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Publication Date: February 6, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Sgt. John Denny, a Crestview Police Reserve officer, on a speed
enforcement operation in a Crestview neighborhood.


Incidences up in '07, but
police stats keep pace
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
'CRESTVIEW The bad news is,
local crime is on the rise.
The good news is, the Crestview
Police Department appears to be on top
of it.
The recent release of CPD's 2007
Police Activity Report shows what
officers at street level have been saying:
With increased growth in population
comes increased crime.
Police Chief Brian Mitchell, wrapping
up his first full year in office, and
his officers, with the backing of city
administrators, say they are keeping the
city's criminal element in check. They
cite a policy of aggressive, proactive
enforcement, particularly at the street
crimes level.
"I was real impressed with some the
things I saw in this report," said Mayor
David Cadle. "This is just the reflection
of the increased patrol and professional
police: acti\ ity wVe have in this city."
I For, example, CPD Street Crimes Unit
and patrol officers executed 56.6 percent
more narcotics arrests in 2007 than in
2006, the report shows.
"It's one thing to get those local
pushers, but when you go higher up
the 'food chain, you put a dent in their
operations, and that's what we want to
do," Cadle said.
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Local published in Country Woma
Recipes in first two issues of '08
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Think "country" and
think "woman," and around the north end
of the county, a slew of great favorite family
recipes inevitably follow. .
A local Crestview mother of three fit ..
the mold perfectly, and Country Woman


magazine concurred.
Two of Dawn Onuffer's recipes grace the
pages of the country lifestyle magazine's
December-January and February-March
2008 issues.
"They have contests every month,"
explained Onuffer. "I tried entering and they
just happened to like it. They're just a couple
recipes, I happened to have on hand."
Her "Sweet 'n Sassy Meatballs" recipe
was published last month.
The current issue features Onuffer's
"Pepperoni 'n Tomato Pasta," which won
Third Place in Couritry Woman's "Pasta -
aah ... That's Amore!" contest.
Onuffer is a prize-winning cook and an

See PUBLISHED A5


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Dawn Onuffer's daughters, Lindsay and Brooklyn help find one
of their favorite recipes in their mother's cookbook.


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview-area feline Wanda June remained
unlicensed while her owner, who requested
anonymity, protested the county's method of
collecting pet licensing fees.


County decides

against pet fee

Surprise move comes at

Tuesday meeting
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW The Board of County
Commissioners on Tuesday was scheduled to
set a date to address the brouhaha surrounding
the county's $10 pet licensing fee, according to
its agenda.
Instead, in a surprise move, it voted to nix the
fee altogether.
Dr. Don Pyle of the Animal Health Center in
Crestview praised the commissioners' action.
"I didn't know what they were going to
do with that issue," Pyle said. "I figured they
were going to have to do something like that.
Something needed to be done, but I didn't know
what it was."
Like most vets and pet owners, Pyle agrees
animal control is an important county service.
"It needs to be done, so I guess they'll have
to go back to the drawing board to figure a way
of funding it," Pyle said. "It's probably the smart
thing to do for now, with so many people upset,
to take a step back and re-evaluate the thing and
come together again to see what they can come
up with.
"I don't know what the best answer is. No
matter what you do, somebody's going to be
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Go online for OSTF

meeting update
Crestview News Bulletin
The Old Spanish Trail Festival committee was
scheduled to meet late Tuesday.
Find out if the committee made a decision on
the fate of the 2008 OSTF at crestviewbulletin.
com.
Also at crestviewbulletin.com:
Brian Hughes offers his thoughts on
campaign cold calls, beauty pageants and the
Florida state song at the "Border Crossings"
blog.
Kyle Wright admires the career of recently
retired coach Bob Knight, but would not have
wanted to play for him. Visit the "Passing Shots"
blog to find out why.
Click the "Local Sports" link to view
slideshows from recent area sporting events.
Are you a Leap Baby? If you were born on,
Feb. 29,or know someone who was born on Feb.
29, we want to hear from you! E-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Moms, dads, teachers,
classmates, patrons and city officials
mingled at the Crestview Public Library
Monday evening as three Crestview High
School student artists were feted during a
reception in their honor.
Drawings by award-winner Sophia
Valverde, 17, made up the bulk of the
works exhibited on the walls of the
library, including the celebrated pQrtrait
of Billie Holiday that garnered Valverde
the coveted first-place award at last fall's
12th annual Mattie Kelly Destin Festival of
the Arts.
The talented yet modest student
pointed out other works to City Council
members Bob Allen and Lillie Conyers and
local residents. Subjects included family
members, a self-portrait, and Janis Joplin.
"People ask me, 'You've heard of Janis
Joplin?'" Valverde said. "'You listen to
Billie Holiday?'"
Valverde, an advanced placement
student at CHS, said she might like to
begin accepting professional commissions


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Artist Sophia Valverde discusses her artwork with Librarian Jean."
Lewis and councilman Bob Allen. Valverde is contemplating
accepting commissions for portraiture.

Young artists honored at library


for portrait work.
As artist Jarvon Garza, also
17, indicated a self-portrait on
the wall, he confessed, "I'm
kinda lazy." The high school
junior added, "I'm planning to
go into film, but right now I'm
doing art because I enjoy it."
The other student honored
at Tuesday's reception is also
interested in another form of
art, an interest -that made her
late to the event.
Senior, Jennifer Puette, 17,
will be singing with the high
school chorus in London. With
departure for England less than
six weeks away, she was in yet
another intense rehearsal that


, overlapped the reception.
Their teacher, Laurel Siwicki,
praised her students.
"They're all great, talented
kids," she said. "I'm really
proud of them."
And as for Garza's self-.
professed laziness, Siwicki begs
to -differ. "Javon works pretty
hard in class," she declared.
The exhibit, which utilizes
the library's new exhibition
system, a gift of the Friends of
the Library, will remain up at
the library through the end of
the month.
Paintings by Trey McLendon,
a disabled artist, will .be
exhibited in March and April.


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Above, this self-portrait by Javon
Garza is one of more than a
dozen student works on exhibit at
Crestview Public Library.
Right, librarian Jean Lewis, left,
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PROGRAMS
*;Our children's Lap
Sit program will begin!
at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday.
Children under the age
of three are invited to
join us for stories, songs,
and finger-plays about
Valentine's Day
On February 13 at
10:15 a.m \ e ofter Story
Time for children 3 years
old and older. Join us i '
for fun with Hearts and
Flowers.
Teen Craft Time is
Tuesday, from 2:30 to 3:30
p.m. Sign up for this fun
project and make a "Duct
Tape Rose." (A perfect
gift for your Valentine.) A
sign up sheet is located in
the Youth section of the
Library.
Teens mark your
calendar for another.
Teen Internet Cafe on
Feb. 15 from 4:30 to 6:30
p.m. Registration and
library card with Internet
permission is required.
On April 8, at 6
p.m. in celebration of
American Library Week
and National Poetry
Month, the Crestview
Public Library will host
an Open-Mic Poetry
Evening. If you would
like to read a poem you
have written, please call
:682-4432. Friends of the
Crestview Library will
also sponsor a poetry
writing contest for area
middle school and high
school students. Poems
should be submitted to
the Library. Cash, books,
and t-shirts will be
awarded for first, second
and third places. Deadline,
forisubmission of poems
is March 24.

VALENTINE'S
DAY FACTS
Valentine's Day is in a
few days. Although the
cards and candies have
been on the shelves in the
stores for over a month,
many shoppers overlook
them until the very last
minute. Statistics show
most people purchase
valentine cards and gifts
just days before.


I wonder why .
merchants start putting
up valentine item before
New Year's Day. What is
this day all about
arid how did it get
started?
"There are
many opinions
as to who was
the original
,,,Valentine, with
the most popular
theory that it
was a clergyman
who was executed for
secretly marrying couples
in ancient Rome. In
any event, in 496 A.D.,
Pope Gelasius set aside
February 14 to honor St.
Valentine. Through the
centuries, the
Christian holiday
became a time IVI/
to exchange love
messages and St. -
Valentine became C 0
a patron saint
of lovers. In the
1840s, Esther IJL'H
Howland, a native -
of Massachusetts,


is given credit for sending
the first Valentine cards.
Today the spirit of love
continues as valentines
are sent with sentimental
verses and children
exchange valentine cards
at school."
The story I remember
hearing most often was
' that St. Valentine while
in jail wrote notes to the
jailer's daughter and
always signed them
"From Your Valentine."
Here are a few
amazing statistics about
Valentine's Day that I
found by doing a Google
search:
188 million
Valentine's Day. cards'
are exchanged annually,
making Valentine's Day
the second-most popular
greeting-card-giving
occasion. (This total
excludes packaged kids
valentines for classroom
exchanges.) (Source:
Hallmark search)
Over 50 percent
of all Valentine's Day
cards are purchased
in the six days prior to
the observance, making
Valentine's Day a
procrastinators' delight.
(Source: Hallmark


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research)
Research reveals
that more than half of
the U.S. population
celebrates Valentine's Day
by purchasing a greeting
card. (Source: Hallmark
research)

STAFF PICKS
"White Chocolate
Moments," Lori Wick.
What a great title
to read during
February: a story
of reconciliation,
family and
true love. An
inspirational
novel from this
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Christian fiction
author. LP CF Wic
"Why Mars and Venus
Collide: Improving
Relationships by
Understanding How
Men and Women Cope
Differently with Stress,"
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between the two and
helps keep love alive.
This is a very informative
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ask any staff member,
Jean, Sandra, Miss
Heather, Anna, Marie,
Sengdara, Lise, Tracey,
Janice, Heather W. or
Martha

CONTACT US
On the Web: www.
cityofcrestview.org /
library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Fax: 689-4788
Address: 1445
Commerce Drive,
Crestview, FL 32539
(Behind the Crestview
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QUOTE OF
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"Hatred paralyses
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Hatred confuses life;
love harmonizes it.
Hatred darkens life; love
illumines it." Martin
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MEETING: in the Water
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Lewis Turner Blvd. in Fort
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for details.

FEBRUARY
TOP DAWG
COMPETITION: Feb.
.15 at 7 p.m. in the CHS
Auditorium. Admission
is $5. Talent and character
competition'sponsored
by the CHS Juniorettes.
For details, contact Jessica
Killinger at 689-7177, ext.
3230, or e-mail Killingerj@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.fl.us.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR SENIORS:
The Senior Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Blvd. in Crestview
is hosting low impact
aerobics every Monday
-from 9-10 a.m. A five dollar
fee applies. Call Tammy at
682-0647 for details, and feel
free to pick up a calendar for
other activities at the center.
HIV / AIDS
AWARENESS DAY: Feb.
7 at 7 p.m. at New Life
Missionary Baptist Church,
285 Duggan Ave., Crestview.
TWO MAIDS OFFER
FOR WOMEN WITH
CANCER: Two Maids &
A Mop is participating in
the Cleaning for a Reason
program, which provides


. free cleaning services to
women battling cancer.
Request services by calling
(877-337-3348 or visit www.
cleaningforareason.org
online. Cancer patients will
be verified through their
physician and then receive
one free housecleaning a'
month for four months.
For details, contact Two
Maids at 664-6243 or www.
ineedamaid.com.
BLOOD DRIVES: for the
Northwest Florida Blood
Center are as follows:
Valentine Bear and Pup
Blood Drive Friday, Feb. 8,
Donors will receive either
a cute valentine bear or
valentine pup at 413 NE
Racetrack Road, Fort Walton
Beach and 1999 ,East Nine
Mile Road, Pensacola from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and 2209
North Ninth Ave., Pensacola'
from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 9 Wal-
Mart, Crestview 10 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 13 -
OWC, Niceville, inside
Building K, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday Feb. 16 -
Riverwood Apartments, 342
Riverwood Drive Crestview
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
LAKE ELLA ROAD
CLOSED: at approximately
8 a.m. on'Monday. Lake
Ella Road in the Dorcas
area was closed to through
traffic until approximately
Feb. 18 while Okaloosa
County Road Department


crews replace a cross drain.
The closure is at Spring
Branch, located on the
north end of Lake Ella Road
.between Juniper Creek and
U.S. Highway 393. Each
side of the closure will be
accessible, but no thru traffic
will be permitted. Please
plan accordingly.
WAREING RELEASES
SCI-FI NOVEL: Mike
Wareing of Pensacola has
released his first book,
"The Inevitable. The book
tells the story of Salir,
the finest warrior of the
1 Kylthon race, who realizes
too late that his actions
could have impacted the
empire more than he ever
imagined. With the vicious
race, the Foe, swarming
over his fallen empire,
Salir must act decisively
to save his people. The
book is available in audio
or text nationwide or
can be ordered through
barnesandnoble.com, "
,amazon.com or target.com.
MCCLURE AT
WOODTURNING GUILD:
All day seminar on hollow
wood turning by George
McClure is Feb. 9 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. in Freeport.
An active AAW member
and a student of such
outstanding woodturners
as Trent Bosch and Dixie
Biggs, Mr. McClure will
bring a depth of skill and
knowledge that will help
everyone expand their skill
set. The seminar is open to
the public and everyone is
invited. Held at the Freeport
Community Center, $25 for
members and $30 for non-
members. Lunch included.
Contact President Chuck
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CRIME continued from Al


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
This sign greets visitors at
VFW Post 5450.


Brian Hu'ghes I Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Police Department has a well-trained, well-equipped, professional
SWAT team that also works in cooperation with other regional agencies.


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Crime suppression is a
cooperative effort of all
divisions of the Crestview
Police Department. Here patrol
officers join undercover Street
Crimes officers in arresting a
suspected drug dealer.


At the Traffic Division,
increased enforcement
saw speeding citations
increase a dramatic 85.4
percent last year, yet an
increase of only one traffic
accident from the 182 in
2006.
This indicates, Mitchell
said, thateventhough there
were many more vehicles
on Crestview's roads in
2007, CPD's crackdown
on dangerous drivers has
resulted in a net decrease
in the percentage of traffic
accidents when compared
with the population.
"Our enforcement is
working," said Mitchell.
"The figures show a rise


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Total narcotic arrests


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"I was real impressed with some
the things I saw in this report."
Mayor David Cadle


from last year because we
got aggressive in some
areas."
"As we look toward the
future, one area of deep
concern* is -the number
of people running red
lights," Cadle said. "This
increases the possibility of
accidents, and we're going
to be cracking down on
that practice."
The report's statistics
show decreased accidents
in four of the 'city's five
major "most active"


tview Police Department
Incident and arrest data
incidents 2006 arrests 2007 incidents
3,067 1,241 3,180


notable numbers on
incidents 2006 arrests
1 0
130 24
716 98
210 10


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
The VFW Post 5450 could need a new
home soon. The lease on the current
facility on U.S. 90 has expired.'


accident locations, with
an increase of only six
accidents at Redstone
Avenue and State Road
85.
Total traffic crashes in
Crestview decreased from
1,015 in 2006 to 881 in
2007.
"Local police is taking
a very serious approach to
crime in Crestview," Ca'dle
said. "It's important te us
to have increased visibility
in every neighborhood in
the city."


2007 arrests
1,280
424


2007 arrests
4
41
115
20
59


2007 arrests


the rise
2007 incidents
4
147
808
232
59


Notable numbers on the decline
2006 incidents 2006 arrests 2007 incidents
Simple assault 263 110 218
Counterfeiting/forgery 83 14 71
Fraud' 110 18 83
Disorderly conduct 57 44 42
Trespassing 87 57 45


Total citations
Speeding'
Accidents


Traffic data
2006
2,578
165
182


Criminal citations 540
Total crashes 1,015


2007
3,906
1,128
183
405
881


Most active locations
2006 citations 2007 citations
Ferdon (South) 370 359
Ferdon (North) 143 ,108
PJ Adams 61 55
James Lee Blvd. 58 54
Redstone 20 26


See the full report at crestviewbulletin.com'


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upset."
Commissioner John
Jannazo was the only
board member to vote
against eliminating the
fee.
At their January
meeting, commissioners
already had directed the
PanhandleAnimalWelfare
Society to stop collecting
rabies vaccination data


from local veterinarians.
PAWS had been using
the information to send
notices to pet owners that
their licensing fee was
due.
The county was
roundly criticized for the
arrangement, as PAWS
is a private, non-profit
organization. Residents
also felt their private


information was being
improperly forced from
veterinarians, violating
doctor and patient
confidence.
For their part, local
vets felt trapped between
the county's threat of
withdrawing their licenses
if they didn't cooperate
with PAWS and the wrath
of their patients.


Baker man dies in motorcycle accident
Crestview News Bulletin Michael T. Demarco, Witnesses say Demarco
38, of Baker was killed and another motorcyclist
The Okaloosa County around 3:30 p.m. Monday were 'traveling at a high
Sheriff's Office has while traveling south on rate 'of speed when an
identified the victim of a Mary Esther Boulevard, SUV pulled out in froit of
motorcycle accident that according to an Okaloosa Demarco's motorcycle,
took place February 4 in County Sheriff's Office The. investigation is
Mary Esther. press release. continuing.


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Help a soldier phone home


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW What
do dancing Statues of
Liberty have to do with
getting prepaid calling
cards in the hands
of American service
personnel?
Plenty.
The costumed Ladies
Liberty, now familiar
dancing and waving along
South Ferdon Boulevard,
represent Liberty Tax
Service, which on Saturday
will hold a Cell Phones for
Soldiers event.
Stop by Liberty Tax,
1093 S. Ferdon Blvd.,


from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.,
and enjoy free food and
drinks, a space walk for
the kids, and check out
equipment on display
from the Crestview Fire
Department.
"It's really a great
program," said Liberty
Tax Service's Teresa
Mason. "We're proud to
help support it."
Drop off your old cell
phones) and receive a
coupon for $20 off your tax
return preparation. Your
old phone translates into
an hour of prepaid calling
for an American service
.member, a precious link
with the folks back home.


Liberty Tax Service Cell Phones for Soldiers Event
When: Saturday, Feb. 9, 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
Where: 1093 S. Ferdon Blvd., (850) 689-1040
What: Free food and drink, space walk, Crestview
Fire Dept. equipment on display, and $20 off tax
oreparation.for each phone donated.


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event on Saturday.


"It's a lot of fun. It's

all about food. That's

what I really like."
Dawn Onuffer


PUBLISHED
continued from Al
independent consultant for Tastefully Simple,
a gourmet food. gift company specializes in
in-home taste-testing parties, but she said her
interest in cooking is newly acquired.
"I really didn't do too much cooking before I
got married," she said, "but I've improved.
"Tremendously, I think," she added
modestly.
Her recently published recipes are main
courses, but she said she usually dabbles in
desserts.
While 20-month-old Lindsay cooed happily
in the background, Onuffer and her 4-year-old
daughter, Brooklyn, were thumbing through a
cookbook. I
"She wants to cook something. She wants to
do all the sweet stuff," Onuffer laughed.
Her older daughter, she said, seems to be
following in her mother's footsteps.
With her son Allan, 22, grown and out of the
house, and husband Dave at work each day
as a civilian employee at Eglin Air Force Base,
Onuffer has the opportunity to experiment in
the kitchen, be a stay-at-home mom and run her
business.
"It's a lot of fun," she said. "It's all about food.
That's what I really like."


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


CELL PHONES FOR SOLDIERS
turned old cell phones into more than 12
million minutes of prepaid calling cards for
U.S. troops stationed overseas in 2007,
according to the group's Web site, www.
cellphonesforsoldiers.com.
The program expects to collect 15,000
cell phones each month through a network
.. of more than 3,000 collection sites across
the country.
The phones are sent to ReCellular,
which pays Cell Phones for Soldiers for
each donated phone enough to provide
an hour of talk time to soldiers abroad.
"Americans will replace an estimated
130 million cell phones this year."
says Mike Newman, vice president of
ReCellular, "with the majority of phones
either discarded or stuffed in a drawer.
Most people don't realize that the small
sacrifice of donating their unwanted
phones can have a tremendous benefit
for a worthy cause like Cell Phones for
Soldiers."
Cell Phones for Soldiers was founded by
teenagers Robbie and Brittany Bergquist
from Norwell, Mass., with.$21 of their own
money. Since then, the registered 501c3
non-profit organization has raised almost
$1 million in donations and distributed '
more than 400,000 prepaid calling cards to
soldiers serving overseas.


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Crestview Police
Dept. reports
1/12: Billy Mack Cain, 23,
of 266 Johns Road, Holt,
was charged with driving
while license suspended
or revoked, first offense.
* Elizabeth H. Stauffer,
a.k.a. Elizabeth Hartgrove,
was charged with assault
(domestic violence). A
14-year-old Crestview
teenager was charged with
grand theft totaling $300 or
more, but less than $5,000.
1/15:. Nakia Latease
-Bradshaw, 18, of 1079
Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription, including
marijuana. Dominique
Derrell Harry, 20, of 120
Columbia Lane, Crestview,
was charged with domestic
battery by strangulation
and violation of a domestic
violence injunction.
1/17: Steven W. Boals,
19, Of 210 Barr Place,
Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked,
first offense. Bruce Allen
Kimball, 26, of 660 Anderson
Dr. 3, Fort Walton Beach, was
charged with failure to obey
driver's license restrictions.
Thomas Robert Meeks,
21, of 469 Brackin Street,


Crestview, was charged with
possession of more than 20'
grams of marijuana and drug
paraphernalia. Samantha
Nicole Walden, 469 Brackin
Street, Crestview, was
charged with possession
of more than 20 grams
of marijuana and drug
paraphernalia. Steven W.
Boals, 20, of 210 Barr Place,
Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge
of retail theft.
1/18: Dominique
Antoine James, 22, of
188 Washington Street,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute within
1,000 feet of public housing
and possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana. *
Frederich Dewayne Jr., 21,
of 188 Washington Street,
Orestview, was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute within
1,000 feet of public housing
and possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana. Joel
Gifford Calhoun, 39, of 5701
Wooley Road, Crestview,
was charged with retail theft.
1/19: Michael Ross
Howell, 19, of 7021 Highway
393, Laurel Hill, was
charged with possession
of marijuana with intent to
distribute and possession
of drug paraphernalia. *
Justin Kyler Caine, 20, of


2061 GMC Lane, Crestview,
was charged with dealing in
stolen property, possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and 'possession of
drug paraphernalia.
1/20: Beverly Ann
Nichols, 53, of 443, Apple
Drive, Crestview, was
charged with a nonmoving
traffic violation, expired
motor vehicle registration. *
Walter Alexander Durham,
35, of 405 Ashley Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
1/22: Henrys Armando
Roman Regalado, 23, of
1185 Forrest Hills Road, #11,
was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a
valid license.
1/23: Barbara Dianne
Villa, 29, of 1753 Dads
Road, Baker, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked
and retail theft. Rocky
D. Jackson, 27, of 548 S.
Savage St., Crestview,
was charged with affray. *
Michelle W. Jackson, 30, of
548 S. Savage St., Crestview
was charged with affray.
* Jennifer Denise Ewing,
31,' of 506 S. Lincoln St.,
Crestview, was charged with
affray. Alonzo Wilks, 24, of
609 E. Pine Ave., Crestview,
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008


Soundsations




jazz up the stage


Okaloosa Walton College I Special to the News Bulletin
The Soundsations Show Choir of Okaloosa-Walton College will perform a
Vegas-style music revue for its annual Snowbirds Concert Sunday afternoon.


Soundsations perform Sunday at OWC


Brian Hughes
Crestview News'Bulletin

NICEVILLE They're
a little bit country and a
little bit rock 'n roll. Plus,
they're a little bit gospel,
some Motown R&B and
some Broadway, too. Mix
it all together and you've
got one heckuva glitzy Las
Vegas-style music revue -
and a great way to spend a
Sunday afternoon.
It's the Okaloosa-
Walton College Sound-
sations Show Choir,
performing its annual
Snowbirds Concert on
Sunday at the Mattie Kelly
Fine & Performing Arts
Center.
Of the Soundsations'
22 student performers,
Crestview talent includes
Montavius Diamond,
Rita Dailey and Elizabeth


"Our theme is a Vegas,

show, because we have

everything in there."


Jones.
"Our theme is a Vegas
show, because we have
everything in there,"
Diamond laughed. "Some
of the stuff we're singing
includes Barry Manilow's
Copacobana, Memory from
Cats, and Over the Rainbow.
"Our opener has
Superstitious and Vogue,"
Diamond said. "It's just all
over the place."
Proceeds from the
concert benefit show choir
scholarships. The Destin
Snowbird Club sponsors
the annual event.


Montavius Diamond


oWC
Soundsations
Show Choir
Sniowbirds
Concert

When: Sun., Feb. 10,
2 p.m.
Where: Mattie Kelly Fine
& Performing Arts Main
Stage, Okaloosa-Walton
College
How much: $8 tickets,
available from the Deszin
. Snowbird Club or at the
door


Antioch honor students


A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Allen, Logan C.;
Blum, Audrey; Cabrillas, Derek;
Canady, Terriaon; Dianat, Trinity;
Franzone, Katelyn; Hood, Daniel;
Johnson, Kailey; Keller, Kiana;
Klose, Jen-Yi; Lay, McKenna;
Mesta, Clarissa; Moore, Jahara;
North, Madison; Ream, Skyler;
Riffle, Joshua; Robinson, Emily
Grace; Rushing, Jade; Sanders,
Natalie; Small, Randi; Suriano,
Sophia; Terry, Dillon; Tofte, Zachary;
Torster, Aaron
2nd Grade: Black, Drew;
Brown, Alyssa; Fox, Zachary;
Huetter, Jacob; Jornacion, EJ;
Lewis, Antionette; Metral, Henry;,
Philpott, Abby; Philpott, Erin; Pierce,
Miranda; Price, Lane; Scheer-
Martinez, Sandra; Schwieg, Everett;
Tucker, Emily; Wesley, LaTerra
3rd Grade: Bertling, Daniel;
Davis, Wyatt; Grois, Gabriella;
Mallette, Rachel; Stegner, Quinn
4th Grade: Calimlim, Justin;
Cole, Shelby; Philpott, C.J.
5th Grade: Bufkin, Jared;
Bushaw, Kylie; Farrar, Kianna;
Gooden, Nekia; Hunker, Esther;
Kelsey, Julia; Maine, Lauren;.
Metral, Cristina; Pan, Rachel;
Ramos, A.J.
A-B Honor Roll
1st Grade: Adams, Anna;
Aiguier, Tanner; Arrington, Deshaun;
Asble, Mackenzie; Bicknell, Rylee;
Brammer, Anna-Grace; Brenning,
Hannah; Brock, Logan; Brown,
Christina; Caldwell, William; Chavis,
Vincent; Clark, Zachary; Cox,
Alyssa; Culpepper, Heather; Daluz,
Claria; Daugherty, Kevin; Davis,
Kale; Duenas, Natalie; Eastman,
Caleb; Feole, Ashley; Fikes,
Micheala; Fuszner, Jadyn; Hobbs,
Mya; Hosfelt, Bryauna; Jack,
Nikolis; Kelsey, Rachel; Kempski,
Elizabeth; Kendrick, Joycelyn; Kline,
Joshua; Larue, Rani; Legendre,
Cierra; Loften, Gabrielle; Maddox,
Mila; Maharaj, Madison; Matthews,


Kyshaya; McIntyre, Jordan;
Medina, Jeo; Mensen, Marisa;
Meredith, Zacchari; Mincey, Trinity;
Morales, Anthony; O'Hara, Jacob;
Paxton, Shaylah; Pourcillie, Garrit;
Roche, Daniel; Rumsey, Taylor;
Rusco, Mitchell; Sims, Adonis;
Slaughter, Xzavian; Son, Brian;
Staples, Jonathan; Stokes, Melea;
Syed, Zuhair; Thompson, Bailey; .
Tiller, Frank; Toney, Elizabeth;
Torster, Amelia; Triplett, Lee; Van
Dusen, Dominic; Ward, Savanna;
Washington, Amber; Webb, Derrick;
Williams, Jack; Willis, Daisy; Zoltek,
Shannon
2nd Grade: Allen, Sky;
Anchor, Sarah; Bell, Jamie;
Bouchard, Milton; Bouchard, Rod;
Bragg, Evan; Brenning, Sydney;
Bumgardner, Taylor; GCabarle,
Emily; Carr, Logan; Carrico, Austin;
Cole, Lauren; Cooley, Michael;
Couey, Dyllon; Duncan, Hunter;
Erk, Stephen; Garcia-Thornton,
Ricky; Geier, Julia; Green,
James; Hemphill, Megan-Ann;
Hensley, Jacob; Inness, Katelynn;
Jenceleski, Allison; Johnson, Brant;
Johnson, Demetrius; Kaiser, Mary
Ellen; .Kirby, Hayden; Kirkpatrick,
Allee; Labbe', Mariah; Lisle, Dale;
Little, Max; Lock, Xavier; Maine,
Sean; Mensen, Kelsi; Meredith,
Hannah; Messier-Hensz, Dakota;
Muhammad, Aleem; Owens,
Marissa; Oyler, Kylie; Parsons,
Robert; Pefia, Aidan; Pereira,
Kayla; Prine, Brandon; Quick,
Maddie; Roberts, Matthew;
Rodriguez, Carlos; Roseberry,
Peyton; Rozofsky, Hannah;
Scheiterle, Aaron; Sienko, Brent;
Sima, Lexi; Simmons, Holly; Simon,
Rachel; Stoutenburgh, Ryan;
Strom, Hannah; Stuart, Ashton;
Syed, Ammar; Thursby, Jacob;
Vasko, Katrina; Viets, Carleigh;
Ward, Ian; Williamson, Jaida;
Winegar, Abigail; Woodard, Jacob;
Wrathell, Jade; Zeller, Sean
3rd Grade: Adams, Nick;
Brock, Morgan; Cabrillas, Kaitlin;
Carter, Jazzmin; Critcher, Taylor;


Deerman, Alexandria; Dewise,
Cade; Francis, Emily; Gerard,
Hunter; Gunter, Drew; Harrington,
Steven; Henderson, Skyler; Howell,
Hannah; Hoyt, Ivy; Johnson, Alyssa;
Kane, Alexis; Kelley, Preston;
Kelsey, Hannah; Lawson, Jaylah;
Loften, Wimberly; Mears, Brenden;
Menard, Michael; Milligan, Jacob;
Mowery, Jacob; Muhammad,
Mujtabaa; Oglesby, Jessica;
Pope, Ryan; Ramsey, Joshua;
Redd, Keenan; Rogers, Marisa;
Rusco, Ben;'Springle, Joshua;
Tolbert, Tate; Valdez, Tyler; Via,
Caitlin; Wesolowski, Vincent; West,
Timothy; White, Hunter; Young,
Christian
4th Grade: Allen, Ashley;
Allen, Parker; Anchor, Thomas;
Armstrong, Corey; Balazs, Erika;
Bush, Chris; Chisolm, Jalaiyah;
Clott, Samuel; Dale, Katy;
Fordham, Shelby; Gainer, Malique;,
Hodge, Mikayla; Howes, Brianna;
Jenceleski, Eric; Jones, Austin;
Kelly, Joya; McClearn, Keyshan;
Michalke, Travis; Mincey, Andrew;
Nichols, Melissa; Parker, Jace;
Pefia, Roman; Pittman, Logan;
Porter, Alexis; Riffle, Christina;
Roseberry, Lily; Saldana, Tani;
Schirmer, Zachary; Schwieg, Julia;
Slaughter, Emily; Torster, Kara;
Turner, Dalyn; Tyler, Lacey; Witte,
Alicia.
5th Grade: Brown, Kayla;
Camacho, Valerie; Cannonier,
Charissa; Chatman, Ashleigh;
Cook, JeMiah; Cumbia, Jill;
Dianat, Alex; Estep, Baylee; Fader,
Victoria; Frazier, Alyssa; Gainer, ]
Rachel; Geier, Philip; Gileau,
Brett; Green, Ashton; Hepworth,
Suzin; Hernandez, Eddie; James,
Tyler; Johnson, Brandon; Kimm,
Matthew; Kitchens, Joshua; Lloyd,
Sierra; Page, Christyn; Ramsey,
Allison; Ranlett-Lopez, Pablo;
Rogers, Eliette; Sanchez, Kaylie;
Stoutenburgh, lan; Thompson, Kyle;
Thweatt, Ariel; Tucker, Andrew.


Richbourg honor students

A Honor Roll Dardon, Kristen Davis, Mariah Justin Fries, Alena Fulcher, Bradley
h Grade: James Adams, Dinardi, Nicole Doody, Micheal Gates, Katelyn Gluba, Kaleigh
6th Grade: James Adams, Edwards, Ryan Edwards, Diana Govan, Kiara Gunn, Katlin Hail,
Meagan Clark, Shelby Critcher, Galvan, Bradley Green, Ahsley Alexis Hawthrone, Joshua Herman,
Clara Dalton, Alyssa Garcia, Guthrie, Alex Hannon, Corey Kevin Joseph, Kenneth King, Olissa
Melisssa Kannapel, Alandra Kelly, Heiple, Connor Harris, Joshua Lee, Britney Matherne, Jenny
Victoria Kiser, Zane Kootsouradis, Hinton, Emily Jackson, Walter Matherne, Jacob Mazgajewski,
Jessica LaGuerre, Brandi Larkins, Jagielski, Jessica Johnson, AnnMaria Moore, Halpy Morris,
Jordan Linzy, Jarrod Miller, Miguel Brandon Joseph, Tyler Kile, Aysia Brandy Nicholson, Maeson Piper,
Montanez, Brooke Palmer, Yash King, Joshua Koestler, Jasmine Christopher Rahn, Kenneth
Patel, Taylor Pierce, Layla Tarpley, Lester, Jennifer Malone, Nicholas Schaefer, Ashley Richbourg, Turner
Blake Williams, Austin Williams, O'Berry, Vanessa Ortiz, Shaan Sinopoli, Austin Smith, Forrest -
Christian Zoppina. Parikh, Houston Pitts, Brittany Sweatt, Gabrielle Thomas, Cody
7th Grade: Colin Fortner, Pryor, Larissa Ringuette, Arletter Vann, Charles Webb, Dakora
Jacqueline Hanners, Bethany Nick, Rogers, Matthew Slayton, Alliyah Woodward.
Justin Rebholz, Heather Sasser, Smith, Savannah Smith, Richard 8th Grade: Alica Adams,
Megan Takacs, Seth Thomason. Solis, Meagan Summers, Quinton Kwaneisha Bell, Kyle Cabrillas,
8th Grade: Cassandra Acosta, Thomas, Emily Wedige, Alyssa Elizabeth Ellis, Jennifer Giambrone,
Justin Garland. Weekly, Turner Wheat, Jerome Jedidiah Hagedorn, Cody Hall,
White, Rebecca Williams, Brittany Janessa Jenkins, Kevin Josey,
A-B Honor Roll Woollums. Bobbie LeGrande, Macy LeHotay,
6th Grade: Dominique Acol, 7th Grade: Alexis Aeschliman, Dustin Lynch, Emily McKinion,
Amy Adams, Trevin Arrington, Taylor Barnett, De Marious Robert Mesta, Zachary Miller,
Alexandra Back, Chelsea Barrow, Bethune, Michelle Bryan, Jonathan Julianne Nguyen, Haley O'Rourke,
Sabrina Bell, Daniel Billedeau, Buckelew, Ethan Cuchens' Trevor Brittny Ostermann, Jessica Phillips,
Tier Blanco, Colin Bott, Elizabeth Dennis, Krista Dipierro, Roman Rebecca Phillips, Sydney Pinkert,
Bringier, Sean Connolly, Kelsie Donofro, Inri Fales, Kadeija Frelix, Kodi Richardson, Aaron Sowder.


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Recent Crestview Police
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Sheriff's -Office arrest
reports bring us more tales
of inept criminals.

Happy Couple
During a traffic stop on
1-10, deputies noticed open
containers of alcoholic
beverages in a Miata
containing a Gulf Shores,
Ala., couple. The deputies'
canine colleague found
more than that. He led the
deputies to rolling papers
and bits of marijuana.
"Both subjects initially
denied knowledge of
any illegal items in the
vehicle," the report stated.
A search of hubby
found a plastic bag
containing meth. Deputies
then noticed a crumpled
cigarette package on the
ground where the couple
was standing while their
car was searched.
When they found a
joint in the package, the
wife admitted it was hers,
but insisted she hadn't
thrown it.
Hubby was arrested for
possession of a controlled
substance and wifey was
arrested for possession of
marijuana.
Ah ... the stories
they'll have for- their
grandkids...

Such Subtlety
A pair of Crestview
teens stopped at a State
Road 85 hardware store
not long ago. While one
returned an ax handle,
the other cleverly made
off with a pair of Honda
Power Boss 2,400 p.s.i.
pressure washers valued
at $644.78.


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One wonders if they
seriously thought no one
would notice.

Domestically
Violent
I love police report
phraseology.
A 43-year-old woman
now living in North
Carolina created a
ruckus at her estranged
husband's Crestview
home by "banging on the
doors and windows while
screaming," thus attracting
police, the report stated.
Once they arrived,
she was observed by an
officer, "approaching her
estranged husband ... in
an aggressive manner,
holding a lit cigarette
lighter in her hand with
her arm extended toward
(her husband), creating a
well-founded fear in (him)
that an act of violence was
imminent."
Or maybe she just
needed a smoke.

Nit Picking
When a CPD officer
pulled over a Ford pickup
for driving at dusk without
headlights, he discovered
its 26-year-old Fort Walton
Beach driver's license was
restricted to "business
purposes only."
The driver told the
officer that he had dropped
his girlfriend off at the
pub where she worked.
He "stated it was his job to
take his girlfriend to work
and that's why I couldn't
arrest him," the officer
wrote in his report.
With that logic, perhaps
the driver should be a
lawyer rather than the
floral shop employee he
is.
He was arrested for
failing to obey driver's
license restrictions.

A Bad Day
Gets Worse
After already having
Crestview officers
summoned to a local
discount retailer because
of his behavior,' the
officers noticed the
19-year-old Crestview
dude driving from the
scene.
Advised that the
guy's license had been
suspended, the officer
stopped him and "asked
him why he was driving
if he knew he should not
be."
The dude insisted he
wasn't driving though the
officer "had personally
observed him driving the
vehicle and he continued
to deny driving it."
The guy was arrested
for driving while his
license was suspended
and seated in the officer's
squad car.
Then his day was
ruined further when they
then "observed what.
appeared to be. smoke
coming from the engine
area" of the guy's car.
The Crestview Fire
Department responded
to the scene as the guy
was chauffeured in a
CPD vehicle to jail.

Dumb Criminal
of the Month
While chatting in his
Crestview residence
with sheriff's deputies
investigating a burglary,
the 20-year-old guy
invited a deputy to his
bedroom to view an
article of clothing in
question.
The deputy "observed


a marijuana smoking
device commonly known
as a 'bong' in plain view,"
the report stated.
There was more. Also
in plain view "was a
Browning rifle with a


Swarovski scope which
was reported stolen out
of this agency," the report
said.
Also in the bedroom
"was a small plastic baggie
containing ... marijuana
in plain view on the night
stand."
The dude was then
arrested for dealing
in stolen property,
possession of marijuana
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Surely there must be
some award for nitwit
criminals who invite law
officers into their room to
see their contraband.

Mine! Mine!
Uh, Not Mine!
Pulling over a
19-year-old Laurel Hill
man, sheriff's deputies
"noticed a small amount
of marijuana residue was
observed on [his] shirt as
well as in the driver's seat
in plain view."
Ever the helpful chap,
the guy "stated that more
marijuana was located in
his front pants pocket."
But wait, he said, there's
more.
"Search of the center
console revealed a purple
Crown Royal brand bag
with a plastic baggie
containing a large amount
of marijuana, a scale and
$260 cash," the report
said.
"Further search of
the vehicle revealed'
- another plastic baggie
located between clothing
items located in the back
passenger seat."
The guy admitted to
possession of 32 grams of
marijuana, but denied the,
pot in the back seat was
his.
He was arrested for
possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute
and possession of
paraphernalia.

At Least
She's Honest
Pulling over a Chevy
Cavalier with an expired
tag, the officer told the
53-year-old Crestview
woman who was driving
the car why she was being
stopped.
"I know it's expired.
They won't let me renew
it because I don't have any
insurance on it," the report
says she stated.
Told she could be
arrested for operating a
vehicle without insurance,
she said, "Yeah, I know."
She was.

Good Role Models
Two Crestview women,
ages 30 and 31, and a
27-year-old Crestview
,man, were arrested on
"affray" charges. The
CPD officer's report
describes events nicely:
"The defendants'
children had entered in a
physical altercation which
led to a verbal altercation
between the defendants.
"The altercation
escalated when (the
31-year-old woman),
who is using medical
crutches, began swinging
one crutch threatening
to strike people. (Her
mother) removed a
gasoline jug from the
trunk of her vehicle
and threatened to strike
people.
"(The mother) was
struck in the back of
the head by (the guy)
and then struck several
times in the head by (the
30-year-old woman)."
After the adults were


hauled off to the slammer,
the kids presumably
learned how to settle a
disagreement the grown-
up way.


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

Good NODs
A Good NOD to Mia Haggedom and
the people at POCD (People Organized
for Community Development) for making
a difference in the lives of Crestview's
homeless. In less than three months POCD
has started a soup kitchen at the First
Presbyterian Church, found shelter tor
several homeless people, and started a
breakfast and lunch program for homeless
day laborers. POCD also has launched
clothing and food drives for the needy
and homeless. The organization consists
of people from a variety of backgrounds,
including military families, retirees, clergy,
professionals and homemakers.
A Good NOD to Crestview Police
Chief Brian Mitchell and his officers, for
being aggressive and proactive in fighting
Crestview crime at a time when a rising
population means rising crime rates. The
department's 2007 Police Activity Report
shows these policies are being effective.
A Good NOD to Chairman Ben Carr
and the Baker Fire District, for improving
the district's InsLurance Services Office
rating. This accomplishment means
the citizens of Baker and surrounding
communities can count on improved fire
protection. The Baker Fire District's work
also could result in lower insurance costs
for residents in the area.
A Good NOD to Crestview High
School student Nicole Johnson for the
numerous good deeds that helped her win
the Okaloosa School District's Outstanding
Youth School Volunteer award. Johnson
volunteers in the CHS disciphne office and
put in more than 100 hours of volunteer
work at the school over the summer.

Bad NODs
We shake our heads at those who
, ignore public laws when running for
public office. The list includes insensitive
politicos and pollsters who call our homes
with prerecordings, whether we're on the
Do Not Call list or not. We also shake our
heads at politicos' lackeys who litter our
streets with illegally placed campaign
signs.
We shake our heads at fans who yell
inappropriate.cheers during local high
school sporting events. Since when did
ganging up and yelling obscenities at peers
become an accepted rite of passage?

Do you knou' of someone who perlfonned a
"Good North Okaloosa Deed"? Call 682-6524
or e-mail kilew@'crestviet'bulletin.com. l% 'll
recognize the do-gooder in the Crestv'iew News
Bulletin and at crestviewuhtlletm.com online.



Profundity
Brian Hughes

"Once you can accept the universe as
matter expanding into nothing that is
something, wearing stripes with plaid
comes easy."

Albert Einstein


rPASSING Mall a good answer, but city


KyHWr S should ask lots of questions

Another year, another Okaloosa County. my dream home. I suspect Details, details.
proposal for a mall in Now it's time for the the government won't kick Who will foot the bill for
Crestview. city to ask some tough in much tax money to make these "details," particularly
The latest possibility, questions. tip the difference. if they don't fall inside mall
a shopping, dining and What other Municipalities have property?
entertainment complex communities have used tax money to fund Last but not least, how
to be built just north of aided projects with less useful projects. (Sports can Crestview make this
Lowe's, seems more truth "economic development stadiums immediately leap happen?
than rumor. partnershipss? to mind). The city probably won't
A group called CH-LCG If Crestview is being Just make sure the hear all of the answers it
Crestview, LLC, proposed asked to do something developer absolutely wants to hear when it asks
a plan to finance the rarely asked of other cannot cover the full cost of the tough questions.
project prior to most recent communities, that raises this project. Could it leave As long as the developer
Crestview City Council red flags. out a few amenities to save doesn't get all of the
meeting. The developer said $2 million? Wouldn't hurt answers wrong, the city
"Cypress Landing" Destin and Okaloosa to ask. should do everything in its
would offer 392,000 square County recently concluded Can the city cover a power td turn the proposal
feet of retail shopping a similar partnership on the sufficient amount of the into reality.
space, leading national south side of the county. new expenses with the Rarely do you go into
restaurants and a 12-screen Crestview leaders should remaining tax revenue a community and hear,
multiplex theater. find out if the arrangement generated this project? "Everything was going
The mall also would satisfied all of the involved To their credit, council great. Then the mall came
require, according to the parties. members quickly asked city in arid everything went
developer, an "economic *Why is an "economic staff to research the answer. downhill."
development partnership" development partnership" What's in the fine Residents of north
between the city, Okaloosa necessary to make this print? Okaloosa County know
County and CH-LCG particular project a reality. The developer it's usually the other way
Crestview. The city and The developer says it emphasized that the mall around.
county would return a cannot secure traditional plans displayed during the
percentage of tax revenue financing because the city council workshop were Kyle Wright is the News
generated by the project project will cost $70 million, a draft. The final plans Bulletin editor. Contact him
to the developer to repay but be worth $68 million, would work out the details. at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
certain costs. That's fine. However, I An example: The mall crestviewbulletin.com.Check
Cypress Landing would also am $2 million short in map included access points out the Passing Shots blog
answer a need in north financing needed to build on roads that don't exist. at crestviewbulletin.com.




"Do not call" for political candidates


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

We got a phone call
two weekends ago from a
candidate seeking our votes
in the Florida Presidential
Preference Primary.
Oops, my mistake. We
actually got 24 friggin' calls,
from several candidates
seeking our votes. All were
perfectly timed around
supper, doing the dishes,
watching our latest NetFlix
movie, reading the paper,
visiting with friends and
just about everything else
you'd rather not stop doing
in order to hear prerecorded
messages.
One call was actually a
real, live person, ringing
from a call center in
California. I envisioned,
based on the enthusiastic
tenor of his voice, an eager
young College Republican
in a starched white shirt
and red tie. He wondered
if Sen. McClain'(or was it
Gov. Romney? They all blur
together) could count on
my vote. ,
The truth is, I had
already voted early, and it
wasn't for either the senator
or that governor. (OK, it
was Ron Paul, if you must
know.,He was the only
candidate who didn't call
our home.)
Since I had a real live
person on the phone, and
since I had already dried
my hands from doing
the dishes, I took the
opportunity to chat with


him.
He didn't like that. I
was supposed to just shut'
up, listen to his spiel and
then promise to vote as
he directed. He wasn't
prepared to engage in
conversation.
"Do you really think
interrupting people at
' dinner time will make them
more sympathetic to your
candidate?" I asked him.
"Well sir," he explained,
sidestepping the question in
true politician fashion, "we
need the grassroots support
of people such as yourself.
We don't have all the "
Hollywood celebrities and
left-wing media support
that the Democrats have."
That was news. The
party of Enron, Halliburton,
the oil industry and Fox
News needed grassroots
support.
I pointed out that our
home phone is listed on
the National Do Not Call
Registry.
This fact, as you
probably already know,
matters not a whit to
politicos. When they
passed the law, they made
sure they, .their minions
and their pollsters were
exempted from the very
relief taxpayers demanded.
The College Republican
apologized, sounding
'almost sincere, and
offered to take us off the
Republican Party's calling
list. I thanked him and
resumed doing the dishes.
The big issue here is


politicians' complete and
shameless ignorance of our
dearly stated preference to
be left alone.
Even if they did exempt
themselves from obeying
the Do Not Call Registry
(forever earning the
contempt of the citizens
who demanded the relief
it has partially provided),
you'd think they'd respect
why millions registered for
it.
Did we put ourselves on
the registry because we like
having our homes invaded
by unwanted pitches, either
sales or political?
Are politicians so
dimwitted that they
actually believe, as was
explained to me by Kristi
Campbell (Mitt Romney's
Florida communications
wonk) that we desire
"information" that can only
be coriveyed by a recorded
message delivered in the
middle of dinner?
Do they think we don't
read newspapers, visit
Web sites, gather campaign
literature and otherwise
educate ourselves as
responsible voters should?
We put ourselves on
.the Do Not Call Registry
because we don't want
politicians intruding into
our homes any more
than we wanted the sales
pitches for shady Bahamas
vacation "deals" we used to
endure before the registry's
creation in 2003.
Even though politicians
exempted themselves from


the National Do Not Call
Registry itself, they will
never be morally exempt
from the spirit of the
registry.
If they really want
to earn the respect -
and votes of voters,
candidates should proudly
declare they acknowledge
and will respect the reasons
we put ourselves on the
registry, and pledge to use
it to scrub their phone lists
of those citizens who have
dearly said they don't want
to be disturbed.
(A slightly smaller, but
no less important, issue is
the matter of respect. If a
politician respects your Do
Not Call preference as little
as his campaigners respect
laws against posting his
yard signs all over public
right-of-ways, why should
you trust him to represent
you on bigger issues? Or,
for that matter, why should
you trust him to obey major
laws if local sign pollution
ordinances mean so little?)
Incidentally, since
Kristi Campbell sees no
problem with using your
phone to force-feed you
"information" about her
boss's campaign, maybe
you'd like to share some
information of your own
about the practice with
her. Her cell number
is (850) 491-4295. I'm
sure she wouldn't mind
hearing from you, as she's
a big proponent of using
the telephone to share
"information."


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Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Local man's love of flying ties him to history


Jansa piloted many important figures


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

Jim Jansa, a north
Okaloosa veteran, had a
brush 'with history and
destiny on two fronts.
His first came when
flying the H-21 as part
of a helicopter support
squadron during the
United States Air Force
1958 Hydrogen Bomb
tests at Eniwetok atoll.
His job was to fly the
technicians, scientists and
engineers back and forth
from the barge to secure
locations near the atoll.
Jansa said he then
would fly. back to the US
Navy ship CV-21, Boxer, a
Ticonderoga/Essex Class
Light Aircraft Carrier (CV)
that was used as a floating
warehouse and military
quarters.
"Sometimes we would
get 10 or 11 hours a day
flying time in," said Jansa,
who also remembered
taking the last scientist
off the barge and ferrying
him back to his secure
atoll location before the
hydrogen bomb was
detonated.
"Eniwetok had been
used as a nuclear test
bed before, but the
hydrogen bomb was
somewhat different, and
more powerful than they
surmised it to be," said
Jansa.
"One of the biggest
surprises was the shock
wave caved in the roof of
our aircraft hanger and


damaged several of our
helicopters. Didn't "do a
lot of damage other than
superficial, things like
broken windscreens and
blades, but we could feel
the shock waves 50 miles
away, and they almost
knocked us over.

An aerial
background
Jansa grew up on a
cotton and cattle farm in
Miles, Texas. One of his
first memories is looking
up at the sky and watching
aircraft from nearby
Goodfellow Air Force Base
perform intricate aerial
maneuvers.
"As I watched them
I decided I was going to
trade my hoe handle for
a control stick one day,"
Jansa laughed as he stood
in front of his Holt airpark
hanger.
Today, the retired Air
Force pilot flies a Fairchild
PT-23 dual seat World
War II vintage aircraft he
painstakingly restored
to its original factory
specifications.
It took him four years
and thousands of hours
of labor to complete the
restoration.
It is a partnership that
has spanned four decades.
Jansa now has owned this
particular aircraft twice.
The first time was in
1960. He bought it again
in 2000, for $2,000.
After growing up in
Miles and attending Texas


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A&M, where he graduated
in 1955 with a degree in
aeronautical engineering,
Jansa immediately joined
the United States Air
Force.
He was sent to Bartow
Air Force Base, near
Lakeland, for primary
flight training. He then
was on to Laredo, Texas,
where he was introduced
to jet aircraft.
After graduating on
the Lockheed T-33 single
engine jet trainer, Jansa
was transferred to Nellis
Air Force Base, Nevada,
where he flew the North
American F-86 Sabre, a
single engine jet fighter.
After a short stint
at Nellis, Jansa was
transferred again. This
time he went to Hahn
Air Base, Germany,
where he discovered
his entire squadron was
being replaced by the
newer, faster and far
more advanced North
American F-100 Super
Sabre. More important,
the new unit came in with
pilots already qualified to
fly the aircraft. Jansa found
himself without a job.
"I didn't have much
choice," said Jansa.
"I had come into the air
force to fly airplanes, and
now I didn't have one to
fly, which meant I had to
take a desk job, or retrain
and fly helicopters. I chose
helicopters.
Once qualified on
helicopters, Jansa was
sent to Johnson Air Base
in Japan where he flew the
Piasecki H-21 Workhorse,
also called the Shawnee.
This helicopter is more
commonly the flying
banana because of its
distinctive banana shape.
Jansa's job was re-
supplying radar sites and
ferrying passengers.


Faces of
Pearl Harbor
Jansa's second


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Jansa preflights his completely restored WWII Fairchild PT-23


with history also was tied
to the atomic age.,
Several years after the
Eniwetok nuclear test,
he would find himself
stationed in Japan again.
This time he would
come face-to-face with,
Commander Minoru
Ginda, who planned the
surprise attack on Pearl
Harbor.
By then Ginda had risen
to the rank of commander-
in-chief of the Japanese
Self Defense Forces
His headquarters was
at Fuchu Air Station in
Japan, coincidentally the
same place Jansa was
based.
Along with Ginda
was Commander Mitsuo
Fuchida, who led the first
wave of planes into Pearl
Harbor.
As luck would have
it, the paths of the three
mel crossed on snowy
day when Jansa was
tasked to fly Ginda and
Fuchida to a Japanese Self


at his Holt airpark hanger.

Defense Forces base north
of Tokyo, where the first
postwar combat aircraft
was being developed and
built.
"It was called a T-1",
said Jansa. "It looked
something like a cross
between a T-33 and an
F-86.
"Once we landed and
deplaned, they had a huge
festival going on because
it was the first public
showing of the aircraft.
There was a lot of food,
and drink being passed
around, but my crew
and I weren't allowed
to partake so we just sat
back and watched."
It would be on the
return trip later that
day that Jansa said luck
played a major part in his
piloting skills.
"On our way back
to Fuchu air station, it
started snowing so hard
we couldn't believe it,"
Jansa said.
"We had no


instruments or anything
to guide .us to Fuchu
except a radio signal and
dead reckoning. The last
checkpoint we got a good
fix on our position was
a river we had crossed,
but then everything went
completely white. We
flew blind for about 20
minutes."
When Jansa thought
he should be coming into
Fuchu, he descended,
even though he didn't
know where he was. As
he descended into the
blinding snowstorm, he
was shocked to realize he
was right on top of the
area he needed to be.
From the back seat
Admiral Ginda patted
him on the shoulder and
said, "that is some of the
best flying I have ever
seen."
Jansa, said he was so
taken aback he didn't
know what to say beyond,
"Well sir, sometimes it is
just dumb luck."


Watching the
hydrogen bomb
North Okaloosa
veteran Jim Jansa
remembers watching
a test explosion of a
hydrogen bomb in
1958:
"I, remember we
were aboard the Boxer
and were lining' the
rails waiting for it to
detonate, and we were
all looking off toward
the pitch black western
sky.
"The first thing we
saw was this enormous
fireball, and it, was
like' looking directly
into the sun. Then A
moment or two later,
we felt the shockwave,
and to be honest it
nearly knocked us off
our feet.
'"But the thing that
awed me, aind still
does as we watched
the fireball rising into
the atmosphere, it lit
the sky up as clearly
as a noonday sun. And
even though it should
have gotten dark
afterwards, it never
did because somehow
the rising plume of gas
continued to reflect
sunlight, and it stayed
bright as day from that
point on.
"The other thiing
that awed me was
the ground fog. In
the tropics, low-lying
fog is prevalent in
the early morning
hours, before dawnri,
and:when that device
went off, the ground
fog just evaporated, or
disappeared instantly.
You could see it, and
I suppose the shock
wave caused it, but
those two memories
still stick with me."


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Sollenberger and King to wed
Special to the News Bulletin Alicia Rochelle Alicia is the daughter of Chauncey and Line
S:: : Special to the News Bulletin Sollenberger and Chad JackandJoyceSollenberger King of Laurel Hill an
S" '. Alicia Sollenberger Alton King will exchange of Birmingham. Her Sherri and John Bisho
and Chad King are wedding vows at the grandparents are Hiram of Pinson, Ala. Form
S. getting married on church at Brook Hills and Alice Gwin of Dayton, invitations are being sen
S. March 1. Everyone is in Birmingham, Ala. on Ohio. but everyone is invited t
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Wayland Harrison
Wayland Harrison, age 74, passed away at his home
in the Svea community in north Okaloosa County on
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008. He was a native of Okaloosa
County and was the son of the late Button Harrison
and Ira Bradley Harrison. A lifelong resident, he was
engaged in carpentry work until ill health forced his
retirement.
Survivors are three sons, Steve Harrison of Lathrop,
Mo., Jerome Harrison and wife Patty of Laurel Hill and
Virgil Harrison of DeFuniak Springs; two daughters,
Dianne Mack and husband Pedro of Stuart, Fla. and
Lisa Gumapac and husband Bob of Brewton, Ala.; 11
grandchildren and one great-grandchild; three sisters,
Melba Frazier of Altamonte Springs, Fla., Fay Weekly of
Crestview, and Merle Trenkenschuh of Illinois.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 6 at Evans Funeral Home in Florala, Ala. with Rev.
Larry Sweat and Rev. Mike McVay officiating. Interment
will be in the Svea Cemetery.
Sign, leave a remembrance or view the guestbook
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"WuWNESOAY, FEBRUIARY 6 2008


Lady Gators leave district game behind for regionals

The Baker girls' basketball team move-on to the 1-2A regional quarterfinals on Thursday


Schedule
Basketball
Regional quarterfinal
matchup:
Baker at Cottondale
(Girls), Thursday at 7 p.m.
District 1-5A
Tournament
Crestview at Pace (Boys)


District
Tournament
Baker at Jay (Boys)

District
Tournament
Laurel Hill hosting


1-2A


1-1A


Wrestling
Class 2A Region 1
Tournament at Fleming.
Island. Tacksonville on
Feb .-l at noon on Fridai,
and li a rn on Sarurday


Free Tennis Clinic
Daug Barthel and lay
Wallpole from the LiU
Florida Tennis A-.'ociaton
are hosting .1 free clinic on
Feb 'j.
The clinic i.- located iat
the new terunu court- at
the Baker .-\rea Comnmunity
Center trom 2 '; p m There
will be instruchon arnme-
and pnzes Ages 6 60 + are
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American Cancer
Walk I Run / Ride
The Amencan Cancer
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walk run and ride on March
8. The e\ent will start at the
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Highway 90. Holt
Registration starts at
7 a.m. $10 for adults, $5 per
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receive a t-shirt.
For more information
please contact Trina Trimm
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Ten Star
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Applications are
now being evaluated
for the Ten Star All Star:
summer basketball camp.
Admittance is by invitation
only. Boys and Girls, ages
10-19 and 6-18 are eligible
to apply.
SFor a free brochure on
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Crestview Little League
is holding registration for.
the 2008 Spring Season now
through 15 Feb.
Boys baseball and Girls
softball programs are
available. Ages range from
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A family with multiple
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Full uniform! (Pants, socks,
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Crestview Little League
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Register at the following,
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Feb. 9th @ Wal-Mart &
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Crestview News Bulletin

Baker's girls basketball
team will be moving to the
regional quarterfinals at
Cottondale on Thursday.
"We could beat
Cottondale," Baker's
Courtney Fountain said.
"We just can't make
mistakes."
Baker's Chelsea
Combest also had some,
words on the their


Robert Young
Creslview News Bulletin

It wa- a big night
for Crestview'- Daniel
Johnson and Nick
Panucci.
The 112-and 171-pound
wrestler- took first place
in their bracket-, on Friday
ni,.ht in the Class 2A
Di-strict 1 tournament.
The Crest\iew.
wrestling team finished
-econd overall in the
tournament, with 141
points, its best fini-h in
the schools' history\
Nloselv won the event
wkith 172 points. Fort
Walton Bfeach placed third
with 122.5 points and
Choctaw finished fifth in
theeight-team tournament
with 111 points.
John-on especially
had a-, .go.od -. evening-
with his first place win
over_ Mosley's Jordan
Williams.
"He's a really good
wrestler and one of my
close friends," Johnson
said. ,
"He's a lot more flexible
than you'd think and so it,
was pretty hard to get his
left shoulder down."
Johnson, with 31 season
wins, illgoon totheClass


maKMig
PREDICTIONS
Robert Young
Crest-iew News Bulletin

How about the
refreshing taste of an ice-
cold prediction? : ,
The Lady Gators are the


upcoming game.
"Cottondale is pretty
quick, but not too big
inside," Combest said.
"We played them in
the regular season and
lost, but we weren't really
focused for that game. We
were already out of school
ready for the holidays.
We'll be ready this time."
Baker lost to Cottondale
on Dec. 21, 36-25.
The Hornets, along
See REGIONALS B7


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The Baker girls talk over plays during a practice. The
Gators travel to Cottondale on Thursday.


Anlpil n I Crestview News DUteIIL
Crestview's Eric Rowland locks arms with a Mosely
opponent during the preliminary round at districts.
2A Region 1 tournament like Kyle (Miller) did last
in Jacksonville this Friday year," Johnson said.
and Saturday. "That's my main goal
"I want to get to State this year as a junior."'


only survivors in the girls'
basketball postseason.
Baker travels to
Cottondale to take on the
Hornets on Thursday in-
the regional quarterfinals.
This will be the third
year in a row that the
Gators have met up with
Cotto dale. Baker coach
Kathy Combest doesn't"
want to make this the


third year in a row to lose
to the Hornets.
The Baker boys'
basketball team traveled
to Jay for its District 1-2A
tournament game.
Baker coach Mike
Martello said earlier how
he thinks the team will do
very well in the tourney.
With the way they've
been playing the last three


Crestview's Miller
didn't have as much luck
with his match. Miller lost
to Mosley's Tyler Paridon
in the 130-pound bracket
title match.
"We were very
disappointed for Kyle.
At times he seems to
heap a lot of stuff on
his shoulders and it can
affect his wrestling. He
got so worked up over
having family here, the
championship, and the
100th win that he just
didn't wrestle well.,"
Crestview's coach Jeff
Fowler said.
"As disappointing
as .it was though, better
now at districts than this
weekend at regions."
Bulldog Panucci
countered his teammates'
loss with a win in his
171-poun-d'b racket. *-
Panucci pinned
Choctaw's Robert Carrillo
for first place and 35th
win this year.
"He was strong,"
Panucci said.
,"I wasn't going to let
him win though, I did
what I needed to do."
Crestview's Trevor
Sauls' lost his 215-pound

See BREAK B7


The Gator football team awards its best

Baker coach Bob Kellogg and staff host ceremony for departing and returning players


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The Baker football team
had its annual awards
banquet recently.
Put on by coach Bob
Kellogg and his staff, the
awards were given to those
that showed exceptional
skill on and off the field.


The awards
v a r i e d ,
including the
Team Captain
A w a r d,
Scholastic Award, The
Northwest Florida Daily
News Offensive and All
Area Players of the Year
and the Travis Peoples
Spirit of the Game Award.


The sit-
down .. dinner
event was held
at Baker High
School and
included more than 100
participants.
"We gave out some
well deserved awards,"
Kellogg said.
"Right now we're


just taking our break in
moderation and looking
forward to the.. new
season."
The Gators finished the
year with a' 4-6 season,
losing the chance to
move into the districts in
December.

See AWARD B3


games, it's not something
to doubt.
The Gators haven't
been in the top two in the
district since 2005.
They won the district
that year, but ended up
losing to Ponce de Leon in
the regional quarterfinal,
70-54.
See HELLO B7


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BULLDOGS BREAK THE LEASH

The Crestivew boys' wrestling team placed second in districts with regionals next


Girls' basketball says goodbye, the boys say hello

The Lady Gators are the only link left, but boys basketball starts districts this week


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Baker 51, Freeport
36:
Alyssa Horn scored
12 points and grabbed
11 rebounds to record
a double-double and
propel Baker into
the District 1-2A
championship game
with a 51-36 win over
Freeport on Friday.
Chelsea Combest
added 11 points and
seven assists, while
Courtney Fountain
pitched in % ith 11 points
and eight rebounds for
Baker in the win.
Joslyn King led the
Bulldogs with 12 points.
Nicole Dykes added
seven points for Freeport
in the loss.
Baker (14-8) plays in
the regional quarterfinals
at Cottondale on
Thursday.
Freeport finished the
season at 13-11.

Freeport 38101536
Baker13 13 10 15 51

FREEPORT (361
lesse Moulton b,
Dannica Mosher 3,
Curstin Bulord 2, loslyn
King 12, Lora King 7
Nicole Dykes 7. Totals
11 2 8-11 36.

BAKER (51)
Sydney Boutwell
2, Chelsea Combest
11, Arial Adkinson 1,
Courtney Fountain 11,
Lauren Griffith 1. Sam
Gronberg 2, Bethany
Meisch 1, Alyssa Horn
12, Hanna McGraw 2.
Heather Chestnut- .6,
Dahi Mayhair( 2, Totals:
18 1 12-2451.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Laurel Hill 64,
Crestview 50:
Jeffrey Reese torched
the Bulldogs for 30
points and 14 rebounds
as Laurel Hill defeated
Crestview in its final
regular season game.
Crestview's three
seniors led the Bulldogs
in scoring on seruor
night.
Jamar Boyers scored .
12 points, Cody Hancock
scored 10 and Matt
Sanders had eight in
their final regular season
games for Crestview.
Corey Wenrich pitched
in seven points tor-the
Bulldogs in the loss:
Zach Sledge.and Jace
Smith each scored nine
points for the Hoboes.
Laurel Hill (16-7)
opened District 1A
tournament play
on Tuesday against
Escambia Charter.
The Bulldogs,
who are currently the
seventh seed in the
districts, traveled to
Pace to play No. 2 seed
Choctawhatchee on
Tuesday.

LHS 10 16 24 14 64
CHS 6 15 16 13 50

LAUREL HILL (64)
Jeffrey Reese 30
Richard Dixon 2,
Zack Sledge 9, Will
Sherwood 4, Jace Smith
9, Ethan Jackson 4, Seth
Strickland 6. Totals: 13 7
17-26 64.

See BRIEFS B7








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A Week Recap:


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008


What you've been missing on the-court


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Ann Spann I Crestview New" Bulletin


Above left: Crestview's Trevor Sauls is in a hold in
one of his preliminary matches on Friday.
Above: Future Hoboes, Isabella Coon
Tommy Colloway, Isiah Hayes and Collin Russell.
Above right: Chad Donley drives toward the basket
during the Baker Gators 67-61 victory over Laurel
Hill.
Left: Laurel Hill's Will Sherwood jumps up for a
block on a Baker player.
Right: Coach Ronnie Smith and Kent Zessin speak
to the Hobo boys' basketball team during a
timeout.


Above left: Kaylan Chappelle goes up for a jump
shot during the Richbourg / Davidson game on
Thursday.
Above: The big smiles of Hobo cheerleaders help
to brighten up the gym.
Above right: Richbourg's Maeson Piper puts up the
ball against a pressing Davidson defense.
Right: Baker cheerleaders watched as their Gator
team downed the Hobos for the first time in four
years.
Below left: The Richbourg cheerleaders helped
cheer their Roadrunners to victory.
Below: Kameron Miller brings the ball down the
court for the Roadrunners during their win over Da-
vidson on Thursday.
Bottom right: The Davidson cheerleaders were
very vocal in a packed Richbourg gym.
Below right: Davidson's Olivia Dunn prepares for a
shot against the Richbourg defense.


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Hub City Bassmasters celebrate

Local fishing club holds annual award ceremony for excellence
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jwgynti club of Crestview
Lowball results for
Feb. 3:

Mike Talyor
Kee Anderson -12.
Bob Van Lorynen
Melvin Cox


Larry Fordyce
Tom Prier
Dean Martin
Ray Hudson


Special to The News Bulletin
Above: The Hub City Bassmasters showcase trophies given out during the an-
nual award ceremony.
Below: Greg Prince holds his "Angler of the Year" award along with two other
members of the Hub City Bassmasters.
Bottom: Wives of the Hub City Bassmasters fishermen that help with the event.


Steve Whiddon
Tracy Bonham .-10
Will Bonham,
Aaron Daniel

David Smith
Cory McSween -9
Lavaughn Dorman
Tom Cook


Tony Petrea
Terry Bays
Archie Perez
Jesse Perez

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Linc Hocmuth
Bonnie Hochmuth +6'
Dean Martin
Pat Martin +4
Bill Beard
Judy Beard +4
Norm Hullinger
Betty Ahearn +2
Lavaughn Dorman
Janice Cheatham -1


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Northwest Florida Daily News All Area
Honorable Mention
Marcus Jones -All Purpose, Josh Rose LB
Dustin Harlan OL

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Cameron Domann.ue- QB, Billy W'hatmough
AP Kellan Meeks LB. Sam Langlev -DL,
losh Beck WR, Anthony Thompson DB
and Camaran Cook OL

Northwest Florida Daily News Offensive
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Cameron Dmangue

Florida 2nd Team All-State Quarterback
CaIrer-on Doniriue

Pensacola Sports Association All-Star Team
Camaran Cook .OL
Josh Beck WR

Challenger Award winner
Bill \\-hatmouigh

Trav is Peoples Spirit of the Game Award
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Team Captain Award
losh Beck. Robbie Mclahon
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Brian Davis
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Billy Smith
De Fischer
Terry Thomas
Faye Thomas
Bob Frazier
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City youth basketball standings


Basketball results:
TLB Division:'
Team W
Bulldogs 11
Pistons 9
Lakers 8
Hawks 7
Jazz 5
Magic 4
Tarheels 2
Bulls 0

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Jazz 4
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008


Ronald McDonald House kicks off Capital Campaign


PENSACOLA The
Ronald McDonald House
announced the Kickoff
for the Capital Campaign
to build a new House.
The Campaign slogan
is Building a Lifeline
of Hope and the goal
for the Campaign is $5
million. To date, the total
amount raised, including
a generous gift from
the McDonald's owner-
operators is $1,267,720.27.
We are proud to announce
that 100 percent of the
Board and Staff has made a
pledge to the newHouse.
Leaders of the Ronald
McDonald House
have developed a
comprehensive plan to
build a new House that
will be a 26-bedroom
home, all with their own
private bathrooms for
maximum privacy.
For local families like
Samuel Sweeney and
Carey Hicks the need
for an expanded Ronald
McDonald House is all too
clear.
Samuel and Carey
are the proud parents of
Haley Jane Hicks. Haley


Jane was born 16 weeks
early in March 2007 and
weighed only one pound
and 12 ounces. Alone and
afraid, Samuel and Carey
were able to find a home
at the Ronald McDonald
House where they stayed
for over 114 days while
baby Haley grew stronger.
During their first
few days at the Ronald
McDonald House, mom
and dad were worried as
they thought no one would
ever understand what they
were going through as
young parents in this crisis
situation. However, they
were determined to make
the House their home
away from home. Once
they settled in to their new
environment they quickly
became friends with other
families and the staff.
Asked about the impact
the Ronald McDonald
House had on them, they
responded, "This was .the
best place a family with a
loved one in the hospital
could ever have ... being
here with other families
that were going through
the same thing helped us


a lot."
During their checkout
from The Ronald
McDonald House, mom
and dad shared that they
never would have thought
they would be sad to
leave the House, but they
were. They made many
lifelong friendships with
other families who were
also waiting to take their
children home.
For young families
like Haley's, the House
can make the difference
between a happy future,
or one ripped apart by
the devastating financial
effects of childhood
illness. In the 114 days that
Haley's family stayed at
the House, the charity was
able to save them close to
$25,000 in expenses related
to shelter and food.
In 2007, families
from Crestview were
provided respite, shelter,
compassion and an
emotionally supportive
environment 293 times.
Since 2004,669 rooms have
been provided to families
from Crestview. These
families, like Haley's, often


RONALD MCDONALD
HOUSE-CHARITIES


had to wait for a room to
be available because the
current Ronald McDonald
House is simply not large
enough to serve all those
who need this home away
from home. In 2006 and
2007, families had to be
turned away 2,355 times
due to lack of space.
The goal of this
campaign is to build a
26-bedroom facility that
will have the ability to
provide an additional
5,600 rooms annually
for families so that an
estimated 551 more
families can be close to
their child.


Special to the News Bulletin
Samuel and Carey Hicks with newborn Haley.

Our local Ronald McDonald House


ior mwhwesl Florida's
Ronald McDonald House
is located in Pensacola
and provides a home
away from home for
families of seriously ill
children.
The misconception
in our community is
the House is owned/
operated by McDonald's
Corporation and/or
Sacred Heart Health
System. RMH is
independently owned
and operated by a
volunteer board of


dire -torfs It reles he. a il
on donations from the
public in order to serve
families.
The? Houie provides a
comnlor able, l.supporr. e
alternative to costly hotels
or unforgiving hospital
chairs and benches t,-r
Ihese farrniles I serves
as a temporary residence
near the medical facility
where family members
can sleep, eat, relax
and find support from
other families in similar
situations.


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


CRESTVIEW AREA

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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Arbonne International Independent Consultant held its ribbon cutting Jan. 29 at
the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Arbonne Web site is www.arbonne.com


Crestview Paint & Body


awards winning listener
Randy Beard I Crestview News Bulletin
Ed Lowe of Crestview Paint & Body presents a $500 check
to Mike Bogg of Crestview. Mike won this check during a Crestview
Paint & Body remote radio broadcast.





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Bella Donna Day Spa held its grand opening and ribbon cutting Jan. 28 at its
facility near the intersection of U.S. 90, Main Street and Wilson Street.


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Children in Crisis held its ribbon cutting Jan. 30 at the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce. Children in Crisis recently opened a new
facility in Fort Walton Beach.


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BRIEFScontinued from B1


CRESTVIEW (50)
Amond Robinson 1, Cory
.Wenrich 7, Chris Pickett 6,
Cortez Whatley 6, Jamar
Boyers 12, Cody Hancock 10,
Matt Sanders 8. Totals: 16 3
9-14 50.
Baker 80, South Walton
74, 20T:
Baker coach Mike
Martello had pointed out
his Gators needed another
win to propel them into
the district tournament this
week.


They got it as Stephen
Shelley had a career-high
37 points and hauled in 15
rebounds as the Gators won
the non-district matchup.
Chad Donley added 22
points for the Gators, who
were 6-of-6 from the line in
the second overtime.
David Key led the
Seahawks with 22 points,
while Shane Seeger had 21,
Jake Wright scored 14 and
Jordan Colson added 13.
Baker (13-11) played Vernon
on Tuesday in the District
1-2A tournament.


SW1714 20 12 11 0 74
Baker 15 23 14 11116 80
SW (74)
David Key 22, Shane
Seeger 21, Mason Smith 2,
Jordan Colson 13, Nathan
Terry, Jake Wright 14. Totals
18 8 14-27 74
BAKER (80)
Austin McCart 2, Josh
Rose 4, Josh Yost 3, Colton
Henry 2, Chad Donley 22,
Chad Lawhon 6, Stephen
Shelley 37, Jarred Batson 4.
Totals 20 9 13 -15 80.


HELLO continued from B1


Laurel Hill hosts the
' District 1-IA tournament
this week.
Laurel Hil wants to
add to its district and
regional championship
total.
Under the watchful
eve ot coach Ronnie
Smith and some words


from Kent Zessin. home-
court advantage should
propel the Hoboes into
the championship game.
If yon can make the
trip. the District 1-1A
championship game on
Saturday at Laurel Hill
will be a game to see.
especially if the Hoboes


meet Paxton.
Crestview, currently
the seventh seed in the
District 1-5A tournament
traveled to Pace to take
on number two seed
Choctawhatchee on
Tuesday night.
What games should
you be watching?


BREAK continued from B1


bracket against Fort
Walton Beach's lohnny
Robinson.
"For some of the boys.
tonight was hot,' Fowler
said.
"Others will have to
learn from the mistakes
they made. It's a- easy
as that."
CHS and Fowler,
as well as a handful of
others., hosted the district
event that housed eight
schools and more than
100 wrestlers.
Crestvieuw, FortWalton
Beach, Choctawhatchee,
Tate, Pace. Milton,
MNosely and Rutherford
attended.
"Wrestling in our
area will continue to
grow and get better as

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fan- k-ep coming out.,'
Fowler -.aid.
"I know trom personal
experience a- a wrestler
that you wrestle harder,
tougher, and most times
better when you hear
people cheering for
you."
Out of the 13 Bulldog
wrestlers. seen of
them were able to make
into the championship
and consolation medal
rounds.
The top four wrestlers
from each weight class
travel to Fleming Island.
lacksonville for the
regional tournament.
"Bringing home a
trophy is a huge feather
in our cap," Fowler said.
"It will only help us as


we continue to recruit in
our hallways. Kids are
seeing our success and
now wanting to be a part
of it."

Team scores: Mosley
173. Crest-view 141,
Fort Walton Beach
122.5. Rutherford 111.5,
Choctawhatchee 111,
Tate 101, Pace 75.5,
MlUton 28.

Crestview
112-Daniel Johnson, 1
119-Colin Smith, 3
125-Justin Smoyer, 3
130-Kyle Miller. 2
152-William Mitchell,


171-Nick Panucci, I
215-Trevor Sauls, 2
275-J. Longman, 4


REGIONALS continued from B1


with head coach Chris
Obert, will be looking to
beat Baker for the second
time this season.
"They're very good and
very quick," said Ponce
de Leon coach Tim Alford
said, who is familiar with
both teams
"I think that Baker
can take them. It's going
to be all about running,
jumping and pressing the
entire game."
Baker vs. Cottondale
isn't something new to
the community.
The Gators have lost
in the first round of the
regional the last three
years, and Cottondale
eliminated Baker the last
two years (43-35 in 2006


and 44-41 in 2007) ,
"All we can do is try
and beat Cottondale,"
Baker's Heather Chestnut
said.
"I think we can beat
them."
The Gators travel to
Cottondale on Thursday
at 7 p.nt.

District loss
The Northwest Florida
Officials Association
officials crew ruffled some
feathers with Baker on
Saturday, losing to Ponce
de Leon in overtime
41-34.
Baker complained
about a lack of free throw
opportunities in the loss..
The Gators (14-8) got


four free throws attempts
to PDL's 23.

Bakerl5 12 3 4 0 34
PDL169547 41

BAKER (34)

Sydney Boutwell
2, Chelsea Combest 9,
Courtney Fountain 2,
Samantha Gronberg 9,
Alyssa Horn 4, Heather
Chesnut 8. Totals 13 2-4
34.

PONCE DE LEON (41)

Gypsy Griffin 8, Maggie
Wright 15, Jdnnifer Grant
3, Hillary Harper 5, Mary
-Howes 10. Totals: 12 14-23


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
Saturday, Feb. 9 at 6
p.m. Awards Banquet in
Crestview-Choctawhatchee
and Western Gate Chapters.
Details 682-6098.
Sunday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m.
Choctawhatchee Chapter
activity planning meeting
in Crestview. All outdoor
enthusiasts welcome.
Details: 862-9633.
Saturday, Feb. 16 at 8
a.m. Five-mile hike around
Karick Lake with lunch
following in Baker. Details
(850) 995-4267.
Monday, Feb. 18 at 9 a.m.
President's Day Celebration
and hike at Big Lagoon State
Park. Details: (850) 477-7043.
For more on any of these
activities visit their Web
site at http: / / westgate.
floridatrail.org.
REP. EVERS PAGE
AND MESSENGER
CONTEST: Rep. Greg Evers
(R-Milton) is accepting .
applications for the Page
and Messenger Program for
the upcoming Legislative
Session. Each House
member can sponsor one
page (between the ages of 12
and 14) and one messenger
(between the ages of 15 and
18).
To be selected, the .
contestant must fill out
an application and write
a short essay on what it
would mean to be selected
as a page or messenger and
return it to Rep. Evers' office
by Feb. 15.
For details and
applications please contact
Rep. Evers' Milton office at
(850) 983-5550. The office is'
located at 5224 Willing St:,
Milton, FL 32570.
ABATE CAR & BIKE
SHOW: To be held Feb. 9
from 9 10:45 a.m. at 735
Pensacola Beach Blvd., the
Pensacola Beach tourist
information center parking
lot. $10 for each car or bike
entered. All entries must be
driven onto the show site
- no exceptions. Winners
will be chosen by public
ballot. Coffee, doughnuts
water and sodas available
for a donation: Door prizes
and 50/50 drawing. ABATE
membership and motorcycle
safety info. will be available.
IDENTITY THEFT
SEMINAR: The Fort Walton
Beach Library and Police
Department will host a free
seminar on Identity Theft
on Monday, Feb. 11 from
10 a.m. to 11:306a.m. This
program will cover topics
such as what is identity
theft, how does it happen,
and what you can do to
protect yourself. No sign
up is required for this
free seminar. For more
information, call 833-9590.
The library is located at 185
Miracle Strip Parkway in
Fort Walton Beach. Parking
is on First Street to the North
and Ferry Road to the East.
BOATING SEMINARS:
at the University of West
Florida Coombs Campus on
Lovejoy Road in Fort Walton
Beach.
Feb. 11, Onboard Weather
Forecasting- 7 p.m.
Feb. 18, Anchoring, 7 p.m.


Registration is $40.
For details, phone
(850) 315-0686 or visit the
www.fwsps.com.
VALENTINE DINNER:
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview will host a 6 p.m.
spaghetti dinner on Feb.
14 at their 150 Woodlawn
Drive club building
(behind Woodlawn B.C.)
Complimentary photo, door
prizes, and desserts. Your
donation of $10 a meal will
benefit the club's charities.
Call Jean Gutenmann at
683-9117 for info and tickets.
RELAY INDOOR
GARAGE SALE: The
Covenant Hospice Relay for
Life team is collecting gently
used items for an upcoming
garage sale to benefit The
American Cancer Society.
Items may be brought to
the Covenant Hospice
branch office, located at
370 W. Redstone Ave. in
Crestview. Arrange pick up
of furniture and other large
items in excellent condition
by calling Donna Chapman
at 682-3628. The garage sale
will be held at the Covenant
Hospice office on Friday,
Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
UM PREVIEW DAY:
High school juniors and
seniors and their parents
interested in learning about
the University of Mobile, a
private Christian university
in south Alabama, are
invited to attend Spring
Preview Day on Friday, Feb.
15.
Seniors who attend are
eligible for up to $2,000 in
scholarships when they
enroll for fall semester 2008.
For information or to
register call 800-WIN-RAMS
or e-mail adminfo@mail.
umobile.edu, or visit the
website at www.umobile.
edu / admissions and click on
"visit the carfipus."
AGRIBUSINESS
CONFERENCE IN
JAY: 2008 Gulf Coast
Agribusiness Conference,
Thursday, Feb. 21, 8:30 a.m. -
3:30 p.m. at the West Florida
Research and Education
Center in Jay, FL.
Registration is $15, or $20
after Feb. 14. For details or
to be a sponsor, call Chris
Wilcox at 623-0174, email:
cwilcox@teamsantarosa.com
or William Wendt at (850)
995-3720 x.104, wwendt@
ufl.edu.
UWF SWIMMING
LESSONS: UWF Aquatic
Center offers Saturday
swimming lessons
throughout the spring
for children and adults.
Remaining sessions are from
9 -11 a.m. on Feb. 23 March
15; March 29 April 19; April
26 May 17. Cost is $25 per
person for four, 30-minute
lessons. Private lessons are
available by request. One-
to-one instruction fees are
$90 per person for two hours
minimum.
Details or registration:
(850) 474-2981 or e-mail
nquina@uwf.edu.
FREE RESUME
AND INTERVIEW
WORKSHOPS: OWC's
Career Resource Center will
host Don't "Tell" Yourself
Short Keys to Effective


Interviewing will be held
Feb. 21 and March 5 on the
OWC/UWF Fort Walton
Beach campus.
'"The 'Write' Approach
Keys to Effective Resume
Writing" on March 3 at the
OWC/ UWF Fort Walton
Beach Campus and on
March 18 on the Niceville
campus.
To reserve a seat, call ,
729-5227. Each workshop
will be held from 5 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Coffee,
doughnuts, water and soda
available for a donation.
Door prizes and 50/50
drawing.
The public is invited to
attend.
OWC ARTS EXHIBIT:
Self-taught .artists and
Charles Gatewood paintings
on display through Feb. 21.
Gallery hours, Monday to
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Sundays from 1 to
4 p.m. Phone: 729-6044.
INAUGURAL TOUR
FOR VETERANS: WWII
veterans who wish to attend
the tour of 'the World War
II Memorial in Washington
on April 30 may apply for
an application through
Okaloosa Veterans Services
,at 689-5922 or at the 601-A
N. Pearl Street office in
Crestview. Hours are 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
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.
AARP TAX AIDE: is the.
largest free volunteer-run tax
counseling and preparation
service for income
taxpayers, with special
attention to those age 60
or older. Volunteer as a tax
assistance counselor and/
or a leadership coordinator
by calling 1-888-OUR-AARP
or visiting www.aarp.org/
taxaide.
CHAIRS FOR
CHARITY: Sacred Heart
Hospital's Ladies of Charity
group is seeking donations
of chairs for artists to paint
as well as artists to share
their talents for an April 11
fund-raiser. Fifty percent
of proceeds from the event
will be donated to the
Association for Retarded
Citizens (ARC) and the
remaining will support
Ladies of Charity outreach
activities in Northwest
Florida.
Chairs maybe painted for
indoor or outdoor use and
may feature everything from
fabric and florals to college
team emblems and sports
'themes. Local businesses are
invited to donate painted
chairs featuring their logos,
artists are encouraged to
sign their works, and anyone
interested in painting and
donating a chair is welcome
to participate. Deadline to
donate chairs is April 11,
2008.
The chair auction and
plant sale will be conducted
on Saturday, May 3 at Sacred
Heart Hospital's Conference
Center.
To donate a chair or to
offer youi talents as an artist


to paint a chair, please call
Pippa Nicholson-Kuenn,
Ladies of Charity president,
at (880) 437-1669.

MARCH
LIBRARY LECTURES:
are every first Tuesday at 10
a.m.
March 4 "The History &
Geography of Coffee" with
Jim Maas of Maas Coffee
Roasters.
April 1 presentation is
local author C. J. Holbrook
with "Writers Aglow: The
Christian Fiction Book
Market."
For a complete schedule
see the library Web site:
www.cityofcrestview.org /
library.htm.
BOSTON BUTT FUND-
RAISER: Covenant Hospice
fourth annual Boston butt
sale March 8 from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on Main Street in
Crestview, in conjunction
with the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce's
Triple B Blackwater,
Bluegrass and Barbecue
Cook-off.
Tickets are $25 for a 6-8
pound fully-cooked Boston
butt which will be available
for pick up the day of the
event. Delivery is also
available on Friday, March 7
for organizations with orders
of 10 or more. All proceeds
benefit unfunded special
programs and patient care in
north Okaloosa and Walton
counties.
To order, call Covenant
Hospice in Crestview at
682-3628 or visit www.
covenanthospice.org for
more information.

ONGOING
OSTEOARTHRITIS:
Osteoarthritis of the
hands can lead to stiffness,
swelling and pain. It often
makes everyday activities
- such as holding a cup of
coffee, threading a needle,
or tying your shoelaces
-painful and difficult.
The American Arthritis
Society has compiled some
useful and practical tips
for self-care and made
them available on the
Society's Web site at www.
americanarthritis.org.
LICENSE PLATES ON
SALE: The new Florida
Support Our Troops!
specialty license plates are
available for purchase at all.
tag offices. Florida residents
can register for plate
information updates and
how they can buy the plates
at www.SupportOurTroops.
org.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: The lectures
begin at 10:30 a.m. at the
Robert L.F. Sikes Crestview
Public Library on the first
Tuesday of each month.,
Each month there will be
a different presentation on
many interesting topics.
NOARC: The North
Okaloosa Amateur Radio
Club meets every fourth
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Old Dorcas Fire Station on
U.S. Highway 90 eight miles
east of Crestview (next to the
Exxon station and Sasquatch
Zoo). Anyone interested in
amateur radio is welcome.
Visit www.noarc.net or
call Bob Walker (N4CU) at
537-9456.
HARVEST VINEYARD
COMPUTER REPAIR:
Harvest Vineyard Mission
is offering computer repair


services to support the
welfare of men and women
who have made a one-year
commitment to the mission.
Satisfaction is guaranteed
- no fix, no pay. Fees are
$25-$75 for all repairs. If
any hardware is needed,
you will be notified prior to
installation.
Donate your computer
for a good cause, or have
it repaired for a fraction
of what it would cost
,elsewhere.
Call 682-6447 or (937)
414-0523 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday Friday, or
go to 544 N. Main Street in
Crestview. Ask for Mark
Long.
VA TOLL FREE
SUICIDE HOT LINE: VA's
Suicide Hot Line number is
1-800-273-TALK (8255).
BATTERY RECYCLING:
U*S Battery Warehouse,
located at 1108 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview, is
offering free recycling to
west Florida consumers.
Alkaline, nickel-cadmium
(NiCd), nickel-metal-hydride
(NiMh), and lithium-ion (Li
Ion) batteries can be turned
in to the warehouse, which
also has a buy back plan for
lead-acid batteries (wet cell
batteries primarily used for
automotive products). Call
423-4548 for details.
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive through
the popular and ongoing
Heritage Craft Series. Call
678-2615 to pre-register or
for more information. Pre-
registration is required for
all classes.
CHILDCARE
ASSISTANCE: Financial
assistance for childcare is
now available through the
Early Learning Coalition
of Okaloosa and Walton
Counties for eligible low-
income families who need
help paying for child care.
Call Child Care Services
at 833-9330 or 833-9333
for income eligibility and
appointments.
HERITAGE MUSEUM
VOLUNTEERS: Use your
talent, skills and, creativity
to benefit the community
and help preserve local
history.
Volunteer training
is available in all areas
of museum operations
including: exhibit tours,
meet and greet, special
events and archives. For
more information on the
volunteer opportunities,
contact Carol Visalpatara at
678-2615 or at cvisalpatara@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS
are needed to invest their
time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you
have a service to offer, time
to volunteer, or would like
additional information,
please contact Volunteer
Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE
EMERALD COAST: Adult
and teen volunteers are
needed. Volunteers serve in
different ways to assist both
the patient and the entire
family. Several methods of
volunteering are available,
including working directly
with patients, clerical,
fundraising, bereavement
and public relations
opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
volunteer coordinator, at


689-0300.
SUBSTANCE
ABUSE SERVICES FOR
PREGNANT WOMEN:
If you are pregnant and
concerned about alcohol and
drugs, free and confidential
help is available. All
pregnant women are eligible
for priority substance abuse
treatment services.
WISE is a program of
the Community Drug and
Alcohol Council. For more
information, call 689-4024 in
Crestview.
VOLUNTEERS
NEEDED: Volunteer
Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers
to work in the Emergency
Operations Center' assisting
county personnel in the
event of any natural or
manmade disaster affecting
Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public
Safety will open the EOC,
located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster
occurs. There will be a need
for data entry volunteers.
For more information,
please contact Yvonne Earle
at 863-1530, extension 230.
BAKER BLOCK
MUSEUM: is a good
source for local history,
artifacts, photos, and a
good selection of area
newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday -
Friday from 10 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., and the third
Saturday from 10 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., with special tours
available upon request.
For more information, call
the museum at 537-5714,
Jeanette Henderson
at 537-4401, or e-mail
bakermuseum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS
VOLUNTEER DRIVERS:
Volunteers are needed
to drive the DAV van,
which takes veterans to
their appointments at the
VA Outpatient Clinic in
Pensacola. You would only
drive two days per month.
For further information,,.
contact the local Veterans
Service Office at 601-A
North Pearl St., or call
689-5922.


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Legal # 100261
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION FILE NO.:
07 CP 1560 DIVI-
SION:
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
CHARLES H. RAY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
'TORS
The administration of the
estate of CHARLES H.
RAY, deceased File Num-
ber 07-CP 1560, Divi-
sion, is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County Flor-
ida, the address of'which
is 101 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview Florida,
32536. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served


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Weekly & Biweekly,
Deep Cleaning Special
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Do Your Dirty Work.
Gift Certificates Avail.l
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678


must file their claims with quested, is as follows: THE ABOVE ESTATE: ANY AND ALL UN- p!pe, screens,
this court WITHIN THE KNOWN PARTIES bine pump, pip
LATER OF THREE (3) 1. Prime Coat on pre- The administration of the CLAIMING BY, ical feed sys
MONTHS AFTER THE pared base for new road- estate of RAY FORREST THROUGH, UNDER, house, electric
DATE OF THE FIRST way with dimensions: DAVIS a/k/a Ray F. AND AGAINST THE site work, testir
PUBLICATION OF 2,100' x 24'= 5,600 SY Davis, deceased File HEREIN NAMED IN- associated
THIS NOTICE,OR (estimate); provide price N u m b e r DIVIDUAL DEFEND- nances necessc
THIRTY (30) DAYS per SY 08-CP-000092S, is pend- ANT(S) WHO ARE pletetheh work
AFTER THE DATE OF ing in the Probate Court, NOT KNOWN TO BE shall be comply<
SERVICE OF A COPY 2. 2" Asphalt Pavement, Okaloosa County, Flor-. DEAD OR ALIVE, 180 consecut
OF THIS NOTICE ON Type S-1 or equal, on ida in the Probate Court, WHEATHER SAID UN- dar days.
THEM. new roadway with same Okaloosa County KNOWN PARTIES
dimensions: Florida, the address of MAY CLAIM The Contract I
All other creditors of the 616 Tons (estimate); pro- which is: ANINTERESTT AS may be exami
decedent and other per- vide price per Ton Clerk of Circuit Court SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- following locc
sons having claims or de- Okaloosa County VISEES GRANTEES, Milligan Wate
mands against 3. Sweep, Clean, Tack Courthouse Annex. OR OTHER CLAIM- Office, 5340
decedent's estate, includ- Coat, Level as needed, 1250 Eglin Parkway ANTS Baker Fl.
ing unmatured, contin- and 1-1/4" Overlay, Shalimar, FL. 32579 850-537-9131
gent or unliquidated Type S-1 or equal, on LAST KNOWN Peters Municip
claims, must file their City Streets adjacent to The names and ADDRESS: UNKNOWN ates, Inc., 300
claims with this court the new roadway as de- addresses of the personal ter Street (I
WITHIN THREE (3) scribed following: representative and the CURRENT ADDRESS 6523), Dothan
MONTHS AFTER THE Brookmeade Drive: 965' personal representative's UNKNOWN 36302, 331-7
DATE OF THE FIRST x 20' attorney are set forth
PUBLICATION OF Ruby Lane: 745' x 24' below. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Copies of the
THIS NOTICE. Trenton Avenue: 60' x an action to foreclose a Documents
24' + radiuses ALL INTERESTED mortgage on the follow- obtained at tI
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Total Asphalt Pavement PERSONS ARE ing property in Okaloosd Office THE C
FILED WILL BE FOR- Overlay = 310 Tons NOTIFIED THAT: County, Florida: THE ENGINE
EVER BARRED. (estimate); provide price M U N I C
per Ton All creditors of the dece- LOT 8, BLOCK B ASSOCIATES,
NOTWITHSATNDING dent, and other persons CA NT fER BUR coated at 36
THE TIME PERIODS All work shall be done in having claims or de- W 0 0 D S Foster St.
SET FORTH ABOVE, accordance with FDOT mands against the ACCORDING TO THE 6523), Dott
ANY CLAIMS FILED standards and specifica- decedent's estate, on PLAT THEREOF 36303 (3630
TWO (2) YEARS OR tions, with the Contractor whom a copy of this no- RECORDED IN PLAT payment of $
MORE AFTER THE DE- to be responsible for all tice is served,within three BOOK 8 PAGES 53. each set.
CEDENTS DATE OF Traffic Maintenance dur- months after the date of OF TI- E PUBLIC PAYMENT R
DEATH IS BARRED. ing the work. The City of the first publication of this RECORDS OF SUM WILL
Crestview requires the notice, must file their O K A L O O S A REFUNDED.)
Date of the first publica- following documentation claims with this court COUNTY, FLORIDA.
tion of this notice is Janu- before a contract is WITHIN THE LATER Ol' MILLIGAN WA
ary 30 2008 awarded: THREE MONTHS AFTER has been filed against TEM, INC. .
Proof of Work History, THE DATE OF THE FIRST you and you are required
Attorney for the Personal List of Potential Subcon- PUBLICATION OF THIS to serve a copy of your MARTIN W. El
Representative: tractors, Proof of Insur- NOTICE OR THIRTY written defenses if any, IDENT
PATRICAI H. TODD ance, and License copy. DAYS AFTER THE DATE on or before March 7,
Florida Bar # 01609 The successful bidder will OF SERVICE OF A COPY 2008, on Florida Default Legal 100271
1528 Stockton Street be required to sign a OF THIS NOTICE ON Law Group, P.L.,
Jacksonville, Florida standard City Contract THEM. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
32204 arid to post a Perfor- address is 9119 Corpo- AUCTION
904-268-7155 mance Payment Bond for All other creditors of the rate Lake Drive, Suite
100% of the Bid amount, decedent, and persons 300 Tampa, Florida Pursuant to
Personal Representative: Liquidated damages on a having claims or de- 33634 and file the origi- 713.75. Florid
MARDISE L. CHESHIRE per-day basis will apply mands against nal witl this Court either there will be
2407 Cumberland Way to the work if not coam- decedent's estate, must before service on auction March
Crestview, Florida pleted in the time speci- file their claims with this Plaintiff's attorney or im- at 8:00 A.M.
32536 tied in the Contract. court WITHIN THREE mediately thereafter; oth- lowing descri
MONTHS AFTER THE erwise a default will be cles
01/30/08 If you have any ques- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- entered against you for
02/06/08 tions, contact Danny LICATION OF THIS NO- the relief demanded in 1998 GMC 1
Bowden or Allen TICE. the Complaint or petition. V I
Hallford, City'of Crest- 1GTEC19R3W
view Department of Pub- ALL CLAIMS AND This notice shall be
Legal # 100262 lic Services, 715 N. OBJECTIONS NOT SO published once., each 1986 FORD R
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FILED WILL BE week for two consecutive v I
INVITATION TO BID Florida, at (850) FOREVER BARRED. weeks in the Crestview 1FTCR11 T1GL
682-6132 News Bulletin. WITNESS
Issued By: City of Crest- The date of the first my hand and the seal of The auction w
view publication of this notice this Court on this 24 day at 861 W. J
715 N. Feron Blvd. Legal # 100270 is February 6, 2008 of January, 2008 Blvd Crestv
Crestview, Fl 32536 Legal # 100270 32536. Da5c
850-682132T Personal Representative: Don W. Howard sion & Towin
850-682-6132 IN THE CIRCUIT Dawn L. Garcia Clerk of the Court right to turn
Project: Brookmeade COURT FOR THE 106 Kipling Drive By: Kitty Simms and all bids.
Drive Extension Asphalt FIRST JUDICIAL Crestview, FL 32539 As Deputy Clerk an all bids.
Paving Work & Adjacent CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Streets Overlay OKALOOSA SALLY Y. NORRIS In accordance with the 02/06/08
COUNTY, FLORIDA Americans with Legal 100272
Sealed bids for the work PROBATE DIVISION Attorney For Personal Disabilities Act, persons
described herein will be CASE NO.: Representative with disabilities needing IN THE CII
received until 11:00 am, 08-CP-000092S ROBISON R. HARRELL & special accommodation COUR
local time, on Wednes- ASSOCIATES, P.A. to participate in this OF THE FIRI
day, February 20, 2008 In Re: The Estate of 3 Clifford Drive proceeding should CIAL CIR'
at [he regular meeting of RAY FORREST DAVIS Shalimar Florida 32579 contact Court IN AND
the Crestview City Coun- a/k/a Ray F. Davis (850) 651-1111 Administration at 101 OKALOI
cil. Any bids not received Deceased. Florida Bar Number: James Lee Boulevard COUN"
by 11:00 am in February 0023840 East, Crestview, Fl. FLORII
20, 2008, will not be ac- NOTICE TO 32536-3515; telephone CASE
cepted for consideration CREDITORS 02/06/2008 number (850) 689-5000, NO.:08-D
of the work. 02/13/2008 Extension 7497, prior to DIVISI(
TO ALL PERSONS the proceeding or
The scope of work, for HAVING CLAIMS OR Legal # 100273 Shalimar (850) LARRY
which unit prices are re- DEMANDS AGAINST 651-7497 DLARRYA
TRI- COUNTY COM- BOUDREAUX,
IMUNITY COUNCIL, IMPORTANT Petitioner,
INC. In accordance with the
302 NORTH OKLA- Americans with and
HOMA STREET, PO Disabilities Act, persons
l \I A UlV fl W BOX 1210 BONIFAY, with disabilities needing BRENDA
S\1 k 1 \ I FL 32425 special accommodation BOUDREAUX,
/ ,IJ .k\\L (850)547-3689 to participate in this Respondent.
proceeding should
REQUEST FOR PRO-. contact Court NOTICE OF
r C POSAL Administration at 1250 FOR DISSOR
N p cu N. Eglin Parkway OF MARE
.-, Tri-County Community Shalimar, Fl, 32579- tel-
ualifications under th 651-7497, prior to the Boudreaux'
.' 'ZuC^ ^^Krri'.nr^B Iequest for Proposal for proceeding. Respondents L
E Publicccounting Firm to 01/30/08 203-13th Stree
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U riW rJJJ L Wtnual financiaaldcom- 32413
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handyman &
experienced
electrician.
Call Travis
850-758-7654
Handyman Work
No Job too small. Call any time.
Free Estimates. Jeff 682-7866

Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references.
all Terry 902-3928


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WRCare
Lawn Maintenance,
American Concrete Mowing, Edging,
Driveways, Tear Outs Weed Eating, Sod.
Replacements Sidewalks Now accepting new
Free est. 685-7852 customers.
Bush Concrete One time or year round
No Jobs too Small contracts.
Prompt & Professional Lic. & Ins. Free estimates
Free Estimates Lic./Ins. 259-1325
850 585-1268 Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
LATHAM CON- Zoysia, Bermudla.
CRETE We deliver & install.
Robert Latham Call 244-6651
Masonry, Contractor Suncoast Sod Farms
Lic./Ins. Since
1977
All types of Concrete LAWN TEK, LLC
work. House slabs, Lawn Maintenance
Driveways, Additions. Landscaping, Irrigation,
3000 PSI mix used on Palm Tree installation
every job. Sod Dirt work, Bob
Also Bobcat work. Cat Services Trenching
Free est. & Debris -auling.
682-0137 Free Estimates.
Cell 826-1672 Call 865-3266 or
682-7316 Lic Insured,
Owner Brad Overly

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MAINTENANCE
2 Brothers Mowing, Trimming
Handyman Service Pr One time or
Nob too big or year round. Licensed
too small and insured. 5374419
978-1613/902-790 References Available
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tion of services.
Amazing Face & Body
Shop. 840 N. Ferdon
Blvd. Crestview FL
32536 A Family Place.
FL LIC #MM1 6666
Ph: 850-689-3900




MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.




Randy Batson's
Lawn & Tractor
Work,
Bushjhoggin, Move dirt,
Clear underbrush, &
Small Tractor Work.
Lic/Ins. 850
537-3835/546-128
3




SHEETS TREE SERVICE
Exp. Tree Trimming and
Removal, Stump
Removal.
50ft Bucket Truck and
Brush Chipper.
Free est. Lic./Ins.
398-6488/398-334
7
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For a copy of the Pro-
posal Packet, please
contact:
Tir- County Community
Council, Inc.
ATTN: Janice Richards
PO'BOX 1210 Bonifay
Fl. 32-425 (850
547-3689
All proposals submitted
shall be received no later
than Monday, February
25, 2008, 4:00 p.m.
and must meet all
requirements as outlined
in the packet to be
considered.
The Council reserves the
right to reject any and all
proposals.
02/06/08

Legal # 100623
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2007-CA-4941
DIVISION
COUNTRYWIDE
HOMELOANS SERVIC-
ING LP FOR THE BENE-
FIT OF HSBC BANK
USA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES W. COOK II,, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES W, COOK
II
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 414 ADAMS
STREET NW
FORT WALTON BEACH,
FL. 32548


All types of Metal
Faberication, Ornamental CURRENT ADDRESS:
Iron and Aluminium Rail- UNKOWN
ing. All types weld re-
pairs, call 758-7300


vertical tur-
ping, chem-
tem, well
al controls.
ig, and all
appurte-
ary to qom-
. All work
eted within
ive calen-

Documents
ned at the
itions: (1)
Ser System
Hwy. 4
32531.
Sand (2)
Fal Associ-
North Fos-
P.O. Box
n Alabama
93-5378 *
e Contract
may be
he Issuing
OFFICEE Og
R/ PETERS
I P A L
INC., Io-
60 North
(PO Box
han, Al.
)28, upon
50.00 for
( PRIOR
REQUIRED.
NOT BE

WATER SYS-

LLIS, PRES-





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a Statutes,
a. public


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money is used to pur-
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We are proud to be a
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6, 2008
for the fol-
bed vehi-

500 5
N # Single white male 70
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a small white lady 62-72.
ANGER I am easy going and
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UA47414 a good woman to share
ano do things together.
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iew, Fla 32536, or call (850)
STransmis- 689-8038
Shas the
own any White female would like
friendship w/white male
60-70, no drugs/alcohol.
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Legal 100258 an action has been filed
Against you and that you
ADVERTISEMENT FOR are required to serve a
BIDS copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Separate sealed BIDS for Larry James Boudreaux,
the construction of whose address is
WATER SYSTEM IM- 203-13th Street, Panama
PROVEMENTS will be City Bch., FL 32413 on
received by the MILLI- or before March 10,
GAN WATER SYSTEM, 2008, and file the origi-
INC., until 2:00 p.m., lo- nal with the clerk of this
cal time, FRIDAY FEBRU- Court at Okaloosa
ARY 22, 2008 at the Mil- County Courthouse An-
ligan Water System Of- nex, Shalimar, FL 32579,
fice. BIDS received after before service on Peti-
this time' will not be ac- tioner or immediately
cepted. BIDS will be pub- thereafter. If you fail to
licly opened and read do so, a default may be
aloud. entered against you for
the relief demanded in
Separate BIDS for EACH the petition.
CONTRACT will be
received as follows: Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
CONTRACT I WATER ing orders are available
LINES: The work on the at the Clerk of the Circuit
Pro ect consists, in gen- Court's office. You may
era, of construction of' review these documents
approximately 15,100 LF upon request.
OF 10" PVC water main
13,800 LF of 8" PVC You must keep the Clerk
water main; 68,100 LF of the Circuit Court's of-
of 6" PVC water main; fice notified of your cur-
280 LF of Ductile Iron rent address. ( You may
pipe; 73 gate valves; 41 file Notice of Current Ad-
fire hydrant assemblies; dress, Florida Family Law
7,910 LF of directional Form 12.915.) Future
bore; and all appurte- papers in this lawsuit will
nances necessary fo com- be mailed to the address
plete the project. All work on record at the clerk's
shall be complete within office.
160 consecutive calen-
dar days. WARNING: Rule
12.285. Florida Family
CONTRACT II TANK Law Rules of Procedure,
NO. 3: Construction of requires certain auto-
a 300 00 Gallon matic disclosure of docu-
Elevated Water Tank, site ments and information.
work, and all Failure to comply can re-
appurtenance necessary suit in sanctions, includ-
to complete the work. All ina dismissal or striking
work shall be completed ofpleadings.
within 240 consecutive
calendar days. Dated: 1-31-08
CONTRACT III WELL CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
NO. 3: A new minimum COURT
600 GPM WELL, includ- BY: Kristie ??
ing testing well and Deputy Clerk
umping, well construc-
tion a depth of approx- 02/06/08
imately 600 feet, 14- 02/13/08
inch outer casing, 8-inch 02/20/08
inner casing and column 02/27/08


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





NEW rofIAV

AUCTION!!
Saturday, February 9th,
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 everyday items for
sale including: new & old
wood furniture, home de-
cor4, glassware, Nascar
memorabilia cast iron,
primitive tools & multiple
computer items & McCoy
Pottery. Come join us for
a night of fun and great
bargainsll Bring us your
items for sale and you
get 80% when it is sold.
ems can be viewed
starting at 9:00am the
day oFthe Auction. James
Smith auctioneer, Lic #
AU3184. For info call


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in person Sunshine Aero,
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Computer Services


Dan 850-525-9395 or Computer
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paved roaa on left follow Home weekends with
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Crestview 1 866
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PES ANIMAL 682-3628
I Crestview
2100 Pets Hqge Inside
2110 Pets: Free to Hgenside
Good Home Yard Sale
2120- Pt Supplies Most Thurs-Sat
2130 Farm Animals/ Ms T -
Supplies 9:30am
2140 Pets/Livestock 429 N
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything V2 offl
Crestview
12 10oo0 Yard Sale
SSat Feb. 9th. Washer,
Clippendales dryer, little boy clothes
Dog groomin baths, bassinet, large bird
supplies call a out even- cage, lots of clothes &
i"74006 appointments misc. 6122 Robin Road
53/006 off Auburn Rd
w TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
S special replacement
2130 order. Call Jackie
ADGA registered Nu- 6824305
bian kids, males & fe-
males, good milk lines.
Sweet pets. Colorful,
healthy, Call 537-8207 | 3240

HAY FOR SALE Gun Show
Coastal squaarebales Pensacola
'*$3.50, Bahia square ba- Pensacola
les $3.00 Round Bales $ Fairgrounds
25. & $36. 652.4371 Feb. 9 & 10
Perrenial Peanut hay; Sat. 9-5
(for horses & goats) 50fb Sun. 10-4
sqLare bae bale. Free Parking
Call 834-3881 (407)
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3280
.pll .Carrier Heat
Pump Condenser
2 ton. Coastal series in
3100 Antiques ood condition, $600.
3110 Appliances 850-305-6739
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business 3300
Equipment 2 LG Cell Phone
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers Chargers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220- Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns

3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instiuments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies 1 each Home and Car
3330 Restaurant/Hotel chargers for older model
3340 Sporting Goods LG cell phone. $20 for
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) both. 362-8868, FWB

NEW TODAY
1 3100
All Types of Watch & Free Pool
Clock Repair, grandfa- 15 x 30 above ground
others, mantels, cuckoos, you disassemble. Pow-
we buy antiques, Call ered by 220 motor w/
689-1607 sand filter 682-4662


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Learning Tree Day
School,Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.

NEWf rIOAY

Education/Training
Childcare
Teacher, PT
Patient & loving erson.
Exp. preferred. Flexible
AM & PM hrs req.
682-7319. Lic.
CO I OK0071
Maintenance
Bent Creek Apartments has im-
mediate opening or mainte-
nance person. 30 hrs. week
with benefits. Experience in
plumbing SR, painting, eleciri-
cal, 9nd carpentry needed.
Drug [ee work place, valid dr.
license & transportation rq-
guired. Some travel required.
Eeqal Oportunity Employer.
209 Bent Creek Road, Crest-
view, Fl. 32539 850.6825563
Sales
Salesperson
Must be pro essional with
knowledge of sewing,
loves working with peo-
ple and can work at Peast
27 hrs/wk. to start.
Margie's 68,2-6920 or
689-'3655
Veterinary Services
* Exp. Groomer
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SVet Asst.
Kennel Tech
for busy clinic. 678-2002



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NEEDED
Assemble crafts wood
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6140
Brand new 3br & 4br,
2ba homes in quiet sub-
division. Easy access to
Crestview & Niceville.
Starting at $885 per
month. Call
850-689-2221


Crestview, 3 br, I ba,
1400sf, large yard, quiet
area. $700/mo + $700
dd. Call 865-0184
Crestview, 3br 2ba
1600sf $875mo.+$875
dep. Newer tile/carpet.
New kitchen. Small pets
00. r^')-1 0 if"


6110 Apartments negonale. y902-12 i
6120- Beach Rentals Century 21 Crestview:
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals Moulton Realty + 3 br, 2 ba $800+ dd,
6150 Roommate Wanted 682-3849 + 3 br 1 ba $700+ dd.
6160 Rooms for Rent Rick Epperson Broker/
6170 Mobile Home/Lot Rentals: Owner 850-865-7777
6180 Out-ot-Town Rentals
0190 TImeshare Rentals 0 401 Apple Dr Holt
6200 Vacation Rentals 3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd 1 BR, 1.5BA. $500/mo.
*513 WingSpan 978-4953
S 3br2Y2'ba $1000+dd
6100 b 5474 Haburn St 3br,
2ba $11l00mo+dd N uW TODAY
Crestview 4295 Batten Rd, 3br
Office Space 2ba $1000mo+d Teel & Waters
1 to 5 offices in McLains 0 2932 Sholtz Ave. Real Estate
Office Plaza: Utilities 3br, 2ba $1000+dd Real Estate
common area & janitorial 352 Riverchase Blvd RENTALS
all included in one per of- 3 br 2 ba $1075+dd 682-6156
fice fee. 682-0791 5:272 Cavalier Dr. 682-6156
2br 1ba, 5590 Buck Ward Rd
$725mo+dd $875 3 br, 2 ba 2 cg
Crestview Office space 6 Courtney Lane '2117 Hagoad Loop
for rent 1,000 SF. availa- br 2b Omo+dd $1350 4 br, 3 ba, 2cg
ble Immediately 696 E. 4733 Meadow Lake No pets
James Lee Blvd.Dri 3 br, 22 ba 428 Riverchase
682-5090 $2000mo +dd $1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
2842 Old Mill No pets
Holt 3+ acres fenced Wa 2842 Old391 Riverchase
w/ 2400 sq. ft. office 4br 2 ba $1000+dd $1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
and warehouse on 1-10 262 Cabana Wa No pets
@ exit 45 $1500.00 3 b 2 a 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
month 850-477-0044 $975 mo+dd 1800, 3br, 2'/V2ba, 2cg
850-232-9490 121 Trenton cll Properties require a
3 br 2 ba credit check, 1 yr lease,
S$950mo+dd no inside smoking. Pet
55812 Old Bethel Rd fees are non- refundable.
1 10 3 br 3 ba Call Debra Frost
S140 $900mo+dd 682-6156
143 Lonnie Jack
.rn 3 br 2 ba *Crestview
OM W T 0 $875mo+dd 3 Br, 2 Ba $900/mo
545 Tikell Laurel I-1ill
4br 3ba 3 Br, 2 Ba 2cg new
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba, $1400mo+dd home $975/mo. Section
$600/mo + $600 dep. 4038 Falcon Way 8 accepted.
No petsl Avail now 850 3 br 2 b 682-5533 or after hours
398-5757or420-1516 $850mo+dd 850-956-2553
1031 Lighthouse
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba, Church Rd., Baker
quiet, gated no pets
$60mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574 Coldwell Banker JME / 67
. n C.. Realty 117 Courthouse 16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
Crestview Bnt Creek Terrace, Crestview, F w/ /D ook up,
Apts II Vouchers Ac: 32536 (850689-1515 CH&A, private lot, $695
cepted. Rental assistance or (850) 82-5922 per mo. $500 dep.
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR E305 Walnut Ave, 1br, 682-1266
HC & non-HC accessible 1 ba 700sf, $500, Triple 3br, 2 ba,1200sq ft.,
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 307 Walnut Ave, lbr, 2001 Clayton Mobile
682556Crestview FL: Call 850 1 ba 700sf, $450 triplex Home $675mo/$550
682-5567 TDD/TTY 1 562 Texas Pkwy 3br, dep. Available Now.
711. Equal Housing Op- 2ba, 1109sf $875 no 305-2320
Portunity pets 1st month rent free
286-A Henderson St Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
Crestview Bent Creek 2br 1lba, 900sf, $525 off Antioch Rd & Hwy 96
Apartments 1, Vouchers tri lex No pets. $475mo.
Accepted. Rental assis- *2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2 8624595 or 217-2750
tance may be available. ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC 02716 Paddock circle, Crestview- 2 br, 1, ba.
accessible a artments. 4br 2ba, 2097, $1195 537 Long Drive #3.
209 Bent Creek Road endless ool $450/mo+ dep. No pets
Crestview, FL. Call 0262 Swaying Pine Ct Avail now. 398-6600
8 5 0-6 8 2-5 5 63 3br 2.5ba 1,309sf, -
TDD/TTY 711. Equal $960, End Unit TH .
Housing Opportunity 0268 Swaying Pine Ct / ,.,
S l, fris 3br 2.5ba 1415sf
Small, furnished effi- $960 new townhome
ciency apartment. $75 *270 Swaying Pine Ct-
week, $50 damage de- 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
posit. Utilities included $975, new townhome
689-7574 0272 Swaying Pine Ct
29 5n 2.5ba, 1,528sf, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7^R 7ft-Tif .274 Swaying Pine Ct- 7100- Homes
S3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf, 7110- Beach Home/
$960, new townhome Property
Crestview- 2br, 2ba, *2385 Susan Drive- 7120 Commercial
1 cg, no pets, no smok- house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf, 7130 Condo/Townhouse
ing, close to Walker Ele- $895 waterfront 7140 Farms & Ranches
mentary. $700 /mo *226 Runnymeade Drive 7150 Lots and Acreage
$725dd Call 240-0890 2br 1.5 ba, 930sf, 7160- Mobile Homes
$660 townhome b7170 Waterfront
S*2385 Susan Drive, 7180 Investment
S basement apt. 1 br, 1 Property
1352sf $595 util. incl. m 7190 Out-of-Town
1I14 Feldon Drive 3 br Real Estate
2 ba, 1426 sq ft, 1$906 7200 Timeshare
2 and 3 bedrooms for half off first months rent p
rent. Call 830-2061 or 0 5814 Reinke Drive- 4 Ownes
682-4070 br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $925 omoWelThho
in ground pool 7100
3br, 2ba w/gar, *0 1 59 Steeplechase Dr. 3 tATENTION
screened room, 6-8 per-br, ba, 1025 st, ENTION
son built in hot tub, $f025, fenced w/large Woodworkers,
fenced backyard, Roof, deck Cabinet Makers,
heat, air & septic less 3267 Fairview Ave. Home Business
than 5 yrs old. $1 15K. 3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $895. B
Call Ann, 423-1314 1st month rent free Entrepeneurs, &
0 5590 Wheeler Place, Boat Owners!
3br, 2ba, 1800sf, pri- 3br 2ba 1636sf, Look no more This home
vacy fence, large ard, $175 cul-de-sac is just for you! A 2400
2cg, S Crestview Great 02838 Tamiami Trail s q.ft brick home that in-
location neighborhood. 4br 2ba, 1942sf, eludes a custom wood-
All appliances Very $1200 1st month rent working shop, a covered
clean. Open floor plan. free. parking area for your
Gas FP. $1100/mo. Call 4815 Summer Coreek boat with an attached
543-2430 Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sfstoraf e building to keep
$1075, privacy fenced your ishing edqui ment, a
r 79y5w 14 HamPt.o Drito, to car afache garage
2a 7h 2yrd H5am a00ston 0 converted to an over-
EW Ti TAY 2br, .ba, 00sf, sized home office and
T T much more. Only
S5332 Vernon Taylor $279,000. Call Naylor
American Realty Rd, 2br, 1ba 896sf, Realty. 850-951-2488.
of Northwest ?550 1st months rent Ask for Bruce
Florida, Inc. fQ0306 Feldon Dr. 3br, Crestview
682-4822 or 2ba 1200sf, $850. No $135,500, Beautiful
651-5717 EHO pets. Town House, vaulted ceil-
140 Palmetto Dr 3br 0152 Swaying Pine ing, fireplace, 2 br, 2ba,
2. Sba $925 Court 3br, 2.5ba, I car, screened Laniaj
9 2592 Victoria PI 2br 1309sf, $800 townhome 25 K in upgrades.
1 ba, $685 04859 Kensington Lane, Call owner realtor
348 N. Bowers, 3br, 3br 2ba, 1427sf, 850-689-4599
2ba $825 $1600 split bedroom
04769 Balboa Rd 3br, plan PoEW loyPa
2ba $1050 0803 Aunt Polly Place,
04d9 Ashley Dr 3br, 3br 2bae, '1702sf, w
2ba, $800' $1695"marble fireplace
0311 Strawbridge Dr 128 Patton St. 2br, Crestview- 2 new
3br 2ba, $1000 lba, 900sf, $625 lawn homes:. Ready to move in
039 ReaentRd care provided triple $139,900 each. Call
3 br, 2bdc, $1100 for further information Rick Epperson Realty LLC
*718 Lee Ave visit www.cbjmeproperty 850-865-7777
3 br, 2 ba, $790 management.com
S135 Lonnie Jack Dr. Navarre
3br, 2ba, .$795 Country living, 3br, Beautiful and well main-
1 ba $50 3wit 2ba, large living room tained all brick home in
Lbea Ave. 3b h FP. -e car cap ort, the heart of Navarre.~
S722 LeeA 25 acreswith pond. Barn Just minutes to the base
2ba, $795 with stalls. Svea area. 20 and the beaches.- This.
@2820ba Tmim Tr$ 30r, min. north of Crestview. home offers 1582 sqft
2ba, $9105p 682-7819 or 585-6128 with 3BR and 2BA and


02W4 Old Mill Way,
4br 2ba $1000
*315 John nKi nRd,
3 br, 2 ba, $25 '
*226 Southview Dr.,
3 br, 2 ba, $875
0332 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $790
0264 Limestone Cir 3br,
2ba $875
01328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba, $1050
*323 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
2ba $900.
o6219 Winstead Rd,
3br, 2ba $875
0 130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$950
51002 Quicley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $11007
0 223 Trish Dr. 4br,
2ba, $1400
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


Crestview 2 BR 1 BA
353 N Lincoln $500/mo
1st & last, $500 SD.
582-3827
Crestview
3 br 2 ba brick home
central heat 800.00
month 1 st and last
months rent down
957-3310 or 686-9148


NEW roBAY

Crestview 3BR 2BA on
John King Rd. Large yard
$750/mo. Tom Fuqua
Realty 585-5656


2 car arage.- You
will finda very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig.
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There- is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
Offered at only
$189,900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.~
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.


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AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 -,Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Of Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
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NHEW Tfl0AY

Like New
Saturn Ion Sedan, 2007
Exc. Condition. AC 5sp
manual CD/Stereo
55Kmi. 27-35MPG No
Teen Drivers. $7000
892-1363
Lincoln '2005 Town
car 42,713 miles in ex-
cellent condition, asking
price $17,900.00 call
685-4214 or 6823350
Nissan Sentra
Spec V 2004
75 350 miles, black, 6
spd, 17" Drift Z wheels
with new tires. New ex-
haust & Flowmaster.
Lowered 1 Y2" w/Eibach
Springs. Pioneer CD &
iPod hook up. Oil
changed regularly. New
wiper blades. Great
cond. $10K. Call 903
261-3158
Toyota Corolla '94 lots-
of new parts. AC, new
stereo system. Asking
$1200. 537-8832



Chevrolet S-10 '01
Loaded. One owner.
Tinted. Custom exhaust,
bedliner, 2WD, 59K.
$6250 obo. 689-0940
after 4PM
Ford F-250 Power
stroke diesel 2004 Lariat
All the bells & whistles.
5th wheel trailer hitch
81 000 miles. Retail
$29,235, asking
$24,700. 537-8160


NEW T0DAY.
Nice, Clean,
Nearly New
Pickup
Chevy Silverado 2007
6 Cyl., Automatic, AC,
Cruise, Deluxe Cloth
Seats, AM / FM, 16583
miles. Asking $12,000.
850-259-4984




2003 Harley
Davidson 883
Anniversary
edition
4K miles, tons of extras,
all receipts, $5700 obo.
Call Nick,,
850-374-2131



For sale
Mitsubshi Eclipes.
1994
bumper parts original



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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. .



8 H.P. Evinrude
6 H.P. Evinrude
6 H.P. Johnson
.682-3895



1999 HR 27 FT.
$8000. 537-3053
598-6864


CRESTVIEW 682-2731 ... AN AMERICAN
FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214 1"mm IO
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW ,I UVOU TION

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 2/12/08.


CHEVl ILL


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years experience
in the automobile business,
I encourage you to come in
and let's look at your vehicle
needs. With current cash
incentives & finance plans,
together we will find a solution -
that best suits your situation.


1,, .AN AVIERICAN m rm OUUTION
A ward Your Slverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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1997 Fourwind Class
C Ford 460 28 FT.
13,500. 537-3053,
98-6864


Xtreme Boats
All Welded, All Aluminum Boats.
$500- 1,000 Rebates on all Xtreme Boats
We also sell Smoker/BBQ, Fyers
Utility Vehicles. Bonifay FL
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1968 12'x56' Mobile
home New floor, caret,
paneling. 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
'99 Fleetwood Dou-
blewide 3 bd 2 ba,
25,000 must be moves
off lot. 974-6439
537-7104 after 6:00
p.m.
Mobile home on 2
acres near Holt, FL. For
Sale $79,900
499-7412 or (850)
537-6222


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