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Ribbon salute
binds
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
AWARD-WINNING DESIGN: Crestview High School senior Trevor Price was one of just four
students chosen to have his design adorn the labels of Jav6mo coffee and cocoa packages.

CHS student artist's work lands on cocoa label


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When folks fix themselves a steaming mug
of Javamo Chocomellow Berry hot cocoa
this winter, little will they know the art-
work on the package comes from one of
Crestview High School's creative students.
Senior Trevor Price was.among almost 100 art students
nationwide who entered a fall 2008 contest sponsored by
the non-profit Javamo's Art for Autism Foundation.
The works of just four students were chosen to adorn
the labels of Javamo coffee and cocoa packages. Trevor's
work placed in the top three and appears on the labels of
all four Javamo cocoa flavors.
In creating his design a jaunty cup of java with a
swirl of cream running around its surface Trevor said,
"I thought about how coffee looks, and how people carry a
cup."
Then he added some decoration, such as the ornament
on the cup itself.
"People like stars and the moon," Trevor observed,
See TALENT A4


"It's not about money
and things. It's
about who you are,
what you're feeling
and what's
in your heart."

Trevor Price
CHS senior and artist



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For links to.Trevor Price's
Jav6mo bag designs, go to
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See LHS A4

Council vote paves way for road work to begin


Project includes portions of 13 city streets


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Let the paving begin.
Thirteen streets will get a
facelift as part of the city of Crest-
view's 2008-09 fiscal year street
resurfacing project.
The Crestview city council ap-
proved the project during its Mon-
day meeting as part of the consent
agenda.
City of Crestview Department
'of Public Work 'Assistant Direc-
tor Carlos Jones said work on the
project could begin in three or
four weeks.
Bullard Excavating submitted


a low bid of $391.637.50 to win the
contract for the project.
The work will result in 3.73 to-
tal miles of new paving in 14 sec-
tions on the 13 streets. (Work will
be conducted on two sections of 6t"
Avenue.
Jones said funds for the work
had been allocated in the city bud-
get.
Jones said additional road work
will be performed with in-house
resources throughout the year.
Where is road improvement
most needed in the city of Crest-
view? Post your thoughts at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


ON THE ROADS AGAIN
Work on these city streets is planned as'part of the city of
Crestview's 2008-09 fiscal year street resurfaci-g project,
Texas Parkway (9th Avenue to Adams Drive)
6th Avenue (Pearl Street to Anderson Street; Dixie Street to
Alabama Street). :
* East Pine Avenue (Green Street to Hathaway Street)
North Pearl Street (Hickory Avenue to First Avenue)
Adams Drive (Lloyd Street to 200 feet of West Ridge Lake)
Coleman Street (U.S. Highway 90 to First Avenue)
Brookmeade Drive (Goodwin to Aplin Road)
Beech Avenue (Lloyd Street to Wilson Street)
South Brett Street (Bowers Avenue to Chestnut Avenue)
Ridge Lake Road (two sections)
Long Drive (Industrial Drive to McArthur Street)
Jacob Drive (one section)
Lindley Road (Sioux Circle to Old South Drive)


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Magazine:

LHS still

among

best in U.S.
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL Laurel Hill
School received an extra
special Christmas gift last
month.
"Last year we were sur-
prised ... that we were se-
lected by US News & World
Report as one, of America's
best high schools, and we
were surprised to receive it
again this
Laurel Hill year," said
Princi-
School was Princi-
pal Susan
one of 48 'Lowrey-
Florida .Sexton.
schools Laurel
named Hill School
to the was one of
"America's 48 Florida
Best High schools
Schools" list, named
and is one to the
"America's
of 19 that "America's
of19that Best High
achieved Schools"
the bronze list, and
award is one of
19 that
achieved the bronze
award.
The K-12 school is also
the only school in Okaloosa
County to achieve the rec-
ognition.
"Right before the holi-
days I received a letter say-
ing we have been awarded
the bronze award this year.
Last year there were only
12 schools in the state that
got this award, and this
year ve were the only one
in Okaloosa County," Low-
rey-Sexton said. "We are
very proud of that.
The list was compiled for
the magazine by School Mat-
ters, a Standard & Poor's
K-12 education and data re-
search and analysis service.
School Matters, also called
the School Evaluation Ser-
vices, examined academic
and enrollment data from
more than 21,000 schools
throughout the country
when compiling the list.
Schools were awarded gold,
silver, bronze or honorable


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Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Two of a kind: NW Florida's first

certified jail officers honored


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TWO OF A KIND: Director Larry Caskey, Mrs. Gisela Bauer and Correctional
Sgt. Pat.Bauer, Mrs. Lisa Conway and Officer James (Eric) Conway, County
Administrator James Curry and Deputy Director Paul Lawson.


Special to the News Bulletin
Correctional Sgt. Pat
Bauer and Officer James
Conway have received
the national designation
of Certified Jail Officer
through the Jail Manager
Certification Commission
and by authority of the
American Jail Association.
"These outstanding


officers were recently
-recognized at the Board
of County Commission
meeting, and we are fortu-
nate to have employees of
this caliber who continue
to set goals and improve
their professional train-
ing," stated Director Larry
-Caskey of the Corrections
Department.
Officers Bauer and


Conway join the ranks of
only 134 jail professionals
nationwide and only 23 in
the state of Florida to have
achieved this designation.
They are the only correc-
tional officers in northwest
Florida with this certifica-
tion.
The. Certified Jail Offi-
cer is obtained by success-
ful completion of a back-
ground application and
an intensive four-hour ex-
amination. Officer Conway
has been employed by the
Okaloosa County Board
of Commissioners since
June 2007 and previously
worked for the Florida
Dept. of Corrections. Sgt.
Bauer has been with the
Okaloosa County Depart-
ment of Corrections since
1999.


Yellow ribbon tribute builds ties


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
NEIGHBORHOOD SALUTE: Karen Forchione is pictured in front of her Brookmeade
Villa Apartment with the yellow ribbon she tied there in honor of her
daughter, Maj. Michelle Harmon, who has deployed to Afghanistan. The
yellow ribbons in the background were tied by Forchione's neighbors, who
were inspired by her tribute.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When Karen Forchione's daughter
was deployed to Afghanistan on Jan.
1, the Crestview resident tied a yellow
ribbon around a post outside her Brook-
meade Villa Apartments unit.
Little did she realize the simple act
of remembrance, with its inherent hope
for her daughter's safe return, would in-
spire her neighbors to do likewise.
When Forchione awoke and stepped
outside last week, she saw almost half
the apartments had yellow ribbons tied


around their posts.
"Everybody's got somebody or knows
somebody over there," Forchione said.
"We just want the troops to come home
safe."
Maj. Michelle Harmon, Forchione's
daughter, has been in the Air Force for
almost 20 years. Based at Eglin AFB,
she serves as a nurse and will be de-
ployed for at least six months.
"Sometimes we need a reminder of
what our troops are doing for us," For-
chione said. "When I saw all these rib-
bons, it just made me feel so good. It
brought a tear to my eye, I know that."


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MLK Day: Area events will

celebrate King's legacy

Special to the News Bulletin

Carver-Hill Memorial & Historical Society and the
Concerned Citizens Group of Crestview will host the fol-
lowing events in January in connection with the Martin
Luther King Jr. Day:
Thursday at 7 p.m. Annual program with Speak-
er Minister Reggie Washington of New Life International
Worship Center. The program will be held at the Carver-
Hill School Center on School Ave.,in Crestview.
Saturday at 10 a.m. MLK parade, with lineup at
9:30 a.m. at the corner of Lloyd St. and Martin Luther King
Jr. Ave. in Crestview, to the Okaloosa County Courthouse
square. Guest speaker will be Charles Baugh, Crestview
city council member.
For details on any of these events, contact Sis. Fern
Benbow at 682-6764, the Rev. Sanford Hayes at (850) 621-
4187, Dea. Willie Hutchinson at 682-4067, or Sis. Catherine
Dortch at 682-6287.


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Arts and Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Chautauqua visitors


can 'Journey into Africa


Winter assembly

slated for

Jan. 29-Feb. 1


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

At the .turn of the
20th century, folks from
throughout the northeast
and southeast flocked to
DeFuniak Springs for the
Chautauqua Winter As-
sembly, a continuation of
the popular educational
and social conferences
held the rest of the year
in Chautauqua, N.Y. Dur-
ing its heyday, the move-
ment had spread to com-


munities throughout the
nation.
Teddy Roosevelt called
the movement "the most
American thing in Ameri-
ca.
This year, he'll put in
a personal appearance at
the winter assembly in the
guise of historic imperson-
ator Joe Wiegand.
The Chautauqua Win-
ter Assembly is scheduled
Jan. 29-Feb. 1.
This year's conference
is themed "A Journey Into
Africa," but lectures, pre-
sentations and exhibits
about the continent are but
one subject of this year's
assembly. Presentations
range from genealogy and
hunting with birds of prey
to the music of J.S. Bhch
and porcelain painting.


In keeping with the
overall theme, keynote
presentations will be by
Naomi Tutu, daughter
of Archbishop Desmond
Tutu of South Africa; Jim
Fowler, former co-star of
"Mutual of Omaha's Wild
Kingdom" (who will show-
case live animals); and
Gregory Garland, public
affairs director for the
Bureau of African Affairs
at the U.S. State Depart-
ment.
For a complete sched-
ule of events, visit www.
florida-chautauqua-cen-
tet.org or call 850 892-
7613.
Read Brian Hughes
full article in an up and
coming publication of the
Northwest Florida Daily
News


Readers displayed Third Reich


knowledge in CNB contest


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

News Bulletin readers
showed off their knowledge
of World War I history by
answering 11 trivia ques-
tions about the Third Reich
era. Three lucky entrants
won tickets to see a movie
of their choice at the Crest-
view Cinema II.
The contest was inspired
by the opening of "Valkyrie,"
a movie that tells the story
of a failed assassination at-
tempt on Adolf Hitler.
Of the entries received,,
one had all 11 questions
correct. The names of those
who had eight or more cor-
rect answers were put into
a pot and drawn at random
by our charming classifieds
manager, Denise.
Here are the correct
answers- and some back-
ground on some of the in-
correct answers.

1. "Valkyrie" is based on
historic events in which Col.
Claus Count von Stauffen-
berg, an aristocrat and of-
ficer in the German Weh-
rmacht, joins a plot to as-
sassinate Adolf Hitler. Who
portrays von. Stauffenberg
in the film?
A. Tom Cruise
(Kenneth Branagh and
Terence Stamp also starred
in the film. Bryan Singer
was its director.)

2. Von Stauffenberg's
bomb that was to assas-
sinate Hitler exploded in
which of der Fiihrer's head-
quarters?
C. The Wolf's Lair head-
quarters in East Prussia
(Answer D, the under-
ground Cabinet War Rooms,
was actually Winston
Churchill's headquarters
in London. But our readers
were too smart and none
selected that answer.)

3. Completed in 1939 as


Hitler's Bavarian valley-view
teahouse, called the Moss-
lahnerkopf Teehaus, which
today is in ruins. It can be vis-
ited at the end of a hike along
the same public walking trail
Hitler would walk almost dai-
ly when he was in Berchtes-
gaden. His vacation home,
the Berghof, was bombed in
April 1945 and the ruins were
razed in the 1950s.)

4. Which Nazi govern-
ment official began his ca-
reer as an architect and
was appointed chief urban
planner for Berlin but fin-
ished the war as the noto-
riously efficient minister of
armaments?
d. Albert Speer
(Vicious Reinhard Hey-
drich was governor of oc-
cupied Czechoslavakia until
his assassination in 1942 by
Czech underground fight-
ers trained in Britain. Ju-
lius Streicher was an early
Nazi and political leader
who fell into disfavor and
was stripped of power by
1940. Dr. Josef Goebbles
was Germany's minister of
propaganda.)

5. Which book and sub-
sequent film describes the
famous breakout by more
than 70 Allied POWs from
Stalag Luft III in Sagan,
Germany (now part of Po-
land)?
b. "The Great Escape"
("Escape from Colditz"
by Patrick Reid, "The Wood-
en Horse" by Eric Williams
and "Free as a Running
Fox" by Thomas D. Calnan
also are exciting histories
of escape attempts from
German POW camps. "The
Wooden Horse" coinciden-
tally also took place at Sta-
lag Luft III.)

6. Today's "shock and
awe" military technique
can trace its roots to which
World War II German "light-
ening war" strategy?
c. Blitzkrieg


a birthday present for Adolf
Hitler, what is the Eagle's 7. Character actor John
Nest? Banner played which "love-
B. Hitler's Bavarian able Nazi" in the long-run-
mountaintop reception hall ning 1960s CBS-TV series
(The Eagle's Nest still "Hogan's Heroes"?
stands and can be visited d. Sgt. Schultz.
today. It was spared Allied (John Banner coinciden-
post-war destruction be- tally played a similarly sym-
cause Hitler, who had a fear pathetic German soldier in
of heights, didn't like visiting the James Garner film "36
it. Some contestants chose Hours".)


8. How did Hitler and the
Nazis gain control of Ger-
many in the 1930s?
b. They ran for office and
got elected
(The "Beer Hall Putsch,"
which some entrants chose
as their answer, was a fail-
ure. Hitler and other lead-
ers ended up imprisoned
in its aftermath. President
Paul von Hindenburg ap-
pointed Hitler as his chan-
cellor when the Nazi Party
won a majority in the elec-
tions. Upon von Hinden-
burg's death, Hitler, with
the approval of parliament,
consolidated the offices of
president and chancellor.)

9. Who was Eva Braun?
a. The FUihrer's lady-
friend and the later Mrs.
Adolf Hitler
(The German film direc-
tor who made "Triumph of
the Will" was Leni Riefen-
stahl. Traudl Jung was
Hitler's secretary and is
admirably portrayed in the
film "Downfall." Magda
Goebbles was the propa-
ganda minister's wife who
poisoned her kids.)

10. Which World War I
fighter ace flew in the "Fly-
ing Circus" of Baron Man-
fred von Richtofen -"The
Red Baron"- and later be-
came head of the Luftwaffe
under the Nazi rule?
a. Hermann G6ring
(Heinrich Himmler was
a former school teacher
and chicken farmer who
became head of the SS and
its dreaded Gestapo police
force. Josef Goebbles was
minister of propaganda,
and Admiral Wilhelm Cana-
ris was head of the German
secret service.)

EXTRA CREDIT: Upon
Hitler's suicide on April 30, '
1945, who succeeded him
as head of state of the Third
Reich?
b. Grand Admiral Karl
Donitz
;(Reichsminister Albert
Speer seived in Donitz's
cabinet. Reichsmarschall
Hermann Goring was or-
dered arrested by Hitler
before his suicide but was
captured by the Allies.
Reichsfuhrer SS Heinrich
Himmler also was captured
by the Allies while trying to
escape disguised as an en-
listed man.)


Dance troupe cancels performance


Budget constraints

cited for NWFSC

cancellation
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Hubbard Street Dance
Chicago has cancelled its
planned Feb. 23 perfor-
mance at the Mattie Kelly


Fine and Performing Arts
Center at Northwest Flori-
da State College.
Sylvia Bryant, the col-
lege's' director of market-
ing and community rela-
tions, said patrons who
purchased tickets to the
Hubbard Street event will
receive a credit of $25 per
ticket or a refund. "The box
office credit may be used
indefinitely at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center toward


the purchase of tickets for
any show in the current
or future seasons," Bryant
said.
The credit will not expire
until used in its entirety.
To receive the credit,
contact Jeanette Shires,
associate director of the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, at
729-6004 between 9 a.m. and
4 p.m. Monday to Friday, or
e-mail her at shiresj@nwf-
statecollege.edu.


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Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian
Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library
SThis week I'd like to
feature 10 books that
were picked as "New York
Times 100 Notable Books
of 2008."
"Diary of a Bad
Year" by J. M. Coetzee (LP
Fic Coe). This novel, com-
posed of essays and mus-
ings by the main character
(an aging South African
writer living in Australia)
and diary entries by Anya
(a neighbor who types
them), deals with contem-
porary issues like George
W Bush, Guantanamo Bay,
and terrorism and the rela-
tionship that develops be-
tween Sefior C. and Anya.
"Dreams and Shad-
ows: The Future of the
Middle East" by Robin B,
Wright (956.054 Wri). This
book describes the strug-
gles of people from Mo-
rocco to Iran to reform or
replace long-entrenched
national regimes..
"Predictably Ir-
rational: The Hidden
Forces that Shape our
Decisions" by Dan Ari-
ely (153.83 Ari). Moving
comfortably from the lab
to broad social questions,
an M.I.T. economist pokes
holes in conventional
market theory.
"Shakespeare's
Wife" by Germaine Greer
(B Hathaway). With con-
troversial vision and a
scholar's patience, Greer
sets out to rescue Ann
Hathaway from layers of
biographical fantasy.
"The Ten-cent
Plague: The Great Comic-
book Scare and How It
Changed America" by
David Hajdu (302.232 Haj).
No sooner had comic book
culture emerged than it
was beaten down, only to


resurface in Mad magazine.
"A Voyage Long and
Strange: Rediscovering
the New World" by Tony
Horwitz (LP 970.01 Hor).
The bestselling author of
"Blue Latitudes" takes
us on a thrilling and eye-
opening voyage to pre-
Mayflower America.
"Unaccustomed
Earth" by Jhumpa La-
hiri (McN Fic Lah). In
eight sensitive stories,
Lahiri (author of "The
Namesake") evokes the
anxiety, excitement and
transformations felt by
Bengali immigrants and
their American children.
"The Hemingses of
Monticello: An American
Family" by Annette Gor-
don-Reed (973.4609 Gor).
Historian and legal schol-
ar Gordon-Reed presents
this epic work that tells the
story of the Hemingses, an
American slave family, and
their close blood ties to
Thomas Jefferson.
"Hot, Flat, and
Crowded: Why We Need
a Green Revolution
and How It Can Renew
America" by Thomas L.
Friedman (McN 363.70525
Fri). The Times columnist
author of "The World is
Flat" turns his attention to
possible business-friendly
solutions to global warming.
"2666" by Roberto
Bolafio, translated from
the Spanish by Natasha
Wimmer (Fic Bol. An
American sportswriter,
Sa German novelist and a
teenage student interact
in an urban community
on the U.S.-Mexico border
where hundreds of factory
workers have disappeared.

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who's reached the end
of his term." Read also
about the Lame Duck
Amendment (20th Amend-
ment) to the Constitution
that shortened the lame
duck period.

PROGRAMS
SJoin us at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday for our Friends
of the Crestview Library
bi-monthly meeting with
Tallahassee author Anne
Haw Holt, who will dis-
cuss her "Clehn Read
Westerns."
Bring a picnic supper
Tuesday for our "Ella En-
chanted Family Movie
Picnic" from 6-7:30 p.m.
Free one-on-one be-
ginning skills computer
tutoring is available at
the library. The one-hour
sessions are especially
helpful for anyone who
wants to learn how to use
the Internet and e-mail.
Appointments are avail-
able at various times on
weekdays. You will need
a library card to use the
computers.
Free copies of the
most common tax forms
are available.at the li-
brary by the reference
desk. AARP Tax Aide will
once again be providing
free tax help to low- and
middle-income taxpayers
with special attention to
those age 60 and older.
Tax preparation assis-
tance will be provided on
a first-come, first-served
basis Feb. 1 through April
15 during the following
hours: Mondays, 2-6 p.m.;
Tuesdays and Thursdays,
10 a.m.-2 p.m.; and Fri-
days, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Herbert Allen will
teach a free antique
furniture refinishing
class March 11 under the
library portico. For more
information, call him at
689-%600.


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CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL RECAP


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview City
Council held its first meet-
ing of 2009 on Monday
Mike Turman, presi-
dent of the Spanish Trail
Cruisers, announced his
organization's annual down-
town car show is sched-
uled for April 18. Turman
requested city services for
the car show, including use
of Main Street, a city electri-
cian, barricades to close off
side streets, and the provi-
sion of porta-a-potties.
The council unanimously
agreed to provide the orga-
nization with the city ser-
vices it requested.
The council unani-
mously voted to deny a re-


quest for speed humps in
the Sunset Village public
housing area.
Public Services director
Wayne Steele saw no tech-
nical difficulties with the re-
quest, but noted, "we do not
support speed humps for
liability purposes. They're
a bigger burden to us for
maintenance reasons than
they are as a speed control
device."
During his report,
Mayor David Cadle report-
ed attending a meeting of
Okaloosa County mayors
during which Destin's adult
entertainment ordinance
was discussed:
The. mayors felt it was
important to use Destin's
ordinance as a county-wide


model after that city's legal
procedures have been fin-
ished.
"They have deeper pock-
ets," Cadle chuckled, and
could better afford the legal
research needed to craft the
ordinance.
Adult. entertainment
"has to be regulated by zon-
ing," advised Crestview city
attorney Ben Holley.
Administrative Services
director Mike Wing pointed
out that pitfalls occur when
vaguely worded laws, such
as Crestview's current ordi-
nance, are subjected to chal-
lenges.

Read more from Mon-
day's meeting at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


LHS from page Al


mention categories.
Criteria for the catego-
ries include:
Gold Medal: Top 100
schools nationally based
on the College Readiness
Index.
Silver Medal: All oth-
er schools with a college
readiness index of at least
20 but that are not ranked
in the top 100 nationally.


Bronze Medal: either
do not offer AP or IB br do
not achieve a college readi-
ness index of at least 20 but
successfully meet the other
two key performance indi-
cator criteria.
"It's very nice to receive
that honor two years in a
row. They're not handing
them out to just anybody,"
Lowrey-Sexton said. "It


shows there are a lot of
good things going on and
our teachers are working
real hard."
Baker School also re-
ceived U.S. News & World
Report recognition at the
end of 2007.
Visit www.crestview-
bulletin.com for links to
the U.S. News & World Re-
port article.


TALENT from page A1


"and I thought it needed
some-primary color," he
added, referring to the red
and pink background.
Javamo owners Pier
and Vicky Westra became
big supporters of autism
education and research
when their adopted daugh-
ter was diagnosed with the
disorder.
"Working together to
achieve a result is the best
way to make a difference
for our children," they say
on their Web site, www.
javamo.com. The site
displays Trevor's artwork
under the "Cocoa" tab.
Last year was the first
year Javamo has sporp


sored the art contest, said
Vicky Westra.
"This year we're really
hoping to grow participa-
tion significantly," she said.
Westra noted Trevor
has already submitted
some designs for the 2009
contest.
"He has some unbeliev-,
able pieces," Westra said.
"He definitely has talent."
When Trevor's class-
mates asked, "So how
much money did you get
for that design?" art teach-
er Laurel Siwicki was quick
to remind them money
isn't the most important
factor in winning a design
.competition, and certainly


shouldn't be the motivating
factor.
"It's an honor just get-
ting selected," she empha-
sized.
It's an honor artist Trev-
or Price takes seriously.
"It's not about money
and things," Trevor said.
"It's about who you are,
what you're feeling and
what's in your heart."
Vicky Westra said the
enthusiasm that greeted
Javamro's contests warms
her heart like a piping hot
mug of their coffee.
"It's meaningful for us,
but we're so glad to know
it's meaningful for the
kids," she said.


Richbourg finishing with a flourish


Brian Hughes
Crestvicw News Bulletin

From academics to
cocurriculars, students at
Richbourg Middle School
are tackling their school's
last-ever semester with
gusto, says Principal Bob
Jones.
Jones and his admin-
istration staff, meanwhile,
are looking ahead to the
move to the new Shoal
River Middle School when
Richbourg closes its doors
after school lets out in May.
"We're beginning to
pack and teachers are
beginning to look at what
they'll need in the new
school," Jones said.
"We're looking for-
ward to a celebration for
the entire community of
Richbourg's heritage this
spring," Jones said. "So
many people in the com-
munity went to Richbourg,
and we want to celebrate
that with them.
Jones said registration
for the 2009-10 school year
will start soon
"We're excited about
the registration of students
for Shoal River Middle
School," Jones said. "It's
our first 'official act' for the
new school." (See the ar-
ticle below about registra-
tion and zoning waivers
for Shoal River and Da-
vidson middle schools.)
First, Richbourg's
beauty queens are get-
ting ready to strut their
stuff. The Miss Richbourg.
Pageant is Friday at 7 p.m.
at the high school audito-
rium.
"A lot of the girls are
getting ready and are ex-
cited about that," Jones
said.
In the performing
arts, more than two dozen
Richbourg students were
honored in regional, state
and national groups.


FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE

Richbourg was repre-
sented at the seventh- and
eighth-grade all-county
mixed chorus by Mar-
garita Abreu, Lexy Bouton,
Alena FWlcher, Kaleigh
Govan, Carmine Harrell,
Tony Heagwood and Curtis
Pitts.
All-county treble cho-
rus members were Taylor
Pfeiffer, Brooke Palmer,
Larissa Ringuette, Logan
Allen, Hayley Morris, Sa-
vannah Smith, Kimberly
Brown, Keidra Perdue and
Brittany Pryor.
Brooke Palmer also
made the all-state chorus.
The school's all-county
band students were Jo-
seph Brandon, Jenny
Matherne, Daniel Nickels,
Zac Herndon and Turner
Sinopoli.
Students who made
the SoutheasternUnited
States Honor Band at Troy
University were Daniel
Nickels, Colin Fortner,
Jenny Matherne, Britney
Matherne, Adele Johnson,
Kevin Joseph, Turner Sin-
opoli, Terryn Williams and
Kirsten Ross.
Jones said the
school's winter sports
teams girls and boys
basketball and soccer -
are having good seasons.
"Our athletic program
is doing well," Jones said
proudly. "We're hoping all
our teams have successful
seasons."
Richbourg's Biology
1 honors class, which stu-
dents take for high school
credit, is preparing for a
debate this spring.
"This is a major proj-
ect," Jones said. "It's a
team project across the
curriculum."


The Biology 1 teacher,
Greg Myers, is working
with the two eighth-grade
language arts.teachers,
Pauline Buis and Kelly
Donofro, on the etiquette
Sof debating and persuasive
speech and persuasive
writing.
Richbourg's aero-
space class will get to see
some of America's most
classic aircraft during an
upcoming field trip to the
Museum of Naval Aviation
in Pensacola.
"After that they're com-
ing out to Sky Ranch and
we're going to take them
flying," Jones said. "For
some of them, they have
never flown before. It's
their very first airplane
ride, and it's kind of neat."
The next round of
school budget cuts is on
Jones' mind, as it is for all
area principals.
"I'll be going to Talla-
hassee to meet with legis-
lators to convince them not
to cut any school budgets
as part of a delegation
from the Florida Associa-
tion of School Administra-
tors," Jones said.
"You can't make the
kind of cuts they're ask-
ing us to make without
affecting the classroom
somewhat," Jones said.
"We're trying to keep it as
far away from the students
as we can."
Jones, who is also on
board of directors of the
Florida Association of Sec-
ondary School Principals,
observed, "we're going
to try to help legislators
understand from our view-
point that we've cut the fat.
Now we're cutting muscle
and pretty soon we'll be.
cutting bone."

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Two of Crestview's mid-
dle school principals are
hard at work getting classes
ready for a school that hasn't
even opened yet.
With Shoal River Middle
School set to open this fall,
Davidsorn Principal Beth
Walthall. and Richbourg
Principal Bob Jones are
closely coordinating prepa-
rations.
"Itis getting busierbythe
day with everything getting
ready for the new school,"
Jones said as he prepared
to start assigning teachers
to room numbers.
Jones said about 250 stu-
dents from Richbourg and
250 from Davidson will be
zoned for Shoal River Mid-
dle School.
But without a single stu-
dent yet assigned to either
Davidson or Shoal River,
and registration not even
scheduled for several more
weeks, parents are anxious
to assure their students
stay with their friends when
Richbourg closes and Shoal
River opens.
"We're already getting
phone calls about the zoning
waivers," Jones said.
The Okaloosa District


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
HEALTHY WOMAN
PROGRAM: Attend Thurs-
day's Healthy Woman pro-
gram featuring a free semi-
nar, "SEEING Well Into the
New Year," presented by Dr.
Amy Riggs. The program
will include education on
health care for your eyes,
including a discussion on
common eye diseases affect-
ing millions of people every
year. The seminar is set for 6
p.m. Thursday at Woodlawn
Baptist Church, 824 N. Fer-


'School Board has not yet
approved the proposed
zones for the new schools,
Jones explained, though
he feels confident the pro-
posed zones will be accept-
ed following the final public
hearing at the school board
meeting in Crestview at 4
p.m. on Jan. 26,
"We've had no real com-
plaints from parents" follow-
ing the first hearing for the
zoning proposal, Jones said.
If approved, Crestview
middle schoolers will fall
into either of two zones:
Students who live south
of U.S. Highway 90 will go to
Shoal River Middle School;
Students who live north
of U.S. Highway 90 will go to
Davidson Middle School.
A few students liv-
ing east of the Shoal River
Bridge will also go to David-
son.
Both schools will register
students for classes in Feb-
ruary, Jones said.
"We're asking that all stu-
dents register for the school
that they're zoned to go to
first," Jones said.
Beginning April 1, par-
ents will have the opportu-
nity to seek waivers for their
child to attend the other
school, he said.
Parents can pick up zon-
ing waiver applications be-


don Blvd. A light dinner will
be served. Door prizes will
be awarded. Reservations
are required. For details,
contact Healthy Woman Co-
ordinator Jane Lindenberg
at 689-8446. Healthy Woman
is a North Okaloosa Medical
Center program.
WOMEN'S CONFER-
ENCE: The women of First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview would like to
invite all women to the 2nd
Annual Women's Confer-
ence, Diva to Divine in 2009.
Danielle Fryrman will be
our guest speaker A local fa-
vorite, Leah Taylor, will pro-


fore April 1, but waiver appli-
cations will not be approved
or denied before April 1.
Jones also warned "due
to class size and limited
space in most schools, we
may not be able to take ev-
ery student that is request-
ing a zoning waiver."
But, he emphasized, the
important first step is to
make sure all students are
registered at the school for
which they are zoned.
"Don't even come. in
and talk to us about a zon-
ing waiver until April 1,"
Jones said. "We have to find
out what our numbers are
based on registration before
we can talk about zoning
waivers."
Zoning waivers applica-
tions will be accepted be-
tween April 1 and June 30.
"One of the things Beth
Walthall and I will be doing
is working closely together
on our numbers, because
once we get our budget, we
can't accept large numbers
of students over what we're
budgeted for," Jones said.
"We will work together
to make sure we are staying
within our student (popula-
tion) numbers," he said. "In
the tight budget crisis we're
under, we have to be very
careful."


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William M. Robson
Army Pvt. William M.
Robson has graduated
from Basic Combat train-
ing at Fort Sill, Lawton,
Okla.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied:the Army mission
and received instruction
and training exercises
in drill and ceremonies,
Army history, core values
and traditions, military
courtesy, military jus-
tice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading
and land navigation, foot
marches, armed and un-
armed combat, and field.
maneuvers and tactics.
He is the son of Wil-
liam Robson of Santa Rosa
Beach, and grandson of
Carol Robson of Crestview.
He is a 2006 graduate of
South Walton High School.

Brian L. Smith
Army 1st Lt. Brian L.
Smith has returned to the
864th Combat Engineer
Battalion, Fort Richard-
son, Anchorage, Alaska,
after being deployed to an
overseas forward operat-
ing base in support of Op-
eration Iraqi Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Free-
dom is the official name
given to military opera-
tions involving members
of the U.S. armed forces
and coalition forces par-
ticipating in efforts to free
and secure Iraq. Mission
objectives focus on force
protection, peacekeeping,
stabilization, security and
counter-insurgency opera-,
tions as the Iraqi transi-
tional governing bodies as-
sume full sovereign pow-
ers to govern the peoples
of Iraq.
Members from all
branches of the U.S. mili-
tary and multinational
forces are also assisting in
rebuilding Iraq's econom-
ic and governmental in-
frastructure, and training


and preparing Iraqi mili-
tary and security forces to
assume full authority and
responsibility in defend-
ing and preserving Iraq's
sovereignty and indepen-
dence as a democracy.
Smith is' a platoon lead-
er with 10 years of military
service.
He is the son of Samuel
R. Smith of Woodville, Tex-
as, and Linda M. Smith of
Crestview.
The lieutenant gradu-
ated in 1991 from Osceola
Senior High School in Lar-
go and received a bache-
lor's degree in 2005 from
the University' of South
Florida.

Carly V. Rapps

Navy Seaman Appren-
tice Carly V Rapps, daugh-
ter of Cathleen G. and John
H. Rapps of Crestview, was
recently promoted to her
current rank upon gradu-
ation from recruit training
at Recruit Training Com-
mand, Great Lakes, Ill.
Rapps received the ear-
ly promotion for outstand-
ing performance during
all.phases of the training
cycle. Training included
classroom study and prac-
tical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, fire-
fighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard
and aircraft safety. An em-
phasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions". This exercise gives
recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacri-
fice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance in each
recruit through the prac-
tical application of basic
Navy skills and 'the core
values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its dis-
tinctly "Navy" flavor was
designed to take into ac-


count what it means to be
a Sailor.
Rapps is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Owensville High
School of Owensville, Mo.

Gabrielle L. Luna
Gabrielle L. Luna has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The pro-
gram gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option
to learn a new skill, travel
and become eligible to re-
ceive as much as $50,000
toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of
basic military training,
soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their
career job specialty prior
to being assigned to their
first permanent duty sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies
for a $40,000 enlistment
bonus.
Luna will report to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.,
for basic training in Janu-
ary.
She is the daugh-
ter of James and Mary
Davis of Crestview.

Tommy L. Tannehill
Navy Seaman Tommy
L. Tannehill, son of Laura
L. and James A. Wellborn
of Crestview, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training and was merito-
riously promoted to his
current rank at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Tannehill com-
pleted a variety of training
that included classroom
study and practical in-
struction on naval cus-
toms, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival,
and shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was
also placed on physical fit-
ness.


The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions". This exercise gives
recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical ap-
plication of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
Navy flavor was designed
to take into account what
it means to be a Sailor in
today's U.S. Navy.
,Tannehill is a 2008 grad-
uate of Crestview High
School.

Damaris O. Rivera
Army Pvt. Damaris D.
Rivera has graduated from
basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
studied the Army mission,
-history, tradition and core
values, physical fitness,
and received instruction
and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weap-
ons, chemical warfare and
bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
She is the daughter of
Maria Rivera of San Diego,
Calif., and Domingo Rivera
of Crestview.
Rivera is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Niceville Senior
High School.

Frederick R.
Schwartz
Navy Seaman Recruit
Frederick R. Schwartz, son
of Virginia 0. and Freder-
ick M. Schwartz of Crest-


view; recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training
at Recruit Training Com-
mand, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Schwartz com-
pleted a variety of training
that included classroom
study and practical in-
struction on naval cus-
toms, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival,
and shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was
also placed on physical fit-
ness.
The capstone event, of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions". This exercise gives
recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical ap-
plication 'of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
Navy flavor was designed
to take into account what
it means to be a Sailor in
today's U.S. Navy.
Schwartz is a 2008 grad-


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uate of Crestview High
School.

Andrea Gale
Andrea Gale has joined
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under the Delayed Entry
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gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option
to learn a new skill, travel
and become eligible to re-
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toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of
basic military training,
soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their
career job specialty prior
to being assigned to their
first permanent duty sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies for
a $9,000 enlistment bonus.
Gale, who currently at-
tends Baker School, will
report to Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C., for basic
training in June 2009.
She is the daughter of
Milza Merced of Crestview,
and Steven Gale of Baker.


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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: North Okaloosa Fire District will ask resi-
dents to approve a flat rate increase after voters
twice rejected a millage funding option
This one I can live with. Seems like a reasonable
proposal and it isn't millage. The fire in Milton shows the
need for trained professional firefighters.

This is more on top of what we are already taxed,
making it one of the most expensive fire protection costs.
in the county. Nice try again, chief, for a tax we have al-
ready turned down twice. We will defeat it again, and you
will have to live within your means, not demand more
taxes. Fee or tax, it is the same thing. I guess in this
county if you get turned down, you just keep on trying
until you get an election that no one votes in to sneak it
through.

Move into the city of Crestview and see how much
more expensive it is than NOFD. And by the way, the
NOFD would still not be the highest if this passes.

Topic: The News Bulletin's Brian Hughes reports
on the importance of seat belt usage in the wake of
recent tragedies on local roads.
Perhaps when the adults in our county stop driving
like their NASCAR heroes, the young folks will follow
the example. Come on law enforcement, start cracking
down on speeding and reckless operation in a big way.
Put the hammer down. $1,000 fines for driving 10 mph in
excess of the speed limits. Enough is enough! The only
worse place I've seen is in southwest Turkey!

Topic: The News Bulletin's Brian Hughes talks
trash to people who dumped a dishwasher in a
stream near his home.
It's disgusting seeing everything trashed everywhere
you go, even in the most remote areas. Some people re-
ally go to some effort to destroy stuff. Too bad they can't
channel that into something good

I was glad to see you included fast food containers,
cigarette butts and beer cans on the list. Our neighbor-
hood is regularly trashed with this sort of litter. Obvious-
ly, people who don't care what they put in their bodies
also don't care what they put in our environment.

Not everyone who parks cars or trucks in the front
yard is trailer trash. People who call other people mean
names sit in the same boat; if not, they are swimming
with them.

Topic: News Bulletin reader takes issue with the
word choice in "Couple charged with 'keeping' drug
house in hotel room" headline at the www.crestview-
bulletin.com Web site.
"Keeping" a drug house in a hotel room? Who makes
this stuff up? I went to Wikipedia for types of houses,
and there are a great many there, but no "drug house."
Perhaps it was a Pole House, or a Sears House; even a
shotgun house. On the other hand, how did they get it
in their hotel room anyway? Did they sneak it in under
their coat like an illicit dog? Really, who makes this stuff
up?

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.



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"The work you do is the rent you pay for
the room you occupy on Earth."

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682-6524
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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
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PASSING SHOTS


Take 21 days to make seat belt use a habit


Twenty-one days.
It takes 21 days to establish a
new habit, according to multiple
studies and self-help gurus.
Let's make a community-wide
effort for the next 21 days to es-
tablish seat belt usage asregular
habit for all.
The area learned an
all-too-tough lesson in the
importance of seat belt use
in the past few months.
Most of the community
was affected in some way
by the recent deaths of
Crestview High School KYLE
senior Mitch Kertis and (850)
Baker School senior Tyler
Jones. Both lost their lives
in auto accidents. Neither was
wearing a seat belt.
Let's take 21 days to pound
home the "wear your seat belt"
message, particularly for young
people.
The News Bulletin will do its
part by printing a seat belt aware-
ness icon (above) on the front
page of our print editions over the
next 21 days. We also published a
seat belt safety awareness article
with comments from local law
enforcement officials in our Jan.
10 edition.


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We encourage schools to
conclude morning and afternoon
announcements with "Wear your
seat belt" reminders for students
for the next 21 days.
We encourage teachers to
send students home with a "wear
your seat belt" reminder
for the next three weeks.
We encourage student
drivers who didn't wear
their seat belts in the past
to help themselves by
posting a "buckle up" note
on their steering wheels
IRIGHT for the next 21 days.
82-6524 We encourage student
drivers who already wear
their seat belts to provide
a daily reminder for any friends
who don't.
STwenty-one days. Not a long
investment at all when the new
habit could save your life or the
life of someone you love.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor Contact him
at 682-6524 or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visit the
"Passing Shots" blog at www.
crestviewbulletin.com to find out
Kyle's somewhat contradictory
take on seat belt laws.


save a life
WEAR YOUR SEATBELT

There's no excuse
At first glance, a family in the
community where I grew up seemed
to have a valid reason to argue
against regular seat belt use.
A student at my high school',
.died in an auto: accident when:he
was, for lack of a better word, es-
sehtially strangled by his seat belt.
The boy's father, who happened
to be a police officer in the area's
Biggest city, had a quilck'response
When heheardofstudents not wear-
ing their seat belts in response to his
son's death.
He mounted a public campaign to
ask students to remember his son by
buckllingupregularlyS
The police officer told area teenslhis
sons cause of death was a fluke and
That exponentially more lives are saved
Than lost as aresult of seatbelt use.
If this person can say there isino
good excuse for neglecting to use
your seat-belt, then none of us can
say wehave agoodexcuse.


CHS STUDENTS CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF GIVING
A TRUE CHRISTMAS
FSTORY: Crestview High
School students Emily
Day, Jessica Gartman,
Haley Simmons and
'D -Stacy Thomas, pictured
with CHS Principal Ed
KII Coleman, received
"Good North Okaloosa
Deed" certificates from
the Crestview News
Bulletin. The girls were
recognized by Coleman
and CHS teacher Penny
Pinkerton for helping
a classmate enjoy a
Merry Christmas. "A
true Christmas story,"
Coleman said. If you
know of someone in
north Okaloosa County
who performed a Good
Deed, tell us about them
by calling 682-6524
or e-mailing kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.
KYLE WRIGHT I
Crestview News Bulletin



Letters to the EDITOR


No transparency
or accountability in
Sansom situation
The former Florida
House Speaker Marco'
Rubio recently stated per-
ception is an issue politi-
cians should worry about,
specifically stating, "In
politics, the standard has
to be higher than some-
thing being legal."
Transparency, account-
ability and, most impor-
tantly, real leadership in
the allegations against
House Speaker Ray San-


som starts with Gov. Char-
lie Crist. In the matter of
public interest, why hasn't
the governor directed a
formal investigation into
the reported claims of
wrongdoings against the
Florida house speaker,
NWFSC president and
the governor's appointed
board of trustees?
Recent editorials in lo-
cal newspapers and other
news media have present-
ed compelling arguments,
but only Gov. Crist can
maintain or restore public
trust by directing a formal
investigation into these


recurring allegations.
So the begging ques-
tion is...what is Gov. Crist
waiting for, or what is his
involvement?

Michael J. Barnes
Fort Walton Beach


Hollinheads
offer thanks
We would like to take
this opportunity to thank
our community for your
support of Michael Hol-
linhead with the barbecue
benefit and the bake sale.


As many of you may
know, he was injured in
a freak accident several
weeks ago. With your
support and prayers, we
are on a long journey to
recovery. We are finally
home, and Mike is known
as the "miracle man" at
Sacred Heart. Through
God's blessings, he is do-
ing far better than antici-
pated.
Thank you and God
bless,

Candice, Trent,
Kay, Scott and
Mark Hollinhead


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The 29th Vein Drain, a
region-wide blood drive,
kicked off with an early-
bird blood donation event
Thursday at the North
Okaloosa Medical Center.
This special blood drive
encouraged local residents
to make a commitment
to start the New Year by
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CHAIRPERSON OF DONATIONS: Dr. Pam
Meadows stepped forward as a donor this past
Thursday during the Northwest Florida Blood
Services' 29th annual "Vein Drain" at the North
Okaloosa Medical Center in Crestview. The annual
drive is an effort to boost blood supplies after the
holiday season. Meadows serves as the Chairperson
for the North Okaloosa Medical Center Board of
Directors. Amanda Anson of Northwest Florida Blood
Services draws blood from Dr. Meadows.


ABWA members dance the

night away at holiday party
Special to the News Bulletin Door prizes were pro- entering the workforce


The ABWA-Crestview
(American Business Wom-
en's Assoication) group held
its Christmas party Dec. 16
at Fred Astaire Dance Stu-
dio.
ABWA members enjoyed
a group lesson provided by
David at Fred Astaire. David
and co-owner Erica Moreno
thenprovided entertainment
by dancing for the group. Er-
ica joined the ABWA group
that night.


vided by members. A 50-50
drawing was held. Martha
Lundy of M&F Bank was
the Member Spotlight. .Da-
vid from Fred Astaire was
the guest speaker. He told
the group-about the wonder-
ful things going on at Fred
Astaire and about the new
Cha Cha group beginning
this month for women only!
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ROCKIN' AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE: ABWA members danced the night away at
their Christmas party last month.


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NORTH OKALOOSA
FRIENDS MEET-
ING: The Friends of the
Crestview Library will
meet at the library on Com-
merce Drive on Thursday
at 10:30 a.m. The guest
speaker will be Anne Haw
Holt, a Tallahassee writer
who specializes in "clean
read Westerns." The pub-
lic is invited.
SELF-DEFENSE
TRAINING: Thursday at
Knights of Columbus in
Crestview. The Self-De-
fense Awareness & Fa-
miliarization program is a
two-hour training program
that gives teen and adult
women strategies to re-
duce their exposure to vio-
lence and introduce them
to the physical aspects of
self-defense. Attendance
at the event is $15, and in-
cludes dinner. Sign up and
prepayment are required.
Networking starts at
5:15 p.m.
To register, call Lisa
Brennan at 428-2787, Lau-
rin Wheelock at 269-2592,
ext. 268 or cell, 850-546-
1204; Tanya Forsha at 683-
5262, Angel Mullins at (850)
603-0077, Annie Boden-
bender at (850) 546-1371,
or Dawn Mann at 259-5580
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Knights of Columbus will
host a Charity Fundraising
Dinner on Saturday, Jan.
17, from 4:30 to 7:30 at the
Knight's Hall onU.S. High-
way 90.
Dinner offerings are
spaghetti and meatballs or
shrimp boil. Take-outs are
also available.
The price: adults $7,
pre-teens $5, and pre-
schoolers are free.
NWFSC REGISTRA-
TION: For Northwest
Florida State College
Spring term is now in prog-
ress by Web and in-person
at all six NWF State Col-
lege locations. Late regis-
tration continues through
today for Spring sessions 1
and 2 and through March
9 for fast-track session
3 classes. A complete
course listing is available
on the college Web site at
www.nwfstatecollege.edu.
Details: 689-7911.
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Thursday in Crestview
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SNews BRIEFS
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Cleanup begins after
Milton fire
MILTON Built a few
years after a series of fires
leveled downtown a century
ago this week, it appears
that the historic Imogene
Theatre will be the only
building salvageable after
another major blaze Jan. 6.
The building is standing
and can be restored.
Fifteen fire departments
battled the blaze among
threats of severe weather
and high winds. It took
firefighters more than five
hours to begin to back down
flames that threatened
downtown.
The fire began at about 7
p.m..in a white building be-
hind the Imogene Theater,


witnesses said.
Before the flames sub-
sided, one firefighter from
the Skyline Fire Depart-
ment was taken to Santa
Rosa Medical Center, suf-
fering from heat exhaus-
tion. Another firefighter
was treated at the scene.
A woman living downtown
also was taken to the hos-
pital after the smoke aggra-
vated a pre-existing medi-
cal condition.
By Wednesday morn-
ing, the Milton firefighters
worked alone to control
flare-ups and assist inves-
tigators with the state Fire
Marshal's Office to deter-
mine the cause of the blaze.
Four buildings, includ-
ing the Bray Building, are
reported to be total losses.


Buildings housing the Mud
Pit coffee house, the Fra-
ternal Order of Police, the
Republican Party office
and Main Street Milton also
were destroyed.
Damage was estimated
at $2 million, according to
Santa Rosa County offi-
cials.
Robbyn Brooks / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

County airport hopes
to attract
Canadian airline
The Northwest Flori-
da Regional Airport has
launched a new Web site
to garner support from
the community and attract
a Canadian airline called


WestJet. The Web site is
www.wewantwestjet.com.
"The marketing cam-
paign will hopefully create a
buzz, empower us with sup-
portive information on cus-
tomer demand, andrallyour
community on developing
tourism beyond the already
established markets," says
Okaloosa County Airports
Director Greg Donovan.
NWF Regional Airport
has confirmed with the of-
fice of the assistant secre-
tary fpr Air Force Instal-
lations that a foreign flag-
carrier would be allowed
to operate from VPS under
its joint-use agreement if
the FAA concurs. Addition-
ally, airport staff is working
toward a reverse screen-
ing procedure which would


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SFIRS.ATIONAL BANK
,,, OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC
Your Hometown Bank Since 1956!

M ark Waggy, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
S National Bank of Crestview, began his banking career lere, as a teller,
26 years ago. A graduate of Crestview High School, Mark has completed
numerous banking courses and graduated from the University of Florida
Banking School in 2005. Mark is married and the father of two sons. He is an
avid Elvis fan and can be seen driving around town in his restored 1949 fire-
engine red Ford truck. When asked to comment about working at the bank,
he replied, "I enjoy working here and I like the one on one contact with the
customers. I try to treat each one of them the way I would like to be treated.
The people here are like family and we still have that friendly hometown
attitude that everyone appreciates."

Vicmmera oeside an O'
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Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


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


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


allow passengers to be
processed in Toronto thus
eliminating the need for a
local customs facility
Crestview News Bul-
letin

Miller to head
terrorism
subcommittee
U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller
has been named ranking
member of the Terror-
ism and Unconventional
Threats and Capabilities
Subcommittee, Congress
announced Friday.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Drake appointed
to special session
committee
Representative Brad
Drake, (R-Eucheeanna)
was appointed by Speaker
Ray Sansom (R-Destin)
to serve as a Conferee for
the Transportation & Eco-
nomic Development Appro-
priations Committeefor the
2009 Special Session A.
Crestview News
Bulletin

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County could tweak
budget process
Okaloosa County offi-
cials aie considering chang-
ing how they develop their
annual budget to make it
easier for taxpayers to see
how their money is spent.
Although there have
been attempts to change
its budgeting process in the
past, Okaloosa typically has
used a line-item budget that
many government agencies
use. The line-item budget
is designed to focus on con-
trolling department spend-
ing by requiring that only
additions or deletions to the
existing budget are justi-
fied. County Administrator
Jim Curry explained the
benefits and drawbacks of a
performance-based budget
to county commissioners.
"Performance-based
budgeting develops a work
plan that justifies the bud-
get, (offers) a basis for com-
paring cost and quality of
services and provides for
regular checks on whether
the programs are achieving
their intended goals," Curry
said. "It attempts to answer
the questions 'What are we
trying to do?' and 'What is
the associated cost?' It puts
the focus on programs and
services rather than depart-
ments." Curry said a down-
side is that such a budget
can be difficult to maintain
in changing political cli-
mates and that it can take
years to implement fully.
Commissioners will
spend the next two weeks
going over the proposal with
Curry one-on-one. They are
expected to decide whether
or not to develop a perfor-
mance-based budget at
their Jan. 20 meeting.
Dusty Ricketts / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers


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SCHEUDLE
Thursday
High school boys
basketball
Crestview at Pace,
JV 6 p.n./V 7:30 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
Rocky Bayou at Laurel
Hill, JV 6 p.m./V
7:30 p.m.
Pace at Crestview,
JV 6 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.
Paxton at Baker, JV
6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.

High school boys
soccer
Tate at Crestview, JV
5:30 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.

High school girls
soccer
Crestview at Tate, JV
5:30 p.m./V 6:30 p.m.

High school
wrestling
Crestview at
Wewahitchka Quad
Meet, 5 p.m.

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

Friday
High school boys
basketball
Paxton at Laurel Hill,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
Baker at Vernon, V
7:15 p.m.
Crestview at Walton,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
High school girls
basketball
Baker at Vernon, V
6 p.m.

High school
wrestling
Crestview host
Florida Panhandle
Championships,
3:30 p.m.

GOLF
FOXWOOD
COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Jan. 8
1. Bill Chandler, Neil
Thompson, Werth Pittman
-7
2. Howard Mitchell,
Ron Magruder, Aaron
Daniel, Neil Locke -4
3. Mike Babine, Mike
Costabile, Don Mazerat,
Dave Hinnant -3
4. Dave Smith., David
Gansel, Ed Ross, Gene
Parish -2

Sunday Lowball
Jan. 11
1. Jerry MAughon,
Seve Whiddon,.Dona
Bouchard, Mike
Bouchard -9
2. Marshall King,
Denise Melvin, Brandon
Martin, Greg Martin -9
3. Don Kearney,
Richard Lawson, Terry
Tillman, Jesse Dennis, Don
Widmaier -8
4. Aaron Qdom, Jerry
Devoy, Tom Prier, Jim
Fischer -8

BRIEFS
City of Crestview
baseball/softball
The city of Crestview
Parks and Recreation
baseball and softball
registration will be held
throughout January at
Twin Hills Park, 100 N.
Hathaway St. Leagues are
for youths ages 5 to 1 5
as of May 1. Registration
is 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on weekdays and
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 24.
Registration fee of $60
($65 outside city limits)

See NOTES B2


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
NEW DIGS: Area softball fans might remember new Crestview High School softball coach Amy Peters from her
Niceville playing days. Here she is in her new CHS uniform at her new home field.



Former Eagle lands in Crestview


Niceville grad Amy

Peters takes over Dawgs'

softball program

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Amy Peters was a senior at Nicev-
ille on May 20, 2004, when she was
last seen representing an Okaloosa
County school on the softball dia-
mond.
The Eagles lost to Palm Harbor
University 2-0 in the Class 5A state
semifinals that night.
Peters, who went on to play soft-
ball at Stetson University in DeLand,
is back in Okaloosa County. She'll
be competing in District 1-5A once
again, but now she's the first-year
coach at Crestview.
"I'm just excited to come back to,
the area," Peters said. "I grew up
here. I played ball at Niceville High
School, so I'm just excited for the
season to start and excited to start
coaching.
"I'm looking forward to building
the program and putting them at the
level to be successful."
Crestview principal Ed Coleman,
who was Peters' basketball coach at
Niceville, said he has no doubt she
has what it takes to be successful.
"It's rewarding to have your ex-
athletes and students come and work


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TOP-INOTCH EXPERIENCE: New
Crestview High School softball
coach Amy Peters takes a swing
during her college playing career
at Stetson. Peters was a team
captain.
for you on your staff," he said. "Amy
has been through successful pro-
grams in high school and college. As
an administrator, you want to be able
to bring local people back into the
system.


"She was driven when she played
for me. She's a leader, and that's one
of her strengths, that she is a lead-
er."
The progression from player to
coach seemed natural for Peters.
"I have always loved softball,"
she said. "I always played in the high
school and college level.
"Although I've never been a head
coach before, I have been on suc-
cessful teams. Through my experi-
ences in softball, I've been able to
learn from my coaches and take bits
and pieces from everywhere. (I'll) try
to build-this program similar to suc-
cessful programs I've been a part
of."
Peters credited Coleman for be-
ing one ol the coaches who affected
her as a student-athlete.
"Through all of my life I've had a
lot of good coaches, and I think that's
prepared me for this job," she said.
"(Coleman) prepared me first to be
a student-athlete. He really harped
on academics and sports at the same
time.
"That's what I want to do with this
program making sure the players
are student-athletes making school
their first priority. The same was
true for coach Danny Hensley (at
Niceville) and Frank Griffin down at
Stetson. They really emphasized the
importance of academics."
Peters has practiced what she
preaches to her players. Last year,
See SOFTBALL B3


CHS coach: UWF football 'would be great' for area


The University of West Florida
recently announced the formation
of a committee to help develop the
vision for the future of the UWF ath-
letic program.
One of the things being discussed
is the possibility of adding
football as a varsity sport.
It remains to be seen
whether or not that decision
will be formalized and at
what level UWF would com-
pete. (The school is currently
in the NCAAs Division II).
One thing no one would
argue: Football at UWF RANDY
makes sense, especially at North E
Division II level.
The area already has sev-
eral Division I programs of various
levels. Troy University and Florida
State are both two hours or less from
north Okaloosa County. The Univer-
sity of South Alabama soon will be
adding football at the NCAA Division
I Playoff Championship Series (the
old I-AA).
Most high school players don't
end up at an FSU, Troy or even
South Alabama. Most of the kids end
up at a Valdosta State (Ga.) or Bir-
,mingham Southern.
A Division II football program an


D
En


hour from Crestview would be a win-
win situation for players, fans and
West Florida alike.
More local kids could stay close
to home and still play football. Fans
would have a chance to see a quality
brand of football without hav-
ing to get a second mortgage.
UWF would get the exposure
that only football brings to a
university.
If you just took the players
from the recent Pensacola
Sports Association All-Star
game that won't play Divi-
ICKSON sion I ball, you would have a
id Zone mighty good team.
A kid like Baker's Cam-
eron Domangue might be
undersized for FSU, but not for UWF.
An offensive lineman such as Crest-
view's Josh Hamilton who is a few
inches short of measuring up with
the big boys can line up and play at
the D II-level.
Crestview head football coach
and athletic director Matt Brunson
said he believes football at UWF
would work.
"I think with in-state kids now
with Gold Seal and Florida Scholars
they can get some great talent in
there just using a little scholarship


money," he said. "There's a lot of
talent in this part of the state that
either goes elsewhere or ends up not
playing.
"I think they would put a great
team together. It would also give us
some place to go watch some Satur-
day afternoon football and not have
to travel too far."
Brunson said he is fairly certain
the team would be successful at the
Division II level.
"They could get Division II talent
unlike any other place, because they'd
be recruiting in the Pensacola area,"
he said. "It would be great to have a
Division II program in the area."
IF UWF does one day field a foot-
ball team, it will be too late for this
year's seniors to enjoy. But maybe
by the time the Classes of 2011 or
2012 end their Bulldog and Gator ca-
reers, the University of West Florida
will be an option as a college football
destination.
The talent is out there, and if
UWF fields it, the football players
will come.

Would you welcome afootball
program at the University of West
Florida? Post your thoughts at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


BOYS
BASKETBALL
Baker 56, Pleasant
Home (Ala.) 43
The Baker boys
basketball team got 19
points from Chad Donley
and'had little trouble Jan. 3
during a 5643 victory over
host Pleasant Home (Ala.) in
the Alabama Florida. Shoot-
Out Tournament.
Baker, which took control
by leading 11-2 after the
first quarter, also got 10
points and 10 rebounds
from arrod Batson and nine
points and seven rebounds
from Stephen Shelley.

Fort Walton Beach
56, Crestview 51
Despite spending the
entire first half hitting shots
from every point on the floor
and dominating a struggling
Crestview team that had
entered the night with
just one win, Fort Walton
Beach, which led by as
many as 21 points in the
second quarter, had to hang
on for a win Jan. 6.
Leading 39-20 at
hdftime, Fort Walton Beach
appeared poised to turn the
contest into a laugher as the
teams came. back out for
the second half. Instead, a
little-used freshman helped
spark the Bulldogs to an
1 1-1 run to open the third
and change the entire
complexion of the game.
Justin Cline, a guard on
the junior varsity for much of
the season, received his first
lengthy playing time with
the varsity and proved to be
a difference-maker. Cline
finished with just four points,
but his ability to distribute
the basketball as well as
keep possessions alive by
corralling loose balls proved
invaluable.
"He's been on the ninth-
grade team, and I saw him
throwing passes around
and hitting kids in the head
because they didn't see
it," Crestview coach Brian
Humphrey said. "I asked
him if he could throw it like
that for me. He said he'd
try."
With Cline manning
the point, Crestview nearly-
completed a shocking
comeback.
FWB20 195 7 56
CHS 128 1714- 51
SCrestview Justin
Cline 4, Jaquarius Raison-
Craig 2, Chris Pickett 10,
Shykeem Jackson 5, Antryun
Coleman 2, Colby Wilson
2, Darius Applewhite 14,
Carter Hamlin 10. Totals:
21 1 6-20 51.

Baker 78,
Freeport 62
Stephen Shelley had
a double-double with 22
points and 11 rebounds to
lead Baker to a District 1-2A
win over Freeport on Jan. 6.
Shelley added seven
assists for good measure
while Josh Yost led the
Gators with 10 assists.
Gator coach Mike
Martello couldn't be happier
to see his team leading
the district heading into the
stretch run.
"It feels great," he said.
"The last couple of years
we've come out with a
fairly young group and
kind of struggled through
the season, or struggled to
get to the top of the district
standings.
"This year we are right
where we want to be, and
it feels really good."
F 9 11 14 28 -62
B 20 20 23 15 -78
Baker Colton Henry
2, Josh Rose 8, Josh Yost 3,
Colten Jernigan 6, Chad
Donley 4, Cameron Davis
16, Stephen Shelley 22,
ChrisJones 3, Jarrod Batson

See BRIEFS B3


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
ABOVE: Chad Donley drives toward the basket for the
Baker Gators during their victory over Crestview.

AT RIGHT: Darius Applewhite takes a jump shot for the
Bulldogs

FAR RIGHT: Chris Pickett goes to the basket for the
Bulldogs.




Gators win one for the little guys
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Class 2A Baker edges

Class 5A Crestview

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It seems the good things in life
never come easy and always take
time.
Just ask the Baker boys bas-
ketball team.
The Class 2A Gators had
played Class 5A Crestview, year
after year, game after game,
without success, since 2004.
Baker is enjoying one of its
most successful seasons in years
and the Bulldogs are struggling,
but there were no guarantees the
Gators finally would pull off a Da-
vid-over-Goliath triumph Friday
when they traveled to Crestview.
For the longest time, it looked
as the Bulldogs (2-12) would add
to their dominance of their small-
school rival.
That is, until Baker's smallest
David, Josh Yost, scored the win-
ning basket with five seconds left
to give the Gators (14-2) the 56-55
win.
"It's a rivalry, and they are


going to come out here and play
hard," Yost said. "It was good to
come out there and hit that buzz-
er-beater. We needed it.
"I knew we had it in us if we
came out and played hard. It real-
ly boosts our confidence. Now we
just have to go backin the district
and play real hard."
Gators senior Stephen Shelley
was in the seventh grade the last
time Baker beat Crestview. For
him, the win was worth the long
wait.
"It feels real good, real good,'!
he said. "The team is excited, the
fans are excited. It was a big win
for us.
"Crestview played a good
game, and we played a good
game. We just came out and won.
These close games always get us
fired up because in the playoffs
it's going to be this kind of tempo
and this kind of atmosphere."
The Gators already had pro-
duced signature wins against
Class 5A Mosley and then-un-
beaten small-school power Pax-
ton, but the win over Crestview
was especially sweet.
"It feels great," Baker coach
Mike Martello said. "Torbe a part
of a great game like this where
both teams played so hard, it re-


GATOR ON THE MOVE: Baker's Chad Donley takes the ball down
the court during basketball action against Crestview.


ally was a great game.
"It was almost like the movie
'Hoosiers' watching the little
school come out and play hard
and come away with the win. It
really does feel good. It really was
a great win for us."
In some ways, the game tran-


scends a rivalry.
"A lot of us are on a first-name
basis with each other and go to
a lot of. family holiday meals and
all," Martello said. "We are just
real fortunate to come out with a
win tonight.
"Both teams played really


hard throughout the game. We
were just fortunate to come out
in the last second with a lead."
Martello admitted his first win
over the Bulldogs in some ways
felt as if a monkey was lifted off
his back.
"When most people read the
newspaper they look at records
- they look at Crestview and
they've only won a couple of
games, and they look at Baker
and we've won a lot of games, but
what they don't understand is it's
a 2A team playing a 5A team," he
said. "They are in two completely
different leagues."
See an online photo gallery
from the game at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.
Baker 15 14 15 12 -56
Crestview 11 20 168 -55
Baker Josh Rose 2, Josh
Yost 4, Chad Donley 15, Cameron
Davis 12, Stephen Shelley 9, Jarrod
Batson 14. Totals 11 8 10-19 56.
Crestview Antryun
Coleman 3, Jaquarius Raison-Craig
6, Chris Pickett 17, Cortez Whatley
1, Shykeem Jackson 9, Jordan
Glover 10, Darius Applewhite 2,
Martez House 2, Carter Hamlin 5.
Totals 21 3 4-15 55.


BRIEFS from paqe B1 _


GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Rocky Bayou 51,
Baker 37
Alyssa Horn led Baker
with 14 pointsJan. 5. Dani
Mayhair had 12 points and
12 rebounds, and Courtney
Fountain had eight assists.
Baker 52,
Laurel Hill 30
Baker used a 28-point
night from Alyssa Horn to
beat Laurel Hill Thursday on
the road.
Ba 12 16 14 10 52
LH.6 9 11 4 30
Baker Carly Barton


1, Haley Wagner 3,
Courtney Fountain 8, Shanna
Cobb 2, Alyssa Horn 28,
Caitlin Holley 3, Hannah
McGraw 4, Dani Mayhair 2.
Totals: 22 0 8-21 52.
Laurel Hill-- Jinny
Brown 11, Laqueatta
Williams 12, Tuyen Morris 4,
Nyiece Underwood 3. Totals:
9 3 3-6 30.

Milton 36,
Crestview 28
The Panthers beat the
Dawgs on Thursday.

BOYS SOCCER
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GIRLS SOCCER
Rocky Bayou 3,
Crestview 2
Heather Douglas and
Lindsey Lanning scored the
two goals for Crestview on
Jan. 6.
Crestview trailed 2-0
at half but rallied to tie the
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An "unfortunate mistake"


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the winning goal in the
closing moments, according
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Bonilla.
Pace 3, Crestview 0
Pace defeated Crestview
3-0 in "a hard fought" match
Thursday, accordingto CHS
coach Carlos Bonilla.
"Another heartbreaker,"
Bonilla said. "We came
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GIRLS
WEIGHTLIFTING
Baker 49, Niceville
29, Crestview 16
Baker had four top
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Thursday, with Caitlin
Arzaga (101-pound class),
Brittany Farris (119), Naomi
Langley (169) and Miranda
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SOFTBALL
from page B1

she was given the prestigious Wendell
N, Jarrard Award that Stetson awards to
a player based on academic excellence,
moral values, athletic competition and
leadership.
Just because Peters will stress suc-
cess in the classroom doesn't mean she
will expect any less from the players on
the field.
"We are going to be an aggressive
team that is going to come out and work
hard," she said. "We can be a successful
team if everybody is willing to give 110.
percent every day, and that's including
practice and games.
"I'm just looking for a team that is
willing to play hard and give me their
all."
Peters expressed gratitude to the
Crestview faculty'and staff and parents
of the CHS softball players for their sup-
port.
She's especially grateful for the con-
tributions and work the boosters and
parents have done on and around the
softball field and dugouts.
Peters is the third Crestview softball
coach in three years, but she doesn't
plan on going anywhere any time soon.
"I love it here at Crestview," she said.
"It's my dream job to be able to coach
and teach at the same time.
"I plan to build the program and build
student-athletes that are committed to
both school and athletics."
Coleman believes his former basket-
ball player will do just that.
"She's going to bring some youth to
the job," he said. "She has the ability,
being young and coming from those suc-
cessful programs, to be able to relate to
the girls in a professional way."
Welcome Amy Peters to Crestview by
posting a note at www.crestviewbulle-
tin.com.


NOTES from page B1


covers cost of hal, shirt and pants the
players will keep. New registrants are
welcome and should bring a copy of
the child's birth certificate and proof
of insurance. All games are played at
Durell Lee Park at 1850 E. First Ave. in
Crestview.
The department is gauging the
'interest level for a girls softball league
for ages 13-15. Parents with girls ages
13-15 who would be interested in a
Crestview Parks and Recreation softball
league should contact the park.
Cheer and Dance Showcase
Crestview High School and
Davidson Middle School will host the
second Cheer and Dance Showcase
from 6-9 p.m. Jan. 19 at Davidson
Middle School.
Squads from Crestview High
School, Davidson Middle School,
Baker, Cheer Zone, Tippy Toes and
Triple Threat will showcase local talent.
Admission is $3 Concessions will be
available.
Cal Ripken Baseball/Babe
Ruth Softball
Player registration for Cal Ripken
Baseball and Babe Ruth Softball is now
open for North Okaloosa Athletics.
Players ages 4 through 18 can register
online anytime at www.eteamz.com/
noya or in person at Sports 2000,
314 S. Ferdon Blvd. (next to Good
Things Donuts) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturdays.Proof of age is required.
Laurel Hill spring sports
registration
The City of Laurel Hill's T-ball,
baseball and softball season starts in
March. Registration is $25. Sign up
now at City Hall or call 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 13 after May 1, 2009.
For more information, contact Melvin
at 902-6237 or Greg at 496-9235,
Breast Cancer Awareness golf
tourney
Foxwood Country Club will host the
Breast Cancer Awareness Benefit Golf.
Tournament on Feb. 28.
Sign in for the tournament will be at
8:30 a.m. with play starting at 9 a.m.
The format is a four-person scramble
with at least one female on each team.
Cost of the tournament is $25 plus
cart fee for Foxwood members. Non
Foxwood members pay $25 plus greens
fees and cart rental.
Entry deadline is Feb. 24.
For more information, contact Jack
Patten at 682-5645 or Beverly Coyne at
.683-9640.


Davidson Dash 5K Run for a
Cure
Join the Davidson Middle School Relay
for Life Team for the Davidson Dash at 8:30
a.m. Feb. 21 at Bob Sikes Elementary
School.
Registration fees for the event will go
to the American Cancer Society in its
continuing efforts to find a cure for cancer.
Pre-registration entry fee is $15 if
postmarked by Feb..l. Late fee is $20.
Kids' fun run fee is $10.
T-shirts are guaranteed to the first 200
entrants in the 5K and the first 50 kids in the
fun run.
Make checks payable to Davidson
Middle School, and mail registration to
Davidson Middle School, 6261 Old Bethel
Road, Crestview, FL, 32536.
For more information and to get a
registration form, visit www.okaloosa.kl 2.
fl.us.davidson, or contact race director
Daniel Richards at 683-7500, ext. 700.
Korean Martial Arts
The Gordon Martial Arts Family Center
will host the third annual Korean Martial Arts
Festival April 17-19.
The festival will include workshops and
seminars on a variety of topics dealing with
Korean stylists.
Pre-registration cost is $85 through
March 31. After that the cost is $99.
For more information call 682-0720 or
visit www.GordonMartialArts.com.


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Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Free trees available for Arbor Day celebration attendees


Special to the News Bulletin
The USDA Natural Resources
Conservation Service, Yellow
River Soil & Water Conservation
District, Okaloosa County
Extension Service (Master


Gardeners) and the Florida
Division of Forestry will host an
Arbor Day celebration at 11 a.m.
Friday at the John H McMahon
Environmental Center (previously
the Hub City Museum), located on
Butler Circle off Mapoles Street in


Crestview. The event will end at
2 p.m. or when supplies run out.
Arbor Day is a nationally
celebrated observance that
encourages tree planting and
tree care. Founded by J. Sterling
Morton in Nebraska in 1872, it is


a day that is celebrated each year
around the country.
Native hardwood trees will be
given out to those who would like
to plant a tree at home. All trees
are free and on a first-come, first-
served basis.


HURRY IN FOR

LIMITED-TIME VALUES


Let's Build Something Together


January 15-19,


2009


YOUR

CHOICE!


OR
Offers cannot be combined.
Valid 1/15/09 1/19/09.
See below for details.


now Valspar Signature
$2748 was Colors Interior
$27 48 ws Eggshell Finish Paint
.gallon 2898 Lifetime warranty
#213457;242340


lndhundredsBITofiEIWLOEPRES Einst reEB.


now .
$5s8
was
$598
8" Basic
Foliage
#210277

Mature plants shown. Actual
plant material at store may vary.


SPECIALVALUE!
now
87 per was per
sq.ft 970 sq.ft.
Glueless
Laminate Floorihg
*Darlington Oak #56323


Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09.
Discount taken at register. See store
for details.


SPECIAL
VALUE!
now
$349 was
3 $397
10 Lb. Wild Bird Seed
#70879


25% off
ALL PREMIUM LAWN

FERTILIZERS

Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09. Discount taken at register.
Selection may vary by store. Includes Sta-Green, Scotts,
and Pennington brands only. See store for details.


now
$267 was
s2 each
2" x 4" x 96" Top Choice
Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud #7001


shop-vag


SPECIAL .
VALUE!
now
$299was
29 $4497
3-HP (Peak), 6-Gallon
Wet/Dry Vac #215727


now
$797
was
s897
3-Pack
3/8"
Roller
Cover
#66541


$34
4'
Fiberglass
Stepladder
*250 lb. load
capacity
#97100


now
$1398 was
100-Count 13-Gallon ForceFlex
Drawstring Trash Bags #87437


SPECIALVALUE!
now
$498 was
$598
.8-Roll Bounty Basic
*Great strength at a great
price #239360


clearance


30-50% off

CLEARANCE RUGS

Look for items with yellow clearance labels. Price reflects
discount. Offer starts 1/15/09. Quantities limited, while
supplies last. See store for details.


75% off
HOME ACCENTS
COORDINATED DECOR COLLECTIONS-
Applies to Home Accents Coordinated D6cor Collections.
Offer starts 1/15/09. While supplies last. Discount taken at
register. Selection may vary by store. See store for details.


Prices may vary after 1/19/09 if there are market variations. "Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on 1/9/09, and may vary based on Lowe's Everyday Low Price policy.*FINANCING PROMOTION DETAILS: Ask for Zero Monthly Payments and Interest for 12 Months
applies to any single-receipt, in-store purchase of $299 or more made 1/15/09 through 1/19/09 on a Lowe's Consumer Credit Card account. No monthly payments will be required and no finance charges will be assessed on this promotional purchase if you pay the following ir
full by/within 12 months: (1) the promotional purchase amount, and (2) any related optional credit insurance/debt cancellation charges. If you do not, finance charges will be assessed on the promotional balance from the date of the purchase and monthly payments will be required,
Standard account terms apply to non-promotional purchases APR is 21.99%. Min. Finance charge is $1,00, Offer must be requested and coupon presented at time of purchase. Offer is subject to credit approval. Excludes Lowe's Business Credit Accounts, Lowe's Project
Cards' Accounts, Lowe'sv VISA Accounts, and all Lowe'sv Canada Credit products, **Askfor 10% Off any single-receipt in-store purchase charged to your Lowe's Consumer Credit Card Account between 1/15/09 through 1/19/09, Coupon must be presented at time of purchase
and.cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon or discount. This coupon is good for a single receipt purchase of any in-stock or Special Order merchandise only up to $5000 (Maximum discount $500), Coupon is not redeemable for cash, is nontransferable and cannot
be replaced if lost or stolen. Void if altered, copied, transferred, or sold through any on-line auction: Limit one coupon per transaction Not valid on sales via Lowes.com, previous sales, purchase of services or gift cards. Offer must be requested at the time of purchase Offer is
subject to credit approval. Excludes Lowe's" Business Credit Accounts, Lowe's Project Cards" Accounts, Lowe'ss VISA" Accounts, and all Lowe's" Canada Credit products, +$139 entire-house carpet installation price for basic installation of carpet and pad. Prices stated for
basic installation require purchase of both carpet and pad from Lowe's for installation in single-family residential homes. Additional charges may apply for services not included in basic installation. Prices do not include cost of materials to be installed. Not valid on prior purchase.
See store for details. We reserve the right to limit quantities. While Lowe's strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur, We reserve the right to correct any error Prices and promotions apply to US locations only. 2009 by Lowe's0, All rights reserved. Lowe's and the
gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. (090191)


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Danny Lipford and
Deborah Owens, 0
a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb.
21 at Northwest
Florida State
College.


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Extension

CONNECTION


Happy

100th,

Florida

4-H!

Jennifer Heady
Okaloosa County UF/IFAS
Extension

Florida 4-H turns 100
years old in 2009.
The 4-H program
began in other parts of the
country in 1902, but the
first clubs (boys corn clubs
and girls tomato clubs)
in Florida began in 1909
in Alachua, Bradford and
'Marion counties.
We don't know when
4-H started in Okaloosa
County, but we do know
4-H Camp Timpoochee
was established in 1926 on
the Choctawhatchee Bay
near Niceville. This was
the first 4-H residential
camp in the state and
is still one of the oldest
in the nation. Many 4-H
boys and girls donated
a chicken to be sold to
support the building of
the camp.
In 1928, a delegation
of youth from Okaloosa
County attended the
Girls Short Course at the
Florida State College for
Women in Tallahassee.
Today, Florida 4-H is
about much more than
corn and tomatoes. It
covers just about every
area of interest, from
animals to workforce
preparation and from
computers to performing
arts.
Agriculture,
horticulture, family
and consumer science
and livestock remain
projects in Florida 4-H,
but new interests such as
environmental science,
robotics, photography and
rocketry are now included.
As we celebrate our
100th birthday this year,
we encourage 4-H alumni
to contact us with stories,
memories and pictures.
We will hold several
centennial activities this
year. The kick-off event,
"Florida 4-H: A Century
of Youth Success," will be
in February at the Florida
State Fair.
Okaloosa County
4-Hers will have the
opportunity to be
involved in two statewide
community service
projects':"4-H Million
Trees Project" and "100
Hours of Service for 100
Years."
For more information
About the history of 4-H
in Florida, go to www.
Florida4h.org.
Jennifer Heady is the
4-H Youth Development
agent at the Okaloosa
County UF/IFAS -
Extension office.

SI UNIVERSITY of
FLORIDA
IFAS Extension

OKALOOSA
COUNTY
EXTENSION
UPCOMING
EVENTS
Florida Arbor
Day Celebration in
Crestview, 11 -a.m.
to 3 p.m. Friday at
the John McMahon
Environmental
Education Center,
132 Butler Ave.
Eco-Nomic


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Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Chamber CALENDAR


Upcoming Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce events:
The PILOT (Professional
Inspired Leaders Of Tomorrow)
young professionals committee
meets at noon Thursday at Coach
'N' Four Kathy Morrow of Crest-
view Toastmasters is scheduled


to speak. The committee is for ning For Financial Success" is
area young professionals ages 21 the topic of the event. Another
to 41. Lunch & Learn is scheduled for
The Education Committee Feb. 12, with "Leadership and
meets at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Team Building" as the topic. Con-
chamber. The committee is spon- tact the chamber for details.
soring a Lunch & Learn featuring The Governmental Issues
A Better Ledger Company from Committee will meet at 8 a.m.
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 22. "Plan- Jan. 27 at the. chamber. New Dis-


trict 5 State Rep.' Brad Drake is
scheduled to speak.
The next Health and Well-
ness Committee meeting is 8
a.m. Feb. 3 at the chamber.
The next Ambassador Com-
mittee meeting is 9 a.m. Feb. 12
at the chamber.
The next MAC (Military Af-


fairs Committee) meeting is at
10:45 a.m. Feb. 10 at Ryan's. Con-
tact the chamber if you are inter-
ested in joining the committee.
For more information Crest-
view Area Chamber of Com-
merce committees or to join the
chamber, call 682-3212.


28 apply

for circuit

court judge

position

Tom McLaughlin
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Twenty-eight attorneys
have filed applications to
be considered for Circuit
Court Judge in Okaloosa
County.
They are vying for a
governor's appointment
to fill the seat that opened
following the unexpected
Dec. 3 death of Judge G.
Robert Barron.
The First Circuit Ju-
dicial Nominating Com-
mission is charged with
reviewing each of the can-
didate applications and
submitting between three
and six names to Gov.
Charlie Crist for examina-
tion and ultimately, a final
selection.
The governor has 60
days from the time he re-
ceives the finalists' names
to make a decision.
Attorney Wanda Clapp,
the newly appointed chair-
woman of the First Circuit
Judicial Nominating Com-
mission, said the immedi-
ate next step in the pro-
cess is for her committee
to gather as much public
input as possible about
each candidate.
Comments or requests
to speak to specific com-
mission members should
be addressed to Wanda
J. Clapp; Chair, Judicial
Nominating Commission-
er, EO. Box 947, Niceville,
FL 32588-0947. Comments
must be received by Jan.
30.

CIRCUIT
COURT JUDGE
APPLICANTS
The candidates
seeking the seat of
Circuit Court Judge.
in Okaloosa County
are: ,,
Manuel F. Alvarez
William B. Bishop
Christine R. Bosau
John Thomas
Brown
James C.
Campbell
D. Michael
Chesser
Robert Glenn
Collins
Robert Anthony
Dees
Michael A.
Flowers
Benjamin W.
Gordon Jr.
Thomas R. Jenkins
Joseph D. Lorenz
Keith Anthony
Mclver
James Michael
Messer
Johnny Lloyd
Miller Jr.
Daniel C.
O'Rourke
Amy A. Perry
Nickolas G.
Petersen
Eugene Keith Polk
Mary Koch Poison
Michael J.
Schofield
Timothy W. Shaw
Tony Simpson
Michael John
Stebbins
D. Craig Tingle
Jeffery D. Toney
Michael T. "
Webster
Marsha L. Weaver


HURRY IN FOR

LIMITED-TIME VALUES

January 15-19, 2009







(Whirlpool Duet Sport Washer (WFW8300SW) and Matching Dryer Pair) Gas dryer at a higher price ($1068
for the pair). Pedestals sold separately. Lmit 1 laundry pair per customer. Price reduction taken at register.
Offer valid on Washer Item #232560, Electric Dryer #232563, and Gas Dryer #232564. May be available
through Special Order Express. Offer valid 1/15/09 -1/19/09. See associate for details.
S .. -- ,


3.3 Cu. Ft. High Efficiency
Washer #232560
15-1/2" Storage Pedestal


6.7 Cu. Ft. Electric Dryer
#232563
#16296 $248


Receive 10% off in-stock and Special Order ENERGY
STAR major appliances priced $397 or more (before
taxes). Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09. Discount taken
at register. Not valid on previous sales, installation
and delivery fees, extended protection plans, water
heaters, select Fisher&Paykel or Electrolux items.
See store for details.


$1198 MAYTAG
4.0 Cu. Ft. Crimson High-
Efficiency Front Load Washer
(MHWE300VF) #298208
7.0 Cu. Ft. Electric Dryer
(MEDE300VF) #298209 $1198
15-1/2" Storage Pedestal
(XHP1550VF) #298211 $278
May be available through Special Order Express.


SPECIAL ORDER
ENTRY DOORS
Offer valid 1/15/09 1/23/09.
Discount taken at time of order.
See store for details.


SPECIAL
VALUE!
now
$6888
now was
$ 98 was$7999
59 $698 BilgB 5-Tier Hea'
3-Pack 60-Watt Equivalent Steel Shel\
CFL Light Bulbs *Max. 1,500
*Uses only 13 watts #156922 #220584;101


Purchase 2 identical Whirlpool or
Maytag pedestalsand get the
value of 1 of the pedestals (up to
$278) back by mail-in rebate.
Purchases must be made on the
same receipt. Rebate amount
does not include tax, installation,
or delivery. Rebate form prints at
register. Void where prohibited by
law. See associate for details.
Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09.


Applies to fireplaces and mantels, fireplace accessories, fireplace
maintenance, gas logs, all stoves and vent-free gas space heating.
Offer starts 1/15/09, While supplies last. Discount taken at register.
Selection may vary by store. See store for details,


Let's Build Something Together"


I


$998
4.6 Cabrio High Efficiency Washer
*Washes 3 baskets of laundry in a single load
*11 cycles, including Woolmark, Bulky Items
(WTW6700TW) #293997
7.0 Cu. Ft. Steam Electric Dryer
*Naturally steams out wrinkles and
odors (WED6600VW) #294001 $998
May be available through Special Order Express.


Via mail-in rebate with purchase of an
in-stock or Special Order Whirlpool or
Maytag High Efficiency Washer and
matching Dryer pair. Offer excludes
Whirlpool Duet Sport and Maytag Epic
Z. Purchases must be made on the
same receipt. Offer valid 1/15/09 -
1/19/09. Purchase price excludes tax,
installation, and delivery. Limit one
redemption per household. Rebate
form prints at register. Void where pro-
hibited by law. See store for details.


ALL AIR TOOL STORAGE
COMPRESSORS CHESTS & CABINETS
Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09. Offer valid 1/15/09 1/19/09.
Discount taken at register. Discount taken at register.
See store for details. While See store for details. While
supplies last. supplies last.


KRAFTMAIDI CROSS
CREEK AND VENECIA
SPECIAL ORDER
KITCHEN CABINETS
Minimum purchase of 10 or more Special Order Kraftmaid, Cross Creek
or Venecia branded cabinets. Offer is for basic installation only. Install
offer price is per cabinet and does not include cost of cabinet. Offer valid
1/15/09 1/31/09. In-home measurement must be purchased by
1/31/09. Additional charges may apply. See associate for details.
Discount taken at time of order.


clearan Le


10-25%o
CLEARANCE
MAJOR APPLIANCES
Look for yellow clearance labels throughout appliance
department. Price reflects discount. Offer starts 1/15/09. While
supplies last. Selection may vary by store. See store for details.


50% off


25% off


Look for yellow clearance labels throughout lighting department.
Price reflects discount. Offer starts 1/15/09. While supplies last.
Selection may vary by store. See store for details.


Prices may vary after 1/19/2009 if there are market variations. "Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on 1/9/2009 and may vary based on Lowe's Everyday Low Price policy. See store for
details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. While Lowe's strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any error, Prices and
promotions apply to US locations only, and are available while supplies last. We guarantee our everyday competitive prices. If you find a lower everyday or advertised price on an identical stock item
at any local retail competitor that has the item in stock, we'll beat their price by 10% when you buy from us. Just bring us the competitor's current ad or other confirmation of the price that you have
found. Lowe's reserves the right to verify the lower price prior to sale. Cash/charge card and carry purchases only. Competitor's closeout, special order, discontinued, clearance, liquidation and dam-
aged items are excluded from this offer. On percent off sales, we will match the competitor's percent off offer. Limited to reasonable quantities for homeowner and one-house order quantities for cash
and carry contractors. Current in-store price, if lower, overrides Lowe's advertised price. Price guarantee honored at all Lowe's retail locations. Labor charges for product installation are excluded
from our price guarantee offer in our stores with an Installed Sales Program. Visit store for complete details. No-Hassle Return Policy: If you are not completely happy with your purchase, simply
return it along with your original sales receipt to any local Lowe's store within ninety (90) days" of purchase. We'll either repair it, replace it, refund your money or credit your account. "30 days for
Outdoor Power Equipment (mowers, chain saws, blowers, tillers, trimmers and pressure washers). Fair Purchase Policy: In order to provide fair purchase opportunity to all our customers, Lowe's
reserves the right to limit quantities sold to individual customers. Non-Stock Policy: If, by chance, your local Lowe's store does not stock an item we advertise, we will be glad to order that item for
you at the advertised price. Delivery Policy: Delivery applies to deliveries made to locations within the United States only. Certain restrictions apply. See store for details. 2009 by Lowe's*. All rights
reserved. Lowe's and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. (090191_1)
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B. Stainless-Look nOW D. Stainless-Look now was
Over-the-Range was Dishwasher $a
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Deer Hunting isI
Don't miss your chance at that Trophy Buck
Scents Calls *Stands Blinds
Guns Scopes *Ammo


OPEN: TUE.- SAT. 9AM-6PM
Conveniently located 1 mile S. of 1-10.
Across from Award Chevorlet


09' BOWS IN STOCK
Boatech Hoyt Diamond


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Anypurchase of
1/2 Carat or Larger
SSolitaire Diamond,
Automatically Registers
you into a Cruise Giveaway!


New Installations
Pump Outs Repairs
Permit Packages Available
Fill Dirt Land Clearing
Serving
Okaloosa Walton Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years!
Now Accepting
BBB VISA
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Possum Ril
BBQ & Catering
Op en:
Thursday Sunday
l a.m.- 6 p.m.
852 North Ferdon Blvid
Crestview, FL
Right next to Lewis & Company


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CRESTVIEW CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. THUR. -11 AM 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
FRI. SAT. 11 AM-10 PM orA / on 1 o1
SUNDAY -12- 8PM 850.689.1391


Crestview
6o6 James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
682-6634

Fort Walton Beach
745 Beal Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach
243-020o3


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for your Hunting or Shooting needs.
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Come see our Large Showroom
and Knowledgeable Staff.
If we don't have it we'II get it!
OPEN: TUE.- SAT. 9AM- 6PM
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4381 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit 6 & 7, Crestview, FL 32539
at Emerald Coast Hospice
we treat patients like family





If someone you love is-terminally ill, Emerald Coast Hospice is
here for you. Our "every moment matters" approach ensures
that patients live out their days with dignity and respect. At
Emerald Coast our warm, caring team provides spiritual,
emotional and medical support for patients and their families.
Our entire staff is dedicated to delivering compassionate care
through our team approach.
for more information, call
850.689.0300
Emerald Coast
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Crestview News Bulletin I B7


Sbe filled on or before
September 27, 2009
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
T FILED WILL BE FOREVER
ANNOUNCEMENTS BARRED.
1100 Legal Advertising
1110 Clesslied Notices The date of the first publi-
1120 Public Notices/ cation of this notice is
Announcements January 07, 2009.
1125 Carpools &
Rldeshare Gary B. Leuchtman
1130- Adoptions Beggs & Lane
1140 Happy Ads Florida Bar No. 342262
1150- Persnals 501 Commendencia
1160 -Lost
1170-Found Street
Pensacola, Florida
IT1" 32501
850-432-2451
Attorneys for the Personal
Representative
Thomas Michael Lalor
IN THE CIRCUIT 23 Mariners Lane
COURT IN AND FOR Mary Esther, Fl 32569
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA 01/07/09
PROBATE DIVISION 01/10/09
CASE NO:
08-CP-1341
RE: ESTATE OF LINDA Legal #100476
JEAN LALOR IN THE CIRCUIT
Deceased. COURT OF THE FIRST
NOTICE TO CREDI- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
TORSAND FOR
TORS OKALOOSA
The ancillary administra- C LOUNTYA FLORIDA
tion of the estate of Linda CIVIL ACON CASE
Jean Lalor, deceased, NO462008-CA:006
with the case number in- 462008- -006191
dicated above, is pend- DIVISION
ing in the Circuit CourtHAS H F-
Okaloosa County, Flor- CHASE HOME F-
ida, Probate Divison, the NANCE LLC,
address of which is 101 Plaintiff,
\ E. James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view, Florida 32536. vs.
The name and address o CARIA FORD A/K/A
the personal representa- CARLA FORD A tl
tive is: Thomas Michael CARLA A. FORD et a,
Lalor, 23 Mariners Lane, Defendant(s).
Mary Esther, Florida
32569. NOTICE OF ACTION
All persons having claims T
against this estate who ON M. SELVICK
are served witha copy of JAST KNOWN AD-
this notice, are required LADRESS: 38 Waynel CrAD-
to file with this cou such DRESS 38 Waynel Cir-
claim within the later of cle
three (3) months after the Fort Walton Beach, Fl
date of the fist publica- 325484285
tion of this notice or thirty CURRENT ADDRESS:
(30) days after the date CURRENT ADDRESS:
of service of a copy of UNKNOWN
this notice on such per- ANY AND ALL UN-
son. KNOWN PARTIES
Personshavin claims CLAIMING BY,
Persons havin claims THROUGH, UNDER,
against the estate who THROUGH. UNDTE
are not known to the per- AND AGAINST TIN
sonal representative and HEREIN NAMED IN-
whose names and ad- DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
whose names and ad- ANT(S) WHO ARE
dresses are not reasona- T KNOWNTO BE
bly ascertainable must NOT KNOWNTO BE
file all claims against th DEAD OR ALIVE,
estate within three WHETHER SAID UN-
.months after the date of KNOWN PARTIES
the first publication of this MAY CLAIM AN IN-
notice.TEREST AS SPOUE,
otice. HEIRS DEVISEES,
Notwithstanding anyth- GRAO TEES OR
ing in this notice to the OTHER CLAIMANTS
contrary, all claims LAST KNOWN AD-
against the estate must DRESS: UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN .


San action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 29, BLOCK B,
CIMARRON ESTATES
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 6, PAGES) 74
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
SORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
I ew on or before Feburary
lie neW S 16 2009, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
Srate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
S 33634 and file the origin
nal with this Court either
Before service on
Ingerips Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
tay intouchwiththe the relief demanded in
estviewNew Bultetin,, the Complaint or peti-
tion.
Never before,right in
ourown home.With This notice shall be pub-
lusivevideo,expanded lished once each week
ntentfromeach issue for two consecutive
Sinteractivefeaturesat weeks in the Crestview
yourfingertips, News Bulletin.
stviewbulletln.com is
the sourceforyour WITNESS my hand and
community news, the seal of this Court on
comunitynews, this 31 day of December,
2008.
viewbulleti m Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court


By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
CHASEDIRECT-SPECFHL
MCR-ejayska-F080967
-24
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; tele-
phone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the
proceeding, or
Shalimar (850)
651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceed-
ing.
01/070/09 "
01/14/09

Legal # 100477
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-005699
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAROLINE R. GOLD-
STEIN et al, Defend-
ant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
CAROLINE R. GOLD-
STEIN
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:7036 Peggymac
Lane
New Port Richey, FI
34653
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
MATTHEW E. GOLD-
STEIN.
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 7036 Peggymac
Lane
New Port Richey, Fl
34653
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-


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PAGE 36, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
0ou and you are required
w0 serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
on or before February
16 2009, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634, andfile the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorne 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 31 day of December,
2008.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anuita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-SPECFNMA-R-kh'
artmaier-F08088020
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceedinq. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad
ministration at 1250 N.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579- telephone
number 850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
01/07/09
01/14/09

Legal# 100478
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
N O
46-2008-CA-002641
DIVISION
PHH MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TRICIA RECORDS, et al,
Defendant(s).


5) WHO ARE NOTICE OF FORECLO-
KNOWN TO BE SURE SALE
OR ALIVE,
OTHER SAID UN- NOTICE IS HEREBY
WN PARTIES GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
CLAIM AN IN- nal' Judgment of Mort-
iT AS SPOUSE, age Foreclosure dated
S, DEVISEES, December 23, 2008 and
NTEES, OR entered in Case No.
R CLAIMANTS 46-2008-CA-002641 of
the Circuit Court of the
KNOWN AD- FIRST Judicial Circuit in
S: UNKNOWN and for OKALOOSA
County Florida wherein
ENT ADDRESS: PHH MORTGAGE COR-
JOWN PORATION is the Plain-
tiff and TRICIA REC-
ORDS; USAA FEDERAL
ARE NOTIFIED that SAVINGS BANK I"USAA
tion to foreclose a FSB"); are the Defend-
age on the follow- ants, I will sell to the
property in highest and best bidder
OOSA County, for cash at CRESTVIEW:
a: SOUTH FRONT DOOR
OF THE OKALOOSA
9, BLOCK B COUNTY COURT-
'H WIND PHASE HOUSE
CCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
RECORDED IN OF CLERK'S FRONT
BOOK 10, DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 5 day of February,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
ment:
forth in said Final Judg-

LOT7, BLOCK 3 EDGE-
WATE'R VILLAGE
NORTH,' ACCORDING
TO THE' PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4 PAGE 65, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
I A Lawyer? Per- FLORIDA.
Injury. Workers
. riminal/DUI/ A/K/A 2414 PARKER
SDivorce/Custody. DR NICEVILLE, FL
u ptcy/Foreclosure. 32578
Probate. Get Help
AAA Attorney Re- Anyperson claiming
Service an interest in the
r33-5342 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)
LIKE GOLLES days after the sale.
PAINTING
r, exterior, also WITNESS MY HAND
sure washing. Li- and the seal of this Court
Id & Insured. Free on December 31; 2008.
tes. Ph. 682-5347.
r citizen discounts. Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Something Publish in Crestview
Good For News Bulletin
S For Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L
Tomorrow ^ W -
Tomorrow P.O. Box 25018
Tam a, Florida
CYCLE 336 2-5018
A LE F 0 8 0 3 7 4 3 3
CENDANT-SPECFHLMC-
.ODAY! R-eiayska
ODAY! *See Americans with
Disabilities Act


IMPORTANT GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- THENCE CONTINUE days prior, contact the
nal Summary Judgment of NORTH 85.00 FEET; Any person claiming an Clerk of the Court's disa-
In accordance with the Foreclosure dated No- THENCE NORTH 89 DE- interest in the surplus bility coordinator at
Americans with Disabili- vember 12, 2008 and GREES 23 MINUTES 06 from the sale, if ny, 8506517497, 1250 N.
ties Act, persons with dis- entered in Case No. SECONDS 177.80 FEET other than the properly E lin PKWY Suite A1 14
abilities needing special 2008-CA-4103, of the THENCE SOUTH 85.00 owner as of the date of S alimar. FL 32579. If
accommodation to partic- Circuit Court of the FIRST FEET THENCE SOUTH the Lis Pendens must file hearing impaired con-
ipate in this proceeding Judicial Circuit in and 89 bEGREES 23 MIN- a claim within sixty (60) tact (TD)8009558771
should contact Court Ad- for is the Plaintiff, MAR- UTES 06 SECONDS days after the sale. via Florida Relay System.
ministration at 101 James BELLA CONDOMINIUM WEST 177.80 FEET TO WITNESS MY HAND
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- ASSOCIATION and THE POINT OF BEGINN- and the seal of this Court Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A. At-
view, FL, 32536-3515; MARJORIE WILLIAMS is ING. on January 9, 2009. torneys for Plaintiff 2901
telephone number (850) the Defendant. I will sell has been filed against Stirling Road, Suite 300
689-5000, Extension to the highest and best you and you are required Don W Howard Fort Lauderdale, Florida
7497, prior to the pro- bidder for dash at to serve a copy of your Clerk of the Circuit Court 33312 Tele-
ceeding or Shalimar SHALIMAR: IN FRONT written defenses if any, By: Beth McDonald phone:(305)770-410
(850) 651-7497 OF CLERK'S FRONT on or before February Deputy Clerk 0 Fax:(305)653-2329
DOOR OF SHALIMAR 23,.2009 on Florida De-
IMPORTANT ANNEX at 11:00 AM, fault Law Group, P.L., Florida Default Law 01/14/2009
on the 10th day of Febru- Plaintiff's attorney, whose Group, PL. 01/21/2009
In accordance with the ary, 2009, the following address is 9119 Corpo- P.O. Box 25018
Americans with Disabili- described property asse rate Lake Drive Suite Tampa, Florida
ties Act, persons with dis- forth in Final Judgment: 300, Tamda, Florida 33622-5018 LEGAL #120146
abilities needing special 3364 and file the origi-
accommodation to partic- UNIT 2-J W, MAR- nal with this Court either IMPORTANT
ipate in this proceeding BELLA A CONDO- before service on IN THE CIRCUIT
should contact Court Ad- MINIUM TOGETHER Plaintiff's attorney or im- In accordance with the COURT OF THE FIRST
ministration at 1250 N. WITH ITS UNDIVIDED mediately thereafter; oth- Americans with Disabili- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, SHARE OF COMMON erwise a default will be ties Act, persons with dis- IN AND FOR
FL, 32579 telephone ELEMENTS FACILI- entered against you for abilities needing special OKALOOSA
number (850) 651-7497, TIES AND OTHER the relief demanded in accommodation to parlic- COUNTY FLORIDA
prior to the proceeding. A P U RT N A NT the Complaint or peti- ipate in this proceeding CIVIL ACION CASE
RIGHTS, MORE PAR- lion. should contact Court Ad- NO.:46-2008-CA-00
01/07/09 TICULARLY DE- This notice shall be pub- ministration at 101 James 62
01/14/09 SCRIBED IN THE DEC- lished once each week Lee Boulevard East; Crest- 76 DIVISION: FILE
LARATION OF CON- for two consecutive view, FL, .32536-3515- NO:F08097868
DOMINIUM RE- weeks in the Crestview telephone number (850)
Legal # 100479 CORDED IN OFFICIAL News Bulletin. 689-5000, Extension
RECORDS BOOK WITNESS my hand and 7497, prior to the pro- WELLS FARGO
IN THE CIRCUIT 2704, PAGES 2908, the seal of this Court on ceeding. or Shalimar BANK, NA
COURT IN AND FOR OF THE PUBLIC REC- this 7 day of January, (850) 651-7497 Plaintiff,
OKALOOSA ORDS OF 2009.
COUNTY, FLORIDA O K A L OO S A IMPORTANT vs.
PROBATE DIVISION COUNTY FLORIDA Don W. Howard
FILE NO. TOGETHER WITH Clerk of the Court In accordance with the
08-CP-1242 PARKING SPACES By: Anita Cantrell Americans with Disabili- KURT BERGMEISTER
214 AND 254 AND As Deputy Clerk ties Act, persons with dis- A/K/A KURT X.
IN RE: ESTATE OF LEXIE STORAGE UNIT 209. abilities needing special BERGMEISTER et al,
C. KENDRICK, Florida Default Law accommodation to partic- Defendant(s).
DECEASED. Parcel ID Number: Group, P.L. pate in this proceeding
00-2S22-0703-0000- P.O. Box 25018 should contact Court Ad-
SNOTICE TO CREDI- 02JO Tampa, Florida ministration at 1250 N. NOTICE OF ACTION
TORS 33622-5018 Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
T S Any persons claim- FE, 32579 telephone
The administration of the ing an interest in the IMPORTANT number (856 651-7497, TO:
estate of LEXIE C. surplus from the In accordance with the prior to the proceeding. KURT BERGMEISTER
KENDRICK, deceased sale, if any, other Americans with Disabili- A/K/A KURT X.
whose date of death was than the property tiesAct, personswith dis- 01/14/2009 BERMESTER
September 23, 2008, is owner as o the date abilities needing special 01/21/2009 LAST KNOWN AD-
pendin the Circuit of the Lis Pendens accommodation to partic- DRESS: 221 Dolphin
Court for Okaloosa must file a claim iPate in this proceeding ---Ct
County, Floida, Probate within sixty (60) should contact Court Ad- Destini Fl 32541
Division, the address of days after the sale. ministration at 101 James LEGAL #120145
which is Okaloosa Lee Boulevard East, Crest.- CURRENT ADDRESS:
County Courthouse, WITNESS MY HAND view FL, 32536-3515- IN THE CIRCUIT UNKNOWN
Crestview, Florida. The and the seal of this court telephone number C850 COURT OF THE FIRST
names and addresses of on January 12, 2009. 689-5000, Extension JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ANY AND ALL UN-
the personal representa- 7497, prior to the pro- FLORIDA IN AND KNOWN PARTIES
tive and the ersonal DON HOWARD ceedin or Shalimar FOR OKALOOSA CLAIMING BY,
Tive and the personal DON HOWARD (850) 51-7497 COUNrCA$E NO. THROUGHA UNDEI
representative's attorney Clerk of Circuit Court (850) 51-7497 COUNTY CASE NO. THROUGH UNDER
are set forth below. By: Beth McDonald 46-2008-CA-00387 AND AGAINST TH
Deputy Clerk IMPORTANT 7 HEREIN NAMED INDI-
All creditors of the dece- VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
dent and other persons AARON B. WENTZ, In accordance with the BANK OF AMERICA, WHO ARE NOT
having claims or de- ESQ. Americans with Disabili- N.A., KNOWN TO BE DEAD
mands against AARON B. WENTZ, ties Act, persons with dis- Plaintiff, OR ALIVE WHETHER
decedent's estate on PA. abilities needing special SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
whom a copy of this no. Florida Bar No. accommodation to partic- vs. TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
tice is required to be 0065810 ipate in this proceeding LUTHERRA TEREST AS SPOUSE
served must file their 814 A Shadow Lane should contact Court Ad- LUTHER CRADDOCK, JR.. HEIRS DEVISEES,
claims with this court Ft. Walton Beach, FI ministration at 1250 N. AKA LUTHER GRANTEES OR OTHER
WITHIN THE LATER 32547 E lin Parkway, Shalimar, CRADDOCK et. al. CLAIMANTS
OF. THREE MONTHS T e I e p h o n e : F 32579- telephone Defendants.
AFTER THE TIME OF (850)863-8006 number (856) 651-7497, LAST KNOWN AD-
FIRST PUBLICATION fax:850863-8009 prior to the proceeding. NOTICE IS HEREBY DRESS: UNKNOWN
OF THIS NOTICE OR GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
30 DAYS AFTER THE IMPORTANT 01/14/2009 nal Judgment of Foreclo- CURRENT ADDRESS:
DATE OF SERVICE OF In accordance with 01/21/2009 sure daoed 12-17-2008, UNKNOWN
A COPY OF THIS NO- the Americans with and entered in Case No.
TICE ON THEM. Disabil Act r 46-2008-CA-003877, of
sons wiN disabifies the Circuit Court of the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
All other creditors of the needing special ac- LEGAL # 120149 First Judicial Circuit in an action to foreclose a
decedent and other per- commoation I to par- and for OKALOOSA mortgage on the follbw-
sons having claims or de ici in the o THE CIRCUIT Co Florida, wherein iA roerty in
mands against ceeding should con-BAN OFAMERICA ACounty,
decedent's estate must tact Court Adminis- COURT OF THE FIRST N.A. is a Plaintiffand Florida:
file their claims with this tration at 1250 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LUTHER CRADDOCK, JR.
court WITHIN 3 North Eglin Park- IN AND FOR AKA LUTHER LOT 11, DOLPHIN ES-
MONTHS AFTER THE way, Sha imar, Flor- OKALOOSA CRADDOCK; LOCK- TATES ACCORDING TO
DATE OF THE FIRST ida 32579; tele- COUNTY FLORIDA ERTISH M. CRADDOCK; THE PLAT THEREOF AS
PUBLICATION OF phone number CIVIL ACfION CASE UNITED STATES OF RECORDED IN PLAT
THIS NOTICE 850-651-7497 prior NO.2007CA005621S AMERICA, N.A. are the BOOK 10, PAGE 65, OF
to the proceeding. DIVISION: FILE Defendants. I will sell to THE PUBLIC RECORDS
ALL CLAIMS NOT NO.:F07053656 the highest and best bid- OF OKALOOSA
FILED WITHIN THE 01/14/09 der for cash at Shalimar COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TIME PERIODS SET 01/21/09 THE BANK OF NEW Courthouse Annex, front
FORTH IN SECTION YORK, AS INDEN- door, 1250 Eglin Park- has been filed against
733.702 OF THE --TURED TRUSTEE FOR way Shalimar, FL you and you are required
FLORIDA PROBATE THE BENEFIT OF THE 32579 at 11:00am on fo serve a copy of your
CODE WILLBAE LEGAL # 120147 CWABS, INC, 1-27-2609, the following written defenses, if any,
CODE WILL BE FOR-Aef
EVER BARRED ASSET-BAC K ED described property as set on or before February
EVER BARRED. IN THE CIRCUIT NOTES SERIES forth in said Final Judg- 23, 2009 on Florida De-
NOTWITHSTANDING COURT OF THE FIRST 2007-SEA1, ment, to wit: fault Law Group, P.L.,
THE TIME PERIODS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Plaintiff, ALL THAT CERTAIN Plaintiffs attorney, whose
SET FORTH ABOVEDS IN AND FOR LAND SITUATE IN address is 9119 Corpo-
ANY CLAIM FILED OKALOOSA OKALOOSA COUNTY, rate 'Lake Drive Suite
TWO (2) YEARS OR UNTY, FLORIDA vs FLORIDA TO-WIT: A 300 Tampa, Florida
MORE AFTER THE CIVIL ON CASE PORTION OF THE EAST 33634 and file the origi-
DECEDENT'SDATEOF NO.:46-2008-CA-00 600 FEET OF WEST nal with this Court either
DEEATIDTS BA ED OF 56 ROGER R. 1066.1 FEET OF THE before service on
DEATH IS BARRED. 38 DIVISION: FILE.: BRUNSON, et al, EAST 2415.5 FEET OF Plaintiff's attorney or im-
Date of firs publication F08053794 Defendant(s). THE SOUTH 1/2 OF mediately thereafter; oth-
of the No ic AdminiK SECTION 16 LYING erwise a default will be
of the Notie ofAdminis- SUNTRUST BANK, SOUTH OF THE RIGHT entered against you for
traon: January N.A NOTICE OF RESCHED- OF WAY OF U.S. HIGH- the relief demanded in
2at Plaintiff, ULED FORECLOSURE WAY 98, TOWNSHIP 2 the Complaint or peti-
JASON MOULTON SALE SOUTH RANGE 25 tion.
A0 NorthFerdon Boule- v WEST ACCORDING TO This notice shall be pub-
rd, Suite A WENDY BUTTKE et NOTICE IS HEREBY THE PUBLIC. RECORDS lished once each week
varvw, Florid a al, GIVEN pursuant to an OF OKALOOSA for two consecutive
5estviw, Floda Defendant(s). Order Reschedulin Fore- COUNTY FLORIDA, DE- weeks in the Crestview
32850-689-1474 closure Sale dated Janu- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS; News Bulletin.
Florida Bar No. 015026 NO E OF ary 7, 2009 and entered BEGINNING AT THE SE WITNESS my hand and
or for Petiti NOTICE OF ACTION in Case NO. 2007 CA CORNER OF THE the seal of this Court on
Attorney for Petitioner 005621 S of the Circuit AFORESAID PARCEL, this 7 day of January,
RRY E KENDRK TO: Court of the FIRST Judi- THEN RUN WEST A DIS- 2009.
DERRY LEE KENDRICK, WENDY BUTTKE cial Circuit in and for TANCE OF 246 FEET
SR. LAST KNOWN AD- OKALOOSA County, THENCE RUN OF THE Don W. Howard
Post Office loridx 86 DRESS:1741 N Pearl Florida wherein THE AFORESAID PARCEL, Clerk of the Court
Laurel Hill, lrida Street BANK OF NEW YORK, THEN RUN WEST A DIS- By: Anita Cantrall
32567 Creslview, FI 32536 AS INDENTURED TRUS- TANCE OF 246 FEET, As Deputy Clerk
01/07/09 'TEE, FOR THE BENEFIT THENCE RUN NORTH A
01/ 1409 CURRENT ADDRESS: OF THE CWABS INC DISTANCE OF 337.5 Florida Default Law
01/1409 1741 N Pearl Street ASSET-BACKED NOTES, FEET TO.A POINT OF Grdup P.L.
--Creslview, FI 32536 SERIES 2007-SEA1 is BEGINNING WHICH IS P.O. Box 25018
Leal# 100482 the Plaintiff and ROGER 246 FEET WEST OF THE Tampa, Florida
egal 1 JASON T. BUTTKE R. BRUNSON; are the WEST RIGHT OF WAY 33622-5018
NOTICE OF SALE FOR LAST KNOWN Defendants, I will sell to LIEN OF A COUNTY
NOTICE OFORSALE ADDRESS: 1741 N Pearl tbe highest and best bid- ROAD: THENCE RUN IMPORTANT
HO HO GO ODSRAGE Street der for cash at IN NORTH A DISTANCE OF
BELHOUSONGIEHNG TO TH Crestview, Fl 32536 FRONT OF CLERK'S 135.FEET TO A POINT In accordance with the
PARTIES NAMED BE- FRONT DOOR OF WHICH. IS 246 FEET Americans with Disabili-
LOW AND LISTED BY CURRENT ADDRESS: SHALIMAR ANNEX at WEST OF THE WEST ties Act, persons with dis-
NIT NUMBER WD LISTED BE 1741 N Pearl Street 11:00AM, on the 17 RIGHTOF WAY LINE OF abilities needing special
SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE Crestview, FI 32536 day of February, 2009 A COUNTY ROAD, accommodation to partic-
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT A the following described THENCE RUN WEST A ipate in this proceeding
MINI STORAGE AT THE ANY AND ALL UN- proerty as set forth in DISTANCE OF 108 should contact Court Ad-
MINI- STORAGE AT THE KNOWN PARTIES said Final Judgment: FEET- THEN RUN ministration at 101 James
MINI- STORAGE' LO- CLAIMING BY, BEGIN AT THE SOUTH- SOUTH ALONG A LINE Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
ATEDON BLVAT 2510 CRS THROUGH UNDE WEST CORNER OF LOT PARALLEL WITH THE view, FL, 32536-3515;
FERDON BLVD CR AND AGINST TH 52, BLOCK D, WEST RIGHT OF WAY telephone number (850)
VIEW, FLA,T 9:00 HEREIN NAMED INDI CALHOUN'S SECOND LINE OF SAID ROAD 689-5000, Extension
A.M JANUARY 21 VIDUAL DEFENDANTS REVISION, DESTIN, 135 FEET, THENCE RUN 7497, prior to the pro-
0 ARE PADIN WHO ARE NOT FLORIDA, PROCEED EAST 10B FEET, MORE ceeding. or Shalimar
CHARGES ARE PAID IN KNOWN TO BE DEAD NORTH 50 DEGREES 21 OR LESS AND BACK TO (850) 651-7497
FULL BEFORE THE TIME OR ALIVE WHETHER MINUTES EAST ALONG THE POINT OF BEGINN- .
OF SALE. SAID UNKNOWN PAR- THE SOUTH LINE OF ING ALSO KNOWN AS IMPORTANT
WAY RADR TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- LOT 52 100.00 FEET, LOTS 34 AND 35 OF
NE RADER TEREST AS SPOUSE, THENCE NORTH 39 DE- AN UNRECORDED In.accordance with the
Unit#76 HEIRS DEVISEES GREES 39 MINUTES PLAT. PARCEL ID: Americans with Disabili-
01/10/09 GRANTEES OR OTHER WEST 120.00 FEET 16-2S-25-0000-0008-0 ties Act, persons with dis-
01/14/09 CLAIMANTS ALONG THE EAST 2. abilities needing special
1/14/.0 LPROPERTY LINE, 40 PROPERTY ADDRESS: accommodation to partic-
--LAST KNOWN AD- THENCE SOUTH 50 DE- 28 SNOOK ROAD ipate in this proceeding
Legal # 100483 DRESS: UNKNOWN GREES 21 MINUTES Any person claiming an should contact Court Ad-
ega WEST 100.00 FEET PAR- interest in the surplus ministration at 1250 N.
IN THE CIRCUIT CURRENT ADDRESS: ALLEL TO THE SOUTH from the sale, if any, Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
COURT OF THE FIRST UNKNOWN LINE OF LOT 52, other than the property F 3257.9; telephone
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that THENCE SOUTH 39 DE- owner as of the date of number 850 651-7497,
JU DIC UITIN YOUARENOTIFIEDthat GREES 39 MINUTES the lis pendens must file a prior to the proceeding.
OKALOOSA an action to foreclose a EAST 120.00 FEET claim within 60 days af-
COUNTY FLORIDA mortgage on the follow- ALONG THE WEST ter the sale. 01/14/2009
C NO.: in. property in PROPERTY LINE TO THE 01/21/2009
CAS NO. OKALOOSA County, POINT OF BEGINNING. DON W. HOWARD
2008-CA-4103 Flnrirdna rTI-Il PPuPIPTV I PI II. A. ,^i~. ,,.,.r


MARBLA CONDO COMMENCING AT THE THER DESCRIBED AS BE- By: Beth McDonald LEGAL #120148
MARBELLA CONDO SOUTHWEST CORNER ING THE SOUTHEAST As Deputy Clerk
MINIUM ASSOCIA- OF, THE WEST ONE 120.00 FEET OF LOT Dated this 17 day of NOTICE OF AUC-
TpoN, HALF OF THE SOUTH- 52, CALHOUN'S SEC- Dec. 2008. TION
aintiff WEST QUARTER OF THE OND REVISION AS RE-
NORTHWEST QUARTER CORDED IN PLAT BOOK IMPORTANT Pursuant to Section
vs. OF SECTION 8, TOWN- 2 PAGE 43A OF THE 713.75. Florida Statutes,
MARORIWIIAMS SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE PUBLIC RECORDS OF In accordance with the there will be a public
MARJORIE WILLIAMS 23 WEST, OKALOOSA OKALOOSA COUNTY, Americans with Disabili- auction January 20 19,
Defendant. COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- FLORIDA. ties Act, persons needing 2009 at 8:00 A.M. for
NOTI CEED WEST 210,00 a reasonable accommo- the following described
SURE SALE FEET; THENCE NORTH A/K/A 314 CALHOUN dation to participate in vehicles.
SURE SALE 355.00 FEET TO THE AVENUE, DESTIN, FL this proceeding should
NOTICE IS HEREBY POINT OFBEGINNING; 32541 no later than 7(seven 1990 Chevrolet Vin


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2120- Pet Supplies
2130 -Farm Animals/
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2140 Pets/Livestock
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2150 Pet Memorials


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3100- Antiques
3110-Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
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3280 Machinery/
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3290 Medical Equipment
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3320 Plants & Shrubs/
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All Types of Watch &
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Classic
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Full size custom modi-
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tic, warr. $169 Delivery
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Fri. & Sat. 429 N Hatha-
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ard Sale
Sat. Jan. 17, 7am-?,
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Holt
Yard Sale
Sat. Jan. 17, 7am-?,
4613 Bryant Bridge
Cutt-Off. To much to list
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010 Business/
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6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
'6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Crestview 00 SF. located at
Southgate office complex close
o shopaina and schools. $750.
mo.+$750 dd. Availble Nov.
Sst. 683-3939
Crestview
Office Space
Eight offices now availa-
ble in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in-
cludes utilities, common
area and maintenance.
682-0791
Professional Office build-
ing for Lease 1000sf.
101 Duagan Ave. (Next
to Eglin FCU) Call
621-0046




1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
uiet, gated No pets
$575mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req.
585-6985
Bank Foreclosures! 4 Br
$25 0001 Only $225/
Mol 03 Br $12,5001 ly
$199/Mol 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. for list-
in6 g 800)366-9783 ext

Brookmeade Villas
Apts.
1 BR basic rent apartment
available soon for the
elderly, handicapped &
disabled. 102 Noble Cir-
cle, Crestview, FL
32539. Call


Auburn area. No
smoke/pets. On 1 acre.
Like new large 3 br, 2
ba, 1600sf large
kitchen. $875 mo.+
$900 dep. Will work
with 1st month rent or
dep. 240-0890


4


Crestview I Apartments
Now acceptin applica-
tions for a 2 BR apart-
ment for the elderly and
the disabled. Rentalassis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-5149
TDD/TTY 711. 1456
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk.Call 682-4466
Crestview Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview FL. Call
850-682-5 5 6 3
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$5i0. Call 689-1318




Bluewater Bay 3br,
2ba condo. Pets wel-
come!. $1100/mo. +
dep. 2594055




1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes for
Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061
3Br 2Ba Foreclosure!
$11,0001 Only $199/
Mol 5% down 15 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br
$259/Mol for listings
T800 366-9783 Ext



NEW TfOAY

American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
802 Brett St. 2br, 1ba
$475
117 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba $550
1096 S. Wilson 2br,
1ba $550
3083 Butler Rd. 3br,
1ba $595
546 Purl Adams Ave.
3br,1.5ba $645
S327 John King Rd.
3br 2ba $750
722 Lee Ave 3br,
2ba $750
S101 Hope Dr 3br, 2ba
$750
811 6th Ave 3br, 2ba
$795
106 Split Creek Dr
3br 2ba $800
526 Winaspan Way
2br 2.5 ba $B0
530 Winaspan way
2br2.5ba $800
517 Winaspan way
2br2.5ba $800
511 Winaspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
512 Wingspan Way
*2br,2.5ba $800
I 515 Wingspan Way
2b, 2.5ba $825
* 3119 Skyhawk Dr
3br, 2ba $800 -
b 6110 Sonny Ln
3br,2ba $825
0 12 Courtney Ln 4br,
2ba $825
* 2856 Penny Lane 3br,
2ba $850
* 309 Lakeview Dr 3br,
2ba $850
* 401 Northview Ln 3br,
2ba $850
* 2812 Atoka Tr 3br,
2ba $895
* 11 Holly Ln. 3br, 2ba
$895
* 317 Runnymeade Dr
3br, 2ba $895
* 3200 Skynight Dr 3br,
2ba $925
. 3108 Skyhawk Dr.
4br, 2ba $1000
* 103 Trevor Ct. 4br,
3ba $1025
* 207 Riverchase Blvd
3br, 2ba $1050
* 1328 Jeffrine Dr. 3br,
2ba $1050
* 5301 Ten Point Dr
4br 2ba $1095
* '1240 Jeffreyscott Dr
3br 2ba $1175
* 2411 Moonstone Dr
3br, 2.5ba $1600


850-689-2272
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563 TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity


DeFuniak Springs
* 68 A Twin Trees, 2br,
1ba $475
* 68 C Twin Trees 2br,
1 ba $475
* 1646 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba $525
* 1084 N. 20th St. 2br,
Iba, $525
* 1120 N. 20th St. 2br,
Iba $525
* 1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
Sba, $525
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


4100 Help Wanted-
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130- Employment
Information


4100
Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
Service
Technician
Now accepting applica-
tions for experienced
Service Technician with
commercial 3 Phase
Equipment Start Up and
piping experience for our
Crestview Commercial
Job. Must be EPA Certi-
fied. .
Please Call GW Services
Heating & Air INC at
850-229-9125 .
'Experienced caretaker
needed to assist an adult
-in home. References
required. Call for
interview. Ask for Faye
682-3105
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed No CDL? No
Problem Earn up to
$900wk. Home week-
ends w/TMC. Company
endorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-530
9
Medical/Health

Home Health
Aide
(Part-Time/Pay Per Visit)
wanted to work in
Okgloosa and Walton
County. Current openings
are listed on our website
www.peopleshomehealh.com
Questions call Ralph Em-
erson at 850.430.1183.
Other openings in
Niceville are for RN, ST
Other
Mature individual to
clean our home on Thurs-
day of each week to in-
clude general house
keepin, some laundry.
call 583-6128

Part/Full time great
pay. Place & collect
donation canisters for a
non profit org. who
helps families who
have children with
Cystic 'Fibrosis and
other chronic health
pr o bl e m s .
-800-254-0045
www.frfchildren.org


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Coldwell Banker United Crestview- 1 4 Jacob
Realtors 117 Courthouse Dr. 3br 2ba, 100s L
Terrace, Crestview, Fl yar i$75 /mo. P
32536 (850) 689-1515 smoking ok. 652-2285
or (850) 682-5922-EHO
*307 Walnut Ave, 1br Crestview
lba 700sf, $425 Inte- 2/1 Duplex
rior Unit triplex freshly painted, $600
* 305 Wdlnut Ave 2br m $6 DD pets ok
1ba 900sf, $500 end wit, addition( deposit,
unit Triplex 682-7731 Mon-Fri
* 309 Walnut Ave. 2br,
1 ba 900sf, $500 end Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
unit triplex home. ONLY $850 mol
S5332 Vernon Taylor Call Jenny at Pelican Real
Rd 2br, I ba 896sf $550 Estate 315-0972
baker 1st Month's rent
free Crestview
* 228 Runn meade Dr. Cres/"vew
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 3/1 Duplex
/2 Month's Rent Free New carpet / freshly
* 230 Runnymeade Dr painted, $700 mo, $700
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 DD, pets OK with addi-
12 Month's Rent Free tional deposit, 682-7731
* 422 Spring St 3br, Mon-Fri
2ba, 1086sf, 625- 1
Months rent free Crestview-
* 6106 Magnolia ane- 3br, 2ba, brick home,
3br,1.5ba 1026sf $670- plus bonus room fenced
1 month's rent free yard. South of 110
* 139 Beacon's Bend $800mo.
2br, 1 ba, 804sf, $700- 850-687-0776
* pets with approvl
* 440 Apple Dr 3br Crestview4 b 2 ba,
2ba 1094sf$725 New 2 cg FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
Paint old. $995 mo+dd.pet ok
* 2904 Orchidcrest Dr. 850-865-2823
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $795--- -
- 1 Month's free rent Crestview- home for
* 118 Palmetto Dr 4br, rent, country setting. 1
2ba 1927sf $800 pets acre of land 3br ba.
with approval $750. mo. 682-4280 or
* 210 Feldon Dr 3br, 699-4282
2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
with aprova CT Crestview Spacious
I ,ZoawyingrPines %1
3br. 2 5ba 3 sf Home Behind Hospital.
$860- .nd Unit Pets ok. Avail Now.
$80 End Unit David 850-826.1662
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br David
2ba 1207sf $800 pets
* with approval
*50 Abe Rd 3br, 2ba rl
1165sf $825 1 months f IlU
free rent to military
* 5720 Reinke Dr, 3br, new2BR/IBA refri(
2ba 1253sf, $850- pets C'view-2BR/1 BA refrig-
wih rol, eratoir, stove, dishwasher,
S a286poAirp.rt Rd 4br, microwave,/D $725.
1.5ba 1786sf $850 850-259-0267
lead base paint disclo-
sure- Pets wh approval a o Sale
0 5365 Monterrev Rd. 3br, 2ba 2 story house
3br 1.5ba, 1721sf, /pod on 1 acre lot in
$860 -lead base paint area, references
disclosure o n 85537 8528
* 238 TiffotCt. 3br, 2ba 850499-7412
1620sf $899-1 month's
rent free. JanetJohnson
* 130 Louise Dr, 3br, Realty, Inc.
2ba 1436sf, $900- ets Eual Housing
with approval
S507 White Oak Lane- p rtunity
4br, 2ba 1850sf $900 682-1800
- first months rent free
* 324-Lakeview Dr 3br, nBak
2ba 1088sf, $900 All Baker
appliances incuded 5804 Buck War Rd -
* 248 Limestone Cir 3 br, 2 a; $850
3br, 4ba 1866sf. $995- 1112 CountryLiving
no pets allowed. aR
0 4815 Summer Creek 3 br, 2 ba; $950
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf Crestview
$995 privacy fenced 0 114 Hampton Dr
backyar 2 br 1.5 ba; $535
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br, 3089 Cosson Circle -
2ba 1953sf. $995 1 3 br 2 ba; $595
months rent free to mili- 0 662 Henderson St
tory 2 br, 1 ba; $625
220 Wesview Dr 3br 6618 Sand Hill Rd
2ba 1706sf $1000-5% 3 br, 1 ba; $725
discount off monthly rent 107 Corwin Dr -
for military 2 br, 2.5 ba; $750
* 1305 Jefferyscot Ct 0 5292 Opportunity Dr -
3br, 2ba 1613s $1000 3 br 2 ba; $795
pets allowed 134 Swaying Pine Ct'-
S5121 Whitehurst lane 3 br 2.5 ba; $750
4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000 5255 Sue Cir
- all appliances included 3 br, 2 ba, $900
0 2789 Keats Dr. 5br, 0 5682 Reinke Dr -
3ba 1869sf. $1100 Y2 4 br 3 ba, $850
off 1st months rent 0 332 Peggy Dr -
* 5262 Clint Mason Rd 4 br 2 ba $ 1200
3br, 2.5ba, 1878sf, 4124 Big BuckTrail
$1100 Pets with ap- 3 br, 2 ba, $1250
proval. Laurel Hill
* 1235 Gabrielle Drive 3329 Berrywood
3br, 2ba 1758sf $1125 Trail
- Large Fenced in back 3 br, 2 ba, $600
Syard i 3650 Okaloo Ln
* 228 Riverchase Blvd 6 br, 3 ba; $900
4br, 2ba 2555sf, $1195
first months rent free
411 Swift Fox Run,
4br, 3ba 2282sf, $1206 W TO
Sno pets allowed. E
For further information
and to apply online, Teel & Waters
please visit our website Real Estate
at: www.cburpm.com DIRTAIC
RENTALSq


Crestview 3BR/1BA
462 Savage St. call
682-3931



Crestview

Desireable
Grandview
Heights
3br 2ba fenced yard
most apple, hardwood
floors, new carpet beau-
tiful landscaping & utility
shed. Pets OKw/apr.
$850/mo + $850D.
301-659-7777.


tLIAItL
682-6156
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950 3 br, 2 ba 1cg
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets
S3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3 br, 1 ba, 1 acre
* Ray St. Milliqan
$600, 3 br, 1 ba
290 Main Street
Commercial $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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Roommate to share
3br 2ba, brick house
r$40mo includes all utils
Scale. Call 689-8978


restview- $425 mo
300 dep. 1 br, 1 ba
sm house yard. No pets
+ Also 3 br, 1 ba ient to
own $2500 down, $680
mo Call 537-9798


ba M t I seel. No
pets. $600 mo $400
dep. 850 225-0949


NEW TOOAY

Crestview Shoal River
Waterfront, 4.4 acres
nice lot. Call (850)
699-8480


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7120 Commercial
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7140- Farms & Ranches
7150- Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes 61111''
7170- Watertront I .
7180- Investment 7 0 Jeep Grand
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7190- Out-of-Town Golf Lot Bargain! Now Cherokee
Real Estate $39,900 (was 139,9001 Limited 4x4
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