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Publication Date: March 19, 2008
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New Burger King to replace 1975 landmark


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
A backhoe takes down a portion of the Crestview Burger King on west James Lee Blvd. on Monday
afternoon.



Hold the pickles and



bring on the backhoe


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW It never at-
tained National Historic Land-
mark status, but Crestview's back-
wards Burger King drive-thru on
U.S. 90 has achieved a consider-
able degree of regional fame.
No one can provide concrete
proof, but local tales place the
anomaly in the Guinness Book of
World Records and other sources of
trivia.
"It's one of the Trivial Pursuit
questions, did you know?" said
Crestview resident Pam Witcher,
who has had her share of visits to
the awkward pick-up window.
But by Tuesday, the local land-
mark was on its way to becoming
a pile of rubble. A new, more suit-
ably oriented, Burger King, will be
built on the site.
The restaurant's manager of
18 years, Sherry Dunn, was at the
backhoe controls that took the first
bite out of the old restaurant.
"It's a bittersweet feeling,"
Dunn said. "But the new restau-


INSIDE
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about the Burger King on U.S.
90 on Page A6.

rant is going to be really, really
nice."
"We are going to miss it,"
Witcher said of the backwards
drive-thru. She and her grandson,
Jake Walters, 4, were watching
from their van on the side of Hick-
ory Avenue as a backhoe ripped
into the structure.
Others, such as William Rogers,
who watched the demolition with
his son Will, 13, from their SUV,
won't miss the oddly arranged
drive-thru.
"I didn't like it," said Williams.
"It wasn't real convenient."
Melissa Bracewell, who now
works in the Winn-Dixie phar-
macy, also worked the drive-thru
in the early '90s. She began to
take notice of a regular customer.
"He would just come through.
We would get to talking," she


said.
One day there was a wreck
in the drive-thru lane. The lady
whose car' was hit called her
friend Randy Bracewell.
Melissa recognized him as the
friendly customer she'd talk to,
but mistook him for the lady's
husband.
"Later we asked how she was.
'No, no, that's not my wife,' he
said. He was real adamant about
that," Melissa related.
Randy Bracewell's visits to the
Burger King drive-thru became
more frequent.,
"He would just basically come
through for breakfast and just
pick up something for some-
body," Melissa said. "It was
kinda funny, because he would
always get food but he wouldn't
eat it. He'd take it to somebody
else, just to visit me. Finally he
asked me out."
Melissa and Randy Bracewell
were married in 1993.
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Community



mourns Josey


Popular contractor was killed in
a motorcycle accident Sunday


Wendy Victoria
&
Kyle Wright .
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Mike Josey was the
kind of guy who woIld
drop everything he was
doing to rescue a pair of
dogs stranded in Bluewa-
ter Bay.
True story. Chris Palm
of Palm Insurance Group
in Crestview saw it for
himself. The dogs were
his.
"That's how miraculous
of a guy Mike was," Palm
said. "He always looked
out for everybody else."
Palm's story was one of
many examples of selfless-
ness retold early this week
as the Crestview commu-
nity remembered Josey,
who died Sunday in a car-
motorcycle accident.


JJosey of Okaloo-sey
wasoa well-
known busi-
nessman,
the future
president of
the Build-
Mike ming Industry
But Mike Association
of Okaloo-
sa-Walton
Counties and past presi-
dent of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce.
But Mike Josey, who
was 44, was much more
than all of that, say people
who knew him. He was the
proud father of two chil-
dren, 15-year-old Wesley
and 18-year-old Danielle,
and they were what he
liked to talk about most.
0 "His first priority in his
life was his kids," Palm
said. Palm recalled Josey's


See JOSEY 6


Dawn Onuffer
Special to the News Bulletin

Local residents Kristy
Beausoleil and Beth Bry-
ant were both honored
on stage recently for their
achievements in their busi-
nesses.
Beausoleil and Bryant
are both independent con-
sultants for the gourmet
food and gift company
Tastefully Simple.
The company recently
held its regional confer-
ence, Tastefully Simple on
Tour, at Jacksonville.
Bryant, who is a Team.
Manager, was honored for
being No. 1 in sales for her
team for the Southeast Re-
gion.
Beausoleil, who is a Se-


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nior Consultant, was hon-
ored for being in the Top
Ten in Sales for the confer-
ence.
At the two-day event,
Beausoleil and Bryant
enjoyed recognition cel-
ebrations, participated
in training and learned
about Tastefully Simple's
new spring-summer prod-

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Okaloosa County commissioner field gets crowded


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW The
field for the District 1
County Commissioner
seat has grown to six,
three times the number of
candidates for any of the
other districts in Okaloosa
County.
In the fray, alphabetical-


ly, are Thomas Cannon Jr.,
Thomas R. Carmical, Ron-
ald L.F. Connor, Wayne
Harris, Ralph H. King
and Andrew Wheeler.
Except for Connor (a
Democrat) the candidates
are registered Republi-
cans. All are Crestview
residents.
Each hopes to succeed
present District' 1 Com-


missioner Sherry Camp-
bell, who is running for
representative of Florida
House District 5.
The primary election
will be held Aug. 26.
The general election is
Nov. 4.
Other north Okaloosa
County residents who
have filed to run for
county offices:


Don Howard of
Crestview will seek an-
other term as Clerk of the
Circuit Court. He cur-
rently is unopposed. ,
Robert Thacker of
Crestview has filed as a
Republican candidate for
Okaloosa County Sheriff.
Others who have filed,
all Republicans, are John
Lollar, William Patterson


and incumbent Charlie
Morris.
Paul Lux of Crest-
view has filed as a Re-
publican' candidate for
Supervisor of Elections.
Douglas. Hutcheson also
has filed as a Republican.
Current Supervisor of
Elections Pat Hollarn has
announced she will not
seek another term.


Cathy Thigpen has
filed to seek another
term as Okaloosa County
School Board District 4
representative. She cur-
rently is unopposed.
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sa.com/ElectionCandidates.
aspx?eid=23 to view state-
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Crestview resident Dale Weigand gets his blood pressure checked at the health fair by nurse Cynthia Watters, LPN, of
the Crestview Health Center.




Nothing to sneeze at


Health fair

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Daniel
Tackett's allergies didn't
stop him -from enjoying
a ride around Crestview
High School with his sis-
ter Anna in their red wag-
on Saturday morning.
They happily played
with balloons and .other,
souvenirs from the vari-
ous booths at the fifth
Asthma and Allergy
Health Fair.
The fair, which last
year attracted more than
500 participants, afforded
their parents, Sarah and
Rob Tackett, the opportu-
nity to learn more about
allergies and treatments
available.
Allergies and asthma
are serious matters, par-
ticularly to their sufferers
and their families, but the
fair's carnival-like atmo-
sphere allowed its orga-
nizers to present material
in a lively way.
In addition to infoima-
tional booths staffed by
area hospitals and clinics,
general health was pro-
moted by organizations,.
including the Crestview
Police and Fire depart-
ments and the Crestview
Area Chamber of Com-
merce. An exhibition of
vintage automobiles on
the school's front yard
proved a popular draw as
well.
Activities included
a life-size version of the
"Operation" game, in
which players tried to ex-
tract prizes using a giant
pair of tongs without set-
ting off the "patient's" red
nose light and buzzer.
Speakers throughout
the day discussed serious


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Under the watchful gaze of nurse Jeseca White, RN, Richbourg Middle School sixtlh-
grader Christopher Morgan demonstrates his surgical skills at the North Okaloosa
Medical Center's life-size "Operation" game during the health fair.


pediatric health concerns.
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Norwood performed mu-
sic between delivering his
"Keep it Straight, Ameri-
ca" message of combating'
drug abuse and other peer


pressure, issues. Lunch
was provided by Ryan's
Steak House.
The yearly fair is a non-
profit event and is the
county's. only pediatric
health fair.


"It's really people who
serve the community and
a volunteer committee
that have come together
to provide a day of educa-
tion and fun," said spokes-
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Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Firefighter charged with DUI after wreck injures deputy


Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office deputy Cpl. Mark Raiche was taken to hospital in Pensacola


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

An off-duty Ocean
City/Wright firefighter
has been arrested under
multiple charges stem-
ming from an alcohol-re-
lated traffic crash about 6
a.m. Sunday morning.
Scott Allen Brace, 33, of
Crestview, was traveling
north on State Road .85
in the southbound lanes,
when a Witness said he
forced an Okaloosa Sher-
iff's Office deputy off the
road.
Cpl. Mark Raiche suf-
fered multiple injuries
in the accident and was
flown by helicopter to
Sacred Heart Hospital
in Pensacola where he is
currently in stable condi-


tion, according to a Mi-
chele Nicholson of the
Sheriff's Office.
"As Cpl. Raiche crested
a rise in the highway he
was met by a northbound
vehicle in his lane," the
Sheriff's Office arrest re-
port stated. "Cpl. Raiche
(pronounced "Raysh")
swerved to the right in
order to avoid striking
the vehicle head-on."
"Cpl. Raiche's vehicle
left the road onto the
right shoulder and after
sliding sideways over-
turned numerous time,"
the report continued.
"Cpl. Raiche sustained
. serious head injuries and
a lacerated liver as a re-
sult of the crash."
It was also determined
that Raiche suffered a


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputy Cpl. Mark Raiche was
driving this patrol car when he was hit by an alleged drunk
driver.


broken rib.
Witnesses to the crash
said Brace's black Chevy
Tahoe then crossed the
median and continued


northbound in the correct
lanes. They were able to
get a license number and
alert authorities.
"The vehicle and Brace


were located at Brace's
residence," the arresting
deputy's report stated.
"I did observe that Brace
had glassy and watery
eyes and a flushed, red
face. I detected a strong
smell of alcoholic bever-
ages coming from Brace's
person. I *also observed
that Brace's speech was
mumbled and slurred."
Brace confirmed that
he had been drinking pri-
or to d-riving the Tahoe
north to Crestview.
"He stated he had be-
tween a moderate amount
and a lot of alcoholic bev-
erages to drink," the re-
port said.
Brace's breath sam--
ples gave readings be-
tween .139 and .130
g/210L. ,(The state- legal


level is .08.)
Brace was arrested and
charged with DUI, caus-
ing a traffic crash with
serious bodily injury. He
was also charged with
leaving the scene of an
accident with injuries.
"Cpl. Raiche is an out-
standing deputy who was
recently promoted to the
rank of corporal because
of his dedication and
professionalism," said
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Charlie Morris through
a release. "The thoughts
and prayers of everyone
in the agency are with
Cpl. Raiche and his. fam-
ily as he recovers."

Read an interview
with Cpl. Raiche at
crestviewbulletin.com.


Two arrested after OCSO search


of marijuana growing operation


Crestview News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Drug Task Force (DTF)
has raided another mari-
juana indoor growing
operation.
The DTF executed a
search warrant at 428
Cooper St. in Crestview
'on March 5, according
'to an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office press re-
lease.
According to the re-
lease, the search warrant
was obtained during an
investigation into the il-
legal sale of controlled
substances
Once inside, investiga-
tors discovered an indoor
hydroponic marijuana
growing lab, (MDMA)
"Ecstasy", cocaine, mari-
juana and a trafficking


amount of methadone.
Approximately a half
pound of marijuana was
found, as well as a grow-
ing lab in a child's closet.
Deputies also noted that
there were bare electri-
cal wires, two full/active
large C02 tank canisters
and numerous chemi-
cals used for the growing
operation in that closet.
A commercial self-con-
tained growing lab was
located within the mas-
ter bedroom. Smoking
devices and other drug
paraphernalia was lo-
cated throughout the
house.
The house residents,
25-year old Stephen Fee
and 26-year old Sarah
Fee, are charged with
possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute,


cultivation of marijuana,
possession of MDMA,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession
of cocaine, possession
of controlled substance:
methadone and child ne-
glect/endangerment. .,
According to the
press release, Sarah Fee
had been arrested at the
Crestview Courthouse.
The case was concluded
over the weekend when
Stephen Fee surrendered
to authorities.
It was the DTF's sec-
ond bust of an indoor
marijuana growing oper-
ation this year. The first
occurred on Feb. 5 at 28
Country Club Drive in
Destin. Forty-three pot
plants were discovered
inside a converted closet
at the home.


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John Riley Barnhill
Road closed today
John Riley Barnhill Road
from Sherman Kennedy
Road to State Road 189 in
the Baker area will be closed
today from 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Signs will be posted.
Local traffic will have access
'to homes, but there may be
a slight detour. Crews will
be laying new storm drains
across the roads.

Elections offices
will be closed Friday
The Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Of-
fices will be closed March
21 for employee training.
Offices are located on Wil-
son Street in Crestview
and in the Water & Sewer
Building in Fort Walton
Beach.
Voice mail messages will
be answered when the of-
fices reopen on March 24.


Local man charged
with sexual battery
A Crestview man has
been charged with sexual
battery in connection with
an alleged incident Jan. 10
in a wooded area of north
Okaloosa County.
Anthony William Roca,
23, was arrested Monday,
according to an Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office ar-
rest report.
Roca 'was interviewed
by police Jan. 14. According
to the report, he told police
he had consensual sex with
a woman at his residence.
The report said Roca de-
nied having sex with the
woman in his truck in the
wooded area.
Roca was interviewed
again Jan. 17. According
to the report, he told po-
lice he had consensual sex
with the woman' in his
truck near the power lines
off of Shotgun Trail. The re-


port said Roca told police
he washed the truck, "at-
tempting. to get rid of any
evidence."
The report states a doctor
who examined the woman
Jan. 10 said she found evi-
dence of sexual abuse.
Roca is scheduled to
appear at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in
Crestview on April 8.

Area teen charged
with stealing firearms
An investigator
searched a teenager's bed-
room in Crestview and
found five stolen firearms.
The teen is charged with
armed burglary and grand
theft for stealing the guns
from Old Hickory Road in
February.
The teen admitted to
burglarizing the home
with another suspect and
stealing the guns along
with a coin collection.


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JIBRI S. MOORE, 26, of
105 Ellington Road, Crest-
view, was charged with sell-
ing cocaine within 1,000 feet of
public housing.
3/5: WENDYKAYBROOKS,
36, of 2969 Aplin Road, Crest-
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scription fraud and contribut-
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3/6: JEREMY SHAWN
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Tenn., was charged with bur-
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sion of burglary tools. DER-
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277 Buck Runtm D-ive, Nashville,
Termnn., was charged with two
counts of burglary, and one
count each of grand theft, pos-
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criminal mischief. MICHAEL
DIONELL FOREMAN, 28, OF
215 Oglesby Ave., Crestview,
was charged with battery.
3/7: IRVING LAWRENCE
WESTBROOKS JR. of 612 Lee
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with domestic violence/bat-
tery.
3/8:JIBRISHAVALMOORE,
28, of 127 Beacons Bend Road,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
3/9: TIMOTHY SCOTT
THACKER, 20, of 503 Ander-
son St., was charged with grand
theft.
3/10: A 13-year-old Crest-
view teenager was charged
with criminal mischief totaling
less than $1,000.
3/11: Paul Matthews Wil-
liams, 25, of domestic violence
- battery by strangulation. *
RICHARD WHIPPLE, 43, of
3485 Kingbury Drive, Macon,
Ga., was charged with being a
fugitive from justice. ROBERT
E. COCHRAN,58, of 294 Ander-
son St., Crestview, was charged
with making false 911 calls.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
crime reports
2/26: NATASHA NATAYE
SILER, 24, of 107 Edgewater.


Drive, Crestview, was charged
with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. Yalonda
Necole Lee, 24, of 5537 Brackin
St., Crestview, was charged
with possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
2/27: A 16-year-old Crest-
view resident was charged
with possession of crack co-
caine. LEA ANNE BEALL,
26, of Highway 90 Apt. 63, was
charged with violation of pro-
bation on the original charge
of battery/domestic violence. *
GHAZWAN FAMEL BROWN,
24, of 225 Kennedy Place, Crest-
view, was charged with viola-
tion of probation (felony).
2/28: RAE STEPHAN
ARMS, 36, of 5311 Old River
Road, Baker, was charged with
grand theft auto.
3/1: A 17-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with bur-
glary to a conveyance/petit
theft.
3/3: A 17-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with rob-
bery no firearm or weapon
and selling, manufacturing or
delivery of a Schedule 1 con-
trolled substance. JENNIFER
LEE HARRIS, 30, of 3036 Jam
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with six counts of worthless
checks. NATHAN JOSEPH
WOOD, 32, of 229 W. Pin Oak
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with a worthless check.
3/4: WILLIAM DAVID
DEWEBER III, 22, of 5010
Okaloosa Lane, Crestview,
was charged with fleeing or
attempting to elude a law en-
forcement officer and resisting
arrest without violence.
3/5: HARVEY JAMES
BRUNDIDGE, 19, of 104 Brent-
wood Lane, Crestviewv, was
charged with burglary to a ve-
hicle.
3/6: ANDREW MAR-
SHALL, 28, was charged with
burglary and battery.
3/9: A 17-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with
armed burglary and grand
theft.

Fort Walton Beach
crime reports
HAROLD LOUIS ROB-
BINS, 36, of 3420 Melissa Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of crack cocaine
and possession of narcotic par-
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A4 Crestview News Bulletin


EDUCATION


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008,


Find out how kid-safe the Internet is


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW As kids, to-
.day's adults were taught, "sticks
and stones may break my bones,
but words will never hurt me."
Looking back, that say-
ing was pure hogwash. Those
schoolyard bullies' words did
hurt, dang it.
Today's bullies go a lot high-
er tech than simple playground
taunts. Cy.ber-bullying is a major
problem, say local educators.
Bullying and online predators
are two major Internet safety is-
sues raising parents' concern
as children keep more closely
abreast of current technology
that often eludes their parents.
Afi upcoming parents' Inter-
net safety seminar at Richbourg
Middle School will help parents
keep up with their kids' online
activities.
"What we want to do is make
parents more aware of issues
and concerns of students on the


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Brian Hughes /
Crestview News Bulletin
Richbourg Principal Bob Jones
wants local parents to know
what their kids are up to on the
Internet-and how they can
protect their kids from cyber-
bullying, online predators, and
plain immature pranks that can
affect their kids' futures.

Internet," said Principal Bob
Jones.
Richbourg's seminar, to be
held on March 27, will include:


Social networking sites in-
cluding MySpace and Facebook;
Cyber-bullying; and
Safety on the Internet.
"The idea is to help parents
understand how to keep up with
their kids," Jones explained.
"Many parents are not as savvy
on the Internet as their kids."
During the seminar, parents
will learn how to log onto so-
cial networking sites in order to
monitor their children, as well as
whom their kids talk to.
Eric Mitchell of the Okaloosa
School District's technology de-
partment will be on hand during
the seminar. He will have several
computers set up so parents can
have hands-op experience actu-
ally logging into MySpace
"Once you put something
on MySpace, it's there," Jones
said. "Colleges, military and job
recruiters often monitor these
places. Kids aren't aware when
they do or say silly things how it
can effect their lives."
Cyber-bullying can be even


RICHBOURG INTERNET SAFETY SEMINAR
Thursday, Mar. 27, 6 p.m., Richbourg Middle School
Free admission, but advance registration is requested. Call Donna
Bouton at (850) 689-7229 or e-mail jonesb@mail.okaloosa.k12.fl.us.


more hurtful than the old-fash-
ioned in-your-face method be-
cause young people, feeling safe
at their keyboards, notch up the
rhetoric more than they would
in person.
"Students can basically write
anything they want about some-
body," Jones said. "They don't
know it's the same as walking
up and saying it to them."
Jones said there are at least
two documented cases, in the
United States of student suicides
directly attributable to cyber-
bullying. A Crestview High
School student was recently ar-
rested for threatening another
student online.
The Richbourg seminar was
the idea of an SAC parent, Jerri
Toolan, who is organizing the


program, Jones said. It is open
to any parents, including those
whose students don't actually
attend Richbourg.
Jones requests that interested
parents please call or e-mail in
advance so organizers can ac-
commodate all who are interest-
ed. There is no cost to attend.
Richbourg's seminar will
help parents share the benefits
of social networking sites with
their students, while better pro-
tecting their kids from cyber-
bullies and predators.
"MySpace and Facebook
themselves are not evil," Jones
said. "They both can be benefi-
cial. My wife and I keep up with
our kids who live out of town
this way. It's a great way to com-
municate."


RICHBOURG STUDENT ARTICLE


How to be a successful middle-school student


Ausani Wilks
Richbourg Middle School

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category.
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half of the year then tries
to make up for it near
the end of the year, or
you can be one of those
students who does his or
her work, stays on task
and works hard in what
he or she believes in.
Hopefully you will


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you will have to main-
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yourself as well as oth-
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graduates. Six hundred Sci
twelve individuals gradu-
ated from the college for Cre,
the fall semester. Godda
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Students earning High- Certi'
est Honors, a grade point Cre.
average of 4.0, include: ler, Sha
Associate of Science R.Long
Degree Highest Watsor
Honors Lau
Crestview: Joshua E. ers
Rose Paxi
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Holt: Angela D. Scott mon
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clude: Stuc
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Crestview: Laura Eliza- includE
beth Childers Bach
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of 3.5 to 3.79, include: Georg
Associate of Arts Sabrin
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Crestview: Jeff Claudio, Brittan
Nicole M. Olson, Justin A. ley Da
Palumbo, Vanessa Rittle, Marsh,
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or substance abuse, be employed in convent
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By phone: 682-4432
By fax: 689-4788

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"How desperately
difficult it is to be hon-
est with oneself. It is
much easier to be hon-
est with other people."
Edward White Benson,
Archbishop of Canter-
bury.





Miller, Keesha Larae Mur-
phy, Julie Myhre, Dana
Renee Odom, Maria-Jose
Meredith Perry, Sarah M.
Rogers, Joshua Robert
Smith, Julie Rae Stanton,
Sara Tomlinson, Michelle
Renee Von Almen, Mat-
thew Watson, Rebecca S.
Wells
Laurel Hill: Denielle
Maurice, Casey Millner
Associate of Applied
Science Degree
Crestview: Lanier Ken-
neth Gray, Milton Dan
Harris Jr., Shawn Kelly,
Jimmy Lopez-Beniquez,
Yesenia McPhaul, Paul
Smith Mixon Jr., Vanessa
Ann Payne, Henry Allen
Quarles Jr., James Franklin
Reeves II, Sarah M. Rog-
ers, Ross D. Weidenham-
mer
Laurel Hill: Jeri Rebec-
ca Bowen, Jamie Cassidy,
Gary Davidson
Associate of Science
Degree
Crestview: Debbie D.
Bergeron, Rebecca Castle-
berry, Angel G. Moore,
Anne Puette
Certificate
Baker: Charles L. Don-
ovan, Christopher Dread-
ing, Wendy Lynn Keller
Crestview: Charles R.
Bonta, Timothy Butler,
Melissa Cromer, David
T. Dobson, Michele Lynn
Dowdy, Michael Grey Du-
bose, James Allen Hallford,
Joshua Paul Hill, Andrew
McKeon, Jeffrey Allen
Morgan, Charles Nabers,
Linda D. Pyron, Benjamin
Santiago, James Gerald
Ward, Nolan Surrell Weeks
III, James Daniel Whitley
Laurel Hill: Celetha D.
Ansley
Applied Technology
Diploma
Crestview: Nancy J.
Blakely

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in Florida. Applicants must also
have been bona fide residents of
Florida for two years, and be reg-
istered to vote.
Applications maybe obtained
from Supervisor of Elections Pat
Hollarn in the Crestview and
Fort Walton Beach offices. One
nominee from Okaloosa County
will be selected and forwarded
to the FSASE Scholarship Com-
mittee to compete on the state
level. Deadline for return of ap-
plications to the Supervisor of
Elections office is March 26,2008.
For more information or to have
an application packet e-mailed
or mailed to you, contact Sabrina
McLaughlin at (850) 712-0538
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stview: Jaimes Dem-
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Florida State Associa-
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hips at their annual
ion to be held in May of
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008


Local man dies in accident WOMEN continued from Al
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Kevin Michael "Mike"
Josey, 44, died Sunday
evening when a vehicle
pulled into the path of
the motorcycle 'he was
driving. His son, who
was riding as his passen-
ger, was injured in the
accident.
Josey, of Crestview,
was riding north on
North Ferdon Boulevard
about 5:30 Sunday eve-
ning when southbound
motorist Ruth Lake Ly-
ons, 85, also of Crest-
view, attempted to turn
her 1993 Chrysler van
left across the north-
bound lanes onto Com-
merce Drive. Josey's
2004 Harley Davidson
struck the right side of
the van.
Josey received serious
injuries and was trans-
ported to the North Oka-
loosa Medical Center by
Okaloosa County EMS


Special to Florida Freedom Newspapers
Mike Josey with his children, Wesley and Danielle.


personnel, where he was
pronounced dead, ac-
cording to a Crestview
Police Department state-
ment. Jmosey's son Wes-
ley, 15, wiho was wearing,
a helmet at the time of
the cras h, suffered non-
life-thre-atening injuries,
including a broken arm
and broken leg. Mike
Josey w.gs not wearing a
helmet, according to the
statemeltnt.


,No charges have been
filed against Lyons, ac-
cording to Lt. Jamie
Grant with the Crest-
view Police Department
Investigations division.
"We are going to com-
plete the investigation
and turn the report over
to the state attorney's of-
fice for review," Grant
said. "We will'make any
arrest decisions based on
their recommendation."


JOSEY continued frorn Al


excitement when Wesley
harvested his first deer a
few years ago.
Josey was born and
raised in Crestview and is
survived by his two chil-
dren, as well as his parents,
Glenda Kirkland and Jerry
Josey, and a twin brother,
Mark.
Jill Lancaster, a long-
time business partner, said
Mike believed strongly in
community service and
was also active in the Li-
on's Club for a number of
years.
He is a former president
of the Crestview Lions
Club.
"This is a big loss to
the community," said
B.J. Thomhave of Fox-
wood Country Club, who
worked with Josey in the
Lions Club.
Thomhave said Josey
encouraged him to join
the Lions Club. He shared
his memories of stand-
ing outside First National
Bank in Crestview and
handing out mints during
Lions Club activities.
"I can't talk enough
about the good things
he's done," Thomhave


said. "Fie's just an all-
Americain good guy."
Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce Director
Wayne H[larris said Josey
made a positive impact
on the organization.
"He was an inegral part
of the chamberr" Harris
said. "Albout his time (as
president) is when every-
thing started moving for-
ward in f[he chamber."
Josey had a hand in
the design of two struc-
tures important to Harris
- Harriis' home, and the
new chamber building go-
ing up on the north side of
the city.
"He'll. be sorely missed,"
Harris said.
Palm shared an office
building with Josey for
many years.
Their friendship grew'in
recent years. Josey rekin-
dled Palin's interest in mo-
torcyclin:g. The two shared
many .happy moments
motorcycling and fishing.
Palm said Josey's person-
ality "filled up the room"
wherever they went.
"The three words that
come to mind are 'larger
than life'," Palm said,


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"Mike lived life large, and
he would want everybody
else to live life large as
well."
Palm recounted the
story about Josey and the
dogs as an example.
Palm's two golden re-
trievers once started swim-
ming across Bluewater Bay
in pursuit of some birds.
Palm had no way to track
them down.
Out of the blue came
Josey on his Sea-Doo, just
dropping by for a visit.
Palm told Josey about
his dilemma. Without a
second thought, Josey took
off on his Sea-Doo.
A while later, he re-
turned with the two dogs.
"Every time there was
a need, Mike was there,"
Palm said. "He will be
missed."


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Want to see your story
on the front page? Submit
your article and/or photos
to Kyle Wright at kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com, or
bring your material to the
News Bulletin office. Put
"Front Page Story" in the
subject line or on your
printout.


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Why was the drive-thru
built backwards at the
Burger King on U.S. 90?
Pete Oglesby was man-
ager of Crestview's first
Burger King when the cel-
ebrated window was con-
structed;
"Believe me, I tried my
best to talk them out of
that," Oglesby said.
He even drew up a plan
to have the restaurant's front
doors face Hickory Avenue
instead of West James Lee
Boulevard, which would
have allowed the drive-thru
to be correctly oriented.
But because Burger King
then didn't own the land
necessary for an exit lane
at the back, Oglesby's plan
wasn't adopted.
Compounding the prob-
lem was the widening of
West James Lee Boulevard,
which resulted in the loss
of a chunk of Burger King's
front property needed for
an approach lane.
Oglesby, now a sales rep
for Florida Microfilm and
Office Supply in Crestview,
said the backwards drive-
thru was installed in late
1978 or early 1979.
"They built the backward
drive-thru just to have one
because McDonald's had
built theirs first," Oglesby
said.

Will the new restau-
rant on the site also have a
backwards drive-thru?
Burger King district


manager' Gary Overby said,
"The new one won't have
a backwards drive-thru,
thank God."
Burger King employees
who frequently worked
the old cirive-thru reported
bruised hips from having to
lean so far out of the win-
dow to ,deliver orders and
receive :payment from driv-
ers.
"It's kind of a nightmare
for us, but everybody else
seems ti: like. it," Overby
said. "Siales incentives are
based on. how fast you move
[customers through] that
drive-thru," and the odd
orientation slowed down
the process.

Wheni will the new
building; be completed?
The new store, which
will seat 80 people, should
be ready in three to four
months, I will face Hickory
Street, Overby said, just
as Ogles.by had suggested
back in 1978.

Is the backwards Burger
King rea lly mentioned in a
Trivial P ursuit game?
The News Bulletin called
the Hasb ro Games Division,
publishers of the popular
parlor game.
"The Burger King story
must be an urban legend
as we have no information
at all in cur data base," said
Helen Van Tassel, associate
manager of Hasbro's public
relations office.
Like the drive-thru itself,
a popular urban legend has
fallen to pieces.


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Mrs. Lois Anita Allen
Owens, age 87, of Skyline
Drive in Crestview, passed
away Thursday morning,
March 13, 2008 at a Crest-
view health care facility
after an extended illness.
Mrs. Owens was a native
of Jenkins, Ky., and a for-
mer resident of Tucson,
Ariz., before moving to
Crestview five years ago.
She was a homemaker and
of the Church of Christ
faith.
Survivors are her sons,
Wayne (Cleo) Owens of


Crestview, Kenneth Dale
(Barnell) Owens of Atlan-
ta, Ga., Lynn Allen Owens
of Round Mountain, Ca-
lif., and Thomas Phillip
(Bonnie) Owens of South
Lake Tahoe, Calif.; one
daughter, Kathleen Lois
(Charles) DeLapp of Red-
ding, Calif.; 11 grandchil-
dren and 13 great-grand-
children.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Raymond Owens; sister,
Mary Kern; brother, Jim
Allen; father and mother,
Victor and Willie Allen;
and a daughter, Lois Ar-
menta Owens.


Visitation was held Sat-
urday evening, March 15
from 6 to 7 p.m. at Wil-
liams Memorial Chapel
Funeral Home, Inc., 2353
South Blvd, Brewton, Ala.,
with Rev. Dave Barrentine
and Rev. Brandon Byrd
officiating. Interment fol-
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Williams Memorial Chapel
Funeral Home directing.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest-
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clicking on the blue and
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Crestview News Bulletin
M&F Bank is conducting
a raffle for a large
commercial gas grill from
Lowe's. The bank asks for
a $2 donation per ticket, or
$5 for three tickets. The grill
is available for viewing at
M&F Bank. The drawing will
be held April 18 during the
Crestview Relay For Life.
The Duke it Out Relay
For Life team is selling
smoked Boston butts for
Easter. Cost is $20. The
meat will be available for
pick-up March 22 from 4 to
5 p.m. in the Publix parking
lot. Contact Gene Cox at
902-1076 or Loney Whitley
at 537-4654 by March 20 to
place your order. Proceeds
go to the Relay For Life.


The L-3 Crestview
Aerospace High Flyers
Relay For Life team
presents Singing for a
Cure Day on March 22 at
Old Spanish Trail Park.
Musical acts, including Jim
Hubbard, Dixie Duo, Usual
Suspects, Paradise Burning
and Cheryl Lynn Bragg, will
perform from 10 a.m. until 5
p.m. Food will be available
for purchase. Several items
will be raffled off. Admission
is $5 per person. Children
under 10 admitted free.
All proceeds go to the
American Cancer Society.
The Crestview
News Bulletin will hold a
rummage sale March 22
from 7 to 11 a.m. Booths
are $10 and all proceeds
from booth rentals benefit


Relay For Life. Sale
proceeds may be donated
as well. Tables and chairs
will not be supplied. The
event is open to the public.
A Relay For Life Luau
will be held at noon April
5 at the American Legion,
898 James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Entry fee $1
at the gate, and feast for
$5 a plate. Bring your
family out for a moon jump
(small fee), 50/50 drawing,
raffles, and other activities.
All proceeds go to the
American Cancer Society.
For details, call Gloria at
974-0253 or Angela at 758-
1198. No personal coolers
permitted on premises.
The legion is not liable
for personal or vehicular
damage.


Top local recipe could win a pearl necklace


Crestview News Bulletin

Entries still are being
accepted for the Lewis &
Co. Jewelers/Crestview
News Bulletin Recipe
Contest.
The creator of the top
local recipe will win a gift
certificate for a $200 pearl
necklace from Lewis & Co.


Jewelers.
Submit your recipe and
the story behind the reci-
pe (100 words or less) to
kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com, or bring your recipe
and the backstory to our
office.
Entry deadline is 5 p.m.
on March 24.
Finalists will be invited


to prepare their recipe for
a panel of judges at the
News Bulletin at noon on
Wednesday, March 26.
A collection of local
recipes will be printed in
the Eating In/Dining Out
area food and dining spe-
cial section in the March
29 edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin.


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports


MARCH
ROAD CLOSURE:
John Riley Barnhill Road,
from Sherman Kennedy
Road to U.S. Highway 189,
in the Baker area, will be
closed Wednesday, March
19 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and signs will be posted.
Local traffic will be able to
access their homes; how-
ever, there may be a slight
detour.
This is part of the Three
Rivers Conservation &
Development Council
Stream-Crossing Grant
Projects, and crews will be
laying new storm drains
across the road. Please
plan accordingly.
OSTF PAGEANT:
April 5 at Crestview High
School's auditorium,
sponsored by CHS cheer-
leaders and directed by,
Angela Ferdon-Cotton
and Grace Ferdon. The
pageant for Kings and
Queens ages 0-5 years is at
2 p.m., and continues at 6
p.m. for ages 6-21.
Entry deadline March
29 at 12 noon (no excep-
tions). Mandatory re-
hearsal April 3 at 6 p.m. in
the CHS Auditorium, and
mandatory interview for
entrants ages 16-21. De-
tails: 682-0031, 682-6129
or 682-2175.
CRESTVIEW CLASS
OF '63 REUNION: March
29 at Gum Creek Lodge in
Baker. Please RSVP with
Glenda at 682-3200 or
Margaret at 682-4459.
FRIENDS OF THE
LIBRARY MEETING,
BOOK SALE: Thursday,
March 20 at 10:30 a.m.
Speaker: Bob Gorin, Oka-
loosa County Public Li-
brary Cooperative.
The spring book sale
will be held Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday from
April 4-6. Preview sale


Friday, 5-8 p.m. $1 for non-
members. Saturday and
Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to
4p.m.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida
Blood Center include:
Wednesday, March
26 Woodlawn Baptist
Church, 824 N. Ferdton
Blvd., Crestview 1- 6
p.m.
April 5, 10 a.m. to 1
p.m., American Legion
Post #75, 898 James Lee
Blvd., on US. Highway 90
East in Crestview.
MAIN STREET
BOARD MEETING: The
Main Street Crestview
Board of Directors meet-
ing will be held March 20
at 6 p.m. in Crestview City
Hall's Council Chambers
(198 N. Wilson Street).
Open to the public.
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.
BOOK & VIDEO
SALE DONATIONS:
Friends of the Crestview
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 arrange for pickup of
books andLmovies.
All types of hardbound
and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.
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 Linden-
berg at 689-8446 to RSVP.
EASTER PAGEANT:
March 22 at 2 p.m. in at


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Crestview High School.
Sponsored by CHS Fel-
lowship of Christian Ath-
letes
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
http/ /triciarogerspag-
eants.com online.
FLORIDA TRAIL AS-
SOCIATION: For more
on any of these activities
visit http:/ /westgate.flori-
datrail.org online.
Saturday, March 22 at
8 am. Volunteers needed
for trail maintenance on
Nokuse Plantation. De-
tails: (850) 862-1903.
Tuesday, March 25 at
6 pm. Monthly meeting
at LaRumba restaurant
in Niceville. Visitors wel-
come. Details: 682-6098.
Friday, March 28 Sun-
day, March 30. Annual
Conference and Hiking
Festival at Stephen Foster
State Park, White Springs,
Fla.
BEGINNING GENE-
ALOGY CLASS: Monday,
March 24 from 6-8 p.m.
at the Crestview Public
Library at 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the post
office). Preregistration not
required.
WOMEN'S HISTORY
MONTH SEMINAR:
"Women's Art Women's
Vision" seminar will be
held Friday, March 28
from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
in the Building K com-
munity gallery on the
Okaloosa-Walton Col-
lege Niceville campus.
The seminar is $12 and
includes lunch. Seating is
limited. For more infor-
mation or to register, call
729-5290 or 729-5291.
FARM & HOME
EQUIPMENT AUC-
TION: March 29 in Paxton
at 10 a.m. at U.S. Highway
331 at the old airport just
south of the Sheriff's sub-
station. Equipment check
in March 26-28 from 2


p.m. to 6 p.m., and Satur-
day the 29th from 7 a.m.
- 9:30 a.m. only. Help will
be available to load out
purchases on the day of
the sale. Details: Call Bill
at (850) 834-3031 or Neil at
(850) 834-4250.
GFWC WOMAN'S
CLUB SPRING BUFFET:
March 30, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at 150 Woodlawn Drive,
Crestview (behind Wood-
lawn Baptist Church).
Meatloaf, chicken and
dumplings and sides,
with drinks and desserts
included. Dine in or take
out. $10 for adults and $5
for children under 12 with
proceeds going to the
Group's charities. Tickets
and information: 683-9117.
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.
Tuesday, 25 March,
3 p.m. Bike ride on Pen-
sacola Beach. Meet in the
parking area under the
beach ball looking water
tower. Supper afterwards.
Honcho: Clarice Hebinck.
Wednesday, 26 March,
4 p.m. monthly planning
meeting in the Auditori-
um Building of the UWF/
OWC campus on Martin
Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in
Fort Walton Beach. Sup-
per afterwards. Honcho:
Clarice Hebinck.
Thursday, 27 March, 3
p.m. Bike ride in the Blue-
water Bay Subdivision/
Resort in Niceville. Sup-
per at a nearby restaurant.
Honcho: Maria Bayes
(897-6756).
Saturday, 29 March,
2 p.m. Kayak Seven Runs
Creek east of Niceville
and north of Bruce. Sup-
per afterwards at Nick's
Restaurant in Freeport.


You need your own kay-
ak/canoe for this activity.
Honcho: Clarice Hebinck.
A two night/three day
trip to the Chief Ladiga
Rails-to-Trails Bike Path
in the Anniston, Alabama
area has been planned for
early April. Contact Cla-
rice Hebinck for details.
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 Crest-
view.
Yoga takes place every
Tuesday morning at 8:45
a.m. in the SC.
March 20 and 21:
AARP from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the SC.
March 24,10 a.m., Book
Review Club in the SC.
March 25, 10 a.m. line
dancing in the Wellness
Center, and 5 p.m. dinner
crew in the SC.
March 26, 10 a.m. new
member orientation in the
SC.
March 27, noon
brown bag and Game Day
in the SC.
March 28, 7 a.m.,
Grand Casino bus leaves
at 7 a.m. Park in NOMC's
back lot..
LOW IMPACT AERO-
BICS FOR SENIORS:
The Senior Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Blvd. in Crest-
view is hosting low im-
pact aerobics every Mon-
day from 9-10 a.m. A $5
fee applies. Call Tammy
at 682-0647 for details,
and feel free to pick up a
calendar for other activi-
ties at the center.
INAUGURAL TOUR
FOR VETERANS: WWII
veterans who wish to at-
tend the tour of the World
War II Memorial in Wash-
ington on April 30 may
apply for an application
through Okaloosa Veter-
Sans Services at 689-5922
or at the 601-AN. 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.
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March 29, 8 a.m. to 12
p.m.
Donations will be ac-
cepted from March 22-28
Tuesday through Satur-
day, 10 a.m. 4.p.m., or by
appointment.
For details or to donate
items, visit the museum
at 115 Westview Avenue
in Valparaiso or call 678-
2615.
BOOK STORAGE
NEEDED: By the Friends
of the Crestview Library
to store books for upcom-
ing book sales. Call Flo
Lembeck at 689-1535 if
you have storage they can
use.
FWB LIBRARY VOL-
UNTEERS: Needed to
teach its computer pro-
grams, including a basic
computer class, e-mail
class, Internet safety, etc.
For details, e-mail fw-
blibr@fwb.org or call 833-
9590.
The library is located
at 185 Miracle Strip Park-
way, 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.


APRIL
LIBRARY LECTURES:
are every first Tuesday at
10 a.m. The April 1 pre-
sentation is local author
C. J. Holbrook with "Writ-
ers Aglow: The Christian
Fiction Book Market."
See schedule at www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm online.
RELAY FOR LIFE
LUAU APRIL 5:12 p.m. at
the American Legion, 898
James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Entry fee $1 at the gate,
and feast for $5 a plate.
Bring your family out for
a moon jump (small fee,
50/50 drawing, raffles, and
other activities.
All proceeds go to the
American Cancer Society.
Details: Gloria at 974-0253
or Angela at 758-1198.
No personal coolers
permitted on premises.
The legion is not liable
for personal or vehicular
damage.

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Opinion & Editorial


Brian Hughes I Cre.t-,iew New' Bulletin
Good NOD recipient Mia Hagedorn heads
the HOPE organization. The group's efforts
on behalf of the city's homeless and
underprivileged earned our admiration.
Let's hear your recommendation for a News
Bulletin Good NOD. Call 682-6524, or e'-mail
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com. We'll recognize
the do-gooder in the Crestview News Bulletin
and at crestviewbulletin.com.

What are NODs?
NODs are "North Okaloosa Deeds."
Every other we e'll recognize people
and organizations who performed "Good
North Okaloosa Deeds." People who per-
form Good NODs will receive a certificate
from the Crestview News Bulletin. \Ve'll
also shake our collective heads at some
"Bad North Okaloosa Deeds."

Good NODS
A Good NOD to Creshiew l-Hgh School
senior wrestler Kyle Miller for becoming the
third CHS wrestler to surpass 100 career wins
Miller went into his final high school compeb-
bton, the FHSAA Region 1-2A meet, with 99
career wins. He earned two victories at the
regional to finish his career with 101 wins.
A Good NOD to Crestview Fire Depart-
ment Battalion Chief John Riedel, who was
able to combine needed training while allow-
ing one of his on-duty lieutenants to handle
some very personal business. During a drill
on Feb. 25, and with the prior approval of the
restaurant manager. Chief Riedel's firefighters
rolled up to La Rumba with three trucks and
their crews, all in full firefighting gear. Lead-
ing the charge into the restaurant was Lt. loes
Lambert, who headed straight to the table
where his girlfriend. Katie Schh tter was hav-
ing dinner with a friend Lt Lambert dropped
to one knee, presented a ring and popped
THE question Katie said "yes," and Lt. Lam-
bert headed back to duty. We send a Good
NOD to a firefighter who recognized a very
".rirgent need for one of his men and-found a
./creative way to allow him to fulfill ] while not
,'compromising duty to the commuhty.
A Good NOD to Pastors Lau" and Enos
',Ali for their work on the Breaking Thru minis-
. ..fty for the needy. The Alis have planned a 10-
acre complex off of Boy Scout Road.bewhveen
Mossy, Head and DeFuniak Springs with a
shelter and church. The Alis plan to accommo-
date "whoever God sends our way"

Do yiou know of' csomeoneiit' ho pe formnd d
"Good North Okaloosa Deed"? Call 682-6524 or
e-mail ktlewit'@cresn'siewlnletin.com.e'W 11 recog-
nize the do-gooder in the Cres l iew 'te7 L Bulletin
and at crest'ieiubulletin.com.


Profundity
Brian Hughes

"'There is nothing so inspiring in life
as the sight of legitimate ambition,
no matter how incipient. It gives col-
or, force and beauty to the possessor."


Theodore Dreiser
(1871-1945)
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It's hard to imagine a
world without heroes. At
the American Red Cross, we
work with heroes every day.
They're the backbone of
every hometown and repre-
sent the essence of our orga-
nization.
Heroes touch our lives
each day.- making us feel
safe, making us feel proud.
For three weeks begin-
ning March 17, 15 heroes in
Crestview will be embarking
on what seems like a monu-
mental task, raising $1,000
each to benefit the life-saving
work of the American Red
Cross of Northwest Florida.
Their hard work and hu-
manitarian spirit will enable
our chapter to continue to
provide warmth and comfort
to disaster victims, transmit
important messages to our
military members serving
overseas and help us train
our community to prevent,
prepare for and respond to
emergencies. They will. truly
be Heroes for the American
Red Cross. .,
Our Heroes are incred-
ibly inventive in.the ways
they choose to raise money.
If you come into contact with


a Hero in the coming weeks,
please thank them for their
commitment to our com-
munity and be as generous
as you can in support of the
work of the Red Cross.
We couldn't keep our
promise to help our neigh-
bors without your precious
gifts of time, money and
blood. Please support our
Heroes for the American Red
Cross this month.

Thank you,
Wayne Harris,
ARC Campaign Chair


Man wins truck

in MOPH drawing

To the Editor:
The Military Order of the
Purple Heart Chapter #566
would like to thank all the
people who worked on rais-
ing money selling truck tick-
ets. This was a lot of work for
all its members who put in
their time for this event, and
you must remember all of it
was volunteer work on their,
part.
. Most of all, thank you to..


all the people who bought
tickets, made donations and
for all your support to help
the Chapter #566 in raising
this money for the good'
cause of helping MOPH
Veterans and their families.
On March 17 at 10 a.m.,
the MOPH Chapter #566,
at Sandy Sansing Chev-
rolet Dealership and with
the kind participation of
WYCT-FM Cat Country Ra-
dio Station, had its drawing
for the Chevrolet Silverado
2008 pick-up truck.
Attending this wonderful
drawing were Sheila Loh-
beck, Carl (the main man)
and the rest of the Sandy
Sansing employees. Bill
Sharon, Max Wright, Mike
Cook, Ray Sanders and I, of
the MOPH Chapter #566,
and Dana Cervantes, Cat
Country Mascot and the PR
Girl for Cat Country, were in
attendance.
About five minutes before
10 a.m., Dana conducted an
interview with Bill Everett
who told her that the money
raised from the sale of the
truck tickets (above the ac-
tual cost of the vehicle) in the
four counties would stay in


these four counties to help
the many MOPH veterans
and their families.
At 10 a.m., according to
Mike Cook's watch, Dana
Cervantes did the drawing
in front of about 25 people,
and the winner is "Scott
Rickard, from the Navarre,
Fla. area."
Dana from Cat Country
called Mr. Rickard, but all
she got was his answering
machine, and a message was
left for him to call us back
ASAP at Bill Sharon's phone
number.
About 30 minutes later
Mr. Rickard called Bill Sha-
ron and was excited to hear
of his win, and he had lunch
with Bill Sharon (Monday).
Congratulations, Scott!
At 10 a.m. on April 4, the
presentation to Mr. Rick-
ard of the keys for the 2008
Chevy Silverado Truck will
be held at Sandy Sansing
Chevrolet, 6200 Pensacola
Blvd, Pensacola.
Again, many sincere
thank yous to all who particid
pated in any wa. ay .

, Military Order of ithe Purpe
.Heart Chapter #566


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PASSING Passing the baton
Kyle Wright

We've passed the baton in Randy looks forward to of the "Southern Sports Tonight's" flagship station,
the Crestview News Bulletin reconnecting with the coach- Tonight" radio program, released a strong statement
sports department. es and athletes he covered was arrested March 7 and of support for McKinney.
Sports Editor Robert for The Hub. charged with theft, rack- I have no information
Young's last day at the News He was scheduled to get- eteering and six counts of on the situation beyond the
Bulletin was March 13. a running start Tuesday with investment fraud. information provided in the
Robert and his new bride an interview at Laurel Hill McKinney's "SEC Insid- Okaloosa County Sheriff's
celebrated their wedding and an appearance at the er" newspaper column has Office press release. It would
Saturday and will be mov- Crestview-Choctawhatchee appeared in the Crestview be irresponsible to comment
ing to the New York City baseball game. News Bulletin since 2005. either way on the situation.
area soon. Please welcome Randy I've known McKinney The News Bulletin will
We wish Robert and his as he continues the ongoing since I moved to the Pan- not run McKinney's "SEC
wife all the best in the big race to make the Crestview handle in 2005. I see this as Insider" column until his le-
city. News Bulletin the top source an unhappy story, no matter gal situation plays itself out.
A familiar face already for coverage of north Oka- how it ends. My only hope is that jus-
has started his duties as the loosa sports. If McKinney is found not tice is served.
new face of north Okaloosa guilty, then it's unfortunate
County sports coverage. Another familiar face he faced these charges Kyle Wright is the News
Randy Dickson, who in the area sports scene If he is found guilty, then Bulletin editor. Contact him at
covered area sports for The popped up in the headlines it's an unfortunate story for 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
Hub, will serve as the new for the wrong reasons last all involved. crestviewbulletin.com. Visit the
Sports Editor for the Crest- week. Star Broadcasting, which "Passing Shots" blog at crest-
view News Bulletin. Scott McKinney, the host owns "Southern Sports viewbulletin.com.


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Crestview News Bulletin I All


Gay retires from


the U.S. Air Force

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Liza M. Gay has retired from
the U.S. Air Force after 20 years
of faithful military service.'
She is the daughter of How-
ard E. and Dianne M. Phillips
of Braham, Minn.
Her husband, Jeffrey, is the
son of Franklini M. Gay of Fort
Walton Beach, and Judith E.
Brinkley of Crestview. -
Prior to retiring, Sergeant n
Gay served as the Non-Com-
missioned Officer-in-Charge,
.Military Personnel, 53rd Fight-
er Wing, Eglin Air Force Base Liza Gay
in Valparaiso.
During her distinguished
military career as a personnel
specialist, she served around
the world at locations including Cannon Air Force
Base, Clovis, N.M.; Andersen Air Force Base, Agana,
Guam; Hanscom Air Force Base, Bedford, Mass.;
and Yongsan, Seoul, South Korea.
Her awards and decorations include four awards
of the Air Force Commendation Medal, Joint Service
Achievement Medal and the Air Force Achievement
Medal.
She graduated in 1986 from Blanco High School,
Texas, and received her associate's degree from the
Community College of the Air Force in 2007.

Simmons completes basic

training at Lackland

Air Force Airman Anastasia
L. Simmons has graduated from
basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Anto-
nio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and -
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, -rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises and spe- Anastasia
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com- immons
plete basic training earn cred-
its toward an associate degree
through the Coinmunity College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Donald and Michelle Sim-
mons of Crestview.
Simmons isr a 2007 graduate of Choctawhatchee
High School.


Purple Heart group to hold elections


Crestview News Bulletin

The Military Order of
the Purple Heart Chapter
#566 "Elections of Offi-
cers" for the year 2008 to
April 2009 will take place
Saturday. This meeting
will be held at the Club-
house in Colonial Pines
Mobile Home Estates in
Navarre at 11 a.m.
"Since 2003, the elect-
ed officers have worked
very hard to accomplish
all that Chapter #566 has
achieved in the four coun-
ties of the Emerald Coast
of Florida," wrote Chap-
ter Commander William


MOPH ELECTIONS
For further information about any of these positions, con-
tact the current officers as listed below.
* Commander Bill Everett, we1538@aol.com, (850) 537-
8553
- Sr. Vice Commander Bill Sharon, BillyAndJudy2@aol.
com, (850) 936-9284
* Finance Office Michael Cook, candmcook@aol.com,
(850) 916-7338


E. Everett. "The most dif-
ficult undertakings have
been completed, or will be
shortly on March 17, 2008.
"Now it is time for the
Chapter #566 members to
reset goals to help wound-
ed veterans, to help and


support the Veterans',
Clinics and to help and
support the families of the
fallen veterans'."
The following positions
are open for election:
Commander
Sr. Vice Commander


Jr. Vice Commander
Finance Officer
Judge Advocate
Department Execu-
tive Committeeman
Sergeant-at-Arms
Three Trustees (No. 1,
No. 2 and No. 3)
The following posi-
tions are appointed by the
Chapter #566 Commander
to willing participants:
Adjutant
Service Officer
Welfare Officer
Americanism Officer
Historian
Chaplain
Color Bearers or
Keeper of the Flags.


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VA increases
vets' travel
reimbursement
The 2008 appropria-
tions act provided fund-
ing for Veterans Admin-
istration to increase the
beneficiary travel mileage
reimbursement rate from
11 cents per mile to 28.5
cents per mile for certain
eligible disabled veterans
traveling to VA medical
facilities for care. VA Sec-
retary Dr. James B. Peake
announced the change
and directed that the in-
crease. become effective
Feb. 1.
Okaloosa County Vet-
erans Services has two
locations. Call or visit if
you would like more in-
formation and assistance.
Both offices are open daily
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and
1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday. ,
The Okaloosa' County
Veterans Services office is
located at 601-A N. Pearl
St. in Crestview (689-
5922). The Shalimar office
is located at 6 11th Ave.
Suite G-3 (651-7258).


New retiree group
compensation
The National Defense
Authorization Act, signed
into law on Jan. 28, now
includes Chapter 61 Retir-
ees, a new component for
Combat-Related Special
Compensation (CRSC).
This legislation expands
eligibility to medical retir-
ees with less than 20 years
of service, effective Jan. 1.
Medically retired veter-
ans must have a 30 percent
or greater VA rated dis-
ability and must provide
documentation that shows
a causal link between a
current VA disability and a
combat related event. For
more information, contact
Okaloosa County Veterans
Services at 601-A N. Pearl
St, Crestview, or at 689-
5922.


Kenneth A. Barker


active duty for up to one
year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the op-
tion to learn a new skill,
travel and become eligi-
ble to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college
education. After comple-
tion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual
training in their career
job specialty prior to be-
ing assigned to their first
permanent duty station.
Barker is a 2004 grad-
uate of a high school pro-
gram at Washington Hol-
mes Technical College, in
Chipley. The recruit re-
ported to Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga., for basic
training in February.
He is the son of Charles
and Angelia Barker of
Crestview.

Kandace L. Cox


Kenneth A. Barker has Civilian Kandace L.
joined the United States Cox, daughter of Mari-
Army under the Delayed lyn L. Cox of Tampa and
Entry Program. The pro- Micheal D. Cox of Crest-
gram gives young men view, recently enlisted in
and women the oppor- the United States Navy
tunity to delay entering under the Delayed Entry


Program at Navy Recruit-
ing 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.
Cox will report for ac-
tive duty to undergo ba-
sic training at the Navy's
Recruit Training Center,
Great Lakes, Ill.


Inaugural tour
for'veterans
WWII veterans who
wish to attend the tour
of the World War II Me-
morial in Washington on
April 30 may apply for
an application through
Okaloosa Veterans Ser-
vices at 689-5922 or at
the 60i-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.


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008


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SECTION

BUSINESS.............. B5-B8
CLASSIFIEDS...........B10-B12


Schedule

Baseball

Pine Forest at Crestview,
Thursday at 3p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)
Crestview at Tate, Friday at 3
p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Jay, Friday at 6:30
p.m. (V)

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

Poplar Springs at Laurel Hill,
Friday at 6 p.m. (V)

Softball

Cresrview at Baker, Friday at
4 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Jay, Thursday at 4
p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)

Tennis

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

Track and Field

Crestview at Pace, Thursday
at 9 a.m.

Weightlifting

Sub-qualifier at Crestview,
Thursday at 11 a.m.
(weigh-in) and 2 p.m. (meet)

Relay For Life
Horseshoe
Tourney
The American Legion
will be hosting a horse-
shoe tournament for the
Relay f6r Life on Apr. 6 at ',
10 a.m. Entrance fee is
$5 (which is good for one
meal ticket).
All proceeds will go to the
American Cancer S6ciety.
Luau will be following the
event at noon (open to the
public).
For more information
please contact Gloria at (850)
974-0253 or Angela at (850)
758-1198.

YMCA Activities
Sign up for soccer at
the YMCA through April 1.
Members are $36 and non-
members are $45. Ages
2-14 are accepted.
Bible study is also of- '
fered from now until March
29. The door is open to
everyone.
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
Orn Apr. 11 Foxwood
County Club will be hosting
a Tee Off for the American
Heart Association. The
event will start at 11:30
a.m. and tee off will follow
at 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
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The Crestview baseball practices fielding during its workout this past Wednesday. The Bulldogs take on Pine Forest
on Thursday and Tate on Friday in key District 1-5A matchups.




Dawgs off to a hot start


Crestview baseball team in first place in District 1-5A


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It's been a hot season for the Crest-
view baseball team.
After playing nine district games,
.the Bulldogs are on pace to earn one
of the top seeds for the District 1-5A
tournament.
- Crestview (11-1 thought Mon-
day) is currently in first place in the
district.
"I'm feeling really good about our
overall performance," coach Tim Gil-
lis said.
"I had said originally our
strength was our chemistry and
we've stuck to it. We have great
chemistry and have been playing
some good ball."
Crestview has scored 69 runs and
has a team batting average of .348 ag
of March 12.
David Pyle leads the Bulldogs at
the plate with a .615 batting average.
He's 16-for-26 with 14 runs, six RBIs
and a'home run.
Augie Willis comes in second with
a .423 batting average. He's 11-for-
26 at the plate with seven runs and
seven RBIs.'


Cody Hancock comes in a close
third with a .417 batting average.
Hancock is 15-for-36 with 11 runs,
eight RBIs and a home run.
.The rest of the team isn't far off
from those top three.
"Out bats are good top to bottom,"
assistant coach Keith White said.
"We're swinging the bat really
well. We just need to work on our
fielding, because as of right now
we're making too many errors to
look past it."
Gillis agreed.
"We need to work on a little more
defense," Gillis said.
"It's a bit suspect at times, and
we're trying to practice it out and see
what happens. But I'm really, really
happy with how we're playing."
Crestview's pitching has also tak-
en a ttun for the better.
Pitchers like Pyle and Josh Ed-
wards have been crucial in Crest-
view's district wins.
Pyle has a 1.97 ERA with 21 strike-
outs in 21 innings pitched. I
Edwards is next up with an ERA
of 2.05 and 17 strikeouts in 13 in-
nings.
Jacob Bell, Andrew Wirth, Cory


Wenrich, Bo Barkley, Cody Hancock
and Jacob McCallum also have con-
tributed to the pitching staff.
The starting roster and bullpen
will have to be ready for a long week
March 25-28 when Crestview hosts
the annual PowerAde classic.
"It's always a good tournament,"
Gillis said.
"There's going to be 16 teams par-
ticipating, represented by four differ-
ent states. Florida covers the majority,
but we do have teams coming from
Alabama, Kentucky, and one team
from Arkansas. It's a chance to play
four games in four days,, and we're
going to see a lot of new pitchers and
players that'll tell us a lot about our
own team."
Third baseman and senior Wenrich
is looking forward to that weekend.
"We're going to try and win all
our tournament games," Wenrich
laughed.
"It definitely would bring mo-
mentum back into the regular season
games. Either way we're going to
have a great season." '
Look for Crestview to host Pine
Forest on Thursday at 3 p.m. (JV) and
6 p.m. (V)


A hello and a goodbye


A familiar face returns to the north county


Randy Dickson
randyd@nwfdailynews.com

Writing an introduc-
tory column usually is
easy.
You tell some things
about yourself to let
the readers get to know
you. From there you talk
about how glad you are
to be in your new posi-
tion.
After more than seven
years at the Daily News,
and two years with the
old Hub, I hope most
readers already know
me.


Most of
you know
I'm a Gulf
Breeze
grad, Class
of '76. rnd
that I'm a
Tennessee
Randy grad; Go
Dickson Big Or-
ange!
However, when I
cover a game involving
Gulf Breeze or Tennessee
I have no ties to the Dol-
phins or the Volunteers.,
I enjoy my work and
the opportunity to get
to know coaches and


players at the respective
schools, but, don't expect
me to cheer for the home
team. Yes, I'm a sports
fan, but it isn't my job to
be a fan of a, local team.
My job is to tell the
story, and I try not to let
myself become too emo-
tionally involved with
the stories I have to tell.
That's not to say I
can't sYmpathize with"
the pain after the loss of
a game, or sadly, as the
Baker football team expe-
rienced last summer, the
loss of a teammate..
My ultimate goal has


always been to have
the trust of my readers.
Sometimes that might
mean saying your son
threw an interception. or
your daughter dropped
an easy fly ball that al-
lowed the other team to
score the winning run.
Believe me, I take no
joy in pointing out the
mistakes, but to keep
your trust I must do just
that as well as point out
successes.
Sports allow us ave-
nues for both success and

See RETURNS B3


A fond farewell en route to the Big Apple


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Change is inevitable,
but is always for the best.
C'est la vie. That's life.
Unfortunately, I am re-
signing my position as the
Sports Editor here at the
Crestview News Bulletin
to pursue sports writing
opportunities up in the
state of New York.
To live in the city and
work there has been a
dream, not only of mine
but of my wife, Stacey.
We felt that.even
though our careers here


had plenty of stability
and could flourish down
the road, we wanted to
take a chance at life while
we still have our years to
gamble.
I've always been a
firm believer of fate and
purpose, and both have
guided my wife and I to
the Big Apple.
Yet I will never forget
the relationships I ob-
tained at Crestview, Baker
and Laurel Hill.
I want to thank Crest-
view athletic director
Matt Brunson and all the
coaches for the Bulldogs


who befriended me dur-
ing my stay. I also want to
thank Baker athletic direc-
tor Bob Kellogg for his
generous hospitality and
helpful hand when cover-
ing the Ga tors. And I want
to finally thank the three
hard-working coaches at
Laurel Hill Kent Zessin,
Ronnie Smith and Scott
Varnum for their pro-
fessionalism to keep up
with every sport.
I learned from every
one of those coaches how
dedication equals achieve-
ment.
Going to the three high


schools in north Okaloosa
County and meeting the
residents within them has
been an honor.
Last but certainly not
least are my co-workers at
the News Bulletin.
To Kelly Humphrey,
Kyle Wright, Jason Mob-
ley, Brian Hughes, Ann
Spann, Greg Allen and
- the rest of the crew: You,
have my many thanks
and gratitude to making
me the sports writer I am
today.
So for now I'll say,
farvel, Auf Wiedersehen,
au revoir, and farewell.


SOFTBALL
Crestview 3, McKeel 0
McKeel 000 000 0-0 3 2
Crestview 010 020 x-3 8 1

Crestview 15, Buchholz 5
Buchholz 011 030 0-5 6 3
Crestview 102 702 3-15 12 2

Crestview 10, Florida High 4
Crestview 022 204 0-10 8 3
Florida High 020 200 0- 424

Lincoln 5, Cresview 0
Lincoln 000 113 0-5 7 1
Crestview 000 000 0-0 0 1

Pace 3, Crestview 2
Pace 101 010 0-3 6 1
Crestview 000 002 0-2 7 1
W-Orr. L-Shasta Tew.

Laurel Hill 3, East Hill 1
East Hill 100 000 0-1 3 2
Laurel Hill 002 100 x-3 6 2
W-Katie Free. L-Sexton

Baker 8, Ponce De Leon 2:
PDL 000 020 0-276
Baker 000 242 x-8 6 0
W-Jauren Griffith. L-Harper.

BASEBALL
Lookout Valley (Tenn.) 14,
Baker 4
Lookout 220 132 4-14 17 2
Baker 200 101 0- 4 95
L-Jeremy Lynch.

Crestview 7, Chipley 4
Crestview 220 000 3-7 11 1
Chipley 000 010 3-4 4 0
W-Andrew Wirth. L-Jadofski.
S-Cory Wenrich

Paxton 16, Laurel Hill 0
Paxton 320 74-16 11 1
Laurel Hill 00000- 0 1 4
W-Colby Forehand. L-Ryan
Simmons.

Crestview 8, Walton 4
Walton 100 111 0-4 9 4
Crestview 030 221 x-8 10 3
W-Bo Barkley. L-Donnie Hicks.

Laurel Hill 9, East Hill 3
East Hill 001 010 1-3 6 5
Laurel Hill 013 221 x-9 12 2
W-Ethan Jackson. L-Frost.

BOYS TENNIS
Navarre 4, Crestview 3
Singles
1. Phillip Piaget (C) d. Brandon
Daugherty 6-1, 4-6, (13-11).
2. Garrett Casey (N) d. Paul
Sammons 6-4, 7-5
3. Colin Smith (C) d. Josh
Swinford 6-8, 6-0, (12-10)
4. Mike Knowlton (N) d. Cody
Dreaden 6-4, 6-1
5. Justin Littlewood (N) d. An-
gelo Fajardo 2-6, 6-1, (10-8)
Doubles
1. Daugherty/Swinford (N) d.
Piaget/Smith 8-2
2. Sammons/Sy Pinkert (C)
d. Casey/Knowlton 8-5
Record: Crestview: (3-6)

GIRLS TENNIS
Crestview 7, Navarre 0
Singles
1. Moya Moore (C) d. Kylie
Casey 6-1, 6-1
2. Nicole Johnson (C) d.
Megan Lattanze 6-0, 6-1
3. Megan Burrows (C) d,
Sarah Zhu 7-5, 6-3
4. Cora Merritt (C) d. Chelsea
Armitage 6-1, 6-1
5. Kayleigh Jentzen (C) d. Val
Baczewski 2-6, 6-2 (10-6)
Doubles
1. Moore/Merritt (C) d.
Casey/Lattanze 8-0
2. Burrows/Kristan Thomas
(C) d. Zhu/Armitage 8-1
Record: Crestview: (7-2)

BOYS WEIGHTLIFTING
Crestview 57,
Choctawhatchee 22
119:1. Clint Lukert (Cr) 350,
2. Darius Madison (Cr) 325
129: 2. Kyle Miller (Cr) 330
139:1. Joel English (Cr) 335,

See BRIEFS B3


We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community.
A R E Y O U IN V O L V E D ? Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor .JI- ). 1 .- \
Robert Young at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at roberty@crestviewbulletin.com I '


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SPORTS


A Week Recap:


What you've been missing on


the field


Crestview senior Cory Wenrich grabs a ground ball at third
base during a practice on March 12. Wenrich recently
signed with Alabama Southern.


The Crestview baseball team practices its fielding
on March 12.


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Baker junior Jeremy Lynch follows through on a pitch during the Gators' game against Ponce de Leon on March 11.


Freshman pitcher Christian Mainor delivers a pitch for
Baker during its game against Ponce de Leon on Thursday.


A Crestview batter bunts during practice on March 12. The
Dawgs have scored a total of 69 runs as of March 12 this
season.


Photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


Crestview lines up its players in a fielding drill on March 12. The Bulldogs are in the hunt for first place in the district.


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BRIEFS Hammonds' hopes dashed at Gatornationals
continued from B1


2. Brad Medley (Cr) 320
154: 1. Jacek Belienen (Cr) 390
169: 1. Damell Marion (Cr) 470
183: 1. Bobby English (Cr)
510, 2. Josh Jadin (Cr) 505
199:. Austin Berry (Cr) 465
219: 1. Joe Smith (Cr) 555, 2.
Jimmy Bolton (Cr) 515
238: 2. Cody Swenbeck (Cr)
580, 3. George Frye (Cr) 565
HWY: 1. Matt Sanders (Cr) 600

GIRLS TRACK AND
FIELD
Team scores (top 3): Rocky
Bayou 153, Jay 145, Baker 86

Crestview 83, Niceville 21
High jump: 1. Montalvo (Cr) 4-4
Long Jump: 1. Maisonet (Cr)
14-11, 2. Husome (Cr) 13-10,
3. Colmon (Cr) 13-2
Triple Jump: 1. Husome (Cr)
29-8
Shot put:. Wooden (Cr) 25-
6.5, 3. Siler (Cr) 23-3.5
Discus:. Wooden (Cr) 70-
10.25, 3. Siler (Cr) 65-7
100: 1. Turner (Cr) 13.43, 3.
Maisonet (Cr) 13.68
1600: 1. King (Cr) 5:57, 2.
Polk (Cr) 5:57.3
400: 1. Ross (Cr) 1:10, 2.
Judd (Cr) 1:15, 3. Scoggins
(Cr) 1:16
800: 2. Altonen (Cr) 2:42, 3.
King (Cr) 2:53
:200: 1. Colman (Cr) 28.28, 3.
.:Turner (Cr) 29.39
'3200: 1. Day (Cr) 12:21, 2.
Polk (Cr) 12:29
:3200 relay: 1. Crestview
11:06.50
400 relay: 1. Crestview 52.79
1600 relay: 1. Crestview 4:47

BOYS TRACK
-AND FIELD
Niceville 73, Crestview 57
High jump:. Pickett (Cr) 5-6
Long Jump: 3. Briley (Cr)
19-5
Triple Jump: 2 Briley (Cr)
36-1
Shot put: 1. Sanders (Cr)
43-9, 2. Robbins (Cr) 39-1, 3.
English (Cr) 38-4
Discus: 1.'Sanders (Cr) 135-
5.5, 2. Moser (Cr) 101-4.75,
3. Robbins (Cr) 90-3
110H: 1. Arnold (Cr) 17.41
100: 2. Cobb (Cr) 11.40
400: 1. Dorsey (Cr) 55.50
300H: 2. Robbins (Cr) 47.37,
:3. Arnold (Cr) 48.12
S800: 1. Tillmah (Cr) 2:19.44,
:200: 3. Cobb (Cr) 25.11
400 relay: 1. Crestview 44.72
1600 relay: 1. Crestview 4:00


Litter Happens



S Y ur 't rL O lbtur.
Do~ourPart, n 't lr.,


Tonita Perry
Special to the News Bulletin

GAINESVILLE Crest-
view native Tom Ham-
monds hoped to make a
home state win a reality,
but his hopes were dashed
when he failed to qualify
for elimination competition
at the 39th ACDelco Gator-
nationals at the Gainesville
Raceway this past week-
end.
Hammonds only had


two qualifying sessions to
make it to the eliminations
after the first day of qualify-
ing was rained out.
Hammonds registered a
time of 6.771 seconds (205.60
mph) in his final run for 21st
place out of 29 pro stock car
competitors, which was not
good enough to make the
qualifying field. He needed
to beat 6.743 seconds.
Hammonds said he still
experienced the fuel deliv-
ery problem with the Chevy


Cobalt that was thought to
be fixed after the first quali-
fying session. The engine
shut off in the middle of low
gear during both runs.
"This is definitely a low
gear problem, because we
run the back half of the track
as fast as our competitors,"
said Hammonds. "When we
fix our fuel delivery prob-
lems, our back half numbers
will be even better."
The fuel' delivery prob-
lem was present in the first


session, which resulted in a
time of 6.877 seconds (205.10
mph) and 26th place. The
car failed to respond to ac-
celeration, causing hesita-
tion at the line.
"For the first run we had
some problems with our
fuel pressure and made ad-
justments," explains Ham-
monds.
This same problem'
popped up during testing in
Valdosta, Ga. With a few ad-
justments, Hammonds ran


a test time of 6.630 seconds,
which was faster than the
No. 1 slot of the first qualify-
ing session of the Gatorna-
tionals.
"We are going to stay
here ... and test to fix this
problem," Hammonds said.
"Once we get this fixed I feel
we can really have a com-
petitive car."
Hammonds is now look-
ing ahead to the 21st O'Reilly
NHRA Spring Nationals,
March 28-30 in Houston.


Bulldogs gear up for big matchups this week


RobertYoung
Crestview News Bulletin

Coach Tim Gillis stood
on the Crestview High
School baseball field last
week and watched a team
come together. ,
After nine District 1-5A
games so far, the Bulldogs
are heading into more deep
-waters this week.
Crestview were sched-


titled to play rival Choctaw
on Tuesday night. The Bull-
dogs face Pine Forest on
Thursday in another big
.matchup.
CHS (11-1 through Mon-
day) beat the Eagles in the
first matchup between the
teams this spring.
"That game is going to
depend on whose pitch-
ing," Gillis said.
"The school has a really


good pitcher we didn't see
last game. If we catch him
it's going to be a different
kind of game. Pine For-
est has a lot of athleticism,
and I know it'll be a close
game.",
CHS faces Tate on Fri-
day in a matchup of the
teams currently holding the
top two spots in the district
standings.
"As of right now the


(Aggies) are the No. 2 seed,
and we're No. 1. The night
will decide who's going to
'be the No. 1, 2 and 3 teams
after that," Gillis said.
"It's going to be tough,
and no matter what Tate
is always a hard team to
play, year in and year out.
It's going to be a good ball
game."
Third baseman and Ala-
bama Southern signee Cory'


Wenrich commented on
Crestview's district run.
"I think Choctaw is go-
ing to be our key game to
clinch the district," Wenrich
said.
"It's going to be one of
our big wins if it comes
through."
Look for Crestview to
host Pine Forest on Thurs-
day at 3 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)


DART STAT


Crestview Dart League stats
as of March 13

1st Division
Hit Men 44
Armegeddon 30
Dysfunctional Dogs 24
Jaguar's 22
WEEKLY HIGH IN STATS
Bob Duboise/Steve Hindrichs
T20
Ellen Hasek 61
WEEKLY HIGH OUT STATS
'Ron Meyer 80
Ellen Hashek 75
SEASON HIGH IN STATS
Ray Knudson T20
Ellen Hashek 74


SEASON HIGH OUT STATS
Ron Meyer T13
Ellen Hashek 75
MEN'S MVP POINTS &TONS
Ron Meyers, 91, 22; Steve
Hinrichs, 83, 18; Bob Brich, 77,
16; Ray Knudson, 70, 16; John
Montford, 70, 14; Ken Bundrick,
66, 14; Wayne Matlock, 62, 10;
D.J. Parker, 50, 13; Bob Dubois,
45, 6; Mark Benoit, 44, 4; Bobby
Gainey, 43, 4; Adam Kelley, 40,
6; John Hashek, 30, 6; Mike
Miller, 29, 4; Brooks Taylor, 21,
4; Doug Cooper, 13, 2; Andy
Baxter, 11,3.
WOMEN'S MVP POINTS &
TONS
Ellen Hasbek, 55, 5; Marie
Bundrick, 18, 3.


2nd Division
Scorpions 37
Who Darted 26.5
L.A.T.C 24
Stars & Stripes,21.5
Point of Punishment 20.5
Al Riders 18
Darty Minds 18

WEEKLY HIGH. IN STATS
Brian Shoals T20
Kristina Carroll 66
WEEKLY HIGH OUT STATS
Johnathon Haggard 69
Bea Spence 42
SEASON HIGH IN STATS
Johnathon. Haggard T20
Misty Forsythe 88


SEASON HIGH OUT STATS
Rodney Brackett T06
Bea Spence 42
MEN'S MVP POINTS &TONS
Kevin Fitzgerald, 68, .16; Rich
Wesche, 68, 13; Devin Fitzgerald,
62, 14; Brian Shoals, 62, 8; Bill
Brumbaugh, 57, 10; Tom Pallone,
57, 6; Jon Burris, 54, 7; Rodney
Brackett, 48, 1; Jason Smith, 44,
4; Walt Montford, 42, 3; Darryl
Brooks, 41,7; Jack Miller, 36,5; Phil
Phillips, 34, 5; Harold Jackson, 31,
6; Kenny Blair, 31, 5; John Griffen,
29, 3; Ted .Glover, 28, 3; Russel
Carroll, 27,4; Gary Easterwood, 25,
3; Al Zimmerman, 24, 7; Jonathan
Haggard, 24, 4; Paul Carney,
24, 4; Dan Cowan, 23, 4; Aaron
Zimmerman, 20, 4; Lee Sterman,
16, 2; Rodney Lancaster, 6, 0.


WOMEN'S MVP POINTS &TONS
Judy Fitzgerald, 63, 6; Kristina
Carroll, 45, 6; Nicole Jackson,
35, 3; Misty Forsythe, 33, 1; Bea
Spence, 33, 2; Lydia Benoit, 32,
4; Jenny Montford, 20, 4; Ann
Olszewski, 20, 1; Donna Barbara,
10, 0; Jewel Boutwell, 2, 0.
2008 SPECIAL SCORES
Steve Hinrich, T80, Feb. 28 D.J.
Taylor, T80, March 6 Kenny Blair,
T80, March 6 Ellen Hashek, T80,
March 13
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Div I High Ton D.J. Taylor T80.
Div II High Ton D. Fitzgerald T40.
Stars and Stripes and 'Who
Darted Deducted 3.5 each for
not being present at the captains
meeting on March 11.


RETURNS continued from B1


failure. I believe it's impor-
tant to present both.
If you ask me today
what my vision for the
News Bulletin sports
section is, I can't really
tell you. I have an idea
of what I hope it will
look like. I'm excited
about some ideas I've
already discussed with
News Bulletin editor
Kyle Wright that I'll
share more about as the
concepts develop.
I can tell you we will
continue to focus on the
things that we can do


best, and that's covering
Baker, Crestview and
Laurel Hill high school
teams. There also will
be the occasional middle
school story.
We will continue to
follow Tom Hammonds'
racing career. I promise
to try and get you caught
up on our local kids that
are playing college ball
at various places.
And no, I haven't for-
gotten about Anthony
Brown as he tries to
work his way through
the minor leagues. I plan


on catching up with him
and letting you know
how he's doing through-
out the summer.
I'm also hoping to talk
golf from time-to-time
for you hackers and duf-
'fers out there.
One of our goals is to
enhance the Daily News
sports coverage in this
end of the county. Hav-
ing spent more than sev-
en years on the staff of
the "big" paper, I know
how things work. I'll
be coordinating closely
with Daily News sports


editor Jared Macarin to
ensure a strong north
end presence in the Dai-
ly News.
Although I'm official-
ly on the job, I'm helping
out this week.at the Dai-
ly News as sports page
designer Chris Chatelain
enjoys his honeymoon.
I'll be in the News
Bulletin office start-
ing Monday. OnceJI get
my new routine down,
I plan on setting aside
sometime every week
where my door will
be open and you can


come in and we can talk
sports.
I've enjoyed my seven
years at the Daily News,
I'm excited about the
new challenge of making
the News Bulletin sports
section the best of any
paper its size in the state.
I look forward to serv-
ing you as I earn your
trust in that endeavor.

Randy Dickson is the
News Bulletin Sports
Editor. Contact him at 682-
6524, or e-mail raiindid.'
nwfdailynews.com.


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Mother. will coach
daughter pne last time
during the Freedom All-
Star Classic basketball
doubleheader.
Baker senior Chelsea
Combest has been selected
to play for the West team.
Combest's mother, Gators
coach Kathy Combest, is a
coach for the'West team.
Jeffrey Reese of Laurel
Hill will represent. north
Okaloosa County in the
boys game.
The event, which fea-
tures seniors from the
Northwest Florida Dai-
ly News' coverage area
against those from the
Panama City News Her-
ald's coverage area, is set
for April 5 at Gulf Coast
Community College.
The girls game will tip
off at 11 a.m., followed by
the boys game.


Boys game
Two years ago, a start-
studded West team edged
the East in the boys Free-
dom All-Star Classic.
This year's edition of
the West will be looking
to regain that winning
feeling.
The West team will be
coached by Fort Walton
Beach's John Lavin and
Choctawhatchee's Marc
Tisza.
Niceville, which


reached the Class 5A re-
gional finals, will have
four players on the squad.
Guards Tory Kirkwood,
Ty Friedlund and Ramo-
ane Jordan will partici-
pate along with forward
Robert Brooks.
Choctaw, which ad-
vanced to the regional
semifinals, has a trio of
players in the game in
forward Curtis Sims,
center Steven Kraus and
guard Nathan Carrizales.
Fort Walton Beach will
be represented by a pair
of players in guard John
Barnes and center Na-
than Robinson.
Laurel Hill's Reese,
Paxton's Blake Zessin and
Freeport's Jamey Goddin
round out the team.
The East team is made
up of Ramon Beard and
Ricardo Clemmons of
Port St. Joe, Marianna's
T.J. Spencer and Brandon
Gibson, Chris Jones and
Jay Wade of Bay, Joe Green
(Chipley), Brock Dockery
(Holmes County), Dar-
ron Austin (Rutherford),
Kevin Swinney (Bozem-
an), Pierre Speights (Cot-
tondale) and J.J. Laster of
Graceville.
The East will be
coached by Rutherford's
Rhondie Ross and Travis
Blanton of Marianna.


Girls game
The Freedom All-Star
Classic is just under one


month away, and the West
team for the girls features
a group with plenty of tal-
ent.
The West team will be
coached by Baker's Comb-
est and Paxton's Herb
Haddock.
Each coach will have
some of their players on
the squad. Chelsea Comb-
est will represent the Ga-
tors in the marquee event.
Paxton will have Maryllyn
Gilbert and Vikki Pepper
on the team.
The group also consists
of four Fort Walton Beach
players. Tandria Milton,
Kiara Parker, LeEra Lewis
and Brittani Stephenson
have all committed to
play.
Niceville's' Donielle
Campbell, Navarre's
Demetra Giblin, Free-
port's Nicole Dykes and
Choctawhatchee's Chris-
ten Cardreon and Walton's
Chelsea Robinson round
out the West team.
The East team, coach by
Port St. Joe's Kenny Park-
er and Bay's George Ham-
ilton, is made up of Ponce
de Leon's Maggie Wright,
Mary Howes and Jenni-
fer Grant, Cottondale's
Brianna Gray and Sherisa
Forward, Wewa's Vanessa
Wait, Marianna's Keela
McKay, Rutherford's Seli-
na Porter, Chipley's Shani-
da Thomas, Graceville's
Lakerria Smith, Mosley's
Jazmen Johnson and Mer-
cedes Smith of Malone.


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


The Finest in EYECAR E


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008 SPORTS









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SPORTS


NCAA BRACKETOLOGY 101:




Just pick your favorite colors


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2008


Follow

these rules

for success

in your

office pool

Kyle Wright
kylew@crestviewbulletin.
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Want advice for your
NCAA Tournament pre-
dictions?
Just pick your favorite
colors.
I'm still bitter over my
second-place finish in a
recent NCAA Tournament
predictions pool.
I lost to someone who
made her picks based on
her favorite color (orange)
in a year when Syracuse


won the national title
and Texas made the Final
Four.
I might get over it
someday. It's only been
five years.
I once used an elabo-
rate formula to make my,
NCAA picks.
A typical rule was "Pick
North Carolina to reach
the Sweet 16 in all years
and to reach the Final Four
in odd-numbered years.",
That was one of the
simpler rules.
All of my "rules" were
hogwash.
The big winners in
weighted NCAA pools
(second-round games1 are
worth more than first-
round games, and so on)
usually do three things:
Pick the eventual
champion correctly.
Pick at least five of
the Elite Eight correctly.
Pick the year's sur-


I lost to someone who made her picks
based on her favorite color (orange) in a
year when Syracuse won the national title
and Texas made the Final Four.


prise team correctly.
Teams that make the
Elite Eight and win the
national title generally
are- playing well at the
end of the season (road
losses are okay, but home
losses and blowout de-
feats are red flags) and
have NBA-caliber talent
on the roster.
The surprise teams are
harder to identify.
Don't worry about find-
ing the next George Ma-
son. You can't do it, but no
one else in your pool can
either. No one else in your
pool can, either.
You win big by spotting
teams like the 2006 Florida


Gators, who came out of
nowhere to win the first of
their two NCAA champi-
onships.
These surprise teams
generally fall under two
categories:
Late bloomers: These
are the teams that have ob-
vious talent but don't put
it together until the tour-
nament. The most recent
example is North Caro-
lina's run to the Final Four
as a No. 8 seed in 2000.
There aren't many of
these late bloomers any-.,
more. Most talented under-
achievers head to the NBA
before achieving anything
at the college level.


Possible late bloomers
this year: Indiana, Ari-
zona.
Baby boomers: These
are the teams that come
out of nowhere and grow
into greatness right be-
fore your eyes. Florida
in 2006 was an example.
Syracuse's national title as
a No. 3 seed in 2003 was
another. Michigan's "Fab
Five" teams are the most
famous example.
These are the teams
that determine the win-
ners and losers in officer
pools.
Possible baby boom-
ers this year: Connecticut,
USC, Kansas State.
The best way to make
your NCAA picks? Just
go with the best seeds. I
generally finish in the top
half of any pool I enter.
Yet even in my best years,
I generally would have
fared better by just pick-


KYLE WRIGHT'S
FINAL FOUR PICKS
North Carolina
Kansas
Memphis
UCLA
National champion;
North Carolina


ing the better seeds.
That's no fun, though.
Make your picks based
on a system. Make your
picks based on your favor-
ite teams.
Or just pick teams that
wear your favorite color.
It seems to work well
enough.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor. Check out
his fill predictions list for
the NCAA Tournament at
the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com.


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW It's easy to
get to Walsh Glen Estates, just
moments off of State Road 85
south of Crestview.
Once you're there, the neigh-
borhood is so peaceful you can
easily imagine you're out in the
country.
In fact, you are.
Perched on a natural bluff.
above wetlands on three sides,
Walsh Glen offers the best of se-
cluded country living with a con-
venient location. The wetlands,
in fact, assure that the view from
this natural setting will never be
spoiled by development.
Homes are built in what the
developer, Key Lime Homes,
describes as a "craftsman" style.
The homes offer the amenities ex-
pected by today's homebuyer.
"The theme that we're going
for is a craftsman design," said
Brian Walsh, vice president and
real estate broker at Key Lime
Homes. "They have large front
porches, HardiePlank exterior
siding, and we're going to have
board-and-baton siding and
shake sidings as well."
Each home in Walsh Glen
gives the appearance of a charm-
ing country cottage, adding to the
sense of a cozy neighborhood.
Yet when you step through the
front door into the tiled entryway,
they open up into surprisingly.
roomy houses.
Key Lime Homes emphasizes
their willingness to welcome cus-
tomers into the design process


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Though all the craftsman-style homes in Walsh Glen Estates will include professional landscape packages,, the,
developer will retain as much natural foliage as possible to maintain the neighborhood's country ambience.


of their homes to create the look
they want.
"We allow anything the cus-
tomer wants if they get in early
enough in the building process,"
Walsh said. "That's the thing that
we think separates us from other
builders.
"We really focus on customer
service. We're amiable to chang-
es," said Walsh. "We let custom-'
ers select more amenities. All the
houses look different. It isn't a
cookie-cutter subdivision."
A palette of earth-tone exterior
colors, such as the muted green
of the model home now available
for inspection, allows the houses
to fit into the woodsy neighbor-
hood.
Only 18 lots are available on
the gently curving Key Lime
Place cul-de-sac off P.J. Adams
Parkway that services Walsh
Glen.
"Really, it's almost like a pri-
vate neighborhood, but it's not
gated. You won't have any thru


traffic," Walsh said, "and the
neighborhood is situated above
wetlands, so you won't have any
development behind you."
Shopping opportunities, res-
taurants and services are avail-
able just north on State Road 85,
yet Walsh Glen's convenient loca-
tion means residents who work
at Eglin and other south county
locations can bypass the fre-
quently congested intersections
near Interstate 10.
Antioch Elementary School is
also just minutes west on P.J. Ad-
ams Parkway.
The largest exterior lot around
the perimeter is five acres.
"They've very large, nice lots,"
Walsh said. "You can't go out
there and raise horses, but you
won't have a neighbor behind
you," he joked.
The smallest lot is .15 acres. On
average, most lots range between
.2 and .5 acres in size. Six lots are
1.43 acres or larger.
S"We're going to use some


green building practices," Walsh
assured buyers. "Anything, we
can do to go green and still keep
the prices down, we'll do." '
Prices range from $176,000 and
$220,000, with many floor plans
to choose from.
"We have professionally land-
scaped yards with irrigation 'sys-
tems," Walsh said, "but we are
trying to leave as much natural
vegetation as possible."
Typical amenities include 17-
inch floor tiles in entries, kitchens
and bathrooms; and generous
backyards with a patio by the
back door.
As with Key Limes' nearby
Shadow Pines subdivision, Walsh
Glen's homes also feature solid
surface "Livingstone" couniqter-
' tops; custom wood cabinets vith
. included designer hardware;
8-pound carpet pad (versus ,Jtan-
dard 6-pound) to prolong cal.pet
life; ceiling fans with light kits
throughout; and a microwave/
range hood that vents outside..


Construction features include:
DuPont Tyvek Housewrap
moisture barrier;
30-pound roofing felt (ver-
sus standard 15-pound);
3,000 p.s.i. concrete slabs
(versus standard'2,500 p.s.i.);
5/8-inch Type X rated dry-
wall on all ceilings (vs. standard
half-inch); and
Superior energy efficiency,
with an R13 ratifig in the walls
and blown-in attic insulation
with an R38 rating.
The homes are built to 140 mph
wind code. It's not required in
Crestview, but "it gives the buyer
a better product," Walsh said.
The homes boast 9-foot ceilings
throughout, making the rooms
feel more spacious than competi-
tors' typical 8-foot ceilings.
"For our price point, that's
something a little different,"
Walsh said.
Another attribute is Key
Limes' typical generosity with
closets. Master bedrooms include
both a huge walk-in and a full-
size closet. Generally, at least one
other bedroom has a large walk-
in closet as well.
The master bathroom also fea-
tures another Key Lime standard:
separate water closets.
Unable to resist, we asked
Walsh about the coincidence be-
tween his surname and the name
of the development.
Brian Walsh chuckled and
explained, "My father-in-law
thought it was a nice name to
mark his retirement from Key
Lime several years ago when we
were in the process of buying that
property."
To view the Walsh Glen Estates
model home or for further infor-
mation, call (850) 682-8652.
For further information,'call
listing agent Celia Walker at (850)
974-0672 .(cell) or (850) 897-4663,
or e-mail celia.walker@cox.net.
Visit their Web site at www.key-
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MCDC receives a donation from Regions Bank


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Macedonia Community Development
Corporation accept computers and a $1,000 grant from
Regions Bank representatives. Pictured are: Rich Trent,
Assistant Vice President of Crestview Regions; Donald
Jernigan, MCDC Director; Dwight Baggett, MCDC
President; Shirley Sessions, Regions Vice President for
Community Affairs; and Leroy Jones, MCDC Secretary.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Macedonia Com-
munity Development Cor-
poration recently received
several computers and a
$1,000 grant from Regions
Bank. The grant will be
used for general operating
costs for the faith-based
non-profit community de-
velopment organization.
Shirley Sessions, Re-
gions Vice President for
Community Affairs, and
Rich Trent, Assistant Vice
President of Regions'
Crestview office, made
the presentation to MCDC


members at the Macedo-
nia Missionary Baptist
Church.
"We applaud the work
of the Macedonia Com-
munity Development
Corporation," said Ses-
sions. "this community
has been good to Regions,
and we make sure we give
back in ways that are ben-
eficial."
The MCDC provides
hot meals for senior citi-
zens on the third Wednes-
day of each month at the
Macedonia Missionary
Baptist Church on.Martin
Luther King, Jr. Avenue.
Speakers at the luncheons


talk about health, insur-
ance and other related
topics. Hot meals also are
provided to home-bound
seniors.
The organization's
Wednesday night youth
program at Macedonia
focuses on character de-
velopment and tutoring
students. There are sev-
eral educators within the
church that work with stu-
dents and the computer
labs, according to MCDC
Director Donald Jernigan.
"The community de-
velopment corporation is
a mission and a ministry.
It needs to be done in our


community," said Jerni-
gan.
There is also a disas-
ter, emergency assistance
team in the corporation
that is Red Cross-certified
and trained to take an ac-
tive part in local commu-
nity response during a
disaster.
"We appreciate this
very kind donation from
.Regions to MCDC," said
Rev. Dwight Baggett,
MCDC President. "Re-
gions has a long standing
reputation for its corpo-
rate philanthropy and
commitment to the com-
munities it serves."


What are your

kids playing


Greg Allen
Crestview News Bulletin

Your little ones may like to play video
games.
If so they probably like to play them
a lot.
Just like Saturday morning cartoons,
video games are completely safe for
children. They are devoid of material
that children just shouldn't see. Besides,
video games are just toys.
Do you agree? If so, then please allow
me to give you a much-needed wake up
call!
I can't fully agree there was a time
where all video games were appropriate
for children, but a vast majority were in
the late '80s and early '90s.
The little gray console
that could, the Nintendo,
brought commercial 1
gaming into homes ev-
erywhere. There was a .
large library of games
meant to appeal to dif-
ferent audiences, but
somehow video games
became synonymous
with children's toys. "
Today, parents have
grown comfortable
with the idea that video
games are simply an-
other pastime their kids enjoy. Spending
hours in front of the television pressing.
buttons on a game pad is nothing of
concern.
What is of concern, however, is know-
ing some parents neglect to protect
youngsters from things they shouldn't
see or experience.
Much like the evolution of movies
and music, video games have become
amazingly diverse in both genre and
age appeal. There are radio stations you
would not listen to in front of your chil-
dren. The same can be said for movies
and television.
There aie video games that are meant
to appeal to children. A good portion
is meant to appeal'to adults. Statistics
show adult gamers make up the major-
ity of the gaming community. It is an in-
dustry quickly rising to rival the movie
industry in choice of entertainment and
revenue.
Can you tell me honestly you feel
comfortable with the content playing
through your kids' game console? Do
you know what the games they play are
about?
Don't worry if you answer negatively
to both of these questions. There is an
easy and informative way to quickly
learn if a video game is appropriate for
your child.
The Entertainment Software Rating
Board (ESRB) was founded in 1994 by
the Entertainment Software Association
(ESA). The ESRB has been reviewing
and painstakingly rating every video
game released on the commercial mar-
ket for over a decade. It provides valu-
able information about a game's content:
language, graphic violence, humor, etc.
The system it has implemented is
very similar to the movie industry's
own, which is enforced by the MPAA.
The ESRB's ratings can be found on the
front and the back of every video game
package and even on the actual game
disk or cartridge. On the back of the
package, you will be able to see why the


MORE INFORMATION
For more information on the ESRB visit
www.esrb.org.
For more information on the ESA and sur-
veys about video games and gamers visit
www.theesa.com.


game was given its particular rating.
The ESRB has.seven available ratings
spanning every age group (taken from
the ESRB's Web site):
EC (Early Childhood): Content that
may be suitable for ages 3 and older.
Contains no material that parents would
find inappropriate.
E (Everyone): Content that may
be suitable for ages 6
and older. Titles in this
category may contain
minimal cartoon, fantasy
or mild violence and/
or infrequent use of mild
B language.
SE10+ (Everyone 10
and older): Content that
may be suitable for ages
10 and older. Titles in this
category may contain
more cartoon, fantasy or
mild violence, mild lan-
guage and/or minimal
suggestive themes.
T (Teen): Content that may be suit-
able for ages 13 and older. Titles in this
category may contain violence, sug-
gestive themes, crude humor, minimal
blood, simulated gambling, and/or in-
frequent use of strong language.
M (Mature): Content that may be
suitable for people ages 17 and older.
Titles in this category may contain in-
tense violence, blood and gore, sexual
content and/or strong language.
AO (Adults Only): Content that
should only be played by people 18
years and older. Titles in this category
may include prolonged scenes of intense
violence and/or graphic sexual content
and nudity.
RP (Rating Pending): Has been
submitted to the ESRB and is awaiting
final rating. (This symbol appears only
in advertising prior to a game's release.)
Use these ratings as a guide when
beginning to understand what your chil-
dren should be playing. This is exactly
how they are intended to be used.
Parents usually will want to see a
possibly controversial movie before al-
lowing their kids to watch it. The same
should be done with video games.
Rental stores are a great way to get your
hands on a game you are thinking about
purchasing for your family or children.
Going online and searching for the
video game's title often will return
reviews explaining the game in every
detail. Gametrailers.com is also a great
way to see virtually any video game up
close and personal.
Parents must be a part of a child's life
and help guide that child in a healthy
way. You don't need to look far for an,
advocate shouting to ban video games
from the mass market when parents
aren't censoring children's playing hab-
its.
Parents should have the knowledge
and the final word on what is allowed
in their child's hands, not a government
organization.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 08 DR 710
DIVISION
Charles L Pierce JR.
Petitioner
and
Robin R. Pierce
Respondent.
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Bedford, IN. 47421 proved Family Law TOGETHER WITH AN You may review PAGE 43, OF THE I
Form 12.915.) Future UNDIVIDED INTEREST these documents PUBLIC RECORDS OF
,YOU ARE NOTIFIED that papers in this law- IN THE COMMON EL- upon request. OKALOOSA
an action has been filed suit will be mailed to EMENTS APPURTE- COUNTY, FLORIDA
against you and that you the address on rec- NANT THERETO AS You must keep the
you are required to serve ord at the clerk's of- SET FORTH IN SAID Clerk of the Circuit has been filed against PETS & ANIMALS
a copy of your written de- fice. DECLARATION. Court's office notified you and you are required
senses, if any to it on of your current ad- to serve a copy of your 2100 Pets
Charles L. Pierce JR. WARNING: Rule has been filed against dress. (You may file written defenses, if any, 2110- Pets: Free to
whose address is 104 12.285, Florida Fam- you and you are required Notice of Current on or before April 17, Good Home
New Castle Cir. Fort ily Law Rules of Pro- fo serve a copy of your Address, Florida Su- 2008 on Florida Default 2120 Pet Supplies
Walton Beach Fl. 32547 cedure, requires cer- written defenses, if any, preme Court Ap- Law Group, P.L, 2130 Farm Animals/
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2008, and file the oriai- closure of documents 2008 on Florida Default Form' 12.915.) Future address is 9119 Corpo- 2140 Pets/Livestock
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You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
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Failure to comply Plaintiff;s attorney, whose
can result in sanc- address is 9119 Corpo-
tions, including dis- rate Lake Drive Suite
missal or striking of 300, Tampa, Florida
pleadings. 33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
Dated February 22, before service on
2008 Plaintiff's attorney or im-
CLER OF THE CIRC.I mediately thereafter oth-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT erwise a default will be
COURT. entered against you for
By:' Beth McDonald he relief dema nded in
Deputy Clerk the Complaint or petition.


02/27/08.
03/05/08
03/12/08
03/19/08
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, FI. 32541
Current address: 616 La-
2541 Drive Destin, Fl.

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY
THROUGH. UNDER.


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 I
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 Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
FF. 32579; telephone
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


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AND AGAINST 1 03/19/08
HEREIN NAMED IN- 03/19/08
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE Legal # 100320
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE IN THE CIRCUIT
WHETHER SAID UN- COURT OF THE FIRST
KNOWN PARTIES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
MAY CLAIM AN IN- AND FOR
TEREST AS SPOUSES, OKALOOSA
HEIRS DEVISEES, COUNTY, FLORIDA
GRANTEES OR CASE NO.:
OTHER CLAIMANTS 08-DR.1322-C DIVI-,
SION


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing 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
RECORDS 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 6F
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


ZELTON J.C. TEDDER II
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, if 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.


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 # 120009
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-000882
DIVISION:
GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRAINTEES, ASSIGN-
EES LIENORS CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
CARRIE HOYT A/K/A
CARRIE L HOYT, DE-
CEASED, et al,
Defendant(s)


300UU, lampa, lorida
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 consecutive
weeks in the Creslview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 12 day
of March, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Vicki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O.Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-501
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-
ministrationat 101 James
Lee Boulevard East Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
Telephone number
(850 689-50000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
[850)651-7497. IMPOR-
TANT In accordance with
the Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
1250 N. Elin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579; tel-
ephone num-
ber(850)651-7497, prior
to the proceeding.
03/19/2008
03/26/2008
LEGAL# 120010


NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF SALE
TO: THE UNKNOWN In accordance with Flor-
HEIRS DEVISEES ida Statutes, Dansher
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Mini Warehouses, Io-
EES LIENORS CREDI- cated at 1110 N. Ferdon
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR Blvd., in Crestview, Flor-
OTHER CLAIMANTS ida will offer for sale to
CLAIMING BY the highest bidder the
THROUGH UNDER household and other
CARRIE HO YT A/K/A goods stored in the be-
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ANY AND ALL UN- view, FL 32536
KNOWN PARTIES Unit # B-6 Susan Orosco
CLAIMING BY 6600 Romi Circle Crest-
THROUGH, UNDER, view FL. 32539
AND AGAINST THE Unit #C-44.Diane Hurst
HEREIN NAMED IN- 3178 Old Place Rd. Lau-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- rel Hill, FL. 32567
ANTS(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE The sale shall take place
DEAD OR ALIVE, March 31, 2008, at
WHETHER SAID UN- 9:00 A.M., at the
KNOWN PARTIES Dansher Mini Ware-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- house.
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, 03/19/2008
DEVISEESGRANTEES, 03/26/2008
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS -P L
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN 1150


CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
In properly in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
THE EAST 3.00 FEET
OF LOT 7 AND THE
WEST 11.00 FEET OF
LOT 6 BLOCK B
PINE MEADOWS AD-
DITION NO. 3
PHASE2NACC6RD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 7,


NEW roTIAY

Affectionate man
seeking affectionate
woman between 40-55,
possible maria e, must
not drinks 533-0868
Single white male 70
5'8 1701bs. Looking for
a small white lady 62-72.
I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
a good woman to share
and do things together.
Please write RLB P.O.
Box 876, Crestview FL
32536, or call (850)
689-8038


2100o



AKC-MINI-
DACHSHUNDS
READY NOW
Adorable Mini-Dachs-
hund Puppies 1st shots
$350. Cali
850-537-8837 or
850-826-0769 Lv. msg.


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


NEW TAD AY
ufw1 3100^\^


Beagles ready
April 1
Pure Bred Vet Checked
Shots Dewormed Females
$175/Males $150
850-217-7698

Female Boston Terrier
puppies for sale. $400.
Mom & dad on site.
Ready 3/20. 685-8319


NEW TOBAV

Puppies!!!
Rat Terriers 3 females 5
males 6 wks old 1st shots
& vet check call Rebecca
hm: 850- 951-8818 cell:
701-240-0480

SHICHI 8 Weeks
old
Shih-tzu/chihuahua mix
breed playful cute
Call-850-758-7483




Free puppies to good
home. 683u1618




horses,cows & calves
good price, neg. papers
with 2 paints. 892-7581
305-0423


All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1 07





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







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PUBLIC
AUCTION
Come visit Pensacola's
largest indoor auction
house. Next auction is
Saturday March 22nd
Preview 3PM, Sale
4PM until ?? Antiques,
furniture, tools sporting
goods, collectibles,
more. Door prizes.
Snack bar. AB# 2904
GULF Coast Auction &
Estate Sales. 1901
North 'T' St. 433-7030


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27" JVC Stereo TV with Horse Hay for Publishing/Printing Crestview- 2 br 1 ba,
remote $180. TV stand/ Sale $650/mo + $60ai de Baker, 3br, 1 ba + 6ac
cabinet $140. Coastal Bermuda. REPORTER No pets! Ava'il now 850 maker, 3br, ba + 6 ac-
850423-0024 55-60# bales. $5 at Needed For 398-5757 or 420-1517 r. maintain.
barn. Delivery negotia- Walton County 850-231-4979
ble. 334-572-4067 The Walton Sun the Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
- weekly community news- quiet gated no pets
W .220 f R paper for south Walton $606mo/$550dep, 12
- 3220 county, is seeking a gen- mo lease req. 585-1574


Entertainment Center
S10 ,Couch
300.,Coffee TBL $70.,
End TBL sm $30 ea, Lg'
100. set, 2-Dressers
75.,$125., Kitchen Ta-
ble $40., TV. $90,
Camp. Desk $45.
2-Bunk Beds 156-$70.,
Leather Recliner $40.,
Hutch/China Cab.
$150., LOTS MOREl
MOVING- Call to SEE
499-2540-

Queen Mattress
Set
$200.00. Excellent Con-
dition. Please call
850-240-4145



I-- 3230
Crestview
RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, March 22nd
7-11am 295 W. James
Lee Blvd. News Bulletin
Parking Lot
Open to the public.
Booths are $10. to rent,
all proceeds for booth
ren als will be donated to
Relay For Life. Sale pro-
ceeds may be donated
Sas well. 682-6524 to
reserve you booth.

Creslview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Most Thurs-Sat
9:30am
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything 1/ offI

Crestview
Multi Family Yard
Sale
March 22 7am-12,
5982 Staff Road Sec-
tional Sofa, Oak Enter-
tainment Center,
Playstation games, other
misc. furniture, clothes,
books and much morel

Crestview
Yard Sale
2863 Silver Hills Rd.
Sat.'7am until.

STUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305

Yard Sale
Lots of Stuff! March
21-22, Frl.-8A.M.- Till,
Sat., 7A.M.-Till, 424
Shoal Lake Drive (off
John King Rd)





1966 Cub Tractor
w/42 inch belly motor,
some cultivating equip-
ment $2000. Irm caIl
537-5231







NEW TOBAY
For Sale Solana Hot Tub
$2000. OBO
cover,chemicals,steps,
11 v/15ar corner unit
call 682-1025 for more
info. Can deliver I


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4120 Sales
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SInformation Stockers,
Maintenance, &
Loading Dock
Immediate Openings for
Aero/Aviation/Defense National Retailer. Start-
ing Friday 3/14/08. In-
Aircraft Refueler terviews will be held
experienced in the gen- 3/11/08 -3/13/08
eral aviation field. Apply For interview call Kathy
in person Sunshine Aero, 850 423-1818 or
5545 John Givens Rd. 866-438-5226 Drug
Crestview, FL, Bob Sikes Free Workplace.
Airport. 682-6811 Web ID #27795934
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available. Classes start
now! 877-994-9904


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Counter Help
CDL Class A with clean
driving record. Knowl-
edge of equipment/ ma-
chines helpful. Apply in
person Creslview Ready
Rent at 511 James Lee,
across from McDonald's.
Web ID #27794907


Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opa ts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity

Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting_ a plica-
tions for 1 & IBRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-6149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.

Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview, FL. Call
850-6 82-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity


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For rent in Crestview
2BR 1BA townhouse.
Washer, dryer stove, &
refrigerator. 148 Lake St,
$500/mo + $500 dep
682-6514


L^^bJ1 6130
S Fort Walton Beach
|BUSINESS & NANCIAL WOWI!
5100 Business
Opportunities Lovely 2br. 1.5 ba. 1 cg.
5110 Money to Lend conveniently located.
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Home weekends with $57K annually including
TMC. Company en- Federal Benefits and OT
dorsed CDL Traniing Offered by Exam Ser-
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-- w/USPS who hires.
1-866-497-1015

NEW tO100 Post Office
Now Hiring
Internet/E-Commerce Avg. pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
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Training proved. w/UaPS who hires.
Growth industry. NYSE. 1 o866-497-1015i
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Security Officers
Needed REfLEST ;
hJ Commercial

Immediate oClassenings. 120 c Rentals
Must have Class D 130- Condo/Townhouse
Security Officer License. 6140-House Rentals
CaI'DSI. Security Services 6150 Roommate Wanted
800-239-5720. 6160 Rooms for Rent
EEO/M/F/V/H, Drug 6170- Mobile Home/Lot
Free Employer. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
Lic # B0001502 6190 -Timeshare Rentals
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850-496-5278






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American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
126 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba, $545
*640 Industrial Dr. 2br,
1ba, $650
2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
Iba, $685
03139 Earl Kennedy Rd.
2br 1.5ba, $695
0659 Griffith Ave. 3br,
1.5ba $725
09 Flora Cove, 3br,
2ba, $800
0311 Strawbridge Dr
3br 2ba, $900
*39 Re ent Rd
3 br, ba $1000
0210 James St. 2br,
1ba $650
02856 Penny Ln. 3br,
2ba, $850
0296 Oakview PI. 3br,
2ba' $800
*3957 Bear Creek Rd
2br 1.5ba $825
0374 Brackin St. 3br,
2ba, $825
0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br 2.5ba $845
2l17 Southview Dr. 3br
2ba $850
0221 Pinoak Ct. 3br,
2ba,$850
019 Holly Rd. 3br, 2ba,
$900
01812 Waterwat Dr.
3br 2ba, $1125
0216 Citadel Lane 4br,
2ba, $1200
0104 Muskogee TrI.
3br, 2ba $1300
02252 Titanium Dr. 4br,
2ba $1400 -.
*2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br 2ba, $1450
02820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
2ba, $1050
0226 Southview Dr.,
3 br 2 ba $875
01328 Jeffrine Dr 3br,
2ba, $1050
S6219 Winstead Rd,
3br 2ba $875
0 130 Claire 3br, 2ba,
$875
*1002 Quigley Dr. 3br,
2ba, $1000
223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400,
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


Reward of up to $5,000

for identification,

arrest and conviction

of the person,

individuals or anyone

responsible for

the poachings or

trespassing on

Wand's Ranch in

Crestview.



If you have any
information please
contact Mr. Alan Wand at



682-2731


NEW TOAY NEW TODAY
( i..." A')si)


Crestview, 4 r, r a,
private lot. Nice, wood
Floors. $575. Call
862-4595 or 217-2750
Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
3104 Holley Dr., no
pets. 682-1972
: 7"


C vresrview
3bd 2 ba 1786 Sq. Ft.
good location, close to
Hospital & schools, above
ground pool w/deck, hot
tub, screened back porch
& shed pets ok.$1400.
month last months rent
neq. 689-8066 or
305-3767


Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba
103 Stephens Place off
Auburn Rd Avail. 4/1
$675mo + $600dep.
689-4442 or 240-0474


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




Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:

Crestview
401 Apple Dr
3 br 2 ba $750+dd
1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
0513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2/2ba $1000+dd
5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mp+dd
4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $850mo+dd
4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 2/2 ba
$2000mo +dd
,* 202 Cabana Way
3 br 2 ba $975mo+dd
5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba $875mo+dd
4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
1443 Thunder Ridge
Road
3br, 2ba $800mo+dd
211 Warrior
3 br, 2 ba, $1200mo



Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-f515
or (8501682-5922
*307 Walnut Ave, lbr,
1 ba 700sf, $450 triplex
0 1562 Texas Pkw 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $875 no
pets 1 st month rentfree
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br 2
ba 1244sf $800 no pets.
*02716 Paddock Circle,
4br 2ba, 2097sf,
$11 95 endless'pool
0262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br, 2.5ba 1309sf,
$960, End UtitTH
0268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$960, new townhome
0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$975, new townhome
S274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$960, new townhome -
02385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
*2385 Susan Drive,
basement apt. I br, 1 ba
1352sf $595 util. indcl.
*114 Feldon Drive, 3 br,
2 ba, 1426 sq ft, $906
half off first months rent
0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br 2 ba, 1025 sf,
$1025, fenced w/large
deck
03267 Fairview Ave.
3br, 2ba, 1252sf, $845.
1 st month rent free
* 5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba, 1636sf,
$1675, cul-de-sac
*2838 Tamiami Trail
4br, 2ba, 1942sf,
$1095 1st month rent
tree.
94815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794sf
$1075, privacy fenced
yard
*114 Hampton Drive
2br, 1.5ba, 900sf, $550
TH
0306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
S4859 Kensington Lane,
3br 2ba 1427sf
$100 '/2 off 1st months
rent
0803 Aunt Polly Place,
3br 2ba 1702sf
$1695 marble fireplace
*122 Mill Pond Cove,
4br 2ba 1812sf
$1650, screened in'tiled
porch
0 110 Nivana Dr. 3br
2ba 1176sf $800
South of 1-10
0507 White Oak Lane
3br 2ba 1542sf
$1095, first month's rent
free
9725 Denise Dr. 4br,
3ba, 2611sf $1200
large master bedroom
S1819 Waterway Lane,
3br 2ba, 1420sf,
$1650, no pets allowed,
Baker
0141 Woodlawn Dr.
3br, 2ba, 2015 sf, $795
Sets allowed.
or further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com, '


Crestview beautiful
brick 3br 2ba, incl.
W/D, $950 +' dep.
Lease purchase option
avail. Call 699-3833


Crestview
For Rent an Auburn
Comm. Country setting
3br.- Iba., CH/A, Half
brick very nice home on
approx.1 acre $800.
mos $800. S/D Call
682-3555


Crestview Foxvalley
S/D. 4br, 3ba, Iq.
fenced yard, pet O
w/approval. 1st, last &
sec. dep. $1500/mo.
Avail June 1. Call Rick,
850-420-6288


Crestview- Brand
Newl 3b/2b Brick, 8
mi east of town 895
mo + dep call
902-3779


Foreclosure
Reduced to $179,900.
Lowest price per square
foot. Gorgeous 4br,2ba,
1900sf, Crestview.
678-2924


NEW rAY.

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker"
1108 Blackberry Circ.
4 br 2 ba, $1150
Laurel Hill'
0 3329 Berrywood Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $600
Crestview
0 2365 Susan Dr
3 br, 1 ba, $695
0 68/Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba, $695
0 689 Valley Road
3 br, 2 ba, $750
6020 Gagnon
3 br 2 ba, $800
0 265 LindbIer St
3 br 2 ba, $825
0 420 Oak P lace
3 br, 2 ba, $895
0 124 Walker Circle
4 br 2 ba, $975
S* 6451 Moonlight Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $995
S1317 Jeffrine Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
1420 Quail Ridge Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
S179 Conquest Ave.
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
5963 Linene Dr
3 br, 2V2 ba, $1250


NEW TOIBAY

Teel & Waters .
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Boker St.
2575,2 br, 1 ba
S227 Walker Circle
$750, 3 br, 2ba, 1 cg
S2117 Hagood Loop
t1250, 4 br,03 ba, 2cg
No pets
+ 428 Riverchase
$1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
No pets
391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2/2ba, 2cg
IIA 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


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


DeFuniak Springs- 221
Monroe, 3 br, 1 ba.
CH&A, newly remodeled
covered porch, I yard &
open deck. $65 mo+dd.
682-8483 "


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2ba, lare, bedrooms, Malibu 1971 Good Con-
large kitchen, 1 acre, edition no dents, no
$1 9,900. 240-0890 bondo 350 w/350
transmission small street
L cam. $7700. obo call
O K 537-3972 call after 5
pm.
Individual wants to' buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987

S2004 Chevrolet 2500
HD ext. cab 7 280 miles,
like new! $20k OBO
537-5231
Navarre -
David's Landing Ford Bronco
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 -ba, x
2150sf home with water 4x4 1984
view. Lg.' whirlpool tub- Needs transmission.
and separate shower'in Good condition. $600
master bath. 9 ft. ceilings firm. (850) 417-1800
downstairs, fireplace,
separate living room/ GMC 2500 HD 2005
dining room. car gar- EXT Cab 57000 miles
age. Beautiful, quiet wa- Black Loaded $16K
terfront neighborhood. OBO call 758-1020
$250K. Come see to be-
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--model, will pay cash call ,
f 758-1 020

I 710 I|
I acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area. 8220
Call 850-240-0890 Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
MOBLE GP800 waverunner (or
HOMSima dBKj comparable year) to rob
7160 or buy parts off. Please
Bake F Sale call U64-5745. Leave
Baker area For Sale mesageifoanswer.
by Owner 16 i 76 1997 message if no answer.
2bd.-2bath on 1.5 acres
885 Lighthouse Church -"
Rd. $ 5K OBO call .. .. .
537-0374 or 902-3465 8330
Crestview2003 Terry
2000 24x54 3 br 2 ba Travel Trair
n 91/2 acresTravel Trailer
195.000 682-2984 Terry M-29J 30' Travel
....."... Trailer w/tow package
$ electric slide room,-
doors, rear receiver
.hitch, low miles, awning,
7190 | AM/FM/CD, central
air/heat, Queen bed,
NEW ARIZONA sleeps 6, excellent condi-
LAND RUSH! tion. $17k OBO.
1 or 2V2 "Football Field" (850)682-9047
sized lots $0 Down $0
Interest, $159-$208/mo.
Money back guaranteel
Toll-free 1-800-603-6233
www.sunsiteslandrush.com ,' I 'I "


3bd 2 ba $550. month MI7IEH E i
550. dd. call after 5 pm Xtreme Boats
All Welded,All Aluminum Boats.
-$5I00-$1,0RebatesonallXtemeBoits.
Crestview 2br, 1 ba. Wealsosell Smoker/BQ,Fiyers,
$440mo. Quiet park. No UtilityVehicles.BoniyFL
pets. Military & seniors www.xtremeindustres.com
welcome. 850-585-8192 Toll Free 1866-684-337


S-AN AMBICAN RKl MUON
ward._- Your Sllverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ffrdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

RENTALS
345 PEGGY DRIVE
3BR/2BA/2CG, fenced yard,
screened porch,
pets ok,
$1,200/month
996 GEORGIA AVE.
2BR/BA, pet sok, vinyl
privacy fence (front & back)
with an electric gate
for back yard, FL. Room,
fire place,
$850/month
5218 MOORE LN.
LEE FARMS
4BR/2BA/2CG, pets ok,
$1,300/month '
8052 LUDLUM RD.
LAUREL HILL
2BR/2BA, FP, w/large
den on 4 acres,
horses/pets ok,
$850/month
4418 WILKERSON BLUFF RD.
HOLTT
4BR/3BA, fenced in yard,
on l0 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
494JILLIAN AVE.
4BR/2BA/2CG, brick
home, Westview
Estates Ph.l1,
980 sq. ft.
$189,900

1171 WALKER DR.
BAKER, FL
4BR/2BA, brick, 2 acres,
in ground pool,
3,500 sq. ft,
$437,900


Baylis & Davis
Realty
Your Crestriewu Cotnnection




68-45


6170



NEW r OAY NEW.ODAY


Kenneth

Cadenhead
Sales Professional for
Award Chevrolet, would like
to answer any questions
you may have about our
quality vehicles.


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8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
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8210 Boats'
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
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BMW '95,
$5500 obo. Call
305-8226 or 689-1506


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Crestview 3br 1ba,
1400sf, $700/mo.+dd.
*2br 2ba 1400sf
$750mo. Calf 865-0184


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MONTHS ON ALL
1/2 TON SILVERADO, TAHOE,
SUBURBAN, AVAI(NCHE, & IMPALA


07 SILVERADO
Crew Cab 4x4
MSRP C SALE PRICE
$31,415
DISCOUNT & REBATE $2 3 969
$6,946
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, ONSTAR, ALM WHEELS AND MORE


% ONALL 08 HEAVY DUTY MODELS
PLUS $1000 BONUS CASH


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%PLUS $1000 BONUS CASH
ON COBALT, IMPALA, HHR, COLORADO EXTENDED
OR CREW CAB, EQUINOX, & TRAILBLAZER
LOW RATES IN R RATES. TERMS UP TO 60 MONTHS WITH WELL APPROVED cREY
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07 SILVERADO 07SUBURBAN
Diesel Crew Cab $LEP M 39,10CE ASOC $30
MSRP SALE PRICE DISCOUNT & REBATE $30j985
& A- A Am, &$-RI11 r


$42,955 $
DISCOUNT & REBATE 4,626
$8,329
PW, PL, TL, AM FM CD, ALM. WHEELS, TRAILERING PKG.,
INTEGRATED BRAKE CONTROLLER


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


08 EQUINOX
MSRP SALE PRICE
$23,035
, L, C, TL, AM M LM. W$19 HEELS AND MORE
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, ONSTAR, AL. WHEELS AND MORE


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08COBALT 081MPALA
S7 SRP SALE PRICE
4 N MI A DISCOUNT & REBATE 1o
AUTO TRANSMISSION, AC, AM FM CD XM PW, PL CR, TL, AM FM CD, ONSTAR, POWER DRIVEERSEATAND MORE


08SILVERADO 08TAHOE 08MALIBU
RegularCab
AFTER REBATES AND DISCOUNTS $19475
$16,589 CONE TEST DRIVE PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD
$16,589 COME TEST DRIVE WITH CD
AC, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, ONSTAR, XM WITH CD


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


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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 3/26/08.
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