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OldSpanish Trail Festival faces cancellation


Old Spanish Tra il Festival faces c a ncellationS


Kyle Wright
'Crestview News Bulletin
The fate of the 52nd Old Spanish Trail
Festival will be determined in the next two
weeks.
OSTF committee secretary Cindy Oloughlin
said Crestview's traditional spring festival will
be canceled unless the group can find a way to
put together needed funding by the first week
of February.
The committee will meet in early February
to make a final decision. The 2008 festival is
scheduled for April 26 to May 3.
a- "If someone doesn't come forward, it's
going to be canceled," Oloughlin said.
Oloughlin said interest in the event, one
of the oldest annual festivals in Okaloosa
County, has dwindled for years. She said only
43 people attended the opening night of the
2007 event.
"A lot of it is the economy,"'Oloughlin said.
"Most businesses don't have the funds to put
sponsorships out, and they don't want to
put in the money when only 43 people come
through the gates."
Oloughlin said the committee needs to come
up with a way to raise between $25,000 and
$45,000 in order to put on a quality festival.
The OSTF committee explored several


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The annual canoe race at Twin Hills Park
has been a part of the Spanish Trail
tradition for the past 20 years.
alternatives to cancellation. The committee
considered cutting the festival to one day. The
group also approached the Crestview Cify
Council in December and asked the city to
consider a waiver to an ordinance prohibiting
the sale of alcoholic beverages at city parks.
See TRAIL A3


These photosifro the
collection of the Florida
State Archives were' taken
in 1959, soon after the
Crestview Jaycees, a local
civil organization, began
sponsoring the Old Spanish
Trail Festival. The group also
held a rodeo and trail ride in
conjunction with the annual
event. Hudson Hardware is
pictured in the background
of the photo; the store was
located at the intersection of
Highway 85 and 90, where
CVS Pharmacy is currently
located.
The "Jaycee's Jug" was a jail
that was set up in downtown
Crestview each year during,
the Old Spanish Trail Festival.
The "jug" was all in fun and
used to jail local residents
who were not wearing a
button for the event. The
money for the buttons and
bail was one small way of
generating funds. This photo
was made at the'corner of
Main Street and Courthouse
Terrace, the Rice Building in
the background was on the
site where the law office of Bill
Parker is now located.


Baker FD ISO rating improves

Lower rating means lower insurance premium


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER There's good news for
Baker homeowners concerned about
their fire insurance.
A recent re-evaluation of the Baker
Fire District's Insurance Services Office
(ISO) Public Protection Classification
shows a dramatic improvement,
meaning insurance rates should fall.
The PPC improved from 7/9 to
5/8B, becoming effective on May 1. The
possible PPC range is from 10 to 1.
"This represents a major improve-
ment in the fire protection afforded to the
citizens of Baker and the surrounding
communities," said James B. "Ben" Carr
III, chairman of the Baker Fire District


"We will continue to build upon our training and
capabilities to further lower the ratings."
James B. "Ben" Carr III, Chairman, Baker Fire District Board of Commissioners


Board of Commissioners. .
Carr cited several substantial steps
that have led to the improved ISO rating,
including the 1999 purchase of a new
fire truck (the first new fire apparatus
purchased in the fire district's history).
The rating also- improved due to
construction, with a federally subsidized
grant, of a new 7,700-square-foot public
safety building that more than tripled
the space of the previous building.
Another federal grant allowed the
purchase qf new protective equipment


and communications equipment for
Baker's 25 firefighters. Plus, Baker
implemented a comprehensive training
program for all members, Carr said.
"We will continue to build upon
our training and capabilities to further
lower the ratings, especially in the areas
beyond 1,000 feet of a fire hydrant," Carr
said, referring to the segment where the
new ISO rating was the lower 8B figure.
A major challenge the department

See BAKER A3


Elections


supervisor


recounts


obstacles
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW The flood of election
news, from caucus and primary reports, to
winner projections and stories of campaign
mayhem, might lead the average voter to
think there will be a stampede at the polls.
Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections
Pat Hollarn knows better.
"I haven't seen lines anywhere for
anything," Hollamrn said. "When political
junkies are polluting the airwaves 24/7,
it gives the impression that the country is
just dying to get out and vote. But that's not
what we see."
Hollar spoke Tuesday morning to the
Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce's
Government Issues committee. She
displayed the usual to-the-point bluntness
that has earned her the respect of the county
electorate, which in turn has kept her in
office for 20 years.
Hollarn dismisses most of the election
results from the nation's early primaries,
"Primary elections are not conclusive,"
she said. "What happened recently in Iowa
and New Hampshire has caused a great
deal of confusion."
Those early primary .sta.es' t have
open primaries, unlike Florida's closed
primary system, Hollarn explained. Plus,
their populations don't represent typical
American demographics.
"People can cross over from party to
party, and independents can vote anyway
they like," she said.
"We have a dosed primary in Florida.
Whether you like it or not, that's the way
it is," she said. If a voter is dissatisfied with
the system, "go find a legislator to change
it," she advised. "I'm just the messenger."
See ELECTIONS A3


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principal, Lee Martello delivered a new
book to eighth-graders Gavin Maltais
and Alex Lawson for their B.I.R.D.
class on Tuesday.
The thirty minute class, titled
"BuildingIndependentReaders Daily",


promotes literacy to eighth- grade
classes by reading aloud and featuring
a new book each nine weeks.
"We look for an interesting way
to deliver the new books and this
particular book, titled, "Anna Caseys'
Place in the World" featured bicycle


riders," explained Richbourg Principal,
Bob Jones.
"It's fun for everyone and it makes
literacy come alive for the students.
The next book for the class will be on
the pony express," Jones added with a
grin.


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Duck, duck, school
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
If it walks like a duck and
quacks like a duck, at the
OWC Robert Sikes Education
Center, it's the new kid on
campus.
This mama-to-be forsook
the cold of Twin Hills Park's
pond and made her nest
outside the back door of the
school.
"Students and staff have
taken this duck under their
own wings, bringing her
food and water," said Prof.
Julie Nichols of the college's
Communications faculty.
When the duck became
frightened by foot traffic
through the door adjacent to


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her nest, Sikes Center Director
Gail Kaltz improvised a
shelter out of a carton for
her. He hung signs warning
people to not disturb the
resident waterfowl, Nichols
said. "She has about a dozen
eggs, and we're expecting the
pitter-patter of webbed feet in
a couple of weeks," Nichols
said.


Marking the trail


The Choctawhatchee Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association turned out in a big way Jan. 5 for a
day of trail cutting on the east side of its Nokuse
Section.There were 15 volunteers present.
With hand saws, loppers, a swing blade and two
mowers a major bite was taken out of more than four
miles of trail under development. This marks a great
beginning for the new year as the group strive to
have the Nokuse section open to the public in 2008!


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JANUARY
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Saturday,
Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. until
monthly food allowance
has been given out at
New Beginning Church,
412 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. The church
is an equal opportunity
provide. Details: Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988.
POCD TO MEET
JAN. 28: The People
Organized for Community
Development invites
you to attend their next
meeting from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church in
Crestview. The group
assists people in need
with food, clothing, parts,
funds and other necessities
where Sharing and Caring
and other organizations
leave off. Call 305-0999 for
details.
BOOK STORAGE


NEEDED: By the Friends
of the Crestview Library to
store books for upcoming
book sales. Call Flo
Lembeck at 689-1535 if
you have storage they can
use.
LOCAL RELAY TEAM:
Baker, Blackman and Holt,
you now have a Relay for
Life team. To add your
support to the effort, call
305-6131 or 537-8516.
COUNTY LEASED
PARKS WORKSHOP:
Jan. 24 from 3 to 5 p.m.
in the Public Works
Conference Room, 1759 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
The Okaloosa County
Public Works Department
is reorganizing lease
agreements on county
leased parks. The overall
goal is to maximize park
use during all seasonal
sports, and give all
children in the community
access to participate in any
and all sports.
All interested parties
are invited to attend and
participate. Details:
689-5772.
FREE SEMINAR ON


RETIREMENT: Thursday,
Jan. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. at the First City Bank
Community Room in
Fort Walton Beach. Call
689-5855 to reserve a seat.
FREE BEE RESPONSE
TRAINING: On Jan. 25
two training sessions will
be held on Africanized
Honey Bee Response at
the U.F. and Okaloosa
County Extension Office.
The first one is from 9 a.m.
to noon, and is for first
responders (firefighers,
law enforcement officers,
etc.) The second is
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
for outdoor workers
such as parks, utilities,
maintenance workers,
etc.). To register, call
689-5850 or 729-1400, ext.
5850 or e-mail sdunning@
ufl.edu or gedmondson@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.
SENIOR CIRCLE
EVENTS: RSVP two days
before the events listed
below to attend by calling
689-8409. SC = Senior
Circle Classroom, at
127-A E. Redstone Ave. in
Crestview.


Jan. 25: Members leave
at 6:30 a.m. for an Isle of
Capri Casino trip. Park at
the NOMC back lot.
ANNUAL GRIT &
GRACE MEETING
Saturday, Jan. 26 at the
Freeport Community
Center, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Grit and Grace acting
troupe / organization
invites the public to
join as an active or
supporting member,
enjoy refreshments and
socialize with the Freeport
community. Performances
are about local history.
Contacts: 850-835-2032,
or www.gritandgrace.org
online.
ORISKANY
PRESENTATION: Jan.
26, 1 p.m., at the Indian
Temple Mound Museum
Education Room, 39
Miracle Strip Parkway
SE, Fort Walton Beach
Program on the history
of the aircraft carrier USS
Oriskany. The public is
cordially invited.


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Ballot Preview
Presidential Preference Race: Florida is a closed primary state. As a nominating election, only members of that party
are eligible to vote in their respective primary elections. The Democratic and Republican Presidential Preference races
below will only appear on ballots for voters who are registered as Democrats or Republicans.


Democrat
Joseph R. Biden Jr.
Hillary Clinton
Christopher Dodd
John Edwards
Mike Gravel
Dennis J. Kucinich
Barack Obama
William "Bill Richardson III


Republican
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
Duncan Hunter
Alan Keyes
John McCain
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Tom Tancredo
Fred Thompson


Constitutional Amendment: This amendment to the Florida Constitution that has been proposed by the State
Legislature will appear on all ballot styles, regardless of party affiliation or city residence.
Property Tax Exemptions; Limitations On Property Tax Assessments: This revision proposes changes to the State
Constitution relating to property taxation. With respect to homestead property, this revision:
(1) increases the homestead exemption except for school district taxes and (2) allows homestead property owners
to transfer up to $500,000 of their Save-Our-Homes benefits to their next homestead. With respect to non-homestead
property, this revision (3) provides a $25,000 exemption for tangible personal property and (4) limits assessment increases
for specified non-homestead real property except for school district taxes.



Officials wary of amendment's effects


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


Voters in north
Okaloosa County get
a chance to approve a
proposed property tax
amendment during the
Presidential Preference
Primary on Tuesday.

The amendment
Amendment 1 has four
components.
Doubles the $25,000
homestead exemption.
Ensures Save Our
Homes portability, up to
$500,000 (reduced from $1
million).
:. Guarantees tangible
personal property
exemption of $25,000.
Creates a 10-percent
cap on assessments for
non-homestead property.

The reaction in
Tallahassee
District 5 state
-S representative'Don Brown
said he likely will vote in
favor of the amendment on
Tuesday grudgingly.


This month's poll-
defying results in early
'open-primary states have
caused some voters to doubt
their candidates, which
in turn can affect turnout
for other states' primaries,
Hollarn explained.
"Some people can't
make up their minds and
when they can't, they stay
home" instead of voting,
she said.
Attracting citizens to
the polls is increasingly
difficult, Hollarn lamented.
Some people only vote in
the presidential elections
every four years.
"That's a real shame,"
she said, because "local
elections have a greater
effect on your life."
As for young voters 18
to 24?
"Forget it," Hollarn said.


"Amendment 1 is a
pathetic excuse for tax
reform," Brown said.
"It is the idea, not of
the legislature, but of
the governor and is the
product of a simple mind.
I am most likely going to
vote for it simply because
it does provide some relief,
but again, it is a pathetic
excuse for tax reform,
particularly in view of the
hope and the governor's
promise that taxes would
drop like a rock.
"I encourage people
to read the amendment
carefully so they are not
disappointed. It doesn't
do a lot."
Brown and District
2 state senator Durrell
Peaden Jr. both voted in
favor of the amendment
in October. Brown said
he did so only for lack of
better alternatives.

The local reaction
Crestview and Laurel
Hill city officials also have'
concerns. Cities might
face a revenue. shortfall
if the amendment passes.


"If they're giving away
free pizza and beer they'll
show up at the rallies," but
they rarely show up at the
polls.
Legislators' increasing
penchant for "fixing"
perceivedelectionproblems
have ended up costing
taxpayers exorbitant sums,
Hollarn said.
"When I first took office
I could run a county-wide
election for $50,000,"
she said "It is now in the
neighborhood of a quarter
of a million dollars."
Hollarn went to the state
legislature and begged
them to not 'fix' anything
anymore, she said.
"It is a political
manipulation of election
law and it is not for the
benefit of the voters," she
said. "It is absolutely silly.


Cutbacks could result and
could take many forms.
City of Crestview
Clerk Janice Young said
it would be premature
to speculate on specific
effects in the Hub City if
the amendment passes,
but said organizations of
cities do not endorse the
amendment.
"We've had a lot of
correspondence from the
Florida League of Cities,
and according to their
information, they are
against that referendum,"
Young said. "They are
saying it will not benefit
a lot of people, and we
certainly support the
League of Cities."
Laurel Hill City
Manager Tim Bolduc
said the amendment
could result in "major
problems" for an area like
Laurel Hill.
"We would have to
make cuts," Bolduc said.
Bolduc cited concerns
about the' "portability"
of Save Our Homes
benefits from one home to
another.


It really is."
One of Hollarn's biggest
frustrations is from citizens
who do not take their
voting rights seriously and
don't bother to educate
themselves on the process.
A major fault, she said,
is the May 1995 "motor
voter" registration process,
which removed total
responsibility from election'
officials, Hollarn said.
Motor vehicle office
staff "have no quality
control over what they
do," Hollarn said. About
half of the documents that
come from motor vehicle
voter registrations contain
errors.
Many voters also
fail to notify Hollarn's
office when they move,
yet laws require mailing
ballots to voters who have


His example: Someone
from an affluent area could
transfer Save Our Homes
benefits to a property in
Laurel Hill. This person
would pay lower taxes
than neighbors on similar
properties.
"We would gain
responsibility of another
person to care for, but
wouldn't get the total
amount of ad valorem
tax," Bolduc said. "It
makes a system that
is already unfair more
unfair."
The amendment, if
approved, would not have
an immediate impact on a
majority of the area's rural
fire districts.

The final word
Local government
officials say they
understand the need for
tax relief. They simply
question if the proposed
amendment offers the
answer.
"It's not that we don't
want to cut taxes," Bolduc
said. "We just want to
make it fair."


temporarily moved out of
state.
'Of 7,000 ballots mailed
out for next Tuesday's
primary, Hollarn said
4,000 came back as
undeliverable.
"We have a decrease in
knowledge and awaretiess
by the general public about
anything having to do with
elections," Hollarn said.
Praising Hollarn,
Chamber president Mike
Roy said, "You are the pride
of Okaloosa County."
"It's been the love of my
life to do this job," Hollarn
responded.,
"This has been a special
job for me. Many times
people have asked me to
run'for another office but
I say I didn't run for this
job because I want another
job."


Correction
Sabu Williams was the featured speaker for the Martin Luther King Day ceremony hosted by the Carver Hill Memorial and Historical
Society on Jan. 15. Mr. Williams' first name was spelled incorrectly in the Jan. 19 edition of the News Bulletin.






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TRAIL
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The festival committee
hoped sale of alcoholic
beverages would boost
festival attendance.
The council voted earlier
this month to take no action
on the request.
"We've tried everything,"
said Grace Ferdon, a
longtime supporter of the
festival. "Our last resort
was city council, and they
wouldn't listen to us.
"It's just discouraging."
The city traditionally
provides appropriate
police and security free of
charge, according to OSTF
committee vice president
Angela Ferdon-Cotton.
Oloughlin said if the
festival is canceled, the
OSTF parade, canoe race
and treasure hunt will not
take place.
She said the carnival
"probably" would go on
as scheduled. So would the
OSTF pageant, sponsored by
the Crestview High School
cheerleaders.


Oloughlin said those with
ideas to help the festival
or those who would like to
attend the planned February
meeting may contact her
at (850) 758-0298, or e-mail
ostf@cox.net.
"We just need community
support," Ferdon-Cotton
said. "I don't want to put all
this onthe city (government).
Everybody is responsible
for this festival going on.
We need somebody willing
to help us out. It would be
a big downfall for the city's
spirit to lose the festival."



Help the OSTF
Those with ideas, to
support the Old Spanish
Trail Festival or those
who would like to attend
the planned February
meeting may contact
Cindy Oloughlin at
(850) 758-0298, or e-mail
ostf@cox.net.


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faces is the aging of the
original Baker Water
System, which, Carr said, is
in dire need of an upgrade
to increase the volume of
water available for fire
suppression.
ISO collects information
on municipal fire-protection
efforts in communities
throughout the United
States, according to an ISO
fact sheet
The ISO then assigns
a Public Protection
Classification from 1 to 10.
Class 1 representsexemplary
public protection. Class
10 indicates that the area's
fire-suppression program
doesn't meet ISO's
minimum criteria.
"By securing lower fire
insurance premiums for
communities with better
public protection, the
PPC program provides
incentives and rewards for
communities that choose to


Break-in at Foxwood
A door was smashed
and money was taken from
Foxwood Country Club in a
break-in Jan. 16, according
to an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office report.
The report concluded
a brick was used to smash
in a side door. A video
surveillance tape did
not provide any leads,
according to the report.

Two arrested
in drug bust
An early morning drug
bust Friday in a Crestview
public housing complex
netted two suspects,
narcotics, a car and $1,200
in cash.
The Crestview Police
Department's Street Crimes
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and Dominque Antoine
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as well as with possession
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narcotics, police seized as
evidence $1,200 in cash and
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Council closes down comments

on festival alcohol sales issue


What are NODs?
NODs are "North Okaloosa Deeds."
Every other week, we'll recognize people
who performed "Good North Okaloosa
Deeds." People who perform Good NODs
will receive a certificate from the News
Bulletin; We'll also shake our heads at some
"Bad North. Okaloosa Deeds."

Good NONDs
A Good NOD to Austin Moore, 7, of
Crestview. While he was visiting his aunt,
Bernice Williams, her 12-week-old kitten bit
into an electric cord. "Sparks were shooting
out of its mouth," Williams said. Austin
kept his cool and immediately alerted
Williams. I'm so. proud of him," Williams
said. "Instead of panicking, he went and
got an adult. If it wasn't for his quick action,
that kitten wouldn't be alive."
A good NOD to David and Marilyn
Patriquin for showing the spirit of
Christmas in their holiday decorations. The
Patriquins were the Crestview winners of
the BJ Triliegi Strategic Award, presented
each year by Bruno Triliegi, a freshman at
Choctawhatchee High School. The award
honors homes that show "the love and
spirit of Christmas.
A good NOD to Cadenhead Pest
Control Services. The business sponsored
the Crestview Chamber of Commerce
Breakfast Meeting this month, but elected
to donate its presentation time to a speaker
from Children in Crisis, Inc.
A good NOD to Chelsea Combest, a
senior on the Baker girls basketball team.
Cornbest recently became the Lady Gator
to tally more than 1,000 points for her
career.
Good NODs to Baker junior Cameron
Domangue and Crestview senior
Matt Sanders. Both standout football
players made the Florida Sports Writers
Association all-state football teams in their
respective enrollment classes.

Bad NODs e a t a
*;We shakeo -ur heads at the actions of- .
the vandals who. caused more than $10,000
in damage at Walker Elementary. This bad
deed hurt the area taxpayers in general,
and the schoolchildren deprived of those
funds in particular.

Do you know someone who performed a
Good NOD? Let us know. Call 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.com


Will Crestview ever get out
of the Dark Ages? I have lived
in Crestview for 35 years and it
seems to me the only thing that
is keeping up with the times is
the population. I wonder if that
would keep up if new residents
checked out what there is to
do for fun in this place. We
consist of banks, churches, bars,
convenience stores and Wal-
Mart.
Now, thanks to our
"wonderful" city council it will
stay that way a little longer.
I have attended the Old
Spanish Trail Festival (OSTF)
for as long as I can remember.
In the more recent years, I have
volunteered my time to help
"try" to make it a success. It
has not been a success in many
years. Last year's Friday night
crowd consisted of 43 paying
residents. Very poor support
for a city that is supposed to be
the largest in Okaloosa County,
wouldn't you agree? .
The biggest complaint? Why
don't you do like the other
festivals in the area and sell
beer? Why, you ask? Because
the Crestview City Council,
the elected officials that are
supposed to represent the
people, will not even allow
this subject to go to discussion


for the residents of the city. A
big concern is the additional
$6,000 the police department
reported it would need for
additional officers that would
not normally be there.
First of all, the OSTF
Committee had given the
council members a proposal
from Dacon Security, a
company that planned to
donate its time, resources
and employees for additional
security during the festival. The
security provided by Dacon
would take the place of extra
police department'personnel
that would be needed to
police the beer garden, thereby
preventing further cost to the
city.
Second, I am curious
how much the city paid for
the additional security and
helicopter utilized for May
Day, for which the citizens did
not ask and did not feel was
necessary.
If other cities in this county
can have festivals that allow
beer to be sold and can
do this with no problems,
why can't we? Talk of those
festivals is about the big-name
entertainment that they bring
in and about the revenue these
venues create for the hotels,


Mailbox destruction


To the editor:


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and they c
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younger bunch of teenagers
out for a night of fun. That's


you parents in what a cop said when we
. Take your childreri, got hit one night in Shalimar.
down and explain Maybe some day they will
tha 'T" destroying "."'get what they' deserve, but
is a federal offense meanwhile we have to live
could go to jail. with them.
plain to them that a Let's hope they are caught
a lifeline for people. or a parent will turn them in
t their income to to the police. If it's like the
ieir life in a mailbox. time in Shalimar, even the
e numerous things schools wouldn't take the
by mail that affect time to bring it up in class. I
a person's life. was told by a teacher they
Some day they wouldn't interrupt their class
may be in the for such a thing. So I say good
same position. luck to you all that had your
Irealizeitmay mailboxes destroyed. I bet
not be children, those involved didn't live in
but a bunch your neighborhood.
of worthless,
stupid, ignorant Larry Dull, Shalimar




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gas stations, retail stores,
and restaurants in THOSE
communities.
How much of that money is
brought in from the residents
of Crestview that are forced
to go out of our community
to see decent venues? I know
many people that attend the
Mullet Festival in Niceville,
the Destin Seafood Festival,
or go to expensive concerts
in Pensacola, Tallahassee,
and Biloxi. All of these places
sell beer. Are you required to
partake of the beer? No, it is a
choice, a choice that was not
given to the residents of this
city to make.
I too attend other events that
have alcohol sales. I don't buy
the alcohol, but I do enjoy the
entertainment. That is, after
all, what I go for. This wasn't
about the beer; this was about
bringing change, moving
forward and saving the festival.
Ifts about the five people
that sit on the city council
that many times don't let
their constituents have a say,
not only about this but many
other things that would help
Crestview move forward.
If anyone other than the
eight members of the OSTF
committee would like to see


To the Editor:

Several years ago, when
the "Old Spanish Trail
Park" was first acquired,
the members of OSTF
Society built the first
stage, contracted with an
Alabama Carnival, and
even Hurlburt's "Red Horse
Squadron" was involved to
help prepare the site for the
upcoming festival.
During those first two
years on site, a "festival
license" was obtained from
the Division of Alcohol in
Pensacola with the help of
one of the local veterans
clubs. Lewis Bear Co., now
in DeFuniak Springs, was
the sole supplier, with the
Wright Ice Co. providing ice
in a refrigerated truck.
Again, the OSTF
festival was in jeopardy
of extinction. It was the
alcohol sales that provided
the funds for good
entertainment.
I There were only two
incidents marring those
sales. An under-aged young
boy showed up with an
open container of beer, a
brand not sold at the festival
... and a second overly
exuberant demonstrator
with a sign thrust in front
of the windshield of an
automobile on Ferdon
Boulevard at Stilwell,


this festival survive, please
let your voices be heard now,
before it's too late! Keep in
mind it isn't just the festival
that is in jeopardy. It is also
the parade, canoe race and the
treasure hunt.
Rumor has it that if beer
sales had been allowed, the
festival would have been
picketed by many of the area
church members, as it was 17
years ago. I am all for religion
and the freedom to worship.
I know there are hundreds of
members that would have been
in that picket line.
To you I say this: if you had
put as much time and effort
into supporting the festival
while it was beer free as you
do in trying to prevent change
and growth, this 51-year-old
tradition would not be in
jeopardy!
To that, I ask you this:
how many of the church
congregations can say that
none of their members have
attended a major league
sporting event, college football
game, concert, or NASCAR
race, or purchased any type
of souvenirs since becoming a
member of your church?
Don't all of these sell beer? I
thought so!


causing an accident. He was
protesting the sale of alcohol
at the festival.
The Sheriff's Posse -
directed traffic, and a
single Crestview Police
Department Officer was
stationed in the tent where
sales were made.
The former mayor,
George Whitehurst,
requested and was given a
waiver to the current alcohol
ordinance, for the benefit of
restaurants in the downtown
area. Is it not worth the same
consideration for a three-
day period to help the OSTF
survive? I am guessing
that each of the veterans
clubs have professional
bartenders, experienced at
"carding" young people ...
who will volunteer to serve
if asked.
If you don't agree with
the above, then please
contact those of the OSTF
and ask them to stop
wasting their time for your
entertainment. Organizing
a "Spring Festival" is hard
work and there is no pay.
How do I know all of
this? Because I was there
... as President of the Old
Spanish Trail Festival
Society.

Respectfully,
Bruce R. Hoon, USAF (Ret.)
Crestview


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GESUNDHEIT! THE SNEEZE THAT WASN'T


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

My childhood friend
Barb forwarded me a
recent e-mail that's been
forwarded so many
times across various
operating systems that
it has accumulated more
diacriticals than a volume
of Josef Jungmann's
T 6 Rk vybrdnf (his 1798
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but no one mentioned
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one asked for blessings
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And then...
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walked proudly to the
microphone. He stood
still and silent for just
a moment, and then, it
happened. All 92 students,
every single one of them,
suddenly SNEEZED!!!!
"The student on stage


William G. Booker
William G. Booker, age
76, won his battle with
kidney failure and met his
Lord and Savior on Jan. 20,
2008 at his home in Baker.
HewasbornJan. 19,1932
in the Bullard Community
and was a lifelong resident
of Baker. His first love was
farming, which he did all
of his life.
William was also
employed by Alatex for
10 years and Judy Bond
Textile for five years. He
was a lifelong member and


simply
looked at the audience
and said, 'G-D BLESS
YOU, each and every one
of you!' And he walked
off stage...
"The audience
exploded into applause.
This graduating class had
found an [sic] unique way
to invoke G-d's blessing
on their future with
or without the court's
approval.
"Isn't this a wonderful
story? Pass it on to all
your friends.:.........and G-D
BLESS YOU!!!!"
Several things struck
me as suspicious right off
the bat:
First, my English
teachers always said that
if a sentence is so dull it
requires more than one
exclamation point to
make the reader think it's
exciting, it isn't.
Second, the dramatic
pause or excerpted text
indicated by an ellipsis
(those three dots, you
know...) isn't enhanced by
making it more than three.
Third, despite the
disclaimer at the end,
which read, "This is a true
story; it happened at the
University of Maryland,"
it's not.
(How many
universities have a
principal, anyway?)
And finally, if the.
purpose of the e-mail
was to celebrate God's
nearness to those


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was a member of Beaver
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#230.
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and Della Booker, and his
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and Cumbie Booker, as
well as his sisters, Lucille
Steele, Irene Douglas and
Alleen Booker. Survivors
include his wife of 55
years, Rachel Booker of
Baker; son, Gary Booker
and wife Cindy of Baker;


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"The longing for prayer to be

officially incorporated into the
proceedings had been far more

about the desire for the trappings

of religion than out of commitment


to its teachings. "

students, why did the
writer consistently refer
our Lord as "G-D"?
Even if those
immediate observations
(and all those words
entirely in capital letters)
didn't instantly brand
the story as suspicious, a
quick trip to www.snopes.
com did.
Well, sort of.
By the time the story
reached my "in" box, it
had been so convoluted
and doctored that its
origins were pretty much
obliterated, Snopes said.
The original incident
happened in May 2001
at Washington (Ill.)
Community High School.
Right before graduation,
the valedictorian's family
sued the school to prohibit
the traditional invocation
and benediction. The
family won.
Angered by the loss
of an 80-year tradition,
the good people of
Washington "found
unique ways of protesting
the judge's ruling,"
said Snopes.com writer
Barbara Mikkelson.
A pre-graduation
prayer circle was held
around the flagpole, and
many students festooned
their mortarboards with
pro-religion sayings.


daughters, Doris James and
husband Billy of Brewton,
Ala., and Sheila Green
and husband Larry of
Crestview; grandchildren,
Chase Green, Rebecca
Anthony and Tobey, Erica
Bolton and Brandon,
and Wade Booker;
great-grandchildren,
Brodie Anthony and
Austin Bolton, as well as
numerous nieces, nephews
and extended family.
Visitation will be held
today at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home


Another student who
was scheduled to speak
stole the show when
he arranged with some
buddies that when he
faked a sneeze at the
podium, they'd shout
"God bless you!"
He did, and they did,
and everyone cheered. He
said, "Don't applaud for
me, applaud for God,"
according to Mikkelson.
-Sadly the same
devout audience forgot
some of the teachings of
Christianity.
"In a defining moment
that served to reveal the
nature of the bone being
fought over, the teen
girl in whose name the
suit had been brought
was booed when she
received her diploma,"
Mikkelson wrote, "an act
that demonstrated that for
those doing the catcalling,
the longing for prayer to
be officially incorporated
into the proceedings had
been far more about the
desire for the trappings
of religion than out
of commitment to its
teachings."
Hmmm ... gives one
pause for thought.
Read the full story at
snopes.com / politics /
religion / sneeze.asp. And
God bless you.


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Selected Aviators at Antioch Elementary School receive monthly book
rewards for their diligent work in the Accelerated Reader Program. Pictured
with their new books are (front row) Erin Philpott and. Emily Tucker,
(back row) Yazmeen Deehr, Kara Torster, Catera Rutland,
Antioch Principal Glenda Robinson and Sierra Lloyd.


Chance earns top CHS honors

Crestview High School, Special to the News Bulletin
ESE classroom assistant Lauren Chance was selected as the Crestview High School
Non-Instructional Person of the Year. The CHS administration went to her classroom to
present some flowers and congratulate her. From left, Assistant Principal Greg Brock,
Assistant Principal Kaye Mikel, Lauren Chance; Principal Ed Coleman,
Assistant Principal Jason Driver, and Assistant Principal Dexter Day.


Okaloosa-Walton announces fall term

Dean's and President's List honors


NICEVILLE
Okaloosa-Walton College
recognized the superior
scholastic achievement of
students completing the fall
term by naming them to the
President's List and Dean's
List.
The President's List
names those students with
nine or more credits in the
term who made a grade
point average of 3.8 to 4.0
during the semester. The
Dean's List names students
with nine or more credits
in the term who earned a
GPA of 3.5 to 3.79. North
Okaloosa students are:

President's List
Baker: Jessica Borsi,
Meagan Bufkin, Caleb
Forehand, Rebecca Horton,
Cara Kilcrease, Chris
Shelley
Crestview:CaseyAdams,
Camilla Akins, Tonya Allen,
Kristen Anderson, Rachael
Auger, Jennifer Bell, Ashley
Bolton, Daniel Brethauer,
Whitney Buckelew, Jenny
Case, Eddie Chappell,
Julie Clemmer, Yvonne
Corrie, Keren Dance,
Albert Davis, Montavius
Diamond, Kie Dorton,
Timothy English, Christine
Gowan, Sean Griffith, Shaun
Gunter, Lauren Hayes,
Kristi Hill, Rachel Hilton,
Linda Hoang, Kenneth Ittig,
Felecia Jarriel, Jonathan
Jay, Carter Johnson, Brigita
Kaiser, Shawn Kelly, Kayla
Klugh, Brittni Klugh,
Carmen Lane, Kyndra
Lewis, Susan Longman,
Allyson Luenser, Tanya


Miles, Mary Miller, Alicia
Mimms, Roderic Mouer,
Fiona Mowbray, Dana
Odom, Cynthia Ostermann,
Justin Palumbo, Celestina
Parris, Harry Paulus, Maria
Sheets, Amber Smith,
Heather Speegle, David
Taylor, Lauren Thornhill,
Robert Thyse, George
Vickers, Matthew Watson,
Dallas Watts, Thomas
Wende, Steven Willman,
Dane Wirtes, Luke Wirtes,
Samantha Witte, Kevin
Woerner, Beth Wood,
Kyrsten York
Holt: Ulrike Allen, Corry
Lassiter
Laurel Hill: William
Bundrick, Carri Day, Amber
Fortune, Todd Tucker

Dean's List
Baker: Mary Allen,
David Fenwick, Amy
Hession, Lindsey Marelli,
Sheryl. McGlothlin, Rachel
Sailor, Keith Sirmans,
Linda Stevens
Crestview: Thomas
Allison, Lauren Arevalo,
Scott Bailey, Christin
Barrow, Leslie Beaman,
Laurie Benoit, James
Brock, Erin Carpenter,
Amanda Carte, Laura
Childers, Audrey Cobb,
Larry Crabtree, June
Crockett, Shawn Croft,
Bailey Crutchfield, Raven
Culpepper, Rita Dailey,
Tammy Dawson, David
Debolt, Joshua Dempsey,
Joseph Doyle, Stephanie
Dunlop, Casey Dupont,
Aquila Eastman, Julie
Ferguson, Kayleigh
George, Brandon Griffith,


Scarlott Guillory, Bonnie
Gunter, Mary Gustafson,
Brian Hamilton, Jack
Hansel, Sarah Harton, Cory
Hassett, George Haymons,
Shana Heagwood,
Marina Hobson, Tanisha
Holland, Cara Hulion, ,.
Eujenee James, Terri King,
Rebecca King, Ethan King,
Vanessa Kinney, Brittany
Linthicome, Tara Long,
Regine Lopez, Nicole
Lovering, Reba Martin,
Denielle Maurice, Jennifer
McClamma, Curtis
McKinion,TeenaMcKinney, "
Matthew McPalmet, Bryan '
Miller, Ashley Milone,.
Elizabeth Mullins, Tristin '
Nauta, Chris Newell Jr., r
Victoria Nieves, Nicole
Olson, Bradley Parker,.,
Andrew Percival, Henry ,
Quarles, Wesley Ritchie,-,
Daniel Rivera, Alma-,
Roberts, Tamara Robertson,
Angela Salcedo, Salina ,'
Samaro, Danette Sanders, '
S. Saunders, Krista Sennett,
Danita Shepherd, Lisa '
Skipper, Brannon Small, 4
Brenda Smith, Jessica Smith,
Erynne Smith, Charles;
Springer, Erika Stewart, .
Gregg Stubberfield, Steven
Swiatek, Taleana Talmon, ;,
Emily Thornhill, Adriana
Torres, Amber Walker, ,:
Aritha Watson, Kevin .
Wesolowski, Ca-Lishea
Woods, Audrey Wright "
Holt: Sonya Daniel, Kelly
Finley, Laura Jimenez
Laurel Hill: Colby
Bridges, Juanita Fickett,:"
Tara McLaney, Alyson
Savage
Paxton: Taylor Johnson


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CRESTVIEW You've
seen us at public meetings,
sports events, ceremonies,
graduations, and news
scenes where we gather
information to share with
the rest of the north county
community.
But did you know we can
also take information to your
class or organization?
Crestview News Bulletin
staff members share their
expertise on various topics
with local classrooms, clubs,
Scout troops, and other
organizations.
Learnhow to play sports


more safely from Sports
Editor Robert Young.
Find out what it takes to
publish a newspaper twice a
week and maintain an up-to-
date Web site during a class
visit to the News Bulletin
office.
Discover the rewards
and career opportunities
in journalism when News
Bulletin staff members visit
your classroom.
Staff writer and
travel columnist Brian
Hughes presents several
programs, some of which
can also be brought to your-


organization:
Find out how to plan and
execute an independent trip
to Europe at his three-night
"Europe Bound" seminar at
Okaloosa- Walton College's
Prime Time program next
month;
Learn how. World War
II has been portrayed in
the theater, on film and
on TV at the upcoming
Florida Chautauqua
Winter Assembly during
his presentation originally
developed for the National
World War II Museum;
WalkerElementarystudents


in Laura Pink's class took a
magical tour through great
European castles on Jan.
16 and learned how these
mighty structures were
made; and,
Discover why the 007 books
and films are so enduring
at Brian's "James Bond
Phenomenon" program at
the Walton County Coastal
Branch Library, Feb. 13.
Generally, there is no
charge for News Bulletin
staff members to visit your
organization (or for your
group to visit us). For details,
call us at 682-6524.


Special to the News Bulletin ,
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on Stage & Screen" at the National World War II Museum
in New Orleans. He will repeat the presentation at the ,
upcoming Florida Chautauqua Winter Assembly.


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Crestview News Bulletin I A7


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c ROSSI New York a winter wonderland
.... '^ ~Brian Hughes


New York is vibrant and

exciting any time ofyear In

winter the city's already speedy

pace seems accelerated


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

NEW YORK I've been
to some pretty chilly places,
but the coldest I think
I've ever been was during
the two-block walk from
Broadway to a 46th Street
theater.
New York is vibrant
and exciting any time of
year. In winter, the city's
already speedy pace seems
accelerated. I love it.
And I love that many
tourists choose to stay away
in mid-winter.
Sure, the winds that often
howl down the concrete
canyons can be bitter. But
if you bundle up and keep
on the move, the cold is
more than tolerable. It's
positively exhilarating.
Hop AirTran's 6:20 a.m.
flight from Pensacola. By 2
p.m. you'll be seated, at the
Roxy Deli in Times Square
with a steaming bowl of the
world's best mushroom and
barley soup and a corned
beef sandwich too big to eat
with your hands.
It'll warm you up
for the wait at TKTS for
discounted (as much as 50
percent off) tickets to that
day's Broadway and off-
Broadway shows.
Located in the breezeway
under the Marriott Marquis,
TKTS only takes cash or


travelers checks. Save the
exorbitant fees at the bank
on the corner and withdraw
cash from the ATM in the
McDonald's across Times
Square. It only charges $1,
Great shows posted just
last week included Mama
Mia!, The Phantom of the
Opera, Hairspray, Avenue Q, A
Chorus Line, Monty Python's
Spamalot, Les Misdrables and
Mary Poppins.
Matinee tickets for
new hits, such as Young
Frankenstein, occasionally
show up at TKTS, but tickets
for evening performances
are rare.
Landmarks such as the
Statue of Liberty (which
proudly stands in my
home state of New Jersey,
incidentally) and the
Empire State Building are
well worth a visit, but allow
time to see some sights
often overlooked.
Walking through Fort
Tryon Park at Manhattan's
northern tip during a
lovely snowfall, we enjoyed
visiting The Cloisters, a
remarkable museum that
loomedthroughtheswirling
flakes like an ancient hilltop
monastery.
The design was
purposeful. It contains
several complete cloisters,
artwork, and architectural
details from the ruins
of medieval- European


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
A typical New York deli's corned beef sandwich, such as
this one from the Roxy, is too big to eat with your hands.


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Bustling Times Square is the heart and soul of New York's theater district.


monasteries and convents.
A sister property of the
Metropolitan Museum of
Art, your ticket is valid for
same day admission to both
museums.
Other great New York
museums include the
American Museum of
Natural History, the South
Street Seaport Museum, the
Guggenheim,. the Museum
of Modem Art, Madame
Toussaud's Wax Museum
and the Intrepid Air-Sea-
Space Museum.
New Yorkhotels are pricy,
but no-frills "boutique"
hotels abound. Finding
a good one in a decent,
convenient neighborhood
can be tricky, however.
A friend recommended
the Hotel Grand Union,
which we found perfectly
adequate. There's a subway
stop just steps up the street
and a deli next door where
we bought fresh bagels for
breakfast.
A really fun New York
freebie is a walk across the
Brooklyn Bridge if the
day's not too blustery! Take
the subway into the first
stop in Brooklyn, then walk
back to Manhattan, viewing
the skyline and pausing


nrian Hugnes I Crestview News bulletin
Don't hesitate to get around New York by the fast, convenient subway system.
The stations and trains are clean and well patrolled.


to read the fascinating
historical markers en route.
Another great freebie is
a ride on the Staten Island
Ferry, offering incredible
views of the Statue of
Liberty and Manhattan.
For midday meals, save
money and try New York's.
famed sidewalk cuisine.
Pushcart vendors sell
everything from wieners
and gyros to those huge
pretzels for which they're
famous.
Or visit the sprawling
Grand Central Market in
Grand Central Station and


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'to assemble a bodacious
lunch. It's worth a visit
just to ogle the market's
extraordinary selection.
At suppertime, a favorite
restaurant is Carmine's,
where humongous ,platters
of Italian food are served
family style. It's right off
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A8 I Crestview News Bulletin MILITARY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2008


OWC appoints Soroka as its



Professor of Military Science


Lieutenant Colonel Mark
Soroka has been assigned to
full-time duty as an assistant
professor of military science
with the Reserve Officers'
Training Corps (ROTC)
program at Okaloosa-Walton
College.
He began classroom duty
in the spring term on Jan.
14.
Soroka will be in charge
of the OWC ROTC courses
that introduce military
organization, skills and
tradition. Soroka explained
that ROTC is open to any
qualified student who
wishes to explore the
possibility of a military
career and enrollment does
not require a commitment to
military service.
"Enrollment for the
Spring ROTC lasses, Basic
Leadership & Military Skills
and Application of Military
Skills, are open through
the end of late registration
on Jan, 22," Soroka said. "I
encourage any interested
student to contact me by
phoneat729-6022or512-0160
or e-mail at sorokam@owc.


edu."
Soroka said the courses
are transferable to university
level ROTC programs in any
branch of the U.S. Armed
Forces.
A native of Pennsylvania
and graduate of the
University of Pittsburgh,
Soroka was commissioned
as a second lieutenant in field
artillery upon graduation
from the Officer Candidate
School in 1988. Prior to
being selected to serve as a
professor of military science
for OWC, his most recent
active duty assignment was
as Chief of Force Structure
for the U.S. Army Financial
Management School at Fort
Jackson, S.C. Other recent
assignments included duty
as an inspector general
for the 8th U.S. Army IG
headquartered in Seoul,
Korea and deputy brigade
commander for the 175th
Finance Command in
Korea.
In a unique joint
agreement, the ROTC
program at OWC program is
part of the University of West


Madden completes basic training
Air Force Airman Derrick
A. Madden has graduated
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received earn -credits toward an
physical training, rifle associate degreethrough the
marksmanship, field training Community College of the Air
exercises, and special Force.
training in human relations. Maddenr is the son
In addition, airmen who of Gregory and Kathy
complete basic training McCollough of Crestview.


Special to the News Bulletin
Major Steve Duckworth (left) from the UWF Department
of Military Science passes the ROTC guidon to Lt. Col.
Mark Soroka (right) who will lead the OWC
program on a full-time basis.


Florida Corps of Cadets.
Students in the program
are provided with uniforms
and equipment and receive
instruction in the first two
years of military leadership
training.
ROTC is a four-year
program that consists
of a basic component,
four courses that may be
completed at OWC, and an
advanced component, the


junior and senior years of
study at the university level.
OWC scholarships,
including Col. George "Bud"
Day ROTC scholarships,
are available. Scholarships
through the U.S. Army are
available for students who
'transfer to the University of
West Florida ROTC program
following OWC. The ROTC
program at OWC began in
2001.


Hall completes basicat Lackland


Air Force Airman Andre
T Hall has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training


earn credits toward an
associate degree through the
Community College of the Air
Force.
Hall is the son of Tricia
Green of Crestview.


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right), representing both the Emerald Coast
Republican Women and the Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated, are shown with Beanie Babies,
that have been collected by club members to send t(f
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Tech. Sgt. Chad Wilkey
(right), 447th Expedition-
ary Logistics Readiness
Squadron, is presented
with the Purple Heart
Medal by Lt. Gen. Gary
North, Central Air Forces
Command commander.
Air Force Tech. Sgt.
Chad A. Wilkey has been
decorated with the Purple
Heart Medal for being
wounded while serving in
Iraq in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
The medal is awarded
to individuals wounded in
war or armed conflict while
engaged with an enemy
or opposing armed force
in defense of the United
States. It is als6 awarded
posthumously to the next
of kin of military members
who are killed in action,
or who died of wounds
received in action. During
peacetime, it is awarded to
individuals wounded or
killed (posthumous award)
while part of a peacekeeping
force serving with a friendly
foreign force, or as a result
of terrorist acts.
Wilkey, a squadron
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with 18 years of military
service, is assigned to the
96th Logistics Readiness
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CTI lauded by industry leaders

Crestview H.S. programA

picked as national model ...


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW The
construction industry
already knows the
CommunityHigh:Okaloosa
Institutes for Career
Education (CHOICE)
program fulfills a need
by providing a trained
workforce.
Now the Construction
Users Round Table
(CURT), representing the
businesses that rely on
construction trades to build
their infrastructure, have
recognized it, too.
It chose Crestview High
School's Construction
Technology Institute
CHOICE program as
one of its six nationwide
Workforce Development
Award winners for 2007.
"The CHOICE program
demonstrates the need and
success of collaboration
among the private and
public sector encouraging
participationof construction
contractors with public
education," CURT's Web
site said in announcing the
award.
When CURT speaks,
the construction industry
perks up and listens. Its
membership list includes
names like Chrysler, Boeing,
Eastman Kodak, DuPont,
General Motors, Merck
and even Walt Disney
Imagineering.
"CURT depends on the
construction people who
build their facilities to affect
the bottom line," explained
CHOICE Program Specialist
Matt Clark, who was
featured on the cover of the
January "Florida Trend"
business magazine.
Clark said the CTI at
Crestview High School uses


a curriculum by industry
for industry employed by
the largest construction
companies in America.
"There was a lot of talk
around Florida that our
students couldn't do a
curriculum this vigorous,
and we proved them
wrong," Clark said proudly.
"If you challenge a student,
they'll work harder."
The model for an
industry and education
collaboration developed
in Crestview rapidly is
becoming a nationwide
model.
"It's completely inno-
vative and completely
different from anything
that's going on in the United
States," Clark said.
"Our programs are not
only strictly vocational,
we think of them as career
education."
Students can earn
Bright Futures Gold Seal
scholarships to a comm-
unity college.
The "professional track"
programs offer construction
management curriculum
designed for students
who will seek a four-year
degree.
Crestview High's
CHOICE program "is more
like a lattice of opportunity
instead of tracks," said
Clark.' Students can go to
college; or go to work and
atterid college, or go right
to work.
"Some students have
gone on to work for
industry partners and have
received 100 percent tuition
from their employers to go
to college," Clark said.
Superintendent of
Schopls Dr. Alexis Tibbetts
"backs us 100 percent. She's
all over this thing," Clark
said.


Okaloosa School District I Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview High School CTI students put their classroom education to practical use during a
construction project on the school's campus.


With the success and
industry recognition and
support of Crestview's
CHOICE program, county
school officials are starting to
explore ways of introducing
CHOICE education as early
as middle school. .
"Students can under-
stand there's more careers
out there than doctors and
lawyers," Clark enthused.
"We're going to give
these students enough
information so by the time
they get to high school they
can make informed career
choices."
Clark cited education
experts' figures that said
up to 75 percent of high


school graduates won't go
to college.
Crestview High School
Principal Ed Coleman says
"one of the best thing we
can do for these kids is give
them vocational training,"
Clark said.. .....
"It's definitely right for
students, it's definitely
right for industry, and
it's definitely right for
education. There's a lot
of synergy here; a lot of
dynamics involved.
"We have a good school
system, good students and
good teachers, and we have
people who are interested
in making a difference in
students' lives."


More on CTI
Construction Technology,
Institutes like the one at
Crestview High School
can't graduate students
fast enough to meet
industry's expected needs,
said CHOICE Program
Specialist Matt Clark.
"Nationwide there are
more than 60 power plants
that have to come on line
by 2012," he explained.
"Well, they're freaking
out because they don't
have the skilled, trained
workforce to meet the
need. This is a national


security issue when you
can't get power to the
infrastructure.
"Whatever [industry]
needs to do to get a trained
workforce out there to make
this stuff happen, they're
involved with at a very, very-
high level."

What is CHOICE?
I CHOICE is a unique
program for high school
students. It lets students
earn high school credit,
college credit and
nationally recognized
industry certification all at
the same time.


Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
About 20 people attended the Crestview Working Women Express Network kickoff
event this past Thursday.

Local ABWA group holds kickoff event


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Working
Women Express Network
of the American business
*Women's Association held
its kickoff event this past
Thursday.
About 20 women enjoyed
breakfast at Michael's Caf6
and heard a presentation by
Derek Lott, a First National
Bank vice president.
The group meets on the
third Thursday of every
month at Michael's Caf6.
Meetings start at 7:30 a.m. to


give members time to attend
before work.
"It's a great way for
women to get together and
network and show each other
what they can do to help each
other's businesses," said
Susie Chestnut, formation
chair for the local network.
The ABWA's mission
is "to bring together
businesswomen of diverse
occupations and to provide
opportunitiesforthemtohelp
themselves and others grow
personallyandprofessionally
through leadership, edu
-cation, networking


support and national
A+ recognition," according to
the organization's Web site.
Learn more about the local
network at http://www.
abwaworkingwomenexnet.
org/index.htm.

What: Crestview Working
Women Express Network.
When: Meetings at 7:30 a.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month.
Where: Michael's Cafe on
SMain Street in Crestview.
Info: http://www.
abwaworkingwomenexnet.org/
index.htm.


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_ Return of the great eight


Girl Scouts are known
for those cookie varieties
offered each year.
These cookies do
much more than entice
the palate. They enable
Girl Scouts to learn life
skills such as goal setting,
money management, and
teamwork while allowing
customers to purchase
a great product and
support girls in their own
community.
Girl Scouts, from all age
levels, plan their yearly
adventures based on what
they expect to earn from
troop dues, money earning
activities and the annual
Cookie Sale Program.


Eight varieties will be
offered this year:
Thin Mints: Thin
Mints are made with pure
peppermint oil and feature
a chocolatey coating. They
are the most popular Girl
Scout cookie, accounting for
25 percent of national sales
Peanut Butter:
Sandwich ABC Bakers'
homemade peanut butter
is spread between two
crunchy oatmeal cookies
Thanks-A-Lots:
Thanks-a-Lot cookies say
thanks in five different
languages. Each cookie
has a layer of fudge at the
bottom and the words "thank
you" in French, English,
Swahili, Chinese or Spanish
on the top.


* Peanut Butter Patties:
Peanut butter is dropped on
a base cake, then coated
with fudge made from Dutch
cocoa.
Shortbread: The
cookie that started it all,
Shortbreads are the original
Girl Scout cookie and have
a buttery flavor.
Caramel deLites:
In many markets, these
cookies are the No. 1 seller
and feature a vanilla cookie
with a coconut layer, along
with caramel and a drizzle
of fudge.
Cinna-Spins: These
five 100-calorie packs
are crispy cookies with
cinnamon swirls.
Lemonades: These
new cookies add a lemon
tang to shortbread.


RWOF installs officers
Officers of the Republican Women of Okaloosa, Federated for 2008-2010
are (l-r) back row: Kathy Foster, 2nd vice president; Barbara Harrington,
corresponding secretary; and Barbara Morris, recording secretary;
Front Row: Hulda Muhlum, 1st vice president; Marijo Strauss, president;
and Patricia Perri, treasurer.


ERA names
top sellers
For November, Dot
Buchanan was Agent of the
Month for all five of ERA
American Realty's area offices.
She closed transactions totaling
over $1.7 million. The Overall
Producer for December was
Linda Barber, with a total of
over $1.3 million in closed
transactions for the month.
Kathy Wilhelm was Agent
of the Month for Crestview in
November and Michelle Styron
was Crestview's top producer
for December.
In Niceville, Marsha
Thomas was awarded Agent of


the Month for November and
Sharlyn Thomas was the top
producer in December. Charles
Speer was the top producer in
the Navarre office and Needa
Brannon was the top producer
for the Destin office for both
November and December.
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ABWA Working
Women Express
Network
The group meets every third
Thursday at Michael's Cafe
on Main Street in Crestview.


Networking will start at 7:30
and breakfast at 7:45.

Torch Award
applicants
The Better Business Bureau
is accepting applications for
the 2008 Torch Award for
Marketplace.Ethics.
The award recognizes
businesses and charities
that insist on exceptionally
high standards of behavior
in dealing with customers,
vendors and employees.
To be considered, a
company or 501 (c)(3) charity
must have been in business for
one year or more with the same


ownership and may not hold
an unsatisfactory record with
your BBB. BBB accreditation is
not required to enter, however,
applicants must be physically
located within the BBB of
Northwest Florida's service
area, including Escambia,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, or
Walton counties. Past award
recipients are eligible after a
three-year waiting period.
The application deadline
is April 4. Recipients will
be recognized at a series of
luncheons in May.
For an application
guide and entry form,
suggestions for completing


an application for the Torch
Award or information on the
Student Ethics Scholarship,
please visit www.nwfl.bbb.
org/TorchAward or call
1-800-729-9226.

BBB Student Ethics
Scholarship
The Better Business Bureau
is accepting applications
from high school junior and
senior students in Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa, Walton, and other
counties for its 2008 BBB
Student Ethics Scholarship
program. ~,.-,- I
Nine $1,000 scholarships
have been set up for those who


plan to attend an accredited
college in the United States or
Canada.
Criteria include 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.
For details or to sponsor a
scholarship, call (850) 429-0002
or start with bbb.org.


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2008


SECTION


CHS wrestlers leave with multiple top spots

The Crestview High School team place second and third in individuals during championships


Schedule

Basketball
Wallon at Crestview
(Boys), Tuesday at 6 p.m.
(JV) and 7:30 p.m. (V)

Crestview at Tate
(Boys), Thursday at 4 :30
p.m. (F), 6 p.m. (JV) and
7:30 p.m. (V)

Niceville at Crestview
(Boys), Friday at 5:30 p.m.
(JV) and 7p.mm,(V)

Escambia Charter at
Laurel Hill (Boys), Tuesday
at 6:30 p.m. (V)
Laurel Hill at Rocky
Bayou (Boys), Thursday at
6 p.m. (JV) and 7:15 p.m.
(V)
Laurel Hill at Freeport
] (Girls), Tuesday at 5:30
p.m. (JV) and 6:45 p.m.
(V)
Bozeman at Laurel Hill
(Girls), Friday at 5:30 p.m.


Baker at Central (Boys),
Tuesday at 6 p.m.' (JV) and
::. 7:15 p.m. (V)
Pensacola Christian at
Baker (Boys), Thursday at
4:30 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m.
(V)

Niceville at Baker
-(Girls), Thursday at 7:15
p.m. (V)

Wrestling

JV dual meet at Gulf
Breeze, today at 6 p.m.,

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)
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Crestview Little
league
Crestview Little League
is holding registration for
Sthe 2008 Spring Season
now through 15 Feb.
Boys BASEBALL and
Girls SOFTBALL programs
are available. Ages range
from 5 to 18. Cost is only
S$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!
Register at the
following locations: Sports
2000 M-F, 9am-5:30 pm &
Sat. 10am-2pm Jan. 26th
0 @ McDonald's (by Winn-
SDixie)
Feb. 2nd @ Publix &
SCLL Ball Park
See PSA C2


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The third annual "Florida
Panhandle Wrestling
Championships" turned
out as expected Crestview
High School coach Jeff
Fowler stated Monday.
"Overall the tournament
was again a big success,"
Fowler said.
"The competition crossed
all three state classifications
(1A, 2A and 3A) and teams
were ready as their lineups


Pam Golden
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE A season
that looked promising
going into the Christmas
break ended on a dismal
note when the Crestview
High School boys boccer
team dropped its first
district tournament game
to Choctawhatchee, ending
their 2007-08 season.
The Bulldogs beat the
Indians in December, 3-0.
The Indians came back
in Niceville on Monday
and got revenge. Choctaw
knocked back four earned
goals and one that hit the
net off a CHS defender.
CHS had some close shots
on goal, but wasn't able to
land one in the net, leaving
the final score, Indians 5,
Bulldogs 0.
CHS coach Brian Massey
was disappointed the team


are now shaping up for
districts next week."
The Bulldogs placed
seventh in the team
standing. Kyle Miller led
CHS by placing second
(now 35-8 and seven wins
from 100) overall in his 130
class. Nick Panucci was
right behind in fourth place
in the 171 bracket, he now
has a 36-11 record.
Josh Longman and Josh
Hilger both placed fifth
in their classes (285 and
135 respectively), while


freshman Justin Mitchell
placed fifth at 152, earning
his 14th win of the season.
"We fared very well
actually," Fowler said.
"The whole team
wrestled tough and
showed just how close we
are to breaking through.
Finishing seventh in a field
of 20 teams is excellent and
we were close to finishing
in the top five."
From 9 a.m. to well
into the afternoon, the
competition on every comer


was a challenge.
"Some of the finals
matches pitted state ranked
wrestler against state
ranked wrestler and they
lived up to it," Fowler said.
"Niceville is clearly the
class of the panhandle as
it won it going away but
many of the teams are
young and only going to
get better."
Now, the Bulldogs are

See SPOTS C2


GETTING CALLED UP

Baker's former quarterback Laine Barnhill makes his way to Culver Stockton


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

In the spring of 2007
Baker's Laine Barnhill
exited the Gator field
and moved up to Culver
Stockton College on a
football scholarship.
"Laine was a good
quarterback and the staff
up there knew that," Baker
coach Bob Kellogg said.
"He had the numbers
and he had the talent."
Barnhill scored eight
touchdowns with seven
,interceptions during his
final the regular season at
Baker. After a 6-5 record
in his last year with the
maroon and gold, Barnhill
took his 82 completions in
150 attempts for 937 yards
and traveled up'to Canton,
Mo., in the summer.
Because of a
standardized test problem
Barnhill had to return to
his home roots and take
classes for a semester at
Okaloosa-Walton College.
"There was a problem
with my ACT scores,"
Barnhill said.
"It wasn't high enough
for what they wanted. It
wasn't bad at all but they
needed me to be more
prepped for up north."
After Barnhill took
retreat to OWC for six


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Former quarterback Laine Barnhill of Baker along side
teammate David Langston!

months, he then returned lifting weights, but we'll be
to Canton to jump right practicing. soon enough,"
into practice. Barnhill said.
"Right now we're just "Coach Christian


Guenther has shown he's
liking my work and I hope
so too."
Barnhill's parents are
hoping everything turns
out great for their son in
his new college uniform.:
"We're happy that he's
liking it," laughed Susan
Barnhill.
"He keeps saying how
cold it is."
Change comes in all
different forms, as basic as.
the weather.
"When I left Florida it
was always around 80,
now it hasn't gotten over
20 degrees," laughed
Barnhill.
"Evryoi6eiuplhere seems
ready to start playing and
practicing. So am I."
The former QB for the
Gators joined the ranks
of C-SC this December,
and started to get into the
football program's routine.
Culver Stockton
Christian College was
1-10 this past season
and is looking to redeem
itself with a -partially new
lineup.
Look for Barnhill and
the Wildcats to make their
debut in the fall.
For more information
on Barnhill please visit
maxpreps.com or culver.
edu.


Pam Golden I Crestview News Bulletin
CHS Senior Rusty Golden runs down a Choctawhatchee High School player during
Monday's district tournament game.


didn't play to its potential.
"We just didn't show up
last night as a team until it
was almost over," Massey
said. "If we would have
played'the way we played
in the last 10 minutes,
things may have been


different."
The 2007-08 season was
successful in some ways.
CHS soccer fans saw the
players come together as a
team, establish themselves
as role models in school
with a new game day dress


code and up the district ante
with crucial wins against
several teams, including
Choctawhatchee.
"My overall goal as a
coach is to try to develop a
players' skill and their love
for the game as well as help


BAKER (67)
'Austin McCart 1, Josh
Rose 19, Chad Donley 7,
Chad Lawhon 1, Cameron
Davis 7, Stephen Shelley
22, JarrodBatson 10. Totals
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See BRIEFS C2


Buldog season closed by Choctaw

Crestview boys soccer team loses its final match against the Indians on Monday


I SM We are always looking for sports information and news
AmW'"g A I L I f from those involved in our community. FR EDOM
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C2 I Crestview News Bulletin SPORTS


Baseball still churning Hoboes defeat Central

Baseball season is right around the corner at Crestview in triple Overtinle

Laurel Hill boys
basketball team


Robert Young I Crestview News Bulletin
CHS baseball coach Tim Gillis talks to the boys about their agenda for the week of
tryouts. Out of the 50-60 players trying out, half of them will be cut within the first
week and another half from the remaining. Baseball season kicks off around the
second week of February for the Bulldogs.


PSA continued from C1


Feb. 9th @ Wal-Mart. &
CLL Ball Park
All Saturday times are
10am-2pm
You can also
register online at www.
crestviewlittleleague.com
or call 423-1011 for more
info.

Youth League
Volunteers
Crestview Little League
is in search of personnel
interested in becoming
volunteer umpires, coaches,
or concessions help for the
spring 2008 Baseball and


JAY (55)
Barlow 6, Castleberry 3,
Randolph 3, B. Hendricks 16,
Nelson21, Kemp 2, R. Hendricks
4. Totals 19 3 8-17 55.
JV: Jay, 34-19
Laurel Hill 79, Central 76
30T:.
In a thriller at Laurel Hill,
Zack Sledge scored a career-
high 31 points, which included
a crucial 3-pointer in the third
overtime.
Hoboes coach Ronnie Smith
stated this game could be a
deciding factor in their district
running.
Jeffrey Reese added 24
points and Seth Strickland had
15 for the Hoboes (12-6, 7-3),
who worked their way out of a
19-7 deficit in the first quarter.
Laurel Hill had three steals in
the last overtime.


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 andleave a
voice mail or check for contact
information at our Web site
Crestviewlittleleague.com

Baseball


Laurel Hilli: s JV won 44-29.
Laurel Hill plays host
Tuesday to Escambia Charter.
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CENTRAL (76)
Campbell 37, Dawson 16,
Nolan 5, Morris 8, Jurgon 5,
Bondurant 5. Totals: 21 6 16-24
76.

LAUREL HILL (79)
Zack Sledge 31, Jeffrey
Reese 24, Seth Strickland 15,
Jace Smith 6, Will Sherwood 3.
Totals: 18 10 13-21 79.
Baker 62 Rocky Bayou
Christian 54:
Bakeri s early lead held up
in a non-district victory.
Chad Donley scored a team-
high 15 points to lead Baker,
while Josh Rose had 14 and


looking to polish their skills not
only within the varsity team, but
also the junior varsity.
"Our attention turns toward our
JV as they compete in a big meet
at Gulf Breeze on Wednesday ,"-
Fowler said.
"Then it's all about the varsity as
we prepare for districts on Feb. I."
Fowler and the wrestling team
are ready to raise the bar and


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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.


Stephen Shelley scored 12.
Noah Mosley poured in a
game-high 21 points for the
Knights.' '
Rocky Bayou (3-14) hosts
Paxton on Tuesday. The Gators
(10-8) travel to Central on
Tuesday.
Baker 241715 6 62
RBCS1681119 54
RBCS (54)
P.T. Tidwell 6, James Kaim 8,
Deion Wright 1, Noah Mosley
21, Ryan Bums 4, Will Randolph
5, Taylor Peacock 9. Totals: 16 3
13-21 54.

BAKER (62)
Austin McCart 1, Josh Rose
14, Colton Henry 5, Chad
Donley 15, Chad Lawhon 2,
Cameron Davis 6, Stephen
Shelley 12, Jarred Batson 7.
Totals: 14 8 10-15 62.


perhaps take home what they've
been looking to goafter all year.
"We host. How cool would it be
to be able to keep that first or second
place trophy here in Crestview,"
Fowler said.
"Our goal .is top two and I
think we're beginning to reach our
'potential."
Look for the JV team in a dual
meet at Gulf Breese today at 6 p.m.


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It was THE game for
Laurel Hill's Zack Sledge.
With a third overtime
underway and the clock
ticking into a fourth,
Sledge hit a crucial
3-pointer from the baseline
with seconds left to win
the game, 79-76.
The Hobo boys
basketball team left the
court victorious Friday
night against Central in a
District 1-1A matchup.
Sledge scored a career-
high 31 points. Jefferey
Reese followed behind
with 24 points. Seth
Strickland brought up the
back with 15.
Laurel Hill (12-6, 7-3
entering its game against
Escambia Charter on
Tuesday) is now looking
to travel to Rocky Bayou
for its sixth back-to-back
district matchup.
Under the watchful
eye of head coach Ronnie
Smith; the blue and white
looks to enter the district


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin


The Hoboes offense press through Chad Lawhon and
Baker on Dec. 20. Laurel Hill will meet its hometown
rival yet again on Jan. 29 as the second to last regular
season game before districts.


tournament with a bang.
The team only has
four games until the
tournament on Feb. 5, with
Baker and Crestview as its
biggest rival teams left to


play on Jan. 29 and Feb. 1.
Look for Laurel Hill to
continue its schedule at
Rocky Bayou, Thursday at
6 p.m. (JV) and 7:15 p.m.
(V).


STORY, continued from C1

them become better people
in their lives by trying to
be a positive role model/
influence in their lives,"
Massey said. "I feel I was
successful in that."
Going into the 2008-09
season, Massey will build
on the foundation.
"Obviously, we would
love to win every game,"
Massey said. "But learning
to love the game and learn
to lose with pride and hold
your head up no matter
what the game outcome is
a bigger prize than a 'W'
on the record. Winning
is second to me in that
respect."
The boys soccer program
will play an exhibition
game on Feb. 1 in the CHS
stadium. Soccer alumni
will challenge the 2007-08
varsity team at 7 p.m.
Admission is $4 for adults
and $3 for students.
The Bulldogs celebrate
the season with a banquet
in the CHS cafeteria at 6
p.m., Feb.
8. Dinner is $7 for family
members and friends. For
more information, contact
Sheila Kurpil at bonz4fsu@
cox.net. 30507 14
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LIVING, AND IF DEAD, dation to participate in
THE UNKNOWN this proceeding should
SPOUSE, HEIRS,. DEVI- no later than seven (7)
__ _ SEES GRANTEES AS- days prior, contact the
SIGNEES LIEN'ORS Clerk of the Court's disa-
AN NS CREDITORS, TRUSTEE bility coordinator at
AND ALL OTHER PAR- 85-651-7497 1250 N
1100- Legal Advertising TIES CLAIMING AN IN- EGLIN PKWY SUITE
1110-ClassifiedNotices TEREST BY, THROUGH, Al14 SHALIMAR FL,
1120 Public Notices/ UNDER OR AGAINST 32579. If hearing im'-
Announcements SCOTT A WHITE; PIER 1 paired contact (TDD)
1130- Adoptions CONDOMINIUM ASSO-. 00-955-8771 via Flor-
1140 Happy Ads CIATION OF FORT WAL- ida Relay System.
1150 Personals TON BEACH, INC; are
1100- Lost the Defendants. I will sell Submitted by:
1170- Found to the highest and best Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA
bidder Tar cash at Attorneys for Plaintiff
Shalimar Courthouse An- 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
nex, front door, 1250 300
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar Fort 'Lauderdale, Florida
F' 32579, at 11:00AM 33312
on February 11 2008 Telephone :
the following described 305-770-4100
property as set forth in Fax: 305-653-2329
said Final Judgment, to
Legal # 100251 wit:; 01/16/08
01/23/08
IN THE CIRCUIT THE CONDOMINIUM
COURT OF THE FIRST PARCEL KNOWN AS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF APARTMENT NO. B-120
FLORIDA IN AND OF PIER ONE CONDO- Legal # 100252
FOR OKALOOSA MINIUM, A
COUNTY CASE NO. CONDOMINIUM AC- IN THE CIRCUIT
2007-CA-1921 CORDING TO THE DEC- COURT OF THE FIRST
LARATION OF CONDO- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
WELLS FARGO BANK, MINIUM THEREOF, RE- FLORIDA IN AND
NATIONAL ASSOCIA- CORDED IN OFFICIAL FOR OKALOOSA
TION AS TRUSTEE FOR RECORDS BOOK 742, COUNTY CASE NO.
SECURITIZED ASSET PAGE 505 OF THE PUB- 07-CA-3305 S
BACKED RECEIVABLES LIC RECORDS OF
LLC 2006-OP1 MORT- OKALOOSA COUNTY, SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
GAGE PASS-THRIUGH FLORIDA AND AMEND- INC.
CERTIFICATES, SERIES MENTS THEREOF, AND Plaintiff,et.al
2006-OP1, PURSUANT TO SURVEY, Defendants.-
Plaintiff, et.al., PLOT PLAN AND
GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION NOTICE OF
vs. OF IMPROVEMENTS RE- FORECLOSURE SALE
CORDED IN CONDO-
SCOTT A WHITE, et al MINIUM PLAT BOOK 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY
Defendants, PAGES 62 AND 63, IN GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
THE PUBLIC RECORDS nal Judgment of Foreclo-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- OF OKALOOSA sure dated October 24,
SURE SALE COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2007, and entered in
Case No. 07-CA-3305
NOTICE' IS HEREBY Any person claiming an- S, of the Circuit Court of
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- interest in the surplus for the First Judicial Circuit in
nal Jud ement of Foreclo- the sale, if any, other and for Okaloosa
sure date October 9, than the property owner County, Florida, wherein
2007, and entered in as of the ]is pendens must SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
Case No. file a claim within 60 INC, is a Plaintiff and
2007-CA-1921 of the days after the sale. SHANE D BROOME, IF
Circuit Court of the First LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
Judicial Circuit in and for Don W. Howard THE UNKNOWN
Okaloosa County, Flor- As Clerk of the Court SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI-
ida, wherein WELL By: Viki Jackson SEES, GRANTEES, AS-
FARGO BANK, NA- As Deputy Clerk SIGNEES, LIENORS,
TIONAL ASSOCIATION CREDITORS, TRUSTEE
AS TRUSITEFQOR;SE]eltz hi d-this RITIZED ASSET BACKED January, 2008 TIES CLAIMING IN IN-
RECEIVABLES LLC TEREST BY, THROUGH,
2006-OP1 MORTGAGE IMPORTANT UNDER OR AGAINST
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- In accordance with the APRIL BROOME; are
CATES SERIES Americans with Disabili- the Defendants. I will sell.
2006-O6P1 is a Plaintiff ties Act, persons needing to the hi hest and best
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Shalimar Courthouse An-
nex front door 1250
E lin 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 o 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 (71
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
850-651-7497 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al 14 SHALIMAR FL.
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact )TDD)
B00-955-8771 via Flor-
ida Relay System
Submitted by:
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Te e p h o n e :
.305-770-4100
ax:"305-653-2329
01/16/08
01/23/08

Legal # 100253
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.
07-CP-1571
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
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
James Lee Boulevard,
East, Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview,
Florida 32536. The
names and addresses of
the Personal Representa-
tive and of the Personal
Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demarids against
decedent's estate,
including unmatured,
contingent or
unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy 'of this
notice is served, must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
edent and other
persons having claims or
demands against'
d e c e d e n t .' s
estate including
unmatured, contingent or
unliuidated claims, must
file their claims with the
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE, FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
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.
JONESESQ.
POST OFFICE 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
CIVILACTION CASE
N0. 2007 CA
005025 S DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD NEHLS A/K/A
RICHARD M NEHLS,et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SUZANNE M.
NEHLS
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS:
231 WYNNEHAVEN
BEACH ROAD
MARY ESTHER, FK.
32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANT(S) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN
TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE. WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DE VISE ES ,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an actioen,toforeclose 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
you and you are required
o 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.
32536-351 5;telephone
number 850-689-5000,
Extension 7497, prior to
the proceeding or
Shalimar 850-651 7497
IMPORTANT
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
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Fl. 32579 tele-
phone number
850-651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
01/16/08
01/23/08


Legal # 100255
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 2006 CP
001078 C
IN RE: ESTATE OF LEDUE
ATES a/k/a L.D. ATES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
TO ALL PERSONS


HAVNG CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
You are notified that an
Order. of Summary Ad-
ministration has been en-
tered in the' Estate of
LEDUE ATES a/k/a L.D.
ATES, deceased, File
N u m b e r
2006-CP-001078-C by
the Circuit Court for
Okalooso County, Flor-
ida, Pronate Division; the
address of which is Post
Office Drawer 1359,
Crestview, Florida
32536; that the
decedent's date of death
was June 13, 2006; that
the total .value .of the es-
tate, exclusive of home-
stead real property, is.
$3,000.00 and that the
names and addresses of
those to whom it has
been assigned by such
order are:
WAYNE K. ATES a/k/a
WAYNE KENNETH
ATES
1692 Highway 90 West
Baker, Florida 32531
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the estate
of the decedent other
than those. for whom pro-
vison for payment was
made in the Order of
Summary Administration
must file their claims witht
his court WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
ANY OTHER APPLICABLE
TIME PERIOD ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S
DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE IS JANUARY
23,2008
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSON GIVING
NOTICE:
BEN L. HOLLEY
P.O. BOX 1238
Crestview, Fl. 32536
850-682-2336
FLA BAR # 0036838
PERSON GIVING
NOTICE:,
WAYNE K ATES a/k/a
WAYNE KENNETH
ATES
1692 hIGHWAY 90
West Baker, Florida
32531
01/23/08
01/30/08

Legal # 100256
NOTICE OF SALE

The following vehicle.will
be sold at public auction,
Per FI Stat 713.585 at
0:00 AM on February
8, 2008 at Lienor's ad-
dress to satisfy a lien
against said vehicle for
lab or, services and stor-.
age charges. No titles'
as is ca only. 2003
Honda Civic 2D VIN
SHHEP33513U406495
Cash sum to redeem vehi-
cle: $2627.32 Lienor:
L'Orange Auto Service
Center Inc dba L'Orange
Auto Service 1089 John
Sims Pkwy Niceville FL
3 25 7 P hone:
850-678-2586 Notice to
owner or lienholder that
he has a right to a hear-
ing any time prior to sale
date by filing with the
clerk of-the court. Owner
has the right to recover
vehicle by posting bond
in accordance with Fl
Stat 559.917; Net pro-
ceeds from sale in excess
of amount claimed by
lienor will be deposited
with the clerk of the
court. Interested parties,
contact: State Filing Serv-
ice, Inc (772) 595-9555


Legal #100239
IN THE CIRCUIT


FILE # 07-CP-1471
DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
- JOHN P GRIMES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of JOHN P.
GRIMES, deceased, File
Number 07-CP-1471, is
pending in the Circuit
Court 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-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
Notwithstanding the
time periods set
forth above, any
claims two (2) years
or more after the
decedent's date of
death is barred.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
January 5, 2008
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SAMUEL M. PEEK
222 Government Street,
Suite D
Niceville, Florida 32578
T e I e p h o n e :
850-678-1178
Florida Bar No. 329010
Personal Representative.
KAREN G. MANN
985 Bayshore Drive
Valparaiso, Fl. 32580
01 /05/0


ORDER DATED AU-
GUST 25, 1975, IN
CASE NO. 75-1049,
GREAT AMERICAN
PROPERTIES-FLORIDA,
INC. V. GULF TER-
RACE CONDOMIN-
IUM ASSOCIATION,
IN., TOGOTHER
WITH ALL OF ITS AP-
PURTENANCES AC-
'CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION. THE
UNIT'S LOCATION IS
SHOWN ON THE
PLAT RECORDED IN
CONDONOMIUM
BOOK 1 PAGE 6-7
AND PA6E 64-65 IN
THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT.
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN THE COMMON EL-
EMENTS APPURTE-
NANT THERETO AS
SET FORTH IN SAID
DECLARATION
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
on or before February
27 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.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court on this
16 day of January,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: K. Sims
'As Deputy Clerk,


Legal 100258
ADVERTISEMENT FOR
BIDS


0i/'12/08 Separate sealed BIDS for
the construction of
WATER SYSTEM IM-
Legal #100257 PROVEMENTS will be
Legal #100257 received by the MILLI-
IN THE CIRCUIT GAN WATER SYSTEM,
COURT OF THE FIRST INC., until 2:00 p.m., lo-
COURT OF THE FIRST cal time, FRIDAY FEBRU-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ARY 22, 2008 at the Mil-
ANDOSRA ligan Water System Of-
COUNTY, FKALORIDA fice. BIDS received after
CIVIL ACTION this time will not be ac-
CASE NO.: 2007CA cepted. BIDS will be pub-
004897S 'licly opened and read

ASSOCIANKATION AS Separate BIDS for EACH
ASSOCIATION, AS CONTRACT will be
TRUSTEE FOR THE CER- C NTRACT will be
TIFICATEHOLDERS OF received as follows:
ASSET BACKED SECURI- CONTRACT I WATER
TIES CORPORATION LINES: The work on the
HOME EQUITY LOAN Proect consists, in gen-
TRUST SERIES OOMC ra ofcosructn
2006E3 era of construction 6f
Plaintiff, approximately 15,100 LF
Plaintiff, O10" PVC water main'
13,800 LF of 8" PVC
s.- water main; 68,100 LF
RICK L BASH^A, of 6" PVC water main;
A/CK / RICHARD 280 LF of Ductile Iron
BASHM,. el, ipe; 73 gate valves; 41
Sef e d ln s re hydrant' assemblies;
Defendent(s). 7,910 LF of directional
NOTICE OF ACTION bore; and all appurte-
NOTICE OF ACTION ;
TO: nances necessary to com-
TO: L. S' plete the project. All work
RICHARD L.nBA ivH I"' shall be complete within
LAST NO N cD-60 consecutive calen-
L A KNOWN AD -'16 0 s
DRESS: 508 BARBOR" dar ay.
BLVD #501 CONTRACT II TANK
DESTIN, fl 32541 CNTRACTr11 TANK
CURRENT ADDRESS: NO., 3: Constru'tin of
UEN Aa 3ADDRESS 30000 Gallon
UNKNOWN Elevated Water Tank, site
ANY AND ALL work, and all
UNKNOWN PARTIES appurtenance necessary
CLAIMING BY, 'to complete the work. All
THROUGH, UNDER work shall be completed
TAND AGAINST TUHR within 240 consecutive
HEREIN NAMED calendar days.
I N D IV I D U A L CONTRACT III WELL
ARE NOT KNOWNTO NO. 3: A new minimum
BE DEAD OR ALIVE 600 GPM WELL, includ-
WHETHER SAID UN- ing testing well and
KNOWN PARTIES MAY fin dethoap
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS mte h of approtI -
CLAIM AN motel 600 feet, 14-
SPOUSES HEIRS DEVI-inch outer casin 8-inch
SEES GRANTEES OR inner casing ancolumnh
OTHER CLAlMANTS i c a
OTR CLAIMANT pipe, screens, vertical tur-
LAST KNOWN 'bine pump, piping, chem-
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN c feed system, well
ADDRESS: UNKNOWN house electrical controls
UNKNOWN site work, testing, and all
UNKNW associated appurte-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that nances necessary o com-
an action to foreclose a pletetheh work. All work
an action to forecose hall be completed within
foloJw property in 180 consecutive calen-
OKALOOSA county, dar days.
Florida: The Contract Documents
CONDOM INIM may be examined at the
UNIT NO. 94 following locations: (1)
GULF TERRACE CON- Milligan Water System
DOMINIUMS, AC- Office, 5340 Hwy. 4
DORDINIUMS, ACLA- Baker Fl. 32531
RATDING TOFCONDO-CLA 850-537-9131, and (2i
MINIUM OF OWNER- Peters Municipal Associ-
SHIP RECORDED IN ates, Inc., 300 North Fos-
OFFICIAL RECORDS ter Street (P.O. Box
OFFICIAL R ECORDS 6523 Dothan Alabama
BOOK 694 PAGE 36302, 331-793-5378
657, OF THE PUBLIC 30,331-793-5378
RECORDS OF S Copies of the Contract
COUNTY, FLORIDA, Documents may be
AS AMENDED BY IN obtained at the Issuin
AS AMENDED TBY IN- Office THE OFFICE OF
CORDED IN OFFICIAL THEUENGINEER/ PETERS
RECORDS BOOK MU N IC I PAL
742, PAGE 916 OF ASSOCIATESINC la-
THE PUBLIC RE RDS caed at 300 North
OF OKALOOSA Foster St (P Box
COUNTY FL O RIDA 6523t, than, Al.
AND REORMED BY 36303 (36302), upon


payment of $50.00 for
each set. ( PRIOR
PAYMENT REQUIRED.
SUM WILL NOT BE
REFUNDED.)
MILLIGAN WATER SYS-
TEM, INC.
MARTIN W. ELLIS, PRES-
IDENT












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Single white male 70
5'8 170lbs. Looking for
a small white lady 62-72.
I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
a cood woman to share
and do things together.
Please write RLB P.O.
Box 876, Crestview, FL
32536, or call (850)
689-8038


2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 -Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pels/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials




mppief
AKC Toy Poodles
& CKC Cockapoo
Pups
vet checked, health certif-
icates, non-shedding hy-
poallergenic, shots,
wormed, groomed.
Ready 19 Jan 2008
Sltydogger@bellsouth. net
for photos or more info.
850.623-9008
850-221-8100


NEW TOliAV

Clippendales
Dog grooming, baths,
supplies call about even-
5i7-4006 appointments




ADGA registered Nu-
bian kids males & fe-
males, good milk lines.
Sweet pets. Colorful,
healthy, Call 537-8207


NEW TIO1AV

Horse Stalls For
Rent
Crestview Area Horse
Stalls and Pasture $350
a month. Call
(850)306-5092.
Perrenial Peanut hay;
(for horses & goats) 501b
square bale. $6/bale.
Call 834-3881
Round & Square bales
Bahia hay for sale. Fert.
& shed kept dry, Baker,
FL All cut this summer.
$35/rd, $4/bale.
850-582-1054


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Crestview News Bulletin I C5


All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1007



Ron's Appliance &
Parts, open 8am-6pm,
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
ance parts appliance re-
pair. 215 N. Main
Street, Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515





NEW WgA Y
AUCTION!!
Saturday, January 26th
6:30pm. at Garcon Mar-
ket & Antiques, located
at 3526 Garcon Point
Rd., Milton Florida (1/2
mile S. of 1-10, exit 26).
Many everday items for
sale including: new & old
wood furniture, home de-
cor4, glassware, a Peace
Silver Dollar set missing
only 4 rare Coins (1921o
1924S, 1927S, and
S 1928), (3)1940 wrist
watches, 14K gold nug-
get ring, Nascar memo-
rabilia, cast iron & Mc-
Coy Pottery. Come join
us for a night of fun and
great bargainsli.Bring us
your items for sale and
you get 80% when it is
sold. Items can be
viewed starting at
9:00am the day of the
Auction. James Smith
auctioneer, Lic #
AU3184. For info call
Dan 850-525-9395 or
Janis 850-206-1753



Firewood for sale, de-
livery available. Call
537-2387
Oak firewood for
sale. Call 537-4607



Antique dining room
suite, $500 obo. Must
sell. Call 682-5211



Crestview
2 Family Yard
Sale
Rain or Shine
Fri. & Sat. 8-12
4980 S. Ferdon.



Crestview
6475 Moonlight Lane
Sat. 7 am'- until
Power tools, Guitar
Leather Bean Bag, 100
Sl. aquarium, riding
Tawn mower w/ bagger,
CDs, DVD & more,
Crestview
Covenant
Hospice
Relay for Life
Yard Sale
Fri. Feb. 15th
9am-3pm
370 W Redstone
Ave.
Accepting
donations now!
682-3628
Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Most Thurs-Sat
9:30am
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything V2 offl
Crestview
Multi Family
Garage Sale
Sat 8am-1Ipm
Turn right on Airport Rd
4.4 miles to Shirey Ct.
3509 Shirey Ct
Raindate Sat Feb 2


TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement
order. Call Jackie
682-4305





NIW TIIAY
Jr Size Pageant
and Prom
Gowns
For Rent for Sale Call
(850) 306-5092



Carrier Heat
Pump Condenser
2 ton. Coastal series, in
good condition, $600.
850-305-6739

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NIW TODAY
2 Burial plots located
in Live Oak Cemetery,
Crestview $2200 for
both. 537-2220 after 6
PM
2 LG Cell Phone
Chargers


1 each Home and Car
chargers for older model
both. 362-8868, FWB
WOLFF
TANNING BEDS
As low as $28 a monthl
FREE DVD Player. Order
by 12/15/2007. CALL
ETS Tan TODAYI 888
839-5160
www.np.etstan.com
Yamaha Birago '96,
$2000. Ladies Harley
boots size 8Y2, $50. Hot
tub cover, $100.
850-758-1331


4100- Help Wanted
4110- Resturants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information



Don't Sweat It!
Fire Up your future. Na-
tionally accredited 4wk
HVAC training program.
Get EPA/OSMA certified.
Local job placement as-
sistance. Financing avail-
able. 877-994-9904
Drivers
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Problem[
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Trainin.
1 866280-5309



Earn $800 -
$3200 monthly
to drive brand 'new cars
with, ads placed on them.
www.FreeAut6Key.com
Healthcare/CNA/Aide
Exp. CNAs
Needed at ALZ. ALF in
Crestview. Evenings &
nihts only. 423-1228
Web ID #27787727

NEW ItglAV
Healthcare/Other
North Okaloosa
Medical Center
is looking for dynamic
team members for the
following positions:
*IC Respiratory Therapist
(Full lime Nights & PRN
shifts)
Lab Director
SMedical
Transcriptionist
Medical Assistant
: Quality/Risk
Manag ement
Coordinator
Office Manager
We offer a competitive
salary with an excellent
benefits package.
NOMC
151 Redstone Avenue
Crestview, Fl 32539
850-689-8146
Fax 850-689-8470
E m a i I
Jessica Dubose@chs.net
www.northokaloosa.com
EOE/Drug Free
Workplace
Other
tS;lit


New Salon, New look
NEW T gIDA Come work with usi Call
Jenee direct 850
546-1343, all calls confi-
Need Money? dential.
Bring your items to us
and we will sell them for
youl Auction every 2nd
and 4th Saturday at
6:30pm, Garcon Marke 100 WORKERS
& Antiques located at 00 ORKERS
3526 Garcon Point Rd, NEEDED
in Milton, 1/2 mile south Assemble crafts wood
of 1-10 exit 26. Ask about items. Materials pro-
our Consignment Furni- vided. To $480+/wk.
ture Store. For mor info Free information pkg. 24
contact Dan at 525-9395 Hr 801-428-4649.


Post Office
Now Hiring
Av pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and Of.
Offered by Exam Ser-
vices not affiliated
w/USPS who hires.
1-866 497-1015 USWA


NEW ufl1A

Crestview
Office Space
1 to 5 offices in McLains
Office Plaza. Utilities
common area & janitorial
all included in one per of-
fice fee. 682-0791



Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
$600/mo + $600 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
398-5757 or 420-1516
Crestview 2br apt. like
new, close to downtown
Crestview, $625/mo
+SD. Call 850-683-1354
or 758-6068
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet, gated, no pets
6o06mo/ 5O0dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563 TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2BRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-6149
TDD/TTY 711. 145b
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Crestview- Living room
bedroom, -private 'both:
Completely furnished, ca-
ble TV, telephone, utili-
ties, washer & dryer.
$550/mo. 423-0370
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 &2BR, HC&nonHC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Roqdd
Crestview, FL. Call
850-6 82-5563.
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity



Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
l cg, no pets no smok-
ing, close to Walker Ele-
mentary. $750/mo +
$775dd. Call 240-0890







American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
0610 Lee Ave, 2br,
1ba, $500
* 140 Palmetto Dr 3br,
2.5ba, $925
* 364 Riverchase Blvd
3br 2ba, $950
* 2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
1ba $685
S6191 Bethany, 3br,
2ba, $550
* 3151 Firrest Ave. 3br,
2ba, $875
* 348 N. Bowers, 3br,
2ba $825
04769 Balboa Rd 3br,
2ba $1050
*409 Ashley Dr 3br,
2ba, $825
*311 Strawbridge Dr
3br 2ba, $1000
*39 Re ent Rd
3 br, ba, $1100
6718 Lee Ave.
3 br, 2 ba, $800
0996 Georgia St. 2br,
2ba, $875
*2820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
2ba, $1050
*2849 Old Mill Way,
4br 2ba, $1000
02993 Windsor Cir 3br,
2ba, $850
315 John Kin Rd,
3 br, 2 ba, $B25
0226 Southview Dr.,
3 br, 2 ba, $895
0332 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $825
0264 Limestone Cir 3br,
2ba, $900
*1328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba, $1050
0323 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
2ba $900
*6219 Winstead Rd,
3br 2ba, $875
*130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$950
*607 Huck Finn Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1000
01002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1100
* 1420 Greenwood Rd
3br,4ba, $1200
* 223 Trish Dr. 4br,
2ba, $1400
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


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. Call
850-689-2221


Century 21
Baylis & Davis &
Davis
(850) 682-4953
Crestview
* 3br 2ba fenced $1200
6017 Bud Moulton Rd.
* 3br, 2ba, 2cg fenced,
screened porch $1295
345 Peggy Drive
Lee Farms
* 4br, 2ba, 2cg, $1300
5218 Moore Lane
Laurel Hill
* 2 br, 1 ba, FP, Ig den,
on 4ac. Horses ok. $900
8052 Ludlum Road
Holt
* 4 br, 3 ba, fenced, on
10 Oac. Horses ok. $1200
4418 Wilkerson Bluff Rd
** Pets ok all properties.


INW IIAY
Century21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
0 401 Apple Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
*513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2'2ba $1000+dd
5474'Haburn St 3br,
2ba $11 00mo+dd
0 4295 Batten Rd, 3br
2ba $1o000mo+dd
411 Peoria Blvd,
3br,3ba, $1100+dd
S2932 Sholtz Ave.
3br, 2ba $1000+dd
0 352 Riverchase Blvd
3 br, 2 ba $1075+dd
0 5272 Cavalier Dr.
2br, lba,$725moadd
S6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $850mo+dd
0 4733 Meadow Lake
rive, 3 br, 2/2 ba
$2000mo +dd
2842 Old Mill Way,
4 br,2ba $1000+dd
5428 FlagaTrail Lane
4br 2 ba$l300mo+dd
202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
e 121 Trenton
3 br 2 ba 950mo+dd
S5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
S143 Lonn.ie Jack
3 br 2 ba 875mo+dd
545 TikelI
S4br 3ba $1400mo+dd
4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd


Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536. (850)689-11515
or (850)682-5922
0305 Walnut Ave' lbr,
1 ba 700sf, $500, trile
6307 Wa2rut 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 1ba, 900sf, $525
2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
02716 Paddock Circle,
4br 2ba, 2097, $1195
endless pool
6262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br, 2 5ba, 1,309sf,
$960, End Unit THi
0268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br, 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
6270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2 5bo, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br, 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome,
0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5a, 1,415sf,
$900, new townhome
0650 Territory Lane, 4
br, 2ba, 3000sf, $1675
military-$200 discount
*2385 Susan Drive-
ouse 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, $55 util. incl.
*114 Feldon Drive 3 br,
2 ba, 1426 sq ft,' $90
half off first months rent
0 5814 Reinke Drive- 4
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $925
in ground pool
39 Beacons Bend
Road, 2br, 1lba, 804sf
$700. Military 10% dis-
count.
S109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br' 2 ba, 1025 sf,
$1025, fenced w/large
deck
03267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $895.
1st month rent free -
5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba 1636sf,
$ 1075, cul-de-sac
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br 2ba, 1942sf,
Q1200 1st month rent
fee.
04815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
S114 Hampton Drive
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
TH
04718 Whitewater Lane
3br, 2ba, 1468sf $925
1 st month rent freel
05332 Vernon Taylor
Rd, 2br, 1ba 896sf,
$550 1st months rent
tee
0 122 Nicole lane 4br
2ba, 1912sf, $1100
rent includes pool service
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
62464 Kingston 3br
1.5ba, 108"sf, $695
privacy fenced backyard
0152 Swaying Pine
Court- 3br 2.5ba,
1309sf, $800 townhlome
for further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.cam


-b
country [ing, 3br,
2ba, large living room
with FP. 2 car carort,
25 acres with pond. Barn
with stalls. Svea area. 20
min. north of Crestview.
682-7819 or 585-6128




Crestview-
3 BR house
Call 682-3931



NIW TOIAY
Crestview- 3 br, 1 ba
110 Cameliq Place,
675mo + $400dep.
89-4442 or 240-0474


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Lrestview, FL CLrestvlew, L 1
3BR/2.5BA, 2052 Sq. Ft., $199,900. 4BR/2BA, 1650 Sq. Ft., $210,000.
You will find many extra features in Beautiful all brick home in family
this home. friendly neighborhood.
MLS 436069 MLS 481457
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3br, 2 ba,1200sq, ft.,East Crestview, Mount
Crestview ho me4brAY Y Crestview 2001 Clayton Mobile Olive area,2004 mobile
2bar. New ro2000sf fence& air homes. Avail neow Pets p c l 3 Br, 1 Ba, $700/mo Home $675mo/$550 home, 2br, large fenced
r New rof & air homes tf 3 Br, 2 Ba, $900/mo dep. Available Now. yard. $660/mo + dd.
$fB l 725/mo. 537-9798 ok. Excellent location Laurel ill 305-2320 682-6868
i $1100 & $1300 David
Crestview- Newly re- 850-826-1662 Janet Johnson Teel & Waters 3Br 2 Ba, new home
INI modeled duplexa$975/mo
ba modeled dupl 3 b 1Realty, Inc Real Estate 682-5533 or after hours For Rent- 2br 2 ba
Crestview $575/mo, $450dd. Call Equal Housing RENTALS 850-956-2553 Mobile homeflocated
4Bd 2Ba 2547sf$1270; 683-5759 Crestview, 3br 2ba Opportunity 682-6156 at 5081 Hibiscus. 1 year
cA,0 T i c, St C..f r ot 1600sf. $875mo.+$87 5 801- o A -3542 Abr,, o. A L L ... .II .Ld.. lease, $550/mo, firsf
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Realty 685-7697
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Online ID# 277850C




Crestview area; 31
2ba w/bonus ro
2000sf. Lg. fenced ba
ard. $790/r
59-9113



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Crestview
Relocating
br, Needing Rental
m. Home for June
nk- Occupancy
Needin for June occu-
pancy 3/4 BR, 2 BA, im-
maculate home in Da-
vidson school district.
Pets must be allowed.
Pool preferred but not
necessary. Willing to
sign long term lease. Pic-
tures and info can be
sent to
leoli37@yahoo.com
phone calls to
850-758-5553


dep. Newer tile/carpet.
New kitchen. Small pets
negotiable. 902-1299

Crestview:
5br,2ba $1150+dd,
S3 br 2 ba $800+ dd,
t 3 br 1 ba $700+ dd.
Rick Epperson Broker/
Owner 50-865-7777


Holt
1BR, 1,5BA. $500/mo.
978-4953

Holt
3 br 2 ba brick home
central heat 800.00
month 1st and last
months rent down
978-3310 or 6869148


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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
S511 Krest Dr.
3 br, 2 ba $995
* 1746 N. Pearl St.
3 br 2 ba $1000
* 1420 Quail Ridqe Dr
3br, 2ba, $1100
* 5251 Mt. Olive Rd
4 br, 2 ba, $1100
* 5437 E. Brook Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1300
Niceville Spacious, con-
venient 3 br 2 /2 ba, ar-
age, cathedral ceiling
with FP, living room.
Fenced yard, possible pet
$1250mo. 835-2795


$695, 3 br, 1 ba
* 113 Twin Oaks
$850, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
S82 1 Brett St.
$895, 3 br, 2 ba
<428 Riverchase
1300, 3br, 2ba no pets
* 391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets.
* 2117 Hagood.Loop
$1295,4br,3ba,2co
No pets
S2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
1800, 3br, 2, ba, 2 cg
All Properties require' a
credit check,; 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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3br, 2ba, smaKll ouUeUI
wide large private lot.
$595/mo. 862-4595 or
217-2750


Crestviev 2br, 1.5ba,
$480/mo. Quiet park.
No pets. Military & sen-
iors welcome.
850-585-8192


and last month rent and
$400 deposit. Call
682-6734 or 546-1039
after 5p.m. & weekends.

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


Crestview Lg 3br, 2ba,
doublewide wood floors.
427 Brookmeade Dr.
$675mo 398-6600


7110- Blula Horne/
7120 Commnteol
7130 CoNdo/rowlMouseM
7140: F-wr & RoSnes
7150 Los and A r q
7160-1 Mole011 Hot
7170 Waterfr
710 lwvesIment
Propedly
Real Esalte
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ATTENTION
Woodworkers,
Cabinet Makers,
Home Business
Entrepeneurs, &
Boat Owners!
Look no morel This home
is just for youl A 2400
sq. ft. brick home that in-
cludes a. custom wood-
working shop, a covered
parking area for your
boat with an attached
storage building to keep
your ishin eipment, a
wo car atached garage
converted to an over-
sized home office and
much more. Only
$279,000. Call Naylor
Realty. 850-951-2488.
Ask for Bruce

Crestview
$135,500, Beautiful
Town House, vaulted ceil-
ing, fireplace, 2 br, 2ba,
1 car, screened Lania,
25 K in upgrades.
Call owner realtor
850-689-4599

Crestview
Owner financing
Sbr 1.5 ba, 130(7 sf
126,000, $2500 down
$750/mo 7% interest.
86507,,8,

Crestview; S. of 1-10
4br, 2ba 2ca 2678sF,
1 r' old. All brick.
$249Kobo. 582-4194

LAKEFRONT
HOME ON
1 ACRE
Remodeled kitchen dual
aas fireplace, cathedral
, trayed ceilings.
$350,000. Please call
Century 21 Island View
Realty (8501 939-2366
or 1 800 262-2366
c21 ivr@navarre21 .com


Navarre
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.~
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches..- This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car qarage.~ You
will find a very open
split floor plan with q
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erator) and tons of
counte& 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
$189 900.' MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker united
850-723-1907.








Commercial 1500sf, 4
rooms plus bathroom.
50x136 lot, 551 5. Main
St. Crestview, $160K.
Excellent rental history.
Cal 850-892-4858


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08 SILVERADO 08 SILVERADO THE ALL NEW
CREW CAB, V-8, Automatic, XM Satellite Radio REGULAR CAB, Auto, AC XM CD
MSRP $28,4a MSRP $18,865
S23,1423 s15,550 MALIBU
LO Y -$1,000 LOYALTY -$1,000
MamiVORm 23,4ma23umiei $ IN STOCK* READY TO GO
V-8,AutoTransmission,PW,PL,CR,TL, Keyless Entry,
Stabilitrak,AM FMXM CD, Radio


08 COBALT 08 IMPALA 07 SUBURBAN
AC,XM, CD LTI OPTION PACKAGE
MSRP $14,1475 MSRP $21,940 MSRP $39,100 1
LOY49R LJ $U -$1,0 $1,00
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PW, PL, CR,TL, AM FM CD XM, Head Curtain Air Bags


07 COLORADO '#7943
REGULAR CAB, Z717,4x4

,r s,06 M17,894 O7 SILVERADO
OWN" $1,000
mueinmanwnwom s ssCREW CAB, 4x4
M5RP $31,720
@f nEEs -$5,185
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4 WheelDrive,V-8, AutoTransmission, PW, PL,CR,Tilt, AM FM CD,
Keyless Entry, Locking Rear Differential


LT1 Pkg.,Frdnt Bucket Seats, Power Drivers Seat,,Tinted Windows,
Assist Steps, Locking Differential, Aim. Wheels, Keyless entry, and more....


07 SILVERADO
EXTENDED CAB
MSRP $23,290
-s4, 51 1
S -$i,ooo 1.8 acre building or
MEiusmrK NeMOMD mobile home site. Has
water meter & clearing
has been done for con-
struction. $46,500.
850-398-1471 or
850-537-2592, leave
message.


CRESTVIEW 682-2731 I AN AMERICAN NEW A
FT.WALTON BEACH 243-7214 f ~bIlLare lhot with6 20066
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW 3br, 2ba,o carport
fenced. 7719 Hwy. 98


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 1/31/08.


W DFS, near Walden
Rd. $140K.
850-892-4858 for appt.


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

14x70 mobile home
Completely remodeled 3
BR, 2 BA, 3/4 central
heat & air. To be moved
537-8172 or 305-8250



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


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sin INftowte
8170 Afte Pruss

2 *- Pa som Walwwts
240- anti& M9ut
0318- Aealrl/AVlati
8320 AWI0HRMlVsigltn
33 c umhrs & Tmrailm
3340- Meabe






We buy cars, trailers &
boats, .etc. Running or
not! No title ok. Call
305-1920




Ford Expedition 2001
Loaded, Eddie Bauer
package, white with old
trim. ver nice. $10,5"00.
546-0706.




Jeep Wrangler 4x4
Sport '97. Non smoker.
Purchased in Alaska,
sorry no A/C can be in-
stalled for less than
$1500. All maintenance
performed at Jeep dealer-
ship. 90k miles. Call for
more information.
850-398-5656.




Chevy S-10 extended
cab 2000. 58K miles,
Good condition, great ra-
diol Must sell. $6950.
Call 758-7167




Ford 2003 black es-
cape nice condition 68
thousands miles all
power 12,000 FIRM
682-5019
Ford Ranger Stepside
2000. 93R miles, stand-
ard transmission, dark
pee, first $4500.00.

Wanted
Cream Puff Pickup. Have
cash (803) 460-3239
24/7




2006 CRF 100. like
new. Very nice. $1200.
546-0706


For sale
Mitsubshi Eclipes
1994
bumperparts original
682-7004




Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
compatable year to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.




Complete River Rig all
you need to go fishing
$1400.00 682-3895







42' Franklin
Coach 2006
2 br, 3 slide outs, 2
ACs, washer & dryer,
dishwasher, awning
pkg. Deluxe bedroom
w/ queen 'bed. Too
many options to list
Only used 6 months.
Must sell today due to
finance needs. Cost
new $46K, asking
$27,700 abo. Will de-
liver. 850 214-6090




2000 Landau motor
home 30 feet. Low
mileage. Call 682-2975


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