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Creation Date: December 3, 2008
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C RESTVI EW


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LIB OF FLORIDA HISTORY
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INSIDE


Laurel Hill
Homecoming

A2


Schools plan
holiday music

A3


Areaholiday
happenings

A5

WEATHER


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High 69
Low 49


Mostly sunny skies
with an increasing chance of
rain in the afternoon
Sunrise 6:28 a.m.
Sunset 4:44 p.m.

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
ARTS ........................... A3
OBITUARIES ........................ A4
OPINION ......................... A6
SPORTS .... . .... B1
BUSINESS ........................ B4
(LASSIFIEDS .................. B7

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16 Pages * 2 Sections


TRAINS MAY CHUG THROUGH CRESTVIEW AGAIN


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
WAITING FOR THE WHISTLE: Though boarded up due to vandalism, Crest'iew's Amtrak passenger
shelter could easily be opened and ready for resumed train service through northwest Florida.






All aboard

Railroad act requires Amtrak to plan NWF service


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
F or Gulf Coast pas-
sengers, the sun set
on the Sunset Lim-
ited in the wake of
Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Now even more "limited,"
the transcontinental train hasn't
ventured farther east than New
Orleans, even though storm-
damaged infrastructure has
been repaired.
With President Bush's veto
threat withdraii, the Railroad
Safety Enhancement Act of 2008
(HR 2095', cosponsored by Rep.
Allen Boyd (D-North Florida),
handily passed Congress and
went into law in October. The act


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Would you support the
return of a local Amtrack stop?
Post your thoughts at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.

includes a requirement that Am-
trak submit a plan to Congress
for restoring service between
New Orleans and Sanford, Fla.
Rep. Jeff Miller (R-North
Florida) previously opposed the
act, but reversed his decision
after Bush lifted his veto threat,
and also voted in favor of it.
Before Katrina forced the


service interruplion, the Sunset
Lir cited called at Crestview, as
well Chipley and Tallahassee.
while en route to Jacksonville.
In addition to requiring the
rail passenger provider to sub-
mit a plan for restoring service
to the Gull Coast, the act directs
Amtrak to give Congress a pro-
jected timeline and associated
costs for reinstating the service.
The act also requires Amtrak
to consult with representatives
from the states of Florida, Loui-
siana. Alabama and Mississippi,
as %well as with railroad carriers
whose tracks may be used for
such service, and rail passen-
gers.
See ALL ABOARD A2


Two killed

in weekend


accidents
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Several cars in the Crest-
view High School football
parking lot Monday morning
paid tribute to a fallen-team-
mate.
Students painted mes-
sages such as "We love you
#77" and "Remember MK"
on their vehicle windows in
honor of CHS senior Mitch
Kertis, who died in an auto
accident Nov. 26.
Funeral services for Ker-
tis, 17, were held Monday.
Kertis was a member of Our
See ACCIDENTS A2




S r- "


Remembering
Mitch Kertis
From Florida Free-
dom Newspapers' on-
line message boards
"Mitch was one of
those people that ev-
eryone knew, or at least
knew of. Football player.
senior, all-around good
guy - He will be missed
greatly."
See MITCH A2

Saturday wreck
claims Holt man
A Holt man driving on
the wrong side of State
Road 85 struck another
vehicle head-on in an
early morning accident
just south of Live Oak
Church Road, according
to a Florida Highway Pa-
trol press release.
Keith D. Cutts. who
was 22. was driving north
on 85 in the southbotmd
lanes about 2:15 a.m. Sat-
urday. the report said.
He was killed when his
two-door 1996 CheTrolet


See HOLT MAN A2


Recycling options expand for area

At last, you can recycle those extra phonebooks!


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Waste Management's recent announce-
ment that it has expanded its residential recy-
cling program is good news for residents such
as Celia Broadhead, who, like many in our
area, receives a surfeit of phone books.
"We got about five or six stacked up here,"
Broadhead said. "Where we moved from, we
could do cereal boxes and phone books and that
kind of stuff."
As Broadhead's phone book stash grew
taller, she joked, "I even thought I would walk
across the line and dump them in somebody's
tub."
She resisted the urge, she said, but still felt
too environmentally responsible to drop the
weighty, redundant tomes in her regular trash.
See RECYCLING A2


WHAT CAN YOU RECYCLE?
Waste Pro and Waste Management
both now accept steel, aluminum,
plastics, gloss cartons and paper
for recycling. There is no need to
sort materials nor remove labels.
Some materials are not acceptable:
check with your garbage service for
details:
Waste Pro (850) 689-8600
Waste Management (850) 682-
7141
ACCEPTABLE:
Cans (rinse out food and drink
See DETAILS A2


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
WHAT'S IN YOUR TUB? Waste Management has joined
Waste Pro in offering single stream recycling. Phone
books, cereal boxes, and jars and cans with labels are
some of the materials residents can now place in their
recycling tubs.


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A2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, December 3, 2008


Laurel Hill announces Homecoming court ALL ABOARD from page Al


Special to the News Bulletin


HOMECOMING COURT: Laurel Hill
School will hold its Homecom-
ing on Friday. Ceremonies
start at 6 p.m. The Hobo boys
basketball team will take on
S.L. Jones at 7 p.m. Court
members, front row from left,
are Chance King, Austyn Ev-
ans, Ryan Simmons, Alexan-
dra Castleberry, Molly Carter,
Jared Pickron, Amanda Taylor
and Seth Strickland. Back
row from left are Justin Bailey,
Amber Richey, Jacob Strick-
land, J.J. Cook, Katlyn Free,
Donald Walker, Amanda
King and Joey Okkema.


RECYCLING from page Al


"Single stream" re-
cycling, now available to
most area residents, sim-
plifies the recycling pro-
cess. Rather than sorting
trash and removing labels
from cans and bottles, resi-
dents just need to rinse
out containers and drop
everything into the same


bin. The trash company
does the separating and
removes labels.
Simplifying the recycling
process also increases par-
ticipation, which is still vol-
untary in the northern end
of Okaloosa County.
By offering single
stream recycling, Waste


Management joins Waste
Pro, which handles trash
pickup in the city of Crest-
view as well as some neigh-
boring areas. Waste Pro
has offered the service
since it took over the city's
garbage pickup contract on
January 2.
Waste Pro division man-


ager Greg Martin said re-
cycling materials that pre-
viously went into regular
trash bins benefits more
than just the environment.
"These dumps, once
they're full, there's no-
where to put waste," he
said. "If you recycle, that's
more dump space for us."


The act does not direct
Amtrak to necessarily run
the Sunset Limited itself
through the Crestview area,
but does call for restoration of
passenger rail service, which
could take the form of a long-
discussed Gulf Coast regional
train.
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle sent Miller a letter
in support of the measure,
though noting that to better
serve residents, trains should
stop in Crestview at a time
more convenient than the
Sunset Limited's previous
wee hours of the morning call.
"I have contacted Rep.
Miller and told him that I sup-
port resumption of service
but that it needs to be a profit-
able run to resume that ser-
vice," Cadle related. "I also
stated as long as train was
stopping at 3 a.m., it wouldn't
be profitable. But we are
ready and willing to reopen
our station."
Crestview's small waiting
shelter, which replaced the


classic early 20th-century
structure torn down a few
years ago, has been boarded
up due to vandalism.
"I am pleased that the
president dropped his veto
threat and signed this impor-
tant bill into law," said Boyd
in a statement. "Since the
close of the Sunset Limited, I
often hear from constituents
about the possibility of restor-
ing passenger rail service to
north Florida. This study will
get the ball rolling on ways
to restore this service that
will most benefit the people
of north Florida and help to
make train travel an afford-
able option in our region.
"Amtrak recently reported
a ridership record for fiscal
year 2008, with 28.7 million
passengers," Boyd's state-
ment noted "Passenger rail
service would provide the
people of North Florida with
more transportation options
and add an important eco-
nomic development tool to
the area."


ACCIDENTS from page Al


DETAILS from page Al


cans): Food, pet food,
beverages, aerosol spray
cans
Glass containers
(throw metal lids in
regular trash)': Food and
drink bottles and jars
Plastics (rinse out):
Recyclable containers
marked 1 through 7; food
jars such as peanut but-
ter, mustard and cooking
oil; detergent bottles;
juice, milk, soda and
water bottles; personal
care bottles (shampoo,
conditioner, etc.)
Cartons (rinse out):
Milk, juice, cream; cor-
rugated boxes (broken
down and flattened)
Paper (clean paper
only, staples and win-
dow envelopes are OK):


newspapers, junk mail,
magazines, phone books,
copier/printer paper
(white or colored), box-
board (packaging and
cereal boxes, flattened),
clean pizza boxes (no
grease or food residue),
beverage cartons, card-
board egg cartons
UNACCEPTABLE:
Metals: Siding, scrap,
foil beverage pouches,
hangers, paint cans, car
parts, toys, pipes, appli-
ances, pots/pans, fuel
tanks
Glass: Ceramics, bak-
ing dishes, Pyrex/Corn-
ingware, windows, glass
art, eye glasses, drink-
ing glasses, cookware,
fluorescent lights/bulbs,
incandescent light bulbs,


medicine bottles, coffee
mugs, porcelain, vases,
mirrors
Plastics/Foam: Sty-
rofoam/plastic foam;
take-out food contain-
ers; plastic wrap;
sheeting; disposable
cups, plates, utensils;
plastic cartons and
trays (such as berry
containers, cookie trays,
etc.); cellophane wrap-
pers/packages; foam
meat trays; foam egg
cartons; packing "pea-
nuts"; medicine bottles;
bottles that contained
gasoline, motor oil,
pesticides, anti-freeze,
chemicals or hazardous
substances; plastic tubs,
baskets, flower pots,
pails, etc.; garment and


cleaner bags; PVC pip-
ing; containers bigger
than 2 gallons (8 liters);
nalgene water bottles
(sport water bottles)
Cartons/Packaging:
Foil packs, frozen drink/
juice containers, frozen
food packages, plastic
straws
Paper: Frozen drink/
juice containers; cups;
take-out containers;
glossy boxes (butter
packages, margarine
boxes, frozen food box-
es); paper towels, nap-
kins and tissues; Tyvek
(and other "plastic" pa-
pers) envelopes; padded
envelopes; copy/printer
paper packaging; dirty
paper (pet waste, paint,
etc.)


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9foria iZJur/ison
R.eceplionis/
Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC
'our Homnetown Bank SInet' 1956!


Our newest friendly face, Gloria Burlison, is also that friendly voice you
hear when you call First National Bank of Crestview. A Crestview High
School graduate and a 5 year banking veteran, Gloria gives everyone a friendly
greeting as they walk through our doors or telephone us. Fluent in Spanish,
she manages the switchboard, safe deposit box area, lobby traffic and check
ordering, while answering all questions with a smile on her face and in her voice.
She and her husband, Daniel are the parents of a son, Michael.
When questioned about her job, Gloria remarked "I enjoy working at the bank
and meeting people. In today's age of automation, customers love to know
there is someone on the other end of the phone that cares what they have to say.
I enjoy putting a face with the many customers that I speak with on the phone.
They have all become my extended family."


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


Southside Office
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


Lady of Victory Catholic
Church and was a member
of the Crestview High School
football team.
"We always talk about
leaving a positive legacy, and
Mitch did that," CHS football
coach Matt Brunson said.
"He was a good all-round
kid. He played the game of
football the way it was meant
to be played. He played with
emotion and played hard.
And he was well-liked by kids
at school.
"One of the things I will al-
ways remember... Mitchwas
sometimes one of our loud-


MITCH from page


est kids, and after the Lord's
Prayer after the Pace game
(the Dawgs' final game), he
was going around saying, 'I
love you guys. I loved playing
with you guys, and I'm going
to miss you guys.' I'll always
remember that."
Kertis died when his sport
utility vehicle flipped at the
intersection of State Roads
85 and 123, according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Kertis, who was not wear-
ing his seatbelt, was partially
ejected out the driver's side
window, according to his
crash report.


"IusedtoworkwithMitch "This was a great kid.
at Hideaway Pizza. He was He and my son played for
a great kid! He was always the Bulldogs. My prayers
making everyone laugh and and heart goes out to the
made working fun. I'll miss Kertis family. Mitch was
him. My condolences to his a true champion in my
mother, father, sister, and book. No. 77 will always be
friends." No. 1."

HOLT MAN from page Al
struck a van driven by Lind- Kenneth J. Mastanduno,
say M. Bradley, a 30-year-old a passenger in Cutts' car,
from Mt. Washington, Ky. was critically injured in the
She was seriously in- accident and taken to Sa-
jured, as was her passen- cred Heart Hospital in Pen-
ger, Christina L. Chestnut; sacola and later discharged.
a 29-year-old from Louis- Mastanduno, who is 23, is
ville, Ky. Both women were from Crestview.
taken to North Okaloosa Neither Cutts nor Mas-
Medical Center and later tanduno were wearing seat-
discharged. They were belts. It is not known if alco-
wearing seatbelts, accord- hol was a factor in the crash,
ing to the report. according to the report.

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Wednesday, December 3, 2008


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

ADULT PROGRAMS
* Most of the 2009 First
Tuesday Lecture Series topics
have been confirmed. For a sneak
preview go to our Web site, www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.htm.
Using the pull down menu go to
"Programs and Services". If you
have any questions please call
Sandra Dreaden.
* Join our knitting and
crochet group every Wednesday
at 10:30 a.m. For more information
e-mail Rae Schwartz at bakerny@
yahoo.com.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
* Story Time is designed for
those who are at least 3 years old
(unless accompanied by an older
sibling) and meets at 10:15 a.m.
on Wednesday and Thursdays in
the Meeting Room for stories and
songs. After the program, you and
your child may do a simple craft
together. Today and Thursday
come and celebrate the joy of the
holiday season. The theme will be
"Wrap it up". We will have stories,
songs, and a festive craft activity.
Please call 682-4432 to register.
* One Monday afternoon a
month, children ages 6 and up will
put their creative energy to work
and create Crafts From Around
the World. Children can start
their craft any time after 3 p.m.


but need to finish their craft by 5
p.m. Parents are welcome to visit
once and get a feel for the class.
Then, enjoy the library! We'll bring
your child to you when he/she
finishes. Registration at the front
desk is required. We need to know
how many crafts for which to
prepare. Attendees should bring
nothing but themselves.
Unfortunately, Dec. 15 will be
the last of our travels. For our
last craft we will be making an
Antarctic Snow Globe. If there are
any questions, please feel free to
call or ask while you're registering
your child at the front desk.
* Carols, crafts, cookies!
How can you miss? Celebrate
Christmas, Hanukkah, and
Kwanzaa with us at the Crestview
Robert L.E Sikes Public Library
on Dec. 16. The fifth annual Noel
Night begins at 6 p.m. and wraps
up at 8 p.m. Family Library Time
will be filled with Christmas music
from Chanticleer of Crestview
High School, led by Kevin Lusk.
Crafters come early! We'll do
crafts while supplies last! Eat a
treat and make a Christmas tree
ornament! When you finish your
craft or if you're not into crafts,
scavenge the library and win a
prize! Please call 682-4432 with
any questions.
* Teen Time with the Wii!
is designed for ages 12-18 only!
Nintendo Wii will be available for
play on Friday afternoons from
2 to 4 p.m. Parents and family
members are welcome to hang


Check it OUT
out and use the library, but the
Wii activities are only available to
teens. If you have any questions,
just ask for Miss Janice.

STAFF PICKS
* "The Bone Garden" by Tess
Gerritson (CD Mys
Ger). I like this author
because she writes my
favorite type of crime
novel. This style in
particular makes it
hard for me to put
down the CD player.
I listen to most of my
favorite books on CD.
The style I refer to A
is the one in which
the long ago past (in
this case the 1830s)
and the present
intermingle
with the same
unsolved murder
case. Gerritson
really knows how
to capture the
imagination of the
reader (or listener,
in my case). The
story begins when
Julia Hamill buys an
old, decrepit Victorian
home. While digging to make a
garden her trowel hits the top
of a skull. After an examination
by the Medical Examiner, Dr.
Isles determines the skeleton is
scarred with the unmistakable
marks of a murder. The mystery


turns into a non-stop thriller when
papers are discovered that link
the West End Reaper, a notorious
serial killer of the 1830s, with
Julia's bone garden.
* "The Broken Window" by
Jeffrey Deaver (CD Mys Dea).
This author has always been my
favorite writer. This
series, which stars
Lincoln Rhyme and
his cohort Amelia
Sachs, really tops
my list. The story
begins with Lincoln's
brother. Rhyme
Receives news that
his brother is accused
of a heinous murder.
Deciding to put old
grudges aside Lincoln
and Sachs take on the
case, especially when
a series of patterns
begins to emerge.
Rhyme and Sachs chase
a serial killer who
complicates his crimes
by leaving behind
evidence implicating
innocent people. As
Rhyme and Sachs
zero in on the killer,
they find themselves
the next target. Again, Deaver
is at his best. This mystery kept
this reader glued to the pages
(or in my case, my CD player). If
you like this type of serial killer
mystery you don't want to miss it.
This story is available in book and
cassette form.


REMINDER
Due to the holidays there will
be no courier service from
Dec. 22 through Jan. 2. Therefore,
no reserve requests will be
delivered (for books, audios,
and movies) from other OCPLC
libraries.
This applies to requests made
at the circulation desk, by phone,
or online. We apologize for any
inconvenience this may cause.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask any
staff member, Jean, Sandra,
Anna, Heather, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice, Audrey or
Sharon.

CONTACT US
Web: www.cityofcrestview.org/
library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce
Drive, Crestview, FL 32539
(Behind the Crestview Post
Office)

QUOTE
"Gratefulness is the key to
a happy life that we hold in our
hands, because if we are not
grateful, then no matter how
much we have we will not be
happy - because we will always
want to have something else or
something more." - Brother
David Steindl-Rast.


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
VOICES RAISED: The Crestview High School Mixed Chorus raises its more than 100 voices in the final set of last year's
Christmas concert. Don't miss this year's performance of traditional, pop and international Yuletide music on Dec. 11.


Schools plan holiday musical performances


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Students of all ages, from elemen-
tary to college, in our area schools
have been feverishlypreparing holiday
concerts for the community, ranging
from cabaret-style productions to full
orchestral and vocal performances.
When a modest admission is
charged, rest assured that you will
be contributing to the organization's
expenses.
Take a break from the frenzy of the
holidays and enjoy the many talents
that thrive in our schools.
* Madrigal Singers and Bella
Voci Christmas Concert * Gourmet
dessert and stunning voices combine
in a delightful evening of sweet holi-
day music at Northwest Florida State
College's Mattie Kelly Fine and Per-
forming Arts Center. Friday, 7:30 p.m.,
tickets: $20.
* Northwest Florida Symphony


Youth Orchestra and Junior String
Orchestra Fall Concert * The re-
gion's best young musicians perform
a heartwarming concert of holiday
and classical music. Included will be
one of the first public performances
of the newly formed Junior String
Orchestra of Northwest Florida State
College. Sunday, 3 p.m. Free, at the
Mattie Kelly Fine and Performing
Arts Center.
* Davidson Middle School Win-
ter Concert * Ring in the holidays
with the joyous voices of one of the
county's best middle school choral
groups. At the Crestview High School
Pearl Tyner Auditorium, Tuesday,
Dec. 9, 7 p.m., free admission.
* Crestview High School Chorus
Christmas Concert * Bring the fam-
ily for a delightful evening of holiday
music performed by the 120-voice
award-winning chorus, including
traditional and new carols, including
the ever-popular audience sing-along


with "Silent Night." Dec. 11, 7 p.m. in
the Pearl Tyner Auditorium at CHS.
$5 adult, $2 student admission.
*.Laurel Hill School Elementary
Music Program Christmas Concert
* Presented by students from grades
K-3 in the school's new music pro-
gram instructed by Lena Steele. Dec.
16, time and location TBA. Call (850)
652-4111 for information.
* Crestview High School Band
Winter Concert * Celebrate the holi-
days with a concert of favorite Christ-
mas carols and seasonal music per-
formed by the 200+ members of the
Big Red Machine, Dec. 16, 7 p.m., in
the Pearl Tyner Auditorium at CHS.
* Baker School Drama Llamas'
"Christmas Follies" * The Baker
School drama club takes its original
cabaret-style Christmas production to
Silver Crest and the Parthenon local
rehabilitation and nursing facilities to
delight residents and their families.
Dec. 17, times TBA.


Arts CALENDAR

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Okaloosa Chamber Singers Christmas Concert
This eagerly anticipated holiday event features the mu-
sic of Bach with orchestral accompaniment, and carols for
choir and audience. Admission by donation; Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m.,
First United Methodist Church in Fort Walton Beach; Dec. 7,
3 p.m., First United Methodist Church in DeFuniak Springs.
Call director Dr. Marilyn Overturf at (850) 682-9651 for infor-
mation.

Madrigal Singers and Bella Voci Christmas
Concert
Gourmet dessert and stunning voices combine in a de-
lightful evening of sweet holiday music at Northwest Florida
State College's Mattie Kelly Fine and Performing Arts Cen-
ter. Friday, Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m., tickets: $20.

Northwest Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra
and Junior String Orchestra Fall Concert
The region's best young musicians perform a heartwarm-
ing concert of holiday and classical music. Included will be
one of the first public performances of the newly formed
Junior String Orchestra of Northwest Florida State College.
Sunday, Dec. 7, 3 p.m. Free, at the Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center, Northwest Florida State College in
Niceville.

Davidson Middle School Winter Concert
Ring in the holidays with the joyous voices of one of the
county's best middle school choral groups. At the Crestview
High School Pearl Tyner Auditorium, Tuesday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m.,
free admission.

The News Bulletin will be publishing a Spring Arts Cal-
endar in mid-January. Share your arts organization's
upcoming events with the community by sending a brief
announcement, including event name, description, date,
time, contact information, and any graphics (high-resolu-
tion JPEG format, please), to Brian Hughes at brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com.



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British playwright and
composer Lionel Bart delight-
ed theatergoers when he ad-
opted Charles Dickens' classic
story Oliver Twist to the West
End in 1960. Three years later
the musical took Broadway by
storm, and was nominated for
a stunning 10 Tony Awards,
winning three. In 1968 the film
adaptation received 11 Oscar
nominations, taking home five
of the statuettes.
This lively tale of the spir-
ited orphan Oliver Twist's
search for love and belonging
in the often-perilous under-
world of Victorian London
has charmed audiences for
nearly a half-century. Many
of its songs are standards of
the musical theatre songbook,
including favorites such as
"Consider Yourself," "Where
is Love?," "Food Glorious
Food," and "Who Will Buy?"
Local audiences can enjoy
this perennial favorite again
as part of the 2008-09 Broad-
way series at Northwest Flor-
ida State College when "Oli-
ver!" bursts onto the Mattie


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News Bulletin
FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD: Oliver
Twist asks for an extra
serving of gruel in a scene
from the musical "Oliver!;"
coming to the NWFSC
stage Dec. 16 and 17.

Kelly Fine and Performing
Arts Center main stage for
two nights only, Dec. 16 and
17. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are now on sale
now for $40 for adults and
$30 for youth 18 and younger
from the box office, by phone
at (850) 729-6000, or online at
www.mattiekellyartscenter.org.
Group discounts of $5 off per
ticket are available for groups
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Local


Wednesday, December 3, 2008


___Crime REPORTS


CRESTVIEW POLICE
DEPT. REPORTS
* KAREN SUE THOMPSON, 46,
was charged with grand theft.
10/4: JOSEPH EUGENE BE-
LANGER, 45, of 425 N. Hathaway St.,
Crestview, was charged with driv-
ing under the influence of alcohol or
drugs, driving while license suspend-
ed, first offense, refusal to submit to a
blood alcohol level tests, resisting an
officer - obstruction without violence
and open container/consumption in/
on vehicle.
10/14: STEFEN MICHAEL KES-
SLER, 21, was charged with pos-
session of drug paraphernalia and
possession of marijuana with intent


to sell.
10/16: JEFFREY SCOTT PECK,
35, of 330 Bluefish Drive, Fort Wal-
ton Beach, was charged with pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
10/17: YOHUNDRA L. FREDER-
ICK, 31, of 898 McClelland St., Crest-
view, was charged based on an out-of-
county warrant. * HARVEY LANG-
LEY, 27, of 427 Brookmeade Drive,
Crestview, was charged with aggra-
vated battery (domestic violence),
resisting arrest without violence and
child abuse.
10/18: AMANDA GOURM MAHA-
RAJ, 27, of 129 Swaying Pine Court,
Crestview, was charged with grand


theft totaling more than $300 and
less than $5,000. * ANA ESCALERA-
CASADO, 34, of 301 Noble Circle,
Crestview, was charged with tres-
passing in an occupied conveyance,
extortion/threats and battery - caus-
ing bodily harm.
10/19: RYAN DEMETRI JAMES,
20, of 315 West Oakdale Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with aggravated
battery - causing bodily harm or dis-
ability.
10/20: DONNA M. MEADE, 33, of,
427 Brookmeade Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of co-
caine. * ELDER R. MEADE, 33, of 427
Brookmeade Drive, Crestview, was
charged with possession of cocaine.


NOMC KICKS OFF
HOLIDAY SEASON:
The North
Okaloosa Medical
Center got into the
Christmas spirit
with this beautiful
tree and plenty
of decorations to
kick off the season.
Pictured decorating
the tree are
Roberta Jordan,
Stefanie Shea,
Jane Lindenberg
and Kathryn Ziglar.

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


OBITUARIES


Thelma Basham Clegorne


Chester Roy Oehler


Thelma Basham Clegorne,
age 87, a retired bookkeeper
and former resident of
Crestview, died Saturday, Nov.
29,2008 at ClareBridge Place,
Fort Walton Beach. Mrs.
Clegorne was born Aug. 20,
1921 in Moultrie County, Ill.
Thelma was a longtime
resident of Okaloosa County,
moving to Crestview from
Seatonville, Il., her childhood
home. She was bookkeeper
for the Pure Oil Company
and Parker Mechanical
Contractors, both of
Crestview.
She was a member of the
First Presbyterian Church
of Crestview for over 50
years and was the Sunday
School superintendent
for over 30 years. She was


recognized as a Life Member
of the Presbyterian Women
and served in the Women
of the Church and Circle
Activities for 40 years. She
taught Sunday School and
Bible School and sang in the
Church Choir.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of
41 years, Yubah Alexander
Clegorne, and all four of
her siblings: sisters, Helen
Basham Fenwick and
Kathryn Basham Lehman,
and brothers, John Robert
Basham and James Basham.
She is survived by her
children, Yolanda Ballard
(Ronald), Niceville; Anthony
Clegorne (Clara Nell), Ocala,
Fla.; and Dr. Alexis Tibbetts
(Buff), Shalimar. She had


six grandchildren: Claire
Ballard Covington, Titusville,
Fla.; R Douglas Ballard Jr.,
McKinney, Texas; Nicholas
Clegorne, Baton Rouge, La.;
Patrick Clegorne, Ocala;
Dr. Natalie Tibbetts Colter,
Birmingham, Ala.; and
Danielle Tibbetts, Shalimar.
Other survivors include her
five great-grandchildren,
Amelia Covington, Suzanne
Covington, Austin Ballard,
Jackson Ballard, and Katelyn
Ballard, and many nieces and
nephews.
The family extends a
special thank you to her
caregivers at Wellington
Place/ClareBridge and
Emerald Coast Hospice for
their care, attention and love.
A memorial service was


held on Monday, Dec. 1 at 3
p.m. at the First Presbyterian
Church, 492 N. Ferdon Blvd.,
Crestview. Mrs. Clegorne
was active in church and
community activities
involving children and
education. She was a loving
mother and grandmother
and a natural caregiver. In
keeping with Mrs. Clegorne's
wish to care for children,
she requested that in
lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions be made to
Thornwell Home and School
for Children, Post Office Box
60, Clinton, SC 29325.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Thelma
Clegorne online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Mitchell Lee Kertis II


Mitchell Lee Kertis, II,
age 17, of Crestview, died
Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008
from injuries received in
an automobile accident. He
was born in Wildmor, Calif.
on July 17, 1991.
Mitchell was a member
of Our Lady of Victory
Catholic Church, a senior in
the class of 2009
and a member of the


Crestview High School
football team.
Survivors include his
parents, Mitchell and Ileana
Kertis of Crestview; sisters,
Tanya, Anita and Kristy;
maternal grandparents,
Richard and Allicia Garcia,
paternal grandparents,
Linda and George Kertis; 7
nieces and nephews; uncles
Richard and Robert Garcia,


Alex and Jeff Kertis; aunts,
Diane Kertis and Keanne
Martinez.
The family received
friends Sunday from 6
to 8 p.m. with a rosary
being recited at 7:30 p.m.
at Crestview Memorial
Funeral Home.
Funeral services were
conducted at 10 a.m.
Monday, Dec. 1 at Our


Lady of Victory Catholic
Church. Burial followed at
the Liveoak Memorial Park
Cemetery.
Crestview Memorial
Funeral Home has been
entrusted with the funeral
arrangements. You may
offer condolences, share
memories and sign the
guest book at www.
crestviewmemorialfh.com.


Chester Roy Oehler, age
77, a resident of Crestview,
passed away Tuesday, Nov.
25, 2008 in Crestview. He
was born in Fredericksburg,
Texas on Nov. 7, 1931 to
the late Willie and Alvina
Krause Oehler.
He faithfully served his
country in the U.S. Army
for 25 years, including the
Vietnam War and service
in Korea and Europe, and
retired as SFC in 1973.
Chester then owned
and operated an appliance
repair and heating-air
conditioning business for
several years. He was
a member of Woodlawn
Baptist Church in
Crestview, and was a
lifetime member of VFW
and a founding member of
the National Museum of the
U.S. Army.
In addition to his parents,
Chester was preceded
in death by a brother,
Wilbert Grenwelge, a
sister, Eleanora Mask, and
his grandson, Benjamin
Bettenhausen.
He is survived by his
wife, Edeltraut (Teddy)
Oehler; two sons, Michael
Oehler and Christopher
Oehler and wife, Sharon;
a daughter, Cinthia
Bettenhausen, and husband,
Victor; a brother, Gordon
Oehler and wife, Diana;
two sisters, Mary Jane
Reeh and husband James,
and Betty Lou Bartek and
husband, Walter; sister-


in-law, Vernell Grenwelge;
grandchildren, Matthew
Oehler, Rachel Oehler,
Katie Oehler, Valerie
Trommater and husband,
Matthew, Crystal Wolthuis
and husband, Andrew;
Caleb Bettenhausen and
wife, Mindy, Jennifer Siren
and husband, Terry, Ryan
Lewis and Jamie Lewis;
great-grandchildren,
Autumn Wolthuis, Aiden
Wolthuis, Natalie Wolthuis
and Elijah Siren. He also
leaves behind many nieces
and nephews that loved him
dearly.
A celebration of
Chester's life was held at
11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2
at the chapel of Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home in
Crestview. Interment with
full military honors followed
at 2 p.m. at Barrancas
National Cemetery in
Pensacola, Fla.
In lieu of flowers,
the family suggests
contributions to Covenant
Hospice, 370 W Redstone
Ave., Crestview, FL 32536
or to the National Museum
of the U.S. Army, PO. Box
96281, Washington, D.C.
20090-6281, in Chester's
memory. Arrangements
are under the direction of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home, Crestview.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Chester
Oehler online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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Holiday Happenings


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Halls are decked

for holiday tour
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
All over Crestview folks have started hauling the
Christmas decorations down from the attic, untan-
gling strands of lights, fluffing garland and gazing
fondly at heirloom tree ornaments as each is care-
fully unwrapped from its tissue paper nest.
For many, their festively decorated home will
host friends and family members for Christmas
parties.
For three Crestview families, their respective el-
egantly decorated homes will host upwards of 200
neighbors, many
of whom they've
CHRISTMAS IN never even met, in
CRESTVIEW TOUR one marathon after-
noon.
OF HOMES The GFWC
When: 1:30-5:30 Women's Club of
p.m. Sunday Crestview invites
Where: Beginning the public to its an-
at the GFWC Women's nual "Christmas in
Club of Crestview club- Homes" on Sundayr of
house, 150 Woodlawn from 1:30 to 5:30
Drive, behind Wood- p.m.
lawn Baptist Church. "Three lo-
Admission: dona- cal homes will be
tion of $10 for adults beautifully and lov-
and $5 for children ingly decorated for
under 12. Tickets are the holidays," said
available at the club- member Bonnie
house on the day of the Patterson. "Every
tour or at each individ- home will be unique
ual home. and inspiring!"
Visitors will get
Information/ to see some truly
Tickets: 217-5869 or creativedecorations
682-1416. and get some ideas
Refreshments will for festooning their
be served at the club- own homes. The
house. donation requested
to take the tour will
benefit the charities
adopted by the club.
"It is just great," said Jeri Jones, the club's sec-
ond vice president. "We do this every year. It is one
of our biggest fund-raisers for our charities."
In addition to local beneficiaries that include
Sharing & Caring and battered women organiza-
tions, the club also historically supports Hacienda
Girls' Ranch, a nationwide refuge for runaway,
abused, neglected or abandoned girls. Operated by
the Children's Home Society of Florida, there are
several Hacienda Girls' Ranches throughout the
state, including Panama City.
"Our members are so glad to do this," Jones said.
"It is so awesome how some people decorate."


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEWNEWS BULLETIN
CHRISTMAS PRESENCE: Representatives of five of the six local Beta Sigma Phi chapters
recently celebrated the Christmas season by donating more than 100 presents for
Toys For Tots. From left (including chapter names) are, Melinda Manchee, area Toys
For Tots coordinator; Ethel George (Xi Psi), Tonia Lawson (Zeta Delta), Ruth Lusk (Ep-
silon Master), Judith Creech (Laureate Omicron), and Patty Cook (Preceptor Delta).

BETA SIGMA PHI
According to its Web site, www.betasigmaphi.org, Beta Sigma Phi is an inter-
national women's friendship network. It also provides educational programs to its
members and opportunities for service to others. The network includes women of
all ages, interests, and educational and economic backgrounds, and is the largest
organization of its kind in the world. For information about Crestview-area chapter
membership and activities, call Patty at (850) 685-5580.


Enjoy holiday
music in Downtown
Crestview

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Historic
Preservation Board will spon-
sor a program of Old Time
Christmas Music in down-
town Crestview on Friday.
The event will be held on
Main Street in the circle at the
intersection of Courthouse
Terrace from 6:30 p.m. until
8:30 p.m. The public is invited
to attend and enjoy Christmas
music presented by the Mass
Choir of the Macedonia Mis-
sionary Baptist Church along
with a variety of other soloist
and local choirs.


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Five of the six Crestview area Beta
Sigma Phi chapters gathered for an
early Christmas party Nov. 18.
When it came time for presents to
be distributed, the winner was Toys
For Tots.
More than 100 toys were present-
ed to Melinda Manchee, coordinator
for the North Okaloosa Toys For Tots
drive.
"In addition to food, fellowship
and Christmas-themed activities,
the function served as a fundraiser
for Toys For Tots," explained spokes-
woman Beth Brant. "Each member
that attended was asked to bring at
least one new, unwrapped toy for the
drive."
Chances on gift baskets were raf-
fled and the proceeds also donated
to Toys For Tots. Approximately 40
ladies attended.


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HUBBUB

Here is a sampling of what people had to
say about recent north Okaloosa County news
topic. Comments were collected from the crest-
viewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Former Baker teacher Jimmie Ates,
convicted in 1998 in the murder of his wife,
granted hearing Dec. 17 to determine if sen-
tence should be vacated.
Good Luck Jim. There are a lot of people you
believe in you. We know you are innocent.

It's a cold sad day in that family's world to see
their loved one's murderer about to be set free
over bullet fragments.

Topic: Crestview soldier recalls meeting
with President-Elect Obama
Congratulations CW Jayson 0. Lowery! And
reassuring to hear your positive words about our
new commander-in-chief. That might help calm
the fears of some local doom-and-gloom purvey-
ors. Keep up the good work for our country and
its interests. You are in our prayers.

Topic: Okaloosa County and North Okaloo-
sa Fire District at odds over lease agreement
for new facility at Bob Sikes Airport.
I'm quite sure that the NOFD put its fair
share of money into finishing that building, and
they are partial owners of that building. So my
question is, why would they need a lease to use
the building?

Oh sure, now that the building is completed
and the Fire District is doing what it's constitu-
ents want by consolidating, the County wants to
step in and try and be the Big Boys and screw
things up. That building was built for the fire de-
partment, leave them alone and let them move
into their new home.

Topic: Golf tournament benefits Sharing
and Caring
Thanks so much to our Air Force for being
such a valuable part of our community in so
many different ways. In addition to being protec-
tors and defenders of our freedoms you also are
involved in many different community service
functions. Thank you so much for adding the
Crestview Sharing and Caring to the list of won-
derful things you do!

Topic: News Bulletin's James Bond trivia
contest spurs memories for local resident
I took the gal who is now my wife of over 40
years to see a James Bond movie for one of our
first dates. I can't recall its title because my
mind was not entirely on the movie!

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your
thoughts on any north Okaloosa County news
topic to kylew@crestviewbulletin.com, or post
your thoughts at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Is it not enough for one of us to see an
angel in order for all of us to believe in
other angels?"

PARACELUS
(1493 -1541)
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PASSING SHOTS



NOFD debate raises other interesting questions


The discussion over
the North Okaloosa Fire
District's referendums
requesting an ad valorem
funding option created
some of the most passion-
ate debates on the
Crestview News Bul- .
letin Web site over
the past year. r
The question over
whether the NOFD .
proposal should or
should not pass has
been answered. The KYLE
voters have spoken (850)
- twice - and re-
soundingly voted no during
both the primary election
and general election.
Other questions connect-
ed to the issue still persist.

Exactly how does
a department's ISO
rating affect home
insurance rates?
One of the NOFD's main
arguments in support of the
village proposal centered
on the possible affect on
district residents' home
insurance costs if the pro-
posal failed.
The department said
residents' savings in home
insurance would offset the
increased tax.
The district said it based
its figures on information
provided by a pair of insur-
ance agents.
On the flip side, a
spokesperson for a group
that opposed the NOFD's
proposal said three insur-
ance agents told him "it's
not true" that insurance
rates would skyrocket with-
out passage of the amend-
ment.
Who's right?
A Google search reveals
frighteningly little public
information on the subject.
The most specific document
I could find came from the
Village of Howard (Wis.).
Using the information from
the folks in Howard, some
NOFD residents would ex-
pect to pay five additional
cents for every 63 cents
they currently pay for home
insurance if the depart-
ment's ISO rating falls from
a 5 to a 7. According to the


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Howard document, some
NOFD residents would
expect to pay 30 additional
cents for every 63 cents
they currently pay for home
insurance if the depart-
ment's ISO rating
S falls from a 5 to a 9.
(Do a Google search
for "Village of How-
ard ISO" if you want
to see the numbers
;, for yourself).
The conclusion
WRIGHT here remains the
12.6524 same as it was in
August: Go see your
insurance agent to deter-
mine exactly how an ISO
rating change would affect
you.

Should we all put
"1 voted Yes on
Amendment 1" signs
in our yards?
If the Crestview News
Bulletin hit a revenue or
readership slump, would we
dare put a notice in the pa-
per saying something to the
effect of "You might notice
our paper isn't very good
today, but that is the fault of
advertisers and readers for
not supporting us"?
Never in a million years.
Yet a few comments in
local publications following
the defeat of the millage
rate proposal conveyed this
message: "If your fire pro-
tection gets worse, then it's
your fault for not support-
ing us."
The saying, "Don't get
bitter; get better" should
apply here. Lose the bitter-
ness and figure out how to
carry on as effectively as
possible.
Do it for the sake of the
38 percent of voters who
supported the NOFD pro-
posal, if nothing else.
I would suggest pur-
chase of a newspaper ad
apologizing for any per-
ceived animosity, except...

Should tax money
be used in political
campaigns?
State Sen. Don Gaetz (R-
Niceville) has announced
he will sponsor legislation


that would forbid spending
of tax dollars in political
campaigns.
Gaetz didn't refer the
NOFD by name, said he
took interest in the issue
"when a fire district in
his home county used tax-
payer funds to buy news-
paper advertising urging
voters to approve a tax
increase."
The legislation likely will
sail through the legislature.
Lawmakers love to attach
their names to this kind of
pro-taxpayer idea.
Three thoughts:
First, it's hard to argue
against the logic of the pro-
posed legislation.
Second, it won't really
change anything. A person
need only brainstorm for a
few minutes to think of easy
ways to get around such
legislation.
Finally, it's a little scary
the public needs the govern-
ment to point out when it
should be outraged about an
issue. Only a few people pub-
licly questioned the cost of
the NOFD's advertisements
during the campaigns. The
number of people who con-
tacted the NOFD to express
concerns about the use of fire
department funds for politi-
cal advertising likely can be
counted on one hand -
and maybe less. Yet a
whole bunch of people likely
will jump on the bandwagon
to support Gaetz's legislation.

When is a lease not a
lease?
The NOFD saga took
another twist last week
when Okaloosa County told
the district it would not
have access to the adminis-
trative portion of a new fire
safety building at Bob Sikes
Airport until a new lease
agreement was signed.
The NOFD called the
action a "lockout."
The NOFD and the
county agreed to a lease for
the building in 2003. County'
airports director Greg
Donovan told the NOFD
the airport does not agree
that past agreements are
applicable or valid to the
new building, and that the


county would violate FAA
grant assurances without a
signed interlocal agreement
for services in exchange for
county money invested.
I'm not a lawyer, so I
can't say there might not
be some legal precedent for
the county's action.
NOFD attorney Toni
Craig is a lawyer, and she
disagreed vehemently, say-
ing the 2003 document is -
still a valid contract.
The thought here: I sure
hope the people with whom
I have signed contracts can-
not break them simply by
"not agreeing they are valid
or applicable."

What should the NOFD
do next?
This is the most impor-
tant question of all.
The NOFD commission-
ers voted to put together a
survey asking district resi-
dents how the department
should proceed.
NOFD residents should
make an honest effort to
provide thoughtful, useful
answers.
The NOFD simply can't
maintain its current ca-
pabilities with its current
funding. NOFD commis-
sioner Julie Slezia said
at the most recent com-
missioners' meeting that
the department accepted
grants to increase staffing
in response to perceived
residents' wishes for in-
creased pay for a greater
number of firefighters.
Those grants are about-
to expire. If residents do
not wish for increased pay
for more firefighters, they
have an obligation to tell the
commissioners what they
do want.
It is no more fair for
NOFD residents to say, "We
want the same fire protec-
tion we've always had but
we're not willing to pay for
it" than for the NOFD to
say, "If your fire protection
gets worse, then it's your
fault for not supporting us."

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.


ASK THE ATTORNEY


Dealing with guests who overstay their welcome


The holidays are a time
for gathering with family
and friends. But what do
you do when a guest will not
leave when it's time to go?
A reader recently con-
tacted me with just
this question. She
has family members
who opened their
home to a nephew
who was down on his
luck, allowing him to
move in until he got
back on his feet. Un- NATHAI
fortunately, "Neph- (850)
ew" turned out to be
less than gracious
and has worn mightily on
the patience of his hosts.
Worse yet, the host fam-
ily turned out to be a bit
too gracious. When they
finally decided to politely
send Nephew on his way, he
decided he'd really rather
stay. After all, the food was
good and he couldn't beat
the price.
The host family had
apparently exhausted all
measure of subtle sugges-
tion. Even direct pleas for
Nephew to vacate were un-
successful. The reader was
hoping to be able to pass
along a bit of advice on just
how to legally give Nephew
the boot.
What do you do if a
family member or friend
has overstayed his or her
welcome but ignores your
polite suggestions that it is
time to move on?


ND
68


First would be to directly
request the offending guest
find more suitable accom-
modations. Failing that,
you might try to involve
other family members who
hold sway over your
guest to help make
the point that it is
time to move on.
Only the most oblivi-
ous and self-serving
"friend" or family
member would chal-
I.BOYLES lenge your author-
9-8505 ity to remove them
from your own
home. Yet it does
happen.
- And you might be sur-
prised to know that, at least
in Florida, you can't just call
the sheriff to have Nephew
hauled out by his ankles. If
you were to call on law en-
forcement and the offending
guest can show some proof
of a right to possession,
such as mail addressed to
them at that location, you
likely will be told there is
nothing that can be done
until you present a court
order. By allowing someone
to live in your home you are
granting certain legal rights
to that person. If they don't
leave voluntarily, you may
be forced to resort to one or
more legal processes.
If your guest pays you
any type of compensation
in exchange for lodging,
they are probably entitled to
the protections of Florida's


By allowing someone to
live in your home you are
granting certain legal
rights to that person.
If they don't leave
voluntarily, you may be
forced to resort to one or more
legal processes.


landlord tenant statute
(Chapter 83) regardless of
any familial relationship.
If Chapter 83 applies, you
can expect to spend several
hundred dollars just in filing
fees and costs, not tomen-
tion attorney's fees. In addi-
tion, the entire process can
take two weeks or more and
your guest will have an op-
portunity to make a defense
in front of a County Judge.
Even if you allow your
guest to stay free of charge,
you can't legally change the
locks and move their be-
longings to the curb. More
likely, you will be forced to
file an action for ejectment
to remove your unrelenting
houseguest. Ejectment is
a legal request to have the
Court order the removal of
someone who is wrongfully
in possession of property.
Because of the procedural
differences between evic-
tion and ejectment, it can
actually take longer to


remove a guest that you
have allowed to stay without
paying.
Of course, all this is not
to say that you shouldn't
open your doors to a family
member or friend in need.
You should, but you should
do so cautiously, and you
should set firm ground
rules about things such as
duration in advance and
preferably in writing.

Nathan D. Boyles, At-
torney at Law, practices
at 204 N. Main St.; Crest-
view, FL 32536. He can be
reached at 689-8505. His
column will appear on
the first Wednesday of the
month. This column is in-
tended for general educa-
tional and entertainment
purposes and is not legal
advice. Every situation is
unique. If you have a legal
issue you should contact
a lawyer who can provide
counsel.





Wednesday, December 3, 2008


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


News BRIEFS


Elections office to close
early Thursday
The Supervisor of Elections Of-
fice at 302 N. Wilson St. in Crestview
and 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd. in Fort
Walton Beach will close at 3 p.m.
Thursday Call 689-5600 or 651-7272
with any questions. Both locations
will reopen at 8 a.m. Friday.

Prosecutors unsure if they
would retry Ates case
Jimmy Ates could be a free man
by Christmas.
Ates, who was sent to prison for
life after he was convicted in 1998
of murdering his wife, has been
granted a hearing Dec. 17 to deter-
mine whether the sentence should
be vacated.
Okaloosa County Circuit Judge
William Stone will be asked to de-
cide whether Ates will get a new
trial if the sentence is vacated.
It is possible prosecutors won't
even opt to try the case again.
' "We don't yet know what we're
going to do with this case," said
geoffrey Fleck, the assistant
state attorney in the 8th Judicial
Circuit who recommended that
Ates be retried.


"It's going to take an analysis
of the availability of witnesses and
the strength of the case in light of
the passage of time and evidence
that may not be available to us any
more," Fleck said.
The Innocence Project, a group
dedicated to freeing people wrong-
ly convicted of crimes, has agreed
to provide legal help to Ates at the
hearing.
"We're hoping he'll be able to
walk from the courtroom a free
man," said Seth Miller, executive
director of the Innocence Project in
Florida.
If Stone decides a new trial is in
order, Miller said his legal team will
seek to obtain a bond for their cli-
ent.
Stone set the hearing Thursday
after receiving Fleck's request for a
new trial.
Ates, a teacher at Baker School,
was tried in 1998 for the 1991 mur-
der of Norma Jean Ates. Norma
Ates was found on the floor of her
burning home. She had been shot
several times with a .22-caliber pis-
tol.
Prosecutor Rod Smith con-
vinced a jury that Ates had shot his
wife, set a delayed reaction fire and
hustled over to the school for a bac-
calaureate event.


Fleck requested the new trial af-
ter reviewing a Mnotion from Ates to
vacate the sentence.
- Tom McLaughlin / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

NOFD, county at odds over
airport station lease
The North Okaloosa Fire Dis-
trict's effort consolidate its resourc-
es at a new building at the Bob.
Sikes Airport got locked up early
last week when county authorities
informed the department it could
not occupy the administrative por-
tion of the building until a new lease
agreement in concluded.
In response to what the NOFD
termed a "lockout", the district's
commissioners last Wednesday
morning unanimously voted to au-
thorize the district's attorney to
submit a written breach of agree-
ment notice to the county, pursuant
to a clause in a 2003 lease agree-
ment between the NOFD and Oka-
loosa County regarding the station.
District attorney Toni Craig said
she planned to submit the notice to
the county the same day.
County officials told the NOFD
the administrative areas of the
building will remain closed until the
two sides agree on a lease agree-


ment. The equipment bays remain
open.
The NOFD motion included lan-
guage authorizing Craig to "seek
appropriate injunctive relief from
the court," after expiration of the
10-day period to seek a remedy, as
stipulated in the 2003 lease. The
NOFD commissioners emphasized
they first would prefer to meet with
county officials to try to resolve ex-
isting differences. Craig said she
would not seek court action without
meeting with NOFD commission-
ers.
The NOFD and the county had
been working toward a new lease
agreement. At issue in the disagree-
ment over immediate NOFD ac-
cess to the building is the 2003 lease
agreement between the sides.
Craig said the 2003 lease allows
the NOFD to occupy the structure
immediately. She cited a clause
in the lease stating, "NOFD does
hereby lease from Okaloosa the
as-built fire protection facility. In
exchange, NOFD agrees to furnish
general aviation fire support cover-
age at Bob Sikes Airport."
Okaloosa County Airports Direc-
tor Greg Donovan wrote in e-mails
to the NOFD that the airport does
not agree that past agreements
are applicable or valid to the new


building, and that the county would
violate FAA grant assurances with-
out a signed interlocal agreement
for services in exchange for county
money invested.
- Kyle Wright / Florida Free-
dom Newspapers

Man threatens neighbors,
horses with pellet gun
A Crestview man who threat-
ened to kill his neighbors - and
later, some horses in a nearby pen
- with what turned out to be a pel-
let rifle has been charged with as-
sault.
The complainant told deputies
that his neighbor trespassed onto
his property on Northwood Road.
After being ordered off the prop-
erty, the man returned to the fence
line with what the complainant
believed was a shotgun "or some
high-power firearm of some sort,"
the arrest report said.
The suspect allegedly pointed
the weapon and threatened to kill
them. As they fled the fence line, he
pointed the rifle at a pen of horses
and said he was going to kill the ani-
mals too, the report said.
He faces a Dec. 16 court date.
- Florida Freedom Newspa-
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Wednesday, December 3, 2008 . www. crestviewbu11e tin. com Page 1


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school boys
basketball
SWest Coast Baptist at
Laurel Hill, JV 6 p.m./
V 7:15 p.m.
Choctaw at Crestview,
JV 5:30 p.m./V 7 p.m.

High school boys
soccer
Fort Walton Beach at
Crestview, JV 5 p.m./
V 7 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
S Baker at Jay, JV 5:30
p.m./V 6:45 p.m.
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beadh, 5 p.m./6:30 p.m.

Middle school
basketball
Davidson at Richbourg,
Boys 5 p.m./Girls 6:30
p.m.

Middle school soccer
Ruckel at Davidsion, Boys
5 p.m./Girls 6:15 p.m.
Liza Jackson at Richbourg,
,Boys 5 p.m./Girls 6:15
p.m.
* Friday
High school boys
basketball
Baker at Freeport, JV 6
p:m./V 7:15 p.m.
SLJones at Laurel Hill,
(Homecoming) V only, 7
p.m.
High school girls
basketball
� Gulf Breeze at Crestview
JV 5 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.

High school boys
soccer
Choctawhatchee at
Crestview, JV 5 p.m./V 7:30
p.m.

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Crestview at Timber Wolif
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FOOTBALL 2008





SEASON IN REVIEW


Gator football program


marks end of an era


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - When Florida High
beat Baker 34-0 in the first round
of the Class 2B football playoffs
on Nov. 21, it marked the end of
not only the season, but also an
era for the Gators.
A Baker squad that three
years ago finished 0-9 in coach
Bob Kellogg's first season at the
helm completed a turnaround.
The 2008 Gators finished the
year 6-5, were District 1-2B run-
ners-up and went to the playoffs.
Baker was inches from win-
ning the district championship,
stopped only by an overtime fum-
ble on the goal line against Ver-
non on Halloween night.
The fumble gave the Yellow
Jackets a 17-14 win and set up a
shootout between Baker, Vernon
and South Walton. The Seahawks
won the shootout, forcing the Ga-
tors to settle for second place in
the district.
"We felt like we should have
beat Vernon," Kellogg said. "If we


beat Vernon that night, we win
the district championship. But
we finished second because we
didn't put it in the end zone."
Kellogg won't remember this
team for the final loss, or even the
loss to Vernon. He will remember
a group that played very close to
its potential.
"I thought our kids had a good
year for the talent we had," Kel-
logg said. "As we look back we
are disappointed because realis-
tically we thought we could have
been 8-2.
"We feel like probably the big-
gest disappointment is we could
have won the district champion-
ship. I think those are the two big
disappointments."
At the beginning of the sea-
son, a lot of people told Kellogg
the Gators would be successful if
they finished with a 5-5 record.
"We felt like we had a chance
to beat Walton (a 28-22 loss on
Oct. 17), which we shouldn't
have," Kellogg said. "That game

See GATORS B2


. . . ....











DUAL THREAT: Baker quarterback Cameron
Domangue could hurt opponents with his legs
or his arm.


BILL GAMBLIN I Florida Freedom Newspapers
TOP TACKLER: Gabe Goodson, left, led the Crestviewv football team in tackles during the 2008 season.


Dawgs end up-and-down season in playoffs


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
The 2008 high school football sea-
son was one of highs and lows, winning
streaks and losing streaks for Crest-
view.
The Bulldogs started the year with
an impressive 62-13 win at Jacksonville
Paxon and then dropped their home.


opener 28-26 to Niceville.
After squeaking by West Gadsden
5-3, Crestview went on a three-game
losing streak before rebounding with a
four-game winning streak.
Crestview lost its District 2-4A open-
er to Choctawhatchee 31-28.
Two weeks later, the Dawgs started
their winning streak with a 14-13 win
over then-unbeaten district favorite


Fort Walton Beach to get back in the
hunt. A 14-7 win over Navarre on Nov. 7
sent Crestview into a district shootout
with Choctaw and the Vikings.
Crestview beat the Indians in the
first quarter of the shootout and lost to
the Vikings in what turned out to be the
championship quarter.
See DAWGS B2


I wish I'd known him a little better


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
About this time of year, I usually
write a senior sendoff/season-end
football column.
I try to put things in perspective
about what it means to have played
the game in high school and the
memories the players will carry with
them the rest of their lives.
This year's column is cloaked with
a touch of sadness as I reflect on the
death of Crestview defensive lineman
Mitch Kertis.
The last time I saw Kertis was on
the football field at Pace following
Crestview's playoff loss to the Patriots.
If I spoke to him that night, it was
only in passing. I had a deadline
approaching and was trying to get out
of the stadium as quickly as possible
to file a story. In so many ways, that


Friday was like so many others in the
life of a sports writer.
Had I known Kertis would die a few
days later in a car accident, I would
have taken more time to talk to him.
Although I covered Kertis
throughout his high school career, I
only started to become acquainted
with him in the last few weeks of the
season. Most of my meetings with him
came as he played cards with Gabe
Goodson, Josh Hamilton and Trevor
Sauls as they relaxed during their free
period before football practice.
It was during those times that I
found Kertis to be more than some kid
with a red mohawk haircut. He was
easygoing with a quick wit. And he had
an appreciation for what it meant to be
a Crestview football player.
Watching him with his fellow
Bulldogs, I also could see he was a
good teammate and friend.


Maybe being a good teammate
and friend is the best thing you can
say about any athlete who competes
in a team sport. After all, it might be
cliche, but there really is no "I" in the
word team.
In the weeks ahead, Kertis'
teammates, classmates, coaches
and teachers will have to deal with
something much greater than the loss
of a game. They must deal with the
loss of an athlete who died young.
I wish there were answers - easy
or difficult - to explain why young
men like Kertis are taken from us
before they really have a chance to
live. If I had those answers, I'd share
them with you,
Instead I am left to remember a
defensive lineman with a red mohawk
I wish I had known a little better.
My prayers are with the Kertis and
Bulldog families.


BLEACHERS


CROSS COUNTRY
FHSAA state meet
Crestview High School
junior Lauren Day finished
20th in the Class 3A FHSAA
girls state cross country meet
Nov. 22 at Little Everglades
Ranch in Dade City.
Day completed the 5K
course in 19:27. Ashley
Shriver of Satellite won the
race in 17:34. Chiles won
the team title.

BOYS
BASKETBALL
Fort Walton Beach
59, Crestview 51
The Fort Walton Beach
boys basketball team had to
scrap every step of the way
to claw out a win Nov. 24
in the season openers for
both District 1-5A rivals.
Bulldogs coach Brian
Humphrey said the game
hinged on the Vikings'
scorching thi'rd-quarter
performance. After entering
the locker room down
one, the Vikings started the
second half on a 13-1 tear
and raced out to a 38-27
lead. That cushion was
enough to carry the Vikings
through the fourth quarter.
Humphrey said his team's
defensive performance
was good, but offensively,
"we're pretty bad." He said
excitement and jitters might
have played a part in the
team's second-half lull.
C 10 169 16 - 51
F 14 11 20 14 -59
Crestview - Darius
Applewhite 9, Shykeem
Jackson 7, Cortez Whatley
6, Josh Edwards 6,
Armond Robinson 5, Chris
Pickett 5, Jaquarius Raison
Craig 5, Richard Dixon
4, Keyshawn Thomas 3.
Totals: 19 5 10-14.

Pine Forest 73,
Crestview 54
The Dawgs fell in a road
District 1-5A contest on
Nov. 25.
Cr6 17 15 16 - 54
PF 132620 14- 73

Baker 73, Gulf
Breeze 54
Stephen Shelley scored a
team-high 18 points as Baker
opened its campaign with a
road win Nov. 25.
B 15 19 23 16-73
GB 146 18 16-54
Baker - Colten Henry
7, Josh Rose 9, Josh Yost 9,
Colton Jernigan 2, Chad
Donley 10, Phillip Hill 6, Bill
Copeland 2, Stephen Shelley
18, Chris Jones 2, Jarrod
Batson 8. Totals: 14 9 18-
32 73.

Laurel Hill 62,
Bethlehem 51
Laurel Hill built a ,.1 holt
cushion Bethlehem could not
overcome as the Hoboes
won their season opener
Nov. 25 behind 1 8 points
from Zeb Strickland and 14
more from Issiac Williams.
LH 14 19 12 17-62
B711 1717-51
Laurel Hill - Jared
Pickron 3, Buck Baker
2, Ethan Jackson 8, Will
Sherwood 8, Seth Strickland
1 8, Ryan Simmons 6, Issaic
Williams 14. Totals: 15 7
11-24 62.

GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Niceville 60,
Crestview 39
Niceville outscored rival
Crestview 1 6-2 in the second
and 22-12 in the third to
power its way past the
Bulldogs on Nov. 22.
Crestview was led by
Monique Thurman who
finished with 1 2 points and
Jodi Montalvo who scored 9.
C122 12 13 -39
N 11 16 22 11 -60

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Wednesday, December 3, 2008


Sports


GATORS from page B1
right there, when you compare athletes,
they are better than us.
"But that night we played well, and when
you look back at the game, we had a chance
to win."
Kellogg admitted Jay and Arnold had bet-
ter teams than the Gators. (Jay beat Baker
41-21 in the regular season finale. Arnold beat
the Gators 42-21 on Sept. 19.) So there was
reason to be pleased with the six-win season.
"Winning six was a tribute to the kids,"
he said. "We matched up (well) with no-
body.
"When you took us player-by-player in size
- and that was our biggest thing - we just
don't have a lot of size. We have some speed
and we 'big-played' some people, but I was
pleased. We beat some people we probably
shouldn't have beat that on paper were better
than us."
There were 16 seniors on this year's team.
Ten had been with Kellogg from the begin-
ning of his tenure.
Billy Whatmough, Kellan Meeks, Cameron
Domangue, Ryne Wickery Tyler Holley, Tyler



DAWGS from page B1

The season ended for the Bulldogs (6-5)
on a cold night at Pace when the Patriots
handed CHS its worst loss of the season, a 41-
7 defeat.
"Our kids, from where we were after we
lost to Choctaw, we were pretty low, and then
we lost to Mosley the next week and rebound-
ed and won four straight and got here (to the
playoffs) - that was huge," Brunson said af-
ter the loss to the Patriots. "We can build on
that, but we have to have some success in the
playoffs and work towards it.
"We competed well with the guys in our
county and in our district. But we have some
work to do to get out of this first round (of the
playoffs), which we've had some trouble with."
CHS is 0-3 in the postseason since the 2002
team advanced to the Class 3A state champi-
onship game.
When the Crestview offense strug-
gled against Niceville and West Gadsden,
Brunson tweaked some things in the Bull-
dog spread.
He moved Blake Ritchie to quarterback,
Jordan Glover to tailback and offensive line-
man Chase Boles to fullback.
All Glover did after the move was erupt
for 1,300 yards rushing in just eight games
as the Dawgs' featured running back. Ritchie
wasn't bad either, completing better than 50
percent of his passes for 584 yards and four
touchdowns.
Ritchie's two biggest touchdown passes
were to Chris Pickett in the win over Fort
Walton Beach and Artis Coleman in the vic-


Moberly and Blake Bollinger helped form the
nucleus of a senior class Kellogg will remem-
ber for years to come. And Travis Peoples,
who died after a motorcycle accident shortly
before the 2007 season, always will be a spe-
cial part of this senior class.
Domangue has become one of the domi-
nant offensive threats in the area. He piled up
almost 2,500 yards in total offense this year.
Some would say he's the heart of the team,
and Billy Whatmough is the soul.
"This is a special bunch because they hung
through the tough times," Kellogg said. "They
were 0-9 their freshman year playing against
the North Florida Christians and people like
that. I think the thing you will remember the
most is they knew when they were seniors
they wanted to accomplish something.
"They worked hard over all those years.
We ended up with 16 seniors, but only 10 of
them went the distance. Those 10, I'll never
forget them."

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tory over Navarre.
The good news: Ritchie, Pickett and Cole-
man will be back next year, along with tight
end Allen Caldwell.
The Bulldogs will miss linebacker Gabe
Goodson, who led the team with 110 tackles.
But the cupboard is hardly bare.
Ben Baber, the team's third-leading tack-
ler, will return for his senior year in 2009.
And record-setting kicker J.T. Arnold, who
booted a 60-yard free kick to beat Washington
in the regular season finale, also returns and
should continue to improve as a linebacker as
well as a kicker.
At the start of the 2008 season, the Bull-
dogs adopted the slogan of, "Selling out for
the Bulldogs."
So many players embraced and embodied
that mindset.
Parker never wavered in his devotion to
his team and teammates after being replaced
by Ritchie at quarterback. Instead, he re-
turned to his old safety position on defense
and helped solidify the secondary.
Yes, it was a year to remember for the
Crestview football team.
Josh Hamilton summed up the Bulldog
season as he walked off the field one last time
as a Crestview football player after the loss
to Pace.
"It's amazing what you can do with your
brothers," he said.

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CRESTVIEW FOOTBALL

2008 FINAL STATISTICS


OFFENSE
RUSHING
Player Att.
Jordan Glover ... 200
Chris Pickett.............28
Jerry Siler ................43
Jason Parker........... 26
Chase Boals......... .....4
Jacek Bielenin............1
Amond Robinson .....1
Chris Scott.................3
Blake Ritchie ..............1
Others ................ 58
TOTALS..................256


RECEIVING
Player Rec. Yds.
Chris Pickett............ 26 439
Artis Coleman..........24 330
Jordan Glover...........12 207
Allen Caldwell ..........9 67
Chase Boals...............1 10
Taylor Paul ................. 1 8
TOTALS....................74 1,079
PASSING
Player Comp-Att
Blake Ritchie ...........38-75
Jason Parker...........36-74
TOTALS.................74-149 1


SPECIAL TEAMS
Player XP FG
J.T Arnold ......................... 24 4


* Statistics for regular season only


DEFENSE
TACKLES
Player Solos Assists Total*
Gabe Goodson.......... 60 50 110
Darius Robbins.......... 22 23 50
Ben Baber...................28 19 48
Chris Briley.. 21 20 44
Levi Hendrix...............24 17 43
Amond Robinson. 32 4 36
BJ. McClure..............23 9 33
Cody Swenbeck..........12 20 32
Jason Parker................8 24 32
Keyshawn Thomas ... 12 13 25
Josh Jadin................ 14 '7 22
Matt Dobson ............... 6 15 22
Chris Pickett............... 17 1 18
M itch Kertis................ 13 5 18
Jerry Siler .................. 15 1 16
Donquel Dorsey......... 12 3 16
George Frye ............... 4 12 16
J.T. Arnold................... 4 7 11
Drew Bannach............. 6 3 9
Jordan Glover ...............4 2 6
Billy Grace................... 4 1 5
Austin Berry ................ 3 2 5
Clin Lukert ............. 3 0 3
Chase Boals ........... 2 1 3
Josh Appelberg ............2 1 3
Nick Brown...................2 0 2
David Ogilvie............... 2 0 2
Joel English ................. 1 1 2
Aaron Dean ..................1 0 1
Cortez Whatley............. 1 0 1
Chris Scott...................0 1 1
TOTALS.................... 360 262 627
* Total includes sacks and tackles for loss


SACKS
3 - Darius Robbins; 2 - Chris Briley, Levi Hendrix; 1 - Ben
Baber, Donquel Dorsey, Josh Jadin, Matt Dobson


BAKER FOOTBALL

2008 FINAL STATISTICS


OFFENSE
RUSHING
Player Att. Yd
Cameron Domangue..195 1,E
Marcus Jones...........83 7
Billy Whatmough.....26
Kellan Meeks......... 34 2
Tyler Holley...............5
Christian Mainor........6
Dakota Hooper...........1
Vada Moore..........2......
Chandler Suggs ....1.....
Logan Wagner ...........1
TOTALS..................354 3,2
RECEIVING
Player Rec. YI
Kellan Meeks............13 24
Cameron Davis...........6 1
Christian Mainor........3
Josh Rose ..................4
Billy Whatmough........3
Vada Moore................1
Chandler Suggs.........1
Marcus Jones.............1
Cameron Domangue......1
TOTALS....................33 ;
PASSING
Player Comp-Att
Cameron Domangue..36-73
Christian Mainor.......2-10
Logan Wagner.............1-3
TOTALS...................39-86


DEFENSE
TACKLES
Player Solos Assists Total*
David Beck................ 65 27 95
Dakota Hooper..........63 30 93
Kellan Meeks.............69 10 90
Josh Williams......... 33 16 51
Tyler Holley 39 7 49
Josh Rose.................. 38 5 47
Tyler Moberly .............33 11 44
Billy Whatmough ....23 18 44
Cameron Davis........38 3 41
Brandon Ates.............. 27 9 37
Christian Mainor........ 26 11 37
Marcus Jones............. 24 10 34
Blake Bollinger........... 15 12 31
Preston Nixon............ 18 3 21
Cameron Domangue.. 16 1 19
Vada Moore................ 12 3 16
Jacob Lawson............ 12 3 15
Dillion Kersey............... 5 2 9
Tyler Jones................... 2 2 4
Logan Wagner.............. 3 0 3
Garth Bailey.................. 1 2 3
Ben Wood ................ 2 0 2
Chandler Suggs........... 1 1 2
Jett Feltner ................... 0 1 1
Mason Doggette........... 0 1 0
TOTALS.................... 565 188 789
* Total includes sacks and tackles for loss


SACKS
3 - Kellan Meeks; 2 - Josh Rose; 1
Beck


Billy Whatmough, David


SPECIAL TEAMS
Player XP FG Pts.
David Beck.......... .......... 29 1 32
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1ST DIVISION
STANDINGS
Jaguars 147.0
Armageddon 128.0
Hit Men 125.0
Disfunctional Dogs 107.0
Who Darted? 56.0
Scorpions 52.0

WEEKLY HIGH IN
Ken Bundrick T12
Ellen Hashek 71

WEEKLY HIGH OUT
Bobby Gainey T12
Ellen Hashek T

SEASON HIGH IN
Adam Kelly T70
Judy Fitzgerald 92

SEASON HIGH OUT
Terry Parker T60
Ellen Hashek T

MEN'S MVP POINTS &
TONS
Adam Kelley, 310, 51; John
Montford, 292, 46; Bobby
Gainey, 270, 56; Ron Meyer,
265, 58; Wayne Matlock,
259, 52; Terry Parker, 254,
50; Ray Knudson, 254, 35;
Ken Bundrick, 243, 52;
D.J-. Parker, 237, 31; Kevin
Fitzgerald, 222, 53; Steve
Hinrichs, 219, 31; Mark
Benoit, 219, 33; Bob Duboise,
198, 25; Doug Cooper, 175,
20; Keith Howell, 153, 29;
Rodney Brackett, 149, 27;
Tom Pallone, 130, 23; Brooks
Taylor, 112, 9; Bill Brumbaugh,
101, 19;John Hashek, 91,
18; Brian Soals, 60, 14; Ron
Jackson, 42, 6; Steve Dale,
41,5; Chuck Gagner, 3, 3;
Joe Davison, 2, O; John Wood,
0,0.

WOMEN'S MVP
POINTS & TONS
Ellen Hashek, 207, 22;
Marie Bundrick, 123, 9; Judy
Fitzgerald, 118, 22; Jo Mims,
64, 9; Ann Olszewski, 52, 2;
Misty Forsythe, 3, 1; Sharon
Hindrichs, 1, 0; Rhonda
Cooper, 0, 0. .

2ND DIVISION
STANDINGS
Hell's Henchmen 124.0


BRIEFS

from page B1
Crestview - Jodi
Montalvo 9, Monique Thurman
12, Brittany Vann 1, Holly
Stanford 7, Jordan Thurman 7,
Candice Green 2, Toneana
Frazier 4, Danica Applewhite
2. Totals: 9 1 11-18 39.

Baker 48, Freeport 36
-Alyssa Horn notched a
double-double and Courtney
Fountain nearly added one
of her own as the Baker girls
basketball team captured a
District 1-2A victory on Nov.
24.
Horn tallied 16 points and
10 rebounds, while Fountain
had 10 rebounds, nine points,
eight steals and six assists. Ariel
Adkinson chipped in 16 points
as well for Baker.
B71415 12-48
F 10899- 36
Baker - Ariel Adkinson
16, Courtney Fountain 9,
Shanna Cobb 1, Alyssa Horn
16, Catilin Holley 3, Hannah
McGraw 1, Dani Mayfair 2.
Totals: 15 1 15-25 48.
Pine Forest 61,
Crestview 20
The unbeaten Eagles routed
the visiting Dawgs on Nov. 25.
PF21 1221 7-61
Cr 6 12 2 0 - 20
Crestview - Jodi
Montalvo 6, Britney Gilliam 2,
Monique Thurman 7, Jordan
Thurman 4, Candice Green 1.

GIRLS SOCCER
Choctawhatchee 5,
Crestview 2
Tiffany Souders and
DeChelle Dubose each tallied
goals for Crestview on Nov.
22.

WRESTLING
Crestview duals
Crestview opened its season
at home on Nov. 22.
Scores:
Fort Walton Beach 43,


Crestview 36
Fleming Island 40,
Crestview 30
Crestview 54, Lincoln 21
Crestview 54, Lowndes
(Ga.) 21
S Clay 48, Creslview 27


Stars & Stripes 88.0
Fallout 62.5
Darty Minds 62.5
AL Riders 55.5
A.L.Longshots 54.0

WEEKLY HIGH IN
Kevin Yaw 97
Jenny Montford 63

WEEKLY HIGH OUT
Jon Burris 92
Jean Decker 42

SEASON HIGH IN
Rich Wesche T20
Johnathon Haggard T20
Kim Page T20

SEASON HIGH OUT
Jack Miller T06
Lydia Benoit 76

MEN'S MVP POINTS &
TONS
Rich Wesche, 273, 53;
Jonathan Haggard, 239, 46;
Jonathan Burris, 218, 20;
Paul Carney, 177, 22; Devin
Fitzgerald, 170, 29; Kenny
Blair, 167, 14; Terry Hindall,
149, 21; Carl Smiley, 148,
17; Phil Phillips, 134, 16;
Aaron Zimmerman, 132, 24;
Mike Ricks, 129, 15; Russel
Carroll, 121, 12; Dan Cowan,
103, 9; Al Zimmerman, 102,
9; Jack Miller, 89, 10; Johnny
Griffin, 85, 7; Walt Montford,
84, 0; Larry Page, 82, 9; Rob
Davis, 80, 11; Billy Becknell,
80, 0; Gary Easterwood, 66,
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Chamberlain, 0, 0; Charlie
Suggs, 0, 0.

WOMEN'S MVP
POINTS & TONS
Jenny Montford, 139, 11;
Lydia Benoit, 123, 10; Kim
Page, 101, 16; Elizabeth
Koonce, 93, 2; Jean Decker,
55, 6; Kristina Carroll, 38, 1;
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JoAnn Smiley, 0, 0.
SPECIAL SCORES
Adam Kelly, T80, Aug 28.
John Montford, T80, Sept.
4.
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Ron Meyer, T80, Oct. 16
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Div. 1 High Ton - T40,
Bobby Gainey, and Marie
Bundrick, T60.
Div. 2 High Ton - T40,
Rich Wesche, Phil Phillips and
Aaron Zimmerman. Also Lydia
Benoit, T21.


Thanksgiving Lowball, Nov. 27
1. David Hinnant, Chris Castille, Brandon
Moser -9
2. Sally Burns, Tom Burns, Pat Quinn, Keith
Peterson -8
3. De Fischer, Tom Fischer, Jesse Dennis,
Hal Jellison -7
4. Leslie Cripps, Gerry Cripps, Harry Kapp -6
5. Gail Zwirblia, Bob Zwirblia, Brian
Kamrowski, George Bonner -6
6. Becky Fink, Tim Fink, Lou McCosh, Paul
McCosh -6

His and Her, Nov. 29
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1. Brandon Moser, Jeff Holmes, John Blair,
Howard Mitchell -12
2. Steve Whiddon, Marshall King, David
Smith, Jerry Maughon -11
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4. Pat Martin, Dean Martin, Tom Prier, Hal
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Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Tips to avoiding food-borne

illness during the holiday


Lisa Calhoun
Okaloosa County Extension

The holiday season is upon us.
Who doesn't look forward to the
parties and special family time?
No one anticipates falling ill during
this time, but food-borne illness is not
picky.
Given the right conditions - food,
time, and temperature - bacteria
can have a great time, too. In fact,
the CDC estimates 76 million people
contract food-borne illness each year.
Although most have mild symptoms
and are sick for a day or two, 325,000
victims are hospitalized and 5,000
cases result in death.
According to the USDA, the
symptoms of food-borne illness
are stomach pain, vomiting and
diarrhea. If you are very young, very
old, have a compromised immune
system or consume a large dose of
a contaminated bacteria, you are at
high risk!
There are some things we can
do to try to prevent the spread of
harmful bacteria.

Keep it clean
Wash those hands! We should wash
our hands for at least 20 seconds with
warm, soapy water, remembering to
scrub between fingers and under and
around fingernails. Also, make sure
that the food preparation area has
been cleaned with soapy water. Don't
forget to wash the cutting board and
knife after cutting meat and
before cutting any other foods. Or,
better yet, use different cutting
boards for different foods. Washing
fruits and vegetables is also


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important. Keep in mind that you
aren't the first person who has
touched those tomatoes! However,
it is best not to rinse raw meat and
poultry, since any harmful bacteria
could be easily spread. Don't let raw
meat juices touch any other foods,
even while shopping.

Chill
Make sure the refrigerator
thermostat is set on 40 degrees and
the freezer on 0. Store leftovers within
two hours of eating. The longer food
stays out, the longer the bacteria has
time to grow at room temperature.
Keep perishables in the refrigerator
until ready for use. The best place
to thaw that yummy turkey is in the
refrigerator.

Cook thoroughly
A meat thermometer is the best
way to check for doneness. A turkey is
cooked at 165 degrees. It is probably
best to cook the stuffing separately
from the turkey, but if the turkey
is stuffed, the temperature of the
stuffing should also be 165 degrees.
Make sure to cook dishes thoroughly
that contain eggs and seafood.
Follow these tips to have a great
holiday season!
Lisa Calhoun conducts Family
Nutrition Program for the local UF/
IFAS extension office.


From staff reports


NORTH OKALOOSA
BLOOD DRIVES: Saturday: American
Legion, 898 James Lee Blvd., Crestview - 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 7: First United Methodist
Church, 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview - 8 a.m. to
1 p.m.
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS TREES:
Okaloosa Land Company and All Florida Fence
and Deck have donated space to support the Red
Cross Christmas tree sale fund-raiser this year.
Frasier Fir trees from the Carolina mountains
have been fresh cut and are being sold at 4100 S.
Ferdon in Crestview.
If you would rather have them pick a tree for
you and deliver it at a cost of $25 plus the tree
price, call the number above.
Tree lot hours: Monday - Friday, 2 p.m. until 8
p.m. Saturday and Sunday - 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Prices range from $30 for a 3/4-ft. tree to
$130 for a 9/10-ft. tree. The 11- to 25-ft. trees are
special order only.
To prepay with a credit card, call 1 (800) 773-
7620.
NWFSC INFO SESSION, SIGN-UP:
Northwest Florida State College will hold an
information session on Thursday at the college's
Fort Walton Beach Campus from 6 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. in building 1, room 126. New students who
attend the session will receive credit for the
required new student orientation.
The college is accepting new students for the
upcoming Spring terms which begin Jan. 7 and
March 2.
Details: Maddie Fricano, 729-6467, fricanom@
nwfstatecollege.edu or 863-0747. The Web site is
at www.nwfstatecollege.edu.
CHRISTMAS CANTATA: Sunday at 11
a.m. at Valley Road Baptist Church, 1018 Valley
Road, Crestview. Everyone is invited to attend
the program, "Welcome to Our World," by Craig
Adams.
LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING:
Members of Okaloosa County's state legislative


delegation will hold a public hearing Dec. 11,
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Okaloosa County School
District Administrative Building at 120 Lowery
Place in Fort Walton Beach. The meeting will
take place in the School Board meeting room.
HOLIDAY SHOPPING: Women's Advisory
Committee of North Okaloosa Medical Center
is hosting a fashion jewelry sale and gifts for
all ages on Dec. 11 and 12 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in the Senior Circle classroom. Details: Jane
Lindenberg, 689-8446.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A local Toys for Tots effort
will collect toys for local children now through
Dec. 24.
All toys collected will stay in the local
community.
Businesses or individual interested in helping
the Toys for Tots effort can contact Melinda
Manchee at (850) 902-7351, or e-mail Melina.
manchee@yahoo.com.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: The Main Street
Crestview Association is hosting an Olde Towne
Christmas bazaar Saturday at Courthouse
Terrace in Crestview from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
REINDEER RUN 5K run/walk, and one-mile
fun run for kids, Dec. 13 at 8:3i0 a.m. at North
Okaloosa Medical Center, 121 Redstone Ave.,
Crestview.
Preregistration by Dec. 1 costs $16; late entry
is $18 up to Dec. 12, and is $20 on race day. Fun
run registration is $10 any time.
To mail in your registration, make checks
payable to YMCA Reindeer Run, and mail to
North Okaloosa Family YMCA, 298 N. Wilson
St., Crestview, FL 32536; or register online, visit.
active.com, ecymca.org ornwftc.com.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Call
689-2999 for details on sponsorship and the run.
CITIZENS ACADEMY CLASSES: will be
held by the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
Administration Building from Jan. 6 to March
24. Signup is taking place now. Details: Ashley
Bailey, 651-715, or www.sheriff-okaloosa.org
online.
QUARTER BINGO: The Crestview Knights
of Columbus is now offering Quarter Bingo
every Tuesday. The games run from 4:30 to 6
p.m. The K of C hall is located at 701 James Lee
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Wednesday, December 3, 2008


ECAR supports toy drives


Special to the News Bulletin
The members and affiliate-
members of the Emerald Coast
Association of Realtors (ECAR)
kicked off their annual Toys for
Tots drive Nov. 14 in the true spirit
of the holidays. A host of represen-
tatives from member and member
affiliate offices was on hand to
share in the cheerful festivities as
well as make donations of toys ear-
marked for area children in need.
ECAR members aren't the only
businesses to get caught up in
the spirit of the giving. Many lo-
cal businesses have pledged their
support to this worthy cause by
either making donations or offer-
ing to host toy collection boxes
bearing the Toys for Tots insignia
along with ECAR's familiar green
and white logo.
Participation is particularly
welcome this year, said Anita Wil-
liams, chairperson of ECAR's Toys
for Tots committee, as a record
number of children in the local
area are in need of holiday toys.
"Right now, we have 9,500 kids
in need of toys in the local area,"


LOCAL TOYS FOR TOTS
COLLECTION SITES
American General; Bella
Donna Day Spa; Crestview
Open MRI; Crestview
News Bulletin; DR Horton
Model Home; Hankinson
Family Chiropractic; Jewelry
Garden; Liberty Tax Service;
North Okaloosa Medical
Center; Regions Bank (North
Crestview) and ReMax.

she said, "and we fully expect that
number to grow to at least 10,000
before the season is over."
Williams said many area em-
ployment layoffs and cutbacks
have prompted an increased num-
ber of local middle-class parents
turning, for the first time ever, to
the organization for holiday help
on behalf of their children.
However, Williams and the oth-
er members of the Toys for Tots
committee say they are encour-
aged by the abundant generosity


Emerald Coast Association of Realtors Outreach Committee chairman Lisa Norton contributed a new -
toy as the 2008 Toys for Tots campaign kicked off Nov. 14.


area residents have displayed in
the past.
"People in the local community
are typically wonderful about giv-
ing. Even when they're hurting
themselves, they know that it can
be so rewarding to help someone
else, especially a child."
Williams emphasized that all
types of new toy donations are
welcome. Donations in years past


typically have ranged from simple
items such as inexpensive color-
ing books and crayons purchased
from a local dollar store to me-
dium-priced items such as dolls
and cars to big-ticket items like
bicycles, remote-controlled items
and electronic game sets. The only
prerequisites for the program are
that donated toys be brand new,
unwrapped and appropriate for


children aged newborn to 16.
The local Toys for Tots cam-
paign is a coordinated effort be-
tween the Marine Corps Reserve
and' ECAR's Realtor Outreach
Committee.
ECAR is collecting toys on be-
half of the Toys for Tots drive in
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
All donations will be-given to local
children in these areas.


Santa PAWS aids


local animals

Special to the News Bulletin

One of the best fundraisers for the animals
at PAWS is the annual Santa PAWS tree.
This tree is adorned with hand-painted or-
naments, each featuring the photo of a needy
animal from PAWS.
In the past, the Santa PAWS Tree asked
people to sponsor an animal's ornament
by donating money to purchase items for
the pet. We are going to continue this tradi-
tion but are adding "Guardian Angel Fund"
ornaments that will raise money, for the
"Guardian Angel Fund." The money raised
for this fund will go strictly toward provid-
ing medical care for special needs animals
or training for animals needing obedience
training.
Please stop by either the Junkyard Dog Gift
'n Thrift at 179 NE Eglin Parkway in Fort Wal-
ton Beach or 3 Dogs and a Chick at 128 Mira-
cle Strip Parkway SE (downtown Fort Walton
Beach next door to the Coach & Four) to see
the Santa PAWS Tree. The trees will be on dis-
play through Dec. 31.


EFCU ANNOUNCES 2008 YOUTH ESSAY CONTEST


ENTER BY FRIDAY: Baker High School senior William Van Liere checks out Eglin
Federal Credit Union's Youth Essay Contest for 15-1 8 years olds. The contest
winner's response to "What does it mean to be financially responsible and how
can your credit union help you achieve your financial goals?" receives a $500
scholarship. Two runners-up will win a $100 American Express Gift Card. The
deadline for submissions is Friday. For details, visit www.eglinfcu.org/studentcen-
ter online or call 862-0111 ext. 1316.


Bridgeway

officer to run

Crestview

branch

Special to the News Bulletin

Brittany Allen, a probation
officer for Brifgeway Center
Inc., recently
waspromotedto
judicial services
coordinator in
the Probation
Department.
She joined the
Bridgeway team
in 2005 as ani
assistant pro -, ALLEN
bation officer.
Through hard
work and dedication, she was
promoted to a full probation of-
ficer. This most. recent promo-
tion will place her in charge of
the Crestview office.


Mayes


certified as


veterans


provider
Gary Mayes, funeral director of Crest-
view Memorial Funeral Home in Crest-
view, recently was selected to become an
exclusive, certified Veterans and Family
Memorial Care Provider (VFMC). Provid-
ers are selected for upholding the highest
level of ethical business standards and
integrity while providing outstanding, af-
fordable professional service.
Working closely with VFW, American Le-
gion, Hospice and other veterans and civic
organizations has been the cornerstone of
Crestview Memorial's success. Joe Earn-
hardt, an associate of Crestview Memorial,
served in the United States Air Force.
In addition to providing veterans and
their spouses with a significant discount off
funeral and cremation pre-arrangements,
Veterans & Family Memorial Care Provid-
ers encourage veterans to take full advan-
tage of their free burial benefit guaranteed
them by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
Choosing a veterans state or national cem-
etery for burial results in an average sav-
ings of $5,000 to $7,000 per person.
There are very limited government ben-
efits for the funeral or cremation. Mayes
has extended benefits and savings beyond
those provided by the U.S. Dept. of Veter-
ans Affairs. This includes a complimentary
wood and glass flag case to the surviving
spouse of a deceased veteran.
The VA prepares the gravesite, carries
out the burial, furnishes a headstone or
marker and a flag, and provides perpetual
care in national cemeteries. The depart-
ment does not provide veterans funeral or
cremation arrangements, transportation
or military honors, all of which can be ar-
ranged through Crestview Memorial Fu-
neral Home, an exclusive, certified VFMC
provider.
Gravesites at VA National Cemeteries
cannot be reserved in advance through
the VA. Hundreds of veterans have taken
advantage of the Free Burial Registration
Program provided by VFMC. This ensures
all final arrangement decisions are hon-
ored and respected. To register for your
Free Burial Benefit or Veterans Pre-Need
Funeral Discount, visit www.VeteransFu-
neralHomes.com or call Crestview Memo-
rial Funeral Home at 682-2252.


Tanning salons thank veterans


Special to the News Bulletin
Showbiz Tan locations in Oka-
loosa County, including the loca-
tion in Crestview, will show their
thanks to all service personnel,
dependents and retirees by al-
lowing them to tan for free during
December.
"We realize our service mem-


bers and their families make
ongoing sacrifices," said Mitch
Newton of Showbiz Tan. "These
sacrifices are amplified in times
of war and really hit home around
the holidays. We felt making our
services available at no charge
during the month of December
would be a small way of letting
our service members and their


families know that Showbiz Tan
is truly thankful for the sacrifices
they make on our behalf."
Service members, depen-
dents and retirees need only
present a valid military ID
card to receive free tanning for
December. Showbiz Tan VIP
members will receive free up-
grades during December.


Jobs-Seeker Assistance Club created


Special to the News Bulletin
The Workforce Development
Board of Okaloosa and Walton
Counties has established a Jobs-
Seeker Assistance Club to net-
work, exchange information and
support each other through the


job search process. The Jobs-
Seeker Assistance Club meets
at Crestview's JobsPlus One-
Stop Career Center every Friday
morning from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Any
serious job seeker is welcome to
attend.
For more information on em-


ployment and training services
to employers, workers and job
seekers at the JobsPlus One-
Stop Career Centers available to
all citizens, call 689-7823 in Crest-
view, or find information online
at JobsPlusOneStop.com or Em-
ployflorida.com.


Parthenon

announces

Residents of

the Month

Parthenon Health-
care of Crestview has
named Betty Davis as its
October Resident of the
Month arid Winniefred
Mossor as its November
Resident of the Month.'
Ms. Betty Davis was
born in D6Funiak Springs
on April 20, 1946. She
stayed
home to
care for ,."
her fam- "!. .".
ily. She ;
has three
children,

David and
Kevin. DAVIS
Ms. Betty
enjoys
drawing,

ing bingo.
She also
enjoys
all other
types ' of
activities MOSSOR
at Parthe-
non.
Ms. Winnifred Mos-
sor was born in Burns-
wick, Canada, on April.
28, 1917. She moved to
Florida when she was
3 years .old. She also
stayed home to care for
her family and has three
children, Ralph, Butch
and Patty. Ms. Mossor
was in the church choir,
and she. enjoyed going
caroling during Christ-
mastime with the choir
group. Ms. Mossor is a
member of Antioch Bap-.
tist Church. She enjoys
going to church services
at Parthenon and likes
to play bingo, arts and
crafts and socializing
with other residents.


ROTARY CLUB TAKES PART IN FALL FESTIVAL


CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
FINE FISHERMEN: Nathan Boyles helps children at the Crestview Rotary Club's candy fishing
booth.








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Legal # 100431
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2008-CA-005415 DI-
VISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRAIN FAUST A/K/A


'UTOAY


BRIAN K. FAUST, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PAMELA C. FAUST
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 106 Oak Terrace
Dr. Crestview, Fl 32539
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS. DEVISEES.


you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before January 2,
2009 on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Pliantiff's attorney,whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of this Court on this
18 day of November,
2008


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald


Legal # 100432 CIAL RECORDS
NOOK 2704, PAGE
IN THE CIRCUIT 2904, PAGE 2908,
COURT OF THE FIRST PUBLIC RECORDS OF
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN O K A L O O S A
AND FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
OKALOOSA, TOGETHER WITH
COUNTY, FLORIDA STORAGE UNIT 316.
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. A/K/A 770 HARBOR
46-208-CA-001360 BOULEVARD #3A,
DIVISION DESTIN, FL 32541
U.S. BANK NATIONAL Any persons claim-
ASSOCIATION, AS ing an interest in the
TRUSTEE FOR WFMBS surplus form the
2006-AR14, sale, if any, other
Plaintiff, than the property
owner as of the date
vs. of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
FRANCESCO LAURE- within sixty (60)
NZA, et al, days after the sale.


Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


WHETHER SAID UN- As Deputy Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY
KNOWN PARTIES GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- Florida Default Law nal Judgment of Mort-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, Group, PL. gage Foreclosure dated
HEIRS, DEVISEES, RO. Box 25018 November 17, 2008
GRANTEES, OR Tampa, Florida and entered in Case No.
OTHER CLAIMANTS 33622-5018 46-2008-CA-001360 of
NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier the Circuit Court of the
LAST KNOWN AD- -F08066886 � FIRST Judicial Circuit in
DRESS: UNKNOWN and for AR14, is the
IMPORTANT Plaintiff and FRAN-
CURRENT ADDRESS: In accordance with the CESCQ LAURENZA;
UNKNOWN Americans with Disabili- WELLS FARGO BANK,
ties Act, persons with dis- N.A.; MARBELLA CON-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that abilities needing special DOMINIUM OWNERS
an action to foreclose a accommodation to partic- ASSOCIATION, INC.;
mortgage on the follow- ipate in this proceeding are the Defendants, I will
ing property in should contact Court Ad- sell to the highest and
OKALOOSA County, ministration at 101 James best bidder for cash at
Florida: Lee Boulevard East, Crest- SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
view, FL, 32536-3515; OF CLERK'S FRONT
LOT 12 BLOCK A, telephone number (850) DOOR OF SHALIMAR
FOXWOOD ADDI- 689-5000, Extension ANNEX at 11:00 AM,
TION, BEING A POR- 7497, prior to the pro- on the 6 day of January,
TION OF SECTION 25 ceeding. or Shalimar 2009, the following de-
AN 26, TOWNSHIP 3 (850) 651-7497 scribed property as set
NORTH, RANGE 24 forth in said Final Judg-
WEST, OKALOOSA IMPORTANT ment:
COUNTY, FLORIDA, In accordance with the
ACCORDING TO PLAT Americans with Disabili- UNIT 3-A, MAR-
RECORDED IN PLAT ties Act, persons with dis- BELLA, A CONDO-
BOOK 18, PAGES 59 abilities needing special MINIUM, TOGETHER
AND 60; TOGETHER accommodation to partic- WITH ITS UNDIVIDED
WITH SURVEYOR'S ipate in this proceeding SHARE OF COMMON
AFFIDAVIT RE- should contact Court Ad- ELEMENTS, FACILITIES
CORDED IN OFFICIAL ministration at 1250 N. AND DESCRIBED IN
RECORDS BOOK Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, THE DECLARATION
2218, AT PAGE FL, 32579; telephone OF CONDOMINIUM
1517, OF THE PUBLIC number (850) 651-7497, RECORDED IN OFFI-
RECORDS OF SAID prior to the proceeding.
COUNTY.
11/26/08
has been fled against 12/03/08 RECYCLE


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WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on November 18, 2008.
Don W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier
-F08066886
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities 'needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
11/26/08
12/03/08


Legal # 120118
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
BELONGING TO THE
PARTIES NAMED BE-
LOW AND LISTED BY
UNIT NUMBER WILL BE
SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT
MINI- STORAGE AT THE
MINI- STORAGE LO-
CATED AT 2510 S.
.FERDON BLVD., CREST-
VIEW, FLA, AT 9:00
A.M., December 11,
2008 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID IN
FULL BEFORE THE TIME
OF SALE.
Gregory Lewis
Unit #5
11/29/08
12/03/08

Legal # 120120
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75, Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction 12/19/2008 at
9:00AM for the following
vehicles
1998 GMC Jimmy
VIN#1GKCS13W2W25
56048
The auction will be held
at 956 W. James Lee
Blvd, Crestview, FI
32536, .Crestview Paint
& Body has the right to
turn down any and all
bids.
12/03/2008

LEGAL#120124
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2008CA2722
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
INC,
Plaintiff, et. al.,
vs.
BYRON L. LAW; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF BYRON L. LAW; D
AND R DEVELOPMENT
LLC; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #1; UNKNOWN


TENANT #2,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated Nov. 24,
2008, and entered in
Case No.
2008CA2722, of the
Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit in and for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, wherein SUNTRUST
MORTGAGE, INC, is a
Plaintiff and BYRON L.
LAW; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BYRON L.
LAW; D AND R DEVEL-
OPMENT LLC; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT#2 are the Defend-
ants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder
for cash at Shalimar
Courthouse Annex, front
door, 1250 Eglin Park-
way, Shalimar, FL
32579, at 11:00 AM on
Jan 5, 2009; the follow-
ing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 4, FAIRVIEW DRIVE
TOWNHOMES, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
FILED THEREOF IN PLAT
BOOK 23, PAGES 90,
ET SEQ., OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Vicki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 25 day of
Nov, 2008.
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N


E GLINI PtW -.iiTE
A114, SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im- N TfIAV
paired, contact
(TDD)8009558771 via
Florida Relay System. Christmas Puppies:
Pure bred black Lab
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. At- $250. Going fast call
torneys for Plaintiff 2901 now to place a deposit
Stirling Road, Suite 300 585-8520
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312 Telephone:
(305)770-4100 30
FAX:(305)653-2329

12/03/2008
12/10/2008 Free to special home.
Loving Cats also 7 week


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2110- Pets: Free to
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2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140- Pets/Livestock
� Wanted
2150- Pet Memorials


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




All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1007


Home Day Care
has openings for ages
0 - 4. Open 6 am - 7pm
days a week (plus holi-
days) meals provided.
Call 612-0518




Bev's Broom, Inc.
Get ready for the
Holidays! We clean pri-
vate homes, condos & of-
fices. Contact
Beverly 398-5820 or
699-0932


CONCRETE^^


American Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lie/Insured.
Free est. 543-7743

LATHAM CONCRETE
Robert Latham
Masonry, Contractor -
Lic./Ins. Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672


Affordable home repairs
& improvements. Call
682-1963 or 259-7285
Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383


Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms




Holiday Savings
Specials & Spa treat-
ments. Gift certificates
Amazing Face & Body
Shop Call
850-689-3900




MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.


Coastal Cabinet Refac-
ing New custom kitchen
in 3-5 days Quality Mate-
rials + Professional Instal-
lation Guaranteed call
Todd 850-758-0056 or
850-682-4839






Fox Trot Tree Service
No job to large or small,
Free Estimates. Split fire-
wood, oak & pecan
LIC/INS. Call Paul
850-398-7677







TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages, portable sheds,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Single carport $595,
Double only $695
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(850) 206-4008


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Ron's Appliance & Parts, Crestview Driver - Bynum Trans-
appliance repair, - appli- YARD SALE port - needs qualified
ance parts 213 N. Main Sat. Dec. 6 8AM-2PM, drivers for Central Florida
Street, call 689-1007. 5285 Four Lakes Rd. - Local & National OTR
After hours 305-8515 Tools, sm appliances, positions. Food grade
Christmas decor, craft & tanker, no hazmat, no
quilting supplies, pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
Crestview equipment. (866)
YARD SALE! GO-BYNUM. Need 2 yrs
Auctions! Saturday De- Fri, Sat & Sun. Dec 5, 6 experience.
member 6th 10:00 A.M. & 7. 8AM-Until 207 No-
211 Acres+ Highway ble Circle (behind hospi- Driver - PTL Needs
142, Selmer, Tennessee. tal) Company Drivers- CDL-A
1:00 PM. 85 Acres�+ earn up to 40 cpm.
Harris Road, Crump, Ten- Crestview 1/2cpm increase every
nessee. Free Brochure: YARD SALE! 60K miles. Average
(877)914-7653. Garner Sat. Dec 6, 7AM-Until, 2,800 miles/week.
Auctions, Inc. Ken Gar- 5315 Shoffner Blvd. www.ptl-inc.com Call
ner TN FIRM 4293. (Chappy's BBQ) Lots of (877)740-6262.
ww.garnerauctionsinc.com boys clothes (winter Drivers: Call Today!
items), Christmas decor. Sign-On Bonus 35-41
RCrestview cpm Earn over $1000
YARD SALE! weekly Excellent Benefits
| 3190 3 Sat. Dec. 6, 9AM-Until, Need CDL-A & 3 mos re-
Play Station 2 w/ 5 208 McArthur St. Lots of cent OTR (877)258-
games & hook ups new Christmas decor. 8782
games & ook ps www.meltontruck.com
$135. firm Laurel Hill w .m n k
850-603-0681 L al e Pregnant? Considering
Yard Sale adoption? A successful
Fri. Sat., 9am-3pm, educated woman seeks
-8192 Miller St.. 25" to adopt, and needs your
^3200 Magnavox TV + VCR, 4 help! Will be a loving
3200 artificial Christmas trees, Full-time mom. Financial
Firewood for sale 4x8 lights, decorations. Cross- security. Expenses paid.
racks $100. Call titch supplies, 2 grills w/ Call Lisa (800)
902-1197 bottles, 3 wheel bicycles, 900-2980, Pin 00.
keyboard, misc. dishes, FLBAR#0150789
FIREWOOD FOR glassware, Jazzy scoot-
SALE: ers w/ new batteries, Job Crafters, Inc. Now
Split Oak & Pecan. Pick Karaoke, shoes, purses, Hiring!!!!! First Class
up or delivery Call clothes, many misc. Shipyard Crafts Long
850-398-7677 items. Term Work FL, AL, MS
Over time & Per diem
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Call Jackie 682-4305 or (251)433-1270 fax:
i- 33220 -- (251)433-0018 EOE
A Brand Name King Pil- www.jobcrafters.net.
lowtop set. New in Plas- Learn to Operate a
tic w/warr. $200. Can 3240 | Crane or Bull Dozer
Deliver 850-471-0330 Heavy Equipment Train-
Al 2' ing National Certifica.
All Brand New Queen Gun Show tion. Financial & Place-
Pillowtop Set. In plastic Fort Walton ment Assistance. Georgia
w/warrr. $165. Delivery School of Construction.
available 850-255-3050 Fairgrounds www.Heavy5.com Use
Bed A 100% all new Full Dec 6-7 code "FLCNH" or call
size mattress set in plastic *Sat. 9-5 (866)218-2763.
w/warranty. $119.00. *Sun. 10-4 No Truck Driver Experi-
850-471-0330 Free Parking ence - No Problem.
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
(407) Teach You How to Drive.
C ygI gAY 275-7233 Company Sponsored
EWI N UT01 Ifloridagunshows.com CDL Training. Be OTR in
Three Weeks. (888)
Broyhill Cherry 3-piece . 368-1205. Must be 23.
Entertainment Center.Post Office Now Hi-
Holds up to 36in. TV qJ.I2J10 Post Office Now Hir-
very good condition363260 ing! Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr including Fed-
$900. OBO Call Feeling Anxious About eral Benefits and OT.
689-8615 The Future? Buy and read Placed by adSource not
Crestview Dianetics by L. Ron Hub- affiliated w/USPS who
bard. Price: $20.00. Or- hires. Call (866)
HUGE MULTI- der Now. Free Shipping. 713-4492
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SALE or Call (813)872-0722.
660 N. Ferdon Blvd. I
(Behind Moultons Phar- ql
macy), Get ready for 3280
Christmas to many items Schag Hydro commercial
to li. Schag Hydra commercial
to list, walk behind 48 inch
Dark green recliner, deck, exc. shape,
like new $ 80 firm. $4800. new asking BU4SIN4 ! F4 NCI
+ Antique armoire, exc. $1500. OBO. call
condition $ 400 firm. 546-1192 5100-pportunities
Call 259-6681 5110 - Money to Lend
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| 3230- 5100
Crestview A GREAT All Cash Candy Route
Crestview Do you earn $800 in a
D A Lt...day? 30 Local Machines
.Dl.,L? Eand Candy $9,995.
Indigo Blue (888)6 2 92 9 6 8
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Handicapped We will not be
Estate Sale Scooter undersold!
5853 Saratoga Dr, 85 New, all speeds $700 Be Empowered! Real-
N; left on Old Bethel obo. 850-862-9670 ize Financial Fulfillment
Road; right into Silver with a Proven System!
Oaks; right on Sara- Six-figure Potential. Re-
toga. Dec 4th & 5th turning 2 min-phone
from 8am-12 pm and ,-- , calls. Not MLM. Full
Dec 6th from 7am-? 3300 Training & Support, Ref-
Everything MUST go in Airlines Are Hiring - erences Available. Seri-
a 3000+ sqft home! A Train for high paying Avi- ous Call (800)940-6301,
must see! Antiques, Col- ation Maintenance Ca- www.cashresultstoday.com
lectibles, Furniture, reer. FAA approved pro- Create your own pros-
China, Edison Wax cyl- gram. Financial aid if Create your own pros-
inder Victrola, King oak qualified - Job placement perity and personal free-
bedroom set, Oak din- assistance. Call Aviation d.am with your own finan-
ing 8 chair set, vintage Institute of Maintenance cial bailout plan. Go to:
radios, Amoires, Victo- (888)349-5387 financiolfreedom2008.net
rian sofa, Duncan Phife - or call (888)848-4777
tables, Retired Dicken's Attend College online
Village - too much to from Home. *Medical, , .
name! *Business, *Paralegal,/ .
Something for every- *Computers, *Criminal / I \
one! Justice. Job placement as-
sistance. Computer avail-
Crestview able. Financial Aid if
Huge. Inside qualified. Call
Huge Inside l(866)858-2121,
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429 t Christmas in Disney 6100- Business/
Hathaway St World, Orlando. Seven Commercial
Across from Twin Hills nights at Wyndham Cy- 6110-Apartments
Park. Call 240-9678 for press Palms one bedroom 6120 - Beach Rentals
information, suite 12/19/08 thru 6130 - Condo/Townhouse
Crestview 12/26/08 only $600. 6140 - House Rentals
restvew OBO Call 682-3896 6150 - Roommate Wanted
Huge Yard Sale 6160- Rooms for Rent
Fri.-Sat Dec. 5-6, Now available! 2008 5170- Mobile Home/Lot
8am-2pm, 377 Golden Post Office Jobs. 6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
Acres Circle. Lots of $18-$20/hr. No expert 6190 - T vmesharea Rentals
Great stuff, once, paid training, Fed 6200 - Vacation Rentals
Crestviebenefits, vacations. Call
Crestview (800)910-9941 Today!
HUGE YARD SALE! REF #FL08.
Sat. Dec. 6 8AM-Until 6100
3482 Grady Lane. Great SANTA FOR. HIRE: Office/ Spa building for
Christmas gifts for boys & Reasonable Rates Lease 1000sf. 101
girls. Electric scooters, Nights & Weekends. Duggan Ave. (Next to
bikoxesetc. gameboys, Call 586-2492 Leave Eglin FCU) Call

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Sat 7- 11am
Here's a deal that
can't be beat!
Multiple Yard Sales
all on one street!
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turn left on Ashley Dr,
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Crestview



Yard Sale
for 2 great
causes!!!
Walker Elementary
School, off Stillwell Blvd
in Crestview. Saturday,
December 6, 2008
from 7:00 am - 3:00
pm. Various items for
sale! This yard sale is
to help our dear friend,
Melinda Graham, with
expenses related to a
recent illness, while
some proceeds will be
donated to charity.
Please come out and
help support!


Sears Fun Kart - 6hp
Go Cart, 2 seater Excel- NEW rIVAY
lent condition low hours.
$650. Trampoline
$50. Call 682-3773 1 mo Free Rent!
-_________ Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575mo/ $550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-6985
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts I1 Vouchers Ac-
Ij 1 *cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
EMPLOYliENT Crestview, FL. Call 850
4100- Help Wanted 682-5563, TDD/TTY
4110 -Restaurants/Clubs 711. Equal Housing Op-
4120 - Sales portunity
4130 - Employment Ce-I
Information Motel $35 d $165 WK,
SAPT $190 Wk. $575 4

I 4100 Crestview, Bent Creek
Logistics/Transportation Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Driver Trainees 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
Needed No CDL? No accessible apartments.
Problem! Earn up to 209 Bent Creek Road,
$900wk. Home week- Crestview, FL. Call
ends w/TMC. Company 8 5 0- 6 8 2- 5 5 6 3 ,
endorsed CDL Training. TDD/TTY 711. Equal
1-866-280-5309 Housing Opportunity


Crestvlew/North Brick
Bluewater Bay 3br, * r$9/od 3/1, on fenced 1 ac.
2ba condo. Pets wel- W U $795/mo+dd. Work
come!. Avail Jan. 1st shop w/elect. 936-6894
$1100/mo 259-4055 'TOO/R Sn


Crestview
3 br, 2.5ba TH- near
shopping W/D hkup.
$750 mo. Pet neg. Mil-
itary Disc. 897-0267


Crestvlew- 2br, 1.5ba,
all appls., W/D hkups,
off street parking. $525
mo+dd. 217-7344

Crestview- 3 br 2.5
ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. $800/mo. 1st
month free! 496-1712

Crestview 307 Purl Ad-
ams, 2 br, 1.5ba, W/D,
close to bases. $650
mo+dd. 543-4742

Crestview-103 Ham-
pton 2 br, 1.5 ba, Out-
side storage & open pa-
tio. $525 mo + sd
682-8483 or 865-3421






fJEW TODAy

1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes for
Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061

3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$11,000! Only $199/
Mo! 5% down 15 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mo! For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext
5798.


Coldwell Banker United
Realtors 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, FI
32536 (850) 689-1515
or (850) 682-5922-EHO
*307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
1 ba, 700sf, $425 Inte-
rior Unit triplex
* 305 Walnut Ave 2br
1ba, 900sf, $500 end
unit Triplex
* 309 Walnut Ave. 2br,
1ba 900sf, $500 end
unit triplex
* 228 Runnymeade Dr.
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575
V2 Month's Rent Free
* 230 Runnymeade Dr
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575
/2 Month's Rent Free
* 6106 Magnolia Lane -
3br, 1.5ba 1026sf $695-
1 month's rent free
* 139 Beacon's Bend
2br, lba 804sf $700 -
Pets with approval
* 440 Apple Dr 3br,
2ba 1094sf $725 New
Paint
* 118 Palmetto Dr 4br,
2ba 1927sf $800 pets
with approval
* 210 Feldon Dr 3br,
2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
with approval
* 152 Sawying Pines CT
3br, 2.5ba 1309sf -
$800- End Unit
02904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $825
1 months free rent
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br,
2ba 1207sf $850 pets
with approval
* 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
2ba 1253sf $850 pets
with approval
* 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba
1165sf $825 1 months
free rent to military
* 2861 Airport Rd 4br,
1.5ba 1786 $850 Pets
with approval
* 5984 Creekside Cir
3br, 2ba 1465sf $895
pets with approval
* 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba
1620sf $899 - 1st
month's rent free
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br,
2ba 1088sf, $900 - All
appliances included
* 4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf
$995 - privacy fenced
backyard
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br,
2ba 1953sf. $995 - 1
months rent free to mili-
tary
* 507 White Oak Lane
4br, 2ba 1850sf $900 -
First Months Rent Free
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br,
2ba 1088sf $900 - all
appliances included.
* 4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf,
$995- Privacy fenced
backyard
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br,
2ba 1953sf $995 - 1
month's free to military
* 220 Westview Dr 3br,
2ba 1706sf $1000 - 5%
discount off monthly rent
or military
* 1305 Jefferyscot Ct
3br, 2ba 1613sf $1000
pets allowed
* 5121 Whitehurst lane
4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000
- all appliances included
* 5262 Clint Mason Rd
3br, 2.5ba, 1836sf,
$1000 - All appliances
included.
* 1235 Gabrielle Drive
3br, 2ba 1758sf $1125
- Large Fenced in back
yard
* 2716 Paddock Cir
4br, 2ba 2097sf $1195
1 months rent free rent
plus an additional 5%
discount on monthly rent
to military
* 228 Riverchase Blvd
4br, 2ba 2555sf $1195
- First month's rent free
* 411 Swift Fox Run
4br, 3ba 2282sf $1200
- no pets allowed
* 248 Limestone Cir
3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200
- no pels allowed
For further information
and to apply online,
please visit our website
at: www.cburpm.com


eItlvieC w - 3 13/ .5jAi
brick home excellent
cond. no pets. $700.mo
+ $700. dd. Call
682-4024

Crestview- $380 mo
$300 dep. 1 br, 1 ba
sm. house, yard. No pets
+ Also 3 br, 1 ba rent to
own $2500 down, $680
mo. Call 537-9798

Crestview
2/1 Duplex
freshly painted, $600
mo, '$600 DD, pets ok
with additional deposit,
682-7731 Mon-Fri



NEW TODAY
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican Real
Estate 315-0972

Crestview
3/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700 mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri


Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba,
large room. $950 mo.
WG&E Paid. 682-4280
or 699-4281

Crestview Spacious
home available now.
Pets ok. $1000 -
$1100 mo David
850-423-9728


Move-hReadxM
Crestview- Very Clean
brick 3 br, 2 be, garage,
W/D, incl. $875 mo +
dd. Call 699-3833


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Janet Johnson
Really, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $850
* 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 114 Hampton Dr
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 3089 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2 ba; $595
* 216 Virginia St-
2 br, 1.5 ba; $600
* 602 Henderson St
2 br, 1 ba; $625
* 202 Virginia St -
2 br, 1.5 ba; $650
* 206 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 1090-A Farmer St -
2 br, 1 ba, $675
* 6018 Sand Hill Rd
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 107 Corwin Dr-
2 br, 2.5 ba; $750
* 5292 Opportunity Dr -
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 134 Swaying Pine Ct-
3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
* 6247 Winstead Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $825
* 5255 Sue Cir
3 br, 2 ba, $900
* 5682 Reinke Dr -
4 br, 3 ba, $850
* 421 Juniper Dr -
3 br, 2 ba; $995
* 332 Peggy Dr-
4 br, 2 ba, $1200
* 2704 Ashiey Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $60
* 3650 Okaloo Ln
6 br, 3 ba; $900
* 8110 4th St -
4 br, 2ba, $700
Never rent again! Buy
4br, 2ba, $15,400!
Only $199/mo! 3br
$11,000! 5% down 15
years 8%. HUD Homes
Available! for listings
(800)366-9783 ext.
5796
North Crestview, Crest-
view & Holt area. 2bd 2
be, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba.
$600. - $850. mo plenty
to choose from call
546-1192
WHY RENT???
New Site Built Homes
from the $100's. Low
Interest Rates!
800- 678-4647


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ty$450mo includes all utils
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used homes, and foreclo-
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850-682-3344
Only Fourteen
Payments Left!
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Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
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bases on quiet half 4 ;; P
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently 7190
updated with stainless Mid Tenn Mtns By
steel appliances, corner Owner, 5 acres, perfect
FP w/all brick hearth, mountaintop cabin-site
vaulted ceilings, fresh w/ woods. Small stream
paint, security system, in back of property. A
updated electronic irri- must see! $26,900.
gation, large screened Owner Financing (931)
porch under roof, chain 445-3611
link back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000. North Carolina Moun-
Call 850 226-6754 tains - Handyman special
bordering U.S.F.S. paved
dr., well, septic, sin-
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L Lake Nantahala, borders
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$113,900K @ 7.104% and loaded with deer,
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fishing, view, private.
$26,500. Must sell, call
owner (866)789-8535.


Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory warr.,
auto. Appearance pkg,
6 disc CD, 17" wheels,
power windows/locks,
Many upgrades,
$16,995 obo.
Call 934-5610

Police Impounds! '95
Honda Civic $700! '94
Acura Integra $7001 '93
Honda Accord $650! for
listings call (800)
366-9813 ext 9275

Pontiac G6 '06
45K miles, 4dr, V6,
AT, loaded, white/
black, 28 MPG,
moonroof, remote start,
*extended warranty, exc
cond. NADA $12,950,
asking $11,000. Call
evenings after 5pm
614-633-7822





Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
oftf +tO (619) 204-1406n


Navarre - (803)826-6033 (Brokers ... , w -
Navarre ~ Protected).
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba, rtected).
2150sf home on large Tennessee Land Rush!
natural lot. 9' ceilings, 1+acre to 2acre home- 8140
separate living & dining sites, wood, views. Start-
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg. ing at $59,900. Tenn 1997 Chevy Astro Van
whirlpool tub and sepa- River & Nick-a-Jack view $1950. OBO Call
rate shower in master tracts now available! Re- 902-0149 or 398-8169
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa- tirement guide rates this after 5pm.
terfront neighborhood. area #2 is U.S. places to
Priced to sell at the re- retire. Low cost of living, Dodge Van 1987 with
Priced to sell at the re- no impact fee. (330) wheel chair lift. 31k mile
duced price of $260K.. 699-2741 or (866) $6800. Free motorized
Call 850 261-0322, or 550-5263, Ask About wheelchair included.
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