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CRESTVIEW
SOLDIER KILLED
SINIRAQ
Family members of
U.S. Army Specialist
Michael Anaya were
on their way to Dover
Air Force Base Monday
night, to be there when
his body arrives.
The 23-year old son
of Crestview residents,
* Carmelo Sr. and
SCheryl Anaya, died
early April 12 in Bayji,
Iraq, by an improvised
explosive device. The
family was told the
truck he was driving

the IED.





MICHAEL moved
cooking
on the grill and
fighting for his country.
"He knew the risk
and he said that's
what he loved and
that's what his life was
meant for," said Katie
Rowe, who is engaged
to his older brother,
Carmelo Jr.
Rowe said some
family members would
return today, but
Mike's father would
fly back with his son's
body Thursday. He will
be buried locally.
Wendy Victora


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EDITORIAL....................... A6
OBITUARIES........................... A7
SPORTS......................... ....... B1
BUSINESS........................ B3
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Airport activity taking off


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce's Airport Commit-
tee gathered for its first meeting
of 2009 last week and heard from
a trio of interests vested in Bob
Sikes Crestview Airport.

Okaloosa County
Okaloosa County Airports


Director Greg Donovan reported
the runway refurbishment was
completed "under time and under
budget." New runway signage and
lighting are providing increased
safety, Donovan said.,
The airport's master plan is
progressing and will be completed
in January 2010.
And the University of West Flor-
ida Haas Economic Impact Study
is in progress, and will be complet-
ed this summer.


"We want to make sure the pub-
lie understands the economic im-
portance of the airport," Donovan.,
said.
Donovan's office is now seeking
funding for a pair of high-priority
projects. A $3.2 million taxiway re-
furbishment is "the next big proj-,
ect we're aiming for." Donovan
said. He indicated federal stimulus
money is being sought to hind it
A $300,000 high-mast apron
lighting system is ready for grant


APRIL IS CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH


BRIAN HUGHES I Cre't4ew News Bulletin
FIGHTING CHILD ABUSE: Staff members of the Families First Network's Crestview office
erected this awareness display by S.R. 85 Wednesday afternoon. Sitting are Alice
Chesloch, Vicki Ortiz and Cindy Cook. Standing, from left, are Trisha Dees, Carrie
Lawson, Jeanna McBride, Elizabeth Allen, Lindsey McGriff, Lisa Casey, Jennifer
Muhlbach, Autumn Cherry, Michelle O'Connor and Megan Eaton.

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Brian Hughes
Crestyiew New s Bulletin
The staff at the Crestview of-
fice of Families First Network
spent part of their afternoon April
8 blowing up 164 blue balloons
and placing pinwheels by its sign
facing State Road 85.
The balloops represent each
of the children who died in Flori-
da in 2008 because of abuse, team
supervisor Jeanna McBride said.
The pinwheels express hope
that "winds of change" will see
far fewer such needless losses in
2009, McBride said.
The most common cause of
death among the 164 children
was what McBride termed a
"roll-over death." Because many
families do not have the financial
resources to afford a crib or bas-
sinet, adults will take an infant to
bed with them. They can then roll


Citizens tax g
Crestview News Bulletin

It's Tax Day. And it's Tea Party
Day.
The Citizens Against More Taxes
"tea party" is from 4 to 6 p.m. today
in front of the Okaloosa County Vet-
erans Memorial in downtown Crest-
view.
The event announcement en-
courages attendees to "come and
let your elected officials know that


over onto the child and suffocate
it in the night.
The second and third most
common causes of preventable
child deaths are drowning and
"heat entrapment." also called
heat exhaustion. The latter often
happens when negligent parents
leave a child locked in a closed
car when they run into a store
"for just a minute."
To help combat such examples
of child abuse. Families First is
collecting cans for recycling and
will use the money to buy cribs
and bassinets for needy families.
Families First also is distribut-
ing brochures with information
about child abuse and how to pre-
vent and report it.
For more information,
contact the Crestview of-
fice at 850-689-7782, or
stop by the office at
299 Main St.


LEARN
MORE
For more
information,
contact the
Crestview office
of Families First
Network at
850-689-7782,


roup hosts 'tea party' today
you are tired of the waste and abuse creased fire assessment.
at all levels of our government." The group, according to its Web
Similar "tea parties" are being site, will continue to be "dedicated
held across the nation.. The April to improving our 'community by
15 date was selected because it is improving accountability in local,
the day federal income tax returns state, and federal government. We
'are due. In some locales, "TEA" is. promise to work tirelessly to im-
an acronym for "Taxed Enough Al- prove conditions in our community
ready." and (effect) positive change in that
The CAMT initially was formed community."
,in successful opposition to a local. The group's new Web site is www.
fire district's proposals for an in- citizensagainstmoretaxes.com.


approval as well.
While the airport's new fixed-
base operator, Emerald Coast Avia-
tion, was constructing the new fuel
farm, it was discovered that the old
tanks had leaked aviation fuel into
the surrounding soil, Donovan re-
ported.
The previous FBO, Sunshine
Aero, funded clean-up of the site,
which included excavating to a
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City


discusses


response


to NOFD

Brian Hughes
Cretiew Ne" s Bulletin
At its Monday night
meeting, the Crestview.
city council learned the
newly formed North Oka-
loosa Fire District citizens
advisory committee has
requested information on
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment operations.
Mayor David Cadle
reported the committee
wants to meet with Chief
Joe Traylor and the city to
learn more about the city's
coverage area.
"I told Mr. (Danny) Bow-
ers tSr.) that any request for
information about contrac-
tual obligations would have
to come from the North
Okaloosa Fire District,"
the mayor told the council.
I don't think we should say
'no,' but I think everything
should be in writing."
Councilman Chip Wells,
leery of becoming involved
in NOFD's well-publicized
situation, said "I1 don't mind
helping somebody out, but
we need to look at what
kind of help is to be given."
Cadle assured the coun-
cil that any involvement by -
the city and Traylor would
be limited to answering
specific questions received
from NOFD commission-
ers as one governmental
entity to another, and not
making recommendations
or suggestions.
"'1 don't want to be out in
front on this," Cadle said.
"We're just responding to a
request."I
The type of service pro-
vided by the Crestview Fire'
Department south of 1-10
was the apparent scope of
the request.
Wells suggested re-
questing from the NOFD
citizens advisory commit-
tee a description of the
scope 'of their request.
Wells believed the request
was to lend Chief Traylor's
expertise 'in light of per-
ceived issues at NOFD.
'Which is none of our
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News BRIEFS


Few leads in search
for murder suspect
Lawmen have few solid
leads in their search for
Thomas Ford McCoy Jr.,
who is sus-
pected of
shooting

coworker
Friday af-
ternoon.
DeFuni-
THOMAS ak Springs
McCOY JR. police say
McCoy, who
owns his
own beverage equipment
repair company and used to
work at the Coca-Cola Bot-
tling Co. in Valparaiso, fatal-
ly shot Curtis Brown, 38, of
Baker, at.Northwest Florida
State College's Chautauqua
Center.
Brown was a service
repair technician for Coca-
Cola. He was at the Chau-'
tauqua Center to work on
one of the vending ma-
chines.
College employees


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heard a commotion Friday
afternoon in a building on
the campus and went to .in-
vestigate, lead investigator
Jason Barley said. That's
when Brown's body was dis-
covered about 3 p.m. with
two gunshot wounds to his
chest. He was pronounced
dead at the scene.
Since the shooting, law-
men have not only been
searching for McCoy, but
have tried to determine why
he killed Brown.
McCoy and Brown were
coworkers at the Coke
plant, but Barley said the
extent of their relationship
is not known at this time.
Lawmen believe Mc-
Coy could be driving a full-
sized silver Dodge truck
with Florida license plate
L929RF and a decal of his
company's logo across the
back windshield.
Anyone with informa-
tion on the case or McCoy's
whereabouts is encouraged
to contactDeFuniakSprings
police 892-8511.
Dusty Ricketts / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers


CPD officer
unhurt in crash
A Crestview Police De-
partment officer escaped
injuries when his patrol car
collided with another vehi-
cle Thursday night on State
Road 85.
Brian C. Muhlbach, who
is 27, was traveling north on
85 when he saw an accident
on the southwest comer
of the highway's intersec-
tion with Raspberry Road,
according 'to the Florida
Highway Patrol report. He
activated his emergency
lights and tried to make a
left turn.
The officer didn't see a
2004 Ford truck driven by
75-year-old Carl B. Howard
of Crestview and changed
lanes into his path, the re-
lease said. The right front of
his patrol car struck How-
ard's truck. Howard was not
injured.
David Adams of Fort
Walton' Beach said he ini-
tially thought there were
four cars involved in the ac-
cident.


He praised Muhlbach's
actions, saying that the of-
ficer immediately ran over
to the persons involved in
the first wreck and started
trying to help them and to
direct traffic until other of-
ficers arrived.
The patrol car had $5,000
worth of damage. The truck
had $1,000 in damage.
No charges are expected
to be filed, according to the
FHE
This is the FHP narra-
tive of the accident:
"V-1 (Muhlbach) was
traveling northbound on
SR-85 within the right lane.
V-2 (Howard) was traveling
northbound on SR-85 within
the left lane. As V-1 entered
the intersection with Rasp-
berry Road, D-1 observed
a traffic crash which was on
the southwest comer of the
intersection. D-I activated
his emergency lights in at-
tempt t6 make a left turn.
D-1 failed to observe V-2 and
changed lanes into his path.
The right front of V-2 struck
the left front of V-1."
Wendy Victora / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers


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Vehicle clips power
pole along road
The driver of a yellow
Nissan Pathfinder lost con-
trol and clipped a power
pole near the intersection
of Garden City Road and
Lembeck Lane at about 3
p.m. Saturday.
Crews -from the .Dorcas
and North Okaloosa Fire
Departments extricated
both the female driver and
a 10-year-old male passen-
ger from the vehicle. Both
were transported to the
North Okaloosa Medical
Center with what appeared
to be non-life threatening
iIjuries.
Ann Spann. I/ Crest-
view News Bulletin,

Man injured in' crash
near Laurel Hill
Samuel A. Reeves, 29,
of Laurel Hill, was airlifted
to Sacred Heart Hospital
on April 8 after his pickup
truck struck the rear of a
cement truck. He was list-
ed in critical condition'.
According to the Flori-
da Highway Patrol, Reeves
was following Matthew E,
,.Brddley's cement truck
south pon State Road 85
about 5;40 a.m. when Brad-
ley slowed to make a right
turn onto Okaloosa County
Road 2.
Reeves failed to slow
down and struck the right
rear of the, cement truck,:
an FHP.reporit stated.
Reeves suffered "mul-
tiple system trauma," Lau-
rel Hill Fire Chief Jeff Sory
said. Bradley, 49, wasn't
hurt.
The FHP report said
Bradley was wearing his
seatbelt, but Reeves was
not. Alcohol wasn't a factor,
according to the report.
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Crist appoints
Barron's replacement
Gov. Charlie Crist, on


April 8 appointed Fort Wal-
ton Beach attorney John
Thomas Brown to replace
G. Robert Barron as Oka-
loosa County circuit judge.
Brown, 48, was chosen
from -an initial group of
28 candidates to. fill the
vacancy left by Barron's
untimely death in Decem-
ber.
Four of the five finalists
interviewed by Crist's staff
were from Okaloosa Coun-
ty. The fifth was from Santa
Rosa County.
Kelli, Hernandez /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Campbell apologetic
for salary comment
When James Camp-
bell said fellow Okaloosa
County Commissioner
Don Arriunds could "starve
to death" if he was limited
to a commissioner's sal-
ary, he didn't mean it as
an insult to everyone who
makes less, he said Thurs-
day.
"I didn't mean it as a slur
to the people that aren't
making $67,000," Campbell
said. "What I want to do is
apologize ... If it's my mis-
take, I apologize. I didn't
mean it that way."
Campbell, the District 5
commissioner since 2004:
was quoted in Thursday's
Northwest Florida Daily
News 'story *on District
4 Commissioner- Don
Amunds, who since 2006
has split time working for
the Sheriff's Office and the
County Commission. He
resigned his OCSO job on
Monday.
"He'd starve to death on
just/a commissioner's sal-
ary," Campbell said. "I'm
glad he's got a job now."
Commissioners earn
$66,900 this fiscal year.
On Thursday, Camp-
bell said he was referring
only to Amunds and didn't
mean to pass judgment on
workers across Okaloosa.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers


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Nissan Pathfinder lost control and clipped a power
pole near the intersection of Garden City.Road and
Lembeck Lane at about 3 p.m. Saturday.


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Wednesday. April 15, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Students ready to cut 'Footloose


Preview by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Watching a musical theater production
come together is sometimes as exciting as
seeing the show itself.
With less than a week to go before the cur-
tain goes up on "Footloose" at Crestview High
School, the cast of 35 was in the midst of a full
dress rehearsal Friday afternoon.
It was a credit to both the skill of the young
performers as well as the directorial ability of
drama teacher Joe Hernandez.
While the cast performed their scenes, Her-
nandez was seemingly everywhere at once,
calling lighting and sound cues over his walkie-
talkie to his technical crew in the light booth,
advising costumiers, providing notes for his as-
sistant director and helping the set crew.
Stagehands put finishing touches on scen-
ery and moved set pieces around, while on
stage, the show went on.
I was intrigued by the interesting percus-
sion effects that accompanied "Let's Hear it
for the Boy" until it dawned on me it was a
parent volunteer manning a staple gun in time
with the song's punchy rhythm.
Despite these distractions, the performers
impressively maintained their focus.
Costumes covered the floor in front of
the apron. One young thespian frantically
searched the expanse of fabric with a keychain
flashlight. "My shorts! My shorts! Where are
my black shorts? I need them for the gym
scene coming up!" he hissed in a stage whis-
per to a wardrobe mistress.
His shorts located, he took a running leap
toward the stage, missed his target in a'black-
n out and banged his shins on the apron. A brief
moment of agony and he recuperated, appear-
ing in the next scene properly costumed and


HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO: The appearance
of girl-shy Willard (Jason Porrata) causes
the girls to wonder, "Where have all the
good men gone and where'are all the
gods?" From left, Elise Jenkins, Morgan
Gordon, Sarah White and Amanda Pack.


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
I'M FREE!: The cast, led by Jarick Rivers (in coat and tie) and Forrest Jenkins (in T-shirt and
shorts) perform the Act I finale, "I'm Free/Heaven Help Me."

with no sign of having had a mishap.
: Such is the high level of professionalism
Hernandez'expects from his cast.
It is refreshing to see .teenage actors per-
forming the roles of high school kids, Jeremy
Kushnier, who starred in the Broadway pro-
'duction, was 23 when he performed the lead,
role of Ren McCormack. Kevin Bacon, who
played the role in the Herbert Ross film, was .
26. In a show with central themes of teenage
angst and rebellion, you want teens and their
inherent vivacity up on the stage.
The CHS cast is a skillful blend of talent,
including Forrest Jenkins as Ren, Jarick'Riv- HEAVEN HELP ME: The blossoming friendship
ers as the Rev. Moore, Morgan Teel as Mrs. between his daughter Ariel (Amanda Pack)
Moore, Amanda Pack as Ariel, Jason Porrata and newcomer Ren (Forrest Jenkins) worries
as Willard and Kody Lusk as Chuck. the Rev. Shaw Moore (Jarick Rivets), right.
The enthusiastic cast, colorful sets, skilled
directorial staff and a tuneful, upbeat story are Tickets are still available and are $7 for adults
guaranteed to make a lively night of musical and $5 for kids under 10 and seniors. Call 850-
theater. 689-7177, ext. 13640, for reservations.
"Footloose". opens tomorrow night and See a rehearsal photo gallery on our Web
runs through Sunday's afternoon matinee. site, www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Community

Arts

CALENDAR
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Madrigal Singers
& Belle Voci
spring concert
APRIL 16 NWF State
College's Madrigal Singers
and Belle Voci women's
ensemble perform their
annual spring concert.
Next month, the group will
sing in Crestview's sister
city, Noirmoutier, France.
7:30 p.m. Mattie Kelly Arts
Center. Free, no ticket
required.

Family movie night,
APRIL 21 The
Crestview Public Library
presents its next Family
Movie Night at the library,
featuring the endearing
"Because of Winn Dixie."
6 to 8 p.m. at the library;
perfect for families with
elementary and middle
school kids (minimum age
is 6). Bring a picnic supper
and enjoy a delightful
comedy about a girl who
finds a very special dog.
Contact youth services
librarian Heather Nitzel to
register or for information,
850-682-4432.

Dance Facets
APRIL 24 & 25 *
NWF State College
dance students and.
faculty perform original
choreography with brilliant
lighting effects designed
by theater students and'
faculty. 7:30 p.m., Mattie
Kelly Arts Center, $15
adults, $10 youth.
Share your arts and
entertainment event with
the communiity. E-mail
information to brianh@
Screstviewbulletin.com or
call 850-682-6524.


Pleasing the eye andpalette


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Whether you're an en-
thusiast of the visual arts or
the culinary arts, there will
be plenty of both on hand
Tuesday' evening at -the
opening night reception of
.the annual Crestview High
School Art Show.
The reception anid show
will be from 5:30 to 7p.m. in
the school's media center.
On exhibit will be a pletho-
ra of works, including pho-
tography, dimensional art,
paintings, sketches, mixed
media and pastels.
Art instructor. Laurel
Siwicki said to keep an eye
out for works by two CHS
students who recently re-
ceived honorable mentions
in the Van Porter Senior
show. Kerry McVey will
exhibit her digital photog-
raphy and Marissa Christ-
man's mixed media draw-


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
ARTISTS TO WATCH: Look for digital photography by
Kerry McVey (left) and mixed media drawings by
Marissa Christman at the annual CHS Art Show,
opening Tuesday evening.


ings drew praises;
In the culinary arts, di-
rector, Paula Knight prom-
ises an array that will
tempt any palette with Po-
tato pizetta, cheese twists,
leek frittata, Asian crab
salad on wonton crisps,
artichoke puff pastry, Thai


beef salad in cucumber
,cups, BLT on toast rounds,
chpcolate meriingue kisses,
and mini raspberry choco-
late cupcakes and blueber-
ry cheesecakes.
The exhibition and re-
ception is free and open to
the public.


Diamond prepares for concerts


BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin
BUSY SINGER: Montavius
Diamond is preparing for
five area concerts before
joining the NWF State
College Madrigals on
a singing tour of France
next month.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Montavius Diamond is
a busy guy these days. In
addition to wrapping up his
second year at Northwest
Florida State College, the
Crestview student is warm-
ing up his vocal chords for
a series of upcoming con-
certs.
First he'll sing tomor-
row evening with NWF
State College's talented
Madrigal Singers, who will
be joined by the Belle Voci.
women's ensemble in their
annual spring concert of
delightful choral music.
Next month the Madrigals
will sing in Crestview's
sister city, Noirmoutier,
France.
Tomorrow's concert is
at 7:30 p.tn.. at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center. Admis-
sion is free.


Then starting Monday,
Diamond and his 12 fellow
vocalists with the county-
wide Schola Cantorum
(School of Singing) will per-
form the first of four spring
concert performances. The
group is composed of vo-
calists from throughout the
area.
This year's show is'
called "Puttin' on the Ritz"
and will feature a selection
of musical theater and op-
eretta music. Included will
be works by Lionel Bart,
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber,
Gilbert & Sullivan, Mer-
edith Willson and Irving
Berlin.
The opening show on
.Monday will be at 7 p.m.
at the First Presbyterian
Church of Crestview. Ad-
mission is free. Schola Can-
torum is directed by NWF
State College instructor
John Leatherwood.


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Education


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Principal Ed Coleman provided
this report from Crestview High
School.
The Crestview Area Ministerial
Association held a breakfast at the
Bulldog Cafe as part of a process to
select deserving seniors for scholar-
ships..
The school's chapter of the
National Honor Society inducted
3Q new members. The National
Honor Society members, are sell-
ing shamrocks to raise money for
the Muscular Dystrophy Associa-'
tion. The group has raised $230 so
* far.
*The Crestview High School Win-
terguard finished 10th in its division
at the Winter Guard International
World Championships earlier this
month in Dayton, Ohio. The guard
was undefeated and was crowned
open class champion during its Gulf
Coast Color Guard and Percussion
Circuit season.
The school's JROTC program
passed inspection with Honor, Unit
With Distinction recognition for the
15th consecutive year.
The Crestview High School
prom is set for April 25 at the Eglin
Officers Club.
About 100 members of the se-
S nriior class will head to Orlando for
the CHS-senior trip the weekend of


April 17-19.
The .CHS underclass awards
ceremony is at 6:30 p.m. April 28 in
the school auditorium.
The Crestview High School
band has been asked to be a part
of the 33rd Fighter Wing closing
ceremony May 1 at Eglin Air Force
Base.
The CHS senior awards cer-
emony will start at 7:30 a.m, May 18
in the school auditorium.
Allied Health Students have
been taking a CNA class at Parthe-
non Healthcare of Crestview and
passed their Florida State CNA cer-
tification' exam. Two have finished
the class and passed. Four are tak-
ing the class and will begin testing
soon. Two more are scheduled to
take the class this summer after
graduation.
The fourth and final Health Oc-
cupation Students of America blood
drive of the school year will be May 4
from 8 a,m.to2p.m.
The first class of SSTRIDE se-
niors will graduate this year. These
nine young people have worked
hard undertaking a strenuous cur-
riculum, summer, training sessions
and community service projects,
such as assessing blood pressures
at the monthly chamber break-
fasts. '
SSTRIDE and HOSA hosted a
Relay for Life Walk-a-Thon fundrais-
er at the CHS Stadium Tuesday. To
sponsor a student or make a pledge,
contact Mrs. Holmes at 689-7177, ext
3460, or Mrs. Eulanks at 682-2552.
"From the Principal's ffce '
provides updates on schools in
north Okaloosa County.


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CITY from page Al


business," the mayor
interjected.
"I'm not interested in us
making suggestions to that
agency," Cadle said. "Our
place is to answer questions."
In other business, the
council:
Received a presenta-
tion of an audit of city fi-
nances by the firm of Allen,
Yagow & Carr.
"It's a very positive au-
dit report," said auditor
Frank Carr. "Everything
looks very good."
Carr suggested the city
study sewage and water
rates, which haven't been
adjusted in almost a de-
cade, to accommodate
building the new wastewa-
ter treatment plant.
Heard a request by
Donna Miller of Southern
Ventures Corp., represent-'
ing a planned Fairfield Inn
& Suites hotel, to lower or
waive impact fees if her
project was unable to ob-
tain a development order
by the April 24 cutoff date.
City director of Admin-
istrative Services Mike
"Wing, in response to an


inquiry by city attorney
Ben Holley, stated there is
no provision in the impact
fee ordinance to waive the
fees.
"I am also concerned
about setting a precedent,"
Holley said.
The council refused to
act on the request, leaving
impact fees in place.
Heard a report from
Cadle about discussions he
has had with Jobs Plus and
Northwest Florida State Col-
lege about the city co-hosting
jobs fair in June or July.
"I think anything that
the city can do to help out
in this economic situation
can be of some benefit to
folks trying to find jobs in
this area," Cadle said.
The mayor requested
the council's approval to
continue conversations in
, order to gather more infor-
mation. Council president
Bob -Allen also suggested'
the mayor involve the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce.
Coming Saturday: the
State Road 85 meeting.'


AIRPORT from page Al


depth greater than 30 feet to
remove contaminated soil.
Sunshine Aero's found-
er and owner Bob Keller
reported his company soon
will begin construction on
a new hangar to accommo-
date its growing flight test-
ing business. \
"This will be jobs for
the community," Keller
said "The type of'business
we're in is not in a reces-
sion. The flight test busi-
ness is expanding rapidly
for us.
In other matters, Dono-
van said:
The airport will be
represented at national
conferences for business
aircraft and ultralight
owners. /
Warner Robins Air,
Force :Base in Georgia is
a big competitor for Bob
Sikes Airport's, military
contracts -and has an ag-
gressive chamber of com-
merce supporting it. Dono-
van asked local business to
support Sikes Airport's ef-
forts as much as possible.
A new airport advo-
cacy committee was an-


nounced. It will be chaired
by retired supervisor of
elections Pat Hollarn.
. Custom Productions,
a new tenant in the Air
.Park commercial estate
adjacent to the airport,
was introduced. The firm
will build bicycle compo-
nents.

Emerald Coast
Aviation
Jonathan Dunn, presi-
dent of Emerald Coast Avia-
tion, which has been the
airport's fixed-base opera-
tor since the beginning of
the year, reported notable
improvements, made to the
FBO terminal, including a
new pilot's snooze room and
a flight planning room.
"We wanted to attract
more general aviation and
corporate aviation," Dunn
said. "We made it as wel-
coming as possible." .
Dunn noted the new
fuel .farm is "state of the
art," and its entire area
can be sealed in case of an
unlikely fuel spill. It was
constructed and opera-


tional in just 28 days.
The FBO has inaugurat-
ed a new flight school and
will be giving away 10 free
flight lessons worth $155
each at Emerald Coast's
open house on April 23.
The public is invited.
The company created
seven new jobs in Crest-
view, Dunn said, and "all
staff that have any access
to anybody's aircraft have
to go through the National
Air Transport Association's
Safety First course.
"From what people are
saying, they like us," Dunn
said.

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Crestview Aerospace
Last to speak was Bar-
ry Steiner, president of L3
Communications/ Crest-
view Aerospace, the city's
- and county's largest
non-governmental em-
ployer.
Steiner said his com-
pany has room for three
more hangars on its prop-
erty, and hinted there might
soon be need to use some


of that space.
"I think the time is com-
ing when we can talk more
specifically about that,"
Steiner said.
Steiner cited several con-
tinuing projects, including
components produced in
Crestview for Bell Helicop-
ters and modifications to the
C-130, which has been a core
project at Crestview Aero-
space for several years.
The company has also
advanced several contract
bids for aircraft compo-
nent construction for other
manufacturers, he said.
In addition, Steiner
said, the impending arrival
of the F-35 Striker force at
Eglin Air Force Base will
offer the company oppor-
tunities to bid on mainte-
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upgrades for the plane.
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is terrific," Steiner said.
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bringing in other people I.
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Opinion


Wednesday, April 15,2009


HUBBU-B
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.
S Topic: Public meetings scheduled to discuss State
Road 85 access management plan
The best thing to help State Road 85 would have been
service roads with lighted limited access to State Road 85.
And, it should have been done a long time ago. Now, with
Crestview so grown up and everything built right on the
highway, I don't see a way to build service roads.

How about a plan or study to widen 85 and time the
lights so traffic doesn't back up, which would reduce the
amount of time one is in their car and the level of frustra-
tion, which would in turn make driving through Crestview a
drive, not a parking lot. Just wait until the Army gets here.

This is a joke. Closing entrances that are not used will not
reduce accidents. A median at the intersection at PJ. Adams
by Tom Thumb will. It looks like they had enough brains to do
this at the intersection of PJ. and U.S. Highway 90.

They need to make it so you can't turn left into Tom
Thumb once on PJ. Adams. I cringe when I'm sitting at the
light on PJ. Adams waiting when someone decides to go in
or out of Tom Thumb. I've seen accidents and I've seen too
many close calls. How is dosing off the driveways of places
not being used going to help? Just another way to waste
taxpayer dollars without really solving the problem.
Topic: Fbderal stimulus funds headed to Northwest
Florida
These all seem like worthy projects, but why are the
dirt roads that need to be paved in the northern end of the
county not being addressed?.

I bought a brand new home in northern Okaloosa Coun-
ty three years ago, and the roads still have not been paved.
There are hundreds of houses up here that get water to
their door.when we have heavy rains., So much for a "nice"
neighborhood! I will sell ASAP and take the loss;
Topic: Crestview High School boys basketball coach
Brian Humphrey will not return next season.
Coach, thanks-for everything you did for me. The things
you taught me about life and how to compete, although I
was not the most talented player, will never be forgotten.

I saw the team play four or five times last season. I've
watched our baseball team play as well, and I saw almost
every football game. We have good kids but it is obvious
some of our opponents are more talented than our guys.
Nothing wrong with that, but we should really get off our
coaches' backs. I support (CHS Principal Ed).Coleman and
I support Crestview sports, but firing every coach who loses.
a game would be silly. I understand the change in basketball
and wish Coach Humphrey well, but (former CHS stars)
Tom Hammonds or Joe Lawrence aren't walking in the
gym at Crestview
Topic: Preparations for CHS production of "Foot-
loose" kindles memories of CHS theatre's "golden era"
Those were great days! We are looking forward to "Foot-
loose" next week Thankyou (CHS drama teacher Joe)
Hernandez for reviving this awesome program, not just for
our students but for our community

I was in "Guys and Dolls" and "The Pajama Game" in
1984 and 1985 and enjoyed every minute of it. Mr. and Mrs.
Cadle along with Mrs. Reeder made those some of the best
memories from CHS. Please support the productions at
CHS as everyone works so hard to make it a reality. Thank
you to David and Shirley Cadle and to Laurie Reeder for-
helping us make so many great memories in band, chorus,
and drama.

Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Tomorrow is the most important thing
in life. Comes to us at midnight very
clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it
puts itself in our hands and hopes we've,.
learnt something from yesterday."

JOHN WAYNE
(1907-1979)
Screen name for Marion Morrison, Academy Award- and
Golden Globe-winning American actor, producer and director


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PASSING SHOTS


Now is the time to fix the roads!


I had it easy during the recent
flooding in north Okaloosa County.
For starters, our neighborhood
had a foot-wide, foot-deep canyon
across the width of the road in one
spot. Not that it really mattered. We
couldn't get to the canyon because.
of the chewed up muck that cut off
access to the eastern half of our
road. One of my neighbors had to
get towed from the mudk.
. We could backtrack west to get
out of the neighborhood, but first
had to navigate a bumpy path of
potholes, washouts and puddles.
And again, I had it easy.
At least we could get ouL No
real flooding. The road was never'
closed, unlike 70-plus other roads
across north Okaloosa County.
The old cliche says something
about every cloud having a silver
lining. Perhaps the silver lining
from the rain clouds that dumped
about 20 inches of rain on our area,
closed 70-plus roads and caused
"severe damage" to 30 percent of
the area's dirt roads will be a true
emphasis on fixing up the roads in
the county.
No, paved roads won't solve
everything. I spend most of an
afternoon seeking a detour to the
Blackwater Fish Hatchery because
Bryant Bridge Road, a nice, paved
road, was,impassable because of
flooding.
But more paved roads certainly
won't hurt.
Okaloosa County was budgeted
to spend about $13 million on road


and bridge construc-
tion during the 2009
fiscal year. More
than half was allo-
cated for projects in
the northern part of
the county.
KYLE WRIGHT That's about four
KYLE WRIGHT percent of the total
(850) 682-6524 county budget.
For perspective,
that's less than what the county
pays in self-insurance.
For perspective, consider some
estimate about $6 million will
be needed to repair the damage.
caused by the recent storm.
The next county budget process
starts April 28. The next county
budget should include nb less than
$15 million for road and bridge con-
struction.
No, that number didn't get pulled
out of the sky. You can come up
with $15 million for road and bridge
construction without increasing the
overall county budget. All you have
to do is keep the $13 million already
in place for road and bridge con-
*struction and then reduce spending
on unincorporated county parks to
2007 levels. (The $2 million differ-
ence in parks spending from 2007-09
appears to be under the "reserves/
miscellaneous" category on the
2008-09 budget).
Chances are, most people in'
unincorporated areas would pick
a repaired road.over an improved
park.
Chances are, there is even more


money to be saved in other areas.
Here's how to tell your county
commissioner you want more
emphasis on road repair in future
county budgets:
Log on to your e-mail account.
Type in this e-mail address:
wharris@co.okaloosa.fl.us (if you
live in District 1) or broberts@
co.okaloosa.fl.us (if you live in Dis-
trict 3)
Copy and paste this message
into the message area:
"Dear Mr Commissioner,
"I am a concerned citizen
who believes at least $15 million
should be allocated for road and
bridge repair in the next Okaloo-
sa County budget. I would accept
the county spending at 2007 levels
on unincorporated county parks
in order to pay for this increase.
I strongly encourage you to find
additional funding for county '
roads.
"Thank you for your consider-
ation,
"(Your name here)."
And then hit send.
Fifteen million won't fix every
road in one year, and it won't pre-
vent a flood.
But it will make life easier for .
many.

Kyle Wright is the News Bulle-
tin editor. Contact him at 682-6524,
or e-mail kylew@crestviewbulle-
tin.com. Visit the "Passing Shots"
blog at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Letters to the EDITOR


Lehneis family
thankful for support
The Crestview Police
Department issued this
press release:
On behalf of the Leh-
neis family, the Crestview
Police Department would
like to thank the citizens,
of Crestview, Comipass
Bank, Ripley's Appliances
of Niceville and the citi-
zens-of Okaloosa County,
for their support during
this difficult time for Lt.
Eddie Lehneis and his
family..
An account has been
set up to assist the Leh-


neis family at Compass
Bank in the name of the
Lehneis Benefit Fund for
anyone wishing to help
them recover from the
loss of their home and its
contents due to the recent
flooding in our area.

April is Autism
Awareness Month
We are well into April
National Autisrm- Aware-
ness Month
, Autism is more preva-
lent than childhood dia-
betes, childhood cancer.
and childhood AIDS com-
bined!


There are lots of activi-
ties left in the month both
from our ECAS organiza-
tion. (www.ecautismsoci-
ety.com) as well as from
our sister organization,
the Autism Society of the
Panhandle based in Pen-
sacola (www.autismpeii-
sacola.org).
Autism affects several'
thousand families right
here in our Emerald Coast
and ECAS' mission is to
support as many as we
can.
For more information
on ECAS' efforts, please
go to www.ecautismsoci-
ety.com.


David Triana
ECAS PR/Media Man-
ager

Won't vote for
Hughes again
Is paying bonuses even
legal? It seems to me these
are county employees and
it should be in violation of
law to pay them a bonus. I
think my tax money could
be used for better things
(such as paving the road I
live on).
I for one will not vote
for Chris Hughes again.
Larry Nutter
Crestview


Bonus HUBBUB


The Crestview News
Bulletin's article
explaining the signs and
advertisements with-
the slogan, "No More
Christians" was the
most-read and most-com-
mented story of the past
week. FoxNews.com also
picked up the story. Here
is a sampling of the com-
ments:

The;way they tried to
get the public's attention
was uncalled for. If an
unbeliever read those
signs and visited the Web
site, they would most
likely get the wrong idea.
True believers somewhat
understood what they
were trying to do, but I do
believe there were other


ways to get their point
across rather than con-
fusing half of Crestview,
and most likely offending
them as well.

What Mosaic Church
did might be confusing
and somewhat offensive,,
but it's nothing new. The
prophet Isaiah offended
his fellow believers, Jer-
emiah offended his fellow
believers. The apostle
Paul; Peter and even Je-
sus himself offended his
fellow believers.

So what if Mosaic
Church offended other
Christians, You already
believe! You don't need
someone to lead you to
God! These signs Were
I


meant to get the attention
of people who have been
led away from the church
because of the Christian
stereotypes. In my opin-
ion, if they have gotten the
town talking about God
again, and intrigued a few
people to come to church
to see what it's all about,
that's more than most
churches do in a week!,

OK, so you've got their
attention. Now what?

These lame stunts put
on by lame churches are
the result of a generation
of spineless pastors who
are more concerned with
nickels and noses than
simply proclaiming the
word of God in the power


of the Holy Spirit.

The western church is
disgusting in its division
and hatred. Just like Juda-
ism was divided into many
different sects during the
time of Christ, Christians
are divided today. Boring,
powerless and enslaving
man-made ideas. Stick to
the Word. It really keeps
life much simpler than the
western idea of Christ.

At a time when it
seems ANY religion is un-
der attack or scrutinized
by the other religions, it
seems to me that any at-
tempt to get individuals
to think about their reli-
gious well-being is a good
thing.


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Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Community


Crestview News Bulletin | A7


Lillian Marie Fer-
nandes, age 78, of Baker,
passed away Friday, April
10, 2009. She was born on
March 27, 1931 in Baker
and was a lifelong resident
of the area. She was a
member of Westside As-
sembly of God.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Green W. and Nettie
Brunson and brother, Jr.
Brunson.
L Survivors include one
daughter, Diann Geary-
Graf (Ron) of Niceville;
grandchildren; Leroy
and Martha Geary of
Montgomery, Ala.; sister-
in-law, Earldeeri Brunson
of Pensacola; nieces and
nephews, Dan Brunson,
Reva and Cliff Godwin,
Karen and Pat Mobley
and Linda Salzer; angels


William "Fred" Shaw,
age 64 of Holt, passed
away Monday, April 6,2009.
He wag born Feb. 17, 1945
in Lake Charles, La.
Fred was employed
with L-3 Communica-
tions at Hulbert Field and
assisting his wife Jane
at Window Fashions of.
Crestview., "
His father, James Lee.
Shaw and two sisters,
Nita Beth Nyegaard and
Jimmie Lou Worely, pre-
cede Fred in death.
Fred is survived by
his wife; Jane Shaw;.
six children, Anmarie
Osgood, James (Taz) Os-
good, Karen Barger (and
husband Fred), Amanda
Armstrong, Lisa Garrison
and David Garrison (and

Ruby Le
Ruby Lee Robinson, ,
age 69, of Baker, departed
this life peacefully and
went home ot be with the
Lord on Sunday, March
29, 2009. Funeral services
were held Saturday, April
4, 2009 at Lebanon Mis-
sionary Baptist Church
with Pastor Tommie Lewis
officiating and with McKifi-
nie Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Ruby (Jackson) Robin-
son was born and raised in'
Baker. With the exception
of living in Mississippi for
a few years she always
proudly called Baker:
home. She will always be
remembered as a very lov-
ing mother to her children
and a devoted, beloved
friend to many in the com-
munity.
Ruby united with Leba-
non Missionary Baptist
Church at a very early age.
After returning home from
Mississippi she reunited
with Lebanon in 1971 un-
der the leadership of Rev.
EC. Wingate. She served
faithfully in the Lebanon
Senior Choir and any-
where else she was needed
until her illness. Ruby was
known foi; fine cooking.


in our midst, Curtis Jack-
son, Ann Carver, One
Flores, Selma and Cleo
Peacock.
Funeral services were
held at 1 p.m. Tuesday,
April 14 at Westside As-
sembly of God with Rev.
T.V Kolmetz officiating.
Burial followed in Pyron
Chapel Cemetery.
The family received
friends from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the church.
Flowers are appreci-
ated or contributions may
be made to the American
Cancer Society.
Brackney Rmeral Ser-
vice, Crestview, was in ,
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest
book for Lillian Fernandes
online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


wife Jennifer); mother,
Lillie Belle Caskey Shaw;
two brothers; Pudley
Shaw (and wife Shirley)
and Rex Shaw (and wife
Robin); brother in-law.. ,
Mike Carr (and wife Tere-
sa), brother in4aw Frank
-White (and wife Molly);
13 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
A celebration of Fred's
life was held at Sonlight
Covenant Church in
Crestview at 3 p.m. Satur-
day, April 11.
Memories and con-
dolences may be shared
with the family at www.
daviswatkins.com.
Arrangements were
under the direction of Da-
vis-Watkins Funeral Home
and Crematory.

eRobinson
Her potato salad and but-
termilk pound cake will
truly be missed at special
event luncheons.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Roosevelt Jackson and
Hattie Gray Jackson, and
sister Lois Jackson Moore.
Ruby leaves to cherish
lier memories her six chil-
dren, sons, Tyrone (Pat)
Robinson of Middletown,
Ohio, Billy Robinson of
Baker, Jackie Robinson of
Santa Monica, Calif., Kent
Robinson of Crestview
and daughters, Tammy
(George) Nix of Titus, Ala.,
and Carolyn (Kevin) Doan.
of.Orlando Lakes;/a very
special cousins, Juanita
Whitley of Baker; aunts,
Betty (Ted) Williams of
Baker, Geneva Moody of
Oxnard, Calif., Iola Up-
shaw of Panama City and
Edna Evans of Baker;
uncle, Rev. Walter Gray of
Baker; 14 grandchildren,
seven great-grandchildren
and a host of other rela-
tives and friends.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest
book for Ruby Lee Robin-
son online at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


TOPS recognizes

crowning achievement


Special to the News Bulletin

William Groves of Cre;
view became the first Ki]
of Crestview
TOPS (Take
Pounds Off
Sensibly)
Chapter
#796 with
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weight loss. 9 ,
His Maj- WILLIAM
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known as
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Whenever a member
TOPS, reaches his or h
desired goal weight, they b
come a KOPS (Keep Pouni
Off Sensibly). They are give
the responsibility.to encou
age others to be success
in their quest for good heal
"and weight management.
Groves invites anyone
join him at the Valley Roc
Baptist Church every Frida
morning from 9 to 10 a.m.


n For. more information
about TOPS, call 800-932-
st- 8677 or visit www.tops.org.

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Obituaries

Lillian Marie Fernandes


Lisa Calhoun
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Who doesn't enjoy a
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From birthday parties
to school celebrations,
children have plenty of
opportunities to savor
yummy and nutritious
treats.
However, these treats
may bring too much sug-
ar, sodium and unhealthy
fats.
Let's take a look at
what we can do to trim
these treats without feel-
ing deprived.
*, Fruit smoothies are
a powerhouse of nutrients
and flavor. Made with
frozen fruit, milk, yogurt,
and/or juice, children
even ask for seconds. As
an extra treat, sprinkle
a couple of tablespoons
of cocoa powder into the
smoothie mixture and
blend until thoroughly
mixed. Chocolate milk-
shakes have never tasted
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healthy trail mix (watch
out for mixes with added
candy!) for a smooth and
crunchy treat. Mix a fruit
dip by combining vanilla
yogurt, honey, cinnamon
and nutmeg, then give
children fruit kabobs made
with a variety of fruits for
dipping.
Don't forget the veg-
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Serve celery stuffed with
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Muffihs are also a good
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carrot are all good choices
and can be made ahead of
time and frozen.


Consider the time of
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treats made from produce
that is in season. For ex-
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dip for a children's Hallow-
een party. Serve-kiwi for a
St. Patrick's Day celebra-
tion.
Remember; children
like to explore and taste
different foods. Encourag-


ing this early will help them
better make healthy food
choices throughout life
For more information
about Agriculture in Flori-
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yourlife.com
Lisa Calhoun is the Food
and Nutrition Program Co-
ordinator for the University
ofFlorida/IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension.


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UPCOMING EVENTS
Earth Day April .17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at Fort Walton Beach Landing
' .* Walton County Earth Day Festival April
18, 6 to 9 p.m. at Topsail Hill Preserve State
Park
Master Gardener Plant Sale April 18, 8
a.m. to noon, Northwest Florida Fairgrounds
Plant Clinic April 22, 10 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., 127 W Hollywood. Blvd.
4-H Money Adventures Registration
begins May 1 and continues on various dates
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Estuary Festival May 2, Fred Gannon
Park-Rocky Bayou State Park
For more information on any of these events,.;
contact the University-of Florida/IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension.Office at 689-5850.


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Local


Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Check it OUT!


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library


PROGRAMS
Today and Thursday,
Story Time is going on a
field trip to the John Mc-
Mahon Hub City Environ-
mental Center! Children 3
and up (younger siblings
. welcome) will gather in the
pavilion at the Environmen-
tal Center between 10 and
10:15 a.m. John McMahon
himself will begin our tour at,
10:15 am. Come learn about
native plants and animals at
the oldest tree arboretum
in the Panhandle area. The
center features a nature
museum with wildlife, fish
and insect exhibits includ-
ing tools and cups used to
extract pine gum; a wood
display of more than 50
species; mounted fish, ani-
mals, birds, insects; and live
snakes and lizards. Animal
mounts include deer, beaver,
coyote, turkey, fox, grey
squirrel, cane brake rattle-
snake, moccasin, armadillo,
raccoon and several species


of local fish. You are wel-
come to bring a picnic snack
or lunch for after the tour!
Directions: Coming from
the library, head south on
State Road 85. Turn right
on U.S. Highway 90 West.
Coming from the south end
of town, head north on State
Road 85. Turn left on U.S.
Highway 90 West. Once you
are on U.S. Highway 90, turn
right on Coleman Ave (past
McDonalds and on the right
in between Hot Wheels and
the veterinary clinic). Go
two blocks. Turn left on But-


ler (a circular avenue). Go
one block You'll see the fire.
tower and the John McMa-
hon Environmental Center.
Park along the wood fence
or in front of the museum.
Call 682-3166 or 6824432 if
you get lost.
There will be no Story
Time next week (April 22 or
April 23).
1 If you are 12 or older,
play Wii between 2 and 4
p.m. on Fridays!
Bring a picnic sup-
per for your family to enjoy
while you watch "Because
of Winn-Dixie" (rated PG)
at 6 p.m. on April 21. We'll
provide a beverage. Regis-
tration is not required for,
this free event, but you are
welcome to sign up in the
youth area for a courtesy re-
minder call or e-mail. Fami-
ly Library Time is designed
for families with elementary
and middle school children.
Please call Heather at 682-
4432 with questions.

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that egg will set in motion
an unforgettable journey of
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In person: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phone: 682-4432
Web: www.cityofcrest-
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precious words,
His spirit grew robust;
He knew no more that he
was poor,
Nor that his frame was
dust. I ,
He danced along the
dingy days,
And this bequest of
wings
Was but a book. What
liberty
A loosened spirit brings!
Emily Dickinson


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
MEET THE EASTER BUNNY: The Easter bunny handed
out candy to the 3,000 youngsters at the city of
Crestview Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Old
Spanish Trail Park.

Easter in the park


Kyle Wright
Crestview News JBulletin
There were enough
eggs for. almost every-
one in the city of Crest-
view, and the youngsters
who took part in the city
of Crestview Easter egg
'hunt on Saturday at Old
Spanish Trail Park found
every one of them.
City of'Crestview Parks
and Recreation Director
Chuck Powell said about
3,000youngsters turned out
for Saturday's hunt The


participants scrambled for
the 20,000 eggs with can-
' dy prizes strewn across
the park field.
"It's one of my favorite
events, and 'it's the big-
gest turnout we've ever
had," said Powell, who
also expressed thanks to
the city parks and recre-
ation staff. "It was a great
turnout, and we got many
favorable comments."
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the city Easter egg hunt
at www.crestviewbulle-
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Section


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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
Middle school baseball
Lewis at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Pryor at Richbourg, 3:30'
p.m.

Middle school softball
Lewis at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Pryor at Richbourg, 3:30
p.m.

Middle school track
Liza Jackson and
Richbourg at Davidson
(Crestview High School)

Thursday
High school baseball.
Choctawhatchee at
Crestview,JV 3:30 p.m./V
6 p.m.
Pensacola Christian at
Baker, 6 p.m.

Middle school golf
Bruner at Richbourg,
2:30 p.m.
Davidson at St. Mary (at
Fort Walton Beach Golf'
Course), 3:30 p.m.

Middle school tennis
Ruckel vs. Richbourg (at
Crestview High School), 3
p.m. ,
Davidson vs. Lewis (at
Eglin), 3 p.m.

Friday
High school baseball
Crestview at Pace,JV 5
p.mJV 7:30 p.m.

High school softball
Laurel Hill at Ponce de
Leon, I p.m.

BRIEFS
YMCA news
The CrestviewYMCA
is holding registration for ,,
spring soccer for children
ages 2-14. Cost is $36
for YMCA members and
$48 for non-members.
Registration ends Thursday.

TEAS spring golf
tournament
TheTEAS spring golf
tournament is set for Friday
at Foxwood Country Club.
Cost is $30 perTEASer.
and immediate family
member or significant other.
All others in a foursome
must pay, $40.
Cost includes cart
fees, lunch and three
complimentary drink/snack
tickets valued at $1.75 each.
Check in starts at 10:30
a.m. with a shotgun start at
12:30 p.m.
Entry deadline is 10
a.m.Thursday.To'register,
contact Janie Lambert at
729-6255

Korean martial aris'
The Gordon Martial Arts
Family Center will host the
third annual Korean Martial
Arts Festival April 17-19.
The festival will include
workshops and seminars onI
a variety of topics dealing
S with Korean stylists.
Registration cost is $99.
For more information,
call 682-0720 or visit www.
GordonMartialArts com.

5K Run for a Cause
The Mosaic Church of
Crestview will sponsor
the inaugural Run for a
Cause on Saturday at the
Old Spanish Trail Park in
Crestview.
There also will be a one-
mile fun run for the kids.
The 5K starts at 8:30
a.m., and the fun run starts
at 9:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the run
will go to the Crestview
Pregnancy Center and to
help build a well in Mali,
Africa.
Cost of the 5K is $20.
The fun run fee is $10.
For more information,
e-mail kinetta@
mosaiccrestview.com


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A MAN AMONGST BULLS: Harry Bryant has been the stock contractor for the Old
Spanish Trail Rodeo for 17 years.


Harry Bryant: A lifetime


in the bull market


Randy Dickson
Ci siew N-e\s Bulletin

BAKER The cowboys and cowgirls
aren't the only stars of a rodeo..
The Bills and Bobs that try to ride
have to share the spotlight with and
sometimes yield it to competitors
with names like Happy Hooker. Texas
ITwister, Wipeout or Broke Bone that do
the bucking:
Finding the right bucking stock for
events like the Old Spanish Trail Pro Ro-
deo this past weekend is the job of Harry
Bryant of the HB Rodeo Company.
Bryant has been the stock contractor
for the Old Spanish Trail Rodeo for 17
years.
"You have to be a little ignorant," Bry-
ant joked when asked how one becomes
a stock contractor. "I started renting
roping steers back 25 years ago. And
then they wanted me to get some roping
. calves, and I messed around and got me
some roping calves.
"And then a guy by the name of Bob
Thacker from Waycross, Ga., was go- ,


ing down to Frostproof, Fla., to pick out
some bulls. I asked him to let me go with
him. He let me pick 10 bulls, and every
one of them bucked good. You usually
don't get but one in a 100 that buck good,
but got 10 that worked."
The only.thing left was some bucking
horses, and Bryant found those in Plant
City.
Finding stock got a little easier when
people starting hating rodeo stock sales,
which basically offer one-stop shopping
for all of a stock contractor's needs.
Bryant admits dealing with bulls and
horses might be his one vice.
"I don't fish, I don't hunt, and I don't
drink," he said, "but I love to fool with
rodeo stock. Bulls are my main thing.
"I love fooling with bulls, and I always
have. I don't make any money. I just love
to do it, and I like the people you fool
with.".
Bryant corrected himself by saying
he enjoys most of the people he deals
with in rodeo. He pointed out there are

See BRYANT B2


Jim Poole:


Man behind


the Baker


rodeo mic
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin -

BAKER Jim Poole's
smooth baritone voice has
been informing and enter-
taining rodeo fans for more
than 40 years.
It is Poole who an-
nounces the competitors
and their times or scores
while weaving in some of
his vast rodeo insights. Or,
he might play the straight
man for clown Rudy Burns
delivering the perfect ques-,
tion that allows Burns to hit
a comedic home run.
Poole has been the voice
of, Baker's Old Spanish
Trail Rodeo for more than
15 years.
S"I really can't remember,
how long I've been doing
it," Poole said. "Before the
covered arena, the Barnhill
arena, was here, we were
doing it up on the hill.
Poole's journey into ro-
deo announcing is similar
to the stories told by so
many others in just about
every sport.
"I roped calves and bull-
dogged in rodeos for years,
and back several years ago
I went to this rodeo and
the announcer had a death
in family and couldn't get
there," he explained. "They
asked someone to fill in,
and the boys that were
traveling with me promot-
ed with the producer of the
rodeo for me to do it.
"I didn't know anything
about it. I just went in and
filled in."
A few years., after that,
when Poole was in the rnili-
tary, there were some rode-
os being filmed fpr a movie.
See POOLE B2


CHS-Baker matchup a win-win for many


I tip my hat to Crestview football
coach Matt Brunson for scheduling
Baker in the 2009 season opener.
Brunson is in a no-win situation,
much like Michigan was when the
Wolverines hosted Appalachian
State in the 2007 college football
season. There are ver' few reasons
to believe Crestview
shouldn't win the
game. The Bulldogs
have more players,
and subsequently
more athletes
Even if the Gator
first-team players
NORTH END can match up with
ZONE Bulldog starters,
Randy Dickson depth should play
a big factor in the
fourth quarter.
I know the Gators played the
Bulldogs tough in 2001 before losing
17-9, but Baker had a quarterback
by the name of Vernon Jones that
year who ended up being the Daily
News' Player of the Year.
By 2002, the Bulldogs were in full
stride and beat Baker 44-0.
I don't think this year's game will
be as close as the 2001 battle or as
lopsided as it was in 2002. I do be-
lieve Baker would have been better
equipped to play the Bulldogs this
past season when they had Cam-
eron Domangue at quarterback.
The real winners are the play-
ers and the fans. The game should
be great for family bragging rights
if one spouse attended Baker and
the other Crestview, or parents at-
tended one school and their children
the other.
I have seen some of the brag-


2009 FOOTBALL
SCHEDULES

From the FHSAA Web site

Crestview
Sept. 4 Baker
Sept. 11 West Gadsden
Sept. 25 Pensacola Catholic
Oct. 2 at Navarre
Oct. 9 at Fort Walton Beach
Oct. 16 at Milton
Oct. 23 Mosley
Oct. 29- at Tallahassee Leon
Nov. 6 at Niceville
Nov. 13-Tate

Baker
Sept.4- at Crestview
Sept. 11 at Sneads
Sept. 18 Vernon
Sept. 25 South Walton
Oct. 2 at Northview
Oct. 9 Bozeman
Oct. 23 at Holmes County
Oct. 30 at Freeport
Nov. 6 Jay
Nov. 13 Blountstown

going in other sports like baseball
and basketball, but football remains
king. Whoever wins on Sept. 4 can
talk trash for a year.
The schools will be winners, too.
Fans will likely pack Jack Foster
Stadium, bringing a big gate for both
teams. Baker coach Bob Kellogg
said the Gators' share of the receipts
should be the equivalent of three
typical gates for a Baker home game.


I'm excited about this game,
but it bothers me that the Bulldogs
won't be playing Choctawhatchee
this year. It is not because Brunson
didn't want to play the Indians, who
moved down from Class 4A to Class
3A. It was the decision of the powers
that be at Choctaw not to play the
game.
So now the Bulldogs will play
Tallahassee Leon, which means two
years of smaller gates as it's doubt-,
ful that a large number of fans from
either school will be able to make
,the long road trip.
Not only will the gates be smaller,
but the travel expenses will be
great. That is a lose-lose situation.
I hate seeing the school board
get mixed up in things like sports
schedules, but in this day of tighten-
ing belts, maybe it's time a mandate
comes down requiring local schools
of comparable size play each other
in football, basketball and baseball.
There are eight football teams
in Choctaw's new District 1-3A,
but that means the Indians have
room for three other games. They
are playing Fort Walton Beach
and Niceville. It makes dollars and
sense if Choctaw would play Crest-
view, as well.
Even if the Indians play Navarre,
the next closest school of compa-
rable size, I don't believe the game
would draw as many fans as a Choc-
taw-Crestview game.
Just ask Kellogg. The risk seems
very much worth the reward.

Post your early thoughts on the
2009 high school football season at
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BASEBALL
Crestview 13,
Washington 7
David Pyle smacked a
three-run triple,Trevor
Carnahan had two hits,
a double and four runs
while Kameron Miller had
a pair of hits April 6.
C720 101 2- 13
W 520 000 0 7
WP: Daniel Ogilvie.

Baker 9,
Ponce de Leon 6
It took nine innings,
but Baker finally put away
Ponce de Leon with three
runs in the final frame to
pick up the District I-2A
win on the road April 6.
Will Locke pitched all
nine innings and finished
with four strikeouts, while
Colton Henry went 3-for-
5 with three RBIs and Josh
Lawson had a pair of hits
and drove in two runs.,
Bak 105 000 003-9
PDL 120 201 000- 6
WP:Will Locke

Freeport 3,
Baker 1
Colton Henry was
2-for-3 for Baker on April
7. Christian Mainor struck
out eight but came away,
with the loss.
Paxton 13,
Laurel Hill 3
The Hoboes fell in
District I-IA play on
April 7.

Niceville 5,
Crestview 4
The Bulldogs, who
have struggled to'win
close games this season,
didn't go quietly Thursday.
Trevor Carnahan cranked
a double off Niceville
starter Robert Price
leading off the seventh
and, forced a pitching
change. But the next three
Bulldogs struck out to end
the game.

Baker 7,
Rocky Bayou 6
Bucky Locke provided
the park at the plate
and Ben Wood was the
stopper on the mound as
the Baker baseball team
came from behind to beat
Rocky Bayou Christian
7-6 at TWin Oaks Park on
Thursday.
An Austin Derrick
double scored Locke with
the game winner.

Laurel Hill 14,
Florala 7
Laurel Hill came up
with an eight-run third
inning Thursday.
Seth Strickland and Will
-Sherwood both had two
hits and two RBIs while
Ethan Jackson and Zeb
Strickland both tallied two
runs.
FHS 000 601 0--7
LHS408001 I 14
WP: Chris Korleski.

Crestview 5,
Fort Walton Beach 2
With runners on first
and second with two outs,
Trevor Carnahan blasted
a shot that sailed over
an outfielder's head and
landed in deep center
to drive in the go-ahead
run.A two-run Kameron
Miller single during the
next at-bat gave David
Pyle all the insurance he
needed to pick up the win.
CHS 100 010 3 -5
FWB 000 002 0 2
WP: David Pyle.

Paxton 17,
Laurel Hill 1
The Hoboes fell at
home Friday.
Pax 72521 17
LHS 10000- I
LP: Ethan Jackson

See BRIEFS B2
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BRIEFS from page B1


A LOT OF BULL: Bull riding is always a favorite event with the spectators at the
Old Spanish Trail Rodeo.


Rodeo rides through Baker

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Crowds packed, the
Barnhill Arena at the Bak-
er Area Recreation Associ-
ation facility on Friday and
Saturday night for the Old
Spanish 'rail Pro Rodeo.
See more photofrom the
event at www.crestview-
bulletin.com. COWGIRLS: Barrel racing is an event strictly for cowgirls.


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RODEO CLOWN: At left, Rudy Burns and his donkey kept the crowd laughing,
between rodeo events. LITTLE COWBOY: At right, 4-year-old Colton Weekly was
one of the local cowboys who attended the OSTF Rodeo on Friday night.



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SOFTBALL
Choctawhatchee 3,
Crestview 2
A roller back up the
middle to plated the winning
run in the seventh inning for
Choctawhatchee on April 6.

Crestview 3,
Fort Walton Beach 2
The Bulldogs' unforgiving
defense and a big third
inning propelled them to an
upset win April 8.
Visiting Crestview scored
all three of its runs in the
third. Courtriey Adams
walked, Lauren Estep turned
a sacrifice bunt into a single
and three batters later
Hannah Day brought home
the first run on a fielder's
choice.
Courtney Luke then
delivered the big blow by
belting a two-run double
to left field that gave the
Bulldogs a 3-0 lead.

Baker 12,
Glasgow 2
Freshman Tory Kilcrease
delivered a two-out, three-
run, bases loaded hit to right
field in the bottom of the
second and Baker went on
to a five-inning win Thursday
after a nearly two-week long,
break.
Molly Royal went 2-for-3
with two runs scored and
two RBIs while Tuesdae
Middlebrooks went 2-for-2
with two runs and two RBIs
as Baker (9-7) cranked out
nine hits in a one-sided win.
G 000 02- 2
B 039 00 12
WP: Lauren. Griffith


Pace 10,
Crestview 0
The Patriots turned a
tight game into a romp
Thursday with a pair of big
innings.
C 000 000 0
P 000 055-- 10
LP: Kelch.

Pleasant Home
Tournament
The Gators captured a
pair of victories Friday in the
Pleasant Home Tournament
in Alabama. Baker beat.Opp
3-I and beat Flomaton 4- I,
but fell 3-2 against the host
team in Saturday's semifinal
round.
Lauren Griffith tossed
a pair of one-hitters,
striking out eight combined
in tallying-two wins. She
also went 2-for-2 with
two doubles against Opp.
Dani Mayhair and Tuesdae
Middlebrooks had one hit
apiece.
Against Flomaton, Carly
Barton went 2-for-4 while
Mollie Royal, Mayhair and
Jessica Gilmore had one hit
apiece.
Ba 200 000 0 2
PH 020 000 I 3
LP: Lauren Griffith

TRACK AND
FIELD
Gulf Breeze
Invitational
Crestview's boys finished
10th out of 15 teams and
the CHS girls finished 12 out
of 14 teams at the Andrews
Invitational in Gulf Breeze
on T'


BOYS
WEIGHTLIFTING
Super Qualifier
Clinton Lukert (third, I 19)
scored Crestview's lone top-
four finish on April 6.

BOYS TENNIS
Fort Walton Beach 5,
Crestview 2
Singles
Drew Morrison (FWB) d.
*Cody Dreaden 6-2, 6-2
Chase Yakaboski (FWB) d.
Joseph Messier 6-I, 6-0
Andrew DeCotis (FWB)
d.Angelo Fajardo 6-1, 6-0
Mitch Petosky (C) d.
Kevin DeMoya 6-3,6-1
Sy Pinkert (C) d.Ari
Palanjian 6-2, 6-1
Doubles
Morrison/DeMoya (FWB)
d. Dreaden/Fajardo 6-2, 6-I
Yakaboski/DeCotis (FWB)
d. Petosky/Pinkert 6-1, 6-0.

GIRLS TENNIS
Fort Walton Beach 7,
Crestview 0
Singles
Cecily Kersey d. Moya
Moore 6-4, 3-6, 6-2
Dani Adams d. Sidney
Pinkert 6-1, 6-0
Molly McCombs d. Cora
Merritt 6-I, 6-0
Ali Adams d. Kristin
Thomas 6-4, 6-1
Lindsey Atkins d. Brooklyn
Howard 6-3, 6-1
Doubles
Kersey/D.Adams d.
Moore/Merritt 8-6
McCombs/A.Adams d.
Pinkert/Brittany Didonato
6-4, 6-3.


BRYANT from page B1


people in every profession that are impos-
sible to please, and rodeo is no exception.
"Then you run into someone like Mr.
Bill (Barnhill, organizer of the Baker
rodeo), and he's on the top of my list,",
Bryant said. "We've won rodeo of the year
several times."
Finding good stock is an ongoing pro-
cess. Bryant usually spends three days a
week at sales looking for bulls that meet

"The bull sales I go to now, they buck
them out and you can watch them buck
one time and then buy them," he said. "I
look for one that will really buck and is
easy to handle. If a bull comes out and
he-bucks good, but they have to rope him
and drag him out (of the arena), I don't
like that. '
"I don't like a bull that stays out in the
arena five minutes with you trying to get
him out. People pay to watch him buck,
not you having to get out there and drag
them out."


Bryant believes that every bull devel-
ops its own bucking style.
"Everybody has a knack for some-
thing," Bryant said. "If I can buck a bull
five or six times, I can figure his little
trick out.,
"If he ain't got a trick, I know he won't
buck."
At age 70, Bryant is cutting back a lit-
tle. He's opting for bull riding-only events
rather than rodeos. The Old Spanish Trail
Rodeo is one of only four he'll provide
stock to this year.
The cowboys in Baker appreciate the
quality of Bryant's stock
"I came to Baker last year and rode
my bull to the whistle before I fell off,"
said Jason Morgan, who finished third
Friday night. "Mr. Harry Bryant puts to-
gether a great pen of bulls."

See photos from the Old Spanish Trail
Pro Rodeo at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


POOLE from page BI


Poole announced for the
movie filing.
Eventually, Pooled end-
ed up behind the micro-
phone full time.
"After the service and
after I got my master's de-
gree later, I came back into
just announcing," he said.
"I had given up'competing,
so I've just been doing it
ever since, and I just enjoy
it."
Poole's "ever since" has
now stretched out to 45
years and has taken him all
over North America.
"We've been blessed
to be able to go different
places and meet differ-
ent people," he said. "I
wouldn't know Bill Barn-
hill (organizer of the Baker
rodeo) here and so many
of the people in Okaloosa
County had it not been for
rodeo.
"I'd'say the best memo-
ries are being blessed by
getting to meet so many
different people and going
to visit a lot of the church-
es in the different towns
things of that nature. It's
just a chance to become a
part of a community, and
we look forward to that ev-
ery year."
Even with 45 years be-
hind the mic and hundreds
of thousands of miles on
the 'road behind him, Poole
shows no signs of slowing
down.
Last year, he did 47 ro-
deos. This year, he'll do
40. Included in his travels
will be a trip to the Wran-
gler National Finals in Las


ANN SPANN I urestvew I ews DuIeun
RODEO VOICE: Jim Poole has been the voice of Baker's
Old Spanish Trail Rodeo for more than 15 years.


Vegas. He'll work more
behind the scenes in Las
Vegas, but that's OK with
Poole.
"I enjoy going and enjoy
seeing all the people I see
every year," he said, "but
that is a different venue all
together."
Las Vegas won't be
Poole's longest trip this
year.
"I've been asked to come
up to Canada this sum-
mer mainly because of
friends I have in the prov-
ince of Alberta," he said.


"That's something new,
and we are trying to work it
on the dates I can go."
Whether Poole is calling
a rodeo in Baker or Cana-
da, he keeps things mov-
ing from the announcer's
booth.
Asked about his predic-
tion for a night's rodeo,
he'll tell you, "We're going
to have a good one."

See photos from the Old
Spanish Trail Pro Rodeo
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Wednesday, April 15,.2009


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Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


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ARBOR LAKE: A grand opening
was held Thursday at Arbor Lake,
Crestview's new condominium and
town home community. Representatives
from Harris Constructors Inc., of
Ridgeland, Miss., were on hand
to promote the company's first
project in, Florida. There are 24 two-
bedroom units complete and ready
for occupancy, according to Harris
spokesman Chris Bond. An additional
36 units-will be added, along with
103 town homes, in phase 2 of
the project. A pool, fitness center,
playground and walking trails around
the lake will be constructed. Diana
Baker of Teel & Waters Real Estate
in Crestview is listing the Arbor Lake,
condominiums.


Business BRIEFS
Oliver promoted to
Clinical Supervisor
Maigan Oliver, LM1IC of Bridgeway
Center Inc., was recently* promoted to
clinical supervisor of the
Crestview Counseling of-
fice. Oliver has worked for
BCI for fouryears and has
transitioned from being
a TASC evaluator, addic-
tions/substance abuse su-
pervisor and most recently
FAST supervisor. Oliver's
MAIGAN experience will bring en-
OLIVER hanced knowledge of both
the mental health and sub-
stance abuse service issues that are pro-
vided each day at Bridgeway Center.
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term
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team as president of the
Florida Association of
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From staff reports


NORTH OKALOOSA
FREE GRIEF
WORKSHOPS: Covenant
Hospice invites those who
have lost, a loved, one to
attend one of its free grief
workshops.
OnesessionisFridayand
meets from 1 to 3 p.m. at the
Covenant Hospice Office,
located at 370 Redstone
Drive in Crestview.
A six-week program
begins April 24 and meets
from 1 to 2 p.m.
Registration is required
Attendees are
encouraged to bring a
friend to learn some newv
insights into the griel
process. Details: Karer
Whitworth, 682-3628
or karen.whitworth@
covenant.hospice.org.
K of C SPAGHETTI
DINNER: On Saturday
.Crestviey's Knights of
Columbus will host their
monthly 'charity fundraiser
dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 pm
The dinner choices
are either spaghetti ant
meatballs or the monthly
special, with salad, desser


and beverage. Takeotts are
also available. '
'Cost is $7 for adults
and $5 for pre-teens; pre-
schoolers eat free..
The, Knights Hall is
located on U.S. Highway 90
t in Crestview.
CAR SHOW: The
Spanish ITrail Cruisers of
f Crestview will host their,
ninth annual Timeless
I Classics Car show Saturday
in downtown Crestview.
Registtationisfrom8 a.m. to
12 noon, with dash plaques
and goody bags going to the
first 50 entrants.,
3 The event includes a
poker run, car show, swap
. meet and yard sale. Poker
run registration starts at
8 a.m., parking for show
entries is from 12 p.m. to
f 3 p.m.
1 Show information:
B Mike Turman, 428-1161.
P Vendor information:
Frances Gautney, 689-1007.
1 Swap meet or yard sale
, information: Danny Tate,
f 682-6623.
r MOSAIC 5K RUN/
r WALK: will be held
. Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at
s the Old Spanish Trail Park
I pavilion on Stillwell Blvd. in
y Crestview. It includes a one-
t mile Kids Fun Run at 9:30


and awards presentation
at 10:30. Sign up is $20 for
adults and $10 for kids 9
years old and younger.
Registration forms are
available online at www.
mosaiccrestview.com.
EARTH DAY LUNCH
'N LEARN: The Crestview
Chamber of Commerce
Education Committee will
host an Earth Day Lunch
n Learn April 22 from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at their new
location. RSVP to Ester
Molder at emolder@uwf.
edu or 833-3743, by Friday,
as space is limited to first
30 registrants. Giveaways
are planned.
CAR WASH: The
Calvary Apostolic Church
is preparing for its annual
spring car wash to benefit
the Back to School Bash in
August..
The car wash will be
April 25 at the AutoZone
story at 2045 S. Ferdon
Blvd. from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
All funds collected support
the Back to School Bash. ,
The church is asking
businesses to support the
car wash with the purchase
of car wash tickets. Cost is
$25 for 35 tickets and $40 for
70 tickets.


For details, .contact
Pastor Charles Braneff at
423-1198 or 758-6000.
RED. CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
'Countyarelistedbelow. Call
1 (800) 773-7620 for details
on any of these events.
Standard First Aid
with CPR-Adult, Child, and
Infant, April 25, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Lay Responder
Instructor Course: April 18
and 20-25; Standard First
Aid with CPR/AED- Adult
and Child w/ CPR-Infant:
April 18, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.;.
Babysitter's Training: April
18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CPR- Adult, Child, and
Infant: April 21 and 23, 6 to
9 p.m.; CPR/AED-For the
Professional Rescuer: April
25, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lifeguard classes will
also be held in April. Call
for details.
CAMP BRAVE
HEART: Emerald Coast
Hospice's Camp Brave
Heart at Camp Timpoochee
in Niceville, is designed for
children, ages 7-14, who
have experienced the loss
of a loved one. Regardless of
the type of loss or the reason
for the loss, all children
throughout the area are


invited to apply to attend.
Dates are July 17 through
20. A prior affiliation with
Emerald Coast Hospice is
not a prerequisite.
While the emphasis is
on, healing, there is play
time as well. The children
will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities such
as arts and crafts, boating,
field games, and swimming.
Children will also have the
opportunity to honor the
people they have lost with
a very special memorial
service.
Volunteer applications
to assist with the camp are
being accepted. Details:
Contact Jim Vail or Susie
Chestnut at 689-0300 or
www.gentiva.com/hospice.
CRAFT SHOW AT
FAIRGROUNDS: The first
Arts\ and Craft Show and,
CommunityDayisSaturday,
'April 18 at the Northwest
Florida Fairgrounds in Fort
Walton Beach. Gates are
open to the public from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.
Activities include the
High Steppers Show-
Dancers, Gospel Music
provided by the Macedonia
Missionary Baptist Church,
the Blood Mobile, the
Okaloosa County Health


Department and Sheriffs
Department, and much
more. PAWS will administer
rabies shots and implant
micro-chips 'to pets for a
nominal fee, and will also
have pets for adoption. The
Master Gardener annual
plant sale will also be held
during this event.
To vend at this event
costs $50 for a 10x10 space.
Contact Terri or Betty at
862-0211 or terri@nwffair.
corn or betty@nwffair.com
for details.
There is no admission
charge, but organizers are
asking for a canned food
donation to be given to
Sharing and Caring.
VENDORS WANTED:
MOMS Club of Crestview is
sponsoring a Spring Fling
Consignment Sale April 25
from 7 to 11 a.m. at Central
Baptist Church. Vendor
applications are now being
accepted. Spaces are
available for $10. Proceeds
from vendor spaces will
benefit Toys for Tots.
Spaces will be provided
on a first-come, first-serve
basis. Contact LeAnne
Archer at (850) 240-3807 to
reserve a space or for more
information.


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Lady will clean your
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Estimates. Ref's
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Robert Latham
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All types of Concrete
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3000 PSI mix used
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Also Bobcat work.
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Free Estimates LIC
Contractor
850-974-4750

Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling;
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
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sured. Honest and
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Over 20 years exp.
You have a problem,
we can fix it. No job
, too Big or Small
Lic. & Inc. 582-3827


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Crestview area.
Res./Comm.
Lic. & Ins. Call Mike
689-3079 or 612-0311
Farm Direct
Centipede, Zoysia, St.
Augustine, Bermuda.
We deliver.& install.
Call 244-6651
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Lawn Care & Small
Tractor Service
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Mower &Gas pow-
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Your location .
850-758-0397
Rasbury Lawn
Service General
cleanup mowing,
trimming, pruning.
Lic & Ins. Ref availa-
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682-1302 or 398-0687

Yard Dirt
'10 yards delivered
Call 758-1477


MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure.washing. Li-
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estimates. Ph..
682-5347..Senior citi-
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Plumbing
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Warranty service on all
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Legal # 100565
ADVERTISEMENT OF'
COMPLETION
AERO TRAINING &
'RENTAL, INC.
537 GULFSHORE
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL
32541
gives notice of comple-
tion of BONE CREEK
ROAD REPAIRS..
C o n-t r a c t :
OK-OCT07-STORM-
CR2-05
and sets April 23 of
2009 as the date of fi-
nal settlement.
Yellow River. Soil and
Water Coriservation
District (Owner)
Attn: John. Berg-
schneider
1759 South 'Ferdon
6Blvd. -
Crestview, Fl 32536
Dawn Coughey
Secretary
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09
04/15/09


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Legal # 100571
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
2009 DR 1784-C DIVI-
SION TK
LARRY DEAN NICH-
OLS f
Petitioner
and
PAULA RENEE NICH-
OLS -
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: PAULA RENEE
NICHOLS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: Andalusia Ala-
bama, Andalusia Ala-
bama
YOU. ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your.
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Larry Dean
Nichols whose address
is 3124 Winstead Cove
Crestview FI 32539 on
or before May 8, 2009,
and filed the clerk of
this Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
101 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FI 32536,
before service, on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents In this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit. Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current Ad-


dress, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915) Future
papers In this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on' record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires tertian
automatic disclosure
of documents and in
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
or pleadings.
Dated 3-27-09
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURT
By: Edna Hoke
Deputy Clerk
.04/04/09
04/11/09 -
04/18/09
04/25/09

Legal # 100576 -
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO.
2009-CP-3256
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF
STANLEY B. CROSBY,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Stanley B
Crosby, deceased
whose date of death
was September 23
2008 and whose social
security number is
032-28-5409 is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division
the address of which is
Qkaloosa County
Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevarc
East, Crestview, Florida
32536.
The names and ad-
dresses of the persona
representative and the
p e r s o n a
representative's attor-


- ney are set forth below. Legal # 100577
All creditors of the de- IN THE CIRCUIT
cedent and other per- COURT OF THE
I sons having .claims or FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
demands 'against CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
t decedent's estate on AND FOR OKALOOSA
whom a copy of this COUNTY CASE NO.
notice is required to be 2008 CA 006666S
served must file their
claims with this Court FLAGSTAR BANK,
- WITHIN THE LATER F.S.B.,
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Plaintiff,
THE TIME OF THE
- FIRST PUBLICATION vs,
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE VALERIE L. BALLARD,
DATE OF SERVICE et al.
OF A COPY OF THIS Defendants. "
NOTICE ON THEM. i
TO: VALERIE L. BAL-
All other creditors of LARD
the decedent and per- Whose residence is:
- sons having claims or 895 SANTA ROSA
demands against BLVD #514, FORT-
decedent's estate must WALTON BEACH, FL,
file their claims with this 32548
court WITHIN
MONTHS AFTER THE If alive, and if dead, all
DATE OF THE FIRST parties claiming inter-
PUBLICATION OF est by, through, under.
THIS NOTICE. or against VALERIE L.
BALLARD and all par-'
ALL CLAIMS NOT ties having or claiming
FILED WITHIN THE to. have any right, title"
TIME PERIODS SET or interest in the prop-'
FORTH IN SECTION erty described herein.
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE YOU ARE NOTIFIED'
CODE WILL 'BE FOR- that an action for Fore-
EVER BARRED. closure of Mortgage on
the following described-
NOTWITHSTANDING property:


THE TIME PERIODS
SET ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is April 15, 200,9.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James C.Campbell, Es-
quire
Florida Bar No. 708283
#4 11th Avenue, Suite
2 Shalimar,Florida
32579
850-651-9313
Personal Representa-
tive:
Timothy W. Anderson
607 Pincone Cove
Niceville, Fl 32578
04/15/2009
04/22/09


UNIT NO. 514 OF
SEACREST, A CON-,
DOMINIUM, ACCORD-'
ING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CONDO-
MINIUM RECORDED
IN OFFICIAL REC-
ORDS BOOK 2238,
PAGE 2717, ET SEQ.,
AND ALL EXHIBITS
AND AMENDMENTS
THEREOF, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
a/k/a 895 SANTA
ROSA BLVD #514
FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32548
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Nwabufo Umunna, At-
torney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 2901
Stirling Road, Suite


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300, Fort Lauderdale,
Florida 33312 either on
on or before May 26,
2009,
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 8 day of April, 2009
Don W. Howard
As Deputy Clerk of the
Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice of
Action, Complaint and
Lis Pendens were sent
to the defendants and
address named above.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should, no later than
seven -(7) days prior
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator,. at 8506517497,
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
SUITE A1.14,
SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If hearing impaired,
contact (TDD)
8009558771 via. Florida
Relay System.
This is an attempt to
collect a 'debt. Any in-
formation obtained will
be used for that pur-
pose.
04/15/09
04/22/09,'

Legal # 100599
ADVERTISEMENT OF
COMPLETION
Hayes Construction,
Inc.
3950 Oakleigh Drive,
Jay, FL, 32565
gives notice of comp e-
tion of County Road 2
R e -,p a i r
#OK-Oct07Storm-CR2
-03(Project)
and sets March 19
,2009 as the date of fi-
nal settlement.
Yellow River Soil &
Conservation District
938 'North Ferdon
Boulevard
Crestview, Florida
32536
By: Jane Hayes Secre-
tary
03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09
LEGAL # 120197
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE
NO.09-DR-1780-C
Stephanie Lynn Price,
Petitioner
and
Lemuel Wade Adams .
Respondent.


NOTICE OF ACTION LEGAL#120198 Okaloosa County, Flor- other persons whose (f) A statement of the LEGAL#120205 of the real property, Donate Your Vehicle
FOR DISSOLUTION OF ida. substantial interests will specific rules or stat- and for other relief has Receive $1000 Grocery
MARRIAGE Request for be affected bythe out- utes that the petitioner IN THE CIRCUIT been filed against you Coupon United Breast
Proposals Based on all the above, come of the administra- contends require rever- COURT OF THE and you are required to Cancer Foundation
TO: Lemuel Wade Ad- Architectural and and with the applica- tive process have the sal or modification of FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- serve a copy of your Free Mammograms,
ams Last Known Ad- Engineering Services tion of general and lim- right to petition to inter- the agency's proposed CUO T IN AND FOR written defenses, if any, Breast Cancer Info
dress: Unknown Mont- for the Crestvlew iting specific conditions vene in the proceeding, action; and OKALOOSACOUNTY, to this action on the www.ubcf.info Free
gomery, Al. Montgom- Housing Authority of the permit, Intervention will be only FLORIDA CIVIL DIVI- Plaintiffs' attorney, Towing, Tax Deducti-
ery, Al. the Department has at the discretion of the (g) A statement of the SION CASE whose name and ad- ble, Non-Runners Ac-
The Crestview Housing reasonable assurance presiding officer upon relief sought by the pe- NO.2009-CA-1452-S dress is JOHN N. cepted, (888)468-5964.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Authority (HA) hereby the project, as pro- the filing of a motion in titiodner, stating pre- DIVISION:WFS MURATIDES, ES-
that an action has been requests proposals posed, fully meets the compliance with Rule cisely the action that QUIRE, Stearns SAVE $$$ on classifies-
filed against you and from qualified Architec- environmental 28-106.205 of the Flor- the petitioner wishes BANK OF AMERICA, Weaver Miller Weissler ing Run your classified
that you are required to tural/Engineering (AE) resources permitting ida Administrative the agency to take with N.A., a national bank- Athadeff & Sitterson, ad in over 100 Florida
serve a copy of your Firms to provide design stormwater require- Code. respect to the agency's ing association, PA., SunTrust Finan- newspapers reaching
written defenses, if any, and engineering sup- ments of Chapter proposed action. Plaintiff, cial Centre Suite over 4 Million readers
to it on (name of Peti- port services required 62-346, Florida Admin- In accordance with 2200, ost Office Box foran$475 that is less
tioner) Stephanie Lynn to implement facility istrative Code, and will s u b s e c t i o n s A petition that does not vs. 3299, Tampa, Florida than $4 per newspaper.
Price whose address is renovations funded for not harm the environ- 28-106.111(2) and dispute the material 33601, Tele- Call this newspaper or
3124 Winstead Cove a one year period un- ment. 62-110.106(3)(a)(4)/ facts on which the WYATT, INC., a Florida phone:(813)223-4800, (866)742-173 for more
Crestview, FL 32539 on der the HA's ARRA Florida Administrative department's action is corporation DEREK E. on or before May 22, details or visit:
or before (date) May 8, Comprehensive Grant A person whose sub- Code, petitions for an based shall state that WYATT, KRISTEN L. 2009 and file the origi- www.florida-classifieds.
2009, and file the origi- Program (CGP). The stantial interests are af- administrative hearing no such facts are in WYATT, JIMMY PAR- nal with the Clerk of com.
nal with the clerk of this HA will sign a contract fected by the Depart- by the applicant must dispute and otherwise ISH BUILDERS, INC., a this Court either before
Court at (clerks ad- that covers work ments action may peti- be filed within 21 days shall contain the same Florida corporation, service on Plaintiff's at-
dress) Okaloosa scheduled in Federal tion for an administra- of receipt of written no- information as set forth HOUSTON MANOR, torney or immediately a
County Courthouse, Fiscal Year (FFY) 2009 tive proceeding (hear- tice. Petitions filed by above, as required by LLC., a Florida limited thereafter; otherwise 1150
101 E. James Lee Blvd. and (FFY) 2010, pro- ing) under Sections any persons other than Rule 28-106.301, Flor- liability company,' default will be entered
Crestview, FL 32536, vided funds are availa- 120.569and 120.57 of the applicant, and ida Administrative CHANAN ESTATES against you for the re Single white male 41
before service on Peti- ble from the U.S. De- me Florida Statute. The other than those enti- Code, Under Sections PROPERTY OWNERS lief demanded in the yrs 6' 185 Ibs. browh
tioner or immediately apartment of Housing petition must contain tied to written notice 120.569(2)(c) and (d) ASSOCIATION, INC., a Complaint. hair, brown eyes, look-
thereafter. If you fail to and Urban Develop- the information set forth under Section of the Florida Statute, a Florida not-for-profit DATED on April 7, ing for a slender white
do so, a default maybe ment (HUD). The HA below and must be 120.60(3) of the Florida .petition for administra- corporation, and 2009. woman 35-45. I've been
entered against you for expects to receive ap- filed (received by the Statutes, must be filed five hearing must be TRAILWOOD ESTATES divorced 8 years ready
the relief demanded in proximately $542,000 clerk) in the Office of within 21 days of publi- dismissed by the OWNERS ASSOCIA- DON W. HOWARD to date for companion-
the petition, for the year of ARRA General Counsel of the cation of the notice, agency if the petition TION, INC., a Florida Clerk of the Circuit ship. Email me
funds for physical im- Department at 3900 does not substantially not-for-profit corpora- Court 101 E.James Ron2@cox.net
Copies of all court doc- provement needs for Commonwealth Boule- Under Section comply with the above tion, Lee Boulevard Crest-
uments in this case, in- the, next year. The HA vard, Mail Station 35, 120.60(3) of the Florida requirements or is un- Defendants. view, FL 32536 Single white male 70
cluding orders, are cannot guarantee the Tallahassee, Florida Statute/ however, any timely filed. By: Anita Cantral 5'8" 170ERK bs. Looking for
available at the Clerk of annual funding 32399-3000. person who has asked NOTICE OF ACTION DEPUTYCLERK a slender white lady
the Circuit Court's of- amounts since the CGP the Department for no- This action is final and PROPERTY 04/15/2009 65-7and eas to easy going
fice. You may review is a Federally Funded Because the adminis- tice of agency action effective on the date A4/15/209 and easy to please.
these documents upon Program and depends trative hearing process may file a petition filed with the Clerk of TO: C ANAN ES- 04/22/2009 Just need a good
request, upon the Federal is designed to within 21 days of such the Department unless TATES PROPERTY woman to share and do
Government's budget- re-determine final notice, regardless of a petition is filed in ac- OWNERS ASSOCIA---things together. Please
You must keep the ing process. agency action on the the date of publication. cordance with the TION, INC. a Florida L#120206 write RLB P. Box
Clerk of the Circuit Proposals must be. re- application, the filing of above. Upon the timely non-profit corporation, LEAL#120206 876, Crestview, FL
Court's office notified of ceived at the Crestview a petition for an admin- The petitioner shall filing of petition this- or- Last Known Address 32536, or call (850)
your current address. Housing Authority Of- istrative hearing may mail a copy of the peti- der will not be effective (Vacant): 1111 Shoal' l 689-8038
(You may file Notice of fice located at 371 W. result in a modification tion to the applicant at until further order of the River Drive Crestview, Pursuant to F St
Current Address, Flor- Hickory Avenue, Crest- of the permit, or even a the 'address indicated Department. FL 32539 Pursuant to Lien &St
ida Supreme Court Ap- view, FL by 3:00P.M. denial of the applica- above at-the time of fil- (Current Address Un- 713.585, Auto Lien &
proved .Family Law on Friday, April 17, tion. Accordingly, the ing. The failure of any This permit, when is- known) w/PRecovery Experts
Form 12.915.) Future 2009. applicant will not com- person to file a petition sued, constitutes an or- w/Power of Attorney, hf l
papers in this lawsuit mence construction or for an administrative der of the Department. YOU ARE NOTIFIED hicles to the highest ,
will be mailed to the 4/4/2009 other activities under hearing within the ap- The applicant has the that an action 'to fore- bidder to satisfy lien.
address on record at 4/8/2009 this permit until the propriate time period right to seek judicial re- close a mortgage and bidder to auctions held withen.
the clerk's office. 4/11/2009 deadlines below for fil- shall constitute a view of the order under security interest on the All auctions held with
4/15/2009 ing a petition for an ad- waiver of those rights. Section 120.68 of the following real property, Cash or Certified funds TS S I
WARNING: Rule ministrative hearing, or Florida Statute, by the and the personal prop- Cash or Certified funds. p'S&
12.285, Florida Family request for an exten- A petition that disputes filing of a notice of ap- erty, intangibles and Inspect 1 week prior at ets
Law Rules of Proce- LEGAL#120204 sion of time, have ex- the material facts on peal under rule 9.110 other collateral affixed ienor facility. Interested 21o0 Pets: Free
dure, requires certain paired. which the Department's of the Florida Rules of to, associated with, or parties call 954 2110'-HPts: Free to
automatic disclosure of STATE OF FLORIDA action is based must Appellate Procedure relating thereto, located 893-0052. Good Home09 @ 2120Pe upp
documents and infor- DEPARTMENT OF EN- Under subsection contain the following-in- with the Clerk of the in Okaloosa County, at enors Fa- 2130-Farm Animals/
mation. Failure to com- VIRONMENTAL PRO- 62-110.106(4) of the formation: Department in the Of- Florida, described as: 10:00cility. am Supplies
ply can result in sanc- TECTION NOTICE OF Florida Administrative fice .of General Coun- PARCELAuction will occur 2140- Pets/Livestock
tions, including 'dis- INTENTTO ISSUE Code, a person whose (a) The name and ad- sel/ 3900 Common- Lot 16, Block ATES where each vehiclecur 2150- Wanted
missal or striking of PERMIT substantial interests are dress of each agency wealth Boulevard/ Mail CHANAN ESTATES' coated under License
pleadings. I affected by the affected and. each Station 35, Tallahas- according to the pla located, under License
The department of En- Department's action agency's file or identifi- see, Florida/ 32399. thereof, as recorded in AB0000538. Be ad-
Dated: March 27, 2009. vironmental Protection may also request an cation number, if 3000; and by filing a Plat Book21, Page77 lienholder has a right to
gives notice of its intent extension of time to file known; copy of the notice of of the Public Records a hearing prior to the 2100 I
Clerk of the Circuit to issue an environ- a petition for an admin- the appeal accompa- o Okaloosa county schedule date of sale Beautiful Himalan
Court mental resources indi- istrative hearing. The (b) The name/ address/ nied by the applicable Forida h clerk of Beautiful Himalayane $350
BY: Kitty Sims vidual stormwater per- Department may, for and telephone number filing fees with the ap- PARCEL II by filing with clerk f Kittens for sale35
Deputy Clerk m I t good cause, shown, of the petitioner; the propriate district court Lots 22, 24 and 25 c wner/enhodeu r may each 2 left.1616
46-0078142-006-SI, to grant the request for an name, address, and tel- of appeal. The notice of Block C, TRAILWOOD Owner/ venhicleer withmay 850-621-1616
4/4/2009 Bart Begley, CEO Pres- extension of time. Re- phone number of the appeal must be filed ESTATES SUBD instituting judicial pro-
4/11/2009 ident, EWS Holdings, quests for extension .of petitioner's representa- within 30 days from the SION, according to the instituting judicial pro-
4/18/2009 LLC, Post Office Box time rust be filed with tive, if any, which shall date when the final or- plat thereof, as re- cedings po Stin -
4/25/2009 168, Freeport, Florida the Office of General be the address for serv- der is filed with the corded in Plat Book 22 bond as .per -L Sta '
32439 Counsel of the Depart- ice purposes during Clerk of the Depart- Page 1, of the Public 559.917. Net proceeds
The purpose of the per- ment at 3900 Common- the course of the 'pro- ment. Records of Okaloosa amount will be depos
Legal # 120202 mit is to authorize con- wealth Boulevard, M.a 1 ceeding; and an expla- County, Florida, nd with the Clerk of.
struction of the Station 35, Tallahas- nation of how the The application for this which include any and ted with the Clerk of
NOTICE OFSALE stormwater manage- see, Florida petitioner's substantial permit is available for all strips and gores of Co25% BUYERS PRE- rt.
FORSTORAGE ment system for a 32399-3000, before the interests are or will public inspection dur- land adjacent to and 25IU YR PE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS modified C&D debris applicable deadline, Al be affected by the ing normal business used i connection with MIUM
BELONGINGMTO THE disposal facility, for use timely request for ex- agency determination; hours, 8:00 a.m. to the a ove described #KAE888 lien6.14 amt 3100- Antiques
PARTIES NAMED BE- both during day-to-day tension of timeshall toll 5:00 p.m., Monday real property, and all $ 1 3 11- ans
LOW AND LISTED BY operation of the facility the running time period (c) A statement of when through Friday, except right, title and interest V n#1HGCB7651PA 31230--Auctions
UNIT NUMBER WILL and following its clo- for filing a petition until and how the petitioner for legal holidays, at in, to, over and under .n lHC:PAu1 3140- Baby Items
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC sure. Attenuation of the request is acted received notice of the the Northwest District the ways, streets, side- 6798 lienor:D&D Auto 3150- Building Supplies
SALE BY DAY'S stormwater ,flows is not upon. If a request is agency decision; office, 160 Governmen- walks and alleys ad- Sports 733 Edge Street 3160- Business
Fort. Walton Beach Equipment
PAC-RAT MINI- STOR- required. No wetlands filed late, the 'Depart- tal Center, Pensacola, joining the Fort., Watn 3170 Collectibles
AGE AT THE MINI- will be impacted. ment may still grant it (d) A statement of all Florida. above-described real 850-243-1500 l 3180 Computers
STORAGE LOCATED Proper erosion control upon a motion by the disputed issues of ma- property, includingease- $3619.70 1999 Ford2D 3200 Firewood
AT 2510 S. FERDON measures will be em- requesting party show- trial fact. If there are 4/11/2009 not limited to all ease-vin#361970FMYU22X6XUB11 32020 Furniture
BLVD., CRESTVIEW, played during both ing that the failure to none, the petition must mets, licenses and 325 lienor D&D AFMYU UBto 320 FuGarage/Yard Sales
FLA, AT 9:00 A.M., construction and oper- file a request for anex- so indicate; privileges thereto, and 32540- Guns
FLA, AT 9:00 A.M. construction and oper- file a request for an ex- so indicate; all buildings, structures Sports 733 Edge Street 320- Good Things to Eat
APRIL 23, 2009 UN- ation of the tension of time-before and improvements of Fort Walton Beach 3260 Health & Fitness
LESS CHARGES ARE. stormwater manage- the deadline was the (e) A concise statement Something eve kind and de 850-243-1500 3270 Jeweiry/alth & Fitness
PAID IN FULL 'BEFORE ment system, result of excusable ne- of the ultimate facts al- DoSoething every kind and de- 850-243-1500 3270- ry/othing
THE TIME OF SALE. glect. ged, including the Good For on anyERYEXPERTS NC Equipment
The project will be Io- specific facts that the I Fr erectedon, if acdneaia oup
Gregory Lewis Unit# 5 cate at WRH Crest- Enclosure petitioner contends Tomorrow thereon and all materi- FL Miscellaneous
view Debris Disposal warrant reversal or wa used thereon in HOLLY 331-0000 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Cynthia Lafata Unit#33 Facilit on East Little In the event that a modification of the RECYCLE any way used or to be (954) 893301 -0052 320- Plants & Shrus/
Silver oad, east of timely and sufficient pe- agency's proposed ,ac- used in connection with (954) 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
4/8/09 tho Okaloosa Correc- tition foran administra- tion; TODAY! the use, enjoyment, oc- 3340- Sprting Goods
4/15/09 tional Facility, in five heanng is filed, ; TODAV cupancy or operation 4/15/2009 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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Bedroom and liv-
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855-3706
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Yard Sale
Sat. April 18th, 7am-?,
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Sat. April 18th,
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misc.
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Sat. April 18, 8:00a.m. -
Until, 5849 Reinke Dr.
TUPPERWARE
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Gun Show
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Fairgrounds
Apr 18 & 19
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Free Parking
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Online Pharmacy Buy
Soma, Ultram, FIoricet,
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Quantities, Price In-
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Tap and Die Set
New, very large, in
metal case. #1-1" HSS
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4-FAMILY
YARD SALE! .e
Sat. April 18, .% .PEOEN
8am-3pm, 207 Secre-
tariat (behind hospi- 4100- Help Waited '
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
tal) Tools, Painting 41- ales ./Cubs
Equip. & Household 4130- Employment
items. TOO MUCH Information
TO LIST

Crestview
7-FAMILY YARD 4oo
SALE! Administrative / Clerical
Sat. April 18, 7am-?, Adi.
5835 Pinecrest Rd. (Off Admin
Airport Rd.) To much to Assistant
list, no early birds! Admin. Asst. for local
condo assn. Long, -
Crestview term employment, can-
ANNUAL didate should have
RUMMAGE bookkeeping, com-
puter, & communica-
SALE! tion skills. Salary based
Sat. April 18, on Exp. Contact Mr.
8am-Noon, 424 Garden Shelton 850-424-3269
St. (Episcopal Church) WeblD#27853754
Clothes, appliances,
household items, Dance Instructor
exercise equipment, Fred Astaire Studio is
Misc. items.. Good looking for Artistic, Fun,
Prices. Energetic dance in-
structors. No exp.
Crestview needed. Full time
CHURCHWIDE 682-1455
YARD SALE!
Sat. April 18th, 7am-12
400 South Ferdon Blvd. NEW 11AY
Dave Ramsey said sell
everything but the kids' Hair Stylist and Nail
Crestve.w Tech needed for a
Crestview BRAND NEW salon
Multi-Family opening in Crestview.
Yard Sale Great working
Fri.' & Sat. 8am-lpm, environment, location,
4034 Randi Rd.(off Mt. and facilities. Call
Olive). To much to list (850)398-6446. Leave a
Cancel if rain. message if no answer..
Mickey's Grocery &
Crestview Grill is now accepting
Neighborhood applications for'.all po-
Yard Sale sitions. Cooks,
Fri.& Sat., 8am-2pm, prep-cook, wait staff &
#3245-3254. Earl smokehouse. Apply in
Kennedy Rd. Baby person 6407 Hwy 189
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8-till, 596 Brock Ave,
off 85,
Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat., 7am-?, 357
Powell Dr. ( near Bob
Sikes School) Dishes,
clothing, and many-
many misc., household
items.


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formation clerk/. Medi- apartments for the eld-
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setting. HS diploma or disabled. 102 Noble sale. 3bd 2ba, 2 story,
equiv. Computer skills Circle, Crestview, FL 1 ac, fenced in, above
req. Medical office exp. 32539. Call ground pool. $850. mo
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$625.mo 682-3166


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Crestview- 2 BR, 1 BA 3 br, 2 ba; $795
$600. mo $600.dep no
pets Call 398-5757 or -Crestview
420-1517 0226 Runnymeade Dr,
Crestview Bent Creek 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 0 1413 S. Pearl St
cepted. Rental assis- 4.br, 1 ba, $600
tance may be avail. 1 & 0 697 Alabama Ave,
2 BR HC & non-HC ac- 2 br, 1 ba; $600
cessible apts. 209 Bent *0218 Virginia St
Creek Rd. Crestview, 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
FL. Call 850 682-5563, 4644 Bobolink Way
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 2 br, 2 ba, $625
Housing Opportunity .06119 Sonny Lane
3 br, 1.5 ba, $775
Crestview Inn 0 104 Corwin St
Motel $35 d $165 WK, 2 br, 2.5 ba, $795
APT $190 Wk. $575 4 0 5292 Opportunity Dr
wk.Call 682-4466 3 br, 2 ba; $795
Crestview, Bent Creek 0-5255 Sue Cir
Apartments I, Vouchers 3 br, 2 ba, $795
'Accepted. Rental assis- *651 Panama Dr
tance may be available. 4 br, 2 be, $895.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non 3154 Helms Farm
HC accessible apart- 2405 Mbrba; $950
ments. 240Mill Run Dr,
209 Bent Creek Road. 3br, 2 ba; $995
Crestview, FL. Call 179 Conquest Ave,
850-682 5 563, 3 br, 2 ba; $1050
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 0 211 Raptor Dr,
Housing Opporfunity 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
0 6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
rF M Commfiercial
S593 James Lee Blvd
Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba 1600sf, $1200
TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. _
No smoke/pets. Near
Walker Elem. 240-0890 A
Crestview- 3 br. W DA
25ba, leg TH- near
shopping W/D hkup. Teel & Waters
$750 mo. Pet neg. Real Estate
Mil. Disc. 897-0267
RENTALS
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1 3542 Auburn Rd,
|-6140 -$695, 3 br 1 ba, 1 cg,
1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes 1.5 acres
for Rent. Ref req. Call. *'3819 Golden Acres,
682-4070 or 830-2061 $750, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 acre
Baker 3BR/3BA home 3 b 2 ba ,rcg,
with lawn care incl. No11753 br, 2 b, 2tscg,
$900.mo Call 758-1506_ 715 Majestic Prince,
Crestview 3BR/2BA $1200,3br2bano pets
house for rent $550. 428 Riverchase,
mo + $550. :dd Avail. $1300, 3 or. 2 ba 2 cg,
May 1. Call 398-2284 No pels.
290 Main Sireeti
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home OrNL' $850 mol
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real'Estate 315-0972


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682-7777 Available now
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Amenities Include: l% =
Pool,Patios,Garages,Sidewalks,Community Center
Eagle's Landing Is located south of 1-10. From Hwy. 85 go left on Wlldhorse,
right on Riverchase then right on Wingspan Way. M33 u I A


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Roommate to share Holt 2bd 2 1/2 ba,
3br, 2ba, brick house Brick, 1 acre 475 US 0 Down
$450/mo includes all Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq For all land owners.
utils & cable. Call ft of heated and air Your land or family
689-8978 conditioned area. 2 car land. All Credit O.K.
garage, storage build- 850-682-3344
ing at rear of property
210 ft on US Hwy 90 ___
west house and land in
6170 perfect condition.
$150,000 call 862-9013
16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba, or862-3303 NfW TT
W/D hook ups, CH&A,
$675 /mo., $400 dep. -
682-1266 or 978-3196 | Baker- 2006 Horton
16x72 MH. Lived in one
Crestview 3 mobile yr by elderly couple.
homes for rent. No pets Individual wants to xc. Cond. Pay off bal-
Call for info 682-6129 buy house for ance. 582-1640
investment. Call
Crestview Large 651-0987
3BR/2BA Doublewide
on Highland Hills Rd. Get your share of the
Ref. & I.D. Req. Government
$800.mo + $800. dd Bailout.
Call 428-6023 7150 --J Receive up to $8000 to
Beaufort, SC Steal help buy your new
My Marshfront. Owner home... Call Clayton
S,:." sacrifice! Drop dead Homes of Crestview for
Sgorgeous Marshfront. details 850-683-0758
Abutting lot 67 sold
and closed for
$259,900. Lot 68 just
$89,500. Incredible New Govern-.
homesite, beautiful ment Financing
trees, captivating
marsh views. Great Program!
7100, Homes area w/municipal sewer On all 3 or 4 Bed-
7105- Open Houses and water. Nearby hos- rooms! Rates as low as
7110- Beach Home/ pital, hotels dining and 4.75%. No Credit or
Property more. Call: Bad Credit OKI Call.
7120 Commercial (877)671-8837. Clayton Homes of Cre-
7130 Condo/Townhouse stview 850-683-0758
710 FLorms & Ranchesage Free List of Florida/
7160 Mobile Homes Georgia land bargains!
7170- Waterfront 20 acres & up. Best
7180o- Investment land deals in America! .-.----'.
Property www.FreeLandList.com ....
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate Oversize Lake Loti 4.1
7200 Timesliare AC- $25,200 Free Boat
Slipsi (was .$39,900)
Park-, like hardwood
setting near lake. Enjoy
[| 7100 deeded access to pn- A O
vate lake, free boat RECREA ONAl
Bank Owned Prop- slips & pavilion. Quiet 8100- Antiqe &Collectibles
erties Free Lists rd frontage, utilities, 8110- cars
Cellstate Gulfcoast warranty deed. Excel- 8120- Sports utility Vehicles
Realty 850-472-2500 lent financing. Must 8130 Trucks
see, call now 8140- Vans
(888)792-5253, x. 2274. 8150 Commercial
TN Land/Lakes, LLC 6 8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
Sportman's Paradise & Accessories
150 Acres $499,900. 8210 Boats
Nicely wooded with na- 8220-Per Sonalatercraft
ture pond & tons of 8240- Boat & Marine
wildlife. State road Supplies
frontage, utilities. Ideal 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
for hunting, getaway, 8310-Aircraft/Aviation
Ft. Walton farming & livestock. 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
Kenwood Call Jack 8330 Campers & Trailers
602 Moonev (800)242-1802. 8340 Motorhomes


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2005 Sea-Pro
'Fishing Boat
18'6" Fiberglass Out-
board with Depth
finder, Uvewell & Magic
Tilt Trailer $9500
850-685-7097


Joe Babich,
-Automotive consultant for
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to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
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Award lour Silverado Headquarters -Locally Owned & Operated

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95 Honda Civic $5001
95 Toyota Camry $550!
97 VW Jetta $600! Po-
lice Impounds for Salel
hondas chevys jeeps!
for listings (800)
366-9813 ext 9499.



Acura Integra 96 $6501
Honda Civic 96 $500!
Toyota Camry 97 $700!
Ford Taurus 99 $450!
Police Impounds! For
listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9275



Police Impounds! 97
.Honda Accord $500!
96 Honda Civic $500!
For listings call
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1975 Harley Davidson
1000cc Sportster
$4000. O.B.O. CaU
598-4071


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Road

Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
"der roof, 'chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754


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SALEEN 331 SUPERCHARGED SUPERCREW
No Options Missed on this Truck
MSRP $60,950
Sale Price $48,950
Total Savings $12,000 SALEEN RED FLAG
OR 0% up to 60 months / 1.9% 72 months' Supercharged./ 1 Of 100
built in the country
MSRP $49,995
Sale Price $40,995 ,
A lTotal Savings $9,000
OR 0% up to 72 months


NEW FOCUS #70196
MSRP $17,690
Sale Price $13,800
Total Savings $3890

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NEW FUSION SE #89634
Automatic, Pwr Moonroof,
Sync, Rear Spoiler
MSRP,$22,865
Sale Price $17,500
Total Savings $5365


NEW FORD TAURUS LIMITED
Moonroof, Leather, Loaded
MSRP $31,595
Sale Price $25,295
Total Savings $6,300
OR 0% up to 60 months/
1.9% 72 months


NEW FORD EDGE SEL #21060
Navigation, Leather, Reverse
Sensing System, More Extras
MSRP $32,375 '
Sale Price $25,375 '
Total Savings $7,000
OR 0% up to 72 months


NEW FORD SPORT
TRAC LIMITED #60328
MSRP $29,875
Sale Price $23,375


NEW F- 150 #57841
V6, Automatic
MSRP $22,140
Sale Price $18,400


'Total Savings $6,500 Total Savings $3740

Ba'sed'on cumulative survey date of 2008 model year Ford and competitive owners at three months of service in three surveys conducted 9/07-5/08 "Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control. Only use mobile phones and other devices, eve with voice commands, when it is safe to do so. tBased on
unadjusted city fuWl economy from EPA (10/08) and VCA (5/08). EPA-estimated 34 city/31 hwympg, FWD. Actual mileage will vary. Excludes vehicles built for Mazda. ttNot all buyers will qualify for Ford Credit limitd-term financing. Not available on 2010 Fusion Hybrid, Milan Hybrid and '0809/110 Mustang Shelby
GT-500m and '08/09 Shelby GT-500KRm. Customer must be employed for 30 days after purchase. Must be employed full-time for 906continuous days before job loss. Not available to self-employed, part-time or seasonal workers. Maximum monthly payment $700. Not available on EIF-450 and higher models.
Programs subject to change. For all offers, takenew retail delivery from dealerstock by 6/1/0i9.See dealer for full program details andqualifications.


BUY WITH CONFIDENCE-ALL PRICES INCLUDE EXTENDED SERVICE PLAN


-3K Mi, Lthr, Nov, Moon- qAA LIKE NEW, Lded, Low Mi, $ -3 A t Leather, '1 1 0 Sony Nav, Kear View Lamera, Moonroot, rower
oof, XTRA CLEAN,1-Ownr P A4 wV Moonroof, Na, MUST SEE .Wy7W. Automatic. $ I I y7W Running Boards, No Options Missed on This Truck









tt2er 2 04 0 $2 ,600 Windows, Locks $21,800 ow0 e, $19,900
Like New, Leather, A 300 Miles 6, Autndows, Locks, I Ie NewrHYBRID
'Lots of Extras AT0v Automatic, 4cl, $,,0 Vy6, Automatic $2 I8OUU Like New $19900


PRE-OW.NED VEHCILES UNDE
- P7302A- 1999 Saturn SW2 .,,
- :PZ313A 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
9T076B 1998 Dodge Dakota
9TO36A 1997 Ford Ranger Supercab XLT V6
P7343A 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Regular Cab
8T 159B 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis GS
8T356A 2003 Ford Taurus SES
9FO90A 1996 Ford Ford Explorer XLT
8T4.59A 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4.0L
P7279A 2000 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD
P7095A 2001 Ford Mustang GT Coupe
-9T026A .2004 Ford Expedition XLT
V7404A 2003 Dodge Durango SLT
-9TO 14B 2007 Hyundai Sonata
-9jO86B 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Ext 4WD


R ,$10,000
$3400
$3900
$4300
$5800
$5800
$5900
$5900
$5900
$6100
$6200
$7900
$8500
$8900
$9900
$9900


*P7320 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ $10,700
P7284 2007 Dodge Caliber $10,900
P7237 2007 Mazda 3 $11,900
8F336A 2005 Ford F-150 Supercrew XLT $12,400
P7312 2007 Hyundai Sonata GLS $12,500
.P7324 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT $13,300
*81399A 2007 Pontiac G6 $13,500
P7318 2007 Ford Fusion $13,800
P7300 2008 Mitsubishi Galant $14,400


Several
8T456A
,P7310
R7330
P7311
P7315
P7322
R7346
P7301
P7327
R7332
R7339
P7306
P7319A
P7298
R7336
R7335;
R7348
R7325
R7337
R7328.
R7347
SP7321
P7351
P7340


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Ford
Suzuki
Buick
Ford
Pontiac
Honda
Dodge
Ford
Mercury
Ford
Mercury
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Toyota
Ford
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Ford
Ford
Ford
Chevrolet
Ford
Ford
Ford
Mini
Ford
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Focus Starting at $11,900
SX4 Touring Package $14,900
Rainier CXL AWD Price Reduced $14,900
Mustang V6 Leather, Automatic $14,900
G6B $15,400
Accord $16,400
Caliber 22" Wheels $16,400
Mustang .$16,800
Milan $16,900
Escape XLT4x4 $16,900
Grand Marquis LS $17,000
Grand Marquis LS .$17,000
Prius HYBRID $17,500
Mustang GT Saleen Supercharged $17,900
Edge SE $18,600
Mustang $18,00
Escape XLT4x4 $19,600
Escape KLT 4x4 $19,600
Malibu LT $19,800
Explorer XLT $19,900
F-150 Supercrew Lthr. 20" Whis, Must See!! $20,300
Mustang Convertible $21,900
Cooper Convertible $23,900
F-250 Crew Cab Lariat 4x4 Diesel $36,900
F-250 Crew Cab Lariat 4x4 Diesel $39,900


4060 Ferdon Blvd. Cresview, FL 32536
www.HUBCITYSUPERCENTER.com
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"WHILE OTHERS SHUFFLE, WE DEAL!"







888.871.3219
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