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50 IN THIS ISSUE WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 2008

A3Q .... Local observers A 4 ,. New Arby's A6 R Community Today's Forecast
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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview City Council members took turns expressing support for the concept of a Florida A&M
University pharmacy school in Crestview during their Monday night meeting.



Council: We support



the FAMU concept.


Members speak in favor of idea of local campus


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

One by ope, Crestview's
City Council members on
Monday took turns expressing
support for the concept of a
Florida A&M University phar-
macy school in Crestview.
All five council members
spoke in favor of the idea of
a FAMU campus in the down-
town Alatex building during
the council's regular meeting.
Council members received
five separate rounds of ap-
plause during their com-
ments. Council member Bob
Allen was cheered twice when
he spoke of transforming the
Alatex building into a school.
Council member Chip Wells
placed the "Council Consen-
sus of FAMU Proposal" item
on the agenda to clear up any


Public misconceptions over
council support for the pro-
posed FAMU campus.
The council still awaits a
formal response to questions
about the project it submit--
ted to FAMU two weeks ago.
No formal plans for a FAMU
campus .in Crestview have
been presented.

Other business
The proposed FAMU
campus has another ally in
Main Street Crestview Asso-
ciation.
Main Street President
Mickey Rytman formally
presented a letter .from Main
Street to the council express-
ing support for the creation of
the FAMU campus.
"Crestview has made great
gains in rescuing its heart


from the deterioration that all
too often overtakes such dis-
tricts but the battle is not yet
won," the letter reads. "The
funding allotment made by
the legislature presents too
great an opportunity to capi-
talize on previous gains to be
cast aside over small details."
Main Street last veek also
sent a letter of welcome to
FAMU officials.
The council unanimously
approved .a second reading
of an ordinance to raise the
city's water,and sewer impact
fees. The ordinance would
raise the residential impact
fee to $1,000 and raise the res-
idential sewer impact fee to
$2,900. City staff previously
provided a chart indicating
the new rates still would be

See COUNCIL A2


Learn the history of Florida A&M


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical University
has come a long way since
its beginning with. 15 stu-
dents and two instructors
in 1887.
Florida A&M hopes the
next chapter of the school's
history includes a phar-
macy school in downtown
Crestview.
"We're here to begin this
partnership that we think
is going to reap huge ben-
efits for the people of Flori-
da and this region," FAMU
president Dr. James Am-
mons said during a Crest-
view City Council meeting
earlier this summer.

1998-2006
Award Winning
Newspaper
Florida Press Association ,
Better Weekly Newspaper Contest


FAMU today
Florida A&M University
has been recognized by
Black Enterprise Magazine
as lie nation's top institute
of higher learning f6r Afri-'
can-Americans.
Today's 419-acre FAMU
main campus is located in
central Tallahassee, just a
few blocks south of Florida


State University. The uni-
versity currently has about
12,000 students served by
more than 600 faculty.,
Ammons became FA-
MU's 10th president on
July 2, 2007, after a success-
ful tenure at North Caroli-
na Central University. Un-
der Ammons' leadership,
FAMU and its pharmacy
program successfully re-
solved preexisting accredi-
tation issues *(see sidebar,
A4). These achievements
should ensure the short-
term and long-term viabili-
ty'of the university and the
pharmacy school.
"I believe this entire pro-
cess has sent a strong and
clear mniessage to the state
and our stakeholders that


FAMU is in good hands,"
Ammons said in a univer-
sity release.

History lesson
Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University was
founded Oct. 3, 1887, as
the State Normal College
for Colored Students. It
initially was located at the
current site of Florida State
University.
The college became
Florida's land grant institu-
tion for African-Americans
in 1891 when it received
$7,500 under the Second
Morrill Act for agricultural
and mechanical arts edu-

See FAMU A4 .


TABLE OF CONTENTS


WEATHER ................ ...A2
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT....... A3
EDITORIAL ................... A8


SPORTS ..................... B1
BUSINESS................. B4-B5
CLASSIFIEDS .............. B7-B8


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Meet the candidates
The News Bulletin will profile candidates for local
elections in the coming weeks. Today's spotlight: The
Florida First Judicial Circuit Public Defender race.
James Owens and Kelly Merritt Richards are seeking
the. Republican nomination. Tony Henderson is unop-
posed in the Democratic primary.

JAMES OWENS
Name: James Owens
Party: Republican
Family: Wife, Carli; daughter
Sara is 5; son Andrew is 4
Education: Bachelor's degree
in political science from Valdosta
State College in 1983; Juris Doctor James
from Cumberland School of Law at Owens
Samford University in 1986.
Job/Experience: Prosecutor for
assistant state attorney in Pensacola for 3 years;
Private practice for 18 years; Assistant public de-
fender for 22 months (stepped down to seek this
office)
Platform:. "I'm a proven leader with experi-
ence managing a budget and meeting payroll in
the private sector. I plan to cut wasteful spend-
ing and reward teamwork and performance. My
plan is to be a working public defender. I am go-
ing to handle caseloads. If you are the public de-,
fender, then you are there to be accountable for
the tax dollars that fund this important arm of
our judicial system."

KELLY MERRITT RICHARDS
Name: Kelly Merritt Richards
Party: Republican
Family: Husband, David;
daughters Haley and ,Alison are
both recent college graduates
Education: Bachelor's degree
in psychology, Tulane University;
Juris Doctor from South Texas Col- Kelly
T\ Richards
lege of Law, Houston.
Job/Experience: Assistant Pub-
lic Defender in Escambia County for more than
24 years.
Platform: "Develop and maintain good work-
ing relationship with lawmakers in Tallahassee;
Provide professional work environment for law-
yers and support staff in ai effort to retain ex-
perienced attorneys and to provide efficient op-
eration of our agency; Reach out to law enforce-
ment, State Attorney, the courts, the jails and
the other agencies that we work with in effort to
work together to resolve criminal prosecutions
as efficiently as possible while protecting the
rights of our clients."

TONY HENDERSON
Name: Tony Leon Henderson
Party: Democrat
Family: Parents Arthur Hen-
derson and Juanita Henderson;
daughters Lyndsey Henderson
and Lauren Henderson E
Education: Bachelor's degree in 'Tony
business administration from Mar- Henderson
shall University in 1984; Juris Doc-
tor from Florida State University-
College of Law in 1992.
Job/Experience: Fifteen years as assistant
public defender, the last seven of those years as
supervisor of Santa Rosa County Public Defend-
er's office.
Platform: Will institute an intensive Trial
Practice Training Program for young attorneys;
will solicit help from experienced private trial at-
torneys; will develop a support staff to assist in
case management; will make every effort to col-
lect the $50 application fee from clients, thereby
lessening the burden on the taxpayer.; will sur-
vey the entire system for cost cutting opportuni-
ties; and will work with local school systems in
educating students on the downfall of criminal
behavior.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 2008


COUNCIL continued from Al


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lower than several other
communities in the area.
The council unani-
mously approved a ten-
tative millage rate of
5.8466 for the 2008-09
fiscal year. The council
scheduled public hear-
ings on the topic for Sept.
10 and Sept. 24 at 6 p.m.
The council scheduled
its first budget workshop
for Aug. 18 at 5 p.m.
The council unani-
mously approved a first
reading of an ordinance
that would rezone 150
acres south of Old Bethel
RoadbetweenNormandy
Road and Roberts Road
from Residential Subur-
ban Single to Planned
Unit Development. The
property is part of the
planned Freedom Walk
subdivision.
Freedom Walk rep-
resentatives later dis-
cussed the possibility
financing the develop-
ment with multi-family
housing tax-exempt rev-
enue bdnds. Freedom
Walk would need the
support of a govern-
ment agency to receive
the bonds. The devel-
opers have approached
Okaloosa County with a
similar proposal.
The council voted to
meet as the Community
Redevelopment Agency
(CRA) at 4 p.m. Aug. 18
to consider purchase of
barricades for use dur-
ing parades, along with
other topics.
In response to a citi-
zen question later in
the meeting, at least one
member of council ex-
pressed interest in creat-
ing a CRA separate from
the council.
The council voted
4-1 to authorize execu-
tion of a memorandum
of agreement to allow
the Okaloosa County
Health Department to
utilize Old Spanish Trail
Park and its facilities as a
Point of Dispensing dur-


All five Crestview
City Council members
spoke in favor of the
concept of a local Florida
A&M University cam-
pus during the council's
meeting Monday night.
Here are some of their
comments, in the order
.of the speakers.

Chip Wells
"It is important
people know I for one
support the concept of
FAMU coming into town
in the Alatex building. It
is important for the staff
of the city and university
to work out the details,
but it is also very im-
portant for the public to
know how each council
member feels about this
item. I put this item on
the agenda not as vote
for or against anything
final but as a consensus
item to let the public
know how each person
feels about this. I'll go on
record saying I support
the concept of FAMU
coming to town, and I
support the staff of the
city and FAMU to get
this thing put together."

Bob Allen
"I too am adamant-
ly in favor of bringing
FAMU to Crestview as
expeditiously as pos-
sible. We've been drag-
ging our heels for five
weeks, and even though
we are waiting on re-
plies to our questions to
FAMU, we need to go on
record barring any off
the wall proposals from
FAMU we need to go


ing public health emer-
gencies. Linda Parker
was in dissent.
The council unani-
mously approved an


on record as saying we
support this 100 percent
and let's get going as fast
as possible. There are
great economic benefits
and great educational
benefits. I don't see any-
thing to contrary. It's a
great opportunity. (State
Sen. Durell) Peaden
needs to be applauded,
and we have a building
over there (the Alatex
building) most available
and very ready to be oc-
cupied. It was sewing
factory 65 or 70 years
ago, but it has outgrown
its usefulness as a sew-
in'g factory. As (council
member Charles) Baugh
has mentioned, it is a
baby in some people's
eyes, but babies grow
up, and when they
grow up they are not al-
ways what their parents
thought they would be.
The building is now 70
years old. It has another
role, and that's to be an
educational facility."

Charles Baugh
"I echo sentiments of
my colleagues. I walked
the city the last three
weekends asking peo-
ple what they think of
FAMU, and I heard noth-
ing but positive things.
As a council member
you must represent the
voice of people, and
the voice of people is:
FAMU-Crestview -
make it a reality. We're
all anxious to see what
FAMU has to say. But we
also must practice and
follow due diligence. We
want us to do what is


Evaluation and Ap-
praisal Report on the
Crestview Comprehen-
sive Plan during a pub-
lic hearing prior to the


best for the city, but we
don't want to stumble
into any legal or finan-
cial consequences. The
Alatex building is hum-
ming a song because it
is about to be reborn as
an educational building
in a beautiful downtown
Crestview."

Linda Parker
"I'm not sure where
negative connotations
come from, but every mo-
tion since end of June has
been to work with FAMU
to collect information
and move forward with
FAMU coming to Crest-
view. It has not ended up
as a quick issue, and we
have to do specific things
so we are protected in
this, so we don't have
to do those same things
down the road. When
details are worked. out, I
think a FAMU presence
would be a good thing.
There's no issue sup-
porting (a local. FAMU
campus). We just want it
done in right manner."

Lillie Conyers
"All can.say is ditto, dit-
to, ditto and ditto. I'm in
complete agreement with
everyone who has spoken.
I'm waiting for them and
welcoming them to come,
but all should understand
we have to go by the rules
and make sure every 'i'
is dotted and every 't' is
crossed."

See video from.the coun-
cil members' comments
later this week at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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Web: www.cityofcrest-
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Phone: (850) 682-4432

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My, my, local audiences love 'Mamma'

'Mamma Mia' part of rebirth of the great American film musical


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

When Hollywood at
last found its voice in
1927, the first thing it did
was sing.
The movie musical has
come a long way since
Al Jolson crooned "My
Mammy" to Eugenie
Besserer in "The Jazz
Singer," the first sound
feature.
From the lavish studio
musicals of the 1930s, '40s
and '50s, the film musi-
cal evolved by the 1960s.
Audiences were attracted


more to glorious location
footage than studio sets.
They didn't just want to
know Julie Andrews was
singing in the Austrian.
Alps; by golly, she'd bet-
ter actually be there.
Yet within a decade,
the musical was nearly a
dead tilm genre. People
suddenly, and often in-
congruently, bursting
into song in. the middle
of a story was a stretch
for jaded audiences that
wanted realism in their
film fare.
It took several decades
until Hollywood gingerly


dipped its toes in the mu-
sical sea.
One of its first major
ventures back into the
genre was Baz Luhrman's
2001 hit "Moulin Rouge."
Assured audiences
could once more accept
a plotline propelled by
song and dance, studios
stepped up musical film
production. As it did be-
fore, Hollywood, never
known for its originality,
drew on the stage for in-
spiration.
Luhrman continued his
successful streak with his
film adaptation of Kander


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& Ebb's newly restaged
"Chicago." Films of the
Broadway musicals "The
Producers," "Hairspray"
and "Sweeney Todd" fol-
lowed suit.
Last Friday, Universal
released "Mamma Mia,"
Phyllida Lloyd's splashy,
vibrant, colorful and defi-
nitely toe-tapping adapta-
tion of her international
,stage hit featuring the
songs of ABBA.
It's a "catalog musical"
in the tradition of great
films such as "Words and
Music," which showcased
the talents of Rodgers &
Hart, and "Til the Clouds
Roll By," which did the
same for, the songs of Je-
rome Kern.
The film is in every way.
comparable to the big lo-
cation musicals we loved
in the '60s. The sparkling '
Greek Cycladic islands
provide "Mamma Mia" an
almost Technicolor burst of
vibrancy (and a welcome
relief from the monochro-
matic drabness of Tim Bur-
ton's "Sweeney Todd").,
Audiences love it. Hope:
Wells, manager of Rave
Motion Pictures in Destin
Commons, said, "We've
moved it to our largest
auditorium because there's
so much excitement about
this movie. I think word
got out about how fantastic
it was."
Refreshingly, audiences
aren't just fans of ABBA
from its late '70s and early
'80s heyday.
"What's interesting is
I've seen all demographics'
and all ages buying tickets
to 'Mamma Mia,'" Wells
said. "It's interesting to
see people who are senior
citizens down to people
in their teens who want to


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"Mamma Mia" is in every way Hollywood's latest incarnation of
theAmerican movie musical. Colorful, exotic locations, a simple
plot and plenty of hummable.tunes with lively choreography
evoke the classic pre-1960s M-G-M musicals.


see it."
With a pleasant plot
woven around the pop
group's hits, it's nearly im-
possible to stop your toes
from tapping and from
singing along. .
"It's one of the only
movies I've seen this year
where I've seen the crowd
react the way they did,
with the clapping and
singing and dancing,"
Wells said. "It's awesome.
People just hop out of the
theatre and they're laugh-
ing and excited and telling
us how much they enjoyed
it."
Even closer to home, lo-
cal video stores are salivat-
ing over the expected in-
come rentals of "Mamma
Mia" will bring.
"'Sweeney Todd' was
just so-so," said Debbie
,Collinsworth, senior CSA


at the Movie .Gallery on
South Ferdon Boulevard.
"'Across the Universe' did
pretty good. But 'Mamma'
Mia/ I think just from the
previews it's going to be a
big rental."
The reasons for the
successful revival of the
American movie musical
are many. Perhaps the big-
gest is that in uncertain
times, audiences want to
escape when the lights go
down.
"I think there's a real
need for movies that are
uplifting and witty and
fun," Wells said, "espe-
cially now with gas and
the economy the way it is.
It feels good to escape to h
fantasy land."

What are your favorite
movie musicals and why?
Tell us at www.crestviewbul-
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S ngraers JILVIVV Ie-VV LJdto 'FreshmanIBuIIdo Ca p

CHS ninth-graders invited to 'Freshman Bulldog Camp'


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Incoming Crestview
High School fresh-
man have no reason to
be anxious as the
2008-09 school year ap-
proaches
* CHS has a program tai-
lored to rising ninth-grad-
ers as they prepare for the
big jump from middle
school to high school.
The school will con-


duct the'first "Freshman
Bulldog Camp" on Aug.
14-15 to help students
make the transition. All
incoming CHS freshmen
are encouraged to attend
the free program at the
school.
"It gets the kids to
come in here and learn
about the school and
about the other kids,"
said CHS Assistant Prin-
cipal Dexter Day. "If you
can form a bond, you feel


FRESHMEN BULLDOG CAMP
Thursday, Aug. 14
9 to 10 a.m. Meeting in Gym
10 a.m. to noon Small groups
Noon to 12:30 p.m. Lunch
12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Small Groups

Friday, Aug.15
9 to 10:15 a.m. I.eeting in Gym .
,10:30 a.m. to noon Ne,, Studenti Orientation, Openr, House


good about the school
and you want to come to
school every day.


"Something like this
Can cut down on truancy
and discipline."


The camp runs from 9
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Aug.
14 and includes lunch.
The camp goes from 9
a.m. to noon on Aug. 15
and concludes with the
new student orientation
open house.
A "Link Crew" of
older CHS students will
take a central role in
the program. The Link
Crew trains juniors and
seniors to be positive
role models, motivators,


teachers and leaders to
guide freshmen through
a successful transition.
"It's a belief that stu-
dents can help students,"
Day said. "We want to
welcome the freshmen
and make them feel com-
fortable during their first
year in the building."
For details, contact
Day at 689-7177, x2400,
or visit the CHS Web site
at www.crestviewhigh-
school.org.


Conyers scholarship

presentation set for Aug. 2


Special to the News Bulletin

* The Velma K. Cony-
ers Chapter #7A Order
of the Eastern Star, will
recognize three scholar-
ship recipients in honor
of the late Dr. J.R.L. Cony-
ers at its Annual Heads
of House banquet at 6:30
p.m. Saturday at the Old
Spanish Trail Shriner's
Club.
Scholarship recipients
are Chloe Greene, Mar'sha
Griffin and Katie Jones.
The Rev. Cecil Williams,
pastor of Gregg Chapel
A.M E Church in Fort
Walton Beach, will be the
guest speaker.
Tickets are $15 and can


DR. J.R.L. CONYERS
Dr. J.R.L. Conyers '
thoughtful dedication
and many contributions
to Prince Hall A,.ffisare
Masonry, J.R.L. Conyers
Mason Lodge #364 (a
historical site), the Mt.
Zion A.M.E. Church and
the community left a for-
midable'legacy remain a
vital part of the Okaloosa
County community.


be purchased form any
member of the Order of
the Eastern Star.
For details, please con-
tact Tonsiaweda Hayes at
(850) 621-4187 or Bazine
McDonald at 682-5288.


FAM U continued from Al


cation. (Auburn Univer-
sity and the University
of Florida also are land
grant schools). The college
moved to its present loca-
tion and changed its name
to the State Normal and
Industrial College for Col-
ored Students.
The school was official-
ly designated as an insti-
tution of higher learning
in 1905. Accordingly, the
school changed its name
to Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical College
for Negroes in 1909. The
school awarded its, firsf
degrees one year later.
The school was elevat-
ed to university status
in 1953, when it became
Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University.

Pharmacy School
Florida A&M's Col-
lege of Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical Sciences
was established in 1951
with 12 students. FAMU
says the college is the
third-largest of all phar-
macy schools in the na-
tion. Its enrollment is
nearly 800 students.
The college has pro-
duced more than 1,400
pharmacists and 20
percent of the nation's
African-American phar-
macists. More than 60
percent of black PhDs in
the pharmaceutical sci-
ences. have graduated


ACCREDITATION FOR FAMU,
PHARMACY SCHOOL
Florida A&M UrLii.ersit., A'A remn o:-e from probation-
ary status by the Commission .n College:. of the Scuthern
i,- :.ti-.,'.ri f Colleges. j rid Schools on June 26 The
Ss,:ool l'i_:1 been place: on probation about t one ,ear earlier
because it taiied to c-ipi, with ,se .ral core requiremenis.
but maintained lull ac..:rei anonr dJurinn ra time
Thr-e ."ccre.dallaionr Courcil for Pharrraci ELi,'cation re-
cernti rerneved tIhe FAI.1U pharrniac', sc:hocl's accreditatiori
throu(ii 21:ni -. 1- ..-,rdirlg to the St Feters;i:urg Tines. trhe
college -ihadi beer c'n probation tor atcrout a ,ear t.:c auCs.,
,t ..CPFE c c.:.r ern cv.i-r .: rriculum, te-.:1inq tacilities anri
.ia:.ult, astanfir- le.l~ -c:cordlinrc to FA.Ut trie Schc ol is ro,,vi
c,,onipliarit ,'',ih all 3.0 ACFE s.rar1 ,- s.


FLORIDA A&M MISSION STATEMENT
"The nii.i'ri .i-f Fl'rija .O cultural arn [..echranic'al
njri,'er:sir,- iFFA,lL. 1 a, aan 1 ,-i0 lanr -grant ir-is.ti tition, si, to.
p1.iide an enirghteneJ arind enriched i':acadernic, intellecriiual
rimoral, Iltu ral etri cali te-:.tirnologici a aarid li.:en[-.:ereriee
en'.ironrneri t c::onlcri.:i.r..e 1, the ,ile eloprreri[ oUt hig it Q ial\-
fled r in.:ilull: who are r prepare :ard c pa.ble o:f s erlrig
a .--, caiders: arid crntf ut,-or ir, Our e'.er-e..cilvirg socierv
The ii ,-,er'i..:, e s 3s r :uplort a facul..ir and staft off
-Jin tin.:iion ledic aled to pro.':ini outstarnding ac a:lemn-c .
preparat.ri -it the urilergraci.uate. graduate .:V,.,torai and
pr,:,e,-cnal ",ci-Jri ie.,ei-s *A'ir a partic uil ernrphasis or,
irntegrir., anrd erical ::o duct. FAI.u is conrrined irrispi-
il :i rml teacrhinr e .emp.iar, r esearc.: arid reaninrgful p l.Oiic
and con nirriu v ,:er.;ce t.,rroug:ji rej. ti.Ie p ar1rinerS hip.s at Ihe :'
locall slate, rati,ronal anrd icral le'.el'. The Uri.ersir:, is also
con-mietid C the resolution of complex .issues trihat .vii ern-
harice hLin- .rik:inid.
th ilr e the Lini\ersit' cor-itinue_-, it; hrt.oric ni.,r-.iori or
educating Africarn-Amriicans. person of all race-s.. ethnic
cic.riis an.r rnatiionalities are '.ei:ornmed and encouLraged, to '
remain te-lonr mrierntier of the un. 'erssity-, ,orrinmunit,. The
Uni..er,:ir, thrrougt i ts .erse faculty, and staft. pr.:i', ides a
caring, nurturing, c illegal andi re.pec rful environment."
From the Fl.:.: ,nI A&M Web site '

from FAMU in the last of FAMU's 2007 phar-
decade. macy graduates passed
Recently. 100 percent their licensure examina-


tions. ,
The college currently
has branch campuses in
Jacksonville, Miami and
Tampa. Another branch
campus is planned in
Orlando.

FAMU potpourri
FAMU's Marching,
"100" band is well-j
known across the nation
and has been recognized
as one of the top march-
ing bands in the country.
The Florida A&M Rat-
tlers compete in athletics
in the Mid-Eastern Ath-
letic Conference at the
NCAA Division I level.
FAMU's football pro-
gram has produced 68
NFL players. The FAMU
men's basketball team
,has made three appear-
ances in the NCAA tour-
nament.
The FAMU football
team annually plays in
the Florida Classic in Or-
lando against Bethune-
Cookman University. The
series has drawn more
than a million fans since.
1978.

Information from the
Florida A&M lWeb 'site was
used in this report.,

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Glover, Edmondson to wed


Joseph and Cindy
Shoffner of 'Crestview
are pleased to announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Ashley Renee
Glover, to Travis Allen
Edmondson, the son-
of Gerald and Claire
Edmondson of Crestview.
Thebride-electgraduated
from Crestview High School
and received her degree in
nursing from the Okaloosa
Applied Technology Center.


She works at Silvercrest
Rehab.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Crestview High
School and the University
of Florida, where he
received, a Bachelor of
Science in Natural Resource
Conservation. He works
at Okaloosa County Water
and Sewer.
The wedding will take
place Oct. 4, 2008 in Florala,
Ala.


Ashley Glover and
Travis Edmondson


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Brian Hughes I
Crestview News Bulletin _


Crestview's newest councilman,
Charles Baugh, is continuing his "on the
job training," as he jokingly calls it.
Friday, Baugh spent his birthday tour-
ing Crestview's wastewater treatment
plant on Arena Road. Plant contractor
CH2M Hill project manager Paul Firgon
and city Public Services Director Wayne
Steele were his guides.
"We're out of sight, out of mind for
most citizens," Firgon said. "A lot of peo-
ple don't think about what happens when
they pull the drain plug in the bathtub or
flush the commode."
"What happens" was gushing beneath
the men's feet as they walked the catwalk
over two rushing channels of wastewater
that looked more like frothing cocoa than
H20.
Baugh learned how the cocoa churn-
ing beneath his feet would soon be clean
enough to put back into the environment.

What advice would you offer Crestview's
newest councilman ip h;i learns the ropes?
Share your t/ioiiolt- at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
City council member Charles Baugti
(center) gets a tour of Crestview's:
wastewater treatment plant from project
manager Paul Firgon and city Publi9
Services Director Wayne Steele


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's, Helen Parrish Kilpatrick
Helen Prarrsh Kilparnck -,-
cal i.el-kno.v qulter died Sur.-
d |, Jul) 2.-, t20_. She '. borr.
April 21, 1920, near Lockhart and
moved to the Christian Home
community with her parents,
James Marshall Parrish and
Grace Easley Parrish, in 1929.
She was the third of 12 children
born 'to Marshall and Grace.
She and Wilburn T. Kilpatrick
grew up only a mile apart, and
in 1942 they were wed in South
Carolina, where Wilburn was
stationed while serving in the
Army Air Corps.
When 'World War II was
over, Helen and Wilburn bought
the family homestead from Wil-
burn's grandparents. There they
lived together until his death in
1991, and there they raised five
children. Both were, members
of Christian Home Methodist
Church. For many years Helen
served as church treasurer and
Sunday School teacher.
Helen's love of quilting'was
passed from: her r-,Indmn,:thr
Ella Tompkins Parrish.' Quilt-
ing was her passion. \Vh ie r her
father, Marshall, was killed by
lightning in 1952, she used the
ribbons from funeral flowers
to crei te a quilt which :- now a

gra.:- he.r cithn HlHn pF'' id-
:d he1r t.,ni', :ind rri.:nds with,
0ult: tllat ilI kep l,-I close to
thi m tur < -jr. tr i n'r -
in Ocrlber or 200-4 Helen
:a trccd t, lI:a'. e the fam-
ily home because of declin-
ing health. She died at Baptist
Manor Nursing Home in Pen-
sacola. She was preceded in.
death by her husband, Wilburn,
and her youngest daughter, Ju-
lie Suzanne; her brothers, Cecil
Grady Parrish, James Horace
Parrish, Clifford Travis Parrish;
and sisters, Gertis Cook, Clara
Mae Brooks and Annie Ruth
Blakey.
Surviving children are Re-
becca Burns of Pensacola, Anita
Boyett of Florala, Illkne Kilpat-
rick of Panama City and Scott


Kilpatrick ot Laurel Hill Helen
a. a below ed grarnn\ and
leaE .. s behind six grandchildren
Chrit lohnson. Kim Brovwn and
Rhea Selbo, all of- Pensacola;
Gretchen Pawloski of 'Atlanta;
Travis McKinney of Crossnore,
N.C.; and Cyrus Kilpatrick of
Crestview. She also leaves be-
hind nine great-grandchildren
and one great-great-grandson.
She is also survived by four
sisters, Doris Price of Niceville,
Joyce Perdue of Florala, Myrtle
Fowler of Pace and Martha Jo
Gomillion of Florala; and one'
brother, Edward Parrish of
Montgomery.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, July 29, at Evans Fu-
neral Home with Rev. Ed Brit-
ton officiating. Interment was in
Florala Greenwood Cemetery.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guestbook for Helen
Parrish Kilpatrick by clicking on
the blue and white obituary but-
ton at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.

WileyJ.McLeod,
Wiley J. McLeod, age 72, of
Crestview, passed away Sunday,
July 27, 2008. He was born Jan.
7, 1936, in Enterprise, Ala., and
m.'-'d to Crestview in 1974. He
-.- retired materr -ergeant
with the Linited State. Atr Force
after 22 years of service, then he
worked with the Crestview Fire
department before he began his
career with Civil Service and re-
tired at Duke Field. Mr. McLeod
was a member',of New Begin-
nings Church. ,
. Survivors include his wife
of 49 years, Marion McLeod of
Crestview, one son, Kyle and
Susan McLeod of Mary Esther;
one daughter, Lawanna McLeod
of Crestview; two stepchildren,
Roxanne Davis of Hunlock
Creek, Pa., and Scott Garinger of
Navarre; one sister.
He is also survived by five
grandchildren, Matthew and
Kristen Waggy of Charleston,
S.C., Aaron Waggy of Crestview;
Alex Bannister and Kirk McLeod,
both of Mary Esther, and Lynzie
Garinger of San Diego, Calif:;
several nieces and nephews.
Private graveside services
will be held Wednesday, July 30,
at Barrancas National Cemetery
with full military honors. The
family received friends Tuesday


from pm to p m at the tu-
neral home Bracknev Funeral
Service, Crestviei, aw in charge
ot arrangements
Sign. leave a remembrance or
view the guestbook for Wiley J.
McLeod by clicking on the blue
and white obituary buttcn at
www.crestviewbulletin.cora.

William A. Fowle*
Better known as Bill or Pop
Sept. 4, 1928 July 28, 2008 /

Bill Fbwler lived a full, and
happy life, loved his family and
his career. Bill
was a chief engi-
neer in theara Mer-
tchant yeMarines,
with many ac-
complishments.
I Bill lbved
life and algreetingays
making everyone life to the
fuHe was llest. Heby mwas
William described s ay all.
Fowler "charater.ight For
Cathy, Ronn the past year he
was a volunteer
at ndaoster Samilies of Ameican,
enoisg meeting and Gene from greeting,
making everyone feel ,wel-
come.
He was loved by many and
will b6-missed by all.
BHe is also survived by his onife,
brDellFowler,; Johand eight children,
,Cathy, Ronnie "Bud," DQavid,
Wanda-chiland Shannon, andCar-
lis, Robert and Gene from a pre-
vious marriage.
made is also survived by one
sister, CresMamie Edwards,FL 32536; one
brotherJohn Fowler at and any
grandchildren and great-giand-
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Here is a sampling of what people had to say
about recent north Okaloosa County news top-
ics. Comments were collected from the Crest-
view News Bulletin Web site.

Topic: Okaloosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice Deputy Anthony Forgione killed
while trying to apprehend a man who
walked out of a mental health institution
in Fort Walton Beach.
See what happens when you elect candi-
dates who support the Baker Act? Cops get
themselves killed trying to carry it out. lust
as a country can fight back when her sov-
ereign territory is attacked by the armed
forces of a hostile government, a person
can fight back when his right to liberty is
attacked by the police force of a hostile
government, no matter what is written on
any document manufactured by the hostile
government.

We need the Baker Act because some
people are too sick to realize or know how
to get help when they need it. They could
be endangering not only themselves but
their families.

Topic: Southside Elementary mourns
the death of fifth-grade teacher Tom Rado
Thank you to everyone for your
thoughts, prayer and kind words. I only
wish he could read this. God bless you all.

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin re-
porter Brian Hughes provides fuel con-
servation tips from Europe, where high
gas prices have been the norm for many
years.
When I was stationed in Germany, I
was really impressed with the railroad
service. It was a lot cheaper to take my
family around the continent by train than
by car. More relaxing and pleasant, too. We
used to have a great train network in the
U.S. Now we just pour more concrete It is
going to take us years to catch up with Eu-
rope. What a shame we screwed up so bad.
a
I'd be glad to take the train to go to
Destin. What time does the next one leave
from Crestview? Seriously, that big wide
median down the center of Highway 85
would be the perfect place to run a com-
muter line linking the north and south
ends of the county.
*
And now Ford announces trucks
and SUVs just are not profitable. Gee,
whodathunk? Are owners of those big
trucks suddenly only just realizing how
lousy their gas mileage is? They have been
gulping down gas for years and now think
someone else should help support their
addiction.

Topic: Okaloosa County Schools con-
sider tax increase as revenues shrink.
Looks like tax increases are going to
have to be a fact of life in Florida. I guess
that and the insurance rip-off is why we
have shrinking tax rolls in the first place.

lWant to add to the Hubbub? Send Itotir
thoughts on any north Okaloosa Conntu news
topics to kyleii,@crestvrewbulletm.com, or post
a comment at crestiLiewbulletin.com i



Profundity
Brian Hughes

"You can't lose if
you don't quit.'

DR. ROBERT BALLARD
(1942- )
Oceanographer and Underwater Archeologist.
on searching for the wreck of the Bismarck


PASSING Winds of change

SSHOTS in Laurel Hill
Kyle Wright in Laurel Hl


That breeze from the people attend city council city going? today's economic environ-
north this past Thursday meetings for an accurate Laurel Hill has munici- ment).
was the wind of change sampling of the city's mood pal elections in 2009. The direction of Laurel
blowing through Laurel but it is vocal criticism. Candidates of course can Hill's city government
Hill. Bolduc took the high run on any platform, but currently is like a weather
Laurel Hill City Manager road in explaining the rea- should make it clear they vane, ready to be blown in
Tim Bolduc announced he sons for his departure, but fall in one of these camps: any direction.
plans to offer his resigna- also sounded like someone They will do all they City government officials
tion by October. with a considerable weight can to bring progress to and candidates should make
Many of Mayor James lifted from his shoulders. Laurel Hill and will ask it clear which direction they
Dunn's comments during Dunn inadvertently de- citizens to make short-term think city should point.
the meeting sounded like scribed the reason for the sacrifices in exchange for The next elections then can
farewell advice. He made city's political divisions dur- hopeful long-term gain. can allow citizens to show
multiple references to "the ing an April meeting: "We're Or ... the direction from which the
next administration" all suffering. The reason for They will do all they winds of change truly blow.
though I could be reading the suffering is to move the can to alleviate the suffer-
too much into his words. city in the direction it's sup- ing of those already in the Kyle Wright is the News
The thought here: The posed to be going." city before turning their at- Bulletin Editor. Contact him
administration has grown The catch: Some un- tention to added growth, at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
weary of working to ad- derstandably don't want (The ideal candidate of crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
vance its platform against to suffer, even if the city is course would bring long- the "Passing Shots" blog at
vocal criticism, going in the direction it's term growth without short- crestviewbulletin.com and see
Not sure if it is substan- supposed to be going. term sacrifice, but that goal his advice for incoming Crest-
tial criticism not enough So which way is the might prove unrealistic in view High School freshmen.



Cop Column: The birth of the "Terry Stop"


The 40th anniversary
of an incredibly important
day for law enforcement
in America passed without
fanfare.
On June 10, 1968, the
United States Supreme
Court recognized "Stop
and Frisk" as constitution-
ally reasonable under cer-
tain circumstances.
"Stop and Frisk" had
been used by cops for
many years before a Cleve-
land, Ohio, plainclothes
officer named Martin J.
McFadden, working foot
patrol, stopped three sus-
picious persons and found
concealed guns on two of
them.
McFadden had seen two
men alternately take turns
walking down a street,
peer into a store, walk far-
ther down the street, turn
around and return to their
starting point. The men
would confer with each
other and sometimes with
a third man before repeat-
ing the ritual.
Officer McFadden con-
cluded the men were about
to rob the store, identified
himself and found two
revolvers when he con-
ducted a "Stop and Frisk"
on the afternoon of Oct. 31,
1963.
The would-be robbers,
John Terry and Richard


CITHE C S

.with Sgt. Rick Hord


Chilton, appealed their
convictions.
By the time the case
reached the U.S. Supreme
Court, Terry had served
his sentence, and Chilton
had died.
The legal question re-
mained: When Officer
McFadden detained and
searched the two men, was
he violating the Fourth
Amendment?
By 1968, the law en-
forcement community was
awaiting Supreme Court
decisions with trepidation.
Many feared the court was
stripping them of the tools
they needed.
Two years earlier, the
famous Miranda decision
tossed out a rape convic-
tion because the police
believed the suspect when
he said he knew his rights
before he confessed to the
crime. From then on, cops
also would have to teach
a mini-civics lesson before
initiating interrogations.


In 1963, the court told
the states they'd have to
get their taxpayers to hire
lawyers for every criminal
defendant who could not
afford one.
In 1961, the Supreme
Court imposed the "Ex-
clusionary Rule" on every
court in the land, meaning
no matter how guilty the
criminal, he or she went
free if the police hadn't fol-
lowed the rules when they
found the evidence.
Justice William 0.
Douglas strongly believed
this case was another ex-
ample of an officer going
too far.
"There have been pow-
erful hydraulic pressures,"
wrote Justice Douglas,
"...to water down consti-
tutional guarantees and
give the police the upper
hand... Yet if the individ-
ual is no longer to be sov-
ereign, if the police can...
'search' and 'seize' him in
their discretion, we enter a


new regime."
The other justices con-
ceded Officer McFadden
did not have probable
cause for an arrest when he
stopped Chilton and Terry,
but ruled the temporary
detentions reasonable, and
therefore constitutional,
given the circumstances.
Thus was born the concept
of "Reasonable Suspicion,"
a legal standard for police
to temporarily detain in-
dividuals to determine if
probable cause for an ar-
rest is present.
Ironically, temporary
detention is now known
as a "Terry Stop," after a
convicted criminal who
lost his appeal; not as a
"McFadden Stop" in honor
of an officer whose excel-
lent work secured that tool
for all police officers in the
United States.

Rick Hord is an Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office ser-
geant.


Bonus Hubbub: City park vandalism


A News Bulletin article on vandal-
ism at Crestview city parks was the most
commented story of the week. Here are
some of the responses:
If parents would keep track of
what their kids are doing and not just
let them run wild at night this kind of
stuff would not happen. I'm sure it is
mostly done under the cover of dark-
ness by a bunch of juvenile thugs.
How about some lighting and surveil-
lance cameras?


The problem is you rarely see
Crestview police patrolling through
Countryview. They are more worried
about midtown than the south side of
Crestview. Step up the police patrols
south of 1-10.
*
It's a frickin' shame that this hap-
pens. We practice out there a lot, and
my kids cannot even slide down the
slide or play on anything because of


all the "art" that someone has done.
Obviously, this stuff is being done by
kiddos who live there, so just take
everything out of there and the little
hood rats will not have anything to
destroy.
*
When they catch the little brats
make them practice their so-called ar-
tistic skills with a paint brush to clean
up their mess.


Jason Mobley
General Manager
jasonm@
crestviewbulletin.com


Randy Beard
Account Executive
randyb@
nwfdailynews.com


Kyle Wright
Editor
kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com


Jeremy Cadle
Account Executive
jeremyc@
crestviewbulletin.com


Melissa Tedder
Office Manager
Melissa@
crestviewbulletin.com


Heather Gann
Account Executive
hgann@
crestviewbulletin.com


Amanda Kosche
Graphic Artist
amanda@
crestviewbulletin.com


Ann Spann
Photographer
anns@
crestviewbulletin.com


Greg Allen Randy Dickson
Production Manager Sports Editor
greg@ randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com crestviewbulletin.com


Brian Hughes
Reporter
brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com


Renee Bell
Community News
okpublishing@
crestviewbulletin.com


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Receptionist/ Circ. Asst.
sherries@
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Receptionist
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CRIME REPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


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Crestview Police Dept.
crime reports
6/17: JOHN EARL LEMON,
43, of 226 Barr Place, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
habitual offender. LAROCCA
J. VICTOR, 42, of 121 Hampton
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with being a fugitive from justice.
* EARNEST T. GOODMAN, 23,
of 102 Laurel Oak Terrace, Crest-
view, was charged with domestic
violence battery causing bodily
harm.
6/18: SHAVONNE RENEE
FISHER, 25, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
ot marijuana. LEM HENRY AR-
NOLD, 50, of 228 North Savage
St., Crestview, was charged with
possession of drug paraphernalia.
* JARVELLES MARKEE THOM-
AS, 26, of 556 Lee Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine, a Schedule II drug, and
driving while license suspended
or revoked, first offense.
6/20: JONATHAN MICHAEL
COOK, 23, of 4337 Rebecca.Road,
Crestview, was charged with
contempt of court violation of
injunction.
6/22: REGINALD RENE
SPEIGHTS, 21, was charged with
battery/touch or strike (domestic
violence).
6/25: MARGARET ANN
WOOD, 34, of 271 West Edney
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with child abuse without great
harm.
6/28: JAMES ARNELL
KNIGHT, 30, of 844 S. Mapoles,
St., Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery with a deadly
weapon and trespass after warn-
ing.
6/29: KENNETH LAVERN
FULLER, 45, was charged with
trespassing at an unoccupied
structure and resisting arrest
without violence.
7/1: JACOB A MCCRORY, 23,
of 4249 Hicks Road, Crestview,
was charged with battery (do-
mestic violence). BOB JUNIOR
FISHER, 32, of 5167 Whitehurst
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with domestic violence-battery/
touch or strike.
7/2: KELSEY JAWAN SILER,
29, of 1090 Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd., Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana, and re-
sisting arrest, without violence. *
TAMERA J. ADAMS, 26, of 6303
Davies Ave., Huntsville, Ala., was
charged, with domestic violence -
battery/touch or strike. SHAN-
NON DEWAYNE SENTERFITT,
42, of 159 McArthur St., Crest-
view, was charged with battery-
domestic violence, trespass, and
criminal mischief.
7/3: SHUN ANTWAN DIX-
ON, 34, of 793 McDonald St.,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine with intent to
distribute and possession of mar-
ijuana with intent to distribute.
7/4: WILLIAM LEE SUL-
LIVAN, 35, of 141 Lonnie Jack
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with battery (domestic violence).
* PAMELA K. CLAYBORNE, 47,
of 171 Smith St., Crestview, was
charged with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon (domestic
violence).
7/5: EDWARD W. WALLACE,
46, of 472 North Spring St., Crest-
view, was charged with battery
by strangulation (domestic vio-
lence). CARSON M. MARTIN,
60 of 202 Cross Drive, Crestview,
was charged with disorderly in-
toxication.
7/6: LISINDA MAE DEES,
34, of 329 Panama Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with battery
and false imprisonment. JOHN
RUSSELL HARVARD, 41, of 6132
Parkview Lane, Crestview, was
charged with obstruction by a
disguised person, being a fugitive
from justice and failure to appear
warrants. JOHN SMITH, 37, of
329 Panama Drive, Crestview, was
charged due to a Walton County
warrant for worthless checks.


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More interesting stories
culled from area law en-
forcement arrest reports.

Old Pals
While patrolling South
Ferdon Boulevard, a
Crestview Police Depart-
ment officer spotted a mo-
torist pulling away from
a convenience store's gas
pumps. The officer knew
the driver on sight and
knew he didn't have a val-
id driver's license.
The 26-year-old Crest-
S view motorist pulled the
SUV (which was not his)


to a halt in the parking lot
of a nearby church, but as
the officer approached the
car on foot, the motorist
sped off.
He led officers on a
chase into a residential
neighborhood where
they lost sight of the de-
fendant's car. Later they
spied it parked in front of
its owner's house.
The owner, who is the
driver's girlfriend, would
not let officers into her
house without a search
warrant, but she offered
to check to.see if he was
there. She reappeared and
stated the suspect was not
inside.


At 2:49 a.m. that morn-
ing, the suspect called the
officer's cell phone and
"stated he was willing to
turn himself in."
While being arrested
for a misdemeanor charge
of resisting without vio-
lence, he told the officer, "I
ran because I do not have
a license, and I did not
know it was you."

Spittin' distance
When a server at a local
all-night waffle emporium
turned to put dishes she
was washing away, a 23-
year-old Crestview patron
spit on her for no apparent
reason.
Another customer
asked "why did you do
that?" at which time the
spitter slugged him.
A witness said the spit-
ter "was combative and
wanted to fight." The cus-
tomer refused to fight and
asked the spitter to leave.


The spitter then struck
him on the jaw and de-
parted.
Another witness, who
said she went to school
with the spitter, stated he
"made a' scene by spit-
ting" on the server.
The spitter was not
found and is wanted for
battery causing contact
with bodily fluid and bat-
tery by touch or strike.

Unknown
only to himself
Often police reports
speak for themselves.
Responding to a local
bowling parlor in reference
to a person sleeping on the
ground, a Crestview police
officer filed this report:
"On arrival I saw a
white male sleeping under
the carport. I ordered the
individual to wake up and
he did not. I detected the
odor of an alcoholic bev-
erage eminating from his


person. I gave the male a
few nudges and he woke
up and sat up.
"I asked for his name
and he appeared incoher-
ent and mumbled some-
thing unintelligible. I
asked for his name again
and he said (his first and
last names.)'
"I asked for a middle
name and he said he does
not know if he has one."
As another officer ar-
rived, the man "stood up
and swayed and became
argumentive and yelled
at us. (He) then started to
undo his belt as if he was
going to drop his pants."
The 61-year-old-man
was arrested for disorder-
ly intoxication before he
could drop his drawers.

How to get
arrested 101
Hint: If you want to get
arrested, the best way to
draw attention to yourself


is violate traffic law while
doing the crime.
Take the example of
a 38-year-old man who
recently parked in the
middle of an intersection
while he bought pot, at-
tracting the attention of an
officer on patrol.
Stopped for impeding
the flow of traffic; the driv-
er immediately handed
over his inmate ID card.
"The driver advised he
did not have a driver's li-
cense and never had one,"
the officer noted in the ar-
rest report.
As an extra reward, of-
ficers were also able to ar-
rest the alleged dope deal-.
er (who also had an out-
standing arrest warrant)
whom they witnessed hop
into the vehicle.
Among the defendant's
property that was im-
pounded was an "Easy
Money" $4-winning lot-
tery ticket. Presumably he
applied it to his bail.


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Crestview
football camp
The Crestview High
School Camp 80 Football
Camp will be held Friday and
Saturday at the school.
Former Florida State
stars Ron Dugans and
Tamarick Vanover return as
the featured instructors at the
camp.
Dugans currently coaches
at Georgia Southern.
Vanover is the head coach at
Lake City Christian Academy.
The camp is open for
players in grades K-12.
Grades K-6 will go from
9 a.m. to 11:30 a:m. with
lunch served each day.
Campers in grades 7-12
will meet from noon to
2:30 p.m. with lunch served
at 2:30.
Registration is $70 the
day of the camp. The cost
includes a camp T-shirt and
lunch each day.

Foxwood Florida
Lowball tourney
A Florida Lowball tour-
nament will be held Friday
at Foxwood Country Club.
Registration is at 11 a.m.
The tournament tees off at
noon. Cost is $45 ($30 for
Foxwood rrembers). Lunch
is included. Door prizes will
be awarded. Four-person
teams. Pre-register at
Richbourg Middle School.
For details, call 689-7229.

Baker JV
Players grades 7-9 in-
terested in playing on the
Baker junior varsity football
team are encouraged to join
the Gators in their morning
workouts.
Workouts are from
7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at
Baker School.
For more information
contact head football coach
Bob Kellogg at the Baker
field house.

CAYA football
and cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration will
continue each Saturday until
all divisions are filled.
Registration will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon at the
CHS football field house. For
information call 398-8409 or
e-mail: ContactCAYA@gmail.
com

DeFuniak Summer
Bash softball
The Summer Bash con-
tinues Saturday at the Gene
Hurley Softball Fields in
DeFuniak Springs.
The Saturday tourna-
ments are USSA Division
One 3-5 home run low bid
tournament using core 44
balls and a Division Two tour-
nament five to open home
run using a core 47 ball.
Entry fee for each tourna-
ment is $150.
For more information call
Pete Elkins at 685-1848 or
leave message at 892-6055.

CHS celebrity
basketball game
Crestview High School

See BRIEFS B2


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Sage.Boho pops the ball over the net as Emily Summers looks on during a summer tennis game of Wipeout at Twin'
Hills Park. Below right, Tyler James sends a shot across the net.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Summer tennis camp
came to an end this week
at Twin Hills Park.
For the
26 young-
sters who.
took part in
the camp,
it has been
a summer
of growing
and learning
more about
a game they
love.
Who
knows?
Maybe a few
future Crest-
view High School netters
learned the basics of the
sport.
Two groups of kids ages
7-10 and 10-3 took part in
the camp.
Both groups took part
in tennis-themed games
that taught basic skills.
Players and parents
alike agreed it was a good
summer.
Davidson Middle
School student Amanda
Nearbin plans to take
what she learned at the
camp back to the Panther
squad.


"It (the camp) definite-
ly keeps me exercising so
I'll be ready when I start
(playing at school)," she
said. "I've improved my
backhand and serving a
lot" since I
started.
"When I
first started I
could hardly
Shit. a d fore-
hand."
Isaiah
Sledge, 11,
credits the
camp with
teaching
him to play
tennis. Now
he's. think-
ing about
trying out for the middle
school team.
"Before I started (the
camp), I really didn't
know how to play tennis.
I just learned froni my un-
cle," he said.
"I'm going to try to
play (at Davidson) and
see if I'm as good as the
other people and go from
there."
Donna Peters' daughter
Gilli attended the camp
for the second year. Donna
couldn't be happier with

See NET GAINS B2


'Before I started (the camp),

I really didn't know

how to play tennis.

I just learned from my uncle."

Isaiah Sledge


New name could change many



things for NWF State College sports


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Sometimes you have to wonder
what's in a name.
Or, in the case of Northwest
Florida State College (the college
formerly known as OWC), what's
in a name change.
If you've been around as long
as I have you probably can re-
member the early days when the
school was Okaloosa-Walton Ju-
nior College, which gave way to
Okaloosa-Walton Community Col-
lege in 1988. Most of us recall four
years ago when the name again
was changed, to Okaloosa-Walton
College, when the first four-year '


degrees were offered.
I'm not ashamed to say I think'
about things from an athletics per-
spective that's what I'm paid
to do. So, I can't help but wonder
when Northwest Florida State
College is going to higher educate
itself right out of the junior college
athletics pool.
The question must be asked:
How many four-year academic
programs can a school add before
the National Junior College Athlet-
ic Association no longer considers
it a junior/community college?
(For what it's worth, a represen-
tative at the NJCAA said Monday
that Northwest Florida State is
eligible for NJCAA membership


under current rules as long as it
offers associate's degree programs
and does not join another sanction-
ing body).
However, what will be the fate
of the athletics program at North-
west Florida State if the school at-
tracts so many four-year students
the Raider program finds it neces-
sary to leave the NJCAA level?
With eight other junior/com-
munity colleges in the state and
numerous others across the nation
making the same transition, does
it open up a new level of college
sports?
There already are governing

See NEW NAME B2


Run the Gatbrs did as
quarterback Cameron Do-
mangue gained 1,698 yards
rushing. (He threw for 806
yards and averaged 11.3
pass attempts a game).
Kellogg has no intentions
of altogether abandoning
the run for the forward pass,
but there is an indication
that times might be a chang-
ing in Baker.
The Gators participated
in a 7-on-7 passing league
for the first time this sum-
mer. With a sly grin, Kellogg
reluctantly admits the camp
had benefits for his team.
"For us it probably helps
more than other schools,"
he said. "In a small school
we can't ever, if we go on
offense, give ourselves the
best look on defense. And
the same thing defensively.
We can't put hideoutss out
there that can run. All of old-
er kids play on both sides of
the ball.
"We've played the Tates,
the Navaries, the Crest-
views, and they are just play-
ing kids on one side. So for
us, it was the greatest thing
we've done. I felt it gave our
kids a realistic look of some-
body else's best (players)."
He's especially happy
with the way the games
helped Domangue in his de-
cision-making process as he
gets ready for just his second
season at quarterback.
(The only negative Kel-
logg could find with 7-on-7:
teams focused on pass block-
ing and not the run blocking
so important to Baker).
When District 1-2B play
rolls around in a few weeks
the Gators.should be better
prepared for some of the
more athletic teams they'll
face because of the teams
they faced this summer.
"The frontrunners in
our district are Vernon and
Northview, and you have to
contend with the speed of
their game," Kellogg said.
"That has been a struggle for
us. This gave us an equal, if
not better, look than those
teams.
"When you play Crest-
view and when you play
Tate, those people match up
easy skill-wise with those
others (Vernon and North-
view)."
Kellogg is now a believer
in the benefits of playing
7-on-7.
"I think it was a great
thing we did this summer,"
he said. "I used not to like
the 7-on-7, but I think for us
it helped tremendously."

Will the Gators take to the
air this season? Post your
thoughts at crestviewbulletin.
com.


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from those involved in our community.
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor
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Ann Spann / Crestview
News Bulletin
Amanda Nearbin drives a
forehand. This is Nearbin's
second summer of tennis
lessons at Twin Hills Park.
Top, Gilli Peters prepares
her forehand backswing. At
right, Xavier Vargas takes a
cut at the ball.


court as well as improving
her tennis skills.
"You can see them
all improving and they
encourage each other,"
Cathrin said. "They
learn so much beyond ten-
nis how to be a good
sport, and those type
things."


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NEW NAME continued from B1


bodies in place for
small college athlet-
ics such as the NAIA
(National Association
of Intercollegiate Ath-
letics) and NCAA Divi-
sions II and III. One
has to wonder if there
is a place in any of
these.organizations for
school with just four
athletic teams, as is
the case at Northwest
Florida State.
* The Raider ath-
letic program and
other programs like
it provide a stepping-
stone for a variety of
athletes who decide
on the junior college
route for any of sev-
eral reasons.
Many athletes have


the talent to play at a
four-year school, but
are forced to attend a
junior college to get
their grades up and
become academically
eligible.
Others have quali-
fied for a four-year
school, but are still
developing as athletes.
These kids are the
'tweeners' who could
probably go to a small
college but are hoping
to get a shot at a better
program.
And then there are
the baseball players
who were drafted as
they came out of high
school, but weren't
happy with-the round
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Say Hello to Bobby Youngblood, our newest Vice
President at First National Bank of Crestview.
Bobby began his banking career in 1988 as Head
Teller. In 1992, at age 25, Bobby was promoted to
Assistant Cashier and was the youngest Officer
in the history of First National. In 1998, he was
again promoted to Assistant Vice President and
this year was named Vice President by the Board of
Directors. He also served as the Collections Officer
and is currently the Information Technology
Manager.
Bobby is a Crestview native, a 1985 graduate
of Crestview High School and graduated from
the University of West Florida in 1999 with a B.
S. in Computer Information Systems and minors
in Business and Finance .He is currently attending
the Florida School of Banking.

Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


The father of 3 children and married to the
former Roberta Cannon of Baker, Bobby coached
little league baseball for 8 years and currently
volunteers with the Baker High School baseball
program.
When questioned about his career in banking,
Bobby replied," I really enjoy working with the
people and our community. In my 20 years of
banking, I have seen so many people grow tip,
mature and start families of their own. Having
lived here all of my life, I have watched our
community grow and prosper. Banking is all about
relationships, working with people and making
the relationships grow. I am proud to be a part of a
locally owned, hometown bank and I am proud to
be a part of First National Bank of Crestview."

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the results.
"I think this camp has
given her a lot of skills
to try out for the tennis
team at Davidson," Donna
said. "And her confidence
has increased very, very
much."
Cathrin Owens said
the camp has helped her
daughter, Carli, off the


will hold a celebrity basketball
game at 7 p.m. on Friday in
the CHS gym.
The game will match the
CHS coaches against the var-
sity basketball team. Former
FSU football stars Tamarick
Vanover and Ron Dugans
also will be playing for the
coaches.
Admission is $5 and $3 for
players who attend the Camp
80 Football Camp.
At halftime there will be a
silent auction and autograph
session.

BAYA football
and cheer camp
Baker Area Youth
Association football and
cheerleading camp is be-
ing held at the Baker Area
Youth Association facility at
1420 Charlie Day Road in
Baker. The camp concludes
Thursday and Friday. Camp
is for ages 6-12. Camp cost
is $7. Youths also can sign
up for the 2008 football and
cheer seasons at the BAYA.
Cost for the season is $85.

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NOTICE OF FAIR HOUSING

WORKSHOP
The City of Crestview is a fair housing advocate. The City is
holding a workshop to explain the Fair Housing Ordinance for all
of the protected classes (race, color, familial status, handicap,
national origin, religion and sex). The public is invited to
attend.

The workshop is scheduled for Monday, August 11, 2008 at 5:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Crestview City
Hall located at 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida. Any
handicapped, visually or hearing impaired person or non-English
speaking person needing special assistance at the meeting
should contact Mr. Michael Wing at (850) 682-1091, at least five
days prior to the meeting and assistance will be provided.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The City of Crestview is considering applying to the Florida
Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to Seven
Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($750,000.00). These funds
must be used for one of the following purposes:

1. To benefit low and moderate income persons;
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or
blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs
of recent origin having a particular urgency because
existing conditions pose a.serious and immediate
threat to the health or welfare of the community and
where other financial resources are not available to
meet such needs.

The categories of activities for which these funds may be
used are in the areas of housing, neighborhood revitalization,
commercial revitalization, or economic development and include
such improvement activities as acquisition of real property,
loans to private-for-profit business, purchase of machinery
and equipment, construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation of
houses and commercial buildings, and energy conservation.
Additional information regarding the range of activities that may
be undertaken will be provided at the public hearing. For each
activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must benefit
low and moderate income persons.

In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City
of Crestview must plan to minimize displacement of persons
as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City
of Crestview is required to develop a plan to assist displaced
persons.

A public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the
community's economic and community development needs will
be held at the City of Crestview City Hall on Monday, August
11, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. For
information concerning the public hearing contact: Mr. Michael
Wing, Director of Administrative Services, City of Crestview, 198
North Wilson, Crestview, Florida 32536. Telephone (850) 689-
1618.

The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped
accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring an
interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired
should contact Mr. Wing at least five calendar days prior to the
meeting and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-English
speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should
contact Mr. Wing at least five calendar days prior to the meeting
and a language interpreter will be provided. Any handicapped
person requiring special accommodation at this meeting
should contact Mr. Wing at least five calendar days prior to the
meeting.

A Fair Housing/Equal Opportunity/Handicap Accessible
Jurisdiction.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to
any matter considered at such meetings, such person will need
to record 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 evidence upon
which the appeal is based.


is set for Sept. 13 from 7 a.m
to 10 a.m. in DeFuniak Springs.
The race begins at 8 a.m..
at the Amphitheater on Circle
Drive and ends near the
Amphitheater.
The Fun Run, for kids 10
and younger, will begin about
9 a.m.
Early registration is $15
and ends Sept. 5. Registration
from Sept. 6 until 7 a.m. on
race day is $20.
For more information and
a registration form-go to www.
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Loop the Lake logo in the up-
per left hand corner.

YMCA Volunteers
Volunteers are needed to
invest their time and skills in
North Okaloosa YMCA. If you
have a service to offer, time
to volunteer, or would like ad-
ditional information, please call
682-8635.

Aerobics
for seniors
The Senior Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park on Stillwell
Blvd. in Crestview hosts low
impact aerobics every Monday
from 9-10 a.m. A $5 fee ap-
plies. Call Tammy at 682-0647
for details, and feel free to pick
up a calendar for other activi-
ties at the center.


Town Hall Meeting
For residents of the
North Okaloosa Fire District





Live Oak Baptist Church
4565 Live Oak Church Road

Thursday, July 31, 2008; 6:30 p.m.


To discuss impacts of the:

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 2008


COMMUNITY EVENTS


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

GOSPEL SING: Gospel
Sing is Saturday, Aug. 9
from 2 to 5 p.m. at the
Senior Activity Center,
Old Spanish Trail Park,
Crestview. Local talent.
Free admission.


CRESTVIEW HIGH
REUNION: The Class
of 1968 is looking for
classmates for its 40th
reunion. Call 682-9673 or
683-3994.
BACK-TO-SCHOOL
BASH: Calvary Apostolic
Church at 1010 Bay Street
in Crestview will host
its third Back-To-School
Bash on Aug. 8 at the


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Old Spanish Trail Park in
Crestview.
Free pizza and soft
drinks will be served to


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everyone that attends. The
giveaway includes a free
iPod, a $100 prepaid Visa
card, school supplies, and
cash, with a total of about
$1,000 in prizes.
If you would like
to contribute gifts or
donations to the bash,
contact Pastor Charles
Braneff Jr. at 423-1198 or
682-6191.
CARVER-HILL
EVENING IN BLACK
CULTURE: Aug. 16 at
7 p.m. in the Carver Hill
School cafeteria. Come learn
more about our success.
Refreshments will be
served. Attendance is free;
donations accepted. Call
Mr. Willie C. Hutchinson
at 682-4067 or Ms. Fern
Bembow at 682-6764.
STEELE REUNION
AUG. 3: The 24th annual
John Irving Steele family
reunion will be held on
Sunday at the Blackman
Community Center. The
doors will open at 10 a.m.
and a covered dish lunch
will be served at 1 p.m.
Everyone is invited. Contact
Roddy Steele for details at
537-7051.
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at 6:30 p.m., will feature
national speaker, professor
and author Nancy Coey.
It will be held at the
Crestview Community
Center, 1446 Commerce
Drive in Crestview. Details:
689-8446.
AUG. 11 POLITICAL
FORUM for the District
5 State Representative
election will be held at the
Holmes County Ag Center,
1169 U.S. Highway 90 East,
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MISCELLANEOUS

PAWS JULY 31
WORKSHOP: A staff
workshop is scheduled for
July 31 at 6 p.m. to discuss
recent audit findings
concerning the animal
control contract with the
Panhandle Animal Welfare
Society. The workshop will
be held in the commission
conference room (3rd
floor) at 1804 Lewis.Turner
Boulevard in Ft. Walton
Beach. The public is
invited to attend.
Details: www.
okaloosafl.com or call 651-
7105 or 689-5007. PAWS
may be contacted at 243-
1525.
MILTON MEMORIAL
BIRTHING CENTER: The
32nd anniversary will be
celebrated Aug. 10 with
dinner at 2 p.m., followed
by an anniversary program
at 4 p.m. featuring the


talents of children born
at the center. The public
is invited to attend the
celebration, which will
be held at the center in
Flowersview. Call (850)
834-2946 for details.
QUILT EXHIBIT:
From Aug. 8 to Sept. 17,
the Heritage Museum of
Northwest Florida will
host Flying Needles, an
exhibit of old and new
Florida quilts, presented in
cooperation with the Flying
Needles Quilt Guild.
Members' reception:
Aug. 9 from 4-6 p.m.
Demonstrations and
activities for all ages: Aug.
14 from 12- 1 p.m. and Aug.
23 from 2-4 p.m.
Tours are available by
appointment. Admission
is $2 for non-members of
the museum and free for
Heritage Museum members
and children under 4.
Details: 678-2615 or go to
www.heritage-museum.org.
SACRED HEART
REUNION: Calling all
preemies! Were you or
loved one cared for in the
Neonatal Intensive Care
Uniit (NICU) at Sacred
Heart Children's Hospital?
Children's Hospital is
looking for all patients
who "graduated" from the
NICU since its opening
in 1972 for an upcoming
reunion and celebration at
Sacred IHeart Hospital.
The 2008 NICU
Reunion will be held on
Saturday, Sept. 20 from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Greenhut Auditorium ai
Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola.
If you or a loved one
is a Sacred Heart NICU
graduate, please call Cat
Outzen at (850) 969-1372.


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HEARING

PROPOSED ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, August 11,
2008 at 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 will hold the
second public hearing in conjunction with the second reading
and adoption of Ordinance # 1400 which is set forth by title as
follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1400
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
PROVIDING FOR REZONING 150.79 ACRES OF REAL
PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST AND IN SECTION 32,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM
OKALOOSA COUNTY'S RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN
SINGLE (RSS) ZONING TO THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW'S
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ZONING DISTRICT
TO BE KNOWN AS PUD 08-01 FREEDOM WALK;
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE
OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 150.79 acres of real property, to be rezoned as-"PUD 08-01
Freedom Walk" is located in section 5, Township 3 North, Range
23 West and in Section 32, Township 4 North, Range 23 West,
along Old Bethel Road. The parcels shall be platted as "Freedom
Walk Subdivision" and are identified in the Okaloosa County's
Property Appraiser's Office as part of parcel identification
numbers 05-3N-23-0000-0004-0000, 05-3N-23-0000-0006-0000,
05-3N-23-0000-0007-0000 and 32-4N-23-0000-0029-0020. The
PUD is depicted by map as shown in this advertisement.
A copy of the proposed ordinance and complete metes and
bounds legal description of the property being rezoned is
available in the City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North
Wilson Street in the City of Crestview, Florida, where it 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 ordinance.
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 uponfwhich the appeal
is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity Employment,
Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young July 30, 2008
City Clerk

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Crestview Wal-Mart Supercenter


manager Jon Kurpil and assistant man-
ager Thad Pelt recently presented $6,500
in Wal-Mart Foundation grant money
and matching funds to eight local orga-


nizations. The grants are distributed an-
nually to groups that are highly visible
in the community with a strong focus on
schools, according to Kurpil.


The Richbourg Middle School soft-
ball team and the Crestview High School
Dance team both received checks for
$300, but were not available for photos.


Ann Spann'/Crestview News Bulletin
Top left, Richbourg Middle School baseball coach Ryan Gillis accepts a $300 check from Crestview Wal-Mart Supercenter manager Jon Kurpil and assistant manager Thad Pelt.
The Wal-Mart Foundation money matches funds the school raised during a bake sale. "It's a good deal and we are lucky to be a part of it," said Gillis, who said the money will be
used for team equipment. Top center, Robbin Moody accepts $1,000 in grant money on behalf of the American Cancer Society from Wal-Mart manager Jon Kurpil and assistant
manager Thad Pelt. The money will be used toward the American Cancer Society's 2008 fund-raisers, according to Moody. Top right, Wal-Mart manager Jon Kurpil and assistant
manager Thad Pelt present a Wal-Mart Foundation check for $3,000 to Crestview Quarterback Club vice president Robert English. The club coordinates with CHS coach
Matt Brunson to determine the needs of the CHS football team and how the funds can be put to use. Bottom right, Laurel Hill fifth-grade teacher, Dorothy Herring will use the
$300 from Wal-Mart Foundation to help underprivileged children attend the school's annual fifth-grade field trip to the Kennedy Space Center. Bottom center, Rich Chapman
received $1,000 in Wal-Mart Foundation grant money for the Gulf Coast Boy Scouts. The money is used to help underprivileged children with registration, uniforms and to
attend scout camp. "This is a wonderful program. It would be tough to accomplish our goals without the support we receive from Wal-Mart," Chapman said. Bottom left, Crestview
High School Lady Dawgs softball team members, Renee Copeland, Courtney Luke and Kala Hullion accept a $300 check from Wal-Mart manager Jon Kurpil and assistant
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 2008


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Northwood
Kindergarten
4 4-oz. bottles Elmer's glue
2 24-count box Crayola crayons
(no Rose Art crayons)
1 8-count box Crayola Jumbo
crayons
1 plastic rest mat (thin, red and
blue trifold)
1 backpack (no wheels)
DONATIONS: 1 box Kleenex;
1 bottle antibacterial soap;
1 box wet wipes; 1 bottle
alcohol-free hand sanitizer; 1
box gallon; quart and snack
size ziplock bags; 1 box of
band-aids.

First Grade
2 24-count boxes Crayola
crayons (no glitter crayons)
1 box washable markers
2 pkg. #2 pencils with eraser
1 pair of 3- or 5-inch scissors
1 pkg. colored pencils
1 pkg. glue sticks
2 pink pearl erasers
1 pencil box
1 backpack (no wheels)


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DONATIONS: 1 bottle alcohol-
free hand sanitizer; 1 box quart
or gallon ziplock bags; 1 box
Kleenex; 1 bottle antibacterial
soap; 1 pkg. unscented baby
wipes.

Second Grade
2 24-count box crayons
2 pkg. #2 sharpened yellow
pencils
1 pair Fiskars scissors
3 glue sticks
1 pkg. wide-ruled notebook
paper
1 pkg. cap erasers
1 pkg. block erasers
1 pkg. yellow highlighters
1 box washable markers
1 small pencil box
DONATIONS: 1 large box
Kleenex; 1 bottle antibacterial
soap; 1 bottle alcohol-free
hand sanitizer; 1 box gallon,
quart and snack size ziplock
bags; 1 pkg. baby wipes; 1
pkg. Clorox or Lysol wipes; 1
box band-aids.
Do not put names on pencils
or glue; NO Trapper Keepers
or book bags with wheels.


Third Grade
2 pkg. #2 Ticonderoga pencils
2 pkg. erasers
2 pkg. wide-ruled notebook
paper
2 glue sticks
1 bottle glue
1 pair metal scissors
1 24-count box crayons
1 small pencil box
3 2-pocket folders
3 3-prong folders
DONATIONS: 1 box quart
ziplock bags (boys); 1 box quart
ziplock bags (girls); 1 box band-
aids; 3 large boxes of Kleenex;
2 bottles alcohol-free hand
sanitizer.
Do not put names on pencils,
paper or glue; no Trapper
Keepers or bookbags with
wheels.

Fourth Grade
1 18-count box crayons
2 #2 pencils (at all times)
4 glue sticks
1 bottle glue
6 3-prong folders with pockets
i 12-count box colored pencils
notebook paper at all times


DONATIONS: 2 large boxes
of Kleenex; 1 box of quart,
sandwich or gallon ziplock
bags; 1 box band-aids; 1 bottle
antibacterial hand soap; 1 bottle
alcohol-free hand sanitizer.
No Trapper Keepers or school
boxes.
Fifth Grade
2 #2 pencils at all times
1 pkg. loose-leaf notebook
paper at all times
2 composition notebooks
6 3-prong folders with pockets
1 3-4ing binder with dividers
1 24-count box crayons
2 yellow highlighters
1 ruler with inches and
centimeters
1 protractor
1 pair of scissors
1 bottle of glue
OPTIONAL: 1 box colored
pencils; 1 compass.
DONATIONS: 1 bottle antibacterial
soap; 1 bottle alcohol-free hand
sanitizer; 1 large box of Kleenex;
1 box quart ziplock bags (girls); 1 '
box band-aids (boys).
No spiral notebooks or
backpacks with wheels.


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Endo, .tcul.r and open surgical treatment of ancur m.ial and .:.cclusioe .rterial disease
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VE Mrs. Mercer
2 24-count box crayons
1 pkg. #2 pencils
1 pair Fiskar scissors
2 4-oz. bottles glue
3 block erasers
2 yellow highlighters
3 folders with pockets (no
prongs)
2 pkg. washable markers
DONATIONS: 1 box quart or
gallon ziplock bags; 2 boxes
of Kleenex; 1 box band-aids; 1
bottle hand soap; 1 bottle refill
hand soap; 1 bottle alcohol-free
hand sanitizer.


Okaloosa

Academy
3-ring binder
loose leaf, wide-ruled notebook
paper
blue and black ink pens
pencils
colored pencils
small handheld pencil sharpener
erasers
glue sticks
yellow highlighter pens
journal/composition Marble
notebook (any color or design,
but no spiral books)
pack of 3x5 lined index cards
5-pack pocket dividers ,
calculator
DONATION ITEMS: Kleenex;
Clorox wipes.



Richbourg
Sixth Grade.
Pencils: #2 and colored (12
count)
3-inch, 3-ring binder
loose leaf notebook paper
5 dividers with pockets for
binder
Small glue stick
Zipper 3-ring pencil pouch
pens blue or black & red
1 small hand-held pencil
sharpener
2 highlighters
erasers

BIRD teachers have requested:
Kleenex; Germ-Ex; baby wipes.

The nurse has requested the
following items: Kleenex; snack
size Ziplock bags; antibacterial
soap.


Seventh Grade
Pencils: #2 (no mechanical) and
colored
4 1-inch wide 3-ring binders
loose leaf notebook paper
6 dividers (for binder)
magic markers & highlighters
hand-held pencil sharpener
pens blue, black & red
graph paper quarter inch
squares
OPTIONAL: calculator -
basic four function for math;
protractor; ruler metric and
English.

The nurse has requested
the following items: KleeneA;
pint size ziplock bags; band-
aids.

Eighth Grade
pencils: #2 and colored
4 1-inch wide 3-ring binders-,
3x5 ruled index cards
6 dividers (for each binder) '
loose leaf notebook paper '
hand-held pencil sharpener
magic markers & highlighters
graph paper large squares '
pens black & red
glue sticks
OPTIONAL: calculator algebra/
scientific, pre-algebra or general
math basic 4 function.

The nurse has requested the
following items: Kleenex; boys
quart size ziplock bags; gifls' -
extra large banid-aids

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notebook paper
. 1 pericil box
pencils (no mechanical)
2 glue sticks
scissors
erasers
scissors
handheld pencil sharpener with
cover
hand sanitizer
report folder with 3 brads and 2
pockets
2 yellow highlighters
crayons
compass (Mr. Lawrence's class
only)
-markers
colored pencils

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are required for PE (Dress code
must be followed). FYI When
purchasing school clothing,
please follow the Dress Code.


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DAILY MATINEE $500
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Catherine P. "Kay"
Berridge (1906 2003),
humanitarian and
philanthropist, bequeathed
a generous endowment
from hiIer estate to
3ridgeway Center Inc. (BCI)
in support of
c o m unit y-based
behavioral health.
Catherine was President of
the Community Action
.1 .. and a founder of
The Okaloosa County
Guidance Clinic (now
"-, i Center, Inc.),
Head Start and Foster


Grandparents programs.
She was awarded the
Florida Association of
Mental Health's Silver
Medallion. Catherine was
active in the Camellia
Society, Delta Omicron
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
and St. Simon's
on-the-Sound Episcopal
Church. Catherine grew up
in Lewistown, Montana.
She attended Washington
State University (WSU) in
1929, where she met her
husband, Harold L. "Biff"
Berridge.


In 2000, at the age of Q3
years, Catherine Berridge
was inducted into the
Okaloosa County Women's
Hall of Fame. Mrs. Berridge


was the first President of
The Okaloosa Guidance
Clinic (COGC) Board of
Directors. She served on the
Board with her husband, Lt.
Colonel I larold . F" I- .
Colonel Berridge retired
from the U.S. Air Force in
1966 as the Director of
tI'Human Factors
Engineering at Eglin Air'
Force Base. Ite died in July
1980,
A I heritage and 1 bonor
Wall in Remembrance of
Catherine Berridge has been
constructed at BCl's


I hospital Drive
headquarters in the newly
named Catherine Berridge
Education Room. In
addition to an educational
program, the Bridgeway
Center Behavioral Student
Scholarship Program, to be'
established in August 2008,
will benefit from her'
endowment.
A celebration of her life
is planned for August 2008,
the five year anniversary of
her death, August 2003. A
portrait in oils of Mrs.
Berridge, painted by a local


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artist, will be placed on
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the Heritage and Honor
Walt at Bridgeway Center,
Inc.
A commemorative
framed certificate of Mrs.
Berridge's life, signed by the
Board of Trustees 2007
Chair/Plresident, Colonel
Keith Kulow, M.D., and
Julie Smith, BSN, RN, 2006
Chair/President, and Chief
-Executive Officer, Daniel
Cobbs, MPA, FACHE, will
be presented to the Berridge
family representativess.
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Legal # 100428
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2008 DR
002405 C DIVISION:
TERRANCE R.
KETCHEL
KIESHA LASHAE EVANS
Petitioner
and
ERIC DION EVANS
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: ERIC DION EVANS
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
KIESHA L. EVANS whose
address is 215 SECRE-
TARIAT DRIVE CREST-
VIEW, FL 32539 on-or
before August 29, 2008,


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and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F orida 32579, before
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a
default may be en-
tered against you
for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.1 Future
papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285. Florida Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply
can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated July 18, 2008
DON HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk


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07/23/08 NOTICE OF FORECLO-
07/30/08 SURE SALE
08/06/08
08/13/08 NOTICE 'IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
_______ nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
Jly 18, 2008 and en-
Legal # 100435 tered in Case No.
2007-CA-692 of the Cir-
IN THE CIRCUIT cuit Court of the FIRST Ju-
COURT IN AND FOR dicial Circuit in and tor
OKALOOSA OKALOOSA County,
COUNTY FLORIDA Florida wherein DEUT-
PROBATE DMSION SCHE BANK NATIONAL
FILE NO. 08-CP-795 TRUST COMPANY AS
INDENTURE TRUSTEE
IN RE: ESTATE OF J.W. OF THE AAMES MORT-
WILLIAMS GAGE INVESTMENT
Deceased.' TRUST 2005-1 is the
Plaintiff and LU2IMAR J.
NOTICE TO CREDI- SANTOS; MARIA R.
TORS SANTOS; ACCREDITED
HOME LENDERS, INC.
The administration of the SUCCESSOR BY
estate of J.W. WIL- MERGECTR TO AAMES
LIAMS, deceased, FUNDING CORPORA-
whose date of death was TION D/B/A AAMES
June 3, 2008, is pending HOME LOAN; DEUT-
in the Circuit Court for SCHE BANK NATIONAL
Okaloosa County, Flor- TRUST COMPANY; are
ida, Probate Division, the the Defendants, I will sell
address of which is to the highest and best
Okaloosa County bidder for cash at
Courthouse, Crestview SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
Florida. The names ana OF CLERK'S FRONT
addresses of the personal DOOR OF SHALIMAR
representative and the ANNEX at 11:00AM on
personal representative's the 18 day of Aug.
attorney are set forth 2008, the following de-
below. scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
All creditors of the dece- ment: B
dent and other persons LOT 2 BLOCK "T"
having claims or de- EASTIOOD EIGHT4
mands against ADDITION, ACCORD-
decedent's estate on ING TO THE PLAT
whom a copy of this no- THEREOF, AS RE-
tice is required to be CORDED IN PLAT
served must file their BOOK 5, PAGE 109,
claims with this court OF THE PUBLIC REC
WITHIN THE LATER ORDS OF
OF THREE MONTHS O K A L 0 OS A
AFTER THE TIME OF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR A/K/A 445
30 DAYS AFTER THE FRESHMAN DRIVE,
DATE OF SERVICE OF DESTINY, FL 32541
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM. Any person claiming
an interest in m"e
All other creditors of the surplus from jhe
decedent and other per- sale, if any, other
sons having claims or de. than the property
mands against owner as of the date
decedent's estate must of the Lis Pendens
file their claims with this must file a claim
court WITHIN 3 within sixty (60)
MONTHS AFTER THE days after the sale.
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF WITNESS MY HAND
THIS NOTICE. and the seal of this Court
on July 22, 2008.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE Don W. Howard
TIME 'PERIODS SET Clerk of the Circuit Court
FORTH IN SECTION By: Viki Jackson
733.702 OF THE Deputy Clerk
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE Florida Default Law
FOREVER BARRED. Group P.L P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
NOTWITHSTANDING 33622-5018
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, IMPORTANT
ANY CLAIM FILED In accordance with the
TWO (2) YEARS OR Americans with Disabili-
MORE AFTER THE ties Act, persons with dis-
DECEDENT'S DATE OF abilities needing special
DEATH IS BARRED. accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
Date of the first should contact Court Ad-
publication of the Notice ministration at 101 James
of Administration: July Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
30, 2008. view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
Attorney for Petitioner (850)689-5000, Exten-
JASON R. MOUTLON sion 7497, prior to the
660 North Ferdon proceeding., or Shalimar
Boulevard, Suite A F850)651-7497
Crestview, Florida
32536 IMPORTANT
850-689-1474 In accordance with the
Florida Bar No. Americans with Disabili-
0150126 ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
Personal Representative: accommodation to partic-
RONNIE WILLIAMS ipate in this proceeding
5959 Dairy Road should contact Court Ad-
Baker, Florida 32531 ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
07/30/08 FI, 32579; telephone
08/06/08 number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
07/30/2008
08/06/2008

LEGAL # 120078
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST LEGAL #120072
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT
OKALOOSA COURT OF THE FIRST
COUNTY FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
CIVIL ACTION CASE AND FOR
NO. 2007-CA-692 OKALOOSA
DIVISION FILE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO:F07002652 CASE
NO.:2008DR2444
DEUTSCHE BANK DIVISION:
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS IN- ELIZABETH L. STE-
DENTURE TRUSTEE PHENS,
OF THE AAMES Petitioner 0
MORTGAGE INVEST-
MENT TRUST 2005-1, and
Plaintiff, ... . ... ...


vs.
LUZIMAR J. SANTOS,
et al,
Defendant(s).


ADAM B. STEPHENS,
Respondent.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE


TO: ADAM BLAKE STE- Single white male 70
PHENS (Respondent's 5'8 170lbs. Looking for
last known address) UN- a small white lady 65-72.
KNOWN I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a good woman to share
an action has been filed ann do things together.
against you and that you Please write RLB P.O.
are required to serve a Box 876, Crestview FL
copy of your written de- 32536, or call (850)
senses, if any, to it on 689-8038
(name of Petitioner) Eliza-
beth Lee Stephens, whose
address is 1601 N. Pearl
St. Crestview, Fl 32536
on or before (date) Au-
gust 29, 2008, and file | 1 160
the original with the clerk
of this Court at (clerk's
address) Okaloosa
County Courthouse, lAl
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, NEW
Shalimar, FE 32579, be-
fore service on Petitioner Male Cat black & white
or immediately thereafter. Has 4 legs and 3 feet.
If you fail to do so, a Last seen off Valley Rd.
default my be en- between Tyner and Pal-
tered against you metto on July 22. An-
for the relief de- swers to Tripod. call
mended in the peti- 398-6490 Please leave a,
tion. message. t
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit .
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of- Found July 20th Small
fice notified of your cur- older female terrier in
rent address. (You ma Crestview (Possum Ridge
fle Notice of Current A9 area). Call 683-9696
dress, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Fu- .-- ..
ture apers in this lawsuit "
will be mailed to the ad- Ih t
ress on record .at the
clerk's office. '
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu- ...
ments and information. I PETS ANMALS
Failure to comply can re- 2100o- Pets
suit in sanctions, includ- 2110- Pets: Free to
in dismissal or striking Good Home
ofpleadings. 2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Don W. Howard Supplies
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 2140-Pets/Livestock
COURT Wanted
By: Kitty Sims 2150 Pet Memorials
Deputy Clerk
Datd: July 18, 2008.
07/23/2008
08/06/2008
08/13/2008


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Parts, open 8am-6pm, Garage Sale
Mon-ri.8-1 Sat. Appli- Fri. & Sat. Aug. 1,2
ance parts, appliance re- 8am-?
pair. 215 N. Main 1312 Jeffrine Dr.
Street, CQa 689-1007. (Coufitry View Est.).
After hours 305-8515 Tools, antiques, furniture
& misc.
A N Crestview
Garage Sale
SSat. Aug 2
Auction-Real Estate, 8am-12pm
1302 US Hwy 98, 120 Sandstone TrI.
Daphne, AL, (Eastern (Redstone Est.)
Shore Mobile. Bay) for-Toys, cloths, DVDS,
merely auto dealership tools,double t ogger
175,000 sf+/- (4+/- ac- stroller, bike trailer,
res) 29,000 +/- sf multi household misc.
use building-Aug 14 .
1:00 PM Cresview
GTAUCTIONS.COM, Garage Sale
(800)996-2877, Sat. Aug. 2
Gran er, Thagard & As- 7:30 am-12:00pm
sociaes, Inc. Jack F 331 John Kin Rd
Granger#873. Baby toys, cloths, hat
knots, queen sleeper
Foreclosure Auction. sofa, purses, books, craft
81 Acres Development supplies, crochet items
Land Gatlinburg, TN. Di- fish tank & cabinet.
vided into 3 tracts. Fri-
Mda, August 8, 10:30 Crestview
. Furrow Auction Co. Huge Inside
1-800-4FURROW, Back to School
www.furrow.com. Sale
ILook for signs
. 429 N
I 31o Hathaway St
Metal Roofing. Buy di- Across from Twin Hills
rect from manufacturer. Park.
Over 20 colors in stock, Crestview
several profiles to choose HUGE
from. Quick turnaround .. ..
Delivery available. MULTI-FAMILY
3 5 21 4 9 8- 0 7 7 8, YARD SALE!
(888)393-0335. Sat. Au 2 830-12:30,
www.GulfCoastSupplycom 3498 B uckhorn Rd. An-
--q, tique bottles & glass-
Sware, furniture, dishes,
computer monitor,
| 3220 printer, wireless router,
turntable, albums, CD's,
.,, Sheets, drapes, pillows,
,,m runuY treadmill clay pots,
oW kr books shoes me de
cor, great children's
Big Screen TV 48 in. clothing for school. Lots
exc. cond. $400. porta- of stu come shop with
ble massage table used usl 305-8319
once $150. al Crestview
682-8356 Huge Yard Sale
Sat. Aug. 2
NEW /T1OAA 5428 Old Bethel Rd.
-M. Back to school cloths
err i (boys & girls sizes 6-14).
Cherry oval dinning room Bay girl & adult cloths.
table. Good cond. with 4 Table w/ 4 chairs, shoes,
chairs, fair cond. $250. toys, misc.
689-2069 .
Crestview
HUGE YARD
NEW Tol Y SALE!
Sat. Aug. 2'7Am-11AM
105 Cardinal Court (Off
King size bed 300., Grandview Dr.) Home
tove electric) $225. decor, toys lie new) alot
desk soid oak $40. call of jewelry, foosball table
682-6Z90 kids books variety of
Leather Sofa. Beautifulthings come & look!
Thomasville, like new,
camel color, $975 .
699-8087 NEW Uuu"*
11111a Crestview
o m pl: w Multi Family
S 3230 Yard Sale
Baker Sat 7-12
Huge Yard Sale! Baby items, clothes, exer-
5888 Dairy Rd cise equipment & much
Sat 7:30 12:00 more
Furniture, household 396 Garden St
items, lots of name brand Crestview
girls clothes- 12mo. to RummageSale
& much more. RSat. Aug. 2
7am- noon
n 150 Woodlawn Dr.
NEW EUAV (behind Woodlawn Bap-
tist Church)
Proceeds from this fund
Crestiew raiser support the chari-
4571 Scarlet Dr. ties of the GFWC
Furniture, toys & misc. Women's Club of Crest-
Saturday Aug 2, 8am-12 view, Florida. For more
info. call 682-1416
Crestview
ESTATE SALE Crestview
Aug. 1 thru Aug. 8. YARD SALE
9A -3PM, 51 years of Fri. & Sat., Aug 1 & 2,
Memories. Antiques, & 632 Lone Dr. Rain or
Collectibles 159 Smith Shine 7AM-Till?
St. (85 & Long st) Please Crestview
stop byl Yard Sale
Crestview Sat 7 until
Family Yard 5580 Aurora Dr.
Sale Crestview
Sat. Am-ug. 2 Yard Sale
595 Ridge Lake Rd.(off Sat. Aug 2
Old Bethe). 7am-11 am
Lots of names brand 111 Loop Dr.
cloths, yard equip. video Something for everyone.
games etc. Crestview
YARD SALE
Crestview S Au 2, 7AM -
Garage Sale 2PM, 322 Strawbridge
(Inside Carport) Drive. Tools, clothes &
Thurs & Fri July 31 & Aug household items.
1 8am-4pm 543 John Creslview
King Rd (2 miles east off YARD SALE!
Hwy 85) Household Sat. Au 2, 7AM- Until
items, fishing gear, Har- The LaTy Rattlers Softball
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beautiful motorcycle trike sale at the Crestview
w/trailer. Nice cheap News Bulletin parking
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townhouse at 116 Lake
St. Wdsher, dryer stove
and fridge $500mo+
$500dep 682-6514
Crestview 351
Crooked Pine. New 3br,
2.5ba, lcg, $825 +dep.
499-6655 or 496-6256
Crestview
3bd 2 1/2 ba
behind hospital.
New appliance.
$750 month $750dd.
call Rosie 702-413-3229



Crestview (3 very nice
3br, 2ba, $795-$895
FWB 3br, 2ba, $895.
Like new. 850-685-5820
2, 3 & 5 bd houses &
trailers for rent. Call
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3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
111 0001 Only
19 /Mol 5% down 2
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $259/Mol For list-
58 8(800)366-9783 Ext

Century 21
Moulton Really
682-3849
Rentals:
3205 Maple Ave.
1 br, 1 ba, $675+dd
4638 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba, $850+dd
369 John Kind Rd
3 br, 2 ba, $875+dd
*513 WingSpan Way
3br. 2Y2ba $1000+dd


,
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S3 br, 2 ba, $1000+dd
S2413 HalfMoon
6100 3 br 2 ba,$1200+dd
125 Mill Pond Cove
Crestview For lease 4br, 2 1/2 ba, $1200
Commercial Space 798- __ _
A&B S. Main St.
A2273 Main Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
3 plenty of room horses
For Lease, Newly ke- welcome. $1060. mo.
modeled Commercial call Scott 546-1192
Space 176-178 S. Indus- Crestview
trial Drive. 682-2735 3bd 2ba Large fenced
S yard, po, 1630 SF.
$11d2. +o dd. 2751
Keats Dr.. call Scott

Crestview- 1 & 2bd Crestview 3bd., 2 ba,
$500 $550 mo.+dd. Section 8 approved,
some utiitys included. $850 mo deosi re-
1year lease. No pets. uuired. 537-2960 or
978-8274 or 8344767 830-7944
stvi- Crestview- 5356 Cox Ln.
Crest hlvew-1brapt, 3bd 2ba C/H/A 1yr.
698 Kenneth Ave. Co- lease. $750 mo. $750
pletely furnished utilities dd. No pets. 978-8274
incl No pets. $625.mo or 8344767
682-3166 -----------
Crestview- Beautiful
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba, brick 3 br, 2 ba, W/D,
guiet, gated no pets inc. $950mo+dd. Lease
$575mo/$550dep, 12 purchase option avail.
mo leasereq. month Call 699-3833
free rent. 585-1574
------Creslview
Crestview Inn Clean, cozy
Motel $35 daily, $165 Lm o eNo ein
weekly, Furnished effi- home move-in
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$600 4 weeks. 2br 2ba w/garage.
Call 682-4466 New appliances, paint,
Furnshe 1B fflooring. On 1/3 acre on
Furnished 1 BR for cul-de-sac off John King
mature person, no Rd., So of 1-10. $850
smoking or pets. Utilities mo. + Dep. No smokers
furnished $550. Call or pets. Call
689-1318 (850)689-2098.


Crestview, So. of 1-10
3br, 2ba, Ig. fenced
yard, large shed pet
OK. $895. 865-5875


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Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
* 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 bd/2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 116 Hampton Dr
2 br 1.5 ba, $535
* 216 Virginia St ,
2 bd/1 ba; $650
* 1704 IstAve
3 bd/1.5 ba; $700
* 202 Virginia St
2 bd/1.5 a; $700
* 329 John Kin Rd
3 br/ 2 ba, $800
* 106 Corwin Dr
2 br 2.5 ba, $800
* 308 Strawbridge Dr
3 br 2 ba,-$800
* 306 Feldon Dr
3 br 2 ba, $800
* 107 Corwin Dr
2 br 2.5 ba $800
* 134 Swayin Pine Ct
3 bd/2.5 ba; $825
* 2805 WilsonLane
3 br 2 ba, $900
* 105 Louise Dr
3 br/ 2 ba, $900
*5442 E Brook Dr
4 bd/2ba; $1200,
* 493 Jillian Dr
4 br, 2 ba; $1200
Laurel Hill
* 3650 Okaloo Lane
6 br, 3 ba, $900


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$900 per month in active
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amenities, on-site activi-
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3bd 1.5 ba, carort, 1 Grand Opening Lake-
ac. of land. $99,500 front Salel 7 Acres-
902-1869 or 902-7525 $49,900. 8/09/08
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Crestview Spectacular, level 7 acre
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acre lot no pets/smoking. house for investment. Call Lakeside Real_ toll free bUV
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850-682-1972 Navarre ,, ".

S .2150sT home on large
Crestview Lg 3br, 2ba, natural lot. 9' ceilings, 8130
doublwide, $650 separate living & dining Mazda B2200
427 Brookmeade Dr. rooms, eat-in Tdtchen. Lg. Mazda B2200
S2br, $325 2970 Mc whirlpool tub. and M8rona W Ecickuw
CartyAve. 398-6600 separate shower in mas- N 1991 Pickup
________________ ter bath. Beautiful, quiet Cold AC, new
r -waterfront neighborhood. 8100- Atiqu & Collectibles carburetor, new header,
Holt Priced' to sell at the re- 110 ars excellent body. Good on
d. 2 Ba 4 Bd 2 Ba uced rice of $260K.. 8120-ports Utiliy Vehices Gal Needssome work
Cal 2Sco 4tt d 2 Call 850 261-0322, or 81384-Trucks $2500.3056739
Call S 1192 140-Vans
685-8048 leave msg. 8150o- Commercial-
-or Realty .i218i 0- Motorcycles
Naylor eay 8170 Auto Pars
Affordable Housiny9 & Accessories cc .
DeFuniakSpringsUS,.com 8210- Boats 8140
ST L 98220 Personal Watercraft
62008230 Sailboats Great
0.1 84 Bri 8240 Boat & Marine T atF l
oParadise 8310 ASupplies $ Vehicle
Getaway to Paradise 4 710 310 -AIrcraft/Aviation 2000 Chrysler Town &
Now Make it an island Ariona Land 8320-AT/O Road Vehicles Country mivan. Tof-
s50% acaon Suites & Rush 1. or 2-1/2 8330-Campers& Trailers line Limited edition. Only
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Virginia Mountains 2 $2300.682-6505 651-0164 or 699-3444
acres on mountaintop ___
.. ,i "near New River State Ford Focus 2001 waqon
Park, great fishing, view, Good Cond.' $3800.
private. $29,500 must 902-3247
sell, call owner Folsgs1l
(866)789-8535. Police Impounds for
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Homes$9001 97 Acura Integr a EW r.iAV
ALES.TA ORSALE $99 orlistings call Alf
7100 Homes71 90 (800)366-9813, ext.
7110 Beach Home/ 27
Property 2700 sf Loq Cabin Kit 14 FT Boat, 20 HP John-
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7130-Condo/Townhouse with Free Boat Slips only A GREAT $1200. call 682-3895
7140 Farms & Ranches $84,900. Salel Satur- DEALt
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7160 Mobile Homes. 160 ,000 acre recrea- Saturn LS2
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7190-Out-of-Town est financing in 25+ owner Good cond WANTED None running
Real Estate years. Call now ner. -7 ATV'S lawn mowers anr
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