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photo gallery


IN THIS ISSUE


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008
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A burning Today's Forecast
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us were there to become American


citizens ... because we wanted to be."
Pauline Williams





Taking the oath


Crestview

gains a new

U.S. citizen

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin *

CRESTVIEW -- It's
almost 2,000 miles
from Saint John, New
Brunswick, to Crestview,-
but Pauline Williams is
glad she made the trek.
It was a journey she
made both physically and
spiritually.,
"I've been here for a lit-
tle while and now I made
it official," Williams said
proudly.
Williams, a credit
administrator at the
First National Bank of
Crestview, arrived in
Crestview four years
ago. Last year she made
the decision to apply for
American citizenship.
Becoming a natural-
ized American is not an
easy process. At last, af-
ter almost nine months,
on Feb. 29 she stood be-
fore a federal judge in
Pensacola, raised her
right hand and swore al-
legiance to the United
States of America.
"During that time I
had to travel to New
Orleans to be finger-
printed," Williams said,
describing the laborious
process. "Then I had to go


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Pauline Williams recently became a U.S. citizen during an emotional ceremony before a
federal judge in Pensacola. ,


to Jacksonville in October
for my 'test,' which con-
sisted of questions about
American history and
the American govern-
ment, along with proving
I could write and under-
stand English."
At last came the big
day.
"It is the only time
you are allowed to bring
a camera into a federal
court house," Williams
said.
"There were 101 can-


didates on the day of
my ceremony, the larg-
est they ever had at that
court house."
In addition to Williams,
a Canadian, applicants
from Romania, Irhq,
Germany, Japan, Korea
and 24 other nations were
there to gladly become
our newest countrymen.
"Every candidate in
that room had a story ,to
tell of their struggle to
get to the place where
they were. Some tougher


than others," Williams
described. "But all of us
were there to become
American citizens ... be-
cause we wanted to be."
Preparing for a citi-
zenship test in itself can
place an applicant un-
der immense pressure,
but Williams' ordeal was
even more complicated.
"I got married four
days after I took my test,"
she explained. "It was a
See OATH A6


Take Stock produces success stories

Program provides scholarships, happy memories for students and mentors


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Elaine Shaffer can't
wait for her graduation
day.
The Crestview High
School commencement
ceremony this spring will
mark the end of a six-year
story authored by Shaffer
and CHS senior Jamie
Allende.
Shaffer, 80, serves as
Allende's mentor in the
Take Stock In Children
program.
The Take Stock in
Children program will
help Allende pursue a
degree in education at
the University of West
Florida this fall.
Shaffer provided

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Special to the News Bulletin
CHS senior Jamie Allende, left, and her Take Stock in
Children mentor Elaine Shaffer.


Allende with support
and encouragement dur-
ing her years at Davidson
Middle School and then
at CHS.
"She has so much
wisdom to share and


so many connections
to many spheres of in-
fluence," Allende told
the state Take Stock in
Children publication.
"We talk about every-
thing from academics


to music and movies and
current events.
"She has really become
a major part of my life in
supporting me to achieve
my educational goals."
Shaffer and Allende
meet once a week for a
half-hour. They discuss
Allende's week in gen-
eral, her classes, and her
upcoming big assign-
ments.
"I consider every week
to be fulfillment," said
Shaffer, who says she will
"graduate" from the pro-
gram when Allende grad-
uates from CHS.
"We're looking for-
ward to graduation and
looking forward to see-

See STORIES A6


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
The current CitiChurch building on Stillwell Boulevard could
be the future home for some city of Crestview departments.


City still interested in


CitiChurch property


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview's ongoing
growth spurt means the
city's government also
needs more space.
The Crestview city
council thinks the
CitiChurch building on
Stillwell Boulevard could
give the city's departments
the room it needs to grow.
The council ,voted 3-1
on Monday to! continue
its efforts to purchase the
CitiChurch property ad-
jacent to the Old Spanish
Trail Park.
Council President Chip
Wells opposed the motion.


Council member Brenda
Bush was unable to attend
the meeting.
Administrative Services
Director Mike Wing told
the council the 30,000-
square-feet' building on
the property could solve
the city's anticipated space
needs.
"Within "the. next 10
years, we have to create
space somewhere," Wing
said. "This is a good loca-
tion, and we'can't produce
that kind of footage for
$53 per square foot (the es-
timated cost of the build-
ing) anywhere else."

See CITY A6


'Your ont Page Story'


Special to the News Bulletin
Florida Trail members wade through the Yellow River
Swamp during a hike on March 1.


The trail less traveled


Wallis Mayo
Special to the News Bulletin

Nine hikers tread where
few have gone on March
1 on the Florida Trail in
Yellow River swamp, shar-
ing a remarkable experience
and boldly defying the ele-
ments.
The hike began on the
west side of State Road 85
with 14 people in atten-
dance. The beginning six
miles were on a dry trail,
and .some chose only to do
that section. Nine of the
14 were prepared to 'hike
the last two miles as a "wet
hike". Recent rains had el-
evated the river level, and
much of the trail was under
water.
With no bridges to cross
safely, the hikers' were not
deterred. They waded
through waist-deep, murky,


cold water searching for a
foothold by touch rather
than sight.
Hidden in the .swamp
in north Okaloosa County
and not often seen by hu-
mapn eyes, they found an
environment of living and
non-living things that occur
naturally without interfer-
ence of man.
For more information on
the Florida Trai} and activi-
ties go to www.floridatrail.
org or call 1-877-HIKE-
FLA.
The local chapter is the
Choctawhatchee Chapter,
and the web page is http://
Choctaw.floridatrail.org

Want to see your story on
the front page? Submit your
article and/or photos to Kyle
Wright at kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com. Put "Front Page
Story" in subject line.


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offered by vendors Saturday
Riders on the BarDon Express were bundled up against the March winds during during the Triple B
Saturday's Bar-B-Que cook-off. Cook-Off.


Kristen Gallo enjoyed meeting a cuddly
bunny Saturday at the Cuddly Critters
Petting Zoo.




Photos by

ANN SPANN
Crestview News Bulletin

See the list of winners at
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Levi Werner, 3, of Crestview, had his first cowboy experience Saturday
at the Cuddly Critters pony ride.


Antique cars and vendors lined Crestview's Main Street on Saturday
for the Crestview Chamber of Commerce Triple B Bar-B-Que.


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Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

If any of you have
come down with any of
this "stuff going around,"
I promise not to think
you're exaggerating if
you tell me you've had
a cold for three weeks! I
totally empathize.
Health and well-
ness material is one of
most sought-after types
of online information.
The State Library and
Archives of Florida is
currently conducting a
study of access to and
use of medical and con-
sumer health informa-
tion through the Florida
Electronic Library. Fellow
staff member Heather
Wietlisbach and I attended
a focus group discussion
last week. Findings will
help the State Library
determine the degree to
which medical and con-
sumer health information
might be made more read-
ily available to the citizens
of Florida.
If you have never been
on their Health & Wellness
Resource Center, it is
definitely worth a look.
Nearly 400 health/medi-
cal journals, hundreds


LIBRARY EVENTS
Story Time, 10:15 a.m.
today
Family Library Time, 7
p.m. March 18
Friends of the Library
meeting, 10:30 a.m. March
20
Genealogy class, 6 p.m.
March 24
Friends of the Library
Book sale, April 4-6


of pamphlets, over 700
health-related videos, and
articles from 2,200 general
interest publications, in
addition to a broad collec-
tion of reference titles, are
included.
To access, go to our
library Web site at www.
cityofcrestview.org /
library.htm and click on
Electronic Resources in the
drop-down menu. Scroll
down and click the Health
& Wellness Resource
Center logo. (You will
need your 14-digit library
card barcode for access.)
Once in the list of data-
bases available, scroll
way down to "Health &
Wellness Resource Center
& Alternative Health
Module." You can search
,diseases and conditions,
drugs and herbal rem-


edies, and topics in the
news. There's even a dic-
tionary!

PROGRAMS
One of the most last-
ing gifts you can pass
on to your children and
grandchildren is a record
of their family history. Of
course, young people are
also encouraged to begin
gathering information
sooner rather than later. I
was touched by the sight
of a young man search-
ing our genealogy area
recently, who said he was
trying to "get my cousins
interested in our family
history."
Beverly Gross, presi-
dent of the Genealogical
Society of Okaloosa
County, will teach a be-
ginning genealogy class
here at the library on
Monday, March 24 from
6 to 8 p.m. There is no
charge, and registration
is not required. Just show
up!
The next bi-monthly
meeting of the Friends
of the Crestview Library
will be on Thursday,
March 20 at 10:30 a.m.
The guest speaker will
be Bob Gorin, director of
the six-member Okaloosa


County Public Library
Cooperative. The public is
cordially invited.
The next Friends of
the Library book sale
will be April 4, 5, and 6.
Donations of books and
videos are greatly ap-
preciated. Please bring
all items to the library by
March 31 or call 689-1535
as soon as possible to ar-
range for pick-up.
Story Time today
at 10:15 a.m. is "Leaping
Leprechauns" and next
week is "Hoppy (yes,
hoppy) Easter!"
Don't miss the next
Family Library Time 7 to
8:30 p.m., Tuesday, March
18, when we will make
Easter Egg Clackers. The
minimum age is six, and
registration is required.


STAFF PICKS
Although USA.gov
is a valuable portal to
federal and state govern-
ment information, some
print sources are still
indispensable. One is the
CQ Press Washington
Information Directory
2007-2008 (R 975.3002
Was)... the definitive
source for finding con-
tacts at U. S. government
and nongovernmental
agencies in Washington,
D. C. Nineteen chapters
cover:
Agriculture, Food,
and Nutrition
Business and
Economics
Communication and
the Media
Culture and Religion
Education
Employment and


Christian books topic

of April 1 lecture
Crestview News Bulletin

Sherry Anderson and Cindy Holbrook of Writers
Aglow will discuss the Christian fiction book mar-
ket for the April I1 First Tuesday Lecture at the
Robert L. E Sikes Public Library in Crestview.
Anderson is president of the Writers Aglow in
Panama City. Holbrook is president of the Fort
Walton Beach Writers Aglow.
" Aglow International is a trans-denominational
organization of Christian women established m
171 nations on six continents with over 4,600 fel-
lowship groups worldwide.
Anderson is a Christian speaker who has pub-
lished many Christian manuals. Holbrook holds
a doctorate degree in Christian Theology and has
published twelve general market romance books.
Come learn what is happening in the Christian
fiction market and why it is such a growing genre.
The program starts at 10:30 a.m with coffee and
cookies served beginning at 10 a.m. The library is
located at 1445 Commerce Drive (behind the Post'
Office). Call 682-4432.


Labor
Energy
Environment and
Natural Resources
Government
Operations
Health
Housing and
Development
International Affairs
Law and Justice ,
Military Personnel
and Veterans
National and
Homeland Security
Science and
Technology
Social Services and
Disabilities
Transportation


U. S. Congress and
Politics

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Life is like a para-
chute jump; you've got to
get it right the first time."
Eleanor Roosevelt

CONTACT US
Address: 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
the Post Office)
Phone: 850.682.4432'
Web Site: www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm
The library will be
closed March 21st for
Good Friday.


Sunday fund-raiser

for Clay Davidson

A fund-raiser for the Clay Davidson Cancer
Fund will be held Sunday, March 16, at Westside
Assembly of God in Crestview, located at 179 Kit
Drive, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. To-go plates of fish,
cheese grits, baked beans and hush puppies will
be served for $6 a plate. For tickets or more infor-
mation, call Victor Kolmetz at 689-3302.


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DFlying the political skies

Flying the political skies


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

My friend, former
colleague and fellow
Anglophile Marce knows
better than to forward
purportedly true e-mails
without first checking out
their veracity on Snopes.
com. But as she works in
the airline industry, she
couldn't resist sending
this one on.
It begins:
"A Washington DC
airport ticket agent offers
some examples of why our
country is in trouble..."
The e-mail then lists
a dozen examples of ig-
norant destination and
itinerary requests suppos-
edly made by congress-
men, senators and cabinet
members.
The first one reads, "A
senior Vermont congress-
man called, furious about
a Florida package we did.
I asked what was wrong
with the vacation in
Orlando. He said he was


'[ asked what was wrong with the
vacation in Orlando. He said he was
expecting an ocean-view room."


expecting an ocean-view
room.
"I tried to explain
that's not possible, since
Orlando is in the middle
of the state. He replied,
'Don't lie to me, I looked
on the map and Florida
is a very thin state!'
(OMG)"
The rest are in a similar
vein. And of course, none
are true. (For the complete
list, visit our Web site,
www.crestviewbulletin.
com. Feel free to share
them, but don't try to pass
'em off as the real thing!)
"Though we won't dis-
pute they're funny," wrote
Barbara Mikkelson, one of
the Snopes.com webmas-
ters, "the 'true' part has
yet to be substantiated by
anyone."
Similarly, we've all seen


lists of "true" things sup-
posedly said on public as-
sistance applications and
insurance accident reports,
yet again, few have ever
seen anything to substan-
tiate claims they are real.
. Still, they circulate
widely, Mikkelson said,
because we like thinking
we're that much smarter
than our elected officials.
"It's that little bit of
barely suppressed self-sat-
isfaction that makes such
lists a hit.with so many,"
Mikkelson said.
As always, before you
hit the "forward" button,
visit Snopes.com to make
sure what you're sending
is, in fact, true.

See the full list of strange
but not quite true stories at
crestvievwbulletin.com.n


Crestview native honored


by Next Generation program


Crestview native and
psychology major Kelly
Cromer was one of five
Auburn Montgomery
students who received
scholarships from
the Next Generation
Nonprofit Leaders
Program (NextGen) at the
American Humanics (AH)
Management Institute
conference in January.
The NextGen is a com-
petitive internship schol-
arship program designed
to help students complete
AH certification require-
ments, specifically the
minimum 300-hour non-
profit internship. Most
schools are honored with
two scholarships at best.
This year, AUM has five
AH students who will re-
ceive scholarships.
These scholarships al-
low the school to place


Special to the News Bulletin
Kelly Cromer has received
a $4,500 internship
scholarship in American
Humanics.
students in internship po-
sitions that will serve them
the best and allow them to
learn what they want to
learn, regardless of how
much the position may or


may not pay.
Of the 70-plus campus-
es represented at the con-
ference, AUM was singled
out for excellence in stu-
dent recruitment.
"To be awarded best
out of the entire nation, to
be chosen the best out of
70 other campuses nation-
wide is very significant,"
said Tink Lucy-Bouler of
AUM. "The kids know
that."
AUM's chapter of AH
has approximately 60 stu-
dents that meet monthly.
They host three main proj-
ects throughout the year
and are always looking
for volunteers. Their next
project is an Easter egg
hunt on Friday, March
21. Other events through-
out the year include a
pet adopt-a-thon and a
Christmas program.


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


NEZSI'


Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Area sports talk
show host arrested
A Santa Rosa Beach
sports talk radio host was
arrested Friday on six.
counts of committing in-
vestment fraud by selling
investment opportuni-
ties in several of his com-
panies, according to an
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office, press release.
Charles Scott
McKinney, 42, of 24
Seaward Drive in Santa
Rosa Beach is also charged
with theft and racketeer-
ing. His arrest is the result
of a joint investigation
between the Okaloos'a
County Sheriff's Office
and Bureau of Financial
Investigations with the
Florida Office of Financial
Regulation.
Investigators say
between July 2005
and December 2006,
McKinney used his pro-
fessional status as a sports
talk radio host associated
with Southern Sports
Tonight to gain access
to, and the trust of, local
investors. They say he is-


sued them Membership
Stock Certificates, and
provided Partnership
Agreements and Business
Prospectuses.
The release states that
by providing false and
misleading information
and as a result of his ac-
tions, McKinney obtained
nearly $140,000.
Investigators say a fi-
nancial analysis indicates
McKinney used the funds
for personal use, rather
than to promote and/
or equip the companies:
Southern Sports Tonight,
LLC; Barking Dog Media,
LLC; and/or Southeastern
Broadcasting, LLC. In ad-
dition, the investigators
say he failed to inform new
investors of additional in-
vestors and/or partners.
McKinney is the host
of the "Southern Sports
Tonight" radio program..
McKinney's "SEC Insider"
newspaper column has
run in the Crestview News
Bulletin since 2005.
-Anyone who has any
further information is
asked to contact the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office Investigations
Division at' (850) 609-
2000.


Carjacking suspects
sought by police
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay a cash
reward for tips that
help authorities locate
Guillermo Hernandez
and Valerie Moreno. Both
suspects are wanted in
connection with a carjack-
ing that occurred on Dec.
8 in the parking lot of the
Crestview Wal-Mart.
The suspects and two
small children were last
seen leaving in a stolen
black 1993 GMC Sonoma.
Hernandez is wanted
for carjacking, battery on
an elderlyper'son, burglary
and larceny. Hernandez,
33, is a Hispanic male with
brown hair and brown
eyes. Hernandez is five
feet, four inches tall and,
170 pounds.
Moreno, 21, is wanted
for principle to carjacking,"
principle to battery on an
elderly person, burglary
and'larceny. Moreno is
a Hispanic female with
black hair and brown eyes.
Moreno is five feet, two
inches, and 135 pounds.
Anybody with infor-
mation about the where-
abouts of Hernandez


or Moreno may contact
Emerald Coast Crinre
Stoppers at (850) 863-
8477 or (888) 654-8477.
Photographs of these and
other wanted individuals
are available at www.em-
eraldcoastcrimestoppers.
com. Cash rewards of up
to $1,000 will be paid for
information that solves
crimes, leads to the appre-
hension of wanted fugi-
tives, or results in the re-
covery of stolen property
or narcotics.

Man arrested on
drug charges in park
A man was arrested
Feb. 29 in a Crestview park
and charged with posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of
drug paraphernalia. The
man also was wanted on an
outstanding warrant from
Escambia County.
The man was arrested at
Wayside Park.
An incident report
from the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office said an of-
ficer found suspected crack
cocaine and drug parapher-
nalia.
The suspect was taken to
the Okaloosa County Jail.


100 metal posts
stolen in Baker
A hundred metal fence
posts lying next to a
wooden area were stolen
in Baker near Johnson
Road.
There were no vis-
ible tire impressions at
the scene, according to
an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office offense
report. However, it ap-
pears whoever took the
posts had gotten a vehi-
cle stuck in the mud.
The Sheriff's Office
reports no suspects at
this time. The value of
the fence posts is about
$300.

Argument over car
ride leads to charges
A man held his broth-
er-in-law by the neck for
at least a minute after an
argument over: sharing
rides to work, Okaloosa
lawmen say.
The brother-in-law's
vehicle was broken
down, and he'd been
riding with the suspect
for $20 per week, accord-
ing, to a Sheriff's Office
report.


But last week, the 39-
year-old suspect "copped
an attitude" about the
situation, the brother-
in-law said. He then told
his wife (the suspect's
sister) about it, and she
told her parents.
When the suspect
learned this, he came
back to the brother-in-
law's home and began
to yell at his sister. The
brother-in-law stepped
between them as the
woman called 911, but
then the suspect grabbed
him by the throat and
held him against a glass
door.
"I did not see any
marks around (the vic-
tim's) throat due to him
wearing a full beard,"
a deputy wrote, but the
suspect would later ad-
mit to the deed, anyway.
"When I arrived at
(the suspect's) drive-
way, he was sitting on
a 5-gallon bucket drink-
ing a beer," the deputy
wrote. "(He) stated that
he was expecting us to
show up."
The suspect was
charged March 1 with
misdemeanor domestic
battery.


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John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview's National
Guard Armory, at the cor-
ner of Valley Road and
U.S. Highway 90, looks the
pretty much the same as it
always has.
Which was the idea
when the building's mod-
ernization process began in
2006.
It is only once inside
you notice the striking dif-
ferences.
There are many.
"Sometime around 2005,
the Adjutant General of the
Florida National Guard
began looking at ways to
modernize facilities in the
state, and a team went
around and began evalu-
ating the existing facili-
ties," stated Armory man-
ager Sgt. James Holland of
Crestview.
"They also looked at
the historical implications,
and based on the age and
chronological significance
of our facility, they selected
us as one of the first to un-
dergo modernization."

Cosmetic cleanup
One of the things not
changed substantially was
the exterior of the building,
beyond adding new win-
dows and some minor cos-
metics. The structure falls
under the historical preser-
vation act.
"It wasn't the outside
that needed rework any-
way," said Holland, who
went on to talk about the
original plan, and then hav-
ing it changed to fit the new
mission.
"When this started, we
were a signal company,
but early on in the renova-
tion process we changed to
an engineering company,
and that changed our basic
needs."
New maintenance sheds
and storage buildings were
added to the facility's ouit-


John Parrott / Crestview News Bulletin photos
The Crestview National Guard Armory has a familiar look on the outside, but has many changes on the inside.


One of the refurbished rooms in the Crestview
National Guard Armory.


door area, along with a new
paved parking lot and dusk-
to-dawn lighting. A new
security fence surrounds
the perimeter as well.

,A look inside
Once inside the block
work building, one im-


mediately begins to notice
vast differences.
"As you can see every-
thing is new from ventila-
tion, lightings, windows,
doors, electrical equip-
ment, office layout and the
equipment, desk, chairs,
tables are all new," said


Work continues on a room in the Crestview
National Guard Armory.


Holland.
The original $1.8 mil-
lion dollar upgrade in-
cluded outdoor mainte-
nance sheds, workshops
and storage areas, but
plans were subsequently
changed due to the ar-
mory's shift in mission ca-


abilities.
Overall cost probably
exceeds $3 million dollars,
But Holland says, "it is
money well spent."
This was the first ma-
jor upgrade to the armory
since it was built in 1954,
said Holland.


"The Adjutant General
had a basic plan in place,
based upon the availabil-
ity of funds, and what he
wanted to do. We were ex-
tremely fortunate because
he has always been proac-
tive when it comes to up-
grading our state-owned
facilities," Holland said.
"Once we were notified
we were among the top
tier to be modernized then
I and others got to make
our input based on what
we knew and anticipated.
Then we began working
together within the frame-
work of what could be
done within the budget."

Final product
The interior of the
building has little resem-
blance to the old one, with
its worn furniture and
outdated communications
equipment.
The final product has
additional office space,
classrooms, a state-of-the-
art kitchen capable of pre-
paring hundreds of hot
meals a day, along with
modern and efficient heat-
ing and cooling system.
The Crestview land-
mark has a dual role to
play.
Not only is the armory
a place where military
training takes place, it is
also a comfortable, secure
and spacious arena for
private parties, wedding
receptions, anniversaries,
or business conferences.
"We can accommodate
upwards of 500 people
and that is a huge bonus
for us, and the surround-
ing community," says
Holland.
"We are part of the
community, and most of
us live in the local area, so
we have a local interest."
Anyone having interest
in renting the armory for
an event is encouraged to
call Sgt. Steve Barrow, or
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


Investigator Richard Trent (center) receives the Police Officer of the Year award
from Mayor David Cadle and Police Chief Brian Mitchell during the Crestview city
council meeting on Monday.



STORIES continued from Al


ing her enter' college. But
every week is a milestone.
I wouldn't have given this
up for anything."

Taking stock
According to the
Oka~oosa 'County School
District Web site, the Take
Stock in Children program
provides four-year schol-
arships to deserving low-
income youths who are at
risk of not going to college
because of their families'
financial situation.
Sixth-grade students
with good grades, good
attendance and good dis-
cipline records are invited
to apply. Selected students
sign a contract, along with
his or her parent and school
principal, promising to
maintain a good school re-
cord and to remain drug-
free and crime-free.
The school district pairs
Take Stock in Children
participants with volun-
teer adult mentors.
"We're really taking
stock in children," said Dr.
Mabel Jean Morrison, who
currently serves as a men-
tor for a student at Laurel
Hill. "Some kids need a
little help in order to suc-
ceed. I always had' kids
I wanted to take home
with me to help. That's the
beauty of this program.
These are kids that nor-
mally wouldn't get college
scholarships."


little stressful."
Now married to Master
Sgt. Barry Williams, an
airman stationed at Eglin,
Pauline Williams doesn't
notice much difference in
her life, given the close
relationship between the
United States and our
northern neighbors.
She is keen to expe-
rience one of our most
cherished rights, some-
thing she has not con-
cerned herself with in the
past.
"It doesn't really feel
a ldt different right now,
but this year I'll get to
vote, which I've never


TAKE STOCK
For information about the
Take Stock in Children pro-
gram, contact Cindy Frazier
at 833-9999.


Okaloosa Public Schools
Foundation Program
Coordinator Cindy Frazier
says the program cur-
rently has 99 participants
county-wide.
Twenty Take Stock in
Children products cur-
rently attend college.
Crestview High School
graduate Jesse Dreaden
currently- majors in engi-
neering at the University
of Florida. Baker gradu-
ate Auna Brunson majors
in mass media commu-
nication at Florida State
University.
"The opportunities
these children have to get
the scholarship and the re-
lationships they have with
their mentors are price-
less," said Karen Sims,
student advocate and
mentor coordinator for
north Okaloosa County.

'Epitome of dedication'
Not all of the student-
mentor pairings result in
fairy-tale endings.
Two students Morrison
mentored in past years
were not able to fulfill the
requirements to receive
the scholarship.


been able to do before,"
Williams said. "Before,
I never had an opinion
about American politics,
because, well, if you can't
vote..."
Back in New
Brunswick, Williams'
family doesn't really have
a strong opinion about
her change of allegiance,
she said.
"They're happy that I
have a good life," she said.
"My sister sent me an e-
mail saying, 'I couldn't
find a card for this here
in Canada, so Happy U.S.
Citizen Day!'"
Williams' daughter,


Morrison still feels she
made a positive impact.
One of her stories had
a happy ending, if not a
Hollywood ending.
"One little girl I had,
one day I saw her work-
ing at a grocery store, and
she came out and hugged
me and told me she was.
living with a nice fam-
ily," Morrison said. "She
seemed happy and said
she was going to complete
high school, so I felt I had
a part."
Success stories include
student-mentor pairings
like Laurel Hill 'senior
Lindsey Singletary and her
mentor, Mary Simmons.
Singletary is on pace.
to become the first Laurel
Hill student to receive a
Take Stock in Children
scholarship.
Simmons began men-
toring Singletary a few
years ago. Simmons' eye-
sight began to fail and left
her unable ,to drive, but
she continued to find ways
to support Singletary.
"She attends sporting
and school events in sup-
port of Lindsey, and stays
in touch through telephone
mentoring," Frazier said.
"She is the epitome of
dedication to her student
and the importance and
value that is placed upon a
student in the one-on-one
time shared with a men-
tor."


Jessica, 23, has not be-
come anAmerican citizen,
but her son Nathaniel, 18,
has, "and he's looking
forward to voting in the
upcoming election."
Williams said the citi-
zenship ceremony was a
very emotional time.
"Different people
spoke about what it was
like to be an American,"
Williams said. "A lot of
times, when you're born
here you don't realize,
and sometimes take for
granted, the freedom and
opportunities that are
granted to you because
you are American."


Laurel Hill city council agenda


Firefighter and Officer



of the Year honored


I. Call to order
II. Prayer and Pledge
of Allegiance
III. Public comment
period
IV. Minutes of Feb. 28
public hearing and regu-
lar meeting
V. Reports:
A. Mayor


B. City Manager:
i. Water storage tank
inspection report
VI. Old Business
A. Resolution 08-02
(CDBG application)
B. Open surplus item
bids
VII. New business
VIII. Approve pay-
ment of bills


CITY continued from Al


Wing said the city is
paying more per square
foot for current projects
like the new public safety
building on the south side
of Crestview.
Wing said the building
could serve as the home
for the Crestview Police
Department and provide
space for records storage,
with plenty, of room left
over.
Wing said he would
attempt to continue the
negotiations as early as
Tuesday.
The city and the church
have corresponded about
the sale of the property for
several weeks.

Other business
The council unani-
mously approved a mo-
tion to continue the pro-
cess to place a sign at the


CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL
* Key issue The p'iosible purchase of the CitiChurch build-
ing on S.tillwell Bi...:1
* Key acuon The i:,cunr: l approved a motion to continue el-
'orts to purchase the pro'peit,'.
* Next meeting: .'larch 24, 6 p.m.


entryway to the Crestview
Community Center and
the Robert L.F. Sikes
Library. Wing provided
a cost estimate of about
$15,000 for a large sign
with an electronic mes-
sage board.
The council unani-
mously approved a mo-
tion to authorize an ap-
praisal of 194 acres near
Garrett Sand. The prop-
erty would be used for ef-
fluent disposal.
Final plans for two
projects (the final plat of
Heritage Manor II near
Hospital Drive and a new


M&F Bank building on
West Redstone Avenue)
were approved as part of
the consent agenda.
A meeting of the
CRA preceded the regu-
lar council meeting. The
group voted to table a
motion to purchase bar-
ricades for crowd control
at parades and other pub-
lic events. The barricades
and storage trailers would
cost $54,025.

See a video report on
Monday's city council meet-
ing later this week at crest-
viewbulletin.com
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RICHBOURG STUDENT ARTICLE


Students face hectic deadlines


AuSani Wilks
Richbourg Middle School

Yearbook is a job. We
make a real book that is
published by a real pub-
lisher.
Yearbook is fun and
hard at the same time,
and when it's time to
work, believe it, we
are told to get to work.
Sometimes we have mul-
tiple deadlines in a short
span of time.
There are a lot of steps
you have to conquer
completing a deadline.
We start by getting pho-
tos taken for the year-
book, organizing them,
uploading them, design-
ing pages, getting advice
and input and hopefully
getting them approved
by first our section edi-
tor, then the co-editor,
editor, and finally by our
adviser, who approves
the pages to be submit-
ted. We have to work
with others who have


We are taught

journalists.


to be responsible

We hear that


all the time.


pages in our section to
make sure our pages all
match the theme.
Journalism gives us
other deadlines. For
news to be good, it has to
be timely. If we take too
long to write a story, it is
old news.
For news article dead-
lines, we have to come up
with ideas or search the
school for stories or write
about what the news
editor and staff tell us to
write about. We have to
do interviews. Before we
can do those, we have to
think up good questions
to ask. We then write and
make sure all the infor-
mation is accurate. We
are taught to be respon-
sible journalists. We hear
that all the time.


We then have to make
sure the spelling is cor-
rect, punctuation in the
proper place, it flows
with the theme and it's
readable and under-
standable. When that's
complete, we take it to
the news editor and her
two news team staff
members, and then they
turn it in to our adviser,
who sends it to the paper
for publication.
It's great to see our
names in print and know
that we are getting out
information and news
about Richbourg Middle
School.

AuSani Wilks is a
seventh-grader and first-
year journalism student at
Richbourg.
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Hill has announced the
agenda for Thursday's
city council meeting.
The meeting will begin
at 7 p.m. at the City Hall
council chamber. The
public is invited and en-
couraged to attend.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Captain Alan Clifton (center) receives the Firefighter of the Year award from Mayor
David Cadle (right) and Deputy Fire Chief Cedric Peterson during the Crestview
city council meeting on Monday.


OATH continued from Al


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008 LOCAL



Schools hold FCAT pep rallies


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW With
a spirited combination of
cheers, skits and upbeat
speeches, local teachers
whipped area elementary
and middle schoolers into
a frenzy of eager anticipa-
tion.
The target of the stu-
dents' enthusiasm wasn't
a big game against an'
archrival. The outpouring
of spirit was for the spring
FCAT exams.
For the next week, state-
wide reading, math and
science tests, which start-
ed Tuesday, will assess
students' abilities and
their schools' progress in
conveying the material.
At Northwood
Elementary School, the
gym bleachers were
packed on Monday after-
noon with kids who, on
cue, shouted "FCATs!"
and cheered "Cougars!"
while stomping their feet
in rhythm.
"I'm military and have
been in many different
states, but I have never
seen so much enthusi-


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School Assistant Principal Dexter Day and
CHS students pump up Northwood Elementary students
for the FCAT exam during a pep rally Monday.


asm," said Parvin Smith,
president of the school's
Parent Advisory Council.
Crestview High School
Assistant Principal
Dexter Day brought a
contingent of CHS suc-
cess stories with him
to inspire the younger
kids. Among them were
accomplished arts stu-
dents, athletes and an
ROTC leader who has
been accepted to the U.S.
Air Force Academy.
"The reason I brought
them here today is be-


cause I want you to see
what happens when you
have a 'burning desire to
succeed," Day told the
younger kids.
"Nine years ago, these
people were sitting where
you are today. They had
dreams like you have
dreams. It's all about de-
sire and all about believ-
ing in yourself."
. Then a squadron of
teachers in camouflage
pants and "Operation
FCAT" T-shirts, led
by former Marine and


Northwood teacher
Meredith Coleman,
marched onto the gym
floor and performed a skit
demonstrating the impor-
tance of the test.
With the kids stomp-
ing in tempo, Coleman
and her squad called out
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them prepare for the stan-
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MIDDLE SCHOOL
ESSAY CONTEST: The
Knights of Columbus Fourth
Degree Assembly 1564 is
sponsoring their seventh an-
nual Essay Contest open to
all Okaloosa County middle
school (age group) students,
including private, religious
and homeschooled attendees.
'The subject of the contest is
"Great American Patriots." The
-first place winner will receive
a $300 savings bond, second
place a $200 bond, and third
place a $100 bond.
The essay must not exceed
.500 words in length. It should
contain a short biography of
the patriot along with a de-
scription of his/her' patriotic
act(s). References 4h.-'uld 'be
noted as footnotes o: in a bibli-
.ography. Pai e inclu'dea 'cover
.sheet containing your name,
'address, phdionehnumber; age.
grade,' and school., M:,il your
entry to. Franris Liberatori
Director- KotC E-uao, Contest
206 Galway Dr Ni.-'.ille".PFL
32578., ... : .
The essays will be accepted
until April 6. Winners will be
announced in early May. Please
call 729-3915 for further details.

OWC
"WOMEN'S ART -
WOMEN'S VISION"
SEMINAR: The Okaloosa-
Walton College Women's
Educational Resource Center,
the Crestview Woman's Club,
and the Twin Cities Woman's
Club will present a one-
day seminar and luncheon,
"Women's Art Women's
Vision," in celebration of
Women's History month on
Friday, March 28 from 10 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. in the community
gallery located in Building
K on the Okaloosa-Walton
College, Niceville Campus.
The seminar is $12 and in-
cludes lunch. Seating is lim-
ited. For more information or
to register, call 729-5290 or 729-
5291. "

REUNIONS
SACRED HEART NURSING
ALUMNAE SOUGHT: The
Sacred Heart Hospital School
of Nursing Reunion Committee
is looking for all alumnae to
participate in the school's re-
union, celebrating the training
of over 780 nurses in its 51-year
history.
The Grand Nursing Reunion
will be held April 24-25,
2009 at the Dudley Greenhut
Auditorium on Sacred Heart
Hospital's main campus, 5151
N. Ninth Ave., in Pensacola.


If you are a graduate or know
a friend or family member who
attended the school from 1916
to 1967, please call or e-mail
Virginia Willard at (850) 982-
0476 or ginavw402@cox.net, or
Diane Padgett at (850) 939-3381
and/or dpadgett2000@yahoo.
com.
More details: (850) 969-
1372.

SCHOLARSHIPS
FINE & PERFORMING
ARTS: Applications for'schol-
arships in the Humanities, Fine
and Performing Aits Division
at Okaloosa-Walton College are
now being accepted' for Dance,
Drama, Instrument,, Technical
Theater, Voiced and Visual' Arts.
Drama, '. Instrument,
Technical Theater, and ,Voice
scholarship:' Applicants may
Schoo6,e the date thai u ork_ bet.r
tor them Applicahton. ar.- due
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Application-s are due Mj\ ; tor
Ma'. 16 auddiion
Visual Arts scholarships:
Portfolios and applications are
due April 28 and 29. Portfolios
will be evaluated on April 30.
Dance scholarships:
Applications are due April 30.
Auditions May 3 and 5.
Scholarships are award-
ed each semester in varying
amounts to be used for tuition
at OWC by those students
with outstanding abilities in
the arts. The general require-
ments to be eligible' for fine
and performing arts scholar-
ships are maintaining 'satis-
factory academic standing
in general courses and a 3.5
GPA in the scholarship area
of study; participation in en-
sembles or classes assigned
by the division director; work-
ing at least two Broacdi a
shows per year, attending all
scheduled cla-sses, and com-
pleting a Free Application t-,r
Federal Student Aid iFAFSAi
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re-apply each spring semester
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for download at ww.ov..c
edu/arts / scholarships.cfm.
For more information, contact
Mrs. Baker at the fine arts of-
fice at 850-729-5382.
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arship has been established
by the Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated to assist
an Okaloosa County female
high school senior to pursue
her college education. The
deadline to apply is April 15.
Details at www.rwof.org,
850-651-5743 or mstra68337@
aol.com.


Health Fair scheduled


for Saturday at CHS


Special to the News Bulletin

Bring the family to
Crestview High School on
Saturday for a day of fam-
ily-friendly fun and health
education..
The Fifth Asthma and
Allergy Health Fair is
aimed at providing fami-
lies in Okaloosa County
and surrounding areas
with the latest informa-
tion on asthma, allergies
and other related pediatric
health issues. It is the only
pediatric health faiir in the
county.
In addition to informa-
tional booths, health screen-
ings and giveaways, a chil-
dren's activity area will be
provided so parents can
attend speakers' forums.
Local physicians and other
specialists will discuss a
variety of topics as they re-
late to asthma and allergies
in children. Topics include
seizures in children, child-
hood obesity and obstruc-
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The children's areas
will include a petting zoo,
inflatable bouncers, art
and science projects and
performances by Daron
Norwood throughout the
day. Norwood presents
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program in area schools.
Other attractions include.
a car show in the school's
parking lot.
Opening ceremonies
will commence at 9 a.m.
with a welcome by Mayor
David Cadle and a flag cer-
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High School ROTC.
Wayne Harris, Executive
Director of the Crestview
Area Chamber of
Commerce will emcee the
event. Former. University
of Alabama football player
Chris Robbinette will at-
tend the event and will be
available for autographs.
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Here's a sampling of what people had to
say about recent north Okaloosa County news
topics. Comments were collected from Florida
Freedom Newspapers and Web sites.

Topic: Laurel Hill city council votes to
consolidate three loans, hoping to take
advantage of low interest rates
Obviously the City Manager has little or
no experience in finance. The Mayor bul-
lies the council and they have lust become
head nodders Desperation seems to be the
operation mode as they scramble to cover
the foolishness of borrowing money to cre-
ate positions that are hardly needed. The
clowns will learn they can't borrow their
way out ot trouble, and passing on debt to
later generations reeks of poor manage-
merit.

I Was at the meeting and failed to get
across to some of the council the city hall
remodeling loan was financed for ten years
and there are five years left on that loan.
The $110,000 was borrowed to pay the city
manager for a year, it was financed for 10
years. The $60,000 was borrowed for the
building inspector for a year, someone that
was not even certified to inspect building,
the city sent him to school, the $60,000 fi-
nanced for two years with only paying the
interest. The entire $60,000 is due shortly.
Why not leave the two loans already fi-
nanced for 10 years alone and finance the
$60,000 when due and then in five years
the city would have the entire principal
and interest on the city hall remodel loan
to pay on the last two loans. By the way
where is this year's $110,000 and $60,000
coming from to pay these two?

Topic: Coach-N-Four owner arrested
on sexual battery charges -
That's horrible, and the worse thing is
thus happens all the time and some girls
will keep it to themselves. When I turned
18 1 started a job and the same day, the
store assistant manager cornered me into
a wall and used ice to suckle my breast.
I didn't know what to do and just left it
alone. It never happened again butI never
reported to anyone because I was scared to
lose my lob. The young lady who reported
her situation is very brave and I hope other
young girls don't stand for it either. Please
report your attackers or they may go after
someone else.

There doesn't need to be a big waste of
tax money. Shouldn't the missing video
tape alone be an admission of guilt? Why
in the world would the local DA set the bail
($10,000) at such a low value? I'm full of
questions about this. Aren't you?


Want to add to the Hubbub? Send
your thoughts on any north Okaloosa
County news topics to kylew @crest-
viewbulletin.com, or post a comment
at crestviewbulletin.com.




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Brian Hughes

"Dumb gorgeous people should not be
allowed to use literature when competing
in the pick-up pool. It's deceiving."

Zach Braff
(1975 -)
American actor. director. screen riter and producer,
quoted ir The Brek,rin Heart1 Club


Floridians who voted
in the Presidential
Preference Primary in
January overwhelmingly
decided they wanted their
property taxes cut.
Government entities
facing reduced funding
now could use some
overwhelming input on
what services citizens
would be willing to see
reduced.
Easier said than done.
As an-example, a de-
partment-by-department
look at the services of-
fered by the Okaloosa
County government ,
shows few places for easy
cuts.
Airport The coun-
ty could always use funds
to improve its airports.
Citizen Councils -
Cuts here would reduce
citizen participation in
county government.
Corrections, Court
Services, Public Safety
- The population is
growing, but we want to


reduce funding for public
safety? Don't think so.
Extension Service -
Cuts have been proposed
in this department. Visit
http://www.farman-
dranchnews.com/break-
ingnewsframe.html and
decide for yourself if
you consider this a good
thing.
Facility Maintenance
- A necessity.
Fleet Operations -
Another necessity.
Health Departnient
- Who really wants
to cut funding for
health?
Information Systems
- As someone who
curses the computers in
my life on a regular basis,
I would not wish a cut in
technical support upon
anyone else.
Law Library You
could make a case that it's
not essential, but it sure
is useful. The depart-
ment already is open for
limited hours because of


funding issues.
Mosquito Control -
I'll gladly pay taxes for
bug control.
Purchasing The
city I grew up in tried
doing away with its
Purchasing.Department,
in the 1990s. It now has a
Purchasing Department
again. Enough said.
Tourist Development
- Some folks in this half
of the county would ar-
gue in favor of some cuts
here. Some folks on the
south half of the county
would disagree.
Veterans Services -
Cutting funding in this
department in this area
would be like cutting
funding for Santa Claus.
Water and Sewer -
I'll gladly pay taxes for
quality in this area.
Administrative
Services, County,
Administrator, Growth
Management, Human
Resources, Public Works,
Risk Management The


better these departments
are able to function, the
better the county govern-
ment as a whole can func-
tion.
There undoubtedly
are many ways to tighten
belts and use funds more
efficiently across all of
the departments. Massive
money-saving cuts, how-
ever, appear easier said
than done.
Your government of-
ficials heard the-message
on the desire for lower
taxes loud and clear. They
undoubtedly would like
loud and clear input on
what services you're now
willing to do without.


Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor. Contact him
at (850) 682-6524, or e-
mail kylew@crestviewbul-
letin. Post your thoughts on
how local governments can
save money at the "Passing
Shots" blog at crestviewlul-
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LOCAL,


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


L IIARYRES


New retiree group
compensation
The National Defense
Authorization Act, signed into
law on Jan. 28, now includes
Chapter 61 Retirees, a new
component for Combat-Related
Special Compensation (CRSC).
This legislation expands eligibil-
ity to medical retirees with less
than 20 years of service, effective
Jan. 1.
Medically retired veterans
must have a 30 percent or greater
VA rated disability and must pro-
vide documentation that shows
a causal link between a current
VA disability and a combat re-
lated event. For more informa-
tion, contact Okaloosa County
Veterans Services at 601-A N.
Pearl St, Crestview, or at 689-
5922.

Spencer A. Sass
Army Pvt. Spencer A. Sass
has graduated from basic com-
bat training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradi-
tion and core values, physical
fitness, and received instruction
and practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons, chemi-
cal warfare and bayonet training,
drill and ceremony, marching,
rifle marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches, and field train-
ing exercises.


Sass is the son of Jerzy and
Barbaralee Sass of Crestview.

Christopher C. Smoyer
Christopher C. Smoyer has
joined the United States Army
Reserve under the Delayed
Training Program.
The program gives young
men and women the opportu-
nity to delay reporting for basic
military training for up to 270
days. An enlistment in the re-
serve gives many new soldiers
the option to learn a new skill,
serve their country, and become
eligible to receive more than
$7,000 toward a college educa-
tion, $20,000 for repayment of
college loans, and a maximum
$5,000 cash bonus.
After completion of basic mil-
itary training, most soldiers re-
ceive advanced individual train-
ing in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to their
first permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$20,000 enlistment bonus.
Smoyer will report to Fort'
Benning, Columbus, Ga., for
basic training in August. He is
the son of Tammy Smoyer of
Crestview and Shayne Smoyer of
Sandusky, Ohio.

James M. Sanders
Marine Corps Pfc. James M.
Sanders, son of Sheri L. Sanders
of Mary Esther and James E.
Sanders of Crestview, recently
completed basic training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
Parris Island, S.C. and was pro-
moted to his current rank.


Sanders successfully complet-
ed 12 weeks of training designed
to challenge new Marine recruits
both physically and mentally.
Sanders and fellow recruits
began their training at 5 a. m., by
running three miles and perform-
ing calisthenics. In addition to the
physical conditioning program,
Sanders spent numerous hours in
classroom and field assignments
which included learning first
aid, uniform regulations, combat
water survival, marksmanship,
hand-to-hand combat and as-
sorted weapons training. They
performed close. order drill and
operated as a small infantry unit
during field training.
Sanders and other recruits also
received instruction on the Marind
Corps' core values honor, cour-
age and commitment, and what
the words mean in guiding per-
sonal and professional conduct.
Sanders and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with The
Crucible, a 54-hour team effort,
problem solving evolution which
culminated with an emotional
ceremony in which the recruits
were presented the Marine Corps
Emblem and were addressed as
"Marines" for the first time since
boot camp began.
Sanders is a 2004 graduate of
Fort Walton Beach High School in
Florida.

Johnathan J. Peacock
Johnathan J. Peacock, son
of Emily Peacock of Crestview
and Albert -C. Peacock Jr., also
of Crestview, recently enlisted
in the U.S., Navy under the


Delayed Entry Program at Navy
Recruiting District, New Orleans,
La.
The program allows recruits
to enter the Navy and take up to
one year to complete prior com-
mitments such as high school.
Using recruiters as mentors, this
program helps recruits ease into
the transition from civilian to
military life.
Peacock will report for active
duty to undergo basic training
at the Navy's Recruit Training
Center, Great Lakes, Ill. He is
completing his senior year at
Crestview High School.

Nicholas St. Vincent
Nicholas St. Vincent has
joined the United States Army un-
der the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young men
and women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty for up
to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as.
$50,000 toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of basic
military training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
The' recruit qualifies for a
$16,000 enlistment bonus.
St. Vincent reported to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C., for basic
training in February.
He is the son of Vicki St.
'Vincent of Crestview and David
St. Vincent of Ocala.


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A new organization dedicated to helping veterans and
active military personnel met to plan an "Appreciation
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Abevy of high-profile volunteers, including Crestview
Mayor David Cadle, met at the Crestview library to dis-
cuss plans for the event at the Old Spanish Trail Park.
There will be entertainment, food and vendors.
Helen McKenna, president of The Friends of the
Military, said the young men and women returning
from Iraq "are not getting the help they need. And we
need to help our veterans."
She said the emphasis of the new organization will be
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The other officers of the organization are: Fund.
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Public Relations, Bob Allen; Secretary, Rae Schwartz;
Treasurer, Bob Lynn.
The next meeting of The Friends of the Military will
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Local Newspaper

History by Ann Spann


The Okaloosa News-Journal reported the
following in its March 13, 1942 edition:


A seri-
ous labor
shortage in
the fishing
industry in
this county
and the
state was
viewed
with alarm
this week
by Mr.
Claude
Meigs and
Mr. Walter
Spence,
two of the
biggest
fish deal-
ers in this
area. Both
appeared
before the
local draft


WE WILL ACCEPT
Home Produce or What-Have-You
IN PAYMENT FOR SUBSCRIPTION
SFor two weeks the News-Journal will accept home
produce on new or old subscriptions.
S AND WILL PAY
CORN .................. 50 PER S EL
SWfET POTATOES P..O pER BUSHEL
VELVET BEANS ....... PER BlSFII
SYRUP .... ................... AL ON
S lENS ........ ............. 1c PER POUND
FRYERS ....... PER POC.D'.
EGOS ..... ..... .................... 15c i'ER DOZEN
HAMS .... ... ......... .. PER POUND
SIDE MEAT ......... ..... 10, PER POUND

This liberal allowance will permit our
subscribers to bring their subscrip-
tions to the Nes-Journal up-to-date.
Also it will help us meet our obliga-
'tions.
* Deliver produce to News-Journal office and
get receipt same as if you paid in cash.


board and requested that commercial fishermen be
given the same class in selective service as farmers
on the grounds that commercial fishermen produce
food.
"One commercial fisherman will produce an av-
erage of 25,000 pounds of food per year". Unless
fisherman are given deferment the industry in this
county will have to close down, they declared.


The ad above in the Okaloosa News Journal, March '10,
1933.


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More gems about odd
incidents gleaned from
area law enforcement ar-
rest reports.

THERE'S A REASON
IT'S CALLED DOPE
While Okaloosa
Sheriff's Office deputies
served a search warrant at
a Crestview home, the 17-
year-old suspect "made
an excited utterance...that


everything was his."
"Everything" included
a shopping bag full of pot,
packaged for sale, and
"corner bags" of cocaine
"packaged for resale."
"Under a table were nu-
merous devices used for
the smoking of cannabis."
In the closet were sev-
eral guns, which had been
reported stolen from a
Crestview home. Advised
of his rights, the dude ad-
mitted committing two
armed burglaries.
He was booked with


An 18-year-old
Crestview lad, with a
16-year-old buddy from
Valparaiso, went for a
spin late one recent eve-
ning only to be arrested
for willful and wanton
reckless driving.
"I observed a small sil-
ver car... enter Old Spanish


possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute; pos-
session of cannabis with
intent to distribute; pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia; and grand theft fire-
arms.
Scientists say young
peoples' brains are still
developing. Seems this
guy's just stopped. Must
be all the dope.

SPEAKING OF SLOW
BRAIN DEVELOPMENT


Trail Park," reported the
arresting officer. "The ve-
hicle then accelerated rap-
idly and began a power
slide across the grass of
the park. These actions
did destroy approximate-
ly 100-feet of grass."
The officer asked the
driver "why he did not do'
that in his parents yard."
The kid replied, "It is
not big enough and 'they
would be mad."

LOOKING' OUT
FOR HIS MAMA
When a southbound mo-
torist on State Road 85 got
slammed while crossing
against northbound traffic
into the Big Lots shopping
center, her gallant 20-year-
old son, riding with her,
tried to take the rap.


For good reason. When
the investigating officer ran
a license check, the mes-
sage "seize tag if owner is
driver" came back.
Turns out Mama, a 41-
year-old DeFuniak Springs
woman, had no insurance
and her license was sus-
pended. Confronted by
two Witnesses who saw her
operating the car, Mama
'fessed up.
"She said the reason she
said she wasn't driving is
because she is on work-
man's compensation and
was not supposed to be
driving," the report stated.
As for the faithful son,
"he said it was his mother
and he felt he had to say he
was the driver."
The loyal songot off
with a reprimand for pro-
viding false information


L OKLOA COUTYCRMEEPRT


Crestview Police
Dept. crime reports
LAMAR MCTEAR, 47, of
1846 Dreaden Circle, Milligan,
was charged with possession
of cocaine within 1,000 feet of
a place of worship. WILLIE
JAMES PEOPLES, 33, of 883 W.
Griffith Ave., Crestview, was
charged with possession of co-
caine within 1,000 feet of a place
of worship.
2/6: THERESA LYNN
WALLIS, 31, of 981 E. Chestnut
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with attempting to obtain a pre-
scription medication by fraud.
2/8: LEONARD ROY SIMON,
52, of 139 Stephens Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoked, first offense.
2/16: JAMES VILLAREAL, 31,
of Medley Drive, Crestview, was
charged wtih fleeing and eluding
with lights and siren.
2/18: OCTAVIUS M. KNIGHT,
25, of 315 Grimes Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
of cannabis and battery. *
ANTHONY GOODRIDGE, 50, of
208 County Road 241, Heneger,
Ala., was charged with posses-
sion of a short-barreled shotgun,
a concealed weapon without a
permit, a controlled Schedule II
substance and less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
2/20: DANIEL LUCAS
HORNE, 19, of 203 Barr Place,
Crestview, was charged with


driving while license suspended
or revoked, first offense.
2/21: SANDRA RENEE
MARION, 39, of 1412 Grandview
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with possession and/or use of
narcotic equipment and posses-
sion of a controlled substance
without a prescription, includes
marijuana.
2/2Z: MELVIN L. WILLIAMS,
27, of New Ebenezer Road, Laurel
Hill, was charged with possession
of cocaine with intent to distrib-
ute and possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana. GAIL
FRANCIES ODOM, 40, of 3131
Auburn Road, Crestview, was
'charged with battery/domestic
violence.
2/23: XUAN CO NGO TRAN,
18, of 123 Steeple Chase Drive,
Crestview, was charged with reck-
less driving.
2/26: KEVIN EUGENE JUDY,
21, of 5858 Huckleberry Lane,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. SHANE L. GARY,
306 Seattle Slew Court, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, first offense
and driving a vehicle in an unsafe
condition. JUSTIN J. COX, 19,
of 418 East Cobb Ave., Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear on a
charge of possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana.
2/27: TERSA MICHELLE
SMITH, 23, an inmate at the
Okaloosa County Jail, was charged
with grand theft. ORELIOUS
CLARK WAY, 18, of 340 Marshall
Drive, Holt, was issued a notice


to appear on a charge of posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana.
2/28: LANCE REGAN
THOMPSON, 19, of 613 Southern
Court, Crestview, was charged
with cultivation of cannabis, and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia and less than 20 grams of
marijuana., JEFFERY ADAMS
LONGBRAKE, 26, of 130 Fairway
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with trespassing after warning. *
JERRELLANTIONE GAINER, 24,
an inmate at the Okaloosa County
Jail, was charged with burglary,
grand theft and petit theft. *
STEFEN KESSLER, 20, of 1412
Grandview Heights, Crestview,
was charged with distributing/
delivering marijuana within 200
feet of public housing and posses-
sion of narcotic equipment.
2/29: JESSICA NICOLE
DUFFIELD, 23, of 4548 Wolftrack
Ridge Road, Crestview, was
charged with grand theft., *
DONNA RAYE SCOTT, 41, of
194 S. 19th St., DeFuniak Springs,
was charged with misrepresen-
tation of insurance and driving
while license suspended for fi-
nancial responsibility. STEVEN
ANTHONY SMITH, 20, of 120
Jacob Drive, Crestview, was
charged with possession of mari-
juana with the intent to distribute,
cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
* JOSEPH IGNATIUS STEVENS,
24, of 120 Jacob Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
both marijuana with intent to
distribute and drug parapherna-
lia. KEVIN MICHAEL SMITH,


:22, of 120..Jacob Drive, Crestview,
was .charged with possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana.
* NICOLAS CHRISTOPHER
SMITH, 19, of 613 Southern
Court, Crestview, was charged
with trafficking in Hydrocodone,
possession of a controlled sub-
stance (Oxycodone), possession
of cocaine, and possession of
marijuana with intent to distrib-
ute within 1,000 feet of a place
of worship. RONALD RAY
MIDDLEBROOKS, 42, of 2161
Hagood Loop, DeFuniak Springs,
Fla., was charged with driving
while licenses, suspended or re-
voked, second offense.
3/1: BRITTANY ANN
MOORE, 18, of 104C Brentwood
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. JON A.
PRICE, 20, of 6477 Highway 189,
Baker, was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20
grams and possession of narcotic
equipment. CECILEY AUSTIN,
26, of 109 Grimes Ave., Crestview,
was charged with disorderly in-
toxication.
3/2: BARRON DOUGLAS
FULLER, 49, of 1303 Washington
St., Baker, was charged with driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked, first offense.
3/3: WAYNE F. ALDERMAN,
48, of 4661 Todd Road, Crestview,
was charged with unarmed bur-
glary to a structure without per-
sons inside, criminal mischief
damage to property totaling more
than $1,000 and larcenous theft
of more than $200 and less than


$1,000.
3/4: JERRELL ANTIONE
GAINER, 24, of 5537 Brackin St.,
Crestview, was charged with bur-
glary and grand theft. DAVID
W. JONES, 41, of 297 W. Field
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with failure to change address on
driver's license and attaching tag
not assigned.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
crime reports.
2/18: JADIAN FAYE-MARIE
HATFIELD, 19, of 1401 Olive
Road, Apt. 2, Pensacola, was
charged with robbery, grand theft
and battery.
2/21: ANTERIOUS SANCHEZ
MCCLAIN, 104 Oglesby Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with rob-
bery without a firearm or weapon,
felony battery, and petit theft of
less than $300.
2/22: A 17-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with pos-
session of both cocaine and more
than 20 grams of cannabis with
intent to distribute.
2/24: KEVIN EARL
MCCRANIE, 23, of 4580
Wilkerson Bluff Road, Holt, was
charged with dealing in stolen
property.
2/25: A 15-year-old Crestview
resident was issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of disruption of
school. A 17-year-old Crestview
resident was issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of disruption of
a school function. A 16-year-old
Laurel Hill resident was charge


with grand theft and battery/do-
mestic violence.
2/27: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with false
report of a crime.
2/29: A 16-year-old Laurel Hill
resident was charged with battery.
* JULIA BELL GRANDSTAFF,
53, of 6329 N. Highway. 189,
Baker, was charged with worth-
less checks. LORETTA L.
KNIGHT, 25, of 844 Mapoles
Street, Crestview, was charged
with violation of probation on
an original charge of petit theft.
* PALMER GUEST GILBERT, 25,
of 1120 Tallokas Road, Crestview,
was charged with battery.
3/1: ROBERTWARD MILLER,
39, of 5408 Hilton Road, Baker,
was charged with battery/do-
mestic violence. TELENA
EVETTE COWARD, 35, of 112
Strike Eagle Drive, Crestview,
was charged with violation of
probation/community control. *
A 17-year-old Crestview resident
was charged with burglary to a
conveyance and grand theft.
3/2: DENA LYNN LAIRD,
25, of 1649 E. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, was charged with vio-
lation of probation on an original
charge of simple battery.
3/3: CHARLES K. HERRIN,
44, of 6028 Old Bethel Road,
Crestview, was charged with
sexual battery on a child over
12 years of age. AMY LYNN
BLANK, 25, of 5300 S. Ferdon
Blvd., Lot- 12,. Crestview, was
charged with violation of proba-
tion on an original charge of pos-
sessionri of paraphernalia.


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to a police officer.

RUNAWAY CASH
Some crime victims
work very hard to earn
their victimhood.
When two women of
his acquaintance arrived
at his motel room asking
to borrow money, this al-
leged victim directed one
of them to retrieve his wal-
let containing $1,000 from
under the mattress.
She did and prompt-
ly tossed it to her friend.
Both fled in separate ve-
hicles. When arrested for
grand theft, one of the
women, a 23-year-old
Crestview resident, insist-
ed "there was only $485 in
the wallet," $200 of which
she gave the other woman
"as her share."


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Crestview News Bulletin I All


A burning question

Firefighter pops the question with support of buddies


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -, For
-Katie Schlitter, a regis-
tered nurse at the North
Okaloosa Medical Center,
dinner with a friend at La
Rumba restaurant on Feb.
25 was meant to be just a
girls' night out.
Then three compa-
nies of Crestview Fire
Department firefighters
pulled into the parking
lot with lights flashing.
Firemen in full gear
from Ladder No. 5, Engine
No. 3 and Rescue No. 3,
commanded by Battalion
Chief John Riedel, assem-
bled their equipment.
Schlitter became con-
cerned because her fire-
fighter boyfriend, Lt.
Joey Lambert, was on
duty that evening. She
promptly sent him a text
message to see if he knew
what was going on.
He did. In fact, Lambert
led the procession into
the restaurant and right
to her table.
There, to the delight of
other ,patrons and with
his comrades behind
him for moral support,
Lambert dropped to one
knee, produced a ring
'from his pocket and 'said
those four special words
that make a woman's
,;heart do flip-flops.
"I had this big speech
prepared," Lambert said,
"but I was so nervous,
all I did was I told her I
loved her and I got down
on my knee and pro-
posed."


Special to'the News Bulletin
Lt. Joey Lambert of the Crestview Fire Department
proposes to Katie Schlitter, RN, at La Rumba on Feb. 25.


The restaurant burst
into applause.
"Everybody was really
touched," Lambert said
modestly.
Because he was on
duty, Lt. Lambert couldn't
stick around for a celebra-
tory dinner.
"We went out the next
night," he said.
"But this is the good
part," he laughed. "When
we walked out, I heard a
woman tell her husband,


'Why didn't you do some-
thing like that for me?"'
Schlitter (who said
"yes," incidentally),
the daughter of Dennis
and Susan Schlitter, and
Lambert, son of Janie
and Ray Lambert, all of
Crestview, have set a Feb.
21, 2009, wedding date.

See exclusive video ofLt. Joey
Lambert's proposal to Katie
Schlitter on our Web site,
www.crestviewbulletin.conm.


Crockett, Embury to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Poole of Crestview and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Crockett of
Myakka City, Fla. announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Jade
Crockett, to Daniel Ryan Embury, son of Ms. Beverly Embury of Crestview and
Mr. Greg Embury of Hayden, Ala.
The bride-elect graduated from Crestview High School and earned a degree
in dental hygiene from Pensacola Junior College. She is an employee of Emerald
Coast Dermatology.
The groom-elect is also a graduate of Crestview High School. He received
his associate's degree from Okaloosa-Walton, College and works at Crestview
Aerospace.
The wedding is planned for August 2009.






Still looking for top recipes


Contest sponsored by Lewis & Co. and the News Bulletin


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

We want to share
some of our area's.favor-
ite family recipes in the
Lewis & Co. Jewelers/
Crestview News
Bulletin Recipe Contest.'
Send us your fam-
ily'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 be-
"hind the recipe. Finalists
will be invited to pre-
pare the dish and bring
it to, the News Bulletin
at noon on March 26.
A distinguished pan-
el. of local gastronomes
will. taste-test the cho-
sen dishes and render
their fair and impartial
judgment.


TO ENTER
E-mail your best recipe
and the story behind it to
kylew@crestviewbulletin.
corn, or bring the infor-
mation to our office.


The winning recipe
will receive a gift cer-
tificate 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 reci-
pe.


Who originated it?
Has it been passed*
through the genera-
tions? What are your
memories associated
with it? Is it only served
at special times of year?
Submit your recipe,,
its story, and your phone
number to kylew@crest-
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bring the information
to the News Bulletin of-
fice.
A collection of local
recipes, will be listed
in the Eating In, Dining
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serted in the March
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


CPD promotes Harp


Patrolman promoted from within the ranks


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle has on several oc-
casions said two of his
most favorite duties are
officiating at promo-
tions and recognizing the
achievements of city em-
ployees.
Cadle was in familiar-
ly pleasant surroundings
Friday. morning when,
joined by a contingent
of Crestview police of-
ficers, he presided over
the promotion of Officer
Raymond Harp to ser-
geant.
"I love these occa-
sions when our leader-
ship team in the Police
Department recognizes
the leadership ability


among our officers," the
mayor said.
"When an opening
becomes available, -they
look for those people
who best fit our philoso-
phy of law enforcement
and continue the high
standards we have set
for the Crestview Police
Department."
In introducing the
honoree, Cadle said,
"Officer Harp has main-
tained 'his integrity and
shown great leadership
over the past three years
he's been with us."
When Sgt. Andrew
Schneider was injured
last fall, Harp assumed
his duties.
"Ray has done at out-
standing job in picking
up his squad as officer in
charge," said Police Chief


Brian Mitchell.
Mitchell said mak-
ing the decision to pro-
mote Harp "was an easy
choice for us. We appre-
ciate him demonstrating
those leadership skills
and stepping up when
we really, really needed
it."
With that, Mitchell
removed Harp's patrol-
man's badge. With his
son Zachary proudly
observing, Harp's wife
Deborah pinned her hus-
band's new sergeant's
badge on his chest and
planted a big smooch on,
his lips as his fellow of-
ficers applauded.
"I'm proud the chief
chose me and I hope I do
him justice for the honor
that's been awarded me,"
said Lt. Harp afterwards.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Ray Harp smiles proudly as his sergeant's badge is pinned during a promotion
ceremony on Friday.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin photos
A group of riders starts the horseback division of the American Cancer Society
Run/Walk/Ride held Saturday in Holt. The event featured divisions for walkers, runners,
horseback riders and motorcyclists.


Holt race benefits the


American Cancer Society


Event combined runners, walkers and riders


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

HOLT A father-son
combo helped lead a race to
help the American Cancer
Society on Saturday.
Doug Stanton of
Crestview finished 'first
in the 5K at the American
Cancer Society Run/Walk/
Ride held Saturday in Holt.
Stanton's 13-year-old
son, Brian, finished right
behind him.
"This is a first time for
me," Stanton said. "I'm
usually not first. In this area
of Florida there are a lot of
fast runners in my age cat-
S:egory."
'The Stantons and 81
other entrants braved chilly


conditions on a windy
Saturday morning.
The event featured divi-
sions for runners, walkers,
horseback riders and mo-
torcyclists.
A total of $1,410 was
raised for the American
Cancer Society. Sponsors
covered the costs of prizes
and participant awards.
"It's a complete family
event," said Trina Trimm,
one of the volunteers who
helped run the event. "We
had grandparents, we had
children, we had people on
horses and we had people
on motorcycles.
"It's a cold morning,
but we're thrilled with
the number of people that
came out."'


Brian Stanton was one of
few entrants brave enough
to race in shorts and a t-
shirt.
"It's pretty cold," he ad-
mitted after crossing the
finish line.
Doug Stanton led the
last half of the 5K to take
the win in a race held for a
good cause.
"I'm glad it's going to the
American Cancer Society,"
he said. "It's a very good
cause, and it was a reason
for selecting this race."
Christopher Thorn won
the 10K run. Loney Whitley
won the 5K walk.

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GOVERNMENT
The NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION FOR.
ACTIVE & RETIRED
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
ASSOCIATION CHAPTER
1428 gets together once a
month for 11 a.m. lunch and
a 12 p.m. meeting in Fort
.Walton Beach. For more in-
formation, call 678-5678.
MAIN STREET
CRESTVIEW
ASSOCIATION holds regu-
lar meetings open to the pub-
lic. For information, call 689-
3722.
The DEMOCRATIC
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Voter registration assistance
is available. For details please
call 682-6909.
The BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Baker Area Public Safety
Building, located at 1375 19th
St. in Baker. The public is
encouraged to attend. If you
have any questions, please
call 537-2487.
HOLT DISTRICT
BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS holds
their regular scheduled meet-
ings every third Thursday
of the month at 490 W. U.S.
Highway 90, Holt, in the
community building at 6:30
p.m. The public is encour-
aged to attend.
HOLT FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular training meeting the
second and fourth Thursdays
from 7 p.m. at the fire sta-
tion located at 490 W. U.S.
Highway 90 in Holt. Persons
interested in joining the de-
partment are welcome to at-
tend.


The DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at 4418 Poverty
Creek Road, Crestview sta-
tion #41 at 7 p.m. The public
is invited to attend..
The LAUREL HILL
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
on the second Friday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in
the Laurel Hill City Hall. The
public is always welcome to
attend.
The NORTH
OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each
month at the fire station 83,
located at 5241 U.S. Highway
4 in Milligan. Each meeting
begins at 7 p.m.
The OKALOOSA
WALTON
TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally
meets on the third Thursday
of the month at the Niceville
Community Center, 204
North Partin Drive at 3 p.m.
To confirm the meeting date
and location, call 1-800-226-
8914 ext. 231.
The LAUREL HILL
CITY COUNCIL meets
on the second and fourth
Thursday of each month at
City Hall on State Road 85 N
in Laurel Hill. Each session
starts at 7 p.m.
The ALMARANTE
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DISTRICT holds their
monthly business and com-
missioners meeting on the
second Thursday night of
each month at the fire sta-
tion.
The NORTH
OKALOOSA REPUBLICAN
CLUB holds its monthly


meetings on the third Tuesday
of each month at Hideaway
Pizza in Crestview at 6:30
p.m.
For. more information,
contact Barney L. Bailey Jr. at
689-3773 or 865-0475.
The CRESTVIEW CITY
COUNCIL meets every sec-
ond and fourth Monday of
each month at Crestview
'City Hall on Wilson Street in
downtown Crestview. Each
session starts at 6 p.m.
The BLACKMAN
FIRE DISTRICT holds their
monthly board meeting on
the first Monday night of
each month at the fire station.
The meetings begin at 7 p.m.
The OKALOOSA
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS meets
on the first and third Tuesday
of each month. Each meet-
ing alternates in location
between the county court-
house in Crestview, and the
water and sewer building in
Fort Walton Beach. Morning
meetings begin at 8:30 a.m.;
nighttime meetings begin at
6 p.m. Be sure to go online
at http://www.co.okaloosa.
fl.us and check for the most
recent calendar of events.
The FEDERAL
CIVILIAN RETIREE
SERVICE CENTER is locat-
ed in Room 165A, Building
210 on Eglin Air Force Base.
Its hours of operation are
Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday of each week from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are
welcome, or call 882-2720 for
an appointment or additional
information.
The DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please call
Mary Grace Evors at 864-
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


B
SECTION

BUSINESS.............. B639
CLASSIFIEDS...........B10-112


BLEACHERS


Schedule

Baseball

Walton at Crestview,
Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (JV)
and 6 p.m. (V)

Crestview at Chipley,
Friday at 3:30 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)
Vernon at Baker, Friday
at 6:30 p.m. (V)

Lookout Valley
Tournament at Baker,
Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

East Hill at Laurel Hill,
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Paxton at Laurel Hill,
Friday at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Softball

Pace at Crestview,
Thursday at 4 p.m .(JV)
and 6 p.m. (V)

Crestview at Tallahassee
Tournament, Friday and
Saturday (TBA)

Ponce de Leon at Baker,
Thursday at 4 p.m .(JV)
and 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Tallahassee
Lincoln Invitational, Friday
at Saturday (TBA)

East Hill at Laurel Hi, .
Thursday at 4 p.m. (V)

Tennis

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

Track and Field

Niceville at Crestview,
Thursday at 3:30 p.m. (V)

YMCA Activities
Sign-up for soccer at
the YMCA through April
1. .Fee for members is
$36 and for non-members
is $45. Ages .2-14 are
accepted.
Bible study is also offered
from now until March 29. The
door is open to everyone.
On March 15 the
YMCA is hosting its annual
"Leprechaun Motorcycle
Poker Ride."
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/
Fax (850) 689-8798 or by
e-mail at noymca@ecymca.
org.


Charity golf
tournament
On Apr 11 Foxwood
County Club will be hosting
Tee Off for the American
Heart Association. The
event will start at 11:30 a.m.
and tee off will follow at
noon. Registration is $55 for
non-members and $45 for
members. Registration fee
will include green fees, cart
and food.
Entry deadline is Apr.
4. For more information
please contact Cindy
Halsey/Donald Kearny/
Ruby Wellman at
(850) 651-7394 or
(850) 682-2012.


Martial Arts
tournament
Emeraldcoast.com is
partnering with Master
Palmer's Martial Art schools
to host the Battle at the Bay
on Apr. 26.
For more information
please contact (850) 650-
8233 or visit their Web site at
www.emeraldcoast.com/
battle.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin photos
Baker's Brittany Kilpatrick readies herself for a ground ball from coach John Carlisle during practice on Monday.
Kilpatrick currently leads the Lady Gators with a-.500 batting average.




Posting big numbers


Hitting, pitching leaders help Baker add to win total

Robert Young
-Crestview News Bulletin


The Baker softball team is making
a move to be a top contender for the
No. 1 seed in District 1-2A.
The Lady Gators have some tal-
ent on the field, at the plate and in the
circle.
Paige Cotton, Lauren Griffith and
Brittany Kilpatrick are all part of that
talent pool.
The pitching circle is a center of at-
tention, and Cotton and Griffith are
ladies above the crowd.
"I try my best to (stop) the mis-
takes I've made in previous games,"
Cotton said.
"I'm always keeping myself busy,
combining junk pitches twih accurate'
ones."
Those junk and accurate pitches
have totaled 27 strikeouts this year.
Griffith is right behind with 18 strike-
outs.
Cotton's ERA is 1.75, and Griffith's
is 3.75.
"I do the best I can and we kid
around with each other to relax be-
fore the game," Griffith said.
"It's something you really have to
do to not stress out during go time.
We still need to work on everything
but I think this weekend's tourna-
ment (at Tallahassee) will show us
a lot we don't know. It'll place us
against harder schools to let us know
how well we're doing this year."
The Tallahassee Lincoln
Invitational will include many
schools that went to the state finals in
the last three years.
The Lady Gators will start off that
tourney against a 6A school and then
face a 4A squad.
Baker's hands will be full.
"It's going to show us how our ex-
perience bodes against the state's best


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At left, Lady Gator Lauren Griffith throws the ball to first for an out on
Monday. Griffith currently has 18 strikeouts and is No. 3 at the plate with a
.462 batting average. At right, Paige Cotton tosses the ball to home during a
practice at Baker on Monday. Cotton currently has 27 strikeouts this season.


of the best," coach John Carlisle said.
"It will be a good tournament."
The Lady Gators suffered their
first and only loss so far against
Vernon. Bat speed came to mind
when Kilpatrick spoke about that set-
back.
"We weren't prepared for their
(Vernon's) hitting," Kilpatrick said.
"They must have fouled off 12-13
times against our pitching, and we
came in too confident. But I think it'll
come down to us and Vernon in the
district finals."
The Yellow Jackets rocked the un-
suspecting Baker team 14-5 in the first
District 1-2A game for the Gators. #
Baker's players didn't want to talk
too much about the loss. Kilpatrick
still dominated at the plate against


Vernon and kept her .500 batting av-
erage intact.
She's currently 11-for-22 with 12
runs scored and 12 RBIs.
Kilpatrick has Baker's best batting
average so far this season.
She pointed out what happened
in the recent victory against-Jay on
Thursday, 8-5.
"We drove runs in and hit the ball
really well," Kilpatrick said.
"And I'm really confident that
we'll make it to the district finals this
year."
' Kilpatrick was 1-for-1 against Jay.
The Lady Gators will need as
much hitting and pitching power as
possible in the upcoming weeks.
:Baker faces Ponce de Leon on
Thursday at 6 p.m..(V)


Carlisle confident in Baker's future


Gator coach

hoping for long

postseason run

Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker softball coach John
Carlisle looked back on his team's
performance so far with confi-
dence.
The Lady Gators (7-1, 2-1)
have had an almost smooth ride
through eight games with seven
more regular-season games left
until districts.
"We feel like we put togeth-
er a good team so far," Carlisle
said.
"There's three parts to a team.
Defense, hitting and pitching. I
think we hit two out of three ev-


ery game."
Baker
looks to
continue
its win-

against
we',l d l b ning record

District
1-2A oppo-
nent Ponce
de Leon on
John Carlisle Thursday.
"We're
looking for redemption against
PDL," Carlisle said.
"And if we do beat them then'
we'll definitely be on the hunt to
be No. 1 seed in the district."
Ponce de Leon defeated the
Lady Gators twice last season.
One of the games went to extra
innings. The other game was de-
cided by one run.
Will Baker's "off game"
against Vernon (a 14-5 loss)
creep back up against this sec-


ond newcomer in the district?
"We came out a little flat
against Vernon and we took
them lightly that night," Carlisle
said.
"Vernon wanted to avenge the
regional game we beat them in
last year, 13-3."
Baker pitchers Paige Cotton
and Lauren Griffith pitched a
combined 195 pitches against
the Yellow Jackets that night.
It was the most pitches in a
single game this season for the
Lady Gators.
Baker's win against big dis-
trict rival Jay included a differ-
ent type of ending.
The Gators had a big sixth in-
ning in an 8-5 win.
"Anytime we can beat Jay it's
a good thing," Carlisle said.
"But Jay hasn't really started
their season yet and we're ex-
pecting a totally different team
the second time around."


BASEBALL


Freeport 5, Baker 3:

Freeport 010 002 2 -5 7 1
Baker 102 000 0 -3 3 2


W-Cole Weeks
L-William Locke.


(2-0).


SOFTBALL

Baker 8, Jay 5:

Jay 0031100-569
Baker 050 003 x 8 8 2

W- Lauren Griffith
L-Gandy

WEIGHTLIFTING

Baker 61, Jay 27

119: 1. Jacob Allen 270
129: 1. Cody Small 290
139: 2. Dakota Hooper 335; 3.
Zach Williams 335
154: 1. Marcus Jones 460; 2.
Tyler Moberly 415
169: 1. Cameron Domangue
535; 2. Jacob Lawson 410
183: 1. Billy Whatmough 500;,
Kellan Meeks 410
199: 1. Blue O'Bry 530
219: 1.i Mason Doggette 435;
3. Tyler Jones 370
239: 1. Dustin Harlan 550; 3.
Jett Feltner 440
HWT: Cameron Cook 490; 3
Ryan Puckett 430


DART LEAGUE

1ST DIVISION
Week Ending: Feb 28
HIT MEN21
ARMEGEDDON15
D-DOGS 13
JAGUAR'S8

1ST DIVISION

WEEKLY HIGH IN STATS
Week Ending: Feb. 28
Ray Knudson T20
Ellen Hasek 53

WEEKLY HIGH OUT STATS


Week Ending:
Ron Meyer
Ellen Haskek


Feb. 28
T13
32


SEASON HIGH IN STATS
Ray Knudson T20
Ellen Hashek 72

SEASON HIGH OUT STATS


Ron Meyer
Ellen Hashek


MEN'S MVP
POINTS & TONS


1ST DIVISION
NAME MVP
Steve Hinrichs .44
Ray Knudson 43
Ron Meyer 39
Wayne Matlock 36
Ken Bundrick 33
John Montford 31
Mark Benoit 26
Mike Miller 26
Bob Brich 24
Bob Dubois 22
Adam Kelley 22
Bobby Gainey 21
Doug Cooper 13
John Hashek 8
Brooks Taylor 2


WOMEN'S MVP
POINTS & TONS
1ST DIVISION
NAME MVP
Marie Bundrick 8
Ellen Hashek 3


TONS
8
8
13
5
7
6
3
1
6
3
2
2
3
0


TONS
2
2


2ND DIVISION
Week Ending: Feb. 28
STARS & STRIPES15
SCORPIONS 9
DARTY MINDS 9
L.A.T.C 9
WHO DARTED? 6
AL RIDERS 6
POINTOF PUNISHMENT
3.5


*A RE YO U INV LV D We are always looking for sports information and news : ,
IN VI I .V Efrom those involved in our community. FREEDOM
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor j"r'TT' "T
Robert Young at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at roberty@crestviewbulletin.com ,e,., :.. '6 T_-. ,:'T
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


What you've been missing on the field

Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin



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The Lady Gator-hurdlers made headway on March 4 during Baker's first home track meet
in more than 20 years.


Baker's Marcus Jones reaches for the baton from Billy Whatmough during Baker's track meet against Central and Jayon March 4.


The Crestview softball team lost to undefeated Niceville 11-1 on Thursday. The Dawgs will
meet the Eagles again with a chance for redemption on March 20. Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
The Riptide softball team sings the national anthem during Opening Day ceremonies for
the Baker Area Youth Association held Saturday.




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The Lady Dawgs track team pushed out some impressive times against Choctaw and Fort
Walton Beach in its first home meet this past Thursday.


Baker's first home track meet in,20 years attracted thore than 150 people.
The hurdles were a crowd favorite. In the center is Ivory Brenard.


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008 SPORTS


Baker runs away at meet


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PREDICTIONS


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
The Baker boys track and field crew dominated the competition with 104 total team points, taking first place against Jay
and Central by a wide margin on March 4.

iGators host track meet for first time in 20 years


S Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker track and field
'coach David Oglesby was
in awe on March 4.
The Baker track and
field team revved its en-
gines and hosted its first
track meet in more than
20 years, since Kathy and
Steve Combest coached
the track and field pro-
gram in 1988.
The result?
A crowd of more than
150 people.
"It went really, really
..good," Oglesby said.
:. "It boded very well for
Baker, and we had nothing
but positive feedback."
The boys' team placed
first overall with 104
points against tri-meet op-
ponents Jay and Central.
The Lady Gators placed
:.a strong second with a
team total of 47 points.
The Baker boys domi-
nated in multiple events,
taking first in all three re-
lays, three field events and
five individual running
events
"I think we need to
take this performance
and pump up the area,"
Oglesby said.
"Three years ago track
was nonexistent. Now
we're 103 (currently)
strong and we're looking
at a very good shot for
being district champions.
We're looking for Baker to
be adding track and field
to the sports the school is
known for. Not just foot-
ball, volleyball, softball
and basketball. We want
to add a fifth to that list."
Baker took a bunch of
athletes to the regional in
L.2007.
" The girls placed 17th
.'and the boys placed 14th.
b David Langston (now
graduated) was the only
Baker athlete to make it to
state last season.
The Baker track and
field team is one of the big-
gest in the entire county,'
easily shadowing neigh-
boring teams.
"We're a big team and
our name is getting out
there. All these kids have
talent," Oglesby said.
Look for the Gators
to continue their newly
found success on the track
on Thursday at Jay at 3
p.m.

Baker Track Schedule:
Mar. 13 Thursday Tri-Meet


Two Lady Gators pass off the baton during a track relay at
Baker on March 4


@ Jay 3.p'm. .
Mar. 18 Tuesday @
Freeport 3 p.m.
Mar. 25 Tuesday All County
@ Crestview TBA
Mar. 27 Freeport @ Baker
3 p.m.
Apr. 9 Wednesday Districts
@ Jay TBA

Baker Girls Track
results:

47 total points: 2nd place
4x800M: Baker (2) 11:18


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300M: Chestnut (3) 59.50;
Peoples (4) 1:05.98
3200M: Sipher (3) 16:50
100 hurdles: Chestnut (3)
21.04; Walker (4) 21.16
4x1 O0M: Baker (3) 1:01.26
800M: Wagner (2) 2:47
4x400M: Baker (2) 5:03
100M: Arzaga (4) 15.04
400M Dash: Flanders (2)
1:09.72; Gilmore (4) 1:11.10
200M Dash: Crawford (2)
31.13; Arzaga (3) 31.59
Discus: Rock (2) 70'10;
Cooper (4) 69'1
Shot put: Langley (2) 26'


7.5; Jones (3) 26' 5.5; Cooper
(4) 24' 9.5
High Jump: Wagner (2) 4'6;
Flanders (3) 4'4
Long Jump: Chestnut (3)
12' 6.5; Gilmore (4) 12' 1.25

Baker Boys Track
Results:

104 total points: 1st place
4X800M: Baker (1) 8:49
1600M Run: Scott De (3)
5:17
300M: Smith (1) 46.54;
Holley (2) 50.13; Langley (4)
50.50
3200M Run: Scott, De (1)
12:07
110 OM hurdles: Smith (2)
18.82; Holley (3) 19.07; Taylor
(4) 21.04
4X100M: Baker (1) 47.84
800M: R. Scott (2) 2:09; J.
Scott (3) 2:12; Lawhon (4) 2:13
4X400: Baker (1) 3:51
1OOM Dash: Jones (1)
12,31; McCranie (2).15.38;
Lopez (4) 15.69.
400M Dash: Langley (1)
57.50; Beck (2) 59.66; Lawson
(3) 1:00.36
200M Dash: Smith (1)
24.94; Domangue (2) 25.47;
Lawson (3) 25.90.
Discus: Cook (1) 121'6;
Doggette (2) 110'
Shot put: Harlan (1) 39'11;
Domangue (3).36'3; Cook (4)
34'4
High Jump: Wagner (1) 5'4;
Shelley (2) 5'4; Lgngley (3) 5'0
Long Jump: Shelley (3)
17'11.25; Domangue (4)
16'11.25

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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Brittany Kilpatrick guns the ball to home during
fielding practice on Monday. The Baker softball
team will face Ponce de Leon on Thursday at
6 p.m. (V)


Lady Gators sand


out flaws; Crestview


receives good news


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Baseball and softball
season are reaching.
the halfway point and
there's no looking back.
It's time to polish
those flaws into spar-
kling assets and make
headway before districts.
Let's make some pre-
dictions!
The Baker softball
team pulled away from
big district rival Jay for
an 8-5 victory last week.
Lady Gator Lauren
Griffith picked up the
win in relief and went
2-for-4 with three RBIs
and two runs scored.
Recent Jefferson
Davis signee Whitney
Boutwell drove in two
runs for the Gators. .
Brittany Kilpatrick
and Allison McCranie
had an RBI apiece.
The Gators (7-1, 2-1)
are looking to use the
momentum against
Ponce de Leon on
Thursday in their fourth
district game.
. My money is on the
Lady Gators to win
Thursday and to be a
force to be reckoned with
in the districts.
Lo and behold, we
have ourselves a first-
place team in District
1-5A.
The Crestview base-
ball team is now first
in District 1-5A after
Niceville had to forfeit
six wins for using an in-
eligible player.
Crestview received
one of the forfeits and is
now 8-0 (7-0 in District
1-5A).
The Dawgs still have
to face Niceville again
on Apr. 8, along with
six other district games
before entering the post-
season.
They'll take it one
game at a time and hope


for the best.
Crestview takes on
Walton in a non-district
contest Thursday at 6
p.m. (V)
Pull for the Dawgs to
take that game.
The Crestview
softball team had a
big moment of its own
on Friday night, beat-
ing Escambia for a big.
District 1-5A victory.
The Lady Dawgs won
5-4. Shasta Tew tossed
four strikeouts in a com-
plete game.
Two Escambia errors
plus a Crestview home
run added up to a three-
run fifth inning for the
Dawgs.
Crestview challenges
Niceville on Eagle turf
on Thursday at 6 p.m.
(V)
I'm going to go with
the Lady Dawgs on this
one in hopes of the team
earning another redeem-
ing win, just like they
did against Escambia.
The Laurel Hill soft-
ball team is doing well in
the district. The Hoboes
have struggled against
bigger schools, but their
numbers against the
teams in District 1-1A are
not bad at all.
Laurel Hill took
Central by storm last
week with a three-run
first inning and held
on in the end. Amanda
King led the Columbia
blue' and white by going
2-for-3 at the plate with a
run scored and an RBI.
Allicia Griggs had
two hits. Brittany
Baggett and Michelle
Raite both had a hit and
a run.
Look for the Lady
Hoboes (3-4, 3-0 entering
a game against Walton
on Friday) to take on
East Hill for their fifth
district game this season.
I'm picking the Lady
Hoboes.


0oxwoOD RESULTS


Lowball results Mar.6:
Claude Stiles (-8)
Jim Fisher
Jerry Devoy
David Smith
-Bill Chandler

Melvin Cox (-8)
Mike Bouchard
Jerry Smyrl
Lavaughn Dorman

Paul Coyne (-6)
Hal Jellison
Charlie Peele
Neil Thompson
Werth Pittman

Aaron Daniels (-6)
Robert Boutwell
Skip Kemp
Neil Locke

Lowball results for Mar. 9:
Don Kearny (-12)


Jesse Dennis
Ron Boisjolie
Don Widmaier
Terry Tillman

Tom Cook (-12)
Jay Merrifield
Steve Demara
Anthony Perez
Erik Henry

Larry Fordyce (-10)
Tom Prier
Pat Martin
Dean Martin

Brad Gutnik (-10)
Bob Yilley
Bo Belanger
Bill Ward

Tony Petrea (-9)
Archie Perez
Jesse Perez
Mike Babine


The Baker girls track team ended up taking second place against Jay and Central on
March 4.


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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008-


BAYA opens a new era


Baker playing Dizzy Dean
baseball and softball

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Dent Tullis wouldn't
have missed it.
Tullis woke up early Saturday
to make the drive from Panama
City to attend the Opening Day cer-
emonies for the Baker Area Youth
Association baseball and softball
teams.
"They asked if I would come,"
said Tullis, a national board mem-
ber for Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc.
"I said if it's for kids, I'll drive all
day."
Tullis threw out the ceremonial
first pitch, officially marking the
BAYA's switch from Little League
Baseball to Dizzy Dean Baseball.
"We went to Dizzy Dean because
we think it's more progressive and
we think it will be better for the
kids for when they get up into high
school ball," said BAYA President
Leo Derrick.
Twenty-two youth baseball and
softball teams will compete during
the 2008 BAYA season. The games
started immediately after Saturday's
ceremony and run until mid-May.
Parents can keep up on BAYA


Kyle Wright / Crestview'News Bulletin
Dent Tullis, right, confers with Adam Richards before the ceremonial first
pitch of the 2008 BAYA season. Richards served as the honorary catcher for
Tullis, a national board member for Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc.


news at the league's new Web site,
Eteamz.active.com/baya.
Derrick said the organization
plans to paint the main building
on the BAYA grounds. The BAYA
also hopes to obtain a grant for


construction of a gymnasium.

Read Kyle Wright's thoughts on
Saturday's chilly weather on the
"Passing Shots" blog at crestviewbul-
letin.com


Hammonds returns to Gainesville competition


Driver enjoyed success at
Gatornationals in 2007


Tonita Perry
Special to the News Bulletin

One year ago, Crestview
native Tom Hammonds
made his return to racing
at the Gatornationals com-
petition in Gainesville after
being on hiatus for three
seasons.
His debut proved he
made the right decision
as he set personal records
by recording a career-best
elapsed time of 6.631 sec-
onds and a career-best
speed of 209.64 mph.
Hammonds is excited


about the competition as
he returns to Gainesville
for the 39th Annual
ACDelco Gatornationals,
this weekend at Gainesville
Raceway.
"We did well last year
at the Gatornationals, be-
cause all factors such as
weather and track tem-
perature were all perfect,
perfect for everyone," says
Hammonds, "but we are
more concerned with do-
ing our best to record a
win."
To record this win,
Hammonds and his crew


needed to hone in on
the problems that have
plagued the Chevy Cobalt
for the past two races. The
problems have ranged
from an inconsistent 'dutch
to the tire shake, which led
to outcomes of a DNQ for
Pomona, Calif., and plac-
ing 14th in the qualifying
field in Phoenix.
"We know that we have
the horsepower to com-
pete," says Hammonds,
"but we were missing little
things that can possibly
help us run better. That is
why we brought in Rickie
Smith to the help us catch
some problems, which
paid dividends."
After further review and
breaking the engine down,


they discovered the Chevy
Cobalt was running at 40
percent due to detonation
problems. The detonation
problem caused the Chevy
to lose horsepower.
Hammonds feels confi-
dent the team will be run-
ning at 100 percent after
catching this hard-to-diag-
nose problem.
"This Gainesville race
is in my home state, and
a lot of fans will be com-
ing from my home town to
watch us compete; so we
are optimistic about get-
ting a win," he said. "I do
know it will be an exciting
time."
Pro stock competition
begins on Friday, March 14
at noon.


Photos special to the News Bulletin
Crestview's cheerleaders compete in the first FHSAA
competitive cheerleading state competition this past
weekend in Boca Raton.

Crestview places fifth in


cheerleading
Crestview'News Bulletin

Crestview High School
cheerleaders took fifth
place in the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Competitive Cheerleading
competition held in Boca
Raton on Mar. 7-8.
The LadyDawgs compet-
ed against 36 other schools
in the state under the me-
dium varsity division.


competition
In addition to the
state competition, Katie
Frazier, Hayden Hritz,
Jennrma Johnson and Taylor
Moore won the National
Championship title at the
Sugar Sands National held
in Destin on March 2 for an
individual stunt competi-
tion.
For more photos please
visit our Web site at www.
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Katie Frazier, Hayden Hritz, Jenna Johnson and Taylor
Moore display their awards from a competition in Destin.


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TODAY
DEADLINE FOR
EOSC LUNCHEON:
Eglin Officers Spouses'
Club luncheon
Wednesday, March 19
at Eglin Officers' Club
in the Sand Dollar
Lounge. The topic
is "Gardening in the
Panhandle" with guest
speaker and Master
Gardener Linda Kulaw.
The social starts
at 10:30 a.m. The cost
is $12.82 for members
and $14.82 for nonmem-
bers. Reservations are
required and childcare
will be provided. RSVP to
workmancrew@cox.net,
(850) 314-9755, today.

MARCH
HAPPY
HOMEMAKERS:
Regular meeting
Thursday, March 13 at 9:30
a.m. in the Agricultural
building on Old Bethel
Road in Crestview.
Program on "day trip-
ping." Come and bring a
friend. Details: Nita, 682-
3118.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center drives are planned:
Thursday March 13


at Classic Center, 4381 S.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
- 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Details:
862-4216..
PRAYER FOR
HEALING OF AIDS: The
Okaloosa Minority Task
Force will be celebrating
the observance of the Black
Church Week of Prayer for
the Healing of AIDS on
March 15 at 7 p.m. at the
Carver Hill School Center
in Crestview.
Guest speaker is Ron
Henderson, the Florida
Bureau of HIV/AIDS coor-
dinator.
The goal is to educate
African-American reli-
gious congregations and
mobilize them to become
community centers for'ed-
ucation about HIV/AIDS
prevention, treatment and
compassionate care.
HIV/AIDS antibody
testing begins at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $6.
ACS CATTLE
BARONS BALL
FUNDRAISER: March
15 at the Elegant Palms
Resort in Destin Food by
Ruth's Chris & Trader Vics.
Country Legends Show
headlined by Ron Adams.
Tickets and other informa-
tion: www.DestinCattle.
org or 244-3813.
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Library is located at 185
Miracle Strip Parkway, in
downtown Fort Walton
Beach at the comer of
Eglin Parkway. Parking
is on First Street to the
North and Ferry Road to
the East.
PAWS SHELTER
MAKEOVER: Through
March 31, You can help
the Panhandle Animal
Welfare Society win a $1
million shelter makeover
by logging onto.www.
zootoo.com. PAWS au-
tomatically earns points
every time you visit, and
gets 100 points by you
signing up. For details,
call 243-1525.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck
at (850) 581-4591.
Thursday, 13 March,
3 p.m. Bike ride in
the Sandestin Resort-
Subdivision east of
Destin. Meet at the golf
course club house parking
area. Followed by din-
ner at the Olsons' home.
Honcho: Pat Downey (cell
850-974-9591)
SENIOR CIRCLE
EVENTS: RSVP two days
before the events listed
below to attend by call-
ing 689-8409. SC = Senior
Circle Classroom, at
127-A E. Redstone Ave. in
Crestview.
March 13: monthly
Luncheon at 11:30 at the
Airport Road Church of
Christ in Crestview.
March 13 and 14: The
Silver Shoppe Sale.
COMMUNITY
MEMORIAL SERVICE:
sponsored by Emerald
Coast Hospice is March
15 from 2-3 p.m. at
Central Baptist Church
in Crestview for north
Okaloosa County. It's to
remember loved ones
that have passed away.
A memory lane of pic-
tures will be presented.
If you are interested in
donating a loved one's
photograph or have any
questions, please call
Frank Dole at 689-0300.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
For more on any of
these activities visit
http://westgate.flbrida-
trail.org online.
Saturday, March 15 at
8 a.m. Hike on Juniper
Creek Trail and see the
spring wildflowers.
Details (850) 932-0125.
Saturday, March 22 at
8 am. Volunteers needed
for trail maintenance
on Nokuse Plantation.
Details: (850) 862-1903.
Tuesday, March 25 at
6 pm. Monthly meeting
at LaRumba restaurant
in Niceville. Visitors
welcome. Details: (850)
682-6098.
Friday, March 28
Sunday, March 30.
Annual Conference


and Hiking Festival at
Stephen Foster State Park,
White Springs, Fla.
VENDORS WANTED:
for Asthma and Allergy
Health Fair on Saturday,
March 15 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at Crestview
High School. The fair is
to provide families with
the latest information on
asthma, allergies and oth-
er related pediatric health
issues.
There is no vendor
fee, but each vendor is
required to donate a door
prize for the event. For
details contact Sharlene
Cox at 682-6824.
UWF MARITIME
COURSES: taught by
the United States Power
Squadron, will be offered
in Pensacola and Fort
Walton Beach at a cost of
$40 per person per course,
materials included.
March 15-22, Crew
overboard, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. in Fort Walton
.Beach.
Mar. 18, Boat Handling
Under Power, 6-8 p.m. in
Pensacola.
Mar. 25, On-board
Weather Forecasting, 6-8
p.m. in Pensacola.
Mar. 29, Hurricanes
and Boats seminar based
on Hurricanes Katrina
and Ivan, 9-11 a.m. in Fort
Walton Beach.
Details: (850) 474-2914
or visit ContinuingEd.uwf.
edu.
HEALTHY WOMAN:
The Thursday, March 20
program is on "Living
Well with Endometriosis,"
presented by Dr. Stricker
Mays. This free program
will be held at Woodlawn
Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall, 824 N. Ferdon
Ave. Reservations are
required. A light dinner
will be served. Call Jane
Lindenberg at 689-8446 to
RSVP.
EASTER PAGEANT:
March 22 at 2 p.m. at
Crestview High School.
Sponsored by CHS
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes
For girls ages 0 12
years and boys ages 0-3
years. Easter attire only
(no pageant dresses or
tuxes).
Every contestant re-
ceives a crown and trophy,
boys receive medallion
and trophy.
Details: Tricia Rogers,
689-3563 evenings, or visit
pageant Web site at http//
triciarogerspageants.com.
BEGINNING
GENEALOGY: Beverly
Gross, president of the
Genealogical Society of
Okaloosa County, will
teach a beginning gene-
alogy class on Monday,
March 24 from 6-8 p.m.
at the Crestview Public
Library. The library is
located at 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the post of-
fice). Pre-registration not
required.
BOOK & VIDEO
SALE DONATIONS:
Friends of the Crestvdew
Library are asking for
used book, VHS and DVD
donations for their April
book sale. Take them to the


Crestview library or call
689-1535 or 682-5759 to ar-
range for pickup of books
and movies.
All types of hardbound
and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR
SENIORS: The Senior
Center at Old Spanish Trail
Park on Stillwell Blvd. in
Crestview is hosting low
impact aerobics every
Monday from 9-10 a.m. A
$5 fee applies. Call Tammy
at 682-0647 for details, and
feel free to pick up a calen-
dar for other activities at
the center.
INAUGURAL TOUR
FOR VETERANS: WWII
veterans who wish to
attend the tour of the
World War II Memorial in
Washington on April 30
may apply for an applica-
tion through Okaloosa
Veterans Services at
689-5922 or at the 601-A
N. Pearl Street office in
Crestview. Hours are 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
LOCAL RELAY TEAM:
Baker, Blackman and Holt,
you now have a Relay for
Life team. To add your
support to the effort, call
305-6131 or 537-8516.


APRIL
LIBRARY
LECTURES: are every
first Tuesday at 10 a.m.
The April 1 presenta-
tion is local author C. J.
Holbrook with "Writers
Aglow: The Christian
Fiction Book Market."
For a complete
schedule go to www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm online.
AARP TAX AIDE: is
the largest free.volun-
teer-run tax counseling
and preparation service
for income taxpayers,
with special attention
to those age 60 or older.
Volunteer as a tax assis-
tance counselor and/or
a leadership coordinator
by calling 1-888-OUR-
AARP or visiting www.
aarp.org/taxaide.
UWF SWIMMING
LESSONS: UWF
Aquatic Center offers
Saturday swimming
lessons throughout the
spring for children and
adults. Remaining ses-
sions are from 9 -11 a.m.
March 29 April 19; "
April 26 May 17. Cost
is $25 per person for
four, 30-minute lessons.
Private lessons are avail-
able by request. One-to-
one instruction fees are
$90 per person for two
hours minimum.
Details or registration:
(850) 474-2981 or e-mail
nquina@uwf.edu.
CHAIRS FOR
CHARITY: Sacred Heart
Hospital's Ladies of
Charity group is seeking
donations of chairs for
artists to paint as well as
artists to share their tal-
ents for an April 11 fund-
raiser. Fifty percent of
proceeds from the event
will be donated to the


Association for Retarded
Citizens (ARC) and the
remaining will sup-
port Ladies of Charity
outreach activities in
Northwest Florida.
Chairs may be painted
for indoor or outdoor
use with any material or
emblem. Any business
or individual interested
in painting and donat-
ing a chair is welcome to
participate. Deadline to
donate chairs is April 11.
The chair auction
and plant sale will be
conducted on Saturday,
May 3 at Sacred Heart
Hospital's Conference
Center. To participate,
call (850) 437-1669.
MUSEUM SEEKS
VENDORS: for the 32nd
Annual Saturday in the
Park festival on April 26
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in
Valparaiso. Space are 10'
x 10' for $50. Call 678-
2615 for an application,
which are also available
at www.heritage-muse-
um.org online.
BOOK STORAGE
NEEDED: By the Friends
of the Crestview Library
to store books for up-
coming book sales. Call
Flo Lembeck at 689-1535
if you have storage they
can use.


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


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family members
Lack of communication is one factor which
can greatly increase holiday stress and worry.
It's important to discuss the trip in advance and
talk about what everyone's expectations are
in terms of activity vs. quiet time. time spent
alone, and the degree to which your days are
planned or scheduled in advance. You should
discuss your expectations of the vacation as
well. One family member, for example, may
crave activity and diversion while others may
simply want to rest. Finally, people often get
caught in the trap of unrealistic expectations
while on vacation. For example, expecting
anxiety and stress over work-related problems
to magically disappear, or thinking that .a
conflict-rdden relationship will work itself out
on vacation. Financial issues are often a source
of stress for farnilies on holiday. If you re on
a budget, discuss how you'll handle things
such as impulse purchases and eating out in
restaurants
If you are traveling with young children, it
is important not to overload your schedule
and to allow plenty of time for spontaneous
activity Location is not as important as the
way your time is spent. 'Kid-friendly" can be
what you make it It's perfectly possible to have
a relaxing city holiday with children, visiting
parks and zoos and taking leisurely walks. It s
also possible to turn a tropical paradise into
a tense and stressful place if your days are
overscheduled and you're constantly tired and
quarreling.
Children can become stressed by a
vacation just as adults can, although they
may shoe their stress in different ways It's not
surprising that children may experience stress
when they are in an unfamiliar environment


and conft.onted daily with new experiences.
Since many children are not able to recognize
or verbally convey their feelings of stress their
stress may manifest itself in their behavior For
example. children may behave in a way that is
inappropriate for their age or they may appear
to be moody or temperamental.
While a 'worry-free vacation is likely an
unattainable goal, an ideal vacation is one
in which the "good stresses (i.e. dealing
with unfamiliar cultures, increased contact
with family members) are not outweighed
by the "bad' stresses (arguments tiredness.
resentment).
Here are some brief spring break vacation
survival rules:
Accept others' wishes and be prepared
to compromise. Everyone should have some
opportunity to do things he-she wants In
most families, this means compromises on
everyone part. Recognize that you may have
to take part in some activities that wouldn't
be your first choices, for the sake of good
harmony.
Give yourself plenty of time for the trip.
Rushing to catch a plane or train only increases
everyone's stress level and leads to conflicts.
This is especially true when traveling with very
young children who are likely to require more
breaks and cause unpredictable interruptions.
Don't overextend your schedule. Very
few people can do a 'whirlwind tour' of five
cities in seven days and remain relaxed, and
trying to do so would be unthinkable for a
family with young children. Likewise, don t try
to fill your days with too many commitments
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Communicate without being confron-
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is "going your way.' Kindly Mention to the
others that you're feeling disappointed that
you haven t been able to see or do whatever
it is you feel is important to you. Suppressed
anger and resentment can easily ruin your
dream vacation
Be realistic about your expectations. If.
your children misbehave at home, they re not
going to behave perfectly just because you're
on vacation Interpersonal differences and
conflicts won t magically disappear.
Relax and have fun without expecting
the very stare of being on vacation to 'cure'
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Photos special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Julie Smith, Kim Hamm, and Jenny Zeitler were honored for 20 years of service at North
Okaloosa Medical Center.


NOMC holds Service Awards Banquet

Special to the News Bulletin
The 2007 North Okaloosa Medical
Center Service Awards Banquet was held
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Employees with five, 10, 15, 20 and 25
years of service were honored.

25 years
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20 years
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Curves of Crestview
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To celebrate the gen-
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fee of $30 for any new
member who brings in
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when food banks are
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What DTV Transition Day means to you


Greg Allen
Crestview News Bulletin

Since television en-
tered American homes in
glorious black and white
transmissions, programs
have been broadcast over
the air in analog format.
Simply put, whatever
channel you are tuned to,
that's the only broadcast
you are receiving at that
one time.
Enter the 21st century.
The majority of television
stations in the U.S. are
still transmitting over-the-
air signals you can pick
up with any television
equipped with an antenna
or even adjustable "rab-
bit ears." In many rural
areas, this is the only way
many people can have ac-
cess to television signals.
(Keep in mind, this is
not how cable or satellite
customers receive televi-
sion programming. I'll get
to you.guys later).
In about a year, the
way in which many U.S.
citizens receive television
broadcasts will change.
The United States
Congress has man-
dated that Feb. 17, 2009,
Digital Television (DTV)
Transition Day, is the last
day full-power television
stations will be, able to
broadcast analog signals.
Here's where it gets
tricky.
Full-power television
stations simply means
any station broadcast-
ing to a very large area.
Smaller television sta-
tions that broadcast to
smaller areas will not
need to make this switch.
'In fact, they will be able
to broadcast just as they
always have.
The DTV.transition
will mean full-powered
television stations will
'have to broadcast over-
the-air signals digitally.
Stations will be able to
broadcast their channels
in a couple of new ways.
They will be able to offer
high-definition channels
or split a standard defi-
nition channel into sub-
channels. For example,
channel 5 may be divided


'If you're sitting down to enjoy the
latest LOST episode on DTV.
Transition Day, you may find yourself
only able to enjoy a special on the mating
habits of wild water buffalo on the
analog channel you never knew you had."


into three separate chan-
nels such as 5-1, 5-2 and
5-3, each sub-channel
with its own show.
If you are watching
6ver-the-air broadcasts
via antenna, I'm willing
to bet the majority of
those broadcasts are from
full-power television sta-
tions. So if you're sitting
down to enjoy the latest
LOST episode on DTV
Transition Day, you may
find yourself only able
to enjoy a special on the
mating habits of wild wa-
ter buffalo on the analog
channel you never knew
you had.
The only televisions
that will be able to re-
ceive DTV signals are
digitally enabled televi-
sions. If your television
was purchased in the
last eight years, there is a
good chance it is digitally
enabled. You can check
the back of the televi-
sion to see if there are
any labels mentioning
the inclusion of a "digital
tuner." If your televi-
sion's stickers or pack-
aging say anything like
"DTV," "HDTV," "Digital
Receiver," or "ATSC," it
should be fine. If you're
not able to find anything
claiming the television
is digitally enabled, try
looking it up on the
Internet by the brand and
model number.
If you don't have a
digitally enabled televi-
sion, don't throw your
old analog television
out just yet! You can get
an inexpensive solution
from your local elec-
tronics store. Digital-to-
analog converter boxes
are starting to be dis-
played on shelves every-
where. This device will
take the digital signal


from your antenna and
convert it to an analog
signal your television can
understand. Government
approved coupons are
even available to any
American household to
help with the purchase of
one of these boxes. Visit
www.dtv2009.gov to ap-
ply.
Cable and satellite
customers will need to do.
some manual footwork
in order to see if they
will need to prepare for
the DTV Transition. The
majority of satellite and
cable customers will not
be affected since you al-
ready receive your broad-
casts through a propri-
etary box. Contact your
service provider if you
have any questions.
Luckily for you, I've
already done some re-
search into the local ser-
vice providers. Cox Cable
states on its Web site that
it will down-convert digi-
tal signals to analog tele-
vision owners for three
years after Feb. 17, 2009.
Mediacom customers
will need to wait closer to
the transition day to find
out what they will need
to do. Mediacom had no
information either way
when I contacted its cus-
tomer service.
Many television sta-
tions, cable providers
and satellite providers
already serve digital
signals. Again, contact
customer service if you're
interested in upgrading.
The DTV transition
will free up many broad-
casting spectrums for
commercial and govern-
ment use. This is also the
first step in bringing truly
digital content into homes
across America.


Randy Beard / Crestview News Bulletin
New Life International Worship Center held its ribbon cutting recently. The facility is
located on P.J. Adams Parkway.


TOPS installs new officers

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Special to the News Bulletin
TOPS chapter #796 installs its new executive committee for 2008. Standing from left to
right: Weight Recorder, Amy Vincek; Leader, Mary Ann Vincek; Co-Leader, Mary Taylor;
Secretary, Helen Groves; Assistant Weight Recorder, Paul Weston; Treasurer, Sueann
Weston. This chapter meets at the Valley Road Baptist Church on Friday mornings from
8-10 a.m. Walk-ins welcomed.


From staff reports

Torch Award
applicants
The Better Busines's
Bureau is accepting appli-
cations for the 2008 Torch
Award for Marketplace
Ethics through April 4.
For an application
guide' and entry form,'
suggestions for complet-
ing an application for the
Torch Award or infor-
mation on the Student
Ethics Scholarship, please
visit www.nwfl.bbb.org/
TorchAward or call 1-800-
729-9226.

Mental Health
award nominees
The Mental Health
Association in Okaloosa
and Walton Counties asks
groups, organizations
and individuals to sub-
mit nominations for four
professional and volun-
teer awards: Outstanding
Mental Health Professional
for those who have made a
significant contribution to
mental health as a result of
their vocation; Outstanding
Mental Health Volunteer
for their voluntary, nonpaid
activities in mental health;
Elise R. Salisbury Award
for excellence in children's
services; the Media Award
for journalists or other me-


dia professionals who have
helped to educate the pub-
lic about mental health or
chemical dependency.
Winners will be an-
nounced on. May 13 at a
reception in the Hurlburt
Soundside Club.
Thedeadlinefornomina-
tions is April 3. Nomination
forms and reservations may
be obtained by calling 244-
1040, faxing to 244-02573,
or e-mailing mhaowfl@
mhabw.org.

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


cess at www.writers-edi-
tors.com.

US Airways adds
non-stop flights
On April 6, US Airways
will begin operations from
the Okaloosa Regional
Airport with three dai-
ly non-stop flights to
the airlines' largest hub
the Charlotte Douglas
International Airport in
Charlotte, N.C.
"The entire Gulf Coast is
showing exciting growth,"
said US Airways Direct of
Express Planning, Jason
Reisinger. "We are thrilled
to bring more vacationers,
business travelers and mili-
tary personnel to the Fort
Walton Beach/Destin area
while also offering the lo-
cal residents from Niceville
to Navarre worldwide
travel options through our
Charlotte hub."
This new service will be
operated by US Airways
Express using50-seatCRJ200
regional jet aircraft. Fares can
be purchased immediately
at www.usairways.com, or
by calling 800-428-4322.

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


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
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COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 08 DR 710
DIVISION
Charles L Pierce JR.
Petitioner
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
you are required to serve
a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any to it on
Charles L. Pierce JR.
whose address is 104
New Castle Cir. Fort
Walton Beach Fl. 32547'
,on or before March 28,
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida 32579,
before service on
Petitioner or immediately
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petition.
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03/19/08

Legal # 100308
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
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COUNTY, FLORIDA
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NELTON MACHADO NOTICE IS HEREBY
SR, et al, GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Defendant(s). nal Judgement of Foreclo-
sure dated October 24,
NOTICE OF ACTION 2007 'and entered in
Case No. 07-CA-3305
TO: NELTON MA- 5, of the Circuit Court of
CHADO SR the First Judicial Circuit in
LAST KNOWN AD- and for Okaloosa
DRESS: 422 LEE LANE County, Florida, wherein
DESTIN, FL 32541-1915 SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
INC, is a Plaintiff and
CURRENT ADDRESS: SHANE D BROOME, IF
UNKNOWN LIVING AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI-
KNOWN PARTIES SEES, RANTEES, AS-
CLAIMING BY, SIGNEES LIENORS
THROUGH UNDER CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
.AND AGAINST THE AND ALL OTHER PAR-
HEREIN NAMED IN- TIES CLAIMING AN IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- TEREST BY, THROUGH,
ANT(S) WHO ARE UNDER OR' AGAINST
NOT KNOWN TO BE SHANE D. BROOME;
DEAD OR APRIL J BROOME, IF. LIV-
ALIVE,WHETHERR ING, AND IF DEAD, THE
SAID UNKNOWN UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
PARTIES MAY CLAIM HEIRS DEVISEES,
AN INTEREST AS GRANTEES ASSIGN-
SPOUSES, HEIRS DE- EES, LIENORS CREDI-
VISEES, GRANTEES, TORS, TRUSTEES AND
OR OTHER CLAIM- ALL OTHER PARTIES
ANTS CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY THROUGH, UN-
LAST KNOWN AD- DER OR AGAINST APRIL
DRESS: UNKNOWN J BROOME; are the De-
fendants. I will sell to the
CURRENT ADDRESS: highest and best bidder
UNKNOWN for cash at Shalimar
Courthouse Annex, front
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that door, 1250 Eglin Park-
an action to foreclose a way Shalimar, Fl
mortgage on the follow- 32579, at 11:00 AM on
ing property in April 1, 2008, the follow-
OKALOOSA County, ing described property as
Florida: set forth in said Final
Judqement to wit:
LOT 2, DESTIN TOWN LO 11 BLOCK M FIRST
HOMES, ACCORDING ADDITION TO WOUN-
TO THE PLAT TRY CLUB ESTATES SUB-
THEREOF, AS RE- DIVISION, ACCORDING
CORDED IN PLAT TO THE PLAT THEREOF
BOOK 7 PAGE 86, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
OF THE PUBLIC REC- BOOK 4 PAGE 16, PUB-
ORDS OF LIC RECORDS OF
O K A L OO 5 A OKALOOSA COUNTY,
COUNTY, FLORIDA FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
has been filed against interest in the surplus
ou and you are required from the sale, if any,
to serve a copy of your other than the property
written defenses, if any, owner as of the dae of
on or before April' 3, the lis pendens must file a
2008 on Florida Default claim within 60 days af-
Law Group P.L., Plaintiff's ter. the sale.
attorney whose address
is 9119 Corporate Lake' DON W HOWARD
Drive Suite 300, Tampa, As Clerk of the Court
Florida 33634, and file By: Beth McDonald
the original with this As Deputy Clerk
Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney Dated this 28 day of Feb-
or immediately ruary 2008
thereafter otherwise a de-
fault will be entered IMPORTANT
against you for the relief In accordance with the
demanded in the Com- Americans with Disabili-
plaint or petition, ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
WITNESS my hand and dation to participate in
the seal of this Court on this proceeding should
this 27 day of February, no later than seven t7)
2008. days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
DON W. HOWARD ability coordinator at
Clerk of the Court 8506517497, 1250 N
By:Beth McDonald EGLIN PKWY SUITE
As Deputy Clerk Al14 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
IMPORTANT paired, contact jTDD)
In accordance with the 8009558771 via Florida
Americans with Disabili- Relay System.
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special Ben-Ezra &Katz
accommodation to partic- Attorneys for Plaintiff
pate in his proceeding 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
should contact Court Ad- 300
ministration at 101 James Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 33312
view, Fl. 32536-3515; Te I e ph on e :
telephone number 305-770-4100
850-689-5000, Exten- Fax: 305-653-2329
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding or Shalimar 03/05/08
850-651-7497 03/12/08
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- Legal # 100310
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special IN THE CIRCUIT
accommodation to partic- COURT OF THE FIRST
ipate in this proceeding JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
should contact Court Ad- AND FOR
ministration at 1250 N. OKALOOSA
E lin Parkway, Shalimar, COUNTY FLORIDA
FP 32579; telephone PROBATE DIVISION
number 850-651-7497, FILE NUMBER:
prior to the proceeding. 2008-CP-000153
03/05/08 IN RE.: ESTATE OF
03/12/08 EDITH L.
LAUFENBURGER,


Legal # 100309
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.:
07-CA-3305-S
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
INC'
PLAINTIFF, et.al,
vs.
SHANE BROOME,et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of EDITH L.
LAUFENBURGER, de-
ceased, File Number
2008-CP-153, is pending
in the Circuit Court of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida Probate Division, the
address of which Is PO
DRAWER 1'359, CREST-
VIEW, FL 3253'6-1359.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALLINTERESTEDD


PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All persons on whom this
notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the
will, the qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required
to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS.
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate a
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
first publication of this no-
tice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
March 5, 2008
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
AARON B. WENTZ
814A Shadow Lane
Fort Walton Beach, Fl.
32547
T e l ep hone :
850-463-8006
Florida Bar No:
0065810
Personal Representatives:
EDWIN L. STANFORD
109 Sleepy Oaks
Rd.,NW
FT. Walton Beach, Fl.
32548
LORENE H. STANFORD
109 Sleepy Oaks
Rd.,NW
FT. Walton Beach, Fl.
32548
WENDY K HANLE
111 Poquito Rd.
Shalimar, Fl. 32579
03/05/08
03/12/08
Legal # 100311
NOTICE OF AUCTION
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Advance
Starage, Inc located at
5180 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to the hi hest
bidder the household and
other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid
by the tenants.
Advance Storage I
Iseha Radford
unit D26
Reqinald Green
unit G25
Elizabeth Eliason
unit A8
Advanced Storage II
Lindsay Barnett
Unit L8
The sale shall take place
on March 15 2008 at
9:00-10.00 a.m. at Ad-
vance Storage.
03/08/08
03/12/08

Legal # 100319
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE


NO.:
2007-CA-004933-S
HSBC BANK USA, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE (THE TRUS-
TEE) OF J.P. MORGAN
ALTERNATIVE LOAN
TRUST 2006-A7 (THE
TRUST).
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD L. BASHAM, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RICHARD L.
BASHAM
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 616 Lagoon
Drive Destin, Fl. 32541
Current address: 616 La-
goon Drive Destin, Fl.
32541
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
in property in
OKALOOSA' County,
Florida:
CONDOMINIUM
UNIT NO. 501 OF
DESTIN HARBOR
PLACE, A CONDO-
MINIUM, ACCORD-
ING TO THE DECLA-
RATION THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK
2223, AT PAGE
4716 OF THE PUBLIC
RECOkDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THE
EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO
USE COVERED PARK-
ING SPACE NUMBER
04 AS SET FORTH ON
THE FIRST FLOOR
PLAN (ENTRY LEVEL)
ATTACHED AS A
PART OF EXHIBIT "A"
TO THE DECLARA-
TION OF CONDO-
MINIUM OF DESTIN
HARBOR PLACE A
CONDOMINIUM, RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK
2223 PAGE 4716
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN THE COMMON EL-
EMENTS APPURTE-
NANT THERETO AS
SET FORTH IN SAID
DECLARATION.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before April 16,
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff;s attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be Pub-
lished once each week
for two weeks in the
Crestview News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 5 day of March,
2008.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-


abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should Contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, Fl., 32536-3515:
telephone number
850-689-5000 extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
850-651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
tes Act, persons with dis-
abilites needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Act-
ministration at 1250 N.
Ealin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579; telephone
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
03/12/08
03/19/08

Legal # 100320
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
08-DR-1322-C DIVI-
SION
ZELTON J.C. TEDDER II 1
Petitioner
and
ADALYN G. TEDDER
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: ADALYN G. TEDDER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, i any, to it on
Zelton J.C. Tedder II
whose address is 57
Peach Tree Street Laurel
Hill, Florida 32567 on or
before April 21, 2008;
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
Okaloosa County Court-
house, 101 E. James Lee
Blvd. Crestview, Fl.
32536, before service
on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.1 Future
papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply
can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated March 10, 2008
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
03/12/08
03/19/08
03/26/08
04/02/08

Legal # 120002
Public Notice
Verizon Wireless is pro-
posing to construct a
165-foot overall height
monopole telecommuni-
cations structure. The pro-
posed facility would be
located off of Highway


85 North near the inter-
section of Jim Green
Road, Crestview,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida. Verizon Wireless in-
vites comments from any
interested party on the
impact the tower may
have on any Historic
Properties. Comments
may be sent to Environ-
mental Corporation of
America ATTN: Artis
West, 1375 Union Hill
Industrial Court, Suite A,
Alpharetta, Georgia
30004. Comments must
be received within 30
days. For questions
please call Artis West
770-667-2040x1 13.

03/12/08
Legal #100282
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.#
08-DR-593 Division:
Ana Posey
Petitioner
David Posey
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: David Earl Posey
125 Garfield Dr.
Fort Walton Beach Fl.
3247
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Ana Maria Posey whose
address is 129 Hug hes
Street FWB Fl. 32548 on
or before March 28,
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of tAis
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, Florida 32579,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documnets in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of hte
Circuit Court





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Baker
Estate Sale
Sat. March 15 8AM till
Noon 5648 Buckward
Rd. Baker go Hwy 90
West cross yellow river
bridge turn right at B.P.
store go to 3rd paved
road on left qo to end of
road Lots of Everythingl


NEW TDggAY
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
March 14-15 9Am-Till
345 Wingard St. Furni-
ture & Lots of things.
Crestview
March 15 7am-
1pm
5644 Old Bethel Rd.
Ladder back chairs, la-
dies & men's
clothing,exercise ma-
chine, wind chimes, light-
house tables lighthouses,
& wood crafts.


Crestview Lose Weight r V y Brand new 3br & 4br,
CLik Crewai! Th 2ba homes in quiet sub-
March 15 8am Like Crazy.! NEW l division. Easy access to
Burn fat, block cravings, Crestview & Niceville.
~12 boost energy, all natural Starting at $885 per
6288 Possum Ridge Rd super easyig Call 856 Restaurant/Food Svc mtanth. at $885 ll
toddler girls cloths, toys, 384-1735 850-689-2221
rocking horse, crib, horse Asst. Mgrs.
tack & more. A *rs.
CeieP f--- Century 21

Nf0 r A 3290 Moulton Realty
NrEsW tve For Sale Jazzy Jet 3 ;1 -a 682-3849
Electric Wheelchlair, like f Rentals:
new $800. call
AI 04'12 A -lA


Arby's in the Crestview
& FWB area. Excellent
benefits discussed at in-
terview. Assistants start-
ing at $26K. Send your
resume to:
twainwright@beaversinc.net
or fax resume to 850
243-4221, or apply at
any location. EOE


Multi Family
Yard Sale
1 21March 13 & 14 Thurs.-
Fri. 8 AM-3PM Nascar,
Tony Stewart & Dale Jr.
.rnl f lrnAy items, Name brand
N Wl IU clothes, odds & ends,
household and toys.
4291 Batten Rd. Take
uUl ~ Airport Rd. to Poverty
Creek Rd.pass over
AK MIIi bride to Fainter Branch
AKC MINI- on lel follow to John Nix
DACHSHUNDS Rd. Call 682-1796
READY NOW (Canceled if rains)
Adorable Mini-Dachs- Crestview
hund Puppies 1st shots
350.P 1 Call. Multi-Family Yard
W 20-537-86837 or Sale
850-826-0769 Lv. msg. Sale
.. Sat. March 15, 7A.M.
AKC miniature Pinchers, Baby items, Furniture,
avail, now. Tails docked, Toys, Books. 3089 Bar-
health cert Call Michelle, der Creek Rd. Brooke Es-
537-9621 tales 683-0678
CKC registered Chihua- Crestview
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$306. Call Diane RUMMAGE SALE
652-4122
Saturday, March 22nd
CKC Yorkie-Poos- will 7-1 1am 295 W. James
be very small. Health Lee Blvd. News Bulletin
cert./shots. Call Parking Lot
537-2279, Baker Open To the public.
Booths are $10. to rent,
Female Boston Terrier all proceeds for booth
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ons. Make great pets. ,rl lr l
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2 Salon stations
2 Hair dryers w/chairs
Ratan Loveseat and Chair
2 Shampoo Chairs
2 Wall Mirrors
Bik Leather rocker re-
cliner w/foot-stool span-
ish rocker, used king mat-
tress qreat condition. Call


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Garage door
Used Insulated Garage
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4120- Sales
4130 Employment
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Other American Realty
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FT Snack Bar Florida, Inc.
Manager 682-4822 or
Needed at Heritage Plan- 651-5717 EHO
station Golf & Country *126 Hampton Dr. 2br,
Club. $8/hr + tips. And 1.5ba $545
Beverage Cart Agtendant, 0640'Industrial Dr. 2br,
PT, $67hr + tips. Will be- 1 ba $650
come FT in near future. 02592 Victoria PI, 2br,
Contact Jeff Marks or Levi 1ba, $685
Oxford at *3139 Earl Kennedy Rd.
850-652-2000 2br 1 5ba $695
0659 Griffith Ave. 3br,
Publishing/Printing 1.5ba $725
*9 Flora Cove, 3br,
REPORTER 2ba, $800
Needed For 0311 Strawbridge Dr
aNeeded For 3br, 2ba $900
Walton County 039 Regent Rd
The Walton Sun, the 3 br, 2ba, $1000
weekly community news- *210- James St. 2br,
paper for south Walton lba $650
county, is seeking a gen- *2856 Penny Ln. 3br,
eral assignment reporter 2ba, $850
at its office in Santa Rosa 0296 Oakview PI. 3br,
Beach. 2ba $800
Must be familiar with P3957 Bear Creek Rd
newswriting practices 2br, 1.5ba $825
and have ots ofwant-to. *374 Brackin St. 3br,
Must be able to generate 2ba, $825
own stories beginning on 0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
day one. MusT be coam- 3br, 2.5ba $845
pufer comfortable and *217 Southview Dr. 3br
able to work on multiple 2ba $850
projects simultaneously. 0221 Pinoak Ct. 3br,
This is not a job for feint 2ba, $850
of heart of hobbyist. 019 Holly Rd. 3br, 2ba,
E-mail resume or letter of $900
interest to: thewaltonsun 1 812 Wdterwat Dr.
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Web ID 27795965 *216 Citadel Lane 4br,
2ba $1200
S104 Musko ee Trl.
N*riM TfllAY 3br, 2ba, $1300
W 2252 Titanium Dr. 4br,
2ba $1400
Retail/Wholesale r 268 Bell Ridge Dr.
02820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
Stickers, 2ba, $1050
Maintenance, & 0226 Southview Dr.,
Loading Dock *132 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
Workers 2ba $1050
Immediate' Openings for 06219 Winstead Rd,
National Retailer. Start- 3br 2ba $875
ing Friday 3/14/08. In- *130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
terviews will be held $875
3/11/08-3/13/08 01002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
For interview call Kathy 2ba, $1000
850 423-1818 or *223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
866-438-5226 Drug $1400
Free Workplace. Visit us at
Web ID #27795934 www.era-american.com


oL-.14 restview


0 4U 1 Apple Dr
3 br 2 ba $750+dd
0 1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
*513 WingSpan Way
3br 2V2ba $1000+dd
0 5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mo+dd
0 4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
o 2932 Sholtz Ave.
3br, 2ba $1000+dd
* 6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $850mo+dd
0 4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 2V2 ba
$2000mo +dd
0 202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
0 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
0 143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba $875mo+dd
0 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 1443 Thunder Ridge
Road
3br, 2ba $950mo+dd
0 211 Warrior
3 br, 2 ba, $1200mo



Do Something


Good For

Tomorrow


RECYCLE




TODAY!


NfEW rOBAY
Bowflex Sport
Machine
Like New
Get In Shape For Sum-
merl Machine allows
90 + exercises. Leg ex-
tension, rowing & every-
thingl Cost $ 1200 new.
Sellin for $600. Call
682- 617


NfW TWAY
HotSpring Spa
2005 p of line
HotSprin Spa, Vista
(model SS) 500 gallon,
still under warranty.
Payed $9100. Incl. re-
tractable cover & chem-
icals Excellent condi-
tion $6000 obo.
(856)867-0800


.. .

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


3 br 2 ba, $800
* 265 Lindber St
3 br, 2ba 825
* 420 Oak Place
3 br, '2ba, $895
* 124 Walker Circle
4 br, 2 ba, $975
* 6451 Moonlight Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $995
* 1317Jeffrine Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
* 1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
0 179 Conquest Ave
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
* 5963 Linene Dr
3 br, 21/2 ba, $1250


Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse Country living 3/4 .mile
Terrace, Crestview Fl north of High School.
32536 1850)689-1515 3br 1.5ba, $800/mo.
or 85 nut 682-5922 $860 security deposit.
*307 WalnutAve br No pets. Call'830-8411
1ba 700sf, $450 triplex or 52-2722
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1 st month rent free
6286-A Henderson St
2br 1 ba, 900sf, $525
triplex IIIAV
*2957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets. f1 0"
02716 Paddock Circle,
4br, 2ba, 2097sf, Crestview 3br 1ba,
$1 195 endless pool 1400sf, $700/mo.+dd.
0262 Swaying Pine Ct *2br 2ba 1400sf
3br 2.5ba 1,309sf, $750mo. Calf 865-0184
$960, End Unit TH-
*268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
*270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome W U
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
975, neatownhome8sf, Crestview Foxvalley
0274 Swaying Pine Ct- S/D. 4br, 3eba, O
$960, new townhome w/approval. 1 st last &
02385 Susan Drive- sec. dep. $1500/mo.
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf, Avail June 1. Call Rick,
$895 waterfront 850-420-6288
*226 Runnymeade Drive
2br 1.5 ba, 930sf,
$660 townhome
02385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. 1 br, 1 ba Crestview spacious
1352sf, $5 util. incl. home..Great location.
0114 Feldon Drive, 3br Fenced yard. Pets ok.
2 ba 1426 sq ft,'$900 Great natural view. Safe,
half off first months rent family neighborhood.
* 5814 Reinke Drive- 4 850-423-9728
br, 2 ba, 1518 sf, $895
pool, /2 off 1st mo. rent
*109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br 2 ba,' 1025 sf
$1 025, fenced w/large
deck
*3267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $845.
1st month rent free First time Home Buyer?
& 5590 Wheeler Place, Zero Down 100% Fi-
3br 2ba, 1636sf, nancing. Seller pays all
$1075 cul'e-sac closing costs. Beautiful 4
*2838 Tamiami Trail br, 2 ba below market
4br 2ba, 1942sf, value in Crestview. Own
10695 1st month rent it today Must qualify.
tree. $185K. 678-2924
04815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
S114 Hampton Drive Janet Johnson
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550 Janet J nson
TH Realty, Inc
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br, Equal Housing
2ba 1200sf, $850. No 6 rtunity
04859 Kensington Lane, 42-1800
3br, 2ba, 1427sf,
$100 '/2 off 1st months Baker
rent 0 1108 Blackberry Circ.
0803 Aunt Polly Place, 4 br 2 ba, $1300
3br, 2ba 1702sf, Laurel Hill
$1695 marble fireplace 0 3329 Berr wood Trail
0 128 Patton St. 2br, 3 br, 2 ba, $600
1 ba, 900sf, $625 lawn Crestview
care provided triplex 0 687 Valley Road
0122 Mill Pond Cove, 2 br, 1 ba, $695
4br 2ba, 1812sf 2365 Susan Drive
$1650, screened in tiled 3 br, 1 ba, $695
porch 689 Valley Road
for further information 3 br, 2 ba, $750
visit www.cbjmeproperty 5292 Opportunity Dr
management.com 3 br, 2 ba, $795
1 A06020 Gqncsn


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 204 Booker St.
$575 2 b, 1 ba
* 227 Walker Circle
$750, 3 br, 2 ba, I cg
2117 Hagood Looqp
$1250,4 br, 3 ba, cg
No pets
*428 Riverchase
$1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
No pets
S391 Riverchqse
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
1800, 3br, 2/2ba, 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 Hill
3 Br, 2 Ba 2cg new
home $975/mo. Section
8 accepted.
682-5533 or after hours
850-956-2553


$440mo. Uuietpark. No
pets. Military & seniors
welcome. 850-585-8192


NEW TOBAY
Crestview, 2 Bedroom
1 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
posit, call 682-9653 or

Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
3104 Holley Dr., no
pets. 682-1972
Niceville completely re-
modeled 2br, 1 ba
$595/mo + $595 dep.
259-8646








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


BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
5100 Business
Opportunities
5110- Money to Lend


I s o5100
Post Office
Now Hiring
Avu. pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT
Offered by Exam Ser-
vices not affiliated
w/USPS who hires.
1-866-497-1015







IREAL ETA7TjFOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals,
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


NEW TroAY
Crestview
NE n WV Room for Rent
g $450. mo Everythin.
Smincluded call 682-6714
Lakeview, Cape Cod r
house 4br 2ba, FP, car-
port. $850. DeFuniak 6170
Springs Call 892-4744 I-.--- 1-!- -I
Baker; Newly remod-
eled 2br, Iba, mobile
home on quiet 1 acre lot.
Lg front porch, furnished
or unfurnished $550mo/
--- $550dep, no pets/smok-
ing. Ret. Required Sen-
iors welcome 537-2510



WNCrestview T r, 1 ba,
NEWTOAYCrestview 2brl1sa,


Employment Opportunities
Aquatic Biologist/Assistant Manager
MasterAquatcs-Fl. is located in Crestview, Florida and has one full-time
year-r6und 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 Misisssippi.MasterAquadt also providesdistribution, 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 the aquatic industry
with the ability to obtain a pesticide applicators license.
Applicant should be career-oriented with mechanical aptitude and
computer knowledge. Experience with boats, outboard motors, trailers and
ATV's Is required.
Apply by March 15,2008. Send your resume to: Master Aquatics, c/o
John Cortell, 709 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536
or by E-mail atjcortell@masteraquatics.com.
w w w. master q uatic s.co m


Crestview


2130 ]
Round & Square Storage Unit
Bales Hay for Sale Fert. Sale everything
& Shed kept Dry, Baker m o
FL. All cut this summer must go.
35.00/Rd Dansher Storage Unit
4.00/Bale #D43.3/15/2008
.0 54 8:00AM Dinning room
850-582-1054 Table 4/chairs(black), 6
1/2 foot X-mas Tree 2
..- -~.. twin set mattress and box
S springs and frames, 1 full
bed mattress and box
springs, 1 California
King mattress and box
springs frame, micro-
wave, 2 sets-washer and
dryers (Hotpoint, Ken-
more) TV stand, Round
MERCHANDISE barbe ue, Love seat
I (light blue, Recliner dark
3100 Antiques blue, chi(ds recliner dark
3110 Appliances blue and miscellaneous
3120 Arts & Crafts toys, ect. 850-376-1639
3130 -Auctions
3140 Baby Items Crestview
3150 Building Supplies Huge Inside
3160 Business
Equipment Yard Sale
3170 Collectibles Most Thurs-Sat
3180 Computers urs
3190 Electronics 9:30am
3200 FirewoodF 429 N
3220- Furniture ,
3230 Garage/Yard Sales Hathaway St
3240 Guns Across from Twin Hills
3250 Good Things to Eat Park. Everything V2 offl
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing Crestview
3280 Machinery/ Large Yard Sale
Equipment Fri 7am -
3290 Medical Equipment "
3300 Miscellaneous Everything Must Gol
3310 Musical Instruments You name, we've got it.
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 208 Forest
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel Pkwy
3340 Sporting Goods Off N. end of Valley Rd
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


S3100 Crestview
All Types of Watch & Moving Sale
ClockRepair, grandfa- Moving Sale
others, mantels, cuckoos, March 14 & 15, 8 AM
weuyntiques, Call ch 1 8A
9-u60atiques, Cal Till 3 PM. Furniture, yard
689-1007 stuff, odds & ends.
Everything goes 5457
Old Beth1l Rd.

Crestview
Moving Sale
Ron's Appliance & Fri & Sat -8:00-11:30
Parts open 8am-6pm, 897 N. Pearl Like new
Mon-nri. 8-1 Sat. Appli- washer $10. Other items
ance parts, appliance re--
pair. 215 N. Main Crestview
Street, Call 689-1007. Multi Family
After hours 305-8515 Yard Sale
3115 Mar. 8-12
3151 Border Creek,
22 Brooks Estate Furniture,
3---- 220wfi toys, clothes, tools & misc
Brand new firm king items
mattress paid 900.00 C tv,
sell for $ 500.00.00 Futon, Cresvew
exc. cond. $ 130.00' Sat. 7-Noon
Stereo stand, silver exc. Daycare items, baby girl
cond. $160.00 clothes: -0-9 months,
850-685-0869 carseat, swing & misc.
429 Alonzo Dr.
Queen Mattress 682-1188
Set
$200.00. Excellent Con-
dition. Please call *I
850-240-4145 WN I


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-2 -414 ge Yard Sale

S3230 March14 & 15 8AM-
4 PM Hand Tools, Ca-
Baker noe, Marbles, Air Puri-
fiers, Dishes, Jig Saw,
Thurs. & Fri. Sander and much morel
5329 Hwy 4 1820 Waterway Dr. (Off
Hardware, tables and Dad's Rd.)
misc.
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
NfW AV r ecial placement or-
W 682-4305 Jacki
682-4305


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CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 2008


Litter Happens 10 71 1. 0

r .- ---- r-1 acre lots vacant or .
**" : '- L .; EW TdgAY NEW TOgAY NEW TgAY with9home Auburn area. NEWTOgAY
..-: NEnery Efficient For sale by owner; 3br, HOLLY HILLS 2000 24x54 3 br 2 ba
homes 2ba, lare Beauty, just listed. Desira- on 91/2 acres
4% DOWN Qualty constructed by kitchen, 1d c eei qual- i r AY $195 000 682-2984
4%"OWdcnsr uc.. "r ,1,; a $ ,900.' 2 neighborhood, qu.. .


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CressstyIsTeW N
b,.. REALESTA~f


PAYMENT
CREDIT & $6,000
TOWARD
CLOSING COSTS
for qualified buyer on
two Jeremy Stewart Brick
homes. Located one
block from Baker School
& priced in the Mid
$18 O's!
TEEL & WATERS
REAL ESTATE
682-6156 or 582-9696


$19,900. Mild re C.
Heaton realty, Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806


NEW rooAY


For Sale GREAT HOME
y O Country Setting on 1 Ac.
By Owner 1632s, 3br 2ba with
Owner Finance 2c, Reduced to
2 & 3. BR1Vhomes ,$1"W9,9951
S&3resve BR''ar h Mildred C. Heaton Realty
Cres537e9798 area nc 850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806


built. $189,995'. Mdildred
C. Heaton Realty, Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806


LOOK
Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987


BAKER 71
OWNER NEW ARIZONA
FINANCING LAND RUSH!
As little as $500 down 1 or 21/2 "Football Field"
Buy now, build later sized lots! $0 Down $0
Paved road, 1 block from Interest, $159-$208/mo.
Baker School. $29,900 Money back guaranteed
Teel & Waters Real Es- Toll-free 1-800-603-6233
tate 682-6156 or www.sunsiteslandrush.com
582-3821.


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant for
Award Chevrolet, would like
to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


AN AM R ERICAN M VtJ10N
ward ,Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


S... : .


CHEVROLET


.2 A T-..f


MONTHS ON ALL 1/2 TON SILVERADOS
IN LIEU OF REBATES


7SILVERADO SALE PRICE
31Crew Cab 4x4 5 4 46 A
MSRP DISCOUNT & REBATE l
$31,415 $6,9462 ,4'J" 'V


08EQUINOX
MSRP SALE PRICE
$23,035 noQ C
DISCOUNT & REBATE 19 8
$3,177 '
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, ONSTAR, ALM, WHEELS AND MORE


07 SUBURBAN
MSRP SAI PR'Ic


PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, ONSTAR, TRAILER TOW, 3RD ROW SEAT,
LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL


] L- V -


%ON ALL HEAVY DUTY MODELS
WITH WELL APPROVED CREDIT
1 9 IN LIEU OF REBATES


01 SILVERADO
O DIESEL CREW CAB
MSRP SALE PRICE
$42,95534626
DISCOUNT & REBATE $34l626
PW, PL, TL, AM FM CD, ALM. WHEELS, TRAILERING PKG.,
INTEGRATED BPAYVF ONTPOLLER


081MPALA
MSRP SALE PRICE
$22,390
DISCOUNT & REBATE $ 8
$3,394
PW, PL,CR, TL,AM FMCD,ONSTAR,POWERDRIVEERSEATAND MORE


08MALIBU

$19,570
PW PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD


AN AMERICAN


REVOLUTION


08TAHOE


HYBRID

COME TEST DRIVE


CRESTVIEW 682-2731
FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW


Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates and dealer discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Low rates in lieu of rebates. Sale ends 3/19/08.


HEW nIIOAV


Navarre ~ BEAUTIFUL
David's Landing HOMESITE!
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba, 6 gorgeous acres, huge
2150sf home with water hardwood trees, very
view. Lg. whirlpool tub level'5 mi. north of town.
and separate shower in A must seel Mildred C.
master bath. 9 ft. ceilings Heaton Realty, Inc.
downstairs, fireplace, 850-689-1334 or
separate living room/ 850-582-3806
dining room. 2 car gar-__
age. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
$250K. Come see to be-
261-0322, leave msg. N W


BEAUTIFUL LOTS!
There are twelve 1 to
2.65 acre lots in Indian
Trail Subdivision. Priced
between $41,000 to
$55,000. Teel & Waters
Real Estate 682-6156 or
685-8125.


Crestview,
wooded 1
$30,000.
902-2843


Beautiful
acre lots.
Call


GREAT LAND
BUYS
and winter is the time to
look at. land for many
reasons- safer to walk
better visibility and I
.have 30 acres, adjoining
Blackwater Forrest,
paved, quiet road. Tim-
ber, creek, $5500 P/ac.
And 8.5 Ac. adjoining
200 Ac. Blackwater For-
rest parcel and 45 ac-.
res 1250 ft. paved road
with pond near Blackwa-
ter. Mildred C. Heaton
Realty Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806




THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
RENTALS
345 PEGGY DRIVE
3BR/2BA/2CG, fenced yard,
screened porch,
pets ok,
$1,200/month
996 GEORGIA AVE.
2BR/1BA, pets ok, vinyl
privacy fence (front & back)
with an electric gate
for back yard, FL. Room,'
fire place,
$850/month
5218 MOORE LN.
LEE FARMS
4BR/28A/2CG, pets ok,
$1,300/month
8052 LUDLUM RD.
LAUREL HILL
2BRI/2A, FP,w/large
den on 4 acres,
horses/pets ok,
$850/month
4418 WILKERSON BLUFF RD.
HOLT
4BR/3BA, fenced in yard,
on 10 acres
horses/pets ok,
$1,200/month

HOME FOR SALE
996 GEORGIA AVE.
2BR/1BA, vinyl privacy
fence (front & back)
with an electric gate
for back yard, FL
Room, fire place,
$153,900
494 JILLIAN AVE.
4BR/2BA/2CG, brick
home,Westview
Estates Ph.11.1,
980 sq. ft.
$189,900
1171 WALKER DR.
BAKER, FL
4BR/2BA, brick, 2 acres,
in ground pool,
3,500 sq. ft,
$437,900




Bay/is & Davis
Realty
Your Cresti'Jell' Connection

5 .


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Do Your Part.


Don't Litter.


.AUCTI SUmtARCH 9T


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Sward


08COBALT

$12,929
AUTO TRANSMISSION, AC, AM FM CD XM


$39,100
DISCOUNT & REBATE
$8,115


$30,985


JL -L .IItOvvvl


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AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercratt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


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


2005 Ford Escape
Limited auto, loaded.
26,000 miles, excellent
condition. $15,500,
850-983-0025 or
850-723-6500


Dodge 1/2 ton, 318
Eng, stretch cab. $900.
537-2095
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
122,500. 537-8160
GMC 2500 HD 2005
EXT Cbb 57000 miles
Black Loaded call
758-1020

Asto a-n "
TRUCK
Toyota Tundra 2002
TR)D off road, Very
Good Condition.
88000 Miles, Still un-
der warranty, $13,000
or best offer Call
850-537-8145 or
850-748-4820.



Astro Van '03
work van, runs good,
new A/C $5500 obo.
Call 534-4442



NEW TOfIAV
95' Chapparel
Sunesta 220
25' deck boat 250hp
Blue Book 9000, sell as
is $5000, stored inside
at Legendry 837-6044.


Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year to rob
or buy parts oft. Please
call B64-5745. Leave
message if no answer.



NEW rOllAY
2003 Terry
Travel Trailer
Terry M-29J 30' Travel
Trailer w/tow package,
electric slide room, 2
doors, rear receiver
hitch low miles, awning
AM/FM/CD, central
air/heat, Queen bed,
sleeps 6, excellent condi-
tion. $17k OBO.
(850)682-9047


Xtreme Boats
All Welded, All Aluminum Boats.
S5l0-$1,000 Rebates on allXtreme Boats,
We also sell Smoker/BBQ, Fyers,
Utility Vehicles. Bonifay FL
www.xtremeindustries.com
Toll Free 1-866-684-3376




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