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EGLIN AFB The Air Force Armament
Museum was an unlikely spot to hold a
groundbreaking ceremony for men who
make their living in the jungles of South
and Central America.
Yet that is precisely what took place
March 26 as bad weather drove the event
indoors instead of the place where the
U.S. Army 7th Special Forces (Airborne)
will make its. new home on the western
side of Eglin reservation.
The vaunted Green Berets will call Eg-
lin home beginning in 2011. They are com-
ing to a new, state-of-the-art $180 million
complex that will be built a stone's throw
from the Duke entry,
The 2,500 soldiers and their immediate
families, totaling nearly 6,000 newcomers,
will have an immediate impact on north
Okaloosa County
This is going to take some coordination
for all involved.
Water, sewage and transportation is-
sues will have to be overcome, along with
finding room for 2,500 new faces in our
school system.
"Certainly we want them and will wel-
come them with open arms, but a lot has to
be done to accommodate that many people
in such a short time, and the real question
is, are we going to be ready?" said Linda
Parker, a Crestview city cotmucil member.
The easy answer is yes. But looking at
the long-term effect on local roadways.
schools, water and sewage, the picture
becomes a bit murkier.
In a recent interview with Okaloosa
County School Superintendent Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts, the question about schooling
was raised.
As you are probably aware, we are fac-
ing something of an issue with declining
enrollment., in our south county schools,"
said Tibbetts, who then went on to say, "and
it is projected the majority these 7th Spe-
. cial Forces students will help make up for
the losses, but realistically, a good many of
themwill attend north Okaloosa Schools."
According to Tibbetts, school atten-
dance in the south county had declined by
about 2,000 over the past few years. At the


same time, north Okaloosa County schools
have seen increased student population to
the point new schools had to be built.
Crestview Mayor David Cadle said
there will be an influx of new jobs. and
along with those will come shopping and,
recreational impact opportunities, but our
school system and roads, water and sewer
systems will have to make adjustments.
"One of the things we can say with cer-
tainty is they will be warmly welcomed,
and in fact we've already met with many
of the commanders who already came
down here on a fact-finding tour and were
completely satisfied with the quality of our
schools, the availability of shopping and
recreation opportunities." Cadle said.
However, Cadle cautioned there are
things that jnust be addressed. One of
them is transportation.
"This may be a blessing toward helping
us get a bypass around Crestview," he said.
The infamous bypass debate-has slogged
on for years now with no discernable solu-
tion in sight. But as Cadle said, the U.S. Army
hadn't been a factor in the equation before.
As for welcoming our new citizens,
there is no doubt they will be well re-
ceived.
That was a point the commander
of the 7th Special Forces made in
his commentary during the ground-
breaking ceremony.
Brig. Gen. Michael Repass spoke
about the move and how it affects
the men and women under his com-
mand.
"For the past 40 years we've been
based on an army post which we in-
herited, but as we move forward to
our new home here on Eglin Air Force
Base, we will be moving into a canton-
ment specifically built around our
needs, and this is unique in the army,/'
he said. I
Then he began describing the J
terms of the move and how it affect-
ed the soldiers under his command.
"We are coming from one militia
community to another, and we ee
nothing we haven't anticipated or ex-
pected. We feel the friendship that we
have back at Bragg (Fort Bragg, N.C.),
and as far as we are concerned there


is no tradeoff. no or ups or downs. We antici-
pate a fluid and seamless transfer."
Then, looking around, Repass took in;
the photographs of military aviation pio-
neers lining the walls surrounding him..
After a momentary pause he said, "We the
warrior class join your warriors, and we
are all cut from the same bolt of cloth."
Repass then began talking about the
actual move and how it is affecting the
morale of his men and women.
"When we first read the 2005 BRAC
report we were coming to Eglin, and our
first thought was 'Well. OK, what does
that mean for us? A move from an Army
post to an Air Force base'? What a cultural
clash that is going to be,' we thought. But
then it began to sink in, what was happen-
ing was something new, and radical.
"But rest assured, we will become part
of the Okaloosa County conununity, from
Fort Walton to Crestview and beyond. We
will be active in your communities at ev-
ery level," Repass said.
But as Parker said, "We have a lot to
get accomplished before they arrive, and
the sooner we get on track,;the better, off
we will be." &,
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At the
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Jean Lewis,
director
of the
Crestview
Public
Library,
was
recognized
by Mayor
David
Cadle for'
five years
of service
to the city.


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNeiws Bulletin
10-YEAR AWARD:Bill Daigle, a building inspector with the Administrative
Services-department, was honored for 10 years of service to the city.


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'Accounting
workshop' Thursday
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The city of Laurel Hill
will hold a workshop to ex-
.plain Mayor Ferrin Camp-
bell's line-item accounting
of the city finances.. /
The workshop will start
'at 6:30 p.m. April 23. The
regular city council meet-
ing will fellow at 7 p.m. All
citizens and water users
are welcome to attend.
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letin

Motorcyclist in critical
condition following
Saturday wreck
A Crestview man was in
critical condition Monday
morning following a Satur-
day night wreck in which he
was ejected from his bike.
Wilson Terrill Johnson
Jr., 69, was taken to Sa-
cred Heart Hospital after
he failed to negotiate a
curve while traveling south
on County Road 188 in
Okaloosa County.
After leaving the road-
way, he went into a ditch
and struck a concrete cul-
vert, which caused his bike
to become airborne about
15 feet, according to the
Florida Highway, Patrol
press release. Johnson was
ejected from his bike. ,
There were no other cars
involved. Johnson was wear-
ing a helmet, and alcohol was


not a factor, the report said.
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about 6:30 p.m.
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Richburg indicted
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Ray Sansom and North-
west Florida State College
President Bob Richburg
were ,indicted Friday for
official misconduct, a third-
degree felony..
Richburg also has been
indicted for perjury, also a
felony. He is accused of ly-
ing to the grand jury Thurs-
day during his testimony.
A Leon County grand
jury handed down the in-.
dictment along with a nine-
page "presentment" of its
findings. Sansom, R-Des-
tin, had followed Richburg
in testifying.Thursday.
The misconduct charges
stem from activities during
2007 and 2008, when San-
som was the state. House
speaker designate.
He and Richburg are
accused of acting together
with developer Jay Odom
to secure state school con-
struction, funds to build
Odom an airport hangar at
Destin Jet, Odom's business
venture at Destin Airport.
NWF State College an-
nounced Richburg was
placing himself on unpaid
leave as of Monday.
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Arts & Entertainment


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'Footloose' at CHS offers exuberant fun


Spring musical

showcases talent
Review by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
The most frustrating
thing about "Footloose"
is it's next to impossible
to take good photos to
accompany a review
because nobody holds still
long enough. That's bad
for a photographer but .
great for the audience.
For sheer exuberance
and nonstop stage activity,
few musicals can approach
the Dean Pitchford story of
the new boy in town. Done
well, it's a great evening
of kicky songs, humor, a
smooch or two, and lots of
activity, and the Crestview
High School drama
program did it well.
"Footloose" is one of
those entertaining shows
that contains a story
that's interesting enough
to follow but not deep
enough to distract from
the fun. Sometimes you
don't need the theater
to be solving all of life's
woes and explaining its
mysteries when all you
want to do is disconnect
your brain, stick it under
your seat for two and a
half hours and just be
entertained.
With apologies to
Disney, "Footloose" is
the perfect high school
musical. It's a great story
of teen angst and rebellion
and of trying to fit in while
maintaining one's identity.
When the cast of
largely teen characters
is performed by teens,'
unlike the original film
and the Broadway show,
it becomes more personal
for the performers, who in
turn make the audience
believe their characters all
the better. r
Just a little backstory:
"Footloose" can trace
its roots to 1861 with the
founding of Elmore City,
Okla., at which time the
little town's puritanical
forefathers outlawed
,dancing, It wasn't until -
1980 that the archaic law
was challenged by a group
of-teens at the local high
school.
With a population of
fewer than 700, Elmore
City was turned on its ear.
It whs those "rebellious"
kids against the church
ladies. Surprisingly,,
common sense prevailed,
and 119 years after its'
founding, the good people
of Elmore City danced for
joy.
Oscar- and Golden
Globe-winning songwriter,
screenwriter, director,
actor and novelist Dean
Pitchford-heard the story
and knew there was 'a
great film in it. In 1983,
cameras turned in Utah on
"Footloose."
In front of the lens
was anexceptional cast
of Hollywood talent, led
by then 24-year-old Kevin
Bacon as Ren McCormack.
In 1998, Jeremy Kushnier,
a young Canadian actor,
took a 12-hour bus ride
to New York to audition
for the stage version. He
won the role and made his
Broadway debut in the role
made famous by Kevin
Bacon.
The Crestview
production starred senior
Forrest Jenkins as Ren.
It was a great piece of
casting by director Joe
Hernandez. Forrest even
looked a bit Baconesque
and certainly had the
moves down. To singing
and acting, two latent
talents Forrest only
recently discovered he
had, he can add dancing.
More challenging for
Hernandez, however, was
casting adult roles from
a talent pool that wasn't
older than 18. By and


large, he succeeded.
It takes more than a
little gray hair dye to age
,a teen actor. If those of
us out in the darkened ;
;


theater are to believe that
the character is middle-
;aged, the actor has to
,believe it and convey it.
Exceptional
performances were turned
in by Jarick Rivers as
the Rev. Shaw Moore
and Morgan Teel as his
wife, Vi. Jarick's troubled
intensity and Morgan's
patient wisdom defied
their young years.
Similarly, Taneasha
White as Principal Clark
infused her character with
a maturity and confidence
that made anyone who'd
ever been rapped over the
knuckles by a principal's
ruler want to sit on his or
her hands.
Amanda Peck's Ariel
was a gem. Part rebel,
part little girl aching for '
her father's attention,
Amanda's Ariel ran the
gamut of emotions and
did so with sympathy and
fervor.
Kody Lusk's Chuck
Cranston, the gas station
mechanic with the hots for
Ariel, was a fun role and
a departure for a student
performer who's an all-
round nice guy in real life.
Adding a dose of
enjoyable, frequently
humorous, "buddy" back-
up for Ren and Ariel were-
the well-cast Elise Jenkins
(Rusty), Sarah White'
(Urleen), Morgan Gordon
(Wendy Jo), Jesse Hinton
(Bickle) and Branden
Houser (Garvin).
But it was Jason
Porrata who stole the
show. As Ren's new pal
Willard, Jason exhibited
a natural talent for
humor, physical and
facial expression. His
song "Mama Says" was
proceeded at the Friday
night performance by
the opportunity for some
improvisation.
When the curtain
opened on his scene
to reveal two stage'
-hands carting a table off
stage, without breaking
character, "Willard"
informed the audience,
"Well folks, that's what
you get by coming to live
theater."
Friday night's
performance was slightly
marred by a few technical
glitches, which included
some sound dropouts
and muffled audio. As
the revived CHS drama


NEW BOY IN TOWN:
Left, Ren McCormack
(Forrest Jenkins)
meets new classmates
as he starts school
in a rural community
after moving from
Chicago.

MAMA SAYS: Below,
left, Willard (Jason
Porrata, right) shares
some homespun
advice with his new
city-slicker buddy
Ren (Forrest Jenkins,
second from right)
as their pals Bickle
(Jesse Hinton) and
Garvin (Branden
Houser) join in6.

REBEL: Below, right,
Ariel Moore
(Amanda Peck) tries
to connect with her
-increasingly distant
father, the Rev.
Moore (Jarick Rivers).


schools.and community. We eagerly await the fall
Despite a few technical production, tentatively
woes, "Footloose" was a scheduled to be a,Neil
program grows, I hope loans, construction great evening of theater, Simon comedy.
it will be able to add new supplies, and talent must well cast,,well performed See a gallery of
equipment to overcome be acknowledged. It is and great looking. It production photos
such distractions. through such selfless continued a long tradition from "Footloose" on
Meanwhile, community support that the arts can of top-notch productions our Web site, www.,
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Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Poetry is an art that
speaks of every human
emotion and experience.
It can rhyme or not. Its ca-
dence is the rhythm of our
lives. Sometimes it's spon-
taneous, sometimes it's
silly, sometimes it's touch-
ing, sometimes it's sad and
sometimes it comes out a
little pretentious.
The Friends of the Crest-
view Library's third annual
-.


student poetry contest and
open mic night. April 14 at
the Crestview Public Li-
brary was a joyous celebra-
tion of life as experienced
through verse. The event
coincided with National Po-
etry Month.,
Middle school student
poets representing Lau-
rel Hill School and Rich-
bourg and Davidson middle
schools submitted 29 po-
ems between them. First,
second and third-place win-
ners received rosettes, a


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T-shirt and Allan Wolf's
book "Immersed in Verse."
Cal Zathmayr of WAAZ/
WJSB radio served as the
evening's master of cer-
emonies.
Judges of the student
works were Friends of the
Crestview Library poetry
committee chairperson
Debbie Arevala, Friends of
.the Library member Pam
Crowley and University of
West Florida middle school
English major Lauren Are-
vala. Author and poet Dr.
Anne Haw Holt also re-
viewed the students' poems
and offered constructive
criticism.
Good rhythm, vivid im-
agery, serving a purpose
and avoidance of cliches
were the criteria. Each
poem was scored on a scale
of 1 to 10.
Each winning student
was invited to recite his or
her poem before the eve-'
ning was turned over to an


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin


open-mic poetry reading.
"Toy Cars or Broadway"
won the student contest. It
was the work of prolific Da-
vidson poetess Catherine
Hanna, who had sent in 12
poems.
Alex Carr, an LHS eighth
grade student, took second
place for her poem "The
One That Got Away."
: Laurel Hill School eighth
grader Stephen Morgan's


poem "Don't Touch Me"'
was the third-place winner.
Honorable mention win-
ners, who each received a
copy of the book "Wham!
It's a Poetry Jam" by Su-
san Holbrook, were: Amy
Eidem, Richbourg Middle
School, sixth grade; Colby
Barrow, Laurel Hill School,
eighth grade; and Caitlin
Clark, LHS, eighth grade.
."We have to thank the


A POETS: Some of the
ticipants in the annual
nds of the Crestview
ary student poetry
petition: Kneeling: Amy
em (honorable mention),
lissa Frame, and Gage
>od, who represented
friend Colby Barrow
norable mention).
nding: Heath Stewart,
phen Morgan (third place),
ant Harrison, and Alex
rr (second place).

language arts teachers at
.the local schools because
they do encourage this,"
said Debbie Arevala. "It
was really hard to choose
the winners because there
were so many excellent
poems short, long, per-
sonal."
The open-mic segment
opened with a series of
See POETRY A5


A birthday gift for others


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Lillie Gaillard, the daugh-
ter of David and Erin Gail-
lard, turned 7 on March 22
and wanted others to ben-
efit from her birthday party
the next day. She asked her
friends to help.
"She asked for food items
instead of presents, and
that's just what they did,"
said proud mom Erin. "They
took her seriously."
The Bob Sikes Elemen-
tary School first grader, who
also attends Emmanuel
Baptist Church, received
almost 300 non-perishables,
which she and her monm de-
livered to Crestview Sharing
and Caring.


GENEROUS:
Lillie ,
Gaillard's
seventh
birthday
bounty
more than
filled this
shopping
carriage
with
contributions
for
Crestview
Sharing and
Caring.


DORIS MAULDIN 1 Special to the CrestviewNews Bulletin

Police BLOTTER


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
More interesting tales
from local law enforce-
nient reports.
Spittin' Image
Demonstrating how to


make friends and influ-
ence jail staff, a 22-year-old
Crestview man incarcerat-
ed in the Okaloosa County
Jail started shoving around
correctional officers after
they arrived to break up a
disturbance he allegedly-
caused.


I He then spit on both of-
ficers.
A few days later he
punched a correctional of-
ficer who was delivering
paperwork he had request-
ed, and then spit on him as
well.
The inmate "did this be-
cause he did not deserve
to be in jail," his arrest re-
ports quoted him saying.

Eat and Run
Two 23-year-old Crest-
view men had been issued
trespass warnings prohib-
iting them from frequent-
ing their favorite waffle
emporium.
Apparently they for-
got and returned a couple
months later. One ordered
hash-browns, the other an
omelet and hash browns.
When the server recog-
nized them and called po-
lice, they guys fled without
paying for their food.
Both were arrested on
charges of retail theft and
trespassing in an occupied
structure. Hope they serve
hash browns in jail.

Let's Chat
When her hubby came
home with his pals later
than she approved one af-
ternoon, a 31-year-old lo-
cal woman began tossing
his belongings onto the
front lawn. When he tried
to prevent damage to his
speakers, she grabbed him
by the hair and pulled him,
backwards, her arrest re-
port states.
When he and his friends
attempted to flee in his
SU, she took up the chase
and crashed her car into
his.
The three friends cor-
roborated hubby's story,
leading to her arrest on
aggravated battery and
domestic violence charg-
es. She admitted crashing
into his SUV "because he
wouldn't talk to her."
Gee, I wonder why,
when she seems so per-
sonable.


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POETRY from page A4


Catherine Hanna, a Davidson Middle
School eighth grader, won the student
poetry contest with her poem "Toy Cars
or Broadway,' lamenting a life cursed by
the dreaded stage mom.
Young ones prancing all around me
Wondering when their moms will be
happy
Held together by bobby pins and
hairspray.
Just trying their hardest to.make it to,
Broadway.

Music and costumes are meant to
mask.
But children still wonder; they have
to' ask,
"Why do I have to audition here
again?
"What are the chances they'll pick'
me in the end?"
Musical prodigies models, and


heartfelt poems of social
awareness touching on
subjects ranging from the
plight of underprivileged
black Americans to\rela-
tionships, read by Curlon
Moore, grandson of local
civic leader Florence Hayes
and 'the late councilman


stars,
Don I come from mothers who keep
raising the bars
If a child wants to go out to play.
Try to reschedule their modeling day.
Imagination was formed by the
children of the past.. .1.
It's the tool that most matters, it .
shouldn't come last.
S, hy'should children, who just want
to be kids,
SBe left for the judges and.sold for
higher bids?
It.leaves confusion, destruction, and
turmoil("'in their life,
Because their mothers just care about
causing them strife.
They think that their children will
thank them some day,,,
But what they don't'know is that
they're pushing them away.


Sam Hayes.
."I have been writing'
poems since I was in sixth
grade," said Moore, indicat-
ing several well-worn note-
books he had brought, some
with colorful .covers, in
which his poetry has been
.recorded since his youth:


Some were just written on
the day of the reading.
"In the time it takes to
say your ABCs, two people
have contracted HIV," was
a line from his final and
most thought-provoking
poem, which pertained to
the scourge of the deadly


disease.
unmmi Layo, a regu-
lar at, the poetry read-
ings, said "I'm in a kind
of philosophical thing this
evening," and read, among
other works, "Stepping
Forward," which included
the line, "I know one must
never go back, but I know
I must step back to under-
stand the now moment."
Rashad Freeman, 18, an
airman from Philadelphia
now stationed at Hurlburt
Field, enthralled the audi-
ence when he recited sev-
eral touching poems he
had written.
"I started writing po-
etry because it's a way to
escape from everything,"
Freeman explained, add-
ing, "I'm glad to see the
youth here tonight."
His moving "Inno-
cence" included the line,
"I wish I could go back to
when my grandmother
bought md blueberry cot-
ton candy."
Rashad wrote "I Wish"
after his beloved grandfa-
ther passed away.
"I wish I could give you
my voice," it read in part.
Moore's friend and fel-


low airman Zack Schwartz,'
from Illinois, delivered his
first poeni, a piece about the
awkwardness of approach-
ing an attractive girl while
experiencing "Feelings and
emotions spinning through
my head so fast." .
Patricia Toy, a teacher
of more than 30 years, said
"I encourage my students
to come to open mic nights
but I never read any poems
of my own."
Composed on the D-Day
beaches' of Normandy, her
"Souvenirs" was written
because "the students, I
felt, did not quite appreci-
ate what they were experi-
encing."
"I tried to see the ghostly


faces of the child men who
rushed toward the shore,"
read one line.
The evening conclud-
ed with a recitation by
Friends of the Library
president Flo Lembeck,
who delighted the, audi-
ence with witty pieces she
wrote when she was in-
volved in.genealogy.
In "Family Trees" she
wrote, "Tracing your roots
is the greatest of fun,
though you may find a son-
of-a-gun."
In "The 23rd Surname,"
written "with apologies to
the '23rd Psalm," Lembeck
concluded, "I shall dwell
in the musty basements of
courthouses forever."


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OSTF EVENTS: Old
Spanish Trail Festival
Society has planned the
following foi- the 2009 Old
Spanish Trail Festival:
Canoe race, 2 p.m.,
April 25 at Twin Hills Park.
OSTF/Hub City Bass
Masters Youth Fishing
Tournament, April 26
at the east pond at Twin
Hills Park. Registration is
for children ages 2-13 at 11
a.m.; competition starts at 1
p.m. Prizes for every angler
plus the top three anglers.
Competitors should bring
pole and bait
Carnival, April 29 to
May 2 at the Old Spanish
Trail Park. Come to-the
midway for food, games and
rides!
Treasure Hunt, April
27, ending at 7 p.m. May
2 or when the treasure is
found. Clues will be posted
at in the Bulletin, the Daily
News, on WJSB/WAAZ and
online at www.ostf.info and
www.cvctv.info.
The entertainment
schedule will be announced
soonL
CHAMBER EVENTS:
April 23: 7:30 a.m. board
meeting at the chamber;
4 p.m. ribbon cutting at


Emerald Coast Aviation
(Bob Sikes Airport).'
April 24: 1:30 p.m. rib-
bon cutting for Crestview
Physical Therapy Clinic,
577 Brookmeade Drive.
More information avail-
able at www.crestview-
chamber.com.
HELPING HANDS
DAY: On Saturday, three
areas of Okaloosa County
will be hosting activities of
service.
Crestview's activities will
begin with a meeting with
Mayor David Cadle, where
site leader George Dunn
will present 72-hour survival
kits to the mayor and the
city council members.
There is an ongoing
food drive. The food will be
donated to the local food
banks on this day.
This team is also
collecting comfort toys
for displaced children
and will present them to
the Okaloosa County
Trauma Intervention
Program and the sheriffs
department. Hygiene kits
are being provided for
the local schools, Family
First Network and Shelter
House.
The team will provide


free pre-hurricane yard
service to the elderly and
disabled. Those who qualify
for this service should'
contact George Dunn at
(850) 603-0539orsendhiman
e-mail at georgedunnlli@
gmail.com.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Saturday
from 10 a.m. until the month-
ly allowance has been dis-
tributed at New Beginnings
Church, 412 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview. Details:
Jimmy Smith, 689-2988.
New Beginnings Church is
an equal opportunity pro-
vider.
VENDORS WANTED:
MOMS Club of Crestview
is sponsoring a Spring
Fling Consignment Sale on
Saturday 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.
CAR WASH: The
Calvary Apostolic Church
1.


is preparing for its annual
spring car wash to benefit
the Back to School Bash in
August.
The car wash is on.
Saturday at the AutoZone
at 2045S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview 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.
ABWA SUNSET
CRUISE: Join the
Emerald Coast Chapter
of the American
Business Women's
Associationincluding the
Crestview Express Network
members and their guests
on board the Southern Star
in Destin for a Dolphin
Sunset Cruise on April 28
from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Come learn more about
ABWA and its networking
opportunities, monthly
educational programs,
regional and national
conferences, recognition
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programs and scholarships
to' help local students.
It costs $15 per person.
Details: Tammy McDaniel,
emeraldcoastabwa@gmail.
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CRESTVIEW'S
RELAY FOR LIFE: will
be held May 15 and 16 at the
Old Spanish Trail Park on
Stilwell Blvd. in Crestview.
It starts at 6 p.m. and ends
at 12 p.m. the next day.
Raise money for
research and programs
of the American Cancer
society and enjoy activities
planned for the entire
family.
A Relay For Life Yard
Sale fundraiser will be held
at Central Baptist Church,
710 James Lee Rd. in
Crestview from 7 to 11 a.m.
on Saturday. All proceeds
go to the American Cancer
Society.
PRO WRESTLING:
The Southern Wrestling
Alliance presents pro
wrestling on Saturday at.
the Crestview National
Guard Armory. Doors
open at 6:30 p.m. Bell time
is 8 p.m. Tickets are $10
for ages 12 and up,. $8 for
ages 6 to 11. Youths 5 and
under admitted free. The
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main event features Buff
"The Stuff' Bagwell vs.
"Every Woman's Dream"
Mr. Fantasy, with Big Dog
Ryan Mills. The card also
features a semi-main event,
a Hair vs. Drbss match, a
Fatal 5 Way, and more.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County are listed below. 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.
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
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Education


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Region-wide recognition for Davidson


UP. UP AND AWAY


Principal Beth Walthall
provided this report from
Davidson Middle School.
Our Minority Council
traveled to Atlanta the
weekend before spring
break began for college
visits at Spelman &
Morehouse Colleges. The
group also attended an
Atlanta Hawks-Boston
Celtics basketball
game, toured the CNN
headquarters and visited
the World of Coke.
There were eight
regional science fair
winners representing
Davidson Middle School at
the state science fair. ,
Some of our eighth
graders are traveling to
Washington, D.C., this
week for an educational
and fun-filled week.
We had 27 students
chosen to participate in
Duke University's TIP
program. As 7th graders
they had the option of
taking either the ACT
or the SAT. We had nine


I FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
students qualify for
state recognition based
on their test scores.
Kristen Bufldn scored
high enough for national
recognition. During the
six years I have been
at Davidson'this is the
first time we have had a
student score high enough,
for national recognition.
We had three students
qualify for the state special
Olympics! Darin Atkins
(running long jump and
100 meter run), Tiffany
Howze (100 and 200 meter
run) and Janae Momany
(running long jump and
100 meter run).
Evan Stegner
represented Davidson at
the Regional Spelling Bee
in Panama City in March.
DMS honors night is
May 18 at 6 p.m. in the gym
Davidson and


Richbourg choral students
will be combining their
spring concerts as part
of transitioning into our
new school zones. The
combined concert will
feature music from the
'50s through the '70s. The
concert will be held May 14
at 6:30 p.m. at Woodlawn
Baptist Church
*/ Our band concert will
be held on May 19 at 7 p.m.
in the Crestview High
School Auditorium
Our SSTRIDE
students are having a field
trip to FSU on May 7.
.* Our FCAT fun days
will be held May 20-22.
We had a family
night at the book fair
in conjunction with
family evening for Mrs.
Richardson's class.
Incoming sixth
graders will be touring
Davidson on April 30 and
May 1 during the day.
"From the Principal's
Office" provides updates
on schools in north
Okaloosa County.


READY TO SOAR: Gabriella Grois (fourth grade), a gifted student at Antioch
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A8 I Crestview News Bulletin


Opinion


Wednesday. April 22.2009


HUBBUB
Topic: Crestview Police Department officer unin-
jured in auto accident.
Why is this dumb mess in the paper? If this place
were bigger than Mayberry then this wouldn't even be
news! All an article like this does is give those people
that either got fired or could never become police of-
ficers something to talk about. I just want to thank all of
you who sit at your computers comfortably hidden and
ridicule these officers while they work tedious hours
and make split decisions that you have years to analyze..
Keep up the good work!

There it is, the typical response from someone that
believes they don't have to accept responsibility for what
they've done. "It's not newsworthy." "You have to make
snap decisions." The issue at hand here is the attitude
of the police and their "we don't make mistakes" de-
meanor. The public is much more receptive to'someone
saying, "I screwed up and this is what I'm going to do to
fix it."

Where and when did this officer try to make excuses
or deny responsibility for his actions? The bottom line is
that the officer was involved in a vehicle accident; just
one of over 1,000 that occur just within the city limits of'
Crestview alone each year.
He witnessed a more serious crash, tried to turn
around, and made a split second mistake and got into
a minor crash. Big deal. I don't think the officer ever
made any public statements about the incident nor did
any other law enforcement officer. Just let it go. To the
officer, thank you for your service and sorryforyour-
misfortune. We, the majority of the citizens of Crest-
view, support your actions and thank youtfor a job well
done.
,* ,
The officer did a fine job and attended to the other
accidentbefore being treated for, his own injuries. Many
officers are cited when there is a clear violation in a traf-
fic crash. Be thankful these guys are there to help when
Syou need it.
Topic: Guest columnist Lena Torres writes that if
taxes on cigarettes, will be raised, then taxes on alco-
hol should be raised for the same reasons.
I feel the same way. Taxes should be raised on al-
cphol. This is an issue that needs to addressed. Maybe
put the taxes from alcohol toward the social security
benefits.

How about fast food? Obesity in this country is out of
control, causing major health care issues. Where does it
end?

Topic: Crestview city council member Charles
Baugh donates funds left over from his city council
campaign to seven local organizations.
You're, A-OK Councilman Baugh. Keep walking,
working and caring for our city and its citizens. Those
seven charities, especially Sharing and Caring, do a
lot for our area. Good luck with your term, and don't
change..
Good job, councilman. Congrats on your election'and
* council VP selection. I'm hopeful those charitable orga-,
nizations will do the most good for our citizens with your
kind donation. Your leading by example must be one of
' those military traits.




Profundity


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"For some people, smoking and drinking'

are modes, of counterfeiting illness, and,
so appealing for attention."


SIR KINGSLEY AMIS
(1922 1995)
English novelist, poet, critic and teacher,'!
in The James Bond Dossier


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PASSING SHOTS


Tea glass half full or half empty?


Plenty of tea was flowing
during the Citizens Against
More Taxes tea party this
past Wednesday in downtown
Crestview.
About four hundred people
turned out to voice their dis-
pleasure with what many see
as wasteful govern-
ment spending as
well as some displea-
sure with other politi-
cians and issues.
The concept was a
good one. Who would ,
argue against lower
taxes and more ef- KYLE
ficient government. (850)
spending?
Will the tea party make a
real impact on local politics?
It's a glass half full, glass half
empty question.
Glass half full: The event
showed there is a great inter-
est in local and national poli-
tics and that the people can
make a difference...
Glass half empty: ... ex-
cept the same kind of effort
likely would be needed every
day for many days for elected
officials to truly take notice.
How can the tea party at-.
tendees transform the energy
created at the event into legiti-


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mate action?
Here's a realistic sugges-
tion for all of the tea party
attendees: Make an effort to
attend at least one meeting of-
your city council, county com-
mission or local fire district
every month.
There were several
hundred people at the
i. tea party. I've never
seen more than sev-
: eral dozen at a local .
government meeting.
If you were that in-
terested in protesting
lRIGHT your government's ac-
82-6524 tions, then you should
be equally interested
in seeing how your govern-
ment actually functions.
And, in the words of
Citizens Against More Taxes
chair Dan Bowers Sr., if gov-
ernment officials know people
are watching, they'll pay more
attention to what they're do-'
ing.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact
him at 682-6524, or e-mail,
kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Read the full version of
this column at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


FIX THE ROADS!
A CORRECTION!

Thanks to "daved", who
correctly pointed olt on the www.
crestviewbulletin.com Web site that
unincorporated county parks are
MSTU funded and cannot be used for
purposes other than unincorporated
county parks.
I had suggested the roughly $2
million increase in unincorporated
parks spending since 2007 instead be
used on fixing north county roads, but
the funds cannot be used in that way.
My apologies for the error.
So, that idea won't work. In fact,
much of the county spending many
in the north county might find least
necessary (beach restoration, for
example) is funded in similar fashion
and could notbe used for other
purposes.
How would you find money to
fix the roads without increasing the
. county budget? Click bttp://www..
co.okaloosa.fl.us/bcc_budgets.html
for links to the most recent county


budget


t.
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


I have been recently
informed that the city
of Crestview along with
Okaloosa County has
partnered with other
entities to commission
Kimley-Horn and
Associates to draft an
access management
plan for State Road 85 .
from Airport Road to
Rattlesnake Bluff Road
in Crestview. The current
draft of this plan provides
for four-lane raised median
construction through most
of the city of Crestview.
Ostensibly, this plan was
drafted in an effort to
"enhance travel flow and
safety."
However, I feel the data
provided by Kimley-Horn
is insufficient to justify any
conclusion that the plan, if
implemented, would indeed
enhance traffic flow and
safety. Further, Kimley-
Horn and Associates only
give passing mention to
the potential negative
economic consequences of
implementing the plan. If
the plan is implemented,
access to dozens of
businesses along the'
corridor will be limited
by the raised medians,
Patrons on the "wrong
side" of the raised median,
will have to travel beyond
the business, execute a
U-turn and return to the
business. The patron will
then slow and turn into the
business. The total number
of turns required to visit


the business will double -
seemingly increasing the
patron's risk of an accident.
Moreover, when they leave
the business, theywill have
to travel in the "wrong"
direction and execute
another U-turn just to
resume their previous /
direction of travel- again"
potentially increasing their
risk of an accident.
STwo critical points
derive from this last
observation.
First, with regards
to safety, Kimley-Horn
provides no data on the
safety-of U-turns when,
returning to a businesses
compared to a direct left
turn into the business. One
would think that this would
be of critical importance to
the safety of those who will
be forced to routinely make
U-turns just to patronize
the businesses that they
frequent. If executing
multiple U-turns is less
,safe than a single direct
turn, patrons may shy away
from businesses where
these multiple U-turns are
required.
Second, Kimley-Horn
provides no real data on
the potential economic
impacts of limiting access
to business along the,
route. They note that
"this has been studied in
Florida and across the
United States" and that the
findings are mixed. First,
for "businesses that are
'destinations' where the


user is going for a specific
purpose" they are "not
affected at all by access
management changes."
Second, for "businesses
that are served by pass-by
traffic it has been found
that in most cases that user
behavior is not affected."
However, their efforts end
there.
It is of little comfort to'
businesses like ours that
no hard data is presented
to substantiate these
claims. Moreover, for so-
called "non-destination"
businesses, the "in most
cases" disclaimer is
unacceptable. What were,
the economic impacts in
cases where user behavior
was affected? One finds
it exceptionally difficult
to believe that Kimley-
Horn, the State of Florida,
Okaloosa County and the
city of Crestview could
hold revenue-generating
businesses in such
high disregard as to be
completely dismissive of
the potential impacts of
the proposed restructuring
efforts on those businesses.
These impacts must be
understood in detail,
particularly at a time
when both business and
government revenues have
plunged so dramatically
and the potential'
consequences are so great.
I, like everyone else who
does business in the city
of Crestview, am always
pleased to see the city make


progress. Growth is good
for business. Plans that
encourage growth are good
for business. I might also
note that what is good for
business is generally good
for the city of Crestview
because increased business
generates increased
revenue for the city, the
county and the state.
These increased
revenues in turn allow the
city to make improvements
that foster business
growth, thereby raising the
standard of living for all
area residents. However,
I think it is incumbent
upon those who support
plans that are potentially
detrimental to the health
of the area's economy
to demonstrate that the
positives outweigh the
negatives. The current
Access Management Plan
is woefully inadequate in.
that respect indeed the
plan itself highlights its,
own failure by using obtuse
language in an effort to,
reach for broad and general
conclusions all while
obscuring the potential
negative consequences.
I think it is incumbent
upon elected officials and
local planners to give us
the hard facts before they
,execute a costly plan that
could destroy the current
business climate in the area
that is being affected.
Keith Lewis is the'
owner of Lewis and
Company Jewelry.


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Local


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PHOTOS BY kYLE WRIGHT! Crestche Nowv Bulletin
MODEL T: This classic Ford was parked outside Ron's
Appliances and Antiques.


Classic cars cruise


through Crestview


* Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The ninth Spanishl
'Trail Cruisers Time-
less Classics Car Show
revved 'things up in,
Sdpwntown Crestview on
Saturday.
A' crowd of 6,000'
packed Main Street to
peek under the hoods of
the 105 classic vehicles
on display on both sides
of the street.
The event included a
morning poker run and
awards.
See. more photos
from the Spanish Trail
SCruisers Timeless
'Classics Car Show at
www.crestviewbulle--
tin.com.


SPANISH TRAIL
CRUISERS WINNERS
Mayors Choice winner
Aaron Wilson; 1931 Mod
A Ford Green
Best of Show winners
Rodney Dunaway, 1964
Ford Falcon Black; Dallas
Hardig,. 1950 Chevrolet Red
Convertible; Daniel Crawley,,
1968 Pntiac Firebird
Green: Charlie Leaver, 1968
Chevrolet Camoro Silver;
Glenn Smith, 1957 Chevrolet'
Belair; Red Piney, 1957 V
W Beetle Convertible Block,
Jackie Heath, 1940 Buick
Special Khaki' Al Timo, 1953
Packard Convertible White;
Skotty Short, 1923, Ford T
Bucket Red
Poker run winners
-Kalinna Harris ($100),
Paul Harris ($200), Harold
Mitchell ($200), Wayne.
Reeves ($500)


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Ubrary

ADULT PROGRAMS
"Who Gets Grandma's Yellow
Pie Plate? Transferring Personal.
Possessions" will be presented by
Elaine Courtney on May 5. Elaine
is the University of Florida Oka-
loosa County Extension Family
& Consumer Sciences Agent. Do
you have heirloom items or special
things that you would like to pass
on to your family and friends?
Transferring personal possessions
causes trouble in many families.
Whether it is old wedding photos,
china, jewelry or a yellow pie plate,
. dividing and passing on these
items can be challenging. What are
the ways you can do that with-
out a fuss? Come to our 1st Tues-
day Lecture series and find out.
The program starts at 10:30
a.m., with coffee and cookies
served beginning at 10 a.m. Top-
ics for all of 2009 may be found on
our library Web site at Wwvww.cityof-
crestview.org/library.htm.
Are you interested in joining
a book club? The topic can be any
genre you are interested in such
as mysteries, romance, adventure,
thrillers, sci-fi or whatever else
your heart desires. Just call us,
give your name and phone num-
ber to the circulation desk. Our
Library Director, Jean Lewis; will
call you about an organizational
meeting. ,
Join our knitting and cro-
chet group every Wednesday at
10:30 a.m. For more information
e-mail Rae Schwartz at bakerny@
yalioo.com.
Join the library's Online Book
Clubs and start receiving chapters


from popular books in your daily
e-mail. Every day, Monday through
Friday, we'll send you a portion of
a book that takes only five minutes
to read. During the week, you will
have a chance to read 2 to 3 chap-:
ters, enough to know if it's a book
you want to finish. You can read a
wide variety of books including fic-
tion, nonfiction, romance, business,
teen and mystery books.
The Online Book Clubs are a
free service. You don't even need a
library card.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
Lap Sit, held in the Story
Room, is designed for children
under the age of 3 with their care-
giver. Older children, of course, are
always welcome. Join us at 10:15
'a.m. for stories, songs, and finger-
plays. Lap Sit ii offered on Mon-
days and Tuesdays. Pick the day
that works best for you. Pick up
one of Miss Heather's pamphlets
at the front desk.for the entire
schedule. The theme April 27 and
28 will be "Dog Dreams"
Story Time is designed for
those who are at least 3 years old
(unless accompanied by an older
sibling) and meets at 10:15 a.m.
on Wednesday and Thursdays in
the Meeting Room for stories and
songs. After the program, you and
your child may do a pimple craft
together. The theme April 29 and
30 will be ''Toys, Toys, Toys"
Teen Time with the Wii is
-,designed for ages 12-18 only. Nin-
tendo Wii will be available for play
on Friday afternoons from 2 to 4
p.m. Parents and family members
are welcome to hang out and use
the library, but the Wii activities
are only available to teens. If you,
have any questions, just call the


Crestview Library and ask for
Miss Janice.

STAFF PICK
"The Story of Edgar Saw-
telle" by David Wroblewski (CD
Fic Wro). I listened to this story
on CD in my car. Now.I wish I had
saved it for listening inside at night
with fewer interruptions. Edgar,
the main character, is born mute.
He does learn to speak with his
hands through sign language and
writing. The family raises a rare
breed of dogs. Edgar is about ready
to graduate from high school. He
gets a scholarship and is about to
take off. He changes his mind and
decides to stay home after a tragic
event occurs. I really enjoyed this
book. The narrator keeps the mind
.afloat and lets the imagination take
flight. Throughout the book the
sense of foreboding slowly builds,
making this story hard to put down.

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

CONTACT US
Internet: www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Fax: 689-4788
Address: 1445 Commerce Dr.,
Crestview, FL 32539 (Behind the
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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Easter at the White House '_


Baker School kids attend

traditional Egg Roll
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Like other area kids, Lamar and Alena
Banks enjoyed typical kids' Easter activities.
They hung out with their cousins, rolled Easter
eggs on the lawn, got hugged by an oversized
Easter bunny and even shot a few hoops.
The difference was the lawn on which they
rolled their eggs was in front of the White
House, and the court on which they joined a
pick-up basketball game was President Barack
Obama's.
Lamar, 11, and Alena, 8, live with their
grandparents, Clarence and Bertha Collins,
between Milligan and Baker. Their mom, An-
gela Banks, lives in Maryland and got the cov-
eted tickets to the annual White House Egg
Roll online.
The Baker School students flew up to Wash-
ington the morning of April 11, where they joined
their cousins Sydney and Taylor Collins for the
fun at the White House on Easter Monday.
In addition to the egg roll, activities in-
cluded a Kids Kitchen where children learned
some cooking techniques, live music includ-
ing Ziggy Marley and Steve Songs, story tell-
ing, Hop to It dance and jump rope activities,
Sports Courts and crafts.
"''Oh, gosh! It was gorgeous!" exclaimed
Mom Angela afterward. "It was cold but it was
so nice!
"My son actually played on President'
Obama's private basketball court. He was so
excited!",
Banks said all the kids who participated re-
ceived commemorative posters designed by a
child artist and a green souvenir Easter egg
signed by the president and first lady Michelle
Qbama.


Photos by ANrGELA BANSI |IS opecsai to me Lrestview INews ulletin
EGG ROLL: Above, Lamar and Alena Banks, in black and
purple coats, respectively, and their cousins, Taylor (in blue
hat) and Sydney Collins get into the action of the annual
Easter Egg Roll on the'White House lawn. HAPPY EASTER!:
Taking time out from all the activities for a moment with the
Easter Bunny are, from left, Lamar Banks, 11; his cousins
Sydney, 9, and Taylor Collins, 6; and his sister, Alena, 8.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
MEET YOUR CONGRESSMAN: U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller talks
with Crestview Housing Authority resident Juanita
See during his visit on Monday.

U.S. Rep. Miller

came to listen' during

Crestview stop


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller
made a stop at the Crest-
view Housing Authority on
Monday.
"I came to listen and
hear what's going on with
you," Miller told those in at-
tendance as he took ques-
tions from the audience.
Miller discussed the role
of a Republican congress-
man in a Washington, D.C:,
controlled by a Democratic
Congress and president.
"We live in a very con-
servative part of the world,
and I'm one of those guys


that's pretty far to the right.
I'm waiting to work biparti-
san-ly with the new admin-
istration," stated Miller.
Asked about the stabil-
ity of our military bases,
Miller replied, "Strong as
acid. We're in good shape
here locally"
He pointed out the eco-
nomic impact that the 7th
Special Forces and the
Joint Strike Force will have
on the local area.
"It's time to move for-
ward and make this the
home of the Joint Strike
Force. In the long run,
they're coming, and it's my
job to protect and enhance
it," added Miller.


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NOFD: We will

welcome suggestions


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Just to make it clear:
If the city of Crestview
will assist the North Oka-
loosa Fire District citizens
committee in its search for
suggestions to improve the
NOFD's operations, the
NOFD board of commission-
ers woild be appreciative.
At the same time, al-
though the citizen's advi-
sory committee wants the
city's input,_it is not autho-
'rized to negotiate or make
any agreements on behalf
of the NOFD.
That was the gist of a


letter drafted by the NOFD
board of commissioners dur-
ing its meeting Thursday.
The letter is intended
to assure the city of Crest-
view that it would welcome
a response to a similar
niessage from the NOFD's
newly formed citizens ad-
visory committee to Crest-
view Mayor David Cadle. ;
The initial message from
the citizens committee
sparked discussion during
Monday's Crestview city
council meeting over how
- or if the city should
respond.
Read more at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Laurel Hill announces workshop
Special to the News Bulletin

The city of Laurel Hill will hold a workshop to explain
Mayor Ferrin Campbell's line-item accounting of the city
finances. The workshop will start at 6:30 p.m. April 23.
The regular city council meeting will follow at 7 p.m. All
citizens and water users are welcome to attend.

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NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
High School baseball
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem,
S H,5 p.m.

Middle School baseball
: Davidson at Pryor,
3-30 p.m.
Rithbourg at Meigs,
: 3:30 p.m.

Middle School softball
.Davidson at Pryor,
,3:30 p.m.
Richbourg at Meigs,
3:30 p.m.

.Middle School golf
Richbourg at Lewis,
3p.m.
Bruner at Davidson,
.2:30 p.m..

Middle School tennis
Meigs at Richbourg,
3 p.m.

Tuesday
High School baseball
Crestview at Mosley,
6:)0 p.m.

High School softball
Crestview vs.Tate
District I-5A tournament
at Nicevill. 5 p.m.
Baker vs. winner PDL-
Freeport. District I-2A
tournamencatJay,4 p.'m.
Laurel Hill vs. Central,
District I-IA tournament,
"4 p.m.

High School track
Crestview at County
: Meet, FWB, 3 p.m.
Baker at District I-IA
Meet at Jay, 12:30 p m.

Middle School tennis
Pryor at Davidson,,3 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
April 9
I. Cairlos Jones,Werth
Pittman. Neil Thompson,
David Hinnanr, Richard
Lawson -7
2. Dick Furrow, Bill
Chandler, David Gansel,
Charlie Peele, Don
Mazerat -6
3.Ron Boisjolie, Don
l Kearney, Don Widmaier,
Jesse Dennis -6

SHeart Association
tournament at
Foxwood, April 10
FlightA A
I.Jerry Maughon, Mike
Bouchard. Buddy Hartzog,
Steve Whiddon 58
2 Jeff Holmes, Brad
Gutnik. Larry Fordyce,
Tom Prier 59
3. Steve Mobley, Chris
Johnson. Ron Henderson,
Rance Harrell 59

Flight B
I .Tracy Bonham,Will
Bonham. Ron Magruder,
Brandon Moser 64 .
2.Aaron Daniel, Dale
SAnderson, Skip Kemp, Bill
Chandler 64
3. LeoTisa, Bill Leach,.
Chester Highsmith, Dave
Smith 64

SFlight C
S I.Archie Perez, Hal
SJellison,Jennifer Peacock,
J, Jesse Dennis 66
2. Erik Fordyce, Bobby
.'., :Johnson, Clay Johnson,
S:' Brian Halbert 69
'.i s 3: Bart Begley, Bruce Roy,
; ..James Blaycock, Patrick
O'Neil 70

,': Foxwood C.C.
Sunday Lowball
April 12
I, Larry Fordyce, Dean
SMartin,Tom Prier, Ken
SRudnicki -13
*" 2. Richard Lawson,
; ; Chester Highsmith, Bill
-Ward, David Hinnant.-10O
S 3. Gene Cox,Archie
Perez, Jesse Dennis, Don
iWidmaier, Hal Jellison -10
4. Howard Jack Pattern,
Gene Parish, Bo Belanger -8


SOFTBALL *



Postseason preview
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District 1-5A: Dawgs on a roll
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DISTRICT 1-5A SOFTBALL
TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
Monday at Niceville
Pace vs. Fort Walton Beach, 5 p.m.
Escambia vs. Choctawhatchee, 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Niceville
: Crestview vs. Tate, 5 p.m m
Pine Forest vs. Niceville, 7 pm.
S.Thursday at Niceville
SEscambia/Choctaw winner vs.
'Crestview/Tate winner, 5 p.m.
Niceville/Pine Forestvwinner vs. Pace/
FWB win ier, 7 p.m.
Friday at Niceville
Championship,game, 7 p.m.


Randy Dickson
,CrestviewNews Bulletin
Clich6s aside, Crestview's
softball team is peaking at the,
right time,
The Bulldogs struggled
through the first two-thirds of
their schedule with a 1-9 record,
but with the District 1-5A tour-
nament looming, they got hot
down the stretch.
Crestview -(4-10) 'has won
three of the last four games and
took a lead into the seventh in--
ning against Choctawhatchee in
the game it lost.
The No. 7 seed Bulldogs will
try to continue their hot streak
Tuesday as they open district
tournament play against No. 2
seed Tate at 5 p.m.
Bulldog coach Amy Peters
said the team is looking forward
to another shot at the Aggies.
"All the girls on my team are
saying, 'We need'to play these
teams one more time,"' she said.
"They know how much they've:
improved and how much 'onfi-
dence they have on the field.
"They are finally playing to-


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ANN SPANN CrestviewiNews Bulletin
SAFE AT SECOND: Crestview's Sarah Cadenhead
slides safely into second as Baker second
baseman Carly Barton tries to catch the throw.
CHS beat Baker 4-3 on Tuesday.


gether as a team, which is what
you really need to be success-
ful. The girls are really looking
forward to playing Tate because
we played them so early in the
season."
Peters admits Tate did a
number on Crestview in the ear-
lier meetings. '
"They gave us a pretty good
whipping," she said. "But we've
improved so much.,I think if we
come out there mentally ready
we will do OK out there."
Peters' patience has done
wonders for the team. She said
the light seemed to come on
when she gave them the "We
are going to get better" speech.
Before that the team had an
attitude of, "we stink this year,"
she said. "But they kept work-
ing and kOpt getting better, and
that's what you have to do.
"That builds the confidence,'
and they gradually saw them-
selves getting better. Now I
think they really know they can
play and be successful at this
level."
Since the Bulldogs aren't
hosting the tournament, Nicev-


ille is the next best place for Pe-
ters, who lives in the city..
"It's going to help (the CHS
players) because it's a place
they are familiar with," she said.
"And their parents are going to
be able to be there to support
them-because it's so close.
In order for the Bulldogs to
be successful, Peters said they'll
need to put the ball in play, man-
ufacture runs, play good defense
and have pitcher Britany Kelch
on her "A" game.
And she believes that can
happen. .
"I told the girls, 'If you don't
think we can go all the way, you
shouldn't be out here,"' Peters
said. "As a team we have im-
proved so much that we have to
have the confidence that we are
going to go put there and be sue-
cessful. I think if the girls have
the confidence that they are go-
ing to be successful, we are go-
ing to be successful asa team."
Visit our online prep sports
refnce paes at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com to recap the
Crestview softball season.


District 1-2A: Baker hopes good fortune continues


Randy Dickson.
Crestview News Bulletin -

BAKER Sometimes it helps to
be lucky as well as good.
In the case of the Baker soft-
ball team, the Gators were a little
of both.
Following) Thursday's loss
against South Walton the Gators
had an 11-10 record in an up-and-1
down season.
Most of the ups came in Dis-
trict 1-2A play, where Baker was 6-
2 and tied Jay for the best record.
That was the good: As for the'
lucky, the Gators earned the No.
1 seed in the district tournament
based on the third tiebreaker.
"We split with each other and
then, we both split with Vernon,
and we beat everybody else," Ga-
tor coach John Carlisle explained.
"Everything else was the same;
head-to-head record, district re-
cord, we lost to the same people.
"When .it comes down to the
third tie-breaker it looks at your
road record. We were undefeated
on the road and Jay lost to Vernon
on the road. They were 3-1 on the
road and we were 4-0 on the road,
and that's what clinched it for us."
It might be a good thing the
Gators have been road warriors
this year. They open play in the


DISTRICT1-2A
TOURNAMENT
Monday at Freeport
Ponce de Leon vs.
Free'port\ "
Tuesday at Jay
Winner PDL/Freeport vs.
'Baker, 4 p.m.
Vernon vs. Jay, 6 p.m.
Thursday at Jay
Championship game; 6
Sp.m. .

district tournament Tuesday at 4
p.m. in Jay. Their opponent will be!
the winner of the Ponce de Leon/
Freeport game, which will be
played Monday at Freeport. Jay
and Vernon will meet in Tuesday's
second game.
The tournament championship
game is set for 6 p.m. on Thurs-
day.
Carlisle sees the tournament
as wide open as the Gators go for
their third straight district title.
"It could go any way," he said.
"Who ever wins out of that four-
five seed (PDL-Freeport) game,
they definitely want to play the
spoiler role. .Hopefully that won't
happen, and we will do the things
we need to do to get us to Thurs-


day (the championship.game).
"The matchup that worries me
is the two-three seed, and that's
what I had in the back of my mind
all year long. I figured Jay and
us would have the better records
and Vernon would fall into that
No. 3 sbed, and a lot of time that
team makes me a little nervous
because you never know how they
are going to play."
Carlisle said at times Vernon
can play lights-out.
The Gators have been their
own worst enemy in many of their
losses. Carlisle was trying to cor-
rect the defensive mistakes and
mental lapses as his team closed
out the regular season.
"Two years ago we had a simi-
lar type ball club," he said. "We
hovered right around .500 most of
the season and got hot late in the
season and ran off a string of con-
secutive wins and ended up mak-
ing it to the regional finals. ,
"There are good things that can
happen in an up-and-down season.
I feel like we are playing a little bit
better, but it's coming down to the
wire, but I don't feel like we are
playing our best ball yet."
Visit our online prep sports ref-
erence pages at www.crestview-
bulletin.com to recap the Baker
softball season.


DISTRICT 1-1A
TOURNAMENT
Tuesday at Paxton
'Central vs. Laurel Hill,
4 p.m.
Rocky Bayou vs. Paxtbn,
6 p.m.
Thursday at Paxton
,, Championship game, 7
p.m.


District 1-1 A:


Hoboes go for


three in a row
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
LAURlL HILL Laurel Hill goes for
the "threepeat" when the District
1-1A softball tournament opens in
Paxton on Tuesday.
The Hoboes once again secured
the top seed in the tournament and
will face No. 4 seed Central at 4
p.m.
No. 2 seed Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian will square off against tourna-
ment host Paxton, the No. 3 seed,
at 6 p.m.
With a win over the Jaguars the
:Hoboes will move into the champi-
onship game set for 7 pm. Thurs-
day.
But more importantly, a win
Tuesday assures-LHS of a spot in
the region quarterfinals.
Coach Scott Varnum isn't sure
whether being defending champs
is a good or bad thing.
"I think it can go both ways," he
said. "It's going to put some pres-
sure on our'seniors to perform. But
if we go out there and hit the ball
well and do things we are capable
of I think good things will happen
for us."
Having the tournament at Pax-
ton could bode well for the Hoboes.
"We've played well over there
the last two or three years," Var-
num said. "We might -get there
Tuesday night and not show up.
"But that is a field where we en-
joy playing and we hit the ball well
there. (Katie) Free hit a home run
the last time we played there."
It took the Hoboes a while to get
untracked this season, but around
spring break things started to
click
"Earlier we had different play-
ers being in different positions, and
we didn't really have a chemistry,"
Varnum said. "One of the last few
games before spring break we had
a win against (Class 3A) Walton
here in nine innings, and we had
some seniors step up.
"I challenged my seniors at the
end of the season, and I've had a
couple of them step up and show
some leadership. And of course
Katie Free got better as the season
went along and pitched some good
games."
Varnum thinks the host Bobcats
should be the team the Hoboes
have to beat.
S"I felt like Paxton was playing
the best ball in the district at the
end of the season," he said. "Every-
body is pretty closely matched with
Rocky, Paxton and Central. They
are all pretty evenly matched.
"We got better as the season
went along. I feel good about our
team going into district tourna-
ment."
Visit our online prep sports ref-
erence pages at www.crestview-
bulletin.com to recap the Laurel
Hill softball season.


_ Sports BRIEFS


46 OSS Griffin Golf tournament
The fifth annual OSS Griffin Golf tourna-
ment will take place April 24 at Foxwood Coun-
try Club with a noon shotgun start.
Cost is $45 per person and includes lunch,
closest to the pin, longest drive and a hole in
one contest.
For more information contact TSGT Kristt
Russell or Gene Webb at 882-2614.

BAYA Fun Day
The annual Baker Area Youth Association
(BAYA) Fun Day will be May 2 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the BAYA ball fields.
The day will include games, food, raffles,


water slide, obstacle course, SpongeBob moon-
walk and much more.
For details contact Jim Wagner at 537-4549.

Foxwood Ladies Golf
Association tournament
The 2009 Foxwood Ladies Golf Association
tournament is scheduled for May 13 at Fox-
wood.
Lady golfers from across Northwest Florida
and South Alabama are expected to participate
in the tournament that has between 80-100 par-
ticipants each year.
Proceeds from the tournament will go to
'help local charities and schools.


Gold sponsorships are available for $100. Sil-
ver sponsorships are $50.
For more information contact FLGA presi-
dent Beverly Coyne at 683-9640 or tournament
chairwoman Faye Thomas at 682-07b5.

Heavy Hitters 12U Baseball
Northwest Florida Heavy Hitters 12U base-
ball will conduct workouts every Sunday from
3 p.m.-5 p.m. at the Baker Area Youth Sports
Complex.
Tournaments don't start until after the mid-
dle school season.
For more information call Melvin at 902-6237
or Greg at 496-9235 *


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Obituaries


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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Theresa Annette Stewart


Theresa Annette
Stewart, 57, passed away
Friday, April 17, at her
home in the Natural Bridge
Community in north Walton
County.
She was born in Florala,
Ala., the daughter of the late
Wilburn and Irene Apliqr
Adams. She was employed
with the Natural Gas Board


in Florala in 1970 and later
was employed with Tri
County Community Council
in Bonifay for more than
30 years. Annette was an
excellent cook and enjoyed
family gatherings. She loved
the Eight Mile Church, and
helping others was her
calling in life.
Survivors are her


husband, Glenn Stewart;
three sons, Craig Weeks
and wife Frances of Bonifay,
Adams Stewart and wife
Hope of Panama City, Kyle
Stewart of the Natural
Bridge Community; two
sisters, Joann McClellan
of Crestview and Patsy
Adams of the Natural
Bridge Community; three


grandchildren, Brandon
Robinson of the U.S.
Navy, Norfolk, Va., Hunter
Peterson and Dylan Weeks,
both of Bonifay; numerous
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in'
death by a brother, Jimmy
Adams.
Funeral services were.
held at 11:30 a.m. Monday,


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April 20, at Evans Funeral
Home with the Rev.
Edward Cotten and the
Rev. Larry Wade officiating.
Interment was in Eight
Mile Cemetery.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Theresa
Stewart online at www.
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Henry P. Robson
Henry P Robson, 92, of
Crestview, passed away
Tuesday, April 14, 2009, at
Parthenon Healthcare. He
was born Nov. 19, 1916, in
Natchez, Miss., and moved
to Okaloosa County in 1979.
He attended Oakridge
Assembly of God.
He was preceded in death
by a son, Henry Robson Jr.,
and daughter, Gayle Pool;
sisters, Dorothy Kerrins,
Miss Lilia Robson, Mary Bell
Robson and Noah McCoy.
Survivors include sons,
Emmett Robson, Johnny
Robson and Connor Robson,
all of Natchez, John S.
Robson, William Robson
and David Robson, all of
Florida; daughters, Dorothy
Ann Echols and Mary David,
both of Natchez.
A memorial service was
held Saturday, April 18, at
3013 Sandy Lane at 3 p.m.
with the Rev. Ronnie Bell
officiating'
. Brackney Funmeral
Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Henry
Robson online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Cletis Glenn Harper
1930 2009
Cletis Glenn Harper, 79,
of Crestview, passed away
peacefully at his daughter's
home on April 6,2009, with
his family by his side..
He was born on January
16, 1930, in Hominy, Okla.,
to Clarence and Bernice
Harper. Mr. Harper was a
veteran and retired U.S.
Army major. He graduated
from Northeastern State
University in Tahlequah,,
Okla., with a bachelor's
degree in mathematics
and a master's degree in
engineering.
Mr. Harper worked for
Pan American Petroleum
as a petroleum engineer in
Tulsa, Okla., before being
recalled into active duty in
1970. He retired from the
U.S. Army to start sharing
his Native American culture
with others, including the
Boy Scouts in the Arrow of
Light. He was the owner of
Two Feathers Trading Co. in
Dumfries, Va., and a member
of AIITCO, the American
Indian Society and a lifetime
member of the VFW
Mr. Harper was preceded
in death by his parents
and a sister, Pamela
Timmerman of Oklahoma.
He is survived by his wife,
Cher6, of Williamsburg, Va.;
his two children, son Col.
Brad Harper, M.D., and and
a daughter, Kathy Harper-
Seymour and her husband
Willis of Crestview; his two
sisters, Gwynn Bishline
and Glenda Rathbone
of Broken Arrow, Okla.;
three grandchildren; two
grieat-grandchildren; five
nephews; and four nieces.
The family wishes
to thank the caring and
compassionate staff of
Covenant Hospice of
Crestview.
Memorial donations
may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 370 W Redstone
Dr., Crestview, FL 32536.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Cletis
Harper online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Charles D. Campbell
Charles D. Campbell,
57, of Crestview, passed
away Friday, April 17, 2009.
He was born on Dec. 6,
1951, in Ville Platte, La.,
and moved to Crestview
five years ago from Baton
Rouge, La. He was a
member of Woodlawn
Baptist Church, Tops No.
504 and Senior Circle.
Charles is survived
by his parents, Earnest
and Janie Campbell, of
Miramar Beach; wife,
Debra Campbell, of
Crestview; sister Kay
Royston of Santa Rosa
Beach; several aunts,
uncles, cousins and nieces.
Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m. Monday,
April 20, at Woodlawn
Baptist Church with the
Rev. George Katzman


officiating.
The family received
friends one hour prior
to the service. Brackney
Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Charles
Campbell online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
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News,

& NOTES


SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School baseball
Richbourg at Destin, 3:30
p.m.
Davidson at Bruner, 3:30
p.m.

Middle School softball
Richbourg at Destin, 3:30
p.m.
Davidson at Bruner, 3:30
p.m.

Middle School track
Pryor, Destin at Richbourg
Davidson, Bruner at Meigs

Thursday
High School baseball
Paxton at Crestview, 6 p.m.
Laurel Hillat Poplar
Springs, 3:30 p.m.
Baker at Walton 5 p.m.

High School softball
District I-5A tournament
at Niceville, teams TBD
District I-2A tournament,
championship a3 Jay, teams
TBA. 6.m.
District I-IA tournament
championship, at Paxton,
teams TBA, 7 p.m.

High School track
Crestview at District 2-3A
meet at Panama City, II
a.m. .

Middle School golf
Davidson at Richbourg. 3
p.m.

Middle School tennis,
Richbourg at Bruner, 3 p.m.
Meigs at Davidson, 3 p.m.

BRIEFS
46 OSS Griffin Golf
Tournament
The fifth annual OSS Griffin
Golf tournament will take
place April 24 at Foxwood
Country Club with a noon
shotgun start.
Cost is $45 per person and
includes lunch, closest to
the pin, longest drive and a
hole in one contest..
For more information
contact TSGT Kristt
Russell or Gene Webb at
882-2614.

BAYA Fun Day,
The annual Baker Area
Youth Association (BAYA)
Fun Day will be May 2
-from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
BAYA ball fields.
The day will include
games, food, raffles, water
slide, obstacle course,
SpongeBob moonwalk and'
much more. For details,'call
Jim Wagner at 537-4549.

.' "Eoxwood Ladies
Golf Association
tournament
The 2009 Foxwood
Ladies GolfAssociation
tournament is scheduled
for. May.l3 at Foxwood.
Lady golfers from across
Northwest Florida
and South Alabama are
expected to participate
in the tournament that


Proceeds from the
tournament will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
available for $100. Silver
sponsorships are $50.
For more information
contact FLGA president
Beverly Coyne at 683-9640
or tournament chairwoman
FayeThomas at 682-0705.

Heavy Hitters 12U
Baseball
Northwest Florida Heavy
Hitters 12U baseball will
conduct workouts every
Sunday from 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
at the BakerAreaYouth
Sports Complex.
Tournaments don't start
until after the middle
school season. For details,
call Melvin at 902-6237 or


Greg at 496-9235.


Explosive


performer

Crestview's Clint
Lukert earned a state
weightlifting trip

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview junior Clint
Luikert is, living proof that
dynamite does come in
small packages. ,.
The 119-pounder is a
member oftheBulldogfoot-
ball and wrestling teams.
And #'s fair to say he also
enjoys lifting weights.
Lukert lifted a combined
total of 380 pounds in the
bench press and clean and
jerk at the recent Class 2A
super sectional weight lift-
ing meet. The .lifts were
good enough for him to
place third in his weight
class. More importantly,
the performance tied him
for the l1th across the,
state anld earned him a trip
.to Friday's state finals at
River Ridge High School in
New Port Richey.,
Bulldog weightlifting
coach Chip Weems said
Lukert's trip to state has
been year in the making.
"He was fifth place in
our sectional last year and
didn't get to go," Weems
said. "He has really worked
hard and is right in the
middle of the pack (as far
as his weight class at state)
this year.
"I think he can get more
than that '(the 380 total). I
don't know he's done more
than that in a meet."
Lukert admits that just
missing a state trip last
year served as an incen-
tive.
"Last year I'thought I
had a pretty good shot at
\goingbecause I got first-
at the sectionall," he said,
"but then I had a really

See LUKERT B2
ELL. 0


RANDY DICKSONI
S Crestview News Bulletin
STRONGMAN: Clint Lukert
will represent Crestview
at the FHSAA state
weightlifting meet.


ANN SPANN I Cre rmo, NuV Builltin
RUNNING TO THE REGIONAL: John Scott, middle, is one of the
24 Baker athletes who qualified for the FHSAA regional meet.



GATOlRS.EYE



REGIONALS


24 Baker athletes

qualified for competition.

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER --'Twenty-four of Baker's
finest will head to Tallahassee and
Godby High School for the Region
1-1A track meet Saturday. ,
Gator coach David Oglesby is.
glad that Godby, a school with more.
than 1,300 students, was willing to
host the meet.
"'We are lucky that. Godby want-
ed to'have it," he said. "There were
some scenarios where if we couldn't
have found a place to have it, then
we would have either not had a
regional meet and taken the top
person in each event and let them
transfer to state, or we would have
had to go to Jacksonville.
"So we were thankful Godby
picked up."
It has been rebuilding year of
sorts in track for the Gators, but
the girlsimanaged to finish in third
at the 'district meet and the boys
fourth. ,
Oglesby is hoping for a strong
*showing at the regional as well.
"It is about what I expected," he'
said of the district finishes. "It's kind'
of disappointing that some people
decided not, to 6ome out because if
we have the same team we did last
year, with the ones that could have
participated, we could have won
the meet by 20 or 30 points.

See GATORS B2
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ON THE NET
Follow the local track
and field seasons through
our online prep sports
reference pages at www.
cresiewbulletin.com.


Regional qualifiers
The following Baker athletes ,
qualified for region
Girls
CassidyAnderson (triple jump, 200)
Morgan Jones (discus)
Eileen Brown (shot put)
Kauie Rispone (1600,3200)
Bethany'Chestnut (300 hurdles)
Kathryn Quigg (300 hurdles)
4x800 relay: Haley Wagner,
Cassandra Cooper, Cassidy
Anderson,pethany Chestnut
4x400 relay: Haley Wagner,
Cassandra Cooper, Cassidy
Anderson, Bethany Chestnut
4x 100 relay: Caitlin Arzaga,'
Meagan Scott, Kathryn Quigg,
Holley Stanley

Boys
Brandon Ates (high jump)
Devin Scott (800) ,
Timothy Smith (high jump)
Logan Wagner (high jump)
Mason Doggette (discus)
John Scott (400)
Dakota Hooper (300 hurdles)
MatthewWilde (200)
- 4x800 relay: Devin Scott, Stephen
Shaw,Jesse Medley, John Scott
* 4x400 relay: Devin Scott, Logan
Wagner, Stephen Shaw,John Scott
* 4x100 relay: MattWiJde, Brandon
Ates, Logan Wagner,John Scott


Fountain pens letter of intent to play at Belhaven


* Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER Courtney Fountain
is, headed to Belhaven College in
Jackson, Miss., to play basketball
- thanks to a little matchmaking by
Baker coach Kathy Combest.
Surrounded by family and friends,
Fountain signed her letter of intent to
play for the NAIA school Friday.
Combest went to see former Gator
Kendria Young and son Chase Comb-
est play for William Carey against
Belhaven, and thought Fountain
could be a good fit for Belhaven.,
"I just felt like (Belhaven) ran the
same kind of offense that (Fountain)
was used to," Combest said. "She
could go inside or outside, and (the
Belhaven coach) kind of let his girls
run the floor a little more.
"I felt like she would fit in his of-
fensive and his defensive schemes."
Belhaven coach Billy Evans picked
up the story.
"I saw coach Combest at a William
Carey game, and she told me then
she had a player she thought would


FULL HOUSE: A room full of family, friends, coaches and well-wishers
turned out as Baker senior Courtney Fountain signed a letter of intent to
play basketball at Belhaven College in Jackson, Miss.


play for me," he said. "This was back
in early February or maybe late Jan-
uary, and she came up and shook my
hand and said, 'I've got a player for
you.'
"Then she called me in March and
said, 'This is the girl you need to look
at.' She brought her on campus and
(Fountain) worked out for us real
good. I liked the way she carried her-


self and conducted herself. It wasn't
just in how she plays the game, but
how she sees the game."
Fountain's versatility on the court
also caught Evans' attention.
"I expect her to play the two
guard," he said. "I expect her to
play the three (small forward),

See FOUNTAIN B2


TENNIS
District I-3A
tournament
Heading into the District
I-3A tennis tournament
at the University of West
Florida, there wasn't much
doubt that Moyi Moore
would perform well enough
to advance to state.
Once the tournament
arrived, the Crestview star
didn't create any doubt
either.
In a dominant showing
at No. I singles, Moore
captured the district
championship April 15 after
only losing one game the
entire tournament. She
clinched the title with a
6-0, 6-0 victory and assured
herself of a spot at state.
Sydney Pinkert finished
runner-up in No. 2 singles
after falling 7-5, 6-4 in the
finals, and Moore and Cora
Merritt also finished second-
in No. I doubles after losing
6-4,4-6,6-3.
No.4 Kristin Thomas and
No. 5 Brooklyn Howard
made it to the semifinals
in singles play. Pinkert and
Brittany Didonato did as
well at No. 2 doubles.
Pinkert received the
district tournament's
Sportsmanship Award.
On the boys' side, No. 3
Angelo Fajardo advanced
to the semifinals in singles
play along with the No.
2 doubles team of Mitch
Petosky/Sy Pinkert.
Washington won the
district tournament on both
the boys' and the girls' side'.
Crestview's girls placed
third.

TRACK AND
FIELD'
District I-IA meet
Baker finished third in
the girls meet and fourth in
the boys team standings.
South Walton won
the girls title. Pensacola
Christian won the boys
title.
The top four finishers
in each event advance to
regionals.
Baker's girls 3200 relay
won the district title.
So did Baker's Rodger
Ates (high jump) and Devin
Scott (800), along with the
4x400 relay team.'

Okaloosa County Meet
Crestview finished third
in the boys team standings
and fourth in the girls meet.
Fort Walton Beach
won the boys title.
Niceville claimed the girls
championship
For Crestview, Lauren
Day swept the long-
distance runs, taking home
top marks in the 1600 and
the 3200, while Asten Lopez
was No. I in the girls' 400.
The Bulldog girls also won
the 4x100 relay.

SOFTBALL
.Crestview 4, Baker 3
Brittany Zellars scored
from second base on a
single by Courtney Adams
in the top of the seventh on
April 14 for what proved
to.be the winning-run for
Crestview.
"We're improving the
whole season and that's all
you can ask for," Crestview
coach Amy Peters said."I'm
looking forward. to going to
district with this team.
"(Britany Kelch) kept her
cool and pitched how she
was supposed to in that
last inning.We played solid
defense.We left too many
runners on, but at least we
had runners on base and
that's what you have to do."
The problem with
stranding runners on base
started in the first and
lasted throughout the game.
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Confessions of


an old-school pro


wrestling fan

When I got into work Thursday there was a flyer
promoting Saturday's professional wrestling event at
the National Guard Armory on my desk.
This might destroy all credibility I have as a
serious sports editor, but in my younger days I was
known to attend the occasional "wrastlin" match.
One of my favorite wrestlers way back then was Bob
Armstrong.
Armstrong's sons attended Gulf Breeze High. One
of them, Brad, who also wrestled, graduated with my
youngest sister, and even worked with her at the old
Jitney Jungle grocery store.
I hadn't thought about Bob Armstrong in years
until I saw his name on that flyer at my desk.
I was surprised when I saw the senior Armstrong
is still wrestling. I concluded he had to be pushing
70 years old. A quick Google search,
proved me right. I learned Arm-
strong will be 70 later this year.
I first got hooked on pro wrestling
watching it on Channel 3 in Pen-
sacola.
Lynn Toney, the station's jack-
of-all-trades, weatherman and wres-
Randy Dickson fling ring announcer, attended my
-North End Zone church, which made those Saturday
afternoon matches even more excit-
ing. I know now that Saturday afternoon TV was a
good promo for the matches that would take place
that evening in Mobile or Pentacola.
My favorite wrestlers were the good guys. Cow-
boy Bob Kelly, who at one time was a real rodeo
cowboy, and Ken Lucas, Mike "The Hippie" Boy-
ette, adorned in his tie-dye attire, was sometimes'
good and at other times would play the villain.-But
the show was always entertaining, and you knew who
the good guys were in those waning days of black and
white TV
Watching wrestling was no longer a priority.by the
time I got to high school. I was too busy doing high
school things, but occasionally I watched thLe show as
my wrestling favorites began showing their age.
I started following the "sport" again after I gradu-
ated. Bullet Bob Armstrong became one of my favor-
ites because by then he called Gulf Breeze home.
Later, when Brad started wrestling, I followed his
career as well.
I finally lost interest when pro wrestling went na-
tional with the WWF. I don't watch pro wrestling.any-
more. I think the show has become a little too nasty,
and it no longer appeals to me.
I miss the days when being the Gulf Coast or Ala-
bama wresting champion meant something.,
The personalities that made Gulf Coast Wrestling
special when I was a kid are now old men in their 70s.
Only Bullet Bob remains from the generation that
thrilled me in my youth.
In my mind Armstrong will always be a 40-year
old champion.,
I long to see Cowboy Bob Kelly bulldog someone
before going in for a pin or Hippie Boyette going for
his "Hippie Hold" once again. And I miss the golden
voice of Lynn Toriey, who passed away last year. -
Yes, in the days of black and white TV life was sim-
pler and things were as easy to distinguish as black
and white. .
When I drift back to that simple time all, of us re-
main forever young.,

PRO WRESTLING AT THE ARMORY
The Southern Wrestling Alliance presents
pro wrestling on Saturday at the Crestview
National Guard Armory. Doors open at ,
6:30 p.m. Bell time is 8 p.m. Tickets are
$10 for ages 12 and up, $8 for ages 6 to
1l ,Youths 5 and under admitted free. The
main' event features Buff "The Stuff" Bagwell
vs. "Every Woman's Dream" Mr. Fantasy,
with Big Dog Ryan Mills. The card also
features a semi-main event, a Hair vs. Dress
match, a Fatal 5 Way, and more.


GATORS from page B1


"Because they decided for what-
ever reasons not to participate we
ended up better than I thought we
would. I didn't think we'd score as
many points as we did. I was pleased
with our performance, but we could
have had back-to-back (district
titles). "
Oglesby, assessment of the cur-
rent situation isn't meant toY re-
flect negatively on his young.
team.
"With the boys we are just re-
building, and with the girls we are
just young," he said. "Our young
girls participated well. I have three
eighth graders that' performed
wonderfully and a seventh grader
that qualified in the mile and the
2-mile.


"I know we are young and will get
better later on. They all qualified for
regional and hopefully some of them
can go on to state. It's just that we are
not quite there yet."
Oglesby doesn't expect to send as
many athletes to state this year as
he did last season, but he still thinks
the Gators could be well represented
at the state finals in Winter Park on
May 1.
We qualified 13 last year to go to
state, and I think we can qualify seven
to 10 this year," he said. "That's what,
I'm hoping."

Follow the local track and field
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FOUNTAIN from page B1


and if I'm reading her right she can
probably play point guard if I want
her to.
"She can probably play any po-
sition I ask her to play, but I think
she'll.probably be a two or a three for
us."
Not only did Evans like what he
saw from the 5-foot-9 Fountain, but
her soon-to-be teammates were im-
pressed as well.
"I think probably the biggest com-
pliment that I could give-her is when
they got through working out, my
players that I had working out with
her all came to me and said, 'Coach, if
, you don't sign anybody else this year,
get her,' he said. "And that was my
returning players that saw and loved
her.
"She hit it off with them, and
they saw what she could do for that
team. It was a no-brainer for me.
It was just a matter of convincing
her that she's where she needs to
be."
Apparently it wasn't too hard a sell
for Evans to lure Fountain to-Missis-
sippi.
"It feels great to know that I'm
going to get to keep doing what I
love to do," Fountain said. "They
are a good ball club, the people


are nice and the coach :.. it's
everything.
"Its on the outer part of Jackson,
Miss., so it's not like it's in the big
city. The college (campus) made
me feel like I was in a small town
still."
It also didn't -hurt that the Blaz-
ers run an offense similar to the one
Combest uses with the Gators.
"The offense, they run is just like
Baker's" Fountain said. "When I went
up and tried out with them it was just
like Baker.
"They did a five' out. Their
style of play is just up tempo and
go."
Signing days are always a happy-
sad time for' Combest. Fountain's
signing was a little more so. Fountain
and Kathy's daughter Chelsea are
best friends. Kathy joked that Foun-
tain was such a fixture at the Combest
home that they wanted to claim her on
their tax return.
Combest is certain that Fountain\
will do well.
"Courtney has been in my life since
she was in the second grade," she
said. "Her and Chelsea have been like
sisters.
"I'm just glad that she's at a place
where I think she can excel."


LUKERT
from page B1
bad (super sectional) and I didn't
make it.
"This year was just a year to re-
deem myself and get to state. It's
been since I was a-freshman that
I've been trying to get to state."
Like many other high school
athletes, Lukert got into weight-
lifting through football, and his
love for the sport started to blos-
som.
"It's fun being able to lift a
weight that's a lot heavier than
you are," he said. "People don't
expect you to be able to do that."
Lukert believes the added
. strength gained from weightlift-
ing helps him in his other two
sports.
"I think it gives me a big ad-
vantage over other people being
.strong and being able to move
them around more, especially in
wrestling," he said.
The constant change of sea-
sons from football to wrestling to
weightlifting presents challenges.
"In football you want to be as
heavy as you can, and then you
cut down for wrestling to be as
light as you can," Lukert said.
"And then by the time weightlift-
ing comes you just want to eat and
eat, but you can't."
But Lukert isn't thinking about
football or wrestling now. Weight-
lifting his is sole focus.
His 380-pound total at the su-
per sectional is about 15 pounds
under his best effort, and he be-
lives he's capable of doing 400.
He'll need to get in the 400-
pound range if he hopes to reach
his reach his goals in New Port
Richey. The top lifts at the super
sectionals were 430 pounds by
Tate's Stephen Johns and Semi-
nole Ridge's Colton Coss.
"I think I can finish around
sixth," he said, "but I'm hoping to
get in the top five.
"I think the Tate guy at our re-
gional (Johns) is expected to win
state, and there are some pretty
strong other guys, but I should be
up there."


BLEACHERS from page B1


The Bulldogs left the bases
loaded in the first inning and
left 13 on base for the game.
Crestviewalso had two other
runners thrown out at home
plate in the game.
Two first-inniing errors
would be the only errors of
the game for the Bulldogs.As
the defense settled in behind
Kelch, she was able.to keep '
the Gator batters off balance
mixing her changeup and curve
with the fastball as she struck
out four batters.
"We gave ourselves a
chance, but we were probably
a few hits pr a few key plays
away," Gator coach John
Carlisle said. "That's kind of'
been the story of our season
so far.
"We've made some
defensive mistakes and people
-have been able to capitalize on
them, but by the same turn we,
haven't been able to capitalize
back.When we have, we've


come out on top."
Crestview 102 000 I -4
Baker 100 100 1 -3
WP: Britany Kelch. LP:.
Lauren Griffith

South Walton 5, Baker I
Lauren Griffith struck out
eight in a complete game
for Baker on Thursday. Carly
Barton and Dani Mayhair each
had a hit for Baker. \
SW 100 004 0 5
Baker 010 000 0- I
LP: Lauren Griffith

Baker 6,Wewahitchka I
The two-time defending
District 2A staie champs were
no match for the Gators on,
Saturday.
Tory Kilcrease was 2-for-3
with an RBI while Carly Barton
went I-for-3 with an: RBI and -
scored a run. Lauren Griffith
also picked up her 12th win of'
- the season from the circle.
W 000 010 0- I


B 100005x-6
WP: Lauren Griffith

BASEBALL
Jay 13, Baker 3
. Jay routed Baker on
April 14.
Baker 100 11-3
Jay 041 17- 13

Freeport 13, Laurel Hill 2
Laurel Hill fell at Freeport on
April 15.
LH 000 20 2
Freeport 170 32- 13

Choctawhatchee 2,
Crestview I
David Pyle took the hard-
luck pitching loss but had a
double and a homer while
going 2-for-4 at the plate.
He was. outstanding on the
*hill as well, striking out six
while giving up four hits.
"David was unbelievable:'
CHS coach Tim Gillis said.


"He's really stepped up
and turned it on this last half
of the year with his swinging
the bat as well as his pitching.
"He's one heck of a player."
Ch00l 100 0 .-2
Cr 000 010 0- I
LP: David Pyle

Baker 18, PCA I
Bucky Locke took a no-
hitter into the fourth inning on
Thursday.
Christian Mainor went 3-
for-5 with three runs scored.
Baker 410 1(12)- 18.
PCA-000 1 0- I
WP: Bucky Locke

Pace 8, Crestview 2
David Pyle and Andrew
Wirth were both I -for-3 with
an RBI, but that was as much
run support as Crestview
would get in the loss Friday.
C 100 000 I 2
P 101- 330 x-8
LP: Gabe Gunter


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Congress has heard the outcry
from consumers about question-
Able credit card practices, and
new regulations will take effect in
2010. Even though that is a year
away, you may not be aware of
some of the current practices. So '
review these and see how these
practices are affecting you now!
The following changes will all
take effect in July 2010:
Universal defaults will be
eliminated,. Universal default
allowed credit card companies
to raise your interest rates if you
had a missing or late payment on:
another unrelated debt. Essential-
ly, universal default allowed lend-
ers of Card B to raise your rate
if you had missed or been late
on.a payment to Card A. In other
words, if you are late on a car pay-
ment, a credit card company can
currently increase the interest
on your account even though it is
unrelated to car financing..
Raising Interest Rates on
Existing Balances. Companies
currently can raise interest rates


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rate may be changed for various
reasons (such as your risk pro-
file or credit score changes), but
that new interest rate will only
be applied to future purchases.
However, if your payment is more
than 30 days late, this new inter-
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actively.
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card company will be applied to
the higher-rate balances first to
reduce penalties and fees. This
will save you money since it pre-
vents the credit card company
from applying your payment to
.the lower interest rate first. This
would result in higher charges
over time for the consumer. For
now, the practice is to apply pay-
ments to balances with lower
rates, such as balance transfers,
before applying to purchases.


No more double-cycle bill-
ing. Previously, lenders could
base your finance charge on the
average of your two most recent
billing cycles. This can result in
higher charges. For example if
you paid off your balance at the
beginning of the current cycle,
you should have no finance .
charge under the new regula-
tions. Prior to this, you still would
have had-a charge if your credit
card company used double-cycle
billing.
Simpler statements. Any
changes to your account will be in
bold or listed separately on your
credit card statement. The state-
ment will also state the time of
day your payment is due. This will
help consumers identify changes
in their statement or policy.
For additional information,
contact the UF/IFAS Exten-
sion Office in Okaloosa County
at 689-5850 or visit us on-line at
http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu or
http://okaloosasaves.org.
Elaine A. Courtney is the Fam-
ily & Consumer Sciences agent
for the University of Florida/IFAS
Okaloosa County Extension.


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Kids Learning Corner at 407
Texas Pkwy. in Crestview is, a
participant in the U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture's Child Care
Food Program.
Meals will be available at no
separate charge to enrolled eli-
gible children at-the center'
The guardians of children eli-


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Lakeview Center program teams with

Eglin staff to win food service award


Special to the News Bulletin

Eglin Air Force Base will re-
eive a 2009 John L. Hennessy
ward for the best Air Force
od services in the world and
ore than 70 employees of Gulf
oast Enterprises (GCE) will
harp the honor'
A vocational program of
akeview Center Inc., 'GCE
as a. contract to provide food
services at Eglin AFB and the
nearby Duke Field Air Force
reserve Command, which also
ill receive a Hennessy Award.
Eglin's award is in the cat-
gory for Air Force installa-
ons with multiple dining fa-
lities. Duke's is in the category
r reserve commands. The
ame' GCE ,employees work


at both installations.
Hennessy Awards are based
,on the entire scope of an instal-
lation's food service program.
Winners display excellence in
food quality, kitchen operations,
serving and dining operations,
training and safety awareness,
force readiness and manage-
ment effectiveness.
Representatives from Eglin,
Duke Field and GCE will accept
the awards May 16 at the annual
show held in Chicago by the Na-
tional Restaurant Association,
which helped select the award
winners from among Air Force
installations in every part of the
world.
Lakeview Centeris an affiliate
of Baptist Health Care and has a
service center in Crestview.


UPCOMING
PROGRAMS
The Okaloosa
Saves "Teach
Children to-Save"
program begins
April 21 and
will continue
through July 31.
The program
encourages youth
18 or younger
to make' savings
deposits at a
local participating
institution. The
deposit can
be made in an
existing savings
account or a
new one. Each
deposit allows
the youth to enter
into a drawing for
one of six $100
savings bonds. For
more information
go to http://
okaloosasaves.
org.


ECAR passes.

resolution in

support of F-35

Special to the News Bulletin

The Emerald Coast Asso-
ciation of Realtors' Board of Di-
rectors unanimously passed a
resolution April 3 in support of
the Joint Strike Fighter (F-35)
program that is being moved to
Eglin A.FB.
The move is in response to le-
gal action initiated by the city of
Valparaiso in an effort to halt the
move.
"The military is the backbone
of our community and we want
to show our support for them,"
said ECAR President Anita Wil-
liams, explaining the associa-
tion's official position. She also
noted that the F-35 Joint Strike
Fighter program would have
a positive effect on the local
economy.
The resolution states, "The
Emerald Coast Association of
Realtors fully supports the mis-
sion to locate the F-35's at Eglin
Air Force Base."
Barring the outcome of pos-
sible litigation, the first F-35's are
currently scheduled to arrive at
Eglin in March 2011.


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Prevention Day. The Statewide
Office of Suicide Prevention and
The Florida Suicide Prevention
Coalition describe this as "a day
promoting education and aware-
ness".
Suicide is the ninth leading
cause of death in Florida and the
third leading cause of death for
young people between the ages
of 15 and 34. More Americans kill
themselves than are killed by oth-
ers.
Results from the 2008 US Cen-
ters for Disease Control study
6Morbidity and Mortality Weekly
Report Surveillance Summaries:
11 April 2008) cite the following
statistics:
Nearly 46 percent of suicide
victims were described as expe-
riencing a depressed mood, yet
only 33 percent of all suicide vic-
tims were known to be receiving
mental health treatment at the
time of death.
Suicides by former and cur-
rent military personnel made up
20 percent of all suicides.
200 violent incidents involved
a homicide followed by the suicide
of the suspect.
32 percent of all suicides were
precipitated by a problem with an
intimate partner.
60 percent of victims tested
for alcohol were above the legal
limit at the time of death.
I The Crisis Hotline and Rape
Crisis Center is here to listen and
to help. We are here providing
confidential services for the com-
munity 24 hours a day. The old
saying, "Suicide is a permanent
solution-to a temporary problem,"
has truth in its message. If you
commit suicide, you will never
have a second chance at making
things better.
If you or someone you know is,
thinking about suicide please call
the.Crisis Hotline at: 850-244-9191
or 850-682-0101.
For additional information on
events planned for the Florida
Suicide Prevention Day go to
www.HelpPromoteHope.com.


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Local


Cresiview News Bulletin I B5


Digital cinema is all the Rave

Destin Commons' movie theatre has captured local moviegoers' hearts


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
MOVIE EXPERIENCE: Rave Motion Pictures in Destin'
Commons is the cinema of choice for many north'
county movie aficionados.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Members of
Crestview Boy Scout
Troop 773 had gathered
at the home of Eagle
Scout candidate Kyle
Lusk to work on his
Eagle project.
As the boys sanded
and painted wood,
chatter turned to the
summer's crop of
blockbuster movies.
"The Dark Knight,"
the latest entry in the
Batman franchise,.
seemed by far the
biggest hit ainong
most of the guys, who
praised its mixture of
action and well-crafted
special effects.
"Where'd you see
it?" one asked. The
scouts working with
him chorused either
"the Rave" or "at the
Commons."
Rave Motion
Pictures in Destin
Commons shopping
village has captured the
hearts -and business
- of moviegoers
throughout the
Crestview area, despite
the drive of more than
half an hour to get
there. .
"Personally, it's the
better quality," said
Chayne Sparagowski,
18, explaining why he .
periodically makes the
trek to Destin to see a
movie.
"The quality alone
is better than anyplace
else around here," he


said. "The quality of
the picture is much
clearer with it being
high definition, and the
sound is crisp. It's not
muffled."
These factors have
set the Rave apart from
other area cinemas,
agreed former Rave
manager. Hope Wells.
"One of biggest
benefits of digital media
over traditional film
is the picture never
deteriorates," she said.
The six-channel DTS
sound fills each of the
.Rave's 14 auditoriums,
effects rumbling each
of the approximately
2,800 seats from
subwoofers the size of a
phone booth.
While crisp cinema
sound really made
the digital leap in the
1980s with the advent
of George Lucas'
THX system, digital
pictures are a product
of the 21st century. Two
years after the Rave
opened in 2004, it went
to a completely digital*
picture.
"There's a lot
of versatility with
digital," Wells said. .
"It really is a perfect.
picture."
Gone are the days
of schlepping several
hundred pounds of 35
or 70mm film up to the
projection balcony in
metal canisters with
handles that seemed
specially designed to
put permanent creases
in the schlepper's
/


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
HIGH QUALITY: A single Christie digital projector
serves each of the Rave's 14 auditoriums,
receiving.its media from the adjacent Doremi
computer, where its been downloaded from a
central "mother ship" computer.


palms. ,
Digital movies
arrive on a typical i
computer hard drive,
or are downloaded
from a satellite. .
Installed on the
Raye's central server
- Wells called it "the
mother ship" the
movie is routed to
the Doremi computer
dedicated to each
auditorium's mighty
Christie digital'
projector.
(Gone, too, are the
days of two projectors,
serving each auditor-
ium, including the
occasional lapse
between reels when
the projectionist is
distracted and misses
his' cue.)
"It's fun
equipment," said Wells,
who still professes a


nostalgic fondness for
ol' fashioned film. "One
day it's 35mm film,
the next-day it's these
beautiful machines."
Wells confessed,
"Every so often I go
to another theater so
I can touch film and
thread it. I love film."
Audiences, however,
have fallen in love
with the quality of
digital movie'imagery,
which lacks the skips,
pops, scratches and
occasional breaks of
movie film.
With its exceptional
sound and image
quality, theRave has
become the cinema of
choice for true movie
lovers.
"Definitely," agreed,
Sparagowski. "I'm
always running into
people I know there."


And here's sweet Aunt Whatsername...


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


As my brother and I
cleaned out the family
home after Dad passed
away, we hauled from
under the guest bed-
several thick old photo
albums.
The aging pages ,
were a little crumbly
around the edges, and
some of the photos had
come loose. On the'
backs of each picture
was... nothing.
Nada. Zip. Zilch. No
clue who those dapper
men were standing
next to that handsome.
1930s sedan. Or who
that sweet-looking
gal was on the stoop
of what was clearly a
Philadelphia (or was it
Camden?) row house.
There we were, a
wealth of family history
in our laps, leaving
little bits of black paper
all over the floor, yet
without the foggiest
notion who most of
those people were.
"Toss them," my.
much more practical
brother said. "Now's
not the time to be
sentimental."
Eventually eight
oversized dump trucks
full of family furniture,
memories and
mementoes trundled
up the driveway, bound
for the, county landfill.
Except the photo
albums: I couldn't part
with them. Now they're
in the attic here in
Crestview.
Last year Dad's
younger brother,
my Uncle Dave, and


Aunt Betty started
downsizing in
preparation for their
move into a retirement
village in North
Carolina.
I gratefully
received several
boxes of more family
heirlooms, including
several tintypes and
daguerreotypes in
ornate frames.
I called Uncle
Dave. "Who are these
people in the antique
frames?" I asked. "Only
you and I know about
those pictures,'.' he .
responded. "Who would
you like them to be?"
I'm pretty sure
one's my Grandmother
Hughes as a child. And
since the frames are
similar, the couple in
the matching ovals
might be her parents.
Great Grandfather
Schnabbe died in a mill
accident when Nanny
was a little girl, not
soon after they arrived
in New Jersey from
Germany. I had never
before seen a picture of
him. Was that him? And
therefore, was that my
great grandmother in
the bther frame?
I'll never know for
sure.
How well labeled are
your own albums (or
shoe boxes) of photos?
Will your next of kin be
able to identify your
friends and family in
the photos you leave
behind?
Will they know
those shots are from
your family vacation ,
to Pigeon Forge? Will
that joyous occasion


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
ON THE MANTLE: Beloved family photos line the top of the dining room buffet. There's Mom and us at
Easter in the 1960s; Evan and me as young 'uns; Mom and Dad in their heyday; and their wedding
pictures. But just who are the ancestors in the little antique frames? We haven't a clue. Save your
descendants the uncertainty and label your pictures!

WHO'S WHO IN
.YeUR FAMILY pHOTOS

v:Tips for identifying people
d ,and events in your pictures:


Edgar M. Hughes Sr., author's family archives
FROM THE PAST: I swear Dad (front and center)
could receive Radio Moscow with those ears.
Thank goodness I didn't get those genes! This
family portrait of Dad and his family was handed
down to me unlabeled. Luckily I. knew who's who
and was able to write their names on the back.


of Junior's first
bicycle ride be self-
explanatory? Is the
sweet old gal with
the halo of white hair
Great-Aunt Wanda
June or is it her sister,
Auntie Tammy Jo?
While older relatives
are still around to help


you identify who's who,
sit down one afternoon
and start identifying
people and events in
your photos.
A hundred years
from now, somebody
in your lineage will be
grateful that you took
the time.


* Labe( photos by identifying who's in them (from left
to right, and by. roW, if necessary), occasion, date
and location. (For example, "Grandmother Jemima
and Grandfather Tubby, at Aunt Tillie's 81s1 birthday,
June 21, 1964, at the farm in Pecan Hill,.Ala.)
* Use a smear-proof, non-bleeding pen when writing.
on the backs of photos. Ink from some marker pens
might seep through and ruin the image on the front.
Ink that dries too slowly might- rub onto the front of
the photo opposite it in the album.
* Make sure the photo is on a hard surface when you
Write on the back to avoid embossing the picture.
* Use archival-quality album photo pages. Clear,
acid-free plastic insert pages work best. Sticky-
backed pages with clear plastic overlays can dry
out, and the adhesive can discolor photos.'
* Digital photos should be archived on CD-ROMs or
DVD-ROMs: Create a digital text file to identify the
Photos, and burn it to the CD or DVD at the same
time you save the photos. Also print out the file and
pack it with the disc.,
* If your pictures are piled in shoeboxes, organize
them into albums by date.
* If you don't intend to remove photos from the
album, identify the pictures on sheets of paper
inserted between the pages.


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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
Petitioner
and
PAULA RENEE NICH-
OLS "
'RespondentL.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: PAULA RENEE
NICHOLS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: Ar..:alu'ia Ala.
bama, Anjalus-a Ala.
bama
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a- 3. aci rias been
filed agair,. yvou 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 Fl 32539 on
or before May 8, 2009,
and filed the clerk, of
this Court at Okaloosa
County Courinn;:,u e
101 E. James Lee Blia
Crestview, Fl 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 Cleftotf the Cir-
cuit .Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.'


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Court's office notified THE TIME PERIODS pleadings.
of your current ad- SET ABOVE, ANY
dress. (You may file CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Dated: Mal
Notice of Current Ad- YEARS OR MORE AF-
dress, Florida Su- TER THE Clerk of
preme 'Court Ap- DECEDENT'S DATE Court
proved Family Law OF DEATH IS BY: Kitty Si
Form 12.915) Future BARRED. Deputy Cle
papers In this lawsuit
will be mailed to the The date of the first 4/4/2009
address on record at publication of this No- 4/11/2009
the clerk's office. tice is April 15, 2009. 4/18/2009
S1 4/25/2009


WARNING: Rule Attorney for Personal
12.285, Florida Family Representative: LEGAL#120205
Law Rules of Proce- James C.Campbell, Es- LEGAL#120205
dure, requires tertian quire I,
automatic disclosure Florida Bar No. 708283 IN THE CIRCUIT
of documents and In- #4 11th Avenue, Suite COURT OF THE
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comply can result in 32579 CUIT IN AND FOR
sanctions, including 850-651-9313 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
dismissal or striking FLORIDA CIVIL DIVI-


or pleadings.
Dated 3-27-09
CLERK OF THE
CUlT COURT
By: Edna Hoke
Deputy Clerk

04/04/09
04/11/09
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Legal # 100576
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND F
OKALOOSA COUI
FLORIDA PROBA
DIVISION CASE I
2009-CP-3256
.IN RE:, THE .EST
OF
STANLEY B. CROSI
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CRE
TORS


Personal Represent
.. tive:
Timothy W. Anderson
607 Pincone Cove
CIR- Niceville, FI 32578
04/15/2009
04/22/09,


LEGAL # 120197
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR
CUlT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA CASE
TOR NO.09-DR-1780.-C

NTY,' Stephanie Lynn Price,
IE Petitioner
NO. and

TATE Lemuel Wade Adams
BY Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
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DI- MARRIAGE


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TO! Lemuel Wade Ad-
The administration of amT Last Known Ad-
the estate of Stanley B. dress Unrknown Mont-
Crosby, deceasedomery A.Montgom-
whose date of death gomery, Al Montom-
was September 23,, ery, Al.
2008 and whose social YOU ARE NOTIFIED
security number i. that an action has been
032-28-5409 is pending filed against you and
in the Circuit ou rt forte re
Okaloosa Cont, Fr. ^ ,that you are required to
Okaloosa County,.I Flor-serve a copy of your
ida, Probate Division, written defenses, if any,
the address of which is to it on (name of Peti-
Okaloosa County Stephanie Lynn
Courthouse 101 tloner) Stephanie Lynn
Courthouse, 101 Price whose address is
James Lee Boulevard 3124 Winstead Cove
Ea3.l Crestview, Florida Crestview, FL 32539 on
-2 or, before (date) May 8,
-, 2009, and file the origi-
The names and ad- l with.the clerk of this
dresses of the personal Court at (clerks ad-
representative and the dress) ORaloosa
p e r s o n a I County Courthouse,
representative's attor- 101 E. James Lee Blvd.
ney are set forth below. Crestview, FL 32536,
before service on Peti-
All creditors of the, de- tioner or immediately
cedent and other per- thereafter. If 'you fail. to
sons having claims or do so. a default may be
demands against entered against you for
dcdeni a e .ateon the relief demanded in
wrnom a copy of this deman e, d in
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claims-, ih ins Counrl
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A' COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims- with this
court WITHIN,
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED..
NOTWITHSTANDING


Copies of all court doc-
uments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are
s ailable a! ihe Clerk of
ire Cir.-ul Court's of-
iice. 'vou nmay review
In-.e documents upon
request.
You must keep the
'Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of
your current' address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Flor-
'da Suprem.e Court Ap-
orc.ve F.arr,,i) Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
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documents and infor.
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in ri irniluding dis-
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cross yellow river ages, Warehouses,
bridge, turn right at Mini-Storage, Factory
caution light, about go Erection. Field Service
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circle, take first right go _
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4th house on left) Little .--
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SALE!
Sat. April 25, 7am-lpm, I .. L
3145 Pinewoods Drive 4100- Help Wanted
(Off Shoffner Blvd.) Fur- 4110- Restaurants/Clubs
nature, baby items, 4120- sales
household items plus 4130 Employment
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corporation DEREK E. Garage Sale
WYATT,. KRISTEN L. G-SatApg 25h710am
WYATT JIMMY PAR- -R- Ra 524 Tom Sawyer Lane
ISH BUILDERS, INC., a -, -.,, Misc .-Baby children
Florida corporation, and household iterns!
HOUSTON. MANOR:( .. and household items!
LLC., a Florida limited Crestview
liability company, GARAGE SALE!
CHANAN' ESTATES HH ,. GRAG. E SALE
PROPERTY OWNERS BSat. Apri 5 7am-?,
ASSOCIATION, INC. a P NO hARL, BIRDS!
Florida not-for-pNr'ofit MERCHANDISE 6111 Sonny Lane (Off
corporation, andi 3101 .- "' Auburn Rd). Video
cororatiOOD ESTATES 3100 -Antiques" .tapes, Household
R ERL AESSoSTA 3110 -Appliance s items, crafts, yard tools
OIWNlSAC, C fAl ori 3120 -Arts.Crafts & misc. If rains, will
TIO N, INC ., a Flo rida 3130 -Auctians, __ "^
not-for-profit corpora- 3140 Baby Items have sale on 5-02-09
tion, 3150 Building Supplies C
Defendants. 3160 Business Crestview
Equipment Moving Sale
NOTICE OF ACTION 3170 Collectibles Sat. 8am-3pm 3 War-
.PRO.PERTY Computers' r W a oH 90E
3PROPERTY3190- Electronics bierrWay (off Hwy 90^E)
3200 Firewood LR/DR, hide a bed,
TO: CHANAN ES- 3220 Furniture desk, bookcase/wall
TATES PROPERTY 3230 Garage/Yard Sales units & much more
OWNERS ASSOCIA- 3240 Guns '
TION, INC. a Florida 3250 Good Things to Eat
non-profit corporation, 32600- Health & Fitness
Last Known "Address 3270 "Jewelry/Clothing, I '
(Vacant): 1111 Shoal 3280a- Machinery/' ,NE
Rve Drive C restvie w ,. .wEquipm ent
Dr v Ces v 3290-Medical Equipment Crestview
.FL32539 3300 Miscellaneous Two Family
(Current Address Un- 3310- Musical Instmments G --ai
known) 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Garage'Sale
Supplies Sat. 7am-?. 140
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 3330 Restaurant/Hotel' 'Oakcrest, Dr.; in Grand-
that an action to fore- 3340 Sporting Goods view Heights Subd. Air
close a mortgage and 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) compressor, drill press,
security interest on the chipper,antique rocker,
following real property,' ; mahogany doors, furni-
and the personal' prop- ture, clothes, & more
erty, intangibles and 3100
other coiiaieral affixed .Al T o Crestview,
to, associated with, or ^AILTPe of Watch & Yard Sale April 25,
relating thereto located o Reair, grandma 8-till, 596 Brock Ave,
in. Oaloosa 'County others mantels, cuckoos, off 85,
Florida, described as: we buyantiques, Call
PARCEL I 689-1007 ,Crestview
Lot 16, Block A, Yard Sale
CHANAN ESTATES, Sat. April 25th 7am -
according to the plat until North Lloyd St (off
thereof, as recorded in 3130 1st. St). To much to list.
Plat Book 21, Page 77,
of the Public Recbrds Auction! Brick Hn:.me Crestview
of Okaloosa County, and 395 Acres ,r, Ell Yard Sale
Florida, River, Fayetteville, Lin- Apr. 25th
PARCEL II coln County, Tennesse. at-j Aprl' 2,
Lots 22, 24 -and 25, Saturday May 2nd Ave'3pbaby,,men 4 '
Block -C, TRAILWOOD 12:00 noon. Women cb^a,. e &w
ESTATES SUBDIVI- Garner Auctions, Inc. wmen ci.t s Arsew v
SION, according to the garnerauctionsinc.com, AC, tools housewares.
plat -thereof, as re- Ken Garner TNFIRM
corded in .Plat Book 22, 4293, (877)914-SOLD.
Page 1 of the PublicGeorg a Auctions
Recr rds c iOkaloosa GeorgNa Land n ,
Cc.urnty Flo~.daj. 895 acre Farm, 391
which include any and acre Pecan Orchard. Laurel Hill
all strips and gores of income producing Heritage
land adjacent to' and May st 2nd. United Plantation
used r c.nrnnaclon i :Cnuntry Certified Real Plantation
tdhe' above' cr.,re, Eaie e(800)711-9175.- Golf Course
real property, and all www.CertifiedRea 1 Dal
night ttle and interestEtateAuctionscom 1 Day
hin to, over and under GAL3046 10%BP Liquidation sale
the ways, arreeis. side. on Saturday
walks and alleys ad- f Mv.sclools. rr, equip'
joining the ". rnen cnainsaw. re,
aboe.dascr;bed real frigerator, industrial ice
property, riclud ng but maker, meat cutter;
not limited, to' all ease- Metal Roofing. 40yr shirts, golf clubs, -misc.
ment, licenses and WarranivBu 'v direct golf equipment, kitchen
prletes ir,-rio. a n from manufacturer 30/- -u;pmeni, display
all builrings. slructures colors in stock, wall ra,,I lurnrnure & more!
and Improvements of accessories. Quick turn Inside entrance Build-
every kind iand de- around. Delivery availa- ing. 3201 Heritage
scription, if any, ble. Gulf Coast^Supply Plantati6n Blvd., Laurel
erected', or placed & Mt (,888)393-0335 HIll.9am-5pm
thereon and all 'materi- www.,ufCoastSupply.
als placed thereon iri corm .TUPPERWARE
any way used or to be Call Jackie 682-4305
used in connection with _
the use, enjoyment, oc-
cupancy' or operation 322-
of the real property,
and for other relief has $490 Sofa & Loveseat 3260 I
been filed against you set, Microfiber, new in i .....
and you are required to box. Lifetime warr. Can Looking or Stationar
serve a copy of your deliver. 850-471-0330 Recumbent exercise
written defenses, if any, bike wih full seat, cal
to this action on the 8"391
Plaintiffs' attorney, Online Pharmay By
whose 'narie and ad- W Soma, Ultram, Fioricet,
dress is JOHN N. Prozac, Buspar
QMURATIDES, "ES $490 Sofa & Loveseat $71.99/90 $107/180
WaQUIRE, Steairnse set, Microfiber, new. in Quantities, Price In-
Weaver Millet Weissler, box. Lifetime warr. Can eludes Prescription!
Alhadeff & Sitterson deliver. 850-471-0330 Over. 200 Meds $25
RA., SunTrust. Finan- .Coupon Mention Offer:
cial Centre Suite Mattress, NEW Queen #91A31.
2200, Post Office Box Pillowtop w/foundation. (888)389-0461.
3299, Tampa, Florida Factory sealed. Warr. tri-drugstore.com
33601, Tele- $165. 850 471-0330 -
phone:(813)223-4800,
on or before May 22, Brand Name Pillowtop
2009 and file the origi- Set, King, still in plas-
nal with the Clerk of tic, warranty. $225. Call 3280
this Court either before 850-255-3050 Tap and Die Set
service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately Oak finish Entertain- New, very large, in
thereafter; otherwise, a ment Center on wheels, metal case. #1-1" HSS
default will be entered lots of storage/shelves.' $600. Call 499-8086
against you for the re- $125. O.B.O Like new
lief demanded in the med. green colored .1
Complaint. sofa very soft pillow j
DATED on Ap(il 7, back & arms. Beautiful!
2009. $175. O.B.O. Call 3300


DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit
'Court 101 E. James
Lee Boulevard Crest-
view, FL 32536
By: Anita Cantrall
DEPUTY CLERK
04/15/2009
04/22/2009




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6170 Mobile Home/Lot
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6200 Vacation Rentals



Crestview
Office Space
Eight offices now avail-
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Plaza. Rental rate in-
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mon area ann mainte-
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Professional Office
building for Lease'
1000sf. 101 Duggan
Ave. (Next to Eglin
FCU) Call 621-0046


6- 11o0

S1 mo Free Rent!
,Crestview- 2br, lba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575 mo / $550dep, 12
mo Ise req. 585-6985


NEW rDgJAV
Crestylew- 2 BR, 1 BA
$500. mo $5000 dep nod
pets Call 398-5757 or


Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk.Call 682-4466
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 &2BR,HC&non
HC accessible apart-
ments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
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Housing Opportunity,
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$217/mo! 3 br Foreclo-
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Crestvlew- 2 br, 1.5 ba
TH, $700 mo, $725 dd.
No smoke/pets. Near
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2.5ba, 1cg TH- near
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$750 mo. Pet neg.
Mil. Disc. 897-0267



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$12,500! Only -$217/
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$199/Mo! for listings
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Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba,
near CHS. Big yard.
Clean. .$850 mo+dd.
Call 420-0140


Crestvlew 2br, 1ba.
No pets/smoke. $525
meo+ 1st, last, & sec.
dep. 850-545-5331


Holt House for rent or
sale. 3bd 2ba, 2 story,
1 ac, fenced in, above
ground pool: $850. mo
+dd. & ref. 499-7412 or
537-8528 "


Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
* 804 Buck Ward Rd -
3br,2ba;$795 .
Crestview -
* 226 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
* 1413 S. Pearl St
4br, 1 ba,$600
* 218 Virginia St ... .
2 br, 1.5 ba, $950
* 4644'Bobolink'Way
2br, 2ba,$625 ,
* 6119 Sonny Lane.
3 br, 1.5 ba, $775
* 575 Pine Ave.
3br, 2 ba;$795 ,
*104 CQ winSt
2 Or 2 5 ba. $795
* 5292 Opponunty Dr
3 br, 2 D0, $95
* 5255 Sue Cir
3 br, 2 ba, $795
* 651 Panama Dr
4br,2ba,$895 ,.
* 2405 Mill Run Dr,
3br, 2 ba; $995 '
* 6458 Moonlight Ln
3 br, 2 ba; $995
* 179 Conquest Ave,
3 br, 2ba; $1050
* 211 Raptor Dr,
4 br, 2 ba; $1200\
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250


420-1517 Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
-home. ONLY $850 mol Commercial
Crestview Bent Creek Call Jenny at Pelican 593 James Lee Blvd,
SApts II Vouchers Ac- Real Estate 315-0972 1600sf, $1200
cepted. Rental assis-
tance may be avail. 1 &
2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apts. 209 Bent. 1 -l
Creek Rd. Crestview, *
FL. Call 850 682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal'
Housing Opportunity
'Crestview I &.l II
cApartments Large
S- C$70o /
Now accepting applica- I "'B"
tions for 1 & 2 BR HC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-.
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-51 49,
TDD/1-F171.1.1450 ..1' = ,r A . .
Coremo Drive, Crest- *f ll l I 1
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Opporturnry ,. I I


NEW relAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 3542 Auburn Rd,
$695, 3 br 1 ba, 1 cg,
1.5 acres
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175,3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets.
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1200, 3br 2ba no pets
* 428 Riverchase,
$1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets.
* 290 Main Street
$1500 Commercial


16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba,
W/D hook ups, CH&A,
$675 /mo., $400 dep. Bank Owned Prop-
682-1266 or 978-3196 I erties Free Lists
Cellstate GulfcOast
SRealty 850-472-2500


HFW IIAV _____
Baker 3BR/2BA on 2.4
'acres, paved road, city ...
water, w-d hookup, no y
smoking/pets. Ref. req. \ Vir vW
$600. mo + $600.dd
Call 537-4981 or
826-4139


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All Properties require a stview Laige
rqie 3BR/2BA Doublewide
credit check, 1 yr on Highland Hills Rd.
lease, no inside smok- Ref & ID,' Req.
ing. Pet fees are non- $700.mo + $700. dd
refundable.Cal4863
Call Debra cal_428-6023
Frost 682-6156

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660 Crestview 2bd 1ba,
[ :,GBlueberry Country Es-


Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo includes all
utils & cable. Call.
S689-8978 "


states $450 mo. + dd.,
includes garbage
p I c, k u p .. a l I
850-978-3520

Holt For rent or sale.
2bd 1b $500mo.rdd,
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7200 Timeshare


Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
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
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Holt 2bd 2 1/2 be,
Brick, 1 acre, .475 US
Hwy 90 West 1891 sq
h of neared and air
condri owned sea 2 car
garge, sl.orage build-
ing at rar ci property
210 Ii on US Hwy 90
west house and land in
perfect condition.
$150,000 call 862-9013
or 862-3303



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Individual wants to
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Contact an experi-
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resident- Agent Mildred
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Call to learn how a first
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are low, prices are low
and for a full service
Realtor dedicated to
giving the very best
service possible, call
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
\Inc.
850-689-1334
850-582-3806



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My Marshfront: Owner
sacrifice! Drop dead
gorgeous Marshfront.
Abutting lot 67 sold
and closed for
$259,900. Lot 68 just
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homesite, beautiful
trees, captivating
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and water. Nearby hos-
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more. Call;
(877)671-8837.
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Oversize LIke Lot! 4.1
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Slips!I (was $39,900)
Park-like hardwood set-
ting near lake. Enjoy
deeded access to pri-
vate lake, free boat
slips & pavilion. Quiet
rd frontage, utilities,
warranty deed. Excel-
lent financing. Must
see, call ,now
(888)792-5253, x. 2274.
TN Land/Lakes, LLC


0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344

Baker- 2006 Horton
16x72 MH. Lived in one
yr by. elderly couple..
Exc. Cond. Pay off bal-
ance. 582-1640



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97 Toyota Camry $700!
97 VW Passat $500!
Police Impounds for
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(800)366-9813 ext
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Honda Civic 96 $500!
Toyota Camry 97 $7001
Ford Taurus 99 $450l
Police Impounds! For
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details 850-683-0758 f listings call
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i, finder, Livewell & Magic
1 Tilt Trailer $9500
850-685-7097


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8f340 Motorhomes


19' 4" Stratos
HP Bass Boat, 200 HP
Evinrude w/ 3 props,
3-D Humminbird fish
finder, 109# 36 volt
trolling motor,
Lowrance 24 volt on
board charger,. 2
livewells, single axle
trailer w/breakaway
tongue. Cover & Ski
acc. incl. Must See!
Sharp for 1992 model!
Excellent tournament
Rig. $5700 OBO.
850-537-2141. Ask for
Jeff. or leave msg.


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business directory


Family Owned and Operated
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Ph: 850.682.5233 or 850.892.3852
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Pump Outs- Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirt Land Clearing


Serving
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Now Accepting


Ph: 80.68.523 or 80.89.385
Fax 85.8297


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Auto Home Life Business

"Your complete insurance source
with unsurpassed service."

168 W. Woodruff
(Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900
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606 James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
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Fort Walton Beach
745 Beal Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach.


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