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BEST IN STATE: Crestview High School band member Andrew Stegner, being
congratulated by band director Jodie Dunn, was selected as first chair
bassoonist in the all-state ninth and tenth.grade concert band.

CHS bassoonist makes

first chair in state honor band


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
For a high school musician, making all-
state band is a pretty.big deal.
Making best-in-state is even bigger.
That's what happened for Crestview High
School tenth-grader Andrew Stegner, who
was first chair bassoonist in the all-state hon-
or band earlier this month.
"After he made the all-state band, all the
kids had to re-audition, basically, for their
chair position," explained the Big Red Ma-
chine's director Jody Dunn. (A musician's
chair position is indicative of his skill. Whei
a player is'appointed "first chair" in a par-
ticular section of an orchestra, it means the
conductor feels the musician is the best of all
those who play that instrument.)
Dunn said band directors from around the
statejudged the all-state students. When they
concluded their deliberations, Stegner was
chosen in the ninth and tenth grade concert
band as first chair bassoonist.
"Effectively saying he's the top bassoon
player in the state," Dunn said.
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Andrew by posting a note at
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He is just the best
possible young man.
He makes good
grades. He is just a
great kid.
We all should
realize that kids like
Andrew are our
future, and it looks
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area it covers.
"The work-
load has boomed
with the county's.
growth, but the
revenues have
not," NOFD com-
missioner, trea-
surer and secre-
tary Julie Slezia
said.
To- partially
meet the demand,
NOFD applied
for and', received,
a federal SAFER
S(Staffing for Ad-
equate Fire and
Emergency Re-
sponse) grant.
With the grant,
NOFD was able
to add nine addi-
tional professional
firefighters for a
total of 17. ,The
state fire marshal
recommends 63
full-time firefighters


To partially
meet the
demand, NOFD
applied for and .
received a
federal SAFER
(Staffing for
Adequate Fire
and Emergency
Response) grant.
With the grant,
NOFD Was n
able to add
nine additional
professional
firefighters for a
total of 17. The
state fire marshal
recommends
63 full-time
firefighters for
district the
NOFD's size.
for a district the


NOFD's size.
"The plan is designed to bring in
people right. away," Slezia explained.
"We took a chance on SAFER because
our need is so great. Our volume was so
high but our number of people was so
low. There was no way eight firefighters
could handle 2,000 calls a year."
To help fund the district's increasing
obligation under the grant's sliding, de-
creasing coverage scale, NOFD took out
a bank loan.
"Nothing's ever free," commissioner
Sam Anderson said. "I had some misgiv-
ings about accepting the SAFER grant,
because I knew we'd have to pay the
piper someday. But we needed those
firefighters."
"Wefeel an obligation to the residents
to provide the best kind of service that
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NOFD: The


story before


the story

Commissioners
explain actions that
preceded recent
funding requests

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Just 10 years ago, it took more than
20 minutes for a fire truck to respond to
calls in what is now the North Okaloosa
Fire District.
Today the response is, on average,
less than four-and-a-half minutes.
Grants and loans helped the NOFD
double its manpower and improve its
services, but now the time has come to
pay the bill.
The department's efforts to pay that
bill by twie asking voters to approve
an ad valorem funding option and now a
March 10 referendum for a flat rate in-
crease-- have been the subject of con-
troversy in ,the district since last sum-
mer.
How did the department get to this
point? Let the NOFD commissioners tell
the story.

Workload boomed
The district has never met the staff-
ing it really needs to handle the more
than 2,000 annual calls it receives over
the 100-square-mile "donut-shaped"





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Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Judy Taylor, 66, of
Baker passed away
Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009.
She was born Aug. 28, 1942
in Waynesboro, Miss. and
moved to Baker in 1979.
Survivors include three
children, Vivian Tidwell
(Judd), Becky Taylor and
Shannon Taylor (Tammy);
seven grandchildren,
Nicole, Ben, Jessica,
Shannon, Preston, Taylor
and Lacey; two great-
grandchildren, Maddox
and Finn; two sisters,
Susan Brooks and Alma
Heath; lifelong friends,
Tammy Calvert and
Janice Nelson; numerous
nieces and nephews.


Ann Griffin, 80, of
Crestview, passed away
Monday, Jan. 19,2009 at
a health care facility in
Crestview. meral services
were held Friday, Jan. 23 at
McDonald Street Church of
Christ with Evangelist Joe
Rick officiating. Interment
followed at Springhill
Cemetery with McKinnie
Funeral Home directing.
Born in McWilliams,
Ala., Ann moved to
Pensacola in the late 1940s.
It was there where she
met and married Joseph
Williams, who preceded
her in death. In the 1950s
she moved to Fort Walton
Beach, where she met
and married John Henry
Griffin. In 1957 she and
her husband moved to
Crestview.
Cooking was something
she enjoyed doing, and she
was a really great cook.
She had a very kind heart.
Anytime she saw that
others needed something,
she would try to help
anyone she could. Her
radiant smile will always
be remembered. When she
had her good health and
strength she was a faithful
member of the McDonald
Street Church of Christ.
Ann was preceded in
death by her husband, John
Henry Griffin; her parents,
Willie Mae Dale and Ed
Sims; and grandson,


Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m. Monday,
Jan. 26 in the chapel of
Brackney Funeral Service
with Pastor Jim Skates
officiating. The family
received friends Sunday
from 6 until 8 p.m. at the
funeral home.
In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be
made to Emerald Coast
Hospice.
Brackney Funeral
Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a -
remembrance or view
the guest book for Judy
Taylor online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Michael Peoples.
Ann is survived by'
her daughter, Virginia
and husband Robert
Stallworth of Pensacola;
son, Joseph Williams Jr. of
Crestview; sister, Naythell
Towler of Covington, Ga.;,
grandchildren, Stephanie
and Ricky Johnson and
Derek W Peoples, all
of Crestview; Anthony
and Andrew Peoples,
Demetrius Dudley, Ramon
and Keisha White and
Lashonda Stallworth, all
of Pensacola; one niece;
Iris Towler, and one great-
nephew, Darius Leggette,
both of Covington; 25
great-grandchildren, 13
great-great-grandchildren;
three special ladies whom
she loved as daughters, .
Cynthia McLaughlin
Chatman of Lockhart, Ala.,
Carolyn (James) Martin
of Elba, Ala., and Bessie
Battle of Crestview; special
cousin, Claudis Dale of
Crestview; special friends,
Billie R. Hughes, Lucy
(Tina) Wilkerson, Lela
(Tippie) Banks, Sabrina
Burnham, Florence Ford,
Thomas McKoy and Lena
M. Burke, all of Crestview,
and a host of other family
and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Ann
Lee Griffin online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


First National


Bank 'takes stock'


in students' future


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
TAKE STOCK DONATION: The First National Bank of,
Cresiview recently presented a check in the amount
of $1,500 to the Take Stock in Children scholarship
program. The First National Bank contributions
to date will fully fund a four-yeCr college tuition,
scholarship for a Crestview-area student. Pictured
from left are Rodney'Nobles, Okaloosa School District
Deputy Superintendent; Dr. Pam Meadows, Okaloosa
Public Schools Foundation; Dale Rice Jr., President,
First National Bank of Crestview; Cindy Frazier, Take
Stock in Children'; Cathy Thigpen, Okaloosa County
School Board member;, and Penny Hartzog, Vice
President, First National Bank of Crestview. Take
Stock in Children scholarship recipients are selected.
in middle school and, along with their parents, sign
a contract in which they agree to maintain good
grades, attendance'and discipline throughout middle
and high school. Upon graduation from high school
and successfully meeting the terms of the performance
contract, studerits are awarded the Florida Prepaid
college tuition, scholarship by the Okaloosa Public
Schools Foundation.

CrestviewHigh

School Key Club

announces fundraisers


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview High
School Key Club will be
holding two fundraisers to
raise money for a trip to
the Key Club convention
this April in Orlando.
The first fundraiser will
take place Feb. 7 at the
Wal-Mart on State Road 85
in Crestview from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Key Club will be sell-
ing cookies and Valentine's
Day goodies for a donation.
The second fundraiser,
"Big Dawgs" vs. "Little
Dawgs," a faculty vs.


student basketball game
- takes place March 26
from 2-4 p.m. in the CHS
gym. Tickets will be sold
for $5 each.
If you wish to make a do-
nation or get further infor-
,mation on either of these
events please call Mrs. Da-
vison at 689-7177 ext. 5070.

The Orlando convention
is titled, "Service Never
Sleeps" and is designed for
members to learn about
the value of community
service.


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'Your Hometwn Bank Since 1956!


M ark Waggy, Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
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


attitude


that everyone appreciates."


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Crestview, FL 32539
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OBITUARIES

Judy Taylor


MICHELLE HOOPER I Okaloosa Head Start
BOOK DONATION: Heather Nitzel of the
Crestview Public Library visited the children
pt the Okaloosa County Head Start Edney
Center on Dec. 18 to deliver a basket of books
donated by the local community.
Ms. Heather is shown with Jason Peoples,
Marquette Cooper, Kamareon Gainer,
Martia Hurst, Shanna Couch, Tionna ,
Dortch, Da'Marion Akins, Ahmad Thomas,
Takyra Johnson, Saniya Snowden, Trevon
Harris, Randy Thomas, Shania Shanklin,
Kayla Freeman, Jamar Jones and parent
Alexis Lowe (back row, at right). Okaloosa
County Head Start is a federal grant-funded
education program serving 324 children and
families .in Okaloosa County. OCHS centers
serve children ages birth to 5 in Laurel Hill,
Crestview, Niceville and Fort Walton Beach.


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Wednesday. January 28. 2009


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ise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian
Robert L Sikes library

YOGA CLASSES
Yoga classes begin Feb.
6. Chair Yoga Classes are
offered from 10 to 11 a.m.
and cost $5 per class. Yoga
for Everyone Classes are
offered from 11 a.m. to 12:15
p.m. and cost $8 per class.
Yoga for Everyone students
will need to bring a yoga
mat. All other props will be
provided. Please contact
Kristy Souto at (850) 218-
8491 for more information.

ADULT PROGRAMS
"The History of Jazz"
will be presented by Dr.
Cheryl Jones for the Febru-
ary First Tuesday Lecture
program. This program
starts at 10:30 a.m. on Tues-
day. Coffee and cookies will
be served at 10 a.m.
Dr. Cheryl 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 one of the Emerald
Coast's most popular barids
"Jones & Company." Come
visit with us and listen to
the history of one of the
most loved types of music
around. Topics for 2009
First Tuesday Lectures
may be found on our library
Web site at www.cityof-
crestview.org/library.htm.
Join our knitting
and crochet group every
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
For more information
e- mail Rae Schwartz at
bakerny@yahoo.com,
Does the prospect of
filing your 2008 taxes have
you nervous and worried?
The AARP once again will
be providing free tax prep-
aration services here at
the library f6r low- to mid-
dle-income residents. This
is a free service offered by
generous volunteers who
give their knowledge as a
gift. It is one we appreciate.


This free assistance will be
on a first-come, first-served
basis from Feb. 1 through
April 15. Hours will be
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.
Copies of the more com-
mon forms, including 1099s
and W-2s, are available free
in the library reference
area at any time. Additional
forms are available from
the Internal Revenue Ser-
vice Web site at www.irs.
gov.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
Lap Sit, held in the
Story Room, is designed
for children under the age
of 3 with their caregiver.
Older children are always
welcome. Join us at 10:15
a.m. for stories, songs, and
finger- plays. Lap Sit is
offered on Mondays and
Tuesdays. Pick the day that
works best for you! Pick
up one of Miss Heather's
pamphlets at the front desk
for the entire schedule. The
Feb. 17 theme will be "Food
Adventures"
Story Time is de-
signed for those who are
at least 3 years old (unless
accompaniedby an older
sibling) and meets at 10:15
a.m. on Wednesdays and
Thursdays in the Meet-
ing Room for stories and
songs. After the program,
you and your child may do
a simple craft together. The
Feb: 4 and 5 theme will be
"Hearts & Flowers:" The
Feb. 18 and 19 theme will
be "African Tales"
Craft Time is on Ear-
ly Release Wednesday each
month. Children ages 6 and
up gather to put their cre-
ative energy to work and
create a holiday craft. Reg-
istration is recommended.
Kids can start their craft
any time between 1 and
2 p.m. but must finish by
3 p.m. When the kids are
done we'll bring your child
to you. The Feb. 4 theme
will be "Valentine's Day"
One evening a month


come enjoy time at the
library as a family! Family
Library Time is designed
for families with elemen-
tary and middle school chil-
dren. The Feb. 3 theme will
be "Meet Ben Franklin"
(see sidebar).
Teen Time with the
Wii is designed for ages
12-18 only! Nintendo Wii
will be available for play on
Friday afternoons from 2
to 4 p.m. Parents and fam-
ily members are welcome
to hang out and use the
library, but the Wii activities
are only available to teens.
If you have any questions,
just ask for Miss Janice.

STAFF PICKS
"The Thirteenth
Tale" by Diane Setterfield
(Fic Set). Setterfield's
.debut novel can only be
described as a gothic, ro-.
mantic and suspenseful
narrative. Narrator Mar-
garet Lea is commissioned
by Vida Winter to write a
truthful and unvarnished
biography. Ms. Winter, a
successful, mysterious and
reclusive writer,, is a believ-
er in the power of storytell-
ing. She insists "everyone
has a story." Now, close
to death, she has chosen
to tell her own. From the
beginning Margaret has
that sixth sense about how
mysterious and tragic this
biography will be. Ms. Win-
ter's story encompasses
a grand house, a beautiful
yet doomed family, pas-
sion, madness, ghosts and
a secret that holds readers
spellbound until the'very
end. Reviewers compare
Setterfield's novel to the
works of Wilkie Collins, the
Brontes and Daphne du
Maurier.
.*"Crime Beat: A De-
cade of Covering Cops
and Killers" by Michael
Connelly (363.259 Con).
Before Michael Connelly
became a successful novel-
ist he was a crime reporter.
For almost a decade as a
journalist he covered the
detectives who worked
homicide. Connelly uses
these true crimes to cre-
ate and then later develop
his famous character, the
homicide detective Harry
Bosch. In this book, Con-
nelly takes the reader right
to the scene of a real crime.
By being a reporter of


facts, Connelly makes use
of his knowledge to create
the wonderful crime fight-
ing Bosch. As the reader
flips through these pages
one is amazed at just how
close those fictional novels
mirror the real world. As
Connelly says in his novel,
"truth truly is stranger
than fiction".
S"More Twisted" by
Jeffrey Deaver. (Fic Dea).
The author of the Lincoln
Rhyme series recently pub-
lished his second volume
of short stories. He does
not disappoint. A master of
chilling plots, he expands
on his talent for keeping
readers guessing the guilty
party and then changing
-those minds right and left
all the way to the end. For
those who like their mys-
tery and intrigue short and
sweet, Deaver definitely
delivers.

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

CONTACT US
Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview, FL
32539 (Behind the Crest-
view Post Office)

QUOTE
"Expect nothing, live
frugally on surprise."
Alice Walker.


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Family Library Time:

Meet Ben Franklin!

Special to the News Bulletin

Ben Franklin
is coming to the 4
Crestview Public
Library for the
next Family Li-
brary Time on
Feb. 3! "The
Magic of Read-
ing" is an edu-
cational program
designed to en-
lighten children and adults and inspire
them to acquire a love of knowledge
and reading that will last forever. Come
learn the secrets of one of the world's
best and most famous readers, Benja-
min Franklin, as he discusses his life
and achievements, and explains how to
improve reading habits beginning at 7
p.m. ahd ending around 8 p.n.
Listen to Ben: "From a child I was
fond of reading, and all the little money
that came into my hands was ever laid
out in books." (Of course, you can come
borrow yours from the library for free!)
Many participants become part of
the program as Ben challenges them
to remember everything he says and
rewards them when they do! The pro-
gram concludes with a reenactment of a
scientific experiment Ben actually per-
formed. Everyone learns, and everyone
has fun.
Registration is not required for this
free event, but you are welcome to sign
up in the youth area for a courtesy re-
minder call or e-mail. Family Library
Time is designed for families with el-
ementary and middle school children.
Please call 682-4432 with questions.


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Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Council: All aboard



Eglin bus route


Funding OK'd for Crestview's share of new route


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin .

Commuters to Eglin Air Force Base
can start practicing choruses of their fa-
vorite bus ride songs
At its Monday night meeting, the
Crestview city council approved its
share of $25,000 matching funds toward
a state grant that would establish a long-
sought bus route between the city and
Eglin.
Last July, more than 800 Crestview
residents who work at Eglin responded
to a survey from the Okaloosa-Walton
Transportation Planning Organization's
Eglin Transportation Working Group,
which was exploring transportation al-
ternatives for commuters.
The grant requires a matching
amount from the involved communities.
Crestview's share is $5,000.
The overall cost of the service is esti-
mated to be $75,000. The $25,000 balance
after the state grant and community
matching funds would be made up in
fares, according Lani Birchett, transit
coordinator and grants manager with
Okaloosa County Transit, which would
operate'the service.
The two morning buses and two eve-
ning buses would utilize 18-seat buses
currently in the OCT fleet. The" service
would be evaluated after a year, Birchett


told the council.
A monthly 31-day pass will probably
run about $60, Birchett said, but Mahan
pointed out the federal government re-
imburses its employees up to $120 a
month for taking public transportation.
Though aimed primarily at Eglin em-
ployees, the bus route would be open to
any member of the public, Birchett said.
Stops along the route might include
Duke Field and Niceville before the bus
reaches the air base.
The service would begin "when the
paperwork comes through," Birchett
said. "The earliest we would probably
see it would be April."

Other business
Because "the present roadways of the
City of Crestview, Fla., are operating at or
beyond full capacity," city officials voted
unanimously to establishing a traffic im-
pact fee for new construction in the city.
Despite the ordinance's potential to
increase the cost of everything from pri-
vate residences to fast-food restaurants,
no one spoke against the ordinance,
which passed without deliberation.
The impact fee schedule ranges from
$264 for a furniture store to $15,968 for
convenience store with gas pumps'A fast
food restaurant will pay a $13,777 fee. The
impact fee for a new single family home
will be $1,762.


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"I was like, oh wow, this band, beginning with his Mastery of the bassoon
is awesome," Stegner said first band experience at is but one of Andrew Steg-
modestly. "It was good. I Davidson Middle School. ner'sattributes that garner
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NOFD from page Al


could be provided. We also
have the constant pressure
from the firefighters who
would like to have a retire-
ment program set up."
Slezia said the referen-
dum will save the positions
gained from the grant.
"This money is just to
keep (the firefighters) at
the current level of effort,"
she said. "It doesn't make
life any easier for them.
Our guys are doing their
jobs at a pay rate that is a
lot less than anything at the
south end. The cost per call
here versus any other paid
department in the county
is far lower. We're working
our guys at three to four
times the level than other
paid districts. We're us-
ing them up and wringing"
them out. This referendum
doesn't change that."
After 2011, unless it re-
ceives funding, the district
will lose those nine fire-
fighters.
"It's a Catch 22 that we
knew we were placing our-
selves in," Slezia said. "We
clearly understood that.
what people wanted was a
paid department that could
handle the workload.
"It is not reasonable
to expect that a volunteer
department could handle
this workload," Slezia conr
tinued. "If you look at any
other department that is all
volunteer, they handle 200
or 240 calls a year, and we
handle 2,000."

How to pay the bill?
The goal of both 2008 ref-
erendums was to maintain
the staffing made possible
by the grants and loans.
SHaving tried twice to in-
crease revenue through an
ad valorem property tax op-
tion, the district hopes the
flat rate assessment on the
March ballot will be more
palatable to taxpayers.
"I realize we've taken
two bites out of this apple.
There's not a lot of apple
left to try one more bite,"
Anderson said.
"Ad valorem is what we
do-on virtually every other
taxing entity. We resisted
it as long as it could," An-
derson continued. "It didn't
work, but we had this
March opportunity. Maybe,
just maybe our constituents
would buy into an increase
of the base assessment. If
they accept his, it will do for
the firefighters and the dis-
trict essentially what the


millage levy would've done.
What it does, it spreads it
in a different fashion. Ev-
erybody gets the same as-
sessment, regardless of the
value of the property.
Anderson concedes
the proposed increase -
about $130 per single fam-
ily household, bringing the
fire tax to about $220 a year
- perhaps should have
been done more gradually.
"One of the reasons we
got to where we are now
is, we -resisted increasing
the assessment way back
when," Anderson said.
"Maybe we should have,
but because we're a bunch
of penny-pinching conser-
vatives on the board, we
didn't."-
Slezia also acknowledg-
es some district residents
have "significant issues"
with the proposed increas-
es.
"There is a lot of anxiety
out there about what peo-
ple believe they should be
paying for," she said.

Where to cut costs?
Public comments at
NOFD meetings and on the
News Bulletin's Web site
suggest the already cash-
strapped district "tighten
its belt" and concentrate
on its core firefighting ser-
vice.
Several have suggested
the department save mon-
ey by not handling EMS
calls:
Slezia points out the
NOFD's only expenses
on EMS calls are fuel and
training.
"Our EMS responses
supplement the county
EMS," she said. "All sup-
plies for EMS are funded
by the county. All NOFD
pays is gas and training."
Slezia pointed out that
EMS calls utilize on-duty
staff who would still be paid
to be on duty whether they
respond to EMS calls or
wait for a fire call.
"It's kind of like people
complaining about the cost
of having the military,"
Anderson said. "It doesn't
matter if that ship is in port
or at sea. It still costs the
same."
In fact, Slezia says tax-
payers save money be-
cause the NOFD assists on
EMS calls.
"We don't believe that
not doing EMS is the right
thing," Slezia said. "We
have looked into it' many


times over the years. We
believe taxpayers would
end up paying far more
than they do now. We be-
lieve that what we're do-
ing for less than $20,000 a
year in gas and training is
completely outweighed by
the county to operate addi-
tional medical crews."

What about
volunteers?
"If this one doesn't pass,
we'll probably lose some
firefighters," Anderson
said. "We may have to go
back to a basically volun-
teer organization."
Currently the 17-man
professional firefighter
crew is supplemented by
14 volunteers.
Slezia cautioned getting
certified volunteers is no
longer a matter of training
enthusiastic members of
the community with a few
monthly drills.
It gets tougher every
year, Slezia said, to earn a
Firefighter 1 certification
necessary before state reg-
ulations permit a volunteer
to enter a burning building
to fight a fire.
"How do you manage
240 hours of training, tak-
ing time off your regular
job, plus being a volunteer,
and by the. way, you can't
respond to regular calls
until you have finished the
training?" Slezia said in
frustration.

Endgame
"It's hard for people
to understand that small
departments work differ-
ently than municipally-run
departments," Slezia said.
"When people vote to take
Money away from our base,
they take fire protection.
away. We as a community
need to come together amd
support this need, or decide
the need is not necessary
and return to an all volun-
teer force."
"The reality is, if we fail,
and we let the folks who
are yelling at the meetings
have their way, which is to
return to a volunteer force,
the response time will re-
turn to about 20 minutes
within four years. We will
be saddened by this."

The NOFD has sched-
uled a special meeting for
10:30 a.m. Saturday at Sta-
tion 82. The public is invit-
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Area employees CERT-ified in disaster training


Special to the News Bulletin


PENSACOLA Employees of Pen
Air Federal Credit Union and Lu-
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several local citizens recently com-
pleted extensive disaster training
through BRACE (Be Ready Alli-
ance Coordinating for Emergen-
cies) and the Department of Public
Safety. They became members of
the local Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT).
Graduates of the CERT train-
ing include Sharon Bankester,
Jordan Caraway, Sherrie Couts,'
Cindy Freshaur, Vivian Hughes,
Titiana Hughes, Ivan Levine, Tina
Linn, Cindy McGraw, Zachary Mc-
Graw, Isabelle McIntosh, Jonathan
McIntosh, Kathy McCloud, Cyn-


thia Nowlin, Carol Outzen, Tricia
Purdy-Wilburn, Janet Quinones,
Sherri Rhodes, Tina Schultz and
Lori Shuman.
The Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) Program
educates people about disaster
preparedness for hazards that
may impact our area and trains
them in basic disaster response
skills, such as fire safety, light
search and rescue, team organi-
zation, and disaster medical op-
erations.
For more information on CERT
training and how you, your neigh-
borhood, or your business can be-
come involved, contact Maralee
Sartain at (850) 444-7135 by email
at brace@bereadyalliance.org or
visit www.citizencorps.gov/cert/.


HAPPY FIRST
BIRTHDAY
Landon Busbee cele-
brated his first birthday
Jan. 15. Landon is the
son of Stephanie and
Reed Busbee of Laurel
Hill.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
CERT.GRADUATES: These north Florida CERT graduates have learned
strategies for handling and recovery during emergency situations.
Graduates include Sharon Bankester, Jordan Caraway, Sherrie
Couts, Cindy Freshaur, Vivian Hughes, Titiana Hughes, Ivan
Levine, Tina inn, Cindy McGraw, Zachary McGraw, Isabelle
Mclntosh, Jonathan Mclntosh, Kathy McCloud, Cynthia Nowlin,
Carol Outzen, Tricia Purdy-Wilburn, Janet Quinones, Sherri
Rhodes, Tina Schultz and Lori Shuman.


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

Topic: News Bulletin reporter/photographer Ann
Spann recaps the life of 1991 muder victim Norma
Jean Ates
I am glad this article was written. She was a wonder-
ful lady, and will always be missed.

I also went to school with Norma Jean. She was
very intelligent, and truly a gentle, loving person. I will
always remember her with love and tears that her life
ended so tragically Norma's parents also were loved
by the community. They were good people who never
deserved to have anything so evil happen to them. It is
time to hear Norma's side of the story. You will under-
stand the respect we have and had for the gentle soul.
Rest in Peace Norma, we love you.

Finally, somebody got it right! Ann Spann is the first
writer I've seen make the connection that is this the
"Norma Jean Ates Case" not the "Jimmy Ates Story."

Topic: Charges dropped in "Crestview Kitty" case
It is alarming that State Attorney Ace Grinsted could
not find a way to punish this awful man for what he did.

Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District must reim-
burse county supervisor of elections office for costs
of its March 10 referendum asking citizens to ap-
prove a fire tax increase. (The NOFD paid only re-
quired legal advertising for a pair of referendums in
2008).
Thank you to the Honorable Paul Lux for setting the
record straight. The correct way for this awful NOFD
board to have handled this would have been to seek any
additional revenues from the citizens before hiring all *
of the firefighters. No additional revenues to go with the
grant, no additional paid employees. This is not the tax-
payers' fault and this board should be forced to live and
budget within their means with no new taxes! Vote no!

NOFD has not had a fee increase in more than 10
years. Prices have gone up for everything, and that in-
cludes for public services we have been enjoying at 1998
rates. The burden of the SAFER grant is shifting more.
onto NOFD and less from the government. Those are
firefighters needed to cover the district, and there are
not enough of them even with the grant. Those great
guys are also the worst-paid professional firefighters
in the county. They put their lives on the line for us and
our stuff and deserve at least a professional salary. And
spare us the bleating about NOFD providing EMS ser-
vices that supplement county EMS, which hasn't got the
resources in the district. Those (supplies) are funded by
the county,not NOFD funds. The firefighters would be
on duty whether they are responding to a fire or they are
rescuing you..

The citizens in NOFD must be satisfied with the
- current board members. Three of five seats were open
for election in November. Only one person challenged
for one of the seats, and was soundly defeated. The in-
cumbent stayed, as did the two who were unchallenged.
Same scenario in 2006-when the other two seats were
open for election. Anyone who thinks they know how
to do a better job should qualify and run for one of the
seats in 2010.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
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GUEST COMMENTARY



Freedom Walk supports F-35


The Freedom Walk
Community Development
announced its unani-
mous support for the
F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
Integration Training
Center at Eglin AFB with
an adoption of resolution
2009-01.

Resolution 2009-01
A resolution of the
Board of Supervisors of
Freedom Walk Communi-
ty Development District,
welcomes and supports
the incorporation and
bed-down ofthe.F-35 Joint
Strike Fighter integration
training center at Eglin
Air Force Base, Florida.
Whereas, Freedom
Walk Community Develop-
ment District (hereinafter
the "District") is a local
unit of special-purpose
government created and
existing pursuant to Chap-
ter 190, Florida Statutes,
being situated entirely
within the City of Crest-
view, Okaloosa County,
Florida; and
Whereas, the District's
Board of Supervisors
(hereinafter the "Board")
is statutorily authorized


to exercise the powers
granted to the District.
Now, therefore, be it
resolved by the Board of
Supervisors of Freedom
Walk Community Develop-
ment District:
Section 1. Intent
The Board welcomes
and supports the incor-
poration and bed-down
of the F-35 Joint Strike
Fighter Integration Train-
ing Center at Eglin Air
Force Base, Florida.
a. Air power is a vital
part of America's Military
arsenal.
b. The current fighter
fleet is aging and is being
replaced as required for
our national security.
c. The Joint Strike
Fighter, called F-35 Light-
ning II, represents a
quantum leap in capabil-
ity to the Department of
Defense and our interna-
tional partners, providing
precision engagement and
global attack for our Air
Forces.
d. Eglin Air Force
Base's Test and Train-
ing Complex is a national
resource with world-class
capabilities and the ca-


pacity to absorb new mis-
sions.
Section 2. Purpose
a. Eglin Air Force Base
was selected by the 2005
Base Realignment and
Closure process as the
optimum mission location
and most cost effective
solution for establishing a
Joint Integrated Training
Center for the bed-down
Sof the F-35.
b. The F-35 mission
at Eglin Air Force Base
will ensure America's air
dominance and Eglin Air
Force's sustainability in
the strategic defense of
our country.
c. The Board welcomes
and supports the incor-
poration and bed-down
of the F-35 Joint Strike
Fighter Integration Train-
ing Center at Eglin Air
Force Base, Florida, and
is committed to working
with Eglin Air Force Base
Sfor resolution of compat-
ibility issues associated
with this mission.
Section 3. Effective
Date
This Resolution shall
become effective immedi-
ately upon its adoption.


Passed and adopted
this 12th day ofJanuary,
2009.

The Freedom Walk
Community Develop-
ment District is an ap-
proximately 180-acre
mixed-use development
in Crestview, less than a
Squarter-mile from Crest-
view High School and
Davidson Middle School.
SThe Freedom Walk Board
of Supervisors consists of
Bruce Houle (Chairman
of the Board, the Manag-
ing Partner of Emerald
Coast Partners), Ken
Wright (Vice Chairman
of the Board, a Niceville
native, retired military
officer, local real estate
professional and Vice
President of the North-
west Florida Military Of-
ficers Association), James
Moore (Board Supervisor,
a Crestview native and
an attorney), Bob Lynn
(Board Supervisor, a
retired Crestview educa-
tor and civic leader) and
Randy Wise (Board Su-
pervisor, a Niceville na-
tive, real estate developer
and homebuilder).


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


Crestview's sister city
committee thrilled by
Obama's inauguration

How can I tell you our enthusi-
asm on Inauguration Day?.It was
"Inauguration Night" here. The
French TV started broadcasting
live from 4.30 p.m. and of course the
Reed family was glued to CNN. We
are the only American family on the
island so we brought in our closest
friends, americanophiles Rene and
Madeleine Relandeau, the presi-
dent of our Sister City committee,
and their sister and brother-in-law,
G6rard and Marie-Th6rese Moreau.
The bottle of champagne was
waiting for the right hour to be
opened. On two different TV sets we
listened in French and in English to
the beautiful, poignant delivery by
Barack. I was terribly moved be-
cause it was as if, finally, America,
"our country 'tis of thee," had found
its true existence, as if the vision of
the forefathers had come to a real
beginning.
In any case, it was Martin Lu-
ther King's dream come true. It is
finally the value of man and not his
price that counts. Barack Obama
represents hope for a new world, for
it is on a global world basis that he
is starting his presidency. His first
decision to close Guantanamo is
giving us back our honor. We Ameri-
cans can do nothing without honor,
the honor our soldiers carried on


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
It was already evening in Noirmoutier, France, when President Barack
pbama took the oath of office. This group of americaphiles and
Franco-Americans gathered at the home of Dr. Marie Th6rese Reed,
left, to watch the events.


the fields of Normandy in 1944. We
had lost that honor when we admit-
ted to the practice of torture.
We could hear our friends
screaming in the next room every
time they recognized a familiar
Washington landmark! They have
visited the USA so many times they
know the country better than I do!
We all stood up, tears in our eyes,
when the "Star Spangled Banner"
was intoned. We then opened the
bottle of champagne and guess what
we had for supper? Hamburgers!
Barack Obama is our hope. We
' pray for him to be protected so he


can lead the country to a physical
and moral recovery. Let us hope
also his name carries with it "Bara-
ka," which means "Luck." Long live
Baraka Obama!

Marie-Th4rese Reed
SNoirmoutier, France

Dr Reed lived and taught at the
university levelin St. Paul, Minn.,
before moving back to France, where
she lives in Crestview's sister city
Noirmoutier She is active in Noir-
moutier's Sister City committee.


Candidates forum planned
What questions would you like the candidates in the 2009 municipal elections to
answer? Send your questions to kylew@crestviewbulletin.com, or post your ques-
tions at www.crestviewbulletin.com. We'll incorporate your responses in our mu-
nicipal election previews and in a candidates forum scheduled for Feb. 24 from 6 to
8 p.m. at the Crestview Community Center.


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin 1 A7


Arrest REPORTS


Crestview Police Dept.
reports
12/1: FLAVIO B. AGUIRRE,
42, of 740 E. Chestnut Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with know-
ingly driving with a suspended
driver's license and faulty equip-
ment.
12/30: TERRELL W
FLOURNOY,- 30, of 1649 E:
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with burglary to an oc-
cupied conveyance and grand
theft.
1/2: JAMES GABERT, 48, of
4855 Orlimar St., Crestview, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs. *
CYNTHIA MICHELLE GAL-
LARDO, 33, of 1351 S. Pearl St.,
Crestview, was charged with
grand theft and making a false


police report.
1/3: TEJUAN L. BLACKS-
HEAR, 30, of 557 McDonald St.,
Crestview, was charged with
failure to appear based on a
Walton County warrant. KYLE
THOMAS PERCHALSKI, 25, of
3415 Spring Hill Road, Tallahas-
see, was charged with trespass
to an occupied structure and dis-
orderly conduct/breach of peace.
* JESSICA LEIGH DENNY, 21,
of 4315 Spring Hill Road, Talla-
hassee, was charged with tres-
pass to an occupied structure
and disorderly conduct/breach
of the peace.
1/9: IRVING LAWRENCE
WESTBROOKS, 31, of 611 Mc-
Clelland St., Crestview, was
charged with robbery with a fire-
arm. KENNETH TYREASE
SINGLETARY, 28, of 111 Grimes


Ave., Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine and
trespass after warning.
1/10: LEAH RAMSEY
PEADEN, 31, of 517 Addison
Place, Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
1/11: EARNEST JONES
SINGLETARY, 47, of 111 Grimes
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with criminal mischief.
1/12: VICTORIA SHANA
PAIGE, 31, of 101 Thurston Place,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of methamphetamines.
* RUSTY ZAKEE MOORER,
29, of 651 Panama Drive, Crest-
view; was charged with traffick-
ing in cocaine and possession
of drug paraphernalia. CUR-
TIS M. LAMBERT, 50, of 4105
Pinderosa Trail, Crestview, was


charged' with possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and
possession of drug parapherna-
lia. LASHANA NAKIA FORE-
MAN, 23, of 491 S. Lincoln St.,
Crestview, was charged with pe-
tit theft totaling from $100 to less
than $300.
1/14: JOSEPH GAINEY, 19, of
117 Randolph Court, Crestview,
was charged based on a Walton
County warrant for grand theft.
1/15: CHARLES EDMOND
TUCKER, 30, of 212 School Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana. DANIEL JAKE
POWERS, 29, of 105B Brentwood
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with resisting arrest without
violence and disorderly intoxica-
tion. RICKY CHU ORTIZ, 21, of
203 Brookmeade, Crestview, was


charged with larcenous theft, to-
taling $300 or more but less than
$5,000.
1/16: RICHARD SCOTT
CHANCEY, 43, of 5296 Mare
Creek Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked,
first offense. DAVID WAYNE
FESCINA, 31, of 588 Purl Adams
Ave.,. Crestview, was charged
with domestic violence battery,
touch or strike.

Okaloosa Sheriff's Office
reports
1/14: SAMANTHA KAY
HUERTAS, 22, of 4555 Belgium
Run, Holt, was charged with
failure to appear on a charge of
battery/domestic violence and
battery.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More interesting
tales from our area law
enforcement agencies.

They call it 'chutzpah'
A 30-year-old Crestview
man, with the assistance of a
39-year-old cohort from Ponce
D.e Leon, took a bucket of
scrap copper to a local recy-
cler.
While the man from Ponce
De Leon went through the
motions of having the scrap
weighed in preparation for
selling it to the center, the
Crestview man ar6 thought
to have gone through the mo-
tions of relieving the center
of 258 pounds of scrap copper
and loading it into their SUV
with which the men then ab-
sconded.
At another recycling firm
they received $127.80 for the
stolen scrap. To complete the
sale, they provided photo IDs
and personal, information,
which was subsequently pro-
vided to police.


Here comes the chutzpah.
The next day, while Crestview
Police officers were investi-
gating the theft at the first
recycler's, the men returned
to claim payment for the scrap
they originally dropped off as
a distraction while allegedly
stealing the barrel of copper
the day before.
However, they had altered
their receipt to make it appear
they had brouglit in more than
they had. Confronted with the
office copies of the original pa-
perwork, they became irate,
grabbed the originals, left
their doctored receipt behind
and ran.
Both men face grand theft
charges.

How to get arrested I
A 19-year-old Crestview
fellow demonstrated the few
easy steps it takes to get ar-
rested.
Step 1: Get a "business pur-
poses only"'restriction placed
on, your driver's license by
committing traffic infractions.
Step 2: Drive to a public
park to smoke pot with your


pals.
Step 3: Park where the po-
lice officer taking his. lunch
break in a clearly marked
patrol cruiser can watch you.
Make sure it's an officer who
is familiar with you and your
less-than-stellar police re-
cord.
Step 4: When he pulls you
over, tell the officer you are, in
fact, on your way to school.

How to get arrested II
A 34-year-old Crestview
woman demonstrated a dif-
ferent way to get arrested in a
few easy steps.
Step 1. Walk into a conve-
nience store with an empty
purse the size of Mary Pop-
pins' carpetbag.
Step 2. Stride purposefully
to the beer cooler and load
yourpurse with two four-packs
of Miller High Life, three Bud
Lights in the bottle, and three
Budweisers,in a can.
Step 3. Walk out the
front door oblivious to the fact
that the clerk watched you
the whole time and that
you were recorded on surveil-


lance video.
Step 4. Boast of your clever-
ness to a witness who prompt-.
ly tells the police.

"I can't imagine why
I'm arrested"
A 22-year-old Crestview
dude leads police on a high-
speed chase through several
intersections in a residential
area after officers noticed his
windows were tinted illegally.
After he abandoned his car
and hid under a house, he was
hauled out and arrested.
In addition to officers con-
firming his tint was too dark,
they also found the dude's
crack cocaine in the center
console.
After he. earned citations
for reckless driving, knowing-
ly. driving with a suspended
license as a habitual traffic of-
fender, fleeing and attempting
to elude a police officer, plus
narcotics violations, he was
overheard at the jail while on
the phone saying, "Grandma,
I got arrested because I was
driving reckless and I don't
know what else."


ARTS CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

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Miniatures" A chamber orchestra.
program featuring NWF State Col-
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professional symphony performing
Strauss's "Bourgeois Gentilhomme
Suite," Handel's "Concerto Grosso in
Bb," and Mozart's "Serenade in C mi-
nor." 7:30 p.m.
Mattie Kelly Arts Center at North-
west Florida State College. Tickets:
$22.50 adults, $16 youth age 18 and
younger. Symphony Web site: www.
nfsymphony.org. Box Office 850-729-
6000.

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the Lawrence Welk Theatre in Bran-
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one concert at the Northwest Florida
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Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m.
The Emerald Coast Concert Associa-
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leave you breathless.
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overpass at the southern
intersection of state roads
85 and 123 could become a
reality.
The Florida Department
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Wednesday, January 28, 2009w www.crestvie w b ulleti n.co m Page 1


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school girls
weightlifting
Baker, Crestview at
sectional meet at FWB,
noon.

Thursday
High school boys
basketball
Laurel Hill at Rocky
Bayou,JV 6 p.m./V
7:15 p.m.
Crestview at Choctaw,
JV 5:30 p.m./V 7 p.m.

High school girls
basketball
Milton at Crestview,
JV 5:30 p.m./V 7 p.ni.
Bozeman at Laurel Hill,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:15 p.m.
Navarre at Baker,
varsity only 6 p.m.

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

Middle school soccer
Davidson at Richbourg,
Boys 5 p.m./Girls 6:15
p.m.

BRIEFS
Cal Ripken Baseball/
Babe Ruth Softball
Player registration
for Cal Ripken Baseball
and Babe Ruth Softball is
open for North Okaloosa
Athletics. Players ages 4-
18 can register anytime
at www.noya.org or at
Sports 2000, 314 S.
Ferdon Blvd. weekdays
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and
Saturdays from 10 a.m:-
2 p.m.
Fees for T-ball, rookie
and all softball divisions
are $50. Minor and major
league baseball is $65.
Junior and senior baseball
is $85.
Proof of age as of April
30 is required.

City of Crestview
baseball/softball
The city of Crestview
Parks and Recreation
baseball and softball
registration will be held
throughout January at
Twin Hills Park, 100 N.
Hathaway St. Leagues
S are for youths ages 5 to
15, based on age as of
May 1. Registration hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
weekdays. Registration
fee of $60 ($65 outside
city limits) covers hat, shirt
and pants players will
keep. New registrants are
welcome and should bring
a copy of the child's birth
certificate and proof of
insurance. All games are
played at Durell Lee Park'
at 1850 E. First Ave..in
Crestview.
The department is
gauging the interest level
for a girls softball league
for ages 13-15. Parents
with girls who would be
interested should contact
the park.
BAYA baseball,
softball registration
All youths ages 3-
16 interested in playing
BAYA T-ball, baseball or
Softball can sign up at
the Baker High School
Gym from 1- a.m.
to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Participants also can
register from 5-7 p.m.
Feb. 2, 3, 5 or 6 at the
BAYA ballpark. Online
registration is available at
www.eteamz.com/BAYA.
Tryouts are Feb. 7. Age
6-8 baseball and softball
and age 9-10 baseball
and softball will be at 9
a.m. Age 11-12 baseball
and softball and age 13-
14 baseball and softball
will be at 10:30 a.m.
Opening day will be
March 7.


Hobo homec


BROTHERS IN HOOPS: Gulf Coast's Jeffery Reese, left,. and
Brad Reese prepare to play Northwest Florida State on
Saturday in Niceville.


Combest adjusts


to role reversal

Baker grad a valued reserve for GCCC

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE Chelsea Combest's role on a
basketball court changed drastically when she
made the jump from Class 2A Baker School to
perennial junior college women's power Gulf
Coast Community College.
Combest was a five-year starter for the Ga-
tors and seldom came off the floor unless Baker
had the game well in hand.
This year, her role has been 'reversed.
She's the one entering the game when the
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Commodore squad.
The second and third:
reasons were brothers
Jeffery and Brad Reese,
who previously starred for
Laurel Hill.
Nothing against Chelsea
or Jeffery, but Brad had
the biggest drawing power
of the three as he played
in what should be his last
official game in Okaloosa
County.
Come fall, Brad will
be at Texas Tech playing
for Pat Knight, son of the
legendary and equally
volatile Bobby Knight.,
I just couldn't pass up
what could very well be the
last opportunity I have to
see Brad play in person.
The last time I saw-
him play was when the
Hoboes took on The Rock
in the Region 1-1A finals at
Gainesville High in 2006.
That night, Brad was the
best player on the floor as
he led the Hoboes to a spot
in the state final four.
Three years later, he
still looked like the best
player on the floor. Maybe
he wasn't the leading scorer
for Gulf Coast on Saturday,
but he has turned into a
complete player.
I won't try to compare
Brad to other players who
have come out of Okaloosa
County, or even those who
have come out the north
end of the county.
Tom Hammonds had
attained near-legend
status by the time he
graduated from Crestview.
Hammonds, of course,


went on to an All-American
career at Georgia Tech and
logged a dozen years'in the
NBA.
Fort Walton Beach's
Dyron Nix, a contemporary
ofHammonds,
went on to star
for th Teinnessee -
Volunteers. Nix
led the SEC in
rebounding in 1986-
87 and in scoring in
1987-88 and was a
CKSON two-time All-SEC
I Zone performer.
That's not to
mention guys like Kelly
Wise from Choctaw, who is
one of the great rebounders
in the history.of the
University of Memphis, or
Preston Shumpert, who
graduated from Fort Walton
Beach and is one of the
great scorers in Syracuse
history.
There is still time
for Brad Reese to make
his mark and equal the,
accomplishments of the
greats from the area who
have gone before him.
Who knows? If Brad
continues to improve, lhe
Might even have a shot
at the NBA in a couple of
years.
'But the greatest thing
basketball has given both
Brad and Jeffery is the
opportunity to receive an
education.
No matter how far either
of them go in the sport,
one day their knees will
be battered from years of
pounding the hardwood,
and the things that come
so easily on the court today
won't be so easy.
When that day comes,
it's an education that will
carry them through the rest
of their lives.
That's something every
young athlete needs to
remember.

Visit Randy Dickson's
"North End Zone" blog at
www.crestviewbulletin.
comfor his take on the
coach that was fired on a
100-0 win.


GIRLS.
WEIGHTLIFTING
Baker 57,
Crestview 14
The Baker girls'
weightlifting team claimed
the top lift in eight of 10
weight classes on Thursday
in a 57-14 win over
Crestview.
.Individual results
101: Caitlin Arzaga
(B) 175; 110: Amber
Barrow (B) 190, Alexa
Farris (B) 175; 119:
Caitlyn Pawlak (C)
165, Brittany Farris
(B) 160; 129: Holley
Stanley (B) 200, Katie
.Fryman (C) 190,
Erica Adams (B) 155;
139: Brittany Rock (B)
215, Kali Flanders (B)
95, Hannah Hamilton
(C) 185; 154: Myah
LeGrande (C) 235,
Audrey Adams (B) 150,
Chelsea Campbell (B).
150; 169: Naomi
Ldngley (B) 270, Caitlyn
Giles (B) 220; 183:
Rebecca Smart (B) 235;
199: Miranda Godwin
(B) 250, Samantha Sierra
(B) 185; Unlimited: Ashley
Corley (B) 165

GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Laurel Hill 67,
S.L. Jones 17
Jenny Brown poured in
22 points, Brooke Hansen
'had 17 and Laqueatta
Williams added 13 in the
Hoboes' victory on
Jan. 19.
SL 48 3 2 17
LH 18 21 18 10 -'67
Laurel Hill Jenny
Brown 22, Laqueatta
Williams 13, Brooke
Hansen 17, Tuyen Morris
5, Kasey Harrison 4,
Jessica Gartman 2, Nyiece
Underwood 2, Sabrina
Hammonds 2. Totals: 19 5
14 18 -67

Paxton 32,
Crestview'23
The Dawgs led early,
but the Bobcats pulled
away late on Jan. 19 to
complete a season sweep
of CHS:
P3 106'13 32
C 8 3 84 23
Crestview Arquitia
Jernigan 6, Monique
Thurman 6, Holly Stanford
5, Danica Applewhite
3, Jordan Thurman 2,
Shaquan Scott 2. Totals 7
1 68 23.

Crestview 47,
Baker 29
It didn't take Crestview
long to set the tone against
Baker in girls basketball
Thursday night.
Arquitia Jernigan and
Monique Thurman scored
four points each in the first
quarter as the Bulldogs
jumped in front 14-5 and
never looked back.
Class 5A Crestview was
ust too long and athletic
or Class 2A Baker as the
Bulldogs used their size
and quickness to disrupt
the Gators throughout the
game.
Crestview won the JV
game 40-20.
B 5 6 7 11 -29
C148 7 18 -47
Baker Carly Barton
8, Courtney Fountain 7,
Shanna Cobb 2, Alyssa
Horn 9, Catilyn Holley 2,
Dani Mayhair 1. Totals 1 1
7-17 29.
Crestview Jodi
Montalvo 4, Arquitia
Jernigan 15, Jordan
Thurman 6, Candice Green
5, Danica Applewhite 2,
Monique Thurman 15.
Totals 16 15-2347
Central 49,
Laurel Hill 39
The Hoboes fell

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Neighborhood gatherings

Photos by Ann Spann The Dawgs got some revenge
Crestview News Bulletin with a 47-29 girls basketball win.
Laurel Hill got into the act
North Okaloosa County's Friday with a boys basketball
athletes spent the end of game against Crestview, but the
the week in head-to-head Dawgs prevailed 68-45.
competition.
Baker's girls weightlifting See more photos from all
team topped Crestview, 57-14 on of these contests at www.
Thursday. crestviewbulletin.com


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SHOOT FOR TWO: Crestview's
Arquitia Jernigan takes a
shot during the Dawgs' girls
basketball game Thursday
against Baker. She is guarded
by Baker's Shanna Cobb.


GATHERING HER STRENGTH: Samantha Siera prepares
to lift for the Baker Gators during a competition
against Crestview.


DAWG AMUNL GAIUKT : A host of players surround a
Crestview ballhandler.


DAWGS ON THE GLASS: Jordan Glover comes down
with the rebound, for the Bulldogs.


ON THE MOVE: Ethan Jackson
court for the Hoboes.


brings the ball down the


Gators face some heavy lifting in sectional meet


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Baker's girls
weightlifting team will


have its hands full, liter-
ally and figuratively, when
the Gators travel to Fort
Walton Beach today for the
sectional meet with hopes
of sending some lifters to


the state meet on Feb. 14.
That isn't to say Baker,
doesn't, have a shot at a
good showing against its
bigger sisters in the area.
The Gatoris have proven


that they can compete with
the larger schools.
"We had 23 girls on our
team, and for Baker, as
small as we are, we out-
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ger schools," Coach David.
Oglesby said. "Granted,
I get to pull from sixth
through 12th grade, and I:
let them all compete.
"And we don't have an-
other girls sport other than
basketball going right now.
So the numbers helped us."
S Baker is undefeated in
its dual and tri-meets with,
wins against Crestview,
Niceville and South Wal-
ton..
On top of that, the Ga-
tors came in third at the
qualifying meet for the
sectional behind only
Choctawhatchee and Fort
Walton Beach.
"I think we competed
well against the bigger
schools," Oglesby said.
Baker's lifters will need
to be on top of things, as
only three lifters from each
weight class advance from
the sectional to state.
The Gators are led by
senior Naomi Langley,
who lifts in the 169-pound
class.
"Her freshman year, she
competed and qualified for
state," Oglesby said.
"She hasn't returned
in the last two years. She
broke her arm one year
and then she scratched in
regionals last year, so we
are hoping to get her back.
I'm looking for good things
from her."
Langley finished third
at the qualifying meet.
Miranda Godwin won
the qualifier in the 199-
pound class and is unde-


feated this year.
"I look forward for her
to have a chance to go on
to state, and she's just a
junior," Oglesby said.
Rebecca Smart finished
second in the sectional in
the 183-pound class.-
Caitlin Arzaga per-
formed well in the 101-
pound class at the sec-
tional.
"(Arzaga) is a senior
and I look for good things
from her, as well," Oglesby
said.
If things fall into place,
Oglesby thinks the Gators
will send the most girls to
state in the program's his-
tory.
Oglesby attributes
much of the team's suc-
cess to the willingness
of the girls to listen and
learn.
"Boys are sometimes
stubborn and think they
know everything," he said.
"Girls, especially in the
sport of weightlifting, are
like sponges. They soak
everything up, and they do
exactly what you tell them
to do.
"So when it comes to
coaching girls in weight-
lifting, it's much easier.
They are listening and
paying attention and do-
ing exactly what they are
coached to do. That's why
they are successful."
Visit our online girls
weightlifting reference
page at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


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players. I think our team is be-
ing positive.
"We are in second place in
the conference, and Gulf Coast
hasn't been good in a while,
so we are making strides this
season. We all come from win-
ning programs, and we come
out and we compete to win. We
have that winning mentality.
Coach works us hard in prac-
tice, so we go out and expect to
win every game we play"
That's not to say Brad
doesn't appreciate winning the
national honor.
"It means a lot to me be-
cause I've come a long way
from when was at Southeast,"
he said. "I knew if I just kept
working hard that I'd eventu-
ally get to the top of the game.
I take-it as an honor, but I still
have to work to do."
As a freshman, Jeffery has


been forced to make the adjust-
ment from scorer to defender as
the spotlight shines on his older
brother Some players might be
jealous, but he embraces his
role on a winning team.
"I just come in and try to
work hard," Jeffery said. "I
don't try to score that much be-
cause we've got scorers on the
team with some of the other
guys and my brother. I'm just
trying to play defense and try-
ing to stop their best shooter
and stuff. I'm just giving it all
I'Ve got right now until next
year."
Powell said Jeffery's self-
lessness will be rewarded next
season.
"It took him a couple of
games, but I think what he
learned was, 'I can have a big
impact and a big role on our
team if I do some things other


people aren't doing,'" Powell
said. "One of those things is
being athletic on the glass and
playing great defense.
"Jeffery, because he's such
a great competitor and wants
to win, is willing to do those
things to get on the floor and
play this year. I can tell you now
that next year we are going to
be relying on him to score some
points like he did at Laurel Hill
School."
Brad said he believes Jef-
fery will be up to the challenge.
"He's going to be a stud next
year," he said. "He's going to be
the go-to guy and score a lot of
points. I think he has a shot to
go to a big program if he keeps
working through the summer."
For now, the Reese boys are
enjoying one last season to-
gether on the basketball court.
"It's kind of like high school


days only on a bigger stage,"
Brad said. "He's my little broth-
er, and it's fun playing with him
because he's family. It's good to
see him succeed in his college
career."
Jeffery agreed.
"It's greatplaying with him,"
he said. "I love it. He's here
pushing me on, and I'm trying
to do what he's done making it
to the next level playing Divi-
sion I.
"I want to try and do that for
myself."

Follow the Gulf Coast Com-
munity College basketball
program through our Florida
Freedom Newspapers sister
paper, the Panama City News
Herald. The News Herald's
GCCC sports stories appear
at www.newsherald.com/sec-
tions/gulfcoastsports


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
ON THE DRIVE: Gulf Coast's Brad Reese
dribbles in Saturday's game against
Northwest Florida Statein Niceville.


BRIEFS from page B1


Thursday and remained winless in
District 1-1A play.
LHS3 15 12 9 39
Cen 14 12 12 11 -49
Laurel Hill Jenny Brown
4, Laqueatta Williams 21, Brooke
Hansen 5, Alex Castleberry 2,
Tuyen Morris 1, Kasey Harrison 4;
Nyiece Underwood 2.

Ponce de Leon 44, Baker 39
The Pirates made just seven
field goals but made 30 of 46
free throws to complete a season
sweep of the Gators on Friday in a
showdown between the top teams
in District 1-2A. Sixteen of PDLs 20
points in the decisive fourth quarter
came from the free throw line.
PDL 10 9 5 20 44
Bak 10 108 11 39
Baker Carly Barton 2,
Courtney Fountain 20, Shanna
Cobb 4, Alyssa Horn 7, Caitlin
Holley 1, Hannah McGraw 2,
Dani Mayhair 3. Totals 12 1 12-
1939.

BOYS BASKETBALL
Niceville 68; Crestview 55
The Eagles started slow but
finished strong in defeating
Crestview on Jan. 20 in.a District
1-5A matchup between two teoms


heading in opposite directions.
N 17 19 17 15-68
C 12 16 17 10- 55
Crestview Shykeem
Jackson 15, Carter Hamlin 10,
Chris Pickett 7, Jordan Glover
7, Antryun Coleman 7, Darius
Applewhite 4, Jaquarius Raison-
Craig 3, Cortez Whatley.2.
Totals: 20 4 3-10 55.

Baker 56, Pensacola
Christian Academy 40.
The Gators wrapped up the
No. 1 seed for the District 1-2A
tournament Jan. 20 by completing
a season sweep of the.reigning
regional champions*
Baker 13 19 10 14-56
PCA'13 9 4 14-40
Baker Stephen Shelley
25, Jarrod Batson 13, Chad
Donley 11, Cameron Davis 3,
Josh Rose 2, Colton Henry 2.

Crestview 68,
Laurel Hill 45
A swarming Crestview team
beat the Hoboes 68-45.
-Not only did the Bulldogs
win big on the scoreboard, but
Crestview dominated every aspect
of the game, outrebounding the
Hoboes 32-18 and forcing Laurel
Hill 17 turnovers.


"We really tried to work on
outrebounding our opponent,"
Bulldog coach Brian Humphrey
said. "We got almost every
rebound that came off early.
"Once we'started grabbing,
the rebounds, we could control
the offense and defensive ends.
Once we got up to a. 10-point
lead we just tried to play good
defense. Laurel Hill can shoot and
we tried not to leave any of their
shooters open."
To say that Crestview got off to
a fast start is an understatement.
It took Chris Pickett all of two
seconds to score off the opening
tip as the Bulldogs played more
like greyhounds in racing to a
10-0 lead.
The game was almost four
minutes old when Issiac Williams
finally scored for the Hoboes.
Laurel Hill pulled within
four points at 14-10 on a Will
Sherwood 3-pointer, but that's as
close as the Hoboes would get.
"I thought our guards didn't
handle the pressure too well,"
Hobo coach Kent Zessin said.
"Crestview came out and put the
pressure on the ball real well and
we had a hard time adjusting to
that.
"It starts off with ybur guards


and if they can't handle the
pressure it's tough to run things.
We struggled all night trying to
run our offense because of the
pressure they put on the ball."
LHS 10 6 12 17-45
CHS 16 16 1620 -68
Laurel Hill EthanJackson
10, Will Sherwood 5, Travon
Calloway 3, Seth Strickland 13,
Issiac Williams 14. Totals 10 6
7-1645.
Crestview Antryun
Coleman. 3, Justin Cline 3,
Jaquarias Morris 7, Chris Pickett
1 1, Shykeem Jackson 10, Tyler
Corder3, Jordan Glover 8, Colby
Wilson 2, Darius Applewhite 9,
Martez House 8, Carter Hamlin
4. Totals 24 3 11-20 68.

Baker 57, Jay 47
Stephen Shelley recorded 19
points and 13 rebounds as the
Gators completed a perfect regular
season in District 1-2A play Friday.
B 15 12 13 17 57
J 10 13 8 16 -47
Baker Colton Henry 2,
Josh Rose 11, Josh Yost 2, Chad
Donley 13, Cameron Davis 2,
Stephen Shelley 19, jSrrod Batson
8. Totals 17 2 17-20 57.,

Baker 59, Paxton'56


Baker rallied in the final period
Saturday to improve to 19-2.
Paxton'missed five of eight free
throws in the final period to aid the
Gator comeback.
B 15 11 17 16 -59
P 19 14 12 11 56
Baker Chad Donley 20,
Josh Rose 12, Stephen Shelley
12, Jarrod Batson 10, Josh Yost 5.
Totals 174 13-1859.

GIRLS SOCCER
Choctaw 3, Crestview 1
Morgan Colman scored No.
5 seed Crestview's-goal early in
the second half, but No. 4 seed
Choctaw scored the last two goals
of this District 1-5A tournament
quarterfinal t? end the Dawgs'
season.

WRESTLING
Arnold Invitational
Crestiiew.finished fifth in the
16-team tournament Saturday.
Niceville won the event.
Top CHS finishers 112:
4. Anthony Walker; 119: 4. Clint
Lukert; 125: 2. DannyJohnson;
130: 3. Colin Smith; 140: 2.
Tanner Vigren. 160: 2. Justin
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Commodores put another team away.
Combest isn't complaining.
"It's been a lot of fun," she said. "It's
a lot more basketball, and that's how I
like it. The basketball is a lot more fun.
"Early on, it wasn't as much fun be-
cause it was a lot of hard work, but now
that we are getting into conference play,
it's a lot of fun even when I'm not play-
ing. You don't even have to play because
the atmosphere and experience is a lot
of fun."
Gulf Coast coach Roonie Scovel said
she is pleased with the way Combest is
developing.
"I think she's adjusting to the athleti-
cism in the Panhandle Conference," she
said. "It takes a lot of time. But she's a
key player. She's a role player, and she's
adjusting to that very well. We are very,
very proud for her.
"She can come out shooting and bust
a zone, but she's got to get a little bit bet-
ter on the defensive end to defend these
athletes in this conference. Offensively,
she's got a great shot and a great tech-
nique. We've just got to get her a little
better on the defensive side."
Combest knows her offense is her
strength, but when she does get into a
game, she doesn't have much time to
find her stride.
"Whenever I do get my chance to go


in, I have to make the most of it," she
.said. "I don't have a chance to get in a
rhythm. I just have to be in a rhythm
whenever I go in."
Always the competitor, Combest ad-
mits to wondering what it might have
been like if she had chosen to play
somewhere else.
"I think about that all the time," she
said, "but if I had gone someplace like
,that; I wouldn't be learning as much as
I am here, and that's what I like about
it."
After coming from a winning pro-
gram at Baker under her mom, Kathy,
Chelsea is just happy to be playing for
another winner at Gulf Coast.
"Keeping the tradition I had at Baker
with winning, that's the best part," she
said. "Keeping that tradition because
they've won a lot, and we won a lot at
Baker.
"It's been good to be A part of a pro-
gram that continues the winning tradi-
tion."

Follow the Gulf Coast Community
College basketball program through
our Florida Freedom Newspapers sis-
ter paper, the Panama 6ity News Her-
ald. The News'Herald's GCCC sports
stories appear at www.newsherald.
com/sections/gulfcoastsports


From staff reports

NWFSC REGISTRATION: For
Northwest Florida State College
Spring term is now in progress at all
NWF State College locations. Late
registration continues through March
9 for fast-track session 3 classes. A
course listing is available'at www.
nwfstatecollege.edu. Details: 689-7911.
Sign up for PRIME TIME personal
enrichment classes continue at all
NWF State College locations until
classes or are filled.-Individuals who
have previously enrolled may register
online. First-time students should
enroll in person.
SWEETHEART PAGEANT: 5 p.m.
Saturday at Crestview High Schpol
Auditorium. Proceeds go toward the
Ellen Thigpen Memorial Scholarship
Fund. Age divisions from 1 month to 18
years.
Details: Wendy Mainor, 974-8333.
Applications may be picked up at
local schools or provided via e-mail at
zetadeltachapter@gmail.com.
FIRST TUESDAY LECTURES: At
the Robert L.F Sikes Public Library on
Commerce Drive in Crestview:
Feb. 3: The History of Jazz with
Dr. Cheryl Jones, NWFSC instructor
and of Jones & Company.
March 3: Poisonous Plants of
Northwest Florida, with Larry Williams
of the Okaloosa County Extension
Service.
WILD GAME DINNER: Rotary
Club of Crestview invites you to the


16th Annual Wild Game Feast and Two-
Day Quail Hunt on Feb. 6-7. The Wild
Game Feast will be held the evening of
Feb. 6 at Gum Creek Lodge in Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida State
University baseball coach, is this year's
speaker. Proceeds will benefit NWF
State College (formerly OWC) Sports
Program and the Rotary Scholarship
Fund. For more information, to
purchase tickets or to schedule a hunt,
please call Bill Barnhill at (850) 803-
2367 or Ronnie Lunsford at 682-5168.
TOASTMASTERS OPEN
HOUSE: The Crestview Toastmasters
Club invites you to attend a sample
meeting including a speech, an
evaluation and a table topics
presentation from 6-7 p.m. Feb. 10 at
the Crestview public library.
Refreshments will be served.
Contact Kathy Morrow at 865-6993
or crestviewtoastmasterkathy@yahoo.
com for more information.
TAX FORMS: Free copies of the
most common tax forms are available
at the Crestview Public Library. (These
and other more specific forms may
also be downloaded free at wwwirs.
gov). AARP Tax Aide will be providing
free tax help to low and middle-income
taxpayers with special attention to
those 60 and older. Tax preparation
assistance will be provided on a
first-come, first-served basis Feb. 1
through April 15 during the following
hours: Mondays 2-6 p.m., Tuesdays
and Thursdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and
Fridays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


SPONSORSHIP
FUELS SUCCESS:
Crestview
native Tom
Hammonds
seeks
sponsorship
for the 2009
NHRA season.


Slow economy a speed bump


for NHRA racer Hammonds


Special to the News Bulletin

HOLT An economic recession normal-
ly does not affect the sports industry.
Unfortunately for Crestview native and'
NHRA owner/driver Tom Hammonds,
the current recession is doing just that.
Hammonds is having difficulty securing
sponsorship for his Race for Achievement
Chevy Cobalt for the 2009 NHRA season.
"Everybody is out there looking for po-
tential partners, and we are no different,"
Hammonds said. "We need a partner like
all other race teams in order for us to be
competitive and to keep moving forward
with our Race for Achievement program.
"Realistically, to have a chance for the
Chase for the Championship, we need to
have a sponsor before the first race (Feb.
5-8) in Pomona, Calf. If not, then, we may
not be moving forward."
Hammonds, who led Crestview High
School to a state basketball championship
in 1985 and went on to play in the NBA,
has competed in an abbreviated NHRA
schedule the past two seasons because
he lacked a sponsorship. Without spon-
sorship for the 2009 season, his team is in
jeopardy of not racing.
"We are not in the position financially
to compete on an NHRA 24-race circuit
right now," he said.
Neville Waters, president aid founder,
of Washington, D.C.-based sports mar-
keting consulting firm The Waters Group
Inc., who has consulted NFL, Nike and
JW Marriott, said Hammonds can offer
sponsors opportunities not available with
other NHRA teams.
S"The cross-promotional benefits with
the NBA that are available through Tom
Hammonds Racing are unique," Waters
said. "The action environment appeals
to young audience's, while the NBA rein-
forces the message of vitality, excitement
and activity. This value-added opportunity
opens the door to expanding upon your
target audience to encompass greater di-
versity in the marketplace. Yet, with Tom
Hammonds Racing as the foundation, the
marketing message can remain-consis-
tent and strong."
It is a misconception that Hammonds
does not need.sponsorship dollars, thanks
to his NBA success.
"I thank God that he has blessed me
to play basketball and start this racing
program,. but at the same time, this is
a business. We have to run it as such,"
Hammonds said. "Though I have done
well financially, we still need sponsorship
dollars to be just as successful as other
teams."
Like other professional race teams,
Team Hammonds' performance on and
off of the track is limited without spon-
sorship. For the 2008 season, Hammonds
raced in 13 races and finished in 24th
place in the NHRA points standings. He
hosted only four of his signature "Race for
Achievement" education programs.
Hammonds said he is confident a spon-


Hammonds pens guest column
for Ebony
Tom Hammonds is credited
as guest contributor for February
2009 Ebony column "For Brothers
Only." 1
"For Brothers Only" is a monthly
column that shares motivational
life messages and experiences
aimed at male readlers.:I
"When Ebony approached
me with the opportunity ;' to.
write an inspirational' piece for
'For Brothers Only,' it was a
no-brainer," said a reflective ;
Hammonds. "Once again, I
am very excited to be able to
share encouraging words, as it
pertains to my life's experiences
in a publicationthat is a staple in
American, and African-American
heritage.
"It is my hope men, both young
and old, will take the shared'
information, which has guided
me in life, and apply it to their
'lives to achieve success. So many
times, we get caught up in thinking
about ourselves, we forget that we
should take the time to motivate
and help each other. That is what
life is all about, and I thank Ebony
for allowing me to do so.'"
Past contributing writers have
been ESPN's Stephen A. Smith,
Georgetown University Professor
and renowned author Eric Michael:
Dyson, and television host and
former Michigan Superior Court
Judge Greg Mathis:.
The February issue of Ebony
Magazine is on newsstands. now.


sor will come. He is adamant about not
racing an abbreviated season or not
racing at all. He hopes a brand will follow
up with him so the team can start prepar-
ing for the 2009 season.
"I equate speed and team community
involvement with money," Hammonds
said. "The more sponsorship dollars our
team has enables us to try different things
on the dyno, through our engine depart-
ment and racing program, as well as test
our Chevy Cobalt on the track. That en-
ables us to get more data, which enables
us to make better decisions.'The conse-
quence is a quicker ET.
"We started the Race for Achievement
program last year, and it runs in conjunc-
tion with our NHRA schedule. Sponsor-
ship dollars enables us to have a program
at all 24 races. This allows us to make a
grassroots connection in all the race mar-
kets."


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IN RE: ESTATE OF MA-
MIE P. JOLLY
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of Malie P. Jolly,
deceased, whose date of
death was April 30,
2007, File Number
2008-CP-1284, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is


AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE TIME OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


All other creditors of the
descendent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
descendent;s estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
T W O
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is Janu-
ary 21, 2009
GILLIS E. POWELL. JR.
FLORIDA BAR NO.
183427
POST OFFICE BOX 277


CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA herein.
32536
850-682-2757 YOU
ATTORNEYS FOR PER- t
SONAL REPRESENTA- an
TIVE F o r
of Mor
IRA JOLLY, JR. lowing
296 SCHOOL AVENUE erty:
CRESTVIEW. FLORIDA


ARE NOTIFIED
h a t
action for
ecI osu re
tgage on the fol-
described prop-


18.76 FEET ALONG named above.
THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE NORTH- In accordance with the
WESTERLY HAVING Ameribans with Disabili-
A RADIUS OF ties Act, persons need-
1153.50 FEET,. A i n g
CENTRAL ANGLE OF a reasonable accommo-
00'55'54", AND A dation to participate In
CORD BEARING this proceeding should,
NORTH 37'23'58" no later than seven (7)


32539 A PARCEL OF LAND EAST 15.76 FEET TO days prio
P E R S O N A L "IN SECTION 6, THE NORTHERLY Clerk of
REPRESENTATIVE TOWNSHIP 2 LINE OF SAID LOT 3; d i
SOUTH, RANGE 23 THENCE SOUTH bility co
01/21/09 WEST IN OKALOOSA 52'43'38" EAST 85065174
01/28/09 COUNTY, FLORIDA ALONG SAID EGLIN P1
DESCRIBED AS A NORTHERLY LINE. A SHALIMAI
PORTION OF LOT 3, DISTANCE OF 150.00 hearing ii
Legal# 100490 BLOCK 3, SHALIMAR FEET TO THE POINT tact-(TDD
RE SUBDIVISION, AS OF BEGINNING. via FIo
IN THE CIRCUIT RECORDED IN PLAT System.
COURT OF THE FIRST BOOK 1, PAGE 91 a/k/a 18 SHALIMAR
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF THE OFFICIAL DR SHALIMAR, FL This is a
FLORIDA IN AND RECORDS, AND 32579 collect
FOR OKALOOSA MORE PARTICULARLY Informati
COUNTY CASE NO. DESCRIBED AS BE- has been filed against tained i
2Q08-CA-006647 S GINNING AT THE you and you are for that p
N2008-AORTHEASTERLY r e q u i r e d
BANK OF AMERICA, CORNER OF SAID to serve a copy of your 01/17/09
N.A. LOT 3; THENCE written defenses, If any, 01/24/09
PlaintiffS,
Plapf SOUTHWESTERLY to ,It, on Nwabufo
Plait, ALONG THE SOUTH- Umunna, Attorney for
WESTERLY LINE OF Plaintiff, whose address Legal # 1
SSAID LOT 3, 70.03 is 2901 Stirling Road,
DARRIN W. HABEL, FEET ALONG THE Suite 300, Fort Laud- IN THI
eD N W. ARC OF A CURVE, erdale, Florida 33312 el- COl
et.al. OKI
Defendants. CONCAVE NORTH- ther on or before Febru- OK
WESTERLY, HAVING ary 26, 2009 and file COUN1
NOTICE OF ACTION A RADIUS OF 133.50 the original with he PROBA
FEET. A CENTRAL AN- C I e r k FIL
TO: DARRIN W. HABEL GLE OF 62'43'38" of this Court either 2008-C
Whose residence ls:: 18 WEST. A DISTANCE b e f o r a DIVISIO
SHALIMAR DR, OF 144.88 FEET TO service on Plaintiff's
SHALIMAR, FL, 32579 & THE EASTERLY a t t o r IN RE:
8808 COLONY LANE RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE ney or immediately RONALD
SE, TENINO, WA, OF RELOCATED t h a r a INSON, J
98589 SHALIMAR, DRIVE after; otherwise a default Deceasec
(50' R/W), THENCE will be entered against
TO: APRIL V. HABEL NORTHEASTERLY you for the relief de- NOTICE
Whose residence is 18 ALONG SAID mended In the com-
SHALIMAR IDR, RIGHT-OF-WAY, plaint. Theadm
SHALIMAR IDR, Theadmi
SHALIMAR, FL. 32579 51.55 FEET ALONG
e...u .....,. THE ARC OF A WITNESS my hand and Estate of
Roino


&t8Ou COULOINY LAINE E
SE, TENINO, WA,
98589
If alive, and if dead, all
parties claiming interest
by, through, under or
against DARRIN W.
HABEL; APRIL V.
H A B E L
and all parties having or
claiming. to have any
right, title, or interest in
the property described


CURVE, CONCAVE the seal of this Court this
EASTERLY, HAVING 12 day of January 2009.
A RADIUS OF 175.00
FEET, A CENTRAL AN- Don W. Howard
GEL OF 18'62'40", As Deputy Clerk
AND A CHORD By: Aunita Cantrall
BEARING NORTH As Deputy Clerk
33"22"08 EAST
51.35 FEET TOA A copy of this Notice of.
POINT OF REVERSE Action, Complaint and
CURVATURE: THENCE, L i; i' s
C O N TI N U I N G Pendens were sent to
ALONG SAID t h e
RIGHT-OF-WAY defendants and address.


Robinson
whose da
August 9,
ing in thi
for Okal
Florida, P
the addrt
1250 N.
Shalimar,
names ar
the Perso
tive and
Represen
are set fo


r, contact me
the Court's
s a -
ordinator at
97, 1250 N
R FL, 32579. If
paired, con-
) 8009558771
orida Relay

In attempt to
a debt. any
on ob-
trll be used
urpose.




00494
E CIRCUIT
URT FOR
ALOOSA
'Y, FLORIDA
TE DIVISION
LE NO.
P-001279-S
DN PROBATE
ESTATE OF
PATRICK ROB-
R.
d.
E TO CREDI-
TORS
nistration of the
Ronald Patrick
, Jr., deceased,
te of death was
2008, is perid-
e Circuit Court
oosa County,
robate Division,
iss of which is
Eglin Parkway,
FL 32579. The
id addresses of
nal Representa-
the Personal
tative's attorney
irth below.


Marisa S. Robinson
.--- I -- -- a


All creditors of the Dece- 4500 Hardscrabbl
dent and other persons Road, Apt. 118
having claims or de- Columbia, SC 29229
mands against
Decedent's Estate on 01/28/09
whom a copy of this no- 02/04/09
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF Legal# 100495
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- IN THE CIRCUIT
LICATION OF THIS NO- COURT IN AND FOR
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER OKALOOSA
THE DATE OF SERVICE COUNTY, FLORIDA
OF A COPY OF THIS PROBATE DIVISION
NOTICE ON THEM. FILE NO. 08-CP-1463
All other creditors of the
Decedent and other per- IN RE: ESTATE OF M
sons having claims or de- CHAEL A. HONAKER
mands against Deceased.
Decedent's Estate must
file their claims withthis NOTICE TO CREDI-
court WITHIN 3 TORS
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PUB- The administration of t"
LICATION OF THIS NO- estate of MICHAEL
TICE. HONAKER,, decease
woToICE 0.. M c -


ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is Janu-
ary 28, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
AARON B. WENTZ, Esq.
Attorney for Marisa S.
Robinson
Florida Bar No.
0065810
AARON B WENTZ, RA.
814 A Shadow Lane
Ft. Walton Beach FL
32547
T e l e p h o n e :
850-863-8006
Fax: 850-863-8009
Pesonal Representative:


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A.
d,


wnose daae or death was
October 17, 2008, Is
pending In the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice s required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION.
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims witthis
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE


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Wednesday, January 28, 2009


KHADER DAOUD,
Plaintiff,


DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.

Date of first publication
of this Notice of Admin-
istration: January 28,
2009


JASON R. MOULTON TO: CLARENCE TATE
660 North Ferdon Boule- SR. and SAVANNAI
vard, Suite A TATE a/k/a SAVAN
Crestview, Florida NAH TAPE, known natu
32536 ral persons, not known t
850-689-1474 be either dead or aliv
Florida Bar No.: and all unknown heirs
0150126 devisees, grantees, as
Attorney.for Petitioner signs, creditors, or othe
parties claiming by
P e r s d n a I through, under or against
Representative:. them


MARK HONAKER
715 Summer Lane
Prattville, Alabama
36066

01/28/09
02/04/09

Legal # 100496

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-DR-99

IN RE: THE MARRIAGE
OF KENNETH COLE
JR.,
Petitioner/Husband

and

JUANA T. COLE,
Respondent/ Wife

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: JUANA T. COLE

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriafe has been
filed agarist you.

You are required to serve
a copy of your written re-
sponse, if any,. on
Petitioner's attorney, R.
Scott Whitehead, P.A.,
whose address 4507
Furling Lane, Suite 209,
Destin Florida 32541 on
or before February 20,
2009,a nd file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
court either before serv-
ice on Plainiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter.
Otherwise, a final hear-
ing will be scheduled in
this matter for the relief
demanded in the petition.
The Notice of Action
shall be published once a
week for four (4) consec-
utive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.

Dated January 9, 2009

DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
ByL Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk

01/28/09
02/04/09
02/11/09
02/18/09

Legal #100498

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
09-CA-393-C


Address Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED tha
an action to quiet title t
the following property i
Okaloosa County, Flo
ida:

A four tract acre of lan
lying in a square in th
Northwest corner of th
Southwest Quarter of th
Northwest Quarter .c
Section 20, Township
North, Range 23 Wes
and more particularly de
scribed as follows: Begir
ning at a point at th
Northwest corner of sai
forty and from said poin
thence run South alone
the section line 14
yards; thence run Eas
140 yards; thence ru
North 140 yards; thenc
run West 140 ,yard
back to the Point of Be
ginning. LESS AND EX
CEPT those certain pai
cels that have previousl
.been sold as recorded i
O.R. Book 97, Pag
357; O.R. Book 97
Page 359; O.R. Boo
201, Page 391; O.R
Book 203, Page 1 anm
O.R. 'Book 880, Page
401, of the records c
Okaloosa County, Flor
ida.

has been filed agains
you in the Circuit Court ii
the Fist Judicial Circuit ii
and for OkaloosE
County, Florida and yoi
are required to serve
copy of your written de
fenses if any to: JASON
R. MOULTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FI 32536 ,or
or before March 6, 200E
and file the original will
the Clerk of this Court a
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview
Florida either before serve
ice on Plaintiff's attorne'
or immediately thereafte
or a default will be en
tered against you for thE
relief demanded in thE
SComplaint or Petition.

Don W. Howard
CLERK OF COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

01/28/09
02/07/09
02/11/09
02/18/09

Legal # 100499

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRS"
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR


a
n,
er
n-
s,


OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
09-CA-394-C

KHADER DAOUD,
Plaintiff,

vs.


vs.

CLARENCE TATE, SR.,
known natural person
not known to be either
dead or alive, and his ur
known heirs, devisees
grantees, assigns, or an
other parties claiming b'
through under or against
him; and SAVANNAH
TATE a/k/a SAVAN
NAH TAPE, a known na
ural person, not known t
be either dead or alivi
and her unknown heir
devisees, grantees, as
signs, or any other pa
ties claiming by, through
under, or against her,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION


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LEGAL # 120158

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-0069
-93 DIVISION: FILE:
F08109598

US BANK' NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE
STRUCTURED ASSET IN-
VESTMENT LOAN
TRUST, 2005-HE2,
Plaintiff,

vs.

ANNELIESE PADLAN
A/K/A ANNELIESE N.
PADLAN, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION


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TO: ANNELIESE Stat 559.917; 25% Don W. Howard
PADLAN A/K/A ANNE- buyer premium addi- Clerk of the Court
LIESE N. PADLAN tional. Net proceeds in By:Beth McDonald
LAST KNOWN AD- excess of lien amount will As Deputy Clerk
DRESS: 209 W Mira- be deposited with the
cle Strip Highway H-201 Clerk of Court Florida Default Law
Mary Esther, FI 32569 #OKAE794 lien amt Group, P.L.
$5143.78 1992 CHEV- P.O. Box 25018
CURRENT ADDRESS: ROLET vin# Tampa, Florida
UNKNOWN 1GCDC14Z1NZ14820 33622-5018
2 Lienors: MR TRANS-
ANY AND ALL UN- MISSION 208 RACE- IMPORTANT
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AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-.Auto Lien
VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) Experts, I
WHO ARE NOT PO Box 8
KNOWN TO BE DEAD Hollywoo
OR ALIVE, WHETHER 33081-001
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- (954)893-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, 01/28/09
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS LEGAL #


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN


ly JOHN E.. PRYOR, a
y, known natural person not
st known to be either dead
H or alive, and his un-
I- known heirs devisees,
t- grantees, assigns, or any
o other parties claiming.by,
e, through, under or against
s, him; and OPAL PRYOR, a
s- known natural person,
r- not known to be either
h, dead or alive, and her
inknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by,
through, under, or
against her,
, Defendants
H
I- TO: JOHN E. PRYOR and
u- OPAL PRYOR, known nat-
o ural persons, not known
e to' be either dead or alive
s, and all unknown heirs,
s- devusees, grantees, as-
er signs, creditors, or any
y, other paries claiming by;
st though, under or against
them
Address Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
at an action to quiet title to
o the following property in
n Okaloosa County, Flor-
r- ida"

LOT 3, BLOCK 57,
d TOWN OF CRESTVIEW,
e ACCORDING TO PLAT
e THEREOF ON FILE IN
e PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
of 72, IN THE OFFICE OF
3 THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
st COURT, OKALOOSA
e- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
-
e has been filed against
d you in the Circuit Court in
t; the First Judicial Circuit in
g and for Okaloosa
0 County, Florida and you
it are required to serve a
n copy of your written de-
e fenses'if any, to JASON
s R. MOULTON Attorney
- for Plaintiff 660-A N.
X- Ferdon Blvd. Crestview,
r- FI 32536 on or before
y March 6, 2009 and file
n the original with the
e Clerk of this Court at the
, Okaloosa County Court-
k house, Crestview, Florida
I. either before service on
d Plaintiff's attorney or im-
e mediately thereafter, or
if default will be entered
-. against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint or Petition.
st
n DON W. HOWARD
n CLERK OF COURT
a By: Kitty Sims
uj Deputy Clerk
a
a- 01/28/09
N 02/04/09
02/11/09
02/18/09


CURRENT ADDRESS: 713.75. Flori
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mortgage on the follow- the followin!
ing property in vehicles.
OKALOOSA County,
Florida: 1992 Toyc
UNIT H.201 OF THE 4T1VK13E41
CEDARS CONDOMIN-
IUM, ACCORDING TO 1998 For(
THE DECLARATION OF 2FMDA5143
CONDOMINIUM DATED 040
JUNE 10, 1974, AND
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL The auction
RECORDS BOOK 755, at 861 W.
PAGE 565, OF THE Blvd, Cres
CURRENT PUBLIC REC- 32536. Dance
ORDS OF OKALOOSA sion & Tow
COUNTY, FLORIDA; TO- right to turr
GETHER WITH THE UN- and all bids.
DIVIDED .49152 PER-
CENT INTEREST IN THE 01/28/2009
COMMON ELEMENTS
APPURTENANT
THERETO OF THE LEGAL#12
CEDARS CONDOMIN-
IUM AS DELINEATED IN
THE DECLARATION OF IN THE I
CONDOMINIUM. COURT
has been filed against FIRST JUD
you and you are required CL
to serve a copy of your IN ANI
written defenses, if any, OKAL
on 'or before March 9, COUNTY,
2009 on Florida Default CIVIL ACT
Law Group, P.L., NO.:46-200
Plaintiff's attorney, whose 62 DIVISI
address is 9119 Corpo- NO:F08
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida HSBC MV
33634, and file the origi- C O R P O
nal with this Court either (USA),
before service on Plaintiff,
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth- vs.
erwise a default will be
entered against you for ROY S. SIEi
the relief demanded in Defenda
the Complaifit or peti-
tion. NOTICE OF
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week TO:
for two consecutive DONNA L.
weeks in the Crestview LAST KN'
News Bulletin. DRESS: 8
WITNESS my hand and B O U L E
the seal of this Court on D"ORLEANS
this 21 day of January, MARY ES
2009. 32569


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Cou
By: Beth McDonE
As Deputy Clerk

Florida Defaul
Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa,
33622-5018


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aid


t Law


Florida


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at.101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
*7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

01/28/2009
02/04/2009


Legal # 120159

Notice of Sale
Pursuant to FL St
713.585, Auto Lien &
Recovery, Inc. w/Power
of Attorney, will sell the
following vehicles to the
highest bidder to satisfy
lien. All 'auctions held
with reserve, as is where
is, Cash or Certified
funds. Inspect 1 week
prior at LIENOR facility.
Interested parties call
954 893-0052.
Sale date 02-19-09 @
10:00 am at Lienors Fa-
cility. Auction will occur
where each vehicle is lo-
cated under License
AB0000538. Be ad-
vised that owner or lien
holder has a right to a
hearing prior to the
scheduled date of sale by
filing with the Clerk of
Courts. Owner/
Lien holder may recover
vehicle without instituting
judicial proceedings by
posting bond as per FL


& Recovery
nc..
13578
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00
0052


100497


F AUCTION

to Section
ida Statutes,
be a public
ibruary 28,
00 A.M. for
g described


ita Vin #
NU044057

d Vin #
WBB61


disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


will be held 01/28/2009
James Lee 02/04/2009
stview, Fla
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CIRCUIT 69
OF THE
'ICIAL CIR-
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FLORIDA CH
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ON: FILE TIC
8103446

MORTGAGE vs
RATION
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eti


GAL, et al,
nt(s).

ACTION


SIEGAL
OWN AD-
815 C
EVARD

;THER, Fl


CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST, THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS


GAL#120156

IN THE CIRCUIT
)URT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
961 DIVISION: FILE
NO:F08108466

IASE HOME Fl-
ANCE LLC SUCCES-
iR BY MERGER TO
IASE MANHATTAN
ORTG AG E
ORPORA-
)N,
Plaintiff,



CILIA B. RAWSON
al,
Defendant(s).

iTICE OF ACTION

: CECILIA B.
WSON LAST
OWN ADDRESS:
I Old Ferry Road A36
alimar, Fl
5790000

RRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN

Y AND ALL UN-
OWN PARTIES
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
I D U A L
E FENDANT(S)
HO ARE NOT
OWN TO BE DEAD
R ALIVE, WHETHER
ID UNKNOWN PAR-
ES MAY'CLAIM AN IN-
REST AS SPOUSE,
IRS, DEVISEES,
IANTEES, OR OTHER
AIMANTS

ST KNOWN AD-
ESS: UNKNOWN

JRRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN


has been filed against TIN, FL 325410000
you and you are
r e q u i r e d Any person claiming an
to serve a copy of your interest in the surplus
written defenses, if any, from the sale, if any,
on or before March 2, other than the property
2009 on Florida Default owner as of the date of
Law Group, P.L., the Lis Pendens must file
Plaintiff's attorney, a claim within sixty (60)
w h o s e days after the sale.
address is 9119 Corpo- WITNESS MY HAND
rate Lake' Drive, Suite and the seal of this Court
300, Tampa, Florida on January 22, 2009.
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either Don W. Howard
before service on Clerk of the Circuit
Plaintiff's attorney or im- Court
mediately thereafter; By:Vicki Jackson
o t h Deputy Clerk


erwise a default wi
entered against yoi
the relief demande
the Complaint or
tion.
This notice shall be
lished once each v
for two conseci
weeks in the Crest
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand
the seal of this Cou
this 16 day of Jan'
2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk

Florida Default'
Group, PL.
PO. Box 250.18
Tampa, Flo
33622-5018


II be
u for
d in
peti-

pub-
week


Florida Defau
Group, PL.
.O. Box 25018
Tampa,
33622-5018


In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-


ties Act, persons with dis-
It Law abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
Florida should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,


utive IMPORTANT FL, 32579; tele
view In accordance with the number (850) 65
Americans with Disabili- prior to the proce
and ties Act, persons with dis-
rt on abilities needing special 01/28/2009
uary, accommodation to partic- 02/04/2009
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1.01 James LEGAL#120162
Lee Bdulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;


telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
Law 7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497


IMPORTANT
In accordance w


rith the
Disabili-
vith dis-
special
opartic-
;eeding
)urt Ad-
250 N.
lalimar,
phone
1-7497,
ending.


COURT
IDICIAL


orida


IMPORTANT Americans with D
In accordance with the ties Act, persons v
Americans with Disabili- abilities needing
ties Act, persons with accommodation tc
d i s ipate in this proc
abilities needing special should contact Cc
accommodation to par- ministration at 1
t i c Eglin Parkway, Sh
ipate in this proceeding FL, 32579; tele
should contact Court number (850) 65
A d prior to the proce
ministration at 101
J a m e s 01/28/2009
Lee Boulevard East, 02/04/2009
C r e s t
view, FL, 32536-3515;-
telephone number (850) LEGAL#120161
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar IN THE CIRCUIT(
(850) 651-7497 OF THE FIRST JU


PORTANT
accordance with the
nericans with Disabili-
s Act, persons with
i s -
lities needing special
comm6dation to par-
i c
te in this proceeding
would contact Court
d
nistration at 1250 N.
lin Parkway, Shalimar,
, 32579; telephone
mber (850) 651-7497,
or to the proceeding.

'28/2009
'04/2009


CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2006-CA-5230-S
DIVISION FILE
NO:F06020610


WELLS FARGO BANK,
N,A.,
Plaintiff,


DO
al,


NO
SU
LEGAL#120160


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.2007-CA-724-S

CHASE HOME FI-.
NANCE, LLC,
Plaintiff,

vs.

BILLY J. BAKER, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


NO
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.46-2008-CA-00681
9 DIVISION: FILE
NO:F08106856

PHH MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ANITA S. COLEGROVE,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
ANITA S. COLEGROVE
LAST KNOWN AD-
-DRESS: 605 Revere
Avenue
Fort Walton Beach, FI
32547

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

JAMES COLEGROVE
A/K/A JAMES W.
COLEGROVE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 605 Revere
Avenue
Fort Walton Beach, FI
32547

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


)UGLAS V. MLES, et ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
Defendant(s). CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
)TICE OF FORECLO- AND AGAINST THE
RE SALE HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
)TICE IS HEREBY WHO ARE NOT
VEN pursuant to a Fi- KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Judgment of Mort- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
ge Foreclosure dated SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
nu&ry 21, 2009 and' TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
:ered in Case No. TEREST AS SPOUSE,
)6-CA-5230-S of the HEIRS, .DEVISEES,
cuit Court of the FIRST GRANTEES, OR OTHER
licial Circuit in and for CLAIMANTS
ALOOSA County,
rida wherein WELLS LAST KNOWN AD-
RGO BANK, N.A., is DRESS: UNKNOWN
Plaintiff and DOUG-
S V. MILES; JONI R. CURRENT ADDRESS:
LES; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
KNOWN PARTIES
AIMING BY, YOU ARENOTIFIED that
ROUGH, UNDER, an action to foreclose a
D AGAINST THE mortgage on the follow-
REIN NAMED INDI- ing property in
IUAL DEFENDANT(S) OKALOOSA County,
10 ARE NOT Florida:
OWN TO BE DEAD LOT 22, BLOCK H, A


LAST KNOWN AD- YOU ARE NOTIFIED OR ALIVE, WHETHER RE-PLAT OF 3RD ADDI-
DRESS: U N t h a t NOTICE IS HEREBY SAID UNKNOWN PAR- TION TO COLONY ES-
KNOWN an action to foreclose a GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- TATES, ACCORDING TO
mortgage on the follow- nal Judgment of Mort- TEREST AS SPOUSES, THE PLAT THEREOF AS
CURRENT ADDRESS: ing property in gage Foreclosure dated HEIRS, DEVISEES, RECORDED IN PLAT
UNKNOWN OKALOOSA County January 21, 2009 and GRANTEES, OR OTHER BOOK 4, PAGE 33, OF
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Florida: entered in Case No. CLAIMANTS; are the THE PUBLIC RECORDS
that an action to fore- THE CONDOMINIUM 2007-CA-724-S of the Defendants, I will sell to OF OKALOOSA
close a mortgage on PARCEL KNOW AS Circuit Court of the FIRST the highest and best bid- COUNTY, FLORIDA
the following property APARTMENT UNIT NO Judicial Circuit in and for der for cash at IN
in OKALOOSA County, C, BUILDING 36 OF OKALOOSA County, FRONT OF CLERK'S has been filed against
Florida: FINISTERRA, A Florida wherein CHASE FRONT DOOR OF you and you are required
LOT 3, FALCON ES- C 0 N D O HOME FINANCE, LLC, is SHALIMAR ANNEX at to serve a copy.of your
TATES -PHASE FIVE,. MINIUM ACCORDING the Plaintiff and BILLY J. 11:00AM, on the 27 written defenses, if any,
A PLANNED UNIT DE- TO THE DECLARATION BAKER; ANY AND ALL day of February, 2009, on or before 3-11-2009,
VELOPMENT, AC- OF CONDOMINIUM UNKNOWN PARTIES the following described on Florida Default Law
CORDING TO PLATTHEREOF DATED SEPCLAIMING BY property as set forth in Group, PL., Plaintiff's at-
THEREOF ON FILE IN TEMBER 26, 1979 AND THROUGH, UNDER, said Final Judgment: tomey, whose address is
PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE RECORDED IN OFFI- AND AGAINST THE LOT 11, BLOCK D, 9119 Corporate Lake
4 IN THE OFFICE OF C I A L HEREIN NAMED INDI- BAYSHORE PARK UNIT Drive, Suite 300, Tampa,
THE CLERK OF THE RECORDS BOOK 1060, VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) NO. 2, ACCORDING Florida 33634, and file
CIRCUIT COURT, PAGES 963 THROUGH WHO ARE N TO MAP OR PLAT the original with this
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 1008, INCLUSIVE, AND KNOWN TO BE DEAD THEREOF RECORDED IN Court either before serv-
FLORIDA. AMENDMENT TO DEC-, OR ALIVE, WHETHER PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE ice on Plaintiff's attorney
LARATION OF CONDO- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 37 OFTHEPUBLICREC- or immediately thereafter;
has been filed against MINIUM DATED TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN WORDS OF OKALOOSA otherwise a default will
you and you are re- M A R C H TEREST AS SPOUSES, COUNTY, FLORIDA be entered against you
quired to serve a copy 8, 1980, AND RE- HEIRS, DEVISEES, for the relief demanded
of your written de- CORDED IN OFFICIAL GRANTEES, OR OTHER AK/A 214 BAYSHORE in the Complaint or peti-
fenses, if any, on or RECORDS BOOK 1090, CLAMANTS; CHASE STREET NORTHEAST, tion.
before 3-10-2009, on PAGES 1549 THROUGH HOME FINANCE, LLC; FORT WALTON BEACH, This notice shall be pub-
Florida Default Law 55INCLUSIVE, AND PEUCAN PLACE OF DES- FL 32548-6406 lished once each week
Group, P.L, Plaintiff's PURSUANT TO SUR- TIN HOMEOWNERS AS- Any.person claiming an for two consecutive
attorney, whose ad- V E Y SOCIATION, INC.; are interest in the surplus weeks in the Crestview
dress is 9119 Corpo- PLOT PLAN AND the Defendants, I will sell from the sale, if any, News Bulletin.
rate Lake Drive, Suite GRAPHIC DESCRIP- to the highest and best other than the property WITNESS my hand and
300, Tampa, Florida T I 0 N bidder for cash at IN owner as of the date of the seal of this Court on
33634, and file the OF IMPROVEMENTS FRONT OF CLERK'S the Us Pendens must file this 23 day of January,
original with this Court R E FRONT DOOR OF a claim within sixty (60) 2009.
either before service on CORDED IN CONDO- SHALIMAR ANNEX at days after the sale.
Plaintiff'a attorn v or .... ,,, , . 11:00AM, on the 27 \WITMQNESS MY HAND Don W. Howard


immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this
Court on this 22 day of
January, 2009.


IIIUINI rPLAT BOOK 1I,
PAGES 197 THROUGH
198; ALL OF THE PUB-
L I C
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, TOGETHER
WITH ALL APPURTE-
NANCES TO SAID
CONDOMINIUM PAR-
CEL, AND THE UNDI-
VIDED INTEREST IN
T H E
COON ELEMENTS AP-
PURTENANT THERETO
AS SET OUT IN SAID
DECLARATION.


day of February, 2009,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 2 AND 2G, PELI-
CAN PLACE
TOWNHOUSES WEST,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
17, PAGES 39 AND 40,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


and the seal of this Court
on January 22, 2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court By: Vicki
Jackson
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018


A/K/A 234 PELICAN IMPORTANT
PLACE #12 WEST, DES-


Clerk of the Court

By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk


Florida Default
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, F
33622-5018


Law


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IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
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ipate in this proceeding All Types of Watch &
should contact Court Ad- Clock Repair, grandfa-
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telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar 3110
(850) 651-7497 |


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

01/28/2009
02/04/2009



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hard case also: ThePSP 713-4492 309'Walnut Ave. Crestview 3br, 2ba,
comes with four games 2br, lba 900sf, $500 2cg, S. of 110. Lg. fenced
including Madden 06, end Onit triplex yrd pets ok, no smoke,
NCAA 07, Tiger Woods 5332 Vernon Taylor $800/mo. 685-550.1
07, and Midnight Club 3 ''~ Rd 2br,1 ba 896sf Crestvew-
DUB Edition. Also in- $550 baker 1st 3br, 2ba, brick home,
eludes one movie, Mr. & deal Month's rent free plus bonus room, fenced
Mrs. Smith.*A great deal 228 Runnymeade Dr. yard. South of 110
at $200 cash firm. To 2br, 1:5ba 930sf $575 $800mo. 850-687-0776
contact. -please call Y2 Month's Rent.Free
864-5745 or 225-3638 5100Bsiness 230 Runnymeade Dr Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
Please leave message if O-pportunities 2br, 1 a 2 cg F 1635sf. 3 yrs
no answer. 5110 Money to Lend 2br, 1.5ba 930st $575 old. $995 mo+dd.pet ok
1/2 Month's Rent Free 850-865-2823
01 0 422 Spring St 3br,
2ba, 1086sf, $625 1 Crestview area; 3br, 1
5100 Months rent free 1/2ba. 1100sf. Lg.
Attendant/Presser for lo- 100% Recession Proof 6106 Manolia ane fencd backyard com-
cal laundry facility. bo you earn $800 in a 3br,1 .ba 1026sf pletly remolded
Full-Time evenings 1-9pm day? 25 Local Machines $670- 1 month's rent $690/mo. 259-9113
includes weekends. Ap- and -Candy $9,995. free Crestvlew- Best Deal in
ply in person@ 326 W. 8 8 8) 6 2 9- 9 968 fre39 Beacon's Bend T New br, 2ba, 2
James Lee Blvd. B02000033 Call us: 39 Beacon's Bend Towni New 3 br, 2 a, 2
We will not be 2br, 1ba, 804sf, $700 cg, quiet cul-de-sac $795
Bldg Const/Skilled undersold pets withapproval mo+dd. 850 305-8039
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Full size custom modi-
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tt may be old but it's
still in good shape. The,
interior has been modi-
fied to hold a beer keg.
You provide the keg
and the tap system. Use
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extra food. They don't
make 'em like this any-
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100% All new Queen $900wk. Home week-
Pillowtop set. New. War- ends w/TMC. Company
ranty. Can deliver. $165 endorsed CDL Training.
850-471-0330 1-866-280-5309
Brand name Pillowtop
seat, King, in plastic, w/
warranty. Delivery avail. iEw TrO jA
$209. 850 471-0330. t
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tress w/box in plastic. .WANTEDS Should
Warranty. $125. Can have 3-5 years xp.en-
Deliver. 850-471-q330 ergetic. paidby co-
.mission, fax resume to
850-234-7848
S3230 I
Crestview
2-FAMILY YARD
SALE 4130
Sat. Jan. 31, 7AM 13. Drivers Needed
1PM, 5629 Galaxy (Off Sign-On bonus 35-41
Stillwell passed Walker cpm Earn over $1000
Elem.) Mary Kay Cos. weekly, Excellent Bene-
50-75% off. Something fits, Need CDL-A & 3
for everyonel most recent' OTR
Crestview (877)258-8782
Fri & Sat 8-2 www meltontruck.com
117 Fairway Dr. 0 WORKERS
NEEDED
Foxwood Estates off Anti- Assemble crafts, wood
och & PJ Adams. Lots of items Materials pro-
items. Materials pro-
stuff for everyone. vided. To $480+/wk.
TUPPERWARE Free information pkg. 24
Call Jackie 682-4305 Ir 801-428-4649


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SAT, FEB. 7TH 10 AM
FAIRGROUNDS 1958 LEWIS TURNER BLVD
FORT WALTON BEACH
BUY AT YOUR PRICE!
FURNITURE STORE: ENTIRE INVENTORY (NEW), 100's of
Items and Selections! Bedroom Sets, Clocks, Tables, Sofas &
Loveseats, Chairs, Lamps, China Cabinets, Armoires & Entertainment
Centers, Curios, Chests, Stools, Mirrors, Wall Deco, Bookcases &
Desks, Beds, Mattresses, More!
URBAN MENSWEAR STORE: (Hip Hop): Stock Includes Suits,
Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Hats, COats, and Accessories. Note: Much to be
Sold in Bulk Lots, so, Come Prepared to Buy!
REAL ESTATE: Call For Bid Info. and Location Package:
1) 3.6 Acres (vacant residential) on Regan Dr. Crestview, FL. -
From Hwy. 85 Go W on Rattlesnake Bluff Rd to Regan Dr
(Look for'Sign on N Side of Road). Roads are Dirt and Can be
Rough! Parcel # Property Appraisers Office (Okaloosa)
102N24000000021.12A
2) Boat Slip #11 at the Santa Rosa Yacht Club, 300 Pensacola
Beach Rd. Gulf Breeze, FL. Parcel #10-38-29-4935-00000-
0110'(Santa Rosa Cty)
VEHICLES BOAT *TRAILER:
2004 Chevy Aveo '99 Dodge 3500 Truck '99 GMC Pickup *
'99 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck '98 Glastron Boat* Gooseneck Utility
Dump Trailer New Arrivals 4 More Pickup Trucks
Preview & Inspection: Fri. 6th 10:00 am 4:00 pm, Sat 8:00 am
www.jacksonauction.com
Clyde Jackson Auctioneer (AU164AB69)
Brian Sparling APP. (AE329) (850) 862-4988


Private Party interested in
acquiring convenience
store snack food vendor
-route in Florida Panhan-
dle area. Please call
850-758-1020


6100
Crestview
Office Space
Eight offices now availa-
ble in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in-
cludes utilities, common
area and maintenance.
682-0791
Crestview Office space
for rent in great location
on So. Hwy 85. 700sf,
$500mo. utilities in-
cluded. First & last
month's rent and $500
deposit required. Call
682-8383 for more info.
Professional Office build-
ing for Lease 1000sf.
101 Duggan Ave. (Next
to Eglin FCU) Call
621-0046


6110
1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575mo/ $550dep, 12
.mo lease req. 585-6985
Bank Foreclosures! 4 Br
$25,0001 Only $225/
Mol 3 Br $12,5001 Only
$199/Mo! 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. for list-
ings (800)366-9783 ext
5669.


0 44U Apple Ur r,
2ba 1094sf $725 New
Paint
* 2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, 2ba, 1600sf,
$795 1 Month's free
rent
* 118 Palmetto Dr 4br,
2ba 1927sf $800 pets
with approval
* 210 Feldon Dr 3br,
2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
,with approval
* 152 Swaying Pines
CT 3br, 2.5ba 1309sf -
$800 End Unit
* 118 Campbell Dr
3br, 2ba 1207sf $800
pets with approval
* 50 Abbey Rd 3br,
2ba 1165sf.$825 1
months free rent to mili-
tary
* 5720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
2ba 1253sf, $850 -
pets with approval.
* 2861 Airport Rd 4br,
1.5ba 1786sf $850 -
lead base paint disclo-
sure- Pets with approval
* 5365 Monterrey Rd.
3br, 1.5ba, 1721sf,
$860 lead base paint
disclosure
* 238 Tiffot Ct. 3br,
2ba 1620sf $899 1
month's rent free.
* 130 Louise Dr, 3br,
2ba 1436sf, $900 -
pets with approval
* 507 White Oak Lane
- 4br, 2ba 1850sf-
$900 first months rent
free
* 324 Lakeview Dr
3br, 2ba 1088sf, $900
All appliances in-


NEW TD A' c248 Limestone Cir
3br, 4ba 1866sf, $995
Crestview 2BR/1BA no pets allowed.
washer, dryer, stove, re- 4815 Summer Creek
frig. $500.mo + $500dp Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf
Call 682-6514 $995 privacy, fenced
Crestview- 1 br apt, backyard
698 Kenneth Ave. Com- 2834 Atoka Trail
pletely furnished, utilities 4br, 2ba 1953sf. $995
incl. No pets. $625.mo 1 months rent free to
682-3166 military
220 Westview Dr
Crestview Bent Creek 220 Westview Dr
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 3br, 2ba 1706sf
cepted. Rental assistance $1000 5% discount
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR off monthly rent for mili-
HC & non-HC'accessible tory
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 0 1305 Jefferyscot Ct,
Crestview, FL. Call 850 3br, 2ba 1613sf
682-5563, TDD/TTY $1000 pets allowed
711. Equal Housing Op- 5121 Whitehurst
portunity lane 4br, 2ba 1836sf
Crestview Inn $1000 all appliances
Motel $35 d $165 WK, included
APT $190 Wk. $575 4 0 2789 Keats Dr. 5br,
wk.Call 682-4466 3ba 1869sf. $1100 -
Crestview, Bent Creek /2 off 1st months rent
Apartments I, Vouchers 5262 Clint Mason Rd
Accepted. Rental assis- 3br, 2.5ba, 1878sf,
tance may be available. $1100 Pets with ap-
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC proval.
accessible apartments. 0 1235 Gabrielle Drive
209 Bent Creek Road, 3br, 2ba 1758sf
Crestview, FL. Call $1125 Large Fenced
850-682-5563, in back yard
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 0 228 Riverchase Blvd
Housing Opportunity' 4br, 2ba 2555sf,
FWB $590, 2BR/1BA $1195 first months
W/D incl. Cats ok rent free
Close to both bases 0 411 Swift Fox Run,
no smoke/8506213160 4br, 3ba 2282sf,
Very nice 1500 sq. ft. $1200 no pets al-
apt. Must see to appreci- lowed.
ate $530. per month. 1st For further information
and last month to occupy, and to apply online,
Ph. 850-682-1173 or please visit our website
850-420-4144 at: www.cburpm.com


crestview- ewiy re-
modeledduplex, 3 br, 1
ba, CH&A, W/D hkup
$575/mo, $450dd. Call
683-5759
Crestview- South of


110. 3br, 2ba, mostly tile,
Cathedral ceilings, pri-
vacy fence, $800/mo +
$800 sd. 850 682-8483
or 865-3421
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $795

Crestview
* 127 John King Rd
3 br, 1 ba; $500
* 202 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 ba; $650
* 6018 Sand Hill Rd.
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 107 Corwin Dr -
2 br, 2.5 ba; $750
* 2904 Orchidcrest Dr
4 br, 2 ba $795
e 5292 Opportunity Dr-
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 5255 Sue Cir
3 br, 2 ba, $900
* 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
* 332 Peggy Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1200
6 5437 E. Brooke Dr -
4 br, 2 ba, $1200
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250

Laurel Hill
* 3329 Berrywood
Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $600
* 3650 Okaloo Ln
6 br, 3 ba; $900


NEW TIJIAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156

* Ray St., Milligan
$600, 3 br, 1 ba,
* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3 br, 1 ba, 1 acre
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
* 332 Adams 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 .






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Crestview- Room avail
w/shared kitchen & pvt
bath. $85/wk includes
util & cable. 376-7676
day shift preferred.


616o
Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all utils
& cable. Call 689-8978



6170


NEW rOOAY

Crestview (North
Crestview) Clean 2BR,
$500/mo + $500 dep
Call 682-0470


NEWl/ iOVA


I 7150
Florida Land Bargain
of the Century! 2 acre
waterfront homesite only
$69,900. (appraised at
$169,900). Private,
gated community with 2
recreational lakes. Mu-
nicipal water & sewer.
Low taxes. Just 90 min-
utes Orlandol Excellent fi-.
nancing' Call now
(866)352-2249, x 2184
FLIandbargains.com

South Carolina Bargain
Golf Access Lotl Now
$39,900 (was
$139,900). Rare op-
portunity to own beautiful
view homesite in area's
finest golf community-


Crestview 2BR/1BA Now for fraction of it's
$450. mo + $400. dd value. Paved roads,
Call 398-0444 or water, sewer, all infra-
902-5922 structure complete! Golf
Front lots available, at
Crestview 3BR/2BA comparable savings! Low
w/fireplace on 1 acre., rate financing. Call now
$550. mo & $550. dep. (866)334-3253, x 2155
Call 682-9653 or
758-8736

Crestview-
$475mo, $400dd. 3br, 710
2ba, 12'x60'. 689-1285 07 Model Like new
16X66 Mobile Home on
Crestview 2 bedroom Rental Lot for Sale in
home. No pets $550 mo Crestview 2br, 2 full ba
850-682-1972with air/heat ceiling.
Crestview 2bd 2ba fans, Handicap Ramp,

nie 850-758-0208


7100

Crestview 1 7190


New 3br 2ba. Priced
$110-130,000. Please
call Bonnie In Destin,
Inc. 850-685-1699.

Crestview
Rent to Own
4br, 1ba; new windows,
doors, siding, porch, cen-
tral air, kitchen, and
bath. $3500. down;
$640/mo. Owner
financed. No credit no
problem. 537-9798'
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Auction starts Feb 7th


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Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Rd
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
be, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, comer
FP w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754'




LOOK
Individual wants to buy
house for investment..
Call
651-0987




Navarre
Waterfront
2 story, 4 br, 2% ba,'
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen.Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-"
terfront. neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of
$246,350: Call 850
685-8048 leave' msg;



I 7150
Big Lot Smallest Price
12 acres just $99,900.
Best neighborhood in Tal-
lahassee areal Rare spa-
cious country living close
to everything Great for
kids w/horse privileges.
Best Price Ever, A Must
See. Great Financing
(866)938-1521


low is the time to buy 1
our Tennessee lake fi
roperty. Fqur seasons & s
o state income tax. Call 3
akeside Realty -
388)291-5253 or visit
vww.lakesiderealty-tn.c
m

Irginia Mtn Cabin,
Ready to move in! Great
iews! Near large
tocked trout stream, pri-
ate, 2 acres, only
159,500 owner.
366)275-0442 8


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Call 683-5847



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1995 Ford Ranger
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2006
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Toyota Scion TC 2dr
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1987 Dodge 4WD Parts
or sale. Reasonable offer,
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Jeep Grand
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2001
89K miles, leather, CD
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Now accepting applica-
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piping experience for our
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fied.
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850-229-9125
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Whether it's setting a diamond, remounts, fabrication work,
custom designs and castings, polishing or laser welding, it can
be done on-site.
Cooper's also does all forms of watch repair.
If you don't want a custom piece of jewelry, the store has
a wide variety of fine jewelry with prices starting as low as
$12.99.
"We can offer such low prices on our jewelry because we
have low overhead. That allows us to pass the savings along ,
to the customer," Keith explained.
Selection, service and value those things still mean 0-i
something at Cooper's Jewelry. Come see for your self.


FINE JEWELRY
525 E. CEDAR AVE. (850) 683-8004

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
9, A.M. -.6 P.M.,
iATI IR.lAY 9,A IM. 5 P.M.


Possum Rid
BB3 & Catering



WIdnesday Suniay
10a.m,-6pm,

852 North Ferdon Blyv
Crestview, FL
Right next to Lewis & Compajyi


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Crestview,
6o6 James Lee Blvd.
'CrestvieW, FL 32536
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Ft. Walton Beach
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If we don't have it we'll get it!
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that patients live out their days with dignity and respect. At
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Remember the days of the family jeweler? You would go
in the jewelry store and the jeweler knew you on a first name
basis. When it was time for somebody in the family to get
married all they had to do was go to the family jeweler and
they knew they could a great piece of jewelry at a great price.
Cooper's Jewelry is that store.
Keith Cooper, owner of Cooper's Jewelry, has been in
the jewelry business for more than 31 years and said he's
committed to making you a lifetime customer.
"What we offerhere at Cooper's Jewelry that you probably
won't find at large stores is personalized service," he insists.
"We cater to the customer in every way we can and that's
hard to find today."
No job is too big or too small for Cooper's Jewelry.


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