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Title: Crestview news bulletin!
Alternate Title: Bulletin
Crestview news
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Language: English
Creator: Crestview news bulletin
Publisher: Crestview news bulletin
Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Police
Department arrested
Richard ,L. Grady,
35, for one count of
sexual battery Monday,
according to a department
press release.
Grady allegedly held a
knife to the throat of the
17-year-old victim and
forced her into a wooded
area near Lee Avenue
where the attack took
place, according to the
release.
The victim knew
Grady as "someone who
had worked with her
dad," said CPD Lt. Kay
Pitts.
N The victim was taken to
North Okaloosa Medical
Center, where she was
treated and released.
Crestview Police
said the investigation is
continuing and further
charges against Grady
are pending.

CHS student
caught with
gun at school
Crestview News Bulletin'
A 17-year old
student at Crestview
High School is facing
charges of possession
.of a concealed weapon,
.possession of a firearm
-on school grounds, and
-resisting arrest without
-violence, according to
-the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office.
According a press
release from the sheriff's
department, a teacher
found an empty gun
box in a classroom
around 10:50 a.m.
Tuesday morning. The
school resource officers
and administrators
immediately began
searching for the
suspected student.
When he was located
in a testing area in the
cafeteria, he ran from
the school but was
caught near Jones Road.
A deputy witnessed the
teen throw down the gun
and some ammunition,
which was recovered.


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
executive director
Wayne Harris reviews
plans for the new
chamber building.


North side

getting

Chamber

building,

and more?

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletid
The future home of the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce could have
some company on the
north side of the city.
The Crestview City
Council approved final
plans for the new cham-
ber building Monday
night.
The council also heard
plans for a proposed
residential and commer-
cial development south
of Old Bethel Road that
would include a new
YMCA facility.
The council addressed
the chamber building, the
proposed development
and a host of other topics
on a lengthy agenda dur-
ing its regular meeting
Monday night.

New Chamber
building
Approval of the new
Ronnie C. Davis Building
was part of the consent
.agenda.
The 4,800-square-
feet building will be
constructed near the
Crestview Community
Center on the north side
of the city, adjacent to
Farmer Street.
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
has announced a ground-
breaking ceremony
Friday at 3 p.m.
"This is history in the
making," chamber execu-
See CHAMBER A7


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Medical Center is undergoing $7.5 million in upgrades.




NOMC undertaking



$7.5 million remodel


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


CRESTVIEW Anyone who's
ever done a kitchen makeover
groans at the thought of tackling
more home refurbishments.
So imagine the scale and
complexity of undertaking more
than $7 million in upgrades at the
North Okaloosa Medical Center.
"As the Crestview community
grows, so will the demand for
additional facilities, services
and. physicians," said David
S. Sanders, the hospital's chief
executive officer.


"As the Crestview community grows,
so will the demand for additional
facilities, services and physicians. "
David S. Sanders CEO, North Okaloosa Medical Center


"North Okaloosa Medical
Center is working to meet
the growing needs of our
community, beginning with the
$7.5 million capital in\ estrnent for
improvements."
Part of the complexity comes
from making improvements
to physical facilities while


not inconveniencing patients.
During recent renovations in
the Maternity department, for
example, giant vacuums were
needed to' remove dust in the air
from work areas already doubly-
insulated by plastic seals.
See NOMC A7


Holiday keeps post offices,


florists and merchants busy

Valentine's Day vies with Mother's Day for / "
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Crestview News Bulletin ,.
CRESTVIEW-Floristsand
candy vendors aren't the only .
busy merchants as Valentine's
Day approaches tomorrow. :.;'?i.
Uncle Sam's trusted couriers .
are toting a lot more mail '.' '" v"
recently, most of it pink and ,
red.

The cards ,
"Oh yeah! It's a probably one
of our busiest non-Christmastime :,
holidays," said Crestview Postmaster
John Blair.
"Generally Valentine's Day and
Mother's Day are our two biggest hit trs. '
Blair said. "This is a big one for us
He added: "I wonder why Fat helr's ,' "
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for kids


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW When
it comes to inspiring kids
to read, adults will do just
about anything, including
dressing, up like a big furry
rabbit that normally graces
the front of a cereal box.
.On Thursday,' Trix
the Rabbit, the iconic
personification of Trix
cereal, visited Crestview's
elementary schools and
presided over the reading of
one of the books in General
Mills "Spoonfuls of Stories"
program.
More than 800 books
were distributed to
students during Thursday's
assemblies.
Escorted by
regional General Mills
representatives,. Trix
observed as local Publix
assistant manager Chad
Sutherland read to an
assembly of about 150
pre-K, kindergarteners or
first-graders at each school.
All of the youngsters
received a copy of the book
that was read to them.
Students munched on
a snack of Honey Nut
Cheerios as Sutherland was
reading.
Publix was the local
sponsor of the nationwide
reading initiative.
"It's kind of a neat
program they've got going
on," said Sutherland. "It's
really good for the kids."
He knows firsthand.
Sutherland's o.wn son,
Aaron, was one of Trix's


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audience members when
the rabbit and his entourage
visited Walker Elementary
School. There, the book
Aaron's dad read was Judi
Barrett's Things. That are
Most in the World.
"His teacher thought
it was a great program,"
Sutherland said. "She said
the kids were really looking
forward to it all week."
"This is a really good
book they're getting,"
praised Walker Principal
'Jeanine Kirkland. "It's got
lots of good words and
pictures."
After the reading, during
which the kids got to meet
Trix up close and personal,
each class got its picture
taken with the larger-than-
life rabbit.
General Mills also
provided each school with
a large gift box overflowing
with cereals, fruit roll-
ups, granola bars, books,
toys, school supplies and a
T-shirt.
The name of each
student participating in
each respective school's
reading assembly was put
in a pot. One was randomly
drawn to win the gift box at
each school.
Aaron Sutherland
almost claimed his own
cereal reward. He nearly
succeeded in snatching
away Trix's box of his
namesake cereal.
The bunny was quick to
clasp it in his arms.
Silly. rabbit. Doesn't he
know Trix are for kids?


Publix and General Mills host reading
program in area classrooms


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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Students from Rhonda Abernathy's class had an
opportunity to say hello to Trix the Rabbit, who
brought books and Cheerios to their school.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Publix
Manager Tim Bryant
hands out books to
first-grade students
during a General Mills
Reading Event at Walker
Elementary School.

GENERAL MILLS IN
OUR SCHOOLS
"Spoonfuls of Stories" is
a concurrent program with
General Mills' well-known
"Boxtops for Education."
Through it the cereal
giant distributed more
than 30 million books and
donated more than $2.5
million to the First Book
international children's.
literacy organization.
"Boxiops for Education
Shas provided -.more
than $220 million, to
American schools since
its inception," said Sheila
Houghton, a regional
sales rep for General
Mills' Pensacola office.
"By merely purchasing
General Mills products
and clipping box tops,
which you turn in for your
school, you can help raise
money for the, school,"
Houghton said.,


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Crestview News Bulletin I A3


The flu is spreading, keep yourself flu-free


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW We all
know the routine.
Cousin Ethelred sneez-
Ses a gusty one politely into
her hand, then turns the
door knob that you grab
two minutes later. Uncle
Brewster about hacks up
a lung at the dinner table,
Stwo feet away from your
* chicken 'n dumplin'.s.
Two days later you're
hit with the aches, coughs,
sore throat, runny nose
and tummy woes of the
flu.
The North Okaloosa
Medical Center is cur-
rently experiencing a "full
house," with most of the
patients being flu victims,


"You need to wash your

hands year-round, but

right now, it's especially

important."
Lida Deonarine, director of Infection Control at NOMC.


North Okaloosa Medical Center
Lida Deonarine, director
of Infection Control at
NOMC.

administrators report.
"We are beginning to
see an increasing number
of flu cases in our commu-
nity with many positive flu
screens on our inpatients


and outpatients," con-
firmed Lida Deonarine, di-
rector of Infection Control
at NOMC.
"The flu is contagious,"
Deonarine reminded area
residents.
Healthy adults may be
able to infect others one
day before symptoms de-
velop, and up to five days
after becoming sick, she


said.
Children may pass on
the virus for longer than
seven days..
Symptoms start one to
four days after the virus
enters the body, Deonarine
said.
"That means that you
may be able to pass on the
flu to someone else before
you know you are sick,


as well as while you are
sick," Deonarine said.
Sometimes you can be
infected with the flu virus
but have no symptoms,
she added. During this
time, you can still spread
the -virus to others.
What to do to prevent
getting the flu?
Your mama knows
best: "Wash your hands."
A lot.
If you're not always
around soap and water,
carry a bottle of hand san-
itizer in your pocket, or
keep one in your desk or
glove compartment.
"You need to wash
your hands year-round,"
Deonarine said. "But right
now, it's especially impor-
tant."


STAYING
FLU-FREE
North Okaloosa
Medical Center Director
of Infection Control
Lida Deonarine recom-
mends several simple
steps that will help stop
the spread of germs
that cause the flu:
* Cc'ver /our rulh and
rose v,.'h a i ue .henrl
,Ou C,.ugh c.r srieeze
* Cough or sneeze into
,our upper ..lee'.e not
our hands
* V&sh your hands Amilh
soap and ,,,aler or ,vith
an alhcool-based hand
cleaner. e.peciall,' after
sneezing or coughing
* Do nor touch our lace
and mouth unless your
hands are clean!


it

Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

UPCOMING PROGRAMS
Story Time today at 10:15 a.m.
is "Hearts and Flowers" with stories,
songs, and a 3-D flower craft.
Lap Sit on Feb. 19 at 10:15 a.mni. will
be "Let's Play."
Teeri Internet Cafe time will be
held Friday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Registration and a library card (with
Internet permission) are required.
Parents are free to "harig out" in the
library, but the circulation desk will be
closed and only teens will be allowed on
the computers.

LITFINDER ,FINDER,
Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
I'm not a poet.
How about you?
If you are looking for a poem
for your sweetie (or something less
exciting like homework!), LitFinder is
a great electronic resource. LitFinder is
international in scope, covers all time.
periods and includes more than 126,500
full-text poems, 5,000 short stories, 2,800
essays, 1,800 speeches, and 1,000 plays.
It also includes biographies, work
summaries, photographs and a glossary.
A subject navigator provides over 10,000
subject headings. Basic and advanced
search modes allow users to search by
keyword, author, subject, work title,


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(327.1273009 Wei) Identifying persistent
" problems that plague the CIA, Weiner's
comprehensive survey is an indictment
of American intelligence policy.
"Religious
Literacy: What
Every American
Needs to Know -
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Stephen Prothero
work date, nationality, gender, timeline (McN 200.71
and more. You will find everything from Pro) Diagnosing
the sonnets of Shakespeare to the poetry the problem of ..,.-
of Maya Angelou. religious illiteracy
LitFinder is one of several electronic and ignorance in
resources provided to public libraries Prothero Statesthen
in Florida by the Florida Department outlines controversial steps to address
of State, Division of Library and outlets controversial steps to address
Information Services. You will find them the deficiency.
under "Electronic Resources" on our .How Doctors
library website. Your 14-digit library ..Think" byJerome
barcode number is required for remote 1GroopmanM.D. [.
access from home. "- b16t0 GmroThis ..
For those of you who really ARE could be the most )oc orS
poets, the library will be holding an important book on r
Open-Mic Poetry Reading on April 8 medicine you will
from 6-8 p.m. in celebration of American ever read, analyzing
Library Week and National Poetry why doctors
Month. Call the library to sign up. misdiagnose and
The Friends of the Library will also be how to help them o ,, (not ,.. .nvLm
sponsoring a poetry writing contest get it right.
for north county middle school and "You: Staying
high school students. Cash, books and Young: ThI, Owner's Manual for
t-shirts will be awarded Extending Your Warranty"
for first, second and third by Michael E Roizen and
places. Winning students Mehmet C. Oz (McN 613.2
will be invited to read Roi) In their newest in the
their poems that evening. est-
All submissions must be selling ; "
received by the library by You"
March 24. '' ""'series; !
""I'-^^ *i~. physicians .
Oz and j
STAFF PICKS oizad en
All picks this week are explain why
Publishers Weekly Best .' ebody '
Books of 2007 picks. aes and how
"Legacy of Ashes: The < readers canmaster .


Ifyou are looking for a poem
for your sweetie (or something
less exciting like homework!),
LitFinder is a great electronic
resource.
their genes, bad habits, environmental
pollution and stress while igniting the
body's ability to stay fit, strong and
healthy.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"I acknowledge immense debt to the
griots (tribal poets) of Africa where
today it is rightly said that when a griot
dies, it is as if a library has burned to'the
ground."
Alex Haley (1921-1992), American
writer best known as the author of
"Roots" and "The Autobiography
of Malcolm X" and a 20-year Coast
Guard veteran. It is said that during
his enlistment he was often paid by
other sailors to write love letters to their
girlfriends.

HOW TO FIND US
Address: 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the Post Office)
Phone: 850.682.4432
Web site: www.cityofcrestview.org-/,
librarhm ..
The library will be closed Feb. 18 for
Presidents' Day.

LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR
THE WHOLE COMMUNITY
Story Time toda, at 10-15 a m.
Lap Sit on Feb. 19 at 10.15 a.m.
*Teen Internet Cafe on Friday
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Open-mic Poetry Reading on
April 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.


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Walker honor students


A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Akins, Madison
/ Ball, Rebecca / Ballard, Jadyn
/ Bray, Jessica / Cain, Izzy /
Corbin, Chandler / Corbin, Jack
/ Dunn, Joseph / Edwards, Riley
/ Fowler, Maggie / Greeness,
Bailey / Harms, Ashlyn /
Henderson, Jason / Henley,
Alyssa / Holloway, Chandler
/ Hurley, Olivia / Ketchum,
Victoria / McCurley, Ashlyn
/ Medlock, Elisa / Medlock,
Emma / Melton, Grace /
Meserve, Zachary / Nowling,
Breeanna / Riley, Gabby /
Seals, Ni'Ja / Stanly, Siena
/ Sterbaggi, Ryleigh / Tew,
Weston / Westberry, Shawna /
White, Jacob / White, Sierra.
2nd Grade: Atwood,
Kimberly / Burlison, Hannah
/ Castille, Cole / Dowing,
Kaylynn / Elliott, Hannah /
Gillis, Gracie / Greer, Casey /
Irelan, Joey / Marsh, Andrew
/ Martin, Calista / McGovern,
Amberlynn / McGovern, Brian
/ Medlock, Zoe / Meekd, Jodie
/ Morales, Antonio / Myddelton,
Hailey / Parker, Kyle / Piloto-
Alonso, Juan / Thomason,-
Cole / Weappa. Zala / Williams,
Cpurtney / Woods, Clara.
3rd Grade: Barrow, Brooke
/ Baysmore,. Montoya / Boles,
Savannah / Fowler, Xander
/ Gills, Cameron / Harms,
'Kameryn / Holloway, Madison
/ Luke, Maddie / McLaney,
Kaylyn. / Mitchell, Ethan /
Rodriguez,.Jaidyn / Wakeland,
Cameron / Winans, Dylan.
4th Grade: Evans, Emily
/ Goddard, Renea / Heringer,
.'Larry / Kootsouradis, Seth /
Maltais, Ashton / Miller, Kendall
/ !Patterson, Abby / Seals,
Dondrell / Wilks, Dazhah /
1Williamson, Kelvin.
5th Grade: Adams, Macie
/ Andrews, Jordyn / Burnet,
Cosby / 'Carr, Andrew /
Chamberlain, Jordan / Evans,
Matthew / Martin, Brian /
McCranie, Kyle / Shaw, Nathan
/ Smith, Marshall / Stewart, DJ
/ Tew, Chapman / Williamson,
Haley.

A-B Honor Roll
1st Grade: Arcikowski,
Jordan / Ard, Abigial / Austie,
Layla / Bacon, Kemison / Boan,
Brody / Bottenfield, Kathleen
/ Brannon, Garrett / Caldwell,
Asia / Caraher, Justin / Cato,
Janee' / Cook, Zoe / Couch,
Jaonte' / Dahlke, Eli / Daigle,
Andrew / Dubose, Tanner / Duff,
Daniella / Fehrm, Brandon /
Fortner, Carlee / Fugate, Drake
/ Gaszak, Jonah / Grantham,
Tanner. / Harmon, Jesse /
Hill, Jacob / Hollingsworth,
Cassandra / Hunt, Ethan /
Hyatt, Logan / Lopez, Madilyn
/ Maltais, Kaylen / Mays,
Taurean / McLaughin, Tyrone /
Miller, Seana / Mobley, Braden
/ Moore, Jackson / Morrill, Zane
/ Ortiz, Kyle / Powley, Matthew
/ Register, Courtney / Samble,
Brandy / Sanford, Dylan /
Scott, Adejah / Secrest, James
/ Simms, Becca / Skinner,
Darnitra / Stantan, 'Jack /
Stewart, Amelia / Suero, Isabel
/ Sutherland, Aaron / Tims,
Branon / Toolan, Kennedy /
Trost, Erin / Vargas, Jorge:
2nd Grade: Anderson,
Destiny / Anglin, Madison /
Arce, Olivia / Atwood, Jade
/ Aughtman, Payton / Bell,
Britney / Brown, Aliyiah / Cain,
Ronald / Conrad, Kaylee
/ Curcio, Gunner / Daniel,
Kelsey / Davis, Michael /
Feducia, David / Goertzen,
John / Gordon, Felicia / Green,
Kara / Hall, Summer / Hein,
Stormi / Hipps, Gage / Holm,
Michelle / Ingram, Desirae /
Jarrard, Emma / Jones, Amber
/ Kitchens, Thomas / Lane,
Brandon /,. LaRoche, Caleb
/ Massey, Jaten / Medlock,
Kadin / Mitchell, Kalese / Oliver,
Nicholas / Owens, Kalie /
Pettis, Mercy / Rivera, Mysteria
/ Robbins, Jasiah / Sayers,
Blake / Seymour, Connor /
Sherwood,' Charlotte / Smith,
Jeremy / Stapleton, Jacob /
Striblin, Tyler / Sweatt, Charlsy
/ Taylor, Vivian / Varner, Oriana
/ Wilks, Javia / Williamson,
Klarissa / Young, Coleman.
3rd Grade: Acang, Austin /
Adams, Philip / Akihs, Taron /
Alexander, Adam / Alexander,
Meaghan / Alford, Lane /
Ambrose, Chyne / Andrews,
Baylee / Caufield, Kaleb /
Clark, Tyreke / Dalton, Rylee
/ Deason, Austin / Deaton,
Zane / Faircloth, Michaela


/ Hagedorn, Eli / Hamilton,
Cameron / Harrison, Kayla /
Hinds, Chance / Howe, Allie
/ Howington, Shelly / Hritz,
Carson / Jacobs, David /
Josey, Dylan / McLaughlin,
Alyssa / Moore, Brayden /
Nelson, Gabby / Peacock,
Chiante' / Richardson, Jordan /
Ritchie, Noah / Rogers, Wynn /
Schlinger, Jax / Seagle, Lydia /
Stokes, Bailey / Taylor, Tyrian /
Woida, Lexi.
4th Grade: Alexander,
Jenna / Austin, Jessica /


Back, Charlie / Barberree,
Taylor / Barlotta, Alex / Brooks,
Michael / Clay, Savannah /
Collinsworth, Ashley / Corbin,
Madison / Coursey, Diamond /
Dalton, Danny / Daniels, Leigh
Ann / Day,Tyler / deGraaf, Zach
/ Dunn, Elizabeth / Hardell, Erin
/ Hipps, Brayson / Humphrey,
Rachel / Johnson, Christa
/ Massey, Taya / Matthews,
Alyssa / Medlock, Serena /
Nauta, Michael /Odom, Victoria
/ Polk, Austin / Rader, Brianna /
Raybon, Pace / Smith, Chloe /
Sowell, Hannah / Stanley, India
/ Stewart, Rebecca / Vonada,
Kean / Williams, Tanner.
5th Grade: Aughtman,
Joslyn '/ Barlotta, Ashley /
Boho, Sage / Burnette, Anja
/ Burris,Jessica / Buster,
Cameron / Clark, Lorenza /
Durm, Trellon / Enfield, LeAnn /
Fortner, Coltin /Galvan, Virginia
/ Gaszak, Jared / Hunt, Chris /
Mason, Mekenzie / McGovern,
Ryan / Myddelton, JC /
Parker,Kaylen / Rankin, Jamie
/ Pitcher, Trace / Rodriguez,
Jordan / Skenandore, Hailey /
Trent, Brittany.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


"Gypsy" open auditions at OWC


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE Some
people can get a thrill
from knitting sweaters
or paying bills. But if you
have a dream, a wonderful
dream, and don't mind
bumping your behind
'til you're banned, then
everything's coming up
roses at Okaloosa-Walton
College this summer.
The classic Broadway
musical Gypsy will be
OWC's summer stage
production in July. Its
large cast offers many
opportunities for north
county actors, hoofers and
singers even for those
Mama Rose wannabes
who hope to propel their
young thespians into the
spotlight.
OWC will hold open


auditions on March 15
on the main stage of the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
starting with registration
at noon. Audition
materials, including the
rehearsal schedule, will be
distributed at auditioned.
"Gypsy requires a large
cast with several different
age groups of both girls
and boys," an OWC press
announcement said. "The
final casting for children
will depend on the
'matching' of character
types."
One of the great classics
of the American musical
theater, Gypsy opened on
May 21, 1959, and ran for
709 performances. It is
renowned for great songs
by Jules Styne with lyrics
by Stephen Sondheim.
Tunes from Gypsy
that have worked their


way into the American
songbook include
Everything's Coming Up
Roses, Some People, If
Momma Was Married,
Let Me Entertain You and
Together (Wherever We
. Go).
Loosely very loosely
based on the memoirs
of burlesque legend
Gypsy Rose Lee, Gypsy
is more about her Mama
Rose, a domineering
woman who lives her life
vicariously through her
daughters. The role of
Mama Rose is one of the
most cherished among
musical theatre actresses
If you've ever thought,
"Let me entertain you; let
me make you smile," and
if you've got some acting,
singing and dancing
talent, a role in Gypsy
could be awaiting you at


OWC. Pull all the stops
out 'til they call cops out,
and find out on March
15.

What: Open auditions
for the Broadway
musical GypV-.
When: Sat., March
15 Regcistration
begins at noon Adult
auditions, begin at
12.30 p.m. Children's
auditions begin
around 3:30 p.m.
Come ready to sing
and dance.
Where: Main Stage,
Milattie Kelly Aris
Center, Okaloosa
Walton College
Foi more information
call (1850) 729-5382


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCES
Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council proposes to adopt the following ordinances
set forth by title as follows:
I \ \ \' ORDINANCE NO. 1385
[ORD 1385 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF LOTS 1,
2 AND 3, BLOCK 118, TOWN OF CRESTVIEW, LOCATED IN SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
23 WEST, FROM SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING TO COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1)
MARTINLUTHER KING E ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP;
MARTIN LUTHER KING J E/ PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

S/ ORDINANCE NO. 1386

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.71
SE \ ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23.WEST, FROM
< WWALNUT AVE C OKALOOSA COUNTY ZONING OF RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN SINGLE,(RSS) TO CITY OF CRESTVIEW
I !" I I I .MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-2) ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR
_J UPDATE OF THE GRESTVIEWZONING-MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
g==. EFFECTIVE DATE. ., -

I "ORDINANCE NO. 138T
W GRIFFITH AVE
F I I I I I I I I I AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.48
ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,
FROM SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING TO COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING;
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1388
OLD BETHEL RD AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 9.95
ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, FROM
SOKALOOSA COUNTY ZONING OF AGRICULTURE (AA) TO CITY OF CRESTVIEW SINGLE FAMILY
E < DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE
DATE.

]All ORDINANCE NO. 1389

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 1.26
SOrd 1386 ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,
FROM MULTI-FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-2) ZONING TO COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING;
L L L PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

-I- ORDINANCE NO. 1390

-- c AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.60
S< ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM
_____ 5 5 -- OKALOOSA COUNTYZONING OF AGRICULTURE (AA) TO CITYOFCRESTVIEW MULTI-FAMILY DWELLING
-- DISTRICT (R-2) ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW
E FIRST AVE ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1391

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.56
/ ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,, RANGE 23 WEST,
/ \FROM SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING TO COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING;
S/\PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING
Cd FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Ord 1387 \ The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading and adoption of the ordinances will be held on
/ FMonday, February 25, 2008 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the City Council meeting and to provide written
and/or verbal comments on the. matters under consideration. The ordinances are available for public
-''> inspection during normal business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North
S.... Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

S" i -:: The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discriminate upon the basis of any individual's
........ disability status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in the Americans With
Disabilities Act to insure access to and participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk
-. at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered

Ord 1388 -, such person may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
S'Ti' The City of Crestview supports. "Equal Opportunity Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap
I 1 Access".


Janice F. Young
City Clerk February 13, 2008


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OWC's Dance Facets


cast includes north


Okaloosa residents


The Okaloosa-Walton
College's Humanities,
Fine and Performing Arts
Division will present its
annual dance concert,
Dance Facets 2008, on
April 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Mattie Kelly Fine &
Performing Arts Center .on
OWC's Niceville campus.
Tickets are $15 for adults
and $10 for youths age
18 and younger and are
available now at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center Box
Office in-person, by phone


at 729-6000, or through
the center's online ticket
system at www.owc.edu/
arts.
From classical pointe,
work to an extreme
makeover, .this year's
Dance Facets program will
hold more variety than ever
before. The concert will
consist of 10 choreographic
works featuring four
student works.
In preparation for
this large event, the
dance program recently


held auditions for the
prestigious concert. Fifty
student and community
dancers were chosen to
participate in the concert.
Crestview: Breeana
Alston, Brittany Baker,
Christine Chaloupka,
Diana M. Conner,
Stephanie Dunlop> Hanna
Funk, Christina Roman,
Danielle Sartin, Erynne
Smith, Skylar -McCool,
Morgan Teel.
Laurel Hill: Zachary
Harned.


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Antioch names King

'Inspirational Student Hero'




S' Special to the News Bulletin
: Fifth grader Kori King has been selected
as Antioch Elementary School's
^ ',; Inspirational Student Hero. Kori has
motto) while demonstrating a positive
attitude and academic strides.


Rocky Bayou Jazz Band


plays Chamber Breakfast


Antioch's Renaud to


attend standards meeting
Her bags are packed
and she is ready to
navigate beyond her
horizon!
r


Special to the News Bulletin
Karen Renaud, RE. .
teacher at Antioch
Elementary School, is
traveling to Miami as
a local representative
to attend the Sunshine
State Standards Physical
Education and Health
Revision meeting.
Ms. Renaud will be
instrumental in evaluating
and.restructuring
Florida's current-Physical
Education standards.


Special to the News Bulletin
Business leaders who attended the monthly Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce breakfast last week received a particularly lively treat with eggs,
bacor, sausage and biscuits with gravy.
The award-winning Rocky Bayou Christian School Jazz Band performed
before and during the morning's program, entertaining, the several hundred
Chamber members with a repertoire of great hits from the Swing Era.a
Directed by Jason Bennett, the band had recently returned from Texas where
they performed in the Cotton Bowl football game, earning several awards.
Rocky Bayou Christian School, located in Niceville, draws students from
. throughout the county, including several local kids who helped keep Chamber
members' feet tapping at Thursday's breakfast, getting them "In the Mood" to
face the work day.


Attention.People with Medicare:


L


The clock is ticking!



Don't wait! You only have until March 31st to decide

whether to change your Medicare health plan.


After March 31st, you'll be required to keep your current plan until January 2009.
Some exceptions/restrictions may apply.

If you are not.satisfied with your current Medicare coverage and are
considering a change, you may want to consider the convenience of
a Humana Medicare Advantage health plan.
Humana offers an all-in-one Medicare health plan that includes Part D
prescription drug coverage and more, for a low monthly plan premium.
If you have Medicare Part D coverage, come to an informational seminar *
to find why you should expect more from Humana.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


o. : CORRECTION


en Seeking Fowlers request assistance
,' , ,, 1 ,, .* 1. .


will be greatly appreciated.
Donations can be sent to the
Fowlers at 521 Brock Ave., Crestview,
FL 32539 or call 683-1586 or
225-8248.
The first phone number was incor-
rectly published as 683-1582 in the
Saturday, Feb. 9 issue of the Bulletin.


Carolyn Fowler is asking for help
from the community. Her husband,
Rev. Michael Fowler, needs five-by-
pass heart surgery.
After the surgery he won't be able
to work for 6 to 8 more weeks.
Any donations toward the medi-
cal bills, as well as other expenses,


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Come
September, Cathy Thigpen
wants to go back to school.
Or more precisely, back to
the school board.
The District 4 Okaloosa
County School Board
representative pre-filed
last week for a third term
in office. She has held the
post since 2000, and has
chaired the board three
times.
"I. am celebrating the
wonderful things that
we've done," Thigpen
said enthusiastically. "We
are doing 'a lot of great
things and things that are
right for our kids."
The growth of the area
presents new challenges
to public school educators;
Thigpen said.
"As the population
grows and changes,
we have got to be more
specific in the direction of
our education," Thigpen
said. "Let's see what our
educators can do. It's
tough."
As a former Okaloosa
County Schools teacher,
Thigpen brings first-hand
classroom experience to
her position. Her service
on the school board has
given her experience on
the administration side,
she said, and an insight
into the needs of the
county's students.
"Expanding our
CHOICE programs is
another priority for me,"
she said. "We have some
at every school. Now we
must build on that."
The current construct-
ion of two new schools in
Crestview is a particular
source of pride for
Thigpen. Having worked
to help identify and secure
the parcels of land off of
Aplin Road on which the


Cathy Thigpen presents a commemorative plaque
to Okaloosa County Superintendent Alexis Tibbetts
during groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Shoal
River Middle School.


schools are being built,
she feels a personal thrill
as progress is made.
"We've got two new
schools going up -
finally!" she exclaimed.
"For me, the excitement is
being able to open the new
schools. I want to be here
for that! That's another
year away and I have to be
on the board for that."',,
A better-educated
population can solve many
of the ills today's society
faces, Thigpen believes.
"I truly believe the
answers to many of
our problems' lie within
our schools," she said.
"Our teachers have the
answers."
As Thigpen -and her
fellow board members
read through the portfolios
of recommendations for
Teachers of the Year, she
sees a consistent need
voiced by the nominees.
"A common thread'
woven through all those
portfolios is greater parent
involvement," Thigpen
observed.
A partial solution may
lie in the new No Child


Left Behind specialist
recommended for hire
for the north end of the
county.
"I think the NCLB
specialist .will help open
that door, maybe by
getting more churches
involved, that will provide
that motivation," Thigpen
said. "We have got to get
more parents involved
with their children's
education. It's a huge
hurdle."
Thigpen is eager to
build on the momentum
of her last two terms.
"I'vebeenveryforturiate
to serve," she said. "I love
the other members of the
school board. We work
so well together; we're all
part of a team. We respect
each other and we get
along, and I think that's
what makes us the envy
of practically every ,other
school district in Florida.
"I look forward to
maintaining that tradition
by continuing 'to work
closely with our teachers,
administrators, parents
and, most importantly, our
students," Thigpen said.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Heather Nitzel of the Crestview Public Library, Santa Claus (Bill Norwood) and
Head Start Teacher Assistant Lindsay McLaney presented books to children
at the Edney Head Start Center in Crestivew. They are shown here with Kyra
Blackmon, Maelynn Brame, Tionna Dortch, Ja'lonta Durm,, Javan Fleming,
Brandon Horak, Ze'Shawn Hutchinson, Alexandria Knapp, Rae'diah Lewis,
Darius Livingston, Trinidi Martin, Aletha McElrath, Naytrean Parker, Javon Paul,
Jaylen Simmons, Anwar Thomas and Zakaya Wise.


Library delivers books



to the local Head Start


The Crestview Public
Library sponsored a book
drive for the children of
Okaloosa County Head
Start. Heather Nitzel
from the Crestview
Public Library delivered
a box of new books to


the children at the Edney
Head Start Center in
Crestview just in time for
Christmas, with a little
help from Santa.
Head Start is a federally
grant funded program
serving Okaloosa County


children from birth to five
years old, with several
locations in Laurel Hill,
Niceville, Crestview and
Fort Walton Beach. OCHS
is currently serving
324 children across the
county.


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school board

Area rep seeks to continue building on her accomplishments


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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


HOLIDAY continued from Al


Day isn't?"
Adding to the volume
of mail flooding into
the post office's sorting
equipment are property
tax statements, which
come out at the same,
time.
In addition to the
extra workload is the
problematic color of
the typical Valentine's
card envelope. Red is
seen by most optical
scanning equipment as
black, making it hard for
scanners to read not just
addresses written in black
or other dark ink, but also'
the bar code scanned onto
the envelope.
"Anytime that an
envelope s anything
other than white, there's:
a chance of the barcodes'.
not reading correctly,"
Blair said "Pink's. not
so had but red causes
problems."
Blair .: recommends
addressing colored
envelopes .with a white
address label.
As postal workers
hustle to make sure
your sweet nothings get
delivered by tomorrow
(assuming you. mailed .
them on time), Blair said,
"I don't know that a, lot
of people think, 'Gee,
they're going to be busy
down at the post office,'
but logically, it makes
sense."


"It's the busiest time of

the year Mother's Day and

Valentine's Day are the busiest

compared to anything else."
Leah Harlan of Blooms Over Baker


The flowers
How many red roses
does a north Okaloosa
florist carry to meet the
Valentine's Day demand?
Try more than 1,000.
And that's just at the
smaller florists, according.
to'Leah Harlan ofBloonis.
over Baker.
S:"It's 'the busiest time/
of the year/' Harlan
said h jMother's Day ,
:and Valentine's Day are,
the busiest compared to
anything else."
Harlan said florists
typically work 20-hour
days on Feb. 13 and Feb.
14 to take the last-minute
orders and to make the
deliveries.
"You have to be
prepared, because it is
only that one day," said
Harlan, who has worked
in the floral industry for
16 years.
What happens to all
the unsold flowers when
Feb. 15 rolls around?
Harlan said it's usually
not a problem.


"You do have to buy
them up front and do a
whole lot of praying that
everybody is in love this
year," Harlan said. "But
I have never in my 16
years seen any flowers
go bad because you still
have regular birthdays
:and. anniversaries you
need flowers for."

The candy
"Valentines is one of
the key candy weeks
throughout the year
and candy is selling
very well," Crestview
Wal-Mart Supercenter
manager Jon Kurpil told
the News Bulletin.
The other items
associated with
Valentine's are the
flowers and the plush
items such as teddy
bears and other stuffed
animals, which are
also selling very well,
according to Kurpil.
He definitely agreed
that sales this year are
comparable to those in
past years.


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SATURDAY,

FEB. 16
Covington County Indoor Arena
Andalusia, Alabanma

Roping begins at 10 a.m. sharp
Books open at 9 a.m.


Open Roping 8 #15
$80 per team (4 head)


#128 #10 Roping
$60 per team (3 head)

15 second cutoff 5 second barrier
Stock Charge is 40% No Handicaps
Stock Contractor Joey Carpenter
Cash Only No Checks

A Calcutta will, be held for the Open and
#15 roping. Prize for the High Money Roper of:. '
the Open and #15 roping. Prize for the High '
Money Roper of the #12 and #10.
There will be a bake sale and silent auction. -
If you have anything you would like to donate
to the silent auction, bring it to the roping.
RV Hook-ups and Stalls are available for
purchase. Please contact josh Simmons if
you need to purchase prior to the day of
the roping, or you can purchase them the
morning of the roping. '
For more information, contact:
josh Simmons (334) 858-2008 (H)
or (850) 951-3314 (C)


A precious life is from the start to those who
have a caring heart; for it's the kind things.. .
that we do that bring God's best to me and
you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart! '


Daughter of Woodrow & Crystal Braswell, and sister jacey.
Granddaughter of Derry & Jean Braswell and James & Syretha Strokes.
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Laurel Hill City Council


meeting agenda announced


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The Laurel Hill City Council has
released the agenda for its Thursday
meeting. The meeting will be at 7 p.m.
at the City Hall council chamber. 'The
public is invited t6 attend.
Approval of minutes from Dec. 13
meeting, Jan. 7 workshop, Jan.
10 meeting and Jan. 24 meeting.
Reports:
A. Mayor
B. Fire Chief


C. City Manager
1.'Placement of reserve and
restricted funds
2. Consolidation of city loans to
take advantage of reduced interest
rates.
* Old Business:
A. Engage attorney
B. Remedial Amendment from DCA
(request to table until Feb. 28)
* New Business:
A. Citizens' advisory committee for
CDBG application.
* Public comments/ announcements
* Approve payment of bills


CHAMBER continued from Al

tive director Wayne Harris "We're bursting at the seams,
said. "We're planning
for the future. It will pro- aSys,
videall of thetechnology and we need a new facility.
a chamber of commerce Steve Bonnell, Emerald Coast YMCA
needs for its members.
"I'm really looking for- The developers esti- OTHER
ward to the change. It's re- mate the entire project
ally going to make a world would take three to five BUSINESS
of difference for how we years to complete. The council asked
can serve our members." Bonnell said the current city staff to continue ne-
North Okaloosa YMCA on gotiations for possible
Freedom Walk/ Wilson Street would re- purchase of Citi Church
freedomWalk/ msopn.tproperty adjacent to the
Y YMCA main open. Old Spanish Trail Park.
The council heard
EmeraldCoastPartners, SAFER Grant plans for the Spanish Trail
LLC, made a presenta- The council unani- Cruisers car show sched-
tion detailing plans for voted ak the uled for April 19 on Main
Freedom Walk, a Planned mously voted to ask the Street.
Unit Development. Fire Department to pro- The council authorized
The development ceed in its efforts to se- an update of city travel
would be built south of cure to a FEMA Staffing and training reimburse-
Old Bethel Road between for Adequate Fire and ment regulations.
Tes Ra Nom d Emergency Response The council approved a
Jones Road and Norman (SAFER) Grant. revision of the city's policy
Road. that previously required
Freedom Walk would If the department re- department heads and
include 435 residential ceives the grant, it plans supervisory personnel to
lots, most of them single to increase staffing by 12 reside within city limits.
fmily residential lots,. employees. The new policy states
The mildevelopment also "It's a chance to increase department heads and.
The development also staffing at a reduced cost," supervisory personnel
would include a new must be able to "respond,
6.2-acre facility for the Fire Chief Joe Traylor in a timely manner, to any
North Okaloosa YMCA told the council during emergency situation.":
and a 15-unit commercial a Monday workshop. I The council approved a
component. have to tell you I think it's renewal of the city's lease
"Our goal is to make a smart thing to do." agreement with Okaloosa
it the best development The grant would cover .Head Start.
90 percent of the new em- Tecouncip
not only in the city, but in percent of the new em- proved a resolution to
Okaloosa County," said ployee costs in the first pursue measures to
Bruce Houle of Emerald year. become a "Green Local
Coast Partners, LLC. The catch: The percent- Government" using
Plans for the proposed age of employee cost cov- criteria and standards
new YMCA include a ered declines each year. developed by the Florida
new YMCA include a The city would be com- Green Building Coalition.
swimming pool, a gymna- mitted to cover the full The council approved .
sium and playing fields. a policy stating the city
"We're bursting at the cost for 12 employees by will collect Social Security
seams, and we need a the fifth year. numbers only for benefit
new facility," said Steve /- '-- ,\ processing and tax re-
Bonnell of "the Emerald Read Kyle Wright's porting cil voted to
9 The council voted to
Coast YMCA. thoughts on the continue the city's mem-
Freedom Walk would Crestview City Council bership in Sister Cities
be built in three phases. meeting in the International.
The proposed YMCA *.The council approved
would be built during the "Passing Shots" blog at first readings of eight re-
first phase. crestviewbulletin.com zoning ordinances.


NOMC continued from Al


Redefining the main
entrance on the north side
of the hospital is a main
priority.
"We're going to dress
up that area because it's
the first impression and the
last. impression patients
and visitors receive,"
Sanders said.
New X-ray equipment
will be installed in the
emergency room. The
state-of-the-art digital
systernm will allow
doctors to access their
patients' images almost
immediately over a secure,
Internet site to make:
quicker diagnostics.
Speeding up ER lab
results, a pneumatic tube
system (similar to those
at drive-up banking
windows) speeds samples
directly to the hospital's.
laboratories, alerting
technicians upon arrival.
This has dramatically
decreased the time it took
to hand-deliver batches of
samples.
NOMC is working with
a visual communications
consultant and soon will
be replacing signage
throughout the'hospital to
make it easier for patients
and visitors to navigate the
facility's many corridors.
In the maternity
department, a five-
phase renovation plan
is underway that will
ultimately result in new
flooring, wall d6cor,


furniture and flat-screen
TVs in birthing and post-
partum rooms.
Throughout the
hospital, look for
refurbishedwaitingrooms,
each with a different motif,
new flooring and wall
surfaces.
Outdoors, nearly a half
a million dollars have
already been spent on
resurfacing and restriping
driveways and parking
areas. New landscaping
has been installed. New
lighting systems will
replace the amber lights
familiar in public areas
with brighter, more
efficient white lights.
Not all : the
improvements at NOMC
are purely physical. New
.medical staff members
bring more opportunities
for treatment in several
areas of expertise for north
county residents.
"During 2007, eightnew
physicians joined the staff
at NOMC representing
several specialties,"
Sanders said proudly.
NOMC welcomed
physicians in the areas
of neurology, orthopedic
surgery, cardiovascular, ear
nose and throat, pediatric,
internal medicine, and
family practice.
With Crestview's
growth comes the need
to continually expand
and improve services
and facilities provided


by the nearly 30-year-old
hospital.
"We're making "'this
capital investment into
this community, because
we're the community's
hospital," Sanders said.

NOMC UPGRADES
Picture archiving and
communications (PACS)
to alloN doctors quicker
access to >'-rays and
other images: $800,000
New ER X-ray suite
tied into PACS system:
$400,000
ER pneumatic tube
system to hospital labs- '
.$50,000
Upgrade to magnetic
resonance imaging ,
(MRI) system to increase
resolution and reduce
scan times: $800,000
New positron emission
tomography/ computer
tomography (PET/CT)
scanner, the first in the
area: $1.7 million
Renovation
and upgrade to
Catheterization Lab:
$1.1 million
Five-phase Obstetrics
dept. renovation,
including new nursery,
labor and delivery rooms,
and recovery rooms:
,$750,000
Exterior parking,
lighting and landscape
improvements: $450,000
Renovation and facelift
of entire hospital and
medical office building:
$1 million


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


Front area law enforcement
arrest reports coneI more from
the atimals ofhieplt criminals.

How Not to Make a
Salon Appointment
On four occasions on
Jan. 26, a 44-year-old Air
Force Special Ops airman
stationed at Hurlburt Field
made threatening calls to
an area beauty salon.
On his first call he said,
"I'll blow your company,
blast all the plugs, all
the hair dryers, all the
shampoo."
A few minutes later he
called back and yelled in
the phone, demanding the
beauticians pick up.
Three minutes later
he called back, identified
himself and said he
wanted a haircut.
Three minutes after that


he called back and said,
"I'm not joking."
Rather than a trim, he
got arrested for "threat
to throw, project, place or
discharge a destructive
device."
Fortunately, haircuts in
jail are free.

Car For Sale...
It's Just Not Mine
A 31-year-old Baker
fellow dropped off
a couple of cars at a
salvage yard in. Brewton,
Ala. Problem was, they
weren't his, but belonged
to owners in Holt.
Confronted, the guy
returned a 1987 Chevy
pick-up with "substantial
fresh damage to its
exterior." The folks' 1987
GMC SUV, however, "had


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Crestview Police Dept.
crime reports
1/22: Robert Theodore
Weidow, 54, was charged with
being a fugitive from justice,
based on a South Carolina
warrant.
1/24: Nakia Latease
Bradshaw, 18, of 119 Randolph
Court, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine
with intent to distribute
within 1,000 feet of public
housing, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Kea Sontrice
Bess, 29; of 119 Randolph
Court, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine
with intent to distribute
within 1,000 feet of public
housing, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
1/25: James Earl Langs, 45,
of Andalusia, Ala., was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked, first
offense.
1/28: Levone Morris, 46;,
of 1851 Stella Lane #537, Fort
Walton Beach, was charged
with domestic violence battery
touch or strike. Amber
Lea Deese, 21, of 5835 Bush.
Road, Baker, was charged with
larcenous retail theft. Cindy '
Alice McDonald, a.k.a. Ashley
J. Zill, 31, of 3150 Audrey Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
che forgery, uttering a forged
check and petit theft.
1/29: Jerrell Antoine Gainer,
24, an inmate at the Okaloosa
County Jail, was charged
with armed burglary to a
conveyance, arid grand theft
with a firearm. Alvarez Avinael,
29, of Clio, Ala., was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
2/1: Oscar Granillo Cabrera,
20, of 1009 Rock Cut Road,
Fort Park, Ga., was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license and'
failure to properly signal a turn.
Cassandra L. Baker, 22, of
124 S. Booker St., Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear
on a charge of possession of
marijuana.
2/2: Harvey Howell Langley
of 1459 Vinson RFey Road,
Baker, was charged with two
counts of resisting an officer
by refusal to sign. or accept a
citation, and one count each of
driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs, and driving
while license suspended or
revoked, first offense. Charles
William Tucker, 55, of 315
West Edney Ave., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
2/3: Maryjane Watkins, 23, of
113 Windsor Drive, Crestview,
was charged with driving under
the influence of alcohol or
drugs. Richard Lee Demmon,
22, of 116 Addison Place,
Crestview, was charged with two
counts of (domestic violence)
felony battery by strangulation.
Chase M. Perring, 24, of Kit
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with resisting an officer without
violence by obstruction. *
,Voncile Ann Traywick, 33, of 757
Bay St., Crestview, was charged

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with grand theft. Walter Ray
Moore, 47, of 707 Amos St.,
Apt. 5, Crestview, was charged
with possession of controlled
substance Alprazolam,
Hydrocodone, and less than 20
grams of marijuana. *.Anthony
Moore, 40, of 3019 Hwy. 602,
Laurel Hill, was charged with
retail theft. Jason Dwayne
Shelton, 27, of 314 Brackin St.,
Crestview, was charged with
battery (domestic violence),
resisting arrest with violence
and possession of a controlled
substance.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office crime reports
1/29: A 16-year-old
Crestview resident was charged
with possession of cocaine
and less than 20 grams of
marijuana. A 17-year-old
Crestview resident was charged
with possession of cocaine
and less than 20 grams of
marijuana, and driving while
license suspended or revoked.
* Robert Michael Allen, 22,
of 4248 Edge Perry Road,
Crbstview, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
possession of marijuana.
1/31: Gunnel Leland Wilks,
27, of 103 Oglesby Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of cocaine.


2/1: Melanie Rae Eads,
26, of 834 E. Williams Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance. Bennett Allen
Emory, 44, of 1397 Pearl S.
Buck Court, Niceville, was
charged with possession of
cocaine, leaving the scene of
an accident totaling damages
of more than $50 without
giving information and two
counts of possession of drug
paraphernalia. Aaron Blake
Sanders, 22, of 6554 Possum
Ridge Road, Crestview, was
charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
*without intent to kill and battery.
2/2: Penny Kay Shoffner,
290, of 4291 E. U.S. Highway
90, Crestview, was charged
with resisting arrest with
violence.
2/4: A 16-year-91d Crestview
resident was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance, to wit, cocaine. *
Brandon Howard McGowan, 21,
of 340 Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with grand theft.
2/5: Damion Kenyatta
Hutchinson, 31, of 3650 Okaloo
Lane, Laurel Hill, was charged
with unauthorized possession
and unlawful acts in relation to
driver's license card (required
sexual offender markings are
not displayed):


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already been destroyed."
He was charged
with grand theft (motor
vehicle).

Pedaling Drugs
While on patrol,
Crestview Police Street
Crimes officers observed
an apparent drug
transaction. When the
suspects realized they'd
been spotted, one dashed
into a house while the
other, a 30-year-old
Crestview man, "hastily
rode away ... on his
bicycle."
The' officers pulled
abreast of him and ordered
him to stop.
"The defendant then
stood up on his bicycle
and began to pedal faster
in a manner that would
permit him to obtain more
speed," the report stated.
Pursuing on foot, one
of the officers zapped the
dude with his Taser.
"Upon the application
of an automatic 5-second
timing cycle, the defendant
was apprehended without
incident," the report said.


Officers recovered 35
pieces of crack cocaine.
. The mad cyclist was
arrested for possession
of a controlled substance
with intent to distribute,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, and
obstruction/resisting an
officer.

Violating His Right
to Drive Drunk
When a 21-year-old
Holt man was stopped for
.a blown tag light, officers
noticed the odor of alcohol
on his breath e
Asked if he, had
consumed any alcohol, the
guy said he had two beers.
He also explained he was
hard of hearing.
When he picked up
his jacket from the seat,
officers spied an almost
empty bottle of Crown
Royal. His passenger
confessed there was also
an open beer bottle under
the seat.
Officers began field
sobriety tests, including
the horizontal gaze
nystagmus, but the driver


stated he had a fake eye.
Later he said he had only
had eye surgery.
After failing the field
exercises miserably, he
was arrested.
Hauled off to the
county clink, he "asked
several times why he was
being arrested. I explained
he had operated a motor
vehicle while impaired,"
the officer's report stated.
The guy "advised I had
violated his civil rights and
he would sue the State of.
Florida and myself. (The
defendant) advised he
was a Jehovah's Witness
and I had violated their
rights," the report said.


Assault with
Deadly Furniture
A 36-year-old Crest-
view man with anger
control issues "did strike
his cousin ... in the head
with a coffee table."
He was arrested for
domestic violence/
battery.
Good thing he didn't
go for the sideboard.


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When a 19-year-old
Crestview dude with a
swastika tattoo under
his eye emblazoned the
ancient runic symbol
on the wall of a local
convenience store men's
-room, the manager of the
facility took exception.
She advised the
responding officer ."the
swastika symbol was not
on the wall prior to the
defendant entering the
restroom."
The guy, "who is
known to express racial
tendencies," was arrested
and charged with criminal
mischief.
Maybe he can take up
still life painting in jail.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

TODAY
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida Blood
Center are: Wednesday, Feb.
13 OWC, Niceville, inside
Building K, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.

FEBRUARY
WALKER RELAY
ACTIVITIES: The school
is selling hearts during
February for $1 each for
their Giving Tree. You can
have your child's name on
the heart or have it in honor
of cancer survivors or in
someone's memory. They are
also selling 2 x 3-foot Easter
egg yard signs for $20 each,
which will be displayed in
front of the school with your
child's name on them. You
can then place them. in your
yard for Easter.
BAKER GATORS
REUNION: Classes of 1961,
1962'and 1963 will be held
Saturday, March 22 from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Baker Recreation Center.
Barbecue will be served.
Cost is $15 per person. Bring
lawn chairs in case you
need them, and if you have
memorabilia from thosd
years at the school, feel free
to bring them to share with,
others.
Please RSVP by March
:5. Checks should be made
payable and sent by March
1 to Donna Erdman, 1182
Country Living Road, Baker,
FL 32531-8306.
HAPPY
HOMEMAKERS: meet
Feb. 14 at 9:30 a.m. at the
Ag building on Old Bethel
Road. The program is about
your hands. Come and
bring a friend. Details: Nita,
-682-3118.
TOP DAWG
COMPETITION: Feb.
; 15 at 7 p.m. in the CHS
'Auditorium. Admission
is $5. Talent and all over
Character competition
sponsored by the CHS
Juniorettes. For details,
contact Jessica Killinger at
689-7177, ext. 3230, or e-mail
Killingerj@mail.okaloosa.
Skl2.fl.us.
VALENTINE DINNER,
RELAY SALE ITEMS:
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.
The club also seeks
donations for its March 8
yard sale. Items can include
furniture in good condition,
housewares, appliances,
jewelry, books, toys, clothes
and more. Proceeds benefit
Relay For Life.
Items can be dropped
off at Curves For Women
from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.
- Fri.. Curves is located at
775 N. Ferdon Blvd. Ste.
C in Northview Plaza. For
more information call Lisa
Brennan at 689-1235.
MISS PANHANDLE
PAGEANT: The 7th Annual
Miss Florida Panhandle
Sweetheart Pageant will
be held Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. at
Crestview High School. Age
divisions are girls 0-19 years
old and boys 0-3 years old.
For more information call
Tricia Rogers at 689-3563 or
visit the pageant Web site at
http: / / triciarogerspageants.
comn.
THE CUSTODY
PROJECT: On Feb. 19
from 5:45 7:45 p.m. at the
Robert L.F. Sikes Library in
Crestview, a brainstorming
meeting will be held. The
meeting will address the
needs of mothers and their
children with custody .and
visitation issues, announce
a custody and visitation
workshop for mothers, and
announce a project needing
volunteers, donations, web
support and other items.
The library is located at
1445 Commerce Drive in
Crestview. Call 682-3460 for
more details on the meeting.
FREE HEALTHY
WOMAN SEMINAR: On
Feb. 21 at 6 p.m., Doctors
Nicole Smail of ABC
Pediatrics and Jennifer
Crotty of The Children's
Clinic will offer health tips
on avoiding childhood
obesity and general heart
care in children. It will be at
Woodlawn Baptist Church,
located at 824 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview. A light
dinner will be served, along
with great door prizes.
Reservations are required.
Call Jane Lindenberg at
689-8446 to register.
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.
OKALOOSA SAVES
EVENTS FEB. 24-MARCH 2:
Feb. 21 talk radio show
on WFTW 1260 AM.
Feb. 23 free investor
seminar, 1 4 p.m. at the Fort '
Walton Beach Library. Call
833-9590 to register.
Feb. 27: Basic investing at
the Niceville library at 10:30
a.m.
Feb. 28: Okaloosa Saves
featured at 5:30 p.m. during
the "Focus on Okaloosa"
live talk show on Cox
Communications Channel 6.
Feb. 29: Identity theft
seminar (8:30-9:30 a.m.)
and community shredding
(9 a.m. 1 p.m.) at First
Presbyterian Church in
Crestview. Bring, up to five
boxes of personal documents
for commercial shredding by
Shred It.
March 1: Financial Expo
at Santa Rosa Mall, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Piggy Bank Beauty
Pageant details: call Janet
Lipscomb at 729-5207,
Kristan Howard at
244-9900, ext. 225 or
e-mail them at lipscomj@
owc.edu or Kristan@
beachcommunitybank.com.
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
on free housecleaning a
month for four months.
For details, contact Two
Maids at 664-6g43 or www.
ineedamaid.com.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida Blood
Center are:
Saturday Feb. 16 -
Riverwood Apartments, 342
Riverwood Drive Crestview
- 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 19,
Crestview High School, 7;30
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 20,
Baker School, 12 p.m. to 6
p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.


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LAKE ELLA ROAD
CLOSED: at approximately
8 a.m. on Monday. Lake Ella
Road in the Dorcas area will
be closed to through traffic
until approximately Feb.
18 while Okaloosa County
Road Department crews
replace a cross drain. The
closure will be 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.
I FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
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,
BOATING SEMINARS:
at the University of West
Florida Coombs Campus on
Lovejoy Road in Fort Walton
Beach.
Feb. 18, Anchoring, 7 p.m.
Registration is $40.
For details, phone
(850) 315-0686 or visit the
www.fwsps.com.
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.


ECONOMY FULL SET DENTURE*,s1. D5120... $39?
Custom Full Set Dentures (D5110, D51201 .... ............$650
Custom Upper or Lower Denture jD5110. D5120)...........$370
Premium Full Set Dentutes (D5110. D51201 ............. ....$925
Gold Denture Crown (D9999l .. ... .............. ............... $170
"EXTRACTION WITH DENTURE echJ D7140o)..... .$65
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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 wwiw.umobile.
edu/admissions and click on
"visit the campus."
ROLLER DERBY: The
area's first roller derby
team will hold an open
practice at the Theo Docie
Recreational Center at 54
Ferry Ave. on Feb. 17 at 7:30
p.m. in Fort Walton Beach.
The Okaloosa Walton Roller
League is looking for fans,
sponsors, skaters, refs and
volunteers. Come watch the
new era of roller derby! The
event is free to everyone,
but donations to help the
league will be accepted.
For more information,
visit www.myspace.com/
owrollerleague.
DEPRESSION AND
BIPOLAR SUPPORT
GROUP starts meeting Feb.
21 at the Crestview Health
Department auditorium
at 810 E. James Lee Blvd.
(Route 11, bus stop 24) from
2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday.
Details: Ron, 689-3932 or
LeighAnn, 683-0950.
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.

See WHAT'S HAPPENING A12









A10


Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


I 1 0 ] [J] To the Editor: Mystery worshippers?


"The great thing about being the oily species
that makes a distinction between right and
wrong is that we can make up the rules for
ourselves as we go along."

Douglas Adams 11952-2001)
English Author
Last Chance to See


Dear Editor: Him in spirit and truth. or quite, reverential awe see "how we are doing"!
Only the Creator of the are externals. They are I'm sorry, but your
I am appalled!" universe, the'Great God of just that...external. Only newspaper, nor any
Flabberghasted! Mystery Heaven Himself, our Lord God can see and know "mystery" person is FAR
Worshippers? and Savior, Jesus Christ, the intents of our hearts. from qualified to rate our
My Bible teaches that knows our hearts and our I cannot even imagine worship.
worship is a matter of innermost being. anyone trying to judge our A worshipper (by God's standards,
the heart and they that Clapping, raising hands, worship by showing up one not man's)
worship HIM must worship speaking in tongues, bands time with a "checklist" to Lynda Truman, Florala, Ala.


The Cop Column: Ready for I.D. checking?


Here's a sampling of what people 'had,
to say about recent north Okaloosa County
newvs topics. Comments were collected
from Florida Freedom Newspapers and
Web sites.

Topic: Is a new mall coming to
Crestvieiv?
"With gas prices the way they are and
the lack of jobs in Crestview, a mall would
be a blessing. We have to diive to Destin,
Fort Walton Beach. or Pensacola to shop
for anything or go to a nice theatre I think
they could choose a location that would
not cause so much traffic congestion in that
area. There's plenty of land north, east, and
west of Crestview. WVhv couldn't they locate
there? It would still be closer than driving
to Destin and it would also be convenient
to those who live in Laurel Hill and south
Alabama."

"1 live in Crestriew and some decent
shopping and things like that would be great.
I do think before building any more houses,
business, etc., we need to do something
about the traffic here Adding a mall is lust
going to add more trathc. I live south of 1-10
and it takes me almost 30 minutes to get to
Wal-Mart on most days.'
*
"I have a way to make all the capital
needed to fund this project. Just install
parking meters all along State Road 85
through Crestview. If this project goes
forward without any infrastructure
enhancements first, State Road 85 will be a
much larger parking lot than it is now."

Topic: Crestriew Police Department
releases 2007 statistics
"Shouldn't it follow that if speeding
causes accidents. shouldn't an 85 percent
increase in speeding citations result in a
reduction in accidents: not an increase?
Inattentive driving,. left lane huggers and cell
phones are the culprits. All Crestview did
was improve fundraising by S5 percent. '

"You're gonna have more traffic tickets
and narcotics busts when you stop everyone
going five mph over the limit. Although, I
-do think a lot of the narcotics ones this past
year weren't traffic related. so I 11 give 'em
that."

Topic: Local VFW post could lose its
home
"This is so sad. First the 'Hoagie House'
dosed down a couple years back and along
with it, the 'Liars Table' went away. Now
where can these vets get together and tell
war stories? Hope they find a new post.
Good luck.'

"Let the vets have it, they more than
earned it. I've been in there a few times.
Nice people."

Want to add to the Hubbubl Send vou-O
thoughts on north Okaloosa Comintu news
topics to kldew@cre.t7iewbulletin.co,., or post
a comment at lcestviewbi lltin conM.



Profundity
Compiled by Brian Hughes


above. Florida law recognizes
four kinds of identification for
proof of age when serving or
selling alcohol: 1) a driver's
license; 2) an official state- .
issued I.D. card; 3) a passport;
4) a military I.D. card. If
you check one of those four
forms, you'll enjoy some
legal protections if the person
turns out to be underage;..
assuming you made a
legitimate, good faith effort to
inspect the card and customer
to verify their veracity.
Here are some tips to make
that good-faith effort:
Physically check the card.
Don't serve a customer who
,won't remove the card from
the wallet and hand it to
you, Feel the card for thick or
uneven lamination, or worn
spots or bumps that could
signal a counterfeit or altered
card.


Read both sides of it.
Mlan underage people .
purchase high-quality fakes
on the Internet. Those can be
spotted by reading the back,
where the maker usually
prints a small disclaimer.
One dead giveaway is a card
issued by the "Department of
Identification," or "Bureau of
Identification." No state has
such an agency.
Is the card expired? If
so, be suspicious... be very
suspicious. Don't accept
excuses. Remember, you are
never required to accept an
I.D. for service of alcohol. The
customer may be upset, but
you cannot get in legal trouble
for refusing to sell.
Don't be afraid to ask
questions. Anyone who
doesn't know their own full
name, birthday, address, and
other information listed on


the card has. some serious
explaining to do. If you think
the info has been memorized,
ask for their birthstone or
zodiac sign. Few will know
someone else's.
Sign your name here...
Chances are the'user of a
borrowed card won't be able
to pull off a.very convincing
forgery of the autograph
that's on the I.D. A traffic
ticket is not a driver's license.
In a DUI arrest, the officer
will seize the license, and
the traffic citation serves as
a temporary driving permit.
The customer may be telling
the truth when he says that
yellow slip of paper is the
only license he's got, and the
clerk will be telling the truth
when he says it's not valid for
buying beer.
By Rick Hord of the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office.


l PASSING" A pet's take on the pet fee
Lew (for Kyle Wright)


News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright had prepared a column
discussing Okaloosa County's
recently abolished pet licensing
fee. Lew, the Wright family dog,
read the editorial and suggested
he should zorite the column
instead. "I have a better grasp of
the pet fee. I am a pet," Lezo said.:
"Also, my photo is much cuter."
Kyle agreed on both counts and
turned this week's column over
to Lezw.

It all started about a
month ago.
My mama and daddy
started looking into my big
brown eyes every time I
did something naughty and
asked me if I was worth $10.
I was confused.
I finally figured out what
was going on when I went
sniffing in the trash can with
my big brown nose. I found a
letter telling my parents a $10
pet license fee was due.
A few days later, my
mama put a new metal


thingy on my pretty red
collar.
"It's your new license,
Lew," she said.
I didn't like the license. It
clinked and clanked against
my vaccination tag. The
clinking and clanking makes
it very difficult for me to
sneak up on birds, rabbits
and squirrels in my back
yard.
A few more days passed. I
stole one of my daddy's best
tennis balls. My dad again
asked me if I was worth $10.
This time, he added, "Ten
dollars we didn't even have
to pay!"
I was confused.
I finally figured out what
was going on when my big
floppy ears brushed against
a pile of newspapers when I
was chasing my new tennis
ball.
The first newspaper
said something about
Okaloosa County ordering
the Panhandle Animal


Welfare Society to stop using
veterinarians' vaccination
rolls to collect the pet license
fee.
The next newspaper said
something about the county
eliminating the pet license fee
altogether.
I was so confused, I had to
run in circles and chase my
little stubby tail for a while
just to straighten myself out.
I came to some
conclusions about the
controversy during my
18-hour daily nap:
I was glad the
county stopped requiring
veterinarians to provide
the information on their
vaccination rolls. This was
unfair treatment of the
humans who take such good
care of my furry friends and
me.
I also was glad to see
the abolition of the pet fee.
Maybe now my mama and
daddy will quit asking me if I
am worth $10!


I do hope the humans
on the County Commission
have some kind of plan to
fund animal control needs in
the county.
An animal shelter in
Indianapolis took good care
of me when my original
mama and daddy couldn't,
-keep me any more' -
I hope the nice humans
at PAWS will have the funds
they need to take good care
of me if I ever get lost or if
something happens to my
mama and daddy.
My mama always tells me
I am precious.
I hope that means some
humans in the county
governments are setting
aside a few dollars to provide
services for my furry friends
and me.

News Bulletin EditorKyle Wright
will resume his regular column next
zeek. You can read his thoughts on
the pet fee at his "Passing Shots"
blog at crestviezwbulletin.com. '


Local Newspaper History by Ann Spann


The Okaloosa Messenger
reported in the February 4,
1937 issue:
Large whiskey still
located south of town on
Turkey Hen Creek will open
for business late this year.,
The Crestview Distilleries
will be operated, by A.J.
Outlaw and Mayo.Ferdon.
All material and coils for
the stills are on the ground
and work on constructing


these will soon begin. The
, distillery when completed
will have a capacity of
approximately 4,000 gallons
of spirits every 24 hours.'
As much' local grain as
possible will be used at this
plant and will create a good
outlet for Okaloosa county
grain.
No definite information
can be obtained as to when
operation will start. Outlaw


and Ferdon are two leading
business men of this town,
operation the Crestview
Ice Company. Outlaw also
operates the Crestview
Theatre.
Preparation. .for
beginning the construction
of the City Hall building
in Crestview got under full
headway this week with the
erection of a small building
to be used for tools and a


front office. The building
will be of two-story brick
construction and. will cost
$25,000. The location of this
building is on the beautiful
lot owned" by the city
lying just behind the. City
Pharmacy.
(The City Hall building
referred to in this article is what
is today knozon as the historic
Alatex Building in downtown
Crestview.) ,


CNB----p


Kelly Humphrey
General Manager


Kyle Wright Melissa Tedder Amanda Kosche
Editor Office Manager Graphic Artist


Jason Mobley Randy Beard
Interim General Account
Manager Executive


Jeremy Cadle
Account
Executive


Heather Gann
Account
Executive


SAnn Spann
Photographer









Greg Allen
Production
Manager


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Brian Hughes
Reporter


Robert Young
Sports Editor


* Al
John Parrott
Military News


Renee Bell
Community News


Denise
Cadenhead
Receptionist


Robert Skelton
Distribution


NWF-LA
Hook & Trigger


Lisa Stout
Distribution


I I I I I
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MOMMENEL -


Spring break season is
upon us, an appropriate time
to emphasize the importance
of I.D. checking for those who
sell or serve adult beverages.
True or False: Florida law
says merchants must check
identification.
Answer: False. The law,
says you must not sell or
serve anyone under 21. It's
a good idea to check I.D. It's
house policy in many stores,
bars and restaurants, but it is
not required by state law.
What kind of I.D. is
acceptable? A college
I.D.? Library card?
Vehicle registration? Voter
registration card? Birth
certificate? How about
an official employee I.D.
of a major corporation,
government agency or
contractor?
Answer: None of the








WAIFlMNFSAY. FERULARY 13,2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin IAll


Grandstaff and Culver to wed March 1 t


Ms. Cathy Grandstaff
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Dale Grandstaff would like
to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Skyelynn Stacy, to Jeffrey
Warren Culver of Caddo,
Ala.
The couple will be mar-
ried in Caddo on March 1
and will be honeymoon-
ing on Lake Wilson. After
the honeymoon the couple
will reside in Navarre.


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Skyelynn Grandstaff and Jeffrey Culver will live
in Navarre after their March 1 wedding.


Son born to Baker parents

Chase Travis was born
Feb. 5, 2008 at 5:36 a.m. He i
weighed 8 lbs., 9 oz. and
was 20 3/4 inches long.
His parents are Megan
Henderson and Chris Lynn
of Baker. His maternal
grandparents are Steven
and Cheryl Henderson',
also of Baker.
Chase was born at ,
North Okaloosa Medical ..
Center in Crestview with Megan Henderson and Chris Lynn with their
Dr. Caputoassisting. newborn son, Chase.


OBITUAR'


Alice Hersteen Lyles
Alice Hersteen Lyles,
age 96, of Crestview, passed
away Friday, Feb. 8, 2007 at
her daughter's home. She
was born on Aug. 11, 1911 in
Blount County, Ala. and had
lived in Crestview since 1959.
Mrs. Lyles was a faithful
member of the Crestview
Church of God.
She was preceded in death
'by her husband, Willie "Bill"
Lyles; a son,. Garry Lyles; a
grandson, Johnny Conner;
six sisters and four brothers.


Survivors include three
children, Tom and Sue Lyles
of Petersburg, Tenn., Jim Lyles
of Apopka, Fla., and Barbara
and Bill Conner of Crestview;
three sisters, Geraldine and
Ed Bohannon of Heflin, Ala.,
Virginia and William Nance
of Gadsden, Ala., and Gwen
and Loyce Kelley of DeFuniak
Springs; six grandchildren,
11 great-grandchildren, four
great-great-grandchildren
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held
at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 11


from the Crestview Church
of God with the Reverends
Richard Tyler and Larry
Collins officiating. Burial
followed in the Live Oak
Memorial Park Cemetery.
The family received
friends Sunday from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
the arrangements.
To sign or view the
guestbook for Mrs. Lyles,
visit www.crestviewbulletin.
com and dick on the blue and
white obituaries button.


zfiP


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High Key Club members paint potties to be used in their "Relay for
Life" Traveling Potty Fundraiser event.


Send someone 'special' a potty


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

If you wake to find
a purple and pink pot-
ty on your front lawn,
think, nothing of it. It's
just the Crestview High
School Key Club raising
funds for a very good
cause. The Relay for Life
Traveling Potty is a very
unusual fundraiser, with
all proceeds going to the
American Cancer Society's
fight toward eliminating
cancer.
For a $10 donation, Key
Club members will place
one of the colorful pot-
ties in the yard of your
choice. It could be your
neighbor, best friend, or
a competing business. It
will cost that individual a
donation of $10 to have it
moved to another lawn.
Yes, be careful who you


aim for because it could
come back to haunt you.
Or you could choose the
insurance policy available
to prevent the potty from
returning, you guessed it,
for a mere $10 donation.
Key Club members
have painted the four pot-
ties that are available for
placement and are ready to
roll according to President
Shelly Simmons.
, "We think that it's ac-
tually going to be a good
community project," said
Simmons. "We already
have people that are inter-
ested."
To order a potty de-
livery e-mail Key Club
sponsor Dustin Keith at
Keithd@mail.okaloosa.
k12.fl.us or drop off your
order at the front office of
Crestview High School.
Checks should .be made
.payable, to the Crestview


High School Key Club and
can be mailed or dropped
off at the school. The pot-
ty deliveries are limited
to the 32536 or 32539 zip
code areas.
The Crestview Relay
For Life held a kick-
off event Feb. 7 at the
American Legion.
More than 60 people
attended and turned in
$7,000 in donations.
The itext team captains
meeting (open to all) is
6 p.m. March 13 at the
American Legion.
The Relay for Life
is the American Cancer
Society's signature event
and will be held locally at
the Old Spanish Trail Park
on April 18 and 19. Local
businesses and organiza-
tions participate in the 24.
hour walk/run event to
raise funds for the' fight
against cancer.







LOCAL


A121 CIrestview News Bein


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


WHAT'S HAPPENING
continued from A9

Chairs may be 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 paint
a chair, call (850) 437-1669.

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.
VA TOLL FREE
SUICIDE HOT LINE: VA's
Suicide Hot Line number is
1-800-273-TALK (8255).


Crestview
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Golden named All-Star for game at Brosnaham

Crestview's Rusty Golden is named Pensacola Sports Association All-Star player


Schedule
Basketball
District 1 A regional
quarterfinal round
Laurel Hill at Graceville
(Boys), Thursday at 7 p.m:
District 2A regional
quarterfinal round
Baker at Sneads (Boys),
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Baseball

Navarre at Crestview,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (9th) and
6 p.m. (JV)

Escambia at Crestview,
Friday at 3 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Rocky Bayou at Baker,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (JV) and"
6 p.m. (V)

Central at Baker, Friday at
4p.m.(JV)

Laurel Hill at Poplar
Springs, Thursday at 3:30
p.m. (V)

Softball

Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, Friday at 4 p.m. (JV)
and 6 p.m. (V)
Baker at Northview,
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Bozeman at Baker, Friday
at 6 p.m. (V)


Hunter safety
course
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety
Internet completion course in
Walton County.
The course will be at the
Walton County Sportsman's
Association, 955 Smith
Road in DeFuniak Springs.
Instruction will take place 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday Feb.
23. ,
Children under 16 must
be accompanied by an adult
at all times.
People interested in
attending this course can
register online and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/huntered or -
by contacting FWC's regional
office in Panama City at
(850) 265-3676.

American Cancer
Walk/Run/Ride,
The American Cancer
Society will be hosting a
walk, run and ride on March
8. The event will start at the-
Cozy Comer Grille on 522
Highway 90, Holt.
Registration starts at
7 a.m. $10 for adults, $5 per
child. First 100 participants
receive a t-shirt.
For more information
please contact Trina Trimm at
(850) 305-6349 or by e-mail at
trinatrimm@yahoo.com.

Ten Star
basketball camp
Applications are now
being evaluated for the
Ten Star All Star summer
basketball camp. Admittance
is by invitation onlh. Boys
and Girls ages 10-19 and 6-18
are eligible to apply.
For a free brochure on
these camps, please contact
(704) 373-0873 or visit the
Web site at tenstarcamp.conm.


Crestview Little
League
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 5


to 18. Cost is only $50 for the
first child.
You can also register online


Pam Golden
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview High School
Boys soccer varsity senior
Rusty Golden was named
to the 2008 Pensacola
Sports Association High
School All-Star Boys and
Girls Soccer Games.
Golden will represent
Crestview on the East
Team in the Boys All-Star
Game at7:30 p.m., Feb. 20
at Brosnaham Sportsplex
Stadium in Pensacola. The
Girls All-Star game is at


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PREDICTIONS
Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Redemption is much
too sweet to pass up,
especially in high school
basketball.
So what do Laurel
Hill and Baker have to
do to get to the regional
seriifinals and possibly
face their neme-es from
di-trict play?
Let's check it out.
The Hoboes (19-7)
lost-their game against
Paxton..(25-21) 49-45 in a
fourth quarter shootout.
It was a hard loss for
Laurel Hill; especially
considering how close
the team got to winning.
Jeffrey Reese tossed in
17 points that night. Both
Richard Dixon and Zack
Sledge had, 6 points.
, 'It was all about the
defen-e, and that's where
the Hoboes need to push
before their regional


5:30 p.m. Admission is $5.
"Rusty is a good
representative for our
school and our soccer
program," CHS boys
soccer coach Brian Massey
said. "We are proud he
was chosen for the all-star
game."
Players are chosen
in a regional process,
PSA Event Coordinator
Joe Joseph explained.
Escambia County high
school coaches select a
team from their, county
to fill the West team and


quarterfinal matchup
Thursday against
Graceville.
Sure, Grace\ille
(12-12) upset Malone tor
the District 2-1 A title, but
that doesn't mean they're
going to walk all over the
Hoboes. My pick i with
coach Ronnie Smith and
Laurel Hill. The team's
arsenal is too solid to be
shut down by an upset
team. I want to see them'
take on Paxton again in
the semifinals oh Feb. 19.
Baker is another
one on my li-t that I'm
picking to progress to the
semifinals.
Players like Stephen
Shelley, Chad Donley
and Chad Lawhon are
among the leaders for
coach.Mike Martello.
Baker (l5-12) is going
to have a tough -i me
beating Sneadi..
Stick with the Gators
for a win against Sneads
and \watch them again on
Feb. 19. .
Mv Iy mnev'is oil
Pensacola Christian
Academy to win its


coaches from Okaloosa
and S.inta Rosa Cotinties
pick players for the East
team All ot the players
are seniors who have
exhausted their eligibility.
B.j Price, coach tor
Na'.arre High School.
leads the boys East
team for the 2008 game.
Pensacola High School
coach ioe Grundin leads
the \Vest team
This is the second
annual all-star soccer

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Laurel Hill's Richard Dixon drives the ball to the bas-
ket during the Hoboes District 1-1A championship
game on Saturday night.


matchup so we might
have a double revenge
night for both north
Okaloosa teams-on
Tllue.day.


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predictions on Saturday
for our local area
baseball and softball
teams.


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REGAINING SOME MOMENTUM

The Gator and Hobo boys' basketball teams shed losses and prepare for regionals


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Love is not going to be
on the minds of two local
boys basketball teams
come Valentine's Day.
The only thing, closely
related will be hearts
breaking if either team
loses out in the FHSAA
regional quarterfinals on
Thursday.
Baker travels to District
2-2A champion Sneads
(16-8).
Laurel Hill travels to
District 2-1A champion
Graceville (12-12).
Both games tip at 7
p.m.
The regular season and
district tournaments have
nothing on the stress of
playing in the regionals.
"It's a lot more intense,"
said Gator Stephen Shelley,
who played for Baker's
most recent playoff team
in 2005.
"It's the best teams in
the state in our class."
Both teams lost their
district championship
games by a handful of
points on Saturday.
The Gators fell to
Pensacola 'Christian
Academy, 48-46, in the
District 1-2A title game.
z, The Hoboes came up
short against a pumped
Paxton team, 49-45, in the


Ann pn n I ..ret l'ev I[N.o oulieuil
Laurel Hill's Jeffrey Reese drives the ball to the
basket during the District 1-1A championship game
against Paxton on Saturday.


District 1-1A final.
Baker coach Mike
Martello took pride
in his young "- team's
performance.
"I told them after the
game, if you look back


on the last two years and
lu\.' ,Ie I, 'uggled in our
district and for thi- veal
to make it to the finals,
it speaks volumes s about
their character.' Nlartello
said.


"They \e been through
the bad times, and they
remained consistent and
persistent and stayed the
course. I only have higher
expectations for next
year."
But this season isn't
over just yet.
The Gators (15-12) are
looking to push past the
District 2 champions to
lace either Cottondale or
have an opportunity for
redemption against PCA
on Feb. 1I
Martello pointed out
\.%hat his boys needed to
prepare tor against Sneads
on Thursday.
"They are very quick,
very athletic and like to
get the ball up and down
the floor,"' Martello said.
"It's going to be an
interesting matchup."
The Hoboes are looking
to beat Graceville an
upset 'winner in District
2-1A and set up a
meeting with Paxton (25-2)
again or Malone (12-14) on
Feb. IQ.
"\'e need to step here,
its going to be no joke,"
Laurel Hill's leffrey Reese
said.
"It's time to play or the
season is over."
Look in Saturday's
issue for coverage on
both regional quarterfinal
matchups.


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BOYS
BASKETBALL

Paxton 49, Laurel Hill
45:

Pa ton 16 14 7 12 49
LHS 71616 6 45

PAXTON (49)
Blake Zeinm 13, Chaze
Russell 3, Colby Forehand
7, Zack Vickers 10, Shaq
lackson 8. Demetrius
Moore 7, Josh Young 1.
Totals: 119 8-1349

LAUREL HILL (45)
Jeffrey Reese 17
Richard DLxon 6, Zack
Sledge 6, Will Sherwood
5, face Smith 4, Seth
Strickland 7. Totals: 13 11
6-12 45.


Pensacola
48, Baker 46:


Christian


Baker 11 178 1046
PCA 12 115 20 4S

BAKER (46)
Josh Rose 7, Colton
Henry 2, Chad Donley A,
Chad Lawhon7, Cameron
Davis 5, Stephen Shelley
17, Jarrod Batson 2. Totals
179-1546.

PCA t48)
Heinold 5. Ma Goetsch
13, Mi. Goetsch 15, Riche
4, Andrews 11. Totals 16
13-1848.

Baker 77, Freeport 41:

Baker 14 22 19 22 77
Fireport 9 10 913 41

BAKER (771
Austin McCart 4, Josh
Rose 5, Colton Henry 14,
Chad Donley 13. Chad
Lawhon 6 Cameron
Davis 2, Plullip Hills 4-
Stephen Shelley 23. Jarrod
Batson 6 Totals 26 6 7-12
77.

FREEPORT (41)
Alex New'kirk 7, lamey '
Goddm 17, Aaron Knight
7, lohnny McCormick S,
C.J Bates 2. Totals 10 2
15-2041.

Laurel Hill 60, Gainer
59:
Gainer 11 23 14 11 59
LH 10 12 12 26 60

GAINER (59)
.D.A. Jones 20,. D.5
Jones 7, Brandon Glerni.
6, McQuell Spelhlan 17,
Inman 7, Grandison 2.

LAUREL HFLL (60)
leffrev Reese 2S.
Richard Dixon 6, Zack
Sledge 11, Wdl Sherwood
8, Jace Smith 3, Ethan
,.Jackson 1, Seth Strickland
3.



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Laurel Hill travels to Graceville for tournament

The Hoboes and Gators look to weigh their competition on Thursday's big games


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


A Week Recap:


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oints inthegame against Paxton for the
District I-IA championship.


Ann Spann I Cres-tview Ne\N s Bullenn
Davidson Middle School All Conference
players were Holly Stanford and (not pic-
tured) Shadai Valentine.


Ann Spann I Crestvew News Bulletin
Richbourg's Tekia Davis moves the ball down the
court during the Roadrunners county tournament
game against Pryor.


Ann Spann I Cretyrview News Bulletin
Hobo Jace Smith receives a bounce pass from Zack
Sledge during the district championship game.


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Robert Young I Crectview' Ne.ws Bulletin
Tom Gordon holds a wooden board in position
for Gunnar Curcio to break. This is just one of the
tasks needed to complete to move up in rank.


Robert Young I Creshtiew Ne-.' Bulletin
Alberto Barbon kicks through two wooden boards to complete one of his tasks during
testing at Gordon Martial Arts on Thursday.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Will Sherwood tries to
get out of a defensive trap during
the Laurel Hill / Paxton champi-
onship game. Paxton ended up
winning the matchup 49-45. The
Hoboes will meet District 2-1A
champions Graceville on Thursday
at 7 p.m.


Ann Spann "1Cr.1tview New% Bulletin-

Hobo Zack Sledge rises for a hook shot against Gainer's DeAndre.
Jones during the District 1-1A semifinal game on Friday night. -


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Hobo fans and
cheerleaders root on
their team in the
District 1-1 A-
championship game.








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LSU: Why are people giving Bertman such a hard time?

, Lousiana State Universityathlettc-director Skip Bertman fires basketball coach John Brady in midst of shaky season


Scott McKinney
Syndicated SEC Columnist

No one can ever call
outgoing LSU athletic
director Skip Bertman a
"lame duck".
Bertman is a short-
timer at LSU, set to retire
at the end of June, but
he is not just cashing a
check. Bertman is busy
running the day-to-day
affairs of the Tiger athletic
department, as well as
still promoting his vision
for the future of LSU
athletics;,
Just ask John Brady.
Brady has been the
head basketball coach
at LSU for-a-decade but
was fired last 'reek. The
Tigers have the worstt
record in the SEC with a
month remaining in the
regular season. Bertman
decided enough was
enough. Typically, athletic
directors wait until after
a season is completed to
make personnel changes.
Not Bertman.
So what if there is still


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at least a month left in
the season. Who cares if
it might disrupt the team.
All Bertman knew was the
Tiger basketball team was
the worst he has seen in
over 30 years around Baton
Rouge, and things were
not getting any better.
Why wait, then, if
things are in such dire
shape? The old baseball
coach took over and
said it was time to cut
the losses and move
on. When Bertman was
in charge of the LSU
baseball program, if a
pitcher did not have it,
it was time to make a
change. No need to wait
until the end of an inning.
The same applies to how
Bertman has run the Tiger
athletic department.
Some laughed and
others scoffed when
Bertman was named
to take over the multi-
million dollar athletic
department at LSU
in 2001. How could a
baseball coach know
anything about running a


successful business?
Bertman has proved all
of the naysayers wrong,
as he did when he took
over the LSU baseball
program in 1984. In six
years as LSU's director
of athletics, Bertman has,
added to his impressive
list of on-the-field
achievements, leading the
Tigers to new heights and
winning more national
championships than ever
before.
Under his direction,
LSU enjoyed arguably
the greatest athletics
year in the history of the
'institution in 2003-04.
Three teams won national
championships, nine
teams finished in the
nation's top ten, and
fourteen teams ranked in
the top 25. LSU teams also
showed improved grade
point averages across all
sports, and graduation
rates improved by over 40
percent.
Today, LSU is
considered one of the
nation's elite athletic


programs, attracting
interest from around
the globe. And, while
supervising the Tigers'
progress on the playing
fields, Bertman has begun
to implement measures
necessary to realize his
vision of building the LSU
athletics department into
the best in the country.
His plan to rebuild or
refurbish most of LSU's
athletic facilities met with
much opposition, but is
moving full steam ahead
with unparalleled results.
With all of this being ,
said, we should not be
surprised that Bertman
saw fit to make a
change at the top of the
LSU men's basketball
program. The move has
drawn some ire since
many remember it was
only two short years
ago that Brady led the
Tigers to the Final Four.
But, according to the will
of Bertman, reaching
championship levels
is something that is
expected every year, not


every so often.
Brady had his share
of problems at LSU. His
demeanor on and off the
floor turned off many
fans. He was considered
arrogant and abrasive by
'many alumni. He also
lived through a very
public and humiliating
divorce that played
out in the Baton Rouge
newspaper and radio talk
shows.
But, he could recruit,
and he could coach.
To his credit when
he arrived at LSU, the
program was under
probation and, hurting
from a recruiting scandal.
Brady went to work, first
on changing the image of
LSU basketball and then
on building a winning
program.
Ultimately, perhaps
the most stinging fact
was that LSU won the
SEC West only twice,
during his tenure. That
was something Bertman
could not swallow.
Bertman won seven SEC


titles and five national
championships as the
Tiger baseball coach.
Anything less by any of
his coaches now would be
unacceptable.
When the final out is
recorded on Bertman's
athletic administration
career at LSU later this
year, you can rest assured
that even on his last day in
the office, the old baseball
coach will still be fighting,
still pushing forward and
still looking for ways to
improve Tiger athletics.

Scott McKinney is the
host of the syndicated
sports talk radio program
"Southern Sports
Tonight" heard in over
100 cities across the South
every Monday through
Friday afternoon. He
also appears on Lincoln
Financial Television's
SEC Game of the Week as
well as ESPN Regional
college football coverage.
He can be reached at
southernsportstonight@
yahoo.com.


Former LHS star Reese and Commodores fall to Raiders

Former Laurel Hill basketball player scores 12 points during his Panhandle Conference game against OWC


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE The Gulf
Coast Community College
mens' basketball team, led by
former Laurel Hill star Brad
Reese, traveled to Niceville
on Saturday to take on OWC
(23-2, .8-1) in a Panhandle
Conference game.
GCCC fell to the Raiders,
99-56 in a sweep.
Commodore Byron
Walker scored 13 points to
lead GCCC and Reese was
behind with 12.
Gulf Coast (17-10, 3-6)
will travel to Panama City
to take on Tallahassee
Community College for
another Panhandle matchup
on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Look 'for more coverage
on former LHS player Brad
Reese in upcoming issues.


Nick Tomecek I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Left: Gulf Coast's Brad Reese shoots a 3-pointer in Saturday's game against OWC in Niceville.
Right: Brad Reese looks to make a play during the GCCC Panhandle Conference game against
Okaloosa-Walton College on Saturday night.


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Crestview's Tom Hammonds works
new engine setup for next qualifier in
the NHRA Pro Stock circuit this year


the
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Ponita Perry
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FRIDAY
POMONA, Cali.-
Tdm Hammonds has
been plagued with
clutch problems for'
the last two days of,
competition at the
at the 48th Annual
CarQuest Auto Parts
Winternationals.
These clutch
problems have kept
him from qualifying
for elimination on
Sunday.
Saturday's first
qualifying attempt
had the best weather
conditions to date;
therefore it was key
for Team Hammonds-
to make sure its set-ups
gaxe them the results
the team was seeking.
As it stood, excessive
tire spinning had been
a reoccurring problem
in both runs as well.
On Thursday,
the- clutch was too
aggressive. They made
a few adjustments, and
still the adjustments
were not enough.
Apparent in the
quahlifvmng race on
Friday. controlling the
excessive tire spinning
down the track was
once again a problem.
Crew Chief Jerry
Eckman confirms, We
have identified the
problems, and we are
moving forward to,
correct them.
Having these issues
and still being able
to record competitive
speeds shows that
the Cobalt has the
horsepower needed,
but it needs to be
harnessed to achieve
the results for which
they are looking. The
set-up needs to be even
less than in the past.to
get a qualifying spot.
Right now we
are working on two
problems, which are
.softening the clutch
and working on the
chassis for more
traction. Once we have
these problems solved,
we hope to qualify
tomorrow. Eckman.

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qualifying field with
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plans were doused
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Parts \Vinternationals.
Recording an
elapsed time of 6 75
seconds (206.70 mph),
Hammonds recorded
a promising time with
the aggressive set-up.
According to Crew
Chief Jerry Eckman,
they were over-
prepared for the race.
A change in a
number of factors to
include adjusting the
clutch, which proved to
be too aggressive and
changing some gear
ratios, put the team on
target for qualifying.


He put the changes
to work at the Auto Club
Raceway in Pomona,
Calif. when he made
a run to move up in
standings to qualify for
elimination on Sunday.
Running his second
season on the NHRA Pro
Stock circuit, Chevrolet
backed Hammondsmnade
a triumphant return to
full-time drag racing
at the Gatornationals
Gainesville Raceway in
March 2007.
He is the only African
American owner (Tomr
Ha mmond.s Enterprises,
LLC) and driver of a
race team in professional
motor sports.

ABOUT
HAMMONDS
Previous owner of a
Chevrolet dealership,
Hammonds was
drafted 9th overall in
the 1989 NBA draft
and enjoyed his career
with Washington,
Denver, Charlotte, and
Minnesota where he
completed his career.
Before his illustrious
NBA career, he played-
college basketball at
Georgia Tech, where
his jersey was retired
for being the fourth all
time leading scorer and
received a bachelors
of. science in business
management. A native
of Crestview, he ,was
inducted into the All
Sports Association Hall
ot Fame of Fort Walton
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


CHS awards top soccer Dawgs

The Crestview High School soccer team has its annual end of season banquet


Pam Golden
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview High
School varsity boys soccer
team posted one big win,
a few more wins and more
losses than anyone wanted
during 2007-08.
Yet neither that record -
nor even the junior varsity
team's 8-2-3 record was
the big story for the year.
The big story is the level
to which the soccer program
raised expectations for
athletes.
"I knew it was game day
when I saw the players in
the hall," CHS Principal Ed
Coleman told the players
during their end-of-season
banquet Feb. 8. "You set a
new standard for athletes
at Crestview High School."
Coleman was talking
about the game-day dress
code, which required
button-down shirts, ties
and slacks. Other teams
now also are adopting the
practice.
"You're trendsetters,"
Assistant Principal Jason
Driver said. "You led the
school in pride for
your team and in pride for
yourselves."
The 2007-08 season was
another year of growth for
a young program and
it's the first of many years
the first-season coaches
plan to lead the team.
'"We're going to be here
and we're dedicated to
doing this,", coach Brian
Massey said, speaking for
himself and assistant coach
Erik Clauson.
The 2007-08 campaign
"was a tough season,"
Massey said. "But we have
something to build on."
Massey noted the team
is losing only three seniors
- Casey Anderson, Rusty
Golden and Philip Piaget,
"and we have a lot of
juniors returning."
Two of those juniors


Rusty Golden Special News Bulletin
Above: Varsity Four Crestview High School boys varsity soccer players took
home awards Feb. 8. Pictured left to right: front row, J.T. Arnold, Most Improved
Player of the Year; Min Chong, Defensive Player of the Year; and David Pyle,
Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year. Back row, Coach Brian
Massey, Assistant Coach Erik Clauson. Not pictured, Player's Choice, Casey
Anderson.
Below: Junior Varsity Pictured left to right: Coach Brian Massey; Assistant
Coach Erik Clauson; Kodi Nimpchaimanatham, Most Improved Player; Jacob
Gourlie, Offensive Player of the Year, Most Valuable Player and Player's Choice;
Taylor Norris, 12th Man Award; and Kenny Born, Defensive Player of the Year.


took home awards Friday
night.
Junior David Pyle was
named Most Valuable
Player and Offensive Player
of the Year. Defensive Player
of the Year was junior Min
Chong. Most Improved


Player of the Year was
sophomore J.T. Arnold.
The Player's Choice went
to senior Casey Anderson.
On the Junior Varsity
team, Jacob Gourlie was
named the Offensive
Player of the Year, the Most


Valuable Player and the
Player's Choice. Defensive
Player of the Year went
to Kenny Born. Most
Improved Player was Kodi
Nimpchaimanatham. The
12fl Man Award went to
Taylor Norris.


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GMA: Two students make their way to black belt

Gordon Martial Arts' students Brandon Pierce and Chris Stevens earn their black belt on Friday after more than two years


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Earning' black belts
at Gordon Martial Arts
was more than just an
achievement for Brandon
Pierce and Chris Stevens.
It was a battle.
For Stevens, it was a
notch in the life-belt he
will take with him to
the Coast Guard in the
upcoming months.
For Pierce, it was a
long road finally ended
after an endeavor of
almost five years.
When GMA opened
up on Nov. 1, 2003 Pierce
was the first person
to pen his name on a
member application.
"He's been with us
since we started," owner
Tom Gordon said.
"There's been a few
times where he was going
to quit."
But quitting was not
the path Pierce ended up
taking.
His peers kept bringing
him back on the mat, to
finish what he started.
"It feels so good that
after more than four years
I really accomplished my
goal," Pierce said.
"My family and I went
through some hard times
together, but we got past
it and they helped me
in getting where I am. I
wanted this so I would
be more confident, and
to take care of myself in
any situation."
P Obtaining black belt
in Tae Kwan Do can
take anywhere from
three years to as long as
Pierce's journey.


Robert Young I Crestview News
Bulletin
Above: Chris Stevens
performs a crescent kick
over his father's head
during a combat scenario
at testing. Testing lasted
for more than two hours
on Thursday.

Right: Chris Stevens
poses for a picture after
being awarded black belt
in the art of Tae Kwan Do
at Gordon Martial Arts.
He's been a member of
the local school for more
than two and half years.

"Nineteen out of 20
people leave after a
certairi period of time,"
Gordon said.


"Those people give up what I admire about
because they think they him."
can't do it. Brandon just Admiration was also
kept pushing and that's the feeling Stevens'


Robert Young I Crestview News
Bulletin
Above: Brandon Pierce
chops through a wooden
board during the initial
stages of his testing on
Thursday. This was his
first time testing for the
rank.

Left: Brandon Pierce
smiles after being
awarded black belt for
the four-plus years he's
put into the art. Along-
side Brandon is owner
Tom Gordon, wife Lisa
and instructors Steve
Bledsoe and Bo Jackson.
father emitted when he
talked about his son.
Chris Stevens had
different reasons for


taking up Tae Kwan Do.
"My dad actually was
here before me and got
me into the program,"
Chris Stevens said.
"When I first started
most of it came easy to
me, but at times I really
had to work hard with
the instructors. Testing
is even harder in some
cases, because you
have to know all your
patterns and material as
well know how to do it
properly."
Both Stevens and
Pierce tested on Thursday
and received their ranks
on Friday.
After school Stevens
will be on his way to
the Coast Guard in the
summer. It won't end his
interest in Tae Kwon Do.
"I plan on coming back
after the Coast Guard,"
Stevens said.
"I can't just stop what
I've worked three years
for."
Whether or not these
boys meet again inside
a martial arts school, the
lessons learned within
it will stay with them
forever.
"Martial arts helps
kids and young adults in
college, marriage and in
life," Gordon said.
"We teach students
how to have confidence,
how to learn the material,
and we want these kids to
pass. If you can't handle
the material or break
some boards then you
cannot handle real-life
pressure. We want you
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Okaloosa
Saves Week
Okaloosa Saves is
hosting activities from
Feb. 24 to'March 2 in
observance of Okaloosa
Saves Week.
The organization is
committed to building
wealth, not debt, in our
community, and is providing
information to get everyone,
including children, involved
in saving for a better future.
Last year, 97 children saved
a total of $9,907 during
the group's Child Savings
Project. Activities and free
seminars are as follows:
Feb. 21 talk radio show
on WFTW 1260 AM.
Feb. 23 free investor
seminar, 1 4 p.m. at the
Fort Walton Beach Library.
Call 833-9590 to register.
Feb. 27: Basic investing
at the Niceville library at
10:30 a.m.
Feb. 28: Okaloosa Saves
featured at 5:30 p.m. during
the "Focus on Okaloosa"
live talk show on Cox
Communications Channel
6.
Feb. 29: Identity theft
seminar (8:30-9:30 a.m.)
and community shredding
(9 a.m. 1 p.m.) at First
Presbyterian Church in
Crestview. Bring up to
five boxes of personal
documents for commercial
shredding by Shred It.
March 1: Financial Expo
at Santa Rosa Mall, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Piggy Bank Beauty
Pageant details: call
Janet Lipscomb at
729-5207, Kristan Howard
at 244-9900, ext. 225 or
e-mail them at lipscomj@
owc.edu or Kristan@
beachcommunitybank.com.

Money trap seminar
Whether seniors will be
able to effectively preserve
their wealth.for their
spouses, heirs and future
generations is a looming
question. Financial advisor
Bill Burns will host a free
consumer awareness event
on Feb. 19 at Rutherfords
465, located at 465 Regatta
Bay Blvd. in Destin.
The meeting will last
from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., and will cover the nine
money traps that routinely
cost seniors thousands 6f
dollars.
Lunch will be served free
of charge. Tickets are free,
with a limit of 4 tickets per
call, but seating'is limited.
Call 1-800-436-1627, Ext.
72030 for a recorded
message about the
seminar, and record your
name and address for your
free tickets to be mailed to
you.

SBA disaster
loan deadline
March 3.is the filing
deadline for the U.S. Small'
Business Administration's
(SBA) disaster loan
program. Businesses that
sustained damage from a
severe drought on Jan. 1
or later are encouraged to
apply.
Call the SBA's Customer
Service Center at
1-800-659-2955 (hearing
impaired 1-800-877-8339)
from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Eastern Standard Time,
Monday through Friday.
Applications can be
downloaded from www.
sba.gov online. Mail
completed applications
to U.S. Small Business
Administration, Processing
and Disbursement Center,
14925 Kingsport Road, Fort
Worth, TX 76155.


Regional
MatchMaker
Northwest Florida
Regional MatchMaker
'in Pensacola on Feb.
26, 2008. The workshop
provides area minority
business owners with
practical advice on how to
do business with the State
of Florida. Registration
begins on Feb. 12. '


Torey Alston, Office
of Supplier Diversity
director, will share
information about the
2010 Plan in the morning.
To connect minority
vendors with government
spenders, vendors can
schedule 15-minute, one-
on-one appointments in the
afternoon to market their
companies to government
and private purchasing'
officials.


For details visit: http://
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or contact Bridget Lee at
(850) 487-0915 or Bridget.
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Peanut board
nominees
The Florida Peanut
Producers Association is
seeking eligible peanut
producers to serve on the
National Peanut Board.


The association will hold
a nominations election
for a member and an
alternate during the annual
membership meeting Feb.
21 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Jackson County Agricultural
Complex on Penn*Avenue
in Marianna.
Chosen nominees
will serve until Dec. 31.
The USDA requires two.
nominees from each
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with membership reflecting
the diversity of individuals
served by the program.
For details, call (850)
526-2590.

US Airways adds
non-stop flights
On April 6, US Airways
will begin operations from
the'Okaloosa Regional
Airport with three daily non-


stop flights to the airlines'
largest hub the Charlotte
Douglas International
Airport in Charlotte, N.C.
"The entire Gulf Coast is
showing exciting growth,"
said US Airways Direct of
Express Planning, Jason
Reisinger. "We are thrilled
to bring more vacationers,
business travelers and
military personnel to the
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age 20 and older are
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for us," Newton said.
"The effects it has on
one's life and health is
tremendous. However,
it's important that we
educate our members and
others in the community
on how to prevent and
fight the disease."
Newton said one of
the biggest factors in
achieving weight loss is
exercise. One of the best
ways to lose body fat is
through steady aerobic


exercise, such as walking,
for more than 30 minutes
most days of the week.
In addition to
weight loss, exercise
and physical activity
can help individuals
who are overweight or
obese lower their risk
for developing Type 2
diabetes.
"To lose weight and
combat obesity, you
have to be committed to
changing your lifestyle,"
Newton said. "Exercise
is crucial, yes, but so
is changing your diet
and keeping a positive
outlook."
Newton offers
the following tips to
women in the Crestview
community in an effort
to assist them with their
weight loss efforts
Have a plan: Work
out a strategy that will
gradually change your'
habits and attitudes.
.Consider how often
and how long you will


exercise.
Set realistic goals:
Weight-loss goals can
include exercising
regularly, outcome goals
such as losing 20 pounds.
Eliminating certain foods
also is an acceptable
goal.
Avoid food triggers:
Distract yourself from
your desire to eat with
positive activities, such as
taking a walk or calling a
friend. Avoid unhealthy
foods and big portions.
Eat when yolu are actually
hungry; not when you
think it's time to eat.
Keep a record: Keep
a record of your diet
and exercise activities so
you can reinforce good
habits and discover
any behaviors you
may need to improve.
Tracking other health
parameters such as blood
pressure and cholesterol
levels will contribute
to understanding your
overall health.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW The
Crestview Public Library
is more than a great source
for information on just
about any topic.
It's also the place to
turn for answers to pesky
questions about your
income tax and assistance
in preparing your return.
Local AARP volunteers
are available four days
a week to help area
residents who can't
afford professional tax
preparation companies
or who have troubles
deciphering the
'.bewildering maze of IRS
regulations.
Volunteers come from
a variety of professional
backgrounds. AARP


members helping filers on
a recent Monday evening
.included a retired teacher,
a civil servant, a retired
CPA and a member of the
Crestview City Council.
"We all do different
things," said volunteer
Sammy Merritt, a retired
teacher. "This is our civil
service. It's our volunteer
thing."
You don't need to
belong to the AARP or
even meet its membership
age minimum to take
advantage of the national
organization's local efforts
on behalf of taxpayers.
"We'll take most
everybody," Merritt said.
Assistance is provided
on a first-come, first-
served basis, so Merritt
encouraged filers to visit
early in the fax season.


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she said.
Merritt said most
returns are e-filed. She said
most refund checks arrive
in two to three weeks.
For more details, call the
library at (850) 682-4432.

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FROM THE AARP
What: Assistance with
questions and filing
When: Through April .
15, Mondays 2-6 p.m,,
Tuesday and Thursdays
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Fridays 9
a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Crestview Public
Library, 1445 Commerce
Dr. (behind the post of-
fice), (850) 682-4432.


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BUSINESS NEWS
continued from B8

Fort Walton Beach/Destin area while also
offering the local residents from Niceville to
Navarre worldwide travel options through our
Charlotte hub."
This new service will be operated by
US Airways Express using 50-seat CRJ200
regional jet aircraft. Fares can be purchased
immediately at www.usairways.comrn or by
calling 800-428-4322.

Crestview
Chamber news
Airport Committee meeting Tuesday,
Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. at the Chamber. Debbie
Bodenstine and Larry Sassano will discuss
the "Enterprise Zone" around the Bob Sikes
Airpark.
Membership luncheon Feb. 19, 11:30 -
12:30 p.m. at Airport Road Church of Christ.
To be a sponsor, contact Stephanie at
682-3212.
The Education Committee will sponsor
a College and Career Night for high school
students at the Baker Area Recreation Center
on Feb. 26 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Governmental Issues Committee meeting
Feb. 27 at 8 a.m. at the Chamber. A
Northwest Florida Water Management District
representative will be the featured speaker.
Sadie Hawkins Texas Hold 'Em & Casino
Night, Feb. 29 from 6-10 p.m. at Foxwood
Country Club. Suggested donation of $100 to
reserve one of 36 seats at the Hold 'Em table.
Suggestion of $50 at the door for other casino
games. Your business will be recognized for
the contribution as they are distributed during
the evening and on display at the door prize
table.
For details on -these events, visit www.
crestviewchamber.com or call 682-3212.

Agribusiness conference in Jay
The 2008 Gulf Coast Agribusiness
Conference is Thursday, Feb. 21, 8:30 a.m. -
;-3:30 p.m. at the West Florida Research and
Education Center in Jay.
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.

Vendors needed
The GFWC Gulf Coast Woman's Club is
looking for vendors for the Home Party Expo
on Feb. 23, hosted by GFWC Gulf Coast
Woman's:Club. Proceeds will go to help
Fund American Cancer Society's R.O.CK.
-Scholarships for children who have had
'cancer. For more information call Ann Bruce
at 769-5516.

OWC trustees approve nursing
degree proposal
The presidents of Okaloosa-Walton College
and University-of West Florida have jointly
requested that the Florida State Board of
Education authorize OWC alone to operate
the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
The program has,been managed jointly by
'OWC and UWF since 2004.
The move was cited as a cost savings
for students and the state of Florida due to
OWC's lower tuition rate, and an increase
in program efficiency via single program
management.
The proposal has been approved by OWC
trustees for the board's January meeting, and
could be in force for OWC's fall semester.

Torch Award applicants
The Better Business Bureau is accepting
applications for the 2008 Torch Award for
Marketplace Ethics.
To be considered, a company or 501 (c)(3)
charity must have been in business for one
year or more with the same ownership and
may not hold an unsatisfactory record with
your BBB. BBB accreditation is not required to
enter, however, applicants must be physically
located within the BBB of Northwest Florida's
service area, including Escambia, Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa, or Walton counties. Past award
recipients are eligible after a three-year
waitingperiod.
The application deadline is April 4.
Recipients will be recognized at a series of
luncheons in May.
For an application guide and entry form,
suggestions for completing an application for
the Torch Award or information on the Student
Ethics Scholarship, please visit www.nwfl.bbb.
org/TorchAward or call 1-800-729-9226.


BBB Student Ethics Scholarship
The Better Business Bureau is accepting
applications from high school junior and
senior students in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Walton, and other counties for its 2008 BBB
Student Ethics Scholarship program.
Nine $1,000 scholarships have been set
up for those who plan to attend an accredited
college in the'United States or Canada.
To apply, students should contact their
principal or guidance counselor, or download
an application at www.nwfl.bbb.org/
TorchAward. Entries must be postmarked by
April 4.
For details or to sponsor a scholarship, call
(850) 429-0002 or start with bbb.org.


Crestview Young Professionals forming


New organization is a
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW They're
ybung, they're enthused and
they're banding together for
their own betterment as well
as that of the community.
The Crestview Young
Professionals is a brand-
new committee of the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce.
"We're targeting local
professionals aged 21 to
41 to come together for
leadership and professional
development, networking
and giving back to the
Crestview community," said
member Jermi Perkins, editor
and publisher of Coastal
Christian Family magazine.
Any young area
' professional or
businessperson is welcome
to attend an information
session Feb. 28 at 1 p.m.
at the Crestview Chamber


"Young people think there are no job

opportunities here or opportunities

for professional growth. But there are

viable job opportunities here, and they


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office.
"Young people think there
are no job, opportunities
here or opportunities for
professional growth,"
Perkins said. "But there are
viable job opportunities
here, and they can be leaders
in this community."
The committee has
formed a seven-person
advisory board consisting
of Katie Sharon, Vanguard
Bank; Tonda Haigler, North
Okaloosa Medical Center;
Dr. Heather Hankison,
Hankison Chiropractic; Blake
White, Premier Community
Bank of the Emerald Coast;
Chris Trusler, Cox Business
Services; Ashley" Bailey,
Okaloosa County Sheriff's,
Department; and Perkins.
"Part of our program
goals is to reach out to high.
school and college students
and develop them as leaders
who would think of staying
here and developing a


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business," said Perkins.
This first meeting will
be brainstorming session
to help organizers. get a
consensus about what the
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who "'want to be a part
of it and to have a hand
in developing it from
the ground up," Perkins
explained.'
" "The more ideas we have
the better the ideas become,"
she said. "We want to get a
lot of people involved. We're
planning to grow."
For more information,
call the Chamber at (850)
682-3212.


this community."
Jenni Perkins

CRESTVIEW
YOUNG
PROFESSIONALS
Committee of the
Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
Who: Area business
leaders and
professionals age 21-41
What: Informational and
organizational session
When: Thurs., Feb 28,
1 p.m.
Where: Cresiview
Area Chamber of
Commerce Building, 502
South Main St., (850)
682.3212.









WEDlNESDAY, FERULARY 13, 2008


CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I Bli


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APLANE


Davis, deceased File
N u m b e r
08-CP-000092S, is pend-
ing in the Probate Court,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida in the Probate Court,
Okaloosa County,
Florida, the address of
which is:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex
1250 Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FL. 32579


The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.


FILED WILL BE Jason Turnage against you for the nex, Shalimar, FL 32579,
FOREVER BARRED. unit 1 relief demanded in before service on Peti- Single white male 70
the petition, tioner or immediately 5'8 1701bs. Looking for
The date of the first Devyn Donahue thereafter. If you fail to a small white lady 62-72.
publication of this notice unit M38 Copies of all court do so, a default may be I am easy goin and
is February 6, 2008 documents in this entered against you for easy to please. Just need
Jeffrey Carter case,, including the relief demanded in a ood woman to share
Personal Representative: unit M60 orders, are available the petition.an do things together.
ItL lnP witp PRLBPC)


Dawn L. Garcia"
106 Kiplinq Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
SALLY Y. NORRIS


Attorney -For personal
Representative
ROBISON R. HARRELL &
ASSOCIATES, P.A.
3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Flrida 32579
(850) 631-1111
Florida Bar Number:


.. .- ALL INTERESTED 0023840
IN THE CIRCUIT PERSONS ARE
COURT FOR THE NOTIFIED THAT: 02/06/2008
FIRST JUDICIAL 02/13/2008


CIRC
CO
PRC
08
In Re:
RAY F
a/k/a
Decea


TO
HAVI
DEMN
THE


UIT IN AND FOR All creditors of the dece-
OKALOOSA dent, and other persons
UNTY, FLORIDA having claims or de-
OBATE DIVISION mands against the
CASE NO.: decedent's estate, on
8-CP-000092S whom a copy of this no-
tice is served,within three
The Estate of months after the date of
ORREST DAVIS the first publication of this
a Ray F. Davis notice, must file their
ised. claims with this court,
WITHIN THE LATER O0
NOTICE TO THREE MONTHS AFTER
CREDITORS THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
ALL PERSONS NOTICE OR THIRTY
NG CLAIMS OR DAYS AFTER THE DATE
HANDS AGAINST OF SERVICE OF A COPY
ABOVE ESTATE: OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


The administration of the
estate of RAY FORREST
DAVIS a/k/a Ray F.

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Deep Cleaning Special
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All types of Concrete
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Legal # 1002:
NOTICE OF A


77
AUCTION


In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Advance
Storage, Inc located at
5180 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to thewhi hest
bidder the householdand
other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid
by the tenants.


Advance Storage I


All other creditors of the John Mizak
decedent, and persons unit .C29
having claims or de-
mands against Melissa Gates
decedent's estate, must unit F4
file their claims with- this
court WITHIN THREE Zelma Blocton
MONTHS AFTER THE unit-C1
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- uni
LOCATION OF THIS NO- Advanced Storage 11
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND Jessica Beulieu
OBJECTIONS NOT SO unit M63


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F70HER ERVCES
6L. mI


The sale shall take place
on February 16, 2008 at
9:00-10.00 a.m. at Ad-
vance Storage.


at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents
upon request.


02/09/08 You must keep the
02/13/08 Clerk of the circuit
Court's office notified
Legal # 100280 of your current
address. (You may
NOTICE OF SALE FOR file Notice of Current
STORAGE Address, Florida
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Suprime Court
BELONGING TO THE Approved Family
PARTIES NAMED BE- Law Form 12.915)
LOW AND LISTED BY Future papers in this
UNIT NUMBER WILL lawsuit will be
BE SOLD AT- PUBLIC mailed to the
SALE BY DAY'S address on record at
PAC-RAT MINI- the clerk's office.
STORAGE AT THE
MINI- STORAGE LO- WARNING: Rule
CATED AT 2510 S. 12.285, Florida Fam-
FERDON BLVD. ily Law Rules of Pro-
CRESTVIEW, FLA, ATf cedure, re-
9:00 A.M. December quirescertainn auto-
17 2007 UNLESS matic disclosure of
CHARGES ARE PAID documents and in-
IN FULL BEFORE THE formation. Failure to
TIME OF SALE. comply can result in


NAME:JESUS
ALVAREZ
UNIT # 10
02/12/08
02/20/08

Legal # 100281


sanctions, including
dismissal or 'striking
of pleddinig.
Dated February 8, 2008
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK. OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Duent-v.Clerk


IN THE CIRCUIT '
COURT OF THE FIRST 02/13/08
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 02/20/08
AND FOR 02/27/08
OKALOOSA 03/01/08
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE -
NO.:05-DR-2578-C


IN RE: The Marriage of


Legal 100272


Lacy Ann Holly IN THE CIRCUIT
Petitioner/ Wite, COURT.
OF THE FIRST JUDI-
ahd CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
Darrell Dwyane Holly, OKALOOSA
Respondent/ Husband. COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF ACTION CASE
FOR DISSOLUTION! NO.:08-DR-85-S
OF MARRIAGE DIVISION


TO: LACY 'GENTRY
HOLLY LARRY
Last known address: BOUDREAUX,
788 NAVY STREET Petitioner,
FT. WALTON BEACH ,
FLORIDA 32547 and


YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a Counterpetition of
Dissolution of Marriaae
and Other Relief WitR
Property And Miner
Children, including
claims for dissolution of
marriage, custody,
payment of debts, and
division of real and
personal property, has
een filesdagainst you
and that you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if
any, on Petitioner's attor-,
ney, Connie Roper
whose address is PO.
BOX 249 Crestview,
Florida 32536 on or
before March 21, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
101 James Lee.
Boulevard Crestview,
Florida 32536 before
service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately
thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default
may be entered


JAMES


BRENDA FAYE
BOUDREAUX,
Respondent.
NOTE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Brenda Faye
Boudreaux
Respondent's Last Known.
Address
203-13th Street
Panama City Bch,, FL
3241.3' :
YOU XIRE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are requIired to serve a
copy of our; written de-
fenses, if any to it on
Larry James Boudreaux,
whose address is
203-13th Street, Panama
City Bch&, FL 32413 on
or before March 10,
2008, qndd file the oriai-
nal with the clerk of ltis
Court at Okalooso
County Courthouse An-


Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. [ You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
re uires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
ina dismissal or striking
ofpleadings.
Dated: 1-31-08


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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I PETS & ANIMALS |
COURT 2100- Pets
BY: Kristen Oswald 210 Pets: Free to
Deputy Clerk Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
02/06/08 2130 Farm Animals/
02/13/08 Supplies
02/20/08 2140 Pets/Livestock
02/27/08 Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


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ry 682-3968


y MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
s 3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
S 3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220- Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Cloth ing
3280 Machinery/
3290- Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
S3340 Sporting Goods,
'," 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)




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


Ron's Appliance &
Part oAppen8am-6 Floatation mattress &
Monrs oi. l Sat. Am box sing, queen size,
once parts appliance $50. EK washer & dryer,
ance pa25 ap anc r $50. for the pair.
trt Call 689-10n Sectional sofa reclines
tre et, Call 689-1007. $50o 850-545-4482
After liours 305-8515 $50 obo. 850-545-4482



I 3230 NE T rOJA
Crestview
Covenant Golf Cart
Hospice Golf Cart with charger:
Relay for Life bout 1 rs o
Yard Sale $220 850-974-523
Fri. Feb. 15th
9am-3pm Lavn Mower 21 inch
370 W Redstone snapper self propelled
Ave. 423-0903
Accepting
donations now!
682-3628 --

Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Most Thurs-Sat
9:30am
429 N EPLOYENT
Hathaway St 4100 Help Wanted
Across from Twin Hills 4110- Restaurants/Clubs
Park. Everything V2 offi 4120- Sales
4131 Employment
Information

NEiw OOI JJAV.
Crestview 4100


Indoor Yard
Sale
5572 Old Bethel Rd. Fri.
Feb. 15th & Sat. Feb
16th 9-5

Crestview
MOVING SALE
Fri. & Sat 9am -until
1315 Jeffery Scott Dr.


NEW ONAY

ESTATE SALE
DeFuniak Springs -
Plateau Dr. Fri & Sat.
Feb 15-16. 8-4 Dec-
ades of collections by
Marie Lathinghouse. A
plethora of unique of-
ferings awaits youl
Come see & enjoy eve-
rything from antique,
vintage, & contemjo-
rary periods. You will
even find timeless ex-
quisite evening wear,
never worn but safely
stored. A fun day a-
waits in this historic dis-
trict of DeFuniak Spgs'


Administrative
Looking for a Part time
Receptionist/Circulation
Assistant to work 9:00am
to 1:00pm in a fun but
demanding environment.
Must have good Cus-
tomer Service skills, able
to type at least 40 words
per minute. Answer multi
line phone system. And
other office duties. Apply
at Crestview News Bulle-
tin at 295 W. James Lee'
Blvd. Crestview.
682-6524


Aero/Aviation/Defense
Aircraft Refueler
experienced in the gen-
eral aviation field. Apply
in person Sunshine Aero,
5545 John Givens Rd.,
Crestview, FL,- Bob Sikes
Airport. 682-6811


Compul
Fit
Coi
Part- ti


Panhandle Comput
1099)
Estate S &SAL
Liquidators vironme
ferred.
RF@TAL
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement Drivers
order. Call Jackie
682-4305 Dri

qi No CDE
6 Earn u


Stair Stepper
Gym Quality Compurti-
zed Stair Master Stair
Steer 4000 like new.
$46 obo. 837-6044




2 LG Cell Phone
Chargers


1 each Home and Car
chargers for older model
LG cell phone. $20 for
both. 362-8868, FWB


dorsed
1 86


ter Services
field Service
rmputer Tech
me Field Service
ter Contractor (IRS
needed for W FL
area. Medical En-
int, A + cert pre-
Email
STAR.COM.



ver Trainees
Needed
)L? No Probleml
up .to $900/wk.
weekends with
Company en-
CDL Trainin
6 280-5309


Education
Now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
Learning Tree Day
School, Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.


Quitting

Business

20% 50% OFF
most items
Feb. 12th thru
March lst
563 S. Main St.
The Unique Gift
Shop & Soft
Walkers Novelties


ANNOUNCEMENT s
1100 Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements
1130 Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found




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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008


Education/Training
Childcare
Teacher, PT
Patient & loving person.
Exp. preferred. Flexible
AM & PM hrs req.
682-7319. Lic.
CO 1 OK0071
Healthcare/CNA/Aide
Exp. CNAs
Needed at ALZ. ALF in
Crestview. Evenings &
nights only. 423-12 28
Web ID #27791174


NEw TOAY
Healthcare/Social Srvcs
Substance Abuse
Counselor
needed at Walton Cor-
rectional in Defuniak
Springs. Background
Screening rard. BA & 2
yrs exp. 401 (k) / health
/ denial. Fax resume to
850- 522-1534 or email
SheliaRand@aol.com
Maintenance
Bent Creek Apartments has im-
mediate opening for, mainte-
nance person. 40 hrs. week
with benefits. Experience in
plumbing SR, painting, electri-
cal, and carpentry needed.
Drug free work place, valid dr.
license & transportation re-
guired. Some travel required.
Equal Opportunitv Employer.
209 Bent Creek load Crest-
view, Fl. 32539 8506O85563


SBrand new 3br & 4br,
Post Office Crestview- 2br, 2ba, 2ba homes in. quiet sub-
Now Hiring lc'g, no pets no smok- division. Easy access to
Avp. pay "', -,- -., ,ng' close to vakter Ele- Crestview Niceville.
$5K anally including $00 + Startin at $885, e,
Federal Benefits and $5d a 240 month. $8a8
)fferl h Exnm Ser. 850-689-2221


vices not affiliated
w/USPS who hires.
1-866-497-1015

Post Office
Now Hiring
Av,. pay $20/hour or
$5 K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT.
Offered by Exam Ser-
vices not affiliated
w/USPS who hires.
1-866-497-1015









6100- Business/
S Commercial ...
6110 -Apartments
61i0 Boach Renlals
6130 CondoTownhoasea
6140- tHouse Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Town Rental;
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


Nfgw a 6100


Awesome
Travel Job!!
H,r.,n 18-24 adventur-
ous gtrls & guys to work
and avel al major cities
and resorts areas. No
exp. needed. Transporta-
tion, lodging provided.
$300-$80/week + bo-
nuses! Are you bored,
free to travel and ready
to :la.-t i.-.J -3/
I 800 7'01-1442
w.v'.forcec.reieam corn
Sales.


Crestview .
Office Space
1 to 5 offices in McLains
Office 'Plaza. Utilities 4
common area & janitorial
all included in one per of-
fice fee. 682-0791

Holt 3+ acres fenced
w/ 2400 sq. ft. office
and warehouse on 1-10
@ exit 45 $1500.00
month 850-477-0044
850-232-9490

A- sn


-Salesperson I7 61 o -
Must bi professional with
knowfAge of sewing, Crestview- 2br, I1ba,
loveI working with pea- uiet, gated no pets
pie and can work at Peast $60o mo/$550dep, 12
27 hrs/wk. to start. mo lease req. 585-1574
Margie's 682-6920 or
689.655
8 Crestview apartment
.. $530/1no. Must see to
appreciate 682-1173
4130 *]
Crestview Bent Creek
ATTENTION Apts II Vouchers Ac-
l...:ai people -,eeded o cepted-. Rental assistance
,-rk rlm hc.mr ie rl-ne ma be avail. 1 & 2 BR
S150C4500 PT *FT H b & non-HC accessible
Call Sie.honie apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
1-888-572-4720 Cresview FL. Call 850
682-556, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing. Op-
..... -. portunily

\ Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
S Accepted. Rental assis-
w. ., M ~tance may be available.
I & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
BUSINE55 & FINANCIAL. 209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview, FL. Call
5100 Business 8 5 0 68 2 5 5 6 3.
Opportunities TDD/TTY 711. Equal
5110 Money to Lend Housing Opportunity


NEW TODAY
(For Rent)
Open House
3 br, 2ba, large family
room. Private lake, deck,
pool. Fri Feb 15th & Sat
eb 16th 9-5 5572 Old
Bethel Rd, Crestview

2 and 3 bedrooms for
rent. Call 830-2061 or
682-4070

3br, 2ba w/gar,
screened roc.rr, 6-8 per-
son buhi ,n hot tub,
fenced bacoard Rb.:.
heat, ai- & sepl.c les4
than 5 ,rs .:,Id $115"K
Call Apn, 423-1314



NEW TODAY
American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
2592 'Victoria PI, 2br,
Iba, $685
*311 Strawbridge Dr
3br, 2ba, $900 .
@39 Re 'ent Rd
3 br, 2ba, $1100
0718 Lee Ave.
3 br, 2 ba, $790
,135 Lonnie Jack Dr.
3br 2ba, $795
*502 Forest Ct. 3br,
1:5ba, $795
*296 Oakview PI: 3br,
2ba, $800
*4600 Middleton Rd,
5br 2.5ba, $800
*3957 Bear Creek Rd
2br 1.5ba $825
e374 Brackin St. 3br,
2ba, $825
0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br 2.5ba $845
*217 Southview Dr. 3br
2ba, $850
0221 Pinoak Ct. 3br,
2ba, $850
S1225 Northview Dr.
3br 2ba, $900
*2252 Titanium Dr. 4br,
2ba, $1400
2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br 2ba, $1550
02820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
2ba,$1050
*315 John King Rd,
3 br, 2 ba, $825
*226 Southview Dr.,
3 br, 2 ba, $875
0332 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $740
*1328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba, $1050
*6219 Winstead Rd,
3br 2ba, $875
*130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$950
*1002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1000
*223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


Century 21
Moulton Really
682-3849
Rentals:
* 401 Apple Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $800+dd
0513 WingSpan Way
3br 2/2ba $l000+dd
* 5474 Haburn St 3br,
2ba $1'100mo+dd
* 4295 Batten Rd, 3br
2ba $1000mo+dd
* 2932 Sholtz Ave.
3br, 2ba $1000+dd
* 352 Riverchase Blvd
3 br 2 ba $1075+dd
* 5272 Cavalier Dr.
2br, 1ba, $725mo+dd
* 6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $850mo+dd
* 4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 2/2 ba .
$,2000mo .dd
* 202 Cabana .',ay
3 br 2 ba $'5m.:.+dd
* 121 Trerntor,
3 bi 2 ba OQ50mc.+dd
* 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $'00moedd
* 143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba$875mo+dd
* 545 Tike l
4br 3ba $1250mo+dd
* 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 1031 Lighthouse
Church Rd., Baker
3br, 2ba $650mo+dd
* 1443 Thunder Ridge
Road '
3br, 2ba $950mo+dd


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Coldwell Banker JME Country living, 3br,
Realty 117 Courthouse lparg livng r
Terrace, Creslview, Fl 2a, arge vg room
32536 (850)689-515 wth rr. 2 car' carport,
or l8501682-5922 25 acres with pond. Barn
S0305 Walnut Ave 2br with stalls. Svea area. 20
Sba 700sf $500, trile' min. north of Creslview.
357 Wa(nvt Ave, br, 682-7819 or 585-6128
1 ba 700sf $450 triplex
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no Crestview 4bd. 2.5ba.
pets 1st month rent free, brick home Steeplechase
*286-A Henderson St Sub. near 1-10, 2 car gar-
2br lba, 900sf, $525 age 1930sf. Brazilian
triplex hardwood floor, tile, car-
*2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2 pet, walk in closets, mas-
ba 1244sf $800 no pets. terba. whirlpool w/sep-
*2716 Paddock Circle, rate shower. Stainless
4br 2ba, 2097sf, steel appliances, W/D ,
$1195 endless pool fireplace, -large yard w/
*262 Swaying Pine Ct privacy fence, above
3br 2.5ba, '1309sf, ground pool. Outside
$900, End UnitT pets OK, great neighbor-
*268 Swaying Pine Ct hood, close to shop ing,
3br 2.5ba 1415sf medical center and Eglin,
$960, new townhome $1200. month
*270 Swaying Pine Ct- 803-3556
3br 2.Sba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct ... .. b
3br 2 5ba, 1,528sf, Cresview beautiful
$9'5, new townhome brick 3br 2ba, incl.
0274 Swaying Pine Ct. W/D, $950 + dep.
3br 2 Sba 1 415f Lease purchase option.
$90, n'ew townhome Call 6993833
02385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$805 waterfront Crestview spacious
0226 Runnymeade Drive homes, Avail now. Excel-
2' V1.5 ba, 930sf, lent location. Pets ok.
$6ju0 townhome David 850-423-9728
02385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. 1 br, 1 ba
1352sf $595 util. incl. .,
*114 Feldon Drive 3 br crestview, 3 br, I ba,
2 ba, 1426 s ft,' $906 1400s lare yard, guiet
half off first months rent area. 700/mo + $700
* 5814 Reinke Drive- 4 dd. Cal 865-0184
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $895
in round pool
*1%9 Steeplechase- Dr. 3 Crestview: 5' br, 3 ba,
rr 2 ba 1025 sf 2800sf, all brick. Avail.
$1025, fenced w/large 3/1. $1,250 + DD. Rick
eck. Eerson Broker/Owner
*3267 Fairview Ave. 850-865-7777
,3br, .2ba, 1252sf, $845. www.northwestflahomes.com
1 st month rent free
* 5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba 1636sf
$1675 cul-e-sac636 Crestview:
*2838 Tamiami Trail + 3 br, 2 ba $800+ dd,
4br 2ba, 1942sf 3 br 1 ba $700+ dd.
$1 0 1st month rent Rc person Broker/
tree, Owner u50-865-7777
*4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced Crestview: S. 1-10, 3BR
yard 2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
*114 Hampton Drive dep. Flex lease for
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550 military. 850-502-9340
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
* 2464 Kensinaton 3br,
2.Sba, 1080sf $695, NEW Tu A
large privacy' fenced
4ArdKensington Lane, Janet Johnson
3br 2ba, 1427sf, Realty, Inc
$1000 split bedroom Equal Housing
'803 Aunt Polly Place, )0 1rtunity
3br, 2ba 1702sf, 82-1800
1095 marble fireplace Laurel Hill
* 12.8. Patton St. 2br, 3329 Berrywood Trail
ba, 900sf, $625 lawn 3 br, 2 ba, $650
care provided triplex Baker
for further information 0 1108 Blackberry Circ.
visit www.cbjmeproperty 4 br, 2 ba, $1400
management.com Crestview


Biglbyes.
Wet Noses.
Warm Hearts.




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* ou Gu 0 agnon
3 br, 2 ba, $850
*265 Lindbra St
3 br,2ba.$850
* 420 Oak Place
3 br, 2 ba, $895
* 124 Walker Circle
4 br, 2 ba, $975
*511 Krest Dr.
3 br, 2ba, $995
* 2835 Atoka Trail
4br, 2 ba, $1100
* 1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3 br, 2ba, $1100
* 5251 Mt. Olive Rd
4 br, 2 ba, $1100





THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
NEW CONSTRUCTION
4606 BOBOLINK WAY
3/2 Split floor plan on level lot,
2 car garage $167,200
4637 BOBOLINK WAY
3/2 Split floor plan, gas
fireplace, lots of upgrades
$174,000
6120 WILLOW LANE
3/2 Split floor plan, lots of
upgrades $161,500
5170 PALMETTO AVE
3/2 Split floor plan with lots of
upgrades $158,250
3208TWILIGHT DR
.3/2 Split floor plan with
screened porch & lots of
upgrades $165,000
,6070 Bud Moulton Rd
One acre lot with stately Oak
Trees, fenced back yard, out
building, fireplace, large
kitchen. With a little TLC this
can be your dream home.
$199,900
232 Riverchase
South of 1-10 with heated in
ground pool in a large back
yard, privacy fence, tile & wood
floors throughout $229,000
5594 Pine Lake
3/2 split floor plan with
beautiful hard wood floors,
fireplace and new carpet
throughout, privacy fenced
back yard and large corner lot
$215,000
5650 Goodwin Road
4 acres with large
manufactured home, split
floor plan and lots of upgrades.
Bring your horses and enjoy
the country living just minutes
from town $164,900
104 Eastview
2 story, single car garage south
of 1-10. This little cottage
would make a great starter
home on a large level lot
with back yard privacy fenced
$145,000
5700 J V WOOLLEY RD
Nice 3/2 all brick home on 1
acrejust east of Crestview.
Large carport & back porch
to enjoy the country quiet.
$174,900



Baylis & Davis
Realty
Your Crestiew Connection
ii Ida Bvd

Cetiew
WnaDvs- 6513


Rent to Own

d o nset nv NEW Tl, N


paint 89-7 E" Walnut
3000 down $555mo
37-9798


NEW TODAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
575 2 br, 1 ba
S2117 Hagood Loop
$1295, 4 br,3 ba,2cg
No pets
* 428 Riverchasew
$1300, 3 br, 2: ba, 2 cg
No pets
# 391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd'
1800, 3br, 2V2ba, 2cg
AII Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156



16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
w/ W/D hook up
CH&A, private lot, $695
per mo., $500 dep.
682-1266
3br, 2 ba,1200sq ft.,
2001 Clayton Mobile
Home $675mo/$550
dep. Available Now.
305-2320
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba
$475. 3 br, 1 ba, $575.
No pets. 862-4595 or
217-2750
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba.
537 Long Drive #3.
450/mo+ dep. No pets
vail now. 398-6600


NEW TODAY
Crestview- 2 br, 2 ba
MH, private lot WS&G
inc. $600mo. No pets.
682-6892, leave msg.


NfW TIOAY
Crestview 2br, 1.5ba,
$480mo. Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
welcome. 850-585-8192
..\


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



Crestview- 2 new
homes: Ready to move in
$139 900 each. Call
Rick Epperson Really LLC
850-865.7777
Crestview
Attention Real
Estate
o Professionals
Before you settle for a
2% commission on some-
one else's listings, check
out our 4.5% commission
to the transactional or
buyer's aqenti
MLS#s47799 1
477996, 477998,
477999, 478047. Visit
our website for inventory
photos and floor plans:
www.eaglebldg.com.
CBC#1253662
Creslview
New Homes at
Low Prices
Brand new homes with
bullnose wall corners, ce-
ramic tile, ceiling fans, &
much more. Two homes
are situated on over 1
ac. Prices from
$148,625-$ 169;625.00
First-time buyers' pro-
grams and special rates
For school employees,
law enforcement,
firefighters and nursing
home employees. 100%
financing still available
for qualified buyers.
Mortgage rates are at
their lowest in years.
Contact Amy at
850-428-2473 for more
financing info. Pictures
of homes and builder info
available at
www.eaglebldg.com.
Call builder at
850-682-6569 for show-
ings. CBC#1253662

/EW TODAY

For sale by owner; 3br,
2ba, large bedrooms,
large kitchen, 1 acre,
$1 9,900. 240-0890


Xtreme Boats
All Welded, All Aluminum Boats.
$500-$1,000 Rebates on all Xtreme Boats,
Wealso sell Smoker/BBQ, Flyers,
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wwwxtreaeindustriescom
Toll Free 1-866-04-3376


EHE:V bILET


GREAT HOME
Country Setting on 1 Ac.
1632sf, 3br 2ba with
2c%, Reduced" to
$189,9951
Mildred C. Heaton Really
Inc. 850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806
Holt
REDUCED
1891 S.F. home on 2
acres many xtras
150,000. Century 21
Linda Stegway Moultons
ReALTY 682-3489 or
240-3406
I Stop
Foreclosures.
David 850-423-9728
Destinctive- Realty Inc




MINI-RANCH of
10 Acres
Pasture, pond, sheds;
comfortable, 3br, 2ba
brick home, ust north of
town Mildred C.
Heaton Realty, Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806

Navarre
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.~
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.~ This
home offers 1.82 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2- car arage.~ You
wil find a 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.t You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
Offered at only
$189900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.



i7150
I acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area.
Call 850-240-0890


Ford escort 1996 LX 5
speed good condition
$700. o5o 758-5214


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NEW TODAY

BEAUTIFUL
HOMESITE! TODAY
6 gorgeous acres, huge
hardwood trees, very N
level, 5 mo. north of
town. A must see! Mil- Grand Caravan Sporf
dred C. Heaton Realty, 2001 silver with tinted
Inc. 850-689-1334 or windows, looks and runs
850-582-3806 good. Blue Book $5300.
will sell for $4500. cash'
GREnAT A A, or trade for Unique/ An-
GREATL AND" tique / Classic or old ve-
BUYS hicle of similar value.
and winter is the time to 689-0852
look at land for many
reasons- safer to walk
better visibility and I .
have 30 acres, adjoiningU
Blackwater Forrest, 1o
moved, auiet road. Tim-
ber creek, $5500 P/ac. 2003 Harley
And 8.5 Ac. adjoining 2003Harley
200 Ac. Blackwater For- Davidson 883
rest parcel and 45 ac- Anniversary
res 1250 ft. paved road edtirona
with pond near Blackwa- edition
ter. Mildred C. Heaton 4K miles, tons of extras,.
Really Inc. all receipts, $5700 obo.
850-689-1334 or Call Nick,.
850-582-3806 850-374-2131


Massey Head
REDUCED
3 large lots with utilities
39,000 in Century 21
Moultons Realty linda
68-849 or 240-3406




1968 12'x56' Mobile
home New floor, carpet
paneling. Rewired. $506
682-2034 after6PM-
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.
Crestview 24x60 dou-
ble wide MH. on 1/4
acre lot off Girl Scout d.
New vinyl, well, septic &
porches Good condOnly
$64,900 585-5882







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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/Olf Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


8170






kit for a '9f-'01 Dod
For sall 585-4394









GP800 waverunner (or
compatible year to rob
or bu parts of. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.




1999 Calico
4 horse straight load with
tack room and A/C
$3895. Call 585-1243

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


NEW TODAY
Dutchman Classic
1993 22ft travel trailer,
New AC, new awning,
clean no leaks $4000
firm 826- 2047


I 8340
1997 Fourwind Class
C Ford 460 28 FT.
13500.4 537-3053


Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


..' AN AMERICAN RSWUTION
w a . Your Sliverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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Like New
Saturn Ion Sedan, 2007
Exc. Condition. AC 5sp'
manual r CD/Stereo
55Kmi. 27-35MPG No
Teen Drivers. $7000
892-1363

Nissan Sentra
Spec V 2004
75 350 miles black, 6
spd, 17' Drift Z wheels
with new tires. New ex-
haust & Flowmaster,
Lowered 1 V2 w/Eibach
Springs. Pioneer CD &
iPod hook up. Oil
changed regularly. NeW
wiper bla es. Great
cond. $10K. Call 903
261-3158




Chevrolet S-10 '01
Loaded. One owner.
Tinted. Custom exhaust;:
bedliner, 2WD, 59K.
$6250 obo.
SOLDIl

Chevy 1/2 Ton
1991
very clean low miles;
$3895.585-1243


NIEW TODAY
Chevy S10 1988.
Standard Shift, Runs
Good, AC. 758-6190. :'

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

Ford F350 '97
diesel flatbad, 4x4,'
$7295. Call 585-1243

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




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