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Publisher: Crestview news bulletin
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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 16, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Pamela Bechtold (holding sign) is surrounded by her employees at Certified Manufacttiring in Holt, who
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Holt business forms first Relay team to honor its owner


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parade route

Impromptu event has
caused gridlock in the past


CRESTVIEW In an
effort to address traffic
concerns posed by the
annual May Day "Parade
of Cars," Crestview Po-
lice Chief Brian Mitchell
presented the City Coun-
cil with a recommended
route for the vehicles.
The proposed two-
mile route would alleviate
congestion, Mitchell said.
The route was devised in
consultation with Coun-
cilwoman Lillie Conyers,
who represents the district,
and members of a church
in the neighborhood.
The route is not yet' fi-
nalized. Concerned mem-
bers of the community are


encouraged to provide in-
put, the chief said.
A major concern is as-
suring access to the area
by emergency vehicles,
which posed a problem in
years past.
The event is a spontane-
ous rolling street parade
that tr'aditionally accom-

S~eePAIRADE A9


Kyle Wright
SCrestview News Bulletin

awareness.
: HOLT It's all about
The Crestview
Relay For Life this
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raise aware-

quet ofind O LF
qus ofna cure for
cancer.
It will
raise awareness of people
Like Pamela Bechtold, a Holt
businesswoman. Bechtold has
Spent the last two years fight-
ing two forms of cancer.
It will raise awareness of
places like Certified Manufac-
turing Bechtold's business.
Employees organized the com_
pn's first Relay For Life team
in support of Bechtold.
"It's a wonderful, wonder-
ful place to be this weekend
:to be able to pull together and
unite together and do this
1 recognition so others can have
success stories and others can


Crestview News Bulletin

Do you have the nicest
lawn in north Okaloosa
County?
The lawn judged as
the area's best in the the
Air-Medics of NWF Inc./
Crestview News Bulletin
Best Lawn Contest will
win an air conditioner duct
cleaning from Air-Medics
of NWF Inc. The service is
valued at $500.
Go online to crestview-
bulletin.com to find out
how to enter the contest.
Click on the "Best Lawns
Contest" tab in the middle
of the page.


This quilt was made by Judy Newton, an employee of Certified
Manufacturing, and will be raffled during Relay For Life to raise funds
for the American Cancer Society.

CRESTVIEW RELAY FOR LIFE
American Cancer Society Relay For Life
6 p.m. Friday to nldon Saturday
Old Spanish Trail Park
Weather cornm prcdicts a partly cloudy evening with lows in the 50s on
Friday; nleght. L rllgh- of 73 degrees is forecast for Saturday, with a


We'll post the photos
at crestview~~bulletin.com
and in the "Green Living
-- Home & Gardening in
north Okaloosa County"
special section in the April
30 edition of the Crestviewn
News Bulletin.

See LAWN A9


be acknowledged for fighting
the battle and winning," Bech-
told said.
"It's not just about me.


There are so many people out
there who need the support

See RELAY A9


program," Michael Nor-
ris, the vice president of
the CHS softball booster
club, said. "This field was
her second home, and we
wanted to do something
that would assure future
players know about her."
Former Bulldog softball
coach Greg Brock remem-
bered Whitney as a player
who was a good teammate
in many ways.
"Whitney was a big
part of the program the
three years she played on


the varsity," he said. "She
always had a smile on her
face no matter what thie
situation.
"If I wanted something
done, I could look at Whit-
ney and she would do it.:
She had something in her
that drove her to be the
person she was. She was
fun-loving, but she was a
winner too."
Dexter Day also coached
Whitney and shared some
See DUGOUT A9


Former CHS standout
remembered during ceremony


Randy Dic'kson
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview softball
program honored one of
its own on April 7.
Former Bulldog Whit-
ney Megan Langley, a
?.006 CHS graduate who
died in a car accident last
summer, was remembered

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as the team dedicated its
third base dugout in her
honor.
She was the daughter
of former News Bulletin
Sports Editor Greg Lang-
ley.
"This is not a memorial
to Whitney, but a legacy
to celebrate her life and
what she meant to this


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
The Langley family gathers with the Crestview softball
team by the third-base dugout at the CHS field. The
softball program dedicated the dugout to Whitney Langley,
a former CHS player who passed away last year.


TABLE OF CONTBENTS
WEATHER ................... A2
EDITORIAL .. .. ... .. .. .. ... A6
OBITUARIES. .. .. .. .. ... . ... A7


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BUSINESS. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. B4-B6
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75/38
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around 75F. Winds E
at 5 to 10 mph.


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Sunny. Highs in the
upper 70s and lows in
the low 50s.


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A few thunderstorms
possible. Highs in the
upper 70s and lows in
the low 50s.


Pictured with their plaques honoring their service to the local community are: Linda Sapp, Alan Clifton, Richard Trent,
Florence Hayes (widow of the late Sam Hayes), Matt Abbott, Kristen Lehr, David Cadle, and William Tiller. Not pictured is
Okaloosa Paramedic Wally Ebert, who also received an award.




L~aw & Order awards


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Law & Order Program at th~e Ameri-
canl Legion Post 75 on Saturday.
Special Recipient awards were
presented to Crestview Mayor Da-
vid Cadle and to Florence Hayes,
honoring her husband, the late Sam
Hayes. -


Organizations participating in
the event included the American
Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Disabled American Veterans and
the American Legion. Dinner was
provided by the American Legion
Post 75 Ladies Auxiliary.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Veterans Service Orga-
nizations honored local law enforce-
ment, fire and rescue, and public
safety personnel during their 2008


Tampa


Clearwater' 75 51
Crestview 75 38
Daytona Beach 70 54
Fort Lauderdale 77 67
Fort Myers 80 54
Gainesville 73 43
Hollywood 77 62
Jacksonville 69 50
Key West 74 69
Lady Lake 73 47
Lake City 72 43
Madison 74 43
Melbourne 72 56
Miami 75 66
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Orlando 73 52
Panama City 73 48
Pensacola 70 53
Plant City 76 50
Pompano Beach 77 64
Port Charlotte 77 51
Saint Augustine 67 49
Saint Petersburg 74 56
Sarasota 75 52
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Tampa 75 51
Titusville 72 54
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Crestview Fire Capt. Alan
Clifton


Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper William Tiller


Crestview Police
Investigator Richard Trent


Minneapolis
Nevie York
Phoenix
San Francisco
Seattle
St. Louis
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Florencee Hayes) acpted

Award on behalf of her late
Husband, Sam Hayes.


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Crestview Fire & Rescue
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Wednesday. Details:
www.
panhandlebutterflyhouse.
org or call (850) 623-3868.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For more details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-
4591.
Thursday, 17 April,
3 p.m. Bike ride in
Valparaiso area. Meet
at the strip mall at the
intersection of John
Sims Parkway and Hwy.
85. Supper afterwards.
Honcho: Jim Bayes 897-
6756 .
Saturday, 19 April, 10
A.M. A day of biking in.
Alabama. Meet at the
Weeks Bay National .
Estuary Visitors Center
on Hwy. 98, west of
Foley. Directions in a
later e-mail. Bike from
Grand Hotel to Fairhope
and their surroundings.
After lunch we can poke
around Fairhope and/or
do some more biking in
the area. Honcho: Clagrice
Hebinck.
CHORAL SOCIETY'S
LYRICC LIBATIONS":
On Friday, April l8
the Choral Society of
Pensacola will present
"Lyric Libations" a gala
evening of food, wine
and entertainment from
5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
at Dollarhide's Music
Center, 41 South Palafox
Place, Pensacola.
Broadway B la Carte
is providing music and
a silent auctioit and a
raffle drawing with a
cash prize of $500 will be
featured. Raffle tickets
are $10 each.
Reservations for Lyric
Libations are $25 per
person. Please contact
the Choral Society at 850-
484-1806 or csopl~juno.
com for details.
OWC SCIENCE
SEMINAR: Friday, April
18 from 11-noon Robert
E. Greene, Jr. Science
building on the Niceville
campus in the main
lecture hall. Dr. Jennifer
Beauregard will speak on
volcanoes and "Explosive
Eruptions of Krakatau
Volcano, Indonesia." The
everit is the final science
seminar for the semester
and is open to the public.
Groups are encouraged
to call ahead to ensure
seating. Details: 729-5376.
CUTEST BABY
CONTEST: The City of
Niceville Relay team is
hosting a contest, with all
proceeds going to Relay
for Life. Age groups
range from 0-3 years.
Dfkadline is 4 p.m. Friday,
April 18.
To enter, send a color
or black and white
picture (3x5 is best) with
the child's name and age
at the time the photo was
taken, and a $10 entry fee
to City of Niceville, 212
N. Partin Drive, Niceville,
FL 32578, Attn: Cutest
Baby Contest. Pictures
may be published in local
papers and on Niceville's
billboard and Web site.
Winners will receive a
$100 savings bond, gift
certificate, and cutest
baby plaque. Details:
729-4045.
FLORIDA COASTAL
CLEANUP: April
19 from 8 a.m. to 11
p.m. Volunteers of all
ages are welcome. All
volunteers will receive
the following free items:
an event t-shirt, bottled
water and a snack.
Please wear closed
shoes and sunscreen.
Cleanup areas are
Beasley Park ( on U.S.
Highway 98 east of.


Brooks Bridge, Okaloosa
Island; Beach Park east
of Surfdweller on Santa
Rosa Blvd., Okaloosa
Island; Henderson
Beach State Park,
on U.S. Highway 98
East, east of Destin;
Rocky Bayou State
Park, on U.S. Highway
20 of Bluewater Bay;
Destin Harbor, Lucky
Snapper parking
lot. Call 651-7131 or
e-mail emeraldcoast@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.


Cancer Society.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida
Blood Center include:
Friday, April 18,
Northwood Elementary
School, Crestview 4:30
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, April 24, Bob
Sikes Elementary School,
Crestview 4 p.m. to 8
pm.
Call 862-4216 for more
information on these
drives.
CRESTVIEW
SENIOR CENTER
LUNCH: Wed., April
23 at noon at the center,
located on Stillwell Blvd.
at Old Spanish Trail
Park in Crestview. Bring
your lunch and a drink.
Attendance is free, and
the center is open frorn
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (not
affiliated with Senior
Circle).
WOMAN'S CLUB
HOSTING BUFFET:
The GFWC Woman's -
Club of Crestview will
host a Sunday buffet on
April 27 from 11 a.m. 2
p.m. in the Woman's
Club building at 150
Woodlawn Drive (behind
Woodlawn Baptist
Church).
Dine in or take out
a plate of ham, turkey
and dressing, vegetables,
salad and rolled. Drinks
and desserts are included.
Donation of $10 for adults
and $5 for children under
12. Proceeds support the
club's charities. Details:
683-9117.
DMS SELLING
MEMORIAL DAY
SIGNS: The bow-shaped,
two-feet-tall ribbons are
being painted by students
at a donation of up to
$15. Most of them will be
painted yellow but can be
customized to promote
breast cancer awareness
or other memorials. .
Almost any name or
phrase can be added at
the donor's request.
Monies will help
sponsor an overnight
field trip to Montgomery,
Ala. Call Patrick
Humphrey for details
at 758-0282. Supplies
donated by Lowe's &
Wise Equipment in
Crestview.
CLASS OF '88 .
REUNION: is being
planned for Crestview
High alumni in June.
Contact chsalumnil988@
yahoo.com or call 689-
1282 for details.
GYMNASTICS &
CHEERLEADING FAIR:
April 26 at Crestview
Community Center on
Commerce Dr. Free to
boys and girls ages 2-12.
Session A for 2-3 year
olds: 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Session B for 4-5 year
olds: 11-noon
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 ACpril 23
via fax number (850)
654-7389 or via e-mail
to usgolddestin@
earthlink.net. Visit
www.usgoldgymnastics.
com for details and a
registration form.
.OSTF YOUTH
FISHING
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 3, or until
the ti-easure is found,


which comes first. 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 interested
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.
SENIOR CIRCLE -
EVENTS: RSVP two days
before the events listed
below to attend by calling
689-8409. SC = Senior
Circle Classroom, at
127-A E. Redstone Ave. in
Crestview.
Yoga takes place every
Tuesday morning at
8:45 a.m. in the SC. Line
dancing takes place every
Tuesday in the WC at 10
a.m.
April 21, 11:30 a.m.
luncheon in DeFuniak
at McLain's and noon
Brown Bag Lunch and
Game Day in the SC.
April 22, 5 p.m. dinner
crew at the SC.
April 23, 10:30 a.m.
bridge in the SC, and .
11:30 a.m. Lunch Bunch at
the Hideaway.
April 24 and 25, Books
Are Pun Sale.
April 28, 10 a.m. Book
Review Club in the SC.
April 30, noon Brown
Bag Lunch and Game
Day in the SC. '
ADVANCE
DIRECTIVE SEMINAR:
Covenant Hospice will
present an Advance Care
Planning seminar on
April 21 from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at the Crescent Park
Village Assisted Living
Facility, 551 Redstone
Avenue W., Crestview.
It will provide tools to
complete written advairce
directives, commonly
known as a living will.
The free seminar is
open to the public. Light
refreshment 'provided.
Fof details or to receive
a copy of "Five Wishes"
booklet for advance
planning, visit the
Covenant Hospice office
at 370 W. Redstone Drive
in Crestview or call 682-
3628.
AARP TAX AIDE: is
the largest free volunteer-
run tax counseling and .
preparation service for
income taxpayers, with
special attention to those
age 60 or older. Volunteer
as a tax assistance
counselor and/or a.
leadership coordinator by
calling 1-888-OUR-AARP
or visiting www.aarp.
org/taxaide.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR ,
SENIORS: The Senior
Center at Old Spanish '
Trail Park on Stillwell
Blvd. in Crestview is
hosting low impact
aerobics every Monday
from 9-10 a.m. A $5 fee
applies. Call Tammy -
at 682-0647 for details,
and feel free to pick
up a calendar for other
activities at the center.
LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: Friends of the
Crestview Library~are
looking for members
for a new book club. An
Organizational meeting
will be held mn the near
future. For details, call
Library Director Jean
Lewis at 682-4432.

OKALOOSA COUNTY
USED BOOK SALE:
On Monday, April 21,
the Eglin Officer's
Spouses Club is hosting
book sale at the Eglin
Base Library from
1'0 a.m. to 8 p.m. All
proceeds go directly


towards expanding
and updating the
library's inventory.
BUTTERFLY
HOUSE REOPENS
April 17, and is located
in Navarre Park on
Highway 98. Hours are
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday from 10 a.m: to
3 p.m. and on Sundays
from noon to 4 p.m. *
Special tours
for groups of 10 or
more are available
Monday through


2487.
LOCAL RELAY
TEAM: Baker, Blackman
and Holt, you now have
a Relay for Life team. To
add your support to the
effort, call 305-6131 or
537-8516.

CREST VIEW

SPANISH TRAIL
CRUISERS BENEFIT
CAR SHOW: to honor
the Crestview Fire Dept.
and Okaloosa EMS will
be held April l9, with
registration from 8 a.m.
no for the car show,
and 8 a.m. 2 p.m. for
poker run registration.
Show cars will be parked
from noon 3 p.m. Poker
run drawings will be
held at 3:30, 4, 4:30 and 5
p.m. The event includes a
poker swap meet. .
Details: Mike Thurman
at 428-1161. To be a
vendor, call Frances
Gautney at 689-1007. To
participate in the swap
meet/yard sale, call
Danny Tate at 682-6632.
HEALTHY WOMAN
SEMINAR: on organ and
tissue donation will take
place Thursday, April l7
at 6 p.m. at Woodlawn
Baptist Church in
Crestview. Guest speaker
is Dennis Stewart, MD.
A light dinner and door
prizes will be provided.
To make a reservation,
call Jane Lindenberg at
689-8846.
M&F BANK RELAY
GRILL GIVEAWAY:
M & F Bank at 1334
North Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview is doing
a donation drawing
for Relay for Life and
has purchased a large
commercial gas grill
from Lowe's to help raise
money. They request
donations of $2 for a
ticket or $5 for three
tickets. Visit the office to
see the grill to be won.
This drawing, and
some smaller ones, will
be held on April l8 at the
Relay for Life event. All
money will benefit the
Relay for Life / American


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

LhAUREL HILL

LAUREL HILL
:SCHOOL REUNION:
:Saturday,: ApCril 19 from
:10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in
:the school lunchroom.
:$10 per person. Come
celebratee your "Hobo
:Pride," and enjoy
fellowrsh-ip, fun, food,
Live entertainment
and door prizes. The
:presentation of the first
:Laurel Hill
:School Reunion
Scholarship, totaling
$500, will be made at
Ithe reunion.
`For information
contact Frankie Johnson
rat 758-1639 or Charles
:Carroll at 546-1385.


:TODAY

'BOOKMOBILE
:AT CRESTVIEW
:LI-BRARY: As part
:of National Library
:Week this week and
:to encourage students
:to read, Okaloosa
:County is sponsoring a
:bookmobile visit at the
:Robert L.F. Sikes Library
:today from 2:30 to 3;30
/Rm.
SOCPLC has a list of
1900k recommendations
:by grade, to assist
:students in picking out
-b~ooks to read.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL
FINDINGS ON EGLIN:
iFree public lecture about
Recent archaeological "
projects undertaken at
Eglin Air Force Base
from noon to 1 p.m.
:i the Indian Temple
MNound Museum's main
igalleryi. Visitors are
encouraged to bring
~their bag lunch and
teat as they learn.
iDetails: Mike Thomin,
~833-9595.


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BAYA EVENTS:
Baseball/softball sign-
up for the area youths
ages 13-18 is currently
being held at BAYA until
April 30. You can sign up
on line at www.eteamz.
active.com/baya. For
more information call
537-4549.
Baker Area Youth
Association's Annual
Fun Day will be held
on Saturday, May 3
from 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Games, prizes, raffles,
food, raging river water
ride, rock climb and
much more. For more
information call 537-4549.
SHADY GROVE
CEMETERY FEE: Anyone
owning a cemetery plot
in Shady Grove Cemetery
in Baker, and especially
families with loved
ones in the cemetery are
reminded that the 2008
maintenance fee is now
due and payable.
The monthly upkeep
and maintenance for the
community cemetery
is under local contract
outside the church
and you are asked to
contribute generously for
the upkeep to continue.
Dues are payable to
Shady Grove Cemetery
Fund and may be mailed
or delivered to the Shady
Grove Church office at
1189 Shady Grove Road,
Baker, FL 32531. For
further details call 537-
2774 or 537-3104.
BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m.
at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located
at 1375 19th St. in Baker.
The public is encouraged
to attend. If you have any
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The Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church hon
ored Pastor Dwight Baggett and his wife, Novella
Baggett, during a 10th anniversary pastor appre-
ciation celebration on Saturday. The event was
held at the Crestview Community Center with the
theme: A Decade of Dedicated Service.
Members of the Macedonia congregation paid a
special tribute and reflected on the pastor's years
of service following a social and dinner hour. Guest
speaker for the evening was Rev. Russell Hughes
of the Everlasting Word Full Gospel Baptist Church
in DeFuniak Springs.
"I am indeed grateful for the opportunity to
serve as pastor or the past ten years," said Rev.
Baggett. "The experience has been very beneficial
to me as a spiritual leader. It is my prayer and be~
lief that as we move into the next decade, we will
be more knowledgeable, wiser, and committed to
our Christian responsibility, and that we will bear
fruits of righteousness.



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of her son and daughter- a
in-law, Creston and Marie --
Barrow in Oak Grove.
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Barrow; grandchildren,
Patsy and Joe McDonald, .
Linette and Jack Jerkins, .
Doyle and Cheryl Barrow .: t
and Judy Lynn Barrow
(wife of Jimmy Barrow);
great-grandchildren, Toni Ruth Barrow
and Rob LaFear, Adrian
Luke and Shonda Martin and Nathan Barrow; great-
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

E NAC TMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, April 28, 2008 (t
6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Council Chamber
at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City
Council of the City of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinance
#1392 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1392
SAN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 43.56-! ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED
AS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR

DEIG IN; R VIDING OFRO MEUNMAENND ZO
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 43.56-a- acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1392 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appra~iser's Office by parcel
identification number 11 -3N\-24-0000-0001 -0170 and part of
1 1-3N\-24-0000-0001 -0110. Said 43.56-! acres is located in
Section 11, Township 3 North, Range 24 West, at the western
end of Seneca Trail. The parcel's location is shown ori the map
labeled "Ordinance 1392" 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 l98 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 ordinances.

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.

If a person decides to 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.

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


NOTICE: OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF

ORDINANCE
Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and
Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council
proposes to adopt the following ordinance as set forth by title.
as follows: ~

ORDINANCE NO. 1394

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 9.64
ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION
32, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM
OKALOOSA COUNTY ZONING OF BUSINESS
GENERAL (BG) TO CITY OF CRESTVIEW COMMERCIAL
DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY-
PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW
ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY* AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading and
adoption of the ordinance will be held on Monday, April 28,
2008 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson
Street, Crestview, Florida.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal
comments on the matters under consideration. The ordinance
is available for public inspection during normal business hours
at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.

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.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will qeed~ 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.

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


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Crestview News Bulletin

CREST VIEW I hate
tossing adjectives like
"exuberant" around when
reviewing a show because
dtsasword that's overused
Yet to describe the Crest-
view High School Theatre
Department's production
of Oklahloma! last weekend,
there's no better word.
A large cast of more than
two dozen students filled
Pearl Tyner Auditorium
with song and dance, dis-
playing proficiency in both
arts.
Enjoyable performances
were turned in by the en-
tire cast.
Morgan Teel was
enchanting as Laurey,
bringing the farm girl an
appealing obstinacy as she
pretended to have no inter-
est in the studly cowboy
Curly.
Forrest Jenkins embod-
ied his Curly with a strong,
steady voice and just the
right am-ount of swagger as
he feigned an equal disin-
terest in Laurey.
As the maternal Atunt
Eller, Jennifer Puette de-
fied her tender years and
gave us a strong character
filled with good country
wisdom.
Jeremy Mitchell tackled


on- and off-stage talent. A
small irritant was a short-
age of microphones, mak-
ing minor speaking roles
hard to hear when they in-
teracted with major, miked
characters.
(Im sure ehe dama pmo-

munity contributions for
both equipment and future
production costs!)
Drama teacher Joe
Hernandez, who was
also Oklahoma!'s director,
is owed major kudos for
bringing musical theatre
back to Crestview Hligh
School after an absence of
entirely too many years.
Between Hernandez'
tireless enthusiasm and
dedication to his students,
and their energetic, enjoy-
able performance,1last
weekend's production of
Oklahoma! was much more
than OK.
It was exuberantly awe-
some.

See video of Oklahoma!,
including the backstage
crew in actions, at
crestviewbulletin.comz.


Will Parker with gusto, fill-
ing the stage with a joyous
enthusiasm matched by .
Tristi Bond's perky Ado
Annie. The onstage chem-
istry between both young
actors was sheer delight.
Jarick Rivers and Ja-
son Porrata delivered two
memorable performances.
As the dark, brooding Jud
Fry, the normally outgoing
Jarick threw himself into
the pivotal role, convinc-
ingly ratcheting up Jud's
menace as the story un-
folded.
Jason, on the other hand,
displayed natural talent
for both physical comedy
and comedic timing as the
peddler Ali Hakim. His ap-
p~earances quickly became
eagerly anticipated.
The talent exhibited on
stage was equally matched
backstage. A visit to the
projection/soumd booth
revealed a well-rehearsed


team effort.
As Jamie Thomas
smoothly panned her
spotlight across the stage,
equal finesse was exhibited
by Madison Brown and
Susanna Cooper on sound,
and Chayne Sparagowski
on7 the sound board.
I was also delighted by
Teel and Kaitlin Perrera's
graceful choreography for .
the show's dance numbers.
There was none of the awk-
ward clomping around un-
fortunately inherent in too
many school productions.
A few small opening
night technical glitches
were admirably and
smoothly covered by both


Janice F. Young
City Clerk


April 16, 2008
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Crestview News Bulletin

The Florida Chautauqua Theatre in DeFuniak Springs is
getting ready to raise the curtain on Disney's High School
Musical Onstage, the film version of which made a house-
hold name of actor Zac Efron.
paCrestview natives Ashley Bolton and Chuck Hewitt are
Shows are 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday; and
2:30 p.m. Sunday. The Chautauqua Theatre is located at
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Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

PROGRAMS
*Venture into space
where no one has gone
:',or aiot ""a1 So Tm

abu .2 "it- an sp
a.m. Create a rocket!
On April 23, we'll
gather at 10 a.m. at the
Hub City Environmen

,trip ::':: aout :Sive
plants and animals. See
the oldest tree arboretum
in the Panhandle. The
m"it': wish n lie
fish, and insect exhibits
of over 50 species. Ani
mal mounts include deer,
beaver, coyote, turkey,
fox and grey squirrel,
can ,re ratt 110k,
raccoon and several spe-
cies of local fish. You
may want to bring a pic-
nic snack or lunch to en-
joy after our guided tour
with tour guide John
McMahon. The Hub City
Environmental Center
is located at 132 Butler
Avenue at the Fire Tower
site.
Directions: Coming
from the library, you
would head south on
State Road 85. Turn right
on U.S. Highway 90
West. (Coming from the
south end of town, you
would head north on
State Road 85 and turn


left' on U.S. Highway 90
West). From U.S. 90, turn
right on Coleman Av-
enue (past McDonalds;
on right between Hot
Wheels and a veterinary
clinic). Go two blocks.
Turn left on Butler (a
circular avenue). Go one

Mahon Environmental
Center. Park along the
wood fenced or in front of
the museum.
deli, te f rme in te
dell, Heigh Ho! The Der-
ry O! The farmer in the
a thhir crgder, 03in
us for stories and songs
"on the farm" for our
nex LpeSi nonaA1pr .
with the program begin-
ning at 10:15 a'.m.
STAFF PICKS
"Tales of a Fourth
Grade Nothing" by Judy
Blume (J Pbk Blu or J
Audio
Cass Fic
Blu). Liv-
ing with
his little
-brother,
~Fd~;~Fudge,
g makes
Peter
Hatcher
feel like a fourth grade
nothing. Whether Fudge
is throwing a temper
tantrum in a shoe store,
smearing mashed po-
tatoes on the walls at
Hamburger Heaven, or


scribbling all over Peter's
homework, he's never far
from trouble. He's a two-
year-old terror who gets
away with everything -
and Peter's had enough.
"Mouse Count" by El-
len Stoll (Walsh E Wal).
Find

mice
out-
smart a
hungry
gededy snake!

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
Ana,a Mar SS gda a,
Tracey, Janice, one of the
Heathers, or Audrey. We
will be happy to assist
you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the ;
Post Office)
On the Web: www.cit-
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h y phone: 682-4432

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Guest Editorial: The cost of education


Jason Alderman: Smart uses for tax refunds


Brean Hughes / Crew ic\. New s. Bullrtu-,
Pastors Enos and Launa Ali receive a Goqd
NOD certificate from Crestview News Bulletin
Editor Kyle Wright.

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weeklendf at~ April 'The group~ wolrked through ~!
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danusecd in~ H~uric~ane loan1. The rain d~ldnl t
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The rou aClsF~o has constructed a w\he~elclhau-
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good neighbors to the residents oft Crescent
Park Village Assiste Living Facilit\: Shepard
and Chapmnan made the Covena~nt Hospie
faci~ht a,.ailabl~e wvhen a firte broke out in the
nearby Crescernt Park building ''They- imm~-
dtiate~ly let them into our oftice and made them
comfortable according to Sally Robb~ins of
Co\.enant Hos~pice. After about an hour, the
fire depa~rtmecnt put oUt an "all clear" and al-
low\ed the Cre cent P-ark\ residents to Ireum to
Usen- to-1116.
*~ A Good NOD to joe Hernandez, drama
teacher. at Cres~t\iew\ HIgh Sihoo~l, who ~\wet
aIbot e and beyond the scope of has part-time
ins~tructiona~l pos~itio~n to~ mo~unt an e~njoyable
reproduction ofi the stage' classic cOklahomarn' It
has bcltn man~\ yers since C1-1 produced a
fulll-fledgetd musical. so the gemue w\as new\ to
monsr ~t' of t mre thin~ 301 students irwolvetd mn
tht producition The colmplexitjes of the show
did not faze Hernandez nor his dedicated
iompnlCi. Thte show~ wvas an einjoyable eve~rung
of classic Amenc~an musical theratre., showing
there 1is a definte place un o~ur schools for a
theater proram. hlowe importantly, studens
bene~fited fro:m a t valuable educational expen-
enire. Including~ real-hie exposure to stage craft
from th~e -everal profes-lonals Herna~dez
bro~ulght 11-1 to nugmecnt his Lm~ited resources.

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big news on the front page.
Put "Front Page Story"
on the subject line of your
e-mail or on your prmntout,
and we'll consider your
story for a spot on the front
page of the Crestview News
Bulletin.
Every person has a spe-
cial story.
Help us share those
stories in your community
newspaper.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbull2etin.com. Visit
the "Pazssinzg Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com to offer
ideas on what to call Kyson's
paternal grandparents and to
read Kyle's concerns that hard
work is now considered an un-
u1sual thing.


Members of the C'rest-
view News Bullet~in staff
brought along several good-
ies when they paid m~e, my
wife and our new~ baby
a surprise visit this past
Wednesday at North Oka-
loosa Medical Center,
A basketball. New
clothes. Several cards.
"Oh, and have you seen
the 'Breaking News' on our
Web site?" reporter Brian
SHughes asked.
Oh great, I thought. I
probably missed one of the
biggest stories of the year.
I had.
Th~e News Bulletin staff
had posted the news of
baby Kyson's birth online.
Like I said, the biggest
story of the year. At least to
me.
The story of the year


probably changes from
house to house.
For me, it's the birth~ of
Our baby boy. ~
For my neighbor, it
might be a 50*" wedding
anniversary.
For the couple down the
road, it might be a son or
daughter heading off to kin-
dergarten for the first time.
You don't have to be edi-
tor of the newspaper to get
your big story in print and '
Online.
Submit an article and/or
photo about the big news in
your life, and we'll get it in
the paper.


(Quick aside: The key
phrase here is "submnit an
article and/or photo"; not
"request an article and/
or photo." We would love
to spend our days taking
photos of new babies and
attending important family
functions. Unfortunately,
we can't come close to cov-
ering everything important
to every person in north
Okaloosa County~ in per-
son. Still, if you take a few
seconds to send us a few
words or a photo from your
big event, we'll get it in the
paper.)
You might even get your


positions. So,
what gets cut?
,-,_. The strug-
~' l of eiff
cut is no easy
task. The edu-
Clark Ecational chop-
Barrow- ping block
is an ugly
villain with
victims such as art pro-
grams, classroom assistants
and lack of pay for depart-
ment heads. If a school cuts
too many extracurricular
activities such as sports, the
school risks losing students
because these students'
parents will transfer them
to other schools that have
these programs.
In response to the prin-
cipals' requests for ways
to cut costs, some teachers
offered to help clean their
own rooms. Some teachers
recommended programs to
cut.
In all cases, program cuts
affect all stakeholders by
possibly reducing the qual-
ity of students' education.
Many teachers are offer-
ing to teach an extra class.
If enough teachers teach ~
an extra class, a full-time
teacher will not have to be
hired as the cost of paying
several teachers to teach an
extra class costs less than a
full-time teacher. Not hav-
ing to hire another teacher,
however, means a highly
effective and deserving


A child-'s mzind is a terrible thing to waste.

Please adopt a classroom and help reserve

the qu~ably of education.


The education budget
for Florida's 2008-2009 ~
sch-ool year includes sub-
era draI chontrst soTe
line items of Florida's K-12
educational program bud-
get are increased. Even so,
an overall budget reduction
for individual K-12 schools
exists for the upcoming
year.
Much of the finances are
based on current Full-Time
Equivalent (FTE) student
enrollment. School budgets
for next year are being re-
duced as many school prin-
cipals were told to budget
for less than their predicted
FTE count. Unfortunately,
most schools' budgets are
already stretched to their
li~mits. Additional ways to '
dlecrease costs are needed.
Recently, school princi-
p~als called faculty meetings
with their teachers and
asked them for recommen-
dations on how to reduce
school costs. During the
faculty meetings, teachers
received opinion forms.
On these forms, teachers
offered their opinions of
what to cut, what to keep
and what they could do
to help reduce costs. As
principals presented the
dismal forecast of possible
teacher layoffs and program
cuts, teachers struggled to
conceive ways to maintain
the quality of education
while saving all employees'.


teacher may go unem-
ployed. Even worse, paying
these teachers to teach extra
classes may mean a recently
hired teacher will not hate
a teaching position next
year. Many of these mea-
sures to reduce costs could
cause a reduction in the
overall quality of education.
Teachers are required to
be highly effective-- now
"highly qualified" and
possess best practice teach-
ing skills. The hidden cur-
riculum for being a teacher
also includes other talents.
All teachers are, to some
extent, student counselors,
moms and dads, and stable
shouliers for students to
cry on. ,
Without a doubt, all stu-
dents are entitled to a qiual-
ity education, and all teach-
ers are expected to dehiver
such an education while
providing student support
in whatever areas needed,
all on a reduced budget.
What can parents and
members of the commu-
nity do to help? This is a
10 million dollar question.
Most schools can use par-
ent volunteers to help make
copies, grade papers and
assist with student activi-


ties. Community businesses
may aid by participating in
school-to-work programs,
which helps students obtain
on-the-job trammig. Com-
munity businesses also
can partner with schools
and donate money or sup-
plies to schools, individual
classrooms, or both. Help-
ing schools may be a way
to reduce income taxes and
foster goodwill.
Our children are the
community's future work-
ers and leaders. Can we af-
ford to leave their education
to chance or have it dimin-
ished by budget cuts when
we can intervene?
A child's mind is a ter-
rible thing to waste. Please
adopt a classroom and help
preserve the quality of edu-
cation.

Clark E. Barrowo, Ed.S., is
a Mathzematics Teacher in the
Okaloosa District Schools
system. E-mrail himt at
cebarol7M~9@gmala.comn

Disclaimzer: This article
is a personal opinion and is
not intended to represent the
opinions, either expressed oi*
implied, of people at the school
or school district.


for emergencies. It's -
wisie to set aside three to
six mlonthg of living ex-
penses" to cover job loss,
unexpected medical ex-
pen~ses or other unplanned
events.
*Save for retirement.
The longer you delay, the
harder it is to catch up
on7 retirement savings.
*Finance education,


*Give to charity.
Sure, it's temptmng to
blow your whole tax re-
fund on the latest gadget,
but: try to invest most of it
in your long-term future
financial security.


Jsason Aldlermaln dlirects
Visa;f's jrzinanl edulcationz
progl~rams


Each year, roughly 70
percent of Americans get an
income tax refund. Thanks
to the Economic Stimulus
Act of 2008, beginning in
early May most also will
receive an additional tax
rebate check of up to $600
(uLp to $1,200 for joint fil-
ers).
The money may be
burning a hole in your


pocket, but h-er~e are a few u
possibilities to conssi~der
before rushing ~ff to the
mall:
'*Spend wisely. If: you
want to reinvest~l part of
your refund/recbat'e back
into the econiomy, consid-
er spending it o~n nec~es-
sities thazt will save yu
nunu1I. in ~the long ru. .1~
*Pay off debt. Save


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Melissa Teddler
Office Managler


Jason Mobley
General Manager


Kyle Wright
Editor


Ann Spann
Photographer


Greg Allen
Production
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Account
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Crestview News Bulletin i A47


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A blood drive will b'e
held at Crestview High
School today from 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Three previous CHS
blood drives this year
have netted 127 units of
blood. The high school's
goal is to collect 200 units
of blood this school year.
If the students and fac-
ulty meet their goal they
will tie with~ L-3 Crestview
Aerospace. Crestview
Aerospace is the top donor
group in Crestview:
"We applaud the stu-
dents for being civic mind-
ed an-d for being life say-


ers," said Ginger Arthur
o the Nnrthwest Florida
All blood types are
needed. The donation pro-
cess includes: registration,
a health history question-
naire, a blood pressure
check and an iron check.
The actual blood draw is
less than seven minutes.
Blood donors are eligible
at 17 years of age, must
weigh at least 110 pounds
and be in good general
health. A picture ID is re-
quired.
To schedule a blood
drive or for more informa-
tion, call Atthur at (850)
819'-5358.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Few know bet-
ter than Sally Robbins, develop-
ment and public relations manag
er for Covenant Hospice, the im-
portance of .letting your family
and doctor know your wishes
should you become seriously ill
or injured.
When her sister passed away
unexpectedly not long ago, neil
their Robbins nor her siblings
had any indication what their
loved one would have wanted
them to do. .
"A lot of people hesitate to
make these decisions about the

thik hy h Hf to 1nov san h:
torney, or it's too complicated,"
Robbins said
"A lot of people don't, even
want to think about it," Robbins
continued. "Sometimnes it takes
a scare to get them to sit down
and talk about these serious
matters."
To help people make sure
their end-of-life decisions are
followed, Covenant Hos ice
will offer an advance care plan-
ning seminar.
The seminar is free and open
to the public. It will be held Mon-
day, April 21 from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at the Crescent Park Village
assisted living facility, 551 Red-
stone Ave. in Crestview.
An integral part of the pro-
gram will be the tools to com
plete written advance directives,
better known as "living wills."
A major component is the Five
Wishes booklet. Called a "liv-
ing will with a heart," the easy-
to-use program is lawful in 37
states, including Florida.
"You have to khow where to
look for a lot of this information.
That's what we love about Five
Wishes," Robbins said. "It en-
capsulates all the information in
one easy-to-read document. It's
written in layman's terms and
allows you to make your own
choices." .


Covenant Hospice/ Special to the News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice community educator Holly Adams, RN, will present
"The Power of Advanced Directives," a free seminar to help the public plan
living wills.


PENSACOLA -
The 'University of West
Florida National Alumni
Association named its
2008 alumni award
winners during its Alumni
Awards Brunch held April
5 during Festival on the
Green.
Alexis Tibbetts was
honoredasaDistinguished
Alumnus.
This award is presented
to UWF alumni for
significant achievements
in his or her chosen field
of interest or profession.
Tibbetts received her
specialist degree in 1996
and doctorate in 2005 from


UWF. She is currently
the Superintendent of
Schools in Okaloosa
County. Known for her
tireless commitment to
the education of students
and her dedication to the
employees of Okaloosa,
TibbettS is the founder of
the Emerald Coast Science
Museum and also the
Career Technical Academy
in Okaloosa County.
The awards are given
each year in~recognition
of those who work to
help and promote the
university, the alumni
association and the more
than 58,000 Argo alumni.


Crestview News Bulletin

Masonic Center Chari-
ties serving the greater
Crestview area has an-
nounced its "American
Flag Display" program.
Masonic Center Chari-
ties will install a flag hold-
er in your yard and hang a
3-by-5 flag on seven holi-


Jim Courtney
Jim Courtney, age 87, of
Baker, passed away on Mon-
day, April 14, 2008 at North
Okaloosa Medical Center. He
was borniin Hanony Chunit
1920 and had been a lifelong
reSide'nt of the Baker area. He
was a member of Goodhope
congregational Church. Jim
worked in the Civil Service for
25 years as a supply expediter.
He also enjoyed farming.
Jim was preceded in death
by his wife, Jewel Courtney;
tw~o brothers, Pete Courtney
and Jack Courtney; and two
grandchildren, Brian Court-
ney and Kenny Courtney. He
is survived by his daughter,
Annette Whitlock, and her
husband Corky of Cleveland,
Tenn.; two sons, Ron Courtney
of Apex, N.C. and Rick Court-
ney and his wife. Elizabeth of
Tit-usville, Fla.; tIvo brothers,
Bunk Courtney and his wife
Sue, and Johnnie Courtney;
sister, Jeanette Henderson and
her husband Charles, all of
Baker; grandchildren, Vicky,
Jackie, Kevin, Keith,. Dan, I;ar-
ren, Kate, Kim and Meghan;
great-grandchildren, Court-
ney, Chauncey, Nick, Hayden,
Brandy and Austin.
A tidlle of visitation will be
held Thursday, April 17 from
6-8 p.m. at Whitehurst-Powell
Funea HoimebChapel Fu eal
April 18 at 11 a.m. at the Good
Hope Congregational Church
with Rev. Joel Cordin and Den-
nis Courtney officiating. Burial
will follow at Good Hope Con-
gregational Church Cemetery.
Whit~ehurst-Powell Funeral
Home is entrusted writh ar-
rangements.
Sign, leavle a remembrance
or view the guest book for Jim
Curtnc by icli iinga bn the
tonl at www\~.crestviewbulletli n.
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The USDA, Rural Utilities Service has received an application for financial assistance from Blackman
Community Water System, Inc. The proposed project consists of the new construction of two (2) 400
gallons per minute water supply wells, one (1) 150,000 gallon elevated storage tank and installation of
approximately 40 miles of water mains in the water system's franchise area. All distribution lines will be
located within state and county road rights-of-way.

Construction practices will be employed to minimize temporary impact on any wetlands. Service
connection applications in areas where wetlands exist must verify that all potential users have obtained
prope'rUSACE Section 404 permits.
To prevent storm water runoff and elcosion, Best Management Practices will be utilized. These include but
are not limited to minimizing soil disturbance and the installation of storm water controls such as hay bales,
silt fencing and grassing.

As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities Service has assessed the potential
environmental effects of the proposed project and has determined that the proposal will not have a
significant effect on the human environment and therefore an Environmental Impact Statement will not be
prepared.

Copies of the Environmental Assessment are available for review at:


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A8 I crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2008


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW In its
meeting Tuesday night,
the Crestview City Council
unanimously elected new
officers for the rest of the
2008 and into 2009.
Councilwoman Brenda
Bush wyas chosen as the
body's new president.
Councilwoman Lillie Co-
nyers was voted vice presi-
dent.
The council approved
Resolution 08-05 by a 4-1
vote. The resolution au-
thorizes the issuance of
public improvement bonds
not exceeding $1.8 million
to acquire the CitiChurch
building adjacent to Old
Spe ish ITr ail Park off Still-
Outgoing Council Presi-
dent Chip Wells dissented.
Administrative Services
director Mike Wing told the
council the 10,000-square-
foot building is ready for
~occupancy.
The council also received
apreliminaryrecommenda-
tion fromnPolice Chief'Brian
Mitchell to establish a route
for ~the annual, but unoffi-
cial, Carver Hill May Day
"Parade of Cars." (Please
see the related article on Pzg-e
AT.) .
A request by -the Super-
visor of Elections office to
utilize the decorative street
lamp poles on Main Street
to ~hang banners promot-
ing voter registration was
unanimously approved .
"Our goal is to create
a voter awareness cam-
paign," explained Tiffany
Rivera, voter education and
public relations coordinator
with the elections office.


I ,


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Mayor David Cadle expresses the city's appreciation to the Crestview Garden
Club's last three members, Nellie Fleming, Lucille Lee and Eva Jones.


CTOStview Garden Club disbands


city's praise, they also announced the
club was disbanding.
"We're sorry we can't keep it up
anymore," said spokeswoman Nellie
Fleming. Indicating her two friends,
she said, "We're the club."
Fleming said that despite their best
efforts, they have been unable to at-
tract younger members to carry on
the Garden Club's public works.
"It's just getting so you can't get
any members any more," Fleming
said.
Public Services director Wayne
Steele assured the mayor and the
council that the Parks Department
will maintain the plantings the Crest-
view Garden Club leaves as its legacy
to the city.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Mayor David
Cadle had words of praise Monday
evening for the ladies of the Crest_
view Garden Club as he presented
the club's three members with a cer-
tificate of appreciation.
"Thank you for the many years
your dedicated members have devot
ed to the beautification of the city of
Crestview," the certificate read.
"We especially appreciate the
beautiful garden at the foot of Main
Street," Cadle said.
The club members' appearance be-
fore the City Council was a bittersweet
occasion. In addition to receiving the


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Supervisor of Elections voter education and public
relations coordinator Tiffany Rivera presents her office's
proposal for voter awareness banners to the city council
Monday evening.


The banners would be
hung 60 days prior to elec-
tions and would come
down right after elections.
"We would definitely
make sure the design is a~p-
proved by the Council," Ri-
vera said. .
Responding to a concern
by Councilwoman Linda
Parker, Wing said the ban-
ners would be hung only
for the two upcoming elec-
tions in 2008. The city was
not establishing a precedent
for other organizations to
hang banners, Wing said.
.Parker said, "I can sup-
port that, where I probably
wouldn't be able to support


all sorts of banners going up
and down all year long."
The council's unanimous
approval of the consent
agenda also meant approval
of the site construction and
floor plans for the Staples
office supply store planned
for the southeast corner of
South Ferdon Boulevard
and Hospital Drive.
It also approved site con-
struction and floor plans
for the Rogers Grant Devel-
opment 2,400-sqluare-foot
contractor office and ware-
house on Valley Road, as
well as the Hathaway Mini
Storage planned for North
Hathaway Street.


the city's business. -
The city's charter states
the seat is declared vacant
upon her resignation. The
vacancy is to be filled by a
council appointee.
City attorney Toni Craig
advised the council to be-
gin looking for potential
nominees so their candidate
could assume the seat on
May 1.
In addition to consider-
ing their own respective
candidates, Craig said the
council is free to consider
any interested Laurel Hill
resident who expresses in-
terest in assuming the bal-
ance of Adams'. term.


At that, longtime former
councilwoman Chris Jow-
ers, who remains active in
following city affairs, of-
fered her services.
"I th-ink most of you
know me," Jowers said. "It
would be an honor to serve
again."
Correcting a misconcep-
tion by an audience member,
Craig explained the replace-
ment of Adams would be "a
nominee, not a motion." No
seconds would be required.
"Each of you would have
to convince the others about
your nominee," Craig said.
"That's where your skills in
debate come in."


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HLL The
city's council members were
surprised at the April 10
council meeting when City
Manager Tim Bolduc read a
letter from Councilwoman
Wanda "Kittie" A'dams an-
nouncing her resignation.
"Becauise of illness and
chronic pain," Adams, one
of the cotmcil's four fresh-
man members, said she will
step down as of May 1.
The council unanimous-
ly expressed appreciation
for Adams' enthusiastic and
thoughtful contributions to


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

One of my former col-
leagues, who lives in Los
Angeles, loves to get up
bright and early and surf
the Internet before break-
fast.
Occ asionally he'll share
the fruits of. his clicking
with the rest of us.
Alas, most of the time,
none of that clicking in-
volves a visit to Snopes.
com before clicking the
"forward" button.
Recently he sent us
those four "unbeliev-
able" (so said the e-mail
subject) photos of a mule
supposedly killing a
mountain lion that was
about to attack the own-
er's dogs.
"A couple from Mon-
tana were out riding on
the range, he with his
rifle and she (fortunately)
with her camera," the tale
began.
Then the horror -
a mountain lion started
stalking the dogs.
"The hunter got off the
mule with his rifle and
decided to shoot in the


air to scare away the lion,
but before he could get off
a shot the lionf charged in
and decided he wanted a
piece of those dogs," the
story continued.
Yikes!
"With that, the mule
took off and decided HE
wanted a piece of that
lion."
Well, I hopped on
my mule and moseyed
over to Snopes.com and
learned those four pic-
tures were authentic.
Nope, no Photoshop
used there, folks.
But. ..
There was no husband
and wife out for a ride
on the range involved at
all, said Snopes. It was, in
fact, a 25-year-old hunter
named Jody Anglin a-ri-
din' on that mule, which
was named Berry.
And it weren't no
Montana, neither. It was
in southwestern New
Mexico where Jody and
Berry encountered not
just the mountain lion in
the four photos, but oth-
ers as well.
SThe pictures were
snapped by Jody, accord-


ing to Steve Richards, a
writer for Western Mule
Magazine.
(That was one mag not
on the exhaustive list sent
to me by a little friend in
second grade who want-
ed me to buy subscrip-
tions to help raise money
for his class.)
Richards wrote that
once Berry got a taste
for mountain lion, he got
more aggressive with
each successive cat he'd
encounter.
Oh, there was one more
detail that somehow got
left out of the exciting e-
mail my pal in California
sent us:
"Berry didn't actually
kill the mountain lion,"
Snopes explained. "The
mule picked it up and
tossed it around only af-
ter it was already dead."
"A lion is a powerful
and lethal predator and
can easily kill a mule,"
Richards said. "However,
a mule can be quite an
adversary."
So can people who
don't visit Snopes.com
before sending untruths
to our "in" boxes.


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andiletdth do ois ABOUT RELAY
to fight tis dreae ds-
ease." FOR LIFE
Certified Manufactur- Onda neig
ing's R~elayi For Life team One community: By p
wlill have about 30 mem- ticipating in an Amenic
bers taking turns walk- Cancer. Society Relay
ing th-e dirt track in Old Life event near you, ye
Spanish Trail Park this honor cancer survivor
weekend. The company pay tribute to the lives
already conducted a suc- to the disease, and ra
cessul ard aleto rise money to help fight it
coessfulyrdha to raise right in your communi-
money ay.Much more than a
We wated o doaround a track, Relay
smething for ITer," sha a time to celebrate the
ew o o ewho have battled cane
Manufacturing. tib- remember those lost ~
"ere doing ths be- get inspired to fight bE
cause my mom is such Those who have share
an inspiration," added the same experience f
Michelle Rasbeck, Bech- common ground, hop
told's daughter and a healing at Relay. By ...
bookkeeper at Certified pating, you have the p
Manuactuing.to continue the Americ
"Sh' my ther bu Cancer Society's prog
She's ~ ~ i:~ mymoer u t. ir a future where
to everyone here she's ,p~ .ei-:; -n t take the li\
part of th~e family." :..r II Ial-l-E. and family.
The family was shaken Le as r? nore at http
in 2006 when Bechtold ..- --,,,!,-,rge
announced she had mela- about
noma on her neck, and
later a GIST (gastrointes-
tinal stromal tumor) near Nettie Davenport als
her pancreas. kept the company ru
Bechtold initially was smoothly when Bech-
told she would lose one was away.
side of her face, including Bechtold brought
an eye. laway bed to her offi
Bechtold's treatment she could spend time
included surgery to re- her employees and s
move the skin cancer, the rest she needed.
chemotherapy to shrink "I knew I was beil
the GIST, two surgeries watched over, so I kr
to remove the latter tu- was going to be oka~
mor, another surgery to said. "I decided this
remove affected lymph not going to get the i
nodes and countless other of me.'
treatments. Certified Manufac
Bechtold said Dr. ing has sponsored te
Thomas Sunnenberg in in past charity event!
Pensacola served as her this Relay For Life w
I'guardian angel" as she have a different feel.
fought the cancers. Dr. The company's en
fames Pennington per- ees and their boss sh
formed the surgery to new sense of awaren
remove the lymph nodes the fight against cant
and left hardly a scratch. "It's touching hon
Bechtold and her em- on many levels," Bec
ployees drew strength told said. "It's about
from each other during of these people, men
the ordeal. women, young and
Pamela couldn't find who are fighting this
eno gh words of pmaise battle."
Bechtold. Employees like Sh~arec your Relay F
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book recommendations by
grade, to assist students in
picking out books to read.
Also in the month of April,
the Bookmobile will visit
local libraries so patrons
can select from even more
books, in celebration of
"National Library Week."
The Bookmobile will visit
the Crestview library today
from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
For more information
call OCPLC at 850-609-5101,
and visit the following Web
sites: readokaloosa.oi-g,
okaloosaschools.com and
justreadflorida.com.

IVan faces felony
ChargeS in affeSt
CRESTVIEW A man
faces felon ch rgs for re-
sisting two police officers
outside of Pete Lee's Club.
Earnest Singletary, 47, of
Grimes Avenue, is charged
tvith resisting arrest with-
out violence, possession zof
marijuana and possession
of cocaine.
The officers said they
spotted Singletary and oth-
ers outside the building
early Monday with open
containers of beer. A female
agreed to pour hers out with
no argument, but Singletary
was less cooperative, ac-
cording to his arrest report.
"Youneedtogetthatlight `
out of my eyes," he said of
the officer's flashlight, ac-
cording to the report. He
said whatever he was drink-
ing was none of the officer's
business, then said later that
it was "herbal tea." .
"The one with ginseng,
you know, to get my (exple-
tive) hard," he said, accord-
ing to the report.
Singletary became ag-
gressive as the officers con-
tinued to inquire about the
cup and eventually was.,
handcuffed after a struggle.
Then an officer took the cup
and said it smelled strongly


of alcohol. A search turned
up a half-smoked marijua-
na blunt, a baggie of greeri
leafy substance and white
powder. Both tested posi-
tive for drugs, according to
the report.
A sign about 50 feet from
the scene of the incident ex-
plains it is violation of Flor-
ida law to consume alcohol
outside within 500 feet of a
licensed establishment.
Teen arrested for stealing
bail money.

Couple allegedly
trades truck for drugs
A Crest~view couple re-
ported their truck stolen,
but officers discovered they
allegedly traded the vehicle
for drugs.
According to an arrest re-
port, the husband complet-
ed a sworn affidavit stating
they were not behind on
payments and didn't loan
their truck to a friend.
A Crestview police of-
ficer found the vehicle that
was reported stolen and
initiated a traffic stop. The
driver explained he didn't
take the truck. It was given
to him by a person known
as "D," according to the re-
port.
The wife showed up un-
expectedly at the traffic stop
and said she was thankful
the police had found her
truck. The driver said the
wife had traded the truck
for drugs on April l.
After both the husband
and wife had been detained
for questioning, the wife
confessed that "D" had of-
fered her and her husband
"crack" in exchange for
using the truck. The three
made a deal, but "D" did
not return the truck at the
agreed time so the couple
reported it stolen.
The husband was arrest-
ed for making a false report
on April 2.


Florida Freedom Newspapers

Three killed in
Century wreck
Three are dead after a
wreck Friday night in Cen-
tury, according to the Flori-
da Highway Patrol.
Daniel A. Smith, 16, of
Jay, and Michael Joe Ed-
wrards, 17, of Brewton, Ala.,
were pronounced dead at
the scene of the crash. Jes-
sica L. Smith, 20, also of Jay,
was Ironounced dead later
at Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola.
They were three of four
people in a pickup truck that
failed to stop at the intersec-
tion of Jefferson Avenue and
State Road 4 at about 10:30
p.m., according to the FHP's
crash report. Edwards was
the driver
17 eremainimg passens 1
1-year-ol Jacd ate
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injuries and listed in critical
condition Saturda 7
A Ford pickup rammed
the side of Edwards' Chev-
rolet as he drove through
the intersection. The Ford's
driver, 43-year-old Holt resi-
dent William Arnett, was
not hurt. His passenger, 30
year-ol Gna Aret o
Baker, was taken to Sacred
Heart with serious injuries.
She was stable Saturday'
None of the people in ei-
ther vehicle were wearing
seatbelts, the FHP reported.

Democrats elect new
COmmittee chair
Donald Manning of
Niceville was elected chair-
man of the Okaloosa Demo-
cratic Executive Committee
on Monday.
He. replaces Toni Craig
who resigned the post one
month ago.
"We've got, of course,
a lot of work to do," said
Manning. "I feel like there's


no reason that we shouldn't
Ihave a larger constituency
in Okaloosa County."
The foundat-ion for build-
n~g- the local party should be
inclusiveness, he added.
Manning was -one of
three candidates to run for
the chainnanship.
OEDC Secretary Mar-
guerite Hartt said each con-
tender had an opportunity
to present the case for be-
coming the organization's
leader,
Th~en, it was tim to vote.
"Effective tonight we
have a new chairman," she
said. "I mean,. thank good-
ness, it's been only a month
without a chairman.

B00kmobile visit
to ay as lirary
The Okaloosa County
Board of Commissioners,
Okaloosa County Library
Cooperative (OCPLC)
and the Okaloosa County
School Board have teamed
up to encourage students to
read. OCPLC printed post-
ers with a photo of each
commissioner and "Read,"
posters were distributed in
county buildings and local
. schools and commissioners
are being scheduled to read
in local classrooms.
"The idea was to get
kids to read, in school and
at the local library. 'Read
Okaloosa' combined with
the School District's litera-
cy programs, just seemed
to be a great way to reach
kids," said Commissioner
Don Amunds, liaison for
OCPLC. Okaloosa County
School District Literacy
Specialist Gayle Faircloth
had this to say: "To have
these individuals reading in
our schools could provide
overlapping and reciprocal
benefits for all concerned
about life long learning and
achievements in life."
OCPLC has a list of


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lighter moments.
"Time spent with
W~hitney did have a down
Side," he said with a smile.
"It meant I also had to put
tip with Greg.
"She was a great player
that brought fire and in-
tensity to the game. She
tvill never be forgotten at
bavidson and Crestview.
She was a leader and I
will always appreciate the
time we had together."
Greg said Whitney, a
gifted pitcher, preferred
hot being in the circle -
but that didn't stop her
from giving her best when
the ball was in her hand.
He recalled that even
in youth leagues Whitney
was able to make the op-
position look bad.
"We came here from
Louisiana when she was
10, and she got in a city
league," he said. "Her
coach wouldn't let her
throw her change-up be-
iEause she embarrassed


the other the teams. I told
him if she didn't throw it
she would lose it.
"She was competitive
and didn't like to lose."
The ceremony was es-
Specially meaningful to the
Langley family.
"It adds to the closure,"
Greg said. "It (the pain of
losing a child) doesn't ever
go away, but for people to
remember her makes my
heart lighter.
"But nothing surprises
me."
SThe Langley' family
hasn't attended any CHS
softball games this year.
In time, Greg said they
will return to see Whit-
ney's beloved Bulldogs
play.
"We had four girls and
she was our youngest,"
he said. "All of this means
so much to us.

Share your memnories of
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Brian Mitchell
Crestview Police Chief


streets to one-way traffic in
a counter-clockwise direc-
tion beginning at the cor-
ner of M.L. King Avenue
and McClelland Street.
Cars would go south
on McClelland to Duggan
Avenue, east on Duggan
to Bay Street, up Bay to
South Wilson Street, north
on Wilson to M.L. King
Avenue, and then; back to
the beginning.
Several cross streets will
be blocked to help the flow
of traffic.
Resident Retha Mae
Coleman, addressing the
council during the public
comment period, praised
Mitchell's efforts.
Coleman said the pa-
rade is an enjoyable part of
the May Day festivities.
"I just have fun seeing
the kids with their cars
riding back and forth. As
old as I am, that's refresh-
ing to me," Coleman said.
"I enjoy some young peo-
ple coming in as long as
they're not destructive. Let
the kids have fun for one
day in a year."
Mitchell assured the
council that despite the
event's unofficial, unsane-
tioned nature, his officers
will work to keep residents
safe and traffic flowing.
"This is something we
know will happen and it's
going to happen," Mitch-
ell said. "I think you need
to be aware of it. We're
trying to protect everyone
and rnake it organized and


panies the Carver Hill May
Day festival on the last
Saturday in May. It brings
scores of young people
who drive the streets of the
neighborhood showing off
their customized vehicles.
Mitchell stressed that
the parade is not sanc-
tioned by the city.
"IIt's a spontaneous
event. It's not an official
May Day event, but it's
something we have to pre-
pare for," he said.
No city permit is issued
for the parade, which gen-
erally begins late in the
afternoon and continues
well into the night.


Mayor David Cadle said
that previous May Day car
parades have caused traf-
fic congestion, generating
complaints by residents
who were unable to get to
their homes.
"It's a gridlock, and we
don't want that to hap-


pen," Cadle said. "It's not
an organized event. It just
happens."
Chief Mitchell noted,
"It's just a big venue to
control without inconve-
niencing somebody."
The proposed route
would convert the affected


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Deputy Harold Mason,
who patrols primarily m
the north end of Okaloosa
County, was one of two
deputies from the Okaloo-
sa County Sheriff's Office
Traffic Enforcement Unit
honored this week in Talla-
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Crestview Police
Dept. crime reports
*Latoya S. Aaron, 21, of 330
E. Walnut Avie., Crestview, was
charged with criminal mischief.
2/29: Jentry Brianne Jamison,
28, of 1069 Farmer St., Crestview,
was charged wuithr obtaining food
with intent to defraud, less than
$3010.
3/11: Robert Alexander Nino,
19, of Cape Coral, Fla., was


of 107 Mercie Lane, Crestview,
was charged with driving under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
*Shuerry Wilson Lewc\is, 44 of 632
Rioj Ranche~ro? Road, ~DeF~unia
Springs, wans charged with driv-
ing~ ulder the influence of alcohol
or d ~rue Jacklyn Anti Mitcham,
21, ofE 213~3 KFnox West #4ii, Porter,
Texas was charged with battery/l
dom: esticJ a CailKnighton, 23,
of 10 G eb's St 30,Toi ~
license suspended or revoked,
first offense. Mark A. Stedge,
46, of 374 N. Lloyd St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, first
offense.
3/16: Miguel Angel Hernan-
dez-Atilano, 21, of 2400 E. Chest-
nut Ave., Crestview, was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license:` Sylves-
ter A. Warren, 22, of 107 Johnson
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with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
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low Lane, Crestview, was issued
a notice to appear on a charge of
retail theft.
3/20: Kelvin Dwayne White, 22,
of 467 South Savage St., Crestview,
was charged with petit theft and
theft of items with a property val-
ue costing more than $300 and less
than $54,000. Paula Annette Da-
vidson, 48, of 2370 Johnson Road,
Baker, was charged with attempt-
ing to obtain controlled substance
by fraud. D~onald R. Copeland,
26, of 108 Fourth~ Ave., Crestview,
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Mason was among near
ly 300 law enforcement of-
ficers, volunteers, and pros-
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state invited to the event so
MADD could aclamowledge
their ongoing efforts to st-op
cdrunk driving.
Amy Jamie~son of the
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dance.
MADD) says there wrere
more tha 1-thocusand
alcohol-relatedd mnjries in
Florida in 2006 alone. An-
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Adeana Reeves brought winning mentality to the Hoboes

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


eana Reeves is the epit-
ome of what a coach
looks for in a softball .,
player at Laurel Hill.
"She's pitched, played third,
short and first for us," Hobo
coach Scott Varnum said. "She's .
just a real versatile player that
can play just about anywhere.
"She's been a real good leader .
in the dugout and on the field
throughout last season and this
season." )' :~;b
Reeves arrived at Laurel Hill :*;. .
from Navarre in the fall of 2006 ~B~~~~':-lra- l
and quickly became a key mem- ..
ber of a young team trying to
maintain its winning ways. I
"She came from a winning pro-
gram at Navarre," Varnum said.
"Coming here she had a taste of
winning, and she knew what it: ,'
was about..
"She came in and fit in real I BIabL
well with our team and gets .,
along with everybody. She's . ----- .
meshed real well, like she's been : .T~~ .. ..
here all her life. I think she's just .-
a country girl at heart" . c":~~
Reeves loves the small-school ..
atmosphere and leaves little : .
doubt that she prefers being at
Class 1A Laurel Hill. Navarre has
a student body almost 10 times
as large.
"I think it's a lot more fun be~
ing at a smaller school," she said. Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Adeana Reeves hits a line drive during a Hobo game earlier this
See PERFECT B3 season. -




Gator boys track team savors district title


We are always looking for sports information and news
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor I-I<>1 Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd~nwfdailynews.com vane c s ._n


Baseball
South Walton at Laurel Hill,
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Crestview,
Thursday, 6 p.m. (V)

Central at Baker, Friday
at 6 p.m. (V)

Softball
District 1-A finals at Laurel
Hill, teams TBD, Thursday,
6:30 p.m.

District 1-2A finals at Baker,
Thursday, teams TBD,
Thursday, 6 p.m.

District 1-5A semifinals at
Escambia, teams TBA,
Thursday, 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

District 1-5A finals at
Escambia, teams TBA,
Friday, 7 p.m.

ITack and field
Crestview at District 2-3A


Baker at Region 1-A meet,
Friday, at Tallahassee Maclay.

M.S. baseball
Ruckel at Davidson, today,
3 p.m.

Lewis at Richbourg, today,
3 p.m.

M.S. softball
Ruckel at Davidson, today,
3 p.m.

Lewis at Richbourg, today,
3 p.m.

19.S. tennis
Lewis at Richbourg,
SThursday, 3 p.m.

-Davidson a St. Mary's
Thursday, 3 p.m.

SM.S. track
Davidson, Liza Jackson at
Richbourg, today.

M.S. golf
Richbor at P yr
Thursday 3 p. ryr,

Ruckel at Davidson,
Tuesday, 4 p.m.

CHS track
Crestview's track and
field team will be com-
peting in the District.
2-3A track meet today at
Mosley. Fort Walton Beach
and Choctawhatchee are
Also schedule to take part
in the meet that starts at
noon.
The top four finish-
esv crm ea e ent wil
1-3A meet at Chiles High
School in Tallahassee on
April 24.

Martial Arts fest
The second annual
Korean Martial Arts Festival
is set for April 18-20 in
Crestview.
Grand Masters KS
Hwang and Timmerman will
be hosting the event.
For more information go
to www.SouthEastMa.com
or gordonmartialarts.com.

BAYA activities
Baseball/Softball sign-
ups for area youth age 13-
18 is currently being held
at BAYA until April 30. You
can sign up online at
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park Monday-Friday 5-8

callBBAYA at 53704549.
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I've been blessed that the "Big
C" hasn't claimed any of my fam-
ily members, but it has taken sev-
eral people that remain dear to my
heart
When I think of Phyllis Lotito,
Tony Connors or Mike Walker a
tear comes to my eye.
Phyllis worked with single
adults at the church I attended
in Knoxville. Along with her
husband, Jim, they were second
parents to many of us as they
opened their hearts and home to
our group. Their home was simply
known as "Club Lotito," and was
a place of laughter and love.

See RELAY B3


than starting quarterback you still
can participate and make a dif-
ference. If you run the 100 in 10 :
seconds or 10 minutes, it doesn't
matter. You'll still be a relay hero.
The cancer statistics can be
staggering. In 2006 there were 1.4
million new cases of cancer and
565,000 deaths attributed to the
disease in the United States.
Cancer is the second-leading
cause of death in the country be-
hind heart disease.
The good news is 2006 marked
the first decline in cancer-related
deaths since 1930.
I'd1 dare say every adult reading
this column has lost someone they
know to cancer.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

There have been some pretty
good track relay teams to come out
of this part of the county.
Back in the 1970s Baker's 880
relay team, led by Houston and
George McTear, won a state title.
Yet no track relay'event is as
important as the one that will take
place Friday and Saturday at Old
Spanish Trail Park.
Yes, it's time for'the 2008 Arneri-
Cdan Cancer Society Relay for Life.
The relay starts at 6 p.m. Friday
and ends at noon Saturday.
The good news is, if you're
more of an armchair qarterback


Nick Tomecek / Flori~da
Freedom Newspap~ers
Crestview's Jordan Smith
(right) is safe at home
against Fort Walton Beach's
William Fowler on Friday.
BASEBALL;
Crestview 10, FWB 8,
nine innings:
Cory Welirich hit a two-run
homer with two outs in the top
of the ninth to give Crestviewv
a 10-8 win over Fort Walton
Beach in District 1-5A play on,
Friday.
The win, coupled with
Niceville's 1-0 victory over
Pace, gives the Bulldogs (18-5,
10-4 district) the regular season
district title and the No. 1 se~ed
in the upcoming district tourna~-

meWith two outs in the ninth,
Augie Willis kept the inning alive
by sending a line drive up the
middle. Wenrich then stepped
up and blasted an 0-2 :: :t:
over the fence for the game-
winning runs.
"It was a high fastball,"
Wenrich said. "I was trying to
win the game right there aind
drive Augie in."
Crestview coach Tim Giliis
tried to downplay clinching the
top seed.
Il'm proud of these kids
whatever seed we are," he
said. "The bottom line is we still
have a lot of work to do in the
tournament, and this is a long
way from being over."
In the early going it seemed
as if the game might be over
early for the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs rallied for two
runs in the fifth with two outs,
then took advantage of two
Viking errors in the sixth to take
an 8-7 lead. Danny Arnette's
three-run triple to score Bell,
Josh Edwards and Trevor
Carnahan was the big shot of
the inning.

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Baker 19, Laurel Hill 6:
The numbers didn't lie as
Baker traveled to Laurel Hill in
a nor -district baseball game
Mnay nig t.
The Ga'tors drew eight
walks, had six batters reach
on errors and connected on
nine hits off of four different
Hobo pitchers,
When the dust settled
Baker also had a 19-6 win
in the five-inning game that
lasted more than two-and-half
hours.

three eunsai b th istr ad
second innings, five in the third
and eight in the fourth. And
they scored just about every
way imaginable, from racing
home on widpthe (our

two-run homer in the fourth.
"We needed something like
this," Gator coach Gany Taylor
said. "Scoring 19 runs, it's nice
to be on the other side of it for
a change.
"The kids played hard and
stayed back and watched the
ball and made sorne good

de r Bteock and Jon
Lyons each had two hits for
the Hoboes, who added two
runs in the fourth and one in
the fifth.
Hobo coach Ronnie Smith
did try to find a bright side of
the loss.
"Our offense has picked up
a little," he said. "We scored
six and in the first three innings
and we left seven (runners)
stan edt enn stitching, and
too many errors (six). That's
just not good baseball."
Baker 335 80 19 9 3
LH 030 21 6 7 6
W- Ben Wood. L-Jon Lyons


Scott said. "We've tried so hard this
season at all the practices and in the
meets to try and lower our times as
much as we could, and I hope that
we've pushed ourselves hard enough
to win it."
Baker is taking 21 total athletes
from the boys and girls teams to the
region meet. .
Oglesby believes as many as 14
could perform well enough to qualify
for state.
Dustin Harlan and Cameron Do-
mangue qualified for the region track
meet, instead will be competing in
the state weightlifting meet. Oglesby
understands and supports their de-
cision to go to the state weightlifting
competition, but wishes the FHSAA
schedule didn't force multiple-sport
athletes to make such a decision,
Oglesby thinks Maclay will be, the
toughest team7 at the region, citing its
strength in the middle distances.
"We have the people to do well. if
they go and run well," Oglesby said.
"Even looking at the girls, we still
qualilified six girls.
S"Thet more you qualify for region~-
als the better chance you of doing
well."


"Our next goal now is to win the
regional championship. Will that
h~app~en this year? I don't know, but
you don't need a lot of points to win
region." '
Depth was key for Baker at the dis-
trict meet.
"Our 4xu800 won first place, and
Dustin Harlan won first place in the
shot, but because it is a team sport
coaches kind of have strategies,"
Oglesby said. "You build your team
around trying to get second, third
and fourth places and all the way
to eighth place -- to get points.
"Our 4x800 team in boys hasn't
been defeated in district all year, and
so far they have the best time in the
region. So we have a good chance of
winning region in the 4x800. I was
pleased with our kids in the 800. We
didn't win it but we took second,
third and fifth."
The members of the 4x800 relay
team are Jolm Scott, Chad Lawhon,
Sam Langley and Russell Scott. They,
are hoping for another sorong sh~ow-
ing at the region~ so they can Isturn
to state and try and improve on last
year's ninth-place finih~.
"We're hoping to win it," Russell


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Once the most feared
track and field team in Northwest
Florida, Baker again is making noise
on the asphalt oval.
The Gator boys ran, jumped and
threw their way to an undefeated
regular season against District 1-1A
competition. Things were no different
at last week's district championships
at Jay. Baker claimed its first district
title in more than 25 years. The Gators
edged the host Royals 193.5 to 172.5.
Baker's girls finished in fifth place
with 78 points.
Now the Gators are setting their
sights on the Region 1-1A title on Fri-
day at Maclay in Tallahassee.
To say the track program has been
reignited under coach David Oglesby
would be an understatement,
The Gators have the largest proP-
gram in the county with more than
100 athletes competing.
"When you have (ibe numbers)
you have the ability to accomplish
somnething," Oglesby said. "Our goal
was to win the district championshipp,
and we did it.


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~Instead of just being at
I big high school you
get the support of all the
y)oulnger~ ones."
Third base is Reeves'
w:~iorite position.
:~"You never know
w~ihat's going to h-ap-
:en it's the hot the
-iorner," she said.
_"You never know if you
-are going to get a hot line
::rivie or a little ground
liall. .
S"Everything is unex-
lb~ected at third base."
I At the plate is where
Reeves is at her best. She
-considers her hitting to be
her greatest strength. Var-
ikurnn agrees.
S"Her hitting has been
*a real asset to our team,"
h~e said. "She hits in the
oXur hole for us and she
usually cleans it up pretty
well.
"I"'m real confident
=f we can get somebody
:on that she's either go-
ing to get a hit and move
ihem." -
SAbout the only thing


that has slowed Reeves
has been a series of nag-
ging injuries.
As a junior she was
sidelined with a broken
finger. This year she's
fought a troublesome
qluad pull.
The way Reeves dealt
with the injuries showed
Varnum another side to
his senior star.
"She's been real
tough through it all," he
said. "That first game at
Port St.. Joe she was in
tears, but sh'e wouldn't
leave that (pitching) rub-
ber. That's what she's all
about.
"She has real good
parents and a good
family background. She
has really been a big as-
set to our team. I'm privi-
leged to coach a kid like
that."

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Phyllis died more than
10 years ago, but I will for-
ever treasurec the joy and
wrarnith she so willingly
grave to others.
Tony was th~e singles
pastor at that same church.
Just a few years older than
me, he was the first min-
ister I considered a friend.
He had a quick wit and a
bumaing desire to minister
to those in his care.
Tony died about this
time three years ago. I
regret I didn't get back to
Tennessee to tell him good-
bye before he died.
It has been almost 25
years since Mike Walker
died, and I can still hear
him shouting to me.
"Wild Man Walker "
as he was often called,
was the defensive line
and linebackers coach at
Gulf Breeze when I was in
school. I was fortunate to
play for him for two years
and become one of his
boys.
SCoach Walker had that
magical way of making


all of his players feel like
superstars. I honestly don't
think it mattered to h-im
h-ow much talent a kid had.
Coach Walker was more
concerned about the size of
the heart.
I find myself thinking
about coach Walker a little
more this time of year with
spring football just around
the corner. Coach loved
spring football and the
opportunity those weeks
allowed him to coach us up
without the pressure of a
game on Friday.
Phyllis was in her mid_
to-late 50s when she died.
Tony was 51. Coach Walker
somewhere in his mid-30s.
Each had a different kind of
cancer, but they all shared a
zest for life that was bigger
than the disease.
I'Illbe joining members -
of the News Bulletin staff
at the Relay on Friday. As
I walk, I'llbe thinking of
Phyllis, Tony and the Wild
Man.
I know they'll be with
me every step of the way.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice volunteers. From left, front row: Tony Hill, Rose Wilson, Doloris Russell, Natiala Wooledge,
Virginia Staley and Donna Chapman. Second row: Iris Wells, Beth Youngblood, inez Millines, Margaret Young,
Lorriane Steinberg, Jeannette Dennis, Edie Michalik Third row: Lee Wooledge, Mary Bayer, Carol Adkins, Bonnie
Phillips, Melissa Smith, Bob Bayer, Karl Eschmann, Emily Cassity and Betty Thigpen.



Covenant Hospiceb thanks volunteers


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Covenant Hospice took time
Saturday evening to thank its vol-
unteers with an appreciation ban-
quet at Ryan's Steak House.
"Volunteers at Covenant Hos-
pice play an important role in the
care of patients," said Sally Rob~
bins, the organization's develop-
ment and public relations man-
ager,
Volunteers received certificates
of appreciation from Covenant's
director Pat Dingess.
Volunteers serve in northern
Okaloosa and northern Walton
counties. For more information
about volunteering for Covenant
Hospice, call 682-3628.


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Special to the News Bulletin

Home Instead Senior
Care, a local company
serving Okaloosa and
Walton Counties, has
joined AARP's National
Employer Team (NET) -
a network of employers
who value the experience
and skills of the 50-and-
older worker, according to
AARP. '
The NET program con-
nects 50-and-older work-
ers with employment
opportunities. The list of
companies now includes
Home Instead Senior Care
tn Fort Walton Beach, a

cal caregiving company
with more than 760 offices
worldwide including the
local franchise.
To join this elite team,
employers must undertake
a detailed application pro-
cess to demonstrate interest
in hiring mature workers.
AARP's Web site (www.
aarp?.org/employerteam)
provides information on
the employers and the po-
sitions they have posted on
their websites, along with
links to each employer's
AARP career page.


~Special to the News Bulletin
Pat Dingess, director of Covenant Hospice's Crestview branch (standing'
far right), hands out certificates of appreciation ~to volunteers'


Two training seminars spon-
sored by the NWF Daily News
on Search Marketing will be held
Thu a :30 a.m. presentation
is at the Santa Rosa Mall Food
court (breakfast provided) in
Mary Esther. The second one is
at 5:30 p.i ata eascapu Re ort in

Sign up at www.nwfdaily-
news.com or call Stephanie at
(850) 315-4334. Attendees who
attend one of the seminars will
receive $250 mn free online or
print advertising if they place a
new order.

Nominate the
IRetailer of the Year
The Florida Retail Federation
is accepting nominations for the
2008 Florida Retailer of the Year
Award for Leadership through

This prestigious award recog-
neizes outstanding retailers who
have demonstrated a blend of
sound business practices with
commitment to their communi-
ties, customers and employees.
Nominations can be made online
art FRF's Web site, www.frf.org.
Click on the "Retailer of the Year
Award for Leadership" logo.
.Nominators and nominees do
not have to be members of FRF to
participate.
For details, contact Brenda
Grindstaff, FRF awards coor-
dinator, at 1-888-357-3824 or
FRFAwards~frf.org.

Shelter House now
on Main Street
The offices for Shelter House
blave relocated to 188 North
Main Street in Crestview. The
organization serves survivors of
domestic violence in Okaloosa
and Walton Counties.

National Small
Business Week Web
Site launCh
The U.S. Small Business Ad-
ministration will be streaming
1 iv cn ln duinApril 2125
Policy forums on interna-
ti~onal trade, health care, and
energy will feature prominent
business leaders, academics
and political figures such as
former House Speaker Newt
Gingrich; U.S. Trade Repre-
sentative Susan Schwab; Mi-
chael O. Leavitt, Secretary of
Health and Human Services;
John Hope Bryant of Operation
Hope. President George W.
Bush is expected to be part of
the celebration.


Visit www.nationalsmall-
businessweek.com. for details on
the activities scheduled through-
out the week.

North Okaloosa ~.
Veterans Career
Expo set for June
JobsPlus is hosting a job fair
with~ employment seminars and
veterans benefit information
Wednesday, June 4 at the Crest-
view Community Center, 1446
Commerce Drive, Crestview.
The seminar lasts from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call JobsPlus Veteran Servic-

e h 8og Fia t 6 9-M823
833- 8 ar aids and services
are available~ upon request to in-
clividuals wit disability es. SThe

vices is using TTY/TDD equip-
ment vial the Florida Relay Sys-
tem at 711.

U.S. Marine Corps
joins BBB Military
Lin0 program
The Council of Better Busi-
ness Bureaus signed a Memoran-
dum of Understanding with the
U.S. Marine Corps at a March ?4
ceremony in Washington, D.C. to
formally establish BBB Marine
Corps Line -part of the greater
BBB Military Line program. The
BBB Marine Corps Line is de-
signed to serve the specialized
consumer needs of Marine Corps
personnel and their families.
BBB Marine Corps Line will
bring the full resources of BBB
to the Marine Corps consumer,
no matter where that person is
located, through a dedicated
Web site and targeted education
efforts.
The BBB Marine Corps Line
Web site canl be found at www.
beb r/lu maror aiseahlohk from
at www.6bb.org/military.

TWO new members

join CDM board
Cass Data & Mailing Services
of Fort Walton Beach has added
two new members to its Board of
Directors. Ed Fain of Atlanta and
Bill Harris of Fort Walton Beach
were recently elected to serve on
the board. Members also include
President Janet Rappanzini,
Treasurer Lee Maddan, Secretary
James Moore and Directors Gor-
donl Towne and Steve Banks.
CDM is committed to prepa-
ration of mail for automated pro-
cessing.


leadership and management,
and seven are best-sellers.
The committee is open to
anoeo daie e2lto i41 who is in-
For further information,
contact the chamber office or
visit their Web site at www.
crestviewc1 mboer. comn. no-

fering leadership and profes-
sional development, education
and networking opportunities
to those working in the Crest-
view area. It will also provide
members with ways in which
they can help strengthen the
community by participating in
civic and philanthropic activi-
ties.

Stokes becomes
TaStefully Simple
COnSUltant
Betty Stokes of Laurel Hill
has become an independent con-
sultant with Tastefully Simple,
Inc., a national direct-sales com~
pany featuring easy-to-prepare
gourmet products,
Stokes offers the company's
gourmet foods and beverages to
guests at home taste-testing par-
ties. Guests receive samples, easy
meal ideas, recipes and sermng
suggestions. .
Fore more information about
Tastefully Simple products, taste-
testing parties or the business
opportunity, contact Betty Stokes
at 652-2864.

OWC Career and Job
Fair is set for today
The Career Resource Center
at Okaloosa-Walton College is
hosting an area-wide Career and
Job Fair on Wednesday, April l6
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the
gymnasium on the Niceville
Campus.
Representatives from numer-
ous employers will be on site to
acceit resumpise antall ao"!
mer employment opportunities
with their companies. The fair
will focus on diverse industries

mua aeent ,ss ee, publ safe y
hospitality, banking, contracting,
as well as many others. For more
information on the Career and
Job Fair contact the OWC Career
Resource Center at 729-5227.

Search marketing
Seminar is Thursday
Learn to drive more people
to your store and Web site, use
Yahoo, Google and other search
engines, and reach new local cus-
tomers.


Counterfeit bills
ci cu a i
The Better Business Bureau

aga cirecoltn ie e rtshwa t
Florida. Criminals are wash '
ing or bleaching five-dollar
bills and reprinting them with
$100 bills because many of the
seurity matures aremsimiar lon
cal banks and merchants have
reported receiving the counter
feit $100 bills.
esneg 0 cutret detect r
bills as counterfeit because the
paper is legitimate. However,
td ec .fhe u 1 d ar es to
to the light you can see the wa-
termark of Lincoln instead of
Franklin on the washed bills.
maountsefe tng hn s bdeemthe
has been making changes in
currency. Originally, there
were no plans to redesign the
$5 bill, which received a new
design in 2000. However, cori
artists have forced the hands of
the treasury. The $100 bill was
updated in 1996, followed by
the $20 bill in 2003, the $50 in
2004, the $10 in 2006 and now
the $5 bill again this March,
The $100 bill will be the next
denomination to be redesigned
.for security reasons.
The new $5 bill, released
three weeks ago, has many
new security features to reduce
the risk of being counterfeited.
There is a large purple five that
stands alone on back right side.
There is also a large column of
"05"s to the left of Lincoln's
portrait. .
If you have questions about
the counterfeit bills or would
like more information on the
changes made to the new $5
bills, visit www.federalreserve.
gov or start with bbb.org.

Young professionals
meeting recap
The first meeting of the Pro-
fessionals and Inspired Leaders
of Tomorrow (PILOT)Themm i

Olive in Crestview. The com-
mittee is in conjunction with
the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce.
Featured speaker Dr. Da-
vid Goetsch was scheduled to
discuss leadership and share
his personal experience and in-
sights as a community leader.
Goetsch is the Vice President
of Okaloosa-Walton College
and facilitates the Leadership
Okaloosa program. He has au-
thored more than 50 books on


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in Crestview

The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce, in
the interest of furthering business and professional
development for members, has arranged to co-sponsor
a 12-week Dale Carnegie Leadership and Human
Relations Course in our area.
At this preview workshop a representative of Dale
Carnegie Training will discuss ways to deal with the
new business reality "Managing in Tough Times" for
business owners, managers and executives.
Wayne Harris, executive director of the Chainber,
says, "We sincerely hope you will leave this meeting
with some excellent new ideas on how to improve the
caliber of your personnel and how to create a mor~e
powerful business organization."
You're invited to attend the workshop, which will take
place today from 8-10 a.m. at the Crestview Chamber of
Commerce, located at 502 S. Main Street.
A complimentary continental breakfast will be served.
Please bring any interested friends and associates with
you, as long as they are business owners, managers or
executives. Cost for this workshop is $15 per person. For
reservations, which are necessary as space is limited,
please call the Chamber at 682-3212.



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"We have always val-
ued the mature worker
and are thrilled to be a
part of this program," said
Todd Harrell, owner of the
Fort Walton Beach Home
Instead Senior Care office.
"We are proud to be an em-
ployer that recognizes the
many contributions ma-
ture workers bring to the
workfor e, not onIy in u

out the world."
Home Instead Senior:
Care strives to help keep
seniors independent. The
company's non-medical
services include compan-
ionship, meal preparation,
medication reminders,
light housekeeping and es-
cort for errands-and shop-
pmrg. More than 50,000
Home Instead CAREGiv-
ers are screened, trained,
bonded, insured and have
successfully passed thor-
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NOTICE OF ACTION
WITNESS my hand and IN THE CIRCUIT
the seal of t is Court on COURT OF THE.FIRST TO: LESHAWN HALE
this 3 day of April, 2008 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN LAST KNOWN AD-
AND FOR DRESS: 412 WOOD-
DON W HOWARD OKALOOSA LAND PARK CIRCLE
Clerk of the Court COUNTY FLORIDA MARY ESTHER, FL
By: Viki Jackson CNIVILCjlON CAISE 32569
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shudcontact' Court Ad- DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ministration at 101 James KIRK BERGERON, et,al, ANT(S) WHO ARE
Lee Blvd. East, Crestview Defendant(s) NOT` NOWN TO BE
Ft_32536-3515 ; tale- DEAD OR ALIVE,
one number NOTICE OF FORECLO- WHETHER SAID UN-
50-d6~89-5000, Exten- SURE SALE KNOWN PARTIES
sion 7497, prior to the MAY CLAIM AN IN-
proeedina. or Shalimar NOTICE IS HEREBY TEREST AS SPOUSE,
5061497 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- HEIRS DVSE
nal Judgment of Mort GR~ildTEES, 016S~S
aaa Foredlosure dated OTHER CLIMANTS
IMPORTANT Idi 09,2008 and en- LAST KNOWN AD-
In accordance with the Ieed mn Case No. DRESS: UNKNOWN
Americans with Disabili 2006-CA-4453-S of the CURRENT ADDRESS:
teAcpersons with dis- Circuit Court of the FIRST UNKNOWN
ablities needing special Judicial Circuit in and for
accommodation to partic OKALOOSA County. YOU ARE NOTIFIED than
ipate iin this proceeding Floritla wherein WELLEE an action to foreclose a
shudcontact Court Ad FARGO BANK, NA, is mortgage on the follow-
ministration at 1250 N the Plaintiff and KIRK ing propertyy in
E ilin Parkway, Shalimar, BERGERON- BRENDA O AO S Conty
F 32579; tele bone W. BERGE ON MORT. Floidia:,. Ony
number 850-651- 497, GAGE ELECTRONIC LOT 28, LC
prior to the proceeding. REGISTRATION SYS- WOODLAND PCARI
TEMS INCORPORATED ESTATES ACCORD-
04 /160 AS NOMINEE FOR SE. ING Td THE PLAT
04/2308 LECT PORTFOLIO SERV- THEREOF AS RE-
ICING INCORPORATED; CORDED IN PA
Legal #100364 EMERALD LAKES PROP- BOOK 10H AE
NOTICE OF SALE AINOWINCS Ar Oh COORFT E UOF
Defendants, I will sell to O KA LO O SA
In accordance with Flor- the hi hest adbtbd COUNTY, FLORIDA
ida statues 713.585, let der for caolbsh t IN a ee ld gi
it be known that L'eavins FRONT OF CLERK'S you and you're required
Automotive, Inc. located FRONT DOOR OF to serve a copy of your
in Crestview Florida in SHALIMAR ANNEX AT written defenses, ifa
Okaloosa county gives 11:00AM, on the 12th on or before M~ay
notice to: da~~ of Ivay. 2008, the 2008, on Florida Df
fooigdes;cribed prop. Law Group, P.L,
Joshua and Elizabeth erty as set forth in said Plaintiff's attorney, whose
Lafata, C7r BtvieAd~disTC FinalJudgment: addre~saki 9D1rveC r to
325'6, that their vehicle LOT 4, BLOCK D, EM- 300 To ,Florida
located at 496 S. Main ERALD; LAKES PHASE 33694 a~n fle the origi-
Sftret wil b sold at p3b: kII CCORDING TO nal ~with tisn Court either
lic auction on April 23 F LAT THEREOF before service on
2008 at 9:30 a.m. Leav- AS RECORDED IN Plaintiff's attorney or im-
ins Automotive, Inc. PLAT BOOK 1 mediately there ter; oth-
PAES25 AND 26 erwise default will be
04/1 6/08 O~F TI PUBLIC REs entered against you for
Le al # 120019 ORDS OF the relief demanded in
9 ~~OKALOOSA the Complaint or eition
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDA. This notice shall epb
COUR OF HE FRSTIshed once each week
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN A/K/A 299 o tw coeutv
'N O TEQUIESTA DRIVE, weeks in .the Cresivew
OKA OSRA DESTIN, FL 32541 News Bdulleti .h WTNeSoS
COUCNMY NLOORIDA Ayprocliiga hsCourt on this 3 day
08DR1439CDIVSION interestheinatlt ifuraplus of April, 2008.

AOMANTHA ANDER- rthan Doftth er n f/da
Peiinr the Lis Pendens must file : Viki Jackson
Petitoner'within sixty(60) days atf- Deputy Clerk
and ter the sale. Flrd Deat Lw

JASON D'WAYNE AN- ad h s~ealMofthisHC~o t 251. T~ampaO Florid
DRSOdNetoAri 10, 2008. 33622-5018
Rspon n. oDoneil Howvard
NOTICE OF ACTION Clerk of the Circuit Court IMPORTANT
FOR DISSOLUTION By: Kathryn Davis mnar ordance ieh a 1-
OF MARRIAGE Foda Dalt Lwties Act, persons with dis-
~Rn'(Nme f Rsnnd-Group P.L. P.O. Box abilities needing special
TO:(Nam of R Yesod 250 4 To pao, Florida accommodation to partic-
ent JAON 'WANE33622-5018 late in this proceeding
ANDERSON studcontact. Court Ac
(dResodnts las knownr~ ; IMPORTANT ministration at 101 James
address'~ (C~~ity tt ip)~ In accordance with the Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
ADD RE S NNOTIIENt Americans with Disabili- view FL, 32536-3515;
YOU AREio NOTFIE thatfl ties Act, persons with dis- tele hone number
an acions yp nhas bee fle abilities needing special (85 )689-Y5000, Exten-
agans ypqu and tha youv accommodation to partic- s o747, pnor tothe
re rse 5dtoeed contnc Cut nd 8 4 r7 Sh OR
ifany ao i020E rt

thaeclk of this9Courto a t 85)6 1-59 traonat1 N
dress)Oaloosa oun- ie olvr at rsn accordance with the F,359 eehn
C:~ourathouA~ese0n,~ 101 L A2331 t i abl nmberia wt (850)651- 9
v sFLI Ce32ier L b/ea90n -ub ties tc er sns with dis- pirt h rceig
seric on Ptionr beore 50,Et abilities neeengospa 04/09/200
immed aiily heeaker i pt Cth to fe bcomdtn 04/16/2008
fault~~cntct mayr bee- 5 Lgl#10
theered agahst yourta OVV ministration at 125 .
for herelef de- E i Pa y hlmr OIEgi OFrw ShALEm
Jman eed inv the pti- Fu'cn wt iabl-nmber (8 0)651 4T7e
tion. FL 23,bfr isAt esn ihds rior to the proceedin 'I corac it lr
Copies ofall courtdocu- P 9edn seidsausKesf
ment fink thi cse, including 2008 Storagen ,locat at 10
athe culei of the Circuit' vie, Floid wilofe o
Court's ofice Yo maY stao Le al #100341 Lsale o hehihet ide
rcneview thee douents the househol and other
t onreet. NTCOFAP ICA aoodsstoed winthe beo-
munst kee thi ae, iClerk TINFRTA ED owa listed unt. Said
~gh~rdc~~,, vaioba 4/la 20f


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2008


ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
la6,h thre op~e~r de.
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex
Shalimar, Florida a)
10:00 a.m, on Tuesday
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B:Daniel Luke, Deputy

0 /608



Legal # 100348
NTC F APPLICA
TNO CFEOROTAX DEED "


nm which the ~r
amh is assessed an r hP
dre cr ption of the prop
e/is as follows
e rtificate # 400 of
2005 Assessed to: John
M Thomas
Descri tion: Stonebrid e
Phl @ Kelly PnnLt5k
HH
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-1 443-00HH.
P~2 1 171 .3on3 in
II f said proet bein
in the 'Cut 09
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex
Shalimar Florida a)
10:00 om. On Tuesday,
May 13, 2008
Dated this .2nd da ~of
A ril 2008


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Okaloosa County
urthouse Anne,
alimar, Florida at
:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
ly 13, 2008.
ted this 2nd day of
ril 2008.
,N W. HOWARD
ERK OF COURTS
Daniel Luke,
puty Clerk

2308
/3 /08 .
gal # 100361
IN THE CIRCUIT
OURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
:OUNTY FLORIDA
VIL DIVISION CASE
NO. 08-CA-333
VIS A. RUSSELL,
intiff


Unless the certificate is Notice is hereby given
redeemed according to that Venus 1 LIC as
law the Droperl de- holder of the following
sc Gbed in /he cerfificate certificate, has filed sa3
will be sold to the highest certificate for a Tax Deed
bidder at thle front door to be issued thereon. The
of the Clerk's Office at certificate number and
the Okaloosa County year al issuance, the
Courthouse Annex, name mn which the prop
Shalimar, Florida at erty is assessed and the
10:00 a.m. On Tuesday, description of the prop-
May 13, 2008. erhy is as fo~lrlws:
Cert~ificate # 1629 of
Dated this 2nd day of 2005 Assessed to:
April 2008. Charles M & Hilda
Zeitner -
DON W. HOWARD Description: Partin Brooks
CLERK OF COURTS S/D Lot 10 Bik 5
B :Dniel Luke, Deputy Parcel ID#:
Cerk35-1 5-24-1980-0005.
0100 Opening Bid.
04 0908 $5,677.31
04 1608 All of said property bein
04 2308 in the Co6unf o
04 3008 Okaloosa, State ~fFlor
ida.
Legal # 100352
Unless the certificate is
NOTICE OF APPLICA- redeemed according to
TION FORTAX DEED law, the proper /de-
scribed in bhe ce fiicate
will be sold to the highest
Notice is hereby given bidder at the front door
that Venus 1 LLC as of the Clerk's Office at
holder of the following the Okaloosa County
certificate, has filed said Courthouse Annex,
certificate for a Tax Deed shalimar, Florida at
to be issued thereon. The 10:00 a.m, on Tuesday,
certificate number and May 13, 2008.
year of issuance, the
name mn which the po Dated this 2nd day of
erty is assessed and h April 2008
description of the prop
erty is as follows: DON W. HOWARD
Certificate # 1028 of CLERK OFCOURTS
2005 Assessed to: Jake E By;Daniel luke
& ulira Pillip~rstv N Dputy Clerk
25 ft of Lot 5 Blk 9 0 /908
Parcel ID#: 0 ~~08
17-3N\-23-2490-0009- 04L 08
0592A O41pening Bid: 030 08
IIof said properf beinR Legal # 100356
in the 'Coun of
Okaloosa, State of Flor. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
ida.' TION FOR TAX DEED


Legal # 100349
NOTICE OF APPLICA
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby iven
that Saturn 1 LL ,.s
holder of the follow~ine
certificate, has filed said
certificate' for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop
C,,ertifica;;te #78 of
2005 Assessed to: Adam
& Seth Robinson.
Description: A A Howell
S/D Lots 10 & 11 Bik 2
Parcel ID#:
12-15-23-1230-0002-01
00 Opening Bid:
$4,372.02
All of sad prope beinq
Okaloosa, State af Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front -door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.

Dtd20t0{ 2ncl day of

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B :Daniel Luke, Deputy

04 608
04 08


Legal # 100350
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is~ herebly given
that Pto1 LC, as
holder of the follow n
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. Te
certificate number ad
year ol issuancehe
nan smas ehdchthe dr p
description of the prop-
Ciit iate 800 of
2NOP5eAss sse dto: David
Decito:Valpoaraiso
Paclato1Bk ID#.
ln S3-23-253D-0013-01
F 24.99pening Bid:
IIf said property bein 9
in the Cou o
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.


NOTICE OF ACTIOP of the Circuit Courts or
fice notified of ~ur cur- No
O JOHKNNOUN AD- fietNc of CurrentmHA thbo
DRESS: 1328 ELECTRIC dress, Florida Su em er
AVENUE #C VENICE. Court Approved a~mily cer
CA 90291 Law Form 12.915a)wfu- to
CURRENT ADDRESS: il bmilnd to sile o- ce'
UNKNOWN dress on record at the a~
clerk's office. r
ANY AND ALL UN- WARNING: Rule des
KNOWN PARTIES 12.285 Florida Family rt)
CLOUHAIMI 6NG ~BY Law Ru es of Procedure, Ce
THROGH UDER equres certain, auto- 201
AND AGIS H mtcdisclosure of docu- E P
HEREIN NAMED IN- ments and information. DeI


WHETHER SAID: UN- 4
KNOWN PARTIES DON W HOWARD 1
MAY CLAIM AN IN- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT in
TE REST AS SPOUSE, COURT Ok
HEIRS DEVISEES By: Kitty Sims ida
GRAl TEES, O Deputy Clerk
OTHER CLAIMANTS 0 08Unl
04/09/008 rd
LA`ST KNOWN AD- 0 /62008 ea
DRESS: UNKNOWN 042 2008 sc i
CURRENT ADDRESS: 0 ~32008 will
UNKNOWN Legal #120021 bid
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that NOTICE OF AUCTION the

an daation to oeclse t C


LOTS BOCK 4Crestview, FLt will offer Da'


5 4BDVISO O F chlo li tod unt.
CODNBLOCK 13TO AC- ecover the rents not paid
COARPDNGOR T E by the tenants. O
THEREOF AS RE- Advance Stoare e 0 ~
CORDED IN PLAT ag0
BOLKC 216EPOA 5 11 JoyceGodwin 0 :
OKALOOSAuntG
COUNTY, FLORIDA )q;ed Le'
has been filed against uiG4
ouv and you are re uired Ct
serve crop o our AdmancedhStorage II JI

2008, on FloridaDea Ui16C
Pa ntiff;s "tnr~ wh~teRa b Mdly
address is jii91 Car 0- 4(
rate Lake Dr. Suite 3 0, Athon Ldo
Tamnpa Florida 33634, Uit yLag
tahd fiehe r gnabe wit W
Pla Co int iffs attor- The sale shall take nlace NPl
r ornesieatelydthere n00-Alpi00 a.m200t A vs
0~r ohr iset dfu ncle St age. v.Le


THOMAS R. SCHMITT
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THOMAS R.
SCHMITT
Residence unknown
LAST KNOWN MAILING
ADDRESS
THOMAS R. SCHMITT
3368 Lakeshore Drive
Chipley, FL. 32428
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to
the following ra r
County, Florida:
Commencing at the
Northwest corner of Sec-
tion 16, T2N, R25W,
Okaloosa county, Flor-
ai then East4931.3

eginnm~ thene, sl7
tanvce of 436.77 feet,
thence N69 de reese~ 51
36" Eadsac of
102.06 feet; thence N
17 degrees 26' 24" W a
distance of 436.77 feet
thence S 69 dfe rees 51
36" W a dineof
100 feet to point of be-
ginning bemn Lot 41 of
an unrecor red subdivi-
sian.
has been filed against
1000 and yaou ame requ reud
werit on BE L Hbta ,
plaintiffs' attorney, whose
addrels2 eosf Oice
FI rida 32556 on or eb''
ie the riginao wt8,clenrd
of this court either before
service on the plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
tdFreaefte iotbberw re]
against ouil for etherelif
demaonded uin', th cm
plaint or petition.
DATED this 4 day of
April, 2008
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
B: K tty Sims
O OltyC~rk




Legal # 100362
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF HE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
COUONKA L OIDA
CIVL AdlON CASE
CA- 28q8(DIVI-
SION
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY AS TRUSTEE FOR
HARBORVIEW 2007-4,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN BURKE, et al,
Defendant(s).


DON W. HOWARD Noic"S is 1 b C~:'Yd:vn
CLERK OF COURTS tho t at rnthe follo, as
8 :Daniel Luke, Deputy cr has filed win
certi icate~ fra ha e d
0 08to be issued thereon. T e
0 /008 certificate number and
0 ~608 year of issuance, the
04/308 name in which the dr hP"
04/30 08 erty is assessed and h
description of the prop-
Cre ti icto s712 of
Legal # 100347 205 Assessed to: Tim M
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Dsroin m E Co
TION FOR TAX DEED Des t n4NC506r995 h~ t
POB N 1271.24 ft W
1622.68 ft S 803.54 ft
taNotice is herueb; given toN NRWV SEly al RW
tha Netue 1LL, as 315.6 ft to El v
holder bf the foll wina l curve y2. ftt
certif cat has filed sal al culv 14.37 h 30 P
certificate for a Tax Deed u93e y
tobe isd theon The 3ace I
tcertieicuee nome a~ OT~N-22-0000-000 0 2
ya~re iof uanhee 214.83pening Bid:
erty is assessed andr 'f Aof ~hd ppr~ b i
de cito of th sa pro Cpe eno
sci i Pais f01ws: erop-kalothe, Stat of Flo -
Ce~tificate # 592 of id oa. -
2005 Assessed to: Rob-a.
ert M & Patricia J John- Ins the crifict i
Doencr tin e N edeemed according dto
Car of NE1/o NE1/4aideirpr~i
E422.5 ft S 273 Fif Esci lb d totcehgt
741.64 ft S 30 ft bidder at the front door
W741.64 ft S 148 ft W of the Clerk's Office at
223 ft N 61 De W t Okaloos Cut
665565 ft S4N9 Deg tC urthouse oa %ntY
W125.03 ft W305 et Shdi0 ar. loriTduasd at
W28022 f N1N4607Dei May 13a. O ay,
E30382 ft E6N)50De Dated dthis 2nd day of
Be23 as OR85-67. &tt AP i208
2e6 E part old OR DONW HOWARD
1488627 I#CLERK OF COURTS
008ce N2-0000-id# B Dkniel Luke, Deputy
$4,26.260pening O 08
All~ tsi pr8 ~ ~eind 0/68
Okaoloosa, State of Flor- 0 /008


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Unenss hde certif cate t

sc G;edh in brecereficte
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front ~door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
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DO W. HCOWARSD




04 a08
04 308
Legal # 100353
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is here given

certificate, has filed sa d
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop.
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1200 of
2005 Assessed to: Otis
Philpot Estate
Ne~P c to Dtgan Add
Parcel ID#:
2 RN23006p7e nOMid:

11,3j d rppert begin B d
in the oCunf of
pkaloosa, State of Flor-
i a.

scribed mhe ce tificate i
l li b ld t th hi h t


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t tic~e unheerebyt #,wen ibdldh letrhkes sceo
holder of the follow~ing the Okaloosa County
certificate, has filed said Courthouse Annex,
certificate for a Tax Deed Shalimar, Florida at
to be issued thereon. The 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
certificate number and May 13, 2008.
year ol issuance, the
name in which the prop- Dated this 2nd day of
erty is assessed and the April 2008.
descr ption of the proP-
erty is as follows: DON W. HOWARD
Certificate # 1045 of CLERK OFCOURTS
n05 As esed~m t TEA B:PDuaiel Lukke,




ia the Cou of Bl 30~9
Okaoos Sta te fr Flor-f 0%6


,~IVU VUC I_
ida.
Unless the certificate is
rdee eed according dto
sc Gd in h~~te fcae
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
Pf:aniCI Lke,

0 /608
04 0

Legal # 100354
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


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ticen~sed, b de Insured taiN i L vn

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tion? eed a house name in which the~ prop-
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546-144/98-367 eseption of the prop
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2005 Assessed to: Clar-
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,etfiae br xild se d
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the pr p-
erty is assessed and te
deseniption of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1907 of
2005 Assessed to: David
E Ericson
Description:. Garnier Bch
6th Add Lot 4 Blk 1
Parcel ID#:
02-2S-24-1 006-0001-
10040 O8pening Bid:
,02sl d~tPpi prer lbein g
Oka~loosa, State of~ Flor-
ida-
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
scriedk in e ~er ficate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front doo~r
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa Cou~ty
Courthouse Annex.
Shai ar F ori~dda at


Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OFCOURTS
B~:anielLuke





La # 100359

TON O TAX IEC

Notice is hereb given

tcorbfist ednus an L o
ylear ol issane rthe ;
er iisoe a os essed san e
d ciriptio f the reop. T
C rtificate # 2590 of
2005 Assisssaned to:
eRoal Ds & Suzedanne C

Graham
Description: Lot 8 Parish

0072SO8D#:21-2S-25
$P0811.0 O nin Bid:
116ofstaldp pe ~p~bein g
Okaloosa, State ofFlor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to


bde t trhe if tdo r


goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid
by the tenants.
Unit 141 Janet Lyles
Unit K<17 Billy C.
Standridge
The sale shall take place
on_ April 30, 2008 At
10:00 a.m. at KeepSafe
Storage.
04/16/08
04/23/08



Single white male 70
5'8" 1701bs. Looking for
a small white lady 6 72.
Iam easy going and
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32536, or call ( 50)
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scr option: Crestview

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aloosa State of: Flor-

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Foo Srvce/ositlit AtsIIc Vuo ucher $ so Ac ba 1244si $800 no plets
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tionaI be 18. Nights & wrfrewrpa e k Cestview FL. C all 8 50 br, 2.50sf a 1 5sf
682.ocl jb lc 80 711. Equal Hou'pesin p *7 wbigPieC-
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avis blooin for se d n ami ac a eaalbe. *7 wyn eC-
team~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~pt mebr rte Aesm is 81& R C&nnH 3br t 2.5ba 145f,
now Re -9490 strd uss rv Etr UA Crestview, FL. Call house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf

+ Medical Assistnt in clat Hous ng a Opprt isty a seme n 22 ayn t. n 1 r,1 a
4 rnsrpto s rivers BAce Now ryelal 2 B b .ba, 1426 sqfe,$8

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wwnorth okaloosaco Ctorea.ie Roll rgk $995, Swivac fened C
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Instllawn pstion/Min/e i NO2 Offn,182 1stsil paten $~ onewtdwhs ent
~~peglUSIES &ue FINANCIA *120 Bn ratRo 235 Mil Pnd Coiv ,
Exir .SA Teh 4rsve L i; os br 2ba, 1812s ,

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Lw~ogi tics/Tanosoration ~ hou rs. thE a $3 6 67r litin 8109 ate rwa 4 Onse Dr
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TMC. ompay en Trai forhi bpaym Avr- mO Y-tY ge j 2ba, 178 dek $1050


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Meal/r iH ea celeth 1.5ba $54 120 Nortve Dr.- B 5 h r
AII Cash Cakae R onoue *250 Vctria' PI 2br, 4b -2a, 200sf
Candy Al fj/ o r $9,95. 2r 1.ba$ 9503 Stilw llBd,
THERAPISTS!V 1888)629-9968 *689 G nffi fhAv. 3br 3br 2ba, 19429sf,

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Ce ina re a5~8-40hiig 8 grlessdvl sod Patio Cov.I'ste, 3br,- it ebr,~2a fo at on
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meraId C a st Jbs P$ -$20 fclo nE i- Mol5a do$9950Wins ead r R ld9, Thsirs a oFR S rvie!
West~com ene, Paid Traning Fed 3br2 ba1 875 Mostr atchis yur
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Ourn syte cates one/wk 2ba, $1050 wm. et canow you
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8-intephnecllor No Hr n g 3bba $05 hundresof top ocal
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Walton Sun Turn39-96 in5 yorsrpr.. *2 risfh Dr e. A br, b 2ba 12 f
AND)003 PCKl UP: A .b,9 $1400 ddwo fl r
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Coat reaa rei Vivsit 4br 2ba, $ 1750 Co asfuthe nobs me ticom
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Mr wantenne *kll Cresi)2-21.1djms t br view 3b Nievll.
Caeart yushdersvist myivtIo nysartn at5 $885sf $;Oer.

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.opns 438- 226 or 850 ieky.ang U~p to $20,0 0 bo- 5 Moultn~ eally ,140
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Sask for Don. 6 Courtnev Lane DoY u
r Personal Care/Service 3br 2ba $8 Smo+dd
n ~' 733 Meadow Lake
e tNail Tech & Hair Stylist Drive, 3 br, 2V/2 ba
t clientele. Private e.$1800~mo+dd.
Both enta $7+tax. *5812 Old Bethel Rd
d weekly Well established3br3b$90od
a Salon 850-974-0227 us 143 Lan ie Jack
c 3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
.* *4038 F lcon Way,
n ~3 br 2 ba $850moidd
REAL ~~~ESTATE FOH RENT *21Waro
,- Receptionist/Front 610-Bsns/3 br 2 bh, $1200mo EHEV ~L ET
r Desk .10 comercil *3 9 Jo n Kind Rd
m rindy roesioalIn- 610 Aarmentsa 3 br 2 ba, $875+dd
d dvidal ithstrong peo- 6120 Beach Rentals *20WtrOk
t- ple skills. Working knowl- 6130 -Condorrownhouse 3 br. 2 ba 850+dd
s edge of computers, ac- 8140 -House nontals 305 l Ave.
.counting basics, andl at- 6150-RoommateWanted 1 br,1ba, 6$75+dd
g tention to detail re uired. 6160 Rooms for Rent Ba er Awera t
rFT w/benefits. Apfl in 61710 obile Home/Lot 5219 Griffith Mill da ew GL
SPerson. .Casey metric el8o out-of-Town Rentals Rd CEVE
t- Inc. 225 N. Ferdon Blvd. 6190 Timeshare rentals 2 1 r, 1 ba, $475
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Billi Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!

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ET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
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Sat. Apri~l19
7am lntil
3343 Broadvi wd Cir.laf
blower,d window unit
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Cresiview .
2 Day Yard Sale
Crestview."" Frl;~da 18h Bulins fo all
Satuday 9th Beat etIncreasel"
8:00-110 Household, Deposit holds for 3
Tools, Guns, General months. 25x40 $6100.
Cresview30x40 $7300. 35x70

rA~ M1nan uf lturerasny
Mapoles. Lots uouf thinr 1980. .(800)668-5422.
something for ever oners' www.p oneersteel.com.
Crestview Complete Avion package
2 Family Yard Sale including Filter tank'
Sat. April 19, 7AM-Till, chlorine tank, salt rank'
505 kaooaLane, chlorine _p~umr~p.ue Th
Swn st $7000.pak usd2
tcjpolinTe ldk r kit Is y~r 1 ~Irgo r~o $500.
items & misc. c:ancel if Da lily Reduction
rain Sa e many varieties, &
Crestyie colors.from' $.75-2.00
3 amil Yard call 678-4707
Sa~e Demo Homesites
Ari 17-19 Wated Now I Fn he

Eeti hopr c omps Nboewe aona pol. wt
nerw comforters sets $n wth this cruge" op or
we/sheets,tsoe ticntankt ac t s/Fat Feetlat
box, shower chair, some EZ Financing. Call
3m0qu 453 he O much a66y 3P2 F rilla ww~w.
For sale 4 Burial
Crestview Plots $5200. or 2 for
ami Meorial Cemetery.
Sat. & Sun. 7am-4 m. -------
335 Lakeview Dr. ITake Lawn Mower 21 inch
Ma oles St. to Seminole sna ~er self i propelled
Trail to Lakeview Dr. 42 80903
Crestview Looking to buy a 20
5 Family Yard Sale foot enclosed utility/
Apiri~l19,Sat. 7:30am carao trailer for haubne g
~Til. 58 Oakdale ATTTs and such. Reasona-
Court. From Hwy85, go ble pr4~ic~led. Call
north turn right on 86-75 laeleave
Richbourg in, Follow messa e and price and


Chrch Rum- st I oca i
mag~e/Bake 6i58
Sale (2) Future Beach sell
April 19hba iliI Paddle Boats.
7m1 St1 cea bottom kayak,
beidEglin Federal + y1m~ e lo aib To
reit Union -south ka a, brand new.
fur itur toyss, a saped6'by esuerfb e
hundre s of items. Please call for prices,
850 698-6334
e H RYARD SALE Wanted: 10 Homes To
5966 Old Bethel Rd., show off our new lifetime
S- iy81 2Nhoon extero 0 aint.hoCall no
roceds o Jo fls. 888 800-4056
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aotRdo4 E SLE OYMENT

2 lmi. obe ind Winn-Dixie, 4100 o- H elp Wanted ;
off Old Bethel 4110 Restaurants/Clubs
Furniture-and-morel 4120 -Sales
4130 -Employment
Cresiview Information
Garage Sale
A ril 18-`19 7A.M.-
1 .M. Girls clothina size
6 &12, dishes ancf misc. I aloo
items. 2639 Lake Silver

RdCresiview IIE TO A
Huge Garage
Sale Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
Thurs-Sat 8-4
543 Jon Kin Electricians &
Road neededfo daIn@
2 miles East of Hwy 85. 125 Cracker Barrel Rd

ios sab ney vavase u mecalbx wirngC
items, freezer, 2 love ,
seasbuthcomputer Wb n#27801703
|ocl trk wit thr~a le Circulation
No Early Birds Associate
Cash only The Crestview News Bul
Cresiview letin is seeking a
H ge Inside par nime Cibr ulatioonsiA:


\NO k 9 30! cf nesap' t

Ack otnirs mih I dfnc
Cresiviwa erfect candl daute wil


Sat. Hui e d19, 8 sarvie Hiho ustom d
A.M.-Until In Front of ploma or equivalent re
Family Dollar Store 404 quired. Prior newspape
W. James Lee Blvd. experience in circulation
is preferred. Must b~
Crestview able to evaluate current
Multi Family Yard and p~rospctive ia~"ncle
Sale petident Cnrcorane
Aril 18-19 Fri.- Sat. provide feedback and (
8A 2249 W. course of action: Basic
James Lee Blvd. Next computer skills (Excel
door to Wooley's Com- Word) a must. Must owr
puters. Lots of items, to and operate a motor ve
much to list. hicle. Valid Florida Driv
ers License, proof of ca
Crestylew insurance, printout front
Yard Sale onV show ng a aoo.S
2727 Arabian Ct Satur- driving record. TeCe
day April 19. 7-11. Back view News Bulletin
cul-de-sac in Silver Oaks. based in Cresiview, Fl
Cafe' table set, furniture, Please apply by sen~din(
stereo equip., toys, dvd's, a resume and cover lette
video games and' more. to Jason Mobley 295 W
All very nice items, no James Lee Blvd., C~res
iunk. view, Fl. 32536.


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Get Hook, round, &
Tapeworms. Rotate

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|2120
e.Iy ackm(R)teM g
:ng & hair growth on
do ss' fborses du to 'h
anduff nAfa mfeed&
hardware stores.
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MERCHANDISE
3100-Antiques
S3110 -Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
S3130 -Auctions
140 Baby iems
e10-uldn Suspplies


3180 Computers
3190 -Elec~tronics
3200 Firewood
322o- Furniture
S3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240-Guns
S3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
S3 70- Jewe1y Cothing
3290 Meadical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instmuments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
S 30 ickt (Bu ad sell)


3100
iAl Tky s of Wadtch &
Sthers manes cuckoo ,
lu -Y~ tissues, Call


| 3110
'Ron's A pliance &
n. r~risop~en Saam-A6pli
ance parts, ap aincM ree-
kPet, 2Call 689-100 .
'After hours 305-8515


31so
Auction Partnership Dis

s t 6A. uhi p

cet ou(is in tracts{ cob ~i
Sn fons of tracts or as a
whole. 13 tracts with
:2~lcr s.in IRP trac
!leaf & Slash pmnes r -
ceive Federal payments.
:rpue t, P35-creogakeh &
r-acre pon quaint
cabin on lake. Pasture
Ilndi rady 'of frontage on Lee Road.
als sell ~ng actonnls r tto
.e uDiment. Terms: Pay
:2 % down, 10% buyer s
Premium. S ecial Financ-
[:n Fr;om seller: 7.9%,
cafor complete terms.
~GAL#2034.
800)479-1763
hnDxn& Assoc.
www.iohndixon.com
'Lnd 0 Tim trs Ac

cated in Walton &
Okaloosa Counties, FL
.and Escambia Co, AL
Land for hunting, timber
and potential home sites,
Near Fort Walton Beach,
FL. Saturiday, May 3,
:10:00 M o more in-
'formation, got to
schraderauction.com or
call (800)451-2709.
Schrader Real Estate &
Auction Co Rex
SSchrader: BK<#3208604.
lMove North to the
Southern Vir inia Foot
Hills. Lake Front Land.
SMountain Views. Open &
iWooded 285+/- Acres
'Subdivided. Auction Sat
Surday, May 10th.

~iP"~'~"a'P" 2

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Equipment
f JVC dual cassette
Spla er/ recorder $40.
~ ive disc CD laver
With remote, $40 ~
i + 5 shelf wooden stereo
cabinet, glass door, $30
1 4 Panasonic Receiver /
turntable (needs belt &
Needlee, cassette, 2 Turbo
SThruster speakers $25
4 Or complete set, $100
SAll items in odod.&
,obo. 862-3297, FWB '


WEDNESDAYAPRIL 16 2008


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2br, lba MH. in north
CrestviewClean ,600 e



Aubrnard a 27



dre r. Clean wth 2 A~l
screened p50/orch, $no se~b
Call 850-826-01 34,
between 4-7pm.


k eybrN ly remod-mb
home on acre loi. La front
sh cedarun/qsfudianishn

pets/smoing. "R~ee Re-
bu 2d515 niors welcomed


Cresiview

MFORD
FOR RENT OR
ASSUME
MORTGAGE'
1997 16x8'0 Birchfield
Skvine~ mpobile hiome. Ex-~
bdrm/2bath. Lar e
porches.Qutara g



Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
3104 Holey, Dr, no


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS

22 2W4 Boker Cirle

$750 3 br, 12 ba c

13033 Rbvbrch sba, 2 cg'
N2aP47Sorrell Ridge Rd
1800, 3br, 2V2ba, 2 cg
IIPro erties require a
credit c eck, 1 yr lease,
no inside smokln Pet
fees are non- refun able.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


IREAL ESTAT OR SALE
c me/ome

7130 Condo/Townhouse
710ams & Rnches
7160 Mobile Homes


7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 -Timeshare

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3 br, I ba, $550 .
* 1 108 Blackberry Cire.
4 br, 2 ba, $1150
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* 2365 Susan Dr
S39b3141baa Ove.
SbsjVale Road
2 br, 1 b $675
* 148 Sa vaore Dr
3 ,0 1 V2 ba, $725
*3 600 a noSn5

3 b,02 ba, $95
* 318~ Lb vew S~t

SbO, ad $7d5
3 br, 2 ba, $895
* 651 Panama Dr
2d 'Wbik'r Crcle
3 br, 2 ba, $$95
* 32243 Titanium Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $995

0 648Molat Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $1100
5963 Linene Dr
3 br, 2V/2 ba, $1250





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81 Spot sUtility Vehicles
siso commercial
810se Motorcycles
an accssries
820 esnal watercraft
83 Silboatsavn
Sulpplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
83201 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
saao campers a Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

8100
19793 Corvette
L82 42-speed
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850-336-2236.


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 2008


NEW
/CONSTRUCTION
4606 Bobolink Way i
SSplit 3/2, dbl garage, alibrick, I
1426sqft
$166,500

4637'Bobolink Way
Split 3/2, dbl garage, fireplace,
lots of ug ades


6120 Willow Lane
All brick, split 3/2, dbl garage
1,388sq ft
$161,500
6070 Bud Moulton Rd
neighborod a beom,2


-104 Eastview
31, snge gragers priv c
fence~dbc yard


798 Georgia Ave
1,792 sqift, 4bd,2Zbath,
comnerlot
$154,000

5650 Goodwin Rd
2,052 sq ft, split 3/2 on 4 acres /
$164,900

227 Grand Prix
Short sell 1,333 sq ft, split
3/2, dbl garage south of 1-10


3/2 fxr ntersot horfl-10 1
$134,900
5700 JV Woolley Rd
3/2 0n 1.2ares opentfloor
$174,900


Bay~lis & Davis
Reazlty
not,cres,r i ;~c~~,,co,secion


sour baSmTOM
HOME,
SOUTHERN
ALABdAMA
Just completed 3bdrm

vrau: e cne ling s. I
s A close toe ona

'rs vew. 29, 00m
Kim Hopkins, CoursonC&
HP3 k 8,8-3411 LC


Nw oekrual sdeve -
sonable' prices. Joeseph
tB rl Reg. Ge era 1C n
652-5321




NEW LISTING
-35 Acre Farm-
GropitandhoWood215 eg
3br, 2ba 2 CG, 716
Paved bd. Frontage.
$369 995.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
.850-689-1334 / ,
582 3806


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Davi 'so L in
21 t ,h abr with wat r
view. Lg. whirl ool tub
and se arate s ower in
master bath. 9 ft, ceilings
downstairs fireplace
separate lvn ro/
dinin t~amt~u caet var
Cefr nt nhborhood
61-0322, leave msg.


For sale by owner; 3br,
2ba, latr e bedrooms,
$la9r,9 0 .001898ce,


01Fiehrod'8x 6 ~w'l cks wi dow &

doet side by ie eidneae onat 3 65427
central heat & air, ceibing
fans In all rooms.
$32,000 OBO You
move. Power Pole in-NE O B
cluded. Call
850-902-6077 Ford Mustang 1967
A/T, 289 V8, white/
2000 16X80 Southern white vinyl top. Black in-
Home 3bd 2 ba, Fire terior, fair condition: but
la~ce~ fulyw he~pip.t ~needs work to get back
moved 537-7781 758-181P7 afer4eb p3m5.
Ford2 Mstang
[_ 7190 White with arey interior
94K miles. Great condi-
3 Auctions! Prime de- tion. Excellent carl
velopment & residential $6500. Please call
RE, Terrell, Sumter 240-4145
Worth Co. GA, April _

(800)323-8388
RowellAuctions.com. Dodge 1500 '04
Mountain Cabin 113 $osel ,0L80079PK ic
Acre. Oe Hlf ile4dr, tow-redy Mose



(703)819-5612. Ford Bronco



F~rgontae with Uti ities! Ford Fl50 '99 regular
$8, 1Ca I now cab, 4.2 V6 auto cold


tinke 3P4r 0et scr nNorl Ford Fl50 STX '05
Lake. Over 800 miles of 56700 miles, $16,8001
Rhoreli do Call Lakeside M~an 70extrast Call
(888)291;5253~ or visit
www. lak~esiderealty-to.com GMC Serria 2002
white/ chrome fully
Virginia Mountains Log loaded 83,000
cabin shell on 2 private $10,000
acres near vere wide
trout stream in teh G lax .d -
State Park, $139 500. 84
Owner (866)789-8835.


S-YEAR POWERTRAIN


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$99dE50. 83-53



2007 arley. Dav8 idso
XLe 1200 low. Yellow &
ackudeshn 203mi-cver
traieox.40 mies.a
37e 76k firm.Ca

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$b .al .5-0
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necktail 200 t uandh

coptbe er o ro2
cl 30' Trave l Taier
Wesaeithn Largwe Sd

24P.HOv uty os

used three tes. 30,0
large sdebnk beds,
elahter $16500. Conact
830)902-1634aile

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07TSILVERADO 081BMPALA 08MALIBU
GMIl24,967 Cre Cab 4WD~8 GM OWTY19,7" 18,477 $19,225
LOYA 2,00 22 967 OYA$1,500 PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM/CD, PWR MUST OWN 99 OR NEWER VEHICLE
(MUST OWN 99 OR (MUST OWN 99OR DRIVER SEAT, ON STAR
NEWER GM VEHICLE) NEWER GM VE L)


08SILVERADO 08SILVERADO
$16,567 Regb. Casb $20,527 EMh.
GMYAOWNER 14 567 =ER $85 7

(UST W2,9000 AUTO TRA S, AC, XM, CD (MUST OW2,900 AUOTA ,AM L
NEWER GM VEHICLE) NEWER GMi VEHICLE)


083AVEO
$12,422114 2
GMYAOLWNER
$1,000 AC, CRUIlSE .
MUSTT MW 99 OR


$13,747
GM OWNER
LOYALTY
$1,000
MUSTT ON C9OR


07SILVERADO 08EQUINOX
$35,127 Diesel C~re3w Ck ab LT $19,843
GM OWNER GM OWNER
LOYALTY LOYALTY
$2,000 $.1,000 PW, PL,CR, TL, AM/FM/CD,
(EMU W C9OLRE PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM/CD, KEYLESS ENTRY, BUILT NEMUS W 99 OR ALM WHEELS
IN BRAKE CONTROLLER, ALM WHEELS FOG LAMPS,
HEAWY DUTY TRAILER, ONSTAR AND MORE


7to ue


71oo ] [__ 111_ zzoo


acres vew F



1997 ichfeA Skyuine
16x80 mobile home. 3
bdrm/2bath. 2 loar
g~~e: sdelieni connot
make 0bM dimel
os~s Tble. Cr-eadrila p
ava lable. Payments
could be as low as' $360
month or lower.
582-3359


AFFORDABLE
ACREAGEli
Paved Road front ge.
Heta eRdealty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806
Asheville, NC Moun-
tF m 9ceae OHme ites
financing available Call
(877)89 ~-5253 x3973
www
seeriverhighlandsay com
New Arizona Land
Rush! or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized
Lots! $0 Down. $0 Inter-
es~t. $159-$208 per
Guaranteel
w .su nstsla n~d rus com



7160IA


LOVELY HOMIE

tom built with many ex
tras. $189,995. GIreat
Lo.Mildred C
Heoaon Realty
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806


7150 i
I acre lots vacant oF
with home. Auburn area.
Call 850-240-0890

20UATCHREESN
ALABAMA
Just outside Andalusia
.'t Some cleared, pkr-
,.ll wooded w/cree .
1... J your house on the
..11 xr come fordexcellendt
hr antge, ~45miutes froam
Ki Hpkins, Cou01o 02
(33P4 nl8-3411 Lt


NE r(8 11
PRICE REDUCED!
1283SF, 3br, 1.5ba,
1CG. Priced at only
$80,000.
Mildred C.
Heafon Realty,
850-689-l334 /
582-3806


hn ividuav ws teno ba
651-0987


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