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Crestview news
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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 2, 2008
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'The future is very bright for Crestview.

I'm excited about wvhat the future holds. "

Mayor David Cadle


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


avid Cadle marks his first
D to reflect on progress ma~de
under his administration. He also ac-
knojwledged some disappointments and
eagerly anticipates tackling the challenges
the county's biggest city has yet to face.

Employee salarieS
"One of the things I campaigned
about was the salary structure of our
city employees," Cadle said. "Our salary
structure was such that we were losing
employees to other municipalities."
As an example, the mayor said, it
costs about $17,000 to recruit, train,
equip and uniform a police officer. After
that expense, many young officers were
lured to other communities with the
promise of higher salaries.
"You can't blame them, these young
men and women, who are trying to
make a living," Cadle said.
"The important thing is we keep ex-
perienced personnel not just in the Po-
lice Department, but in all departments
in the city. I was pleased the city council


was on board with that."
Cadle had praise for Crestview's pub-
lic employees.
"I have found we have some really
wonderful people working here, who
do a great job and have a deep passion
for the job they do," Cadle said. "I'm just
really high on the praise for people we
have here.

FM8RnClal challenges
"The city is in much better financial
shape than it had been in years past,"
Cadle said, crediting the council for over-
coming "financial difficulties of years
past."
Governmental finances are tougher
this year than previously, Cadle acknowl-
edges.
"We're not sure what's going to hap-
pei now," he said. "Wi'th Amendment 1,
we're going to take a much greater finan-
cial hit. Thne next budget process is going
to be much tougher. Our biggest concern


with that is that we won't have to lay off
personnel."
In fact, "as the city grows we're find-
ing ourselves in need of more people to
run the city," Cadle said. .

PoliCe department
Cadle also expressed pride in the prog-
ress of the Crestview Police Department.
"Through~ the efforts of Police Chief
Brian Mitchell, we have done a complete
restructuring of the way we do things,"
Cadle said. "I can report to you that the
morale is really high right now.
"We have come down really hard on
the drug trafficking problem in Crest-
view," Cadle continued.
S"In 2007 there were nine drug traf-
ficking cases. In 2006 there were none. That
shows you the great jump in what we're
trying to do. We're happy with the prog-
ress that's been made there."

See MAYOR A5


Elbert James of
Access Unlimited Ministry
Inc., of Cresiview,
recently completed his
yearly missionary trip to
India. James has made an-
nural trips to the county
since 2000. Hie has helped
establish 29 churches in
India and helped minister
to the needs of many peo-
ple. He shared photos and
stories from his latest trip
with the Orestview News
Bulletin.

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This time I went alone,
butlIhad the privilege to go
farther into southern India
to a place called Bangalore,
a six-hour train ride.
As I journeyed farther
into India, I began to think
~of the' prayer of J~abez (1
Chronicles 4:9-10) and how
God had really enlarged
.my territory and given
me the chance to share the
Gospel with my Indian
Brothers and sisters-
As Isat on the train look-


ing out at the beautiful vast
countryside, Icouldn'thelp
but think about the great
commission God has given
to us in Matthew 28:19-20
(Go ye into all the world
and preach the gospel).
I thanked God for grant-
ing me the privilege to b~e
a part of this great harvest
and was very happy to be
clay in the potter's hands.

See INDIA A4


Elbert James / Special to the News Bulletin
Elbert James (bottom right) with people he met
while performing a churdh service during his recent
missionary visit to India. James has made annual visits
to the country since 2000.


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Special to the News Bulletin
The Community Newspapers. Divi-
sion: of Freedom Communications Inc.
has named Jason Mobley
General Manager of the
Crestview News Bulletin.
Mobley had served as
the News Bulletin's in-
terim General Manager
since December. He pre-
viously worked 10 years
at the Northwest Florida Jason
Daily News in Fort Walton Mobley
Beach, where he was the
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our readers, advertisers, associates and
the community."
Mobley is a graduate of the University
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'Your Front Page Story'


OSTF pageant


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eirtended to today
Grace Ferdlon
Special to the News Bulletin

Registration for the Old Spanish Trail
Festival Pageant has been extended until
today at 6 p.m.
The pageant is Saturday at the Crest-
view High School auditorium and is
sponsored by CHS cheerleaders.
The pageant for Kin~gs and Queens
ages 0-5 years is at 2 .j~m., and continues
at 6 p.m. for ages 6-21.
Mandatory rehearsal is Thursday at 6
p.m. in the CHS auditorium. A manda-
tory interview for entrants ages 16-21 is
at 6 p.m. Thursday.
For details or to register, call 682-0031,
682-6129 or 682-2175.

Want to see your story on the front page?
Submit your article and/or photos to Kyle
Wright at kylew~3crestviewbulIletin. com, or
bring your material to the News Bulletin of-
fice. Put "Front Page Story" onz the subject
thne or on your printout.


Postcards from India: A missionary's tales


Traveling to the
Subcontinent
Hello readers,
This is Elbert James with
another report of the great
work that we have been
doing in India and also
right herein Crestview. I
have just arrived back from
my yearly trip to southern
India, where God's grace,
mercy and watch allowed
us to complete another
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Paving has been com-
pleted on the Brook-
meade Drive extension,
and the road is tentatively
scheduled to open to the
public by mid-April, ac-
cording to assistant Pub-
lic Works Director Wade
Lane.

tou he auc asf srp ing
guard rails, and grass to
prevent erosion, are yet
to be completed.
The road intersects
into Ruby Lane and
will provide an alter-
nate route from State
Road 85 at an often con-
gested area south of
Crestview.
The city of Crestview
has done the entire proj-
ect, with the exception of
contracting the asphalt
to Bullard Excavating of
Andalusia, Ala.
"Our folks have done
a great job," said Lane.


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Crestvriew News
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at 370 West Redstone
Drive. Attendees are in-
vited to bring a friend.
Afterward, there will
be a free six-week grief
support group that will
begin meeting Tuesdays
from 5-6 ~p.m. starting
April 15. For details, call
Charlotte Eschmann at
682-3628.

~KINDERGARTEN
REGISTRATION: If
your child will be five
years old on or before
Sept. 1, please register
him or her from April
7-11. It is extremely
important that new
kindergarten students
be registered for school,
which opens in August.
Classes will be formed,
teachers assigned and
materials ordered on
the basis of student
enrollment.


You may also enroll
your children in the
Summer VPK program
if they turned four years
old on or before Sept.
1 last year. Register
during the regular
school day at the
school zoned for your
child's neighborhood.
You must provide proof
of Florida residency and
other information. Call
833-9333 for details.

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TOURNAMENT: for
children' ages 2-13
Sunday, April 27 at .
Twin Hills Park at 1
p.m. Preregistration
suggested. Registration
ends at 12:30 on April
27. A treasure hunt will
be held April 28 through
May 3rd, or until the
treasure is found. The


annual Old Spanish
Trail Festival Carnival
will be held from April
29 May 3.

WALKER SCHOOL
ADVISORY COUNCIL:
Members are being
nominated for the SAC
for the 2008-09 school
year. The council is
composed of community
members, parents and
Teachers and helps
with development and
implementation of the
school performance
plan.
If you are interes-
ted in filling the
vacancy, contact the
school by Friday,
May 2. For SAC details,
call 689-7220. Election
will be held May 13 at
5:30 and 6 p.m. during
the~ SAC and PTO
meetings.


VETS TO RECOG-
NIZE LAW ENFORCE-
MENT & FIRE & RES-
CUE PERSONNEL: On
April 12 at 6 p.m., area
veterans groups vtrill
recognize service pro-
fessionals at the Oscar
E. Wilson A~merican
Legion Post #75, located
at 898 James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview (U.S. High-
way 90). .
Guest speaker is
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle. Dinner will be
served after presenta-
tions are made, provid-
ed by the Post's Ladies
Auxiliary. For details,
contact Billy Becknell at
689-3195.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2008


on his all in one day.
Arriving to check on7 a
listing, a real estate agent
foma7d the kitchen window
smashed and the suspect
fleeing. The kid was ar-
rested after a short chase,
and admitted to being in the
house because it was cold
outside.
The lad claimed he had
only been there a few min-
utes, sitting on the couch.
Confronted with crumbs in
a rounpled upstairs bed, the
boy admitted he consumed
somne Twinkies and then
took a nap.
In short order he was con-
nected with the break-in at
another home, in which sev-
eral bottles of prescription
medicine were stolen;. From
another home he allegedly
took off in the owner's 2001
Mitsubishi Montero.
In all, the little bug-
ger racked up charges for
grand theft auto, petit theft,
burglary to an unoccupied
structure, armed burglary
to a structure (the deputy
found a knife in his back-
pack), and another p~etit
theft charge for the con-
sumed Twinkies.


"What Light Through
Yonder Window
Breaks?"
When a resident heard
someone rn~ through her
yard around midnight


an-d saw an ~unfamiliar car
parked on the street out
front, she summoned depu-
ties.
As th~ey investigated, a
19-year-old Crestview guly,
who we'll call Romeo, saun-
ter~ed back through the yard
toward the cat
"A strong odor of an al-
coholic bever-age was emnit-
ting from [his] person," the
arrest report noted.
Detained, Romeo ex-
plained he was visiting a
lady friend, "Juliet," for
purposes of this report,
who lived behind the home
in front of which he had
parked,
"He walked through the
yard to his friend's house
so that he would not wake
up his friend's parents," the
report stated. "He stated he
and his female friend had
been sitting orethe back
porch."
However, another neigh-
bor said he saw Romeo h~id-
ing in the shrubbery while
deputies searched the area,
then rnm across the yard and
up the side of Juliet's house.
Deputies checked with
Juliet, who confessed that
Romeo had indeed "been at
her residence, but she only
spoke to him th~rough- her
window."
Romeo was charged with
loitering or prowling. Pre-
sumably Juliet got, a stern
talking-to by Mr. Capulet.


3/9: Christopher Wayne
Gar "Ct t8 ef4 48 Wol rc
with aggravated battery by
strangulation.
3/10: Anthony William
Roca, 23, of 4622 Middleton
Road, Crestview, was charged
with sxual battery on 5,o

S8133 8th St., Laurel Hill, was
charged with possession of Hy-
drocodone, less than 20 grams
'of marijuana and drug para-
phernalia, and battery/domes-
tic violence. A 16-year-old
was charged with resisting an
officer with violence and dis-
turbing a school function.

view 1esiden wsolch t-e
with possession of a controlled
substance (direct file), selling,
manufacturing, delivering or
possessing a controlled Sched-
ued g su anc ean possession
3/14: A 16-year-old Crest-
view resident was charged
with burglary to a structure

aKanr Lahl Inerrn 3,3
of 302 E. First Ave., Crestview,
was charged with affray.
3/16: Scott Allen Brace, 33,
of 2940 Chantry Circle, Crest-

unde rt ci fuec ahnd lav
ing the scene of a traffic crash
with serious injury. Stephen
Allen Fee, 25, of 428 Cooper St.,
Crestview, was charged with

intn ts dis iilmte c Ilava io
of mar juana, and possession of
MDMA and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
son14: \itchell) Kee kAndaer-
Road, Baker, was charged with
battery/domestic violence.
3/20: Thomas James Gar-
land, 18, of 3496 Melissa Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
grand theft. A 17-year-old
Crestview teen was charged
with grand theft. A 14-year-
old Crestview resident was
charged with burglary to a
structure and felony criminal
mischief. McArthur Franklin,
56, of 505 S. Wilson St., Crest-
view, was charged by posses-
sion of a concealed weapon and
drug paraphernalia. Eugene
Smith, a.k.a. Clifford Eugene
Baker, 33, was charged with
escape, aggravated battery on
a law enforcement officer and
grand theft auto.
3/21: Royce Vernard Smith,
66, of 6120 Old River Road,
Baker, was charged with pos-
session of a driver's license
Without required sexual of-
fender markings. James An-
thony Wilkerson, 20, of 297 W.
Walnut Ave., Crestview, was
charged with improper exhibi-
tion of a dangerous firearm and
breach of the peace/disorderly
conduct.
S3/24: George L. Hardy, 49,
of 5423 Shotgun Trail, Crest-
view, was charged with grand
theft.
3/27: Robert Ernest Rivers,
29, of 275 Edgewood Place,
Crestview, was charged with
lewd or lascivious offenses
committed in the presence of
persons less than 16 years of
age, exposure of sexual organs
and abuse of a child.
3/29: Gill McGee Jr., 19, of
697 Martin Luther King Jr.
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with aggravated battery (do-
mestic violence). Jack Antho-
ny Hansel, 32, of 3040 Stillwell
Blvd., Crestview, was charged
with battery (domestic vio-
lence).
4/13: A 13-year-old Crest-
view resident as charged with
burglary to a structure and fel-
ony criminal mischief.


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Tales of interesting inci-
dents gathered from local
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Affrays of the Heart
A Crestview Police offi-
cer observed a 26-year-old
white female high-tailing
it down M. L. King Bou-
levard with a 31-year-old
black female in hot pur-
suit.
The white girl stopped
and hit the black girl, who
then hit the other girl,
knocking her on her ki-
ester.
The black girl informed
the officer she had ob-
served through a window
the white girl in a compro-
mising position with her
boyfriend in her daugh- -
ter's bedroom. As she ran
through the front door to
confront them, the frolick-
ers ran out the back.
Both women were ar-
rested for having an af-
fray.


After a lovely Dutch
treat luncheon date at a local
wings eatery, th~e 28-year-
old Crestview girl says she
Irands the g some cash to
pay her share of the split tab
and leaves to secure her two
children in her vehicle.
The guy agreed to accept
the cash and put both tabs
on his credit card, the girl
alleges.
The restaurant said he
only paid his share, pock-
eted her cash and left.
Informed several days
later that her share of the
tab remained unpaid, the
woman agreed to contact
restaurant management to
psay her balance. She didn't.
Arrested for obtaining
food with intent to defraud,
she instead got to sampvle
the fare at the county jail.

The Twinkie Kid
Some accused juvenile
delinquents acquime their of
ten lengthy criminal records
over a period of time.
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Dept. reports
of 6: Sean Mic ael CGrlase ,i 18
was charged with sale of co-
caine and possession/use of
narcotic equipment.
3/12: Theodor Gonzalez, 18,
of 4717 Connor Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
!alcoh~ol by a person under 21
years of age and possession of
Less than 20 grams of marijua
n Izell l. Ealy, 18, of 525 Hill
nav.e, Crestview, was charged
with poss ssion of alcohol by
a person under 21 years of age
and possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. Tyrone

Cur ws c rgaed with eeSmt n
an officer/obstruction by dis
guise. Irving Lawrence West-
brooks Jr., 30, of 612 Lee Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with

ped mt uc re, attey-a sn
bodily harm (domestic vio-
lence), petit theft and violation
of pre-trial agreement,

vidon, 18,reom453 Tiei ROd .
Pace, was charged with bur
glary to an unoccupied con-
veyance. Luis Mendoza, 35,
of 158 Cross Drive, Crestview,

an c aprie d 1hlin an et t
theft.
3/19: John Lee Wilson, 25,
of 188 Benjamin St., Crestview,
was charged with burglary
with assault or battery, battery
(domestic violence, and larce-
nous petit theft.
3/20: Kelly G. Ganje, 40, of
123 Lonnie Jack Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with as-
sault/domestic violence and
resisting arrest without vio
lence.
3/21: Paul Ashley Cook,
28, of 364 John King Road,
Crestview, was charged with
Prescription forgery and traf-
ficking more than 4 grams of
a controlled substance. Mark
Anthony Scarbrough, 21, of 556
N. Hathaway St., was charged
with battery on a law enforce-
ment officers and resisting
an officer without violence. *
Gary Albert Dobbs, 59, of 4694
Cahokia Rain, Crestview, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
3/23: Eric Nathan Reynolds,
19, of 705 Riva Ridge Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
battery-touch or strike (domes
tic violence), criminal mischief
with property damage totaling
$200 or less; and child abuse -
intentional act, could expect
PHY./mental injury. David C.
Died erich, 23, of 121 Edge Ave.,
Valparaiso, was issued a notice
to appear on a charge of pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
* Jessica Nicole Duffield, 23, of
1669 Pickens Circle, Baker, was
charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked,
* Antonio De J. Rubio Larios,
22, of 2629 Nixon Chapel Road,
Fla., was charged with operat-
ing a motor vehicle without a
valid license.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
3/6: Robert Earl William-
son, 36, of 138 Cross Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
failure to comply with the
registration requirements of a
sexual offender. Jeffrey Ray
Deloach, 44, of 380 Riverchase
Blvd., Crestview, was -charged
with sale of and possession of
methylenedioxymethanphet-
amine (MDMA) with intent to
distribute within 1,000 feet of a
convenience store.


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Scaring away
a king cobra
Whenfl I arrived back in
Chennai, wlhereL I had been~
staying wiith my adopted
family, the family members
told me when they camne
hom~e from church, they
went into the house and
found ~a sevIen-fo~ot king co-
bra ('am"poo) hunting for
rats.
They scared the snake
away and said for me not
to fear because God will
protect us, and that it was a
conunon occurrence.
Needless to say, I slept
with one eye open until I left
to come home.
Since 2002, we have been
working on helping the
family build a better house
by sending a lttlehereand a
little there. It is almost done.
We hope to complete it very
soon, praise be to God.

Visits with the people
I had the opportunity to
sing and preach at some of
the 29 churches we have es-
tablished since 2000, when
we made our first trip to In-
dia. The work is expanding
by leaps and bounds. I also
had the chance to preach at
one of the school academies
and do a gospel concert.
I also was invited to sing
at a Hindu festival called
pongazl, a festival of the
harvest. Many of the vil-
lage people kn~ew me from
previous years. They wel-
comed me with open arms
and flowers. They asked
me to sing and talk with
them (especially the young
people) and talk about my
country, my culture and my
God. It was a blessing to see
so many people wanting to
know about my God.
I had the chance to visit
some of the church mem-
bers and to pray with them
and to minister to their
needs, offering prayer for
the sick and lifting them up
to God in prayer. I thought
about the many times Je-
sus went through just such
villages mingling with the
people, gaining their confi-


Blsger-~Insu~Mmarinmeomu su~~:r x~";comenewsmZB~d
Elbert James / Special to the News Bulletin photos
This girl suffered burns all over her body'when the roof of her
home caught fire. Elbert James was able to pay for the girl's
medical expenses with money donated to him during his trip.


Elbert James with a crippled boy he met during his trip to India.


Work continues on a home Elbert James hopes will be built
for a family he met in India.


A street scene from Elbert James' visit to India.


Planning for HOXt year
We are planning to go
again this year to continue
the great commission God
has given all of us as we
journey through this land.
It is because of people
and churches that care that
the work will be finished
and Jesus call come.
We would like for you
to continue to support our
mission back to southem
India, where the Holy Spirit
is large and in charge, the
church population is in-
creasing rapidly, and many


souls are seeking to know
Jesus, the only true and liv-
ving God.
I would be happy to
come to your church to
share video and photos of
our journeys to India and
other parts of the world.
Please contact me at:
Access Unlimited Minis-
try Inc.
137 W. Walnut Ave.
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 682-4478
May God continue
to bless each of you.
Yours in Christ,
Elder Elbert Jamzes


any compensation.
I had shared my mis~
sion endeavors with a
lady at the Pensacola air~
port, and she had given
me $100 for my mission
trip. I later missed my
flight from Miami and
had to stay over with a
relative, who gave anoth-
er hundred dollars.
With that money, I
was able to pay the girl's
hospital bill of $150, and
I gave the mother the
rest of the money to buy
food for her family. Praise
God.


These works of art are made of colored sand,


dence, meeting their needs
and then bidding them to
follow him. I found myself
overwhelmed with tears as
many thoughts of his love
ran through my mind as I
saw so much poverty.

Helping a burn victim
I went to visit one of the
church members whose
small daughter had been


severely burned when the
thatched roof caught fire
in the middle of the night.
She was burned so badly
she had to have skin graft-
ing done to the upper tor-
so. Her mother was not
able to pay the hospital
bill with her meager sal-
ary. She had two fingers
that had been cut off on
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"It happens," he said.
"But I'd hate to be the in-
dividual who took it. He
only hurt himself."
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office deputy
responding to the case be-
lives it was a crime' of op-
portunity. Spence said the~
deputy believes when the
thief realizes no valuables
are in the pack, he or she
will dump it somewhere.
Spencer is staying a few
days at the Christ Outreach
Mission ori U.S. Highway
90 in Mossy Head in the.
hopes someone will find
his pack.
Anyone locating the
pack or Spencer's personal
papers are asked to please
contact him at the mission
at (850) 951-2393.

See video of Spencer
at crestviewbulletin.com.


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The establishment of
special crime fighting units
also is a source of pride.
"We have recently in-
stituted the SWAT team.
These guys are great.
They're doing extensive
training. Many of those
serve on our Street Crimes
Unit," Cadle said. "Weir
really proud with what
they've done. That's a major
accomplishm11ent"

State Road 85
"The th-ing I hear the
most about when I'm out
antd about is the situation
with Highway 85," Cadle
said.
Realizing the complexi-
ties of the issue, last week
he brought together for the
first time representatives of
the city, county and state to
find common ground and
brainstorm ideas to address
the traffic issue.
"We had what we call
a Highway 85 Summit,"
Cadle explained. About 25
people attended.
"We had a wide-ranging
discussion on how we can
coordinate our efforts to
work together to better
pool our resources," Cadle
sai .d
"I am very excited about
what came out of that
meeting. At the close of the
meeting you could see city
staff and county and state
staff sharing maps and
ideas," he said. "I've always
been a strong proponent of,
if you can get people talk-
ing together, you can find
common goals"

DOWnt0WH
improvement
Recent improvements
and growth seen in the
city's Downtown heart con-
tinue to enthuse thet mayor.
"I'm just so excited
about the businesses on
Main Street," Cadle said.
He praised smallbusi-
ness owners, noting, "that's
a tough job."
As more people redis-
cover the convenience
of shopping Downtown,


sometimess there's a park-
in~g problem on Main
Street," Cadle said. "Thcat's
a good problem to have.
"Every day I'm seeing
improvement in the look
of Downtown. We want to
encourage people to con-
tinue to move Downtown
anl-d fix it up and make it
look better."

NOW military familiOS
The expected influx
of new military person-
nel and theit; families at
Eglin due to the BRAC
realignment is expected
to bring more residents
to Crestview.
"We can easily see an
addition of 7,000 people,
including support per-
sonnel," Cadle said.
"We're finding more
and more folks ill the
military are moving to
Crestview, and we want
to be prepared to wel-
come them," he said. "I
encourage the people of
Crestview to make them
feel right at home, just
as they've made me feel
right at home."

Dis appointment
but optimism
"Th~e biggest frustration
is the pace of govern-
ment," Cadle confessed.
"In my previous life
(as the Crestview High
School band director),
I moved rather quickly.
I'm impatient. That's
one of my many faults,
I'm impatient. I'm dis-
appointed things some-
times don't move faster."
Going into his second
year in office, Cadle is
optimistic and enthu-
siastic about the city's
future. '
"The future is very
bright for Crestview," he.
said during his visit with
the News Bulletin. "I'm
excited about what the
future holds." -

See video from the inter-
viewu iith Mal~yor Cadle at
cres tviewubulletin. com?.


More of Everything


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

On the 193rd day of hlis
cross-country walkabout,
Pat Spencer, stopped by
th~e News Bulletin to share
his story.
The Ch-i-I
cago ei e
dent passed ..i~~
through ?4 49=i
Crestview 3 8,r.
earlier this %
week on his
way from Pt
San Diego to Spence
Washington, pce

"I'm walking for
peace," Spencer explained.
"I've been a square peg
in a round hole for some
time, and I'm trying to
find some answers."
Spencer had nothing
b pase fr hihs vsit i
ed t time meeting te Rev.
John Cayer at Our Lady of
Victory Catholic Church,
who found him accommo~
dations in an area motel
during his stay.
The young man's od-
yssey began on Sept. 24,
2007, after he arrived mn
San Diego froni Chicago.
He expects to arrive in
Washington, D.C.,in about
four months at' his present
rate of between 15 and 230
miles a day.
His nights have been
spent in motels, churches,
truck stops, with Apache
Indians, and even the
home of a kind family he
had never met before.
Along the way he's
been bitten by a brown
recluse spider in Arizona,
forcing him to accept the
only ride of many he's
been offered a trip to a
local hospital.
In the same state he
came face to face with a
mountain lion.
"I'm grateful the big
cat didn't jump," Spencer
said. "He was older and
was seeing if I was small
enough to eat."
Had it been a younger


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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
While hiking east through Crestview on Monday morning, Pat Spencer encountered
Laurel Tharpe (center) and Donna Stowe heading west along the Florida Trail.

Crossing paths
One of the pleasures Pat Spencer derives is meeting new friends during his travels. "You
get to meet some wonderful people along the way," he said. "Everybody has a story."
While in Crestview he chanced upon Laurel Tharpe of Sebring and her friend Donna
Stowe of Melbourne. The ladies are hiking the Florida Trail from the Everglades to Fort
Pick~ens and are proud of their ages 69 and 71, respectively.
"People want to do things, but they think they're too old," said Tharpe, whose trail name is
"Mountain Laurel."
Stowe, known as "Mosey" on the trail, added, "You're never too old."
Spencer agreed. "Everything you want to do begins with that first step. Sometimes that's
all it takes."


lion, Spencer was sure he
might well have been the
cat's supper.
"It was tough," Spen-
cer said of Arizona, which
he found his biggest chal-
lenge. There he was buf-
feted by the Sarita Anna
winds and had to press
himself against rock walls
on narrow roads to allow
trucks to pass ~
"Not to mention snakes
and bugs and spiders that
bite you," he said.
Spencer has also walked
the width of Spain, follow-
ing a cross-country hiking
trail in 1999. In 2001 he
walked the length of Cali-
fornia along the coast from
San Diego to Oregon.
Despite nature's, chal-
lenges, Spencer has found
his faith in humanity
strengthened on his jour-
ney.


"Im meeting some
phenomenal people," he
said. "It's given me a lot
of hope, because people
want to do good. It's kind
of restored my hope in hu-
mnanity."
Then Spencer ran into a
major setback on his jour-
ney Monday. .
Someone stole his back-
pack during a pit stop at a
Mossy Head truck stop
and convenience store.
"The only things of
value are valuable only to
me," lamented Spencer. "I
would've given them the
pack if they really needed
it."
.The valuables include
Spencer's journal, Bible
and lists of contacts with
the new friends he's made
along the way.
Spencer is philosophi-
cal.


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Kye~igtS On the insurance question


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The mayor hoped to get
people talking.
Consider the mission ac-
comnplish-ed.
Crest-view Mayor David
Cadle put forth suggestions
for a new special events
policy during the most re-
cent Crestview City Coun-
cil meeting. .
The most-noticed part
_ not coincidentally writ-
ten in all caps in the pro-
posed policy reads "NO
CANDY OR OTHER ITEMS
ARE ALLOWED TO BE
THROWN FROM ANY (pa-
rade) ENTRY."
The smaller type in the
next sentence says wralk-
ers alongside parade floats
would be permitted to pass
out candy.
One might think the
mayor suggested canceling
Christmas, based on th~e on-
line backlash.
Amazingly, the online
consensus seems to favor
keeping current parade
candy rules as they are.
If parade participants
want to use the events ad '
target practice, then ready,
aim, fire!
Never mind th~e over-
whelming evidence show-
ing more than a few people
have suffered injuries due


to flyingi candy at Crestview
parades.
The throwing of cand
has generated a bigger
problem: Children, whose
parents are unwilling or
unable to do their jobs as
parents, often dash into the
parade route to collect the
thrown candy.
The city currently is on a
collision course with a pa-
rade tragedy.
If all of the candy comes
from walkers along the pa-
rade routes, this will create
a natural barricade. Kids
.might crowd around the
walkers, but at least they
won't be on the street.
Will some throw candy
anyway? Probably. Should
police line the streets ready
to arrest anyone who does?
No. ,
If the proposed policy
would prevent just one
child from rushing into
the street to chase thrown
candy, then it would be
worth it.
People at the city council
meeting say they have wit-
nessed other parades where
walkers handed out candy,
people had a good time, no
one got hurt, and the Earth
did not spin off of its axis.
The council should en-


act the "no throw" portion
of the mayor's suggested
policy

The candy controversy
overshadowed the truly im--
portant issue in the mayor's
proposed policy: city liabil-
ity insurance coverage at
special events.
To their credit, the
council members spent the
majority of their discussion
asking questions on this
topic.
To make a long story
short, Cadle senses some
event organizers assume the
city's insurance policies al-
ready cover special events.
Cadle said the city pays
an additional premium
when event organizers can-
not or do not carry the city
on their own liability insur-
ance.
The mayor seeks specific
guidelines for payment of
the city's special events li-
ability insurance.
Should the city pay?
Should the event organizers
pay? Should the city pay to
cover some and not others?
The city currently does a
little bit of everything. Ca-
dle seeks more consistency.
Cadle suggested the city
pay for its own liability cov-


erage for four "community"
events and implement a fee
for other events that do not'
or cannot carry the city on
their own policies.
This is the issue the coun-
cil needs to get right (par-
ticularly if the city decides' .
to invite future injuries and
lawsuits byr continuing to
allow throwing of candy).
"Pay for all" or "pay for '
none" are the correct op- '
tions, but probably aren't
politically realistic ones.
A possible compromise:
grandfather in city payment
of city liability coverage for'
a few festivals that depend
on it. Make it clear future
festival organizers should
expect to help reimburse
city liability insurance fees.
Cadle admitted he didn't
expect his original proposal
to sail through the council.
He wanted to get people-
talking.
Do you agree with his
ideas? Or do you want to
throw a piece of candy in-
disgust?

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
cresiviewbul~letin.com. Read
the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin. com.


to the value of government
services provided. The ex-
planation for these taxes is:
redistributive politics.
Florida would benefit
from a more effective tax
and expenditure limit re-
ferred to as the Taxpayer
Protection Amendment.
The Taxpayer Protection
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Florida would: 1) limit the;
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This amendment would
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reform. Florida could begin2
to provide much needed
property tax relief and re-
duce property tax rates.

Econzom7ist Dr. Barry W.
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low of The Jamles Madison
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center based in Tallahassee,
as wuell as a Distingsuished
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The impressive margin
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One should not havle been
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and spending have failed
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burden of property taxes in
Florida.
Taxes in Florida are at
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few years state and local
taxes have captured about
10 percent of the state's
income. At no other tim-e
in the state's history havle
state and local govern-
'ments imposed such a
heavy tax burden on citi-
zens.
Since the recession hit in
2001, local property taxes
haire increased more rap-
idly thari personal income.
From 1991 to 2004 local
property taxes more than
doubled, from less than $10
billion to more than $20 bil-
lion~. Florida's property tax
rates are among the highest
in the country.
Much of the increase in
local property taxes can be
attributed to the housing
bubble. During the early
years of this decade, prop-
erty values in many parts
of Florida increased at dou-
ble digit rates. As property


values increased; assessed
values increased as well.
In the last year increases in
property values have mod-
erated and in some com-
munities property values
hav~e declined. At the same
time, some local jurisdic-
tions in Florida have been
increasing property tax
rates.
Now the state's economy
is suffering the conseqluenc-
es. A fer all, if residents
perceive that "tax price"
is too high for th~e govern-
ment services offered,
they'll move to another
jurisdiction. It's already -
occurring. Businesses also
assess the taxes they pay
relative to the government
services they r-eceivre. If
those services aren't worth
the taxes they~pay, they'll
relocate. So the question is
why cities would nonethe-
less increase their property
taxes to such a high level
that they drive out resi-
dents and business.
They do it because city
governments may exert a
kind of monopoly power
akin to that exercised by
monopolies in the private
sector. Th~e difference is the
government can impose a
legal monopoly that may
persist. Monopoly power in
the private sector tends to
be eroded by competition
in the marketplace, unless
it's protected by legal re-
strictions on competition.


To the extent that a lo-
cal government can exert
monopoly power, it can
rake in more property tax
revenue than it needs for
essential services. The re-
sulting surplus is equal to
the difference between the
revenue generated by the
tax and the true value of
services provide to citizens
by the government.
That surplus is often
used to reward special
interest groups and by
politicians and bureaucrats
in the form of bribes, kick-
backs, and other forms of
corruption involvingo con-
tracts to purchase goods
and services. .
In addition, politicians
and bureaucrats may be
paid wage and non-wage
benefits in excess of the
value of the services they
provide. This is especially
likely to be true when pub-
lic sector employees are
unionized.
Indeed, public employ-
ees' pay and p~erks often
exceed those received by
comparable employees in
the private sector. More-
over, the unfunded liabil-
ity linked to pension and
health benefits for public
employees h~as emerged as
a major problem.
At all levels of govern-
ment in Florida, the taxes
imposed and the? reve-
nue generated by those tax-
es have little relationship


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2008



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What are NODs?
NODs are "North Okaloosa Deeds."
Evlery other week we'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. We'll
also shake our collective heads at some
"Bad North Okaloosa Deeds."

G00d NODS
*A Good NOD to Regions Bank for its
grant of several computers and $1,000 to
the Macedonia Community Development
Corporation. The MCDC, a fa~ith-based, non-
profit community development organization,
will use the grant for general operating costs.
*A Good NOD to Sue Whitney for
showing her concern for the environment.
Whitney encouraged Crestview Mayor
David Cadle to proclaim March 22 "Water
Day" in Crestview, in connection with the
United Nations' World Water Day. "I see so
many people wasting (water) Whitneysutold
the News Bulletin. "I would like for every-
One to think more about what they are do-
ing every day-
*A Good NOD to the Pensacola Ice Pi-
lots for making the trip to Crestview to play
a charity broomball game against a team
representing the North Okaloosa Medical
Center. The Ice Pilots` were nearing the end
of a long season and still were willing to
make the extra effort to visit with local fans '
and contribute to a good cause. About 600
people attended the game this past Thurs-
day at Crestview High School, hezlpmg
NOMC raise money for Relay For Life.
*A Good NOD to the three people who
participated in the city of Crestview's Spring
Cleanup Day last year. A Bad NOD to the
rest ofus for. .niltcmui s ,rmorec prutc-
pation. The a-ty canceled t]ims year s Spring
Cleanup effort due to the lack of interest.

Do you knowo of someone whllo performed' a
"lGood North Okaloosa Deed"? Call 682-6524
or e-manil ky/lew~crerstviewbul~letin.coml. We'll .
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Pr omun i
Brian Hughes

I've received several boxes of family mem-
orabilia from my Uncle Dave as he and Aunt
Betty downsize in preparation for their move
into smaller digs. .
In a recent carton, I found a hand-painted
sign my grandfather had produced, which
hung over his desk since the 1940s.
I find Pop~pa's sentiments are just as timely
today, given government's penchant for Imi~
cromanaging so much of our lives.

"An over-developed sense of responsibility
plus 12 dim view of the public's intelligence ~
Ca71In hachl some ;lftilr-ethe prohibitions. "
Edgar M. Hughes, Se
(1 899 -1978)
World War 1 veteran, Advertising executive


Letter to the Editor: Thanks

to Democratic chairperson

The Democratic Party has been very fortu-
nate to have had Toni Craig as our chairperson.
She has been able, through her hard work and
dedication, to bring the party together. She has
been an inspiration to all of us. Her leadership
will be greatly missed.

Joseph Barley
Acting Chair of Okaloosa County Democratic
Executive Committee


Johh Parrott
Military News


Kyle Wright
Editor


Jason Mobley
General Manager


Melissa Tedder
Office Manager


Amanda Kosche
Graphic Artist


Ann Spann
Photographer


Brian Hughes
.Reporter


Heather Gann
Account
Executive


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Jeremy Cadle
Account
Executive


Greg Allen
Production
Manager


Randy Dickson
Sports Editor


Sherrie Stanley
Receptionist/
Circulation Asst.


Opinion & Editorial


Guest Editorial by Barry Poulson


Denise Bobby Barkley
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2008 LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin i A~7


CREST VIEW
RELAY FOR LIFE LUAU APRIL 5: 12 p.mn. at the
American Legion, 898 James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Entry fee $1 at the gate, and feast f-or $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'
BLOOD DRIVES: for the Northwest Florida Blood
Center include: April 5, 10 a.m. to 1 p~m, American
Legion Post #75, 898 James Lee Blvd., on US. Highway
90 East in Crestview.
Sunday April 6 First United Methodist Church, 599
Eighth Avenue, Crestview 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. .
Call 862-4216 for more information on these drives.
SLIBRARY BOOK CLUB: Friends of the Crestview
Library are looking for members for a new book club.
An organizational meeting will be held in the near
future. For details, call Library Director Jean Lewis at
682-4432
BOOK SALE DONATIONS: The spring book sale
will be held F~riday, Saturday and Sunday from Apn1
4-6. Preview sale Fniday, 5-8 p.m. $1 for nonmembers.
Saturday and Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The group asks that you donate used books, VHS
and DVDs for the sale. Take them to the Crestview
library or call 689-1535 or 682-5759 to arrange for
p pickup of books and movies.
All types of hardbound and paperback books are

neG Mb SIC CEERLEADING FAIR: April
26 at Crestview Community Center on Commerce. Free
to boys and girls ages 2-12.
SSession A for 2-3 year olds: 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Session B for 4-5 year olds: 11-12 p.m.
Session C for 6-7 year olds; 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Session D for 8-12 year olds, 1:30 to 2:30.
Only 50 children allowed per session. Preregister
by April 23 via fax number (850) 654-7389 or via
mail to usgolddestin~earthlink.net. Visit www.
usgoldgylmnastics.com for details and a registration
form.

NOTICE OF PROPOSED

E NAC TMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, April 14,
2008 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Council
Chamber atCCityCHallci f98thNeoih WloresS reet,pCr cs sew'

adopt Ordinance #1393 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1393

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 0.30-! ACRE OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED As
SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY.
PROVIDING FOR I.AND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING
FOR BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE
AND ZONING DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDMENT TO THE BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING
MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING -WITH THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The 0.30 acre parcel to be annexed by Ordinance 1393 is
identified in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office
by parcel identification number 26-3N\-24-0000-001 8-0020.
Said 0.30 acre parcel is located in Section 26, Township 3 North,
Range 24 West, at the western tip of the City of Crestview
Sprayfield on Arena Road. The parcel's location is shown on
the map labeled "Ord. 1393" in this advertisement.

. Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal
description of the property being annexed are available in the
City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in
the City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected
by the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ord inances.

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

2 If a person decides tb appeal any decision made by the
:City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record of.
-the proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
"to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
-which the appeal is to be based.

SThe City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportu nity Employment,
:Housing and Providing Handicap Access".

~Janice F. Young April 2, 2008
:City Clerk April 9, 2008


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Library Time and "Visit
th-e Renaissance." This
program is presented by
Phoenix Glade, our local
Shire within the reenact-
ment group the Society
for Creative Anachro-
nisms (SCA) which is an
international organization
.dedicated to recreating
the historical life and
.combat of pre-17'1' -centu-
ry Europe. Don't miss this
exciting program that the
entire family v~i~ll enjoy.
*Sign-up for our
Book Discussion Group.
Call us today and we will
be happy to add you to
the list.
*Free AARP Tax
Help is Mondays from 2
to 6 p.m.; Tuesdays and
Thursday from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m.; and Fridays from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Service
is first come first serve.
Si n-in is re uired.


STAFF PICKS
"The Man Who Made
Lists: Love, Death, Mad-
ness and the Creation of
Roget's Thesaurus," Josh-
ua Ken l.
The author provides a
reconstructed look at the
life of Dr. Peter Roget.
Roget started creating
lists as a young child and
continued throughout his
life. In 1805 he wrote the
original 1,500-word Eng-
lish Thesaurus, but it was
not released until l852. Six
primary classes make up
Roget's Thesaurus. Each
class is made up of multi-
ple divisions and then sec-
tions. This classification
system became a diction-
ary of synonyms. Roget
continued to improve on
this work until his death in
1869. Since its release the
thesaurus has never been
out of print. Roget gradu-
ated from Edinburgh
University in 1798. He
published a wide range of
topics that he contributed
to encyclopedias. He also
invented the slide rule
and later in life attempted
to create a calculator.
"If the title of Joshua
Kendall's fine new biogra-
phy of Roget has a clinical
Oliver Sacks feel, the ma-
terial pretty 'much justi-


fies it ... Kendall's style is
plan add senilhe gt
thy and speed, occasional-
ly entertaining the reader
with a novelistic flour-
ish..." Thomas Mallon,
The New York Times.
"Seen It All and Done
the Rest," Pearl Cleage.
This award-winning
author once again gives
us an exciting, thought-
provoking novel.
The story begins with
African-American diva
Josephine Evans living
in Europe and enjoy-
ing all the perks of a fa-
mous actress. War breaks
out and- protests against
America and Americans
cause her to return to a
place she never claimed
as home. Back to her roots
in Atlanta's West End she
struggles to make a home
for her daughter. Merging
back into the neighbor-
hood is difficult, but with
the help of old friends she
finds the real meaning of
coming home.

JUST ASK
Any ques ions? J st ask
any staff member, Jean,
San ra, Miss Heat er,
Anna, Mar'ie, Sengdara,
Le Trcy Jaie Heath-
eise ad raeAuadmeeStop m
and welcome our ne pest
staff mmbe Audre Mil-
care .


CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cit-
yoferestview. org/library.
htm
Phone: 682-4432
Fax: 689-4788
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestviiew,
FL 32539 (Behind the
Crest~view Post Office)


QUQTE
OF THIE WEEK:
"It is, however, not to
the museum, or the lec-
ture-room, or the draw-
ing-school, but to the
library, that we must go
for the completion of our
humanity. It is books that
bear from age to age the
intellectual wealth of the
world."
Owen Meredith,
from Inspirational Quotes
About Libraries, Librar-
ians and Book Collections


From staff reports


ACT, SAT, or CLEP are
available. Staff members
are available to direct
customers to the most au-
thentic Web sites to access
for the particular informa-
tion they are looking for.
Roget's Thesaurus of-
fers many words to use
for essential such as, neces-
sary, vital, indispensable
and important. All of these
words describe what the
library is to our commu-
nity.


PROGRAMS
*On April 8, at 6 p.m.
in celebration of Ameri-
can Library Week and
National Poetry Month,
the Crestview Public Li-
brary will host an Open-
Mic Poetry Evening. If
you would liki to read
a poem you have writ-
ten, please call 682-4432.
Friends of the Crestview
Library will also sponsor
a poetry writing contest
for area middle-school
and high-school students.
Cash, books, and t-shirts
will be awarded for the
top three places. We have
plenty of spots open for
our Open-Mic portion of
the program.
*Our children's Lap
Sit program will begin
at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 8. Children under
the age of 3 are invited to
join us for stories, songs,
and finger-plays. Come
enjoy stories about "Cat
and Mouse," read by Ms.
Heather.
*On Wednesday, April
9 at 10:15 a.m. we offer
Story Time for children 3
years old and dider. The
theme for this program
is "It's Raining, It's Pour-
ing."
*Teens mark your
calendars for "Teen Take-
over" on Friday from 4:30
to 6 p.m. Library card
with Internet permission
is required. Don't miss
this fun afternoon at the
library. We will have an
origoami craft as well as
access to the Internet for


Jean Lewis
Library Director

Have you any idea of
the range of services pro-
\icled to this community
by our Librar~y?
Daily I am reminded
how essential our services
are to the community.
We provide free access
to Internet service that
connects our community
to countless diifferent in-
formational avenues -
"98.9% of public libraries
provide public access to
the Internet."
Information on jobs,
health and welfare are
just a click away. Bank-
ing and accounting pro-
cedures are often done
by some of our small
business owners, as well
as individual access to
bank accounts "Pubic
libraries are the number
one point of online access
for people without Inter-
net connections at home,
school or work.
We provide the latest
titles in recreational read-
ing at no cost to our cus-
tomers. With the economy
slump we are facing this
is definitely an essential
service. The average per-
son may buy one new
hardback book a month
at a cost of $360 per year.
Library customers check
out these same best sellers
free. -
Libraries provide
life-longo-learn-ing oppor-
tunities, are a source of
business, medical, state
and government infor-
mation, and at the same
time provide a cultural
atmosphere as well as a
gathering place for adults
and children.
We provide free rec-
reational entertainment
such as story time, teen
programs and family
programs. The art gallery
and three-dimensional art
display cabinets provide
bi-monthly displays of
art works by local artists.
Education resources like
study guides for GED,


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Lori Byerle
2968 -2008
Lori Kris-
ten Byerle, 39,
passed away
on Thursday,
March 27, 2008.
Growing
up in a military
family, Lori
lived in Germa-
riy, H-awaii and
the Philippines,
where she ex-
celled at sports
'and traveled
internationally
with her teams. Her mastery of business
anid economics served her well while work-
uing in Pensacola as a financial advisor.
Lori was the person who stopped her car
in the middle of traffic and jumped out to
chase down and save a confused and lost
stray dog, while others drove by honking
at her fo~r the inconvenience. Lori brought
laughter to her loved ones' lives and she
.had unending generosity. Her talents as an
artist and homebuilder were limitless. She
ejy reading boks in the sun at the dog
She is survived by her father, Erle,
mother Sheila, and brother Lee, his wife,
Amy, and their three children; by her clos-
est friend and partner, Don Strenstrom, and
heepr ceso were held privately by the
immediate family on Sunday afternoon,
March 30.
In lieu of flowers and to help celebrate
her life, donations may be made in Lori's
name oo h Amtra Soa ty for the Pre-
Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance or view the
geetbook for Lori Byerle bby clicking on the
crestviewbulletin.com.


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2008


Special to the News Bulletin

She lived the OWC story
vicariously through her son's
involvement with the college,
and now~ Jucly Rice of Crest_
view now has her own chapter
to write.
Rice, the mother of college
trustee board member Dale
E. Rice Jr., shared her desire
to start another scholarship at
Okaloosa-Walton College. She
has watched numerous single
parents struggle with working
and caring for a family while
pursuing an education. After
considering a few options, she
decided to work with OWC
on a scholarship for single par-
ents.
Rice didn't stop there. After
meeting with college president
Dr. Bob Richburg and David
'Sanders, CEO of North Oka-
loosa Medical Center, Rice
decided her course of action
would be to make a donation
to fund the Judy Rice Nursing
Scholarship Endowment with
the OWC Foundation.
"I have watched how many
young parents struggle to get
ahead, but with an education
and career in nursing, I hope
it will make things better for
them and their children," said
Rice, wife of the late Crestview
attorney Dale Rice Sr. "Nurs-
ing is a special calling to care
for people. I want the scholar-
ship to lighten the load so they
.can focus on their children anrd


Special to the News Bulletin
Judy Rice (center) presents her son and OWC Trustee Dale E. Rice Jr. with a check for the Judy Rice
Nursing Scholarship. Joining-the family for the event at North Okaloosa Medical Center are Chief
Nursing Officer Nina Perez (from left), CEO David Sanders, OWC Nursing Associate Dean Linda
Whitenton and OWC President Dr. Bob Richburg.,


Dimes and American Heart
Association, among other char-
ities, while also teaching Sun-
day school for over 35 years.
Her son Dale Jr. said his
mother "really thought about
wiihat direction she wanted for
her scholarship. It was her in-
tent all along to target the schol-
arship for single parents, and it
just made sense to her to make
it for nursing students since so
many nurses will be needed in
the future."
NOMC's Sanders couldn't
have been more pleased by
Rice's choice.
"There is going to be a con-
tinuing need for more nurses,
and we appreciate what the
college and Mrs. Rice have


done to assist our hospital and
others to meet the demand for
trained nurses," Sanders said. .
OWC's Richburg said tle
Judy Rice Nursing SiholarshiP
"is definitely a gift from the
heart. She's seen the struggle
working parents can face in
trying to achieve an education.
This scholarship will be so val-
ued by our nursing students
because it will ease the financial
burden for a single parent who
wants to get ahead in life."
Richburg 'expressed his
gratitude to Dale Rice Jr. for his
counsel to his mother.
"As a foundation president
Dale has been trained well and
he works hard for the college,"
said Richburg.


academics."
Rice smiled and added,
"You know, my husband has
his scholarship that the Kiwan-
is Clu~b created in his mernory
at O-W, and now I have one,
too. I suppose you could~ say
we'll always be together."
Judy Rice, a native of Tusca- '
loosa, attended the University
of Alabama. There she met and
married a young fellow who
went on to play professional
baseball. She followed him
on that path and later to law
school. They both raised a fam-
ily along the way.
Already a philanthropist
and community volunteer in
Crestview, Judy Rice has given
special efforts to the March of


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OfeStview's lifters compete at sectionals
Crestview's Clint Luker competes during the Sectional l-2A boys weightlifting meet
Monday at Fort Walton Beach. Luker finished sixth in the ll9-pound weight class
with a total lift of 345 pounds (175 bench, 170 clean and jerk). The Dawgs' Matt
Sanders placed fourth in the unlimited weight class with a total lift of 660 pounds (345
bench, 315 clean and jerk). Crestview's Joe Smith was fifth in the 219-pound weight
class with a total lift of 570 pounds (295 bench, 275 clean and jerk). The winner of
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BASEBALL
Crestview 5, Choctaw 2
Crestview 003 101 0 5 11 0
Choctaw 000 020 0 2 .6 2
W-Josh Edwards.


Crestview 6, Baker 1:
The Bulldogs used a pair
of big innings to win the non-
district contest.
Bre currie drove in two runs
for Crestview, while Brittany
Zellars also had an RBL.
Brittney Kilpatrick led Baker
(11-8) at the plate with a single
and a run scored.
Baker 010 000 0-1 22
Crestview 020 040 x-6 6 2
W-Shasta Tew. L-Lauren
Griffith.

Crestview 7,
Pine Forest 1
Autumn Norris picked up
thoer i0thhit as aS vrsit player
Crestview 002 032 0- 7
I ine Frest 000 010 0 1


Owensboro (Ky.) 1,
Crestview 0
Autumn Norris went 3-for-3
for the Dawgs.
Owensboro 001 000 0 1 5 2
Crestview 000 000 0 5 2

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Foxwood Sunday
Lowball, March 23.
1. Mike Taylor, Tim Stanley, Bo
Belanger, Leon Cunningham
-10
2. Brad Gutnik, Joe Garriga,
Bobby Kilpatrick, Tom Cook -9
3.JmB niher Jerr -eo
4. Don Widmaier, Jesse
Dennis, Ron Boisjolie, Don
Kearney -8
5. Tracy Bonham, Will Bonham,
Steve Sparkman, Steve
Whiddon -7

Foxwood Thursday
Lowball, March 27
1. Jack Patten, Aaron Daniel,
Fred Heiler, Melvin Cox -9
2. Steve Mobley, Claude Stiles,
Randy Taylor, Don Mazerat '
3. Jack Grainmar, David
J-lannant, Phillip Bahm -7,
David Smith, Archie Perez, Neil
Thompson, Werth Pittman -7

Foxwood His and Her
Tournament, March 29
A Flight
1. Chris Johnson, Carof`
Johnson 59.8
2. Paul Coyne, Beverly Coyne

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1. Dona Bouchard, Mike
Bouchard 57.1
2. Brian Davis, Carol Hower
61.9
3. Terry Thomas, Faye Thomas
62.2
4. Bill Beard, Judy Beard 62.4
5. Mike Costabile, Chloette
Bass 64.1
C Flight:
1. Tim Fink, Becky Fink 57.8
2. Don Breitbach, Nancy
Breitbach 60.5
3. Paul McCosh, Lou McCosh
61.6
4. Norm Hullinger, Jan Lang
67.2
5. Bob Zwirblia, Gail Zwirblia-
70.5

Foxwood Sunday
Lowball, March 30
1. Jay Menifield, Tom Cook,
Bo Belanger, Ron Earley, Bob
Krupyak -12
2. Brad Gutnik, Sonny Gornez,
Ron Magruder, Howard
Mitchell, Lavaughn Dormnan -12
3. Steive Whiddon, Chad Allen,
David Gansel, Cory McSween

4. David Wi gate, Scott
Johnson, Jer Devoy, Hal
Jellison -10
5. Don Kearney, Chester
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Baker's Cameron Domangue is expected to contend for the top spot in his weight class during the Sectional 1 boys
weightlifting finals this weekend at Bay.


are ready


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

AKER-
Cameron Do-
mangue I has
been motivat-
Bed by a memo-
ry for the last year.
Pound-for-pound, he
might be the strongest
member of the Baker
weightlifting team.
Domangue used that
strength to qualify for the
state weightlifting meet
last year in the 154-pound

clae didn't fare as well
as he had hoped at state.
That memory made Do-
mangue push himself
even harder in 2008.
Move up to the 169
pound class hasn't de~
railed him from his goals.
"Last year in the dis-
trict meet I finished third
and I barely made it to
sectional, and then I got
sectionals and made it
to state," he said. "This


year I won district pretty
easily. I've come out and
made all my workouts
this year. I've been think-


ing about getting stronger Domangue is one of
and getting to state again eight Gators that will be
because that's been my
ultimate goal." See LIFTING B3


Randly Dicksbn
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE -- To say Trey
Hayes has stepped up for the
Okaloosa-Walton Colle e base-
ball tea m this year might be an
understatement.
After hitting .253 and driv-
rng in 11 runs as a freshman,
the former Crestview Bulldog
is enjoying a super sophomore
sea-on for the Raiders. He's al-
ready hit eight home runs with
41 RBIs and is hitting an im-
pressive .378, which is second


on the team in each category.
He's third on team in sto-
len bases with eight and runs
scored with 38. He has played
in all 38 of the Raiders' games
this year.
And he's made the transfor-
mation at the plate while learn-
ing to play the outfield.
Raider coach Keith Griffin
said Hayes made the transfor-
mation the old fashioned way.
"He's worked so hard," he
said.' "He's got a really good

See OWC B3


NICK TOMECEK< I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Trey Hayes plays outfield for OWVC.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Another Powerade
Classic has come to an end,
and I can only imagine
what our visitors from the
north thought about their
week in Okaloosa County.
In case you haven't
figured it out, I'm talking
about the high school base-
ball teams from Tennessee,


Alabama and Arkansas
that made the trip south
for fun, sun and baseball.
If my guess is correct', '
they came away impressed
with what they saw.
'I base my opinion on
an experience I had while
working for the Loudon
County (Tenn.) News Hler-
aid.
It was about this time
of year in 1996 when


Lenoir City High Sch~ool
was heading this way
for games in Escamnbia,
Santa Rosa and, Ibelieve,
Okaloosa counties. The
Panthers were a good team
by Tennessee baseball stan-
dards. Their coach, Greg
Ellis, was confident his
team would hold its own.
I tried to wamn him.
"Greg, you don't realize
it, but those guys down


there play at a different
level than you air used to,"
I told him.
He nodded, I think
somewhat in disbelief, and
told me his team would
be OK.
I didn't see Ellis again
until the Panthers returned
home. I hope the sun was
warm that week and the

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Lafayette, Ky, at Crestview.
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Pensacola
Christian, Thursday at 4 p.m.

Kentucky at Crestview,
Friday at 6 p.m.

Softball

Freeport at Laurel Hill, Friday
at 1 p.m.

Relay For Life
HOrSeshoe Toumney
The American Legion will
be hosting a horseshoe
tournament for the Relay
for Life on Apr. 5 at 10
a.m. Entrance fee is $5
(which is good for one

malll prcreds will go
to the American Cancer
So e will be following
the event at noon (open to
thie public).
For more information
please contact Gloria a't
(850) 974-0253 or Angela at
(850) 758-1198.

Boston butt
fund raiser
The BAYA is holding a
Boston butt fund raiser. Cost
is $25 apiece. The meat will
be cooked by Uncle Bill's
in Crestview. To purchase a
ticket, see a BAYA ballplayer
or stop by the BAYA
tbhlpk th teas ta sells
a free pizza party. Tickets
are on sale through April 11.
Pick up the Boston bjutts
April 18 at the ballpark.

YMCA Activities
Healthy Kids Day, April 12
10 a.m. -1 p.m. All ages are
welcome.
Sixth annual Swing for
the Y Golf Tournament May
9, 1 p.m. at Adara Golf
Course.
Membership drive April.
7-12.
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/
Fax (850) 689-8798 or by
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10urnament
On April 11 Foxwood
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event will start at 11:30
a.m. and tee off will follow
at noon. Registration is: g55 i
for non-members and 85
for members. Registraition :
fee will include greenfees, ;
cart and food.
Entry deadline is April
4. For more information
please contact Cindy
Halsey/Donald Kearny/
Ruby Wellman at (850)
651-7394 or (850) -382-
2012.

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'Signing Day'
With all the fun of a town
fair, Laurel Hill's recretiair-
progra mwtl rost' S ng
to get youngsters onto the
town's ball teams-
Kids ages 3 to 12 can
sign up for girls' softball,
boys' baseball, and mixed
T-ball for the younger kids.
Signing Day activities begin
at 11 a.m. in Gene Clary
Park, anddwl In~clude free
bouncer and slide.
Fish and hotdog plates -
and soft: drinks will be
available for sale, proceeds
going to the athletic pro-
gram.


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A Richbourg hitter looks to make contact during the Roadrunners' softball game against Davidsort on March 24.


What you've been missing on the field'


Drew Gibbons hurls a pitch
for the Davidson Panthers.


It's a close play at the plate during the Richbourg-Davidson
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Panthers' softball game against Richbourg on March 24.


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being sidelined by an in-
jury.
If that isn't enough, for-
mer Bulldog pitcher Jona-
than Stephens has made an
immediate impact at Sam-
ford University,1leading his
team with three wins and
having a low ERA of 2.45.
Those are just the Crest-
view guys I can think of
off the top of my head. I
probably missed a few.
Believe me, it's not inten-
tional. I've been trying to
keep up with college play-
ers in multiple sports from
12 schools the last seven
years, and sometimes all of
the athletes run together.
ILf you are a baseball
fan, and I hope you are, I
would encourage you to
enjoy a mild spring rught
under the lights watch-
ing baseball at tirestview,
Baker or Laurel Hill.
I think you'll agree,
they play pretty good high
school baseball in these
parts.


competing in the Class A
Sectional 1 at Bay on Sat-
urday in hopes of earning
a trip to the state meet in
Daytona Beach on April
18-19.
Seventeen teams from
across Northwest Florida
will compete, including
defending Class A state
champion Arnold.
The winners in each,
weight class from the nine
sections are assured trips


to the state meet. The oth-
er nine slots in each class
will be determined by the
Florida High School Ath-
letic Association, based
on results of the sectional
meets.
Jacob. Ates (119), Cody
Small (129), Domangue
(169), Billy Whatmough
(183), Josh Obry (199),
Masson Doggette (219),
Dustin Harlan (238) and
Cameron Cook (heavy-


weight) will represent
Baker.
"Cameron Domangue
and Billy Whatmough
were state competitors last
year, and I expect the same
level of performance from
them this year," Baker
coach Brian Wagner said.
"But we have some others.
Dustin Harlan, who has a
shot based on compari-
sons, and Josh Obry has
an outside shot."


beaches were nice because
Ellis asked me, "Why didn-'t
you tell me they w~ere that
good down there?"
I reminded him that I
tried.
Th-ere's no doubt in my
mind th-ere are teams from
Tennessee, Kentucky, Ar-
kansas and other states to
th~e north that could wyin
the Powerade, or any other
local tournament.
In the early 1990s Knoxc-
viille Central had a Ten-
nessee state championship
team that featured future
major leaguers Todd Hel-
ton and Bubba Trammel.
The Bobcats also had a few
other players that played
minor league ball.
Yes, there are good
teams and great players in
every state, but there seem
to be more good teams and
great players in Florida
and the other states that
enjoy an abundance of .
warm weather and plenty
of sunshine.


All you have to do is
look arotmd the area to see
how good baseball fans
have it here.
Crestview alone has
produced several players
currently excelling at the
next level.
After a strong efre41mran
season at Okaloosa-Walton
College last year, Anthony
Brown signed with the
Cincinnati Reds organiza-
tion and hit seven h~omlers
playing rookie league ball.
Two of his classmates,
Blake Dean and Trey
Hayes, are also doing very
well.
Dean made the Sout~-
eastern Conference All-
Freshmen team and is cur-
rently one of the top hitters
at LSU.
Hayes is having a
stellar sophomore cam-
paign at OWC, hitting
almost .400.
J.L. Thomason seemed
headed for stardom as a
freshman ~at Troy before


body and has paid .the
price in the weight room.
"I think he's exceeded
what we thought he'd do.
If I. were to sit here and
tell you I thought he do
that (put up the offensive
numbers this year), I don't
know that I'd be telling
you the truth."
Hayes admits he sur-
prised himself.
"I would have liked to
believe it (if someone had
told him he was going to
have this kind of year),"
he said. "It's been a little
surprising, but any athlete
that competes always. ex-
~pects more.
"I've been going out
there working hard and
trying to stay consistent.
Having Hulett (Jeff, the
team's leading hitter with
a .443 average) in front of
me helps too. He's going to
be on base and that helps a
lot."
Another big change
for Hayes was the move a
move defensively.
"We moved him to the
outfield, which I think it
was a better move for Trey


because he played short-
stop in high school and was
somewhat out of position,
Griffin said. "I understand
that his high school coach
(Tim Gillis) did what he
thought gave them the best
chance to win.
"He plays right field for
us, which is the toughest
position to play because
the sun is so bad, but he's
made nice adjustments the
whole time. He's got very
good arm strength for right
field, and he's just a good
baseball player."
Griffin said Hayes
showed off his arm strength
when he threw out Gulf
Coast speedster Charlie
Lester out at home plate
when Lester attempted to
score on a long fly.
"Trey got behind the
ball well and threw a strike
to the plate to get Lester
out on a bang-bang play,"
Griffin said. "That was
about as gd~od a play as
we've had anybody make
this year.' .
The move took time,
but with plenty of practice
right field is starting to feel


like home to Hayes.
It took some adjust-
ment ... but it hasn't been
too bad," he said. "I kind
of like it out there now.
"I haven't had any colli-
sions with another player,
but I did run into a wall ear-
lier this year and scraped
my face up a little bit. .
Griffin has enjoyed hav-
ing Hayes at OWC.
Trey's very humble and
never gets out of himself,"
Griffin said. "He is who
he is, and he's just such a
wonderful human being.
"That's the reason I en-
joy coaching him ... because
he's such a good kid."
There's no doubt that
Hayes will have a chance
to continue his career at a
four-year school next sea-
son, but he's not concerned
about that at this time.
"Anywhere would be
fine," Hayes said. "I just
want to play and see what
happens.
"First and foremost I al-
ways want to ETrin and to
ccimpete daily. If I do that,
everything else will take
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LAUREL HILL- Since
the m1id 1910s the simple,
~iit a1~Bap tos Curchs
stood at the corner of First
Avenue and Th~ird Street.
Over the years,
sticcessive congregations
of various denominations
have moved into, and
then outgrown, the little
igge hornoving on to
Partners Mikte Stewart
and Gene Parish acquired
the property late last year
and for several months,
have been renovating
it into a single-family
residence.
Parish is a former
assistant principal at
Crestview High School.
The day before he
retired after a 40-year
career in education,
Stewart contacted him
about an idea he had for
renovating the church
into a residence.
"Mike called the day
before I 'graduated'
and said, 'what are you
doing tomorrow?" Parish
related.
The next thing he knew,
Parish was co-owner of a
stately old church.
One of the partners'
first tasks was to remove
the previous occupants'
furnishings. .
"They just walked out
and left everything here,"
said Parish. "There were
piles of books, too."
The books were
donated to the high school
library. The pews, altar
and pulpit were placed on
eBay, as was the 1914 bell.
Most of the furniture sold
to other churches. The bell
is still up in its loft.
One pew remains.
Parish said he and Stewart
might incorporate it into
the dining room. .
The partners have
slowly transformed the
spacious interior into
large, comfortable rooms.
Two Sunday .school
rooms in the front were
converted to bedrooms,
opening off of a large
entry foyer along with a


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NEW may be a relative
newcomer to the Crest-
view landscape, but the
idea of giving back to the
community is as old as
charity itself.
Diane Mamazza, vice
president of NEW located
here in Cr~estview, pre-
sented Sharing and Car-
ing with a $2,000 check
this past Friday during its
monthly board meeting.
As generous as the'check
was, it represents the tip of
the giving iceberg when it
comes to NEW.
This past year alone the
company donated more
than 1,600 pounds of food
and clothing to Sharing


and Caring.
"We decided when we
first came to Crestviewv
that we would support
the community in- what-
ever way we could, and
our close affiliation with
Sharing and Caring is
an indication of our long
term commitment," said
Mamazza."
NEW is a national
call center for some of
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and well-known retailers.
It represents the retailer
through buyer protection
programs, wireless hand-
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They also were not
insulated.
New, double-hung
insulated windows have
been installed to help
improve the home's
energy efficiency.
Parish and Stewart
investigated thepossibility
of having peaked gothic
top sections fabricated, but
the cost was prohibitive.
Additionally, the resultant
windows would not have
met safety codes for use
as emergency exits.
A previous
congregation covered th~e
exterior walls in white
viinyl siding, giving
the building the quiet
dignity of a small town
church. The partners are
matching the siding as
refurbishments w~arrant.
Stew~art and Parish
invite potential buyers to
contact them to see the
residence, which they
anticipate completing by
the beginning or middle
of May.
Parish said buyers
also have the potential to
"double-size this house,"
because there is a whole,
unfinished second floor.
"It's a real nice
building," Parish said.
"We're trying to preserve
as much as we possibly
can."


large, full bathroom.
Thanks to Parish's wife
Sheila, the bedrooms will
each have a roomy closet.
"She came in here
and said, 'Where's the
closet?' I said I guess I'll
put in a chifferobe. She
said,'That's not going to
work,"' Parish laughed.
The large living room
and roomy den occupy
th~e rest of the front of the
building. Wide, arched
entryways lead from one
room to the next as you
progress through the
home. Walls are textured.
In the rear, a sunken
dining room and roomy
kitchen stretch across
most of the width of~ the
church. A generous utility
room opens off the dining
room.
The 16-inch drop
down from the front
rooms to the rear section
accommodates the
formerly sloping floor of
what was the church's
sanctuary. Parish and
Stewart leveled the floor
from the front entrance.
A deck will open off of
the kitchen, overlooking


the shady large side
yard. Currently there is a
wheelchair. ramp where
the deck will go.
Most impressive is the
huge master bedroom.
More than 20 feet long,
its three large w'in~dows
make the room cheerfully
bright, and just beg for a
good-sized sitting area.
Wall-mounted reading
lights anld electrical
outlets are installed on
either side of the bed
location. There is a large
master bathroom on one
end and a huge walk-in
closet on the other.
"We're doing most
of the work ourselvess"
Parish said, taking as break
from hanging Sheetrock.
"It's progressing really
well. It's been fun7. We've
enjoyed it."
One disappointment
was the inability to
preserve the old, gothic
peaked church windows.
Over th~e years th-ey had
been caulked and painted
shut, Parish explained.
Fake "stained glass"
adhesive film covered
most of the windows.


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IN THE CIRCUIT at the Clerk of the
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AND FOR these documents
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COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO. You must keen the
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Peach Tree Street Laurel
Hill, Florida 32567 o0n or Dated March 10, 2008
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the clerk of this Court at CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
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Copies of all court IN THE CIRCUIT
documents in this COURT IN AND FOR


OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBAT$ DIVISION
CASE NO: 08-CP-286
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ELTON E. MCCURLEY,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDIT.
TORS
The administration of the
estate of ELTON E.
McCURLEY deceased,
whose date of death was
December 15, 2007, is
Dendina in the Circuit
tiourt flr Okaloosa
County, Florida. Probate
Divisionl, the address of
which is 101 E. James
Lee Blvd. Cresiview, Flor-
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The names and address
of the personal repre.
sentative and the per-
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torney are set forth be.
low,
All creditors of the dece.
dent and other persons
having claims against the
dece ent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WIITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE*
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
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CURRENT ADDRESS: ANTS(S) WHO ARE
VANDERBILT MORT- UNKNOWN NOT KNOWN TO BE
GAGE AND FINANCE, DEAD OR ALIVE, DE-
INC., a Tennessee,corpo- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that VISEES, GRANTEES,
ration an action to foreclose a OR OTHER CLAIM-
Plaintiff, mortgage on the follow- ANTS
vs.In propB~erty in
vs. OlALOOSA County, LAST KNOWN AD
Florida: DRESS: UNKNOWN
JOHN R. PRICE, an
un-remarried man; LOT 12, BLOCK B CURRENT ADDRESS:
CHUCK W. STINSON, C AN T ER B UR Y UNKNOWN
sin le man; ESTATE OF WOODS, ACCORD-
C HS L. PRICE, ING TO THE PLAT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
a/k/a9 CYNTHIA L. THEREOF ON FILE IN an action to foreclose a
PRCand all UN- PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE mortgage on the follow-
KNOW-~N BENEFICIAR- 53, IN THE OFFICE ina orooerty in
IES HEIRS, AND DEVI- OF THE CLERK OF OltALO]OSACounty,
SEiS OF THE ESTATE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida:
CYNTHIS L. PRICE a/k/a` OK AL OO SI
CYNTHIA L. PRICE COUNTY, FLORIDA. LINIT 10 FOREST
Defendant BREEZE SUBDIVI-
has been filed against SION ACCORDING
RE-NOTICE OF SALE you and you are required TO THE PLAT
.to serve at copy of your THEREOF AS RE-
Notice is hereby given written defenses, if aCORDED IN PLAT
that pursuant to Florida on or before ~May OFHBOOK 9 PAGE 32 P~o
Statute 45 01 (2) and 2008 on FloridaDea OTH UBIRE-
the final judgement en- Law broupP.L., Plaintiff's ORDS OF
tered in the above men- attorney. whose address OKALOOSA
tioned cause in the Cir- is 9119 Co porate Lake COUNTY FLORIDA.
cuit Court of Okaloosa Drive. Suite J00, Tadmifa, h be id gn
County, Florida, I will sell Florida 33634, andflehsbnfidaant
the roer ituated in the oinlwt hso n o r eurd
Okalosa unty Flo- Cort e erbefore serv- to serve a copy of your
ida, described as: ice on Plaintiff's attorney written defenses, if ay,
or immediately thereafter on or before Apil 3
Beginning at a PRM otherwise a default will 2008 on Flori a De ~ult
stonre in fe SE inter- be entered against you Law droup, PL.,
section of Hare St. for the relief demanded Plaintiff's attorneys, whose
and Lakeview Ave, in the Complaint or peti- address is 9119 Co0rpo-
a~ndthbre n d5250 htion. rat 1 ke Dive Su to
Easterly from the This notice shall be putb 33634, and file the origi-
NW corner of the lished once each week nal with this Court either
NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 for two consecutive before service on
of NW 1/4 of Sec- weeks in the Cresiview Plaintiffs attorney or im-
tion 14, Township 3 News Bulletin. mediately there ter oth-
North, Range .23 erwise a default will be
West;' runnmn WITNESS my hand and entered a amist you for
thence Easterly 475 the seal of t is Court on the relief demanded in
feet with the South this 28 day of March. the Complain~t or petition.
naght of way line of This notice shall be pub.
La'keview Ave. to Don W.Howard lished once each week
iron stake in the East Clerk of Court for two consecutive
right of way line of weeks in the Cresiview
Harte St: thence By: 19tl Sims News Bulletin. WITNESS
with said right of thsCourt on this 19 day
way of Hare Street IMPORTANT of March, 2008
to POB, and being In accordance with the
Riots 1 to 11, inclu- Americans with Disabili- Don W. Howard
save, Block 15 and ties Act, persons with dis- Clerk of the Court
Lots 1 to 6, inclusive, abilities needing special Biy: Kitty Sims
Block 6 and East 134 accommodation to- partic- As Deputy Clerk .
feet of Kentucky St. ipate in this proceeding
which was not con- should contact Adminis- Florida Default Law
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133, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Carline Mildor,
Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address is 2001
Stirling Road, Suite 300,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312 on or before
April 30, 2008 and file
the rainama with the
Clerk oT this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-r
mediately there er oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against vou for
the relief demanded in
the com laint.
WITNE S my hand and
the seal of this Court this
19th day of March,
2008.
Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court


In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven 7
days prior, contact t e
CI rk of the C art'ss disa-
85 6517497, 1250 N.
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al 14 SHALIMAR FL,
3257#. If hearing im-
Daired contact
ITD809558771 via
foi Relav System.
This is an a tmpt to col-
lect a debt. Any informa-
tion obtamned will be
used for that purpose.
03/26/2008
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AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTYd FLORIDA
08-DR-514NOO ggy
SION:
SC TT~ A. HAMILTON

an
DeAnna L. Hayden
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOORFD SRORL TON

TO: DeAnna L. Havden
38 114h St. Apt. 109
Shalimar, Fl.
32579 2069
YOL) ARE NOTIFIED that
aation hasnbde n fil u
are re uired to serve a
copy f vour writtn d e

Sdes is Haa ose
Ae. V I araisbo F .
April 28 2 08 and file
the ori nalrtwi htl e clerk
Okaloosa Count Court-
house 1250 N. Eglin
Pakwav Shalimar, Flor-
!da 32 79, before serv-

diately teaft roIfi mou
fult mdao sbe ndered

thiee aeiinde n
copies of all toburt
docume is in tis
case, on ldng gbe
at the 'Caerrkaof th
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
tese documents
upon request.


COUR( OF Fn RST I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
07CA5890
WELLS FARGO BANK
N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR
CAR INGTON MORT-
RG L 0NN TRST,

AASSSTHR DGH CERTIFY


vs.
SARA OLIVEIRA; ET, AL.,
Defendants

TGOG TRIERRPCAOAR TN
A cro uatio thd hb i-
ness in the State of Flor-
ida Not a Florida corpo-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Foredlosure
of Mort age on the fol-
lowing described prop

EASM OOCDKN(ibTH AD-
DITION, ACCORDING
TO MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAf BOOK 5, PAGE


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From $49,0 Excellent ----- -
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Cresiview firm. (850) 417-1800
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Investment ext. ca /crew cab, late
2 lots available in exclu- model, wI pay cash call
sive Chanan Estates 758-102
South of 1-10, both for
$80,000 CallI Today
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dream ~jw199001 Otsf 8210
IFa cabin Dka e Neiar 95' Chap arel

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or buy parts o f. Please
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1994 Palm Double I sme
Wide 3 bd-2 bath.
Good'Condition. Includes Looking to buy a 20
all appliances, washer foot eclrsedr hutii
dry% most furniture. a sao tr i such. Reaoing
ONLYb$27,50 OBauyer be rcd. Call
305-0440 to view. message and pricean
descrip ion if no answer.


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to extend an invitation to the
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THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4606 Bobolink Way
Split 3/2, dbl garage, all brick,
1426sqft
$166,500

4637 Bobolink Way
Split 3/2, dbl garage,ftireplace '
lots of upgrades
$173,000

6120 Willow Lane
All brick, split 3/2, dbi garage
1,388 sqft
$161,500

6070 Bud Moulton Rd
Well established
neighborhood, 3bedroom,2
bath on anacre
$199,900

104 Eastview
Southside of Crestview story,
3/2, single ga ge, privacy
fenceld4 ~yard


798 Georgia Ave
1,792 sqft,4 bd, 2bath,
corner lot '
$154,o000

5650 Goodwin Rd
2,052 sq ft, split 3/2 on acres
$164,900

227 Grand Prix
Short sell 1,333 sq ft, split
3/2, dbl garage south ofl1-10
$165,000

417 Juniper Dr
3/2 fixer upper south ofl1-10
$134,900

5700 JV Woolley Rd
3/2 on 1.02 acres open floor
plan 1,378 sqft
$174,900






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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2008


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Cresiview

BIl 205 3br 21ba a2.
less a plisances, solid sur.

ing 758-5111

Cresiview, FI
A GREAT

ASSUME
MORTGAGE
1997 Birchfield Skyline
16x80 mobile home. 3
bdrm/2bath. 2 la e
porches. Excellentcoi-
tion. Owner will not
$24000.00. Mortgad~ge s
assumable. Credit apps.
available. Pay ents
could be as low as $360
month or I wer.


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Va Mou tain iProperty
Creek, $49900. 30ao
with Views & 3 Creeks
$84 900. Heavily
Wooded & 3000+ Eleva-
tion. 10% Down/EZ Fi-
(800)2%0-a6380, Ext.126
Virginia Mountains Log
cabin shell on 2 private
acres near~ very wide
trout stream in the Galax
area and New Rivei
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www.irsauctions.gov or Tools furniture,
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van, (954)654-9899. $500. mis. frnolw
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Medical/Health C60/O+ $6 0 da
MebTecsNo petsl Avai now 8O
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forN he os Md-Crestview- 2bro 1pbe
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Personal Care/Service accessible aartments.
209 Bentapreek RoCad l
Nail Tech & Hair Stylist Cresiview, FL Cll
with clientele. Private 85 0 -6 8 2 -5 563
Booth rental $70+tax TDD/TTY 711. Equal
weekly Well established Housng Opportunity
Salon 850-974-0227

. .6130
4130Crestview 2br 1V~ba
| 4130 |TH, large covr'd back
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Gu s/Gals. n ork and S.rv
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Backhoes, Bulldozers,
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great benefits, competi- Cre wriew Conveniant lo-

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deseniption if no answer.
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Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or Crestview 4br/2ba
651-5717 EHO Home. Avail. Apr 15th
*126 Ham ton Dr. 2br. $750/onh+$70
1.5ba $5 5 doi.Sa e ky
*25"91 Victoria PI, 2br, 3 7676e~r t
1ba, $685
*3139 Earl Kennedy Rd.
2brl 15ba. $695
*659 Griffi'th Ave. ~3br,
1.5ba ~$725
*9 Flora Cove, 3br,
2ba $800Crestview Foxvalle
*17 ~StsI~rawrige Dr S/D. 4br, 3ba, ~
3br 2ba, $800 fenced yard, se~atl
*39 Re ent Rd w/approval. ~1sat&
3 br, ba, $1000 sec.de.10/o
*210a James St. 2br, Avail June .CllRc,
1ba, $650 850-420-6288
*2856 Penny Ln. 3br,
2ba,6$850

e34 Braci nSt.3
*304 Crooked Pine Tr, DeFuniak Spbrings- 221

2baI 33b5 ed Drh av 8 d c
2ba, $H875
090 Holly Rd. 3br, 2ba,
oba35395Adams Dr. 3br,
*402 Tobago Ct. 3br,
2ad '1050 tewyD. gof Id1 3bkit es
3br 2ba, 1125 fenced yad.$925. Must
*216 Cit el Lane 3br, have odcredit.

3br, 2ba. $1300
*2252 fitanium Dr. Abr,
2ba. $1400
*2468 Bell Ridge~ Dr.
4br 2ba, $450
*3 br 2 baiD, d 7

br2 bad~ J$ 100g le Dr. 3bR | 6 1
e2b23 rs~h Dr. 4br, 2ba,
1603077 Havenmist Ln. Illaed br b,N y rie
sbr 2ba, $1500 thomkeoon quiet 1 arer lt
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3130 Auctions
3140-- aByabyes
3150 Building Supplies
31eo Business
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3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood

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320- caaetar Sa


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8 20 SpocrtssUtulity Vehiclesl

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a22 Personal watercraft
8230 Saliboats
8240 Boat & Marine
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8310 Aircraft/Avtiation
3 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trallers
Navarre 8340 Motorhomas
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tview
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ASSUME 72!

199 MO6R8 A Echfield
Sk ine mob~ile hm.Ex-
be ent2baodtion 3
porches. Quiet areaar

April 1 50-582Oontly-3359. C e


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All Ty es of Watch &
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we bu antiques,, Call


A ril 5th 8am-12pm
1 7 Hillwood Dr.
Cresiview


RUMMAGE SALE
Saturdadu tdi s2tpby
3110 6:5 am 2N5wW @Im
Ron's Appliance & Parkin ot
rio 08am-Abpmi xe2 otseape6$icOo-
panc Irs ap lince re. bl pcsoeaole


------als will be donated to Re
lay For~life. Sale pro-
rsC ceeds may be donated
~I~'~'~~'CLI as wvell.call 682-6524 for
S3130 more information.


2ba homes in quiet su -
division. Easy access to
Cresiview & NicevIle.
Startng at $885 er
85089-2221 al


Cresiview
Sat. 7-12
6106 Staff Rd. .




Cresfiew
Sat. 7am-noon
1218 Gabrielle Dr
To much to list
crestview
Sat. April 5th
6am-until
1208 Yellowharnmer Dr
Lots of kids & baby stuff


NEW TO
Cresiview
2 Fami~l Garage
301 Sunesta Ct Sat 7 .
12 Old Bethel Estates
Too much to categorize


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Rentals:

Crestview
401 Apple Dr

3 br. 2Vba 0700+d
63474. Har St

3br 2ba $97 nmo+dd
2295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
6b 2but$ 25 oe+dd
733 Meadow Lake
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$180;0mo +dd
*5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
143 Lon ie Jack
3 br 2 ba 800mo+dd
4038 Fa on Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
211 Warrior
3 br 2 ba, $1200mo
3b9 John Kind Rd
3br O2ba,$875+dd
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd

Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
3e a3' (850s6 9151F51
or (85016 2-5 22
*307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
Iba, 700sf, $450 triplex
* 309 Wa ut Ave. 2br,
lba 900sf, 5'25 triplex
*1562 Texas Pkw 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $8 5 no
Oes's rot e t fe


<6,2 n..oUit T 309sf,
*268 Swa ibng Pine Ct
3br 25a 1415sf
270, Swyne Pne Ct-

3$17 nw52 1tcIwnhdme ,8sf,
b2r72 ,wyng 1 8s Ct
$8;54 Sew wo~nh i Ct-

$85 nt 'wnhd Sf,
*2308,5 Susan Drive
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
*2385 Susan Drive,
Se52sf 169til. Incl.ba
ella1426ldnfistoh;Dnve, et39

*109 St epme hase r. 3
br022 ba, 1025 tsf
I ,2 new paint
"Y50Wheeler Place

3br 2ba, 1636sf
$1rd75, Ist month rent

*4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba, 1794si
$1 75, privacy fence
*a l6 Ham ton Dr. 2br,
1.5 ba, 90 sf, $550 TH
*306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
pets.
*4859 Kensington Lane
$100 '22b of Ist moth
rnt22 Mill Pond Cove,
4br 2ba, 1812si
$1850, screened in tiled
porch
*110 Nivana Dr. 3br
Soath of 1-106s $0
*507 White Oak Lane
3br 2ba, 1542si
$1695, first month's renti
*725 Denise Dr. 4br
3ba, 2611sf $1206
laraet master bedroom
*1'919 Waterway Lane,
3br 2Ida, 1420sdl



pets alboawed.
*1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2arg fenced Isack 50 d
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Crestview
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Oak C urch Road go
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mall pplanes,"~; dishes
compfor rBeaut If fra td
mirror and pictures, small
tehsk rnd t itir, Lots of

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318 Apple Dr
Crestview
Yard Sale
$1 5thMaapolesmS. 5
$2dde stack be~i rP $h2adr
Several families,
Holt
Fri. 4th & Sat. 5th
220 Cn ol tlst.- turn be-
side Browns Grocery ao
7/10th of mile. o
much to list, cancell if it
rains*
Milligan
April 4 &5
8 am- 4
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Waterway Dr. off Dads
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rent Drice Call Bob Josey
398-8632




4 brand new Sumitomo
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asking $1 0. 682-25~06




1h8ed60'xid5 metal R
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MH, private lot ~S&G
incl. $600mo. 0o pets.
682-6892, leave msg.


Crestview 2br, 1ba,
$440mo. Quiet abrk.No
pets. Military semors
welcome. 85 -585-8192


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