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INSIDE


save a life
WEAR YOUR SEATBELT


Arbor Day
celebration
growing
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North county
news briefs
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Crestview
community
honors MLK
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TABLE OF
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EDUCATION...........................A4
EDITORIAL:.......................... A6
SPORTS................................
BUSINESS .............. B4,B8
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A LOOK INSIDE THE NORMA JEAN ATES CASE I A8




Her side of the story


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SENIOR PORTRAIT: Norria Jean
Kotarba's senior portrait from
Sthe CHS class of 1964. At left,
a portrait made in Memphis,
Tenn., during her early years of
marriage.


SCHOOL DAYS: Norma Kota
in her second grade p
at Northwood Elemer
School in Crestv


I Family and friends remember 1991
murder victim Norma Jean Ates

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

W\ ho was Norma Jean Ates? What was her story pri-
or to June 2, 1991, when she was murdered in her
Baker home, shot seven times at close range with
.22-caliber bullets at the age of 45?
arba The individuals interviewed for the article all echoed the
hoto same sentiment when ask to describe Norma Jean Kotarba:
ntary "quiet, caring and compassionate." Most added that she
'iew. came from "good people, a fine family."
'Very caring and giving'
SNorma Jean Kotarba was born on March 29, 1946 in
-Fairmount, WVa. Her mother, Louise Bryan, was a na-
tive of the Escambia Farms community north of Baker.,
Like many young women from Okaloosa County, she
met her future husband, Steve Kotarba, at Eglin Field,
where he was stationed as an airman. The young cou-
Sple moved with military assignments and finally settled
in Steve's native West Virginia. When Norma was just 6
weeks old the family returned to the home of Louise's
parents in Escambia Farms.
After a few years of renting the Kotarbas purchased
a home on Alabama Avenue in Crestview, where Norma
: would grow up as an only child.
The home was located just
a few blocks from the schools
:"' ,. _aN Norma attended, but from the
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NORMA AT HOME: Norma with her father Steve Kotarba
at their home on Alabama Avenue. Above left, Norma
in 'her senior prom dress. At right, by the time this
eighth grade photo was made Kotarba's class was
attending Crestview High School.


Photos special to the News Bulletin


UM, director
strikes up

the all-state

honor band
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
He's only in his first year
as Davidson Middle School's
band director, but Chris
Tredway has already made a
name for himself statewide.
Tredway, who previously
directedLewisMiddleSchool
band for five years, conduct-
ed the seventh and eighth
grade honor band during the
Florida Music Educators'
Association
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month in
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student
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'I'm "look-
event." ingforward
to working
Chris with you."'
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Tredway described
DMS band an exciting
gathering
director in Tampa
for the all-
state band performances.
Music teachers from
across the state attended
workshops andclinics.At the
same time, all the all-state
groups were in rehearsal.
"It's a very, very big ven-
ture," Tredway said: 'All the
downtown hotels are filled up
with students and teachers.
It's huge. It's a big event."
Performances filled
several venues throughout
downtown Tampa, Tredway
said. When the concert time
comes around, some of the
groups perform in large ar-
eas in the convention center,
and some perform in the
Tampa Bay Performing Arts
Center
Tredway said seeing so
many of the state's best stu-
dent musicians performing
in one place was a thrill, and
being asked to conduct one
of the bands was a memo-
rable experience.
"It was a lot of fun," Tred-
way said. "I've never con-
. ducted a group like that be-
fore. It was great."


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HAPPY HOLIDAY: Abigail Williams GREEN THUMBS: Retired Forester John McMahon., USDA Conservation
made good use of the holiday from Agent Daryl Williams and Okaloosa County Extension Horticulture
her Bob Sikes kindergarten class to Agent Larry Williams speak to visitors during the Arbor Day
help her dad, Larry Williams. celebration


Arbor Day celebration


branches out to Crestview


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
An Arbor Day celebration was
held at the John H. McMahon Envi-


ronmental Center this past Friday.
The event was sponsored by the
USDA Natural Resources Conserva-
tion Service, Yellow River Soil & Wa-
ter Conservation District, Okaloosa


County Extension Service, Master
Gardeners and the Florida Division
of Forestry. Native hardwood trees
were given out to many of the 179 at-
tendants of the celebration.


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
FREE TREES: Susan Holley from the Yellow River Soil & ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Water Conservation Center prepares tree seedlings PROPER PRO-'SEED'-URE: Residential Horticulture
for attendees who weathered the cold' temperatures Agent Larry Williams demonstrates the proper way
during Arbor Day. to plant a tree.


Library PROGRAMS


February pro- and conductor of
grams at the Crest- the college jazz
view Public Library, band "Raiders
located at 1445 of the Lost Art,"
Commerce Drive will perform and
(behind the Post Of- discuss "The His-
fice). tory of Jazz" for
First Tuesday the Feb. 3 First
Lecture: DR,CHERYL Tuesday Lecture
Dr.CherylJones, JONES at the Crestview
instructor at North- Public Library.
west Florida State College Dr. Jones is also known as


the "Dbctor Diva" of one of
the Emerald Coast's most
popular bands "Jones &
Company."
The program begins at
10:30 a.m. with coffee and
cookies served at 10 a.m.
Call 682-4432 for details.
SYoga at the Library:
Yoga classes at the library
will begin in February. The
first classes will be held


Feb. 6. "Chair Yoga" will be
offered from 10 to 11 amn.
and is $5 per class. "Yoga
For Everyone" will be of-
fered from 11 a.m. to 12:15
p.m. and is $8 per class.
"Yoga For Everyone" stu-
dents should bring a yoga
mat. All other props will be
provided. Contact Kristy
Souto at (850) 218-8491 for
details.


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,B -^.^l.: .i;,,',, OF CRESTVIEW. .MEMBER FDIC
Your Hbmetown Bank" Since 1956!

M/ ffark Waggy, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
S National Bank of Crestview, began his banking career here, 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


Vice YresiofenY &
Commerciaf/Boan ficer
Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


attitude that everyone appreciates.'


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


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


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
ABWA OFFICERS: The ABWA (American Business
Women's Association) Crestview chapter held its
officer installation Jan. 13 at Azteca. From left
are Susie Chestnut (President); Lisa Wirth (VP of
Communications); Karen Philpott (VP of Finance);
Martha Lundy (President Elect); Kathi Ridge (VP of
Programming); Beth Panzik (VP of Membership);
Heather Gann (VP of PR/Marketing). See more
photos from the ceremony at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
S SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
BULLETIN
ABWA PRESENTATION:
ABWA-Crestview
President Susie
Chestnut (right)
accepts a $100
sponsorship/
congratulations
check from ABWA
Emerald Coast
Chapter President
Pam White.



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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
CRESTVIEW TOASTMASTERS HONORED: Kathy Morrow
(left) and Denise McKinion have new awards
from Toastmasters International. Morrow's award
is the Advanced Communicator Bronze (ACB).
McKinion's award is the Competent Leader
(CL) award. The ACB requires completion of
10 speech projects. The CL requires completion
of 22 leadership projects. Both have been in
Toastmasters for three years. Morrow is President
of Crestview Toastmasters.


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(OMPILID BY ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR BRIAN UGHtES


>- Through JAN., Photography
by Pat Simmons. Prize-winning
images by local photographer on
exhibit at Cooper's Fine Jewelry,
525 E. Cedar Ave (behind KFC)
in Crestview. Exhibit open during
normal business hours.
>- Through FEB., Art by Artis
Coleman. Wonderful pieces by
the local artist are on exhibit at the
Crestview Public Library. Exhibition
is free and open during normal
business hours. Call 682-4432 for
more information.


This 1992 landscape by Arnold
Meschies is among the artist's
works on exhibit through Feb. 19
at the Northwest Florida State
College Mattie Kelly
Arts Center galleries.

Through FEB. 19, Arnold
Mesches: Anomie 1492-2006,
Art Exhibit. More than 20
paintings that present a survey
of the last century based.on the
world history and the artist's own
American childhood and life.
In the Mattie Kelly Arts Center
Mcllroy & Holzhauer Art Galleries
at Northwest Florida State College,
Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m.to 4
p.m. and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m.
>- JAN. 21, "The Drowsy
Chaperone:' Boasting the most
2006 Tony Awards of any musical
on Broadway, this new musical
comedy will swoop into town with.
tons of laughs. A tribute to the
Jazz Age and a wholly entertaining
musical-within-a-musical. 7:30
p.m., at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center, Northwest Florida State
College.
>- JAN. 24, Okaloosa All-County
Band Concert. Enjoy the stirring
music of the county's best
middle and high school bands,
Saturday, January 24, at the Mattie
Kelley Performing Arts Center at
Northwest Florida State College
in Niceville. The concert is at 2
p.m. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.
Admission is free, but donations
will be accepted.
JAN. 30, Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra -
Symphonic Miniatures. A
chamber orchestra program
featuring NWF State College
dance students and the region's
premiere professional orchestra
performing Strauss's Bourgeois
Gentilhomme Suite, Handel's
Concerto Grosso in Bb, and
Mozart's Serenade in C minor. Part
of the symphony's 22" season of
concerts. 7:30 p.m. Mattie Kelly
Arts Center at Northwest Florida
State College. Tickets: $22.50
each adults, $16 youth age 18 and
younger. Symphony Web site:
www.nfsymphony.org.



>- FEB. 3, First Tuesday Lecture:
The History of Jazz. Join pr.
Cheryl Jones at 10:30 a.m. at
the Crestview Public Library to
learn about the great American
music form. Coffee and cookies
served at 10 a.m. Dr. Jones is
an instructor at Northwest Florida
State College and conductor of
the college jazz band "Raiders of
the Lost Art." She is also known
as the "Doctor Diva" of Jones &
Company, one of the Emerald
Coast's most popular bands. Call
682-4432 for more information.
- FEB. 7, American Spiritual
Ensemble. Celebrate Black
History Month and enjoy a
phenomenal and moving
repertoire of dynamic renditions of
classic spirituals, jazz, Broadway
numbers and more that highlight
the black experience and keep
the American Negro spiritual alive.
7:30 p.m., Mattie Kelly Arts Center
at Northwest Florida State College.
Tickets: $25 each,
> FEB. 8, Great Night of
Methodist Singing. Join the choir
from the First United Methodist
Church of'Crestview, the Wesley
Boys a capella gospel quartet,
and other regional Methodist
church choirs for an enjoyable


evening of great gospel and
Christian music. 6 p.m. Mattie
Kelly Arts Center at Northwest
Florida State College. Free,


The Soundsations, Northwest
Florida State College's energetic
show choir, will perform in
February and April at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center.

> FEB. 15, NWF State College
Soundsations Show Choir
Snowbirds Show. Lively concert
performance of toe-tapping vocals
and fancy footwork. 2 p.m. Mattie
Kelly Arts Center at Northwest
Florida State College. Tickets
available through local Snowbird
clubs.
> FEB. 20, Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra Stars
of Tomorrow. Featuring the
winners of the prestigious 22nd
Annual Concerto Competition,
sponsored by the NFSO Guild,
and performance of Britten's
Young Person's Guide to the
Orchestra. 7:30 p.m., Mattie Kelly
Arts Center at Northwest Florida
State College. Tickets: $22.50
each adults, $16 youth age 18 and
younger. Symphony Web site
www.nfsymphony.org.
FEB. 27 & 28, MAR. 1,
"'Cinderella:' The Northwest
Florida Ballet presents the
quintessential fairy tale of finding
true love. Feb. 27 & 28, 7:30
p.m., March 1, 2 p.m. Mattie Kelly
Arts Center at Northwest Florida
State College, 100 College Blvd.,
Niceville. Tickets: $25 Adults,
$12.50 Child. To purchase tickets
call the Northwest Florida Ballet
at (850) 664-7787.



> Through APRIL, Art by Faye
Jones. Enjoy the artistry of this
local artist at the Crestview Public
Library. Exhibition is free and
open during normal business
hours. Call 682-4432 for more
information.
> MAR. 6, Barbershop A Capella
Spring Concert. The Crestview
High School Chorus' Chanticleer
group joins the Choctawhatchee
High School Madrigals and the
Rocky Bayou Christian School
chorus for an exceptional
evening of vocal music sans
accompaniment. 6 p.m. at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Northwest
Florida State College. Free,
>- MAR. 11, Antique Furniture
Refinishing Class. Herbert
Allen will demonstrate stripping,
applying stain and applying new
finish with several demonstration
pieces. Under the Crestview
Public Library portico, bring lawn
chairs. 10 a.m. until noon. For
information, call the library at
682-4432 or Mr. Allen at 689-
6600.
- MAR. 11,"Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels." The national tour
of the hit stage musical comedy
based on the hysterical Michael
Caine/ Steve Martin film comes
to the Mattie Kelly Arts Center at
Northwest Florida State College.
On the glorious, glamorous
Riviera, two con artists take on the
lifestyles of the rich and shameless
- and end up with a lot more than
they bargain for. 7:30 p.m. $45
each.


> MAR. 14, NFSO Goes Pops,
an Evening with Della Reese.
Grammy nominated vocalist
and legendary screen star Della
Reese joins the Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra to perform
a stupendous pops concert.
Exclusive front row seating and a
post-concert reception with Della
Reese available with $100 VIP
tickets. 7:30 p.m., Mattie Kelly
Arts Center at Northwest Florida
State College. Regular admission:
$45. Symphony Web site www.
nfsymphony.org.
- MAR. 18-21, "Richard III."
Student production of the
Shakespearean drama, hailed as
one of the Bard's greatest history-
themed plays, presented by
Northwest Florida State College's
Fine & Performing Arts Division.
7:30 p.m. at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center, Tickets: $15 adults, $10
youth.
- MAR. 27 & 29, "All About
Love": Okaloosa Chamber
Singers Spring Concert. The
county's premier vocal ensemble
will feature the music of the
Gershwins in a program about
love. The Friday performance
will be 7:30 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church,. 1200 East
Johnsons Pkwy. in Niceville;
the Sunday performance is
at 6 p.m. at Destin United
Methodist Church at 200 Beach
Drive. For more information,
call 682-9651, or visit www.
okaloosachamberslngers.org.
- MAR. 19, Nancy Springer
Lecture. The Friends of the
Crestview Library meeting features"
author Nancy Springer, author
of numerous works for both
adults and children, including
the Enola Holmes mystery series,
as its guest speaker. 10:30
a.m. For information, call the
library at 682-4432. For more
author information go to www.
nancyspringer.net.
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Actors are fitted for their
costumes for last fall's Florida
Chautauqua Theatre production.
Scheduled for FCT this spring
are a George M. Cohan musical
in April and a workshop musical
production in May.

> APRIL 2-5,' Give My Regards
to Broadway:' Florida.Chautauqua
Theatre presents this lively George
M. Cohan musical. Performances
are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
and Sunday matinee at 2:30 at
the theatre, 840 Baldwin Ave.
in downtown DeFuniak Springs.
E-mail lnfo@fcweb.org, or
call (850) 892-9494 for ticket
information or reservations.
>- APRIL 13, Writers Workshop
with Anne Haw Holt. So you
want to be a writer? Tallahassee
author Dr. Anne Haw Holt will
offer tips for writing and getting
published for the first hour and
help participants the second
hour with.individualized critiquing
of their Work. She will also be in
attendance the following night
for the Friends of the Crestview
Library Open-Mic Poetry Reading.
For more info you may e-mail
her at ahholt@ahholt.com or visit
www.ahholt.com. 6-8 p.m. at the
Crestview Public Library. Call 682-
4432 for more information.


The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra goes Pops on March 14
,when screen and music legend Della Reese joins the ensemble.The
symphony also performs In January, February and May.


>- APRIL 14, Friends of the
Library Open-Mic Poetry
Reading. Annual poetry writing
contest for middle school and
high school students, with
winners announced that night. 6-8
p.m. Call the Crestview Public
Library at 682-4432 for more
Information on submitting and
reading your poems.
>- APRIL 16-19, "Footloose."
The Crestview High School drama
program presents "Broadway's
Footloose Musical," as it was
billed, featuring music from the
hit Kevin Bacon movie, including
"(et's Hear it For the Boy" and
"Holding Out for a Hero," plus
rousing new songs written just for
the stage show. A cast of 45 fills
the Pearl Tyner Auditorium stage
in this lively show. Performances
at 7 p.m. except Sunday, Apr. 19,
2 p.m. matinee. Call 689-7177 for
ticket Information.
a- APRIL 16, NWF State College
Madrigal Singers & Belle Vocl
Spring Concert. The college's
talented Madrigal Singers and
Belle Voci women's ensemble
perform their annual spring
concert of delightful choral music.
7:30 p.m. Mattie Kelly Arts Center.
Free, no ticket required.
a- APRIL 24 & 25, Dance Facets.
NWF State College dance
students anC faculty perform
original choreography with brilliant
lighting effects designed by
theatre students and faculty. 7:30
p.m., Mattie Kelly Arts Center, $15
adults, $10 youth.
>- APRIL 28, NWF State College
Jazz Band Spring Concert. Enjoy
a swinging night of great jazz
at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center,
7:30 p.m., free admission, no
reservations required.
>- APRIL 30, The Soundsations
Spring Concert. The NWF State
College show choir presents.a
lively evening of dazzling vocal
and instrumental music performed
by a talented troupe of fine and
performing arts students. Tickets
$15 adults, $10 youth. 7:30 p.m..at
the Mattie Kelly Arts Center.



a MAY 9, "Best Beware My
Sting:' The Baker School Drama
Llamas theatre club presents this
musical version of Shakespeare's
"Taming of the Shrew" in a dinner
theatre setting. Catering is by
Uncle Bill's Restaurant. Dinner and
performance at 6 p.m. in the Baker
School cafeteria/multi-purpose
room. For tickets see any Drama-
Llamas meryber or call director
Roger O'Neal at 537-2419.


Featuring lalenmeu young
performers from throughout the
region, the Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra's Youth
Orchestra will perform on May 9
at the Mattle Kelly Arts Center.

> MAY 9, Northwest Florida
Symphony Youth Orchestra
Spring Concert. Classical
favorites performed by a talented


group of more than 55 young
musicians from Okaloosa, Walton
and Santa Rosa county schools. 2
p.m. Mattie Kelly Arts Center. Free
and open to the public
>- MAY 9, Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra -
The Creation. Featuring the
prestigious Tokyo Oratorio Society
from Japan in performance with
the NFSO and the Northwest
Florida Symphony Chorus, this
concert is the orchestra's season
finale. 7:30 p.m. Mattie Kelly Arts
Center. Symphony Web site:
www.nfsymphony.org.
- MAY 12, Crestview High
School Chorus Spring Concert.
Join the award-winning, 120-voice
chorus for an exciting evening
of great vocal music, including
old favorites, classics and choral
standards. Directed by Kevin
Lusk at the high school's Pearl
Tyner Auditorium, 7 p.m. Small
admission helps fund chorus
travel.
>- MAY 14, Crestview High
School Band Spring Concert.
Jody Dunn conducts the Big
Red Machine in its annual spring
performance of great instrumental
music, including, jazz, pop,
and orchestral tunes. Toes start
tapping at 7 p.m. in the Pearl Tyner
Auditorium. Modest admission
helps fund band expenses.
> MAY 15-17, Workshop
Production TBA. The Florida
Chautauqua Theatre presents its
spring Music & More Workshop
production, Cast members for
the stage musical are made up of
kindergarten through eighth grade
students from the spring theatre
crafts workshops. Performances
are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
and Sunday matinee at 2:30 at
the theatre, 840 Baldwin Ave.
in downtown DeFuniak Springs.
E-mail info@fcweb.org, or
call (850) 892-9494 for ticket
information or reservations.
> MAY 19, Davidson Middle
School Band Spring Concert.
Chris Tredway, Davidson's new
band director, wraps up his first
year with this rousing evening of
great band music. 7 p.m., in the
Crestview High School Pearl Tyner
Auditorium, free. Call 683-7500,
x324, for more details.
> MAY 20-24, Crestview High
School Spring Arts Exhibit.
Enjoy the work of some of the
area's most talented young artists
in several media. Free and open
to the public, in the high school
library/ media center. Open
during regular school hours. Meet
the artists during the Opening
Reception, May 21, 5:30 to 7 p.m.



- JUNE 21-JULY 23,The
Apalachicola River: A National
Treasure, Art Exhibit. Features
60 large-format black and white
photographs by Clyde Butcher
and Richard Bickel, as well
as a documentary film on the
Apalachicola River Basin and the
people who live there. Mon-Thurs,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday 1 to 4
p.m., and 90 minutes prior to most
performances in the mainstage
theater of the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center. Closed Holidays. Mattie
Kelly Arts Center at Northwest
Florida State College, Mcllroy &
Holzhauer Galleries. Free and
open to th. public.


Photo by Brian Hughes
The award-winning 120-voice Crestview High School Chorus fill the
Pearl Tyner Auditorium with exceptional choral music during its May
12 spring concert.


*Note: Northwest Florida State College arts events, including performances
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A4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Education


Wednesday, January 21, 2009


FROM THE


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OFFICE

LHS enjoys


post-hdliday calm


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

After the excitement of
the holidays, Laurel Hill
School experienced a calm
period.
"For two weeks, we gave
end of course exams, so
it was kind of quiet," LHS
principal Susan Lowrey-
Sexton explained. "We be-
gan the new semester right
after the Martin Luther
King holiday."
In sports, the Hobo bas-
ketball team continues its
tradition of being an area
highlight.
"We also always have
good basketball news for
both boys' and girls' teams,"
Lowrey-Sexton said. "Soon
we'll have the playoffs. It's
so big around here. Every-
body likes to play and the
community loves to watch.
It's just part of the culture."
Younger Hoboes have a
sports league of their own
now, Lowrey-Sexton re-
ported. The new program


is a Saturday morning
Little Hoboes recreational
league.
S"We have 84 students par-
ticipating. They come and
play from 8 a.m. to noon,"
Lowrey-Sexton explained.
"It's organized by (girls
basketball) coach Scott Var-
num and his wife Amanda,
and assistant coach Wanda
Cooper. That is really nice
that they are willing to start
that program for our small
fry."
Lowrey-Sexton also had
high praise for community
volunteers who help Laurel
Hill School students main-
tain their academic stan-
dards.
"January is Mentor
Month, and we have our
Take Stock in Children
mentors that we want to
thank," she said. "We have
eight or nine who come up
here to help our children."
"From the Principal's
Office" provides updates
on schools in north Oka-
loosa County.


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
S"What did the cow say when
the barn got crowded?"
"Mooove over!"
Join us down on the farm Jan. 28
or Jan. 29) at 10:15 a.m., and we'll
"mooove over" to make room for
you! Story Time is designed for
children ages 3 and up. Sign-in be-
gins at 10 a.m.
Feb. 4 or Feb. 5, come enjoy the
warmth of Valentine's Day.
If you are 12 or older, play Wii
between 2 and 4 p.m. on Fridays!
We will celebrate Valentine's
Day during Lap Sit on Feb. 2 and
Feb. 3 with stories, songs, and fin-
ger-plays beginning at 10:15 a.m.!
Children under the age of 3 and
their caregivers start signing in at
10 a.m. Older children are welcome!
Learn "The History of Jazz" at
February's First Tuesday Lecture
on Feb. 3 (see page A2).
Ben Franklin is coming to our
next Family Library Time on Feb.
3 at 7 p.m.! "The Magic of Reading"
is an educational program designed
to enlighten children and adults
and inspire them to acquire a love
of knowledge and a love of reading
that will last forever. Come learn
the secrets of one of the world's


What's HAPPENING


NORTH OKALOOSA

RIBBON CUTTINGS: The Crest-
view Area Chamber of Commerce is
hosting the following ribbon cuttings:
Jan. 27 Coastal Bank & Trust
(formerly Vanguard Bank) at 10 a.m.
at 2150 S. Ferdon Blvd." .
Jan. 28 Open House, Dr Mari-
anne Tullis, 11:30 a.m. at 1200 Henley
Lane in Baker.
Jan. 29 Coastal Bank & Trust
(formerly Vanguard Bank), 10 a.m. at
1139 Industrial Drive.
WALKER ELEM. SCHEDULE:
Walker Elementary announces the fol-
lowing key dates:
Jan. 22, 28 and 29 -. Tutoring
from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.
Effective Jan. 20 The cost of
breakfast and lunch are now as fol-
lows: student breakfast, $1.10. Lunch
$2.10. Adult lunch $3. Reduced break-
fast 30 cents, reduced lunch 40 cents.
You can now view and add money to
your child's school lunch account via
the Internet at https://www.schoolpay-
mentsolutions.com.
Jan. 22 Honors Assembly for
kindergarten at 8:50 a.m., first grade at
9:30 a.m. and second grade at 1 p.m.
Jan. 23 Honors Assembly for
fifth grade at 8:50 a.m., fourth grade at
12:50 p.m., and third grade at 1:45 p.m.
Jan. 28 report cards to go


home.
Jan. 29 Open House from 5:30
to 6:30 p.m. Visit your child's classroom
to see what's new.
For more details on Walker El-
ementary School, visit the school Web
site at www.okaloosa.kl2.fl.us/walker.
NWFSC REGISTRATION: Reg-
istration for Northwest Florida State
College Spring term is now in prog-
ress by Web and in-person at all six
NWF State College locations. Late
registration continues through to-
day for Spring sessions 1 and 2 and
through March 9 for fast-track ses-
sion 3 classes. A complete course list-
ing is available on the college Web site
at www.nwfstatecollege.edu. Details:
689-7911.
Sign up for PRIME TIME personal
enrichment classes continues at all
NWF State College locations until
classes start or are filled. Individuals
who have previously enrolled may
register online. First-time students
should enroll in person.
AMERICAN RED CROSS SAFE-
TY TRAINING: Okaloosa County
Classes are listed below.
Standard First Aid w/ CPR (adult,
infant, child) Jan. 24
Babysitter Training Jan. 24
Register online at www.youred-
cross.org or by calling customer ser-
vice at (800) 773-7620.
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY: Sat-


urday at 10 a.m. at New Beginnings
Church, 412 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jimmy Smith, 689-
2988. New.Beginnings Church is an
equal opportunity provider.
FREE COMPUTER TUTOR-
ING: The Crestview Public Library
offers one-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring. The one-hour
sessions are especially helpful for
senior citizens who want to learn
how to use the Internet and e-mail.
Appointments .are available Mon-
day through Friday. Come by the
library at 1445 Commerce Dr. (be-
hind the Post Office) or call 682-4432
to schedule your appointment. You
will need a library card to use the
computers. All residents of Okaloo-
sa County are eligible for a library
card at no cost. Just bringin a pic-
ture ID and proof of current street
address.
COLLEGIATE HS INFO SES-
SION: on admission to the Collegiate
High School at Northwest Florida
State College will be held Jan. 26 at
5:30 p.m. at the Crestview Public Li-
brary. Admissions packets are, avail-
able online at ,www.nwfcollegiate-
high.org. The priority application pe-
riod to return completed admissions
forms is the month of February.
For information, contact the Col-
legiate High School office at (850)
729-4949.


best and most famous readers, Ben-
jamin Franklin, as he discusses his
life and achievements, and explains
how to improve reading habits: Like
he says: "From a child I was fond of
reading, and all the little money that
came into my hands was ever laid
out in books."
Many participants become part
of the program as Ben challenges
them to remember everything
he says and rewards them
when they do! The program con-
cludes with a reenactment of a
scientific experiment Ben actually
performed. Everyone learns, and
everyone has fun.
For children ages 6 and up,
Craft Time is on Early Release
Wednesday each month. The next
one is Feb. 4. Children may begin
their valentine any time between 1
and 2 p.m. Registration is recom-
mended! We'll hold a craft for you
until 2 p.m. and then craft with kids
present in the library while supplies
last! Children need to finish their
craft by 3 p.m.
Free AARP tax help begins
Feb. 1 and continues through April
15 (except Feb. 16 and March 10).
Sign-in is required. People will be
helped on a first come, first served
basis. Times are Mondays from 2
to 6 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Fridays
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


STAFF PICKS
"Horton Hears a Who" by Dr.
Seuss (E Seu). I absolutely loved
this book! A lovable, faithful Horton
teaches us "A person is a person, no
matter how small!"
"Horton Hatches the Egg"
by Dr. Seuss (E Seu). When a lazy
bird wants a vacation, she asks
Horton, the elephant, to sit on her
egg, which he does through all sorts
of hazards until he is rewarded for
doing what he said he would.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask Jean,
Lise, Sandra, Anna, Marie, Seng-
dara, Tracey, Janice, Audrey, Sha-
ron or Heather. We will be happy to
assist you.
CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the Post Office)
Phone: 682-4432
Web: www.cityofcrestview.org/li-
brary.htm

QUOTE
"Reader, you must know that an
interesting fate (sometimes involv-
ing rats, sometimes not) awaits al-
most everyone, mouse or man, who
does not conform." Kate DiCa-
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
A Shalimar man was killed and three people were injured in this accident near
Laurel Hill on Jan. 13.


Shalimar man killed
in accident near Laurel Hill
LAUREL HILL A Shalimar man was
killed and three others were injured in a
two-car accident that happened on State
Road 85 near Laurel Hill at about 5:30 p.m.
Jan. 13.
Scott Michael Christiansen, 50, died af-
ter his pickup truck was struck by anoth-
er that ran the stop sign at County Line
Road, according to the Florida Highway
Patrol report. He had been heading west
on 85 near the Walton County line.
Christiansen's truck overturned in the
ditch. He was not wearing a seat belt. His
passenger, 48-year-old Jackie Hixon, of
Shalimar, was wearing a seat belt and re-
ceived minor injuries.
The driver of the other pickup truck,
Justin Earl Jones, was seriously injured
in the crash. He failed to stop at the inter-
section and struck Christiansen's truck on
the driver's side, the report said.
Jones, a 27-year-old from Laurel Hill,
was not wearing a seat belt either, the
report said. His passenger, DeQna Lenn
Jones, a 22-year-old from Laurel Hill, was
wearing a seat belt. She had minor inju-
ries.
It is not known whether alcohol was a
factor in the crash.
Charges are pending, the report said.
Wendy Victora
Florida Freedom Newspapers

SWAT search results
in drug charges against two
The Crestview Police SWAT team and
Street Crimes Unit served a search war-
rant at 651 Panama Drive in northwest
Crestview on Jan. 12.
During the search, more
than 90 grams of cocaine
and $3,630 in U.S. currency
-were located, Lt. Joseph
Floyd reported.
Arrested were Rusty
Zakee Modrer, 29, and Vic-
toria Shana Paige, 31, both
MOORER of Crestview.
Moorer is chargedwith
possession, trafficking in
cocaine and possession of
paraphernalia, Floyd said,
noting, if convicted, Moorer
could face federal charges.
Trafficking in cocaine
carries a minimum of
Three years in prison,
PAIGE Floyd added.
Paige faces a charge of
possession of methamphet-
amine. According to her arrest report, she
"thought it was cocaine. Paige'stated that
she realized it was not cocaine after she
ingested some of the substance by snort-
ing it through her nose.",
Both' defendants were issued Feb. 17
court dates.
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


Lawmen, homeowners hunt
contractor with Crestview address
Investigators in Okaloosa and Volusia
counties are looking for a contractor they
say schemed homeown-
ers needing flood repairs
after Tropical Storm Fay
and disappeared with their
money.
Eric Young, 35, could be
in Northwest Florida, or he
might have fled out of the
state, lawmen said. He fac-
YOUNG es charges for grand theft,
organized scheming to de-
fraud and writing worthless checks.
Together, four homeowners say they
lost about $45,000 and had liens placed
against their property because of Young's
unpaid bills. The little work he finished
was shoddy. Investigators say Young's
customers paid him up-front for materi-
als and labor, and he cashed their checks
immediately. But when suppliers tried to
cash Young's checks to pay for the materi-
als, they bounced.
Those suppliers then came to
homeowners for money. By then, Young
was gone.
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His last known address was in Crest-
view. He islisted as 5 feet, 9 inches tall and
about 190 pounds with blue eyes, a shaved
head, a light complexion and a tattoo of
flames on his neck.
Anyone with information can contact
the Volusia County Sheriff's Office at 386-
254-4602, Crime Stoppers of Northeast
Florida at 888-277-TIPS, Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at 863-TIPS or the Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's Office at 651-7400. A
cash reward is possible.
Andrew Gant
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Waffle Houses receive bomb
threats, 'nothing suspicious' found
The Crestview Police Department
"didn't find anything suspicious" when
called to both Crestview Waffle House lo-
cations after bomb threats were phoned in
to both restaurants early Friday.
"We didn't find anything suspicious, so
customers were allowed back in and nor-
mal business resumed," said Lt. James
Lehnis of the Crestview Police Depart-
ment.
The buildings were evacuated during
the searches.
Lehnis said the voice on the calls
seemed to be that of a younger male "who
seemed intoxicated." The phone number
was untraceable.
The incident took place at about 2 a.m.
early Friday.
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Charges dropped
in 'Crestview kitty' case
It was an animal cruelty case that
sparked national attention and rallied
dozens of protestors, but charges involv-
ing the beating death of a kitten will be
dropped.
The state attorney's office filed paper-
work Friday to dismiss the case.
Michael Tracy Long Jr., 19, was arrest-
ed Aug. 26 and charged with felony animal
cruelty. His father, 40-year-old Michael
Tracy Long, was arrested two days later.
Assistant State Attorney Ace Grinsted
said statements were inconsistent and-
witnesses have brought up the name of
a third person who might be involved. On
top of that, a veterinarian has stated she
doesn't believe the kitten died in the way
described by witnesses.
Grinsted said prosecutors would not be
able to prove who killed the kitten "beyond
reasonable doubt."
Robbyn Brooks
Florida Freedom Newspapers


Animal cruelty case
opens in dog's death
LAUREL HILL A man arrested for
twice driving his vehicle over a dog will
appear in court soon on a misdemeanor
count of animal cruelty, days after pros-
ecutors dropped charges in another north
Okaloosa animal's death.
The 48-year-old man is scheduled to
plea Feb. 3.
His charges stem from a July 2007 in-
cident on Robinson Road, where a woman
said he drove his vehicle over her family's
dog, shut off his vehicle, restarted it and
again drove over the pet.
The dog, a 25-pound yellow mixed-
breed named Big Daddy, was dead when a
sheriff's deputy arrived. The woman said
the driver threatened to kill more dogs,
then left.
Andrew Gant
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Charges filed against Indiana pilot
who faked distress call
CHATTAHOOCHEE When the end
came for an Indiana businessman on the
lam, he literally had backed himself into a
corner.
Marcus Schrenker, 38, an amateur dare-
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his tent between two large V-shaped
wooden walls at the KOA campground in
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pack of Bud Light Lime, slit his left wrist
and waited for death, according to people
at the scene in Gadsden County.
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more than a dozen members of the Gads-
den County Sheriff's Office and U.S. Mar-
shals "stealthily" raided the campground
on foot and discovered Schrenker in his
tent, said Lt. Jim Corder of the Gadsden
County Sheriff's Office. He was charged
later Wednesday with intentionally down-
ing his plane and faking a distress call,
said Scott Wilson, a spokesman for the
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Florida.
Schrenker likely will face a parade of
legal proceedings in the coming months.
In addition to his federal charges for the
crash, he has been charged with acting
as a financial manager even though his
license had expired in Indiana. State regu-
lators also have filed complaints against
him that he unfairly charged seven inves-
tors some $250,000 in exorbitant fees he
didn't tell them about when they switched
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County new's topic. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.corp Web site.

Topic: Former President Bush gets high marks
from area history teachers.
Well stated gents! After a year of Obama and his not-
ready-for-primetime players, we'll be praying Bush was
back. Pearl Harbor was change. All change ain't always
a good thing! Thank you Mr. President for your service
to our nation, and may' God bless you and your family!

Topic: Local car dealer says bailout funds won't
affect local car sales.
I.am getting a laugh out of all these ads for Ameri-
can car companies touting their gas efficiency when for
,years that has been the last thing on their minds as they
crank out bigger and uglier SUVs that guzzle gas. How
hypocritical!

Topic: The North Okaloosa Fire District asks vot-
ers to approve a flat rate increase after a millage
funding option failed twice in 2008.
No new taxes!

If there are no new taxes, there isn't a fire depart-
ment. 'Nuff said.

Residents of NOFD mark March 10 on your calendar
and make sure you go vote. NOFD hopes you will not
vote and they can sneak this one through. We have al-
ready voted this down twice, but they are not satisfied
with our vote. They know better than we do what we
want and can pay for. NOFD residents need to go to one
of the meetings held every month and see for yourself
what is really going on. Dorcas fire district operates on
$82.50 per household, so why do we need to pay NOFD
$200-plus? Let's vote this down about 80 against to about
20 for, and maybe after three times the NOFD commis-
sioners will decide we are serious.

I find it very interesting many of you would rather the
NOFD close its doors just so you wouldn't have to pay a
little extra. We need this department to be able to afford
to run the calls. I do not believe that if the NOFD closes
its doors or goes 100 percent volunteer that we will get
the type of service we are getting now for any cheaper. I
hope everyone that did vote 'no' realizes if you ever need
the fire department, (if it is) a volunteer department,
there is nothing making any of these people go on the
call. As a paid department, you know that you will always
have someone coming. I have supported these guys in
the past and will continue to do so. Voteyes!

The person doing the budget for the NOFD needs to
be let go and they need to budget actual revenues and
not the other way around. The actual language of this
bothers me when it reads "annual increase." I will never
vote for this. The board should be all volunteer and use a
realistic budget! Vote no!

The state required NOFD to put the highest possible
millage in the last proposal (though) they had no inten-
tion of actually charging that much. This is a clearly
stated amount, so voters know exactly how much they
will be assessed. Unfortunately when the grant money
NOFD is currently using runs out, they will simply have
too little income for the amount of service-they are ex-
pected to provide. It's so very simple.

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


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Use your brains!
You can move the world with an idea,
but you have to think of it first."

ALAN ARKIN
(1934 -)
American actor,
as Leonard Hoffman in
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We've got elections.
We've got candidates.
Now, we need some
issues.
The News Bulletin will
begin previewing
the March 10
municipal election
contests in early
February.
We also
will sponsor
a candidates
forum Feb. 24 at KYLE
the Crestview (850) 6
Community Center.
Crestview and
Laurel Hill city council
meetings in 2008 produced
relatively few divisive
issues.
Only two issues
stirred any real degree of
controversy in Crestview:
Issue 1: The council
voted to transfer title of
the Alatex building to
Florida A&M University
for future use as a
pharmacy school/rural
diversity health care
center. Two of the council
members seeking re-
election Chip Wells and
Charles Baugh voted
in favor of the transfer.
(Lillie Conyers was
recovering from injuries
sustained in an auto
accident when the vote
was taken.) Those in favor
of the Idecision argued
the city risked losing the
project altogether without
swift action. Opponents
argued the city should


have pressed for a long-
term lease.
Issue 2: A decisive
number of council
members voted to take no
action on pair of,
proposals to allow
public beer sales
on city property
under certain
circumstances.
Wells twice voted
to allow the issue
to come to a public
lRIGHT hearing. Baugh
82-6524 and Conyers
voted one time
each to take no action.
(Baugh was not on the
board when the first vote
was held. Conyers was
recovering from injuries
sustained in an auto
accident when the second
vote was taken).
Laurel Hill City Council
meetings sometimes
featured prolific
discussions, but council
members generally came
to a consensus when votes
were taken.
Folks who attend
Laurel Hill City Council
meetings generally fall
into one of these schools
of thought:
The city might need
to spend some money to
make some money
A penny saved by the
city is a penny earned by
the city.
Should these issues
be revisited during the
2009 municipal election


Bonnie Rushton
Bridgeway Center Inc.
Driving Schools Program Director.

Recently, three local teenagers
were killed as a result of vehicle
crashes. The lives of those they
leave behind have been changed
forever.
Unfortunately, this tragedy is all
too common for our area. During
2008; four teens were killed in traffic
crashes in Okaloosa and Walton
Counties. On an average day in
the U.S., 10 teenagers are killed in
teen-driven vehicles. This is a death
toll that tops that of any disease or
injury for teens.
What parents should know about
teen drivers:
SA 16-year-old at the wheel has
a higher rate of involvement in
fatal crashes. A 16-year-old makes
driving errors, exceeds speed
limits, runs off roads and rolls his
or her vehicle over at higher rates
than older drivers.
SThey're riding with other
teens. Forty percent of 16-year-old


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drivers involved in deadly single-
vehicle crashes in 2003 had one or
more teen passengers. Teens' risk
of dying nearly doubles with the
addition of one male passenger, the
insurance institute says. The risk
more than doubles with two or more
yourig men in the car.
They're in teen-driven cars
after dark. Teen drivers are three
times as likely as drivers 20 and
older to be involved in fatal crashes
between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m., the
institute says, and 16-year-olds die
at night at twice the rate as in the
daytime.
The young driver loses control.
Driver error is involved in 77
percent of fatal crashes involving
16-year-old drivers but in less than
60 percent of crashes with drivers
20 and older. About a third of all
16-year-old drivers and a quarter of
17-to-19-year-old drivers involved in
fatal crashes rolled their vehicles.
Rollovers often occur when a driver
overcorrects and runs off the road.
Inexperienced teens are most likely
to do so.




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They're in an unsuitable
vehicle. Because they're in the age
group most likely to be involved .
in a crash, teens should occupy :
vehicles least likely to roll and
most protective when they crash,
highway safety experts, say. Yet
teens often wind up in small cars
that are especially vulnerable when
hit by larger vehicles.
They drive in more dangerous
regions. Eight of the 10 states with:
the highest teen-driver fatal crash,
involvement rates are in the South:
What can parents do?
Know the risks. Do not allow
your teen to ride in a vehicle with
another teen if at all possible. Have
your teen sign a driving safety
contract. Establish an, early curfew
for your teen to be home. d d
ensure your teen driver has the
driving experience necessary to
operate a vehicle safely.

For additional information
about teen driving safety and
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Local celebration builds on MLK's groundwork


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

With the theme "No
More Business as Usual,"
the annual Martin Luther
King Birthday Celebration
was held this past Thursday
evening at the Carver-Hill
Community Center.
Retired Army Sgt.
George Stakley Jr. presided
over a joyous community
event that was as much a
religious revival as it was
a celebration of the words,
accomplishments and spirit
of the revered civil rights
leader.
Despite the plummeting
temperatures, several'
dozen people braved the
chill to fill the hall. From
children eagerly gripping
their parents' hands to
retirees and several religious
leaders, a diverse audience
clung to the speakers'
remarks and sing along
with inspirational songs and
hymns.
Mayor David Cadle
read a proclamation
naming Monday, Jan. 19,
Martin Luther King Day
in Crestview, encouraging
all citizens to participate in
community events planned
for the occasion.
It was guest speaker
Minister Reggie
Washington, a former
Air Force chief master'
sergeant, member of the


presidential honor guard
and professional military
education instructor, who
most invigorated the
audience. Today he is a
minister at the New Life
International Worship
Center.
Sharing King's eloquent
words, Washington exhorted
the gathering, repeating the
refrain, "can you see what
I see?"
Washington cautioned
the audience neither to
rest on its laurels nor act
imprudently.
"'In the process of
gaining our rightful place,
we must not be accused
of wrongful deeds,"'
Washington quoted King.
"Say, 'don't do that'," to
which the audience called
out, "Don't do that!"
"Today we can't rest just
because President Obama
has stepped into that seat,"
Washington declared. "He
has some proving to do.
"Because somebody
gives you a title, don't take
it for granted," Washington
warned. "You may be the
big man today but you may
be the little man tomorrow."
The audience responded
with choruses-of "amens." .
"We have to allow that
burning thing inside of you
to motivate you to move
on," Washington' said.
"Because of what the true
leader has done his name


is Jesus you're free."
Excerpts and the theme
of King's famous "I have a
dream" speech were woven
through Washington's
remarks.
"'I've been to the
mountaintop and I've
seen the promised land,"'
Washington quoted King.
"If you're held down,
you've got to let yourself go,
because you're free now ...
You need to stop knocking
on doors that are already
open.
"I'm glad (King) wasn't
a procrastinator, and I'm
glad he wasn't lazy. I'm
glad he was able to step out
on his own and move in
that direction. I challenge
each of you here tonight
to move in Dr. King's
direction," Washington said
as he concluded his stirring
address.
Deacon Willie C.
Hutchinson delivered
concluding remarks, saying,
"There is a difference
that we can make. If we
say we're going to do
something, then do it!" he
challenged the audience.
"The door's open; walk
on in!"
See a photo gallery
from the Martin Luther
King Celebration at zwozu.
crestviezobulletin.com.


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
STARTING WITH A SONG: Baysine McDonald (right) leads a song during
Crestview's Martin Luther King Day Celebration as the Rev. Theodore Powell and his
wife Ruby join in.

Crestview parade honors King's legacy


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Carver-Hill Memorial & Historical
Society and the Concerned Citizens
Group of Crestview organized the
Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade


this past Saturday in downtown
Crestview.
Featured speaker was Charles
Baugh, Crestview city council
member.
See an online photo gallery from the
parade at www.crestviewbulletin.com


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LEADING THE PARADE: Members HELPING HAND: This young man
of the Concerned Citizens Group of lent a helping hand during the MLK
Crestview lead the parade honoring parade.
Martin Luther King Jr. on Crestview's
Main Street.


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Police BLOTTER


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More interesting tales
from our area law enforce-
ment agencies.

Audacious biker
Sometimes you must
grudgingly admire a per-
son's audacity.
While driving his Honda
motorcycle without insur-
ance, a 28-year-old Crest-
view man crashed the bike
into the back of a stopped
vehicle, damaging the front
and left side.
A couple weeks later
he listed the bike's parts
for sale on a motorcycle
enthusiasts' Web site and


started selling the bike
piece by piece.
A month after that he re-
ported the bike stolen to the
Crestview Police, actually
calling the case officer four
times with further "leads."
Three days after his
first report to police, he
acquired insurance for the
bike and attempted to have
it paid off by a gap insur-
ance policy, claiming it had
been totaled in an accident.
The man was arrested
on charges of filing false
and fraudulent insurance
claims, a false and fraudu-
lent insurance applica-
tion, false reports to law
enforcement authorities,
and false information to
law enforcement during an


investigation.
"The defendant advised
he does hot know the cur-
rent whereabouts of his
motorcycle," the arrest
report stated.

Where everybody
knows your name
If you're gonna rob one of
the only merchants in town,
it's probably not a good idea
to do it in your own small,
close-knit community.
A 23-year-old man in
one of north Okaloosa
County's smaller com-
munities discovered that
when he drove off without
paying for gas at the town's
only gas station. One of his
neighbors recognized him.


Less than two hours
later, he was arrested by
sheriff's deputies after a
short foot chase.
In addition to retail theft
charges, he earned charg-
es of resisting arrest and
driving with a suspended
license.

Big shot
A 22-year-old Crest-
view man was arrested at
a Destin sporting goods
store after a loss-preven-
tion officer observed him
opening a box of 50 bullets
and pouring them into his
pocket before he walked
out the front door.
Stopped by two loss-
prevention officers, the


guy claimed the bullets
were his and fled the scene
- back into the store.
"He ran in such a man-
ner that he was knocking
items over in the store and
ran into other (store) cus-
tomers," the arrest report
stated.
Store personnel eventu-
ally tackled the man and
held him for sheriff's depu-
ties, who found another
pack of bullets already in
his possession.
He was arrested for
petit theft and resisting.


Life is so unfair
A 21-year-old Crestview
man was arrested on crimi-
nal mischief charges after he


picked up a bottle and threw
it at a passing Mercedes,
denting the passenger door.
Under questioning, the
alleged bottle thrower stat-
ed, "he was upset because
he did not have a vehicle
but the victim was driving a
Mercedes." He admitted to
intentionally throwing the
bottle at the passing Benz
"and was trying to hit it."
Knowing the man had
medical issues, the offi-
cer asked if he was on any
medications. "He advised
that he has not taken any
medications in approxi-
mately three days," the
arrest report stated, "how-
ever he had smoked mari-
juana the previous day and
had not 'felt right since.'"


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beginning she was not fond
of school.
"She walked to school,
and the first year I went
with her because I was
afraid that she would turn
aroundand come back," re-
members Louise Kotarba.
She later asked, "Mama
is there anyplace we can
move that I don't have to go
to school."
But Norma soon decided
if she had to go to school,
she was going to do her
best, according to Louise.
It was apparently a com-
mitment she lived up to.
Crestview attorney and
former classmate Tommy
Holland remembers Nor-
ma as "a very brilliant and-
intellectual girl."
"She helped us out in
our schoolwork and was
a very caring and giving
person," said Holland, who
recalled their graduat-
ing class of 1964 was the
first from Crestview High
School with 100 members.
Ruby Howard Frabott,
another classmate arid
Crestview resident, de-
scribed Norma as "an
excellent student, with a


sweet disposition and very
caring of other people."
Frabott also fondly re-'
called how Norma had a
fantastic record collection
and garage at her house.
S"It was a luxury we
didn't all have, but she
was an only child. All of us
girls would get together
and practice the latest
dance steps in her garage,"
Frabott said.

'Enjoyed family and
friends'
Norma began dating
Jimmy Ates duiing her
junior year of high school.
The couple met through
a friend who was dating
a classmate of Ates from
Baker, where the two boys
attended school, according
to Louise Kotarba.
"She was going to school
to become a nurse, but she
backed out," Kotarba said.
Norma married Jimmy
Ates in a ceremony at the
First Baptist Church in
Crestview in October 1964,
four months after gradua-
tion.
The young couple lived


at varied military bases for
the next four years while
Jimmy served in the U.S.
Navy. He later attended
Central Bible College in
Springfield, Mo., where he
studied for the ministry
and completed his degree
at a nearby college.
Norma worked at a
bible-publishing house dur-
ing the same time period.
Upon returning to Flori-
da, Jimmy Ates preached in
Assembly of God Churches
in Walnut Hill and Pensaco-
la before moving to Pasca-
goula, Miss., where he built
the First Assembly of God
Church into one of the larg-
est in the area.
Adcording to a St. Pe-
tersburg Times Reporter,
Jimmy left the church
in the mid-1980s under
the suspicion of misusing
church money, No charges
were ever filed against
Ates, but a female church
member would later tell
detectives that he ap-
proached her with a large
sum of money and ask her
to run away with him.
Louise Kotarba said the
couple separated briefly af-


ter the time in Pascagoula.
Jimmy Ates returned to
Florida and purchased a
brick home in Baker. The
couple reconciled.
Norma Ates got a job as
a teller at the First Bank of
Crestview. She ate lunch at
her parent's home every-
day, but mentioned very
little about her marriage.
S "She told you what she
wanted you to know," ex-
plained Louise. "She was
one you just didn't press."
Jimmy began teaching
at Baker High School in the
fall of 1987.
Norma eventually con-
fided in her mom that she
"didn't know if she would
be able to live with Jimmy
if he didn't preach."
She later took a reception-
istjob at.the Crestview Medi-
cal Clinic, where she worked
at the time of her death.
Norma, Jimmy and her
parents ate lunch on the day
of her death at the Crest-
view home of her aunt and
uncle, WC. "Buck" Bryan
and his wife, Joyce.
"She enjoyed family and
friends. Just being with
them made her happy,"


Joyce Bryan said. "She re-
ferred to her mother as her
closest friend."
Some say the influence
of Bryan's late husband,
through his friendship with
then-Gov. Lawton Chiles,
resulted in the prosecution
of Jimmy Ates.
Jimmy Ates was con-
victed of his wife's murder
in 1998 and spent about
nine years in prison before
he was released last month
at the recommendation of
state's attorneys from the
8th Judicial District (see
'The Norma Jean Ates
case' sidebar). A new trial
was scheduled for Jan. 26.
Family members and
many friends of Norma
Jean Ates feel disillusioned
with the justice system.
In the words of Louise
Kotarba: "It just seems like
they have swept Norma un-
der the rug."

'It just hurts so
deeply'
Crestview pharmacist
and member of the CHS
class of 1964, Rick Moulton,
was a pallbearer at Norma


Jean Ates' funeral.
"I knew her all her life,"
he said. "Norma Jean was
a quiet, genuine person and
honest as the days were
long. I never knew anyone
with a negative thought
about her."
Attorney Bill Parker
was president of the class,
of 1964.
"I think everyone in the
class would say that Nor-
ma was a quiet, soft-spo-
ken person that would do
anything for you," he said.
"She was a typical south-
ern lady who would go
out of her way not to hurt
someone's feeling and a lot
like her mom, who believed
in treating people by the
golden rule."
Louise Kotarba said
"words cannot tell" how she
feels about her daughter.
"My life was forever
changed on that terrible
night when my daughter was
murdered," she said. "It just
hurts so deeply. It has made
my life a lot more difficult."

Share your memories of
Norma Jean Ates at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


The Norma Jean Ates case
A great amount of media attention has focused
on Jimmy Ates since the murder of his wife Norma
at their Baker home in 1991.
The case remained open until Jimmy's arrest
in 1997 and conviction the following year. In Febru-
ary 1999, Circuit Judge Jack Heflin sentenced Ates
to life in prison for the first-degree murder of his
wife. Circuit Judge William Stone overturned the
conviction in December 2008 and granted a new
trial at the recommendation of state attorneys
from the 8th Judicial Circuit, the same office that
prosecuted Ates.
The request for a new trial was based on expert
ballistics evidence presented at Ates' trial that has
been determined to be unreliable and inaccurate.
Comparative Bullet Lead Analysis (CBLA) was a
procedure in which scientists claimed to be able
to link bullets to a particular batch or box on the
basis of their chemical composition. In 2005, the
FBI discontinued its use of CBLA. Jimmy Ates is
the first person in the nation to have a conviction
overturned based on the FBI's disavowal of Com-
parative Bullet Lead Analysis.
Jimmy Ates was released from the Okaloosa
County Jail on Dec. 18, 2008, pending a new trial
set for January 26.
Outside the jail, Ates spoke to reporters and
television cameras about his faith in God, saying,
"it was the Lord who opened the door."
He said he wanted to see the state go to trial
and that, "We'll be prepared."
He credited two inmates in a Jackson County
institution and two Crestview residents for their
help in his case, as well as the Innocence Project
of Florida.
He stated, "its just great to be able to put my
arms around my daughter and hold her," referring
to his 14-year-old daughter by a second marriage
at his side.
Jimmy Ates made no mention of his late wife,
Norma Jean Ates, or any mention of justice for her
murder.
Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin


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SCHEUDLE
Thursday
High school boys
basketball
RubyJ. Gainer at Laurel
Hill, Varsity only, 7 p.m.
High school girls
basketball
Laurel Hill at Central, JV
6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
Baker at Cresiview, JV
5:30 p.m./V 6:45 p.m.

High school girls
weightliftng
Crestview at Baker, 3
p.m.

Middle School
basketball
Davidson at St. Mary's,
Girls.5 p.m./Boys 6:30
p.m.
Pryor at Richbourg, Girls
5 p.m./Boys 6:30 p.m. DOGGING A
weight cla
Middle School soccer
Richbourg at Pryor, Boys NW F
5 pm./Girls 6:15 p.m.
St. Mary's at Davidson,
Boys 5 p.m./Girls 6:15 Ran
p.m. Crestviev

Friday
High school boys Colin Si
basketball Vigren wer
Laurel Hill at Crestview, for the Cre
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m. team at tt
Baker at Jay, JV 6 p.m./ Panhandle
V 7:15 p.m. pionships
Smith, a
High School girls place in the
basketball Vigren, wh
Baker at Ponce de Leon, took third
JV 6 p.m./V 7:30 p.m. class.
The B
High School boys eighthinth
soccer with 86 poi
Crestview at Mosley, JV awaywitht
5 p.m./V 7 p.m. with 273 pc
second wit
Crestvie
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FOXWOOD COUNTRY about his t
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His and Her, Jan. 17 competitio
Flight A some 6f his
1. Dona Bouchard, were slowed
Mike Bouchard 80 "Danny
2. De Fischer, Tom placer (at
Fischer 88 he had to m
3. Gail Zwirblia, Bob of injury,"
Zwirblia 98


Flight B
1. Heidi Blair, John Blair


2. Krystal McLane,
Caleb Jackson 101
3. Kerry Barbee, Craig
Barbee 103

Flight C
1. Alayne-Ravelo, Ron
Magruder 99
2. Bonnie Rincon, Tim
Rinconr 1 10
3. Nancy Zapletal, Paul
Zapletal 1 12.

Hole in one
De Fischer had a hole-
in-one on No. 13 hitting an
8-iron. It was Fisher's first
hole-in-one.

Sunday Lowball
Jan. 18
1. Mike Bouchard,
Ferrell Sasser, Jerry
Maughon, -7
2. Kevin Kilpatrick,
Tanner Kilpatrick, Bobby
Kilpatrick, Bill Ward -5
3.John Blair, Ethan
Holmes, Jeff Holmes -4
4. Dave Campbell,
Dave Gansel, Tom Cook,
Aaron Odom -3
5. Don Kearney, Ron
Boisjolie, Jesse Dennis, Terry
Tillman -2

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from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Saturdays from 10 a.m. to
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MARIANNE LIJEWSKI I Florida Freedom Newspapers
VIKING: Crestview's Tanner Vigren (top) wrestles Fort Walton Beach's Gunner Lee in the 140-pound
iss on Saturday at Crestview High School during the Panhandle Championships.


lorida teams converged in Crestview for annual tourney


dy Dickson
w News Bulletin

mith and Tanner
-e the top Dawgs
estview wrestling
he fourth annual
Wrestling Cham-
on Saturday.
junior, took third
e 130-pound class.
o is also a junior,
in the 140-pound

ulldogs finished
he team standings
nts. Niceville ran
the championship
points. Mosley was
h 158 Vz points.
ew coach, Jeff
wasn't unhappy
eam's finish con-
he quality of the'
n and the fact
s better wrestlers
id by injuries.
Johnson's a
125 pounds) and
withdraw because
Fowler said. "A


couple of breaks here or
there and it's different.
"It was an awesome,
awesome competition to-
day. It went a lot longer than
we expected (ending at 10
pm.). We had got a late start
with some computer glitch-
es, but there was just some
great competition."
All but three schools with
wrestling teams (Lincoln,
Chiles and Wakulla) from
Tallahassee to Pensacola
were at the tournament.
The Panhandle Champi-
onships was Fowler's brain-
child four years ago.
It turned out to be every-
thing he was hoping for in a
tournament.
"The idea was just to
showcase our area," he said.
"People in other parts of
the state kind of badmouth
wrestling in this area, saying
there's not good wrestling.
"There is good wrestling.
up here, and that was the
whole idea, to showcase
the area. There's great
competition and the kids


wrestle tough."
Fowler will be leaving
Crestview at the end of the
year to head back to his
native Maryland, but he is
happy the tournament will
continue after he is gone.
"The neat ,thing about
this tournament is it will
continue on," he said. "Mos-
ley is going to take it and
they are just to keep on with
the Panhandle Champion-
ships."
Fowler credits the suc-
cess of the Panhandles for
opening other doors for
Crestview wrestling.
"We are the only school
west of Panama City to have
hosted a region, and (Pan-
ama City) has only done
it once," he said. "In a few
weeks we'll be hosting our
second region in the eight
years I've been here.
"The reason we are able
to do that is because of tour-
naments like this. In ,the
four years this has grown
into a premier event. This is
big stuff."


The week had further
meaning for Fowler and his
Bulldog team.
Crestview swept the We-
wahitchka quad meet on
Thursdayas Johnson picked
up his 100th career win and
Vigren picked up career win
number 90.
The Dawgs opened the
meet with a 42-25 victory
over Arnold to give Fowler
his 100th win as the Bulldog
coach. Crestview also beat
Wewa 42-33 and Marianna
60-9.
"The kids wrestled well
Thursday night," Fowler
said., "Danny Johnson got
his 100th win and Tanner
Vigren is just 10 wins away
from 100. There is big stuff
happening here.
"I think (getting 100
wins) makes for good his-
tory, whether my name is
associated with it or not.
You have people come and
look at it that, and they go,
'Wow, there's been success
here.' And success breeds
success."


Pyle knocks a homer with college choice


Crestview standout headed to NWF State


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview senior David
Pyle won't be going far to
play college baseball.
The pitcher/outfielder
signed with Northwest
Florida State College on
Thursday and is ready to
concentrate on his final
high school season.
"It's great to have the
stress relieved and know
I've already' signed some-
where," Pyle said. "I don't
have to think about getting
recruited or anything like
that.
"I always want to get
better and keep working as
hard as I can."
Pyle was the ace of thq
Bulldog pitching staff and
the team's leading hitter
last year. He posted a .481
batting average.
Bulldog coach Tim Gillis
is excited Pyle will have the
opportunity to play for the
Raiders.
"It's a great thing,"
he said. "David is a class
young man first of all, and
then obviously, his' playing
ability is great as well.
"It's always nice to be
able to help someone get
to the next level. I never
take credit for that because
I think the kid has to do
that on his own, but I'll do
my best to help them get
there."
First-year NWFSC
baseball coach Doug Mar-
tin believes Pyle can help
the Raiders in a variety of
ways.


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletir
MAKING IT OFFICIAL: Crestview High School senior
David Pyle signs a letter of intent to play baseball at
Northwest Florida State College starting next year.
With Pyle in the front row are his parents, Nancy
and Don. In back from left are NWF State College
coach Doug Martin and CHS coach Tim Gillis.


"We are excited about
the things he can bring us,"
Martin said. "He's an ath-
lete and he can run, hit and
throw. He's a left-handed hit-
ter and left-handed thrower,
and we are looking for a lot
of those kind of guys.
"He's going to bring
some versatility to us. He's
going to have a chance to
play. the outfield, and we
also are going to give him a
look on the pitching mound
in the fall to see how that
goes."
Pyle assessed his own
strengths and gave his
take on what position he
prefers.
"My strengths are my
speed, my intelligence, and
Yt


I make good contact on the
ball," he said. "I don't mind
pitching, but I prefer hitting
and playing the outfield."
It isn't just Pyle's ability
on the field that impresses
Martin.
"David brings great
character with him," he
said. "He's a super kid.
He's a real good student.
"He's serious about
baseball, and we want that
player."
Gillis has watched Pyle
improve every year and
expects more of the same
'from him in his last go-
round with the Bulldogs.
"I think his whole pack-
age has gotten better in
every aspect from pitching
- ---- - ---


College
to hitting," Gillis said. "He
had a great year hitting last
year. If he can do that again
it will be great.
"He hit .481 last year,
and obviously I don't expect
him to think he has to go
out there and do that again.
He'll be fine because he re-
ally is the whole package."
Pyle will join a line of
former Bulldogs who have
played for the Raiders, in-
cluding Jameson "Parker,
Trey Hayes and Anthony
Brown.
Martin hopes the base-
ball pipeline from Crest-
view to Niceville will pro-
duce even more Bulldogs
staying in Okaloosa County
to start their college base-
ball careers.
"Tim Gillis is the guy
that made the phone call to
us and told us about David,"
he said. "I've had some of
coach Gillis' players over
in Pensacola (Martin pre-
viously was an assistant
coach at Pensacola Junior
College), and I have a lot
of respect for his baseball
knowledge and how he con-
ducts his program. .
"Every year when we
start our recruiting, Crest-
view is one of the schools
on our list as coaches that
is a must-see because they
are going to have some
guys that can play."

'News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson
says the Northwest Florida
State College baseball pro-
gram should persue even
more local players. See his
thoughts on page B3.


B
Section


Page 1


Sports

BRIEFS

BOYS BASKETABLL
Ruby Gainer 58,
Laurel Hill 51
S The Hoboes fell in
District 1-1A action Jan.
12.
LHS6 11 20 14 -51
RJG9 16 19 14 58
Laurel Hill Jared
Pickron 13, Ethan Jackson
9, Seth Strickland 17,
Issiac Williams 12.

Baker 77,
Ponce de Leon 65
The Gators remained
perfect in District 1:2A play
Jan. 13 as four players
scored in double-figures.
PDL 17 10 14 24
-65
Bak23 19 17 18
77
Baker Colton
Henry 8, Josh Rose 10,
Josh Yost 6, Colten Jernigan
2, Chad Donley 15,
Brandon Ates 3, Carreron
Davis 1, Bill Copeland 3,
Stephen Shelley 16, Jarrod
Batson 13. Totals: 177
22-29 77.

Escambia 66,
Crestview 59
The Bulldogs' tough
luck season continued Jan.
13 as Crestview fell to
Escambia.
Escambia 12 13 16
23 66
Crestview 12 129 26
59
Crestview Antyrun
Coleman 5, Justin Cline
2, Jaquarius Raison Craig
3, Chris Pickett 6; Cortez
Whatley 2, Shykeem
Jackson 14, Darius
Applewhite 11, Martez
House 2, Carter Hamlin
14. Totals: 22 3 6-9 59.

Pace 78,
Crestview 54
The Dawgs fell in
District 1-5A action against
the district-leading Patriots.
C C 11 12 15 16 54
P 26 9 18 25 78
Crestview Antryun
Coleman 6, Justin Cline
4, Jaquarius Raison Craig
2, Chris Pickett-8, Cortez
Whatley 3, Shykeem
Jackson 2, Jordan Glover
2, Darius Applewhite 2,
Martez House 5, Carter
Hamlin 20.

Crestview 52,
Walton 44
Crestview was in dire
need of a win and a got
big one Friday night.
C 168 10'18 -52
W 8 105 11 -44
Crestview Chris
Pickett 15, Shykeem
Jackson 10, Jordan Glover
5, Darius Applewhite 19,
Carter Hamlin 3. Totals:
18 1 13-23 52.

Paxton 74,
Laurel Hill 56
Paxton remained un-
beaten in District 1-A play.
The Hoboes (7-7, 2-3)
kept the game close in the
first half thanks to Issiac
Williams who matched
Vickers with 25 points.
Williams had 16 points at
the intermission as Laurel
Hill only trailed 34-29 at
the break.
Pax 16 18 1723
74
LHS 14 15 14 13
56
Laurel Hill Jarod
Pickron 4, Ethan Jackson
13, Will Sherwood
1, Seth Strickland 1 1,
Issiac Williams 25, Zeb
Strickland 2. Totals 15 7
5-15 56.

Baker 72,
Vernon 45
The Gators' march
through District 1-2A con-
tinued Friday night with a
lopsided win.
B 24 19 17 12 -72
V 12 17610-45
Baker Colton
Henry 8, Josh Rose 8,
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Wednesday, January 21, 2009


THE WEEK IN PHOTOS


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
LOOKING FOR AN ESCAPE: Crestview's Jordan Mitchell
wrestles Gulf Breeze's Taylor Retherford, top, on
Saturday in the 171-pound weight class during the
Panhandle Championships at Crestview High School.


RIGHT DOGLEG: Crestview's Danny Johnson, left, wrestles against Wewahitchka's Daniel House on Saturday in
the 125-pound weight class during the Panhandle Championships at Crestview High School.


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
SCORING A TAKEDOWN: Crestview's Colin Smith, top,
wrestles Choctawhatchee's Nick Hunter in the 130-
pound weight class on Saturday during the Panhandle
Championships at Crestview High School.


NICKTOMECEK
I Florida Freedom
Newspapers
STAREDOWN:
Crestview's
Terrell
Williamson,
right, prepares
to wrestle
Wewahitchka's
Matt Irwin in
the 145-pound
weight class on
Saturday during
the Panhandle
Championships
at Crestview
High School.


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
FACING OFF: Crestview's Darrell Williams, right,
wrestles Pace's lan Jones in the+ 135-pound
weight class on Saturday during the Panhandle
Championships at Crestview High School.


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TOP SCORER: Issiac
Williams shoots a,3-
pointer for Laurel Hill's
boys basketball team
against Paxton Friday.
Williams led the Hoboes
with 25 points, but Paxton
prevailed 74-56.


BILL GAMBLIN I
Florida Freedom
Newspapers
GOING UP
STRONG:
Crestview's
Carter Hamlin
goes up in the
lane against
a pair of Pace
defenders
during the
Dawgs'
game against
the Patriots
Thursday.


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Youth leagues play the name game



Registration underway for spring baseball and softball


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

To many parents "Little
League" is to youth base-
ball as "Xerox" is to a copy
machine.
But, just as not every
copier is a Xerox, not ev-
ery youth league is Little
League.
Little League is a trade-
mark of the youth baseball
program based in William-
sport, Pa., and is probably
the most famous youth
league in the world.
"I run into that all the
time," Crestview Parks
and Recreation director
Chuck Powell said. "Peo-
ple will call and ask, 'Is
this where we sign up for
Little League Baseball?'
"My first response is to
ask them if they are talk-
ing about youth league
baseball or a Little League
franchised program. Most
of the time they are just


talking about youth base-
ball."
Powell admits when he
says "baseball" he also is
referring to youth-league
softball as well.
The city of Crestview
baseball and softball pro-
grams both are affiliated
with the Dizzy Dean pro-
gram.
"I like being franchised
with Dizzy Dean because
they allow you what they
call local league auton-
omy;" Powell said. "You
can run your program any
way you want to. There
is no district director or
regional director coming
over here and making
sure we are doing every-
thing by the book.
"They allow us to
shape the rules to fit
some of the special needs
we may have. We have
what we call park rules
and the Dizzy Dean base-
ball rulebook. I always tell


CITY OF CRESTVIEW
BABSEBALL/SOFTBALL
Crestview Parks and Recreation Department
will continue to take registration for baseball
and softball for kids 5-15 through the end of the
month at Twin Hills Park weekdays from 8 a.m.
until 5 p.m. There also will be a registration this
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2p.m.

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.noya.org or
in person at Sports 2000, 314 S. Ferdon Blvd.
(next to Good Things Donuts) weekdays from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Proof of age as of April 30, 2009 is
required.


my coaches if the park always go with the park
rules conflict with the rules because most of our
Dizzy Dean rulebook you park rules have to do with


safety things and player
participation."
One of the major dif-
ferences in the Crestview
rules and the Dizzy Dean
rulebook is in player par-
ticipation.
Dizzy Dean requires
every player get into a
game for two innings in
the field and one at-bat.
Powell takes it a step
further in Crestview and
makes it even more play-
er-friendly.
The games in Crest-
view are 90 minutes or six
innings, whichever comes
first. Powell requires that
a player gets to play ei-
ther 45 minutes or three
innings.
Another factor in se-
lecting Dizzy Dean: The
locations of district and
region tournaments don't
require a family to travel
any further than Pensac-
ola or Panama City for the
first few of rounds of tour-


nament play.
Powell doesn't feel
threatened or in competi-
tion with other youth base-
ball/softball programs in.
the area. In fact, he is pull-
ing for the new Cal Rip-
ken/Babe Ruth organiza-
tion to do well.
"That's a relief valve
for us because we are
slammed during baseball
season," he said. "We have
limited facilities and I do
have to be real creative
sometimes with our sched-
uling just to get games in
for the number of kids that
we have registered.
"If they don't succeed,
we will have anywhere
from 200-220 more kids.
It's not that I want to
sound like, 'I'm glad we
don't have those kids be-
cause we couldn't handle
them.' We would find a way
to make it happen, but it
does provide us some re-
lief."


I covered what
is now the North-
west Florida State
College baseball
program for more
than seven years
while I was work-
ing for the North-
west Florida Daily RANI
News. DICKS
I can only think North End
of three former
Crestview players and one
former Baker standout who
played on the team during
that time.
In fact, there really
weren'ta lot of players on
the team from any other
part of Okaloosa County,
either.
Id say there were maybe
20 locals players, give or
take two or three, who suit-
ed up for the Raiders during
that time.
That's why f was excited
to hear new Raider coach
Doug Martin wants to keep
local talent home.
He understands not
every Okaloosa County kid
is going to want to stick
around for two years and
play for the Raiders. He ac-
cepts that even if it is only
a relatively short drive to
Chipola or Gulf Coast, some
kids want to go away to
school and begin to stretch
their wings.
The good news: If a lo-
cal kid has enough talent to
compete in the Panhandle
Conference, chances are
Martin will be coming after
him.
I"We are going to start
recruiting right here in our
own backyard, and certainly
Crestview would be in that
area;" he said. "And the best
players here locally will
know that we want them.
These guys are going
to know that they have
a chance to have their
families come and watch
them play. And then we will
branch out recruiting from
there. But every year it's
going to start in our own
backyard."
"A phone call from Bull-
dogs coach Tim Gillis to
Martin started the ball roll-
ing for the Raiders to sign
David Pyle. Martin made it
clear that when Gillis calls
with a prospect, NWF State
College will give more than
lip service to that player.


DY
ON
IZone


I hope Martin
feels the same way
about a call from
any coach in Oka-
loosa County. Neither
Baker nor Laurel
Hill have a baseball
tradition as deep
as Crestview's, but
on occasion those
schools will produce


a player who can
play in the Panhandle Con-
ference.
I think it would be great
to see 10 or more local kids
leading the charge for the
Raiders each year.
Can you imagine a
roster with the best from
Crestview, Choctawhatchee,
Niceville and Fort Walton
Beach, with the occa-
sional Hobo or Gator on the
squad? I think they'd fill the
stands and sell all the pop-
corn most home games.
I've long contended
NWF State College should
be in the thick of things ev-
ery year for conference and
state championships.
Niceville is a great com-
munity. Okaloosa County
is a super place to live. The
college has athletic facili-
ties that are second-to-none
and a strong academic
reputation. All of those
things should mix well in
the formula for success.
Addifig local players to
the mix is simply the icing
on the cake.
Should NWF State Col-
lege focus more on local
talent? Post your thoughts
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


BRIEFS from page B1


Josh Yost 4, Colton Jernigan 2, Chad
Donely 15, Cameron Davis 5, Phillip
Hills 1, Bill Copeland 4, Stephen
Shelley 10, Jarrod Batson 15. Totals:
198 10-14 72.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Baker 47, Jay 27
Dani Mayhair scored 1 1 points and
Courtney Fountain pulled down 16
rebounds and dished out five assists Jan.
12 as the Gators cruised to victory.
Baker also got nine points and seven
rebounds from Shanna Cobb.
J 1.76 13 27
B 12 7 2 16 47
Baker Carly Barton 7, Haley
Wagner 5, Courtney Fountain 9,
Shanna Cobb 9, Alyssa Horn 2, Caitlin
Holley 2, Dani Mayhair 11. Totals: 16
29-1647

Paxton 56, Laurel Hill 30
Laqueatta Williams led Laurel Hill
with 13 points on Jan. 12, but the
Hoboes.remained winless in District
1-1A play
Pax 16 12 8 20 56
LHS 13 7 46 30
Laurel Hill Jenny Brown 3,
Laqueatta Williams 1 3, Brooke Hansen
3, Alex Castlebarry 1, Tuyen Morris 1,
Kasey Harrison 1, Nyiece Underwood
8. Totals: 5 3 11-24 30.

Tate 40, Crestview 35
A late CHS rally came up short as
the Dawgs dropped a District 1-5A con-
test on Jan. 12
C 8 8415 35
T 8 12 1010-40
Crestview Monique Thurman
13, Holly Stanford 8, Jordan Thurman
6, ArguitaJernigan 6, Danica
Applewhite 2.

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Thursday in the matchup between the
Baker and Paxton girls basketball teams,
the game seemed destined to be a low-
scoring, closely contested affair.
It didn't take long into the third
quarter before Paxton turned it into a
full-fledged rout.
After entering intermission up 1 1-10,
Paxton outscored Baker 26-9 in the
second half to run away with the 37-18
win.
The Gators scored just three points
over a 17-minute stretch in the second
half before throwing in five quick gar-
bage points in the waning moments.
"That's probably the worst game
we've played all year," said Baker
coach Kathy Combest, shaking her
head in disbelief. "I know we've got
eighth graders and some young kids,
but we know this game. I'm just per-
plexed."
P29 15 11 37
B6427- 18
Baker Dani Mayhair 7,
Courtney Fountain 8, Alyssa Horn 2,
Shanna Cobb 1. Totals: 8 0 2-10 18.

Rocky Bayou Christian 49,
Laurel Hill 20
Jenny Brown led Laurel Hill with eight
points on Thursday
RBC 17 10 175 49
LHS 7 2 2 9 20
Laurel Hill Jenny Brown 8,
Laqueatta Williams 4, Brooke Hanson
4, Tuyen Morris 3, Kasey Harrison 1.
Totals: 8 0 2-1 1 20.

Baker 47, Vernon 8
The Gators collected the easy District
1-2A victory Friday.
Alyssa Horn had 19 points and
five rebounds while Courtney Fountain
chipped in nine points, eight rebounds
and seven assists.
B 19 144 10 47
V 2 2 1 3-8


Baker Carly Barton 6, Haley
Wagner 2, Courtney Fountain 9,
Shanna Cobb 4, Alyssa Horn 19,
Hannah McGraw 2, Dani Mayhair 5.
Totals: 19 1 6-10 47

GIRLS WEIGHTLIFTING
Section 1 meet
Baker (38 points) finished third in
the Section 1 meet this past Thursday
at Choctawhatchee. Choctawhatchee
edged Fort Walton Beach 53-52 for
the team title, while Niceville (23),
South Walton (13) and Crestview (12)
rounded out the field.
Baker, which had one first-place
finisher in Miranda Goodwin (199),
advanced eight lifters.to the next
nevel of competition. Caitlin Arzaga
(second, 101) and both Alexa Farris
and Amber Barrow moved on from the
1 10 division. Naomi Langley finished
third in the 169 class. Rebecca Smart
(second, 183), Samantha Sierra (third,
199) and Ashley Corley (second,
unlimited) also advanced to the Super
Qualifier.
Team standings: Choctaw 53,
FWB 52, Baker 38, Niceville 23,
South Walton 13, Crestview 12.
Local individuals: 101: 2.
Caitlin Arzaga (B) 155; 169: 3.
Naomi Langley (B) 265; 183: 2.
Rebecca Smart (B) 220; 199: 1.
Miranda Goodwin (B) 250, 3.
Samantha Sierra (B)'175. Unlimited:
2. Ashley Corley (B) 85.

GIRLS SOCCER
Crestview 3, Tate 0
Aly Altonen, Tiffany Souders, and
Erin Donovan scored a goal apiece
for the Dawgs on Thirsday.
"The game was a cold one but
the players did not let that affect their
game," CHS coach Carbos Bonilla .
said. "This was a key game in prepa-
ration for districts."


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Business


EXTENSION CONNECTION


Getting you the

pesticide license you

need is our business


Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Carr, Riggs and


Ingram opens


new office


Sheila Dunning
UF/IFAS
Okaloosa County Extension

Florida law, requires
anyone performing pest
control services (applying
insecticides, herbicides
and fungicides, including
weed 'n' feed products) to
have a pest control busi-
ness license from the De-
partment of Agriculture
and Consumer Services.
If you are a landscape
maintenance operator,
then you cannot apply
any pesticides, including
Roundup, as part of your
services without first ob-
taining the proper certifi-
cation. Operating without
one could mean a $5,000
fine. Even more, it could
increase your liabilityin
the event of an accidental
spill.
You can earn your
Limited Commercial
SLandscape Maintenance
pesticide license, and the
County Extension office
can help. To get licensed,
you need to take a six-
hour course and a written
exam. UF/IFAS Extension
in Okaloosa County has


UFLORIDA
FAS Extension
access to all the Universi-
ty of Florida's resources,
allowing us to make the
pesticide course easy, in-
teresting and useful. The
licensing course provides
you information on issues,
such as laws, safety, label-
ing and integrated pest,
management.
Landscape mainte-
nance personnel will have
the opportunity to attend
the required six-hour
training course on Feb.
5 and take the certifica-
tion exam immediately.
following. Currently certi-
fied applicators can earn
the required continuing
education units needed to
renew. Materials are lim-
ited, so be sure to register
by Jan. 26. For costs and
additional information,
please contact the Oka-
loosa County Extension
office at 689-5850.

SSheila Dunning is the
UF/IFAS Okaloosa Coun-
ty Commercial Horticul-
ture extension agent.


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THESE LITTLE PIGGIES WENT TO THE BANK: Enter your
piggy bank in the Piggy Bank Pageant during the
Eco-Nomic Living Expo.


Go hog wild for

piggy bank contest


Special to the News Bulletin
Just what is a Piggy
Bank Pageant? Just the
most popular event for
kids at the Eco-Nomic
Living Expo.
Kids create piggy
banks through local
schools, businesses and
organizations. The piggy
banks arejudged, and the
winners are displayed at
the Expo. Expo attend-
ees vote on their favorite
piggy bank, and the win-
ner receives the People's
Choice Award.
Piggy banks are deco-
rated and created from
milk cartons, soda bot-
tles, shoeboxes or any-
thing imaginable. There
are two categories for en-
tries: Ages 7 and younger
and ages 8 through 12. If


your organization would
like to host a contest and
teach children to save,
contact Evita Garcia
at 862-0111 ext. 1316 or
egarcia@eglinfcu.org or
contact Georgia James
at 651-4505. Entry dead-
line is Feb. 10.
The Eco-Nomic Living
Expo will have free exhib-
its and educational and
fun activities for families.
The Expo will be at the
NWF State College cam-
pus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Feb. 21. Sponsorships, ex-
hibitors and "green" con-
tributors are encouraged
to get involved.
Please check the
www.okaloosasaves.org
Web site for updated in-
formation. If you want
to get involved, then call
689-5850.


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RIBBON CUTTING: A ribbon cutting recently was held
at the new office of Carr, Riggs and Ingram CPA in
Crestview. The office is located at 919 West James
Lee Blvd.



Business BRIEFS


Honorary bank
board member has
Crestview ties
Beach Community
Bank announces the ad-
dition of Dr.. Judith Ring
to its Pensacola Honorary
Board of Directors. Ring, a
Pensacola native, is an aca-
demic counselor at Choc-
tawhatchee
High School
in Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
Ring is com-
pleting her
38th year in
education.
Ring
moved to RING
Okaloosa
County in
1987. There, she continued
hei career as a classroom
teacher, elementary guid-
ance counselor and high
school counselor. Upon her
retirement from education,
she will oversee the opera-
tions of Speedee Cash Man-
agement Co., in Crestview.
Her husband, David Ring,
founded and operated the
company until his death in
June 2008.Mr. Ring served
on the Pensacola Honorary
Boarduntil his death.
Beach Community Bank
is a locally owned and man-
aged community bank with
13 branches in Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
South Walton County.

Government
contracting seIminar
JobsPlus and several
other companies are of-
fering a procurement-op-
portunities seminar from
8:15 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 29
at the UF Research and
Engineering Education
Facility, 1350 N. Poquito
Road in Shalimar.
Learn how to register as
a federal contractor, locate
and bid on contracts, fed-
eral compliance require-
ments and more.
You must be registered
to attend. Sign up by con-
tacting Tom Frost at 850-
833-7587 ext. 218, tfrost@
jobsplus02.com or by fax at
833-3924.

School district
publishing scholarship
opportunities
You can publicize schol-
arships for local students
in a new section of the Oka-
loosa County School Dis-
trict Web site.
Because many students
are in need of financial as-
sistance for college and


many scholarship donors
find it difficult to publicize
their scholarships, the
OCSD is preparing a sec-
tion where it will post all
local scholarships on the
district Web site at www.
okaloosaschools.com.
If your organization of-
fers scholarship opportuni-
ties, please send a brief de-
scription of the scholarship
along with an electronic
application form and con-
tact information to Tricia
Branagan at webmaster@
okaloosaschools.com or
850-897-8458 or Ester Mold-
er at emolder@uwf.edu or
833-3743.

Sims new PA manager
at Gulf Power
Sandy Sims is the new
public af-

Power Com-
pany. She
will be the
spokesper-
son for the
company
and direct SIMS
all corpo-
rate com-
munications and economic
development functions.
Sims previously was the
district manager for the
Fort Walton Beach District
and played a lead role in ex-
ternal affairs for the area.

Lakeview Center Inc.
honors a champion
Amy Boudreaux, a fam-
ily services counselor for
FamiliesFirst Network in
Okaloosa County; was se-
lected a Lakeview Center
Inc. "Champion" for sur-
passing all standards and
exemplifying exceptional
commitment to doing what
is good and right.
Boudreaux was recog-
nized for remaining with a
teenage client throughout
the girl's labor and delivery,
coaching and encouraging
the young mother as she
gave birth. In another case,
she faithfully transported
a client a youth living in
foster care to his twice
weekly, after-school band
practices even though it
meant remaining on duty
until after 9 p.m.
Lakeview Center Inc.
is a network of behavioral
health, vocational and child
protective services.There
are more than 60 programs
and settings within the
Lakeview Center network,
which covers Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton counties.


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sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as ao the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this court
on January 12, 2009.
DON HOWARD
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
AARON B. WENTZ,
ESQ.
AARON B. WENTZ,
P.A.
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Driveways, Tear Outs
Replacements Sidewalks
Lic/Insured.
Free est. 543-7743


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


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Repairs, Remodeling
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
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6 SCHOOL AVENUE
ESTVIEW, FLORIDA
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gal # 100490
IN THE CIRCUIT
URT OF THE FIRST
UDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF
LORIDA IN AND
OR OKALOOSA
)UNTY CASE NO.
)08-CA-006647 S
NK OF AMERICA,
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ntiff,


RRIN W. HABEL,
al.
endants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
: DARRIN W. HABEL
lose residence is: 18
ALIMAR DR
ALIMAR, FL, 32579
08 COLONY LANE
TENINO, WA,
589
: APRIL V. HABEL
lose residence is 18
ALIMAR DR
ALIMAR FL, 32579
308 COLONY LANE
TENINO, WA,
589
live, and if dead, all
ties claiming interest
throuh, under or
ainst DARRIN W.
BEL; APRIL V. HABEL
I all parties having or
ming to have any
it, title, or interest in
property described
sin.
U ARE NOTIFIED that
action for Foreclosure
Mortgage on the fol-
ing described prop-
y:
PARCEL OF LAND
SECTION 6
WNSHIP 2
UTH RANGE 23
EST IN OKALOOSA
UNTY FLORIDA
SCRIBED AS A
RTION OF LOT 3,
OCK 3, SHALIMAR
SUBDIVISION AS
:ORDED IN PLAT
OK 1, PAGE 91
THE OFFICIAL
CORDS AND
)RE PARTICULAR-
Y
SCRIBED AS BE-
INING AT THE
)RTHEASTERLY
)RNER OF SAID
T 3; THENCE


PERIODS SET SOUTHWESTERLY
I IN SECTION ALONG THE SOUTH-
F02 OF THE WESTERLY LINE OF
DA PROBATE SAID LOT 3 70.03
WILL BE FOR- FEET ALONG THE
BARRED. ARC OF A CURVE,
CONCAVE NORTH-
VITHSTANDING WESTERLY, HAVING
TIME PERIODS A RADIUS OF
ORTH ABOVE, 1 3 3 5 0
CLAIM FILED FEET. A CENTRAL AN-
W 0 GLE OF 62'43'38"
ARS OR MORE WEST. A DISTANCE
S THE OF 144.88 FEET TO
)ENT'S DATE OF THE EASTERLY
I IS BARRED. RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE
OF RELOCATED
te of first publica- SHALIMAR, DRIVE
his notice isJanu- (50' R/-, THENCE
2009 NORTHEASTERLY
ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY,
51.55 FEET ALONG
THE ARC OF A
CURVE, CONCAVE
UFV rf 1 EASTERLY, HAVING
A RADIUS OF
1 7 5 0 0
FEET, A CENTRAL AN-
GEL OF 18.'62'40",
AND A CHORD
E BEARING NORTH
33"22"08 EAST
51.35 FEET TO A
POINT OF REVERSE
S CURVATURE: THENCE
VNTEK,LLC CONTINUING
Maintenance ALONG SAID
:aping, Irrigaton, RIGHT-OF-WAY
Tree insaton 18.76 FEET ALONG
Dirt work, Bob THE ARC OF A
services Trenching C U R V E
ebrns Hauling CONCAVE NORTH-
ee Estimates. WESTERLY HAVING
865-3266 or A RADIUS OF
316 Li Insured, 1153.50 FEET A
er ad Overly CENTRAL ANGLE OF
00'55'54", AND A
NORTH 37'23'58"
EAST, 15.76 FEET TO
THE NORTHERLY
KE GOLLES LINE OF SAID LOT 3;
PAINTING THENCE SOUTH
or, exterior, also 52'43'38" EAST
ure washing. Li- ALONG SAID
S& Insured. Free NORTHERLY LINE. A
es. Ph. 682-5347. DISTANCE OF
citizen discounts. 1 5 0 0 0
- FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
a/k/a 18 SHALIMAR
DR SHALIMAR, FL
NT Metal 32579
building has been filed against
I match any you and you are,
, of the same. r e q u ii re d
0) 983-2296 to serve a copy of your


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written defenses if any,
to it, on Nwabufo
Umunna, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address
is 2901 Stirling Road,
Suite 300, Fort Laud-
erdale, Florida 33312
e i -
ther on or before Febru-
ary 26, 2009 and file
the original with he Clerk
of. this Court either
b e f a r e
service on Plaintiff's
a t t o r -
ney or immediately,
t h e r e -
after; otherwise a default
will be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the com-
plaint.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court this
12 day of January
2009.
Don W. Howard
As Deputy Clerk
By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice of
Action, Complaint and
L i s
Pendens were sent to the
defendants and address
named above.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than seven 17)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
85 6517497 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
SHALIMAR FL, 32579. It
hearing impaired, con-
tact ITDD) 8009558771
via Florida Relay System.
This is an attempt to
collect a debt. any
information ob-
tained will be used
for that purpose.
01/17/09
01/24/09

LEGAL # 120147
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CMIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
56
38 DIVISION: FILE.:
F08053794
SUNTRUST BANK,
N.A
Plaintiff,
VS.
WENDY BUTTKE et
al,
al,Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
WENDY BUTTKE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 1741 N Pearl
Street
Crestview, F 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
1741 N Pearl Street
Crestview, Fl 32536
JASON T. BUTTKE
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS: 1741NPearl
Street
Crestview, FI 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
1741 N Pearl Street
Crestview, FI 32536
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTISI
WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE -WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
in roeerty in
OKALOSS HCounty,
Florida:
COMMENCING AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF THE WEST ONE
HALF OF THE SOUTH-
WEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER
OF SECTION 8, TOWN-
SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
23 WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
CEED WEST 210.00
FEET; THENCE NORTH
355.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 85.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 23 MINUTES 06
SECONDS 177.80 FEET
THENCE SOUTH 85.00
FEET THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 23 MIN-
UTES 06 SECONDS
WEST 177.80 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING.
has been filed against


you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any,
on or before February
23, 2009 on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or peti-
tion.
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 7 day of January,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrell
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tam a, Florida
33622-5018
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 (856) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
01/14/2009
01/21/2009


LEGAL# 120149

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.2007CA005621S
DIVISION: FILE
NO.:F07053656
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS INDEN-
TURED TRUSTEE FOR
THE BENEFIT OF THE
CWABS INC
ASSET-BACKED
NOTES, SERIES
2007-SEA1,
Plaintiff,

vs.

ROGER R.
BRUNSON, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated Janu-
ary 7, 2009 and entered
in Case NO. 2007 CA
005621 S of the Circuit
Court of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein THE
BANK OF NEW YORK,
AS INDENTURED TRUS-
TEE, FOR THE BENEFIT
OF THE CWABS, INC,
ASSET-BACKED NOTES:
SERIES 2007-SEA1 is
the Plaintiff and ROGER
R. BRUNSON; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bid-
der fbr cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 17
day of February, 2009
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
BEGIN AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF LOT
52, BLOCK D,
CALHOUN'S SECOND
REVISION, DESTIN,
FLORIDA, PROCEED
NORTH 50 DEGREES 21-
MINUTES EAST ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF
LOT 52 100.00 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 39 DE-
GREES 39 MINUTES
WEST 120.00 FEET
ALONG THE EAST
PROPERTY LINE,
THENCE SOUTH 50 DE'
GREES 21 MINUTES
WEST 100.00 FEET PAR-
ALLEL TO THE SOUTH
LINE OF LOT 52,
THENCE SOUTH 39 DE-
GREES 39 MINUTES
EAST 120.00 FEET
ALONG THE WEST
PROPERTY LINE TO THE


POINT OF BEGINNING.
THIS PROPERTY IS FUR-
THER DESCRIBED AS BE-
ING THE SOUTHEAST
120.00 FEET OF LOT
52, CALHOUN'S SEC-
OND REVISION AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
2 PAGE 43A OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 314 CALHOUN
AVENUE, DESTIN, FL
32541
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within.sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on January 9, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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 .oulevard East, Crest-
view FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceedin 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 (856) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
01/14/2009
01/21/2009

LEGAL # 120151
NOTICE OF SALE
FEDERAL LIEN CORP.
will sell at Public Sale at
Auction the following ve-
hicles to satisfy lien pursu-
ant to Chapter 713.585
of the Florida Statutes on
Feb. 12, 2009 at
10:00A.M.
LOT # A26164 1993
Black Mazda CV VIN#
JM1NA3512P1421020
Located at: QUALITY IM-
PORTS 1006 N. Beal
PKWY Ft. Walton Bch. FL
32547 (850)863-2161
Owner: JUDITH ANNE
NAZZARO 1 Bay DR NE
Fort Walton BCH, FL
32548 Customer: JU-
DITH NAZZARO 909
Santa Rosa BLVD #546
Fort Walton BCH. FL
32548 Lienholder: None
Lien Amount: $7,659.81
Pursuant to Florida Stat-
ute 713.585 the
preceeding claims a lien
on vehicle shown for stor-
age, labor and/or ser-
vices. Unless charges
shown are paid in cash
said vehicles will' be sold
for cash by public auc-
tion on date at time
shown where vehicle lo-
cated. Owners or anyone
claimingan interest have
a riaht to a hearing prior
to t e scheduled auction
which can be set by filing
demand with Clerk of the
Circuit Court in this
County and mailing cop-
.ies of demand t alrother
owners and lienholders.
Owner can recover pos-
session without judicial
proceeding by posting
bond per Florida Statute
559.917. Auction pro-
ceeds in excess of
charges due will be de-
posited with Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Any per-
son(s) claimin any inter-
est(s) in the above vehi-
cles contact: FEDERAL
LIEN CORP.
(954)384-7171 25%
uyersPremium ALL
AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE
LIC#AB0000288
01/21/2009

LEGAL #120145
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
46-2008-CA-00387

BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LUTHER CRADDOCK JR.
AKA LUTHER
CRADDOCK et. al.
Defendants.


NOTICE IS HEREBY TO:
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- KURT BERGMEISTER
nal Judgment of Foreco- A/K/A KURT X.
sure daoed 12-17-2008, BERGMEISTER
and entered in Case No. LAST KNOWN AD-
46-2008-CA-003877, of DRESS: 221 Dolphin
the Circuit Court of the Ct
First Judicial Circuit in Destin, FI 32541
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida, wherein CURRENT ADDRESS:
BANK OF AMERICA UNKNOWN
N.A., is a Plaintiff and
LUTHER CRADDOCK, JR ANY AND ALL UN-
AKA LUTHER KNOWN PARTIES
CRADDOCK; LOCK- CLAIMING BY,
ERTISH M. CRADDOCK; THROUGH UNDER
UNITED STATES OF AND AGAINST THE
AMERICA, N.A. are the HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Defendants. I will sell to VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
the highest and best bid- WHO ARE NOT
der for cash at Shalimar KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Courthouse Annex, front OR ALIVE WHETHER
door, 1250 Eglin Park- SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
way, Shalimar, FL TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
32579 at 11:00am on TEREST AS SPOUSE,
1-27-2609, the following HEIRS DEVISEES,
described property as set GRANTEES OR OTHER
forth in said Final Judg- CLAIMANTS
ment, to wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAST KNOWN AD-
LAND SITUATE IN DRESS: UNKNOWN
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA TO-WIT: A CURRENT ADDRESS:
PORTION OF THE EAST UNKNOWN
600 FEET OF WEST
1066.1 FEET OF THE
EAST 2415.5- FEET OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF an action to foreclose a
SECTION 16 LYING mortgage on the follow-
SOUTH OF THE RIGHT ing property in
OF WAY OF U.S. HIGH- OKALOOSA County,
WAY 98, TOWNSHIP 2 Florida:
SOUTH RANGE 25
WEST ACCORDING TO LOT 11, DOLPHIN ES-
THE PUBLIC RECORDS TATES ACCORDING TO
OF OKALOOSA THE PLAT THEREOF AS
COUNTY, FLORIDA DE- RECORDED IN PLAT
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS- BOOK 10 PAGE 65, OF
BEGINNING AT THE SE THE PUBLIC RECORDS
CORNER OF THE OF OKALOOSA
AFORESAID PARCEL, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
THEN RUN WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 246 FEET has been filed against
THENCE RUN OF THE you and you are required
AFORESAID PARCEL, to serve a copy of your
THEN RUN WEST A DIS- written defenses if any,
TANCE OF 246 FEET, on or before February
THENCE RUN NORTH A 23, 2009 on Florida De-
DISTANCE OF 337.5 fault Law Group, P.L,
FEET TO A POINT OF Plaintiff's attorney, whose
BEGINNING WHICH IS address is 9119 Corpo-
246 FEET WEST OF THE rate Lake Drive Suite
WEST RIGHT OF WAY 300 Tampa, Florida
LIEN OF A COUNTY 33634 and file the origi-
ROAD: THENCE RUN nal with this Court either
NORTH A DISTANCE OF before service on
135 FEET TO A POINT Plaintiff's attorney or im-
WHICH IS 246 FEET mediately therefter; oth-
WEST OF THE WEST erwise a default will be
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF entered against you for
A COUNTY ROAD, the relief demanded in
THENCE RUN WEST A the Complaint or peti-
DISTANCE OF 108 tion.
FEET- THEN RUN This notice shall be pub-
.SOfUH ALONG A LINE lished once each week
PARALLEL WITH THE for two consecutive
WEST RIGHT OF WAY weeks in the Crestview
LINE OF SAID ROAD News Bulletin. '
135 FEET, THENCE RUN WITNESS my hand and
EAST 108 FEET, MORE the seal of this Court on
OR LESS AND BACK TO this 7 day of January,
THE POINT OF BEGINN- 2009.
ING ALSO KNOWN AS
LOTS 34 AND 35 OF Don W. Howard
AN UNRECORDED Clerk of the Court
PLAT, PARCEL ID: By: Anita Cantrall
16-2S-25-0000-0008-0 As Deputy Clerk
.2
40 PROPERTY ADDRESS: Florida Default Law
28 SNOOK-ROAD Group, P.L
Any person claiming an PO. Box 25018
interest' in the surplus Tampa, Florida
from the sale, if any, 33622-5018
other than the property
owner as of the date of IMPORTANT
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days of- In accordance with the
ter the sale. Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
DON W. HOWARD abilities needing special
As-clerk of the Court accommodation to partic-
By: Beth McDonald ipate in this proceeding
As Deputy Clerk should contact Court Ad
Dated this 17 day of ministration at 101 James
Dec. 2008. Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
IMPORTANT telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
In accordance with the 7497, prior to the pro-
Americans with Disabili- ceedingh. or Shalimar
ties Act, persons needing (850) 651-7497
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in IMPORTANT
this proceeding should,
no later than 7(seven) In accordance with the
days prior, contact the Americans with Disabili-
Clerk of the Court's disa- ties Act, persons with dis-
bility coordinator at abilities needing special
8506517497, 1250 N. accommodation to partic-
Elin PKWY Suite Al 14 ipat in this proceedin
Shalimar FL 32579. If should contact Court Ad-
hearing impaired, con- ministrationat 1250 N.
tact (TDD)8009558771 Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
via Florida Relay System. FL, 32579- telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A At- prior to the proceeding.
torneys for Plaintiff 2901
Stirling Road, Suite 300 01/14/2009
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 01/21/2009
33312 Tele-
phone:1305)770-410
Fax:(305)653-2329
01/14/2009
01/21/2009 Donate Your Vehicle


LEGAL #120

IN THE CII
COURT OF TI
JUDICIAL C
IN AND
OKALOC
COUNTY, F
CIVIL ACfIO
NO.:46-2001
62
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al, 802000033 Call us: 2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 I
alt We will not be 1/2 Month's Rent Free
ial undersold 230 Runnymeade Dr
a3.- 2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575
il 1/2 Month's Rent Free
S0 l 422 Spring St 3br,
56) NEfW Tri n 2ba, 1086sf, $625 1
eMonths rent free
O Private Party interested inb 2r1 F l f Lae
- acquiring convenience 1 month's rent free
ir store snack food vendor 139 Beacon's Bend
rt, route in Florida Panhan 2br 1.ba....
its, die area. Please call2br 1 0s $00
Sts850 l5 'n- pets with approval
me 850-758-1020 t 440 Aile Dr 3br,
r on -I 2ba 1094sf$725 Newb
ors Paint
Jnt 0 2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
l i 4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $795
Sn- 1 Month's free rent
09 118 Palmetto Dr 4br,
bs. 2ba 1927sf $800 pets
eri- with approval"
ed 210* Feldon Dr 3br,
all R2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
Syl sie f with approval
6100 Business/ 152 Swayina Pines CT
Commercial 3br, 2.5ba 1309s -
6110 -Apartments $800 End Unit
6120 Beach Retlals 18 Campbell Dr 3br
its 6130 Condo/Townhouse 2b 1207sf $00 3p
oft 8140- House Rentals 2ba 1207s $80 pets
al 81501- Roommate Wanted with approval
160 Rooms for Rent 50 Abbe Rd 3br, 2b
6170 Mobile Home/Lot 1165sf $825 1 months
es 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals free rent to military
6, 61902-Tlmeshare Rentals 5720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
ds B200 -Vacation Rdntals 2ba 1253sf, $850 pets
in- rent fre o ai
11o 286 vAirport Rd 4br,
a .5ba 1786sf $850
e i 6100 lead base paint disclo-
O ormeeh sure- Pets with approval
all Crestviw 5365 Monterrey Rd.
38. Office Space 3br, 1.5ba, 1721sf,
if Eight offices now availa- $860 lead base paint
ble in McLains Office disclosure
Plaza. Rental rate in- 238 Tiffot Ct 3br, 2ba
cludes utilities, common 1620sf$899- 1 month's
Area and maintenance, rent free.
682-0791 0 130 Louise Dr, 3br,
2ba 1436sf, $900- pets
Crestview Office space with approval
for rent in great location 0 50 White Oak Lane -

eluded. First & lost 9 324 Lakeview Dr 3br
month's rent and $500 '2bd 1088sf, $900 All
deposit required. Call appliances included
682-8383'for more info-. 248 Limestone Cir
-- --- 3br,4ba 1866sf,$995-
Professional Office build- no pets allowed.
inq for Lease 1000sf. 0 4815 Summer Creek
I 101 DuaganAve. (Next Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf
to EginT FCU). Call $995 '- privacy fenced
S621-0046 bockyard
de 6-- 2834 Atoka Trail 4br
I 2ba 1953sf. $995 1
months rent free to mili-
Ssllo I | 220 Westview Dr 3br
ca-'1 mo Free ba1706sf$1000:5o
ed 1 mo Free Rent! discount off monthly rent
'ith Crestview- 2br, 1 ba, for military
ise g5uit, ated., Nop pets 0 1305 Jefferyscot Ct
nd $575mo/$550dep, 12 3br, 2ba 1613sf$1000
our m lease req. pets allowed
ial 585-6985 5121-Whitehurst lane
*rti- ----4br, 2ba 1836sf$1000
Brookmeade Villas .- all appliances included
:es Apts. 2789 Keats Dr. 5br,
at 1BR basic rent apartment 3ba 1869sf. $1100- '/
available soon for the off 1st months rent
- elderly, handicapped & 0 5262 Clint Mason Rd
disabled. 102 NobleCir- 3br 2.5ba, 1878sf,
cle, Crestview, FL $1100 Pels with ap-
r 32539. Call proval.
ars 850-689-2272, 1235 Gabrielle Drive
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 3br, 2ba 1758sf$1125
Housing Opportunity. Large Fenced in back


on yard
Crestview Bent Creek 228 Riverchase Blvd
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 4br, 2ba 2555sf, $1195
No cepted. Rental assistance first months rent free
to may be avail. 1 & 2 BR 0 411 Swift Fox Run
ek HC & non-HC accessible 4br, 3ba 2282sf, $1200
ny apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. no pets allowed.
y Crestview FL. Call 850 For further information
^ 682-5563 TDD/TTY and to apply online,
711. Equal Housing Op- please visit our website
portunity at: www.cburpm.com


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6140 | 6140 0 7150
Crestview Crestview- Great Loca-
Hi l ion, ideal for Mobile $5001 Police Impounds
Sr Home $12,500 OBO r Salel Cars/rucks/
D esireale Call 850-305-1647 SUVs from $5001 Many
Grandview N N TODA f -Call850-3051-47 makes and models, Must
Heights Florida Foreclosurel 37 see! for listings call 1(800)
3br 2ba fenced yard, T Creslview AC- $39,900 Nice 366-9813 ext 9482
brost appl, hd yard Teel & Waters Rent to Own homesitesetting in ictur-
loors new carpe beau- Real Estate 4br, 1ba new windows, edsue oak rove. o ns ofX
iful landscapingg & utility RENTALS doors, sidin, porch, cn- for hu wdlife. Perfect Chrsler Sebring mLX
/d.c t R8' for hunters] Call Jack at 200r 40K miles 1
0 7. P p6 tral air, kitchen, and800)242-1800
;hed. Pets OK w/alpr. 682"6156a owner $7600.
50/mo + $85 82-656 bath. $3500 down, (800)242o1802
301-659-7777. $640/mo. Owner .... 682-6440


Crestview- 114 Jacob
r. 3br 2ba, 1100sf. Lg.
/ard, $750/mo. Pef/
smoking ok. 652-2285



NEW rIOOAY

Crestview
2/1 Duplex
freshly painted, $600
no $600 DD pets ok
wAith additional( deposit,
582-7731 Mon-Fri


Ray St., Milligan
600 3 r, 1 ba
* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750 3 br, 1 ba, 1 acre
+ 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950 3 br, 2 ba, 1cg
f 332 Adam's Drive
$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets
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


restview- 3 br 2 ba Cresview Room for
home. ONLY $850 mol Rent $450. mo Everyth-
Call Jenny at Pelican Real ing included Call
Estate 315-0972 682-6714 or 305-6476


i.fW O IAVY Roommate to share
3br 2ba, brick house
C i. $450mo includes all utils
Crestview & cable. Call 689-8978
3/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700.mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
ional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Frie 3br, 2b


Crestview 3br, 2ba,
2Ca S o(f In f1nrJr


8rd pets ok, no smoke,
m800/mo. 685-5501


Crestview-
3br, 2ba, brick home,
plus bonus room, fenced
yard. South of I 10
$800mo.
850-687-0776


Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg. FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
ld. $995 mo+dd.pet ok
850-865-2823


Crestview- Best Deal in
Town New 3 br, 2 ba 2
:g, quiet cul-de-sac $795
mo+dd. 850 305-8039



NEW roDAY
Crestview- South of
10. 3br, 2ba, mostly tile,
Cathedral .ceilings pri-
acy fence, $800/mo +
$800 sd. 850 682-8483
or 865-3421



NEW rOTDAY

C'view-2BR/1BA refrig-
erator, stove dishwasher,
microwaveW/D $725.
850-259-0267


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

Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br 2 ba; $850
*' 1112 Countryliving
Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 127 John Kinq Rd
3 br 1 ba; $500
* 3089 Cosson Circle -
3 br 2 ba; $595
* 662 Henderson St
2 br 1 ba; $625
* 6618 Sand Hill Rd
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 1b7 Corwin Dr- .
2 br 2.5 ba; $750
* 5292 Opportunity Dr-
3 br 2ba;$795
* 134 Swayin Pine Ct-
3 br 2.5 ba; $750
* 5255 Sue Cir
3 br, 2 ba, $900
* 5682 Reinke Dr -
4 br, .3 ba, $850
* 5437 E. Brooke Dr-
4 br 2 ba $1200
* 424 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood
Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $600
* 3650 Okaloo Ln
6 br; 3 ba; $900


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7100- Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
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7120 Commercial
7130 CondoTownhouse
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7160 Mobile Homes
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8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
31[JIID :8170 Auto Parts
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Navarre ~ 8210 Boats
oru 4 br, 212 ba .8220 Personal Watercraft
Os' em o l 8230 Sailboats '
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Bill Spears,
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and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
.HEVRO LET L Bill can help you to drive
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Honda Accord '97
$5001 Police Impounds
for Salel Many makes
and models priced to
selll For listings call
(800)366-9813 ext.
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PONTIAC G6
2006
Stylish & Sporty
45K miles 4dr,-V6
AT, loaded, white/
black, 28 MPG, moon-
roof remote start, ex-
tended warranty, exc
cond. NADA $12,950
asking $10,500. Call
evenings after 5pm
614-633-7822


Toyota Scion TC 2dr
lift back 2006, 38.5K
loaded auto trans, one
owner; single female col-
lege student Must Sell!
oined Navy West Pac
Bound $11,500. O.B.O.
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2001
89K miles, leather, CD
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2006
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ext war, CD changer, sat-
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Business


Wednesday, January 21, 2009


BBB Foundation seeks Walmart donatesto schools, hospice
entries for annual awards


Special to the News Bulletin
The Better Business
Bureau Foundation of
Northwest Florida cur-
rently is accepting nomi-
nations and entries for
several annual awards.
The application deadline
for all awards is March
27. Award recipients will
be recognized at a series
of luncheons to be held in
May. For entry forms and
suggestions for complet-
ing an entry or nomina-
tion for the awards, please
visit www.nwfl.bbb.org or
call 429-0002 or (800)729--
9226.

Torch Award for


marketplace ethic
The Torch Award 1
ognizes businesses
charities that insist on
ceptionally high standa
of behavior in dealing v
customers, vendors
employees.
To be considered for
2009 Torch Award,' a b
ness or 501 (c)(3) cha
must have been in busin
for at least one year v
the same ownership a
may not hold an "F" ral
with your BBB. BBB
creditation is not requi
to enter; however, al
cants must be physic
located within the BBI
northwest Florida's
vice area.


Glass Doc

ranking

Special to the News Bullet
Entrepreneur magaz
listed Glass Doctor
277 in its 2009 "Franc]
500" list. The company
ranked No. 312 in 2008.
Glass Doctor of Okalo
and Walton Counties, loc
operated by Tom Ashle;
part of the nation's large
full-service glass provi
Glass Doctor serves
residential, automotive
commercial glass re]
and replacement marl
at more than 375 locatia
including Crestview.
"It's a great honor for
franchise and for the en
Glass Doctor team to
in this elite group," Asl
said. "We work hard to
liver the highest quality
vice possible to our cust
ers, whether it's a windo
windshield or a storefr
It's rewarding that our
forts over the past year h


SCurves of
Crestview roll
out red carpet
SilverSneake]
members
Special to the News Bullet


Curves of Crestview is
rolling out the red carpet
to members of the award-
winning Healthways Silver-
Sneakers Fitness Program,
the nation's leading exer-
cise program designed for
older adults. SilverSneak-
ers members are eligible to
join Curves of Crestview at
no cost.
"We are so pleased to
welcome local SilverSneak-
ers members to Curves
of Crestview," said club
owner Lisa Brennan. "As
you age, your risks for de-
bilitating disease increase,
and being overweight or
obese significantly adds
to that risk. At Curves of
Crestview, we have pro-
grams that help women of
all ages do the three most
significant things they can
do to decrease their risks:
manage their weight, ex-
ercise regularly and eat
healthfully"
Come by the gym to get
a free tour and explanation
of the program.
For more information
about Curves of Crestview,
please contact Brennan at
689L1899.


Customer Service
Excellence Award
The Better Business Bu-
reau Foundation of North-
west Florida's Customer
Service Excellence Award
recognizes employees who
go above and beyond in their
customer service activities.
Any business may nomi-
nate employees for the
Customer Service Excel-
lence Award by providing
specific examples of how
the individual has provided
excellent customer service
beyond what might be re-
quired by his or her job.

Student Ethics
Scholarship
A total of nine high
school students will be
named as BBB Student
Ethics Scholarship win-
ners and will receive $1,000
scholarships for their com-
mitment to ethical behav-
ior and personal integrity.
High school juniors and
seniors within the BBB of
northwest Florida's ser-
vice area may apply for the
scholarship.
Local leaders from busi-
ness and academia will
serve as judges and award
the scholarships based on
criteria, including leader-
ship, community service,
academic achievement and
an essay response on build-
ing character.


tor gets healthy

in magazine

in been recognized by Entre-
preneur magazine."
sine Glass Doctor is the larg-
No. est chain of full-service
hise glass franchises in the na-
was tion. Visit the Crestview of-
fice at 585 N. Ferdon Blvd.
oosa or call 683-9800.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
WALKER ELEMENTARY: Walker Elementary School
Principal Jeanine Kirkland accepts a Walmart
community grant check for $3,000 from Crestview
Walmart Assistant Manager Thad Pelt and Co-
Manager Christy Burns. "This is such a blessing for
our school. Walmart has been so good to us," said
Kirkland. The money will be used to replace aging
playground equipment at the school.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER ROTC: Crestview Walmart
Supercenter Assistant Manager
Thad Pelt and Co-Manager
Christy Burns recently presented
a $1,000 community grant
check to Baker ROTC senior
officers Stephani Tucker and
Rayshelle Dahnel, along with
instructor CWO Carl Dean.
The money will be used for
transportation and uniforms
for the ROTC's special teams
competition, according to Dean.
"Walmart has always helped
us. They have been great,"
Dean said.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
COVENANT HOSPICE: The Crestview Covenant Hospice
office recently received a check for $3,000 from the
Crestview Walmart to support the organization's efforts
in 2009. Covenant Hospice cares for patients and their
families dealing with end-of-life issues. The organization
admits patients' based on need, not the patients ability
to pay. Thad Pelt, Wal-Mart assistant manager, left,
and Alex Pfeiffer, Wal-Mart co-manager, right, present
the check to Covenant Hospice Director of Branch
Operatiqns Pat Dingess:


BBB announces business grading system


Special to the News Bulletin
To help consumers make better decisions on where
to spend their hard-earned dollars, Better Business Bu-
reau will now assign letter grades to local businesses
ranging from A+ to F The letter grade system replaces
a less-detailed scale of "satisfactory" or "unsatisfacto-
ry" and represents BBB's degree of confidence that the
business is operating in a trustworthy manner.
Consumers can research the grades of more than
14,600 local businesses by reviewing BBB Reliability
Reports free of charge online at bbb.org.


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Claire, Rylee, Heather & Andy Powell

Family Owned & Operated
by
Heather & Andy Powell
"Serving Because We Care"

436 West James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 682-3052




Wednesday I January 28th I 9A.M.

DELTA TRUSS, PENSACOLA, FL
Complete Auction Liquidation of
Major Truss Manufacture Machinery,
Equipment & Rolling Stock
3331 McLemore Dr. (Ellyson Park)
(2) Alpine Roof Truss Units w/120' Gantry Tables, Alpine Floor Truss
Unit, Alpine Auto Mill (computerized), Toyota-Hyster-Clark Forklifts,
Freightliner Tractor 10 sp., Ford L9000 Dsl. Truck Tractor, IHC Truck
Tractor 4x2 Dsl. w/flatbed & crane, Ford F350 w/Miiller Welder/
Flatbed/Ladder Rack, Misc. Ford & Nissan Pickups, Misc. Shop
Tools, Dayton Drill Press, Plate Press, Carts, Pullies, Pallet Jacks,
Air Compressors, Metal Bandchipper, Office Equipment, Scanners,
Computers, Plotter, Office Furniture and More. For details, go to:
www.BoylestonAuctions.com
Preview: Tuesday, January 27, 1-5 p.m. & auction day 7:30 a.m.
Directions: 1-10, Exit 13, north on Davis 2 miles to Ellyson Industrial
Park. Right on Copter to Paul Starr. Right to McLemore.
Terms: Full pay auction day, cash or Check with bank letter. 10%
buyer's Premium. (850) 434 0377


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FL AU 430/AB3


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