
90 West, Crestview Inn, was5
charged with attempted murder. "
12/25: James Allen Feagin, 63;
of 3041 Jim Green Road, Crestview,
was charged with battery on a law
enforcement officer.
12/28: Brandon M. Duncan, 18,
of 5538 Aurora Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana,.,
possession of alcohol by a minorI
under 21 years old, and possessiorr'
of drug paraphernalia. Shaun:
RandallRoberts, 27, of 41 Tomahawk'
St., Niceville, was issued a notice to
appear on a charge of retail theft. *
Jolene Melissa Kroll, 20, of 405 W.
North Ave., Crestview, was issued
a notice to appear on a charge of-
retail theft.
12/29: Christopher James
Richard, 22, of 4661 Todd Road, was
charged with aggravated battery.
1/8: Tonita D. Jones, 19, of 602
McDonald St., Crestview, was
charged with aggravated battery.
with a deadly weapon.

Okaloosa Sheriff's :
Office crime reports
12/26: Corey Landan McComas,
20, of 1200 E. James Lee Blvd. o
Crestview, was charged with three"
counts of fraudulent use of a credit
card. Thomas G. Ellis, 49, of
1462 Rayburn St., Crestview, was
charged with being a fugitive from.
justice.
12/27: Jacob C. Dunnigan, 19,
of 9008 U.S. Highway 85 North,
Laurel Hill, was charged with gag,
drive off theft.


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Amanda Brook
Davidson and Samuel
"Heath" Owens were
united in marriage in
Crestview on Dec. 21,
2007.
Amanda is the
daughter of Doug
and Susan Davidson.
Samuel is the son
of Darrel and Helen
Salter.
Amanda is a
graduate of the
University of West
Florida, with a B.S.
in exercise science.
Heath is the owner
of Florida Stone
Concepts.


Edna June Hill
Edna June
Hill, age 78, of
Crestview, was
called home
to be with
our Lord and
Savior, Jesus,
on Sunday,
Jan. 13, 2008.
She was born
in Greenback, Tenn., and lived 32
years with her husband and daughter
in Pontiac, Mich., before moving to
Crestview in 1987 with her husband
after he retired from Pontiac Motors.
She was Southern Baptist by
faith, a devoted wife, mother and
grandmother. She fought a brave
20-year battle with Parkinson's
disease and will be greatly missed on
this earth.
Edna was preceded in death by her
parents, Isaac and Lela Ellen Keaton,
and a brother, Raymond Keaton.
Edna is survived by her husband
of 57 years, Baker Lee Hill; daughter,
Brenda Lynell Byrd and husband
Terry Lee Byrd; beloved only
granddaughter, Kaitlynn Marie Byrd;
brother, James Keaton. I
Floral arrangements are being
accepted.
A time of visitation will be held
today (Jan. 16) from 11 a.m. until 1


Newlyweds Amanda and Heath Owens"
will be celebrating their honeymoon in',
Pagosa Springs, Colo. 4


OBITUARIE


p.m. in the chapel of Brackney Funerala
Service. .4
Graveside services will be held a&
Heritage Gardens following visitation,
with Rev. Jim Jordan officiating,'
Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview,;
is in charge of arrangements.


Alma Gertrude

Williamson
Alma Williamson, age 97, passedO
away Friday, Jan. 11, 2008, in a.
Crestview health care facility.
A resident of Laurel Hill, she waj.'
the daughter of the late Lawrence
and Elizabeth Sanders Adams. Sh
retired from the lunchroom at Laure
Hilt School several years ago. Sh&44
loved to cook and was known for lhel'
cinnamon rolls. She was a member oc4
the Assembly of God Church. "
Survivors are two sons, Ralpl'
Williamson and wife Betty of LaurePl
Hill, and Ricky Williamson and.
wife Marsha of Andalusia, Ala.;a*
four grandchildren and two great-'
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 21
p.m. on Monday, Jan. 14 at Evans.'
Funeral Home in Florala with Rev.
Donnie Cadenhead officiating:,
Interment was in the Almarante:
Cemetery.


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Let's call this the tale 'of
two families.
In 1874 a member of
the New York State Prison
Board noticed six members
of the same family were
incarcerated at the same
time. The board did some
research, looking back a
few generations to try to
find the original couple
who initiated this tragic
family legacy.
They traced the family
back to an ancestor born
in 1720, a man considered
lazy and godless with a
reputation as the town'
troublemaker. He was
also an alcoholic and
viewed as having low
moral character. To make
matters worse, he married
a woman who was much
like himself. Together they
had six daughters and two
sons.
Here is what the
report revealed about
the approximately 1,200
descendants of this couple
who were alive by 1874:
310 were homeless.
160 were prostitutes.
180 suffered from drug
or alcohol abuse.
150 were criminals
who spent time in prison,
including seven for
murder.
- The report also found
the State of New York had
spent $1.5 million a
shockingly high number
at the time to care for
this line of descendants,
and not one had made a
significant contribution to
society.


"You may have tangible wealth untold;
Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold.
Richer than I you can never be -
I had a mother who read to me."


In contrast, another
family heritage was
studied involving a couple
who lived about the same
time. This second family
study began with the
famous preacher Jonathan
Edwards, who was born
in 1703. A deeply religious
man, he lived a life of
strong moral values and
became a minister and
dedicated family man. He
married a deeply religious
woman named Sarah who
shared his values. Together
they had 11 children.
Eventually, Edwards
became the president of
Princeton University.
Here is what researchers
discovered about the
approximately 1,400
descendants of Jonathan
and Sarah Edwards by
1874:
13 were college
presidents.
65 were college
professors.
100 were attorneys.
32 were state judges.
85 were authors of
classic books.
66 were physicians.
80 held political
offices, including three
state governors.
3 were state senators.
1 became vice
president of the United
States.
Do we think and act
generationally for the
good? Many people come
from family backgrounds
of defeatism, divorce,
pessimism, selfishness,
greed, anger, addictions,
laziness and illiteracy.
Unless the cycle is broken,


these traits will be passed
on. The choices and
decisions we make don't
affect just ourselves,
but also our children,
grandchildren and future
generations yet unborn.
If you came from a
family of non-readers, you
can be the one to change
that pattern. If you came
from a family of readers,
be sure to pass that love
of reading on to the next
generation.
I am reminded of the
Strickland Gillilan poem
Dear Abby often quotes
that ends:
You may have tangible
wealth untold;
Caskets of jewels and
coffers of gold.
Richer than I you can
never be -
I had a mother who read
to me.

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Lap Sit Jan. 22 will be
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The next Friends of
the Crestview Library
meeting will be Thursday
at 10:30 a.m. here in library
meeting room. Crestview
Mayor David Cadle will
be the guest speaker. The
public is invited to attend.

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If your books are
unread, your descendants
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years ago; the second best
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Address: 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
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Phone: 850.682.4432
Web site: www.
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The library will
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A neighborhood feeling

Shadow Pines offers custom and pre-built homes to hopeful homeowners


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The first thing you notice about
Crestview's Shadow Pines subdivision
is its feeling of an "all-American
neighborhood."
You can immediately envision girls
skipping rope, boys riding bikes, touch
football games on the lawn, moms sharing
gossip and dads swapping barbecue tips.
Only 14 of the 37 available lots have
homes on them, but the subdivision already
is infused with a sense of neighborhood
community.
Located off Villacrest Drive near P.J.
Adams Parkway, Alicia Drive makes a
graceful loop down the gentle hill through
Shadow Pines and back up. It's the kind of
street you'll find trick-or-treaters walking
up and down come Halloween.
The location south of 1-10 makes the
community suitably located for jobs both at
the south end of the county or in the north.
The tidy brick homes with their stucco or
siding accents are harmonious, but they're
far from cookie-cutter.
"We really focus on customer service.
We're amiable to changes," said Brian
Walsh, vice president and mortgage broker
of Key Lime Homes, the local developer
building Shadow Pines.
"We let customers selectmore amenities,"
Walsh said.
Does Shadow Pines offer a variety of
floor plans?
"Boy, oh boy, do we!" exclaimed sales
agent Celia Walker.
Homes range from 1,400 square feet to
2,400 square feet, ranging in price from
$230,000 to $260,000. Each has a two-car
garage with an 8-foot tall garage door to
accommodate larger pick-ups and SUVs.
Of the 14 currently built, .11 homes have
been sold and three are available to move
..right-in, Walker said. -
. Standard features and amenities include
solid surface "Livingstone" countertops;
custom wood cabinets, with included
designer hardware; 20-inch floor tile
in bathrooms, kitchen, entry and other
"wet areas"; 8-pound carpet pad (versus
standard 6-pound) to prolong carpet life;
and a microwave/range hood that vents
outside.
Construction features include DuPont
Tyvek Housewrap moisture barrier;
30-pound roofing felt (versus standard
15-pound), 3,000 p:s.i. concrete slabs
(versus standard 2,500 p.s.i.); and 5/8-inch
'Type X rated drywall on all ceilings (versus
standard half-inch).
Ceiling fans with light kits are in each
bedroom and living room. A living room
fireplace is standard. RG6 TV cable comes
in each bedroom and living room. CAT5
phone cable is wired into each bedroom
and the spacious kitchen.
In the larger homes, a room at the front
of the house can serve as a fourth bedroom
or a roomy office.
The spacious master bathroom has
a separate toilet, and separate tubs and
showers.
"We try to make our bathrooms a little
bit oversized," said Walsh.
Closets are also spacious, with walk-in


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The sense of neighborhood is prevalent along Alicia Street in Shadow Pines.
Each home includes a professional landscape package with irrigation system.


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A Shadow Pines home's spacious living room and dining area is conveniently
accessible from the kitchen. Recessed "trayed" ceilings add an elegant touch.


closets in the master bedroom and one of
the other bedrooms. The large utility room
has plenty of extra space that could serve
as storage.
Recessed "trayed" ceilings in common
rooms and the master bedroom add an
elegant touch.
Outdoors, each home includes
Professionally designed and installed
landscaping, including an irrigation system.
Aback deck is a popular option.
"There are just too many upgrades to
mention, really," said Walker.
"Yes," agreed Walsh. "Our standards are
other builders' upgrades."
Walker said every house is pre-wired for
security systems, "because our customers'
safety is a big concern."
The homes are built to 140 mph wind
code "even though it is not required in
Crestview," Walker added.'
The homes boast superior energy
efficiency, with an R13 rating in the walls
and an R38 rating in the attics, thanks to
blown insulation.


In the market for a smaller home built
to the same standards? Across P.J. Adams
Parkway, Key Lime is developing Walsh
Glen Estates.
Walsh Glen's homes are slightly smaller,
and are built in the "Florida craftsman"
style, said Brian Walsh. Prices range from
the $190s to $220s.
Of the 18 lots available at Walsh Glen,
the largest is five acres. The development
offers the quiet of country living off a gently
meandering cul-de-sac.
Key Lime Homes is "a local contractor
who's been in the area a long time," assured
Walsh. The firm was named Builder of the
Year in 2003 and 2006.
"The big things we believe we beat the
competition at are our quality, our service,
and the options and choices we allow the
buyer to make," Walsh said.
To view a model home or for further
information, call Walker at (850) 974-0672,
(cell) or (850) 897-4663, or e-mail celia.
walker@cox.net. Visit their Web site at
www.keylimehomes.com.


Bridgeway

releases


annual report

Daniel Cobbs, the chief executive officer
at Bridgeway Center, Inc.'s Fort Walton
Beach location, has released a report on
the company's end-of-year audit for 2006
to 2007.
Bridgeway Center has two locations in
Crestview.
The, company began providing
deliverable senior services for north
Okaloosa and Walton County. Areas of
coverage included case management,
in-home personal assistance, meal site
locations and Meals on Wheels.
In their expenses for the fiscal year,
52.4 percent went to wages and benefits.
Operations totaled 22.1 percent, and
the remainder was from administrative
cost (8.6 percent) and charity care (16.8
percent).
The majority of BCI revenue (39 percent)
camefromtheDept.ofChildrenandFamilies
funding, followed by Medicaid (22.1) and
other contracts and grants (20.5). Client
fees generated 15.7 percent of revenue.
The Board of County Commissioners (4.2
percent) and commercial insurance of (3.6
percent) contributed to the total.
The organization served an average
of 5,008 monthly meals and 60,092 total
meals from July 2006 to June 2007. Senior
Services provided included 80,060 contact
visits, 131,714 miles traveled, and 9,200
total volunteer hours.
"We overserved the contracted dollars
for senior meals due to community needs
and due to our exuberance to create the
best customer service experience," Cobbs
said. "This resulted in an end of year deficit
of $149,040. Notable bright spots during
the first and second quarter of this fiscal
year 2007-2008 include Senior Services
operational quality."
Total client services for the year were
292,242, with 62.9 percent...of- that.-in
behavioral, healthcare. The remainder of
client services was in home senior services
(27.4 percent), judicial services (8.2 percent)
and educational services (1.4 percent) in
nature.
BCI awarded $376,964 in pharmacy
scholarships to its clients for the 2006-2007
fiscal year, and $307,942 in Rape Crisis and
victims counseling services. The Crisis
Hotline and Rape Crisis center handled
more than 10,000 calls, with 280 lethal and
556 violence-related ones.
Bridgeway provided 248,222 client visits
in the past year. This resulted in $11,724,523
in financial assistance for underinsured
or uninsured people; $618,791 in case
management to needy individuals
and, families; $431,157 in psychiatric
medications via Physician Services for
low-income individuals; and $221,333 in
volunteer dollars.
The center's accolades include being
honored as the Best Employer in Okaloosa
County for large employers (more than 150
employees) by the Workforce Development
Board in 2006; being nationally accredited
for 27 programs for the last 10 years; and
maintaining a low risk audit rating by an
external audit firm for over eight years.


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always been 'green'


The current nation-
wide drive to reposition
everything in the market-
place as "green" is one
of the most encouraging
and fastest developing
trends of modern times,
especially if manufactur-
ers actually make their
products more environ-
mentally friendly.
Some of the institutions
you know best have been
just as green, or greener,
for decades.
The list includes
Goodwill Industries, with
a location in Crestview.
"We (Goodwill) try
to recycle everything
we can, anything from
clothes and appliances to
larger items like furniture
so they don't end up in
the landfills and instead
they can help others,"
said Steven Casker of
Crestview, who a 10-year
Goodwill employee who
serves as the Northwest
Florida Transportation
Supervisor. "Being the
original green company
makes me want to come
to work everyday."
Goodwill Industries
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lessly and effectively
helping conserve energy
and build stable and sus-
tainable communities for
many, many years with
the support of the Big
Bend area.
How? By helping you
recycle your household
goods from household
furniture and textiles
to toys, clothing and so
much more.
Perhaps you've no-
ticed the company's latest
efforts to improve conser-
vation efforts. Goodwill
now recycles your used
cars and books.
When you donate an
item to Goodwill, you are
recycling the value left in
the item to someone who
can use the item to make
their life better. They are
reclaiming the value in-
stead of sending the item
to the trash or landfill.
This saves resources and
raw materials needed
to produce new goods,
and greatly reduces the
amount of waste pro-
duced for disposal.
And there is definitely
a demand for those mate-
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Nearly a million peo-
ple shopped in Goodwill
Stores in North Florida
and South Georgia in
2006. Even better news is
that 2007 was on a trend
to have more than a mil-
lion more customers.
The sale of your do-
nated household goods
and cars has provided
Goodwill with resources.
Those profits are plunged
back into the community,
providing job training,
jobs, and housing for the
disabled and disadvan-
taged of the Big Bend.
Your generous don-
ations to Goodwill
Industries are the life
support for an unbroken
circle of healthy and sus-
tainable "green" living
within our Big Bend com-
munities. You are also
. directly helping the less
fortunate among us gain
independence.
The next time you
think of buying a new car,
or some other purchase,
"Be Green." Recycle your
unused items with value
and be part of the oldest
and greenest movement
in the Big Bend.


Rasmussen completes first

Economic Development session


Kay Rasmussen, director
of Defense & Economic
Initiatives for the Okaloosa
County Economic
Development Council,
recently completed
Session I of the Economic
Development Institute
(OU/EDI) conducted by
the University of Oklahoma
in Oklahoma City, Ok.
The institute is a three-
session program, each one
weeklong, whichprovides a
broadspectrumof advanced
education for the economic
development professional.


and is accredited by the
International Economic
Development Council.
OU/EDI classes focus
on business retention and
expansion, real estate
and finance, as well as
areas of concentration
in marketing, strategic
planning, and managing
economic development
organizations. Students
complete 117 hours of
instruction and participate
in more than 50 seminars,
workshops and discussion
groups.


Okaloosa County Emergency

Management Division chief recognized


Okaloosa County
Emergency Management
Division Chief Randy
McDaniel has been award-
ed the 2008 Thomas Yatabe
Certificate of Outstanding
Achievement by the State
Emergency Response
(SERC) Division for
Hazardous Materials.
"It is an honor to re-
ceive this award and to
serve with the surrounding
counties on the District 1
Local Emergency Planning
Committee," stated Division
Chief Randy McDaniel. "I'd
also like to thank the West
Florida Regional Planning
Council for their nomina-


tion."


"Randy's leadership,
experience and overall
training ability, makes him
a great asset to Okaloosa
County and the region, stat-
ed 'Public Safety Director
Dino Villani.
The SERC award for
Hazardous Materials was
renamed in 2001 for the late
Thomas Yatabe of the State
Environmental Protection
Agency. McDaniel will be
recognized at the January
SERC meeting in Cocoa
Beach, as well as the upcom-
ing District 1 Local Planning
Council meeting.
For more information,


Randy McDaniel
contact Okaloosa County
Public Safety at850-651-7150
or visit www.floridadisas-
ter.org/cps/serc.


BBB Student Ethics
Scholarship
The Better Business
Bureau of Northwest Florida
currently is accepting
applications from students
in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Walton, and other county
high school students for its'
2008 BBB Student Ethics
Scholarship program.
Nine $1,000 scholarships
have been set up for current
high school juniors and
seniors who plan to attend
an accredited college in the
United States or Canada.
Local leaders from
business and academia will
serve as judges and award
the scholarships based on
criteria including leadership,
community service, academic
achievement and an essay
response on building
character.
Awards will be presented
in May.
To apply, students should
contact their principal- or
guidance counselor, or


download an application
at www.nwfl.bbb.org/
TorchAward. Entries must be
postmarked by April 4.
SFor details or to sponsor
a scholarship, call (850)
429-0002 or start with bbb.
org.

NWF coalition to
attend Jan. 17 forum
The Northwest Florida
Chamber Coalition will host
a legislative forum on Jan.
17 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at
Sandestin Beach and Golf
Resort, Linkside Center, with
members of the Northwest
Florida legislative delegation:
Members are invited to
participate.
Constituents will have a
chance to ask questions of the
members of the delegation.
For details, contact Natalie
Prim via e-mail at nprim@
pensacolachamber.com or
call 438-4088.
Best Clinical
Practice Symposium


Jan. 19
The Seventh Annual Best
Clinical Practice Symposium
will be held Saturday, Jan.
19, at the Sacred Heart
Conference Center on Ninth
Avenue at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola.
The symposium lasts
from 6:30 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Breakfast and lunch will be
provided.
The event will focus on the
following disease manage-
ment areas: Diabetes
Update 2008, diagnosis
and treatment of cancer,
Alzheimer's/dementia,
nursing home regulations
and compliance, BPH/
prostate cancer, emergency
care decision making for the
primary care professional,
.and rehabilitation strategies
for optimal outcomes.
To register, or for more
information on cost and
education credits, call (850) I
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Another game to mend district wounds

Gator boys basketball looks for redemption after two back to back losses


Schedule


Basketball
Crestview at Choctaw
(Boys), Thursday at 6 p.m.
(JV) and 7:30 p.m. (V)
Crestview at Pine Forest
(Girls), Thursday at 6 p.m.
(V)
Central at Laurel Hill
(Boys), Friday, at 6 p.m.
(JV) and 7:15 p.m. (V)
Laurel Hill at Paxton
(Girls), Friday at 6 p.m.
(JV) and 7:15 p.m. (V)
Baker at Jay (Boys),
Friday at 6 p.m. (JV) and
7:15 p.m. (V)
Ponce de Leon at Baker
(Girls), Friday at 6:30 p.m.
(V)

B.A.Y.A. Dizzy
Dean baseball
B.A.Y.A. will be
playing Dizzy Dean
baseball. Baseball/Softball
registration every Saturday
in Jan. from 10 a.m. 2
p.m. at the Baker High
School Gym. For more
information, please contact
B.A.Y.A. at (850) 537-4549.


Crestview Little
League
Crestview Little League
is holding registration for
the 2008 Spring Season now
through Feb. 15.'
Boys baseball and Girls
softball programs are
available. Ages range from
5 to 18.
Cost is only $50 for the
first child.
A family with multiple
children receives a $10
discount for the second
child and a $20 discount
for the third child.
-. Cost covers a full
uniform (Pants, socks,
shirt & hat), insurance,
and a trophy. Crestview
Little League performs
background checks on
all volunteers! For more
information please contact
423-1011.


Youth League
Volunteers
Crestview Little League
is in search of personnel
interested in becoming
volunteerumpires, coaches,
or concessions help for the
spring 2008 Baseball and
Softball season.
The season will run
from March 15 until
approximately mid-June.
Training will be made
available prior to the start
of the season. Come out
and help with the children
of the community!
Flexible scheduling.
Background checks
required. To contact
someone for more
information, call the
league phone at 423-1011
and leave a voice mail
or check for contact
information at our Web
site Crestviewlittleleague.
com


See PSA C4


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It's time to start thinking
about Jay.
TheBakerboysbasketball
team has lost two games
out of their previous three
district matchups, and by a
very small margin.


For head coach Martello,
maybe the fluke he was
referring to last week
when the Gators endured
a horrible fourth quarter,
against Ponce de Leon
was a little more than he
bargained for.
After losing to Vernon
by three and Freeport by


six, it's just getting way too
close for the Gators to start
giving up.
Baker (8-8, 4-3) need to
bring together its defense
and make it a lot tighter
than what it has been, just
like Martello explained.
"We need to pull
together out talent and get


past these four games,"
Martello said.
"We can't wait to take a
breath from it all."
These words from his
last interview are exactly
what the Baker boys are
looking to start doing
See MEND C4


ON THE FIELD AGAIN

Crestview High School baseball starts to make some future decisions


the
(yDpress

by Robert Young

It seems like- just
yesterday when the
Bulldog baseball team
walked off the field and
closed their locker doors
for the season.
Now, with more than
fifty players trying out
plus last years returning
veterans, Crestview is
looking to have a good
year as the Dawgs make
some big decisions.
Head coach Tim Gillis is
looking for some new talent
to fill in spaces from the
ones he lost to graduation
day this past May. '
Talking to coa-hiag-staff
it was jppa.rit that every
one of them had their eyes
on grabbing new faces for
the season.
New faces make a
new team and build a
foundation that- Crestview
has always upheld through
the years.
When you do decide to
tryout for the team, there
will be drills, skills and
techniques that you're
going to have to get ready
for.
Like what?
Well, for one running
the sixties, which for some
is a little more troublesome
then others.


Robert Young I Crestview News Bulletin
Head coach Tim Gillis observes more than fifty players running various drills
during Monday's kick off at Crestview's baseball tryouts.


Sprinting from one bag
to the next is one of the
most important things in
a baseball game. Without
polishing your sprint,
you can forget about
stealing any bases during
the season. And most of
today's offensive strategies
revolve around speed.


Next would be the usual
fielding.
From practicing outfield
drills to infield tests.
The quicker and more
accurate you perform, the
better.
The red and white
have always been known
for their infield speed


rather than their outfield
running.
Coach Gillis stood with
his clipboard and notes and
observed his new talent.
The first day on abaseball
field during tryouts can
be pretty intimidating,

See FIELD C3


Junior varsity wrestling preps for future

Annual "Dawg Show" opened its curtains to a successful weekend


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The sixth annual "Dawg
Show" was a little more than
just a wrestling event for the
Bulldogs this past Saturday.
It was training. It was all
about getting prepared.
The junior varsity
tournament consisted of
more than ten teams at
Crestview High School in a
match-to-match challenge.
The event was started for
the junior varsity wrestlers so
they could have an end of the
year tournament with other
surrounding programs.
Since there is no districts
or beyond for the JV, having
a tourney like this would
expand their experience
for their latter years as
lettermen,

See FUTURE C4


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin


The sixth annual "Dawg Show" was held this weekend as not only a match
challenge but a training session for underclassmen to get ready for the varsity
roadblocks they aregoing to face in the future.


Vernon 64, Baker
61: Bakers Chad
Donley scored 19
points but it wasn't
enough in a District
1-2A loss.
Stephen Shelley
contributed 17 points
for Baker.
The Gators (8-8,
4-3 district) travel to
Jay on Friday.

VHS 18 16 11 19 64
BHS 12 19 14 16 61

VERNON (64)
Andrews 24,
Peterson 17, G.
Works 2, Smith 2,
Johnson 5, Roykac 3,
J. Works 11. Totals 22
5 5-864.

BAKER (61)
Austin McCart 2,
Josh Rose 6, Colton
Henry 6, Chad
Donley 19, Chad
Lawhon 7, Stephen
Shelley 17, Jarrod
Batson 4. Totals 13 7
14-16 61.
JV: Baker, 51-45

Paxton 67, Laurel
Hill 50: Paxton
jumped on top early
and stayed there in a
District 1-A victory.
Zack Vickers had a
team-high 24 points
for the Bobcats, while
Shaq Jackson added
20. Jeffrey Reese kept
the Hoboes in it,
pouring in a game-
high 27 points.

LHS 5 16 16.150
PHS 10 15 23 19 67

LHS (50)
Jeffrey Reese 27,
Harold Bielec 7,
Zack Sledge 5, Will
Sherwood 5, Richard
Dixon 3, Jace Smith
3. Totals 11 6 10-18
50.

PAXTON (67)
Zack Vickers
24, Shaq Jackson
20, Blake Zessin 9,
Demetrius Moore 8,
Colby Forehand 6.
Totals 12 9 16-19 67.
JV: Paxton, 38-32

Escambia 66,
Crestview 41:
Crestview went
down by double
digits at the half and
could not recover
in a District 1-5A
matchup.
Chris Pickett led
the Bulldogs with 10
points.
TheBulldogs (2-15,
1-8 district) travel to
Choctawhatchee on
Thursday.

EHS 14 2115 16 66
CHS 10118 12 41

ESCAMBIA (66)
Lucas 4, Dorsey
4, Flanary 5,
Massenburg 5,
Plombon 6, Jones 20,
Dukes 10, King 6,
Bedden 1, Harris 5.
Totals 22 3 13-20 66.

CRESTVIEW (41)
KeyshawnThomas
2, Amon Robinson
2, Cory Wenrich
See BRIEFS C4


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Sports Gallery: A look at a recap of this week


Bill Gamblin, Robert Young, Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Above Left: Crestview girls soccer push its defense across the field against a pumped Pace team. The
Lady Dawgs ended up losing their final gameof the season, 3-0..
Above: Players from all over the Crestview area gather equipment to prepare for tryouts on the Bulldog
baseball field on Monday. This is the first day of tryouts for the week put on by head coach Tim Gillis and
his supporting staff.
Above Right: The Lady Dawgs soccer team spread out is offense in the final minutes before ending the
game, defeated, against Pace.
Left: Two junior varsity wrestlers duke it out in the sixth "Dawg Show" at Crestview this past
Saturday. A huge crowd showed up for the anticipated event with more than ten teams participating.


MEND continued from C1


this week before their big
rivalry game this Friday
night against the Royals.
Looking at the players,
Stephen Shelley kept his
regular production by
scoring 22 points against
Freeport and another 16
against Vernon this past


Saturday.
Along with Chad Donley
who scored a game-high 19
during the Freeport game,
the Gators definitely have
what it takes to get past Jay
and back into non-district
game play until the end of
the month.


Hopefully these close
games won't haunt them
for the remainder of the
season so the team can
prepare for the district
playoffs in the Febraury.
Look for the Gators to
travel to Jay on Friday at
6 p.m. (JV) and 7:15 p.m.


FIELD continued from C1


especially when the kids
against you are pretty well
rehearsed.
It's all part of the game.
Gillis and his staff are
looking for players to
help them push through
districts, regional and
beyond.
This is only the first step
toward a new team.
I'll be looking forward to


getting a roster from Gillis
as well as some headshots
of the new recruits for this
year's schedule.
Not only will you see
the veterans ready for a
comeback, but I know
that those first game jitters
will be even more nerve
wracking for the newbies.
Cut days are just around
the corner, which is half the


team then the start out this
Monday.
After all the drills and
skills on the Crestview
baseball field this week;
there will be a lot of happy
faces and a lot of frowning
ones at that.
Look for the baseball and
softball tab to be released
this coming February from
the News Bulletin.

Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Former Crestview base-
ball players converse on
what to do about breaking
the field down.
The returning boys still
practice and have to try
out every year to get their
spot back on the team.

Below: Some of last years
baseball team take time
to practice their batting
while the new players run
different drills with coach
Gillis.


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AParks and Recreation

aseball and Softball Registration


BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL REGISTRATION WILL BE HELD AT TWIN HILLS
PARK THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JANUARY.
TWIN HILLS PARK IS LOCATED AT 100 NORTH HATHAWAY STREET.

League Ages: 5 to 15 years old. League age is the age attained prior to May 1, 2008.
Registration Cost: Inside city limits $60.00 All fees cover the cost of the uniform which
includes the hat, shirt and pants. Player
Outside city limits $65.00 will keep these at season's end.
We welcome all new registrants. If you are new to our programs you will need to
bring a copy of your child's birth certificate and proof of insurance.


NO traveling involved. All games are played at Durell Lee Park
located at 1850 East First Ave in Crestview.


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Dawgs soccer takes another hit

Crestview boys look to a steady end to season


Pam Golden
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview High
School boys soccer team
scrapped its way through a
brutal contest Jan. 8 against
Pace High School, only to
lose 2-1.
"It's the best game we
played all year. Everyone
played very well in every
position," coach Brian
Massey said.
Pace scored one goal
in each half. Crestview
captain Rusty Golden put
the Bulldogs on the board
when he nailed a penalty
kick with about 14 minutes
on the first half clock.
The Bulldogs certainly
tried to rack up more goals.
"We had 17 shots on
goal and they had five,"
Massey said. "That's really
amazing, considering we
ended up losing the game.
The other teams usually
outshoot us like crazy, for
instance in the Fort Walton
Beach game they had 14
shots on goal and we had
four."
Pace likely was a bit
surprised by the team they
faced Tuesday night since
Pace won 6-1 in their early
season matchup.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Senior Rusty Golden clears the ball ahead
of a Pace High School player during a Jan. 8 home
matchup that the Bulldogs lost 2-1.


"If they just keep up the
way they're playing, it's
going to give the other teams
are really tough challenge
to beat us," Massey said.
The Bulldogs are at home


for their last game regular
season game Jan. 18 at 7:30.
The district tournament
gets under way in Niceville
Jan. 21. That schedule isn't
yet available.


BRIEFS continued from C1


3, Chris Pickett 10,
Cortez Whatley 3, Matt
Colson 3, Jamar Boyers
6, J.J. Spivey 1, Darius
Applewhite 6, Cody
Hancock 5. Totals 14 2
7-17 41.
JV: Escambia won

Baker 17 18 13 20 68
FHS 16 15 17 26 74

BAKER (68)
Austin McCart 2, Josh
Rose 5, Chad' Donley
19, Chad Lawhon 6,
Cameron Davis 3,
Stephen Shelley 22,
Jarrod Batson 11. Totals
19 7 9-13 68.

FREEPORT (74)
Alex Newkirk 17,
Logan Wilburn 7, Jamey
Goddin27,AaronKnight
7, Johnny McCormick
16. Totals 18 5 23-33 74.
JV: Freeport, 47-43


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Freeport 48> Laurel
Hill 25: Freeport jumped
otto tan early lead and
cruised the rest of the


way.
Curstin Buford led
the way for the Bulldogs
with a game-high 14
points, while Nicole
Dykes added 10 points.
Laquetta Williams
scored 13 points for
Laurel Hill, but it wasn't
enough for the Hoboes,
who found themselves
trailing by 11 points
after the first quarter
arnd',by 14 atthe half.
Laurel Hill (2-17),
traveled 'to face Baker
on Tuesday.

FHS 16 12 10 10 48
LHS 5 9 7 4 25

LAUREL HILL (25)
Laqueatta Williams
13, Brooke Hanson 2,
Tuyen Morris 5, Caitlyn
Morgan 3, Nyiece
Underwood 2. Totals 10
1 2-15 25.

FREEPORT (48)
Dannica Mosher
4, Curstin Buford 14,
Joslyn, King 4, Lora
King 8, Nikki Blalock 8,
Nicole Dykes10. 'Total1
22 0 2-6 48.


BOYS SOCCER

Fort Walton Beach
6, Crestview 2: Ricky
Bennington scored two
goals and added an
assist as the Vikingas
beat the Bulldogs.
Alex Rankin, Derek
Dean, Sean Reynolds
and Caise Vickery also
scored for Fort Walton
-Beach. Reynolds goal
was on a pn,a kick
and Vickery's was
unassisted.
Rankin had two
assists and Dean had an
assist for the Vikings.
Casey Anderson
scored on an assist
from Jay Morgan for the
Bulldogs. Rusty Golden
scored on a penalty
kick.
Crestview won the JV
game 1-0.


Freeport hoops rallies past Baker


Tina Harbuck
Florida Freedom Newspapers

FREEPORT After
trailing the majority of
the game, Freeport's boys
basketball team came on
strong id the fourth quarter to
beat Baker 74-68 in a District
1-2A contest.
Jamey Goddin led the
charge for the Bulldogs (11-9,
4-3 district) with 27 points
17 of those coming in the
second half.
Baker jumped out to an
early 9-2 start with Chad
Danley leading the way
with a trey and a jumper.
Freeport traded baskets with
the Gators before going on
an eight-point run to pull
within 17-16 at the end of the
period.
To start the second quarter,
Freeport's Alex Newkirk
sank a bucket to give the
Bulldogs an 18-17 edge. Baker
answered with a 3-pointer
from Josh Rose, followed by
two baskets from Stephen
Shellev, who finished uo with


Florida Freedom Newspapers
Baker puts up a valiant effort against a
strong Freeport team.


22 for the Gators.
Freeport played catch-up
the rest of the quarter and
trailed 35-31 at the break.
Midway through the third
quarter, Freeport put up six
unanswered points to go up
43-29 on two free throws from
Newkirk, a trey from Johnny
McCormick and a layup by
Goddin. With two minutes
to go in the period, Freeport
still led by four with Goddin
knocking down a 3-vointer.


But in the last 90 seconds
of the quarter, Baker's
Donley and Shelley hit back-
to-back buckets for a 48-48 tie
entering the fourth.
In the final period, Freeport
again got the advantage early,
but this time they held on to it
for good. Newkirk swished a
3-pointer and Goddin cashed
in on a turnover for a quick
layup. Seconds later, Aaron
Knight was putting a rebound
back for a 55-48 lead.


PSA continued from C1
Baseball and Softball registration
The City of Crestview Parks and Recreation center is hosting their annual baseball and
softball league. Leagues ages accepted are from 5 15 years old.
Saturday registration dates are Jan. 26th at the Twin Hills Park the entire month of Jan.
Age is attained prior to May 1, 2008. Registration costs is $60 for city residents and $65 for
non-residents. All fees cover the cost of uniforms.



WAVES continued from C1


Head coach Jeff Fowler
had mentioned how the
Dawg Show would be a
great way for the kids to get
into that "varsity" mindset."
That mindset would
carry them through their
varsity year, wrestling teams
from Choctaw, Niceville,
Fort Walton Beach and
Rutherford.
It was a breather for the
current Crestview varsity
team as it got ready for
itsshow at the high school
this Friday!
The 3rd annual "Florida
Panhandle Wrestling
Championships."
For more information
on the event and results
from the "Dawg Show"
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Advance Storage I
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unit
KEVIN Green wall
unit
Mary Darwin
unit
Wendy Carter
unit
The sale shall take place
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01/16/08

Legal # 100251
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2007-CA-1921
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION AS TRUSTEE FOR
SECURITIZED ASSET
BACKED RECEIVABLES
LLC 2006-OP1 MORT-
GAGE PASS-THRIUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2006-OP1,
Plaintiff, et.al.,
vs.
SCOTT A WHITE, et al
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgement of Foreclo-
sure date October 9,
2007, and entered in
Case No.
2007-CA-1921 of the
Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit in and for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, wherein WELL
FARGO BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION
AS TRUSTEE FOR SECU-
RITIZED ASSET BACKED
RECEIVABLES LLC
2006-OP1 MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES
2006-6P1 is a Plaintiff
and SCOTT A WHITE IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES AS-
SIGNEES LIENPORS
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH
UNDER OR AGAINSf
SCOTT A WHITE; PIER 1
CONDOMINIUM ASSO-
CIATION OF FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, INC; are
the Defendants. I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder Tor cash at
Shalimar Courthouse An-
nex, front door, 1250
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
Fi. 32579, at 11:00AM
on February 11, 2008
the following described
property as set forth in


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THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
APARTMENT NO. B-120
OF PIER ONE CONDO-
MINIUM, A
CONDOMINIUM AC-
CORDING TO THE DEC-
LARATION OF CONDO-
MINIUM THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 742,
PAGE 505 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND AMEND-
MENTS THEREOF, AND
PURSUANT TO SURVEY,
PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
OF IMPROVEMENTS RE-
CORDED IN CORDO-
MINIUM PLAT BOOK 1
PAGES 62 AND 63, IN
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus for
the sale, if any, other
than the property owner
as of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 9 day of
January, 2008
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than seven (7)
days prior, .contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
850-651-7497 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al14 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact "TDD)
800-955-8771 via Flor-
ida Relay System.
Submitted by:
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 StirlingRoad, Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Te e p h o n e :
305-770-100
Fax: 305-653-2329
01/16/08
01/23/08


SEES GRANTEES AS-
SIGNEES LIENORS
CREDITORS TRUSTEd
AND ALL bTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING IN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST
APRIL J BROOME; are
the Defendants. I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder Tar cash at
Shalimar Courthouse An-
nex front door 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F. 32579,at 11:00 AM
on February 11, 2008
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to
wit:
LOT 11 BLOCK M, FIRST
ADDITION TO
COUNTRY CLUB
ESTATES SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4, PAGE 16,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of date or the
lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
Don W. Howard
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 9 day of
January, 2008.
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator -at
850-651-7497 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al14 SHALIMAR FL.
32579. If hearing im-
paired contact "TDD)
800-955-8771 via Flor-
ida Relay System
Submitted by:
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Tel h o n e:
305-770-4100
Fax: 305-653-2329


01/16/08
Legal # 100252 01/23/08
IN THE CIRCUIT Legal # 100253
COURT OF THE FIRST L
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN THE CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND COURT OF THE FIRST
FOR OKALOOSA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
COUNTY CASE NO. AND FOR
07-CA-3305 S OKALOOSA
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, CASE NO.
INC. 07-CP-1571
ffitlP ; t "I


Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclo-
sure doled October 24,
2007, and entered in
Case No. 07-CA-3305
S, of the Circuit Court of
the First Judicial Circuit in
and for Okaloosa
County, Florida, wherein
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE
INC, is a Plaintiff and
SHANE D BROOME, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI-


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FRANCIS JOSEPH
LEPAGE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of FRANCIS JO-
SEPH LEPAGE, de-
ceased, is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 101
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names and addresses of Shalimar 850-651-7497
the Personal Representa-
tive and of the Personal IMPORTANT
Representative's attorney In accordance with the
are set forth below. Americans with Disabili-
ties Act. persons with


CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the
following property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 2 BLOCK B
EMERALD POINTE
PLAT 1, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 9, PAGE 86,
OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
ou and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before February
18 2008 on Florida
Default Law Group. P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file
the original with this
Court either before
service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the
Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this Court on this 10
dayoff January, 2008
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
101 James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, Fl.
32536-3515;telephone
number 850-689-5000,
Extension 7497, prior to
the proceeding or


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All creditors of the disabilities needing spe-
decedent and other cial accommodation to 2100 Pets
persons having claims or participate in this pro- 2110-Pets: Free'to
demands against ceeding should contact Good Home
decedent's estate, Court Administration at 2120- Pet Supplies
including unmatured, 1250 N. Eglin Parkway, 2130 Farm Animals/
contingent or Shalimar, Fl. 32579 tele- Supplies
unliquidated claims, on phone number 2140 Pets/Livestock
whom a copy of this 850-651-7497, prior to Wanted
notice is served, must file the proceeding. 2150- Pet Memorials
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE 01/16/08
LATER OF 3 MONTHS 01/23/08
AFTER THE DATE OF ____2100
FIRST PUBLICATION Legal #100239
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE IN THE CIRCUIT W T0 1AY
DATE OF SERVICE OF COURT FOR NEW
A COPY OF THIS OKALOOSA
NOTICE ON THEM. COUNTY FLORIDA *
PROBATE DIVISION V erl
All other creditors of the FILE # 07-CP-1471
decedent and other DIVISION AKC Poodl
persons having claims or AKC Toy Poodles
demands against IN RE: ESTATE OF & CKC Cockapoo
d e c e d e nt s JOHNP. GRIMES Pups
estate includ ing Deceased. vet checked, health certif-
unmatured contingent or icates, non-shedding hy-
unliauidated claims, must NOTICE TO CREDI- poalle renic, shots,
file heir claims with the TORS poarme c, sgrome
Court WITHIN 3 red,19J gr o ed
MONTHS AFTERTTH The administration of the Ready 19 Jan 2008
MONTH A FTR T The administration of the Sltydogoer@belIsouth.net
DATE OF THE FIRST estate of JOHN P. Sotydhoe rbso ne
PUBLICATION OF GRIMES deceased File r ph- f or more info.
THIS NOTICE. Number 07-CP-1471. is A .-pn n


ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is January 16, 2008
Submitted by:
MICHAEL A.
JONES ESQ.
POST 6FFICE BOX 947
NICEVILLE, FL.
32588-0947
850-729-7440
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
Personal Representative
BRIAN J. LEPAGE
1007 Queensferry Road
Cary, North Carolina
27511
01/16/08
01/23/08


Legal # 100254
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2007 CA
005025 S DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER -TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.


ending in the Circuit
ourt of Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW FL
32536-1359. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of he
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claim with this court
WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-


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3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 -Business
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3280 Machinery/
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3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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4120 Sales
4130 Employment
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6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
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6160 Rooms for Rent
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6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
8200 Vacation Rentals



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RICHARD NEHLS A/K/A iiC-.
RICHARD M NEHLS,et al,
Defendant(s). ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
NOTICE OF ACTION EVER BARRED.
Notwithstanding the
TO: SUZANNE M. time periods set
NEHLS M forth above any
LAST KNOWN claims two (2) years
ADDRESS: or more after the
231 WYNNEHAVEN decedent's date of
BEACH ROAD death is barred.
32569MARY ESTHER, FK. The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
CURRENT ADDRESS: January 5, 2008
Attorney For Personal


a Count ANY AND ALL Keprenta 68-1007
Crestview, UNKNOWN PARTIES SAMUEL M. PEEK
36. The CLAIMING BY, 222 Government Street,
THROUGH UNDER, Suite D y J M
AND AGAINST THE Niceville, Florida 32578 --
HEREIN NAMED Telephone : 3110 li
I N D INDIVIDUAL 8550-678-1178 Ron's Appliance &
DEFENDANT(S) WHO Florida Bar No. 329010 Parts open 8am-6pm,
ARE NOT KNOWN Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
TO BE DEAD OR Personal Representative: dance parts, appliance re-
ALIVE. WHETHER KAREN G. MANN air. 215 N. Main
SAID UNKNOWN 985 Bayshore Drive Street, Call 689-1007.
PARTIES MAY CLAIM Valparaiso, Fl. 32580 After hours 305-8515
AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, 01/05/08
DEV ISEE S, 01/12/08 N W
1 GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
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Baker; Country living
3 br, 1 ba. $700 mo.
incl. garbage pick up &
pest control. 537-3609
Brand new 3br & 4br,
2ba homes in quiet sub-
division. Easy access to
Crestview & Niceville.
Starting at $885 per
month. Cll
850-689-2221
Move-inRadyl
BWB large 2087sf, 3
br + office, 2 ba 2 cg,
FP, FL room, quiet neigh-
borhood w/2 pools. All
ppls.. Yard maint. incl.
$1275 + SD, Pets neq.
-3 yr lease avail. (8501)
428-1708 or 729-0114

Century 21
Moulton 'Realty
(850)
682-3849
Rentals:
401 Apple Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
0513 WingSpan Way
3br 2V2ba $1000+dd
5474 Haburn St 3br,
2ba $1100mo+dd
4295 Batten Rd, 3br
2ba $1000mo+dd
411 Peoria Blvd
3br,3ba, $1100+dd
2932 Sholtz Ave.
3br, 2ba $1000+dd
352 Riverchase Blvd
3 br 2 ba $1075+dd
5272 Cavalier Dr.
2br, 1 ba, $725mo+dd
6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $900mo+dd
4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 21/2 ba
$2200mo +dd
2842 Old Mill Way,
4 br, 2 ba $1000+dd
5428 Flag Trail Lane
4br 2 ba$1300mo+dd
202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
121 Trenton
3 br 2 ba $950mo+dd
0 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 21ba $875mo+dd
545 Tikell
4br 3ba $1400mo+dd
Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-1515
or (850)682-5922
0305 Walnut Ave, br,
1ba 700sf $500 triple
*307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
lba 700sf, $450 triplex
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1 st month rent free
*286-A Henderson St
2br 1 ba, 900sf, $525
triplex
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
02716 Paddock Circle
4br 2ba, 2097, $1375
endless pool
0262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1,309sf,
$960, End UnitTH
*268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975 new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975 new townhome
0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$960, new townhome
*650 Territory Lane, 4
br, 2ba, 3000sf, $1675
military-$200 discount
*2385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
0226 Runnymeade Drive
2br 1.5 ba, 930sf,
$600 townhome
02385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. 1 br, 1 ba
1352sf $595 util. incl.
*114 Feldon Drive, 3 br,
2 ba, 1426 sq ft, $900
half off first months rent
0 5814 Reinke Drive- 4
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $925
in ground pool
0139 Beacons Bend
Road 2br, 1ba 804sf,
$70d. Military f0% dis-
count.
S109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf,
$1f025, fenced w/large
deck
0909 Maracel Loop 4
br 3 ba, 2022 sf,
$1250. upstairs loft.
03267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $895.
1 st month rent free
0 5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba, 1636sf,
$1675, culde-sac
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br. 2ba, 1942sf,
.1200 1st month rent
tree.
*4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
114 Hampton Drive
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
TH
*4718 Whitewater Lane
3br, 2ba, 1468sf $1080
split bedroom plan
05332 Vernon Taylor
Rd, 2br, 1 ba 896sf,
$550 1st months rent
452 Jillian Dr 4br
2ba, 2134sf, $1250, 1st
month rent free
*l 122 Nicole lane 4br,
2ba, 1912sf, $1100
rent includes pool service
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
02464 Kingston 3br,
1.5ba, 108"sf, $695
privacy fenced backyard
tor further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com
Crestview- 3br 1.5ba
1300sf, brick, fenced
yard. $850/mo + dep
Pets OK/extra $25/mo.
850-419-3983
Crestview 4/2 Silver
Oaks subd. Close to high
school $1250 incl pol/
assoc fee. 729-2069










C6 I Crestview News Bulletin CLASSIFIEDS


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2008


Holt
SUPERS ED 1 IBR 1.5BA. $500/mo.
ONLINE 978-4953 NEW rIJID AY NEW T1IAY
Crestview t AY Niceville Spacious, con- Teel & Waters
4Bd 2a 2547sf $1270, EfW tV S paco, con-
S f 270 venient 3 br 2 2 ba, ar- Real Estate
406 Triton St Gulf Coast age, cathedral ceiling RENTALS
Realty Photos Janet Johnson with FP, living room 682-6156
SuperSizes Photos Janet Johnson Fenced yard possible pet 682-6156
Online ID# 27785002 Real, Inc $1250mo. 8352795 3542 Auburn Road
__l -- 750. 3 br 1 ba


NfEW yOAY
* Crestview, 3br 2ba,
1600sf, $875mo.+$875
dep. Newer tile/carpet.
New kitchen. Small pets
negotiable. 902-1299
Crestview:
S5br, 2 ba $1100+dd
+ 3 br, 2 ba $800+ dd,
+ 3 br1 ba $700+ dd.
Rick Epperson Broker/
Owner 850-865-7777

NEW fgDAV

DeFuniak Spring; 2br,
1.5ba, brick house.
$675/mo. Call
850-892-1051


Equal housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $650
Crestview
* 2934 McCarty Ave
2 br, 1 ba, $675
* 344 First Ave. W
3 br, 2 ba, $825
* 124 Walker Circle
4 br, 2 ba, $975
* 511 Krest Dj
3 br, 2 ba, 995
* 6107 Old Hickory Rd
4 br, 2ba $1000
* 1746 N. earl St.
3 br 2 ba, $1000
* 1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3br, 2ba,$1100
* 5251 Mt. Olive Rd
4 br, 2 ba, $1100
* 5437 E. Brook Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1300


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LITTER
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* 2919 Aplin Road
$750 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
* 821 Brett St.
$895 3 br, 2 ba
* 426 Riverchase
$1300 3br, 2ba no pets
*2117 Hagood Loop
$1395, 4 br, 3 ba,2cg,
No pets
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156
* Crestview
3 Br, 1Ba, $700/mo
3 Br, 2 Ba $900/mo
* Laurel Hill
3 Br 2 Ba, new home
$975/mo
682-5533 or after hours
850-956-2553


6170 |
3br, 2ba, small double
wide, large private lot.
$595/mo. 862-4595 or
217-2750
Crestview 2br, 1.5ba,
$480/mo. Quiet park.
No pets. Military & sen-
iors welcome.
850-585-8192
Crestview Lg 3BR
2BA, doublewide, wood
floors. 427 Brookmeade
Dr. $675mo 398-6600
DeFuniak Springs
Mobile Home on
1.5 acres for
Rent
2Br, 2Ba on Paved road
No smoking, No pets
$650/ mo $450 deposit
Call Jeanne
(321) 946-2116
East Crestview, Mount
Olive area, 2004 mobile
home, 2br, large fenced
yard. $600/mo + dd.
682-6868
Holt 3 br 2 ba MH on 1
acre lot newly remod-
eled. $700mo dep. & ref
Section 8 accepted 850
537-6222 or 499-7412


7100 Homes
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








5744 Highland Hills
Rd. 2.25 acres w/"as is"
mobile home. $44,900.
Assist-2-Sell Good Sense'
Really 423-0700


ADAMS-POWELL
Location
Like new 3br, 2ba, with
1cg on large .38 Ac. lot
$149,995. Mildred C.
Heaton Realty, Inc.
850-689-1334 or

Behind in your motgage
payments? A short sale
may be your answer.
Ca lI Assis-2-Sell Good
Sense Realty 423-0700 -
Crestview
$135,500, Beautiful
Town House, vaulted ceil-
ing, fireplace, 2 br, 2ba,
I car, screened Lania,
25 K in upgrades.
Call owner realtor
850-689-4599
Crestview; S. of 1-10,
4br 2ba, 2cg 2678sf
1 r' old. A11 brick.
$249K obo. 582-4194
Don't let your house in
Crestview go into foreclo-
sure. Let me take over
payments. Good credit
Selfj employed.
850-826-2664


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Assist Steps, Locking Differential, Alm. Wheels, Keyless entry, and more...


GREAT HOME
1632sf, 1Ac. lot 3br,
2ba with 2cg, in the
country priced to sell at
$199,995. Most CC
paid.
Mildred C. Heaton Realty
Inc. 850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806

LAKEFRONT
HOME ON
1 ACRE
Remodeled kitchen dual
as fireplace, cathedral
& trayed ceilings.
$350,000. Please call
Century 21 Island View
Really (850) 939-2366
or 1 800 262-2366
c21 ivr@navarre21 .com
Lovely Home minutes
from town 3br, 2ba,
1383sf, oversized 2cg,
cov. back porch nice'
level lot. $167,995. Mil-
dred C. Heaton Realty
Inc. 850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806

Navarre
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.-
Just minutes t6 the base
and the beaches.~ This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car aarage.~ You
will finda very open
split floor plan with. a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including. refrig-
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
Offered at only
$194,900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.~
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.

supESIZEDf
ONLINE
Near Paxton & Florala
Looking for an
investment?
4 lots of record = one
acre- N. Walton Co.
with one home & one un-
finished building. Live in
one & fix up the other to
rent out! Home has two
bdrms, one & a half
baths. $49,000. Rick
(772)971-1366 '
SuperSized Photos
Online ID# 27784962
New
great homes by Jay Ter-
rell, many above avg.
features. Prices begin at
$129,995- seller offers
to pay closing cost and
pre-paid items.
Two homes are very
conv. to Hwy 285,
Niceville, and Eglin AFB
Mildred C..Heaton Realty
Inc. 850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806
OPEN HOUSE
1/19 & 1/20 1-5pm
5641 N. Brook Dr. 4BR,
3BA 2CG, 2312sf,
Brook Estates, $229 900
Assist-2-Sell Good Sense
Really 423-0700
GoodSenseRealty.com




Commercial 1500sf, 4
rooms plus bathroom.
50x136 lot, 551 S. Main
St. Crestview, $160K.
Excellent rental history.
Cal 850-892-4858




GREAT LAND
BUYS
and winter is the time to
look at land for many
reasons- safer to walk,
better visability and I
have 30 acres, adjoining
Blackwater Forrest,
paved, quiet road. Tim-
ber, creek, $5500 P/ac.
And 8.5 Ac. adjoining
200 Ac. Blackwater For-
rest parcel, and 45 ac-
res 1250 ft. paved road
with pond near Blackwa-
ter. Mildred C. Heaton
Realty Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806
Large lot with 2006
mobile home. 16x76,
3br, 2ba, carport
fenced. 7712 Hwy. 90
W DFS, near Walden
Rd. $140K.
850-892-4858 for appt.


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercrall
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes





We buy cars, trailers &
boats, etc. Running or
notl No title ok. Call
305-1920


8120
Jeep Liberty '02
V6, tow pkg. 2 wheel
drive. Exc. cond. 59K mi-
les. $7800. Call 850
218-3897



Wanted
Cream Puff Pickup. Have
cash! (803) 460-3.239
24/7




Dodge Grand
Caravan
1996 New transmission.
Needs work $1000 or
best offer. 682-9294



Honda CRF80F
Dirt Bike
'06. Asking $1500 obo.
Exc cond. 865-8989


I- 8220
1993 Yamaha VXR
Pro waverunner Runs
great. Needs some fiber-
lass repair on hood.
Get ready for summer!
With trailer. $1000.
682-9549 or 398-3416
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
compatable year) to rob
or buy parts offtt. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.



9.9 Evinrude Perfect
Cond. $450.00,
Minn-Kota Trolling Mtr.
$65.00 682-3895


07 COLORADO
REGULAR CAB, Z71,4x4
M5RP $20,550
AN $1,656
- $1,000 17,
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CREW CAB, 4x4
MSRP $31,720
MT AE S -$5,185
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EXTENDED CAB
MSwP $23,290
SAmN -* $4,5177
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4 Wheel Drive, V-8, Auto Transmission, PW, PL, CR,Tilt, AM FM CO,
Keyless Entry, Locking Rear Differential





CRESTVIEW 682-2731 01- AlN I*4T
FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW


Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates and dealer discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Low rates in lieu of rebates. Sale ends 1/23/08.


IF NOT, WE CAN HELP.


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1968 12'x56' Mobile
home New floor carpet,
panelinq. Rewired. $500
682-2034 after 6PM



Holt- 1821sf mobile
home on 2 acres. Lots of
extra additions added
on. $160K Call Linda
Stegway 240-3406 or
Century 21 Moulton Re-
alty 682-3849


7190
New Orleans,
Louisiana ~
Drastically
Reduced
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. Minutes
from French Quarter. 2
story Craftsman cottage
with architectural fea-
tures, off street parking,
balcony view of the Mar- f
piny and Downtown
New Orleans, skyline.
9.5' ceilings, warm hard
wood floors, rear deck.
No water
Damage due to
Katrina
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408




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