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Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Sometimes heroes
manifest themselves in the simple, seem-
ingly little, things they do.
In the Crestview area, they're, quietly
working in Walker Elementary School, the
Northwest Florida Medical Center, with
Foster Families of America and Covenant
Hospice, freeing professional staff to
concentrate on their duties.
HEROES (Helping Everyone Respectfully
Overcome Everyday Situations) Express,
Inc., places developmentally disabled
volunteers in offices, classrooms and other
work environments.
"It's a one-on-one volunteer," explained
HEROES staff member Mary Blasberg, who
was supervising her volunteer in a Walker
Elementary classroom.
Her volunteer assists with crafts,
reading, filing, making wall posters and
photocopies.
"It takes teachers' time away from
students if they have to do some of these
things," said Blasberg. "Our volunteers free
them up to concentrate on teaching."
Volunteers always have a supervisor,
according to Kathy Ellis, who owns HEROES
Express.
"If it wasn't for the staff, I don't know
where we'd be," Ellis said of HEROES' 21
staff members. "They're my backbone."
Staff members are instrumental in
placing volunteers with area businesses and
schools.
"Our volunteers feel like they are giving
back," Ellis said. "Some of them would like
to find jobs in the community, but it's very
hard with their disabilities, and people just
don't want to give them an opportunity.
They may be slow at some things, but other
things they're absolutely wonderful in."
Said Blasberg: "People need to be aware*
that our volunteers are out there in the
community. We're looking for volunteer
spots and part-time jobs for them."
See HEROES A4


NWF Water District discusses 'H20rdinances'


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Apropos the
topic of discussion at Tuesday
morning's Chamber of Commerce
Governmental Issues meeting, the
beverage of choice was water.
Committee chairman Cal
Zethmayr introduced Dan Darner,
Andy Kizlauskas and Bill Young
of the Northwest Florida Water
Management District, a state
department that recently relocated
to Crestview from Pensacola.
Darner introduced the agency's
Environmental Resources
Permitting Program and invited
developers and businesses to
address storm water and wetlands
issues with the Water District
before starting work on a new
development.
"We really encourage pre-
application meetings with us,"
Darner said.
Such meetings can save two


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Northwest Florida Water Management District representatives Dan
Darner, and Andy Kizlauskas speak at Tuesday's meeting of the
Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce Governmental Issue committee.


weeks or more in permitting
process and decrease requests for
more information, he said.
"This is relatively new," Darner
explained. "It's a combination
of storm water permitting and
wetlands resources permitting.
Right now isolated wetlands are not
regulated. That'll be a big change
for the Panhandle."


For permitting information, call
the Northwest Florida Water
Management District, (850)
683-5044, 800 Hospital Dr.,
Crestview or visit www.nwfwmd.
state.fl.us. Permit applications are
downloadable from the site.
Read more on this story at
crestviewbulletin.com


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Freedom Walk would
include 413 housing units
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
It's a go with some stipulations.
The Crestview City Council unanimously ap-
proved a preliminary development plan for a
413-unit Planned Unit Development during its
meeting Monday night.
The "Freedom Walk" development would be
built south of Old Bethel Road between Jones Road
and Normandy Road.
The council's motion asked the developers to ad-
dress some concerns.
"I do like your presentation and what you have
laid out," council member Linda Parker said during
the council's discussion. "But there are a lot of un-
knowns here right now and a few issues where we
need to seek more definite answers."
Crestview planning official Eric Davis highlight-
ed three requests from the city's Technical Review
Committee.
Coordinate with the Okaloosa County school
board to determine the best location for sidewalks
leading to Davidson Middle School and Crestview
High School.
Determine needed improvements to Jones
Road.
Request right-of-way on the southwest corner
of the property for a future extension of Normandy
Road.
David Smith of Moore Bass Consulting said the
Freedom Walk developers are taking steps to ad-
dress the city's concerns.
Bruce Houle of Emerald Coast Partners, LLC,
said the developer hopes prices of Freedom Walk
homes will fall between $140,000 and $225,000.
"We want to try to make this an affordable com-
munity," Houle said. "We've put a lot of time and
money into making sure this is the right develop-
ment for the city."
Freedom Walk planners say their development
would be adjacent to a commercial component and
a proposed new facility for the North Okaloosa
YMCA. Monday's council action dealt only with the
housing development. The proposed YMCA build-
ing will be considered separately.

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One-day event likely

for the 2008 OSTF
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The Old Spanish Trail Festival committee met
late Tuesday to discuss the 2008 event.
Committee member Cindy Oloughlin said the
52nd Old Spanish Trail Festival likely will be a one-
day event, including the traditional parade, treasitre
hunt and carnival. She said the annual canoe race is
"up in the air."
The one-day festival would take place May 3.
The OSTF is one of the oldest annual events in
Okaloosa County, but interest and attendance have
declined in recent years.
The committee had considered canceling the
event.
Will you attend the 2008 Old Spanish Trail Festival?
Speak up about the festival at the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviezvbulletin.com.








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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008


Former tax collector turns 80 years old
Ann Spann Ileti. .
Crestview News Bulletin .,,*.,


There were more stories
told on Buck Stokes than
were candles on his cake
when friends and family
gathered on Saturday
for his 80th birthday
celebration.
The laughter and humor
that filled the fellowship
hall at the First United
Methodist Church reflected
the life of the local native
and longtime county tax
collector.
Stokes was first elected
as Okaloosa County's tax
collector in 1960.
"Why I ran, I don't know,
but I got elected and served
for 28 years," said.Stokes.
The county and the tax
rolls grew tremendously,
and the first office in Fort
Walton Beach was opened
during his years of service.
"I had good help, it was
the best time in my life,"
reflected Stokes.
Many who served in a
political office "back in
the day" with Stokes were
on hand for Saturday's
celebration. Among
those contributing to the
storytellingandreminiscing
was a former state senator,
supervisor of elections and
county property appraiser.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bullet
Buck Stokes reminisces over old photographs with his four daughters, Linda
Robinson, Cathy Thigpen, Elaine Mantle and Gail Morgan, during
his 80th birthday celebration. See more photos are crestviewbulletin.com.


Stokes is a native of the
tiny community of Harold
in Santa Rosa County.
He attended Harold
Elementary School, where
his mother was a teacher.
He later played fullback
for the Milton High School
football team, then known
as the Wildcats.
"There was nothing below
Yellow River in those days.
People wouldn't live down
there on that beach, they
were scared of the storms,"
explained Stokes.
Stokes earned a football


scholarship at a junior
college in Mississippi,
where he was playing when
he was drafted into the
U.S. Army, near the end of
World War II. After serving
in theArmy Infantry, Stokes
completed his education at
the University of Southern
* Mississippi. He returned
home to the Florida
Panhandle and taught
math and auto mechanics at
Crestview High School for
ten years before beginning
his political career.
Stokes is active in the


Crestview Kiwanis Club
and still enjoys quail
hunting and fishing
for bass in his beloved
Yellow River. He also
enjoys spending time on
the family homesteads in
Harold and Brantley, Ala.,
and traveling.
"I just enjoy living,"
explained Stokes, with a
grin.
For a slideshow of
Saturday's event, visit our
Web site at
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For senior adults today at
12 p.m. at Crestview Senior
Center, Old Spanish Trail
Park, Stillwell Blvd. in
Crestview. Bring lunch and a
drink. Entertainment will be
provided.
SENIOR CIRCLE
EVENTS: RSVP two days
before the events listed
below to attend by calling
689-8409. SC = Senior Circle
Classroom, at 127-A E.


Redstone Ave. in Crestview.
Lunch bunch today at
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ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on dub activities,
call Clarice Hebinck at (850)
581-4591.4 p.m. monthly
planning meeting today in
the Auditorium of the UWF /
OWC campus in Fort Walton
Beach. Supper afterwards at
a local restaurant. Honcho:
Clarice Hebinck.
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EVENT: Basic investing at
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FEBRUARY
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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 those
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to bring them to share with
others.
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payable and sent by March
1.to Donna Erdman, 1182
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TO PRESERVE YOUR
FAMILY HISTORY" by
Kimberly White, journalist,
will be presented Thursday,
Feb. 28, from 1 3 p.m.
at Heritage Museum
of Northwest Florida,
115 Westview Avenue,
Valparaiso.
Learn how you can
combine interviews with
images in a format that can
be shared with the whole
family. Sponsored by the
Genealogical Society of
Okaloosa County. There is a
nominal fee of $5 per person.
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ese PROGRAMS
"Tax-Time Blues":
- "I Does the prospecefof
I filing your 2007 taxes still
I have you nervous and
lying worried? The AARP once
ome again will be providing
free tax preparation
- services here at the library
s for low- and middle-
S income residents, with
S special attention to those*
d age 60 and older. This free
assistance is on a first-
come, first-served basis.
oring Sign-in is required. This
ci:nes service is offered until
SLB,.1 April 15 (except March 21,
. (0111 when the library will be
closed).
Hours are: Mondays
....... from 2 to 6 p.m.; Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 10
'... a.m. to 2 p.m.; Fridays
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Copies of the more
common forms, including
1099s and W-2s, are
available free for pick-up
in the library reference
Area. Additional forms
are available from the
Internal Revenue Service
Web site at www.irs.gov
Poets Wanted: An
Openi-Mic Poetry Reading
& Contest will be held
at the library April 8 in
celebration of American
Library Week and
iS- National Poetry Month.
>S Just call the library to
sign up. The Friends
G of the Library will be
sponsoring a poetry
our writing contest for north
uth county middle school
ave and high school students
the same night. Cash,
books, arid t-shirts will be
awarded for the top three
EDED places. Winning students
will be invited to read
their poems that evening.
All submissions must be
received at the library by
March 24.
Last year thisprogram
was a tremendous ,
success. Participants
and sponsors spoke
animatedly about hoW\
much fun everyone had.
Mark your calendars
for the dates and times,
and we'll have another
wonderful night of
poetry.

ADULT PROGRAMS
1st Tuesday Lecture:,
Jim Maas of Maas Coffee
Roasters will present
"The History and
Geography of Coffee" on
March 4. The Tuesday
Lecture "from the bush
to the bin" begins at
10:30 a.m. Maas will
discuss how coffee from
different regions, just
like wine, has different
characteristics. Also
covered will be types
of roasts, brewing and
equipment used. Coffee
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cookies (provided by
the library staff) will
be served beginning at
10 a.m. If there are any
questions, pleas, call' at
682-4432.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
*Lap Sit: Is held in
tlhe Story Room and is
designed for children
under the age of 3 with
their caregiver. Older
children, of course, are
always welcome. Join
e. us on specific Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m. for stories,
songs, and finger- plays.
The March 4 theme will
be "Weather & Seasons."
Story Time: Is
designed for those who
are at least 3 years old
(unless accompanied
by an older sibling) and
meets at 10:15 a.m. on


Wednesday for stories,
songs, and finger-plays.
The March 5 theme is
"Bedtime Stories." Wear
your pajamas, bring
your blanket and teddy,
and come enjoy bedtime


.' stories.
, songs, abd
finger plays.
After School Stories:
On the first Monday of
the month, children ages
6-and-up gather to enjoy
stories, music, crafts, and
research activities. Sign-in
begins at 3:45 p.m. The
program'itself lasts from 4
to about 4:45 p.m. Parents
are welcome to visit and
get a feel for the class,
then feel free to enjoy the
library. The theme for the
March 3 program will
focus on "Home." Enjoy
stories, music, and crafts.

TEEN TAKE-OVER
Nintendo Wii will
be available for play on
March 7 from 4:30 to 6:30
p.m.! Each teen must
have a library card in
their name with Internet
permission to use the
computers! Please make
sure your ride arrives
promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Parents are welcome to
hang out in the library,
but the circulation
desk will be closed and
activities will only be
available to teens.

STAFF PICKS
"Suite Francaise:
A Novel" by
Irene Nemirovsky
(Fic Nem): By the
early 1940s, when
Ukrainian-born
Irene Nemirovsky
began working on
what would become
Suite Francaise, she
was already a highly
successful writer D
living in Paris. But
she was also a Jew,
and in 1942 she was
arrested and,deported
to Au'schwitz. A month
later she was dead at
the age of 39. She had
completed two parts of an
epic of the living human
drama surrounding her
family at the time. She
gave her daughters the
manuscript for them to
take into hiding. Though
sad and heartbreaking,
this novel touched my
heart, as do many stories
of those horrific times.
All aspects of World War
II interest me intensely.
Whether or not one is
interested in history I
still recommend this
novel, as it depicts the
human condition we all
experience.
"Fire in the Blood" by
Irene Nemirovsky (McN
Fic Nem): Written in 1941
and recently found, the
novel was hidden with
a friend'during the war.
It is a story of murder,
love, and betrayal in rural
France. At the center of
the tale is Silvio. In his
younger years he fled the
boredom of the village
for travel and adventure.
He returned to live in
a farmer's hovel in the
middle of the woods.
Much to his family's
dismay, Silvio is content
with his solitude. But
when he attends the
wedding of his favorite
cousin, Silvio begins
to be drawn back into
the complicated life of
this small town. As the
narration unfolds, so
does the real character
of Silvio. Nemirovsky
paints a picture of the
loves and infidelities,
the scandals and the
regrets of his past that
keep him tied to long-
ago secrets. Having read


Nemirovsky's first novel,
I could understand even
more what she meant to
convey: the prejudice and
narrow mind of a rural
village. The cruelty of
indifference to those who
are new and different is,
again, part of that human
condition we must all
endure.
"Crocodile on the
Sandbank" by Elizabeth
Peters (CD Mys Pet):
First in the Amelia
Peabody series, this novel
introduces the characters
and sets the scene for a
wonderful adventure. A
product of the Victorian
age, Amelia Peabody is
an indomitable character.
Full of self-assurance,
she sets out for her first
trip to Egypt. She brings
along a journal and her
sturdy umbrella ready
for adventure. On the
way she rescues a young


English woman who has
beenabandoned on the
streets of Rome. She takes
her to Cairo with her and
the two set sail up the
Nile to an archaeological
site' Vr'om there, they rmun
into al'inds of trouble
that sets the series in"
action. I've listened to
most of these stories on
CD and have become as
fond of them and th'ir
tales as I would any'
friends' adventures. The
first one begins around
1903, the dates are never
quite exact, and like good
friends I haven't been
able to pass by the next
one. If you like historical
fiction you'll love this
series.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask any staff member,
Jean, Sandra, Anna, Miss
Heather, Maria, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice,
Heather W. or Martha.

HOW TO
CONTACT US
On the Web: www.
cityofcrestview.org /
library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Fax: 689-4788
Address: 1445
Commerce Drive,
Crestview, FL 32539
(Behind the Crestview
Post Office)

QUOTE OF
THE WEEK
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doors, but only character
can keep them open."
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Letterman.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008


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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
HEROES volunteer Kathy Wise works with Adrian Taylor to sort items by shape
and color in Mary Blasberg's class at Walker Elementary.


HEROES continued from/A1


Businesses can qualify
for tax incentives for
placing a disabled
volunteer in their offices,
Blasberg said.
Donna Chapman,
volunteer service man-
ager at Covenant Hospice,
thinks the world of their
volunteer Tony Hill.
The 27-year-old is
hearing impaired, mute,
and also suffers from
physical deformity,
but he reads lips and
sign language, and is
enthusiastic.
"He's a joy to work
with. He loves to please
and loves to work," said
Chapman. "He's quite a
joker, he's got personality-


plus."
Hill assists hospice staff
by' copying documents,
putting packets together
and labeling, among other
tasks.
Chapman finds his
assistance a tremendous
help, and says it frees her
up.
"He is really good at
making copies, and that
helps tremendously,"
Chapman said. "He makes
,training packets for me.
It's amazing how he has
adapted to this world."
Hill's HEROES
supervisor can interpret
for him as needed.
"He comes to our
meetings, and he's


participating in learning
the rules and regulations
of what we do," Chapman
said. "He's a pleasure. He
really is. He has a sense
of humor that is just
awesome. It's not 'woe is
me.'"

For information
on placing a
developmentally
disabled volunteer
in your business, or
to learn more about
the tax advantages
of having a volunteer
assisting you, call
Kathy Ellis at HEROES
Express, Inc., (850)
689-1448.


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The Laurel Hill City Council's
Feb. 28 meeting agenda has
been posted. The 7 p.m.
meeting will be proceeded by a
6:30 p.m. public hearing for the
city's Community Development
Block Grant application.
The public is encouraged to
attend both meetings.
Public Hearing Agenda
A. Community needs.
B. Funds available. Potential
use/ funding cycle
C. Range of activities and
result on citizens
D. Appoint or recommend


Citizens Advisory Task Force
Public comments and
questions.
Regular Meeting
Open public hearing
1. Department of Community
Affairs stipulation settlement
agreement
Close public hearing
Minutes of Feb. 14 meeting
Reports
A. Attorney's report
B. Mayor's report
C. Fire chief's reports
D. City manager's reports:
1. Consolidation of city loans


to take advantage of reduced
interest rates ,
2. Right of Way contract
renewal
3. Confirmation letter of
continued service from Allen,
Yagow & Carr
Old business
1. Placement of reserve
funds in bond
New business
1. Sale of surplus items to be
opened March 13
Public comments/
announcements
Approve payment of bills


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More gems about
dumb criminals
gleaned from area law
enforcement arrest
reports.

LOVE A COP
A 37-year-old
Crestview woman was
arrested. The report says
it all:
"The defendant did
commit the offense
of battery on a law
enforcement officer when
after she attempted to
hug me and was told not
to, she then struck me on
the right side of the face
with an open hand."

NO ONE WILL
EVER KNOW
A 31-year-old
Crestview woman,
given a prescription for
45 Vicoprophen pills
from a doctor at a local
medical clinic, changed
the quantity to 96. I guess
she figured no one would
ever notice the change,
even though she used a
different color ink.
"The pharmacist
observed the obvious
alteration," and called the
doctor who confirmed the
fraud.
Instead of her pills,
she received a citation
for attempting to obtain
prescription medication
by fraud.

ALMOST GOT
AWAY WITH IT
A 52-year-old
Crestview motorist
almost caused a wreck


with a Crestview police
cruiser when he pulled
out in front of it.
Approaching the
driver, the officer
reported, "The first thing
I observed was that he
was wearing an Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office
civilian employee
identification badge and
an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office hat."
The guy explained
he had no license, but
it was OK because both
the Sheriff's Office and
the mayor (whose name
he couldn't recall) were
aware he was driving
around with no license.
Turns out the man's
license was suspended
in January 2005 for a bad
check to the motor vehicle
bureau, in November
2006 for failure to pay
a traffic fine, and had
expired in September
2006 anyway.
A Crestview High
resource officer advised
the defendant "was not
and had not been an
employee of the Sheriff's
Office for some time."

IT WASN'T ME.
REALLY.
When Crestview Police
officers gave chase to
speeding 31-year-old
motorcyclist, the dude
ditched his bike in his
Crestview driveway,
jumped the fence and ran.
Officers pursued him on.
foot.
When he eluded them,
the officers returned to
examine his motorcycle.
Then the dude walked
up, out of breath.
As he was being


arrested, he "stated
several times 'I wasn't
driving the bike.' "
Hmmm, must've been
someone else with the
same "star design etched
into his hair on the back
of his head," just like
the one of the dude the
officers chased.
The witless rider was
arrested for fleeing and
eluding and also garnered
criminal citations for
reckless driving and
running a stop sign.

ASSAULT & IDIOCY
So this 25-year-old
Crestview mental giant
slams on his brakes in the
middle of the road, leaves
his car there, and chases a
woman down the street.
"Upon catching the
victim, the defendant
punched and kicked her
several times (then) fled
the scene in his car," the
report stated.
He must've imagined
the law forgot all about
the incident, because
a month later he was
cruising the same 'hood,
and was arrested for
battery and, as an added -
bonus, for possession of
marijuana.

PUTTING OUT
FIRES
Criminals think officers
don't remember them.
How wrong they are, as
a 19-year-old Crestview
fellow learned when he
drove past a CPD officer"
who knew his license was
suspended.
He was arrested.
Officers discovered
in his vehicle a quantity
of Baker Volunteer Fire
Department uniform
clothing and gear.
BVFD "advised the I
police to please seize
any property that may
belong to Baker FD" and :
that the defendant "has
been terminated as a
firefighter."


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Boston butt fund-raiser in high gear


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW
Covenant Hospice's
volunteer service manager
Donna Chapman is in a
tizzy.
"I've got 800 Boston
butts I gotta sell!" she
said.
If the popularity of last
year's fund-raiser is any
indication, Chapman will
have no trouble unloading
the nearly three tons of
succulent cooked beef.
"We sold out last
year and we had people
still asking for them,"
Chapman said.
"This .is one way
we're raising money for
local patients we have
who cannot pay for their
medical care," Chapman
explained. "We take
patients on the basis of
need, not whether they
can pay or not."
Covenant Hospice, has
offices throughout the
Panhandle, but the profits
will strictly stay in this
area, Chapman assured.
Tickets are $25 for each
6- to 8-pound Boston butt,
and are on sale now from
any Covenant Hospice
employee,' or at the office
at 370 W. Redstone Ave.
: The butts will be fully
cooked, "and they freeze
wonderfully,". Chapman
. said. "They'll just fall


Special to the News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice's North Okaloosa Community
Educator, Holley Adams presented the program for
the Crestview Kiwanis Club regular weekly meeting
at Ryan's Steak House, where she introduced the
Boston Butt sale that is currently underway to help
Hospice patients unable to pay for their care.


apart, they're so tender."
You can pick up your
pre-ordered Boston butt
on March 8, at the Main
Street Triple-B event, at
S&LAuto Body Shop, or
call Covenant Hospice in
advance at (850) 682-3628
and pick it up at the
office.
Covenant Hospice
will be selling BBQ pork
sandwiches at Triple-B
made of the same Boston
butts.
The plates come with
a bag of chips and iced
tea. Volunteers Ronnie
Lunsford and Jeff Jones,
local businessmen whose
culinary skills at last


year's event won many
accolades, will do the
cooking.

TO ORDER A
BOSTON BUTT
FROM COVENANT
HOSPICE:
Tickets are $25 from
an,' Co'enarl Hospice
erripli,-jee, or at tie
office, 370 W. Redstone
Ave. Call (f850) 6.32-3628
for information and to
arrange pick-up of your
cooked Bosion butt All
proceeds benefit local
patients who can't afford
medical care


PLANS continued from Al


Other business
The council accept-
ed a bid of $71,350 from
Bullard Excavating to
complete asphalt paving
work on Brookemeade
Drive that will extend the
road south. The bid was
approved as part of the
consent agenda.
The council ap-
pointed Ellis Conner to
the Planning and Zoning
Board. Bob Allen opposed
the motion.


Ouida Austin Beck
* Ouida Austin Beck, 83,
of Ecambia Farms passed
away on Feb. 23, 2008 at
home. Ouida was born Jan.
20, 1925 in Gantt, Ala. and
moved with her family in
1932 to Baker. Ouida worked
at Alatex Sewing Factory in
Crestview and went to work
and retired from Monsanto.
Ouida is preceded
In death by her parents,
Tinious and Susie Austin,
and siblings Alvin. Mel. in,
Dot, Marion,/L.D. Austin and
tmmai Kilcrease.
Ouda is' survived by her'
Iusband of 44 years, Cecil
eck, whom she lived with
ih Escambia Farms until her
Oeath; one sister, Delean
(Dean) Holloway of Baker;
rVany nieces and nephews.
* Nephews are: Ronnie
Holloway, Lamar (Smokey)
-olloway, Douglas (Cowboy)
Austin of Baker, Dwight
Austin of Panama City,
Jerry and Buddy Kilcrease.
Beck children Reginald,
Quinton, Ronnie, Pete,
Edward and Craig,
Nieces are: Susie Tew,
Kathy Austin, Marian Austin
and Rhonda Brown of Baker,
(heryl Newel of Alabama.
and Kilcrease children -
Shrelia, Ruby and Lurlene.
Beck children Ruth,
Sue, Vivian, Janice, Marie
Marilyn, Dimples, Betty,
Virginia, Linda, Sharon and
Susan.
, Funeral services were
held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb.
26 in the chapel of Brackney
Funeral Service with Rev.
James Paul officiating. Piano
was by John Etheridge, and
recorded singing was by
the late Tommy Holloway.
Interment followed at Pyron
Chapel Cemetery in Baker.
The family received
friends Monday from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the funeral
home. Pallbearers were
Lamar (Smokey) Holloway,
Douglas (Cowboy) Austin,
Allen Tew; Brian Beck, Tom
Fuqua and Mike Irwin.
The family wishes to
thank all the friends and
neighbors who have brought


The council took no
action on a report detail-
ing possible purchase of
the current CitiChurch
building and property on
Stillwell Blvd. ,
The council unani-
mously approved a second
reading of comprehen-
sive plan amendment to
change land designation
for a parcel of land north
of P.J. Adams Parkway
near Ferdon Boulevard
from urban mixed use to


food and visited and visited
in the past years and
especially during this time
of Ouida's illness. Special
thanks to Hospice, Virginia
Beck and Polly Boaze.
Brackney Funeral
,Service was in charge of the
arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guestbook for Ouida Beck
by clicking on the blue and
white obituary button at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.

John Edwin
Fountain, DVM
John Edwin Fountain,
DVM, age 75, passed
away on Feb. 22, 2008.
He was born on Dec. 3,
1932. His parents were Ed
and Geraldine Fountain.
Dr. Fountain was a lifelong
resident of Crestview, with
the exception of three years
in the U.S. Army.
He is survived by
Eva, his wife of 50 years;
sons, Jonathan (Beulah),
:David (Cindy) and Aubrey
(Denise); grandchildren
'Michelle, Stephanie, Chase,
Shae, Valerie, Frank, Grace
and mother-in-law Grace
Atkinson.
He was a loving,
dedicated husband, father
aind son. He was admired
by all who knew him for his
loving nature, temperate
spirit, positive attitude and
Christian faith.
He established the first
veterinary clinic in Crestview
in 1960, enjoying retirement
for the past 10 years. He
was active in Kiwanis and
Boy Scouts, and was a Cub
master. He taught Sunday
School for 25 years and was
very active in his church.
Visitation was held at 1:30
p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24 with
services at 3 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church
in Crestview. Burial was at
Live Oak Park Memorial
Cemetery. Memorials may
be sent to the Life Center
at FUMC, 599 Eighth Ave.,
Crestview, FL 32536 or Blue
Lake Methodist Camp, 8500
Oakwood Lane, Andalusia,


commercial.
The council unani-
mously approved a second
reading of seven rezoning
ordinances.
The Community
Redevelopment Agency
will meet at 5:30 p.m. be-
fore the council's March
10 meeting.
Read Kyle Wright's
thoughts on Monday's
city council meeting in the
"Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com


AL 36920.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guestbook for John Fountain
by clicking on the blue and
white obituary button at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.

James Eugene LaFata
James Eugene LaFata,
age 69, of Holt, passed
away Saturday, Feb. 23,
2008 in Crestview. He was
born on July 9, 1938 in
Detroit, Mich. He had lived
in Holt for the past 35 years.
Mr. LaFata was a welder
for Civil Service and was
a member of Pilgrim Rest
Baptist Church.
He was in the United
States Army for three years
and retired from the United
States Air Force after 27
years of service.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, James
and Esther LaFata, and
three brothers.
Survivors include his
wife, Caralie LaFata of Holt;
three sons, James LaFata of
Fort Walton Beach, Edward
LaFata of Pensacola, and
Dex N. LaFata of Holt; five
daughters, Esther Bryant of
Baker, Sherry Hall of Virginia,
Carrie Darr of Holt, Michelle
Davis of Baker and Rage
LaFata of Holt; one brother,
Edward LaFata of Michigan;
19 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 28 at Pilgrim Rest
Baptist Church with Rev.
Jerry Haley officiating.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery. Sons and
grandsons will serve as
pallbearers.
The family will receive
friends today from 6 p.m. to
8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guestbook for James LaFata
by clicking on the blue and
white obituary button at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin .


On a night filled with
special significance and
aided by a large crowd,
Amvets Way-Whitehouse
Memorial Post 35 Ladies
Auxiliary in Crestview
held the first posting of
its colors, after a 21-year
omission.
The event took place
on Feb. 16 at the Post
headquarters on 105 John
King Road.
A Valentine party
began immediately
following the short but
stirring program, yet the
Auxiliary flag took center
stage.
"When I took office
this past June, I wasn't
sure which direction I
wanted to go beyond
what is required by
the national office, and
when I discovered we
had never posted our
colors, I immediately
knew that was one of
the things we needed to
do in order to show our
sustaining commitment
to our military and
civilian community," said
President Gerry Devoll.
The post and its ladies
auxiliary was chartered
on April 22, 1986. It was
only when Devoll took
office this past June that
the omission was noted.
"I consulted Linda
Hoon, who had been a
past President," Devoll
said. "And in our regular
meeting in July 2007 we
put the issue before those
in attendance, and it was
enthusiastically voted in.
We would acquire our
colors."
This initiative entailed
raising more than $1,000
to secure the flag. The
money was raised through
several in-house raffles,
sales and gift donations.


Gerry E

What is the big deal,
one might ask?
Amvets already had
its colors. The 'Ladies
Auxiliary, although part
of the organization, is
a separate entity and
therefore acts much like a
standalone organization.

Solemn program
The American and
Auxiliary flag was
presented. The pledge
of allegiance then was
given, and immediately
followed by a stirring
rendition of a lone
bugler's "Star Spangled
Banner." *
"Under this glorious
flag, heroes of all creeds,
colors and backgrounds
have fought to preserve
and protect it. Let this
flag always be a symbol
of those who want
freedom," said Devoll.
She also listed several
freedoms many of us take
for granted during our
lives.
"Freedom of thought
and speech, and the


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)evoll speaks during the ceremony.

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The American and Auxiliary flags are persented.


freedom to worship, and
let no man defile it, and
let no man fear to defend
it," she said. "I dedicate
this flag, the flag of the
Ladies Auxiliary, as a
guard and centennial to
the Americar flag."
Devoll went on to
explain the Ladies
Auxiliary flag, and
what it represents to the
organization and to the


nation.
"The golden wreath
around the Amvet flag is
a.crown of honor for those
who served their country
so well," she said. "The
eagle is a guide to our
loftier ideals"
The solemn program
concluded with a prayer,
after Lee Greenwood's
famous rendition of "God
Bless the USA."


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008


Shrine Club to host a

District Democratic Caucus
Event will determine delegates for DNC


Crestview News Bulletin

Florida's Democrats
voted in January's
Presidential Preference
Primary to determine
how many convention
delegates their ,party's
presidential candidates
would receive.
They will determine
the identities of those
delegates this weekend.
The Florida 1st
Congressional District
Democratic Caucus will be
held from 10 a.m. to 12:15
p.m. March 1 at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club
at 971 James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview.
Registered Democrats
will elect delegates to
represent the district at
the Democratic National
Convention in August.
The event is one of 25
post-primary district-level
caucuses around the state
scheduled for March 1.
"Democrats will be
historic event participants
when they vote in
Florida's 1st Congressional
District Caucus," said
congressional district
chair Harold Webb.
"Delegates elected that
day could decide who
will be the next president
of the United States. If the
presidential nomination
is still undecided prior to
the Democratic National
Convention, the candidate
will be selected by
delegates, including four
and one alternate from our
caucus."
The number of
delegates for each
candidate was determined
by a proportional
representation system
based on results from
the Jan. 29 Presidential
Preference Primary.
Barack Obama will get
one male and one female
delegate. Hillary Clinton
will get one female
delegate. John Edwards


will get one male delegate.
The alternate will. be an
Obama male delegate.
The Democratic
National Committee has
said it will not recognize
Florida's delegates
because of the Sunshine
State's decision to move
its primary to January.
Florida Democratic
Party Chair Karen
Thurman and U.S. Senator
Bill Nelson have said
they expect the Florida
delegation to be seated.
"That issue may be
decidedbythe 186-member
credentials committee,"
Webb said.
Registered Democrats
choosing to attend should
bring a photo identification
card and, if possible, a
Voter Registration Card.
Refreshments will be
sold.

Delegate
aspirants
Obama qualified
delegate aspirants
and [heir counties ot
residence Gail Frazer.
Clorissti Mitchell. Juanita
.1 Scott, Astrid H.
Witherspoon, Benell
English, Samuel A.
Horton. Lynn Laird
from Escambia; laorrm
Hardison, Hester C.
Roberts. Evelyn J Varner
and Lewis Jennings from
Oraloosa
Clinton qualified
delegate aspirants
and their counties of
residence include. Joyce
Kaplan and Evalyn Coe
Narrarnore of Escambia:
Pauline T Smith of
Holmes and Judy Byrne
Riley of Okaloosa.
Edwards qualified
delegate aspirants
and their counties of
residence include
Edward Lee Narramc're
of Escambia. Joe
Rooerts and Bill Vincent
of Santa Rosa


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informational booths and, of course, Bar-B-Que! Enjoy the performances of bluegrass bands such as Lock, Stock & Barrel, Delta Reign
and The Wayfarers. Opening ceremonies will be performed by Eglin Air Force Honor Guard.

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Okaloosa-Walton College Sigma Mu Chapter welcomes these students into Phi
Theta Kappa, the national-honor society for two-year colleges.


Honor Society announces


north Okaloosa inductees


The following Okaloosa-
Walton College students
were recently inducted
into the Sigma Mu Chapter
of Phi Theta Kappa, the
national honor society for
two-year colleges.
Membership in OWCs
chapter of PTK is by
invitation and recognizes


students


'who have


attained a high scholastic
standing. Among honor
society requirements are
successful completion of
a minimum of 12 credit
hours and a minimum
grade point average of
3.5 in all college courses.
Spring semester inductees
included:
Crestview: Whitney


Buckelew, La'Terica Clark,
Audrey Cobb, Yvonne'
Corrie, Raven Culpepper,
Timothy Dunkle, Mary
Gustafson, Kristi Hill,
Vanessa Kinney, Kyndra
Lewis,JenniferMcClamma,
Mary Miller, Nichoel
Morton, Victoria Nieves,
Brenda Smith, Roxanne
Soja, Kyrsten York., .


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Kersten Lindberg
Richbourg Middle School

Coach Buckelew, the
Richbourg Roadrunners
boys' basketball coach, put
it mildly when he said that
this year has been a good
year for the Roadrunners.
The team has had a
winning regular season of
12-0. They had a winning
season last year, but this
year they haven't lost a
game.
Coach states: "We have
had good teams in the
past, but this year we have
bigger, taller boys, and
they've been consistently
getting the ball."
The things he said
they need .to work on are:
turnovers, free throws,


and he needs some of his
seventh-graders to grow
and get bigger.
Coach doesn't think he
has a MVP yet, but all of
the players have done well
this season.
If Buckelew could have
changed anything about
this season, he wishes
that Tikea Davis wouldn't
have injured his leg during
football season so that he
could have played.
Coach is looking
forward to having the
summer practice for next
year to see what he has to
work with and to find who
has improved. Coach says
that he always misses the
eighth-graders after they
move on to high school;
they normally make or


break the team. But he is
confident that the seventh-
graders will step it up a
notch, and they will still-
do well next year.
Either way, .Coach is
very proud of his team
because it got along very
well, and it played great
together.
He just needs the sixth-
and seventh-graders to
-step up and be the leaders
next year. He loves this
team, and will miss all
of the players when the
season is done.
Pryor won the county
championship game 39-31.
Our team and school
congratulate the Pirates
for a game well played.
Our boys played hard,
and it was a good game.


Richbourg proud of its MLK


Oratorical Contest Winner


Alexis Hawthrone
Richbourg Middle School

Branden Houser
won third place at the
Martin Luther King, Jr.
oratorical contest. Houser,
a Richbourg Middle
School eighth-grade
and' journalism student,
presented the speech
at Okaloosa-Walton
College.
A line from his speech
that summarizes its
message is, "America is
going to float or sink; we,
you together can make a


difference."
In this speech Branden
expressed that it was
King's intent for all to be
treated equally and that
we all have a responsibility
to making, our society
successful by working
hard and contributing to
our community and being
dedicated and responsible
to our families.
After Branden had
spoken about his Dr.
Martin Luther* King
speech, he awaited the
judge's decision. He came
in third place in the.whole


county. He was awarded
a trophy and a medal.
Branden was very
happy about winning
third place, but he would
have been even more
.ecstatic if he could have
won first or second place.
He said, "The contest
was an amazing,
overwhelming exper-
ience, and I can't wait until
next year's competition."
Branden looks forward
to starting as a freshman
at CHS next year and
plans to pursue a career
in broadcast journalism.


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HONORS
Jonathan Ramos: Tabor
College in Hillsborough,
Kans, has announced
'that 168 of its students
have been named to
the Dean's List for their
accomplishments for the
'Fall 2007 semester.
,To qualify, a student's
GPA must meet these
categories: Highest Honors,
4.00-3.85, High Honors,
3.849-3.70, and Honors,
3.699-3.50.
Jonathan Ramos, a
senior from Crestview,
has qualified for the High
Honors award.

SCHOLARSHIPS
FINE & PERFORMING
ARTS: Applications
for scholarships in the
Humanities, Fine and
Performing Arts Division
at Okaloosa-Walton
College are now being
accepted for Dance,
Drama, Instrument,
Technical Theater, Voice
and Visual Arts.
Dance scholarships:
Applications are due April
30. Auditions will be held


May 3 and 5.
Visual Arts
scholarships: Portfolios
.and applications are due
April 28 and 29. PortfoliOs
will be evaluated on April
30.
Drama, Instrument,
Technical Theater, and
Voice scholarship:
Applicants may choose
the date that works best
for them. Applications are
due April 10 for those who
wish to audition on April
18. Applications are due
May 8 for those who wish
to audition on May 16.
Scholarships are
awarded each semester
in varying amounts to
be used for tuition at
OWC by those students
with outstanding
abilities in the arts. The
general requirements
to be eligible for fine
and performing arts
scholarships are
maintaining satisfactory
academic standing
in general course's
and a 3.5 GPA in the
scholarship area of study;
participation in ensembles
or classes assigned by


the division director;
working at least two
Broadway shows per year;
attending all scheduled
classes; and completing
a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA). Scholarship
recipients must re-apply
each spring semester.
Applications are
available for download
at www.owc.edu/arts/
scholarships.cfm. For
more information, contact
Mrs. Baker at the fine arts
office at 850-729-5382.
REPUBLICAN WOMEN
SCHOLARSHIP: A
$500.00 scholarship has
'been established by the
Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated to
assist an Okaloosa County
female high school senior
to pursue her college
education. The deadline
to apply is April 15.
More about this
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008 I








Here's i sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments'
were collected from Florida Freedom Newspapers and
Web site.

Topic: Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
breaks ground on new building on north side of
city.
In response to Wayne Harris' comments, "This
is history in the making."... indeed it is! For the
first time in the history of Crestview the Chamber
of Commerce will be moved out of downtown, an
area that many are working so hard to revitalize.
Was this move put to a vote by the 780-plus
members of the Chamber? How much larger is
new lot adjacent to Farmer Street that the existing
property on south Main Street. and will the
Chamber graciously donate (or long-term lease
the Main Street property to the city of,Crestview
as the aty) did to them? Did the 780-plus members
of the Chamber vote on whether or not they
thought that Wayne Harris remaining in office as
Chamber Director was a conflict of interest, while
he campaigned for a seat as an Okaloosa County
Commissioner? It's past time that Chamber
membership have the opportunity to vote on
such major issues as opposed to Harris and his
Chamber five making all the decisions.

Topic: City officials victims of "toilet humor"
(potties placed on lawns for fund-raiser).
We better hope commode storms don't start
striking all over Florida. We might see those $10
insurance rates quadruple. (Just kidding, I think
this is a neat fundraiser idea!)

Topic: Staples office supply supercenter
coming to Crestview.
I would rather see a Target also be put in
Crestview. Also maybe a new movie place like
in Destin. They could build -it where the old flea
market land is near Lowe's.

It's about time. Now where is the mall and Rave
movie theaters? Getting tired of driving to Destin
for decent shopping.

Just last week I was at the new Starbucks in
Crestview and a guy asked me if there was an
office supply store in Creshiew. I think that is
great. I also think Crestview needs a mall despite
all the worries and concerns with the traffic
problem. You have those in any city.

Topic: Teachers support some early release
days
Early release? Can't they do their workshops
during the summer?
Collaboration with colleagues? Do they not
have a teacher lounge?
This is an excuse to not teach kids. There is
time after class to do all these things, and if it's
only once or so a month w hv does the teacher not
make the sacrifice? Now parents are going to have
to spend part of another day working to pay for a
kid to be home on a school day. This is just nuts.
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I can say from being the child of an educator,
the summer is pretty full already .. as well as
after school time.
Although this doesn't stand true for all
teachers, I think you lH find a majority go above
and beyond an eight-hour day'.
Im not complaining about my mother's long
hours. She is wonderful at what she does and I
admire her for being dedicated. She loves her kids.
However, to assume they should just suck it
up and stay late because they're on salary is silly.
I think most people in all career fields would
demand a little more consideration. I know if I
got paid a salary and was required to do what
she does with no compensation, I'd not be as nice
about it. However. she loves her job.

Waut to add to the Hublbb? Send wur tliou'ht"
on north Okaloos~a Counuli news ttopcs to kilewd''
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C'reslviewbullettii.Loin.


S PASSING Changes designed to serve


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We at the Crestview News Bulletin
have caught the spirit of ah election year.
We're running on a campaign of
change.
We recently implemented new ideas
in the production of our print and online
products. The changes are designed to
create a better newspaper and a better
Web site for News Bulletin readers.
We shifted printing of the News
Bulletin to the Northwest Florida Daily
News at the beginning of the month.
This move allowed us to increase the
number of color pages in the newspaper,
resulting in a better overall look.
We will transfer design of News
Bulletin pages to the Northwest Florida
Daily News starting with the March 1
issue.
The look of your community
newspaper won't change. We will
maintain the recent redesign led by


va a kndi in'


News Bulletin production manager
Greg Allen. The look of the'newspaper
is in good hands with Tracey Steele
and the design team at the Daily News.
Local newspaper readers will recognize
Tracey's name from her work with The
Hub.
This change will free News Bulletin
staff members to spend more time
reporting on news in north Okal6osa.
County and serving local advertisers.
We launched a redesigned version
of our Web site, crestviewbulletin.comrn,
last week.. .
The new look provides quick
navigation to the most-read 'online
subjects (local news, sports, obituaries
and crime reports).
The new look also offers more
photographs and quicker access to a
greater number of stories.
The transfer of page design to Fort


Walton Beach will allow us devote more
time to our online product. Expect to see
a dramatic increase in our online articles
and videos in the coming weeks.
.. ,We try to add new features to the
newspaper every month..,
Come March, readers will have a
chance to submit their own front-page
articles and photos. .We also plan to visit
some of the many construction sites
.in'north Okaloosa Counti, and let you
know what new building's are coming to
the area.
As always, we wilc6me voir ideas,
suggestions and feedback. Contact me
by phone, by e-mail, or viit in person

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletifi
editor. Contact him at 682-6524, or
by e-mail at kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing Shots" blog at
'wwo.crestviewbulletin.com online.


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In Local History
Compiled by Ann Spann
The Okaloosa Messenger reported in the February 27,
1930 issue: One of the big, thrifty, wide awake merchandising
establishments of this section of West Florida is the Bowers
Brothers store in Crestview, situated just opposite the L & N
station.
L. E. Bowers, the senior member of this progressive firm
came to Crestview and opened shop on Railroad Avenue in
1903, his brother, J.W. Bowers came ten years later, both are
natives of Walton County.
Aside from being the owners of this large flourishing
mercantile business these gentlemen are also the owners of
the Okaloosa Hotel also situated on Railroad Avenue. L.E.
Bowers is also the owner of a fine little truck farm not far from
Crestview, which he says he operates for exercise.
February 27, 1942: Every woman in Crestview who wants
to make some real' contribution towards winning the war is
invited and urged to attend an open mass meeting to be held in
the court house at 3 p.m. for the purpose of forming a women's
war service organization to be called the Victory Club.
Tentative plans for the new Victory Club call or curtailment
of meetings of all social and civic organizations so that women
can devote more of their time to real patriotic endeavors.


Profundity
Compiled by Brian Hughes
I hope you're enjoying your weekly
Profundities. Today's comes from one of my
favorite authors, whose great sweeping, epical
adventures incorporate remarkable insightsinto
the peoples and cultures about.which he writes,
woven with his masterful narrative gifts.
Wilbur Smith's rich history lessons, most of
them about southern Africa, are surpassed only
by the sheer grandeur and magnificence of his
tales.

"Pity this poor z0orld of ours
when the last hero passes."

Wilbur Smith (1933 -)
South African Novelist
Men of Men, second in the author's
"Ballantyne" novel series


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WAtFDNESDfAV FRUI ARY 27, 2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Special to the News Bulletin
U.S. Army W01 Clay Warren just graduated from
Officer Candidate School last week. His parents are
John and Luretha Robbins of Crestview.


Robbins graduates from

officer training course


During a Feb.. 20
ceremony, WO1 Clay
Warren graduated from
Officer Candidate School
in Fort Rucker, Ala.
He is the son of John
and Luretha Robbins of
Crestview, and the brother


of Lorenzo Robbins. He
and his wife, Sandra, have
six children.
Warren is stationed with
the U.S. Army's 501st MI
Brigade in Korea. His next
assignment is with the 66
MI Group in Germany.


Juan G. Bonilla'
Juan G. Bonilla has joined
the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program gives
young men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one
year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward
a college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$39,000 enlistment bonus.
Bonilla, a 1997 graduate
of Crestview High School,
will report to Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga., for basic
training in March. He is the
son of Juan and Jean Bonilla
of Crestview.
Artum Y. Pazych
Coast Guard Seaman
Artum Y. Pazych, son of
Irina and stepson of Herbert
Godbey of Crestview,
recently graduated from the
U.S. Coast Guard Recruit
Training Center in Cape May,
N.J.
During the eight-week
training program, Pazych
completed a vigorous
training curriculum consisting
of academics and practical
instruction on water safety
and survival, military customs


and courtesies, seamanship
skills, first aid, fire fighting
and marksmanship. A major
emphasis is also placed on
physical fitness, health and
wellness. ,
Pazych and other recruits
also received instruction
on the Coast Guard's core
values honor, respect and
devotion to duty and how
to apply them in their military
performance and personal
conduct. Pazych will join
36,000 other men and
women who comprise Coast
Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they
do aboard ships and shore
units throughout the world. To
reinforce the team concept,
Pazych, and other recruits
were trained in preventing
sexual harassment, drug
and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training, and
the basics of the work-life
balance, as well as total
quality management.
Pazych is a 2007
graduate of Crestview High
School.
Felicia 0. Turner
Felicia 0. Turner has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward


a college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$7,000 enlistment bonus.
Turner, a 2008 graduate
of Crestview High School,
will report to Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C., for basic
training in July. She is the
daughter of Cedric and Anna
Turner of Crestview:
Thomas R. Crain
Air Force Airman Thomas
R. Crain has graduated
from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an
associate degree through the
Community College of the Air
Force.
Crain is the son of Scott
Lancaster of Crestview and
Debbie Yates of DeFuniak
Springs. He is a 2007
graduate of Walton High
School, DeFuniak Springs.


Stephan M. Cypret
Stephan M. Cypret has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and
women the opportunity to
'delay entering active duty for
up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward
a college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$20,000 enlistment bonus.
Cypret, a 2007 graduate
of Crestview High School,
will report to Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga., for basic
training in February. He is
the son of James and Holly
Cypret of Crestview.

Brock promoted
James P. Brock has been
promoted to the.rank of
airman first class in the U.S.
Air Force Reserve.
Brock is a financial
management apprentice
assigned to the 919th
Special Operations Wing at
Duke Field at Eglin Air Force
Base, Fla. The reservist has
served in the military for one
year.
He is the son of James
P. and Tammy M. Brock of
Crestview.


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Schedule
Baseball
Tate at Crestview,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)
Crestview at Niceville,
Friday at 3 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)

Laurel Hill at Baker,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (JV) and
6:30 p.m. (V)

Pensacola Christian at
Baker, Friday at 6:30 p.m. (V)
Floralaat Laurel Hill, Friday
at 4 p.m. (JV)>and 6 p.m. (V)

Softball


Crestview
Thursday at 4
6 p.m. (V)


Crestview s(

Head coach Bruce
Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview softball
team is revving its engines
for Pace on Thursday, the
Bulldogs' sixth District 1-5A
matchup.
Bulldog coach Bruce
Hubbs is looking forward
to an all-out war.
"It's going to be a tough
game," Bruce Hubbs said.
"Our performance
against Choctaw, one of my
'bigfour' inthe district could
have been better. But Shasta


)ftball preps for District 1-5A gauntlet

Hubbs and son Rob Hubbs speak out about upcoming week
(Tew) pitched a strong game laughed assistant coach "The district is picking
and I'm looking forward Rob Hubbs. up fast so playing game:
to her doing the same on "Our district is never- like Baker who is non
Thursday night. The reason ending it feels." district will give us solic
we had problems with Crestview :, (3-2, 2-2) practice win or lose," Rol
Choctaw is because the girls was set to face Baker this Hubbs said.
got used to the speed on past Thursday but due to "I'm confident in thi
their first pitcher, but once inclement weather it was team. All the girls havw
they switched in a new arm postponed to Mar. 5 at 2 played travel ball or hav<
it threw us off." p.m. (JV) and 4 p.m. (V). seen this all before. Playing
Tew (3-2) only gave "That was going to be teams like Choctaw, Paco
up two runs against the a good game, but now the and Tate are going to mak<
Indians on Feb. 19, but was weather gave us a couple every game a hard one."
just enough for Choctaw to extra practice days to think Look for Crestview t(
end the game victorious, about it," Bruce Hubbs travel to Pace on Thursday
"The Pace game said. at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m
will be a barn burner," Rob Hubbs agreed. (V).


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Vernon at Baker, Thursday
at 4 p.m. (V)

Baker at Laurel Hill, Friday
at 4:30 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m.
(V)
South Walton at Laurel Hill,
Thursday at 5 p.m. (V)
Tennis

Navarre at Crestview,
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. (JV-V)

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two high school all-star
basketball games, Friday,
Apr. 18 at the University of
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The event will provide
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attract scholarship offers to
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education.
The girls' game is
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on Feb. 29 from 6-10 p.m.
A suggested donation of
$100 will reserve a seat at
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available, but pre-registration
is required.
For more information
(850) 682-3212.

Charity golf
tournament
On Apr. 11 Foxwood
County Club will be hosting
a Tee Off for the American
Heart Association. The
event will start at 11:30 a.m.
and tee off will follow at
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non-members and $45 for
members. Registration fee
will include green fees, cart
and food.
Entry deadline is Apr. 4.
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Baker's Chad Lawhon soars over the bar during a routine high jump practice on Monday.
The Gators will host their first meet in more than 20 years on March 4 at 3 p.m.




SEATING THE BAR HIGHER

Crestview and Baker prep themselves for another season with new and returning talent


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Bust open that rusty
lock and start pulling out
the hurdle stands and shot
puts.
It's that time of year
again.
The Crestview and
Baker track and field teams
are sweating out daily
practices to get ready for
their seasons.
For the Bulldogs it's
another year and another
chance at moving through


districts and regionals.
For the Gators, they
have most of their athletes
back and hope to advance
athletes to the state meet.
"We have the biggest
track program in the county
(102 athletes)," Baker coach
David Oglesby said.
"This is a huge year
for Baker. We're opening
up our gates (for a home
meet) for the first time in
more than 20 years when
Kathy and Steve Combest
were the coaches. The
county gave us the funding


for the track after such a
burst in popularity and
performance last year. We
thank them so much for
it."
The Gators' 4x800 boys
relay went to state last
year, including senior
Chad Lawhon. The girls
4x800 relay qualified for
regionals.
On top of state success,
multiple other events,
including the 4x100 boys'
and girls' relay teams,
qualified for regionals last
year.


"This is more of an
individual event, and
my job is to get as many
athletes to state as possible,"
Oglesby said.
"The more we get to
state, the better chances
we'll win state. Like I said
it's a individual sport, but
to have a team there will
boost our chances."
Lawhon would have to
agree.
"I'm very confident in
our events this year. We

See HIGHER B8


Rain clears to open up a sky full of district matchups

The Baker softball team trudges through sticky schedule as Crestview and Laurel Hill keep pushing


makig
PREDICTIONS
Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

We all thought the
rain clouds would just
come and go, not cancel
all those precious district
matchups.
Now it's time to
remind ourselves what
we signed up for, so
grab your glove and get
ready to snag this heater.
Let's make some
predictions!
The Baker softball
team has a heavy
schedule to knock out
of the park for the next
two weeks (Vernon,


Laurel Hill, Freeport,
Jay, Ponce de Leon
and the Tallahassee
Lincoln Invitational
tournament).
Head coach John
Carlisle mentioned on
Monday that he wanted
to see the girls use this
game time to really get
ready for districts.
The Lady Gators take
on Vernon on Thursday
at 4 p.m. (V). Keep your
tokens on Baker to coast
through this matchup
as preparation against
a more serious Freeport
team on Tuesday.
Keep your eyes open
for Sydney (softball and
volleyball) and Whitney
Boutwell (softball) as
See PREDICTIONS B8


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's Chelsea Combest and Sydney Boutwell
warm up during a routine practice on Monday.
The Lady Gators are set to host Vernon on Thursday
in a District 1-2A matchup at 4 p.m. (V)


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Foxwood
Lowball Results
iFeb. 24)

Randy Firth
Brian Cosgrove -14
Gary Barker
Bill Thomson
Tony Perez
Brad Gulnik
Jeff Holmes -12
John Blair
Melvin Cox

Cory McSween
David Smith -9
Alan Parsons
Hal Jellison

Tony Petrea
Marcus Mikulcik -8
Archie
Archie
Jesse Perez

Wade Roberts
Darrell Roberts -8
Gene Wright
Bob Van Lorynen
Bo Belanger

Dart League
Stats

1ST DIVISION
Hit Men 11
Dysfunctional Dogs
8
Jaguar's 7
Armageddon 4

HIGH IN STATS
Bob Dubois 120
Ellen Hashek 72

HIGH OUT STATS
Bob.Brich 96
Ellen Hashek 8
SEASON HIGH IN
STATS
Bob Dubois 120
Ellen Hashek 72
SEASON HIGH OUT
STATS
Bob Brich 96
Ellen Hashek 8
MEN'S MVP POINTS
&TONS
Bob Brich, 24, 6; Ste'e
Hinrichs, 24, 6; Wayne
Matlock, 23, 3, Ron Meyer,
21, 6: Ray Knudson, 21,
4, Ken Bundrick, 16. 3;
Bobby Gainey, 15, 2;
Bob Dubois, 14, 2, Adam
Kelley, 11, 1; Mark Benoit,
10, 1. John Montford, 9, 3;
Mike Miller, 9, 0; DJ Parks,
7. 5; Brooks Taylor, 2, 0;
John Hashek, 0, 0.
WOMEN'S MVP
POINTS & TONS
Ellen Hashek, 21, 1; Marie
Bundrick, 1, 0.


2ND DIVISION
Scorpions 9
Darty Minds 7
Stars & Stripes 6
Who Darted? 5
Al Riders 4
LAT.C. 0
Point of Punishment
-1.5
2ND DIVISION
HIGH IN STATS
Brian Soals 1
Misty Forsythe 8


HIGH OUT STATS
Rodney Brackett 68
Misty Forsythe 26
SEASON HIGH IN
STATS
Brian Soals 102
Misty Forsythe 88
SEASON HIGH OUT
STATS
Rodney Brackenl 68
Misty Forsythe 26
MEN'S MVP POINTS
&TONS
Tom Pallone. 17. 3, Devin
Fitzgerald, 17. 2, Brian
Soals, 15, 3; Ted Glover,
15, 1; Kevin Fitzgerald,
14 3; Phil Phillips, 12. 2;
Russel Carroll. 11. 1. Rich
Wesche, 11, 1.


SAR E We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community. F
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The Crestview softball team breaks a huddle after heavy rain but its practice short on Friday.


Ann Spann I Crjetvie:.. News Bulletin
Crestview's Jodi Montalvo runs suicides during
an inside track and field practice on Friday.


Ann Spann I Crestriew News Bulletin
The Crestview girls' track and field team practices sprinting inside the gymnasium during bad weath-
er last week. The track and field team start things off for the season at Choctaw for the Max Bruner
TRelays on Mar. 1 at 9 a.m.


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the field during a torrential downpour on
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Ann Spann I Ctreti iet. New,' Bulletin
The Crestview softball players gather their
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weather ended practice early.


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practiced for more than two hours on Friday
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TOM HAMMONDS

UPDATE



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QUALIFYING ROUND
Crestview resident
and NHRA driver
Tom Hammonds knew
Phoenix qualifying
would bring about a
different outcome, an


outcome that would
make him a contender
on elimination Sunday.
The team's strategy
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mark, and Hammonds
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Schuck's Kragen
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Cancellation of
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weather brought about
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race. Hammonds
had only two tries to
qualify for the race
and concentrated on
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front half track number
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the fastest sixty-foot
time (0.972 seconds) in
the second qualifying
round, running a time
of 6.687 seconds (205.47
mph). For this run,
softening the clutch to
tone down tire spinning
was accomplished to
give a fast start As a
compromise, they lost
speed at the end of the
track.
"We are excited to be


racing, but the sixty-foot
time was just one small
part of it," explained an
elated Hammonds. "We
did a good job getting to
the sixty-foot mark, but
I think everything down
track suffered."
Back half numbers
were off due to Team
Hammonds' tune-upand
carburetor adjustments
made as a result of the
first qualifying run.
In the first qualifying
run, Hammonds spun
the tires a little too much
in first gear, but the
run was good overall.


Team Hammonds' first
qualifying run resulted
in placing 16th in the
field with a time of
6.710 seconds (206.23
mph). The team came
into qualifying from
testing on Wednesday
at a track that gave
excellent conditions
that were thought to
mimic the Phoenix
track, but proved to
overcompensate.
For elimination
Sunday, matching front
half numbers with the
top end horsepower
remained key. The


Chevy Cobalt was
finally running the
way Crew Chief Jerry
Eckman and Hammonds
want. Changing set-ups
in terms of tune-ups and
carburetor adjustments,
as well as getting more
horsepower, gave them
a good run.
"We feel optimistic
about all the adjustments
we will make for a good
run and a win," says
Eckman.
Being consulted by
long time racer Rickje
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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008


Increase your financial literacy

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The war is over

Blu-ray emerges victorious;

Rest in peace HD-DVD
Greg Allen
Crestview News Bulletin


The high-definition
format war is finally
finished. The battlefield
has been cleared and
there is only one
survivor. Luckily for
us, this is a great thing.
Since the first
half of 2006, eager
consumers have
found themselves
in a quandary over
whether to dedicate
themselves to HD-
DVD or Blu-ray
high-definition media
formats. One of these
formats would be the
successor to our old
faithful friend, the DVD.
The promise of
crystal clear movies and
video content on a high-
definition screen in our
homes has allured many,
many consumers. Until
now, however, early
adopters have been forced
to make a choice between
the cheaper HD-DVD
devices or the beefier
technical specs of Blu-ray.
HD-DVD emerged
in early 2006 into the
consumer market.
Toshiba, the main
supporter of HD-DVD,
contracted a large
portion of movie studios
to distribute films on
the format. Sales were
lackluster at best due
to the high prices of the
players and media discs.
In June 2006, Sony's
Blu-ray made its debut,
but the hype had lost
steam since there was
already a high-definition
format on the market.
Again, sales of the even
more expensive Blu-ray
equipment left many
scratching their heads as
to which would lead the
way into bringing high-
definition movies and
videos into the home.
Since the later half
of 2007, Blu-ray sales
have pulled far ahead
of HD-DVD. The movie
industries were switching
one by one to Blu-ray- *
only contracts with Sony.
Toshiba held fast, but
received, a major blow
in the beginning of 2008,
when its largest supporter,
Warner Bros., threw its hat
in with Sony.
Toshiba held a press
conference Tuesday
reporting it would no
longer produce or support
the competing format to
Blu-ray. The war was over.
For you, the consumer,
the decision has been
made. The next home
media player you will
probably purchase will be
a Blu-ray disc device.
But don't think
you need to get on the
bandwagon now. Prices
are still high, and it will
be a while before we see
Blu-ray players below


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the $200 price point. Rest
assured, Blu-ray is here to
stay a long while. No new
formats worth mentioning
are heading to market any
time soon.
Blu-ray movies are
similarly priced to DVD
discs when the DVD
emerged in the late '90s,
but should see a price
drop all around since
more manufacturers will
be dedicated to the Blu-
ray format.
Also, don't fall for
retail trickery. Many
retail chains are having
seemingly extraordinary
sales on HD-DVD players
and media. But since
the format is no longer
supported, retailers
will be pushing a dead
format on unsuspecting
consumers.
If you've held out this
long in waiting to buy a
high-definition solution to
your movie enthusiasm,
congratulations! Other
than spending $500 on
your next home media
player, the decision to
upgrade to high-definition
never was so easy.

BEFORE YOU
GO BLU-RAY
The most important thing
to consider before taking
the plunge into Blu-ray
is. are you high-deinitionr
ready?

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your home rm.ovie quality
it displaying through a
normal. non-high-defirni-
non television

There are plenty of Blu-
ray players on the mar-
ket However, the prices
vary greatly. Try to avoid
prices below $300 or you
risk a very low-end de-
,vice Ihat may come with
its share of problems
Prices of higher end
players should come
dCoAn within the year.


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Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Your
neighbors know you are
taking medication. Your
neighbors know your
doctor is local, that you
buy your prescription at
Walgreen's, and you use
your American Express
card to pay.
How do yourneighbors
know?
They found your
receipt, stapled to the
prescription info, blowing
down the street during
their morning walk.
In the past they've also
found your credit card
statement. (Yikes! What
a huge balance you are
carrying!)
You aren't a habitual
litterbug. But you are
negligent when it comes
to guarding your personal
financial and medical-
information.
Unshredded, it blows
out of the garbage truck
on trash pick-up day.
Combine your
penchant for just tossing
receipts and statements
into the wastebasket
with the trash service's
failure to police behind
their garbage trucks, and
potential identity thieves
wouldn't even need the
inconvenience of rooting
through trash bins to steal
your identity.
March 2-8 is the
10th annual National
Consumer Protection
Week. This year's theme
is "Financial Literacy: A
Sound Investment."
Local financial
institutions encourage
their customers to use
the occasion to educate
themselves on steps they
can take to secure their
credit and protect their
personal information.
Identity theft "is a
growing problem, it's a
frightening problem,"
said Jeanne Oates, senior
internal auditor for Eglin
Federal Credit Union.
"We get the sad cases
after someone's account


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she said. Consumers need to


Eglin Federal Credit
Union's marketing
director Sherry Harlow
said there are several
precautions consumers
can take to safeguard their
sensitive information.

1. Review Your
Credit Record
"We recommend that
consumers check their
credit score," Harlow
said. "You're entitled to
one free report from each
of the three agencies each
year.
"It's really a good idea
to get one every four
months from a different
agency rather than hitting
all three at once," Harlow
recommended. "That
way you can track what's
going on with your credit
throughout the year."

2. Don't Give Out
Your Financial
Information
"Sometimes people
get phony phone calls
from someone claiming
to represent a financial
institution regarding
a recent transaction,"
Harlow explained.
"They're real convincing,
and before you know it,
you've given out your
account information."
If people get such a
call, Harlow advised,
they should hang up
immediately, go to the
phone book and call
their financial institution
and speak to the proper
department.
If a number supposedly
from your bank is left on
your answering machine,
look up the number
yourself. The one on
your voicemail could be a
direct line to the scammer,
Harlow warns.
Similarly, never
respond to "phishing"
attempts, in which you
receive an e-mail from
a financial institution
warning you to "update"


protect themselves."
Sherry Harlow
Marketing Director, Eglin Federal Credit Union


or "confirm" your account
information.

3. Protect Your
Information
"When you use ATM
machines, don't throw
your receipt down on the
ground and walk away,"
Harlow says. "It has
some important snippets
of information that a thief
can combine with other
snippets and obtain your
account information."
Financial institutions
unanimously recommend
shredding your bank
statements.
During Okaloosa
Saves' upcoming Feb. 29
identity theft prevention
seminar in Crestview,
EFCU will h6st a free
"Shred-Athon,", during
which a large shredder
will be available to mulch
sensitive documents you
may have laying around
the house.

4. Beware of and
Be Alert for Scams
"Counterfeit checks" is
a fairly recent scam that
often hits senior citizens.
The victim receives a
check for a sale, such as
on eBay, or as a "contest
prize." But the check
amount is greater than it's
supposed to be.
The scammer asks for
a refund of the balance.
By the time the victim's
financial institution
informs them that the
check was fake and not
payable, the thief has
absconded with the
refund money.
"Law enforcement
can't do anything about
it because the checks are
usually coming from
out of the country,"
Harlow said, "and you're
responsible for any money


you sent them."
5. Register Your
Credit Card if
You Make Online
Purchases
Harlow recommends
people who make frequent
online purchases, even for
simple transactions such
as advance movie ticket
purchases, register their
cards with SecureCode.
"We recommend it
for debit cards as well
as credit cards," Harlow
said.
There's a fee for the
general public, but the
service is free for EFCU
members, she added.
Members can access
SecureCard from the
EFCU Web site, www.
eglinfcu.com. Others can
visit Securecard.com.
"Consumers need
to protect themselves,"
Harlow emphasized.
You can start by buying
a cheap shredder.

NATIONAL CONSUMER
PROTECTION WEEK:
* Visit www consumer gov/ncpw
lor inloimalion about increasing
your financial literacy.
* Check your credit report al
Annualcredilrepor corn or call
(877) 322-8228 You are allowed
one free report from eacn of the
Inree credit agencies a year Check
a ditferent agency's tepon every
lout months rather than all three
,it once.
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BUSINESS


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


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Writing competition
Entries for the 25th
annual 2008 CNW/
FFWA Florida State
Writing Competition are
being accepted through
March 15, by the by the
Florida Freelance Writers
Association. Prizes range
from $50 to $100.
Divisions include
nonfiction, fiction,
children's literature, and
poetry.
Each entry must
be accompanied by
an official entry form.
Guidelines for submission
and entry forms can be
printed from www.writers-
editors.com or www.
FFWAmembers.com. You
may also get them via mail
'by send a self-addressed,
stamped #10 (4" x 9.5")
envelope to FFWA
Competition Guidelines,
c/o Dana K Cassell, PC
Box A, North Stratford NH
03590. You can also view
a tip sheet for contests
success at www.writers-
editors.com.

Okaloosa,
Saves Week
Okaloosa Saves is
hosting activities through
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 groups Child
Savings Project. Activities
and free seminars are as
follows:
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 detail's: 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.

Crestview
Chamber news
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.

.Charity auction &
tasting March 7
Okaloosa-Walton Child
Care Services will host
its annual fundraiser on
Friday, March 7 from 5 to
7 p.m. at Okaloosa-Walton
College's Building K on
the Niceville campus.


The event features a
number of the area's finest
restaurants and includes
an auction of a trip to
Atlantis in the Bahamas,
sports memorabilia,
vacation getaways, golf
packages, fishing trips
and more.
Tickets are $12 for
adults and $5 for children
ages 5-8, and will be $15
at the door on the day of
the event. They can be
purchased at the Child
Care Services office at
107 Tupelo Ave. SE in
Fort Walton Beach and
DeFuniak, Wilson Minger
Century 21, Buffalo's
Stampede and Hungry
Howie's Pizza, Niceville; in
Niceville, Anbther Broken
Egg Caf6, Anthony's
Restaurant, Magnolia Grill
of Fort Walton Beach. Call
833-9330 for details. All
proceeds benefit 'Child
Care Services.

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.


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The following ad valorem tax exemptions are available to qualifying
properties, individuals, and institutions. To receive an exemption this
tax year, proper application must be made in the Property Appraiser's
Office no later than March 3. 2008.

- Homestead Exemption
- Additional Homestead Exemption for those 65 years of age
and older-with a household adjusted gross income of $24,916
or less. Social Security income may not count (call for details)
- Widows, widowers, and blind persons exemptions
- Exemption for total and permanently disabled persons
- Exemption for certain t6tal and permanently disabled veterans
and their surviving spouses
- Exemption for disabled veterans with 10 percent or greater
service connected disabilities (also applies to surviving spouses)
- Exemption for disabled veterans confined to wheelchairs
- Charitable, religious, scientific, and literary exemptions
- Historic property exemption

- Hospital, nursing home, and homes for special services exemptions
-Nonprofit homes for the aged exemption,
- Proprietary continuing care facility exemption
- Low-Income housing property exemption
- Educational property exemption
- Labor organization property exemption
- Charter school exemption
- Community center exemption
- Economic development exemption
- Not-for-profit sewer and water company property exemption


For additional information, call
the Exemption Department in
Fort Walton Beach at (850) 651-7240;
or in Crestview at (850) 689-5900;
or visit our Web site at www.okaloosapa.com
Our office makes every effort to insure that property owners
are made aware of all exemptions for which they may qualify.
Again, as stated,above, in order to receive the exemptions this
year, applications must be filed in our office by the
MaLrch 3. 2008 statutory deadline.,


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Okaloosa County
Property Appraiser


NOTICE OF THE AVAILABILITY OF AN

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT -
The USDA, Rural Utilities Service has received an application for financial assistance from Blackman
Community Water System, Inc. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities
Service has prepared an Environmental Assessment that evaluated the potential environmental effects
and consequences of the proposed project. This notice announces the availability of the Environmental
Assessment for public review and comment.

The proposed project consists of the new construction of two (2)400 gallons per minute water supply wells,
one (1) 150,000 gallon elevated storage tank and installation of approximately forty (40) miles of water
mains in the water system's franchise area. All distribution lines will be located within the state and county
road rights-of-way.

Construction Practices will be employed to minimize temporary impact on any wetlands. Service
connection applications in areas where wetlands exist verify that all potential users have obtained proper
USACE Section 404 permits. The contractor shall also be required to minimize soil disturbance and utilize
storm water controls such as hay bales, silt fencing, and grassing.

Copies of the Environmental Assessment are available for review at:


USDA, Rural Development
Joseph P. Fritz, Area Director
932 N Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536


For further information, please contact Joseph P. Fritz, Area Director, at the above address or call
850-682-2416. Any person interested in commenting on this proposed project should submit comments
to the address above by March 24,2008.
A general location map of the proposal is shown below.
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2008


PREDICTIONS continued from B1 UPDATE continued from B3


well as Apryl Crawford
(volleyball) to sign
with Jefferson Davis
Community College on
March 4 at 1:30 p.m.
The Crestview
softball teams wants
to play. Simple as that.
Assistant coach Rob
Hubbs expressed his
disappointment in the
weather on Friday, but
is looking forward to
playing Pace in one of
the hardest games of the
season. Put your money
on Crestview for this
duel. Pace is solid this
year, but I believe Shasta
Tew, Kelly Balcerak,
Heather Kelly and
Jessica Long are going
to turn up the burner
against the defending


state champions.
The Laurel Hill
softball team is another
school with its hands
full of district and non-
district fun.
The Lady Hoboes face
South Walton and Baker
in preparation to their
back-to-back District
1-1A matchups against
Paxton and Central.
Look for a feature on
pitchers Katelyn Free
and Adearia Reeves on
.upcoming editions.
Those two girls have
the capability to pitch
the Hoboes into the
district finals this year.
Stick with Laurel Hill
to take South Walton
out of the equation this
Thursday at 5 p.m. (V).


Home-field advantage
is always something to
factor in.
After its first taste
of District 1-1A spiciness
against Rocky Bayou on
Tuesday, the Laurel Hill
baseball team prepares
for an all-out cross-
district shootout with
Baker on Thursday at 4
p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)
Both teams have their
ups and downs, so this
one is hard to call. I'll
have to check off Laurel
Hill as the winners for
that game. Senior Jon
Lyons, Ethan Jackson
and Aaron Blocker
should keep the mound
quite warm that night
for LHS -if Lyons is
well enough to pitch.


Smith, Hammonds
drew a matchup against
the No. 3 qualifying
slot held by Warren
Johnson at the Firebird
International Raceway.

OUT FIRST ROUND
A good showing
in the first round
of eliminations was
not enough for Team
Hammonds to advance
in competition at the
24th Annual Checker
Schuck's Kragen
Nationals, Firebird
International Raceway


in Phoenix.
Hammonds ran.
6.723 seconds (204.26
mph) .against Warren
Johnson. He pulled out
the' gaJte lat, but could
not .Liutain hi-, :peed
to the end ot the track
With weather and track
conditions being the
best of the weekend,
the team'<, set-ups did
not accommodate.
Too light on the clutch
and not enough gear
ratio played a major
part in the team not
advancing.
"We did not make the


necessary adjustments
to run the number
we needed to run,"
explained Hammonds.
Looking ahead
to Gatornationals,
Team Hammonds will
examine the engine
and evaluate all runs.
Testing on a home track
in Holt will give the
best conditions that are
similar to the upcoming
race Forging ahead to
a win is still the goal of
the team.
Gatornationals will
take place in Gainesville
from March 12-14.


HIG HER continued from B1


didn't really lose anyone
in the events we went to
state with I don't think,"
Lawhon said.
"We're taking the next
two weeks to get in shape
for our big meets coming
up."
Seniors Josh Beck
and Russell Scott also
are looking forward to
a strong season f.-'r the
Gator boys' track ieam.
"I have to run as hard
as I can and I want to
make it past regionals
and on to state just like
everyone else. We have
a good. strong group.'
Beck said.
Scott, another member
oflastyear'sstate-making
4x800 relay team, pointed
out this season's outlook.
"We are good enough
to get to state again.
We all need to practice
constantly, and because
of practicing so hard.
the race is no sweat.
Everything is getting
up to full speed and still
improving," Scott said.
Veterans Courtney
Gilmore and upcoming
athlete Haley Wagner
lead the Lady Gators
track team. Coach
Oglesby has big hopes
for them.
"Haley is only in the
seventh grade and a big
athlete that's going to
do big things this year,
and Courtney is right
there too in the 4 X 4 to
lead those girls to state,"
Oglesby.
The girls' 4x400 relay
finished fifth in regionals
last year.
"We're doing pretty
good. Like the boys
we haven't lost anyone
really. Kali (Flanders),
Apryl (Crawford) and
Haley (Wagner) make up
a .good team this year."
Gilmore said.
Over at Crest'iew?,
head coach Ernie Martin
has the same outlook for
his boys and girls this
season.
"We are in the toughest
district in the state
(2-3A.)," Martin said.
"The kids have to
get mentally tough to
perform. This sport is
more mental than it
really is physical, and we
get that into their heads
here. I'm confident."
The Bulldogs sent
Matt Sanders to state last
year for the discus event
and cross-country athlete
Lauren Day to state for


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Martin's 16 years in the
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to work out this year,"
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athletes here that when
they're on the team they're
not a freshman, sophomore
or junior, they're a track
athlete. We're only as good
as our next race."
The next race is at home
\\ith Choctaw and Fort
Walton Beach on Mar. b.
That gives the Bulldogs
a little more than a week
to get ready for their first
home competition.
Assistant coach Katie
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a solid season in her third
year as distance coach.
"We're looking good
with our strong athletic
girls back," Fitchett said.
"We have Lauren (Day v
in the two-mile, Dillan
(Brown), Jacob (Early),
and Blake (Sheflner).
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Fitchett being
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when searching for who
fits the right event during
track and field season.
"We have a good bunch
that come over from cross
country and it usually
works out nicely," Fitchett
said.
"From then we practice
every day, use famous
quotes to get messages
across, get inside the mental
part of the sport and Work
hard."
Coach Martin seconded
that.
"That's right, we're here
to be competitive. When the
kids race out there against
all those colored jerseys we
want to be well rounded
physically andmentally."
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE
NO.:05-DR-2578-C
IN RE: The Marriage of
Lacy Ann Holly
Petitioner/ Wife,
and
Darrell Dwyane Holly,
Respondent/ Husband.


payment or aebts, ana
division of real and
personal property, has
been filed against 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
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.


documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleading.
Dated February 8, 2008
DON W HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
02/13/08
02/20/08
02/27/08
03/01/08

Legal # 100288
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
2007-CA-1965-S DI-
VISION


GMAC
LLC.
Plaintiff


MORTGAGE,


JAMES E. SHEEDYet al,
r',. -1_ J _ #_- '


NOTICE OF ACTION Copies of all court e
FOR DISSOLUTION documents in this NOTIC OF CO-
OF MARRIAGE case, including NOTICEaOF FORECLO-
orders, are available SURE SALE
at the Clerk of the .NOTIC IS HEREBY
Circuit Court's office. NOTICE IS HEREBY
You may review GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
D omehiYn these documents nal Judgment of Mort-
Do Somet uponrequest. page Foreclosure dated
upon request. ruary 12, 2008 and
GoodFor You must kee h entered in Case No.
Clerk of the circuit 2007-CA-1965 S of the
iTo orrow Court's office notified Circuit Court of the FIRST
of your current Judicial Circuit in and for
address. (You may OKALOOSA Coun ,
file Notice of Current Florida wherein GMA
Address, Florida MORTGAGE, LCC, is the
1 ^.Supreme Court Plaintiff and JAMES R.
Approved Family SHEEDY" MORTGAGE
Law Form 12.915 ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
Future papers in this TION SYSTEMS, IN-
lawsuit will be CORPORATED. AS
mailed to the NOMINEE F6R HSBC
address on record at MORTGAGE SERVICES-
the clerk's office. are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
WARNING: Rule best bidder for cash at IN
RECYCLE 12.285, Florida Fam- FRONT OF CLERK'S
ily Law Rules of Pro- FRONT DOOR OF
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UNIT NO.2, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4 PAGE 37,
OF THE PUBUC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A 229 HUGHES
STREET, FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL
32548
Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seals of this
Court on February 13,
2008
DON W. HOWARD,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per-
sons with disabilities
needing s ecial ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, Fl.
32536-3515; tele-
phone number
850)689-5000, Ex-
nsion 7497, prior
to the proceeding. or
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IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
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sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.
E lin Parkway,
Shalimar, Fl. 32579;
telephone number
(850)651-7497,
prior to the proceed-
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02/20/08
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACfION CASE
NO.
2007-CA-003695 S
DIVISION
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC, SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.


.E.slnAflV DOMINGO G.
ALTORAN, et al
Defendantss.


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NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgement of Mort-
gage ,Foreclosure dated
February 11, 2008 and
entered in Case No.
2007 CA 003695 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC, SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN,
is the Plaintiff and DO-
MINGO G. ALTORAN;
SUZANNE I. RAMIREZ
are the Defendants I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at IN.
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00 AM on the 31
day of March, 2008, the
following described prop-
erly as set forth in said Fi-
nao Judgment:
LOT 11 BLOCK 2,
WILDWOOD PARK
SUBDIVISION AC-
CORDING T6 PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE
47 IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT,
0 KALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN MO-
BILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON, SERIAL
N U M B E R S
WHC010311GA &
WHC01311GB.


A/K/A 233 AJAX PAGE 24, OF THE
DRIVE NW, FORT OFFICIAL RECORDS,
WALTON BEACH, FL. ALSO DESCRIBED AS
325480000 COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHEASTERLY
Any person claiming CORNER OF SAID
an interest in the LOT 4; THENCE
surplus from the NORTH 51 DEGREES
sale, if any, other 10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
than the property ONDS WEST
owner as of the date (REFERENCE BEAR-
of the Lis Pendens ING). ALONG THE
must file a claim SOUTHERLY RIGHT
within sixty (60) -OF-WAY LINE OF
days after the sale. SOUTH VIEW DRIVE,
12.50 FEET TO THE
WITNESS MY HAND POINT OF BEGINN-
and the seal of this Court ING- THENCE SOUTH
o February 4, 2008 44 6EGREES 30 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
DON W. HOWARD WEST 201.11 FEET,
Clerk of the Circuit Court MORE OR LESS TO
By: Kristen Oswald THE NORTHERLY
Deputy Clerk SHOREUNE OF
CHULA VISTA
IMPORTANT BAYOU; THENCE ME-
In accordance with ANDERING NORTH
the Americans with WESTERLY ALONG
Disabilities Act, per- SAID SHOREUNE,
sons with disabilities 88. 5 FEET MORE
needing special ac- OR LESS, TO THE
commodation to par- NO tTHERLYUNE OF
ticipate in this pro- SAI ) LOT 3; THENCE
ceding should con- NO-TH 44 DEGREES
tact Court Adminis- 30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
tration at 101 James ON )S EAST ALONG
Lee Boulevard East, SAID NORTHERLY
Crestview, Fl., UN E OF LOT 3 AND
32536-3515; tele- ALONG THE EXTEN-
phone number SION OF SAID LINE,
850)689-5000, Ex- 131.21 FEET TO THE
tension 7497, prior CENTERUNE OF VA-
to the proceeding, or CATED FOREST AVE-
S h a I i m a r NUE, 201.11 FEET
(850)651-7497 MORE OR LESS TO
THE NORTHERLY
IMPORTANT SHORELINE OF
In accordance with CHULA VISTA
the American with BAYOU- THENCE ME-
Disabilities Act, per- ANDERING NORTH-
sons with disabilities WESTERLY ALONG
needing special ac- SAID SHOREUNE
commodation to par- 88.15 FEET MORE OR
ticipate in this pro- LESS TO THE NORTH-
ceeding should con- ERLY UNE OF SAID
tact Court Adminis- LOT 3; THENCE
tration at 1250 N. NORTH 44 DEGREES
E lin Parkway, 30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
Sialimar, Fl. 32579; ONDS EAST ALONG
telephone number SAID NORTHERLY
(85"0)6 5 1 -7494. UNE OF LOT 3 AND
prior to the proceed- ALONG THE EXTEN-
ing. SION OF SAID UNE,
131.21 FEET TO THE
02/20/08 CENTER UNE OF VA-
02/27/08 CATED FOREST AVE-
NUE; THENCE NORTH
89 DEGREES 39 MIN-
UTES 13 SECONDS
Legal # 100290 EAST LONG LAST
SAID CENTERLINE
IN THE CIRCUIT 118.14 FEET TO A
COURT OF THE FIRST POINT ON THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN SOUTHERLY
AND FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE
OKALOOSA OF SOUTH VIEW
COUNTY FLORIDA DRIVE; THENCE
CIVIL ACTION CASE SOUTH 51 DEGREES
NO. 10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
2007-CA-1075-S DI- ONDS EAST ALONG
VISION LAST SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY ULINE,
WASHINGTON MU- 3.33 FEET TO THE
TUAL BANK, NA, POINT OF BEGINN-
Plaintiff, ING- ALL IN SECTION
36. TOWNSHIP 1
vs. SOUTH, RANGE 24
WEST, OKALOOSA
ROBERT P. OSBORNE, et COUNTY FLORIDA
al, PARCEL i-A. THAT
Defendantss. PART OF VACATED
FOREST AVENUE,
NOTICE OF FORECLO- BLOCK 1 MOONEY'S
SURE SALE NORTH SUBDIVI-
SION AS RECORDED
NOTICE IS HEREBY IN BOOK 1 PAGE 24
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- OF THE PUBLIC REC-
nal Judgment of Mort- ORDS ALSO DE-
gage Foreclosure dated SCRIBED AS COM-
February 14, 2008 and MENCING AT THE
entered in Case No. NORTHEASTERLY
2007-CA-1075-S of the CORNER OF SAID
Circuit Court of the FIRST LOT 4; THENCE
Judicial Circuit in and for NORTH 51 DEGREES
OKALOOSA County, 10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
Florida wherein WASH- ONDS WEST
INGTON MUTUAL (REFERENCE BEAR-
BANK, NA is the Plain- ING), ALONG THE
tiff and ROBERT P. OS- SOUTHERLY
BORNE; are the Defend- RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
ants, I will sell to the OF SOUTH VIEW
highest and best bidder DRIVE 15.83 FEET
for cash at IN FRONT OF TO THE POINT OF BE-
CLERK'S FRONT DOOR GINNING. THENCE
OF SHALIMAR ANNEX CONTINUING
at 11:00 AM, on the 18 ALONG THE LAST DE-
day of March, 2008, the SCRIBED COURSE
following described prop- 15.83 FEET; THENCE
erty as set forth in said Fi- SOUTH 38 DEGREES
nal Judgment: 50 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 12.90
PARCEL 1: FEET TO THE CENTER
LOT 36 PART OF LOT LINE OF VACATED
4 AND PART OF VA- FOREST AVENUE;
CATED FOREST AVE- THENCE NORTH 89
NUE BLOCK 1 DEGREES 39 MIN-
MO6NEY'S N6RTH UTES 19 SECONDS
SUBDIVISION, AS RE- EAST ALONG SAID
CORDED IN BOOK 1, CENTER LINE, 20.42


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FEET TO THE POINT CASE NO: 08 DR 710 and information.
OF BEGINNING; ALL DIVISION Failure to comply
IN SECTION 36, can result in sanc-
TOWNSHIP 1 Charles L Pierce JR. tions, including dis-
SOUTH RANGE 24 Petitioner missal or striking of
WEST, 6KALOOSA pleadings.
COUNTY, FLORIDA. and pleaings


A/K/A 151 EL- Robin R. Pierce
DRIDGE ROAD, FORT Respondent.
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547 NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION


Any persons claim-
ing an interest in the
surplus from sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as
of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty
(60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on February 14, 2008.
DON W HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview FI.
32536-3515; tele-
phone number
850)689-5000, Ex-
nsion 7497, prior
to the proceeding. or
Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.
Ealin Parkway,
Shalimar, Fl. 32579;
telephone number
(850)651-7497,
prior to the proceed-
ing.
02/20/08
02/27/08

Legal # 100291


NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, let it be
known that Charlie
Brown Climatic Control
Mini Storage, Inc., lo-
cated in Valparaiso,
Okaloosa Counly, Flor-
ida, gives notice to:
Douglas Riddle
286 -New Hope Road,
Dacula, Ga. 30019 that
personal property stored
in Unit # 38 shallbe sold
to the public on March 3,
2008 at 9:30 am at the
mini storage facility
02/20/08
02/27/08

Legal # 100302
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA


OF MARRIAGE


Dated february 22,
2008
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk


TO: Robin R. Pierce 02/27/08
702 26th St. 03/05/08
Bedford, IN. 47421 03/12/08
03/19/08
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you al # 100303
you are required to serve Legal #100303
a copy of your written de- IN THE CIRCUIT
fenses, if any to it on T FIN THE CIRCU T
Charles L. Pierce JR. COURT OF THE FIRST
whose address is 104 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
New Castle Cir. Fort AND FORS
Walton Beach Fl. 32547 COKA^ LOSDA
on or before March 28, COUNTY FLORIDA
2008, and file the orii- ^ CAS NO.:
nal with the clerk of tis 06-CP-1400
Court at the Okaloosa IN . .TATEO
County Courthouse, IN RE: ESTATE OF
1250 N. Eglin Parkwa KYMBERLY DAWN
Shalimar, Florida 3257, THOMAS,
before service on eceased.
Petitioner or immediately AMENDE NTIC
thereafter.lf you fail to AMENDEDNOTICERS
do so, a default may TO CREDITORS
be entered against d. f.. .
ou for the relief The administration of the
demanded in the state of Kymberly Dawn
petition. 'Thomas, deceased,
whose ate of deathwas
Copies of all court January 11, 2002 File
documents in this iNumber 0 P-1 460, is
case, including ndin in the Circuit
orders, are available r ourtf Fr Okaloosa
at the Clerk of the County, Florida Probate
Circuit Court's office. Div sion, the address of
You may review which is Okaloosa
these documents County Courthouse, r101
upon request. James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, Florida
You must kee the 32536. The names and
Clerk of the circuit addresses of the personal
Court's office notified representative and the
of your current ad- personal representative's
dress. (You may file attorney are set forth be-
NnilrA f file. low,
*~o.sc I u0 Cii


Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents


All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedents estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice has been served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE TIME OF


Aquatic Management Services and Consulting
Employment Opportunities
Aquatic Biologist/Assistant Manager
MasterAquatdcs-FI. is located in Crestview, Florida and has one full-time
year-round position opening at this location beginning in the spring of
2008.
Master Aquatics specializes in the management of lakes, ponds and
wetlands throughout the panhandle of Florida, and the gulf coasts of
Alabama and Mississippi. MAfserAquatia also provides distribution, sales
and service for Aqua Mater Foundation and Aeration Company.
The position includes a full benefit package Including health insurance and
dental coverage, 401 (k), life Insurance, paid holiday and vacations.
Applicants should have a biology/chemlstry/natural resources or
horticultural degree and/or 3-5 years of background experience. Ideal
candidate should have 2-3 years of field experience In the aquatic Industry
with the ability to obtain a pesticide applicators license.
Applicant should be career-oriented with mechanical aptitude and
computer knowledge. Experience with boats, outboard motors, trailers and
ATVA Is required.
Apply by March 15,2008. Send your resume to: Master Aquatics, c/o
John Cortell, 709 Ashley Drive, Crestvlew, FL 32536
or by E-mall atsjcorte masteraquatlcs.com.
www.masteraq uatics. com


Part-Time Member

Service Representative

Looking for an energetic, customer service
oriented individual with a high school diploma or
equivalent, or two years experience in customer
service/clerical duties and cashier experience.
Normal office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., however
no set hours or schedule-On Call. Must be
available on an as needed basis. Area offices
located in Auburn, Baker, Bluewater Bay, Santa
Rosa Beach, and Freeport.
Applications will be accepted through March
14 at CHELCO's DeFuniak Springs office. The
application can be accessed on-line at www.
chelco.com[Marker], click on the employment
link to complete and submit, or pick up
application at any CHELCO office and return to:

CHELCO, Human Resources
P.O. Box 512,
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435,
Fax number 850-951-2302.
RESUMES ACCEPTED ONLY IF
ATTACHED TO APPLICATION.
Drug Free Workplace-EEO-M/F


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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 2008


1103 ]
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent s estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST


1103 I
against you for the
re ief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documnets in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of hte
Circuit Court
Legal 100272


PUBLICATION OF IN THE CIRCU
THIS NOTICE. COURT
OF THE FIRST JI
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO CIAL CIRCUIT
FILED WILL BE FOR- IN AND FOI
EVER BARRED. OKALOOSA
COUNTY,
NOTWITHSTANDING FLORIDA
THE TIME PERIODS CASE
SET FORTH ABOVE, NO.:08-DR-85
ANY CLAIM FILED DIVISION
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
'orCII AC^


DECEDENTIS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is Feb-
ruary 27, 2008
GILLIS E. POWELL, JR.
FLORIDA BAR NO:
183427
POWELL, POWELL, &
POWELL
POST OFFICE BOX 277
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
32536
(850) 682-2757
ATTORNEY'S FOR PER-
SONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE
KEVIN TODD GOSSETT
1925 King William Road
Virginia Beach, Va.
23.55
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
02/27/08
03/05/08


Legal #100282
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.#
08-DR-593 Division:
Ana Posey
Petitioner
David Posey
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: David Earl Posey
125 Garfield Dr. -
Fort Walton Beach Fl.
3247
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and.that you
are required to serve a
copy ot your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Ana Maria Posey whose
address is 129 Hu hes
Street FWB Fl. 32548 on
or before March 28,
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida 32579,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default
may be entered






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
3208 TWILIGHT 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
off-1 0. This little cottage
would make a great starter
home on a large level lot
with back yard privacy fenced
$145,00
5700 JV WOOLLEY RD
Nice 3/2 all brick home on 1
acre just east of Crestview.
Large carport & back porch
to enjoy the country quiet.
,$174,900



Bay/is & Davis
Realty
Your Creslview Connection


LARRY JA
BOUDREAUX,
Petitioner,
and
BRENDA
BOUDREAUX,
Respondent. .
NOTICE OF ACTI
FOR DISSOLUTI
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Brenda
Boudreaux
Respondent's Last K
Address:
203-13th Street
Panama City Bch
32413
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
an action has beer
against you and tha
are required to se
copy oa your written
senses, iF any. to
Larry James Boudr
whose address
203-13th Street, PaC
City Bch., FL 3241
or before March
2008, and file the
nal with the clerk
Court at Oka
County Courthouse
nex, Shalimar, FL 32
before service on
tioner or immed
thereafter. If you f
do so, a default mi
entered against yo
the relief demand
the petition.
Copies of all court
ments in this case, i
ing orders, are ava
at the Clerk of the C
Court's office. You
review these docu
upon request.
You must keep the
of the Circuit Cour
fice notified of you
rent address. You
file Notice of Curren
dress, Florida Famil'
Form 12.915.) I
papers in this laws
be mailed to the a6
on record at the c
office.
WARNING:
12.285 Florida F
Law Rules of Procm
requires certain
matic disclosure of
ments and informal
Failure to comply ci
suit in sanctions, i
ina dismissal or sh
ofpleadings.
Dated: 1-31-08
CLERK OF THE CIR
COURT
BY: Kristen Oswald
Deputy Clerk
02/06/08
02/13/08
02/20/08
02/27/08


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black and white bull mix Day Bed $50. call after
found in Baker Holt 4:00pm'689-7559
vicinity. Proof of owner-
ship will be required.
826-0029
3230
". a^ Crestview


IT
UDI- PETS& ANIMALS
{ 2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
5-S Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials
AMES


Get Hook, round, &
FAYE Tapeworms. Rotate
Happy Jack tapeworm
tablets and Liqui-Vict.
OKALOOSA
ON
E STORE
682-9333
Faye www.happyjackinc.com
Known Lab, Chocolate, female,
3 yrs old, $200.. Donna
FL 850 683-4559
Rat Terrier pups 3 male 2
r that females 1st shots
n filed dewormed & health Cert.
at you with puppy starter kit
rve a ready '76/08 call
n de- 830.6503 or after 5 pm
it on398-6625
reaux,

130n 21 30 J
fori i-
loosa
2579,
Peti- Round & Square
lately ,Bales Hay for Sale Fert.
fail to & Shed kept Dry Baker
ay be FL. All cut this summer
Du for $35.00/Rd
ed in $4.00/Bale
850.582-1054
docu- _----
nclud-
ilable '- ",
Circuit , .,
may )
ments

Clerk
t's of-
r cur- MERCHANDISE
nt A 3100- Antiques
"iLW 3110 Appliances
3120L Arts & Crits
ruture 3130 Auctions
lit will 3140 Baby Items
address 3150 Building Supplies
clerk's 3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
Rule 3180 Computers
family 3190 Electronics
edure 3200 Firewood
auto' 3220 Furniture
docu- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
ation. 3240- Guns
an re- 3250- Good Things to Eat
nclud- 3260 Health & Fitness
In.U" 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
"iking 3280- Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
RCUIT 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 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 &
Parts, open 8am-6pm,
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
ance parts, appliance re-
pair. 215 N. Main
Street, Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515
diers Stacked full size
cell washer & dryer, hew
than $700 firm. Call
of 826-1833
oards
sta-
The
4d to
recy -- 3130
the
hut hu VW
be a
AUCTION!!
Saturday, March 1st
6:30pm. at Garcon Mar-
ket & Antiques, located
at 3526 Garcon Point
Rd., Milton, Florida (1/2
mile S. of 1-10, exit 26).
NW Close-out items: display
tables, chairs, cabinets,
new & old wood furni-
n ture, home decor, glass-
see ware, Nascar memora-
bilia, cast iron, primitive
tools & multiple computer
d items. Come join us for a
s night of fun and great
kwy bargains! Bring us your
items for sale and you
get 80% when t is sold.
ton $5 minimum bid.10%
Buyers Premium James
diers Smith Auctioneer, Lic #
c)(3| AU3184. For info call
tons Dan 850-525-9395 or
Janis 850-206-1753


Single white male 70
5'8 1701bs. Looking for
a small white lady 62-72. NEf T IJIJ
I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
a ood woman to share Curios for ale. Prices
an do things together. range from $100-$300.
Please write RLB P.O. Also two great 2 piece
Box 876, Crestview FL storage cabinets. $150
32536, or call (850) each. 1940s sideboard,
689-8038 $150. Call 682-3965


February 29 &
March 1st9 am-until
Moving Sale
345 Wingard St.


NEW TOIJAY


r 4100
Aero/Aviation/Defense
A & P Mechanic
Sunshine Aero is taking
applications for an A &
Mechanic. Must have
own tools. Apply in per-
son at Sunshine Aero In-
dustries 5545 John
Givens Rd, Crestview, FL.
Phone 856-682-6811.
Aero/Aviation/Defense
Aircraft Refueler
experienced in the gen-
eral aviation field. Apply
in person Sunshine Aero,
5545 John Givens Rd.,


Crestview Crestview, FL, Bob Sikes
4 family yard Airport. 682-6811
sale Automotive
3145 Pinewoods Drive
Saturday, March 1 7-12, Sales People
East on hwy 90 approx. Immediate opening for
3 miles from 85 and 90 professional sales people
intersection, take left on Great team atmosphere,
Shoffner Blvdi, then left awesome pay plan. Easy
onto Pinewoods Drive. work schedule. Apply in
Follow signs. Dining person Gary Smith
room table and chairs, Honda,225 Miracle Strip
microwave, couch, chair Pkwy see Beri or Jamie.
screen doors, toys, chi(- Web ID #27792779
drens clothes, kitchen ap- C I # 7 7
pliances, tools, books, Construction/Trades
much more. HVAC Tech
Crestview Trainingl
Feb, 29 & Sat. Mar. raining!
1st 7am Heat up your
Multi-Family 6039 Old Career!
Bethel Rd. priced to sell No exp. needed. Get na-
Crestview tionally certified in 3
Huge Inside wks...L'ocal job place-
-Hg Iment, asst, financing
Yard Sale available. Classes start
Most Thurs-Sat nowl 877-994-9904
9:30am Drivers 0
429 N
Hathaway Driver Trainees
Hathaway St Needed
Across from Twin Hills Needed
Park. Everything V2 off! No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Crestview. Home weekends with
Huge Multi TMC. Company en-
FamilyYard dorsed CDL Train in.
Sale, 1 866 280-i5309
Sat 7am-Nbin Education/Training
Furniture, baby clothes,
toys, electronics, floral Exp. Preschool
wedding supplies, more. Teacher
3008 Pine Lake needed for the Crestview
Court 'location. FT & PT posi-
otions for the right individ-
Crestview uals. Must be 18 yrs or
March 1 7 am- Noon older, FL40 a plus, CDA
The Emerald Coast Par- a plus. Must be avail
ents of Multiples, a within 32 weeks or
non-profit support group sooner. Apply at 1040
for parents and guardi- Farmer Street, Crestivew
ans of twins triplets and
more is holding their an- E
nual Spring Garage Fund
raiser. Item s for sale in- N
clude babyequipment, W ,DA
toys, infants, children and Healthcare/CNA/Aide
maternity cloths and
much more. To get there PT Resident Aide
take HWY 85 in Crest- needed at Crescent Park
view to Live Oak Church Village. Must be flexible
Road, turn into Adra Golf and pass background
Club then left to 109 Live screening. Apply in per-
Oak Court. For more in- son only to Crescent Park
formation on the sale or Village, 551 Redstone
the "Twins Club" please Ave West in Crestview.
call EOE
682-4556/218-1421 Healthcare/Social Srvcs
Crestview
March 1st 7am Substance Abuse
-noon Counselor
6106 Staff Rd. Air needed at Walton Cor-
hockey table, fiberglass rectional in Defuniak
lid for dodge Springs. Background
trucklwhitee, windows Screening rqrd. BA & 2
36x6 white, 36" fiber- rs exp. 4in (k) / health
glass door with light, deni al. Fax resume to
electric blower, and 850- 522-1534 or e-mail
edger sofa sleeper lots SheliaRand@aol.com
of girls and boys cloths, helioRand@aol.com
adult ladies clothes, base- Maintenance
ball equipment lots of Bent Creek Apartmens has imn-
D mediate openodtion ormainte-
toys and household nonce person hrs. week
items. with benefits. Experience in
plumbing SR, painting, electri-
Crestview ,col anP carpeptry need .
Sfree work place valid a.
March st 8 am-2pm license & transportation re-
quired. Some travel required.
192 Patton St. off E ual Opprtuniui Employer.
Stillwell Cancel if Rain vie, nl25ree t d8Crest
Crestview Manufact'g/Production
March 1st
9am -3pm CNC
1151 Panama Drive VHS
movies Middleton & Set-Up Person
Drake collectable Dolls in for production oriented
org. box and machine shop. Must be
cloths.lnguire anytime experienced with all as-
about dolls at 682-7051 pects of fast paced pro-
duction machining. Qual-
Crestview ifications include ability
Professional 9alf to read prints, use stand-
clubs, bags balls, driv- ard precision measuring
ers, hybrids, wedges, equipment. Apply in per-
putters, iron sets. Very son at Custom Produc-
reasonable. New & tion, Inc. 3100 Adora
used. 5711, Mt. Olive Teal Way, Crestview
Rd. Sat. March-1 st. 8-12 850-689-2889
TUPPERWARE Other
New Catalog, monthly PT Youth Worker
special replacement wanted. Call First Baptist
order. Call Jackie Church of Holt
682-4305 850-537-6170
T lA/:WT! Painter
Exp. Painter lOhr.
326951-0166


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JACKSON
BROWNE
CONCERT
TICKETS
(5) Mobile Saenger Thea-
tre/March 17. Great
seats Orchestra Section,
Front Row. $55.00@.
Call James (850)
689-0097. Leave mes-
sage.







EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information


Michael Gardner
of Award Chevrolet invites
everyone to stop by and let
him show you how you can
drive away in a new or used
vehicle today.


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AN AMEMRiANW WUI1ON
A ward Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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BUSINESS & FINANCIAL]
5100 Business
Opportunities"
5110 Money to Lend



Downtown Crestview
boutique for sale. Turn
key operation. Everything
incl. Low rent 758-7536

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[REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
8110 -Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6100 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


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is S11 in clarity and
weights and obs
approximate by
and comparison on
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measurement
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7"6110 |
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet, gated, no pets
$60dmo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574

Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. I & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity

Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available:
1 & BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview, FL. Call
85 0-6 82-5563
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity





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



jEfW TroBAY

American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
2592 Victoria Pl, 2br,
1 ba, $650
0311 Strawbridge Dr
3br, 2ba $900
039 Regent Rd
3 br, 72ba, $1000
0718 Lee Ave
3 br, 2 ba, $790
0210 James St. 2br,
1ba, $650
*2856 Penny Ln. 3br,
2ba, $850
0296 Oakview PI. 3br,
2ba $800
*4600 Middleton Rd,
5br 2.5ba, $800
*3957 Bear Creek Rd
2br 1.5ba $825
*374 Brackin St.. 3br,
2ba, $825
0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br 2.5ba $845
0217 Southview Dr. 3br
2ba, $850
0221 Pinoak Ct. 3br,
2ba, $850
e1225 Northview Dr.
3br 2ba, $900
,2252 Titanium Dr. 4br,
2ba, $1400
2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br2ba, $1450
2820 Taam i Tr, 3br,
2ba, $1050
0315 John Kin Rd
3 br, 2 bo, $ 25 r
0226 Southview Dr.
3 br, 2 ba, $875
0332 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $740
01328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba, $1050
06219 Winstead Rd,
3br, 2ba, $875
*130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$925
01002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1000
0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


I" 6140
Coldwell Banker JME
Really 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, FI
32536 (850689-1515
or (8501682-5922
9307 Walnut Ave, br,
I ba 700sf, $450 triplex
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1st month rent free
*286-A Henderson St
2br 1ba, 900sf, $525
triplex
*2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
02716 Paddock Circle,
4br 2ba, 2097sf,
$1 195 endless pool
*262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,309sf,
$960, End Unit TH
0268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome
*272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975 new townhome
*274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$960, new townhome
02385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
0226 Runnymeade Drive
2br 1.5 ba, 930sf,
$600 townhome
02385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. 1 br, 1 ba
1352sf, $595 util. incl.
0114 Feldon Drive, 3 br
2,ba, 1426 sq ft, $900
half off first months rent
0 5814 Reinke Drive- 4
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $895
in ground pool
0 19 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br 2 ba, 1025 sf,
$1025, fenced w/large
deck
03267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $845.
1 st month rent free
* 5590 Wheeler Place,
3br, 2ba, 1636sf,
$1075, cul-de-sac
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br, 2ba, 1942sf,
$1 00 1st month rent
free.
04815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
0114 Hampton Drive
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
TH
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
e4859 Kensington Lane,
br 2ba 1427sf,
$100 V2 off 1st months
rent
0803 Aunt Polly Place,
3br 2ba 1702sf,
$1095 marble fireplace
0 128 Patton St. 2br,
I ba, 900sf, $625 lawn
care provided triplex
0122 Mill Pond Cove,
4br 2ba, 1812sf
$1050, screened in tiled
porch
for further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com
Country living 3/4 mile
north of High School.
3br 1.5ba, $800/mo.
$800 security deposit.
No pets. Call 830-8411
or 582-2722
Crestview 3br lba,
1400sf, $700/mo.+dd.
* 2br 2ba 1400sf
$750mo. Calr 865-0184
Crestview 3BR, 2BA,
garage CH&A, fans,
blinds fenced. Some pets
OK $875mo. 678-3,343


Baker, 3br, 1ba + 6 Crestview 4 BR, 2 BA,
acres. As is you main- 2200sf Lee Farm S/D
tain. $76. Call Yery nicel Avail. April 1
850-2314979 $1250, 850-698-5044
Crestview beautiful
Bake Coun living brick 3br 2ba, incl.
3 br rb, 1 a. $6h 5 m Lease'
Sgar, Ibage pck uoo& Leasv purchase option
incl garb.e ik avail. Cup
pest control 582-5036 avll 699-3833
leave message. Crestview, So. 1-10
4BR 2BA 2CG, pet ok.
Beautiful 3 BR home in 217-9473sf ence, 300
Crestview 1 acre lot. 7-9473
Immediate occupancy Crestview: S. 1-10, 3BR
$t50/mo + iu7 a3ep 2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
2 n-4 otile2ave m() dep. Flex lease for mili-
277-4538 leave mes- tory. 850-502-9340
sage


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


Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
Crestview
401 Apple Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $800+dd
0513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2/2ba$F000+dd
5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mo+dd
0 4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
0 2932 Sholtz Ave.
3br, 2ba $1000+dd
0 352 Riverchose Blvd
3 br 2 ba$1075+dd
0 5272 Cavalier Dr.
2br, 1 ba, $725mo+dd
6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba$850mo+dd
4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 21/Q ba
$2000mo +dd
0 202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
121 Trenton
3 br2 ba $950mo+dd
5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba $875mo+dd
0 545 Tikell
4br3ba $1250mo+dd
0 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
0 1443 Thunder Ridge
Road
3btr, 2ba $950mo+dd
0 211 Warrior
3 br, 2 ba, $1200mo
Baker
0 1031 Lighthouse
Church Rd.
3br, 2ba $650mo+dd


NEW TIDAV

Janet Johnson
Really, Inc
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
0 1108 Blackberry Circ.
4 br 2 ba, $1300
Laurel Hill
0 3329 Berrywood Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $650
Crestview
* 687 Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba, $695
0 689 Valley Road
3 br, 2 ba, $750
0 5297 2Opportunity Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $795
* 6020 Gagpon
3 br, 2'ba,$850
0 265 Lindber St
3 br, 2 ba $850
* 420 Oak Place
3 br, 2 ba, $895
0 124 Walker Circle
4 br, 2 ba, $975
0 1317JeffrineDr
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
0 2835 Atoka Trail
4 br, 2 ba, $1100
* 1420 Quail Ridce Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
0 6119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5 ba; $775

Rent to Own
3000 down $440mo.
br, hba. $62,500. :
Also 4br, 2ba, $3500
down, $660mo.
$87,700 Crestview.
537-9798


Rent to Own
2br house, corner lot,
in Cresiview New win-
dows, carpet, vinyl,
paint. 897 E Walnut
3000 down $555mo
537-9798


6140 1| ;7160
Crestview 1991
...,r na Peachtree 14x76. 3br,
NEW 0 I AU 2ba, on rented lot or can
be moved. $12K obo.
Teel Waters 420-6443 or 682-0390
Real Estate Flint Ft. Mobile Home 2
RENTALS bd 2 ba $7500.
682-6156
204 Booker St.
575 2 br, 1 ba g o,
2117 Hagood Loop 1
1295, 4 br, 3 ba, 2cg 7190
No pets ARIZONA LAND
428 Riverchase r i.ATrKI,
$1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg LIQUIDATION!
No pets Near Tucson, football.
f 391 Riverchase field-sized lots. $0 Down.
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, $0 Interest $159/'o..
No pets $18,995 total). Free in-
2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd formation. Money back
$1800, 3br, 22ba, 2cg uarantee82103 Toll-free
All Properties require a -www80082-6103 sitsladrpshcom,
credit check, 1 yr lease www.sunsieslandrush.com
no inside smoking Pei ---
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost .
682-6156
Crestview
3 Br 2 Ba $875/mo
* Laurel Hfill
3 Br, 2 Ba 2cg new -'r
home $975/mo. Section 0AUTOMOTIE, MARINE
8 accepted. RECREATIONAL I
682-5533 or after hours' 8100 Antique & Collectibles
850-956-2553 8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
6170 8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles ,
Auburn- Large 2br, 8170-Auto Parts
2ba MH, large yard & Accessories
$550mo, $575dd 8210- Boats
No pets, 8220 Prsonal Watercraft
No pets, 8230 Sailboats '
No smoking 8240 Boat & Marine
Call 240-0890 Supplies
SN ly e 8310- Aircraft/Avlatlon
Baker; Newly remod- 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
eled 2br, I1ba, mobile 8330 Campers & Trailers
home on quiet 1 acre lot 8340- Motorhomes
Lg front porch, furnished J
or unfurnished $550mo/
$550dep, no pets/smok- CARS
ing. Ret. Required Sen-
iors welcome 537-2510
Crestview 2br, 1 .5ba Cadillac DeVille 1989
$480mo. Quietpark. No heat, leather seats
pets. Military &seniors power locks/windows
seats. Great Condition
welcome. 850.585-8192 great transportation soild
investment for tax re-
NE T Ay turn.$1900. Contact Ben
NEW TrI J 3054427
Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
3104 Holley Dr., no 1F U A
pets. 682-1972 '
Niceville completely re- Crown Victoria 2000
modeled 3br ba, police interceptor
$650/mo + $650 dep. 14000. miles never
259-8646 used as patrol car, adult
---- driven, very fast $6000.
S 0obo305-2078
/ 'i 'ULincoln Mark 8 1995'
SBody & interior in good-
condition but does not
run 115,000 miles
305-3035 for more -de-.
tails
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE F
7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/ 8120
Property
7120 Commercial Montero Sport 1999
7130- Condo/Townhouse 91,000 ora miles.
7140 Farms & Ranches valued $7800. asking
7150 Lots and Acreage $3,000. obo 689-3770
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town 8130
Real Estate
7200 TImeshare .0!,!


| 71oo $5,600
Nissan Frontier 1998
I TI nBny~ KBlack truck. New tires.
NEW TI"'1 Runs excellent. Call
Sl now 850-3765081
Crestview- 2 story, 3


Crestview- 2 story, 3
br, 2 ba, 1 co, 1312sf,
cul-de-sac South of 1-10. so T
Many upgrades. Call for
an appt. $165K obo. N
Call 830397 Chevy Silverado
For sale by owner; 3br, n T o-
2ba, lare bedrooms, tonTurbo
larae kitchen, 1 acre, Diesel 2006-
$149,900. 240-0890 4x4, 23K mi. $32K. Will.
Holt sell with 2002 Wanderer
REDUCED Lite, Travel Trailer for
1891 S.F. home on 2 $38,500. 259-7621
acres many xtras
150,000. Century 21 Ford Bronco
Linda Stegway Moultons 1984 -
ReALTY 82-3489 or 4x4 1984
240-3406 Needs transmission.
Good condition. $600
Navarre firm', (850) 417-1800
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in ,
the heart of Navarre.~
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
home offers 1582 sqft 2003 Harley
with 3BR and 2BA and Davidson 883
will find a very open Annersary
split floor plan with a edition
magnificent kitchen fea- 4K miles, tons of extras,
turning beautiful appli- all receipts, $5700 obo.
ances (including refrig- Call Nick,
orator) and tons of 850-374-2131
counter and cabinet
space includinR a cen-
ter island.~ There is
also a-very large back-
yard that is .fully 8170 -
fenced.- You will not Fiberglass camper shell
want to miss out on the w/ camps. for 8 ft. bed.
opportunity to see or 300. obo 537-9706
own this lovely home.- 537-8516
Offered af only
$189900. MLS
#481226.- Call today .
to see for yourself.
Jodi Van Wagner/ 8220
Coldwell Banker United Lookin for
850-723-1907. .L k or
Dead 2000 Yamaha
Rent to Own No credit GP8Q0 waverunner ,(or
needed No Banks comparable year td rob
needed 850-243-2172 or u r .. Please
call U'6 74-5. Leave
,, ... , message if no answer.

Rick E4person Realty, 8sIu
LLC Sales and Rentals 1
Call 850-865-7777 999 HR 27 FT.
www.nortlwestflahomes.com $8000. 537-3053
'^ ^ 598-6864


S7150o NEW TOBAY
1 acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area.
Call 850240-0890 Wanderer Lite
Mossey Head Travel Trailer
REDUCED 2002
3 large lots with utilities Slide-out. With towing
39,000 in Century 21 package. Like new.
Moultons Realty linda $8500. Will sell. with
Ste way 2006 Chevy Silverado
682-3849 or 240-3406 YAton Turbo Diesel for
$38,500. 259-7621.


Will Sell for:
$5,5O003

758-9398


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