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Title: Crestview news bulletin!
Portion of title: Bulletin
Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 2008
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 9, no. 40 (Sept. 26, 2001).
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CATS!


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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
CAT LOVER: Rachel Landers sits with her beloved feline Ivy, whom she
adopted in 1995. Crestview needs a cat shelter, she says.


Crestview felines'friend

Cat shelter needed in

north county area, resident says


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

There are dog people and there
are cat people.
Make no mistake, 79-year-old
Rachel Landers is a cat person.
A rustic metal cat welcomes
visitors at her door. Cat figurines line
the shelves in her curio cabinet. A
crouching cat sculpture guards the
Bible on her coffee table.
"People help the dogs here, but
they don't care about the cats,"
Landers lamented. "All of them are
God's little creatures and we're
supposed to take care of them, too.
But some people don't feel that
way."
From her tidy home in the Brackin
Street neighborhood, Landers does
her part to help her feline friends.
She's fixed up a shed in her backyard
with clean, well-maintained
individual kennels for them.
"But the rascals still come up on
my porch," she chuckled. "They are
beautiful cats."
Mrs. Landers estimates 15 or
16 cats have come from the woods
behind her home to take advantage
of her hospitality. However, her
guests started reproducing. Once
accustomed to being fed, they knew


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right where to bring their offspring.
To Landers' rescue came Alison
DeBruhl, a volunteer with the Animal
Protection League of Okaloosa
County. The organization helps low-
income people get medical care for
their dogs and cats.
Several of the kittens she removed
from the yard have been adopted,
DeBruhl said. More are awaiting
homes.
Landers feels more can be
done to help stray local cats. A cat
shelter, funded by local business
contributions, is needed, she feels.
"We need a place real bad where
cats can live out their lives in peace.
I can't help financially, but I can
volunteer some," she offered.
"I live on a fixed income, and cat
food is getting so expensive. I use
See FELINES A2


KYLE WRIGHT I Cirnito Nes. Bull-tin
DON'T FEED THE ANIMALS: This sign was
posted in an area where some people
provided food for the cats who live near
Twin Hills Park.


Opinions differ


on how to treat


cat colony

Kyle Wright
Crest~ie" s News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - Jennifer Brown wants to
help the feral cats who live on the outskirts
of T'in Hills Park, but she doesn't want to
break the rules, either.
Brown was motivated to bring attention
to the cats when the city posted a sign near
a pathway on the
MORE CATS west side of the
park warning citi-
* What should the zens not to feed
area do about the the animals. Peo-
abundance of feral pie frequently left
cats in the commu- food for the cats
nity? News Bulletin near the pathway
Editor Kyle Wright 'When I saw
offers his thoughts in the sign out there,
s his hught got concerned
his "Passing Shots" she said. "I'm hop-
column on Page A7 ing to put together
* The "Crestview a group of volun-
Kitty" trial date has teers to monitor
been pushed back. the colony and
Find out why on Page feed them and
B6 help them.
"An extermi-
nation policy is
WANT TO HELP? not successful.
and I'm hoping
become a voln- the city is open to
Tobecomeother solutions.
teer with the Animal I definitely think
Protection League of something can be
Okaloosa County, done."
call Alison DeBruhl Crestview Ad-
at (850) 651-1225 ministrative Ser-
or Almust Parker at vices Director
(850) 863-1598. Mike Wing, whose
To get involved department over-
with SOCKS (Save sees animal con-
S. tr6l for the city,
Our Cats & Kittens) trolores the
the www.saveo- appreciates the
visit te www.saveo- efforts of con-
urcatsandkittens.com cerned citizens
Web site. like Brown. He
said the city would
work with groups wishing to adopt cats ("We
have plenty in our shelter," he noted), but
said a trap-neuter-release type of program
is not feasible.
As an example, he said if a child at the
nearby park playground received a bite
from a cat from a trap-neuter-release area,
the city still would not be able to tell the par-
ents to assume the animal was vaccinated
against rabies.
"We would be happy to work out adoption
arrangements, but we've still got to catch


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Crestview


Christmas


Parade

Story and Photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Downtown Crestview Christ-
mas Parade, organized by Main Street
Crestview Association, took place this
past Saturday on Main Street.
The parade theme was "Olde Town
Christmas."
See more photos from the parade
online at www.crestviewbulletin.com.
Also vote in our online poll, "Should
the Crestview Christmas Parade in-
clude more floats?"


Local


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH: These angels remembered the true meaning of Christmas.


BAKER
BAND: The
Baker Gator
marching
band
entertained
the crowd
with
Christmas
tunes.


wrapped up and ready for
Christmas!


CHRISTMAS MEETS MARDI GRAS:
Rhianna Brown was busy
catching beads as the floats
cruised up Main Street.


FEELS LIKE CHRISTMAS: There was lots of reindeer and elves all bundled up in the cold
for the Crestview Christmas Parade.


CHRISTMAS
ROYALTY:
This
handsome
king had
plenty of
beads to
toss.


CHRISTMAS BEAUTY: A little Miss
Crestview beauty queen!


CATS PREVALENT IN LAUREL HILL
A discussion on the large number of stray cats in
the Laurel Hill community was part of a recent Lau-
rel Hill City Council meeting.
One resident, who lives in the community only
during the winter months, said he returned from his
summer vacation to find 28 cats living around his
home.
"It's always been a problem," one resident said
during the meeting.
The city council indicated it would work with the
PAWS facility in Laurel Hill on the best ways to ad-
dress the issue.


FELINES from page Al


about three of those big
bags a week. I do without
stuff that I want to buy cat
food to feed them. It costs
me at least $40 a week."
Giving up her beloved
pets is simply not an
option.
"I think these cats are
what keeps me going,"
said Landers, itemizing a
series of medical woes.


Landers also stressed
the need for pet owners to
be responsible.
"People need to license
their pets so strays can
be returned and also so
animal control can check
to make sure they have
their shots," she said.
Mistreatmentofanimals
gets Landers'bloodboiling.
When she heard about the


recent alleged murder of a
Crestview kitten, she was
irate.
"I wish they would call
me on the jury for that!"
she exclaimed. "Those
people are sick. That's the
way murderers start out!
They get a thrill out of it!"
Nuzzling Ivy, one
of her few indoor cats,
Landers' voice returns


to its affectionate,
grandmotherly tone.
"People just shoo cats
off. People haven't got
sense enough to know
that cats keep down rats
and snakes," she said.
"I've never had snakes but
people on each side of me
have had snakes in their
yards, but I never had a
problem."


COLONY from page Al


them," Wing said. "We
can't ignore them."
Wing said the city's pol-
icy is to follow the Florida
Animal Control Associa-
tion guidelines regarding
feral cats.
The FACA policy states,
"The concept of managing
free-roaming/feral cats
is not tenable on public
health grounds because
of the persistent threat
posed to communities
from injury and disease. ...


Allowing cats to roam free
is not in the best interests
of the community's health
and deliberate release or
abandonment of feral or
domestic cats is not sanc-
tioned under Florida's
conservation and cruelty
laws."
Wing said the city
traps the cats out of pos-
sible view of children in
the nearby park play-
ground.
"We are sensitive to the


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Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


fact children don't want
to see cats captured," he
said. "But feral cats can
be dangerous, especially
to children, and city or-
dinances charge the city
with the responsibility to
control stray animals.
Nancy Schimmer of the
local SOCKS (Save Our
Cats and Kittens) organi-
zation, says the group's
long-term goal for any fe-
ral cat colony would be to
implement a trap-neuter-


release program.
"From what we've been
able to hear, if you trap
them and you spay or neu-
ter them and return them
to the colony, the colony
tends to shrink in number
because they will keep oth-
er cats out.
"You do have to make
sure they are not a nui-
sance, but the ultimate
goal would be to get a vet-
erinarian and funding in-
volved."


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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."


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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Arts & EntPertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I|A3


Check it OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
* Library Fine Am-
nesty Can Food Drive:
During the month of
December we will forgive
fines at the rate of $1 for
one can of food. The food
will be donated to Shar-
ing and Caring.
* Give the Gift of
Reading: Through Dec.
20 please bring in new (or
like-new) children's books
to be donated to Okaloosa
County Head Start.
* Only 6 days until
"Noel Night". Dec. 16
from 6 to 8 p.m. bring
the whole family to the
library to celebrate the
winter holidays with
us. Join us for music,
crafts, food and fun. It's
all free at the library.
Come make crafts for
Christmas, Hanukah, and
Kwanzaa. Chanticleer of
Crestview High School,
led by Kevin Lusk, and
Kelly Keenan will fill the
library with Christmas
music. Evelenar Baptist
Church Dance Team
will perform two dances.
Crafters come early!
We'll do crafts while
supplies last! When you
finish your crafts, or if
you're not into crafts,
scavenge the library and
win a prize! You can also
win a prize by playing
dreidel! Oh! I almost for-
got - there will be prizes
and maybe a surprise
visit from you-know-who.
This is an annual event
we want to share with all
our customers. We hope
you will join us for a fun-
filled evening. Don't miss
our decorated Christmas
trees. They will be on
display throughout the
library.


* The December
"Crafts From Around
the World" program will
be held on Dec. 15. Chil-
dren age 6 and up join us
in our travels around the
world. We will be stopping
this month in Antarctica.
The craft will be a snow
globe. Children can start
their craft any time after
3 p.m. and should finish
by 5 p.m. Space is limited
so please come in and
sign up.
* Teens 12-18 join us
for Nintendo Wii play
every Friday afternoon
from 2 to 4 p.m. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the
Wii activities will only be
available to teens. Any
questions please ask Ms.
Janice.
* Sign up at the front
desk and receive a birth
month shape, write the
child's name and birth
date on it, and we will
post it on our Birthday
Club board. Children may
come into the library dur-
ing their birth month, find
their name and shape
on the board and bring it
'back to the front desk to
receive a prize.

HOLIDAY HOURS
Holiday hours for the
library are as follows:
Dec. 24 - Open 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dec. 25 and 26 -
Closed
Dec. 27 - Open 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dec. 31 - Open 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Jan. 1 - Closed

STAFF PICKS
* "Unveiled: How
an American Woman
Found Her Way


Through Politics, Love,
and Obedience in the
Middle East." Debo-
rah Kanafani (MCN B
Kanafani). It begins as
a love story, but ends in
a struggle to free her
children. The love story
begins when Deborah
Jacobs, a Lebanese
American college stu-
dent from Long Island,
meets Marwan Kanafani.
Marwan is a handsome
former soccer star and
high-ranking Palestinian
diplomat working in the
United Nations. Shortly
after meeting Marwan
and Deborah were mar-
ried. They lived the high
life among diplomats,
dignitaries and world
leaders. She became
friends with the wives of
many high-ranking Arab
leaders. Although it was
exciting to know Suha
Arafat, Queen Dina.of
Jordan and others Debo-
rah found she missed her
independent American
way of living. This lack
of independence eventu-
ally led to her divorce.
As happens with many
American women who
marry Palestinian men
the children were not al-
lowed to leave with Debo-
rah when she returned to
the United States. Even-
tually after several years
she managed to get her
children when they were
evacuated to another
country during a Pales-
tinian uprising. During
the years her children
were captive she worked
with many of the women
who were married to
high-ranking officials to
write their stories of the
struggles as they worked
behind the scenes for
peace. I found the stories
these women tell to be
fascinating. Don't miss


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this interesting book.
Add it to your list of must
reads.
* "When She Was
White: The True Story
of a Family Divided
by Race." Judith Stone
(MCN B Laing). Sandra
Laing was born to a
white Afrikaner couple in
South Africa. The family
at birth registered her as
a white child. There was
talk among the neighbors
accusing the mother of
pairing with a gardener
or some other household
worker and producing
a black child. Sandra's
parents associated her
dark skin and frizzy hair
to an interracial union
far back in their family
history. Both parents in-
sisted Sandra was their
biological child. Once
Sandra entered school
she soon found out that
her dark skin was some-
thing her classmates and
teachers did not like. All
white children were sent
to boarding school at an
early age. Sandra didn't
make many friends, and
many of the children
called her names and
refused to play with her.
The headmaster was
unusually mean and
insisted that Sandra be
removed from the school.
He eventually managed
to get her registration
changed from white to
black. When Sandra was
10, two uniformed guards
came to the school and
took her home. Sandra
had no idea why she was
taken from the school
and told she could not
return. She had been
reclassified and could
not attend that school
any longer. The Laing's
were enraged when the
government reclassified
Sandra as "coloured"
- of mixed race. The
Laing's went all the way
to the Supreme Court
asking that she be clas-
sified as white, and they
lost. The law was finally
amended so the descent,
rather than appearance


and community accep-
tance, became the key to
determining race. San-
dra was declared white
again. Now at the age of
40 Sandra tells of the dif-
ficult and heartbreaking
years she lived outside
the world of white privi-
lege. Many of the years
she lived in a poor black
township she remembers
as the happiest years
of her life. This story is
an eye-opening account
of the hidden history of
South Africa.

REMINDER
There will be no deliv-
ery of reserve requests
(for books, audios, mov-
ies) from other OCPLC
libraries from Dec. 22
through Jan. 2.
JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask any staff member,


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Anna, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice, Au-
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CONTACT US
Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Dr., Crestview, FL
32539 (Behind the Crest-
view Post Office)

QUOTE
"More than a building
that houses books and
data, the library repre-
sents a window to a larg-
er world, the place where
we've always come to
discover big ideas and
profound concepts that
help move the American
story forward and the hu-
man story forward."
- Barack Obama


Arts CALENDAR


Christmas Old & New
The Northwest Florida State College
Schola Cantorum (School of Singing), a 12
member select chorus comprised of a di-
verse group of singers from over the two
county area, presents a local free concert
on Monday at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian
Church in Crestview. The program consists
of music from across the ages and is mostly
unaccompanied by instruments. For more
information call (850) 830-2062.


Crestview High School Chorus
Christmas Concert
Bring the family for a delightful eve-
ning of holiday music performed by the
120-voice award-winning chorus, includ-
ing traditional and new carols, including
the ever-popular audience sing-along
with "Silent Night."
The show is Thursday, 7 p.m. in the
Pearl Tyner Auditorium at CHS.


NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Crestview will have the following offices on
the ballot for the March 10, 2009, Municipal Election:
CITY CLERK: for a four (4) year term
CITY COUNCIL, THREE SEATS: for a four (4) year term each
Precinct 1, East Crestview
Precinct 2, West Crestview
Precinct 3, North Crestview
Candidates for Precincts 1, 2, and 3 must be registered electors of Okaloosa County
and reside in the designated city precinct. The City Clerk candidates must be registered
electors of Okaloosa County but may reside anywhere within city limits. Candidates are
elected at large, by plurality.
The qualifying period shall commence at noon on Monday, December 29, 2008, and shall
close at noon on Friday, January 2, 2009. All candidates shall qualify with the Supervisor
of Elections office at 302 Wilson St N, Suite 102, Crestview, FL. Papers are now available
in the Supervisor's office.
To qualify, a candidate must file the required papers and a filing fee as follows:
City Clerk: $887.89 ($50 filing fee forthe City of Crestview and $837.89, a 1% election
assessment for deposit in the state Elections Commission Trust Fund)
Council: $60.40 ($10'filing fee for the City of Crestview and $50.40, a 1% election
assessment for deposit in the state Elections Commission Trust Fund)
Candidates may have the 1% election assessment waived by filing an Affidavit of Undue
Burden.
Registration books for this election will close on Monday, February 9, 2009. Voting will be
held for registered city residents only in Okaloosa County precincts 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 45,
and 52 on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. Voting is conducted in compliance with Americans
with Disabilities Act; for information or assistance, call 850-689-5600.
Absentee ballots will be available through the Supervisor of Elections offices, in
compliance with state and federal laws.


December 10, 2008
December 20, 2008


Patricia M. Hollarn
Supervisor of Elections
Okaloosa County, Florida


First Tuesday Lecture: Yoga

for Everyone

Special to the News Bulletin

Join Kristy Souto of the Barefoot
Yoga Studio as she introduces par-
ticipants to the history, breathwork
and physical postures of yoga for
the Jan. 6 First Tuesday Lecture at
the Crestview Public Library. Learn
how yoga can help lower blood pres-
sure, manage weight, reduce stress,
promote healthy digestion, increase SOUTO
mobility and bone density, combat ,
fatigue, enhance sleep, and even im-
prove your golf or tennis game! Yoga is accessible to
everyone, regardless of age, weight or physical limi-
tation. You've heard about it, you've thought about
it, so here's your chance to try it.
Kristy Souto brings her infectious humor and love
of Yoga to each of her classes. A mother of two kids,
Kristy decided against re-entering the "rat race"
after the birth of her daughter and instead chose to
spend her days teaching what she loves. Her classes
are an uplifting blend incorporating movement,
static postures, breathing techniques and medita-
tion for stress reduction. Kristy also offers classes
to people living with Multiple Sclerosis through the
MSF. She is currently studying to complete her 1200-
hour Therapeutic Yoga certification with JJ Gorm-
ley-Etchells, (a 5-year student of TKV and Kausthub
Desikachar). A certified yoga instructor registered
with Yoga Alliance, Kristy opened The Barefoot Yoga
Studio in Niceville in 2005. Please visit the thebare-
footyogastudio.net Web site at for a complete listing
of classes and upcoming workshops.
The library is located at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the Post Office) in Crestview. The program
begins at 10:30 a.m. with coffee and cookies served
starting at 10 a.m. Call 682-4432.






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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Baugh reflects on six months on council b


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Now that he's reached
his sixth month on the
Crestview City Council,
Charles Baugh said, "I
guess you could say the
honeymoon period is over.
I am just still fired up about
being a councilman and
working for the people of
Crestview."
Baugh has gained a
reputation for plunging
into city departments to
see first-hand how city
workers serve the citizens.
"I am proud of the
people who work for our
city," he said. "We have a
Marine-Corps-mentality
troop of employees. They
are dedicated! We have just
that kind of people.
"I don't know about
people in other towns, but
I go to bed and sleep well
at night knowing the Crest-
view Police Department
and the Crestview Fire
Department and our EMTs
are on the job, looking out
for my family and me and
the citizens of Crestview."
Baugh cited other areas
of success he has observed
and deliberated on with his
fellow council members.
* "We've kept the mill-
age rate for Crestview


CITY
COUNCIL

:CORNER
where it's been, although
we had been advised we
should have increased it,"
Baugh said. "We are com-
mitted to keeping the level
of services our citizens
currently enjoy the same."
* "The Florida A&M
pharmacy school is still on
the horizon and the council
has been moving forward,"
Baugh said. "It's a win-win
situation for the city and
the school."
Baugh said a recent
study showed the influx of
jobs and students "should
affect the city with $9 mil-
lion being shot into the
community. I think our
downtown will benefit from
the school being there.
I'd have to win the lottery
to get the city that kind of
money!"
* On the business side,
Baugh observed, "Our
Main Street CRA is doing
a lot of facade upgrades.
Crestview's tax dollars are
being put to work
"I'm please to see
Staples and Tractor Sup-
ply Company opening, and
new downtown businesses
like Guglielmo's restau-


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
COURSE COMPLETED: Crestview Mayor David Cadle
recognized council member Charles Baugh for
completing the Florida League of Cities 2008
Institute for Elected Municipal Officials.


rant. Our mayor and busi-
ness development people
are encouraging business-
es to come to Crestview,
and that is really benefit-
ing our city."
* Public arts and
educational events also
received the councilman's
praise.
"I was impressed with
that Indian hunting camp,"
Baugh said of a recent
program sponsored by the
Crestview Public Library.
"I encourage all of our citi-
zens to enjoy the activities
available to them in


our city."
Baugh also encouraged
citizens to approach him
anytime they have com-
ments, suggestions
or concerns.
"I am a servant of the
people," he said. "I want
people to know they can
approach us with their
concerns and let us know
what they want us to do for
them."

City Council Corner
rotates between members
of the Crestview and Lau-
rel Hill city councils.
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CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL RECAP


A Crestview City Council meeting
that led off with a discussion on speed
bumps turned into a smooth ride
Monday night.
Among the notable items from the
28-minute meeting:
* Mayor David Cadle encourages
city officials to attend when represen-
tatives from the Army's 7th Special
Forces Group will be present in coun-
cil chambers at 10:30 a.m. today.
* Cadle presented a 10-year ser-
vice award to Public Services Direc-
tor Brona "Wayne" Steele and recog-
nized council memberCharles Baugh
for completing the Florida League of
Cities 2008 Institute for Elected Mu-


nicipal Officials.
* Crestview Wal-Mart manager
Jon Kurpil presented checks for
$3,000 apiece to the Crestview Police
Department, Crestview Fire Depart-
ment and Crestview Parks and Rec-
reation Department.
* The Crestview Housing Author-
ity presented a plan to add speed
bumps in the CHA area. The Crest-
view Housing Authority also present-
ed the city a check for about $23,000
as part of a Pilot Payment program.
* The council voted to cancel its
second December meeting, sched-
uled for Dec. 22.
* The council will conduct a work-


KYLl WKIu.H I CrestviewiNews Bulletn
SERVICE AWARD: Crestview Mayor
David Cadle presented a 10-year
service award to Public Services
Director Brona "Wayne" Steele.

shop Jan. 5 at 6 p.m. to review pro-
posed ordinances.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
TOASTED AND ROASTED: Pat Hollarn and Paul Lux laugh
as attorney Mike Chesser gets in a few jabs at Pat
during her roast.


Pat Hollarn honored


More than 200 gather to recognize

retiring Supervisor of Elections


Tom McLaughlin
Florida Freedom Newspapers
She was vigorously
roasted and eloquently
toasted, and at the end of
the night outgoing Qka-
loosa County Supervi-
sor of Elections Pat Hol-
larn stood to speak and
couldn't.
Almost.
"I'm thoroughly ... not
speechless, don't get excit-
ed," Hollarn said. "But I'm
moved to a point I'm not
sure what I should say."


Some 200 friends, em-
ployees and dignitaries
from across Florida, in-
cluding Secretary of State
Kurt Browning, traveled
to Crestview on Thursday
to honor Hollarn for her
20 years of service.

Visit www.crestview-
bulletin.com to view
an online photo gallery
from the ceremony. Read
Tom McLaughlin's full
account of the event at
www.nwfdailynews.com.


IHKtEt IEtNKAIIUNS UF tLELIIUNS SUrtKVISUKO : rat
Hollarn is pictured with former Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Elsie Garrett and Supervisor
of Elections-Elect Paul Lux during her retirement
celebration on Thursday.


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and so is their community hospital.

When Mark Seagle, a minister at Crestview's Emmanual Baptist Church, started planning a family with his wife, Susan,
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and since the hospital was so close, it was an easy choice.When Mark and Susan Seagle's daughter, Ella, was born at
North Okaloosa Medical Center this year, it was almost like a reunion. After all, Julia, Lydia, Cynthia and John Mark
were all born here, too.
After experiencing our $1 million in renovations, Susan says this time was betterthan ever. "They did everything to keep
me comfortable. They really catered to me. But they did the same for Mark, too." Moms always get the special treatment
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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collectedfrom the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright weighs in on
the side issues that popped up following the North Oka-
loosa Fire District's requests for an ad valorem funding
option.
If your job depended on a vote and this decision was go-
ing to directly effect you and your family, I think you would
be a little bitter also. So I don't blame the firefighters for
being disappointed in the voter's decision. I also believe
you have taken this (comments implying "don't blame the
department iffire protection quality slips") out of context,
because I don't remember when any firefighter said that
they would not help someone. The firefighters did say that if
they were not able help someone due to lack of firefighters
or whatever they would need because of lack of money, than
you couldn't blame them. I believe that is what you are refer-
ring to, but I know firefighters personally and it is in their
blood to do whatever it takes to help someone even if that
one of their lives.

After the first vote we were told that we were too stupid
to understand what we were voting for or against. After the
second vote we were treated to a diatribe from the chief
basically calling all the north county folks everything but
cute and well paid for voting against it a second time in three
months. If there is a reason for passing new taxes, tell us
what they are.
Topic: "Crestview kitty" trial postponed, with the
possibility of another animal rights rally when the trial
takes place.
These people need to get a life. Can't they find some
other more worthy cause? It's sad that a kitten was killed.
I'm sure these men have already paid a dear price for their
actions. If they had known how much trouble they would get
into by putting a kitten out of it's misery then I'm sure they
would not have done it What about all the goats being be-
headed? Where's the animal activist's outcry for that? Or do
they only care about kittens?

Topic: The Rev. Mark Broadhead, a "From the Pul-
pit" columnist, expresses concern over the commercial-
ization of Christmas.
In the 4th century CE, Christianity imported the Sat-
urnalia festival (A Roman pagan festival), hoping to take
the pagan masses in with it. Christian leaders succeeded
in converting to Christianity large numbers of pagans by
promising them that they could continue to celebrate the
Saturnalia as Christians. The problem was that there was
nothing intrinsically Christian about Saturnalia. To remedy
this, these Christian leaders named Saturnalia's conclud-
ing day, Dec. 25, to be Jesus' birthday. Christians-had little
success, however, refining the practices of Saturnalia. As
Stephen Nissenbaum, professor history at the University
of Massachusetts, Amherst, writes, "In return for ensuring
massive observance of the anniversary of the Savior's birth
by assigning it to this resonant date, the Church for its part
tacitly agreed to allow the holiday to be celebrated more or
less the way it had always been." The earliest Christmas'
holidays were celebrated by drinking, singing naked in the
streets, a precursor of modern caroling, etc.
Editor's note: This comment was part of a poster's
three-part message relating one of the theories concerning
the historic origins of the Christmas holiday.

Topic: Crestview High School graduate Anthony
"Tony" Brown continues his climb through the Cincin-
nati Reds organization.
Tony continues to excel and be a Christian example for
others. He remains grounded, helpful to others and obedi-
ent to God. How many pros do you know who attend church
faithfully and work in the kitchen when they're home on va-
cation? Humble beginnings, a meek heart and great parents
are the true keys to his success. Keep going Tony The world
is watching.
Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts on any
north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@crestviewbulle-
tin.com, or post your thoughts atwww.crestviewbuletin.com.

Profundity
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Whether the stone hits the pitcher or
the pitcher hits the stone, it's going to be
bad for the pitcher."

DALE WASSERMAN
(1917 -1541)
American playwright, author and screenwriter,
in "Man of La Mancha"


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accurate, fair and thorough news and information for and
about the residents of the Crestview and North Okaloosa
County. A cornerstone of the Crestview News Bulletin, a
Freedom Communications Inc. publication, is the vitality
of a philosophy that promotes freedom and individual rights
for all.
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PASSING SHOTS


Officials, animal lovers should find


common ground to maximize resources


Blame it on me.
A caller a couple of months ago
traced the lack of abundant cat
shelters in north Okaloosa County
to me.
The caller said
if I had used my
"clout" - the
caller's word, not
mine - to push for -
more cat shelters,
then the area would
have them.
have them. KYLE WRIGHT
If only it was (850) 682-6524
that easy.
On the off
chance any policy-makers out there
are hanging on my every word be-
fore making their decisions, then
here is my Christmas wish list:
* Lower taxes.
* World peace.
* Why not; let's build some cat
shelters.
Now back to reality, where as-
sistance for the abundance of stray


A bad House Speaker
precedence
It was a very bold
and calculating move
for James "Bob" Rich-
burg and his handpicked
trustee board to hire a
sitting Speaker of the
House (Ray Sansom) to
a VP position at North-
west Florida State Col-
lege - the best "call
person" to have on the
corner. Borrowing Don
Gaetz's playbook, San-
som now double-dips


cats in the area is a tough sell in
this harsh economic climate.
It's hard to encourage the com-
munity to come up with ways to
help animals in need when the local
food banks are struggling to keep
the shelves stocked for people in
need.
And truth be told, animal care
doesn't register high on the prior-
ity lists for many even in the best
of economic times.
One thing could help. Local
governments and animal lovers
should find a way to mesh their
animal control aims to maximize
their resources.
Take the differing takes on the
feral cat colony near Twin Hills
Park (see article on Page Al) as
an example.
Well-intentioned animal lovers
truly believe a trap-neuter-vac-
cinate-release program is the best
way to control the colony.
Well-intentioned city officials

LETTER TO THE EDITOR


into the State coffer (ap-
propriated and non-ap-
propriated funds) while
deceiving the public that
it is okay or no conflict
exists. Like the silence
for the past eight years
on the national level,
the self-righteous and
so-called fiscal conser-
vative GOP citizens (the
majority party on the
Florida Panhandle) do
not possess the cour-
age or intellect to write
or spout off about the
unethical practices of


one of their own. With
State budget shortfalls
noted over the past year,
it's clear that the golden
parachute for Sansom
is already inflated to
secure his future - set-
ting a very dangerous
precedence for behavior
for future House Speak-
ers and our State leg-
islators. That's the big
picture. '"Citizen Legis-
lators" are supposed to
pass legislation, bills and
budgets to benefit the
people for whom they


honestly believe other solutions
are needed - in fact, are required,
based on guidelines from a state-
wide association.
More would be done to help the
Crestview cat colony if both sides
could find a way to direct their re-
sources toward some common aim.
Local animal lovers can boost
their cause by aligning their goals
with what local governments can
reasonably - and legally - provide.
In this way, the resources the
governments can devote to animal
care will be maximized.
No newspaper influence needed.

Kyle Wright is the News Bul-
letin Editor. Contact him at 682-
6524, or e-mail kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com. Visit the "Passing
Shots" blog at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com to find the flaw in one
of Kyle's recent columns and to
read his anti-Bowl Championship
Series rant.


represent; but not attach
in appearance or actual-
ity an under the table job
(money) deal for them-
selves to the package.
If the $65K (includes
$25K for being House
Speaker) legislator job
wasn't enough pay, then
why did Sansom with his
"qualifications" take the
public servant job in the
first place? Obviously,
we got our answer.

Michael J. Barnes
Fort Walton Beach


MESSAGE TO THE TROOPS


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our service person-
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Wishing all of you
a very Merry Christ-
mas! Wishing you could
all be home with your
families but knowing
that you are protecting
our country. Thank you
for all that you do and
we will always be here
waiting for your sweet
return home. Thank
you for your service to
our country!
Judy Bennett

Merry Christmas to
all the service members
not able to be home this
season. A special "Mer-
ry Christmas" for all of
those service members
from the NW, FL area
God Bless
Sharon Mayo

Happy holidays and
best wishes for the new
year to our troops at
home and abroad.
Del Stone Jr.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Janine


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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Education


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Antioch decks halls with fun, learning


Principal Glenda Rob-
inson provided this report
from Antioch Elementary:
What excitement and
learning fills the halls of
Antioch Elementary school
as we continually navigate
beyond our horizon!
* Hundreds of parents
turned out to visit our
campus during American
Education Week, observ-
ing our annual Spelling
Bees, visiting classrooms
and partaking of lunch
with their students in the
cafeteria. Superintendent
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts taught
a math lesson in Mrs. Kris-
tina Clark's third-grade
classroom. School Board
member Cathy Thigpen
enjoyed teaching all sub-
jects throughout the day
in Mrs. Amanda Tolbert's
third-grade classroom.
SAfter reading "The
Nutcracker" our fifth-
graders created their
own nutcrackers which
are currently on display
in the Media Center. As
a culminating activity
students dressed in their
finest attire and attended
a live performance of "The


Nutcracker" at Northwest
Florida State College. On
Dec. 17 fifth-graders will
travel to Pensacola to visit
the NAS Museum.
* Present and past ce-
lebrities came to life as our
fourth-graders presented
their Living Biographies
last week After a great
deal of research, many stu-
dents dressed in authentic
costumes and portrayed
important facets of the fa-
mous person's life in front
of their peers, teachers and
parents. Their performanc-
es were phenomenal!
On Dec. 17 fourth-grade
Aviators will travel to Santa
Rosa Mall and to Silver-
crest Manor. They tradi-
tionally sing each year un-
der the direction of music
teacher Patti Mitchell and
always represent Antioch
in a beautiful way.
* Kindergarten stu-
dents are busy preparing
for a special Christmas
play to be presented at
6 p.m. on Dec. 16. You're
invited to join us and enjoy
"Elfis, The Impersonator".
* A showcase of proj-
ects designed by Antioch's


gifted students under the
direction of Ms. Laura
Pink, gifted teacher, will
be on display from 4 to 6:30
p.m. on Thursday. Don't
miss this project and re-
search display, including
aircraft flight panels, a cut-
away section of pyramids,
mummies, sarcophagus,
decorative paper Egyptian
collars and bracelets, cave
paintings, fossil rubbings
and many more interesting
items.
* Students in all grades
are enjoying OVAL art
lessons presented by four
outstanding parent volun-
teers. Thanks to Evelyn
Brammer, Beverly Wright,
Betsy Bondi and Lesly Par-
sons for the motivating and
informative presentations.
* Antioch faculty and
staff provided a breakfast
in honor of our bus drivers,
maintenance workers, cus-
todial and lunchroom staff
last week We appreciate
their service to our school
and to our students! Good
food, fellowship and carol-
ing by our fourth-grade
students were enjoyed by
all in attendance.


GLENDA ROBINSON


* Congratulations to
Mrs. Belinda Small, An-
tioch's Teacher of the Year,
and to Mrs. Joyce Wheeler,
Antioch's School-Related
Employee of the Year. Both
of these deserving ladies
were chosen by their peers
and are to be commended
for their dedication to
providing an exceptional
learning environment for
our Aviators!
* As the holidays draw
near we would like to thank
our parents, volunteers
and community for your
awesome support. May
your home be filled with
laughter and joy through-
out this holiday season!

"From the Principal's
Office" provides updates
on schools in north Oka-
loosa County.


Richboure Middle School HONOR STUDENTS


A Honor Roll
6TH GRADE -Andrews,
Jordyn; Archer, Alexis; Cham-
berlain, Jordan; Farrar, Kianna;
Forsee, Jessica; Lee, Mikayla;
Maine, Lauren; Pan, Rachel;
Rodgers, Jenna.
7TH GRADE - Con-
nolly, Sean; Critcher, Shelby;
Dalton, Clara; Davis, Kris-
ten; Garcia, Alyssa; Jagielski,
Walter; Kootsouradis, Zane;
Miller, Jarrod; Oglesby, Shane;
Pierce, Taylor; Reese, Shanell;
Sabarre, Vincent; Summers,
Megan; Williams, Blake; Zop-
pina, Christian.
8TH GRADE - Buck-
elew, Jonathan; Cuchens,
Ethan; Fortner, Colin; Nick,
Bethany; Rebholz, Justin; Sin-
opoli,Turner;Takacs, Megan.


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neider, Leah; Binford, Zachary,
Chatman,Ashleigh; Cole,Alisha;
Collins, Jamaria; Colmon, Kyla;
Fortner, Coltin; Frazier, Frankie;
Gregory, William; Hepworth,
Suzin; Herring, Shannon; Hewitt,
Robert; Hopgood, Jahvon; Jack-
son, Danielle; Jacobs, Anthony;
James, Tyler; Kimm, Matthew,
King, Ladonte; Lee, Ernest; Le-
hotay, Sarah; Mason, Mekenzie;
Matherne, Rechael; Mcbeth,
Kathryn; Mcgee, Derian; Mckee,
Marisa; Miller, Todd; Moore,
Lanedra; Myers, Leighann; Nek-
lason, Alexander; Northcutt,
Christian; Oxley,Tyler; Peoples,
Jakeem; Pettit, Erin; Powers,
Gage, Rogers, Eliette; Santos,
Taylor; Sessions, Brandon; Shet-
ler, Claire; Simpson, Kendall; Sin-


gletary, Travis; Smith, Marshall;
Sowder, Anthony; Stonemets,
Lila; Tew, Chapman; Thomp-
son, Dustin;Vargas, Xavier;Von
Dem Bach, Sophie;Webb, Paul;
Wisenbaker, Kathryn;Womble,
Rennie; Wood, Robert; Young,
Tabitha;Young,Taylor.
7TH GRADE - Adams,
Amy; Adams, James; Allen, Lo-
gan; Bringier, Elizabeth; Camp,
Megan; Carter, Leliah; Clark,
Meagan; Dardon, Kelsie; Doody,
Nicole; Edwards, Ryan; Harris,
Connor; Hinton, Joshua; Hunt,
Venita; Jacobs, Janie; Joseph,
Brandon; Kile,Tyler; King,Aysia;
Kiser,Victoria; Laguerre, Jessica;
Larkins, Brandi; Lester, Jasmine;
Lindquist, Tyler; Linzy, Jordan;
Middelton, Jasmine; Montanez,
Miguel; Moore,William; Odom,
-Grant; Palmer, Brooke; Patel,
Yash; Pfeiffer, Taylor; Rachels,


Christian; Ramos, Natalie; Riego,
Ashley, Rogers,Arlette; Schultz,
Kiara; Slayton, Matthew; Smith,
Aaliyah; Smith, Savannah; Stew-
art, Kayla;Tarpley, Layla;Wagner,
Joshua; Ware, Denzel; Wedige,
Emily; Wells, Kayla; White, Je-
rome;Woollums, Brittany.
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Christopher; Born,Jeremy; Bry-
an, Michelle; Burlison, William;
Chang, Danny; Fournier, Peter;
Frelix, Kadeija; Gallegos, Zach-
ary; Govan, Kaleigh; Hanners,
Jacqueline; Herman, Joshua;
Johnson, Julia; Lee, Olissa; Mor-
ris, Haley; Richbourg, Ashley;
Robson, Michael; Rojas, Melisa;
Sasser, Heather;Sweatt, Forrest;
Thomason, Seth; Vann, Cody;
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Studies Unit.
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* Christmas music is in
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holiday spirit as they watch
the children perform.
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p.m., third-grade students
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when you hear them play!
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a piano recital in the cafete-
ria at 2:30 p.m.. Miss Downs
offers piano lessons to stu-
dents after school. The mon-
ies earned through piano
lessons support our music
program at Southside. The
public is invited to come and
hear our Southside Young
Musicians perform at this
recital.
On Dec. 15, the fifth-
grade students will perform
on their recorders at 6 p.m.
and 6:45 p.m.
On Dec. 16, kindergarten
students and the Southside
Bell Canto singers will
visit local nursing homes
to share Christmas music.
Our students certainly will
be spreading holiday cheer
during December!
* On our final day of
school before the holidays,
we will have a school-wide
Pajama Party. We willwear
our pajamas, bring our pil-
lows and spend a day doing
literacy activities in the
classroom. Of course, a par-
ty will have to be "squeezed"
into our busy schedule!
* During November and
December, the Southside
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port Person of the Year were
chosen by their peers. Mi-
chael Creel was chosen as
the Teacher of the Year. Mr.
Creel is a first grade teacher
at Southside. You might also
know him as our "traffic
director" in the afternoon
as students are dismissed!
Mrs. Donna Campbell was
chosen as our Educational
Support Person of the Year.
Mrs. Campbell is an ESE
Classroom Assistant. She
also makes the most beauti-
ful cakes in the world! Con-
gratulations to both of these
exemplary employees!
* Everyone wants to
know about our new school,
Riverside Elementary
School. We will be Eagles,
wearing red, white, and
blue, and "Soaring on the
Wings of Knowledge". If you
drive down Redstone Av-
enue, you can see how much
progress has been made
on our school. The school is
scheduled for completion in
April. We will move into our
new building when school is
out inJune andbe readyfor
students to begin school in
August. It has been a won-
derful experience for our
faculty and School Advisory
Council to be a part of the
planning for this school
* At this holiday time,
we want to thank our Adopt-
A-Classroom sponsors.
We currently have 27 local
businesses that support our
school through monetary
contributions that go di-
rectly to the classrooms. We
have many others that sup-
port various programs and
assemblies through gift cer-
tificates, food coupons, and
discounts. We are grateful to
live in Crestview, where the
community is so supportive
of our schools.
Our faculty would like to
wish everyone a wonderful
holiday season filled with,
joy. May you be safe, and
may all your days be merry
and bright!

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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High School Boys
Basketball
Walton at Crestview, JV 6
p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Crestview at Escambia JV
5 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Rocky Bayou
Christian, V 7 p.m.
South Walton at Baker, JV
5:30/V 6:45 p.m.

High School Girls
Soccer
Crestview at Escambia, JV
5:30 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.

Middle School
Basketball
Davidson at Meigs, Boys 5
p.m./Girls 6:30 p.m.
Richbourg at St. Mary's, Boys
5 p.m./Girls 6:30 p.m.

Middle School Soccer
Destin at Davidson, Boys 5
p.m./Girls 6:15 p.m.
Richbourg at Ruckel, Boys
5 p.m./Girls 6:15 p.m.

Friday
High School Boys
Basketball
Vernon at Baker, V only
7:15 p.m.
Laurel 1il at Paxton, JV 6
p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Tate at Crestview, JV 5 p.m
p.m./V 6:30 p.m.
Vernon at Baker, V only 6
p.m.

High School Boys
Soccer
Crestview at Niceville, JV
5 p.m./V 7 p.m.

High School Girls
Soccer
Fort Walton Beach at
Crestview, JV 5 p.m./V 7
p.m.

High School
Wrestling
Cresiview at Capital City
Classic, Tallahassee, 2 p.m.

BRIEFS
Football tryouts
The Crestview
Thunderbirds semi-pro foot-
ball team will hold tryouts
Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m.
Tryouts are at Old Spanish
Trail Park. Wear shorts,
shirt and cleats if possible.
Contact Coach Taylor at
305-23 17 or e-mail coach@
cresiviewthunderbirds.com
with any questions. Players
should be 18 or older. The
team will compete in the
Premier Football League.

North Florida Bulls
The North Florida Bulls
traveling baseball teams are
having tryouts for players in
the 10U-1 3U age groups
Saturday at Destin Middle
School.
The 9-1OU tryouts will be
from 10 a.m. to noon, 1 1-
12U from noon to 2 p.m.,
and 13U from 2 to 4 p.m.
If you have any questions
e-mail them to: -,:.,1-.i:,,:l
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to the website at northflorid-
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Sessions are Tuesdays
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Tuesday sessions will run
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Saturday sessions are from 2
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The camp is for players
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For more information go
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Photos by RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
MARTELLO COACHING TREE: Baker boys basketball coach Mike Martello, left, and Mosley coach Chris Martello
shared a moment with their father, former Baker coach Gerald Martello..


Gators coach Mike Martello squares off against brother


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - Family Ties met Family Feud in the
Baker gym Saturday night.
It truly was family affair when the Gators,
coached by Mike Martello, hosted Mosley,
coached by Chris Martello, in boys basketball action.
For good measure, the coaching patriarch of the fam-
ily, former Gator coach Gerald, was on hand watching
his sons square off for the first time in regular season
action.
"It was one (game) that my loyalty was torn between
the two (teams)," Gerald said. "And for one time in my
life I didn't say a word to the referees. I sat very calmly
during the ball game.
"The only way it could have been better is if Vince
(the oldest Martello son, a high school All-America who
died of cancer in the mid-1980s after being cut by the
NBA's Atlanta Hawks) could have been here."
For the record, it was the Class 2A Gators beating
the 5A Dolphins 64-50 as three Baker players scored in
double figures, led by Josh Rose with 14 points. Stephen
Shelley added 13 and Chad Donley 12.
"It's always good to beat a brother like that," Mike
said. "I don't know if I ever envisioned coaching against
him (when they were growing up), but I guess I did have
visions of coming back here and coaching.
"He used to beat me a lot (in the games played as
kids) so it's that much sweeter because I didn't get

See FAMILY B3



Hobo back in sight


Will Sherwood bounces back

from a freak eye injury


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - In liter-
ally the bat of an eye Will
Sherwood's athletic career
was almost taken away
from him two years ago in
a freak fishing accident.
"I was fishing on a river
in a 12-foot jon boat and I
was in the middle," he said.
"There was a guy fishing in
front of me and he got (his
line) caught in the limbs
along the river.
"He kept snatching,
snatching, snatching (try-
ing to free his line) and fi-
nally it started pulling on it,
and the line broke and the
rod snapped (back) and hit
my left eye."
The force of the blow
shattered the lens in the
eye, among other things.
The next few weeks
were a blur in many ways
for Sherwood, who plays
See EYES B3


ANN SPANN
Crestview News Bulletin
TEAM LEADER: Laurel Hill
senior Will Sherwood
came back from an eye
injury to become a team
captain for the Hobo
boys basketball
program.


HELPFUL ADVICE: Baker boys basketball coach Mike
Martello offers instructions to the Gators during their
game Saturday against Mosley.



Challenger Award is still


a cherished recognition

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Scattered around my house (and I do mean that
literally as well as figuratively) are several mementos
of things I've accomplished.
My college diploma that took more years than I
want to think about to earn hangs on my bedroom
wall. Next to the diploma is an induc-
tion certificate for my major's honor
society and another certificate com-
memorating a scholarship I was
awarded by the College of Communi-
cations at Tennessee for taking second
place in a public speaking competition.
In my computer room I have a
plaque given to me by the athletic de- RANDY
apartment at Northwest Florida State DICKSON
College as a show of appreciation for North End Zone
covering the school's baseball and
softball teams. Not far from it is my
deacon ordination certificate.
On the mantle in the living room are baseballs and
softballs signed by teams I coached.
Many of you have similar treasures that mark
achievements or bring back special memories.
Each of those objects represents a wonderful event
in my life. Yet there is one trophy that I treasure above
all others.
It is a trophy the First Baptist Church of Pen-
sacola has been awarding high school football play-
ers in Northwest Florida for 40 years, and was again
See AWARD B2


BOYS
BASKETBALL
Escambia Charter
66, Laurel Hill 61
LAUREL HILL - Powered
by the one-two punch of
DeShaun ad De Andre
Jones, the twins sons of
boxing champion Roy
Jones, Escambia Charter
dropped Laurel Hill in
District 1-A boys basketball
action Dec. 2
The Jones boys weren't
the high scorers for the
Bulldogs, as that honor
went to Tarus Thomas who
dropped in 18 points, but
each one delivered a scor-
ing flurry that helped in the
win.
EC 19 15 16 16
-66
LH 1023 7 21 -61
Laurel Hill - Jared
Pickron 4, Buck Baker
5, Ethan Jackson 3.
Will Sherwood 2, Seth
Strickland 20, Ryan
Simmons 3, Issiac Williams
24. Totals 137 14-23
61.

Pace 60, Crestview
31
The Dawgs fell against
the visiting Patriots in a
District 1-5A contest Dec.
2.
P 15 1921 5- 60
C8 3713- 31
Crestview
- Keyshawn Thomas 8,
Chris Pickett 7, Amond
Robinson 1, Cortez Watley
3, Shakeem Jackson
7, Rashad Dickson 2,
Darius Applewhite 1, Josh
Edwards 2.

Baker 39,
Pensacola Christian
36
No Baker player fin-
ished in double figures
scoring butJosh Yost (nine),
Chad Donley.(eight) and
Stephen Shelley (eight)
helped lead the Gators
to an upset win over 2A's
12th ranked team Dec. 2.
The win marked the
first by the Gators over
Pensacola Christian tn four
years.
B7 12 12 8- 39
P 9 6 7 14 -36
Baker - Colton
Henry 6, Josh Rose 2; Josh
Yost 9, Chad Donley 8,
Cameron Davis 3, Stephen
Shelley 8, Jared Batson 3.
865-1039.

Crestview 57,
Choctawhatchee 54
The Choctawhatchee
boys ::,. o eibl team
missed 1 1 free throws on
Thursday night, but none
were more important than
the final two.
With 12 seconds left to
play and the Indians down
just one, the Indians missed
a pair, allowing Crestview
(1-3, 1-3) to walk away
from a fierce District 1-5A
game with a hard-earned
57-54 win.
Ch 11 141712
- 54
Cr 11 17 12 17 - 57
Crestview - Josh
Edwards 14, Shykeem
Jackson 8, Chris Pickett
7, Darius Applewhite 7,
Cortez Whatley 6, Richard
Dixon 6, Amond Robinson
6, Jaquarius Raison Craig
2, Keyshawn Thomas 1.
Totals: 18 3 1 1-20 57.

Laurel Hill 66,
West Coast Baptist 46
Laurel Hill jumped out to
20-9 advantage after one
quarter of play and went
on to cruise to a win over
West Coast Baptist be-
hind 19 points from Ethan
Jackson and 16 points from
Issiac Williams.
LH 20 27 26 13
- 66
WCB 97 11 19


See BLEACHERS B3


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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


SDorts


BLEACHERS from page B1


-46
Laurel Hill - Jared Pickron 4,
Buck Baker 1, Ethan Jackson 19,
Will Sherwood 6, Seth Strickland
12, Ryan Simmons 2, Issiac
Williams 16, Zeb Strickland 6.
Totals: 21 67-13 66.

Baker 64, Freeport 59
Fueled by a game-high 25
points from Stephen Shelley, Baker
squeezed by Freeport in a District
1-2A battle Friday despite only
scoring two points in the second
quarter.
B 24 2 1721 - 64
F 15 13 17 14 - 59
Baker - Josh Rose 9, Josh
Yost 3, Chad Donley 9, Cameron
Davis 4, Stephen Shelley 25,
Jarrod Batson 14. Totals: 21 4
10-17.

SL Jones 69,
Laurel Hill 52
The Hoboes got a 15-point per-
formance from Seth Strickland but
couldn't overcome a 13-point half-
time deficit and 10 made 3-point-
ers from SL Jones in defeat Friday.
SLJ 13 23 19 14 - 69
LH 176 18 11 - 52
Laurel Hill - Jerry Pickron 6,
Buck Baker 4, Ethan Jackson 10,
Will Sherwood 4, Seth Strickland
15, Issiac Williams 13. Totals: 15
4 10-15.

Baker 64, Mosley 50
Josh Rose led all scorers with
14 points as Baker coach Mike
Martello got the better of his broth-
er, Mosley coach Chris Martello.
M 10 12 11 17 - 50
B 17 17 10 20 - 64


Baker - Colton Henry 6, Josh
Rose 14, Josh Yost 12, Cameron
Davis 2, Bill Copeland 1, Phillip
Hills 2, Stephen Shelley 13, Jarrod
Batson 6. Totals 16 9 5-9 64.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
South Walton 57,
Baker 32
The South Walton girls basket-
ball team used a strong second
half to defeat area rival Baker on
Ded. 1
Ba 10 1084 - 32
SW 10 14 14 19 - 57
Baker - Carly Barton
11, Ariel Adkinson 5, Courtney
Fountain 9, Alyssa Horn 2, Hannah
McGraw 2, Dani Mayfair 3.
Totals: 9 2 8-18 32

Cavalry Christian 50,
Laurel Hill 48
Rochelle Neau pumped in a
game-high 26 points, including two
free throws in the fourth quarter that
were the'decisive points on Dec. 1.
LH 18 11 10 9 - 48
CC 11 11 13 15 - 50

Crestview 46, Pace 31
The visiting Dawgs picked up
their first victory of the season Dec.
2
C 10 918 9 - 46
P12586- 31
Crestview - Jody Montolvo
2, Arquita Jernigan 6, Monique
Thurman 19, Holly Danford 6,
Jordan Thurman 7, Bernisha 2,
Applewhite 4.

Baker 59, Pensacola
Christian 20


Courtney Fountain scored a
team-high 16 points and grabbed
seven rebounds to help lead Baker
on Dec. 2 in a game the Gators
led from start to finish.
Alyssa Horn added 1 1 points
and 10 rebounds for Baker.
P 5 7 5 3 - 20
B 16 14 15 14- 66
Baker - Dani Marelli 2,
Carly Barton 6, Ariel Adkinson 6,
Courtney Fountain 16, Shanna
Cobb 4, Bethany Meisch 1, Alyssa
Horn 11, Hannah McGraw 4,
Dani Mayhair 6.
Totals: 27 O 5-19 59.

Freeport 49,
Laurel Hill 33
Freeport outscored Laurel Hill
17-4 in the first quarter en route to
a 16-point win on Dec. 2.
L4 12 107- 33
F 179 14 9 - 49
Laurel Hill - Brown 10,
Hansen 6, Castleberry 4, Morris 2,
Harrison 2, Underwood 9. Totals:
929-15.

Fort Walton Beach 36,.
Crestview 33
The Fort Walton Beach girls bas-
ketball team grinded out a victory
over District 1-5A rival Crestview on
Thursday.
Monique Thurman had nine
points for Crestview.
C7 128 8 -33
F 1 1555-36
Crestview - Arguita Jernigan
8, Monique Thurman 9, Holly
Stanford 2, Jordan Thurman 7,
Candice Green 2, Tuteana Frazier
5. Totals: 9 1 10-20 33.


Baker 41, Jay 37
Courtney Fountain had 14
points, six assists and six steals as
the Gators notched a key District
1-2A victory Thursday.
Ariel Adkinson chipped in nine
points and four steals for Baker,
which fell against Crestview at
6:45 p.m. Monday.
B911 615- 41
J 1359 10 - 37
Baker - Carley Darton
6, Ariel Adkinson 9, Courtney
Fountain 14, Shanna Cobb 4,
Alyssa Horn 4, Caitlyn Holley 2,
Hanna McGraw 2.

BOYS SOCCER
Fort Walton Beach 4,
Crestview 0
Josh Storbeck netted two goals
and Austin Mulrain and Caise
Vickery added one apiece as the
Fort Walton Beach boys soccer
team defeated Crestview 4-0 on
Dec. 1 in District 1-5A action.

Choctawhatchee 8,
Crestview 0
A'three-goal performance from
J.R. Rynearson and two more from
Ricky Hoegg propelled Choctaw to
a big District 1-5A win at Crestview
on Friday.

GIRLS SOCCER
Niceville 5, Crestview 0
In a matchup between two
District 1-5A foes, Niceville's
Molly Everitt scored three goals to
help the Eagles (8-1, 4-0) remain
unbeaten in district play on
Dec. 1.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
ROADRUNNER ON THE MOVE:
A Richbourg girls soccer
player moves the ball down
the field against a Davidson
defender. The Roadrunners
won the girls game.

Roadrunners

sweep Panthers

in soccer action

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Richbourg Middle School
boys and girls soccer teams
swept Davidson on Dec. 1
See more photos at www.
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DOUBLE-TEAMED: A Richbourg
boys soccer player moves
the ball downfield during
action against the Davidson
Panthers. Richbourg also
won the boys game.


AWARD from pace B1


awarded Monday night
at the annual Challenger
Banquet.
Baker's Ryne Wickery
and Crestview's Blake
Ritchie were the Chal-
lenger Award winners
from their respective
schools.
For those of you not
familiar with the Chal-
lenger Award, it is given


each year to a football
player from each school
in Escambia, Santa Rosa
and Okaloosa County. It
goes to a player who best
represents. Jesus Christ in
sports and in life.
In the early years of
the Challenger Award
the banquet was held at
the old Municipal, or Bay
Front Auditorium. Several


years ago it -
was moved
to the Pen-
sacola Civic
Center.
The for-
mat hasn't
changed
much, al- WICKERY
though pas-
tors at First
Baptist and coaches at


the respec-
tive schools
have come
and gone.
There is a
great meal
followed by
testimonies
RITCHIE from col-
lege and
retired pro
football players or coach-


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es and perhaps some sort
of video.
A featured speaker
shares a little more, and
then they hand out the
Challengers.
It's a wonderful event
that celebrates the positive
of high school sports.
In 19741 became the
first non-starter, non-letter-
man to be voted the Chal-


longer winner by my Gulf
Breeze teammates. Prior
to that night the highlight
of my junior season was
losing my shoe in my only
game action of the year.
Steve Davis, quarter-
back at Okalahoma, was
the featured speaker that
night. When my name was
called, in my nervousness,
I practically jumped up
on stage. When Davis re-
marked how quickly I got
up to receive my award, the
only thing this then-young
defensive lineman could
say was, "I had to get to the
quarterback"
The next day I saw my
name in the paper for the
only time during my high
school football career.
Thirty-four years have
passed since that night,
and I still think back on
what it means to be a
Challenger Award win-
ner. I can't speak for the
hundreds of other men
that have won the award,
but winning the award was
the single greatest honor
of my life. I hope it defined
who I was in high school
and continue to strive to
be today. I wouldn't trade
Smy Challenger for being
named All-State or All-
America.
Us early Challenger
winners are now middle-
aged men who have long
since hung up the pads and
cleats. Each year our num-
ber grows as new class of
winners is honored.
On behalf of all of us
who still desire to exem-
plify the spirit of Christ in
sports and in life, I want
to congratulate Blake and
Ryne for being named
Challenger Award win-
ners 2008.
May your lights always
shine for Jesus.

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and Ryne by posting a
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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


EYES from page B1


both basketball and base-
ball at Laurel Hill. For a
while it was uncertain if
the doctors would be able to
save the eye.
Sherwood spent two
weeks visiting multiple spe-
cialists. He finally found a
doctor in Dothan, Ala., who
installed a glaucoma tube
and a plastic lens similar to
the items used in cataract
surgery.
Laurel Hill basketball
coach Kent Zessin recalls
much of what went through
his mind when he learned of
the accident.
"'If he loses his eye how
is he going to handle that?"
Zessin remembers think-
ing. "You hope for the best


for the kid, and you pray for
him, and you do anything it
takes to get him through it..
"It was a touch and go
situation there for three or
four months. We didn't know
how the eye was going to
recover. We knew it was a
bad injury to the eye and he
had potential of losing his
sight."
The toughest thing about
the accident for Sherwood
was losing his sophomore
basketball season.
"It was tough wanting to
be out there with my friends
playing and stuff," he said.
"That's what Laurel Hill is
about is basketball, and it
was tough."
Zessin could see Sher-


wood's frustration.
"Will being a sports-
minded student, you knew
that would be devastating
for him," he said. "At first
he was real down on himself
and real depressed because
he didn't think he was going
to ever get to participate.
"He had to sit out the
rest of the season in basket-
ball that year because the
doctor didn't want to take
that chance of him getting
hit and definitely losing his
sight."
The time waiting for the
procedure on his eye also
was difficult for Sherwood.
"For two weeks I walked
around before surgery, it
was like having a napkin on


my face," he said. "I couldn't
see anything and it was kind
of scary"
The eye healed in time
for baseball season. That
presented another chal-
lenge.
"I had to wear a mask
over my helmet, and it
took about three weeks to
Sget used to it hitting in the
cage," he said. "It was weird
because I have to wear my
glasses ... and sometimes
they fog up."
When Zessin saw Sher-
wood on the diamond he
knew Sherwood would
be able to play basketball
again.
"The speed of a baseball
to the hand-eye coordination


would have to be a lot better
in the sport of baseball (than
in basketball)," he said.
"Once I saw that (Sherwood
playing baseball) I knew he
was OK
"And I just trusted the
doctors. When the doctors
told me he would have full
vision and it would be 20/20 I
was confident that he would
come back out and play
basketball, and he would be
fine."
Sherwood is doing more
than fine. Sherwood, one of
the few seniors on the Lau-
rel Hill basketball team, has
become a leader on and off.
the floor. The only conces-
sion to the eye injury: the
goggles he wears to guard


against the stray elbow or
freak collision.
"He was voted team cap-
tain by the players them-
selves. And I agree totally
with the team doing that,"
Zessin said. "I think he
deserves that, and he has
shown it out there on the
floor. When things are going
bad. he's the one that has
stepped it up and getting
on the people trying to get
them up.
"He's just a winner and
he doesn't like to lose. 'And
he shows it on the court."
Visit our online Laurel
Hill. boys basketball refer-
ence page at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


FAMILY from page B1


many wins against him
back then."
Chris said Gerald is the
reason both he and Mike
have become successful
coaches.
"Kudos to my dad,"
Chris said. "Coaching in
America is a beautiful
thing. I think that it's an
integral part of the nation.
"We teach competition,
and on top that we teach
cooperation, working with
teams. And that's some-
thing my father did and
my brother does, and it's a


satisfying profession."
Both brothers agreed
the battle of the brothers
was secondary to what
was happening on the
floor between the kids.
"It's really about the
players," Chris said.
"It's our players against
their players.
"It's satisfying in
that we are coaching
against each other, but
when it comes down to
it, it's one team's players
against another team's
players."


Mike added, "I told
my team before we
stepped on the floor, I
don't want you to think
about this as who we are
playing," he said. "When
we play in our district
against Freeport, Jay or
Pensacola Christian, we
think about who we are
playing.
"We play a game like
this to make ourselves bet-
ter and our team better."
Coming back to Baker
and his basketball roots
again stirred a lifetime


of memories for Chris.
"I made the comment
to one of the assistant
coaches that one of
my questions to God
is, that He can tell you
how many hairs are on
your head, so I want to
know how many practice
shots that I took at these
goals," Chris said.
Chris isn't the only
one who took thousands
and thousands of shots
at those goals. Basket-
ball was always a big
part of the Martello fam-


ily.
"(Chris) put as much
time in this gym as any-
body has," Gerald said.
"All of my children, we
used to spend Saturday
night by coming to the
gym and shooting bas-
kets.
"And that's what we did
for recreation."
It only seems natural
the Martellos followed in
their father's footsteps -
despite his best warnings.
"All of my children
developed the love of the


game I have, but they
didn't follow my advice
because I always advised
them 'whatever you do,
don't become a coach,"'
Gerald said. "And now
my oldest boy's daughter
(Binky Martello) is an
assistant coach at USM
school in Mobile, so evi-
dently they don't listen to
me very well."
Visit our online Baker
boys basketball reference
page at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
CITY OF LAUREL HILL, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Laurel Hill will have the following offices on
the ballot for the March 10, 2009, Municipal Election:
MAYOR: for a four (4) year term
CITY COUNCIL, THREE SEATS: for a four (4) year term each to the three council
candidates with the greatest number of votes
Candidates run at large and must be qualified electors of Okaloosa County residing
within the city limits of the City of Laurel Hill. All candidates are elected at large, by
highest number of votes..
The qualifying period shall commence at noon on Monday, December 29, 2008, and shall
close at noon on Friday, January 2, 2009. All candidates shall qualify with the Supervisor's
office at 302 Wilson St N, Suite 102, Crestview, FL. Papers are now available in the
Supervisor's office.
To qualify for all offices, a candidate must file the required papers and a filing fee of $10,
pursuant to the city charter.
Registration books for this election will close on Monday, February 9, 2009. Voting will
be held for city residents only at the First Baptist Church of Laurel Hill on Tuesday, March
10, 2009, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Voting is conducted in compliance with Americans with
Disabilities Act; for information or assistance, call 850-689-5600.
Absentee ballots will be available through the Supervisor of Elections offices, in
compliance with state and federal laws.


December 10, 2008
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B44 I Crestview News Bulletin


Business Directory.








EXTENSION CONNECTION |-


Brenda Smith
Okaloosa County Extension

Retailers always want
to have their business
finances in the black,
meaning they earn more
than they spend. Most do
not accomplish this goal
until our holiday spend-
ing season kicks off.
Economic forecast-
ers predict our spending
will be conservative this
year. Conservative or
prudent good spending
and savings habits are a
true reflection of building
wealth instead of debt.
No matter how much we
earn, like retailers, our
financial goals should be
to operate in the black
- but we should not
depend on a particular
season. Every payday
should be our own Black
Friday! We should take a
portion of our profits that
we have worked so hard
for and invest them in
ourselves by saving.
Here is a monthly
take-home pay spend-
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recommended spend-
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and variable expenses.
How do you match up?


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UFFLORIDA
IFAS Extension

Each category should
not exceed the percent-
age amount for expenses
but can be less (thus, the
numbers below add up to
more than 100 percent).
The amount spent should
not be greater than in-
come.
* Food 30 percent
* Housing 40 percent
* Clothing 10 percent
* Personal 5 percent
* Transportation 25
percent
* Medical 15 percent
* Education and Rec-
reation 10 percent
* Gifts and Contribu-
tions 10 percent
* Emergency 10 per-
cent
* Savings 10 percent
* Life Insurance 4
percent.
The year 2008 has
been a roller coaster
ride in housing, fuel and,
food costs. When things
are tough, cash is king!
Create a spending plan.
Track spending for a
week and see how well


you are doing. Most
people will automatically
reduce spending by 20
percent if they are writ-
ing it down! Set a savings
goal and monitor your
plan.
To save money, try to
negotiate and look for the
best prices and rates on
credit cards, cell phones,
memberships, etc. Use
coupons. Be smart in
using energy. Look for
beneficial ways to save.
With all of your conserva-
tive and prudent financial
efforts, you too will look
forward to the holiday
spending season because
you won't be hoping to
be "in the black." You'll
know that you are "in the
black"!
Brenda Smith is the
OkaloQsa Saves! Coor-
dinator for the Okalosa
County UF/IFAS exten-
sion office. If you are
interested in additional
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MILESTONE BIRTHi Ella Seagle woke up just in time for open house ceremonies at
the newly renovated Obstetrics Department and Nursery at the North
Okaloosa Medical Center. Ella, who attended the event with her parents, Susan
and Mark Seagle of Crestview, was the first baby born in the new unit.


NOMC holds open house at


renovated obstetrics department


Special to the News Bulletin

The North Okaloosa
Medical Center celebrat-
ed the recent renovation
to the entire Obstetrics
Department and Nursery
with an open house this
past Friday. The renova-
tion included more than
6,500 square feet to in-
clude the nursery, five
labor and delivery rooms,
two observation rooms,
and five .post partum
rooms. '
New technology and.
equipment include up-
graded Life Care Perinatal
Information documenta-
tion software and new Ra-
diant Warmer beds for the
newborns.
"Our community hos-
pital is proud to present
these improvements to
the families in our com-,


OPEN HOUSE: North Okaloosa Medical Center CEO
David Sanders speaks during open house ceremo-
nies for the new Obstetrics Department and Nursery.
Looking on are Director of the OB Unit, Bernie Toney,
and OB doctors Glen Bankert and Kimberly Hood.


munity. Our Medical and
Hospital staff has always
provided quality care for
the new mothers, babies
and families; now they


provide that care in a
beautiful, newly renovat-
ed facility," North Okaloo-
sa Medical Center CEO
David Sanders, said.


Tractor Supply Company celebrates grand opening


Special to the News Bulletin

The new Crestview
Tractor Supply Company
store held its grand open-
ing on Saturday.
The Crestview loca-
tion is Tractor Supply
Company's 36th store
in Florida.. It employs 17
team.members. The facil-
ity has 28,160 square feet,


including sales floor and
support service space.
Tractor Supply Com-
pany is the largest retail
farm and ranch supply
store chain in the United
States.
"Crestview is an ideal
location for us because of.
the many horse, cattle and
goat farms in the area,"
said store manager Paul


McCracken. "Customers
really have a need for our
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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


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Community


Wednesday, December 10, 2008


News BRIEFS


Mourners say
farewell to Judge
Barron
More than 500 friends
and family members filed
into First Baptist Church
of Fort Walton Beach on
Sunday afternoon to pay
respects to Okaloosa Cir-
cuit Judge G. Robert Bar-
ron.
Barron, 65, died of a self-
inflicted gunshot wound
on Wednesday in his ve-
hicle near the intersec-
tion of Eighth Street and
Meigs Drive in Shalimar,
between his home and the
courthouse annex.
Barron was elected to
the Circuit Court in 1978
after serving as a judge
advocate general in the
U.S. Air Force and then
practicing as an attorney


in Fort Walton Beach.
Barron had planned to
retire next year. Friends
said the 30-year veteran
of the bench had been bat-
tling poor health and felt
tired and discouraged.
Mona Moore / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

State eliminates
summer FCATS
Because of budget cuts,
Florida high school stu-
dents will have one less
chance to pass the FCAT,
but Okaloosa County
schools are working to en-
sure continued success.
Retake exams in June
for juniors and seniors
were cut as part of a state-
wide tightening of the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test admin-


istration. The cuts are ex-
pected to save the state
$18.2 million.
The June retake is the
last option for seniors to
receive their diplomas
and enroll in college with
their graduating class. If
a student fails the 10th
grade FCAT three times,
a concordant SAT or ACT
score can be substituted
for'a passing FCAT score.
Eliminating summer re-
takes is expected to save
$1.2 million.
Kelli Hernandez /
Florida Freedom News-
papers

'Crestview kitty'
trial postponed
Michael Tracy Long Sr.,
charged with felony ani-
mal cruelty for allegedly


beating a cat to death, has
had his trial postponed un-
til January.
His son, Michael Tracy
Long Jr., who faces the
same charge, also could%
receive a continuance.
Both cases were sched-
uled to be tried last week
in Crestview.
The elder Long's trial
has been moved to Jan.
26. Prosecutors will find
out Thursday whether the
younger Long also will
seek to push back his court
date, said Bill Bishop, head
of the state attorney's of-
fice in Okaloosa County.
The reason for the de-
lay is that a witness in
the case has experienced,
health problems and attor-
neys have been unable to
obtain a deposition, Bish-
op said.


The Longs, who live
on Third Avenue in Crest-
view, are accused of using
a hammer to beat a kitten
to death Aug. 11, according
to police reports.
Tom McLaughlin / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Airman arrested on
child pornography
charges
An enlisted member of
the U.S. Air Force could
face up to 255 years in
prison on charges of pos-
session of child pornogra-
phy.
Crestview resident
Christopher Paul Bach-
man, 26, was arrested
Dec. 1 after officials with
the state Cybercrime
Unit found child pornog-
raphy images online and


traced them back to his
computer, according to a
press release from the of-
fice of Attorney General
Bill McCollum.
Bachman faces one
count of promoting the
sexual performance of a
child and 15 counts of pos-
session of child pornogra-
phy, the release states. If
found guilty, he could face
felony charges under the
Cyber-Crimes Against
Children Act of 2007 due
td the nature and number
of the images, the release
states.
Kimberly White / Flor-
ida Freedom' Newspa-
pers

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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
BLOOD DRIVES:
Saturday, Wal-Mart,
Crestview from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Details: 862-4216.
CRESTVIEW
CHAMBER EVENT:
Ambassador's Committee
Meeting at 8 a.m. at the
Chamber on Main Street
in Crestview. Details:
www.crestviewchamber.
com.
HOLIDAY FOOD
DRIVE: The Okaloosa


County Public Library
Cooperative is helping to
restock the shelves at lo-
cal food banks.
During the Decem-
ber food drive, members
of the Crestview, Des-
tin, Fort Walton Beach,
Niceville, Mary Esther
and Valparaiso libraries
will accept canned food
donations.
Additionally, if you
have an overdue book,
libraries will waive fines
for a food donation.
See below for partici-
pating library informa-


tion:
* Maximum amount
waived at the Crestview
library - $15.
For details call 682-4332
or OCPLC at (850) 609-
5101 or visit www.reado-
kaloosa.org for library in-
formation and calendars.
FRIENDLY
THRIFTIETTES
BANQUET: is Saturday
at 7 p.m. at the Carver
Hill School Center, School
Ave., Crestview.
Tickets are $8 per per-
son for the event. Min-
ister Faye Allen is guest


speaker for the event,
and the public is welcome
to attend. Call 682-3020
for ticket information.
COPS FOR KIDS;
sponsored by the Crest-
view Police Department,
is in dire need of money,
new or used toys, un-
wrapped, and clothes, for
their Christmas gift giv-
ing program.
Cops for Kids, helped
160 children last years,
but currently has enough.
donations for approxi-
mately 25 children.
Help them make a
child's Christmas a little
brighter by calling Bever-
ly Baggett, Lt. Lehneis or
Lt. Buckner at 682-3544.
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 1 (800) 773-7620.
Tree lot hours: Mon-
day - Friday, 2 p.m. until
8 p.m. Saturday and Sun-
day - 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Prices range from $30
for a 3/4-ft. tree to $130
for a 9/10-foot tree. The
11- to 25-foot trees are
special order only.


LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC
HEARING: Members of
Okaloosa County's state
legislative delegation
will hold a public hearing
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.
at the Okaloosa County
School District Admin-
istrative Building at 120
Lowery Place in Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
The meeting will take
place in the School Board
meeting room.
HOLIDAY SHOP-
PING: Women's Advisory
Committee of North Oka-
loosa Medical Center is
hosting a fashion jewelry
sale and gifts for all ages
on Thursday and Friday
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in
the Senior Circle class-
room.. Details: Jane Lin-
denberg, 689-8446.


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Legal # 100454
Notice of Sale
Pursuant to FL St
713.585, Auto Lien &
Recovery, Inc. w/Power
of Attorney, will sell the
following vehicles to the
highest bidder to satisfy
lien. All auctions held
with reserve, as is where
is, Cash or Certified
funds. Inspect 1 week
prior at LIENOR facility.
Interested parties call
954 893-0052.
Sale date 12-28-08 @
10:00 am at Lienors Fa-
cility. Auction will occur
where each vehicle is lo-
cated under License
AB0000538. Be ad-
vised that owner or lien
holder has a right to a
hearing prior to the
scheduled date of sale by
filing with the Clerk of
Courts. Owner/
Lien holder may recover
vehicle without instituting
judicial proceedings by
posting bond as per F
Stat 559.917; 25%
buyer premium addi-
tional. Net proceeds in
excess of lien amount will
be deposited with the
Clerk of Court
#OKAE712 lien amt
$9720.00 2002 BMW
4D vin#
WBAEU33402PF6999
8
lienors: AUTOHAUS 301
Yancy St., Fort Walton
Beach 850-863-2586
Auto Lien & Recovery
Experts, Inc..


PO Box 813578 CASSANDRA LEIGH POWELL & POWELL istration of estate) AD- YVETTE J. ARCHBALD, Attorney for Personal
Hollywood, FL BAKER, Post Office Box 277 DRESS: Post Office Box Deceased. Representative Florida
33081-0000 Deceased. Crestview, Florida 277 Crestview, Florida Bar No. 130036 Burns
(954)893-0052 32536 (850)682-2757 32536 NOTICE TO CREDITORS & Levinson LLP 125 Sum-
NOTICE TO CREDI- ALL INTERESTED PER- mer Street Boston, MA
12/10/08 TORS Personal Representative SONS ARE NOTIFIED The administration of the 02110 Tele-
Debi Baker 215 Dixie THAT: estate of Yvette J. Arch- hone:(617)345-321
The administration of the Avenue Crestview, Flor- All creditors of the estate bald, deceased, whose 3
Legal # 100455 estate of Cassandra ida 32536 of the decedent and per- date of death was Octo-
LNOTICE AE R eight Baker, deceased, (352)229-5028 sons having claims or de- ber 2, 2007, File number Michele A. Archbald Per-
NOTICE OF SALE FOR whose date of death was mands against the estate 2008 CP 000872 S, is sonal Representative 266
STORAGE August 10 2008 File 12/10/2008 of the decedent other ending in the Circuit Cozine Avenue Brooklyn,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS No. 2008P-001236, is 12/17/2008 than those for whom pro- court for Okaloosa NY 11207
BELONGING TO THE ending in the Circuit vision for full payment County, Florida, Probate
PARTIES NAMED BE- court for Okaloosa LEGAL # 120129 was made in the Order Division, the address of 12/10/2008
LOW AND LISTED BY County, Florida, Probate of Summary Administra- which is 1250 N. Elgin 12/17/2008
UNIT NUMBER WILL BE Division, the address of IN THE CIRCUIT tion must file their claims Parkway Shalimar, FL
SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE which is 101 E. James COURT OF THE FIRST with this Court WITHIN 32579. The names and
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT Lee Blvd., Crestview, Flor- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN THE TIME PERIODS addresses of the personal LEGAL#120124
MINI- STORAGE AT THE ida. The names and ad- AND FOR SET FORTH IN SEC- representative and the
MINI- STORAGE LO- dresses of the personal OKALOOSA TION 733.702 OF personal representative's IN THE CIRCUIT
CATED AT 2510 S. representative and the COUNTY FLORIDA THE FLORIDA PRO- attorney are set forth be- COURT OF THE FIRST
FERDON BLVD, CREST personal representative's CASE NO: BATE CODE. ALL low. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
VIEW, FLA, 9:00 attorney are set forth be- 2008-CP-001247-C CLAIMS AND DE- All creditors of the dece- FLORIDA IN AND
A.M. December 29 low. MANDS NOT SO dent and other persons FOR OKALOOSA
200G UNLESS n All creditors of the Dece- IN RE: ESTATE OF FILED WILL BE FOR- having claims or de- COUNTY CASE NO.
CHARGES ARE PAID IN dent and other persons FREDERICK D. EVER BARRED. NOT- mands against 2008CA2722
FULL BEFORE THE TIME having claims or de- MILLER,Deceased. WITHSTANDING decedent's estate, on
OF SALE. mands against ANY OTHER APPLI- whom a copy of this no- SUNTRUST MORTGAGE,
Decedent's estate on NOTICE TO CREDI- CABLE TIME PERIOD, tice is required to be INC
TONI TAYLOR whom a copy of this no- TORS (SUMMARY ANY CLAIM FILED served, must file their Plaintiff, et. al.,
Unit #54 tice have been served ADMINISTRATION) TWO (2) YEARS OR claims with this court
must file their claims with MORE AFTER THE WITHIN THE LATER OF vs
12/10/08 this Court WITHIN THE TO ALL PERSONS DECEDENT'S DATE OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
12/17/08 LATER OF 3 MONTHS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEATH IS BARRED. TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- BYRON L. LAW; THE
AFTER THE DATE OF DEMANDS AGAINST The date of first publica- LOCATION OF THIS NO- UNKNOWN SPOUSE
Legal # 120127 THE FIRST PUBLICATION THE ABOVE ESTATE: tion of this Notice is De- TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER OF BYRON L. LAW D
OF THIS NOTICE OF 30 You are hereby notified member 10, 2008. THE DATE OF SERVICE AND R DEVELOPMENT
PUBLIC AUCTION DAYS AFTER THE TIME that an Order of Sum- Attorney for Person Giv- OF A COPY OF THIS LLC; UNKNOWN TEN-
Pursuant to Section OF SERVICE OF A COPY marAdministration has "i Notice: NOTICE ON THEM. ANT #1; UNKNOWN
713.75, Florida Statues, OF THIS NOTICE ON bee entered in the Es- GILIS E. POWELL, JR. All other creditors of the TENANT #2,
there will be a public THEM. tate of Frederick D. FLORIDA BAR NO. decedent and other per- Defendants.
auction 12/22/2008 at All other creditors of the Miller, deceased File 183427 POWELL, POW- sons having claims or de-
9:00AM for the following Decedent and other per- u m b e r ELL & POWELL, P.A. mands against NOTICE OF FORECLO-
vehicles sons having claims or de- 2008-CP-001247-C by POST OFFICE BOX 277 decedent's estate must SURE SALE
mands against the Circuit Court for CRESTVIEW FLORIDA file their claims with this
1991 Acura VIN# Decedent's estate must Okaloosa County Flor- 32536 (850)682-2757 court WITHIN 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY
JH4DA9458MS017985 file their claims with this ida Probate Division the Persons Giviln Notice: MONTHS AFTER THE GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Court WITHIN 3 address of which is 101 LAREITA GINDER 4086 DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- nal Judment of Foreclo-
The auction will be held MONTHS AFTER THE James Lee Boulevard TWP RD. 51 GALION LICATION OF THIS NO- sure dated Nov. 24,
at 956 W. James Lee DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- East Crestview, Florida OHIO 44833 TICE. 2008, and entered in
Blvd Crestview, Fl LOCATION OF THIS NO 32536: that the CORREINA BOYCE 683 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Case No.
32536, Crestview Paint TICE. decedent's date of death CRESCENT WAY WITHIN THE TIME PERI- 2008CA2722 of the
& Body has the right to ALL CLAIMS NOT SO was March 27, 2008; GALION, OHIO 44833 ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- Circuit Court of the First
turn down any and all FILED WILL BE FOR- that the total value of the TION 733.702 OF THE Judicial Circuit in and for
bids. EVER BARRED. NOT- estate is $25,217.80 12/10/2008 FLORIDA PROBATE Okaloosa County Flor-
WITHSTANDING THE and ththe names and 12/17/2008 CODE WILL BE FOREVER ida wherein SUNTRUST
12/10/2008 TIME PERIOD SET address of oseto whom BARRE. MRTGAGE INCo is a
FORTH ABOVE, ANY is has been assigned by NOTWITHSTANDING Plaintiff and 'BYRON L.
LEGAL # 120128 CLAM FILED TWO 2) such Order are: LEGAL#120123 THE TIME PERIOD SET LAW' THE UNKNOWN
YEARSORMOREAF- NAME: Lareitta Ginder FORTH ABOVE ANY SPOUSE OF BYRON L.
IN THE CIRCUIT TER THE DECEDENT'S ADDRESS: 4086 TWP IN THE CIRCUIT CLAIM FILED TWO (2) LAW' D AND R DEVEL
COURT OF THE FIRST DATEOF DEATH IS Rd. 51 Galon, Ohio COURT FOR YEARS OR MORE AFTER OPEN LLC UN-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN BARRED. . 44833 OKALOOSA THE DECEDENT'S DATE KNOWN TENANT #1;
JUDANDCIR IN The date of first publica- NAME Correina Boyce COUNTY FLORIDA OF DEATH IS BARRED. UNKNOWN TEN-
OKALOOSA tion of this Notice is De- ADDRESS: 683 Crescent PROBATE DIVISION The date of first publica- ANT#2 are the Defend-
COU KAFLORIDA member 10, 2008. W Galion, Ohio FILE NO tion of this notice is: De- ants. I will sell to the
CASE NO 44833 . 2008CP000872S cember 10, 2008. highest and best bidder
2008-CP-001236 Attorney for Personl NAME POWELL POW- PROBATE DIVISION i8d on Nov. 7, for cash at Shalimar
2008N R: TE Re resentative DIXIE D. ELL & POWELL, PsA.di Courthouse Annex, front
PWIN RE: THE ESTATEELL Fla. Bar No. (Fees and cost of admin- IN RE: ESTATE OF Jeffrey Soiln, Esq. door, 1250 Eglin Pdrk-
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Wednesday, December 10, 2008


way, Shalimar, FL
32579, at 11:00 AM on
Jan 5, 2009, the follow-
ing described property as
se forth in said Final
Judgment to wit:
LOT4, 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 properly
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)


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Fort Lauderdale Florida
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NEW rTOAY
Crestview
Office Space
Eight offices now availa-
ble in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in-
cludes utilities, common
area and maintenance.
682-0791


1 6100 1| 6140 6 0614
Office/ Sa building for Coldwell Banker United Crestview- $380 mo
Lease 000sf. 01 Realtors 117 Courthouse $300 dep. 1 br, 1 ba
DuOgan Ave. (Next to Terrace, Crestview, Fl sm. house yard. No pets
Ea n FCU) Call 32536 (850) 689-1515 + Also 3 br, 1 ba rent to
621-0046 or (850)682-5922-EHO own $2500 down $680
0307 Walnut Ave Ibr, mo. Call 537-9798
1ba 700sf, $425 Inte-
rior Unit triplex Crestview
* 305 Walnut Ave 2br 2/1 Duplex
S 6110 ba 900sf, $500 end freshly painted, $600
1 moFree Rentl unit Triplex m $0 DD pets ok
S mo Free Rent! 309Walnut Ave. 2br with additionaeposit,
Crestview- 2br, 1ba, 900sf, $500 end 682-7731 Mn-Fri
quiet gated No pets unit triplex
5mo/ $50dep, 12 228 Runnymeade Dr. Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
mo lease req. 2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 home. ONLY $850 mo!
585-6985 Y2 Month's Rent Free Call Jenny at Pelican Real
Crestview Bent Creek 230 Runnmeade Dr Estate 315-0972
Crestview Bent Creek 2br, 1.5bo 9'30st $575
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 2 Month's RentFree Crestview
cepted. Rental assistance 6106 Manolia Lane- 3/1 Duplex
HC& non-HC accessible3br1.5ba 1026sf$695- New caret / fresh
Ha s. 209 Bent Creek Rd 1 month's rent free painted, $700 mo, $700
est. 209 Bent Creekall 850 139 Beacon's Bend D, ets OK with addi-
682-55ie TDD/TTY 2br, lba 804sf $700 - tional deposit, 682-7731
711. quaf Housg Pets with approval Mon-Fri
711. Equal Housing Op- * 440 Aple Dr 3br
portunity 2ba 1094s $725 New Crestview 3bd, ba 148
Crestview I &II Paint Seminole Trl. CP, CHA,
artmentse II 118 Palmetto Dr 4br fenced yard naval.
Apar2ba 1927sf $800 pets 12/20. $65 m.
Now acceptinaplica- with approval +$675 dd 682-9333 or
tionsfor 1 'BhC & 210 Feldon Dr'3br, 682-8665
non-HC accessible apart- 2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
ments for the elderly and with ao Pins
the disabled. Rental assis- 152 a. yin Pines CT J
tance may be available. 3br 2.5ba 309sf -
Call 850-682-5149 $860 - End Unit
TDD/TTY 711. 1450 02904 Orchidcrest Dr. Crestview
Coremo Drive Crest- 4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $825 3br, 2ba, 2cg, 1500sf,
view, FL. Equal Housing 1 months free rent fenceard.ear Hih
w, FL. ual Housing 118 Cambell Dr 3br Scho $80
Opportunity. 2ba 1207sf $850 pets 685-1505
Crestview Inn with approval
Motel $35 d $165 WK * 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
APT $190 Wk. $575 2ba 1253sf $850 pets
wk.Call 682-4466 with ao 3br,2ba W
S50 Abbey Rd 3br 2ba
Crestview, Bent Creek 1165sf $825 1 months Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
Apartments I, Vouchers free rent to military $900
Accepted. Rental assis- 2861 Airport Rd 4br, * Countrwiew 3 br, 2
tance may be available. 1.5ba 1786 $850 Pets ba $900
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC with approval *Pine Lake Drive 2 br, 2
accessible apartments. 0 5984 Creeksde Cir ba $875
209 Bent Creek Road 3br, 2ba 1465sf $895 Rick Epperson Realty LLC
Crestview, FL. Call pets with approval 850-865-7777
850-682-5563, 238 TiffotCt3br,2ba
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 1620sf $899 - 1st Crestview Spacious
Housing Opportunity month's rent free 2249sf home behind
S324 Lakeview Dr 3br hospital. Close to Res-
2ba 1088sf, $900 - A hospital. Close to Res-
apliances included ftaurants / bases. Pri-
appliances included vacy Fenced Yard.
� 4815 Summer Creek vacy e
6130 P t
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf Welcome! Avail Now
Crestview$995 - privacy fenced $1100\me David
Crestview back ard 850-826-1662
3 br, 2.5ba TH- near 0 2834 Atoka Trail 4br 850-826-1662
shopping W/D hkup. 2ba 1953sf. $995- 1'
$70 mo Pet ne. Mi months rent free to mili- Never rent ain Bu
itary Disc. 897-267 tar4br 2ba $15,400
I* 507 White Oak Lane Ony $10 /mo! 3br
Crestview- 2br 1.5ba 4br, 2ba 1850sf $900- $11,000!5% down 15
all appls. W/D hku First Months Rent Fre years 8%. HUD Homes
S$ 2 Lv Available! for listings
mo+dd. 217-744 2ba 1088sf $900 - all 366-9783 ext.
appliances included. 79
Crestview- 2br, 1.5ba, a 4815 Summer Creek North Crestview, Crest-
W/D. N. of 1-10. Lake Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf view & Holt area. 2bd 2
view. Near bases $650 $995- Privacy fenced ba, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba.
mo+ dd. 543-4742 backyard $600 - $850. mo plenty
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br, to choose from call
Crestview-103 Hamp- 2ba 1953sf $995 - 1 546-1192
ton 2 br, 1.5 ba, Out- month's free to military
side storage & open pa- 0 220 Westview Dr 3br WHY RENT???
tio. $523 mo + sd 2ba 1706sf $1000-5% New Site Built Homes
682-8483 or 865-3421 discount off monthly rent from the $100's. Low
or military Interest Rates!
*s* 1305 Jefferyscot Ct 800- 678-4647
3br, 2ba 1613sf $1000
pets allowed e
6140 | 5121 Whitehurst lane
1,2, 3 & 4 BR Homes for 4br 2ba 1836sf $1000 6160
Rent. Ref req. Call -al appliances included
682-4070 or 830-2061 0 5262 Clint Mason Rd Roommate to share
, 3br 2.5ba, 1836sf, 3br 2ba brick house
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $1600 - All appliances $40mo includes all utils
$11,000! Only $199/ included. & cable. Call 689-8978
Mo! 5% down 15 years 0 1235 Gabrielle Drive
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR 3br, 2ba 1758sf $1125
$259/Mo! For listings - Large Fenced in back 17
(8001366-9783 Ext yard P 6170
5798. * 2716 Paddock Cir
4br, 2ba 2097sf $1195
1 months rent free rent NEW TODAY
NEWl TODAY plus an additional 5%
discount on monthly ren Crestview 2 bedroom
to military Crestview 2 bedroom
American Really 228 Riverchase Blvd home. No ets $550 mo
4br 2ba 2555sf $1195 850-682-1972
of Northwest - First month's rent free Crestview 2BR MH
Florida, Inc. 0 411 Swift Fox Runw/d stove, fride, Ig
682-4822 or 4br, 3ba 2282sf $1200 deck 866 E illiams
6 no pets allowed $450/mo. + $450dep.
651-5717 EHO n 248 Limestone Cir W&G inc 682-6514
* 1096 S. Wilson 2br, 3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200
1ba $550 - no pets allowed Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
* 3083 Butler Rd. 3br, For further information double wide on 1 /2 ac-
1ba $595 and to apply online, res, fenced. LR DR FP
* 546 Purl Adams Ave. please visit our website front/back porch. $700.
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* 32/ John King Rd.
3br, 2ba $750
0 811 6th Ave 3br, 2ba
$795
* 502 Forest Ct 3br,
2ba $795
* 526 Wingspan Way
2br 2.5ba $800
* 530 Wingspan way
2br2.5ba $800
* 517 Wingspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
,0 511 Wingspan way
2br2.5ba $80
* 515 Winaspan Way
2br 2.5ba $800
* �15 Win s an Way
2b, 2.5ba $825
* 2993 Windsor Cir
3br,2ba $825
* 6110 Sonny Ln
3br,2ba $825
* 401 Northview Ln 3br,
2ba $850
* 503 Winspan Way
3br,2.5 ba $75
* 309 Feldon Dr 3br,
2ba $875
* 2812 Atoka Tr 3br,
2ba $895
0 11 Holly Ln. 3br, 2ba
$895
* 12 Courtney Ln 4br,
2ba $900
*106 Split Creek Dr
3br,2ba $900
* 3119 Skvhawk Dr.
3br 2ba $900
* 317 Runnymeade Dr
3br, 2ba $900
0 401 Northview Ln.
3br, 2ba $925
* 631 Alysheba 3br,2ba
$950
b 3108 Skyhawk Dr.
4br, 2ba $1000
* 103 Trevor Ct. 4br,
2bo $1025
0 1328 Jeffrine Dr. 3br,
2ba $1050
0 603 Affirmed Ct 4br,
2ba $1100
* 5301 Ten Point Dr
4br 2ba $1195
*b 1240 effreyscott Dr
3br, 2ba $1250
0 4662 Browning Ct
4br 3ba $1295
* 2411 Moonstone Dr
3br, 2.5ba $1600


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0 68 A Twin Trees, 2br,
1 ba $475
0 68 C Twin Trees 2br,
1ba, $475
* 1l04 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
* 1046 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba $525
* 1684 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
* 1 20 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba $525
* 1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
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pets. $700 mo + $700.
dd. Call 682-4024



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7110- Beach Home/
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7120 - Commercial
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7140 - Farms & Ranches
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8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170-Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


Ford Explorer
XLT 2002
V8, 3rd row seating, rear
air, 4x4. Super clean!
$5000 obo. 398-5195

Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
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soft top (619) 204-1406

Toyota 4 runner 1998
motor $450. call
758-5050



8140
Dod e Van 1987 with
wheeTchair lift. 31k mile
$6800. Free motorized
wheelchair Included.
682-2981 585-3771


8320


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