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M SELECTION



Meet the candidates


Benjamin J. lannucci III
Election: Crestview City Council, Precinct 1
Family: Wife, Christina Jennifer lannucci;
stepson, Michael James Wilson (7 years);
ion, Benjamin James lannucci IV (2.5 years);
daughter, Natalia Jean lannucci (18 months)
Experience relevant to city council
position: Program manager
for the United States Air Force.
... Managed the Center for
Global Competitiveness, part of
Clarkson University's Business
School, which provides support
for four departments; in
charge of the Quality Center
Library housed within the CGC; IANNUCCI
Interdisciplinary Engineering
and Management (IE&M) department
engineering instructor; IE& M student adviser;
Inventor's Cabinet: two student academic
societies, Tau Beta Pi and E&M Society; was
the counselor and technical consultant to
Engineering Manufacturing Management
department.
Other education/experience: University of
Florida,.REEF, Fort Walton Beach; currently
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Crestview

Precinct 1

hopefuls state

their cases

Crestview News Bulletin
Thirty-four days and counting!
The clock is ticking-down
toward March 10, municipal
elections day in Crestview and
Laurel Hill.
The Crestview News Bulletin
begins its coverage of local
elections today with profiles of
the candidates for the Crestview
city council Precinct I seat.
Benjamin lannucci III and
incumbent Chip Wells are vying
to win the seat.


Chip Wells
Election: Crestview City Council, Precinct 1
Family: Wife Dee, daughter Becky, son Rick
Experience relevant to city council
position: Served on the council for the past six
years, at the same time working in the private
business sector in the aerospace industry.
Other education/
experience: Twenty years in
the U.S. Air Force, retiring in
2001; worked in the private
business sector since retiring.
"I-bring my business experience
to the day-to-day operations and
decisions affecting the city of
WELLS Crestview."
Reason you are running for
city council: "I have seen many exciting and
positive things happen in this area, and many
more are on the horizon. I have always tried
to serve my community in any way possible,
whether it is at church, schools, charity and
nonprofit groups or the city itself. I want to
continue serving our city, continue asking
tough questions, continue listening to citizen
and business owner inputs to the issues at
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New elementary
school taking shape
on east side of city

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview News Bulletin re-
porter Brian Hughes and pho-
tographer Ann Spann got a tour
of the Riverside Elementary con-
struction site on Friday.
When students at Riverside
Elementary School gather in the
mini-amphitheater that encircles
the old oak tree on the north side
of their school, they will have a
classmate to thank for the oppor-
tunity.
"A little boy namedNathan said
he was going to strap himself to
that tree if we didn't promise we'd
save it," said Thomas Mitchell,
construction manager for Jacobs/
Titan.
Thanks to Nathan, as well:as
an outpouring of concern from
teachers, administrators and citi-:
zens, the school site was shifted
south to assure the survival of the
mighty oak tree all had admired in
the middle of a field that now is a
construction zone.
The contractor for both River-
side and its neighbor, Shoal Creek
Middle School under construc-
tion up the hill from Riverside
- Jacobs/Titan has done design,
construction and refurbishment
for the Okaloosa School District
for 14 years.
"A child can go to school from
kindergarten through eighth grade
right on this site," Mitchell said.
'Though Riverside and Shoal
Creek have different architects,
their collaboration assured a co-


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MAKING AN ENTRANCE: Workers brick the entrance to the new Riverside Elementary School in
Crestview. Bottom left, Jacobs/Titan construction manager Tom Mitchell and program manager Joel
Lindner explain the technology closets that are located in each wing of the new elementary school.
Bottom right, work is in progress on a' physical education pavilion and a mini-amphitheater that will
be shaded by one of several oak trees preserved on the school grounds.


hesiveness to the schools' design
yet preserved each building's indi-
vidual character. ,
By having the red brick exte-
rior, blue metal roofs and many fix-
tures and furnishings in common,
the district benefited from the abil-
ity to share materials between the
schools.
The schools are going up con-
currently, but Riverside is further
ahead than Shoal River. Both will
be ready for the start of the 2009-10
school year.
Inside Riverside, workers were
laying carpet and installing trim


and technology
hook-ups. A "full-blown A/V sys-
tem," as Mitchell described it, was
being installed in the multi-pur-
pose room.
Outside, the bus ramp, with its
protective canopy running nearly
the entire length of the school, is
complete. Its rigid structural alu-
minum construction will provide
children shelter on rainy days and
still hold up to hurricane-strength
winds.
"We haven't lost one to wind
yet," said Jacobs/Titan program
manager Joel Lindner, adding that


they have used the same system
on other area schools.
Out front, masons and met-
alworkers were -coming along in
constructing the graceful front en-
trance and parents' drop-off ramp.
By keeping school buses and par-
ents' cars separated, traffic will
flow much better and reduce the
risk of injury to a child.
Almost all of the contractors
and subcontractors are local.
"They take a lot of pride in the
work they do," Lindner said.
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Obituaries


Local


Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Sarah J. Union, 58, of
Crestview, departed this
life peacefully and went
home to be with the Lord
on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, Feb. 7 at
the House of God, The
Pillar Ground of the Truth
Church with Overseer
Mark A. Smith officiating
and McKinnie Funeral
Home directing.
Born in Pike County,
Ala., Sarah Union called
Crestview home for the last
48 years. She was a devoted
wife, mother, grandmother
and great-grandmother.
She loved praying, singing,
playing cards, cooking and
most of all she loved her
family. Sara confessed her
life to Christ at an early-
age and joined the House
of God, The Pillar Ground
of the Truth Church.
She began working at an
early age with her mother
cleaning homes. She also
was employed at Duke
Field. Over the last 20
years, she was employed in
the Destin area, including
the Hilton Hotel and
Sandestin Beach Resort.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Jessie F Larry and Mary
Lee Johnson; and sisters,
Jessie Pearl Williams and-
Thelma Larry.
Sarah leaves to
cherish her memories
her husband, Arthur
Ray Union; and sons,


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Arthur Ray Union Jr.
(Michele), Jermaine B.
Union, Antonio L. Union
and Malcolm D. Union,
all of Crestview. She
was blessed to have six
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren;
her sisters, Pearl Bess,
Mary L. Jackson, Eartha
(James) South, all of
Crestview, Joyce (Melvin)
Gordon of Tacoma, Wash.,
Linda (Mark) Smith of
Valdosta, Ga., Ida Hooks,
Rhonda Larry of Elba, Ala.;
and adopted sister, Anita
(William) Montgomery of
Woodbridge, Va.; brothers,
Jessie E (Betty) Larry,
Edward C. Larry, Jonathan
Larry, Ervin (Shirley)
Johnson, all of Crestview,
James A. Larry, Tacoma,
Wash., and Stanley Larry
of New Jersey; father- and
mother-in-law, Willie and
Mary Union; sisters-in-law,
Virginia (Wesley) Brooks,
Deloris Wilson, Mary
Joyce (Stan) Hart, Michele
(Charles) Cruder, Zale
(Sammy) Covington and
Ellen (Marlon) Matthew;
brothers-in-law, Donnie
Union, Anthony Union,
Tyrone Union, William
Union and a host of uncles,
aunts, nieces, nephews,
cousins and Other relatives.
and'friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
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Jane Union at www.
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Raymond Lamar Turner


Raymond Lamar
Turner, 50, of Crestview,
was called home by
our Heavenly Father
on Thursday, Jan. 29,
2009. Funeral services
were held Thursday,
Feb. 5, at the House of
Restoration Full Gospel
Baptist Church with
Pastor Steven Chatman
officiating and McKinnie
Funeral Home directing.
Born in Lockhart, Ala.,
Raymond accepted the
Lord Jesus Christ as his
Savior on Nov. 5, 2006.
Raymond was a member
of House of Restoration
Full Gospel Church in
Crestview.
Raymond was
preceded in death by his
parents, Howard Williams
Sr. and Ruby Ellen
Turner; grandmothers,
Charlotte Pearl Turner
and Furilla Bell Williams;
grandfathers, Will Turner
and Jake Williams Sr.;
brothers, Earnest Allen
Turner and Walter Alto
Turner; aunt, Lureatha
Thomas.
He leaves to cherish
his memories his
stepfather, Albert
Marshall Jr. of Florala;
brothers, Kenneth Turner
(Jay) of Tucson, Ariz.,
Michael (Angela) Turner
of Crestview, Jake (Pam)
Haynes of Oklahoma,
Samuel (Stacy) Oates of
Madison, Ala., and half-
brother, Howard Williams


Jr. of New Orleans;
sisters Lurleen (Jerrold)
Lowery, Juanita Marshall
and Lurene Tuner of
Crestview; half-sisters,
Betty Jean, Bonnie
Jean, Syluria, Callie and
Phyllis, all of Detroit;
'great-aunt, Lorenza
Price of Lockhart; aunts,
Martha (Claude) Gibson.
of Virginia, Pauline (Willie
L.) Carr of Florala and,
Jannie Mae Brooks;
uncles, Willie (Carolyn)
Williams of Crestview
and Benny L. (Carolyn)
Turner of Los Angeles;
nieces and nephews,
Jarvontey, Jeneca, Vliya,
Asia,.Dwaun, Kenneth Jr.,
Chris, Vincente, Brittance,
Gary, Matthew and
Elizabeth; sister-in-law,
Catherine of Monroe, La.;
cousins, William Tanner,
Betty L. Wright, Sandra
Jean Bass, Ruby Mae
Chatman, Margarett Jean
Gibson, Janese MoOre,
Jacklyn Coleman, Melissa
Toles, Earl Williams,
Kenneth Williams, Wayne
Williams, Mark Williams,'
Sharonda Williams,
Keyonda Williams, Joyce
Matthews and Martha
Blackshear; special buddy
and friend Carnell James;
and a host of other family
and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Raymond
Lamar Turner at www.
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BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
BEING DRAMATIC: Scoring straight "superior" ratings
at the District level made, from left, Jesse Hinton,
Zach Hillar, Jason Porrata and Jarick Rivers
eligible to represent Crestview High School at
the Florida State Thespians Festival in Tampa in
April. Hinton, Hillar and Rivers will attend the state
competition.


CHS thespians advance

to statewide competition


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Florida State
Thespian District I
reaches from Pensacola
to Tallahassee. Along
that substantial stretch
of turf are scores of high
schools with established
drama programs, many
of them in existence for
decades.
These are kids who
know Arthur Miller's
drama "The Crucible"
from Roger Miller's
musical "Big River"
and probably can quote
passages from the
former and sing songs
from the latter.
It therefore says a
lot about the fledgling
Crestview. High School
drama program and its
Thespian Troupe 4428
that in just its second
year, four of its actors
became eligible for'
statewide competition.
Accepted for state
competition are:
Jason Porrata,
who performed two
contrasting monologues,
one from Neil Simon's
"Brighton Beach
- Memoirs" and.one from
Arthur Miller's "Death of
a Salesman"
Jarick Rivers, who
rated superior in the
musical theatre category
for his performance'
of "Empty Chairs and
Empty Tables" from "Les
Mis6rables",
Jesse Hinton and
Zach Hillard for dual
acting in a scene from
"Death of a Salesman"
To be accepted for
the April 22-25 -Florida
State Thespians Festival


in Tampa, the students
had to rate straight
"superiors" for their
performances at district
level.
"Our kids have the
talent," said CHS drama
teacher Joe Hernandez.
"I'm doing my best to
bring the theatre arts
back to Crestview." ,
Hernandez took 10
students to the district
competition on Jan. 17.
They competed against
students from 21 other
schools.
"It was a real
humbling experience
for my kids," said
Hernandez, himself a
CHS grad. "Our theater
department is just up and
growing. They learned a
lot just by watching. One
school had more than 50
kids. It was a'amazing to
see them compete and
perform."
Drama students
Brittany Bray, Porrata,
Rivers, Samantha
Lowrie, Hinton, Hillard,
Amanda Pack, Forrest
Jenkins and Rochelle
Kandler performed in the
district festival.
The students were
judged in several
categories including
monologues, scenes and
musical theatre. With
Hernandez's advice,
they selected their own
performance pieces.
"There's a lot of rulqs
about what you can and
cannot sing and perform.
I really encouraged '
them to read a lot of
plays in,our classroom,"
Hernandez said. "I
helped them in preparing
,once they made a
choice."


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Ybur Hometowi Ba)ik Sinie 1956!

M ark Wagg \'ice President and Commercial Loan Officer at First
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26 years ago. A graduate of Cres [ile,- High School, Mark has completed
numerous banking courses and graduated from the University of Florida
Banking School in 2005. Mark is married and the ftrheroftwo 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 co comment about working at the bank,
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And all that jazz: Performer invigorates Crestview library crowd


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

A good performer knows how
to work her crowd.
Warm 'em up. Get 'em in-
volved. Make 'em clap along.
Local jazz singer and musi-
cian Dr. Cheryl Jones is used to
facing a classroom of solemn-
faced students in her Northwest
Florida State College classroom.
She's also skilled at loosening
up a nightclub full of people who
begin by politely sitting there,
perhaps nodding in time with the
music.
At the Crestview Bob Sikes
Public Library last Tuesday,
the twain met. Yet by halfway
through the hour-long presenta-
tion, even the most rhythm-chal-
lenged audience member me
- found the beat.
The audience was diverse,
from hausfraus to retirees to
music lovers including Mary
Mancini, wife of the late swing
bandleader Mike Mancini, and
two rows of Crestview High
School jazz band members.
"Jazz elevated music," Jones
declared.
It hits each practitioner dif-
ferently, we learned. The most
American of musical art forms,
its performers find their per-
sonal groove, and, unless solo-
ing, then meld it with the other
performers.
"Finding your niche and im-
provising along the way," Jones
explained it:
Unlike classical music or a
military march, no two jazz art-
ists will approach the same jazz


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
JAZZY LADY:Jazz performer and historian .Dr. Cheryl Jones performs
a spirited version of "Route 66" during her Feb. 3 presentation at the
Crestview Public Library.


number the same way.
Jazz musicians and histori-
ans even disagree on the genre's
origins. They pretty much agree
it was founded down south in
the late 19th century. After that,
opinions diverge.
Most historians say it evolved
in the great New Orleans cultur-
al melting pot and then spread
by steamboat up the river and


into America's heartland.
Some, however, insist it
started in Natchez, Miss., in the
teeming, ethnically diverse and
occasionally bawdy Under-the-
Hill riverfront neighborhood.
"I personally think it comes
from African music," Jones said.
"Jazz is defined by the predomi-
nate rhythm of swing. It was
the tribal music of Africa that


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land as walking into a cocktail
party with lively conversation,"
Jones said.)
From swing, jazz has evolved
into bebop, cool, free jazz, fusion
and today's "smooth jazz."
"That it has crossed cultural
lines is interesting," Jones said.
Jones said she loves smooth,'
jazz, in particular Kenny G, "be-
cause he opened the world to
jazz," Jones said much to the
surprise of several ardent jazz
enthusiasts in the audience, who
find the famous sax player too
commercially mainstream.
"He milks the melody," Jones
said. "And then he made millions
and millions on top of that! We're
jealous!"
Great names from jazz his-
tory tripped lovingly from Jones'
lips: Scott Joplin, the grandfa-
ther of ragtime; Cab Calloway
and Ella Fitzgerald, who defined
scatting; and Duke Ellington and


CheckitOUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian
Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library

Attention all local poets!
The Third Annual Friends of
the Library Open-Mic Poetry
Reading Night will be April
14 from 6 to 8 p.m. After the
great turnout and rave reviews
received last year, we are
looking forward to another,
fun evening for local poetry
enthusiasts as we celebrate
National Poetry Month.
The Friends also are once
again sponsoring a student
poetry writing
contest. Prizes
for first, second,
and third places
in both the
middle and A V
high school
categories will
be awarded that
night. (Winners
must be
present.) Entry
forms may be
downloaded
from the Friends page on our
library Web site. Submissions
may be sent as attachments,
to friends6fcrestviewlibrary@
yahoo.com or brought into the
library. For more info on either'
the open-mic reading or the
student contest you may e-
mail the Friends at the above
address.

STAFF PICKS
Author Simon Winchester
is on his 11th passport and has
been to more than 150 countries.


His advice: "To fully .--
appreciate that we
are all passengers on
the same vast planet,
it's essential to go and
see the intricacies
of humankind for .-'. ,
yourself. You don't '
need to spend a lot
to achieve the kind ,'
of wisdom that is
necessary to be fully
informed citizens
and participants in the world.
So, if you're ready to embark
on your own journey toward
greater awareness, get yourself
'a'shiny new blue-
jacketed U. S.
passport. And
then get going."
In the
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'read some of
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more than 20
books, including
the following:
"'The
Professor and
the Madman: A
Tale of Murder,
SInsanity, and the Making of the
Oxford English Dictionary":
"The Professor and the
Madman" is an extraordinary
tale of madness, genius, and
the incredible obsessions of two
remarkable men that led to the
making of the Oxford English
Dictionary and literary
history. The compilation of the
OED, begun in 1857, was one
of the most ambitious projects
ever undertaken. As definitions
were collected, the overseeing
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man, Dr. WC. Minor,
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than 10,000. When the
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shocking truth came
to light: Dr. Minor, an
American Civil War
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insane.
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Krakatoa, an island volcano
off the coast of Java,' erupted
on August 27, 1883, it spewed
debris 24 miles into the air, was
heard 4,000 miles away, and
caused barometers throughout
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destroyed 165 villages and
killed 36,417 people, but as
recounted by Winchester in
this fascinating history, the
eruption's devastating effects
,were not only environmental
(dust circled the globe for years)
but also political.
"The Man Who Loved
China: The Fantastic Story of
the Eccentric Scientist Who
Unlocked the Mysteries of.
the Middle Kingdom": Here
is the extraordinary story of
Joseph Needham, the brilliant
Cambridge scientist who
unlocked the most closely held
secrets of China long the
world's most technologically
advanced country. This married
Englishman, a freethinking
intellectual who also practiced
nudism and was devoted to a
quirky brand of folk dancing, fell


in love with a visiting Chinese
student. He became fascinated
with China and embarked on
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farthest frontiers of this empire,
searching for evidence o6f
Chinese innovations printing,
the compass, explosives,
suspension bridges and even
toilet paper.
"The Map that Changed
the World: William Smith
and the Birth of Geology":
Winchester tells how canal
digger.William Smith noticed
the layers in the 'soil he was
digging and different fossils
in each layer and eventually
created the first geological map,
of England, Wales, and part
of Scotland, in 1815. He also
explains how the map and the
concepts behind it changed the
western view of history and the
earth.
"A Crack in the Edge of
the World: America and the
Great California Earthquake":
Here Winchester explores not
only what happened in northern
California in 1906 that leveled
a city symbolic of America's
relentless western expansion,
but also what we have learned
since about the geological
underpinnings that caused it.
He also positions the quake's
significance along the earth's
geological timeline and shows
the effect it had on the rest of
20th-century California and
American history.

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bow."
The audience was invited to
join in singing "Day-O," the "Ba-
nana Boat Song" made famous
by Harry Belafonte, singing the
"O's" to Jones' "Days."
"What defines me as a jazz
musician is what I do.with the
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read what's on the page. Folks
say jazz musicians can't read
music. We're great readers! We
can even read things that aren't
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At the program's end, Jones
praised Big Red Machine jazz
band members as they filed out
to return to school.
"Bless your hearts! Thank
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told them.

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swung." his satin sound.
Those swinging rhythms col- "Louis Armstrong did some-
lided head-on with the European thing for jazz by personalizing
marches and. it," Jones said.
waltzes then in Jones punctu-
vogue, giving A JAZZ JOKE ated her remarks
birth to ragtime, Dr. Cheryl Jones and audience
jazz's earliest shared this musical dialogue with
incarnation. hs uscal performances of
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jazz history as a How can you tell if tunes, includ-
living history," it's a pop singer or a ing "In Other
Jones said. jazz singer knocking at Words," "Take
Ragtime, she your door? If she keeps the A Train,"
said, evolved knocking, it's a pop "Kumbaya,"
into swing and singer, because a jazz "Route 66,"
big band music, singer always.knows and a medley
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A4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Brian Hoghes
Crestview News Bulfetin

Speed control devices could re-
turn to Texas Parkway following ac-
tion of the Crestview City Council.
At the council meeting Mon-,
day night, Texas Parkway resident
Chris Dreading requested stop
signs that were removed from his
street be reinstalled.
"I'm tired of walking outside and
seeing these things," Dreading said,
referring to cars-racing or speeders
passing those drivers who obey the
speed limit. "Just today I saw a ce-
ment truck pass a dump truck."
Dreading cited a neighbor whose
husband is serving in Iraq.
"She said she's worried about
him dying over there, but he's wor-
ried about her dying on our street."
Dreading presented the council
with a petition signed by 14 Texas
Parkway neighbors.
"The stop signs were taken with
no notification," Dreading said. "All
I want, is my signs back and maybe
a couple speed breakers. I haven't
asked for anything in the 30 years-
that I've lived here. All I'm asking
now is to have my stop signs back."
One of the signs was a three-way
stop at the corner of Texas Parkway
and Kenneth Street.
"We've actually only had positive
comments until now," said Public
Services director Wayne Steele
of the sign removal. He said the
signs that were removed were not


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needed, according to standard mu-
nicipal w6rks guidelines used by his
office.
"Stop signs should not be used
for speed control," Steele said.
"There's not a good source other
than law enforcement to deal with
that."
Steele also explained that speed
humps are more of a liability for the
city than an effective speed control
device.
Steele advised that if a stop
sign was returned to Texas Park-.
way, which is considered a through
street, it should be put at Walter
Street, at the bottom of a hill.
"It would give them less room to
get back to speed," Steele said.
Council member Bob Allen noted
the council received 14 signatures
requesting the return of the stop
signs, "but I don't think that is re-
flective of the population as a whole
out there," he said..
Countered Council member
Chip Wells, "If someone comes to
the council and expresses their
concern, I think we should listen
and see what we can do to help."
"I don't think we can ignore
this concern tonight because it is
an issue for some of our citizens,"
agreed council member Linda
Parker, who said she has received
several requests that something be
done about speeding in the area.
Wells moved that Public Works
provide a recommendation for re-
storing a stop sign to the affected


area of Texas Parkway. Parker sec-
onded it. The motion carried 4 to 1,
with Allen voting "nay."

Other business
Resolution 09-03 amending-
the city budget was carried unani-
mously.
With the city's wastewater
treatment plant operator OMI's
contract expiring soon, Steele re-
quested an hour-long workshop to
discuss the service as well as up-
grades to the plant. The workshop
was scheduled for 4 p.m. on Feb. 23
before the next council meeting.
In his report, Mayor. David
Cadle reported several instances of
people breaking into storm drains
by cutting fences and protective
grating.
"This is a very serious. issue,"
the mayor said. "Toxic fumes could
be in those drains."
When a Crestview police officer
tried to rescue a child from-one of
the drains, he said, the Crestview
Fire Department had to stop him
to allow firefighters with rescue
breathing equipment to enter the
confined culvert.
"People just don't realize how
dangerous these things can be,"
said Administrative Services direc-
tor Mike Wing. :

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Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa 'County
Commission on the Status
of Women (OCCSW) in-
ducted its new members
and installed new officers
for 2009.
Janet Mabry of Gulf
Breeze, area representa-
tive for the Florida Com-
mission on 'the Status of
Women, swore in the new
officers and members,
including new members
Dawn O'Connor and Shir-
ley Daniel of Crestview for
'District 1.
Past member Judy
Byrne Riley was the guest
speaker.
The Okaloosa County
Commission on the Status
of Women (OCCSW) was
established by the Board
of County Commissioners
in 1995 for the purpose of
recognizing and honoring


women who have made
significant contributions to
the improvement of women
and citizens of Okaloosa
County. The OCCSW mem-
bership is composed of ap-
pointments by county com-
missioners and represeh-
tatives of various women's
organizations. .
Each year the group
takes nominations for the
Okaloosa County Women's
Hall of Fame, conducts spe-
cial activities during Wom-
en's History Month, pro-
vides a speakers bureau ad-
dressing various women's
issues and partners with
Jobs 'Plus and the Work-
force Development board
in the "Suit Up to Move Up"
program to provide appro-
priate clothing for ladies
trying to get off welfare and
into the workforce.
For more information,
visit www.occsw.org.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
Pursuant to Article 4,'Chapter 102 of the City Code and
Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City
Council proposes-to adopt the following ordinance as set
forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1421
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY -OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 4.28
ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY, LOCATED IN SECTION
32, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM
OKALOOSA COUNTY BUSINESS GENERAL ZONING
DISTRICT (BG) TO SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING
DISTRICT ZONING (R-1); PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR UPDATE `OF THE CRESTVIEW
ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing in conjunction with .the second reading
and adoption of the ordinance will be held on Monday,
February 23, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Charfbers,
.198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or
verbal comments on the matters under consideration. The
ordinance is available for public inspection during normal
business hours at the Administrative Services Department,
City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five'
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
- arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record
of the proceedings and for such purpose, such person may
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the testimony and any
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young February 11, 2009
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As we prepare for-the
future of Crestview it is
imperative we look to data
from the past to show us
where we have been and
the changes
that are
necessary
to meet the
needs of
our citizens
in an ever-
growing
community.
Every DAVID CADLE
department
within
city government must
utilize statistics and data
in order to determine
our strengths and
weaknesses and provide
more efficient service. The"
annual reports for 2008
from our police and fire ,
departments have recently
been compiled, and some
amazing statistics have
surfaced. For example,
due to the large number
of accidents in the 1-10
and State Road 85 area we'
increased road patrols and
enforcement of speed laws
along that corridor. In 2008
we issued 1,619 citations
for speeding, and a
resulting statistic'directly
related to this effort was
.an 18 percent decrease:
in traffic accidents, the
second consecutive
year crashes have been
reduced.
Because of our reaction
to this type of data we very
well may have saved lives
and prevented serious
injuries.
With 'the growth of the
city we have experienced
a 21 percent increase in'
calls for service by the
police department. In fact,
our officers responded
to 54,166 calls for service
in 2008. Our average
response time is 5.01
minutes, a number we
hope to lower even more
in 2009.
Our fire department
added twelve new
firefighters in 2008 through
a personnel grant from
FEMA that made it possible
for us to open our third filly
staffed fire station. It is the
goal of the city of Orestview
to have a response time
of five minutes or less to
any fire call within our
jurisdiction. Hopefully that
type of response will result
in lowered home insurance
rates for city residents as
well as reduced structure
damage. From 2007 through
2008 we experienced a
dramatic decrease in
average arrive time for fire
calls from 5.91 to 2.39.
Congratulations to the
city of Crestview public
safety department for
the improvements being
-made and the increased
professional training
standards in place
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I COUNTY,
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CORNER
Okaloosa County District 1
Commissioner Wayne Harris
provided this report from the
Feb. 3 meeting of the Okaloosa
County Board of County
Commissioners:
"We made a decision to
purchasing buses. To stick with
what I've always said, I'm a
businessperson and things have
to make a profit. I'm the only one
who voted no on the purchase
of the new buses. Not that I'm
opposed to buses or people who


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ministrative Services Di- the county is a business and we longer p
rector Mike Wing provided have to think like a business. Barry (c
this report from the Feb. 2 If we're losing $300,000 a year say, 'We
meeting of the city's Tech- on bus transportation, how do I in the cc
nical Review Committee. justify that? We lost $300,000 last everythi
The committee re- year on bus transportation, and getting
viewed site construction now we're going to buy $600,000 have the
plans and floor plans for worth of buses? People told 'job and
Fairfield Inns & Suites, a me, 'it's not county money so it, job is to
51,130 square foot hotel, doesn't matter.' (The buses will is spent
located on 2.66-plus acres be purchased with grant funds; reasons
behind Ryan's on-Mirage
Avenue.
The committee re-
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Cash's on South Ferdon
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nty funds). But it's
er money. I'm big
spending taxpayer
wastefully. If the
m is losing money
y affects a minimal
of people, the
taxpayer is losing
I have to vote with W
science." H,
tor's note: This
se is not directly
ted to the commission's
y vote to provide funding
restview-to-Eglin bus

ush periods, we could do
ing for everybody. But we
w. The taxpayer has to
and some of the services
I to provide, we can no
provide. I heard Russ
of the roads department)
can do more with less *
county, but we can't do
ing with nothing.' We're
to a point where we don't
e money. That said, my
the other commissioners'
make sure the money
wisely and for the right
. Again, going back to


infrastructure, essential
services and public
safety those are the
s things that are absolutely
Imperative. Then, if we
have some money left
over, we have a decision
to make to use it for other
(NE things. But if there is a
RIS choice for a road or quality
RI of life issue, you're going
to get a vote for a road
from me."

"The biggest thing I think is
important with (the county's new
budget process) is there is going
to be more citizen involvement.
Legislators and people in
leadership positions sometimes
think they know what the citizens
want. That's not true. We don't
know any more than what our
mind tells us. They're getting
ready to do a survey on the
priories of our county. What we
need to do is get citizens' input
and do what the citizens want.
And when they say no, they mean
no!"
"Take the political face out of
the Destin Airport issue, and we


went into a lease agreement with
Northwest Florida State College
with a 24,000 square foot building.
That's a business decision;
not a political decision. The
commissioners agreed to that
before I was on the commission,
so it was a business decision and
it was a good decision."
(Editor's note: The project
drew heated criticism from
the media after state Rep.
Ray Sansom, who helped get
$6 million in state funding
earmarked for the project,
accepted a $110,000 part-time job
from the college the same day he
was sworn in as speaker of the
House.)

District 1 commissioner
Wayne Harris encourages his
constituents to contact him at
689-5030 or by e-mail at wharris@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.
County Commissioner's
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Cubbyholes run along
the wall beneath the large
windows. Each room has
10 computer and phone/
Internet hook-ups. Floors
are carpeted, and windows
have impact-rated glazing.
"You could actually
house kids here during a
hurricane," Lindner said.
Each classroom has its
o~rn bathroom and shares
a teacher planning room
with the room next door.
Energy-saving features
include occupancy sen-
sors 'that turn lights off
after a room is vacated.
Rather than a large,
cumbersome central
heating and cooling plant
that requires special me-
chanical skills to 'main-
tain, every few class-
rooms share :a smaller,
almost residential style
unit. In addition to facili-
tating maintenance, this
allows teachers to better
regulate the environment


in their classroom.
For students' security,
pedestrian circulation as-
sures visitors only can go
into the front office after
entering, the lofty lobby.
Each classroom has its
own telephone. Class-
room doors have "intrud-
er function locksets,"
allowing each teacher to
secure his or her room
from inside.
Jacobs/Titan's design-
ers consulted with teach-
ers, students and admin-
istrators when designing
the new schools.
"The' district wanted
to, build on the .success
-that it had at Antioch El-
ementary," Lindner said.
"It works really well."
Davidson Middle
School also served as a
model. The staffs of both o
schools told designers
candidly what worked
and what did not in their
respective school.
"Plus," Mitchell said,
"our kids go to district,
schools. I get a daily report
from my son about what
he doesn't like or what
does work in his school."
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A small procession filed
into Belinda Small's fifth-
grade reading class at An-
tioch Elementary School on
a recent morning, surpris-
ing the popular teacher as
she was about to start class.
Surprise turned to aston-
ishment when the leaders of
the contingent school dis-
trict Superintendent Alexis
Tibbetts, School Board
member Cathy Thigpen and
Antioch Principal Glenda
Robinson-presented Small
with a large bouquet and in-
formed her she was one of
three finalists for county-


wide Teacher of the Year.
Small joins Richbourg
Middle School language
arts teacher Cindy King
and Rick Hernandez from
Niceville High School as a
contender for the county
honor.
"It's pretty big that we
would have two of the three
Teacher of the Year finalists
from Crestview," observed
Dr. Tibbetts.
Small was praised for her
innovative and enthusiastic
instruction techniques that
keep her students engaged
and excited.
"She does so much to
push you to the limits that
you don't even think you


can achieve," Tibbetts told
the students.
Other teachers offered
additional praise for their
colleague.
"I've been teaching for
a long time, and I always
learn something new from
Mrs. Small," observed Ran-
dall Teal, a fellow fifth-grade
instructor.
"Every time I visit her
classroom she is always
carrying on the, most inter-
esting lesson," said Rob-
inson. "I just don't want to
leave."
Small's passion for her
students also received
praise.
"She takes you to heart,"
Robinson assured the stu-
dents.
"I've never met anyone
nicer than Mrs. Small," said
student Josh McBride, to
the approving nods of his
classmates.


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BELINDA SMALL: Okaloosa School Superintendent
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dents but the student body
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Military


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Military BRIEFS


John H. Robson
Army Pvt. John H. Rob-
son has graduated from
basic infantry training at
Fort Benning, Columbus,
Ga.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
received training in drill
and ceremonies, weapons,
map reading, tactics, mili-
tary courtesy, military jus-
tice, physical fitness, first
aid, and Army history, core
values and traditions. Ad-
ditional training included
development of basic com-
bat skills and battlefield
operations and tactics, and
experiencing use of vari-
ous weapons and weapons
defenses available to the
infantry crewman.
He is the 'son of Diane
Ward of Fort Walton Beach
and grandson of Carol
Robson of Crestview. The
private is a 2007 graduate
of Crestview High School.

Shelby L. Atkins III
Air Force Airman ist
Class Shelby L. Atkins
III has arrived for duty at
Creech Air Force Base, In-
dian Springs, Nev.
Atkins, a sensor op-
erator, is assigned to the
432nd Operations Sup-
port Squadron. Atkins has
served in the military for
more than one year.
'He is the son of Shelby
Atkins of Baker. In 2005,
the airman graduated
from OWC Collegiate High
School, Niceville.

Jared T. Rosenau
Marine Corps 2nd Lt.
Jared T. Rosenau, son of
Cindy Rosenau of Crest-
view and John Rosenau of
Navarre, recently received
his commission as an offi-
cer in the Marine Corps
after completing .Officer
Candidate School (OCS) in
Quantico, Va.
During the 10-week
training program, Rosenau
received extensive instruc-
tion on a variety of special-
ized subjects, including
Marine Corps history, tac-
tics; operations and orga-
nization, land navigation
aud other military sub-
jects. He also completed
a' demanding daily physi-
cl1, fitness program that
involved running, pull-ups.
obstacle and endurance
courses and calisthenics.
In addition. Rosenau
ahd fellow OCS graduates
received leadership train-
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importance of the Marine
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Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Crestview city council approves traffic impact
fee, fulfilling a previous agreement between the city and
the Florida Department of Transportation that permit-
ted the city to continue issuing building permits despite
substandard levels of service on State Road 85.
Well done, city officials. This should serve to put a stop
to new businesses in the city of Crestview. Just what it
needs at a time like this. Come on out to the county and
build where you are wanted and still use the city streets and
roads.

No one spoke out against this because no one knew they
were voting on it. Ridiculous amounts at a time like this.
Don't have a problem with the fee. It just should be much,
much lower especially for a single family residence.

Bless your heart, your councilperson didn't knock on
your door to personally inform you that there would be a
topic you are interested in discussed at the next city council
meeting. Wake up people! Council agendas are published
on the city Web site and in the newspaper well in advance of
public council meetings. Claiming "no one knew they were
voting on it" is just untrue.

Topic: Crestview Police Department introduces two
new officers.
Crestview should not have received any new officers.
Instead they should be laying them off. We already have
too many. Most of them are camping out near stop signs or
watching DVDs on their laptops while parked. Regardless,
they don't constantly need the upgraded newer vehicles
and equipment.

I feel we need more officers to help protect the honest
working citizens from the drug dealers, thieves and dishon- *
est people. They would rather take from the hard-working
instead of getting a job. If we need new or upgraded equip-
ment to protect us, go for it. Kudos, CPD. Keep it up.

Congratulations on the new officers. I hope that they
might be the ones who solve Melissa Howard's murder.
While they are at it maybe they can solve who the goat killer
is. Good luck to them in their efideavors.

Topic: The debate over the North Okaloosa Fire
District's proposed fire tax increase continues
In the long run (the twice-defeated millage rate proposal)
would have been the better way to go and saved the resi-
dents of the district money. The sad part is everyone was
wrapped around the 3.75 mils issue, and that is what killed
the whole deal. That is why the district is going to a one-time
flat rate increase, because they have no other avenues to go
to. You keep saying that they took out loans with no way to
repay them. This is hot entirely true. The NOFD was collect-
ing impacts fees until the wonderful lawmakers in Tallahas-
see made it illegal for them to without a charter change.... I
do not know what is problem is, but I think the NOFD should
bring the whole impact thing to light and let the people in
Tallahassee know what is going on around the state.

A possible solution is to break up the NOFD empire into
smaller volunteer stations with a paid firefighter or two at
each station that would work together when needed but
be governed separately. A better idea yet would be to give
up some of the area to the other volunteer stations in the
area. That would reduce manpower needed by NOFD and
also prevent future lawsuits over annexed properties that
NOFD has taken from the other departments in the past
that they claim they cannot properly protect now.

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Voters should defeat
fire tax increase
lb North Okaloosa Fire
District members:
Attention all members!
March 10,2009 may be
the most important ballot
you'll ever get a chance
to vote on concerning the
NOFD.
NOFD members have
previously voted down
two rate increases so at
the December meeting
the fire commissioners
voted to prepare a survey
questionnaire and sent it
to all NOFD members and
to take the results of the
survey and operate the dis-
trict as the majority of the
members requested. Well,
we (NOFD members) didn't
receive a survey as we had
bepn promised. What we
did receive according to the
Northwest Florida Daily
News was that the com-
missioners had been to the
Supervisor of Elections and
put in for a third vote. At the
January NOFD commis-
sioners meeting we ques-
tioned the commissioners
about the cost of all these
elections. We were told they
never had been charged for
the previous.two elections.
We checked with the Super-


visor of Elections and found
out that this third election
is costing the NOFD mem-.
bers $14,000.
The NOFD is putting the
tax increase proposal on the
ballot during city elections
(Crestview). It will be the
only item not dealing with.,
city elections and the NOFD,
hopes that we who oppose
the big tax increase won't
got to the polls and vote.
The NOFD is telling the
voters that their "intent* is,
to have a one-time increase
from $90.57 to $222 but the
wording of the amendment
so that they have the op-
tion of raising our taxes
by $129.43 annually for as
many times as they want,
without voter input.
The following is the
proposed amendment as it
appears on the ballot:,
"Do you approve an
annual non-advalorem
assessment increase of
$10.79/month ($129.43/year)
for a single family resi-
dence and a comparable
percentage increase for all
other types of properties in
the district for the purpose
of operating and maintain-
ing fire district facilities and
services?"
, This is a 130 percent
increase on homes and


'all types of other property.
Read this amendment real
close and here is what is
so dangerous: The word
annually means once per-,
year and here is what
your rates could be if this
passes: $90.57 in 2008, $220
in 2009, $349.43 in 2010,
$478.86 in 2011 and so on;
It also means commercial
property and vacant land
could increase by a compa-
rable percentage each year
($130).,
Mark March 10 on your
calendar. It will be the only.
thing on the ballot but it.
will be worth your time to
go vote. We've got to defeat
this try for their third tax
increase. NOFD commis-.
sioners meet every third
Thursday in the month at
Bob Sikes Airport Station.
Come and ask your ques-
tions.
W. Terrell
Crestview

NOFD voting
reminder
The referendum vote
for the North Okaloosa
Fire District on March 10
is quickly approaching. If
approved, this referendum
will increase the current
special assessment on


residential properties from
$90.57-to $220.23 ($10.79;
per month for 12 months
-$129.48 annual), or 130
percent. Other types of
properties will be charged a
comparable percentage.
According to records
there are 13,484 eligible
voters in the district. In the
November general election
9,569 people voted for a 71.0
percent turnout. This was
very large increase over the
primary election held Aug.
26 which had a 25.4 percent
turnout (3,422 of 13,484)..
A sample ballot should
reach registered voters in .
February. Precincts 3, 6, 8, 9,
11, 12,.13,45,51 pnd 52 will be
opened March 10 for voting.
You will not have to wait un-
til March 10 to vote because
early voting will be Feb, 23
through March 7 (Mondays
through Saturdays) from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the
Supervisor of Elections Of-
fice in both Crestview and
Fbrt Walton Beach.
Though this referen-
dum may seem insignifi-
cant compared to the pri-
mary or general election, it
can have a financial impact
on every landowner in the
district.
David Skarzynski
Crestview


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Arrest REPORTS


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
MICHAEL ALLEN
CRANE, 21, was charged with
grand theft auto.
12/11: CINDY ALICE
MCDONALD, 32, of 7480 U.S.
Highway 189, Baker, was
charged with grand theft,
dealing in stolen property and
using false I.D. for a pawn
transaction. DEAUNDROS
L. BLACKSHEAR, 20, of 732
W Walnut Ave., Crestview, was
charged with trespassing, not
at a structure or conveyance. *
KEITH DEION DAWSON, 25,
of 115 London St., Fort Walton
Beach, was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoked. ERMILO
PERALTA VIDAL, 46, of 740 E.
Chestnut Ave., Crestview, was
charged with knowingly driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
12/13: AARON KEITH DICE,
27, of 5040 Galliver Cutoff, Baker,
was charge with possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana,
paraphernalia and a controlled
substance. DARRYL WILEY,
43, of 5802 Jack Stokes Road,
Baker, was charged with driving


while license suspended or
revoked.
12/14: PENNY CASEY, 36,
of 1663 Pickens, Baker, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs. *
CHRISTOPHER WADE KING,
23, of 5422 Old River Road,
Baker, was charged with driving
under the influence of alcohol
or drugs. ROBERT JAMES
CAMPBELL, 34, of 212 Second
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with driving while license
suspended or revoked.
12/15: TRAVIS J. PARKER,
28, of 109 Ed Brown St., Fort
Walton Beach, was charged
with battery (domestic violence)
and resisting an officer with
violence.
12/26: MICHAEL JOSHUA
MCCREARY, 20, of 65 Friendly
Lane, Shalimar, was charged.,
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
1/2: GREGORY ROBERT
YOUNG, 29, of 554 Purl Adams
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with knowingly driving while
license suspended or revoked
and driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
1/3: FRANCIS STEWART,
49, of 498 Brock Ave., Crestview,


was charged with battery: touch
or strike.
1/6: CHRISTOPHER R.
HAERTELT, 27, of 475 Miramar
St., Holt, was charged with two
counts of battery.
1/7: ZACCHARY ALAN
ADER, 19, of 740 Dixie St.,
Crestview, was charged with
burglary and grand theft.
1/9: CHARLIE WILLIAM
JOHNSON, 28, of 6 Courtney
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance, fleeing/eluding, and
knowingly driving while license
suspended or revoked.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office reports
ROBERT WAYNE
KILPATRICK, 31, of 3172 Maple
St., Crestview, was charged with
grand theft.
12/29: GARY TRENT
MCKINNEY, 48, was charged
with unlawful dumping in
excess of 15 lbs. and trespassing
on property other than
structure.
. 1/1: CODY LOUIS ALLEN,
21, of 89 W. Mossy Head Main
St., DeFlniak Springs, was
charged with burglary to an


unoccupied dwelling, resisting
arrest without violence and two
counts of criminal mischief.
1/4: AMANDA WHEELER
BELL, 25, of 5001 Al Gilman
Road, Baker, was charged with
assault on a law enforcement "
officer.
1/7: A 16-YEAR-OLD Holt
resident was charged with
grand theft.

Crime Stoppers
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay a cash reward
to the anonymous caller who
helps authorities locate the
following:
SEDWARD LAMONT
FOUNTAIN, 29, a black male
wanted for aggravated battery.
He has black hair and brown
eyes, and is five feet nine inches
tall and 190 pounds. Fountain's
last known address was on
Greendale Avenue in Fort
Walton Beach.
JERMAINE BERNARD
UNION, 35, wanted for violation
of probation on the original
charge of burglary to an
unoccupied structure. He is
a black male with black hair
and brown eyes, five feet eight


inches tall and 265 pounds.
Union's last known address was
in Crestview.
Contact Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-
TIPS (863-8477) or toll-free at
1-888-654-TIPS. Information can
also be provided anonymously
by texting "TIP214 plus the
message" to CRIMES (274637).
Photographs of these and
other wanted individuals
are available at www.
emeraldcoastcrimestoppers.
com.


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At the final Crestview city council meeting
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firefighters, a police officer and a member of the
public services department for a combined 30 years
of dedicated service to Crestview.
Recognized were firefighter Daniel Ermy (five
years), Cecil R. Milstead Jr., Public Services (five
years), Police Investigator Richard Trent (five
years) and Senior Capt. Jody Smallwood, Crestview
Fire Dept. (15 years).
Above, Cadle presents Trent with his five year
service award.



OCSO announces


yearly honors


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office has rec-
ognized its Bob Grappone
as its Sworn Officer of the
Yeai and Michael Miller as
its Non-Sworn Employee
of the Year.
Grappone was honored
for his role in a large-scale
and ongoing counterfeiting
case. Because it is still ac-
tive, details of the investi-
gation cannot be released
at this time.
Grappone is admired
among his peers, who con-
stantly seek his skills and
assistance. In an armed
robbery spree of Pay Day
Loan businesses, he as-
sisted another investiga-
tor by getting a complete
confession from the sus-
pect. He never fails to sup-
port fellow officers with
their requests and needs
even though he clearly
has more investigative re-


sponsibilities of his own.
His enthusiasm and mo-
tivation never waver and
set the standard for his co-
workers.
Miller started his ca-
reer with the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office in
October 2006 and works
in the communications
center. He has shown con-
fidence and poise under
pressure on several occa-
sions. Most notable was his
handling of Channel 1 on
March 16, 2008, when Cpl.
Mark Raiche was injured
in a traffic crash. Miller
remained calm and pro-
vided information and as-
sistance over the radio, as
well as making phone calls
as needed. Miller handled
this extremely stressful
situation with profession-
alism and concern for all
involved. His demeanor
was reassuring to those
who were responding and/
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Miss CHS pageant Friday
The Miss CHS Competi- tion by each contestant, as Enjoy an evening of
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7 p.m. in Crestview High competition. "The talent is strumental performances
School auditorium. Admis- what really separates this sponsored by the Crestview
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FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT: The enthusiasm was. obvious as students and family
members participated in Antioch Elementary School's first Family Science Night.
More than 500 excited students and their families engaged in more than 20
hands-ci science activities. Attendees generated electricity, created goo from
Borax and glue, transferred; heat and energy by radiation and conduction, found
mass, volume, and density of rocks, and investigated fingerprints. Ms. Mary Jo
Wimsatt, fifth-grade science teacher and chairperson of the Science Committee,
organized volunteers that included teachers, staff, parents, AmeriCorps.
members, and students from the middle .and high schools to aid in participation
of these hands-on activities.


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chose Robyn Fail, an ESE teacher at Antioch Elementary School, as
its 2008-2009 grant recipient. A check for $150 was presented by
Connie Wolfe. The grant will be used in conjunction with business
partner funding to purchase a Wii system. The Wii will be used as part
of a comprehensive reward system to improve the students' social and
behavioral skills. It will also be used to develop the student's recreational
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SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school girls
basketball
Baker at Cottondale,
Class 2A region.
quarterfinals, 7 p.m.
High school softball
Niceville at Crestview,
JV 4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Friday
High school boys
basketball
Laurel'Hill vs. TBA,.
District. 1-1A tournament,
at Paxton, 6 p.m.
Baker vs. TBA, District
1-2A tournament, at PDL,,
S6 p.m.
Crestview, District 1-5A
tournament, TBD
High school wrestling
Region 1-2A
tournament at Crestview,
noon

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Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball
The Northwest Heavy
Hitters 1 2U baseball team
is looking for players who
turn 1 3 after May 1..
For more information,.
call Melvin at 902-6237
or Greg at 496-9235.
Laurel Hill spring
sports registration
Laurel Hill's T-ball,
'baseball and softball
season starts in March.
Registration is $25. Sign
up now at City Hall or
call 652-4441 for more
information.

Cancer awareness
golf tourney
Foxwood Country Club
will host the Breast Cancer
Awareness Benefit Golf
Tournament on Feb. 28.
Format is a four-person
scramble with at least one
female on each team.
Entry deadline is Feb.


For more information
contact Jack Patten at 682-
5645 or Beverly Coyne at
683-9640. '


A TIGER'S TALE


Clemson freshman

Matt Sanders talks

college football

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Former Crestview offen-
sive lineman Matt Sanders
was home in Okaloosa County
recently and made a surprise
visit to Baker to watch the SAI
Bulldogs and Gators tangle in
basketball..
Hoops might have been on his mind
for a few hours, but football is still very
much Sanders' sport of choice. He is
in his second semester as a freshman
in the Clemson University football
program.


As is the case with all freshmen,
the first year away from home has
been an eye-opening experience.
Unlike most other freshmen, Sand-
ers has been faced with a coaching
change.
"I've just had a great time with
the whole experience of be-
ing up there and being in
college," he said. "We've had
some ups and downs this
season that I think will pre-
pare me for the rest of my
time at Clemson.
"It was a pretty low point
MDERS Oct. 13 (when head coach
Tommy Bowden was fired).
But when coach (Dabo) Swinney
came in, I think he turned the pro-
gram around and has done a great job
ever since."
Sanders admitted he hpd some
concerns when Bowden was forced
out.


"I was kind of worried about it at
first because I didn't know what (the
school administration) was going to
do," he said. "The university is kind
of unpredictable in.that situation, but
they got coach Swinney as interim
coach, and I felt a lot better when he
was named head coach. It was just a
great feeling."
Sanders said Swinney has many of
Bowden's qualities, such as respect,
honesty and integrity
"One of the reasons I went to Clem-
son was coach Bowden and his whole
staff," he said. "Coach Swinney was a
part of that staff. Thank goodness we
have a great guy with such a great in-
fluence over the team."
Just as Sanders has been exposed
to the reality of the business sid6 of
college football that goes along with
a coaching change, he also learned

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Seminole



feast
,FSU baseball coach
FSU basball cach..


headlines Wild Game dinner

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Florida State baseball
coach Mike Martin was on hand
Friday night as the guest speaker
for the Crestview Rotary Club's 16th
annual Wild Game Feast at the Gum
Creek Lodge.
Martin, who was there to help
the Rotary Club raise money for
Northwest Florida State College,
gave the crowd its money's worth
with stories about baseball and a
few about himself.
Explaining how he ended up at
the event, Martin said longtime
NWF State College athletic director
Mickey Englett asked him if the
still believed in tree speech. When
Martin told Englett lie did. Englett
said,V"I want you to make one."
Martin seemed to have a Charlie
Brown complex in most of his
stories, painting himself as a lovable
loser. Yet the Hall of Fame coach
is anything but a loser, with more
than 1,500 career wins. He has led
the Seminoles to 13 College World
Series.
But that didn't keep Martin from
poking fun at himself.
Martin, a devout Christian,"
signs a scripture reference with
each autograph. One of his favorite
scriptures is Col. 3:17, which says,
"Whatever you do in word-or deed,
do all to the glory of God in Christ


I
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,RANDY DICKSON J CIlvst'ie Nts" BuilJtu.


'FREE SPEECH': Florida State baseball coach Mike Martin chats with
Northwest Florida State College athletic director Mickey Englett during
the Wild Game Feast on Friday at Gum Creek Lodge in Baker. *
Jesus." might have been upset %ith him.
After a game several years
ago, a woman asked Martin for an Special cause
autograph. He gladly sighed the Speci us
ball, using what he thought was Col. It takes special cause to get
3:17 as the scripture reference. Martin away from his team,with a
Martin said, the woman was at new season just around the corner,
the game the iiext day Even though but he willingly missed a scrimmage
she didn't say anything to him., he to take part in Friday's event.
gave him a steely glare throughout "'It's always a pleasure to be with
the day. Itwas obvious she was i people that genuinely care about
upset with him, but he didn't know others," he said. "I know that there
why.. are scholarships involved in this,
The only thing he could think was and these are just people that are
that maybe he put a different verse community-oriented. That's the way
with his autograph maybe Col. we should allbe.
3:18? "We should try to pick each other
Not sure of what Col. 3:18 says, up, and I'm always glad to be a part
after the game, Martin went to hisi of an evening like that."
office and pulled out his Bible and Martin knows how important it
looked up the verse. He found it is to have players come up from the
reads, "Wives submit yourselves to' Junior college ranks. He had a couple
your husbands as unto the Lord."
He knew then why the woman See SEMINOLE B3


Thanks, coach, for a job well done


Jeff Fowler will make his
final appearance in Crestview as
the Bulldog wrestling coach this
'weekend when the Dawgs host the
Region 1-2A tournament.
If all goes well,
Fowler will take.
a strong group of
wrestlers to the state
finals in Lakeland
the weekend of Feb.
20-21 before handing
the program over to
NORTH END someone else.
ZONE Many of you
Randy Dickson know Fowler's
wife, Carrie, died
last summer after a courageous
battle against cancer. When the
school year ends, he'll be taking his
children and heading back to his
native Maryland, where his parents
can help him with some of the
parental chores.
The first time I met Jeff Fowler
probably was sometime in 2002,
when Eric Flinchum was making a
run at a state championship in the
Class -A 189-pound class.
I really don't know Jeff very well,
not like I do coaches in other sports.
Maybe it's the nature of the sport or
perhaps the pecking order wrestling
tends to receive.
I don't know Jeff Fowler well,


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WRESTLING?
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but I've been around him enough to
know some things about him.
The first thing I know about Jeff
Fowler is he's a devoted family man.
I really can't think of any higher
compliment I can give Fowler or any
other man.
I don't have to be an expert on
wrestling to see that Fowler knows
his stuff. Just by watching him
conduct a practice and interacting
with his wrestlers, it's easy to see
he's a knowledgeable coach who
cares deeply for his team.
Maybe that's because in addition
to being knowledgeable about
wrestling, Fowler is also passionate
about the sport. There's an old
saying, "Enthusiasm is caught,
not taught," and it is Jeff Fowler's
passion and enthusiasm that
allowed him to build the Crestview
wrestling program from the ground
up.
As I think about Jeff Fowler in
the days to come, it is his passion


for wrestling that I will remember
most.
Knowledge without passion can
lead to apathy. And passion without
knowledge can lead to chaos. But
knowledge and passion together
lead to success.
Crestview head football coach
Matt Brunson is the only current
Bulldog head coach that has been on
the job longer than Fowler. And the
only wrestling coach in Okaloosa or
Walton County with a longer tenure
is Choctawhatchee's Don Authur.
Fowler will leave his time at
Crestview with more than 100
career wins. More than that, he'll
leave with the satisfaction that he
helped put Bulldog wrestling on the
map.
If you are in the neighborhood
Friday or Saturday, I encourage you
drop by the school and cheer on the
Bulldog wrestlers as they attempt to
make it to state.
You might even go over and
shake Jeff Fowler's hand, and thank
him for a job well done.
Just don't be surprised if when
you do, he tells you it's for the kids.

Thank outgoing CHS wrestling
coach Jeff Fowler for a job well
done by posting a note at www.
crestviewbulletin. com.


GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Ponce de Leon 53,
Baker 34
Ponce keeps churning
out District 1-2A titles,
winning for the fifth straight
time at Vernon on Saturday.
Baker will travel to
Cottondale on Thursday for
an FHSAA Region 1-2A
quarterfinal. Cottondale has
eliminated Baker from the
postseason each of the past
three years.
.Bak5.5 11 13-34
PDL 8.1522 8 53
Baker Haley
Wagner 1, Courtney
Fountain 8, Shanna Cobb
5, Alyssa Horn 3, Lori
'Steele 6, Dani Mayhair
2, Chestnut 5, Jones 1,
Anderson 3. Totals: 10 0
14-2634 .
Paxton 61,
Laurel Hill 23
Laqueatta Williams led
Laurel Hill in the Hoboes'


final game of .the 'season
with 13 points,in this District
1-1A semifinal Friday.
LHS,5 9-7 2 23
Pax 1325 149 -61
Laurel Hill -
Laqueatta Williams 13,
Nyiece Underwood 4,
Jessica Gartman 2, Tuyen
Morris 2, Jenny Brown 2.
Totals: 7 3 0-1 23
Baker 44,.
Freeport 34
Th, .Gators got 17
points, nine rebounds and.
four assists from Courtney
Fountain on Friday as they
advanced to the District
1 -2A tournament finals.
Alyssa Horn had 10
p..i,-tl: .-r',- r .,: ,rd .. ar, ,
.F 14 5,11l 7 34........
B 10148 12 -44
Baker'- Carly Barton
3, Courtney Fountain 17,
Shanna Cobb 12, Alyssa
Horn 10, Caitlin Holley 2.
Totals: 16 1 9-13 44-
Fort Walton Beach
50, Crestview 28
SThe third-seeded
Vikings routed sixth-seeded
Crestview on Feb. 2 in the.
District 1 -5A tournament
quarterfinals. Fort Walton
Beach used' its trademark
stingy defense, holding
Crestview to nine points or
.less in every quarter.
The Vikings led 22-11 at
* halftime and blew the game
open in the third quarter.
CHS 6 5 8 9 28
FWB7 15 14 14--50
Crestview Jodi
Montalvo 2, Arquitia
Jernigan 13; Monique
Thurman 7, Jordan Thurman
1, Candice Green 2,
Tuteana Frazier 1, Scott 2.
Totals: 1'1 1 3-6 28.

BOYS
BASKETBALL
Baker 51,
Laurel Hill 48
Baker's Chad Donley led .
all scorers with 1 8 points
to spur a 19-10 run in the
fourth quarter Tuesday to
help the Gators come away
with the victory.
Ethan Jackson led the
Hoboes with 1 3 points.
Bak 11 129 19- 51
LHS 11 15 12 10--48
Baker Colton
Henry 4, Josh Rose 5, Josh
Yost 2, Chad Donley 18,
Cameron Davis 9, Stephen
Shelley 9,.Jarrod Batson 4.
Totals: 15 2 13-24 51
Laurel Hill Jared
Pickron 8, Ethan Jackson
1 3, Will Sherwood 2,
Travon Calloway 2, Seth
Strickland 12, Issiac
Williams 1 1. Totals: 11 3
17-22 48
Baker 70,
Northview 59
The Gators .: I.- on


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Laine



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local's



crew

Special to the News Bulletin
Tom Hammonds Enterprises
LLC hired legendary European
Pro Stocker Tomi Laine as crew
chief for the 2009 NHRA Full
Throttle Series season.
"I have known Tomi Laine
for some time now and have al-
ways wanted him to be a part of
our team," said an elated Tom
Hammonds, president of Tom
Hammonds Enterprises LLC
and driver of the No. 20 Race
for Achievement Chevy Cobalt.
"Unfortunately, the time was
not right because he was with
another team, and he became
available after the 2008 season.
We are fortunate to have him on
board."
Laine, originally from Fin-
land, started his career racing
speed boats the age of 16 and
moved to racing street cars on
drag strips. In 1988, he began
Competition Eliminator before
graduating to Pro Stock in 1991,
where he won two Pro Stock Eu-
ropean Championships and one
runner-up title.'
Laine moved out of the driv-
er's seat because of lack of spon-
sorship and came to the United
States in 1999. He started his ca-
reer as a crew chief with Steve
Schmidt Competition Engines.
Since then, he has worked with
Indicom Electric Company, Greg
Howard, Kenny Koretsky and
2008 NHRA Pro -Stock eighth-
place finisher Greg Stanfield.
Laine said he likes the pros-
pects for Team Hammonds and
is confident the team can be
competitive. ,
"Our goal is to work hard,
be patient to get to the perfor-
mance level we need to be so we
can race on Sunday on a regular
basis," he said.
Hammonds is equally confi-
dent, saying the team worked
together throughout the winter
and made some gains. He said
adding Laine to the program is
a move that will make the team
even stronger and in turn show
on the track.


Sports


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Wednesday, February 11, 2009


BREAK IN THE ACTION: Baker coach Mike Martello talks to his
team during a time-out against Laurel Hill. Below, Crestview
splits a Laurel Hill trap.


ABOVE: Crestview's Shykeem Jackson gets greeted under the
basket by a gang of Hoboes.


Rivalry week at Laurel Hill

Photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill hosted both
of its north Okaloosa County
neighbors in boys basketball
action last week.
The Hoboes fell 51-48 against
Baker on Feb. 3.
LHS dropped a 64-56 decision
against Crestview on Friday.
See more photos from
both games at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


:jLEFT; Crestview's Jaquarius
Morris hangs in the air before
releasing a jump shot.
RIGHT: Stephen Shelley fires off
a shot during Baker's victory
over Laurel Hill.


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
ELKS HOOP SHOOT DISTRICT WINNERS: Pictured from left are Megan Gruenloh,
Pensacola Beach (10-11 girls), Samantha Magouirk, Crestview (12-13 girls),
Hoop Shoot Chairman Jason MacDonald, Cody Perez, Crestview (12-13 boys)
and Tierra Reed, Crestview (8-9 girls).


Local youngsters on target


at Elks district contest


Special to the News Bulletin


The Crestview Lodge's local winners
took home three of six division honors at
the Northwest Florida District Elks Hoop
Shoot held Jan. 31 in Fort Walton Beach.
Cody Perez woh the 12-13-year-old
boys division by edging out Antawn Lewis
of Warrington.
Tierra Reed won the 8-9-year-old girls
division.
Samantha Magouirk captured her
fourth straight district title, this time in
the 12-13-year-old girls division.
Other notables from Crestview:
Kristen Perez finished second in the


10-11-year-old girls division.
Ben Perez settled for second place
after a playoff.
All of the district winners advance to
the regional tourney in Live Oak on Feb.
14. Winners may then advance to the
state, sub-regional and national levels.
The national competition is held at the
Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield,
Mass., where national champs are en-
shrined.
More information is available at
bpoe.org.
The Elks would like to thank all par-
ticipants, their parents and guardians for
their continued support of this event.


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DISTRICT DUAL:
Fort Walton
Beach's
Gabriel
Harrison
(top) wrestles
Crestview's
Anthony
Walker on
Friday in the
112 weight
class during the
1-2A district
tournament at
Fort Walton
Beach High
School.


TIGER

from page B1
about the physical side of
the game during his fresh-
man season, during which
he redshirted.
"It's not always a matter
of how big you are in col-
lege because everyone's the
same size," he said. "It's a
matter of how bad you want
to beat the man across from
you. I've learned as long as.
you have that, you can hang
with the best of them.
"It tookme a little while to
get used to everyone being
the same size and as good
as I am. Once I learned how
to handle that, it became a
better experience."
Sanders is listed as a
backup guard and center
as the Tigers prepare for
spring drills, scheduled to
start next month. He knows
he'll have his work cut, out
for him if he is to work his
way into a starting position.
The players in front of him
are all-conference and All-
American candidates.
He's not backing down.
"(Center) Thomas Austin
and (guard) Mason Cloy are
two great guys and football
players," he said. "I'm hap-
py to be battling for a spot.
'"I expect to see some
playing time in the fall how-
ever things work out."
Sanders believes playing
at Davidson Middle School
and Crestview High School
against the talent in North-
west Florida prepared him
well for-when he finally gets
that shot to play. : ...
"The toughness and
caliber of ball we play here
and being able to play fast
against a lot of people really
helped me," he said. "It has
worked out well."

BRIEFS

from page B1
Senior Night in their season
finale Thursday, i.,-iirr.
scoring from nearly the whole
team along the way.
Josh Rose had 16 points
and Chad Donley added
.14 and six assists, while
Phillip Hills pulled down 11
rebounds for Baker (21-3).
N 9 1224 14 59
B 26 16 18 10- 70
Baker Colton Henry
5, Josh Rose 16, Josh Yost
3, Colten Jernigan 2, Chad
Donley 14, Cameron Davis 2,
Stephen Shelley 9, Chris Jones
2, Jarrod Batson 9, Phillip Hills
6, Brandon Ates 2. Totals: 21
8 4-1.2 70
Crestview 64,
Laurel Hill 56
The Dawgs made an early
lead stand up in the regular
season finale for both teams.
CHS 16 16 15 17 64
LHS 11 18 12.15 -56
Crestview Antryun
Coleman 1 3, Justin Cline
1, Jaquarius Morris 6, Chris
Pickett 12, Cortez Whatley
3, Shykeem Jackson 6, Jordan
Glover 9, Darius Applewhite
10. Totals: 20 3 15-26 64
Laurel Hill Jared
Pickron 2, Buck Baker 4,
Ethan Jackson' 16, Will
Sherwood 4, Seth Strickland
7, Travon Calloway 1, Issiac
W illiams 21, Zessin 1. Totals:
145 13-2056
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SEMINOLE from page B1


RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
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of former Raiders Luke Tucker and Neil
Malpass play for him at FSU.
"We are very excited every time we get
a good junior college player," he said. "This
year, we've got a young man that's catching
for us that we g8t out of Indian River. We've
got a first baseman that played at North
Florida, and a couple of pitchers we have on
our team played junior college baseball.
"We've got good ties with junior colleges,,
and we know in order to continue to be
successful, you have to be able to recruit
good junior college players."
Turning his attention to the 2009 season,
Martin said the Seminoles are young.
"I have a word IWdon't like to use
(when talking about his team), and that is
'patience,'" he said. "We have a young man
from nearby Niceville, Austin Wood, that we
will pitch in our rotation, and he's 18 years
old.
"We have to be patient. We have guys that
have never smelled popcorn from the stands
before, and we average 5,000 (fans) a game.
There will be nights he is pitching in front
of 6,000 to 7,000 people, and it will be a new
experience for him."


idea for the Wild Game Feast came from a
similar event in Marianna.
"It's been a great project for us to support
the college," he said. "We've been sold out
for two weeks, and we should have 350 to 400
people in our tent tonight.
"We cut 25 percent off the top for our
Rotary Club scholarship fund that goes to the
college. And then we give 75 percent to the
(NWF State College) sports program. For the
past two years, they've used the money for
some renovations they've been doing for the
athletic dorms."
Englett said he is proud of the association
NWFSC has with the Crestview Rotary Club.
"It means a lot to our athletic program,
but it means even more to young people
because it helps male and female athletes
go to college and get an education," he said.
"This is just an outstanding event, and it's
one of the events I look forward to every year.
"The Crestview Rotarians do just a
tremendous job. They've always been
tremendous supporters of us. The people
that stand behind this do just a great job, and
it's just a good function."


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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

North Okaloosa
VALENTINE'S DINNER
FUNDRAISER: Saturday at
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, 5984 State Road 85.
Dinner costs $25 per couple or
$12.50 per person and includes
steak or chicken, potato, veggie,
salad, roll dessert and drink.
Live entertainment by
comedian Jerry Clower will be
featured. Kids are welcome to
dine separately. They will be
served a spaghetti dinner at
a cost of $3 per plate. Fun and
games included.
To purchase an advance
ticket, call 398-8446 or 682-2698.
STYLISTS WANTED: Ann
O'Connor of Emerald Coast
Hospice has a huge need for
professional hairdressers
to volunteer to cut Hospice
patients' hair in Okaloosa and
Walton counties.
The group has in-depth
training for anyone who has time
and wants to assist our patients
with this need. If you have any
questions, please call Ann at 689-
0300.
PEOPLE'S MBC BLACK
HISTORY PROGRAM: Sunday
at 10 a.m. Displays, old-fashioned
attire and traditional foods are
planned. Everyone is invited to
attend. Details: 689-3690 or 682-
5733.
LEAVING TO MINISTER
AT FBC OF HOLT: First
Baptist Church of Holt is hosting
an appearance by Stephanie
Leavins at 6 p.m. Sunday. She
will give testimony through
speech and song of God's love
and mercy. Free and open to the
public.
p FREE SENIOR BINGO:
Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m. at the
,Knights of Columbus Hall, 701
U.S. U.S. 90 E. Lunch will be
provided. To make a reservation'
or for details, call 689-2487 or
682-9695.
5K RUN/WALK AT
DAVIDSON: The Davidson
Middle School Relay for
Life Team is sponsoring the
Davidson Dash at 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 21 to raise funds for the
American Cancer Society.


Registration is $20. Entry
for the Kids Fun Run is $10.
All registration funds will be
donated to ACS. T-shirts are
guaranteed to the first 200
entrants in the 5K and first 50
entrants in the kids run.
Make checks payable to
Davidson Middle School, and
mail check and registration to
Davidson Middle School, 6261
Old Bethel Road, Crestview. Visit
www.okaloosa.k12.fl.us/Davidson
to download a form. Online
registration is available at www.
active.com. Pick up packets at
the DMS gym Feb. 20 from 4-7
p.m. or at Bob Sikes Elementary
on race day from 6:30-8 a.m.
The school reserves. the right to
cancel or reschedule because
of unforeseen circumstances.
No refunds. Details: Daniel
Richards at 683-7500, ext. 700, or
richardsd@mail.okaloosa.kl2.
fl.us.
KofC DINNER FUND-
RAISER: Crestview's Knights
of Columbus will host a charity
fundraising dinner Feb. 21 from
4:30-7:30 at the Knights' Hall, 701
E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Spaghetti and meatballs or
chicken fried rice with egg rolls
and salad will be served. Takeout
also is available.
Cost: adults $7, pre-teens $5,
and pre-schoolers free.
EC HOSPICE EVENTS:
Emerald Coast Hospice is
looking for volunteers. Please
contact Ann O'Connor at 689-
0300.
The group will hold a Mardi
Gras Float Contest with the local
nursing homes and will judge
them judging the floats on Fat
Tuesday, Feb. 24.
WALKER ELEMENTARY,
EVENTS include the Feb. 28
Miss Walker pageant fundraiser
for Relay for Life.
FCAT testing will be March
10-19.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
In addition to the classes listed,
the organization is having a 25-
percent-off sale this month on
all First Aid kits in stock. For
details on available kits, contact
Carissa Stanley at 800-773-7620
or stanleyc@usa.redcross.org.
To receive this discount, please
reference discount #02FebO9.


Today Standard First Aid
w/ CPR (adult).
Friday Pet First Aid
Feb..14 and 28 Standard
First Aid w CPR (adult, infant,
child)
Feb. 21 Babysitter,
Training; Standard First Aid w/
CPR/AED(adult, infant, child).
Feb. 24 and 26 CPR
(adult, infant, child)
Feb. 27 CPR/AED (adult)
Feb. 28 -CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES at the Robert
L.F. Sikes Public Library on
Commerce Drive in Crestview
are:,
March 3 Poisonous
Plants of Northwest Florida, with
Larry Williams of the Okaloosa
County Extension Service.
KEY CLUB FUNDRAISER:
The Crestview High School Key
Club will-be holding another
fundraiser for a trip to the Key
Club convention this April in
Orlando. "Big Dawgs" vs. "Little
Dawgs," a faculty vs. student
basketball game, is 2-4 p.m.
March 26 in the gym. Tickets
are $5.
To donate or for details, call
Davison at 689-7177, ext. 5070.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES:
Delivery and booth sales begin
March 6 and continue through
March 22. Boxes are $3.50 each.
Details: 850-434-1333 or
800-624-3951.
NWFSC REGISTRATIONi
For Northwest Florida State
College spring term is now in
progress by Web and in-person
at all six NWF State College
locations. Late registration
continues through March
9 for fast-track session 3
classes. A complete course
listing is available at www.
nwfstatecollege.edu. Details:
689-7911.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crestview
Public Library offers one-on-
one beginning skills computer
tutoring. The one-hour sessions
are especially helpful for senior
citizens who want to learn how
to use the Internet and e-mail.
Appointments are available
Monday through Friday. Come
by the library at 1445 Commerce


Drive (behind the post office)
or call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You will
need a library card to use the
computers. All residents of
Okaloosa County are eligible for
a library card at no cost. Just
bring in a picture ID and proof of
current street address.
TAX FORMS: Free copies
of the most common tax forms
are available at the Crestview
Public Library. (These and other
more specific forms also may
be downloaded free at www.
irs.gov). AARP Tax Aide once
again will be providing free tax
help to low- and middle-income
taxpayers with special attention
to those age 60 and older. Tax
preparation assistance will be
provided on a first-come, first-
served basis through April 15.
during the following hours: 2-6
p.m. Monday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays and 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday.
SENIOR CENTER MUSIC
AND MORE: The Crestview
Senior Activity Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park invites
seniors to join an afternoon of
music from 1 to 4 p.m. every
Friday. Bring your keyboard,
guitar or other musical
instrument. Fun is the key
word. Card and bingo days also
available..For more information
call Estelle at 682-8230.

Miscellaneous
NWFSC HEALTH
PROGRAM FAIR: is Feb.
17 at the Northwest Florida
State College Niceville campus
Building K from 5:30-8 p.m.
Learn more about admissions
to dental assisting, paramedic,
EMT, radiography and both the
associate degree and bachelor's
degree nursing programs.
Details: 729-6400.
ACT/SAT WORKSHOP:
Students can sign up for
this workshop by Feb. 24 in
preparation for the March 14
SAT, April 4 ACT and May 2 SAT.
tests.
The Fort Walton Beach High
School Media Center workshop
dates are March 10, 11, 16 and 17
from 2:15-5:15 p.m.
Niceville H.S. Media Center


dates and times are March 12,
13, 18, and 19 from 2-5 p.m.
Bring a calculator. All
materials snacks and drinks are
furnished. Contact Mrs. Hart at
Amhartl966@aol.com or 615-585-
2401 for details, or visit your high
school guidance department.
BOATING CLASSES:
Monday evening boating
seminars are being held at 7
p.m. Monday nights in February
at the UWF campus on Lovejoy
road in Fort Walton Beach. They
include:
Feb. 16 GPS Usage for
Navigation.
Feb. 23 Rules of the
Road.
Register online at www.uwf.
edu.
Details: 850-315-0686 or 850-
474-2914 or visit www.fwsps.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org for
details on the group's upcoming
events.
Feb. 12, 8 a.m. Volunteers.
for trail maintenance at Ft
Pickens. Details: 850-932-5469.
*. Feb. 13, 8-a.m. hike on the
Dunes on Pensacola Beach with
lunch afterwards. Details: 850-
932-5469.
Feb. 14, 8 a.m. Volunteers
for a bridge project in the
Cimarron section. Details: 682-
6098.
Feb. 16, 9 a.m. Presidents
Day hike at Big Lagoon State ,
Park. Details: 850-477-7043.
ADVENTURE CLUB: For
details on club activities, call
Clarice Hebinck at 850-581-4591
or e-mail her at freklzf00@cox.
net.
Feb. 12, 10 a.m. Bike ride in
the older section of Fort Walton
Beach. Meet at the Fort Walton
Landing Park on Brooks St.
Honcho: Clarice Hebinck.
Feb. 14, 1 p.m. Bike ride
in the Florala/Lake Jackson
area of Alabama. Meet at the
Florala State Park Day Use area
parking lot. Honcho: Clarice
Hebinck.
Feb. 17,3 p.m. Bike ride on
Pensacola Beach. Meet in the
parking area under the beach
ball looking water tower. Supper
afterward. Honcho: Clarice
Hebinck.


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TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
Crestview city council candidates will take the stage from 6 to 7 p.m.
Laurel Hill mayoral candidates will take the stage from 7 to 7:30 p.m.
Representatives from the North Okaloosa Fire District and Citizens Against
More Taxes committee will make presentations from 7:30 to 8 p.m.
A separate space will be provided for voters to meet with candidates
one-on-one.

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City council and mayoral elections: Moderator will provide topics for
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topic.
* North Okaloosa Fire District/Citizens Against More Taxes committee:
Ten-minute presentations followed by five-minute rebuttal periods for both
groups.
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The Crestview News Bulletin invites voters to submit their
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O'CONNOR NAMED
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR


Special to the News Bulletin


Emerald Coast Hospice in Crestview has named Ann O'Connor
as volunteer coordinator. Emerald Coast Hospice serves referral
sources and patients in Okaloosa and Walton counties. Ann will
be actively seeking volunteers throughout the communities
to volunteer for Emerald Coast Hospice patients and in the
administrative areas.
Ann brings to Emerald Coast Hospice more than 15 years
of experience in hospice care. She has been an area resident
for the past three decades. She previously served as a clinical
administrative assistant with another local hospice. She is the,
president of the American Legion Auxiliary in Crestview and is the
treasurer for the ALR at Post 75. She has been active in the Relay
for Life teams for 12 years.


Red Cross funds'running on fumes'


Charity seeks donations after rash of house fires


Special to the News Bulletin

In the last month, the American
Red Cross has responded to eight
house fires in the region that cost
$6,681. Each of the families affected
by these fires needed emergency
housing, food and clothing.
"The American Red Cross is
running on fumes right now," said
Sheri Frost, CEO for the organiza-
tion's Northwest Florida chapter.
"We provide for the emergency
phase so when we apply funds to
a family disaster our community


knows it is a true emergency. Our
case workers are currently work-
ing with other partner agencies to
start to address long-term needs.
"It's been a long time since we've
seen such a large number of fires in
such a close span. It has required
us to put additional disaster action
team volunteers and caseworkers
on the schedule."
Of the affected families, 13 chil-
dren were affected by the fires.
"Children require a different
level of care," said Ken Cromer,
the disaster director for the charity.


"They need school clothing, toys; in
many cases, they need infant sup-
plies. It's been a tough week for a
lot of people."
To combat the large number of
house fires and drain on the char-
ity's funds, a campaign has been
launched to encourage families to
consider a $5 donation for every
person in the household.
If you would like to help these
families or any others affected by
disaster, please visit www.yourred-
cross.org to make a donation, or
call 800-773-7620.


Lowery named Parthenon Resident of the Month


LOWERY


Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview announced'
Jeremy Lowery was,
. selected Resident of the
Month for January.
Jeremy was born in
Miami on Aug. 11, 1983.
His mother lives in Miami,
and his father lives in
Enterprise, Ala., along


with his three sisters .
He enjoys playing video
games, listening to music
and socializing with other
residents. He also likes
assisting the activity
department by calling,
bingo numbers on bingo
days.
In the past, he enjoyed


putting model cars
together, hanging out with
his friends and playing
basketball. At one time,
he collected rare coins,
watches and basketball
cards. Jeremy's talents
include solving math
problems, socializing and
rapping.


Chamber CALENDAR


Upcoming Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce events:
The Ambassadors
Committee meets at 9 a.m.
Thursday at the chamber.
The Education Committee
meets at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 17 at the
chamber.
The PILOT young
professionals committee meets
at noon Feb. 19 at Coach 'N Four.
Dale Rice of First National Bank
is scheduled to speak.
The Governmental Issues
Committee meets at 8 a.m.
Feb. 24 at the Chamber. Florida
District 1 State Rep. Greg Evers


is scheduled to speak.
The chamber's Texas,
Hold'em and Casino Night
is Feb. 27 from 6-9:30 p.m.
at Foxwood Country Club.
Suggested donation of $100
will reserve a.seat at the Texas
Hold'em table. Suggested,
donation of $50 at the door for all
other casino games. Free casino
play and door prizes all night.
Food and refreshments provided
by Hooters.
The Health and Wellness
Committee meets at 8 a.m. the
first Tuesday of the month at the
chamber.


Members of the Military
Affairs Committee meet at
11 a.m. the second Tuesday of the
month at Ryan's.
The Triple B Blackwater,
Bluegrass and BBQ Cookoffis
March 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in
downtown Crestview.
A grand opening date for
the new chamber building could
be announced as early as next
month.

For details on any Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce
activities or to join the chamber,
call 682-3212.


BBB: Taxpayers beware of refund anticipation loans


Special to the News Bulletin

Tax season is here, and some
taxpayers are growing impatient,
especially because our country is
facing tough economic times. Many
are turning to tax preparers who
offer Refund Anticipation Loans
(RAL), essentially an advance for
the amount of your refund.
RALs might be a good source,
of instant cash, but they come at a
high cost.
RALs are short-term, high-in-
terest loans granted by some tax
preparers. The loan is repaid when
the consumer's refund is received
from the IRS. TheT National Con-


summer Law Center (NCLC) found
that the effective annualized rate
for a RAL can range from about 50
percent to nearly 500 percent.
"Refund Anticipation Loans are
more prevalent now than ever,"
said Norman Wright, president and
CEO of the BBB serving Northwest
Florida. "What's troubling about
these loans is that they accrue
extremely high interest rates, and
lenders often fail to disclose terms
and conditions of the agreement,
including no restrictions on inter-
est rates."
Before agreeing to an instant
refund, do the following:
Consider e-File and direct de,-


posit: It's the fastest and most se-
cure way for consumers to receive
refunds. Taxpayers can have their
money in as little as 8 to 15 days.
Don't fall for the "convenient"
debit card: These cards are anoth-
er way for tax preparers to make
money. The debit card often in-
cludes hidden fees, and some have
limits on how much money you can
access at one time.
Finance purchases other
ways: If consumers are looking
to purchase specific high-priced
items with their refunds, BBB en-
courages financing options other
than RALs, such as store credit
promotions and offers. I


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The way to one's


heart is truly


through the stomach


Lisa Calhoun
Okaloosa County Extension
With Valentine's Day
right around the corner,
many of us are thinking
of ways we can shower
affection on our loved ones.
Why not start by caring
about their health?
Make these changes to
your meal preparation to
show you really care.
Replace refined
breads with whole
grains. Making this small
change will increase fiber
consumption and help
you feel full longer. Some
whole grain breads even
have a nutty taste. The
newer varieties of whole
wheat pastas might be
indistinguishable from
your regular brand.
Spotlight vegetables.
So often we plan meals
around meat and add
.a vegetable as an
afterthought. Choose
at least two veggies for
dinner and cook enough for
leftovers. Let the veggies,
not the meat, dominate the
plate.
Read labels. Read
beyond the claims made
on the front of the package.
Low-fat products tend
to have more sugar and
sometimes more sodium.
Check the serving size.
That small bag of cookies
might be two servings
instead of one. Look at the
list of ingredients. The one
listed first is used most.
Beware of spreads
and dressings. Don't
forget the low-calorie
"heart-healthy" spreads,
along with olive oil and
margarine, do have calories.
Here's a tip for cutting
back on the salad dressing:
Instead of drowning your
salad with dressing, put it
in a separate small bowl
and dip your salad in, just
getting the dressing on the
tips of the salad or tines of
the fork.
Sneak in fruits and
vegetables. Top cereal
and yogurt with fruit. Add
some raisins or finely


UPCOMING
EVENTS:
Eco-Nomic
Living Expo,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Feb. 21, Northwest
Florida State Cojlege.
Integrated
Pest Management
Update 2009, 8
a.m. to noon March
4, Agricultural
Center, 5479 Old
Bethel Road
Tomato
Seminar, 9 a.m.
to noon March 26,
Agricultural Center,
5479 Old Bethel
Road.
Bugs and Rot
Again! 9:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. March 30,
Agricultural Center,
5479 Old Bethel
Road.


chopped apple to hot cereal.
Toss some peas or mixed
vegetables in brown rice, or
add some chopped spinach
to a meatloaf recipe. Just be
creative!
Don't drink your
fruit. Fruit juice is OK, but
did you know the fiber is
lost in juice? Chances are,
you're also consuming more
calories in juice than the
'fruit. Another great reason
to eat the whole fruit!
Explore. Don't get
stuck eating the same
'foods over and over. Try a
different cut of lean meat
or fish. Maybe you've
discovered a new whole
grain cereal or rice variety.
Take advantage of seasonal
produce for your waistline
and pocketbook. You, might
' find yourself trying, and
enjoying, a veggie you've
never heard of!

Lisa Calhoun is the
Family Nutrition Program
Coordinator for the
University of Florida/
IFAS Okaloosa County
Extension


BBB: Scammers



posing as magazine



sales solicitors


Special to the News Bulletin

The Better Business
Bureau serving northwest
Florida has received reports
from local law enforcement
of numerous scammers
posing as magazine sales
solicitors.
To date, three busi-
nesses have been identi-
fied operating in northwest
Florida: Great Lakes Circu-
lation Inc., LLS (Lonestar
Subscriptions) and Flord
Agency. All three of these
businesses have an F rating
from BBB.
The name of the business
isn't as important as the
methods employed. Most
companies use young solici-
tors who show up on your
doorstep with stories about
how you can help them
avoid inner-city troubles by
buying their product. They
often claim they were hired
so they can "stay off the
street and avoid gangs and
drugs" or "earn a college
scholarship."
The cause sounds ad-
mirable. They appear to be
hard-working.
But BBB advises you
to consider the following:


The National Consumers
League estimates 50,000
children nationwide are
involved in traveling sales
crews selling consumer
items door-to-door and on
street corners. Youth groups
are transported hundreds
of miles from their homes,
often across state lines. Un-
fortunately, many of these
young people are victims.
Traveling crews are among
the worst jobs available for
youth and can constitute a
dangerous environment.
Many of these groups
are for-profit operations
that keep your "donation"
or "subscription" and do not
pass it along to any char-
ity, community group or
publisher. The youths are
taught to use high-pressure
appeals and live out of vans
and hotels, often making
little or no money.
There are legitimate
youth fundraisers. How-
ever, the next time a youth
sales crew appears on your
doorstep, BBB suggests
you ask for the name of the
organization and other de-
tails. You also might want to
inquire about the welfare of
the young "worker."


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FLORImDA interest in the surplus
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2008 CA.000264 owner as of the date of
S DIVISION. the Lis Pendens must
S FARGO BANK, file a claim within sixty'
S FARGO BANK, (60) days afterthe sale.


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Americans with Disa- IN THE CIRCU
abilities Act, persons COURT OF THE F
with disabilities need- JUDICIAL CIRCU
ing special accommo- AND FOR
dation to participate in OKALOOSA
this proceeding should COUNTY FLORI
contact Court Adminis- CASE NO.
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 09-CA-393-C
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,.' -393-
32579; telephorte num- KHADER DAOUD,
ber' (850) 651-7497, Plaintiff .
prior to the proceeding.
02/11/09 vs.
02/18/09


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


WITNESS MY HAND TO: JUANAT. COLE
and the seal of this
Court on February 4, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
A TENER 2009. 'a Petition for Dissolution
A. TENER, Don W. Hovward of Marriafe has been
Clerk of the Circuit filed against you.
Court


You are required to serve
-NOTICE OF FORE By:Beth McDoanald a copy of your written re-
CIOSURE SALE Deputy Clerk C sponse, if any, on
AL publish in Crestview Petitioner's attorney, R.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY, News Bulletin Scott Whitehead, P.A.,
GIVEN ant F Invoice To:: Florida De- whose address 4507.
Gnal Jpursuant to aM- fault Law Group, RL. Furling Lane, Suite 209,
nal Judgment of Mort- RO. Box 25018 Destin Florida 32541 on
dated February 03, Tamp a,' Florida or before February 20,
2009 and enter rd 33622-5018 2009,a nd file the origi-
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Case N o. 2008 A" NMNC-FNMA-R-khart- court either before serv-
000264 S of the Circuit
Court of the FIRST Ju- maier ice on Plainiff's attorney
dicial Circuit in and for'Se Americans with or immediately thereafter.
OKAl OOSCircuitA and for Disablilities Act Otherwise, a -final hear-
Florida where ouin tyWEL IMPORTANT ing will be scheduled in
Florida wherein WELLS this matter for the relief
FARGO BANK, NA, is Inaccordance with the demanded in the petition.
the Plaintiff and LAW- Americans with. Disa- The Notice of Action
RENCE A. TENER; abilities Act, persons shall be published once a
GAYE L. TENER; a re with disabilities need- week forfour (4)consec-
t e Defendants, I will ing special accommo- utive weeks in the Crest-
sell tothe highest and dation to participate in view News Bulletin.
best bidder for cash at this proceeding should
N FRONT OF CLERK'S contact Court Adminis- Dated January 9, 2009
SHALIMAR ANNEX at tration at 101 James
11:00AM, on the 9 day Lee Boulevard East, DON W. HOWARD
of March, 2009, the fol- Crestview, FL, Clerk of'the Circuit Court
of March, 2009, the fol- bed 32536-3515; telephone ByL Viki Jackson
lowing described prop- number (850) Deputy Clerk
arty as set forth in said 689-5000, Extension
Final Judgment: 7497, prior to the pro- 01/28/09
COMMENCE AT THE ceeding. or Shalimar 02/04/09
SOUTHEAST CORNER (850)651-7497 02/11/09
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be either dead or
and' all unknown
devisees, grantees
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North 140 yards; thence
run West 140 yards
DA back to the Point of Be-
ginning. LESS AND EX-
CEPT those certain par-
cels that 'have previously
been sold as recorded in
O:R. Book 97, Page
357; .O.R. Book 97,
Page 359; O.R. Book
201, Page 391; O.R.
SR.,a Book 203, Page 1 and
rson, O.R. Book ,880, Page
,,her 401, of the records of.
un- Okaloosa County, Flor-
isees, ida.
or any has been. filed against
g n, you in the Circuit Court in
iNAH the Fist Judicial'pircuit in
.VAN- and for Okaloosa
n nat- County, Florida and you
wn to are required to serve a
alive, copy of your written de-
heirs, fenses if any to: JASON
, as- R. MOULTON
r ar Attorney for Plaintiff
par 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
ough, Crestview, Fl 32536 on
er' or before March 6, 2009
and file the original with
ION the Clerk of this Court at
the Okaloosa County
TATE, Courthouse, Crestview,
iNAH Florida either before serv-
.VAN- ice on Plaintiff's attorney
natu- or immediately thereafter,
wnto or a default will be en-
alive tered against you for the
heirs, relief demanded in the
sh as- Complaint or Petition.
other Don W. Howard
ains CLERK OF COURT
gainsBy: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
01/28/09 .
D that 02/07/09
title 'to 02/11/09
rty in02/18/09
Flor-

land Legal # 100499 .
n the IN THE CIRCUIT
of the COURT OF THE FIRST
of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
er of AND FOR
hip 3 OKALOOSA
West COUNTY, FLORIDA
ly de- CASE NO.
tegin- 09-CA-394-C
said KHADERDAOUD, .
Plaintiff,
g vs.

JOHN E. PRYOR, a
known natural person not
_E known to be either dead
or alive, and his un-
known heirs devises,
grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
himi; and OPAL PRYOR, a
known natural person,
not known to be either
dead or alive, and her
inknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by,
through, under, or
against her,
Defendants

TO: JOHN E. PRYOR and
OPAL PRYOR, known nat-
ural persons, not known
to be either dead or alive
and all unknown heirs,
devusees, 9rantees, as-
signs, creditors, or any
other parties claiming by,
though, under or against
them
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title to
the following property in
Okaloosa County, Flor-,
ida"
LOT 3, BLOCK 57,
TOWN OF CRESTVIEW,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
72, IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT, OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you in the Circuit Court in
the First Judicial Circuit in
and for Okaloosa
County, Florida and you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses if any, to JASON
R. MOULTON Attorney


for Plaintiff 660-A N. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, CUIT, IN AND FOR
FI 32536 on or before OKALOOSA COUNTY,
March 6, 2009 and file FLORIDA FILE NO.
the original with the 08-CP-1435 DIVISION
Clerk of this Court at the PROBATE
Okaloosa County Court-
house, Crestview, Florida IN RE: ESTATE OF
either before service on NELL WADE SHEEHAN
Plaintiff's attorney or im- Deceased.
mediately thereafter, or
default will be entered NOTICE TO CREDI-
against you for the relief. TORS
'demanded in the Corn- T
plaint or Petition. The administration of
the estate of Nell Wade
DON W. HOWARD deceased, whose
CLERK OF COURT date of death was Sep-
By: Kitty Sims tember 14, 2007 is
Deputy Clerk pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
01/28/09 County; Florida, Pro-
02/04/09 bate Division, the ad-
02/11/09 dress of which 101 E.
02/18/09 James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, Florida
Legal # 100501 32526.The names and
addresses of the per-
IN THE CIRCUIT sonal representative
COURT OF THE and the personal
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- representative's attor-
CUIT IN AND FOR ney are set forth below.
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO. All creditors of the de-
08-CP-1399 cedent and other per-
ESTATE sons having claims or
IN RE:ESTATE OF:, demands against
LEON RAY decedent's estate must
BURDESHAW, file their claims with this
Deceased. court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
NOTICE TO CREDI- DATE OF THE FIRST
TORS PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
The administration of
the estate of LEON RAY ALL CLAIMS NOT
BURDESHAW, de- FILED WITHIN THE
ceased, is pending in TIME PERIODS SET
the Circuit Court for FORTH IN SECTION
Okaloosa County, Flor- 733.702 OF THE
ida, Probate Division, FLORIDA PROBATE
the address of which is CODE WILL BE FOR-
101. James Lee Boule- EVER-BARRED.
vard, East, Okaloosa
County, Courthouse, NOTWITHSTANDING
Crestview,' Florida THE TIME PERIODS
32536. The names and SET FORTH ABOVE,
addresses of the Per- ANY CLAIM FILED
sonal Representative TWO (2) YEARS OR
and of the Personal MORE AFTER THE
Representative's attor- DECEDENT'S DATE
ney are set forth below. OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per- The date of first publi-
sons having claims or cation of this notice is
demands .. against February 11 2009
decedeit's estate, in-.
eluding unmatured, Attorney for Personal
contingent or unliqui- Representative:
dated claims, on whom Viki Levy Eskin
a copy of this notice is Florida Bar No.
served, must file claims 0896357
with this Court WITHIN Levy & Associates, RA.
THE LATER OF 3 1732 N. Ronald Regan
MONTHS AFTER THE Blvd.
DATE OF FIRST PUB- Longwood, FI 32750
LOCATION OF THIS Te I e p h o n e
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS 407-321-4844
AFTER THE DATE OF Fax 407-321-1494
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON Personal Representa-
THEM. tive:
Penelope Sheehan
All other creditors of 113 B: Short Street
the decedent and other Snohomish, Washing-
persons having claims ton
or" demands against
decedent's estate, in- 02/11/09
eluding unmatured, 02/18/09
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
their claims with the
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE Legal # 100505
DATE OF THE FIRST Legal # 100505
PUBLICATION OF IN THE CIRCUIT
THIS NOTICE. COURT OF THE
ALL CLAIMS AND OB- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-'
JECTIONS NOT SO CUlT O
FILED WILL BE FOR- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
EVER BARRED. m ,,,,,,


AILEEN PATE
Personal Representa-
tive
1413 28th Street
Nicecille, Florida
32578
MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ.
POST OFFICE BOX
.947 '
NICEVILLE, FL
32588-0947
850-729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney for Personal
Representative

02/11/09
02/18/09

Legal # 100503
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE


CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 46-2008-CA-1941
S DIVISION
PHH MORTGAGE
CORPORATION F/K/A
CENDANT MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION
D/B/A PHH MORT-
GAGE SERVICES,
Plaintiff,

vs.
lAU MOC TRAN, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE.

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated February 04,
2009 and entered in
Case No.


46-2008-CA-1941 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein PHH MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION
F/K/A CENDANT
MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION D/B/A PHH
MORTGAGE SER-
VICES, is the Plaintiff
and MAU MOC TRAN;
TOT THI LE; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 11 day
of March, 2009, the fol-
lowing described propp
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 4, HOUSTON
MANOR, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGES 57
AND 58, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS, OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA,, .
A/K/A 503 SULLIVAN
STREET, FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL
32548
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the -sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60), days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and, the seal of this
Court on February 5,
2009.


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Legal # 100506
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-003983
DIVISION
WASHINGTON MU-
TUAL BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRADLEY M. FENN, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated February 04,
2009 and entered in
Case No.
46-2008-CA-003983 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein WASHINGTON
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Plaintiff and BRADLEY
M. FENN; ROBBIE
FENN; are the De-
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the highest and best
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CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
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SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
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2009, the following de-
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week with benefits. Ex- i 1 1BED/1BATH 700
perience in plumbing, SQ. FT. $425 IN-
SR, painting, electrical, TERIOR UNIT TRIPLEX
and carpentry needed. Yi. 305 WALNUT AVE -.
Drug free workplace. 2BED/1BATH 900
Valid .dr. license & BUSINESS & FINANCIAL SQ FT. $500 END
transportation required. 5100 Business UNIT TRIPLEX
Some travel required. 5 100-usiness 0 309 WALNUT AVE-
Equal Opportunity Em- Opportunities
Equal Opportunity Em- 5110- Money to Lend 2BED/1BATH '- 900
ployer. Call SQ. FT. $500 END
-85.0-68.9-2272, 'jtS ^ UNIT TRIPLEX
TDD/TTY 711 0 5332 VERNON TAY-
r r eLOR RD- 2BED /1
Driver Trainees 10BATH 896 SQ. FT. -
Needed No CDL? No 100% Recession Proof! $550 BAKER 1ST
Problem! Earn up to Do you earn $800 in a MONTH'S RENT FREE
$900wk. Home week- dayes 25Local Mda 422 SPRING ST -
ends w/TMC. Company chines and Candy 3BED/2BATH 1,086
endorsed CDL Training. $9,995 (888)629-9968 SQ. FT $625 1
180 B02000033 Call us: MONTH'S RENT FREE
1-866-280-5309 We will not be under- 0 2464 KINGSTON RD
EARN $1000 ld!arty interested in -3BED/1.5BATH- 1,080
$3200/mo acquiring convenience BASE PAINT DISCLO-
drive new cars w/ads. store snack food vendor SURE
www.AdCarJobs.com route in Florida Panhan- 0 440 APPLE DR -
die area. Please call 3BED/2BATH 1,094
Other 850-758-1020 SQ. FT. $725 NEW
PAINT
Nursery 152 SWAYING
Attendentr y .- PINES. CT -
Attendent 3BED/2.5BATH 1,309
To work with children SQ. FT. $750 1
0-4yrs. Sunday 8:30 MONTH'S RENT FREE
am-noon. Baker UMC. 8 TO MILITARY ,
$9 hr. 850-341-8204 5365 MONTERREY
SALESPERSON RD 3BED/1.5BATH -
WANTED:P Should A ATFRRENT 1 ;721 SQ. FT. $795 -
WANTED: Should REAL..E..ATE F .R REFF1|2 OFF FIRST & LAST
have 3-5 years'expn- OFF FIRST & LAST
have 3-5 years expc en- 00 Basmers' MONTH'S RENT
ergetic, paid by con-. Commercial 0 5720 REINKE DR -
mission, fax resume to 6110-Apartments .3BED/2BATH 1,253
850-234-7848. 120 Beach Rentals SQ. FT. $795. 1
6130- Condo/useownhouse MONTH'S RENT FREE
6150 Roommate Wanted 210 FELDON DR -
6160 Rooms for Rent 3BED/2BATH 1,156
4130 6170 Mobile Home/Lot SQ. FT $800 PETS
0100 Out-of-Town Rentals WITH APPROVAL
$600 Weekly Poten- 6190-Timeshare Rentals 0 118 CAMPBELL DR -
tial$$$ Helping the gov- 6200 Vacation Rentals 3BED/2BATH 1,207
ernment PT. No Experi- SQ. FT. $800 PETS
ence. No Selling. Call: WITH APPROVAL
(888)21 3-5225 AdW 50 ABBEY ROAD-
Code:M | 6100, 3BED/2BATH 1,165
Colonial Life seeks an Crestview SQ. FT. $825 1
entrepreneurial pro- Office Space MONTH'S RENT FREE
fessional with sales ex- Eight offices now avail- 2861 AIRPORT RDn
perience to become a able in McLains Office 4BED/1.5BATH 1,786
District Manager. A Plaza. Rental rate in- SQ. F $850 -LEAD
Life/Health license is cludes utilities, corn- BASE PAINT DISCLO-
required. Substantial mon area and mainte- ISURE
earnings potential. nance. 682-0791 2834 ATOKA TRAIL -
mPleaseth .brewercontact: Professional Office 4BEO/2BATH 1,953
meredith.brewer@ building for Lease SQ. FT. $895 1
coonalle.424-5697co or call 1000sf. 101 Duggan MONTH'SRENTFREE
(904)42456 Ave. (Next to Eglin 0 1217 PALMER DR -
FCU) Call 621-0046 3BED/2BATH 1,600
SQ; FT $895.- 1ST
MONTH'S RENT FREE
6110 3BED/2BATH, 1,436
INTERVIEWNOWI 1 mo Free Rent! wSQFT- $900 PET'S
WITH APPROVAL
Monster Match Crestview- 2br, 1ba, 0 324 LAKEVIEW DR -
quiet, gated, No pets 3BED/2BATH 1,088
assigns a professional $575mo / $55Qdep, 12 SQ. FT. $900 ALL
to hand-match each mo Ise req. 585-6985 APPLIANCES INCLDED
job seeker with each Bank Foreclosures! 4 248 LIMESTONE CIR
employer. Br $25,000! Only $225/ 3BED/4BATH 1,866
Mo! 3 Br $12,500! Only SOQ FT. $995- NO
This is a FREE Service! $199/Mol 5% down 15 PETS ALLOWED
years @ 8% apr. for 0 1305 JEFFERYSCOT
Monster Match is your listings (800)366-9783 CT -1 3BED/2BATH -
onster Match is you ext5669. 1,613 SQ. FT. $1,000
free, one-stop job- -PETS W/ APPROVAL
search resource. With T* 5121 WHITEHURST
our extensive contacts, N W TmllA LANE 4BED/2BATH -
we can show your .L 1,836 SQ. FT. $1,000
job seeker profile 'to ALL. APPLIANCES IN-
hundreds of top local Crestview 2BR/1BA CLUDED
employers in 300 jeiob $550. mo $550.dep no 122 NICOLE LN -
p tye s fn pets c all 398-5757 or 4BED/3BED 1,912
categories. Let us find 420-1517 SQ. FT $1,000 1ST
you a job that matches MONTH'S RENT FREE
your skijis, experience T. IA 228 RIVERCHASE
and preferences. m' iuflb [i BLVD- 4BED/2BATH-
.-.:.. ... HC&rion-HW 2,555 SQ. FT. $1,095.
apts 209 BentCre 1/2 MONTH'S RENT
INrERVIEW NOWr Crestview- 2Br, 1Ba, FREEO N
fo the r.-l.)w;ng Downtown, WS&G in- 2789 KEATS DR -
positons cEluded. $475 mo 5BED/3BATH 1,869
i...e p682-8483 or 865-3421 SQ. .FT. $1,100 1/
SDental Crestvlew Bent Creek OFF 1st MONTH'S
-(Job Code 55) Apts II Vouchers Ac- RENT DN
"' cepted. Rental assistance S 5262 CLINT MASON
M.-ia,-l ";,..rm,,, ay avail. 1 & 2 BR RD 3BED/2.5BATH -
..b.:o.de- 5 wHC&rion-HCaccessible 1,878 SQ. FT $1,100
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. PETS WITH AP-
Medical Records Crestview, FL Call s850 PROVAL
(Job Code 58) 682-5563, TDD/T-TY 1235 GABRIELLE
S711. Equal HousingOp- DRIVE 3BED/2BATH
MedicalTechnidans portunity 1,758 SQ. FT.- $1,125-
MedowEeran OLARGEportunity FENCED IN
,C (Job Code 56) Crestview I & II BACK YARD
M ah s .Apartments 0 411 SWIFT FOX RUN
Medical Therapits 4BED/3BATH 2,282
(Job Code 53) Now accepting applea- SQ. FT. $1,200 NO
tons for 1 & 2 BR HC & PETS ALLOWED
Nursing nen-HC accessible apart- 4595 DURBIN LN -
*NursiJ-ng ments for the elderly and 3BED/2BATH 2,427
(Job Code 52) the disabled. Rental assis- SQ FT $1,650 -NO
tance may be available. PETS ALLOWED
Pharmacy Call 850-682-5149, For farther information
(Job Code 54) TDD/TTY711. 1450 For to onrin
Coremo Drive, Crest- ond to opply onlne,
view, FL. Equal Housing please visit our website
Go to www.Emerald Opportunity. of: www.cburpm.com
CoasUobsWest.com Crestview I & II Crestview (North
or'call us at Apartments Crestview) Clean 2BR,


866-374-1549 Now accepting appica- $500/mo + $500 dep
-3Now accepting applica- Call 682-0470
and use Job Code tions for 1 & 2 BR HC &
listed above to non-HC accessible apart- Crestview
letements for the elderly and Highly
complete yourjob the disabled. Rental assis- Desireable
seeker profile tance may be available.
Call 850-682-5149, Grandview
TDD/TTY 711. 1450 Heights
4W b-n- monster" Coremo Drive, Crest- 3br 2ba fenced yard,
.............. view, FL. Equal Housing most apple, hardwood
Opportunity. floors, new carpet, beau-
Aserviceof the Crestview Inn tiful landscaping & utility
CrestviewNew letin Motel $35 d $165 WK, shed. Pets OK w/appr.
APT $190 Wk. $575 4 $850/mo + $850 DD.
wk.Call 682-4466 301-659-7777.


6140



Crestview Small IRE L. ESATE FOR SALE O
2BR/1 BA 609 E. Chest- 4r
nut Ave. $395. mo De- 7100- Homes B.
posit & Lease Re- 7105 Open Houses C
quired. Call 978-6305 7110 Beach Home/
Property
Crestview 7120 Commercial 0
2/1 Dple 7130- Condo/Townhouse
S Duplex 7140 Farms & Ranches 31
freshly painted, $600 7150- Lots and Acreage di
mo, $600 DD, pets ok 7160- Mobile Homes pi
with additional deposit, 7170 Waterfront o0
682-7731 Mon-Fri 7180 Investment 68
Property
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba 7190-Out-o-Town
home. ONLY $800 mo! Real Estate
Call Jenny at Pelican 7200 Timeshare
Real Estate 315-0972 F
Crestview -
3/1 Duplex oo7100
New carpet / freshly I
painted, $700 mo, $700 6Br 3Ba Foreclosure!
DD, pets OK with addi- $29,900! Only
tional deposit, 682-7731 $238/Mo! 5% down 20
Mon-Fri years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4 S
iew- Best DealBr $326/Mol for listings S
Crestview- Best Deal (800)366-9783 ext 5760- 16
in Town! New 3br, 2ba, ti
2 cg, quiet cul-de-sac $
$795 mo+dd. Call 850
305-8039 NfW WAi Y

NIN WO AY Behind on Payments?
EW *f Facing Foreclosure? N
We buy houses. Call yi
Crestview 850 537-9587 p
First Month &
First Month Big Lot Smallest C
Free Rent Price 12 acres -just (t
4BR 2BA, 1/2 acre, $99,900. Best neigh- w
fenced, small pet ok, borhood in Tallahassee ci
$750/mo. 5582 Galaxy area Rare spacious V
Dr. Openr house, inside country living close to C
yard sale, Fri 2/13 from everything! Great for in
8-2. Call 682-9120 or kids w/horse privileges. la
240-1100. Best Price Ever, A Must st
See. Great Financing o
NfW T(DAy (866)938-1521

Crestview- South of
110. 3br, 2ba, mostly. -I W
tile, Oathedral ceilings,
privacy fence, $750/mo Ft. Walton
+ $750 sd. 850
682-8483 or 865-3421 Kenwo9d
C'view-2BR/1BA refrig-, 602 Mooney
erator, stove, dish-' Road
w a s h e. r Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 8
microwave,W/D $675. ba, 2 cg. Close to
850-259-0267 bases on quiet half 8
acre corner lot. Built a
in 1994, kitchen re- 8
IlCit .A T gently updated with 8
Ilstainless steel appli- 8
dances, corner FP 8
Janet Johnson W/all 'brick hearth,
Relt, i. vaulted ceilings, fresh 8
Realty, Inc. paint, security'sys- s
Equal Housing term, updated elec- 8
Opportunity tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un- 8
682-1800 der roof, chain link 8
back yard perfect for 0
Baker pets. $299,000. Call 0
5804 Buck Ward Rd 850 226-6754
3 br, 2 ba; $795
Crestview Holt 1BR/1.5BA newly 4
Crestview remodeled great rental.
127 John King Rd $60,000. Call 398-5005
3 br, 1 ba; $500
228 Runnymede
230 Runnymede
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595 ..
6018 Sand Hill' Rd Individual wants to
3 br, 1 ba; $725 buy house for invest-
104 Corwin St ment. Call 651-q987
2 br, 2.5 ba, $750 C
133 Swaying Pine Ct. ,
3 br, 2.5 ba, $795
5292 Opportunity Dr -
3 br, 2 ba; $795
2904 Orchidcrest Dr Navarre
4 br, 2 ba $795Waterfront
5255 Sue Cir eron
3 br, 2 ba, $900 2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
4124 Big Buck Trail 2150sf home on large
3 br, 2 ba, $1050 natural lot. 9' ceilings,
332 Peggy Dr separate living & dining
4 br, 2 ba, $1200 ,rooms, eat-in kitchen,
5437 E. Brooke Dr Lg. whirlpool tub and
4 br, 2 ba, $1200 separate shower in
6042 Sand Hill Rd master bath. Beautiful,
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250 quiet waterfront -neigh-
borhood. Priced to sell
aurl at the reduced price of
Laurel Hill $246,350. Call 850
3329 Berrywood Trail 685-8048 leave msg.
3 br, 2 ba, $600
3650 Okaloo Ln
6 br, 3 ba;$900 I
Milligan 2br, 2ba, 7150
2000sf, $900/mo + I0
$925 dep. no smoke/ Crestview- 3 or 6 Acre
pets. Approx. 1 mi. home site hill top
North of Caution Light peaceful setting. Af-
on Hwy 4. 240-0890 fordable private sale.
$16K/acre. Clear Creek
Estates 758-9254
S 6160 Crestview- Indian 8
Roommate to share Trails Subdiv. :on Sen- c
3bt, 2ba, brick house eca Trail, 110'x280'. L
$450mo includes all Call 830-6397
utils & cable. Call
689-8978 Florida Land Bargain
of the Century! 2 acre'
waterfront homesite 6
only $69,900. e
170 (appraised at e
S 6170 169,900). Private, s
Baker -' 3BR/2BA CH gated community with
& A $550. mo. + $550. 2 recreational lakes.
DD Call 537-4380 Municipal water &
sewer. Low taxes. Just.
.f-AV 90 minutes Orlandol
N in TOD Y Excellent financing.
Call now C
(866)352-2249, x 2184. c
Crestview- FLlandbargains.com f
$425mo, $400dd. 3br

Crestview 2'bedroom c
home. No pets $550, 7160 1 n
850-682-1972 14 Payments
Crestview- Remodeled Left! 4
2br, 1ba, Quiet park. Make one and move [
No pets. $450 mo+dd into your own home
850 585-8192 today! 682-4284'
^


Saturday 11-3PM
Sunday 1-3PM
326 Key Lime Place Crestview
1381 SQFT 3/2 $169,900
MLS#506512
Call Patsy Bland @685-5447



Wilson Minger Agency, Inc.


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7160
New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
n all 3 or 4 Bed-
.oms! Rates as low as
75%. No Credit or
ad Credit OK! Call
layton Homes:
50-682-3344
)wner Finance
3r, 2Ba, finished
'ywall, built on
orches. Loaded for
nly $600mo. Call
383-0856 for details.


hoal River Front
6 acre, 1000 ft. Pris-
ne water front prop.
121.5k. 850-622-0975


7190
ow is the time to buy
our Tennessee lake
property. Four seasons
no state income tax.
all Lakeside Realty
188)291-5253 or visit
ww.lakesiderealty-tn.
om .
irginia Mountain
abin, Ready. to move
! .Great views!. Near
irge stocked trout
trm, private, 2 acres,
nly $159,500 owner.
866)275-0442


100 Antique & Collectibles
110 Cars
120 Sports Utility Vehicles
130 Trucks
140 Vans
150 Commercial .
160 Motorcycles
170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
210- Boats
220 Personal Watercraft
230 Sailboats
240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
245 Boat Slips & Docks
310- Aircraft/Aviation
320 ATV/Oft Road Vehicles
330 Campers & Trailers
340 Motorhomes




$2500 Below
NADA




PONTIAC G6
2006
Stylish &
Sporty
45K-miles, 4dr, V6,
AT, loaded, white/
black, 28 MPG,
moon- roof, remote
start, extended war-
ranty, exc cond.
NADA $12,950, ask-
ing $10,500. Call eve-
nings after 5pm
614-633-7822



8120





Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4
2001
9K miles, leather, CD
hanger, moonroof.
oaded! 573-310-3382
Jeep Rubicon
2006
speed manual, 29K mi,
xt war, CD changer, sat-
llite radio, white w/ blk
oft top (619) 204-1406
Looking for
1997 Land
Rover
Discovery Items
Owners manual, tire
over, etc. Any items
or that vehicle would
e considered! A
wrecked one to buy
arts off also! Please
all 864-5745, leave
message if no answer.


8130 ]
Ford F100 '83'
Automatic, 302 engine,
Runs Good $1700
50-682-9779


JfW TODAY

Mazda 1994 Pick-up
oolbox included.
Sharp $1800. 682-4576


8210
14' Fishmarine
Aluminum Boat
8hp Nissan engine,
oot controlling motor,
eats and trailer $2350
50-682-9779


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant fbr
Award Chevrolet, would like
to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


AN AI RCAN R-VOJTION
A ward LZ 7 Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
09CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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MEMBERSHIP SPECIAL
a limited time our initiation fees have been lowered to
$250/single, $500/family

Thomhave, General Manager, of Foxwood Country Club credits community
support for the facilities strength in recent years.
18-Hole Golf Course with 4 Sets of Tees to
accommodate players of all levels.
Driving Range Tennis Courts Well Stocked Pro Shop
Lessons Available Banquet Facility


Our banquet facility can hold 200 people with ease, making it one of the
most popular venues for receptions and meetings in the Crestview area.

Foxwood has 340 members. Great Banquet Facilities.
Home of The Annual Christian Thomhave Memorial Golf Tournament.
Tennis Courts Resurfaced in Nov. 2008.
h Road Crestview, Forida wnW .foxwoodcc.com 682-201


Any purchase of 4-
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Solitaire Diamond,
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Open:
W$500 Wedneaday Sunday
OFF tO a.m.- 6 p.m.
ANY SPA 8522North Ferdon Blvd .
... coupoExp 3/1/09 Crstview, FL
Right next to Lewis & Company

2785 Goodwin Ave.. Crestview, FL 32539 850 8 34A
682-9582

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SUSHI BAR HIBACHI EXPRESS
COME IN AND TRY OUR O One
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Crestview, FL 32536
682-6634


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2511 5. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. THUR. -11 AM -9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
FRI.-SAT.-11AM-10PM } / OtQ 1 .
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for your Hunting or Shooting needs.
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If we don't have it we'll get it!
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4381 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit 6 & 7, Crestview, FL 32539
at Emerald Coast Hospice
we treat patients like family






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