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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: March 5, 2008
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Red Cross


could use a helping hand


Donations

to local

organization

at low ebb
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -
Recognizing "the con-
tributions of the many
heroes of the American
Red Cross for their con-
tribution to building
a better quality of life
in Crestview," Mayor
David Cadle proclaimed
March 17 Hometown
Heroes Day.
The brief Monday
morning ceremony in
the mayor's office was
attended by Red Cross
representatives includ-
ing Linda Biller, chief
executive officer, and
Dianne Connors, chair-
man of the organiza-
tion's local Board of
Directors.
In recognizing the
contributions of the
125-year-old organiza-
tion, the mayor's proc-
lamation noted, "In
the past year alone, the
Red Cross of Northwest
Florida has responded
to 42 local emergencies,
assisted 4,565 military
families, and trained
2,240 people in lifesav-
ing skills such as CPR
and first aid here in
Okaloosa County."
"The city of Crestview
and Okaloosa County
have been very support-
ive of the American Red
Cross," Biller said while
thanking the mayor.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletinr"
Flanked by Linda Biller and Dianne Connors of the local American. Red Cross chapter,
Mayor David Cadle proclaims March 17 as Hometown Heroes Day in Crestview.


ONLINE
To read the complete
Hometown Heroes Day
proclamalion, visit our
Web site,
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Cadle expressed con-
cern about the downturn
in -area charitable giving
to the Red Cross.
"One thing we're
concerned about is the
extent of contributions
coming in," Cadle said.


"The financial contribu-
tions dry up when there
are no disasters."
If contributions fall
low enough, Cadle
warned, it could result
in the closing of the lo-
cal Red Cross chapter.
"It is a problem,"
Connors concurred.
"Not having any hur-
ricanes ,in the past two
years have been a good
thing and a bad thing-
for us, bad because do-
nations are much lower


than they typically are
when there's a need."
Connors also en-
couraged north county
residents to join the
Red Cross's Heroes
Campaign.
"The city of Crestview
has the opportunity to
support the American
Red Cross by becoming
Hometown Heroes,"
Connors said. "We're
asking the city to come
together to become he-
roes."


Top local recipe will win pearl necklace


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


From backyard barbecues and
family feast days to just plain
suppertime, north county cooks
are renowned for the variety and
bounty of their kitchens.
We want to share some of
north Okaloosa County's favor-
ite family recipes in the Lewis
& Co. Jewelers/Crestview News
Bulletin Recipe Contest.
Send us your family's favorite,
as well as its story (100 words or
less, please). It can be a main dish,
dessert, side dish, casserole, etc. '
We'll pick a group of finalists,
based on the recipe and the story
behind the recipe. Finalists will
be invited to prepare the dish
and bring it to the News Bulletin


N


at noon on March 26.
A distinguished panel of local
gastronomes will taste-test the
chosen dishes and render their
fair and impartial judgment.
The creator of the winning rec-
ipe will receive a gift certificate
for a $200 pearl necklace from


Lewis & Co. Jewelers.
We don't just want to know
your recipe. We know there's a
tale behind every dish we eat in
these parts. So we want to hear
the story that goes with the rec-
ipe.
Who originated it? Has it been
passed through the generations?
What are your memories associ-
ated with it? Is it only served at
special times of year?
Submit your recipe' its sto-
ry, and your phone number to
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com,
or bring the information to the
News Bulletin office.
A collection of local recipes will
be listed in the Eating In, Dining
Out area food and dining special
section inserted in your March 29
Crestview News Bulletin.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Department investigators speak with
the Liberty Tax Services employee who was robbed at
gunpoint early Monday morning at the South Ferdon
Boulevard location.


Police looking for


suspect in robbery

Man took cash from Liberty Tax Service


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

'Police responded to an
armed robbery at Liberty
Tax Service on Ferdon
Boulevard in Crestview on
Monday morning.
The robbery took place
just before 9 a.m. The assail-
ant was reported to be a tall,
slender black male with lit-
tle or no hair, wearing jeans,
a zip-up gray, hooded sweat
shirt and light-color tennis
shoes and gloves.
According to a Liberty
Ta\ Service employee and
spokesperson, the man en-
tered the store with a hand-
gun and demanded checks.
The spokesperson said
the man shoved another fe-
male employee's head into


a door and then shoved her
into some tables.
The spokesperson said
the man took an unknown
amount of petty cash and
left the scene on foot. He
was last seen heading north
near Domino's Pizza.
The victim reported pain
where her head struck the
door and hyperventilation.
Emergency personnel at-
tended to the victim on the
scene.
Anyone with informa-
tion about the incident can
contact the Crestview Police
Department at 682-4157
or Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers, 863-8477.

Visit crestviewbulletin.com
for photos, video and more up-
dates.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Under a plan submitted by JRW Investments, two oak
trees on this South Main Street lot would be cut down and
a 4,500-sq.ft. office and retail building would be erected.

Staples office supply clips

through the TRC meeting


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW In less
than an hour, the Technical
Review Corihmittee of
the city of Crestview
Administrative Services
department approved sev-
eral projects Monday.
SIf final approval is re-
ceived by the city coun-
cil, these projects will not
only bring new business
to town, but will increase
Crestview's size.
Most significant was the
unanimous approval giv-


en to site plans presented
by Crestview ST, LLC, the
owner of the land where a
Staples office supply store
is planned.
The land is divided
into three parcels on the
east side of South Ferdon
Boulevard between
Hospital Drive and the
Asia Garden restaurant.
The northernmost par-
cel would remain unde-
veloped under the plan
approved by the TRC. The
middle and south parcels

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Crestview News Bulletin


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NVEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008 LOCAL


STAPLES continued from Al


would contain the Staples
tore and a storm water
detention area.
The committee ex-
)ressed its pleasure that
almost the entire plan met
vith city code require-
nents. A five-foot land-
;cape buffer, rather the
en-foot required by law,
betweenn the development
nd the apartments east
f the site would need to
>e approved by the city
council.
Like the other landown-
;rs and developers who
Presented plans to the
FRC, Crestview ,ST also
nust revise its landscape
:lan to meet local laws.
Codes require that
)lans show exactly what
species of trees will be in-
:luded in the landscaping
Plan. Of the trees, 50 per-
.ent must be shade trees,
hnd 75 percent must be in-
Vigenous to the area.

Main Street building
A review of JRW
investments' plans for
4,500-square-foot of-
ice and retail building
planned for South Main


IN OTHER BUSINESS, THE TRC:
* Reviewed and approved site plans for a change of oc-
cupancy to the James Lee Building at 313 W. James Lee
Blvd.
* Rei-ewed and approved site construction and floor
. plans for Rogers Grant Development, LLC, for a 2,400-sq.
tr office and warehouse building on Valley Road.
* Reviewed and approved with contingencies revised site
construction. foundation and elevation plans for Hathaway
hMini Siorage on IHorth Hathaway Street,
* Voted 4 to 2 to approve a change of occupancy request
t-,.r the Mosaic Church to be located in tenant space at
703 Ashley Drive the Ricrey Enterprises Cornpley otf PJ
,darns Park.wa/
* Reviewed and approved a request for annexatiron conm--
prehensive plan amendment and rezoning of 43 46 acres
of the Indian Trails subdivision located in. Township 24 .
West


Street also generated
discussion.
The plan didn't meet
code requirements. The
plan included- a provi-
sion for a chain-link
fence, which isn't per-
mitted; lack of park-
ing (23 spaces would
be needed, but none
were provided for in
the plan); and minimum


setbacks were not met.
In addition, two old
oak trees on the lot
would be cut down.
In explaining why the
TRC would have to reject
the plan, Administrative
Services director Mike
Wing told property
owner Jody Watts that
exceptions to the law
would have to be pro-


vided by all regulatory
bodies.
"What. we're saying
'to you, if you want to
push the development
through at the moment,"
Wing said, "we'd have
to abide by the laws"
and reject it.
Watts said he under-
stood the requirements
of the Main Street regu-
lations and the commit-
tee's position.
"I want to keep the
look and feel of the Main
Street district," Watts
assured the committee.
To avoid flat-out re-
jection of the plan, the
TRC agreed at Watts'
request to table the pro-
posal.
"We can't ignore the
law," Wing said, "but
we can propose to the
council that they change
the law."
Wing said the TRC
plans to present code re-
vision ideas to the coun-
cil "pretty soon." He
suggested the developer
speak to the committee
again. in a week or so to
assess progress.


Tall Pines Christian


to close its doors


Crestview News Bulletin

Tall Pines Christian
Academy in Crestview
will be closing permanent-
ly on June 15.
Tall Pines Principal
Michael Hinson made the
announcement in a faxed
statement.
"The TPCA's Adminis-
tration and Staff thanks
the North Okaloosa
Community, with all sin-
cerity and humility, for the
opportunity to have served
you faithfully and well for
twenty-five years," the re-
lease said. "At the end of
this era, we trust that we
have been instrumental
in preparing some of your


future leaders mentally,
spiritually and physically
- to face a promiising to-
morrow with courage, re-
solve and enthusiasm. We
will miss our current and
former students and their
families more than we
could possibly express."
. Hinson confirmed the
release by telephone and
said the school would
have no further comment.
Tall Pines is a K-12
school accredited by
Accelerated Christian
Education. The school had
189 students and 16 teach-
ers at the end of the 2006-
07 year, according to the
privateschoolreview.com
Web site.


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dance with the "Public
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of 1997."
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the Okaloosa C County
Sheriff's Office and is
currently residing at
7075 Springcreek Road
in Laurel Hill.
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Crestview hosts district Democratic caucus


Kyle Wright /
Crestview News Bulletin
:A supporter of Barack Obama
dele'gate-aspirant Hester
Roberts invites Democrats
to take part in the caucus..


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

It was an election with-
'in an election.
Democrats from Flor-
ida's 1st Congressional
District ejected their del-.
egates for :the Democratic
National' Coonventioh .on
Saturday during a cau-
cus meeting at the Old,
Spanish Trail Shrine Club
in Crestview.
Naomi Hardison
and Lewis Jennings of
Okaloosa County were
elected as Barack Obama,
delegates. Samuel A.
Horton of Escambia
County also was chosen


as an Obama delegate.
Judy Byrne Riley of
Okaloosa County was cho-
sen as a Hillary Clinton
delegate.
Bill Vincent "of Santa
Rosa County was chosen
as a John Edwards del-
egate; ..
SThe, unofficial results
are as determined by cati-
cusicounters..
The caucus winners
still have hurdles to clear
before being seated at
the Democratic National
Con mention this August in
Denver.
The Democratic'. Na-
tional Committee has said
it will not seat Florida's


delegation because the
state moved its Presidential
Preference Primary up to
January 29.
Florida Gov. Charlie
Crist threw another vari-
able into the works when
he said he would support
holding a second Florida
Democratic Primary. The
new primary would be
held to ensure the state's
delegates being counted
at the national conven-
tion.

Read Kyle Wright's
thoughts on the haggle over
Florida's convention delegates
at the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com


North County students are off to the opera


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE .- When
the curtain rises on to-
night's final dress rehears-
al of La Bohlme, students
from Laurel Hill School
and Milton High School
will be in the audience.
"This is our first year
opening up our dress re-
hearsals to students," said
the Pensacola Opera's di-
rector of education and
community outreach,
Tim Kennedy. "We hope
to make this a continuing
program."
The beloved opera
- it's the second-most
performed opera in the
United States will be
presented at 'the state-
of-the-art Mattie Kelly
Fine and Performing
Arts Center at Okaloosa-
Walton College. Public
performances are Friday
at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday
matinee at 2 p.m.
.Kennedy said at the
final dress performance,
the Laurel Hill and Milton
students will 'experience
the complete production
and more.
"It's just like a real per-
formance," he said, not-


Pensacola Opera / Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Bless their hearts, Mimi and Rodolfo discover the joys and
heartbreaks of young love in Puccini's La Boheme, opening
Friday at OWC.


ing that the director on
rare occasions may halt
the performance to cor-
rect a minor flaw or two.
That just gives students
a chance to see what goes
on in mounting a major
opera, Kennedy said.
"La Boheme is a perfect
'first' opera for high school
students," Kennedy said.
"The youthful, passion-
ate characters resonate
with all generations -
especially teens."
First performed
in' February. 1896, La
Boheme weaves the lives
and loves of a group of.
Bohemians,' the poor


but hopeful artists who
lived in late 19th-century
Paris.
Mix in some rent
dodging, shoe shopping,
carousing, a whopping
case of tuberculosis, and-
Some of the classical
stage's most soaring and
spectacular music, and
you've got a production
of dazzling proportions
that has delighted audi-
ences for 112 years.
(Also, in true opera
;tradition, someone dies at
the end, but I won't spoil
'it by 'telling you who.) :
We aare thrilled that
our production at OWC


LA BOHEME
Giacomo Puccini's
popular masterpiece will
be performed in its original
Italian with English super-
titles projected above the
proscenium..
Performances are
March 7 and 9 at the Maltie
Kelly Fine & Performing
Arts Center at Okaloosa
Walton College An op-
Lional "Meel t e Artists"
reception 'vill follow the
performance.
Tickets can be pur-
chased from Pensacola
, pera at (850) 433-6737,
and from OWC's box of-
fice at (888) 838-ARTS or
online at owc.edu/arts
Reservations are required.

will allow us to bring our
education programs to
the students of Okaloosa
County," Kennedy said.
"We're really excited that.'
we have schools from
Okaloosa County com-
ing."
During intermission,
Kennedy, who plays both
the landlord Benoit and
the :government wonk
Alcindoro, will come out
in costume for a question
'and answer session with
the student audience.


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Nataly Louise Green was Okaloosa County's first
Leap Year baby of 2008.


Leap Year baby


welcomed at NOMC


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW The
north end of the county
* welcomed a Leap Year
baby Friday morning.
Nataly Louise Green
was born at 12:39 a.m.
at the North Okaloosa
Medical Center to
proud parents Laura
and Nathan Green of
Crestview.
Little Nataly weighed
5 lbs., 6 oz.
"She is one of the
most healthy preemie
babies they've had born
here," said Laura Green.
"We feel God's blessed
us."
The Greens had been
concerned about several
medical issues affecting
Nataly prior to her birth
arnd relied on their faith
throughout Laura's


pregnancy.
"Miracles like this
are only ordained by
the Lord," said Nathan
Green as he cradled his
newest daughter.
"She's a prayer baby,"
Laura confirmed.
"And God answers
prayers," nodded
Nataly's grandmother,
Vevie Stover.
Stover, Laura Green's
mother Marian Ingram,
and Nataly's oldest sis-
ter, Cassi Tedder, 19, had
kept watch with Laura
throughout the night.
In addition to Tedder,
Nataly has two more
sisters and two brothers
waiting eagerly at home
to welcome their new
sister.
Noting the special
day of Nataly's birth,
Laura Green said, "She'll
.age gracefully."


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008 LOCAL Crestview News Bulletin I A.5


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Crestview Police Dept.
crime reports

SPA UL HARTLEY, 59,
of 312 West Hickory Ave., was
charged with felony battery, do-
mestia battery by strangulation. *
MICHELLE W. JACKSON, 30, .of"
548 South Savage St., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated
battery, iand knowingly driving
while license suspended or re-
voked. RICHARD L. GRADY,
35, was charged with kidnap-
ping .
:1/7: ANDREW JOSEPH
RICHARDS, 20, of 661 Cypress
Ave., Panama City, Crestview,
was charged ~.ith exposure of
sex organs ,
'2/6:. JONATHAN
DENMETRIUS MOORE, 21, .of
203 School Ave., Crestview, was
charged with trespassing prop-
erty. ,
2/7:' JAMES. WALTER
WAFKER, 35, of 1005 Martin.
Lither King Jr. Blvd, Crestview
was charged with battery (do-
mestic violence). BRENDA
LOUISE AKERS, 37, of 757. Bay
St., Crestview, was charged with
battery on a law enforcement of-
ficer.
2/8: VICTOR ANDREW
WEIMORTS, 26, of 226 Third
Ave., Crestview, was charged


with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuina;,.drug para-
phernalig'and caine.
2/9: KA.REN ANN
GARDNER, 38, vf 6213 Lightning
Ridge Road, Baer, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, second of-
f',ense.
2/10: BRANDON WILLIAM
AVALLONE, 18,.. of 4670
Browning Court, Crestview, was
charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia. NIKOLAS
JERAMY STAPLES, 1198 Texas
Parkway, was charged with
aggra vated battery of a preg-
nant victim. JACQUELINE
K. WILLIAMS, 29,: 696: Long
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine and
marijuana. KEITH DAVID
JACKSON, 23, of 309 Seattle
Slew Court, Crestview, was
charged with disorderly, intoxi-
cation. JUETT ANTHONY
DEGRAAF, 31, of 315 Green Oak
Drive, Crestview,, was charged
with worthless checks.
2/11: JENTRY BRIANNE
JAMISON, 28, of 1069 Farmer
St., Crestview, was charged
with grand theft. RODNEY
HANSFORD,32,of 260Bracewell
St., Crestview, was charged with
criminal mischief over $1,000,
knowingly driving while license
suspended and reckless driving.


DIRECTORS
George Whitehurst Andy Powell
ADVANCED PLANNING
Brenda Anderson
Phone: (850) 682-3052 436 West James Lee Blvd.
Fax: (850) 682-3600 Crestview, Florida 32536






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Saturday, April 5th
7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The parking lot spaces are being rented
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The rental fees will be donated to
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Get a taste of the Triple B Saturday


Special to the News Bulletin

If you happen to be
near downtown Crestview
on Saturday, chances are,
your nose will lead you
straight to The Triple B
Festival.
The annual event is
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and is hosted by the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce.
The Triple B fills Main
Street with the delicious
aroma of barbecue on the
grill, tempting passersby
to stop and sample some of
the mouth-watering meat
selections while enjoying.
toe-tapping live bluegrass
music.
The Triple B, which
stands for Blackwater,
Bluegrass and Barbecue,
features a variety of ven-
dors and exhibits, a chil-
dren's activity area and a
barbecue cook-off.


S ; ...s Special to the News Bulletin
The streets of downtown Cnrstview were filled with people for the Triple B festival in 2007.
The 2008 Triple B is Saturday.


Teams of friends, busi- TRIPLE BS
'ness colleagues and civic ..
groups all compete against What: Blackwater,
one another for title of Bluqgrass an Barbeque
Grand Champion. Some! Where: Main Street
fire up their grills in the When: 0 a.m. to6 p.m.
wee hours of the morning, i' Saturday .;
slow-cooking their meat -
to perfection in hopes of
earning bragging rights sauce competition is also
and the coveted winner's available.
trophy. Event attendees will
Judges select a winner enjoy the performances of
in meat categories includ- local bands such as Delta
ing chicken, ribs, pork and Reign, The Wayfarers and
beef brisket. A barbecue Lock, Stock and Barrel on


the Florida Lottery Stage.
At 2 p.m., contes.tapits
in the Miss and Little Miss
'Triple B Pageant will take
center stage not in the
traditional ruffled and se-
qumed pageant gowns,
but rather in chic denim
'iad boots. Those crowned
during the pageant, will
help present trophies to the
winners of the Barbecue
Cook-Off competition lat-
er in the evening.
Okaloosa Gas will have
several cooking demon-


stations throughout the
day at its Main Street lo-
cation. Covenant Hospice
will be on site selling fully
cooked Boston Butts for
$25, raising money for the
non-profit organization's
work in North Okaloosa
and North Walton coun-
ties.
Downtown Crestview
merchants and restaurants
will be open for business
in'anticipation of the thou-
sands of people wh6 are
expected to attend.


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Bob Sikes Airport

The Outback Steakhouse Bloomin'
Onion Airship was docked at the Bob
Sikes Airport in Crestview on Monday.
According to the Outback Web site, the
blimp was en route to New Orleans. A
spokesperson for the airport said the
blimp was waiting for unfavorable flying
conditions to subside. Learn more about
the blimp at http://www.outback.com/
sportsandentertainment/airship.aspx

Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin


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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008


Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
Wear your PJs today
for Story Time. The fun
begins at 10:15 a.m. Come
enjoy bedtime stories read
by Ms. Heather.
Our children's Lap
Sit program will begin at
10:15 a.m. on March 12.
Children under the age of
3 are invited to join us for
stories, songs, and finger-
plays about Leaping
Leprechamuns.
On March 19 at 10:15
a.m. we offer Story Time
for children three years
old and older. Join us for
Easter stories.
Teens mark your
calendar for "Teen
Takeover" on, March 7
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Library card with Internet
permission is required.
Don't miss this fun after-
noon at the library. We
will have Nintendo Wii
games as well as Internet
for your enjoyment.
Register now for our
March 18Family Library
Time program, "Easter
Egg Clackers!" Minimum
age is 6. Everyone who
wants to decorate a clack-
er must sign up,
On April 8, at 6
p.m. in celebration of
American Library Week
and National Poetry
Month, the Crestview
Public Library will host
an Open-Mic Poetry
Evening. If you would
like to read a poem you
have written, please call
682-4432. Friends of the
Crestview Library will
also sponsor a poetry
writing contest for area
middle school and high
school students. Poems
should be submitted to
the library. Cash, books,
and t-shirts will be
awarded for top three
places. Deadline for
submission of poems is
March 24.
I have a volunteer
interested in leading a


Book Discussion Group
here at the library. If
you're interested in join-
ing please come into the
library and sign up. We
are ready to start plan-
ning. As soon as we
have four to six people
interested we will have a
meeting and decide what
we want to read; what
day and time the meet-'
ings will be held and
how often to meet.
Our book discussion
group will consist of a
group of readers who
participate in regular
meetings to discuss
specific books. You will
enjoy spirited discussions
in a social personal envi-
ronment. Since this group
is in the beginning stages
members will vote on
a list of suggested titles
that have been submitted
or take turns selecting a
book.
A successful book
discussion group can be
determined by the choice
of books. Remember, it
is important that the ma-
jority agree upon a title.
With the right selection
of books, our reading
group will continually
provide interesting dis-
cussions. The Library
will provide the books.
We can use our ILL (Inter
Library Loan) or internal
request process to get
several copies of a title.

STAFF PICKS
"On the Shotlders
of Giants: My Journey
Through the Harlem
Renaissance,"
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
(796.323092 Abd).
Kareem's interest in
African-American and
Jazz history is depicted
in this book that gives the
reader an insight into his
life as a young boy grow-
ing up in Harlem and his
coming to terms with his
talent on the basketball
court. This is an impor-
tant historical novel the
opens your eyes to life in


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the mid-1900s and allows
you to understand what
"on the Shoulders of
Giants" means to him. An
inspiring read.
"A call to Greatness:
Challenging our next
President," (David
Abshire. 352.230973 Abs).
"Every presidential
candidate and every
president should read "A
Call to Greatness." David,
Abshire has long been
one of Washington's true
Wise Men, and he teaches
many important lessons
from the past. At a dan-.
gerous time when leaders'
seem stuck in partisan
bickering, Abshire shows
what the people want
and the nation needs." -
Evan Thomas, Assistant
Managing Editor,
"Newsweek."
This is an excellent
book that should be in-
teresting to all citizens as
they prepare for the 2008
elections.
"Gotta Keep on
:Tryin," Virginia DeBerry,
Donna Grant. (Fic DeB).
Two lifelong friends
form a company and look
\forward to the rewards'
of entrepreneurship.
Friendship, family and
business keep these two
women struggling to
regulate their lives and
business. The reader
will find this book is a
realistic portrayal of the
motivation and sincere
friendship of these two
Women.
"Obama: From
Promise to Power,"
David Mendell, read
by Dion Graham. CD.B
Obama
Mr. Mendell pro-
vides an insider's look
at Barack Obama, from
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LIBRARY
ACTIVITIES
* Story Time, 10:15 a.m.
today
* Teen Takeover, 4:30 p.m.
March 7
* Lap Sit, 10:15 a.m. March
12
* Family Library Time,
March 18
* Open-Mic Poetry
Evening, 6 p.m. April 8

Senator, his debut at
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that allows the reader to
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and the possibilities
,of change Mr. Obama
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political and personal
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Graham.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
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Heather, Anna, Marie,
Sengdara, Lise, Tracey,
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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
"We have an obliga-
tion and a responsibility
to be investing in our
students and our schools.
We must make sure that
people.who have the
grades, the desire and the
will, but not the money,
can still get the best edu-
cation possible." Barack
Obama


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are invited to attend.
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Scholarship Fund and an-
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From staff reports

TODAY
BAKER GATORS
REUNION: Today is the last
day to RSVP for the reunion
of Baker Classes of 1961, 1962
and 1963. The event 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
years at the school, feel free to


bring them to share with oth-
ers.
For details, contact Donna
Erdman at 537-4800 or 537-
8047.

MARCH
STEWARDSHIP &
FINANCIAL SEMINAR:
with Rev. Thrift Thursday,
March 6 and Friday, March 7
at 7 p.m. nightly at Cavalry
Apostolic Church, 1010 Bay
Street, Crestview (behind Eglin
Federal Credit Union). Learn
how to make your money go


farther.
Followed by revival servic-
es March 8 at 7 p.m. and March
9 at 10 a.m. Call 682-6191 for
details.
MARCH 8 PAGEANT:
Blackwater, Bluegrass and
Bar-B-Q will host a sportswear
pageant on Saturday, March 8
in downtown Crestview. No
pageant gowns, only "off the
rack" sportswear. The kings
and queens will reign over
the BBQ event for the rest of
the afternoon. Sponsored by
the Crestview area Chamber
of Commerce and directed by
M&D Events. Call 682-0031,
974-0220 or 682-2175 for de-
tails, or go to www.woolcom.
net/M&D.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center drives are planned
Saturday, March& 8 at Wal-


Mart, Crestview, 10 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Phone number 862-4216.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES:
will be for sale in Crestview
($3.50 per box). All proceeds
from the sale remain in the lo-
cal community to support Girl
Scout programs. Sale dates are
listed below.
Friday, March 7 Wal-Mart,
4-8p.m.
Saturday, March 8 Publix,
10 a.m. 5 p.m.
Sunday, March 9 Winn-
Dixie, 12- 4p.m.
SENIOR CIRCLE
EVENTS: RSVP two days be-
fore the events listed below
to attend by calling 689-8409.
SC = Senior Circle Classroom,
at 127-A E. Redstone Ave. in
Crestview.
March 10: Crafts with Gerda
at noon in the SC.


March 11: Yoga at 8:45 a.m.
in the SC.
March 12: Bridge at 10 a.m.
in the SC.
March 13: monthly Lunch-
eon at 11:30 at the Airport Road
Church of Christ in Crestview.
March 13 and 14: The Silver
Shoppe Sale
MUSEUM
COOPERATIVE & COUNTY
OFFICIALS: featured March
6 at 5:30 p.m. on Channel 6,
"Focus on Okaloosa." The
Thursday, March 27 guests are
Airport Director Greg Donovan
and Commission Chairman
James Campbell.~-Details:
Heritage Museum, 678-2615
or the BOCC, 651-7105.-
FUND-RAISER: The Pilot
Club of Pensacola's 27th an-
nual Pancake Breakfast starts
at 7 a.m. Pancakes, bacon, juice
and coffee will be served at $5


for adults or $3 for children
thunder 12. Take out is avail-
able. Baked goods and other
foods will also be available
for purchase, as well as used
books. Tickets will be avail-
able at the door. Call 434-3277
for details.
BOSTON BUTT FUND-
RAISER: Covenant Hospice
Boston butt sale March 8 from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Main
Street in Crestview. Tickets
are $25 for a 6-8 pound fully-
cooked Boston butt, for pick-
up on the 8th. Delivery avail-
able on Friday, March 7 for or-
ganizations with orders of 10
or more. All proceeds benefit
unfunded special programs
and patient care in north
Okaloosa and Walton coun-
ties. To order, call 682-3628 or
visit www.covenanthospice.
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Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School senior Dominique
Maisonet (right) receives a "Good North
Okaloosa Deed" certificate from News
Bulletin editor Kyle Wright. Maisonel was
recognized for returning a lost purse. If you
know of someone who performed a good
deed, let us know by calling 682-6524 or
e-mailing kylew@crestviewbulletin.com

What are NODs?
NODs are "North OlIlloosa Dchi E ',i,
other "week W 'le 11 ?eCogim:1c /copl.'. and i .,'ia ua-
tioiis who pe'foriiied "Goud No, th Okal,;.ia
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receive a certificate hvnm the Cr st'-iew Ntawsu
Bulletin. We'll al o shAike- our iollec/ii'. hii'i at
some "Bad North Okiiloosi Detds.

Good NODs
A Good NOD to American Legion Post
75 for continuing its tradition of provid-
ing Valentine's Day goodies to residents at
Parthenon Health Care The post provided
more than 200 bags of cookies.
A Good NOD to Rebecca Castleberry
of Crestview for receiving the Acaderruc
Excellence Award during the fall punnmig
ceremony for the Oka]loosa-Walton College
nursing program. The Academuc E\cellence
recognition is awarded to the graduate with
the highest grade point average both overall
and in nursing courses, w ith excellUncc dcm-
onstrated in theory and knowledge compe-
tencies.
A Good NOD to the Friends of the
Military group for working to orgauuze an
"Appreciation Day" on Armed Forces Day
Ma\' 17 The next meeting of the Friends ol
the Military is scheduled tr 1 p.m March 17
at the Crestview library.
A Good NOD to the Farm Bureau
Federation for providmg free groceries to
a pair of local families in connection \\ ith
Food Check Out Week The Fann Bureau
Federation provided grocenes to one family
at Wmnn-Dixie and one family at Pubhl\
A Good NOD to the Antioch
Elementary Knowledge Masters Academic
Team for its good show-ing in recent competi-
tions. The team fished third in the winter
district competition and fifth in the \ winter
state competition.

Do i/o know of so,,eon t'Io telViformed a
Good North Oknloosa Deed Cll 682-6524 or
e-mnail kylewi'@creesin't'l'till.co"a. We'll recog-
nize the do-gooder in the Crestview News Bulletin
and a cresti'itU'ullethi corn



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Visitors to the crestview- of the future Chamber of Analysis: Obviously, Question: Do you sup-
bulletin.comrn Web can vote Commerce building? few people liked the pet port the sale of alcoholic
on the weekly poll ques-, Result: Of 33 voters, 24 license fee or how it was beverages during the Old
tion on the right side of the agreed with the decision to collected Spanish Trail Festival:
page. build the new building on Result: This was our
These polls are wildly the north side of Crestview. *** most popular poll. We had
unscientific. Eight said the new cham- 42 voters in favor of the
They do, however, pro- ber building should have Question: Should sale of alcoholic bever-
vide interesting results been builtin the down- the city and county ages at the festival, and 33
and can spark useful de- town area, near the current help finance a proposed against.
bates over north Okaloosa facility. One person would shopping, dining and Analysis: This is-
County's important issue. have preferred a location, entertainment facility in sue will come before the
Here's a snapshot of re- closer to Interstate 10. Crestview? Crestview City Council
suits from recent crestview- Analysis: As a rule Result: Of 58 voters; 41 again in some form. The
bulletin.com polls. thumb, people go out, would be fine with the city. current ordinance prohibit-
Question: Do you think of their way to express, and county footing part of ing alcoholic beverages in
north Okaloosa County is disagreement more often the bill for a Crestview mall. city parks is written in a
in danger of a water short- than they do to express Analysis: People in way that makes one-time
age in the near future? agreement. Therefore, north Okaloosa County re- exemptions difficult. A
Result: Of 21 people even though many have ally want a mall! more flexible version of the
who had voted by Monday expressed angst over the ordinance would make the
afternoon, 17 do think the move, most seem to agree council more likely to con-
area has a water crisis on with the decision. sider such requests in the
the horizon. Question: Do you sup- future.
Analysis: The issue port Florida's proposed
came up during a recent property tax amendment? Log on to crestviewbulle-
Crestview city council Question: Did the coun- Result: Fifteen were in tin.com to vote in this week's
meeting, and city staff does ty make the right decision favor of the amendment poll, "Would you support a
not foresee a water crisis in by eliminating the $10 pet and 14 were against. Confederate emblem on state'
the near future. license fee? Analysis: Told you specialty license plates."
Result: This one was these polls are unscientific! Visit the "Passing Shots"
unanimous. All 25 re- More than 75 percent of blog at crestviewbulletin.
spenders said the county Okaloosa Comunty voters comn. Contact Kyle Wright at'
Question: Do you made the correct deci- supported the amendment 682-6524 or e-mail kylew@
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Letter to the Editor: Dwyer article biased


Dear Editor:

This letter is in response
to the articles in your paper
regarding Andrew Dwyer.
Why did your reporter
give such a lopsided view
of Andrew's charges when
the Daily News, that same
week, gave a much more
unbiased report. I'm sure
your writers had access to
the same information that
the Daily News had access
to. It seems your writer did
a good job of crucifying Mr.
Dwyer by noting a very
one-sided account of his le-
gal history.
Your reporter also, in
November, chose to crucify
a community Thanksgiving
service in which over 200


people attended in Laurel
Hill. Yes, it was the first
time our church served as
the host church, and if we
rode over time, we apolo-
gize. Had your reporter'
been more interested in re-
porting a community event,
why wasn't he attend-
ing the service instead of
hanging around the dining
hall waiting for everyone
to dismiss? (We are aware
that there were several el-
derly neighbors who chose
to remain there because
they were uncomfortable in
walking from the church to
the dining hall in the dark
for fear of falling and we
certainly understand their
concerns).
He made a reference to a


baptizing in that November
article. Although we bap-
tized four people into our
fellowship that night, it
took maybe, five minutes.
Our church doesn't have
a baptistery and we were
more than welcomed by
the First Baptist Church of
Laurel Hill to use theirs. '
Two of those members
just happened to be Andrew
and Sue Dwyer. They have
been attending our church
for several months, had
asked Jesus to be their Savior
and Lord and requested to
become members of our
church, which we opened
with open arms of love just
as Jesus would do.
This letter is written for
two reasons. One is to re-


mind you of how biased
your article was concern-
ing his arrest and the events
surrounding it, seeing that
the Daily News did tell his
side of the story.
The second is to publicly
show our love for Andrew
and his family and let them
be reminded that the LAST
thing Jesus is concerned.
about is our past. And, if our
past isn't his concern, then
it certainly isn't the con-
cern of the Magnolia Baptist
Church membership. And
as with anyone that Jesus
welcomes with open arms;
so do we.

Sincerely,
Betty Utz, Clerk
Magnolia Baptist Church


Local Newspaper History byAnn Spann


The Okaloosa News Journal reported in the March 3,
1933 edition...
James A. McArthur Dies Tuesday Night While Making
Arrest. McArthur, chief deputy sheriff of Okaloosa County
was with Sheriff John P. Steele making an arrest-of George
Atwell. He had gotten back in the auto with the prisoner,
suddenly Atwell called to Steele and said: "Say, sheriff,
there's something wrong with this man!" McArthur had
slumped against him. McArthur, 47, is well known all
over West Florida, having been chief deputy under former
Sheriff Lancelott H. Hughes.

March 8, 1935 ...
Okaloosa County schools will operate for an additional
two months, following a last minute arrangement for nec-
essary funds, according to county superintendent, Mallory
B. Barrow. Word was received Friday night that federal
funds would be forthcoming from the FERA to complete
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Robbins graduates from

officer training course
During a Feb. 20 ceremony, WO1 Clay Robbins
graduated from
Warrant Officer
Candidate School
in Fort Rucker,
Ala.
He is the son
of John and
Luretha Robbins
of Crestview.
He and his wife,
Sandra, have six
children.
Robbins has
eight siblings:
Mitchell, Eugene,
Kent, Cornella,
Sylvester and
Lorenzo, who live
in Crestview, and
Clarence (Texas)
and Cynthia
(California). U.S. Army WO1 Clay Robbins Just
He is stationed graduated from Officer Candidate.
with the U.S. School. His parents are John and
Army's 501st Luretha Robbins of Crestview.
MI Brigade in
Korea. His next assignment is with the 66 MI Group in
Germany.


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Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview residents Ronald and Ronda.
Panucci announce the engagement of their
daughter, Angela Renee Panucci, to Brent
Eason, son of Denise Eason and the late
Kenneth Eason of Gleason, Tenn.
Angela is a 2005 graduate of -Crestview
High School. She employed part-time at Ruby
Tuesday's and is majoring in finance at the
University of West Florida.
Brent is a 2002 graduate of Gleason (Tenn.)
High School and currently is employed by
Indyne as an engineering technician at Eglin
Air Force Base. He is pursuing his degree in
criminal justice from Penn Foster College.
A June 7, 2008, wedding is planned and
will be held at the new Crestview Community
Center. Reception will follow.


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Crestview puts positive spin on season gBLEHR


Schedule
Baseball
Crestview at Escambia,
Thursday at 3p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)
Crestview at Pace. Friday
at 3 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)
Freeport at Baker, Thursday
at 6:30 p.m. (V)
Jay at Baker, Thl.ur',da., at,
6:30 p.m. (V)
Laurel Hill at Central,
Thursday at 3:30 pm. (V)
Freeport at Laurel Hill, Friday
at 4 p.m. (JV) and ,? p n (V)
Softball
Niceville at Crestview,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)
'Crestview at Escambia,
- Friday at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)
Jay at Baker; Tnursda' at
4 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (v),
Central at Laurel Hill,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (V,
Laurel Hill at Walton, Friday
at 5 p.m. (V)
Tennis
Pine Forest at Crestview,
Friday at 2:30 p.m. (JV-V)
Track and Field
Choctaw and Fort Walton
Beach at Crestview,
Thursday at 3 p.m.

SAmerican Cancer
Walk IRun/ Ride
The American Cancer
Society will be hosting a
walk, run and ride on March
8. Registration starts at
7 a.m. $10 for adults, $5 per
child: First 100 participants
receive a t-shirt.
For more information
- please contact Trina Trimm at
(850) 305-6349 orby e-mail
at trinatrimm@yahoo.com.

Laurel Hill
T-ball registration
LAUREL HILL Laurel
,Hill's recreation program
announced it has extended
registration for youth
T-Ball, baseball and soft-
ball through the month of
March.
"We want to make sure
as many kids who want to
play can havethe opportu-
nity," said city manager Tim
Bolduc.
Parents may register
their young sluggers, both
boys and girls, at City Hall.
T-ball is open to boys and
girls ages 6 and under;
baseball is open to boys
12 and under; and softball
is open to girls 9 and un-
der.
For information, call City
Hall at 652-4441.

Panhandle
Basketball
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sponsoring the third "Florida
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high school all-star basket-
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at the University of West
Florida's field house.
For more nriformatiicr
please contact (850) 473-
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www.starrathletics.com.

Martial Arts
tournament
Emeraldcoast.com is part-
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Martial Art schools to host the
Battle at the Bay on Apr. 26.
For more information
please contact (850) 650-
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www.emeraldcoast.com/
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NEWS &

NOTES
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official


Crestview

cheerleaders

headed to
first FHSAA

competition

Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin
It's official.
The FHSAA now views
competitive cheerleading
as an honest to goodness
sport.
How long have elemen-
tary, middle school and
high school cheerleaders
been waiting for this mo-
ment?
From Crestview
cheerleading coach Lisa
Kimbrough's view, it re-
ally hasn't changed the
workload.
It's only gotten more
intense.
"We've been working
on the same routine for
this competition since
August," Kimbrough said.
"This will be our last
tournament for the season
and our goal is to make it
into the finals this week-
end ady Dawg cheer team
will be traveling to Boca
Raton this weekend for
the first FHSAA state com-
petition.
After Crestview's suc-
cess in the UCA National
tournament, placing 26th
ouf of 80 teams, coach
Kimbrough is looking
forward to the FHSAA
tourney.
"It'll be about 30
schools competing in this
tournament," Kimbrough
said.
"In that Nationals our
only goal was to make
to the semis, but after
we placed, we were very
proud to bring home an
accomplishment of such
magnitude."
The Lady Dawgs will
bring that momentum into
the FHSAA's "Medium
Varsity" division, whiqh is
tailored for squads of 13-
See OFFICIAL B8


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Crestview cheerleading squad create a
pyramid on Monday afternoon during a practice.


minute shift in its roster.
Team captain Philip
Piaget suffered a strained
tendon and ligament prob-
lems in his ankle during
soccer season, benching
him for an unknown pe-
riod of time.
; '"We only can wait to
see when the doctors will
say he's okay to play,"
Kimbrough said.
"He. suttffered injuries se-
rious and painful enough
to take him away from the
curt, and so' we had to
make changes. It hurt us
ultimately, and now we're
trying to get back in our
comfort zone."
The boys' team (1-3 en-
tering the Niceville match)
is looking to bounce back
from its slow start.
"The boys are having
some trouble, but nothing
serious," Kimbrough said.
Look for the Bulldogs
to travel to Escambia on
Thursday at 2:30 p.m.,
(J.-V).


makhg'
PREDICTIONS


CHS,

baseball

looks

for wins

Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin
It was a long week
and now we're heading
right into another.
After all those sto-
len bases and skidded
knees, here's a quick
baseball moral: Stealing
bases equals gritty
teeth. Always keep
your mouth closed!
Let's make some pre-
dictions!
The Crestview
baseball team wowed
its fan base last week,
winning over tradition-
al power Tate, 3-2.
I ran into Bulldog
coach Tim Gillis, and
he was really happy
with the way David
Pyle (2-0) performed on
the mound.
Does this make the
season any smoother?
Gillis stuck to his
standards and shook
his head. "One game at
a time," he said.
With Cory Wenrich
pretty consistent at
the plate and Cody
Hancock slamming out
hits, it's looking pretty,
good for a well-round-
ed Crestview team.
Even after losing
to Niceville and a hot
Brett DeVall on Friday,
Crestview looks to keep
a level head against
Escambia.
The Bulldogs (4-2,
3-2 entering a game
Tuesday against Fort
Walton Beach) take on
Escambia on Thursday
at 6p.m. (V).
Pick the Bulldogs
to write off the Gators
for the second time this
season.
The Baker soft-
ball team lost its first
matchup to Vernon.
on Thursday, 14-5 in a
District 1-2A battle. It
was a hard loss for a
previously undefeated
See WINS B3


Baseball
Crestview 3, Tate 2:
Crestview's David Pyle
took his second win on the
mound and contributed at
the plate in District 1-5A
win for the Bulldogs.
Pyle went 2-for-3 -and
scored once, while Cody
Hancock added two hits,
an RBI and scored twice.
Cory Wenrich contributed
an RBI single.
The Bulldogs (4-1, 3-1
district entering Niceville)
travel to Escambia on
Thursday.

Tate 000 000 2 2 3 0
Crestview 102 000 3 6 1


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Cresh jew tennms coach-
Ben Kimbrough hlkes What
S he has seen from hiu boys
"' and girls this season. '
:k A The Bulldog teams,
'' bounced back from losses
against Pace with a steady
streak and are closing in on'
K districts.
The girls' team is 3-1
entering a rimatch agaii'st
Niceville early this week..
"They'r doing a great
job," Kimbrough said.
"They're practicing hard
+and thevyre improving."
The girls' team is led
". by team captain Nicole
Johnson and ace Moya
Moore.
"Moya Moore is a solid
athlete and she's been play-
ing tennis for a long time,"
Kimbrough said.
= "The girls are moving
Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin into a comfortable posi-
Crestview's Moya Moore plays in a singles match tion."
against Niceville on Monday. The boys team had a last


Pyle (2-0).


Baker 11, Laurel Hill 5:
Baker exploded for eight
runs in the final inning to
rally past Laurel Hill in a
non-district game.
Baker coach Gary Taylor
pointed out that it took a lot
of heart to bounce back
from a two-run deficit in the
fifth inning.
Colton Henry had two
hits and scored twice for
the Gators. Preston Nixon
and Jeremy Lynch also
had two hits and one run
scored.
Jon Lyons had two hits
to lead Laurel Hill, including
a two-run home run. Ethan
Jackson added three hits
and scored twice.
Hobo coach Ronnie
Smith said his team had
been out-hit and needed to
practice for the future.
The Gators (2-2 entering
Freeport game Tuesday)
host Jay on Thursday.

LaurelHill 000 320 0 5 5 2
Baker 102 000 811 113
W-Christian Mainor (1-0).

Softball
South Walton 5, Laurel
Hill 0: South Walton did all
its damage in the first three
innings and cruised to a
non-district win.
Casey Ogden earned
the win and also drove in
two runs off a double and
a triple. Shelby Watson,
Brittany Jay and Brooke
Cannon also had hits for
South Walton.
Adeana Reeves and
Jessica Gartman had the
hits for Laurel Hill.
The Hoboes (1-3) host
Central on Thursday.

SW 122 000 05 5 1
Laurel Hill 000 000 00 2 3

W-Casey Ogden (1-0).
L-Adeana Reeves

Vernon 14, Baker 5:
Baker went down early
and could not recover in its
District 1-2A opener.
Sydney Boutwell led the
Gators at the plate pound-
ing a two-run home wrun.
Brittney Kilpatrick added
three hits and scored
twice, while Jessi Gilmore
had two hits and two runs
scored.

Vernon 270 011 3 14 11 1
Baker 010 301 0 59 5

W-Register. L-Lauren
Griffith (2-1 entering LH)

Baker 11, Laurel Hill 1:
Paige Cotton was double
trouble for the Hoboes in
the Gator win.
The eighth-grader was
3-for-4 at the plate, and

See BRIEFS B3


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Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor
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A Week Recap:


What you've been missing on the field
Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin


Baker's Brandon Henderson follows through
on a pitch against Laurel Hill on Feb. 28. The
Gators ended up rallying for eight runs late in
the game to win, 11-5.


track team practices the 4x800 relay on Feb. 25. Baker's tra
on Tuesday.


Baker's junior varsity softball team practices
on Feb. 25. The JV host their next matchup on
Mar. 6 against Jay at 4 p.m.


The Crestview High School girls' track and field team jogs
around the track during a warm-up on Feb. 25. Crestview
hosts Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach on March 6.


Baker's Cory Harper throws a discus during a practice on Feb. 25.


The track and field team at Baker practices
daily for 2-4 hours, starting out with a jog
around the track.


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Baker's Zane Barnhill slides into second during the Gators'
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BRIEFS continued from B1


also threw five innings,
allowing just two hits and
striking out three.
Brittany Kilpatrick paced
:he Gator attack, going
3-for-5 with a double and
four RBIs.
Sydney Boutwell had
wo hits and scored
three runs, and Allyson
McCranie had two hits.
Baker (5-1 entering its
game Tuesday against
Freeport) host Jay on
Thursday at 6 p.m.

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IWINS continued from B1


.ady Gator team.
I felt a little sorry for
aurel Hill the follow-
ng night. The Hoboes
ook the full force of a
umpedd Baker team, los-
ng 11-1. Baker's Paige
cotton was a dominator
n the circle that night,
mly giving up two
tits in five innings. She
;truck out three. Sydney
3outwell had two hits
ind scored three runs.
$rittany Kilpatrick
lugged out.a double and
our RBIs in her 3-for-5
,*'The Lady Gators col-
ide %ith rival Jay on
Thursday. My guess
Sthat the Gators will
:homp down on the ,
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Royals.
Look for Baker (5-1, 1-0
entering a game Tuesday
against Freeport) to host
Jay on Thursday at 6 p.m.
(V). .
*.Baker baseball coach
Gary Taylor is happy
with his team's perfor-
mance over the last two
challenges. After the
Gators made an eight-run
rally in the fifth inning
to beat Laurel Hill, Baker
is moving into bigger
things. .
Jay.
With the Royals' ace
pitcher tossing 90-92 mph,
which is some very fast
leatherjt'.s going to be a
liftle intimidating at the


plate.
Brandon Henderson
had his debut on the .
mound against the
Hoboes on Thursday
night. Henderson got
pulled after Laurel Hill's
Jon Lyons shot a two-run
cannon ball over the left-
field fence, but Henderson
made it up at the plate.'
Now, the Gators are
putting their tokens
against the Royals on
Thursday at
6 p.m. I want to go with
Baker, but Jay is much '
too experienced on the
mound.
I'll have to go with
the Royals. Please Baker,
prove me wrong.


Special to the News Bulletin
Kneeling left to right: Nate Fowler, Danny Johnson, Darrell Williams, Cody Smoyer;
Standing left to right: Coach Jake Davidson, Kyle Miller, Coach Thomas Bortner,
Nick Panucci, Justin Mitchell, Coach Andrew McKeon, Coach Jeff Fowler, manager
Xander Fowler


Crestview wrestling powers on

The Bulldogs honor the 2007-08 season and look to future


Robert Young
- Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview wres-
tling team finished its
season with high expecta-
tions for next year.
The young Dawgs
finished second at the
district tournament, but
were unable to advance
any wrestlers to the state
meet.
"Unfortunately, our
youth shone through and
we couldn't get anybody
to state this year," coach
Jeff Fowler said.
"With a bitter taste
of: that ending to such a
great season fresh in their
mouths theboys have been
going nonstop in trying
to improve for next year."


Improvement started
when the whistle blew.
Ten Bulldogs traveled
to Riversprings Middle
School in Crawfordville
and competed for a chance
to qualify for the NHSCA
National tournament June
26-29 in Maryland.
All ten. wrestlers
qualified for .the trip
up north in June.
Davidson Middle School
8th grader and incom-
ing CHS freshman Nate
Fowler finished third,
going 3-2 on the day. So
did junior captain Danny
Johnson, sophomore cap-
tain Cody Smoyer, and
freshman Justin Mitchell.
Freshman Darrell
Williams finished fourth.
Senior captain Kyle


Miller went 3-1 and plac-
ing second. Senior cap-
tain Nick Panucci contin-
ued his solid senior year,
going 4-0 and winning his
weight class.
- Joining the wres-
tlers were coaches Jake
Davidson, Thomas
Bortner and Andrew
McKeon, who all finished
undefeated and first in
their weight classes.
"It was a great event to
start the off-season work
and we look forward to
hosting the Spring Dawg-
POUND Open," Fowler
said.
First, the Dawgs will
celebrate their 2007-08 sea-
son with their annual ban-
quet Friday at Emmanuel
Baptist Church.


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Award Chevrolet partners with City of Crestview league for the 2008 season


Crestview News Bulletin
Award Chevrolet has
developed a partnership
with City of Crestview
Youth Baseball through
the Chevy Youth Baseball'
program. It will include
monetary and equip-
ment donations during
the 2008 baseball season,
including a raffle for a
2008 Chevy Tahoe.
Now in its third year,
Chevy Youth Baseball
is an initiative that es-
tablishes a positive rela-
tionship between local


dealers and the commu-
nities they serve. Award
Chevrolet partnered with
the City of Crestview
because of the league's
proximity to the dealer-
ship.
Over the course of the
season, Award Chevrolet
will donate team equip-
ment kits that include
equipment bags, base-
balls, ball buckets and
T-shirts. They' will also
help donate a Chevy
Tahoe SUV, which will
be raffled off by partici-
pating teams, including


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City of Crestview Youth
Baseball.
Teams and leagues that
participate in the Chevy
raffle keep 100 percent of
the proceeds. The teams
will also have unique ex-
periences by participat-
ing in baseball clinics and
other activities, led by
the Cal Ripken Baseball


Group staff.
"We are looking for-
ward to a great season
with City of Crestview
Youth Baseball that will
be filled with exciting
games and an enhanced
experience for the teams
through the equipment,
donations, baseball
clinics and other com-


ponents," said Wayne
McCranie of Award
Chevrolet. "Chevy
Youth Baseball is just
one example of how
committed our dealer-
ship is to supporting the
youth and families in the
Crestview community."
The City of Crestview
Youth Baseball appre-
ciates tlhe hand of sup-
port extended by Award
Chevrolet.
"I look forward to tak-
ing full advantage of the
opportunities available
to raise additional funds


to enhance our great
baseball program," said
Chuck A. Powell,.Parks
and Recreation director.
Those interested in
supporting the City of
Crestview Youth Baseball
by purchasing a raffle
ticket and a chance to
win a 2008 Chevy Tahoe
may do so at the Parks
and Recreation office
at Twin Hills Park and
Mayor David Cadle's of-,
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no limit on the number
of tickets you may pur-
chase.


Uncle Sam has 'free'


money


- with a catch


You can't get your "economic stimulus"

check if you don't file a tax return


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW It's sim-
ple.
If you don't file your
tax return, you won't, get
the "stimulus payment"
recently authorized by
Congress.
People on Social Security
disability only, receiving
VA benefits, and those who
had less than $3,000 of gross
earned income in 2007 are
among those who gener-
ally see no need to file.
But if they don't file,
they don't qualify for their
stimulus payment check.
"They do have to file
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lower-income people for a
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Considering the mini-
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CRIME STOPPERS


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


,,RI.s Fugitives wanted by Emerald Coast Crimestoppers
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Matthew James Kalvkiewicz,
W/m 10-10-1968, 5'10" 198
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft Auto. LKA:
Niceville


Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Poss. of Cocaine. LKA: FWB


Robert Wesley Miller, B/m DOB:
03-05-1983, 5'06" 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Home
Invasion Robbery & Grand Theft


Brent Anthony States, W/m
DOB: 07-24-1972, 6'04" 195
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Fraudulent Use of a Credit
Card & Grand Theft. LKA: FWB
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Joshua Nathaniel Landrie, W/m
DOB: 07-23-1978, 6'01" 165
pounds Brown Hair Hazel Eyes.
Fel: Principle to Armed Robbery


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m
06-21-62, 5'06", 250 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA: Baker


Christina Lynn Norman, W/f
11-07-1983, 5'04" 115 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel.
Poss. of a Controlled Substance
without a Prescription


Juan Manual Gallardo, H/m
02-01-1978 29 years old, 5'10"
170 pounds Brown Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Giving False Name
to Law Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Jamil Mahdeen Hampton, B/m
04-17-71, 5'10" 200 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Distr. Of Cocaine and Resisting
Arrest. Suspect is known to
carry a firearm. LKA: FWB


Irwin Eugene Walters Jr.,
W/m 07-28-1949, 6'01" 285
pounds Brown Hair Hazel
Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Cocaine & DUI. LKA: Destin




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Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-1953,
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft Auto. LKA: Crestview.


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m
10-29-1974, 5'08", Black Hair
Green Eyes. Aggravated Battery
with Great Bodily Harm. LKA: FWB


James Thomas Litchford, W/m Fred William Gumaer, W/m
DOB: 10-31-1984, 5'10" 195 04-19-1967, 6'03" 190 pounds
pounds Black Hair Blue Eyes. Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
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& Aggravated Battery. LKA: Registration Requirements of
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Timothy Alan McKuhen,
DOB: 10-04-1968, 5'11"
pounds Brown Hair Blue
Fel: Aggravated Assault


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Jason D. Jones, B/M, black hair,
brown eyes, (06-06-78), 6 ft. tall,
175 Ibs. Violation of probation
on original charge of arson.


W/m Dechiquia Deron Lewis, B/m
205 DOB: 04-27-1983, 5'10" 240
Eyes. pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Narcotics Violations.
LKA: FWB


Dennis Raymond Lewis, B/m
10-15-1971, 6'01" 217 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Several Counts of Grand Theft.


Thomas Joe Obregon, H/m
DOB: 05-25-1975, 5'10" 200
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: FTA-Aggravated Battery
with a Deadly Weapon, Poss. of
Cocaine, & DUI. LKA: Shalimar


Matin Duran Macias, H/m
05-16-1968, 5'02" 165 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
FTA-Meth Trafficking, Poss. of
Contr. Substance, & Poss. of
Narcotics Equipment. LKA: FWB


Ernest Lee Powell, Jr., B/m DOB: Herbert Eugene Morgan, W/m
06-27-1989,5'09" Black Hair Brown 03-11-1945,5'08"Brown HairBrown
Eyes. Fel: Burglary to an Occupied Eyes. Fel: Grand Theft, LKA: Destin
Dwelling, Battery & Assault.


Kathryn Renee Stromberg,
W/f DOB: 07-10-1969, 5'09" 115
pounds Blonde Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Poss. of Controlled Substance
& Tampering with Evidence.


William Jason Adams, W/m
DOB: 10-08-1974,6' 190 pounds
Brown Hair Hazel Eyes. Fel:VOP-
Trafficking Amphetamines. LKA:
Niceville


James Rodney Pitts, W/m DOB:
12-12-55, 6'02" 165 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
Attempted Possession of a
Firearm by a Convicted Felon


William Christopher Smith, W/m
DOB:07-25-1967,5'08" 190 pounds
Gray Hair Green Eyes. Fel: Failure
to Comply with Registration
Requirements of a Sexual Offender
& VOP-Trespassing.


iA-1


William Andrew Pugliesi, W/m
10-07-1965,6'02"180poundsBlonde
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Aggravated
Battery & False Imprisonment.
May be using aliases of Andy
Rhose or William Rhose. LKA: FWB


Valerie Moreno, H/f DOB:
09-19-1986, 5'02" 135 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Prin-
ciple to Carjacking, Principle to
Battery on Elderly, Burglary &
Larceny


Derrick Bernard Thomas, B/m
09-14-1966, 6'04" 190 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
FTA Failure to Register as a
Sexual Offender & Resiting Arrest
Without Violence. LKA: Chipley


Guillermo Hernandez, H/m DOB:
02-25-1975, 5'04' 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Car-
jacking, Battery on Elderly, Bur-
glary & Larceny


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds Black
Hair One Brown Eye & One with a
BluishTint. Fel:Aggravated Battery
with a Firearm. Considered armed
& dangerous. LKA: Crestview


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72,
5'01" 100 pounds Blonde Hair
Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Controlled Substance & Poss. of
Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


Salvador Martinez Rodriguez,
H/m 12-10-1961,5"9" 180 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
VOP-Poss. of False ID, Battery
on Law Enforcement Officer


Dominique Lawrence White,
W/m 02-27-73, 6'01" 174 pounds
Black Hair Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-
False Imprisonment. LKA: Destin


Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m
06-09-72,, 5'08" 132 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
VOP- Possession of Controlled
Substance. LKA: Crestview















H/m 10-11-1974, 603" 200
pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


CREDIT CARD THIEF, B/m
wanted for using stolen credit
card in Mary Esther on July 27.


At left:
If you have
informationon the
burglary suspect
shown here, please
contact Crime
Stoppers.


Emerald Coast Crimestoppers


1-888-654-TIPS

If you have information about these or results in the recovery of stolen property or
individuals, please contact Emerald Coast illegal narcotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-TIPS (863-8477) organization that relies on citizen donations.
or toll-free at 1-888-654-TIPS. Callers remain No taxpayer dollars are used in the reward
anonymous while still receiving cash rewards fund. Donations may be mailed to Emerald
up to $1,000 for information that solves crimes, Coast Crime Stoppers, Inc. at P.O. Box 2335,
leads to the apprehension of wanted fugitives, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549.


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8 C t i News Bulletin


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008


Crestview baseball chewing through schedule


Bulldogs gobbling up

one opponent at a time


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview baseball
team is taking it one im-
portant game at a time.
The Bulldogs have
been enduring 14 of those
"important" games from
the start.
Now, Crestview is fi-


nally moving into the
calm of the storm with
two non-district games
next week.
Bulldog coach Tim
Gillis looked back at the
team's win against Tate
on Thursday and looked
forward'to a rematch with
Escambia and beyond.
"We're not even half-


OFFICIAL continued from B1


16 members.
Crestview's three cap-
tains, Lauren Cadenhead,
Katie Frasier and Jay
Rice, are also looking for-
ward to the competition.
"I'm really glad
that it's a sport now,"
Cadenhead said.
"I'm hoping people are
taking this a little more
seriously now and seeing
how hard we work. In the
past the workload was
definitely less, but now
with all these competi-
tions and now this (being
an official sport) it will
get us noticed."
Frasier agreed.
"I love competitive
cheerleading and we all
have fun traveling and
working hard for a team
cause," Frasier said.
"We practice three
hours a day, Monday
through Friday and
sometimes on Saturdays.
I expect that we make
it to the finals in this
tournament on Saturday.
I think we were over-
whelmed going into
the Nationals against
80 teams, But after we
placed as high as we
did, competing against
around 30 teams this
weekend won't be so


bad."
Crestview's regimen
of three-hour workouts
includes work in their re-
spective "stunt groups."
The groups are di-
vided into three teams
with five people in each
(the flyer, two bases, back
spot and front spot) and
put in even more work
and polishing.
"Coach assigns each
of us a different stunt
group," Frasier said.
Coach Kimbrough ex-
plained.
"I pretty much make
the decisions on who
goes to which group and
stays," Kimbrough said.
"I have the captains
collaborate with each oth-
er and the team arid work
together or individually
depending on the person.
It's a lot of work, but it's
worth it."
Look for the Crestview
cheerleading squad to
sweat out a chance for a
state championship title
this weekend at Florida
Atlantic University in
Boca Raton.

Learn more about the
FHSAA's inaugural state
competitive cheerleading
competition atf jsaa.org.


way through the schedule
yet," Gillis said.
"There's a lot still to
be working on and prac-
ticing for. It's always one
game at a time and it's
still anyone's ballgame."
Crestview's loss against
District 1-5A powerhouse
and undefeated Niceville
put only a small dent in
the Bulldogs' momen-
tum.


It was the excitement
of winning against Tate
that had Gillis going.
"David (Pyle) pitched
excellent out there that
night,"Gillis said.
"He did everything
we wanted him to and
pitched six strikeouts
out of the three innings.
That was a win we had to
grab."
The Bulldogs (4-2, 3-2


entering at game Tuesday
against Fort Walton
Beach) are looking to
stay consistent enough
to make an impression in
the district tournament
this year.
After taking out Pace
and now Tate, Crestview
has some outlook on how
it'll do in the future.
But it's still early.
For now, the Bulldogs


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the Board of Adjustment
will conduct a public hearing March 20, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.,
in the City of Crestview Council Chambers at 198 N. Wilson
Street, to consider the following:
A request for a special exception to allow a daycare
facility in residential zoning. Property is located in
Section 21 Township 3 North, Range 23 West, (21 3N 23
0000 0017 0310). Zoning of property is Residential (R-2);
future land use category is Medium Density Residential -
10 (MDR-10). BOA Request 08-02.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the
public hearing and to provide written and/or verbal comments
on the matter under consideration. Written comments should
be addressed to the Board of Adjustment in care of the. City
of Crestview, Administrative Services Department, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida 32536.
Any person requiring a special accommodation at this
hearing because of a disability or physical impairment should
contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk's office at the
above numbers.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board
of Adjustment with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing, such person will need a record of
the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.


will look at beating
Escambia for the sec-
ond time this season on
Thursday.
After a two non-dis-
trict games, Crestview
jumps right back into the
shark infested 1-5A wa-
ters, hosting Choctaw on
March 18.
Look for the Bulldogs
to travel to Escambia on
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V).


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Charles L Pierce JR.
Petitioner
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Robin R. Pierce
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Legal # 100309
an action has been filed All other creditors of the
against you and that you decedent and other per- IN THE CIRCUIT
you are required to serve sons having claims or de- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COURT OF THE FIRST
a copy of your written de- mands against AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
fenses, if any to it on decedents estate must OKALOOSA FLORIDA IN AND
Charles L. pierce JR. file their claims with this COUNTY FLORIDA FOR OKALOOSA
whose address is 104 court WITHIN 3 CIVIL ACTION CASE COUNTY CASE NO.:
New Castle Cir. Fort MONTHS AFTER THE NO.: CA 005849-S 07-CA-3305-S
Walton Beach Fl. 32547 DATE OF THE FIRST DIVISION:
on or before March 28, PUBLICATION OF SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
2008, and file the origi- THIS NOTICE. HSBC BANK (USA), INC
nal with the clerk of this Plaintiff, PLAINTIFF, et.al,
Court at the Okaloosa ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
County Courthouse, FILED WILL BE FOR- vs. vs.
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, EVER BARRED.
Shalimar, Florida 32579, NELTON MACHADO SHANE BROOME,et al
before service on NOTWITHSTANDING SR, et al, Defendants.
Petitioner or immediately THE TIME PERIODS Defendant(s).
thereafter. f you fail to SET FORTH ABOVE, NOTICE OF FORECLO-
do so, a default may ANY CLAIM FILED NOTICE OF ACTION SURE SALE
be entered against TWO (2) YEARS OR
you for the relief MORE AFTER THE TO: NELTON MA- NOTICE IS HEREBY
demanded in the DECEDENT'S DATE OF CHADO SR GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
petition. DEATH IS BARRED. LAST KNOWN AD- nal Judgement of Foreclo-
DRESS: 422 LEE LANE sure dated October 24,
Copies of all court The date of first publica- DESTIN, FL 32541-1915 2007 and entered in
documents in this tion of this notice is Feb- Case No. 07-CA-3305
case, including ruary 27, 2008 CURRENT ADDRESS: s, of the Circuit Court of
'orders, are available UNKNOWN the First Judicial Circuit in
at the Clerk of the GILLIS E. POWELL, JR. and for Okaloosa
Circuit Court's office. FLORIDA BAR NO: ANY AND ALL UN- County, Florida, wherein
You may review 183427 KNOWN PARTIES SUNTRUST MORTGAGE.
these documents POWELL, POWELL, & CLAIMING BY, INC, is a Plaintiff and
upon request. POWELL THROUGH UNDER SHANE D BROOME, IF
POST OFFICE BOX 277 AND AGAINST THE LIVING AND IF DEAD,
You must keep the CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA HEREIN NAMED IN- THE UNKNOWN
Clerk of the Circuit 32536 DIVIDUAL DEFEND- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI-
Court's office notified (850) 682-2757 ANT(S) WHO ARE SEES, GRANTEES, AS-
of your current ad-, NOT KNOWN TO BE SIGNEES LIENORS
dress. (You may file ATTORNEY'S FOR PER- DEAD OR CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
Notice of Current SONAL REPRESENTA- ALIVE,WHETHERR AND ALL OTHER PAR-
Address, Florida Su- TIVE SAID UNKNOWN TIES CLAIMING AN IN-
preme Court Ap- PARTIES MAY CLAIM TEREST BY, THROUGH,
proved Family Law KEVIN TODD GOSSETT AN INTEREST AS UNDER OR AGAINSf
Form 12.915.) Future 1925 King William Road SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- SHANE D. BROOME;
papers in this law- Virginia Beach, Va. VISEES, GRANTEES, APRIL J BROOME, IF LIV-
suit will be mailed to 23455 OR OTHER CLAIM- ING AND IF DEAD, THE
the address on rec-. ANTS UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
ord at the clerk's of- .PERSONAL HEIRS DEVISEES,
fice. REPRESENTATIVE LAST KNOWN AD- GRANTEES ASSIGN-
DRESS: UNKNOWN EES, LIENIRS CREDI-
WARNING: Rule 02/27/08 TORSS TRUSTEES AND
12.285, Florida Fam- 03/05/08 CURRENT ADDRESS: ALL OTHER PARTIES
ily Law Rules of Pro- UNKNOWN CLAIMING AN INTER-
cedure, requires cer- Le # 100306 EST BY THROUGH, UN-
tain automatic dis- L YOU ARE NOTIFIED that DER OR AGAINST APRIL
closure of documents NOTICE OF SALE an action to foreclose a J BROOME; are the De-
and information, mortgage on the follow- pendants. I will sell to the
Failure to comply FEDERAL |LIEN CORP ,i -rperii in highest and best bidder
can result in sanc- will sell atPublic Sale at Florida: county, for cash at Shalimar
tions, including dis- the folwin Florda: Courthouse Annex, front
missal or strikmg of Auction the following veur door, 12 50 Eglin Park-
pl or sthicles to satisfy lien ursu- LT 2 DESTIN TOWN way Shalimar, Fl
Saint to Cha ter 71.585HOMS, ACCORDING 5 at 11:00 AM on
Dated February 22 of the Floria Statutes on TO THE PLAT Aril 1 2008 the follow
Du 2 March 27, 2008 at 10 T R F AS Ar"indes2008, the follow-
2008 M THEREOF, AS RE- in described property as
A.M. CORDED IN PLAT forth in said Final
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Lot # A25474 2000 Sil BOOK 7 PAGE 86, Judgement to wit-
COURTKLot #:,A25474 2000d Vi OF THE WUBUC REC- Lo 11 BLOCK M FIRST
By: Beth McDonald ver Mercedes 4 r. VIN WORDS OF ADDITION TO dOUN-
Deputy Clerk 65G7YA964059 K A L 0 0 A TRY CLUB ESTATES SUB-
02/2708 Located at COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION, ACCORDING
02/ /08 Qu Located at: s TO THE PLAT THEREOF
03/05/081 N. B Pkor Ft. has been filed against AS RECORDED IN PLAT
03/1 /08 Wa0o Bc, Fl B~' kW t.ou and you are required BOOK 4 PAGE 16 PUB-
03/19/08508 Walton chr,6 21 3 476 o serve a copy of your LIC RtCORDS OF
S_______.. written defenses, if any, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Luwner:lMchael L. Dr cksnon or before April J, FLORIDA.
Legal # 100303 3871 Indian TranApt. 3A 2008on Florida Default Any person claiming an
Detin,1 Fl aT1 Law Group r.i Plaintiff's interest in the surplus
IN THE CIRCUIT Cuomein, Fl. 32541 attorney whose address from the sale, if any,
COURT OF THE FIRST I ulella Durant Tammy is911 Corporate Lake other than the proper
COURT OF THE FIRST owna Durant/ Tammyg91 a, owner asf the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN McKinnie 300 Viningvs F i 33634, T ,a owner as poe e as of
AND FOR Wa Blvd # 7-105 Ds ronda o33634, and file the lis pendens must file a
OKALOOSA tin ,1. 32541 Coue rt ral r weh hr claim within 60 days af-
COUNTY FLORIDA Lienholder: DCFS Trust Po n erntiefore rvter the sale.
CASE NO Box 997539 Sacra e o Plaintiffs attorney
06-CP-1400 mento Ca 95899 Sacra or immediately DON W HOWARD
06-CP 1400 535.9 thereafterotherwise a de- As Clerk of the Court
IN RE: ESTATE OF Lien Amount ,5 .19 fault will be entered By: Beth McDonald
KYMBERLY DAWN Pursuant to Florida Stat- st you for the relief As Dep clerk
THOMAS, ute 713.585 the a demanded in the Com-
Deceased. ceeding claims alieno plaint or petitionDatedthis 28 day of Feb-
AMENDED NOTIC vehicle shown for stor- WITNESS m" hand and ruary2008
AMENDEDNOTCE age, labor and/ or ser the seal of tis Court on IMPORTANT
TO CREDITORS vices. Unless charges this 27 day of February, In accordance with the
shown are paid in cash 7 2008. I a rance with the
- The administration of the said vehicles will be sold 2 Americans .with Disabili-
estate of Kymberly Dawn for cash by public auc- DON W HOWARD ties Act, persons needing
Thomas deceased, tion on aate at time Clerk ofthe Court a reason to e accommo-ate
whose date of death was shown where vehicle lo- .Beth McDonald, this Proc feeding should
January 11, 2002 File cated. Owners or anyone As D'epuCle ths Pkc g sou
Number 06-CP-1400, is claiming an interest have e- Cle7 rk no later than seven (71
pendgrin the Circuit a right to a hearing prior IMPORTANT days prior, contact the
.ou o aos to. th P IMP.Clerk of the Court's disa-
ourt for Okaloosa t te scheduled auction .accordance with the bt^ cordnao a
County, Florida Probate which can be set by ill- Americans with Disab il0517 coordinator at
Division, the cid Amendcans with Disabdla- 85 6517497, 1250 N
whi i s' address of Cerk oemandedit w'th ties Act, persons with dis- EGLIN PKWY SUITE
County Courhouse, 101 n of this C ircuit C our abilities needing special A114 SHALIMAR FL,
James Lee Boulevard in copies Cou demand to accommodation to partic- 3257. If hearing inm
East, Crestview, Florida In oth ers and 'pate in his proceeding aired, contact .TDD)
32536. The names and ioher owners an should contact Court Aa- 009558771 via Florida
addresses oThe personal lienholders. Owner ministration at 101 James Relay S t
addresses of the personal recover possession with- Lee BoulevardEas Rely System
representative and the out judicial proceeding viewF El. a3 C5 rest- t.
personal representative's by posting bond per Flor- teleone number Attornen r Plaintiff
attorney are setforth be- ia Statute 559.917. hoen e Attorneys for Plaitiff
low. Aucton proceeds n ex85 u-689-O5000, Exten- 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
SAuction proceeds in ex sion 7497, prior to the 300
All creditors of the dece- dosareTith Ce rceedin or Shalimar fort Lauderdale, Florida
dent and other persons of the Circuit Court. 850-651-497 33312
having claims or de- Any Person(s) claiming IMPORTANT e5 e h^ 0o n e
mants aainst any interests) i the above in accordance with the Fax- 305-653-2329
decedent s estate on vehicles contact:l"m .i .......Drabili-
whomabcopy of this no- FEDERAL LIEN CORP Aerc tans with Disaii03- 08
tice has been served must 954-384-7171 a ..litiest, Persns wh cis 03/05/08
file their claims with this 25% Buyers Premium ae ods nin etia 03/ /08
court WITHIN THE ALL AUCTIONS ARE accommodation to partic-
LATER OF 3 MONTHS HELD WITH RESERVE pate in this proceeding
AFTER THE DATE OF LIC # AB 28 should contact Court Ad-
THE FIRST PUBLICA-"C# AB0000288 ministration at 1250 N. --
TION OF THIS NO- 03/05/08 Elin Parkway, Shalimar,
TICE OR 30 DAYS AF- F__ F. 32579, telephone
TER THE TIME OF number 850-6tl-497,
SERVICE OFA COPY Legal # 100308 priorto the proceeding.97' Legal # 100010
OF THIS NOTICE ON IN THE CIRCUIT 03/05/08 IN THE CIRCUIT
THEM., COURT OF THE FIRST 03/12/08 COURT OF THE FIRST


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR AND FOR
OKALOOSA OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO.#
FILE NUMBER: 08-DR-593 Division:
2008-CP-000153
Ana Posey
IN RE: ESTATE OF Petitioner
EDITH L.
LAUFENBURGER, David Posey
Deceased. Respondent,
NOTICE TO CREDI- NOTICE OF ACTION
TORS FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE


The administration of the
estate of EDITH L. TO: David Earl Posey
LAUFENBURGER, de- 125 Garfield Dr. *
ceased, File Number Fort Walton Beach Fl.
2008-CP-153, is pending 3247
in the Circuit Court of
Okaloosa County, Flor- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
ida Probate Division, the an action has been filed
address of which is PO against you and that you
DRAWER 1359 CREST- are required to serve a
VIEW, FL 32536-1359. copy of your written de-
The names and ad- fenses, if any, to it on
dresses of the personal Ana Maria Posey whose
representative and the address is 129 Hughes
personal representative's Street FWB Fl. 32548 on
attorney are set forth be- or before March 28,
low. 2008, and file the orini-
nal with the clerk of tis
ALLINTERESTEDD Court at the Okaloosa
PERSONS ARE NOTI- County Courthouse,
FIED THAT: 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida 32579,
All persons on whom this before service on Peti-
notice is served who ioner or immediately
have objections that chal- thereafter. If you fail
lenge the validity of the to do so, a default
wile, the qualifications of may be entered
the personal representa- against you for the
tive venue, or jurisdiction relief demanded in
of this Court are required the petition.
to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN Copies of all, court
THE LATER .OF THREE documnets in this
MONTHS AFTER THE case, including
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- orders, are available
LOCATION OF THIS NO- at the Clerk of hte
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS Circuit Court
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. -
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons I CHARLES A. WADE
having claims or de- RETIRED CIRCUIT
mands against JUDGE HAVE BEEN RE-
decedent's estate o TIRED FROM THE
whom a copy of this no- PRACTICE OF LAW
tice is served within three FOR A WHILE BUT
months after the date of HAVE NOW GONE
first publication of this no- BACK INTO PRAC-
tice must file their claims TICE.
with this Court WITHIN MY OFFICE IS IN MY
THE LATER OF THREE HOME AT 14 DEL
MONTHS AFTER THE CERRO CAMINO,
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- CRESTVIEW FLORIDA
LOCATION OF THIS NO- TELEPHONE NUMBER
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS 850-682-9600, FAX
AFTER THE DATE OF N U M B E R
SERVICE OF A COPY OF 850-682-8227.
THIS NOTICE ON HOURS: MONDAY -
THEM. FRIDAY 10:00 AM -
4:00 PM
All other creditors of the DOMESTIC RELA-
decedent and persons TIONS, CRIMINAL, ES-
having claims or de- TATES WILLS POWER
mands against the OF A.TORNEYS
decedent's estate must EXPERIENCE COUNTS
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE The Workforce Devel-
MONTHS AFTER THE opment Board of
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Okaloosa & Waltqn
LICATION OF THIS NO- Counties, as the adminis-
TICE. trative entity for the
Workforce Investment Act
ALL CLAIMS DE- (WIA, W\elfare Transi-
MANDS ANDb OBJEC- tion Program (WTP), and
TIONS NOT SO FILED the Wagner-Peyser (WP)
WILL BE FOREVER Labor Exchange program
BARRED. will issue a Request for
Proposal (RFPL to provide
The date of the first publi- the delivery at services at
cation of this Notice is each of the One-Stop Ca-
March 5, 2008 reer Centers in Okaloosa
and Walton Counties.
Attorney for Personal As the administrative en-
Representative: tity and fund recipient,
AARON B. WENTZ the Board has responsi-
814A Shadow Lane ability for oversight of the
Fort Walton Beach, Fl. One-Stop Career system
32547 in Okaloosa and Walton
T e I e p h o n e : Counties. The Board does
850-863-800k not directly deliver any of
Florida Bar No: the program services out-
0065810 lined in the RFP; rather,
the Board solicits propos-
Personal Representatives: als from qualified provid-
EDWIN L. STANFORD ers on a competitive ba-
109 Sleepy Oaks sis.
Rd.,NW At the time of this an-
FT. Walton Beach, Fl. nouncement of this solic-
32548 itation, the Board has not
established a ceiling for
LORENE H. STANFORD the amount of funding to
109 Sleepy Oaks be dedicated to the activ-
Rd.,NW ities solicited in the RFP.
FT. Walton Beach, Fl. To receive a copy of the
32548 Program Services RFP,
submit a written request
WENDY K HANLE to Linda Sumblin at 109
111 Poquito Rd. 8th Avenue, Shalimar
Shalimar, Fl. 32579 Florida 32579 or FAX
850/651-3165 or e-mail
03/05/08 at:
03/12/08 wdb02@jobsplus02.com
The anticipated release
of the Program Services
RFP is on or about March
Legal #100282 15, 2008. Contracted
INTH CRCIT program services are
IN THE CIRCUIT scheduled to begin July
COURT OF THE FIRST 2008.


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CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 2008


l Tyes of Watch & Crestview Automotive
S Clock es of Watch &a March 8th
HAt ni of trs ans cuc s, a -noon R Autmotive
Class of 1963 we buy antiques, Call rae to benefit Relay Technician
An ne with inform 689-1007 for lfe. 4267 Antioch Master ASE with own
Antonregar -d ing Rd. NO early birds, tools. Experienced in

aCrestview High School, ng Threpair ablte. Eas
.. e,963 .-- ,, yU' .s- h avn
lresew g conta ctGla 1233 Ego Dr. in best pay structure and
e oa Mlenda Countryview Subdivision, benefits. Call Doug @
ret @ 682-4459 before Howard Brockett of the Crestview 850-267-2750 for ap-
March 15, 2008 Flea Market invites you to uw pointment.
MarchGold digers Coins at Multi Family A -poie
the Trip e B BBQ Sat. Garage Sae automotive
March 8th. Free Indian Sat. March 8th, S le
Head Penny while they 8am-1lpm Sales People
last. 240-2786. 3239 Auburn Rd. Immediate opening for
sofabed, 2 chairs, full professional sales people
- W i" _size bed w/headboard, Great team atmosphere,
| 1150 | footboard & mattresses. awesome pay plan. Easy
Stables, lamps, small ap. work schedule. Apply in
| 110 pliances, & other house- person Gary Smith
Single white male 70 hold items. F-onda,225 Miracle Strip
5'8 170lbs. Lookin for Ron's Appliance & Pkwy see Ben orJamie.
a small white lady 62-72. Parts open 8am-6pm, Crestview Web ID #27792779
I am easy going and Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli- Multi- Family Child care
easy to please. Just need ance parts, appliance re- March 8
a qood woman to share pair 215 N. Main -Marh New Beinnins Church
an do thingstogether. reet Cal 689-1C007. 7am-until N.offsenw Bgi .ni art-time
Please write RLB P.O. After hours 305-8515 5837 Pinecrest Rf i wiri^no t 8 r-ti
Box 876, Crestview FL Airport Rd. tons of stuff,
32536, or call (850) too much to list. Construction/Trades
689-8038Crestview HVAC Tech
zzZZ_ JSat. March 8th, "T ii
1 3220, T 7 -1 Training!


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Lost Cat
Male, gray & white,
adult, large grey striped
cat with white on legs &
chest. Lost near Dad's
Road Hidden Springs
area. 850-423-0180 or
850-206-1066


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


| 2100 _

Rat Terrier pups 3 male 2
females 1Ist shots
dewormed & health' Cert.
with puppy, starter kit
ready 3/6/08_ call
830-6503 or after 5 pm
398-6625


Yorkie-Poos + CKC
male Yorkie, Fluffy, ador-
able, small. Health cert./
shots $500ea 537-2279




I 2130

Round & Square
Bales Hay for Sale Fert.
& Shed kept Dry, Baker
FL. All cut-this summer
$35.00/Rd
$4.00/Bale
850-582-1054


/am- i
Brand new firm king 3185 Main St. North 85
mattress paid 900.00 across from Helm's Gro-
sell for $ 500.00. Futon, cery. Clothes, twin bed,
exc. cond. $ 130.00. some tools, & toys.
Stereo stand, silver, exc.
cond. $160.00 Creslview
850-685-0869 Saturday March
8th, 7am-noon.
Maroon sofa with 358 West Jst Ave.
matching tan and red flo- Dining room tble living
ral like pillows with otto- room chair, dresser,
man, ood conditionexercise items, baby
$150.00. Queen mat- items & clothes.
tress, bedspring and -Cres-view
frame ood condition) Crestview
$175.00 Contact 'Yard Sale
240-4145 Sat. 8-noon
-665 Ridge Lake Rd
I Mossy Head


3230 ]
Baker
Yard Sale


6 Family Yard
Sale March 8th
9 am-1


i-ri. H at. am until
9i.7 H West ult le Intersection of 90 East &
at red light in Baker Laird Rd.,boys, girls & la-
cross bridge, 2nd house dies plus size clothing,
on rightoos electron- furniture, housewares,
ics, toys, household ewery, computer,
items glassware clothes peante babClesa &ntal
forr ll ages, entertain- planscolectaole onental
ment center, 8x11' rug. eggs 305-8319
baseball cards, printers, E A
CDs, & books & morel TUPPERWAR
537-3064 New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
Crestview 682-4305
HUGE GARAGE
SALE
Early Birds pay double
6008 Old Hickory Rd. Gun Show

Crestview Ft Walton
Fairgrounds
Huge Yard Sale Mar. 8 & 9
Fri. & Sat. Mar. 8 & 9 *nat. 9-5
8 am until Hwy 90 East 2 ,"" n -
miles after Sioal River Sun. 10-4
Bridge. To much to list. Free Parking
(407)
Crestview 275-7233
S 7a pm floridagunshows.com
Sat. 7am -2pm
Crafts, plants porcelain
sink, comforter sets, tins BB
women's cloths (dressy &3260
casual) microwave, light- ... .
house crafts, & wind Lose Weight
chimes. Like Crazy!.
--Burn fat, block cravings,
Creslview boost energy, all natural
Garaea Sale super easy Call 85
Garage Sale 384-1735
March 8 Tam-12. Furni- --173
ture, baby stuff, clothes .
4707 Young Rd.
C~P~fvP~ 280


Garage Sale
Sat March 8th,
-7:30-9:30am Furniture
S .. 3148 Border Creek Rd in
_f^ Brooke Estates off Airport
Rd


MERCHANDISE ]
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
,3280- Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


.95ct princess cut solitaire that
is S11 in clarity and G in color. All
weights and observations are
approximate by measurement
and comparison only while stone
was mounted.


Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Most Thurs-Sat
9:30am
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything V2 off!

Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
Sat. & Sun. Mar. 8th 9th
7 am-until no early birds
321 Adams Dr. tools,
Furniture, clothes,&
kitchen items

Crestview
Large Yard Sale
Fri 7am -?
Everything Must Gol
You name, we've got it.
208 Forest
Off N. end of Valley Rd


Will Sell for:
$5,5000Bo

758-9398


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8' round above
round pool & accesso-
es. Can buy whole set
r individually. Call for
details, 376-6469


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



Aero/Aviation/Defense
A & P Mechanic
Sunshine Aero is taking
applications for an A & P
Mechanic. Must have
own tools. Apply in per-
son at Sunshine Aero In-
dustries 5545 John
Givens Rd, Crestview, FL.
Phone 850-682-6811.
Aero/Aviation/Defense
Aircraft Refueler
experienced in the gen-
eral aviation field. Apply
in person Sunshine Aero,
55'45 John Givens Rd.,
Crestview, FL,' Bob Sikes
Airport. 682-6811


Heat up your career. No
exp. needed. Get nation-
ally certified in 3wks...
Local job placement
asst., financing availa-
ble. Classes start nowl
877-994-9904


NEW TiJIJAY
Drivers
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home' weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Trqinin..
1-866-280-5309
Education/Training
Exp. Preschool
Teacher
needed for the Crestview
location. FT & PT posi-
tions for the right individ-
uals. Must be 18 yrs or
older FL40 a plus, CDA
a plus. Must be avail
within 2 weeks or
sooner. Apply at 1040
Farmer Street, Crestivew
Healthcare
Housekeeper
for Gulf Coast Youth Ser-
vices Crestview. Com-
petitive pay & benefits
Apply at: 1015 Marwalt
Dr FWB FL 32547
Web ID #27792398


NEW TO11A0
Healthcare/Other

a Bridgeway Center ...


CERTIFIED
NURSES
ASSISTANT
Full Time position located
in Crestview. Candidate
must have a cur-
rent/active Florida CNA
License
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
Full time position located
in Crestview.
At Bridgeway Center,
Inc. (BCI, we value integ-
rity, intelligence, initiative
and engaging leader-
ship. If you share our
values, learn more about
this opportunity or
download an application
on line at
www.bridgewaycenter.org
It's that easy
BCI is an equal opportu-
nity/affirmative action
employer. We conduct
pr-employment drug and
background screening.
VOTED 2006
BEST PLACES TO
WORK
Manufact'g/Production
CNC
Set-Up Person
for production oriented
machine shop. Must be
experienced with all as-
pects of fast paced pro-
duction machining. Qual-
ifications include ability
to read prints, use stand-
ard precision measuring
equipment. Apply in per-
son at Custom Produc-
tion, Inc. 3100 Adora
Teal Way, Crestview
850-689-2889
Other
FT Snack Bar
Manager
Needed at HernItage Plan-
tation Golf & Country
Club. $8/hr + tips.. And
Beverage Cart Atendant,
PT, $6/r + tips. Will be-
cdme FT in near future.
Contact Jeff Marks or Levi
Oxford, at
850-652-2000


4130
100 WORKERS
NEEDED
Assemble crafts wood
items. Materials pro-
vided. To $480+/wk:
Free information pkg. 24
Hr 801-428-4649


S' Baker, 3br, 1ba + 6
S acres. As is you main-
I --- tain. $760. Call
M a 850-231-4979
Baker; Country living
5100-Business 3 br, 1 ba. $675 mo.
Opportunities incl. garbage pick up &
5110 Money o Lend pest control. 582-5036
leave message.
S*Brand new 3br & 4br,
5100 2ba homes in quiet sub-
division. Easy access to
.Crestview & Niceville.
r Startinhg at $885 er
g W I month Call
N W -- 850-689-2221
ACV.


:----
The Right Questions.
How Franchises Work nnAI
12yr Owner of Pool Fran NfW IUJUI
Call FREE "
850-217-9980 Centur 21
Century 21
Post Office Moulton Realty
Now Hiring 682-3849
Ava. pay $20/hour or Rentals:
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT Crestview
Offered by Exam Ser- 0 401 Apple Dr
vices not affiliated 3 br, 2 ba, $750+dd
w/USPS who hires. 0513 WingSpan Way
1-866497-1015 3br, 2V2ba $1000+dd
5474 Haburn St
-- 3br 2ba $975mo+dd
4295 Batten Rd,
S' 3br2ba $1000mo+dd
'\ L 2932 Sholtz Ave.
'' } 3br 2ba $1000+dd
'- S 5272 Cavalier Dr.
S 2br, 1ba, $725mo+dd
6 Courtney Lane
0 0 3br 2ba$850mo+dd
I I r ENT*l 4733 Meadow Lake
RDrive, 3 br, 21/2 ba
6100 Business/ $2000mo +dd
Commercial 202 Cabana Way
6110 -Apartments 3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
6120- Beach Rentals 0 5812 Old Bethel Rd
6130 Condo/Townhouse 3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
6140- House Rentals 143 Lonnie Jack
6150 Roommate Wanted 3 br 2 ba $875mo+dd
6160 Rooms tor Rent 0 545 Tikell1
6170 Mobile Home/Lot 4br 3ba $1250mo+dd4
6180- Out-ot-Town Rentals 4038 Falcon Way
6190 -T imeshare Rentals br2 ba Omodd
6200 Vacation Rentals r 43 Thubnder Ridgeo
Road
__. 3br,2ba $950mo+dd
"2 211 Warrior
s ilno 3br, 2 ba, $1200mo
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac- Coldwell Banker JME.
cepted. Rental assistance Realty 117 Courthouse
maH be avail 1 & 2 BR Terrace, Cresview Fl
H- & non-HC accessible 32536 18501689-f515
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. or 18501682-5922
Crestview FL Call 850 0307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
682-556, TDDO/TTY 1 ba 700sf, $450 triplex
711. Equal Housing Op- 01562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
portunity 2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1 st month rent free
Crestview, Bent Creek 286-A Henderson St
Apartments I, Vouchers 2br, 1 ba, 900sf, $525
Accepted. Rental assis- triplex
tance may be available. *2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
1 & 2 BR HC & non HC ba 1244sf $800 no pets:
accessible apartments. *2716 Paddock Circle,
209 Bent Creek Road 4br 2ba, 2097sf,
Crestview, FL. Call $ 11f95 endless pool ,
850-682-5563. 262 Swaying Pine Ct
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 3br 2.5ba, o 309sf,
Housing Opportunity $900, End Unit TH
0268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
For 0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
6130 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$ new townhome
Fort Walton Beach *272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
WOW! $975, new townhome
0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
ovelybr1.5ba 1 g. 3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
conveniently located. 02385 ne anvoe
Newtiledfloon house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
Goo sizedyard s $895 waterfront
fenced in $825. mo+ sd 226 Runnymeade Drive
rne'otale,& 2br, 1.5 ba, 930sf,
u -496-5278 $600 townhome
2385 Susan Drive,
E0basement apt. Ibr, 1 ba
.... *114 Feldon Drive 3 br,
o 2 ba, 1426 sq ft, '$900
2 and 3 bedrooms for half off first months rent
rent. Cal 830-2061 or 0 5814 Reinke Drive- 4
682-4070 br, 2 a, 1518 sf, $895
___________pool, 1/2 off 1st mo. rent
0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
-- a br 2 ba, 1025 sf,
UI afi o A (025 fenced w/large
3I deck
03267 Fairview Ave.
American Realty 3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $845.
S1st month rent free
of Northwest 0 5590 Wheeler Place,
Florida, Inc. 3br 2ba 1636sf,
682-4822 or $1675 cude-sac
651-571 EHO, 02838 Tamiami Trail
651-5717 EHO 4br 2ba, 1942sf,
0,2592 Victoria PI, 2br, $1695 1st'month rent
1ba, $650 free
0311 Strawbridge Dr 04815 Summer Creek
3br 2ba, $900 Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
3 Reaent Rd $1075, rivac fence
3 br, Zba, $1000 yard
*718 Lee Ave. 114 Hampton Drive
3 br, 2 ba, $790 2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
0210 James St. 2br, TH
lba $650 0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
02856 Penny Ln. 3br, 2ba 1200sf, $850. No
2ba, $850 pets
0296 Oakview PI. 3br, *4859 Kensington Lane,
2ba $800 3br 2ba 1427sf,
04600 Middleton Rd, $1600 V 1 of 1st months
5br 2.5ba, $800 rent
035 7 Bear Creek Rd 0803 Aunt Polly Place,
2br 1.5ba $825 3br 2ba 1702sf
,3 4 Brackin St. 3br,' $1695 marble fireplace
2ba, $825 128 Patton St. 2br,
0304 Crooked Pine Tr, 1ba, 900sf, $625 lawn
3br 2.5ba .$845 care provided triplex '
0217 Southview Dr. 3br *12r Mill Pond Cove,
2ba $850 4br 2ba 1812sf
0221 Pinoak Ct. 3br, $1650, screened in tiled
2ba 8$50 orch
122a5 Northview Dr. for further information
3br 2ba $900 visit www.cbimeproperty
02252 titanium Dr. 4br, management.com
ba, $1400 m m
I ^468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br 2ba, $1450 Country living 3/4 mile
02820 Tamiami Tr, 3br, north of High School.
2ba, $1050 3br, 1.5ba, $800/mo.
*315John Kin Rd, $860 security deposit.
3 br, 2 ba, $825 No pets. Call 830-8411
0226 Southview Dr., or 582-2722
3 br, 2 ba, $875 -
0332 John King Rd, 3br, Crestview Avail. Mar.
2ba, $740 15, N. of 1-10. 120 Ja-
*1328 Jeffrine Dr 3br, cob Dr. 1615sf, 3br,
2ba $1050 2ba 2cg, large yard
06219 Winstead Rd, lose to schos Pets/
3br, 2ba, $875 smoke OK. $1050/mo.
*1r30 Claire 3br, 2ba, 902-6828 or 682-5614
$925
*1002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1000
*223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba, Do Something
Visit us at
www.era-american.com ,,


/ t1uiil. r.1 hr.15 1 '11.< .1 "l r 'eice- ind Co n,'jlln..j
Employment Opportunities
Aquatic Biologist/Assistant Manager
MasterAquatlcs-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. MasterAquatics 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/chemistry/natural resources or
horticultural degree and/or 3-5 years of background experience. Ideal
candidate should have 2-3 years of field experience In tie 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
ATV's is required.
Apply by March 15,2008. Send your resume to: Master Aquatics, cJo
John Cortell, 709 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536
or by E-mail atjcortell@masteraquatlcs.com.
www.masteraq uatics.com


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1 acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area.
NEW rIJIAVy Call 850-240-0890

Teel & Waters
R e a l E s ta te .
RENTALS NEW ARIZONA
682-6156 LAND RUSH!
204 Booker St. 1 or 21/2 "Football Field"
575 2 br 1 ba sized lots $0 Down $0
' 227 Walker Circle Interest, $159-$208/mo.
750 3 br 2 ba 1 cg Money back guaranteed
S2117 Hagood'Loop Toll-free 1-800-603-6233
1250, 4 br, 3 ba, 2cg www.sunsiteslandrush.com
No pets
4 8 Riverchaser


Crestview beautiful
brick 3br 2ba, incl.
W/D, $950 +' dep.
Lease purchase option
avail. Call 699-3833
Crestview
Relocating
Needing Rental
Home for June
Occupancy
Needing for June occu-
pancy. 3/4 BR, 2 BA, im-
maculate home in Da-
vidson school district.
Pets must be allowed.
Pool preferred but not
necessary. Willing to
sign long term lease. Pic-
tures and info can be
sent to
leoli37@yahoo.com
phone calls to
50-758-5553
Crestview: S. 1-10 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340



Gorgeous 4 br, 2 ba
home in Crestview for
$185K. Don't waste
money on rent when you
can ownl Credit prob-
lems? Flexible financing.
Foreclosure special. Call
Robbie 850-678-2924


NfW T000AV

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
* 1108 Blackberry Circ.
4 br 2 ba, $1300
Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $600
Crestview
* 687 Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba, $695
* 689 Valley Road
3 br, 2 ba, $750
0 6119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5 ba; $775
* 5297 Opportunity Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $795
* 6020 Gagnon
3 br, 2 ba, $800
* 265 Lindbera St
3 br 2 ba $1825
* 420 Oak M'lace
3 br, 2 ba, $895
* 124 Walker Circle
4 br; 2 ba, $975
* 1317JeffrineDr
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
* 2835 Atoka Trail
4br, 2ba, $1100
* 1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1100


13OO, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
No pets
391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2V2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


* Crestview
3 Br, 2 Ba $875/mo
* Laurel Hfill-
3 Br, 2 Ba 2cg new
home $975/mo. Section
8 accepted.
682-5533 or after hours
850-956-2553






Baker; Newly remod-
eled 2br, 1 ba, mobile
home on quiet 1 acre lot.
Lg front porch, furnished
or unfurnished $550mo/
$550dep, no pets/smok-
ing. Re. Required Sen-
iors welcome 537-2510


Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba.
425 A Brookmeade Dr
Avail, now. $525/mo +
dep. 398-6600


Crestview 2br, 1 ba,
$440mo. Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
welcome. 850-585-8192


Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
3104 Holley Dr., no
pets. 682-1972



NEW TIJAY


Mossy Head- 3 br, 2
e ba, private lot, very nice, --
no pets. $600/mo + IIfi lw
J $400dep. 5NON U"
THIS WEEK'S 850-225-0949
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NEW CONSTRUCTION Niceville completely re- --
modeled 2br. 1ba, TRUCK
4606BOBOLINKWAY $595/mo + $595 dep. Tu- CK
3/2 Split floor plan on level lot, 259-8646 T ota ndroad20
2 car garage $167,200 ____Good Cond
88000 Miles, Sti
4637 BOBOLINK WAY der warranty, $13
3/2 Splitfloor plan, gas or best offer
fireplace, lotsofupgrades 850-537-8145
$174,000 850-748-4820.
6120 WILLOW LANE W
3/2 Split floorplan, lots of
upgrades $161,500
247 Jillian Dr RE ATE FOR
3/3 Split floor plan with lots of flfl
upgrades $247,000 710 0 eHomes /T
3208 TWILIGHT DR 7120- mercal Like new 2004 15
3/2 Splitfloor plan with 7130 Condo/Townhouse Johnson four stroke
screened porch & lots of 7140 Farms & Ranches board with tiller cor
upgrades $165,000 7150 Lots and Acreage under 3 hours use,ac
7160 Mobile Homes older Kennedy Craf
6070 Bud Moulton Rd 7170 Waterfront and trailer. Pkq. des
One acre lot with stately Oak 7180- Investment $2395. See a Day
Property rine in Florala. C5
Trees, fenced back yard,out 7190- Out-of-Town 334-858-2628 or
building, fireplace, large Real Estate 0-8 15
kitchen. With a littleTLC this 7200 Timeshare 850-598-1153
can be your dream home. ,
$199,900 I:S ^ I"'^^ 1^|1l
232 Riverchase I Xtreme Bo
Southofl-10with heated in I 7100 All Welded, All Aluminum
ground pool in a large back $500-$i,000RebatesonallXtre
yard, privacy fence, tile & wood Crestview- 2 store 3 WealosellSmoker/BBQ, I
floors throughout $229,000 br, 2 ba 1 ca ,1312sf UtlityVehcletBonifay
,^, cu'l-de-sac Soul' of 1- 0' w tremenduatre
5594 Pine Lake Many upgrades. Call for I Toll Free 1-866-684
3/2 splitfloorplan with an appt. $165K obo.
beautiful hard wood floors, Call 830-6397
fireplace and new carpet
throughout, privacy fenced 82
b a c k y a rd a n d la rg e c o rn e r lo t L o o k ng2.'
$215,000 For Sale DeadLooking fo
Dead 2000 Y(
5650 Goodwin Road By Owner GP800 waverunn
4 acres with large Owner Finance comparable year)
manufacturedhomesplit 2 & 3 BR homes or buy prts off.
floorplanandlotsofupgrades. Crestview area call 64ge if no 5745.
Bring your horses and enjoy 537-9798message
the country living just minutes
from town $164,900
104 Eastview
104story, singlecararastviewsouth For sale by owner; 3br, [1 8330
s s a2be la e bedrooms, Wanderer Li
of 1-10. This little cottage 2 bdr a e
would make a great starter 'ar 9,900 240-0890 Trvel Tral
home on a large level lot 2002
with back yard privacy fenced Slide-out. With I
$145,000 package. Like
Mortgage note for sale. $8500. Will sell
5700 J'VWOOLLEY RD Dowtown Baker. 2006 Chevy Sil
Nice 3/2 all brick home on 1 2 acres & travel trailer %ton Turbo Dies
acre just east of Crestview. 850-537-9493 $38,500. 259-76
Large carport & back porch
to enjoythe country quiet. 7' Dodge Nitro SL
$174,900 07 Dodge Nitro SLT



Baylis & Davis
Realty
Your Crestvievw Connection


Like new, 1 owner, 12Kmiles, white, leather,
SB ai 830-6543 heated seats, cruise, 6 CD,IMP03, Sat. radio,
lots of extras.$23K payoff978-411
537-9144 or 978-4113


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Looking forward to seeing old
and new faces!


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CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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AppraisedValue:
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8120 SportsUtilityVehicles
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Cadillac DeVille 1989
heat, leather seats,
power locks/windows &
seats. Great Condition
great transportation sold
investment for tax re-
turn.$1900. Contact Ben
305 4427


2,5 8130
Chevy Silverado
3/4on Turbo
Diesel 2006
4x4, 23K mi. $32K. Will
sell with 2002 Wanderer
Lite Travel Trailer for
$38,500. 259-7621

Ford Bronco
4x4 1984
Needs transmission.
Good condition. $600
firm. (850) 417-1800
Ford F-250 Power
stroke diesel 2004 Lariat
All the bells & whistles.
5th wheel trailer hitch
81,000 miles. Retail
$29,235, asking
$22,500. 537-8160


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