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Wednesday, DECEMBER 24, 2008


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trees donated
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Library
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Education
roundup
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
ARTS ...................... A3
EDITORIAL...................... A7
SPORTS..................... 81.......... B1
BUSINESS .............. B3
CLASSIFIEDS ............. B4-B5

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33rd Year * Number 96
14 Pages * 2 Sections


Organizations

donate food, gifts

to those in need

Story and photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


The Crestview Elks Lodge and lo-
cal Family First Network are among
the many organizations who worked -.-
to make the holiday a little brighter for *
those in need.
Members of the Crestview Elks Lodge
#2624 have been busy wrapping gifts and
packaging food for eight families who will have
a happier holiday thanks to the Elks' generosity.
The organization is providing a month's supply of
groceries and completing a Christmas wish list, includ-
ing clothing for children in the families. The list includes several
single parents who are struggling to pay bills, as well as others
who recently lost their jobs. The Spanish Trail Cruisers Car Club
partnered with the Elks Lodge to help provide items needed to
help the families through the holidays.
Members of the Elks Lodge dotiated food for the project. Mon-
ey used to purchase gifts came through fund raisers such as fish
fries, dances and 50/50 raffles.
"It's a very rewarding experience. They cry with us and we cry
with them," said Exalted Ruler Betty Clark.
Case workers and employees from Families First Network
See GIVING A2


ELKS DONATION:
Members of the Crestview
Elks Lodge #2624 have
been busy wrapping gifts
and packaging food for
eight families. Below, case
workers and employees
from Families First Network
are pictured with toys
and gifts that will be
distributed to children
served by their department.


... and the season of taking


CPD measures slow rash of crime


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

This gives new meaning to
"unwelcome holiday guest."
The Crestview Police De-
partment reported a higher
than normal number of bur-
glaries and thefts during the
holiday season.
CPD Lt. Jamie Grant said
the tough economic times
likely fueled the increase in
incidents.


"The numbers are always
higher this time of year, but
this holiday the burglaries
and thefts were up more'than
they normally would be,"
Grant said. "It's rough, with a
lot of people out of work
Restaurants including
Quizno's, Golden Asian, Bam-
boo Sushi andJ Jin #1 re-
ported break-ins in late No-
vember and early December.
Other business, including
See TAKING A2


SAFETY TIPS
Crestview Police Lt. Jamie Grant offers
these safety tips to keep your belongings,
home or business secure
* Security cameras: Grant encourages
businesses that can do so to install security
camera systems. "It won't set you back too
much, and it is a deterrent," he said. The
cameras also help provide leads for law en-
forcement if an incident ocurrs
* Lock your car doors: Grant said the
number of items stolen from vehicles is up, but
nine of 10 incidents occurred without forced
entry - meaning doors were not locked.


Crestview Police
evidence clerk Misty
Cook in the department's
cramped evidence locker.


Mountain

of evidence

CPD's "attic"
is filled
to the brim

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The evidence locker at
the Crestview Police De-
partment is a fascinating
glimpse of the effectiveness
of law enforcement.
It's also bursting at the
seams.
When Crestview Police
Department evidence clerk
Misty Cook says "it's a little
overwhelming" while pick-
ing through the depart-
ment's evidence locker, it's
an understatement.
Stepping carefully
through narrow aisles be-
tween piles of boxed-up
evidence, Cook can instinc-
tively lay her hands on any
sealed plastic evidence bin
for any case in what some
call the police department's
"attic."
Plans for an expanded
police headquarters at the
city-owned building on the
corner of Industrial Drive
and Stillwell Boulevard in-
dicate a spacious evidence
locker that will more than
double the existing space.
For now, evidence from
crime scenes, arrests and
confiscations is kept in
plastic storage tubs stored
on floor-to-ceilin'g wooden
shelves. Larger pieces, in-
cluding equipment such as
lawn mowers, is kept locked
in a cage at the neighboring
Crestview Fire Department.
Heavy-duty kraft-pa-
per bags contain evidence
from homicides, muggings
and rapes, including blood-
ied clothes, blankets and
sheets. Such biohazards
will be destroyed after the
case is resolved, except for
homicide evidence.
A central shelving unit,
as well as the tops of some
stacked boxes, holds police
equipment and weapons.
They're kept in the locker
because of its security and
because "there is just no
space anywhere else," said
Cook.
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008


CHRISTMAS TREE
DONATION: From left,
Dave Fitzpatrick,
Reba Fitzpatrick and
Misty Fitzpatrick with . .*
two of the trees the '
family delivered to
Sharing and Caring
on Dec. 16. KYLE WRIGHT I CrestviewNewvs Bulletin


Fitzpatrick family spearheads

Christmas tree donations


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

David Fitzpatrick and
his three children played
the roles of a forestry
Santa Claus and his elves
Dec. 16.
The Fitzpatricks made
their annual delivery of
Christmas trees to Sharing.
and Caring.
Wal-Mart provided 40
Christmas trees, enough
to cram a van donated
by Cody Trent of Budget
Rental.
The greenery went to
needy families who can't
afford Christmas trees.
David Fitzpatrick has


spearheaded a tree dona-
tion effort in Crestview for
16 years. He gets help from
Misty, 16, Dave, 14 and
Reba, 12.
"It's just great to be
able to do this," David Fitz-
patrick said.
The happiness in the
eyes of the youngsters
whose families receive the
trees is thanks enough for
the Fitzpatricks.
"Some of the customers
come to Sharing and Car-
ing when we are there and
they have their kids with
them, and their eyes get
so big when they see the
trees," David said. "That's
what it's all about."


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
OFFICER OF THE QUARTER: Investigator Jason Oury
has been named Crestview Police Department's
Officer of the Quarter. He was presented a
watch from Rachel Lewis on behalf of Lewis &
Co. Jewelers and a certificate from Mayor Da-
vid Cadle.


are pictured with toys and
gifts that will be distrib-
uted to children served by
their department. Families
First provides services to
children that have been'
abused, abandon or ne-
glected. The Christmas
gift program is coordinated
each year by Rodney Kelley
from the Okaloosa County
Correctional Institution
and Carrie Lawson from
Families First. Employees
from the Okaloosa Sheriff's
Department and the Oka-
loosa Correctional Institu-
tion helped unload and or-


ganize the gifts throughout
the day.
Gift donations were
provided by local Crest-
view banks, Publix, Flor-
ida Highway Patrol, Oka-
loosa Youth Academy,
North Okaloosa Medical
Center, Crestview Parks
& Recreation, Okaloosa
Probation and Parole,
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment, BAE Systems, NEW
Corp., Crestview Medical
Clinic, Northwest Florida
State College and the Oka-
loosa County Correctional
Institution.


TAKING from page Al


All. Florida Fence and
Deck, Sunset Auto Bath,
Crestview Produce and
Bowman's Realty also re-
ported break-ins.
CPD Chief Brian Mitch-
ell said rise in break-ins
slowed after the depart-
ment stepped up its pa-
trols.
"We don't know if it
was just someone pass-
ing through, but we do feel
(the rash of break-ins) has


stopped," Grant said.
Grant also reported nu-
merous burglaries to vehi-
cles and residences. A pair
of teens were arrested last
week in connection with
three of the residential bur-
glaries (see page 6).
Grant said any person
with information abut any
of the break-ins can con-
tact the CPD at 682-4157,
or contact Crime Stoppers
at 863-TIPS.


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throughout. Homicide and are, by law, turned over to
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"I'll be dead and gone, requested back for training
but the Crestview Police De- purposes.
apartment will still have its "We used a confiscat-
evidence," Cook chuckled. ed AK-47 in training and
Some of the stored evi- showed officers how it
dence benefits the depart- ripped right through a car,"
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drug assets, including cash, department's commander
in an ironic twist, go toward of operations.
the purchase odequiptaient, "It made them think
Computers and vehicles, if twice about taking shelter
in usable condition, are put behind their vehicles," said
to work within the depart- Long.
ment. (The vehicle that was
"Clothes and kitchen shot up, incidentally, once
stuff we donate to Goodwill," belonged to a drug dealer
Cook said. until he was caught by the
Seized drugs and the CPD Street Crimes Unit.)


GIVING from page Al


FIRE FIGHTER OF THE QUARTER: Assistant Chief
Cedric Peterson was honored as the Crestview
Fire Department's Fire Fighter of the Quarter.
He received a certificate from Crestview Mayor
David Cadle and a watch from Rachel Lewis on
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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Library celebrates the holiday


season with 'Noel Night'


Photos Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
HOLIDAY SONG: Kelly Keenan filled the library with
Christmas music.


Ann Spdnn
Crestview News Bulletin

The Robert L.E Sikes
Public Library in Crestview
recently celebrated "Noel
Night". Families enjoyed
music, crafts, and food in
recognition of Christmas,
Hanukah, and Kwanzaa.
Music was provided by
Chanticleer of Crestview
High School and Kelly
Keenan. Children played
dreidel and enjoyed a scav-
enger hunt in the library.
See an online photo
gallery from Noel Night at
www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


HOLIDAY SONGS: The Chanticleer singers from Crestview High School entertained
with Christmas music.


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

For those of you who take advantage
of requesting books via our online catalog,
please be aware the courier is not running
through Jan. 2
The library will be closed Thursday and
Friday Merry Christmas!

PROGRAM
Holiday season have you stressed?
Come to January's First Tuesday Lecture,
Yoga For Everyone, on Jan. 6 from 10:30
to 11:30 a.m. Join Kristy Souto as she
introduces participants to the history,
breath-work and physical postures of
Yoga. Learn how Yoga can help you lower
blood pressure, manage weight, reduce
stress, promote healthy digestion, increase
mobility, increase bone density, combat
fatigue, sleep better, and even improve
your golf or tennis game! Yoga is accessible
to everyone, regardless of age, weight or
physical limitation. You've heard about it.
You've thought about it. Why not try it?

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tree unlike any other - In which Jared and
Simon wake Sleeping Beauty - In which
the stones speak - In which there is an
unexpected betrayal.
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Spiderwick Chronicle: In which the world
is turned upside down - In which an old
friend returns - In which Jared finds out
things he doesn't want to know - In which
everything goes into the fire - In which
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"Do you like Christmas?" I asked one
boy.
"Yeah," he said, "but I'm changing. My
friend Harry's gonna let me be Jewish."
"Is he a rabbi?"
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I've been asked this question more than
once. Adultsdon't always understand me
either.
"What I mean is: Why are you changing
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"Because you get a present every night
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Education

BUSY MONTH AT ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY


AN ANTIOCH CHRIST-
MAS: Senior Aviators
at Antioch Elementary
School gather in the
Media Center to en-
joy the annual read-
ing of an old fashion
Christmas story with
their principal, Mrs.
Robinson.


APPRECIATION DAY: Faculty and
staff at Antioch Elementary
School recently displayed their
deep appreciation to their bus
drivers, maintenance person-
nel, and lunchroom and custo-
dial staff. Delicious food was
enjoyed and beautiful enter-
tainment was provided by the
fourth-grade Aviators singing
their favorite Christmas carols
under the direction of Patti
Mitchell.


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
CONTEST WINNERS: The Supervisor
of Elections, Pat Hollarn, and
the President of the Emerald
Coast Boards of Realtors, Cliff
Chaplin, recently visited Antioch
Elementary School. Kaitlyn San-
tiago, Jen-Yi Klose and Aleem
Muhammad were selected for
the winning entries in the Will
U. Vote Coloring Contest.


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SCHOOL-RELATED EMPLOYEE
OF THE YEAR: Principal
Glenda Robinson proudly
announces the School-
Related Employee of
the Year at Antioch El-
ementary School. Joyce
Wheeler, left, who works
patiently and kindly with
our special Aviators, was
selected by her peers.


READERS OF THE MONTH: Decem-
ber Readers of the Month at
Antioch Elementary.School are
presented books by principal
Glenda Robinson. In the back
row are Jazzlynn Triplett and
Alexis Kane. In the front row
are.ladelyn Carr, Abby Philpott
and William Caldwell.


CHAIR DONATION: Contrax Furnishings re-
cently donated chairs for a class of special
students at Antioch Elementary School.
These apparently normal chairs allow for
rocking, which increases, the students'
comfort level and attention span. Pictured
are Lisa Bullard, Joyce Wheeler, Darin
Coleman and Allan Moore. Seated are
Jeremiah Slusser, Kyle Farrar, Kurt Rachels,
Zachariah Miller and Christina Merwin.


0 CHRISTMAS TREE: Mrs. Dale's first
graders at Antioch Elementary
School help decorate the Christ-
mas tree in the Media Center.


Bob Sikes students urged to read during holidays


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Bob Sikes Elementary School
students will continue their aca-
demic achievements over the holi-
days while looking forward to even
more fun challenges in 2009.
"The big thing we're doing over
the holidays is Light Up the Holi-
days with Reading," said principal
Gary Massey, describing the pro-
gram as a reading incentive while
kids aren't in school. Kids will read
from books on the Accelerated
Reader list
Each winning class and grade
will be rewarded with a pizza party.


* Bob Sikes Elementary was'
proud to announce its new teacher
of the year is Heather Bridges, the
primary grades ESE teacher. The
school's non-instructional employ-
ee of the year was Martha Puckett,
director of wrap-around childcare
program.
"Both them are much appreci-
ated here," Massey said.
Choosing just two people from
a dynamic, dedicated staff was dif-
ficult, Massey confessed.
"The great thing about our
school is the entire faculty could
be teacher of the year," he said.
"The tough thing is trying to pick
from them."


* As the calendar year winds
down and young scholars' minds
turn increasingly to presents and
Christmas trees, at least one group
of students is still on the ball.
The Bob Sikes academic team
is gearing up for its first competi-
tion, the Knowledge Master Open,
on Jan. 21.
Under its coach, third-grade
teacher Kathie Kosky, the team
has been furiously studying prac-
tice questions in preparation.
The "College Bowl"-type com-
petition takes advantage of mod-
ern technology, Massey explained.
The event is a national and inter-
national competition. Teams re-


ceive curriculum-based questions
on a CD. The actual competition
lasts about 90 minutes. Competing
schools log on at the same time
from their respective campuses
and proceed to answer questions.
Kids can communicate within their
respective teams, but can't receive
coaching or assistance from mem-
bers of the audience.
"It.is definitely a team effort,"
Massey said. "They've been really
practicing hard and we appreciate
the coach's hard work as well."

"From the Principal's Office"
provides updates on. schools in
north Okaloosa County.


Wednesday, December 24, 2008


UWF GRADUATES
PENSACOLA - The Uni-
versity of West Florida has
announced the north Oka-
loosa County residents who
completed degree require-
ments during the summer
and fall semester of 2008.
Graduates were recognized
at the UWF fall commence-
ment ceremonies Dec. 13.
Baker
Bachelor's degrees:
Hila Bruhl, Gessie Dalen-
cour, Aimee Gray, Kristen
Kilcrease, Adam Ziglar

Crestview
Associate of Arts de-
grees: Casey Dean, Mag-
dalena Holcomb, Jessica
Scott
Bachelor's degrees:
Matthew Andrus, Alexander
Ballweg, Josh Blackledge,
Mynndie Bowden, Bianca
Bristow, Trevia Buckner,
Sean Budney, Kimberly
Burt, Lula Coleman, Tor-
ri Coleman, Kimberly
Currie, Casey, Dean, Lori
Demarsico, Tammy Dye,
Kiesha Evans, Ashley
Flores, Cherise Gonzales,
Paul Guenther, Sean Had-
ley, Katrina Hamilton, Sara
Henry, Tara Irvine, Letitia
Ittig, Constance Jackson,
Shanna Jones, Stephanie
Judson, Rachel King, Chris-
tina Lebel, Luke Leitschuck,
Jesse Lopez, Amanda McAr-
die, John McKee, Jacquelyn
McKenzie, Jennifer McKen-
zie, Jennifer Melvin, Zach-
ary Mikell, Paige Parker, Re-
nee Polk, Nicole Randolph,
Paula Richard, Elizabeth
Shaw, Candance Stephens,
Paul Syfrett, Jaclyn Van Pelt,
Anna Weeks, Gena Wynn
Master's degrees:
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Education


Crestview News Bulletin I AS


Cindy King honored as Richbourg Teacher of the Year


Lynn Griffith
Special to the News Bulletin
It's good to be the King,
especially if you're Cindy
King of Richbourg Middle
School.
The 2008 year has been
a banner one for this Lan- K1
guage Arts teacher. King
won the 2008 Excel Award
for phenomenal reading growth
among her sixth-grade boys, and


she also has been hon-
ored by her colleagues as
Richbourg's Teacher of
I the Year.
King's selection comes
as no surprise to principal
Bob Jones.
"When you walk in Cin-
IG dy's class, two things are
obvious. She is passionate
about teaching children,
and she is not afraid to step out-
side of the box to find ways for


children to learn," Jones said.
"When I watch her work with our
struggling sixth-grade students,
I feel good about the future of
education. When I see the looks
on their faces, I feel good about
the future of our students."
Teaching is not just a voca-
tion for King. It is a calling. Never
one to miss a teachable moment,
King encourages her students
to build background knowledge
and to connect content and lit-


erature to their own lives. She she assists in planning creative
views knowledge as socially con- means of instilling a love of read-
structed, so students are invited ing not only in her students but
to share their work with the class the student body as a whole. Ever
and the school. For example, King one to think of various solutions
paired with fellow teacher Pau- to a problem, King is also teach-
line Buis to create a "Read Our er/mentor to Richbourg's Odys-
Walls" display in the cafeteria sey of the Mind team members.
in an effort to showcase student Groups of students compete
talent. with other teams from across
King is a member of the Rich- the state on problems that en-
bourg Reading Leadership Team courage divergent thinking and
and the Literacy Council, where teamwork.


Richbourg Middle School


honors Donna Bouton


Lynn Griffith
Special to the News Bulletin


a


There is an old saying, "You nev- p
er get a second chance to make a
first impression." Accordingly, the
climate of a school is heavily influ- ,
enced by the first person the public ?
encounters. BO
At Richbourg Middle School, 0
that first point of contact is often
Donna Bouton. With her bright smile and
helpful nature, Donna doesn't need a sec-
ond chance to convey a message of conge-
niality to all visitors.
For this reason', and many others, the
Richbourg Middle School support staff
has selected Donna Bouton as its School
Related Employee of the Year.
Bouton has served as secretary to
principal Bob Jones for more than three
years. Donna and her husband Paul are
the proud parents of Chad, a sophomore
at Crestview High, and Lexi, an eighth-
grader at Richbourg.
The title of secretary isn't broad enough


U


to cover all of Bouton's contribu-
tions to the Richbourg family. Fel-
low employee Cheree Manchester
A' praises Bouton as an energetic
team player.
"She does whatever it takes to
make a positive impact every day,"
Manchester said.
Jones also confers high praise
lT0N on Bouton.
"Donna is the ultimate multi-
tasker," he said. "She is not only my sec-
retary and our receptionist, she also does
payroll, coordinates subs, takes phone
calls and helps with athletic eligibil-
ity. Since her desk is out in the lobby, she
never has the opportunity to shut her door
and get her work done. Instead, her day
is filled with a constant stream of people
through the office, phone calls, requests
from teachers, and, of course, demands
from her boss. What makes Donna so out-
standing is that she does this all day, every
day, with a cheerful disposition, a smile for
every visitor, and a kind word for all. We
are blessed to have her here."


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VIRGINA from page A7


FIFTH STREET.
VIRGINIA, your little friends are
wrong. They have been affected by the
skepticism of a skeptical age. They do
not believe except [what] they see. They
think that nothing can be which is not
comprehensible by their little minds. All
minds, Virginia, whether they be men's
or children's, are little. In this great uni-
verse of ours man is a mere insect, an
ant, in his intellect, as compared with the
boundless world about him, as measured
by the intelligence capable of grasping
the whole of truth and knowledge.
Yes, VIRGINIA, there is a Santa


Claus. He exists as certainly as love and
generosity and devotion exist, and you
know that they abound and give to your
life its highest beauty and joy Alas! how
dreary would be the world if there were
no Santa Claus. It would be as dreary as if
there were no VIRGINIAS. There would
be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no
romance to make tolerable this existence.
We should have no enjoyment, except in
sense and sight. The eternal light with
which childhood fills the world would be
extinguished.
Not believe in Santa Claus! You might
as well not believe in fairies! You might


get your papa to hire men to watch in all
the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch
Santa Claus, but even if they did not see
Santa Claus coming'down, what would
that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus,
but that is no sign that there is no Santa
Claus. The most real things in the world
are those that neither children nor men
can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing
on the lawn? Of course not, but that's no
proof that they are not there. Nobody can
conceive or imagine all the wonders there
are unseen and unseeable in the world.
You may tear apart the baby's rattle
and see what makes the noise inside, but


there is a veil covering the unseen world
which not the strongest man, nor even
the united strength of all the strongest
men that ever lived, could tear apart.
Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance,
can push aside that curtain and view and
picture the supernal beauty and glory
beyond. Is it all real? Ah, VIRGINIA, in all
this world there is nothing else real and
abiding.
No Santa Claus! Thank God he lives,
and he lives forever. A thousand years
from now, Virginia, nay, ten times ten
thousand years from now, he will contin-
ue to make glad the heart of childhood.


MESSAGE

FROM THE

MAYOR

Mayor hopes

highway will

go through

Laurel Hill

Laurel Hill Mayor Vizell Rob-
bins provided this report dur-
ing the Dec. 11 ,meeting of the
Laurel Hill City Council:
I met with mayors from plac-


es like Florala
and Opp. They
are trying to get
a four-lane hur-
ricane route that
would go through
Laurel Hill and
Svea. If we can
get a four-lane
highway through
here, that would
benefit the city of
Laurel Hill.
I came here in


VIZELL
ROBBINS
Laurel Hill mayor


1941 and we had a movie theater
and a bank and a grocery and all
kinds of different things. Right
now, everything we get, we've
got to get from somewhere else.
I think we're capable of getting
some of those things. I'm going
to do everything I can to pull for
Laurel Hill because this is my
hometown. Let's get our ducks
lined up in a row and do some-
thing for the city of Laurel Hill.
"Message from the Mayor"
rotates between Crestview
Mayor David Cadle and Laurel
Hill Mayor Vizell Robbins.


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Exchange Club honors Youth of the Month


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview Ex-
change Club honored
its Youth of the Month
on Dec. 11 at its regular
meeting at the First Pres-
byterian Church fellow-
ship hall.
Reid Hester, a senior
at Crestview High School,
was chosen in recognition
of his outstanding aca-
demic achievements as
well as his extracurricu-
lar activities and commu-
nity service.
Hester is one of six
prospective graduates in


the STRIDE program that
prepares students for a
career in medicine, a pro-
gram begun when Reid
was a seventh-grade stu-
dent at Davidson Middle
School. Jill Cadenhead,
president of the Crestview
Community Bank, was on
hand to present Hester
with a $50 savings bond.
The guest speaker for
the meeting was Crest-
view High School as-
sistant principal Jason
Driver, who spoke about
the nationally recog-
nized CHOICE program


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at CHS. The program
provides college credit
for high school students
while they pursue career
opportunities.
The Crestview Ex-
change Club, Crestview's
newest service organiza-
tion, is based on the four
pillars of Youth, American-
ism, Community Service,
and its national project,
Child Abuse Prevention.
The club meets the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday
of each month at 6:30 p.m.
at the First Presbyterian
Church.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


YOUTH OF THE MONTH: From left are Jill Caden-
head, Vice President Kent Buckner, Debra Hester,
Reid Hester, Tim Hester, Jason Driver, and Mayor
David Cadle.


News BRIEFS


CPD arrests two


Okaloosa County Sheriff
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teens on burglary, As a result of this i
drug charges vestigation, a laptop con
puter, numerous collec
The Crestview Police able coins, video game
Department announced watches and sever
the arrests Zacchary Alan other personal proper
Ader and ,Jennifer Fay items were recovered an
Cain in conjunction with a returned to the rightfi
residential burglary with- owners.
in the city of Crestview. The two suspects wer
According to a depart-charged with possess
ment release, on Dec. 13, ofmarijuana with intent
Crestview Police Depart- distribute, possession
ment officers conducted w legend drug witho
a traffic stop on a vehicle new legend drug withiption, possessio
occupied by Ader and a prescription, possessic
Cain for a traffic violation. of drug paraphernali
Subsequent to the traffic burglary and grand theft
stop, officers located and Ader and Cain facelatin
seized approximately 165 additional another burgelatira
grams of marijuana, drug to another burglary
paraphernalia and 15 Bus- well as addition charge
pirone pills. by the Sheriff's Office.
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Opinion


Wednesday, December 24,2008


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

Topic: Opinions differ on how to deal with
feral cat colony near Twin Hills Park.
Back home a neighbor's son was scratched
by a feral cat that was part of a colony formed
by careless, thoughtless pet owners who just let
their cats run wild and breed. The poor kid had
to go through painful rabies shots. When the
local authorities did nothing about the cat colony,
neighborhood fathers took care of the situation.
They formed a "cat squad" that culled the feral
population considerably with a few well-placed
.22 shots. Maybe that's what we need instead of
people who just add to the problem by feeding
these vermin while whining about "poor kitties."

Feral cats are like nutria, Africanized killer
bees and kudzu. They are not a "colony" in the
same sense as a native covey of quail. In one
sense they are a type of human pollution and
can, in many instances, represent more of a
direct harm to the local native environment than
just about any other type of human pollution.
They should be destroyed as humanely as
possible.

People should not let their cats run
unrestrained any more than they should let their
dogs run unrestrained. Cat owners seem to think
they are special and pet restraint laws don't
apply to them. If you kept your cat on a leash or
in a pen just as you do your dog, you wouldn't
have these problems of wild cat colonies.

Topic: Florida A&M University President
Dr. James Ammons discusses the proposed
FAMU Crestview campus with News Bulletin
Editor Kyle Wright.
Fingers crossed, and let's hope Crestview
does not blow this one. Crestview should have
taken whatever steps they could have taken to
attract one of the automotive manufacturers, or
any other national manufacturer, to consider this
area instead of losing such projects to Alabama,
but it has blown those opportunities in the past.
Let us all hope that Crestview pursues this
project, and many more, offering tax breaks and
other incentives to bring in quality industries to
diversify the community's economic base so that
future changes in BRAC or tourism are buffered
by other industries.

Topic: Local 6-year-old donates to Locks of
Love.
Her parents have raised a very thoughtful
little girl! She is also a brave little girl

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



Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Jesus is no accident but he can be kind
of a surprise. He's not hard to find but he
can be hard to understand."

JOHN DuFRESNE
(1948 -)
American author and playwright in "Freezer Jesus"



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KYLE WRIGHT
Editor
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The Crestview News Bulletin is dedicated to provide
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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ing articles, advertising and artwork may be reproduced in
whole or part without the permission of the publisher.


PASSING SHOTS



These Christmas carols



have a north county beat


Consider adding these
catchy tunes to your song-
book when you go caroling
on Christmas Eve or Christ-
mas Day.


"Special Forces are V
Coming to Town" KYLE
Inspiration: The 7th
Special Forces will be relocating to
a part of Eglin Air Force Base close
to Crestview.
To the tune of: "Santa Claus is
Coming to Town."
You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout
I'm telling you why
Special Forces are coming to
town.

They did an EIS
Checked it twice
And they decided Crestview was
nice
Special Forces are coming to
town

Val-P worries about the impact
Afraid planes will keep all awake
Who care if noiseise is bad or good?
Crestview says it's good for


WRIGHT
682-6524


goodness sakes!

You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout
I'm telling you why
Special Forces are com-
ing to town!

"0 Little Town of
Laurel Hill"


Inspiration: Vizell Robbins be-
came the first black mayor in Oka-
loosa County history when he as-
sumed the role of Laurel Hill mayor
in August.
To the tune of: "0 Little Town of
Bethlehem."
0 little town of Laurel Hill
You made some history
When former Mayor Dunn
stepped down
A milestone came to be
In new Mayor Robbins shineth
Laurel Hill in a positive light
The hopes and dreams of many
years
A step forward for equal rights

"Oh Alatex"
Inspiration: Florida A&M Uni-


versity hopes to use the historic
downtown Alatex building for a
new pharmacy school in downtown
Crestview.
To the tune of: "0 Christmas
Tree."
Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
They fate is a-changing
Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
A school in the making
F-A-M-U is coming soon
To Crestview it is a boon
Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
They fate is a changing

Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
Much pleasure thou can give us
Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
Economic boost so tremendous
All downtown can't wait to see
Impact made by a school of phar-
macy
Oh Alatex! Oh Alatex!
Much pleasure thou can give us

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor. Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. If you want to learn the back-
ground behind the concept for this
column (the concept wasn't Kyle's
idea), visit the "Passing Shots" blog
at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Letter to the EDITOR


Main Street thanks
parade volunteers
To: Crestview News
Bulletin
On behalf of the Main
Street Crestview Associa-
tion, the organization with
the primary responsibility
in recent years for the
annual Downtown Crest-
view Christmas Parade,
I would like to express
deep appreciation for the
assistance provided by
some hard-working volun-
teers who help to ensure
our city continues to have
successful Christmas pa-
rades year after year. The
Main Street organization
accomplishes these suc-
cessful events under the
official sponsorship of the
City of Crestview.
There has been an an-
nual Christmas parade
in the downtown area
ever since 1958. Just as it
was fifty years ago and in
the years since, there is
always a seemingly small
group of dedicated people
that will step forward and
volunteer to do whatever
is necessary to bring de-


lightful holiday entertain-
ment and excitement that
can be enjoyed by all of
our area residents, espe-
cially our youngsters. This
year's parade had a near-
record number of entries,
including more than 70
colorful floats. Parades
with as many entries as
we've seen in very recent
years can be successful
only if there is a lot of good
planning, coordination,
and most of all, some
volunteers that will assist
with the staging and line-
up requirements on the
actual event day.
This year's group of
volunteers consisted of
some first timers, some
that have assisted for
a few recent years, and
some that have been in-
volved most every year for
the last decade or longer.
Some volunteers had spe-
cific tasks to accomplish
while others were involved
from the first stages of
planning until the event
was successfully con-
cluded.
A very special recog-
nition and appreciation


is extended to the local
volunteers that assisted
in one or more ways with
this year's parade efforts:
Cindy Harris, Mickey
Rytman, Ron Gautney,
Frances Gautney, Jane
Shaw, Viola Owens, Cheri
Bunyan, Nancy Bass, Ellis
Conner, Mac MacKendree,
Marsha Johns, Wayne
Steele, Jeri Toolan, Will
LaMar, Julia Phillips,
Mike Wing, B. J. Thom-
have, Cal Zethmayr, Ken
Nielsen, Jerry Milligan,
Bob Lynn, Greg Casey,
Lee Wilhelm, Ray Horn-
baker, Rita Cook, Beth
Bryant, Beverly Brunson,
Richard Brunson and
Randy Brunson. Some
of these volunteers have
gained expertise over the
last several years to make
things go smoothly in the
weeks before and on the
actual day of the annual
Christmas parade.
Appreciation is also
given for the positive event
coverage from all the local
media. Additionally, the
large number of event-
involved employees from
the City of Crestview's


Police and Public Services
Departments are respect-
fully recognized and com-
mended for their support.
All rendered valuable
assistance to our local pa-
rade volunteers, especially
in the staging, line-up, and
security efforts prior to
and during the parade..
Again, heartfelt appre-
ciation is extended to all
the dedicated volunteers
for their active role in
bringing about another
very successful Downtown
Crestview Christmas
Parade. I'm sure some
of these volunteers are
personally known by
many of the citizens of the
Crestview area, and I en-
courage the citizens of our
community to individually
thank these folks for a job
well done.
Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year greetings
are wished to all from the
Main Street Crestview
Association and the City of
Crestview.
Bill Kilpatrick
CRA/Main Street Pro-
gram Director
City of Crestview


Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus


Eight-year-old Virginia
O'Hanlon wrote a let-
ter to the editor of New
York's Sun, and the quick
response was printed
as an unsigned edito-
rial Sept. 21, 1897. The
work of veteran news-


man Francis Pharcellus
Church has since become
history's most reprinted
newspaper editorial, ap-
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in dozens of languages in
books, movies, and other
editorials, and on posters


and stamps.

DEAR EDITOR: I am 8
years old.
Some of my little
friends say there is no
Santa Claus.
Papa says, 'If you see


it in THE SUN it's so.'
Please tell me the
truth; is there a Santa
Claus?
VIRGINIA O'HANLON.
115 WEST NINETY-

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BRIEFS
Lipizzaner Stallions
Tickets to either of the
Jan. 25 2 p.m. or 6 p.m.
shows at the Pensacola
Civic Center. Regular
admission is $22.50 for
adults, and $20.50 for
children 12 and under or
seniors 60 and over. Gold
Circle seats are $24.50
each. For groups of 15
people or more, tickets are
$17.50 each. An
additional facility fee of
$1 will be added to all
ticket prices. Buy them
at the Civic Center Box
Office, Ticketmaster Outlets
and www.ticketmaster.
com, or charge by phone
at (850) 434-7444,
group discounts at
(850) 432-0800, ext.
231. Details; www.lipiz-
zaner.com or pensaco-
laciviccenter.com.

Florida Trail
Association
Dec. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
Meet in Gulf Breeze for
a hike/picnic on Gulf
Islands National Seashore.'
Details: (850) 939-0966.
Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details
on the group's upcoming
events.

Adventure Club
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-
4591 or e-mail her at
freklz 100@cox. net.
Dec. 30, 3 p.m.
Bike ride in the Tiger
Pointe area. Meet at
the Gulf Islands Naval
Live Oak Visitors Center
on Highway 98 in Gulf
Breeze. Supper afterward.
Honcho: Bobbi Serpico,
cell (850) 499-4404.

Laurel Hill Spring
Sports registration
The City of Laurel Hill's
T-Ball, .:...-.. ll, & Softball
Season starts in March.
Registration is $25. Sign
up now at City Hall or call
850-652-4441 for more
information.

YMCA Basketball
The Crestview YMCA
is holding basketball and
cheerleading registrations for
boys and girls ages 2-14.
Registration continues
through Jan. 17.
For more information
about playing or how your
business can sponsor a
team contact the YMCA
at 689-2999 or visit .the
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson,
Crestview.

Heavy Hitters
12U Baseball
The Northwest Heavy
Hitters 12U baseball team
Is looking for players who
turn 1 3 after May 1, 2009
A practice is scheduled
for Jan. 10 from 9 a.m.
until noon.
For more information
contact Melvin at 902-
6237 or Greg at
496-9235,

COLLEGE
FOOTBALL
Notable bowl games
Friday
Motor City Bowl
Florida Atlantic (6-6) vs.
Central Michigan (8-4),
6:30 p.m.
Dec. 27
Champs Sports Bowl
Florida State (8-4) vs.
Wisconsin (7-5), 3:30
p.m.
Emerald Bowl
California (8-4) vs. Miami
(7-5), 7 p.m.
Dec. 31
Chick-fil-A Bowl
LSU (7-5) vs. Georgia Tech
(9-3), 6:30 p.m.

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It's the



holiday season


LOCAL TEAMS LIST DIFFERENT GOALS FOR CHRISTMAS TOURNEYS


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Local boys basketball teams may
not be traveling far, but they are trav-
eling wide for Christmas tournament
play.
Crestview gets things started for
the area teams when the Bulldogs
tip it off against Starrs Mill, Ga., at
5:30 p.m. Friday in Choctawhatchee's
Playground Area Shootout.
Less than two hours later, at 7:15
p.m., Laurel Hill will be in Panama
City Beach to take on host Arnold in
the Marlin Christmas Classic.
Last but not least, Baker helps tip
off Freeport's Hilton Sandestin Beach
Basketball Blowout when the Gators
take on Pinson Valley, Ala, at 10 a.m.
Saturday.
Coaches Brian Humphrey of
Crestview, Kent Zesgin of Laurel Hill
and Mike Martello of Baker all have
some goals that are similar and some
goals that are different for holiday
tournament play.
All agree playing in a tournament
allows their teams to see different
styles of basketball. All noted the im-
portance of having some game action
so players can keep their basketball
legs and not get too rusty through the
course of the holiday break.
After that, the emphasis changes
for each team.
Crestview sees the week as a taste
of the postseason setting.
"These tournaments are like the
district tournament," Humphrey
said. "They are played in a short span
of time and if you lose, you go home.
That's what the district is.
"Truthfully, the season is 25 games
and whether you win them all or lose
them all it doesn't matter because
you are still in the district tourna-
ment. Mentally it helps you get ready
for tournament play."
Humphrey said he tells his kids to
expect the unexpected when playing
teams they know nothing about. He
also stresses that the Dawgs work on
defense, and hopes maybe things will
click for the second half of the season
if CHS can pick up a win or two.
See TOURNEY B2


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
PERFECT GATORS: Chad Donley and the Baker boys basketball team will
put their perfect record on the line during a holiday tournament in Free-
port.


CHS, LHS girls face busy holiday schedules


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The holiday ,break can mean only
one thing to area basketball enthusiast.
Games, and lots of them.
Crestview's girls basketball team
tipped off the holiday slate Monday
and Tuesday in the Paxton tourna-
ment. The Dawgs played Graceville
on Monday and took on the host Bob-
cats on Tuesday.
The Laurel Hill girls take to the
court at 3 p.m. Friday as they open
play in the 11th Annual Red Level


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(Ala.) tournament. The Hoboes will
play Highland Home.
Baker's girls took a holiday break
in game action.
Thursday, Bulldog coach Keith
White said he was hoping the two
games would help in the stretch run
for district play.
"It gets some exposure for the
kids and a chance to get a couple of
games in," he said. "I got the sched-
ule late (after being named coach in
July) and the schedule was already
done for me.
"I needed to pick up a couple of


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games so I got invited up there to play,
and this gives us a couple of games
so we can fill up our schedule."
White plans on giving his team
several days off after the Paxton
game before coming back and get-
ting ready for the stretch run after
the first of the year.
While the Bulldogs are resting
up, the Hoboes will be gearingup for
their tournament in Alabama.
Hobo coach Scott Varnum is set-
ting the bar high.
"I really like what I see out of the
bracket as far as our chances if we play
basketball like we capable of playing,"
he said. "We played Highland Home
up there last year and we beat them.
"I don't know they lost or what
they gained. If we can get past them,
I feel like we can compete with Red
Level or McKenzie. We just have to
do what we can do up there."
This is the third year the Laurel
Hill girls have played in the Red Level
tournament. Varnum said the event
offers different styles of basketball
than his team might normally see.
Varnum also welcomed back
freshman Laqueatta Williams, who
was suspended in the early season.
Williams was a key contributor last
year as an eighth-grader. Among oth-
er things, Varnum is hoping the tour-
nament will help Williams get back in
game shape while keeping the rest of
the team in condition over the break.
"The tournament is a nice way to
stay in shape," he said. "We give them
a few days off before the tournament
and a few days off after it.
"We definitely try to work on some
things that can help us after the break.
If we can go up there and play basket-
ball, I like our chances. I really do."

Follow the tournament results at
www.nwfvarsity.com.


BLEACHERS


BOYS
BASKETBALL
Baker 59, Paxton 53
Stephen Shelley scored
20 points and Chad
Donley added 19 as the
Gators beat the Bobcats
on Dec. 16 in a battle of
the unbeatens,
The Gators won the
game with 3-point shoot-
ing, hitting eight baskets
from beyond the arc.
P 15'9 16 13 - 53
B 15 13 17 14 - 59
Baker - Colton
Henry 3, Josh Rose 3,
Josh Yost 5, Chad Donely
19, Cameron Davis 5,
Stephen Shelley 20, Jarrod
Batson 4. Totals 15 8 5-9
59.

Laurel Hill 71,
SL Jones 52
Issiac W illiams led all
scorers with 25 points on
Dec. 16.
LHS 16 15 1822
-71
SLJ 99 12 22 - 52
Laurel Hill - Jared
Pickron 8, Buck Baker
2, Ethan Jackson 1 1,
Will Sherwood 4, Seth
'Strickland 14, Ryan
Simmons 2, Issiac Williams
25, Zeb Strickland 4,
Travon Calloway 1. Totals:
24 4 10-15 71.

Escambia 69,
Crestview 43
Chris Pickett led
Crestview with 11 points
Dec. 16 but the Bulldogs
fell.
E24 12 16 17-69
C4 17 10 13 -43
Crestview -
Jaquarius Raison Craig 3,
Chris Pickett 11, Shykeem
Jackson 3, Tyler Corder 8,
Richard Dixon 4, Colby
Wilson 6, Jordan Glover
4, Martez House 4, Carter
Hamlin 4. Totals: 1 8 1
8-16 43.

Baker 73, Jay 63
' Josh Rose registered
20 points and the Gators
shot 11-for-11 from the free
throw line Friday.
J 10 17 12 24.-63
B 24 18 12 19- 73
Baker - Josh Rose
20, Josh Yost 4, Colten
Jernigan 3, Chad Donley
11, Cameron Davis 6, Bill
Compeland 2, Stephen
Shelley 15, Jarrod Batson
12. Totals: 19 8 1 1-1 1
73

Laurel Hill 60,
Bethlehem 23
Issiac .'. llham,. poured
in 1.8 points and the
Hoboes (5-3) jumped on
Bethlehem 31-12 in the first
half Friday
Bet 4 8 3 8 - 23
LHS 14 17236-60
Laurel Hill - Buck
Baker 3, Ethan Jackson
4, Will Sherwood 2,
Seth Strickland 16, Aaron
Blocker 2, Ryan Simmons
9, Issiac Williams 18, Zeb
Strickland 6. Totals: 17 6
8-11 60
JV: Laurel Hill won 46-
38

Pine Forest 56,
Crestview 40
Carter Hamlin scored
a team-high 11 points
but Pine Forest outscored
Crestview in the third
quarter and went on to
pick up a district win
Friday
PF6 15 17 18 -56
Cr5 126 18 - 40
Crestview -
Jaquarius Raison-Craig
7, Cortez Whatley 3,
Shykeem Jackson 8,
Richard Dixon 2, Colby
Wilson 2, Jordan Glover
4, Martez House 3; Carter
Hamlin 11. Totals: 8 3
16-23 40.

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Local


Wednesday, December 24, 2008


BRIEFS from page B1


TOURNEY from page B1


GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Choctawhatchee 39,
Crestview 27
An 1 8-point third quarter
for Choctaw made the differ-
ence in a defensive struggle
on Dec. 15.
Ch 4 8 18 9 - 39
Cr 3 9 8 8 - 27
Crestview - Jodi
Montalvo 5, Monique
Thurman 6, Jordan Thurman
3, Candice Green 5,
Toneana Frazier 5, Danica
Applewhite 2. Totals: 8 1
8-12 27.

Paxton 60,
Laurel Hill 17
Tuyen Morris scored six
points for the Hoboes on
Dec. 15, who trailed 35-6 at
the half.
LHS 4 2 2 9 - 17
Pax 16 19 13 12 - 60
Laurel Hill - Tuyen
Morris 6, Nyiece Underwood
5, Alex Castlebarry 4,
Brooke Hensen 2. Totals: 7 0
3-4 17.

Ponce de Leon 42,
Baker 33
Ponce de Leon emerged
the winner in the District 1-2A
game at Baker on Dec. 15
that saw the Pirates visit the
free throw line 38 times, mak-
ing 22.
PDL 7 13 12 10 -42
Bak6 14 103 - 33
Baker - Carly Barton
7, Haley Wagner 4,
Courtney Fountain 6, Alyssa
Horn 9, Hannah McGraw 1,
Dani Mayhair 6. Totals: 1 3 0
7-1733.

Niceville 51,
Crestview 34
The Eagles (6-4, 4-3)
raced out to a 17-5 lead in
the District 1-5A contest Dec.
16, and the Dawgs never
caught up.
N 175 14 15 - 51
C5 10 145 - 34
Crestview - Jodi
Montalvo 1, Arquita Jernigan
7, Monique Thurman 15,
Holly Stanford 2, Jordan
Thurman 5, Tuteana Frazier
2. Totals: 8 1 15-26 34

Baker 54, Freeport 43
After entering the half
deadlocked at 28, the Baker
girls basketball team went
on a 16-4 spree in the third
quarter to earn a District 1-2A
win Thursday.
F 13 154 11 -43
B 17 11 16 10 -54
Baker - Carly Barton
16, Haley Wagner 1,
Ariel Adkinson 2, Courtney
Fountain 1 2, Alyssa Horn
12, Hannah McGraw 2,
Danni Mayhair 9. Totals: 21
1 9-1454.

Central 48,
Laurel Hill 34
Tuyen Morris scored eight
points, but the Hoboes fell to
Central ON Thursday.
Ce 10 12 12 14-48
LH 5 3 7 19- 34


Laurel Hill - Jenny
Brown 2, Laqueatta Williams
6, Brooke Hansen 5,
Alex Castlebarry 1, Tuyen
Morris 8, Kasey Harrison 4,
Jessica Gartman 2, Nyiece
Underwood 6. Totals: 9 0
16-27 34.

Bethlehem 70,
Laurel Hill 37
The Hoboes got 12 points.
apiece from Jenny Brown and
Laqueatta Williams while
Nyiece Underwood added
10 on Friday
Bet 20 21 14 15 - 70
LHS 1373 14 - 37
Laurel Hill - Jenny
Brown 1 2, Laqueatta
Williams 12, Tuyen Morris
2, Kasey Harrison 1, Nyiece
Underwood 10. Totals: 9 5
4-8 37

Pine Forest 60,
Crestview 17
The undefeated Eagles
crushed the Bulldogs in a
District 1-5A game.
SPF 16 15 13 16 -60
Cr2744- 17
Crestview - Jody
Montavalo 2, Brittany Gilliam
2, ArquitaJernigan 2,
Marquita Bowman 3, Jordan
Thurman 8.

BOYS SOCCER
Niceville 10,
Crestview 2
The Eagles beat Crestview
at home Dec. 15 in a District
1-5A matchup with goals
from nine different players.

Mosley 7, Crestview 1
The Dawgs were without
six starters.Dec. 16. The
players were committed to
another school activity.

GIRLS SOCCER
Pace 8, Crestview 0
The Dawgs were blanked
in their final game before the
holiday break.

GIRLS
WEIGHTLIFTING
Baker 57, Crestview 10
Baker swept all but one
weight division en route to a
47-point dual meet win over
Crestview on Dec. 16.
(101) 1. Joslyn Briggs
(B) 5 points; (110) 1.
Amber Barrow (B) 170, 2.
Alexa Farris (B) 165, 3. K
Pawlak (C) 165; (129) 1.
Jessica Gilmore (B) 190, 2.
Cheyenne Rock (B) 165;
(139) 1 . Holly Stanley (B)
195, 2. Rebecca Stewart
(C) 150, 3. Hannah
Hamilton (C) 145; (145)
1. Myah LeGrande (C)
220, 2. Brittany Rock (B)
210, 3. Audrey Adams
(B) 115; (169) 1. Naomi
Langley (B) 270, 2. Carolyn
Hunker (C) 205, 3. Caitlyn
Giles (B) 200; (183) 1.
Miranda Godwin (B) 240,
2. Rebecca Smart (B) 185;
(Unlimited) 1. Ashley Corley
(B) 165.


"I'm hoping we can go
in there and have a good
tournament, and when we
walk away the kids on the
team will realize we do
have a good chance for put-
ting something together in
the district tournament,"
he said.
Baker gets to measure
itself against an out-of-
state big-school program.
Opening the Freeport
tournamentwitha 6Aschool
out of Alabama - Pinson
Valley - will be a challenge
for Martello's Gators who
were undefeated after their
first eight games.
"We look at it in a positive
way," he said. "In the past we
have tended to play to our
opponents' (level), and when
we stepped on the floor with
a team we think is a lesser
team than us we tend to play
down to them.
"When �ve step out on the
floor against a 6A Pinson
Valley team, I don't think
we will be able to look down
on them as the lesser team.
That tends to be a challenge
for us, and we tend to rise to
the challenge."
Martello would like to win
the Freeport tournament,
but realizes a tournament
title at Christmas won't
mean anything if the team
falls short in other areas at
the end of the season.
"In our scheme of
things, outside our record,
this tournament really
doesn't mean a whole lot
as far as the goals we set
for the district and making
the playoffs in the state of
Florida," he said. "What
we try to do is go out there
and get some competition
that is going to challenge
us and get us ready for the


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postseason."
Laurel Hill gets to match
up against one of the tallest
players in the state.
This is the first year the
Hoboes have played in the
Arnold tournament, and
they are the only Class 1A
school in the field. On top
of that, Arnold has a 7-foot-
er on its squad who could
make life tough on the in-
side for LHS.
"Arnold is pretty good,"
Zessin said. "They've got
the 7-foot kid that Gulf
Coast (community college)
is looking at and a couple of
pretty good shooters. And
they are well coached.
"It doesn't bother me
that we are the only 1A
school because I like big-
ger competition anyway.
To me that (playing tough-
er competition) is the only
way you can get anything
out of it. If we can go over
there and get one or two
wins, I'll be pleased."
While some might think
there's an overload of holi-
day high school basketball
tournaments in Northwest
Florida, Zessin sees it an-
other way.
"We are able to pick
and choose the tourna-
ments we are in," he said.
"When we are stronger we
can play up in the Choc-
taw or Fort Walton Beach
tournament. Or if we are
down we can play in the
Freeport tournament that
is traditionally for smaller
schools.
"I think this year the Ar-
nold tournament is going
to be somewhere between
a larger tournament and a
smaller tournament."
Zessin added a final
thought.


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"I think there are plen-
ty of teams from out there
from Tennessee, Kentucky,
Mississippi and Georgia ...
that are private schools
with a lot of money in their
athletic budgets and it's
kind of like a holiday/va-
cation for them," he said.
"They are schools with


basketball tradition and
they enjoy coming to see
'the beach.
"And it gives teams from
this area looks at different
styles of games."

Follow the holiday tour-
naments at www.nwfvar-
sity.com.


NORTH END ZONE

Remember mankind's true 'impact player' on Christmas


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bul

Welcome to my C
mas 2008 column.
I truly love this
time of year and
all the memories
associated with
Christmas, one
of the two holiest
days of the year.
As I go back
through my 50-
plus years of
memories I strain
to recall those
first thoughts assoc
with the day.
Maybe that first i
ory is of my first whi
Christmas when my
was living in Memph
-Tenn. I couldn't have
more than three or f
the time, but I recall
ing up on Christmas
ing, seeing footprint,
the freshly fallen sn(
thinking Santa really
visited the night befi
If I remember coi
the "first snow" Chr
is when I received m
football. I believe the
was a red wagon aw


Popeye punching bag, too.
letin I remember the days
leading up to Christmas
when I was six and my old-
3hrist- er sister, Jeannie, shared
the grown-up opinion about
- the "Jolly Old Elf."
And two years
later I had another
s- "first" white Christ-
mas in 1966 after
my family moved to
/, Gulf Breeze and we
walked the sands
RANDY DICKSON of Pensacola Beach
North End Zone that Christmas day.
Through the
years I've received
iated basketballs, basketball
goals, footballs and a
mem- vast assortment of sports
te equipment. I've also re-
family ceived the old electric foot-
his, ball and baseball games.
e been How did we survive
our at before video games?
wak- As you read this col-
morn- umn I'll be in DeLand
s in spending the week with
ow and my parents and other fam-
y had ily members, as I have ev-
ore. ery Christmas of my life. I
rrectly, guess that's what happens
istmas when you're the bachelor
ay first in the family.
ere Our family traditions in-
d a clude attending a Christmas


Eve service, which at times
makes me feel like a rope
in a tug-of-war as different
family members attend
three different churches.
After the services we
will gather at Jeannie's
house and have a non-tra-
ditional meal. Sometimes
that meal is steak and po-
tatoes. It could be lasagna
this year. It really doesn't
matter because we are all
together.
Once the kitchen is
clean, we will gather
around the tree and read
the Christmas story, light
the Advent Candles and
then open gifts. (When we
were younger we received
our Santa gifts Christmas
morning).
When I think about
Christmas I think about
family.
And really, family is
what Christmas is all about.
It is a time where loved
ones gather to celebrate
the blessings of a year
coming to an end and ex-
change gifts.
For many of us it is
a time to celebrate God
inviting us into His family
through the baby born that


night some 2000 years ago.
In sports coaches and
scouts are always look-
ing for impact players.
They are the guys who
can change the outcome
of a game by just stepping
onto the field or court.
Peyton Manning is an
impact player. Crestview
High School graduate
Blake Dean was an impact
player down the stretch
for the LSU baseball team
last spring.
The list of impact play-
ers is always changing as
new players come of age
and older guys move on.
Throughout the course
of human history Jesus
Christ remains the great-
est impact player of all
time. You don't have to
like him. You don't have
to worship him, or even
believe that he is the son
of God, but you can't deny
his impact on the history
of the world.
So as I close this Christ-
mas column, I echo the
sentiments of the angels
that first Christmas Day.
"Peace on Earth and
good will to all men."
Merry Christmas.


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EXTENSION CONNECTION



Get the 411 on coastal sand dunes


Brooke Saari
Okaloosa County Extension
Coastal dunes ... the piles of
sand we see on the beach.
You might ask, "How did they
get there in the first place?"
Dunes occur in areas of the
coast dominated by waves. These
areas need to have winds ca-
pable of moving sand grains for
prolonged periods of time. This
sand then gathers on some type
of object, such as a plant, creat-


UF UNIVERSITY of
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IFAS Extension

ing a pile of sand. Once vegeta-
tion begins to grow on this pile of
sand, the roots lock the dune in
place, allowing the dune to grow
larger. The height of these dunes
depends on the location and the


type of sand/sediment available.
Dunes can be as tall as 100 me-
ters or as small as one-quarter
of a meter. In the Emerald Coast
area, we have relatively small
dunes due to our sand grain size
and lower wave energy levels.
So now you might ask, "Do
dunes have a purpose?"
The answer is yes they do,
and not just for summer hurri-
cane season. Florida is constant-
ly hit with rain storms, com-
monly producing high winds and


surf. The winter months in the
Panhandle are filled with back-
to-back cold fronts producing
high winds, rain and heavy surf
for extended periods of time.
These high wind and surf events
cause our beaches to erode or
lose sand. The dunes help pro-
tect our coasts by creating a
buffer from these high winds and
waves. The sand eroded from
the dunes is stored in the sand-
bars off the coast. During calm
weather, this sediment eventu-


ally returns to the beach and the
dune building process starts all
over again.
Coastal dunes are intriguing
natural features that play a vital
role in our environment.
Brooke Saari is the Marine
Science Extension Agent for
Okaloosa and Walton Coun-
ties. For more information on
marine science and natural
resources information, email or
call bsaari@ufl.edu or 689-5850.


Okaloosa hosts


sustainability


conference
Special to the News Bulletin
Managers from Leon, Bay, Escambia, Santa
Rosa and Okaloosa recently attended a Sustain-
ability Conference, with Okaloosa attendees
at the Extension Office in Crestview and other
representatives connected via technology from
locations around the panhandle.
"The whole idea of sustainability is to be able
to have meetings utilizing the technology avail-
able. The University of Florida/Okaloosa County
Extension Office, as well as extension offices
throughout the state are already equipped to do
this and do it well," said Okaloosa County Com-
missioner John Jannazo, who spearheaded the
effort.
Many counties are ahead in creating a more
sustainable county by measuring their con-
sumption and waste and implementing sustain-
able programs.
All of these counties made presentations
from their offices and shared their success in
getting ideas into programs and projects.
One thing the 86 "virtual" attendees took
away from the meeting: Teaching communities
to conserve is a vital part of the process for the
future of our cities, counties and state.
Vice President Tim Center, Sustainable Flor-
ida Initiative, said it best when he said "we can-
not afford not to do everything we can, when the
cost is greater in the long run."
The presentations from the conference can
be found on the University of Florida Web site
at www.ifas.ufl.edu. The conference also show-
cased exhibitors featuring new environmentally
friendly flooring, Insulated windows, solar en-
ergy information and more.
Another conference will be held in the
spring.
In the meantime, the county asks people to
learn how to improve sustainability in homes or
offices, saving money and precious resources.
For more information, visit www.okaloosafl.com
or call 651-7105


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CCB Community Bank
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The first-place winners


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third-grader Aleem Mu-
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The second-place win-
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Madison North and Antioch
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communication theory, eth-
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Crestview food
consultant simmers
with success
Kristy Beausoleil, a
Crestview resident and in-
dependent consultant with
Tastefully Simple, Inc., is
now a team leader with the
national direct seller of gour-
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Jill Blashack Strahan.
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Lightning Kills!

When a storm
approaches, and
lightning is present:
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open high group nd
isolated trees.
-Stay away from
water, including lakes
and rivers. Stay off the
beach and out of boats.
-Do not seek shelter
in a convertible car or
golf cart.
-Stay away from
doors, windows and all
metal objects, including
pipes and faucets.
-Stay off corded
telephones and away
from all electrical
devices, like televisions .
and computers, iPods,.
DVD and CD players.


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David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
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Legal # 100458
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-005919
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NAPlaintiff,

CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-005919
vs.DIVISION:
SUSAN E. LELIK, et al,
Defendantss.


DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 8 KINGS PORT
TOWN HOMES, AC-
CORDING TO PLAT
ON FILE IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGE 80
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are required
ao serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before January 19
2009, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or peti-
tion.


disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FE, 32579; tef-
ephone number (850)
651-7497, prior to the
proceeding.
12/17/08
12/24/08


Legal # 100459
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.: 2007 CA
003546-C DIVISION
WACHOVIA BANK,
N.A. AS TRUSTEE
(BAYVIEW),
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHELBY J. RAY A/K/A
SHELBY JEAN MORTON
RAY INDIVIDUALLY
AND AS CO-TRUSTEE
OF THE RAY FAMILY
TRUST DATED AUGUST
9, 1996, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF ACTION This notice shall be pub- AMENDED NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION lished once each week OF ACTION
FO: for two consecutive TO:
SUSAN E. LELIK weeks in the Cresiview REGINA RAY, AS BENE-
News Bulletin. FICIARY OF THE RAY
LAST KNOWN AD- FAMILY TRUST, DATED
DRESS: 999 Holton Ave- WITNESS my hand and AUGUST 9, 1996
nue #8 the seal of this Court on LAST KNOWN AD-
Fort Walton Beach, FI this 4 day of December, DRESS:542 Cressa Cir-
32547 2008. cle Cocoa, FL 32926
CURRENT ADDRESS:
CURRENT ADDRESS: Don W. Howard UNKNOWN
999 Holton Avenue #8 Clerk of the Court
Fort Walton Beach, Fl By: Auita Cantrail YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
32547 As Deputy Clerk an action to foreclose a
Invoice to & Copy to: mortgage on the follow-
ANY AND ALL UN- Florida Default Law in property in
KNOWN PARTIES Grou P.L. OKALOOSA County,
CLAIMING BY, P.O. x 25018 Florida:
THROUGH, UNDER Tampa, Florida
AND AGAINST TH 33622-5018 COMMENCE AT THE
HEREIN NAMED IN- NMNC-SPECFHLMC-R-e SOUTHWEST COR-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- ayska-F08091520 NER OF THE NORTH-
ANT(S) WHO ARE See Americans with WEST 1/4 OF THE
NOT KNOWN TO BE Disabilities Act SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
DEAD OR ALIVE, IMPORTANT SECTION 14, TOWN-
WHETHER SAID UN- SHIP 4 NORTH,
KNOWN PARTIES In accordance with the RANGE 22 WEST,
MAY CLAIM AN IN- Americans with Disabili- O KALOO S A
TEREST AS SPOUSE, ties Act, persons with dis- COUNTY, FLORIDA,
HEIRS DEVISEES abilities needing special THENCE NORTH 006
GRANTEES, OR accommodation to partic- DEGREES 55'27"
OTHER CLAIMANTS pate in this proceeding EAST ALONG THE
should contact Court Ad- WEST LINE THEREOF
LAST KNOWN AD- ministration at 101 James A DISTANCE OF
996.04 FEET;
view FL, 32536-3515; T H E N C E
telephone number (8501 SOUTH 89 DEGREES
Do Something 689-5000, Extension 04'33" EAST A DIS-
7497, prior to the pro- TANCE OF 81.17
Good For ceedin . or Shalimar FEET TO THE EAST
(850) 651-7497 BANK OF POND
Tomorrow CREEK BEING ALSO
IMPORTANT THE POINT OF BE-
RECYCLE GINNING THENCE
S n accordance with SOUTH 28 DEGREES
TODAY! the Americans with Disa- 10'53" EAST A DIS-
TODAY! abilities Act, persons with TANCE OF 403.70
FEET TO A POINT ON
A CUL-DE-SAC;
THENCE ALONG A
SCUL-DE-SAC A ARC
DISTANCE OF 38.87
rA 0 FEET; (SAID
CUL-DE-SAC HAVING
SNRADIUS OF 50.0
FEET, A DELTA OF 44
_ _ _ _ _____u ~DEGREES 32'48" A
CHORD 37.90 FEET,
O AND A CHORD


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32539 Americans with Disabili- MAY CLAIM AN IN- participate in this pro-
ties Act, persons with dis- TEREST AS SPOUSE, ceeding should contact
TOGETHER WITH abilities needing special HEIRS, DEVISEES, Court Administration at
THAT CERTAIN MO- accommodation to par- GRANTEES, OR 101 James Lee
BILE HOME LOCATED t i c OTHER CLAIMANTS B o u I e v a r d
THEREON, SERIAL ipate in this proceeding East, Crestview, FL,
N U M B E R S should contact Court Ad- LAST KNOWN AD- 32536-3515; telephone
GAFLV35AI3124H ministration at 1250 N. DRESS: UNKNOWN number (850)
H 2 1 , Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar, 6 8 9 - 5 0 0 0 ,
GAFLV35B13124HH21 FE, 32579; telephone CURRENT ADDRESS: Extension 7497, prior to
& number (850) UNKNOWN the proceeding. or
GAFLV35C13124HH21 6 5 1 - 7 4 9 7 , Shalimar (850)
prior to the proceeding. 651-7497
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
has been filed against 12/17/08 an action to foreclose a IMPORTANT
you and you are 12/24/08 mortgage on the follow-
in accooance in


r e q u i r e d
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before January 2,
2009, on Florida
D e f a u I t
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney,
w h o s e
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the
o r i g i -
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 11 day of
D e c e m b er ,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Aunita Contrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
BAYVIEW-CONV-R-vbon
itto-F07042345
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to par-
t i c -
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101
J a m e s
Lee Boulevard East,
C r e s t -
view FL 32536-3515,
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the


Legal # 100460
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-00592
4
DIVISION:
US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR STRUC-
TURED ASSET SECURI-
TIES CORPORATION
TRUST 2006-GEL4,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GREGORY A.
BRICKHOUSE A/K/A
GREGORY BRICK-
H O U S E
et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
GREGORY A.
BRICKHOUSE A/K/A
GREGORY BRICK-
HOUSE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 322 bROOK-
WOOD BOULEVARD
MARY ESTHER, Fl
32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
JULIA S. BRICKHOUSE
A/K/A JULIA
BRICKHOUSE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 322 BROOK-
WOOD BOULEVARD
MARY ESTHER, FL
32569
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES


inq property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 2, BROOK-
WOOD, ACCORD-
I N G
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 12,
PAGE 38, IN THE OF-
FICE OF THE CLERK
OF CURCUIT COURT,
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are
r e q u i red
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before January
26,2009, on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney,
w h o s e
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the
o r i g i -
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Cresiview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 11 day of
D e c e m b e r,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Defaull Law
Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-CONV-R-khart-
maier-F08087773
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to


In accordance with
the Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579; tel-
ephone number (850)
651-7497, prior to the
proceeding.
12/17/08
12/24/08

Legal # 100461
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
BELONGING TO THE
PARTIES NAMED BE-
LOW AND LISTED BY
UNIT NUMBER WILL BE
SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT
MINI- STORAGE AT THE
MINI- STORAGE LO-
CATED AT 2510 S.
FERDON BLVD., CREST-
VIEW, FLA, AT 9:00
A.M., JANUARY 07,
2009 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID IN
FULL BEFORE THE TIME
OF SALE.
TIA MILLER
Unit #25
12/24/08
12/31/08

Legal #100446
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-1939 S
DIVISION
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANDREW D. JOHN-
SON, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
November 24 2008
and entered in Case No.
46-2008-CA-1939 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA-
County Florida wherein
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC is the Plain-
tiff and ANDREW D.
JOHNSON; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 13
day of January, 2009
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
PARCEL P BLOCK
116, TOW'NSITE OF
PORT DIXIE: COM-
MENCING AT THE
SOUTHWEST COR-
NER OF LOT 1,
BLOCK 116,
TOWNSITE OF PORT
DIXIE, ACCORDING
TO PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGES 64.
65 AND 66 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROCEED EAST 196
FEET, THENCE NORTH
240 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING, THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH 80
FEET, THENCE WEST
100 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 80 FEET
THENCE EAST 106
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING
A/K/A 81
SCHOONER LANE
SHALIMAR, FL
32579
Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on November 24,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 8 0 2 7 2 4 3
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abilities needing special Lee Boulevard
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should contact Court Ad- telephone number
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view, FL, 32536-3515; ceeding. or SI
telephone number (850j (850) 651-7497
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disabilities nee


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Americans with Disabili- participate in
ties Act, persons with dis- ceeding should
abilities needing special Court Adminis
accommodation to partic- 1250 N. Eglin
ipate in this proceeding Shalimar, FL, 3
should contact Court Ad- phone numb
ministration at 1250 N. 651-7497, pr
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, proceeding
F, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497, 12/17/2008
prior to the proceeding. 12/24/2008


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LEGAL# 120131


IN THE CIRCUIT
LEGAL #120130 COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
IN THE CIRCUIT OKALOOSA
COURT OF THE FIRST COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIVIL ACTION CASE
IN AND FOR ' NO.:46-2008-CA-00
OKALOOSA 47
COUNTY, FLORIDA 754 FILE
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO:F08068236
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
4145 GMAC MORTGAGE.


Plaintiff,
vs.


~i~t~qrRq~l~h


vs. TIMOTHY 1. LUMLEY,
et al,
Defendant(s).
THE UNKNOWN NOTICE OF ACTION
HEIRS,DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- TO: f -
EES, LIENORS, TIMOTHY I. LUMLEY '
C R E D I - PEFS&ANIMLS
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR LAST KNOWN AD- .. .ANis. .
OTHER CLAIMANTS DRESS: 581 Timber- 2100- Pets
CLAIMING BY, lake Drive 2110 - Pets: Free to
THROUGH,UNDER, Mary Esther, Fl 32569 oo2120 d Homies
OR AGAINST FRED 2120 - Pt Supplies
A . CURRENT ADDRESS: 213Spplies0 Farm An
MOORE A/K/A FRED 581 Timberlake Drive 2140- Pets/Livestock
ARLEY MOORE, DE- Mary Esther, Fl 32569 Wanted
CEASED , et al 2150 - Pet Memorials
Defendant(s). ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES P
CLAIMING BY,
NOTICE OF ACTION THROUGH, UNDER, 2100
AND AGAINST THE
TO: HEREIN NAMED IN-
THE UNKNOWN DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
HEIRS,DEVISEES, ANT(S WHO ARE
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- NOT OWN TO BE
EES, LIENORS, DEAD OR ALIVE, AdorableShi-T
C R E D I - WHETHER SAID UN- Adorable Shi-Tzu pup
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR KNOWN PARTIES ies. $400 now taking
OTHER CLAIMANTS MAY CLAIM AN IN- deposits ready 12/2
CLAIMING BY, TEREST AS SPOUSE, 398-6417 or 305-6435
THROUGH,UNDER, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
OR AGAINST FRED GRANTEES, ORClippendales Dog
A .OTHER CLAMANTS Grooming: A large se-
MOORE A/K/A FRED election of dag sweaters &
ARLEY MOORE, DE- LAST KNOWN AD- jackets. Bring in this Ad
CEASED DRESS: UNKNOWN and recieve 10% off


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN


CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


roomin thru Dec. 31 st.
CURRENT ADDRESS: 537-4006'
UNKNOWN For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
huahua puppies.Long
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that and Call 85002-7275
an action to foreclose a


ANY AND ALL UN- mortgage on the follow- orse angvaae
KNOWN PARTIES in ro erty in call for more info.
CLAIMING BY, OALOSge County, 902-7275
THROUGH, UNDER, Florida:
AND AGAINST THE _ _
HEREIN NAMED IN- LOT 34, BLOCK B,
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- TIMBERLAKE ES- 2120
ANT(S) WHO ARE STATES, FIRST ADDI-
NOT KNOWN TO BE TION, ACCORDING Happy Jack Onex:
DEAD OR ALIVE, TO THE PLAT wound dressing repels
WHETHER SAID UN- THEREOF AS RE- flies and kills hatching
KNOWN PARTIES CORDED IN PLAT larae. Prevents infection.
MAY CLAIM AN IN- BOOK 6, PAGE 99, P r o m t e s
TEREST AS SPOUSE, OF THE PUBLIC REC- healin... OKALOOSA
HEIRS DEVISEES, ORDS OF GRAIN FEED STORE
GRANTEES, OROKALOOSA6 8 2 - 93 3 3
OTHER CLAIMANTS COUNTY, FLORIDA www.happyjack
inc.com
LAST KNOWN AD- has been filed against
DRESS: UNKNOWN , you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
CURRENT ADDRESS: written defenses, if any
UNKNOWN on or before January 22
2009, on Florida Defaut
Law Group, P.L.,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Plaintiff's attorney, whose
an action to foreclose a address is 9119 Corpo-
mortgage on the follow- rate Lake Drive, Suite I
ing properly in 300 Tampa, Florida
OKALOOSA County, 33634 and file the origi- 3100-Antiques
Florida: nal with this Court either 3110-Appliances
LOT 8, BLOCK 3 before service on 3120 - Arts & Crafts
GULF DRIVE Plaintiff's attorney or im- 31 - Auctions
S U B D I V I - mediately thereafter; oth- uppis
SION, ACCORDING erwise a default will be3160 - Business
TO THE PLAT entered against you for Equipment
THEREOF AS RE- the relief demanded in 3170- Collectibles
CORDED IN PLAT the Complaint or peti- 3180- Computers
BOOK 1, PAGE(S) tion. 3190- Electronics
82A, OF THE PUBLIC This notice shall be pub- 3200 -Firewood
RECORDS OF lished once each week 3220 - Furniture
O K A L 0 0 S A for two consecutive 32 age/Yard Sales
COUNTY, FLORIDA. weeks in the Crestview 3250 - Good Things to Eat
News Bulletin. 3260 - Health & Fitness
has been filed against WITNESS my hand and 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
you and you are the seal of this Court on 3280 - Machinery/
r e q u i r e d this 8 day of December, Equipment
to serve a copy of your 2008.3290 - Medical Equipment


written defenses, it any,
on or before January 22,
2009 on Florida Default Don W. How
Law Group, P.L., Clerk of the (
Plaintiff's. attorney, By:Anita Can
w h o s e As Deputy Cl
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite Florida De
300 Tampa, Florida Group P.L.
33634, and file the P.O. Box25(
o r i g i - Tampa,
nal with this Court either 33622-501 8
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im- IMPORTANT
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be In accordance
entered against you for Americans w
the relief demanded in ties Act, persi
the Complaint or peti- abilities neec
tion. accommodating
This notice shall be pub- ipate in this
lished once each week should contain
for two consecutive ministration al
weeks in the Crestview Lee Boulevarc
News Bulletin. view, FL, 32
WITNESS my hand and telephone nu
the seal of this Court on 689-5000,
this 8 day of December, 7497, prior
2008. ceedina. or


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Contrail
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
See Americans with Dis-
abilities Act
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(850) 651-7497 ...
IMPORTANT
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Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F , 32579; telephone
number (856)651,-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


In accordance wit the
Americans with Disabili- 12/17/2008
ties Act, persons with dis- 12/24/2008
abilities needing special


3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)



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


1 3110-

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appliance repair - appli-
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Street call 689-1007.
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Call / Lisa. (800)
900-2980, pin 00. FL
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Single white male 70
5'8 1701bs. Looking for
a slender white lady
65-72. I am easy going
and easy to please. Just
need a good woman to
share and do things to-
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P.O. Box 876, Crest-
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Medical/Health' i Crestview- home for
o rent, country ebrnba.
RN - 6140 I acre of land. 3br, '2be.
Peoples Home Health is Auburn area. No 25.o 6824280 or
growing. FULL-TIME RN smoke/pets. On 1 acre. _______
wanted to work in Like new large 3 br, 2
Okaloosa and Walton ba, 1600sf large
County. Current open- kitchen. $875 mo.+
wings are listed on our $900 dep. Will work
website www. with 1st month rent or thi OUt
peopleshomehealth.com dep. 240-0890 * ,
Questions call Ralph Em- -- - Crestview- Immaculate
erson at 850.430.1183. Baker, 3br, 1ba +6ac- 4 br 2 ba, 2 c FP
Other openings in res. As is, you maintain. 163-sf. 3 rs old.
Niceville are for OT, PT, $650. Calf mo+ddpe ok
and ST. 850-217-8209 244-3131


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S 4130 6140
Wooden Baby CA. NOW - M E Coldwell Banker United
Wooden B y CALL NOW - MAKE Realtors 117 Courthouse
Crib $250.- $500. PER Terrace, Crestview, Fl
with cabinet, drawers. D A Y ! ! ! 32536 (850) 689-1515
Complete with mattress 1-800-679-4356 or (850) 682-5922-EHO
and accessories. In very ext.4144 *307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
good cond. Asking price 1ba 700sf, $425 Inte-
190. Call 682_30535Uo
685-8190. Call 682-3535 or Driver- Join PTL today! rior Unit triplex
685-806mpany rivers earn* 305WlnutAve 2br
up to 40 cpm. 1/2cpm 1bba 900sf, $500 end
increase every 60Kmi- unit Triplex
rleas. Average 2800 309 WalnutAve. 2br
S 3230 miles/week. CDL-A re ba 900sf, $500 end
uired. www.ptl-inc.com unit tri lex
TUPPERWARE Cll 877)74-6262 5332 Vernon Taor
C J e -Rd 2br, 1 ba 896sf $450
Call Jackie 682-4305 Drvers-ASAPSin-On baker - 1st Month's rent
Drivers-ASAPI SignOn free
EBonus 35-41cpm Earn * 228 Runnymeade Dr.
over $1000 weekly Ex- 2br 1.5ba '30sf $575
cellent Benefits Need �2 0onth's Rent Free
CDL-A & 3 mos recent 230 Runnymeade Dr
Feeling Anxious About OTR (877)258-8782 2br 1.5ba 930sf $575
The Future? Buy and read www.meltontruck.com 2 Month's Rent Free
Dianetics by L. Ron Hub- * 422 Spring St 3br,
bard. Price: $20.00. Or- Trainers Wanted 50 yr 2ba 1086sf, $625 -
der Now. Free Shipping. old Distribution Company Months rent free
www.DianeticsTampa.org looking for online train- 0 2499 Kingston Rd 2br,
or Call (813)872-0722. ers. Teach over the inter- 1 ba 1026sf $650 -
net, Flexible hours, work small breed pet with ap-
from homepoval
www.FutureFreedom.net P 6106 Magnolia Lane-
g ____ 3br,1.5ba 1026sf $695-
1 month's rent free
Airlines Are Hiring - 0 139 Beacon's Bend
Train for high paying Avi- 2br, 1 ba 804sf $700 -
ation Maintenance Ca- / Pets with approval
reer. FAA approved pro- 0 440 Apple Dr 3br,
gram. Financial aid if \ , 2ba 1094sf$725 New
qualified - Housing avail Paint
able. Call Aviation Insti- 2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
tute of Maintenance 4br 2ba, 1600sf, $795
& FINANCIA 118 Palmetto Dr 4br,
Attend Collee online 5100Busine2b 1927sf $800 pets
from Home. 'Medical, Opportunities with approval
*Business *Paralegal 511 - Money to Lend 0 210 Feldon Dr 3br,
*Computers *Criminal 2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
Justice. Job placement as- - M with approval
distance. Computer avail- 2 wying Pines CT
u aiied. ln(666118 ampbell Dr 3br,



ow Available 2009 24/7 l Aid if Sellng 2b 1253s $850 pets
u$18-ali$20/hr. No Eperi- a 1 5$800 - End Unit
www.CenPaid TraOning, Fe.co Weekly Potentiac Return 2a 1207sf $850 pets


ng Pne Call. ll t tiaon pCall r
8009f-9941 T odayl 100% Recession Proofl 0 2861 Aironke Dr 3br


Now Available 2009 24/7you earn $800 Seing NO 2ba 1253sf $850-l petsad
and nd $9,995. PetsNO with approval
88-$20/h Exeri- 866391-3048 5365 onterrey Rd2ba
Benefits02000033 Call usVacations Call ee rent to mil, 1786sfitary
We wil not be $8 0 - lead base paint
undersoldl disclosure
REF#FL08 3 Do brou earn $800 in a 1.5ba 17865s$850-lead


and Candy $9,995. Pets with approval
S238 Tiff 5365 MontCt 3br,2b
EMPLWYMENT 1620sf $899 - 1st
4100 - Help Wanted 0 130 LouiseeDr 3br,
41 urants/Clubs 22000033 Call us: 3br 1436sf, $900- Pets
413 - Employ will not be $850 -lead base paint
Information 0--- 5984 Creekside Cir






410 m ptoent~ ~ 43br, 2ba - 1850sf $900
100- Business- first months rent free
4100-Help Wanted Commercial 324 Lakeview Dr 3br
4110-ResApaaurartms/Cubsen s 2ba 108436sf, $900- APe
4120 - Sales Rentals appliances included


41306130- Cndployment townhouse 0 4815 Summer Creek
6140- Hu se Rentals Cove 4br, 2ba- 185 94sf $900
6160 - Rooms for Rent back ard e
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot 324akeview Dr 3br
Field Technician 0100o-_Out-of-Town Rentals 9 2934 Atoka Trail 4br,
6190 - Timeshare Rentals 2ba 1953sf. $995 - A
installs, services and 620 - BeVacation Rentals months rent free to mili-cluded
maintains automatic t
chemical dispenser sys-6130 baCondoTownhouse 4815 esiummew Dr 3breek
teams in customer's facl 6140-1706sf 4br, 2ba 1794sf
ties. Provide technical ex 6150oommteWaiscont off$995 monthrivacy rented
6160Ropertise on automatic di- m or military



enser systems to mrket- So gate office compe/Lot e se 1 ba0 r T
in610 and sales personnel tosoine and schools $750. 3br, 2ba 16953sf $995 - 1000


Installs services and 0 dd Availabls mNov nths alrenlo t ree to mil
che mic aldispens rs Is-' 6 8 -9 95201W es t lew aDr3br,






e eie Prea t sicae Office Space 52 Clint Mao ondy




ment repair. 3 yrs. exp. 682-079139ar5121ge Fenced in back
in anitorialsenvironment; ya 2d Paddock Cir
duties include mainte- Office/ S pa building for 2716Clint Mason Rd
School Diploma w/3 yrs. Eight offices now availa- 3br,2.5ba,1 87 8sf,





exp. in building anitor instequiptu- Lease in McLain000sffice $01000 All applicancesf
mtiont aintenancproductisales PDuganAve.l rate in- olu s red re r
Musrel have to electrical, ludes utilities, common U Call i
cense. Please e-mail re-t 61-0046_isc to n mnita Blvd
pdick@ ride-enterprises.
orplumbing, and/or equip- area and maintenance. 3br, 2ba 2555sf $1t195



in anitoria environment; --First month's rent free
Food Service/Hosp. 6110b 0 4 811 Swift Fox1Run
duies include mainte-4br, 3ba 2282sf $1200



1 mo Free Rent! - no ets allowed
Service Manager aiet gated Napets 3br,44b 1866sf $1200
TomThumb Food Stores quip- L ease reqsf. For10 further information
is currently accepting ap- 585-6985 and to apply onlinone,
plicnse. Pleasore anexper-mai re- please visit our website
d Deli/Food Service Crestview Bent Creek at: www.cburpm.com
Monarr for our Crest- Apts 1o Free Rent! - nopets allowed
viewL location. The cepted. Rental assist Crestview 248 Limestone C- 3BR/1 BA



successful candidate must may be avail. 1 & 2BR 462 Savage St. call
be experienced in all as- HC & non-HC accessible 682-3931
pects of food manage- opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. Crestview- $380 m
cefully manage er uiepl 68 gated No pets 3br, 4baseyard1866sfNo pets1200
as well as a budget. 711. Ea- ua Housing p- +Also rpy oninent to
We operate convenience portunity own $2500 down, $680
stores in NW FL & AL Crestview & Bent Creek at: www.cburpm.com
anaer for proud mCrbest- Apartments Ac- r i
viof the Kroger Co. The of-cepted. Rental assistance Crestve RA




fer competitive wages Nowacceptin 1 & 2 BR ica 2/1 Duplex
with a benefits package tions for 1 & B C & freshly painted, $600
availablenced iton all as-ime em non-HC accessible apart- mao $60 DI pets ok
pectsal prcriptiofood man, the diage- apts. 209 Bental assis- 682-7731 Mon-Fri

bursement and a 401ok) Call 850-682-5149
RetirementSavings Plan. Te 6 D71 1450 1 b b
Uas wellcans a budget 71 F. Equal HousingO e a N
We operate convenience Opportunity_ Cresvieown $2500down $680s
stores in NW FL & AL Crestview I & nnII mo. RiCall 537-97Ee8son Realy

Guillofer competitive wages Now acceOtin a ica- 2/1 Duplex
CrwthsabenefLs package t eions for 1 C B C & freshly painted, $600R
ployees includes mapor ments for the elderly and wits additional - deposit,





CALLS PLEASE! Acceptbled. Rental assis- 682-7731 Mon-Fri
dental, liOe, tuition g-Freim- tance may be available. Cres-view
bursementanda 40 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC Duplex
Retirement Savings Plan. TDD/Ta Y 711a. 1451






STo. Thub. Coremo Drive Crest- New caet / fresh
uaie appcants are view FL Eul HousCal ainted, $700 mg, $7
encouraged to visit Opprrtunil.













Logistics/Transportation Housing Opp Mon F

Driver Trainees y
9o 6th Ave.,a k- 08 0 Crestview-3 br2ba







erds w/C C5n Crestview, Bent Creek 1 Call Jenny at Pelican Real
NOPHONE l Apartments I, Vouchers state 315-0972


e CDL T raininb 209o Bent Creek Road New carpet / freshly
Cresiew, FL. Call painted, $700 Roal $700
Web lD #27839742 850-682-5563, DD pets OK withaddi-


NEW TOOAY


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
Crestview
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950 3 br, 2 ba, lcg9
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets
* 391 Riverchase Blvd
$1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
4 139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
* 106 Aqua Dr,
$750, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
Milligan
Ray St.
$600, 3 br, 1 ba
+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


Roommate to share
3br 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all utils
& cable. Call 689-8978



| 6170




Crestview- (2) MH's
Newly Remodeled 2br,
1ba, Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
w e I c a m e .
850-585-8192

Crestview 2 bedroom
home. No pets $550 mo
850-682-1972

Crestview 2BR MH
w/d, stove, fridge, Ig
deck 866 E Williams
$450/mo. + $450dep.
W&G inl 682-6514

Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
double wide on 1 V2 ac-
res, fenced. LR, DR FP
front/back porch. $700.
4073 Hwy9OE.
902-2383/682-9911

Crestview- Newer MH,
near 90 & Antioch 3 br,
lba, $550 mo. Call
217-2750 or 8624595








REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 - Homes
7105 - Open Houses
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130- Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150- Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


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

Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br 2 ba;$850
Rd 112 CountryLiving
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 114 Hampton Dr
2 br 1.5 ba; $535
* 3689 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2 ba; $595
* 216 Virginia St-
2 br 1.5 ba; $600
* 662 Henderson St
2 br, 1 ba; $625
* 262 Virginia St -
2 br, 1.5 ba; $650
* 206 Virginia St
2 br 1.5 Ba, $650
* 1090-A Farmer St -
2 br 1 ba, $675
*6618 Sand Hill Rd
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 107 Corwin Dr -
2 br 2.5 ba; $750
0 5292 Opportunity Dr -
br 2ba; $795
* 134 Swayin Pine Ct-
3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
* 6247 Winstead Rd -
3 br 2 ba; $825
* 5255 Sue Cir
3 br, 2 ba, $900
* 5682 Reinke Dr -
4 br 3 ba, $850
* 421 Juniper Dr-
3 br 2 ba; $995
* 332 Peggy Dr-
4br 2ba $1200
* 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba $T150
* 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood
Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $600
* 3650 Okaloo Ln
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