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POLICE BLOTTER ...... .6A
SPORTS ...............1B
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BUSINESS ..............8B
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Laurel Hill School, USDA set to build
educational nature trail. 8A


Crestview High School marching band
raising funds to attend Macy's Parade. 8A


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Jobs Plus hosts jobs fair to assist
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Summer Hoops
Laurel Hill's Reese busy on
the hardwood.

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NEWS &
NOTES


National Dubble Bubble


contest held locally
On Saturday, June 11th, kids
aged 12 and under competed to
see if their Dubble Bubble mea-
sured, up-literally! All Wal-Martl
stores nationwide include the local,
Crestview store hosted the 6th
Annual Dubble Bubble National
Bubble Blowing Contest, where kids
competed to see who could blow
the biggest diameter bubble gum
bubble.
The winner of the competition:
was. Leslie Crain, 12, from
Monument, Co. with a 9 1/2" bubble.
From this preliminary national
contest, five finalists from across the
country will be identified to partici-
pale in the National Finals. These
five kids will compete for the Grand
Prize of a $10,000 U S. Savings
Bond and a $1,000 donation in the.
24' winner's honor to Children's Miracle .
' E UNetwork!

Sikes Library to host
5' Family Library Time,


Ken Nielsen/The Bulletin
Mike O'Connor (behind truck) and his father, John, of OC's Auto and Truck Service, secure the roof at the Econo Lodge in Crestview on Sunday. The roof was
peeled off by Hurricane Dennis and took the cables from three tow trucks to secure structure in 40 mph gusts of wind.


Feared storm wreaks little havoc around Hub City


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

Fortunately, Hurricane Dennis was
more of a menace than a disaster for
north Okaloosa County residents.
Although the Miami-based
National Hurricane Center downgrad-
ed the storm from Category 4 to
Category 3, it described Dennis as
extremely dangerous. It made landfall
near Navarre beach around 3 p.m.
packing winds at 120 miles per hour
near the eye wall with sustained winds
of 145 mph.
"I believe we were very fortunate
and dodged a real bullet," said
Crestview Fire Chief Cedric Peterson.
There were reports in the city of
minor roof and tree damage, with a
few reports of downed power lines.
The most significant damage in
Crestview occurred the Econo Lodge
on south Ferdon Boulevard, which lost
its entire roof.
Dennis cut power to almost half a
million customers along the coast.
According to Gulf Power 67,877 of
their Okaloosa County customers lost
power. "We have sustained major dam-
age in some areas," said John
Hutchinson, company spokesman.
"Although we are making good
progress since Sunday afternoon, with
this amountof damage its going to take
many days to repair.
CHELCO reported only 9,354 of its
customers without power as of
Monday morning, 3,400 of those in
Okaloosa County.
There were no reports of people
killed directly by the storm in Okaloosa
County. The Baker Fire Department
only received 7 medical emergencies as
of Sunday night. Laurel Hill Fire Chief
Jerone Long said he was surprised and
relieved by the minimal damage. "I'm
just really surprised that we faired as
well as we did," said Long. "We only
received two calls during the storm,
and they were both power line relat-
ed."
See DENNIS, page 10A


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Dale Ansley, Sarah Martin, Christine Boyles and Tommy Boyles, set up camp at the Davidson Middle School shelter. The
Boyles brought enough snacks to share with anyone who needed them. "We couldn't leave it behind so we brought it
all with us," Christine Boyles said. "They made us leave some of it in the car."

Okaloosa residents seek shelter from the storm


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter
Okaloosa County residents took
Hurricane Dennis very seriously as
hundreds flocked to local shelters.
New hurricane shutters installed
last month at Antioch Elementary were
put through their first test.
"This is the first time that we had to
use our school as a shelter and it went
quite well," said Glenda Robinson,
principal at Antioch Elementary
School. "The shutters really gave us a
feeling of security."


All weekend Robinson could be
found making and serving "It's a lot
different than caring for elementary
children, but I got the hang of it,"
smiled Robinson.
Davidson shelters manager Julia
McCallum works as an OWC
AmeriCorp reading tutor. When storms
enter into the Gulf of Mexico,
McCallum puts on her Red Cross vest
and takes on the daunting task of coor-
dinating the shelter operations.
"Mrs. Robinson was just great," said
McCallum. "You would have never
known this was her first time at a shel-


McCallum said the Robinson made
every effort to make her temporary
qdests comfortable. Kenwood
Elementary reached capacity early dur-
ing the evacuation process. According
to McCallum more than 50 people were
bused from Kenwood to Antioch.
"When the people from Kenwood
arrived, most of them had nothing with
them. I asked Mrs. Robinson if there
was something we could offer them
and she immediately went and got all
See SHELTER, page 10A


The Robert L. F. Sikes Public
Library, is continuing to celebrate the
"Dog Days of Summer"-this time,
at the movies. On Tuesday, July 19,
join them for popcom and My Dog
Skip (Rated PG) at 7:00 p.m in the
Storyroom (as space allows). Come
early to claim your bean bag! Feel
free to bnng pillows and blankets
from home as we watch Willie and
Skip tum bullies into friends, tangle
with hapless moonshiners, and even
win the affections of the prettiest girl
in school. Shining with warmth and
humor, My Dog Skip unleashes a
story that will have the entire family
sitting up and begging for more.



SThe U.S. Department of
Agriculture (USDA) through the
Farm Service Agency (FSA)
makes farm ownership/operating
loans to qualified socially disad-
vantaged applicants, including but
not limited to women, African-
Americans, American Indians,
Alaskan natives, and Asian and
Pacific Islanders. For more infor-
mation, contact Wayne Davis at
(850) 682-2416 or leave a mes-
sage with your county FSA office.
First Baptist Church of
Crestview, 102 Cedar Avenue, is
hosting a revival sponsored by
James Messer Ministries.
Services are July 17-20 and will
begin at 6 p.m. on Sunday and
6:30 p.m. Mon.-Wed. You are
invited to join each night (and
noon luncheons) for uplifting
music an worship followed by a
challenging message from
keynote Bible teachers and pas-
tors.
For more information please
contact FBC Crestview, 682-
2544. The Eglin Officers'
Spouses' Club is holding a used
book sale at the Base Library on
Wednesday, July 27. 10 a.m. to 5
p.m Proceeds from the sale ben-
efit the library and EOSC charita-
ble donations. For more informa-
lion, contact Jan Exterkamp at
897-5083.


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Okaloosa County Emergency Operations
Command Center Director Randy McDaniel gives Mike O'Conner with OC's Towing fights against 40 mile per
the 11 a.m. briefing to dozens of emergency ser- hour winds to pull one of three cables to the Econo Lodge
vice leaders and public officials at the EOC Friday Motel roof. OC's and Crestview firefighters tied the huge sec-
morning. tion of roof down to keep it from blowing away.


John O'Conner tries to explain to Crestview Public Works Director Junior
Cox his engineering scheme to secure the 200 X 40 foot piece of metal roof
as Crestview Fire Chief Joe Traylor approaches in the background.


Wal-Mart associate Cynthia Blackshear tried dili-
gently to keep water available throughout the
Crestview Wal-Mart Supercenter.


Lowe's Home Improvement employees worked late into the night Friday to try and keep emergency supplies flowing. Residents began wait-
ing outside the store at 5 a.m. Saturday in hopes of getting one of 25 generators anticipated for delivery on Friday night's truck.


Crestview Fire Lt. Ken Mason braved 40 mph gusts to secure the Econo
Lodge roof. He tied 3 cables from 3 separate tow trucks to the roof to keep
it from blowing away.


"I've been in the chip business for 22 years, and
have seen a lot of hurricanes," said Tim Willis, ven-
dor for the Frito Lay snack company. "Friday was
my biggest sales day ever."


At left,
Jamison
Graves
helps his
father Roy
board up
Grand Pa's
store, Pawn
Express.


Late Friday as Hurricane Dennis entered into the Gulf of Mexico, a special emergency meeting of all north coun-
ty fire district chiefs was held in the Crestview City Council Chambers. A separate north county Emergency
Operations Center was established for the first time during Dennis to coordinate rescue and relief operations
between the area's 7 fire districts.


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Dennis proves to be no comparison to destructive Ivan


Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

Not as big. Not as powerful.
Not as problematic.
That, in a nutshell, explains
why Hurricane Dennis wreaked
considerably less havoc in north
Okaloosa County than
Hurricane Ivan did last fall.
Dennis struck many as an
Ivan done as it approached the
Florida panhandle last week.
Meteorologists, however, now
say the two storms didn't have
as much in common as original-
ly feared.
"It just wasn't as big in
scope," said Brian Mackey, a
meteorologist at Florida State
University. "It looked to be just
as strong in the inner core, but it
weakened just enough at land-


Landfall date: July 10,
2005
Maximum sustained
winds: 150 mph
Minimum central pres-
sure: 930 mb
Diameter of eye: 8
miles
Radius of hurricane-
force winds: 20 miles


fall."
Dennis made landfall Sunday
with an eye diameter of "just"
eight miles. The storm's hurri-
cane-force winds extended over
"just" a 20-mile radius. Ivan's
eye diameter was almost four


Landfall date: Sept. 16,
2004
Maximum sustained
winds: 165 mph'
Minimum central pres-
sure: 910 mb
Diameter of eye: 35
miles
Radius of hurricane-
force winds: 100 miles


times greater than Dennis';
Ivan's radius of hurricane force
winds was almost five times
larger.
"Hurricane Dennis was just
not as strong," said Dr. Bill
Williams, director of the Coast


Weather Research Center at the
University of South Alabama.
"Dennis was not as large a
storm, and did not have as large
an area of hurricane velocity
winds."
Mackey and Williams also
pointed to several differences in
the paths Ivan and Dennis took
to the Gulf Coast.
Ivan reached Category 5 hur-
ricane status several times.
Dennis never did.
Ivan passed over just a tip of
Cuba. Dennis traversed most of
the island, causing considerable
weakening.
"Ivan had space and time to
get bigger and stronger,"
Mackey said. "Dennis had to
start over again over Cuba and
regain strength."
Dennis regained much of its


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original strength a rare occur-
rence when it passed over a
warm water "loop current" in
the Gulf of Mexico.
The storm approached the
coast as a Category 4 hurricane,.
but weakened enough before
landfall to strike as a Category 3.
Williams said the cooler water
in the northern Gulf and an
upper-air low pressure system
sapped some of Dennis' strength
- but also sent the eye of the
storm closer to Okaloosa County.
"It's the same thing that hap-
pened to Ivan," Williams said. "It
took a little jog at the last minute.
People in Pensacola probably
want to know what they are
doing to bring it over their way."
One more key difference took
place after landfall. Williams and
Mackey said Ivan had down-


Water, ice ensure aftermath of Dennis nothing like Ivan


Lauren McLaughlin
Bulletin Reporter

Not only has Dennis's damage been
a different story from Ivan, so has the
relief effort.
As Dennis swept over the panhandle
Sunday afternoon, the category 3 hurri-
cane began making its mark on the city
of Laurel Hill at high noon.
According to the Laurel Hill Fire
Department, they lost phones and com-
puters at 12 p.m., and the rest of the
town had lost all power by 2 p.m.
Mayor James Dunn said that EOC
manager Randy McDaniel had already
delivered water to the Laurel Hill fire
station early Monday morning. After
Ivan, it had taken three days to get any
relief, according to Dunn. But, just as
Dennis didn't waste any time sweeping
through northwest Florida Sunday, nei-
ther did McDaniel.
"He did a great job coordinating this
year," said Dunn.
As of Monday morning, a truck of ice
and a truck of water had already pro-
vided refreshment to nearly 100 resi-
dents of Blackman, Dorcas, Almarante
and Laurel Hill.


First Baptist Church of Laurel Hill
was also doing its part. The town cur-
rently has no shelter, but the church
offered a haven for all who needed a
safe place during the storm. No one was
turned away. The firehouse was also
turned into a shelter.
Gulf Power had electricity restored
to Laurel Hill by Monday morning.
According to Baker Volunteer Fire
Department chief Gary "Jackie" Paul,
Gulf Power, along with CHELCO, had
also responded very quickly to Baker.
The town lost power shortly after
Laurel Hill on Sunday, at 3 p.m.
Although many were still without
power Monday morning, emergency
management and 77 guardsmen from
Sarasota, Florida made sure residents
had plenty other necessities.
The guardsmen, of the 3rd-265th
from 88th Air Defense Headquarter bat-
teries, brought four trucks with water
and ice. Two trucks contained 46,000
pounds of bottled water from Miami.
Another two held 20 ice pallets, with
2,100 pounds of ice per pallet, a total of
42,000 pounds of ice.
Their relief efforts were originally to
be stationed at Aker's Strawberry Patch,


Sne INews unllein
Baker Volunteer Fire Department chief
Gary "Jackie" Paul directed forklift driver
Herman Brunson as he unloaded the first
of two ice trucks. A total of 42,000
pounds of ice were delivered to Baker
area residents, along with 46,000 pounds
of water from Miami.
but they moved to the Baker Volunteer
Fire Department for more room.
The sister battalion of the 3rd-265th
relieved the 77 guardsmen so they could
man two more sites at Jay and
Chumuckla in Santa Rosa County.
Forty-five guardsmen took their place in
Baker at 3 p.m. Monday.
In addition to emergency relief per-


sonnel and the guardsmen, the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection offered assistance. The Baker
, Fire Department also had volunteers on
duty around the dock.
"I am very proud of my men," said
Paul. "They are not paid. They volun-
teer, so they are here because they want
to be."
Dennis was a surprise to Paul, who
has been with the Baker Fire
Department since 1979. He has experi-
enced several hurricanes in his time,
Opal being the worst.
"The wind (of Dennis) seemed the
same," he said, "but didn't seem as if it
had the same pressure."
Although the storm had left no
power on the west side of Yellow River,
overall, the area sustained very little
damage.
"The wind was viciouss" said Paul,
"but it was not as bad as Ivan."
The only structural damage he noted
was minor, involving sheds and car-
ports.
Paul had stayed in Baker for the
duration of Dennis.
"We felt like we were being torn up,"
he said, "but the damage wasn't there."


Better safe than sorry: Crestview residents prepared early for Dennis


Lauren McLaughlin
Bulletin Reporter
As Hurricane Dennis still
whirled well below the panhandle
last Thursday, residents already
were preparing for any threat the
menace might bring as it hit land.
At Wal-Mart, Crestview resi-
dents were stocking up on the
necessities.
"The two biggest things people
are buying right now are water
and batteries," said store manager
Jon Kurpil.
He is noticing a difference this
hurricane season from last.
"A lot of people are buying ear-
lier than normal," he said. "People
- because of past experiences are
preparing a little better this time
around."




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Although Wal-Mart was well
stocked with batteries, water and
other hurricane-related items, as
of Thursday, the store was out of
generators.
"We have called everybody we
can, and they know we need
them," said Kurpil. "There is a
suppliers' shortage. If they can
send them, they will."
Meanwhile, on Main Street,
Crestview Plumbing and
Hardware manager Gary Ellis
was out of large gas cans.
"But we've got plenty of small
ones," he assured.
His store may not be as big as
Wal-Mart, but people were
already trickling in Thursday
morning as national weather fore-
casts moved Dennis's path closer
and closer to Crestview.


"They're really getting a head
start on it this time," said ElM "It
kind of caught us al'off ,ard

(with Ivan)."
And, though Crestview is
growing, small-town hearsay still
travels among locals as a storm of
this magnitude approaches.
"Some are saying there's no
plywood all the way from Milton
to Navarre," Ellis said. "Some are
coming from Pensacola to buy
plywood that's what somebody
told me."
His items of demand were gas
cans, anchors and tie downs.
"They're getting pretty scarce,
too," he said.
Ellis planned to keep his store
open regular store hours as long as
Dennis stayed on track, so cus-
tomers could get the items they


needed.
"I'm going to stay as long as I
can,"hesaid.
"Kurpil ensured the same.
"We are still receiving merchan-
dise trucks every day and we will
remain open as long as we can," he
said. "I would not anticipate dos-
ing as long as we have power."
Not only were Crestview resi-
dents preparing earlier this year,
so were those hitting the roads.
Derrick Posey of Gulf Coast
Traffic Engineering in Pensacola
spent much of Thursday after-
noon and evening setting up road
markers with flashing lights to
guide residents who would be
evacuating.
"It's going to be a long night,"
he said Thursday afternoon, with
a truckload of traffic markers still


to place along Highway 90.
' However, some who had
thoughtabout leaving had already
begun to cha their minds'by
Thursday night. Although Billy
Adams, of Holt, had tridd to make
reservations at several hotels
throughout south Georgia
Thursday morning, it seemed as
though many other coastal resi-
dents had the same idea.
"They're all booked up," he
said.
Kurpil noticed that the com-
munity was preparing earlier this
year, but he also noticed some-
thing else. Thursday was like the
calm before the storm in
Crestview.
"I don't see a lot of panic," he
said. "People are concerned but
getting prepared."


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bursts in the eye wall starting at
20,000 feet and rushing down to
the surface, causing fearsome
gusts. Meteorologists did not
detect similar activity in Dennis.
The meteorologists said
Dennis will earn a spot in the
history books because of its tim-
ing not as a sequel to Ivan.
Dennis was the fourth named
storm of the Atlantic hurricane
season, the earliest a fourth
storm has occurred. Dennis also
was the most powerful hurri-
cane on record to strike the
United States in July.
"There were lots of firsts, lots
of records for Dennis due to the
date and the intensity at this
date," Mackey said. "It didn't
produce as much damage as
feared, but it still packed a pretty
good punch."


Local family

comes home

to find gator

in back yard


Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

A Crestview family got quite a
surprise when it arrived at its
home Monday night.
The residents at a home on
Williams Street just outside of
Crestview returned to their home
to find an alligator on their 'back
porch.
"The headlights shined on the
alligator and that's when the
called us," Crestview Police Lt.
Toby Baker said. "That's when
they called us.
"That's not an everyday
occurrence for us. It's the first
time I responded to an alligator
call."
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) annually receives about
15,000 alligator nuisance com-
plaints, according to the FWC
Web site. The FWC responds to
5,000 alligator nuisance com-
plaints a year.
The FWC wardens corralled
the animal anri leased it back
into the wild. ~%, Jijy did get
to pet the alligatOa'and pose for a
picture.
"The wardens were very pro-
fessional and handled the situa-
tion well," Baker said. "Right
now, we're trying to figure out
where it came from. It probably
was from the creeks and ponds
nearby."
Those who encounter an alli-
gator over four feet in length that
poses a threat to humans or prop-
erty should call 1-866-FWC-
GATOR (392-4286). The FWC
will evaluate the complaint and,
if necessary, send a contracted
trapper to remove the animal.
On the Internet:
http:/ /myfwc.com/gators/faq/
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Jeff Miller Report:

Post-storm tips

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Jeff Miller DON'T
leave your
home or shelter until
emergency officials tell you it's
safe. You may only be in the
eye, with half the storm -
sometimes the stronger half -
still to come.
If you're not at home, don't'
return until you get the all-
clear. Roads may be blocked by
debris. Wait to learn from
broadcast reports or shelter
officials which roads are
passable.
Driving will be treacherous.
Traffic lights will be out and
streets filled with debris and
downed power lines.
If your neighborhood floods
during the storm, listen to the
radio for instructions. Rising
water may require you to leave
even after the storm has
passed.
Watch and listen for reports
of storm-spawned tornadoes.
DON'T call police,
emergency or utility officials
unless you have a life-
threatening emergency.
If you must call loved ones
to let them know you're all
right, be brief to free lines for
others.
DON'T touch power lines.
Watch for downed lines.
Assume all lines are live unless
Told otherwise.
Watch your step. The area
will be covered with broken
glass and other debris. Parts of
your'home, your porch, tree
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DON'T sightsee. Roads will
be clogged.
You may have to show proof
of residency before being
allowed back into your
neighborhood.
Use cell phones sparingly;
they may be 'the only working
phones, and only a limited
number of cells will be
operating. Battery use is limited.
Also, Many cellular phone
towers may be down and cell
phones may not work.


United States Representative Jeff
Miller was sworn in as the
Congressman of the First District
Congressional District of Florida
In October of 2001. In 2002, the
people of Northwest Florida sent
Congresshian 'Miller back to
: Washingfon for a second term.
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The Supreme Court Repeals the Constitution


Note: The Mary Jones column will return next week. In
her stead, here is a guest column by Sheldon
Richman. He is senior fellow at The Future of Freedom
Foundation (www.fff.org) in Fairfax, Va., author of
'Tethered Citizens: Time to Repeal the Welfare State,"
and editor of The Freeman magazine.

The political philosopher Murray Rothbard used to say
that every principle devised to limit the power of
government sooner or later becomes a way to expand it. In
the recent Supreme Court decision stretching the power of
eminent domain to include redistribution of private property
to assist private economic activity, we have another example:
the "takings clause" of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution.
The clause holds, "[Nor] shall private property be taken
for public use, without just compensation." Since, as the
Supreme Court wrote in 1926, "It cannot be presumed that
any clause in the Constitution is intended to be without
effect," we have to read each word closely. In his dissent in
the recent case, Kelo v. City of New London, Supreme Court
Justice Clarence Thomas does just that. Parsing the clause
with great care, he shows there is no reasonable reading but
this: if the government wants to take a person's property, it
may do so only for public use (such as a road) and only if the
owner is fairly paid. Thus the Takings Clause was intended
to be, Thomas writes, "an express limit on the government's
power of eminent domain."
Before proceeding I must say that eminent domain
assaults the individual freedom that Americans will go
through the motions of celebrating on July 4.

The very term should make us suspicious in that it tells us
that government asserts, according to Merriam-Webster's
Dictionary of Law, "the superior dominion of its sovereignty
over all lands within its jurisdiction." In other words, we live
on the land at the pleasure of the sovereign. As a matter of
law, this principle is a vestige of absolute monarchy and is
contrary to the libertarian spirit of the American founding.
.As a matter of logic, no "just compensation" is possible in a
forced sale of property, because the only just price is the one
freely negotiated by seller and buyer. What makes a


transaction morally legitimate is not compensation but
consent. Eminent-domain cases are distinguished precisely
by their lack of seller's consent.
It's an unfortunate historical fact that the American
Framers did not condemn the power of eminent domain. But
it is also a fact that they sought to limit it through the public-
use and just-compensation provisions in the Bill of Rights.
This is why the Kelo decision is such a blow. As Justice
Sandra Day O'Connor writes in her dissent, the Court has
"effectively [deleted] the words 'for public use' from the
Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment."
We are all less secure in our homes than we were on June
22. But some are more secure than others: the homes of low-
income people are far more likely to be taken than those of
the affluent. The winners are big, well-connected
businesses-and revenue-hungry local politicians, such as
those in New London, Connecticut.
They condemned a number of homes and stores in a
decent working-class neighborhood to make way for a Pfizer
research facility, upscale restaurants, and other businesses.
Several homeowners objected, including an elderly woman
who has lived in her home all her life, and they sued all the
way to the Supreme Court. The city argued that since the
new businesses will produce increased tax revenue and jobs,
the takings will benefit the public, even if the city doesn't
directly use the land.
In ruling for the city, the 5-4 majority held that "public
use" needn't mean public use. It may mean any intended
public benefit. Quoting a 1984 case, Justice John Paul Stevens
declared, the "Court long ago rejected any literal requirement
that condemned property be put into use for the general
public."
If the Court can liberate itself from any "literal
requirement" when reading the Takings Clause, it follows
that it can liberate itself from that requirement when reading
any other part of the Constitution. But that means we can
never know how the Court will claim to understand the
Framers' limits on government power. Which means: there
are no limits on government power.
We've been in postconstitutional America for some
time now. Kelo adds an ominous P.S.: There's no turning
back.


Some ABC's cops must know


Rick Hord L is for the language barriers that often confront us.
Okaloosa County Sheriff's M is for Mens Rea, the legal term for criminal intent.
Public Information Officer It's always an element of probable cause.
N is for Night shift. Our duties don't end at sunset.
The education and training of a Deputy Sheriff or other O is for Opportunity: criminals are always looking for
peace officer never ends. All officers must meet continuing- it. Minimizing opportunity is the key concept of all crime
training requirements for the duration of his or her career. prevention programs.
Many go way beyond the required minimum training, and P is for Probable Cause, the legal standard we must
take advanced or specialized courses. As in any other meet before making an arrest. Lawyers argue about it and
endeavor, however, no fancy school ever replaces the basics. courts rule on it long after the fact, but we must explain
In that spirit, here are some of the ABC's of our job: Probable Cause decisions right away.
A is for Always. Always Available, Always vigilant, Q is for Quick response when we're needed right away.
Always striving to serve. R is for the Resource Officers in every school. A
B is for our Badge: it represents many concepts, by far dozen years ago, Charlie Morris was the only one in
the most important of which is public trust. Okaloosa County. Now, he is the Sheriff of Okaloosa
C is for the Constitution we swear to uphold and County, and every middle school and high school in our
'defend. -...c. county-hasat least one Resource.Officer,-he-larger.ones
isr sptes: vget'Ial t d f tliem have two.
e', y .ar May citizens'diSputes ae no iinl'- -.. '..-.S is for Spring Break, a busy time of the year. .
matters, but we do our best to resolve them. T is for Terry Stop, an important tool authorized by the
E is for Ethical conduct. Our motto: "Be what you courts; it provides guidelines for temporary detention
represent... Public Trust." based on less than probable cause. '
F is for Fights; they don't solve problems, they cause U is for the Unbiased position we strive to maintain.
them. V is for Voluntary Compliance, which is always our
G is for the Greed that motivates thieves, goal.
H is for Helping everyone we can. W is for Witness... citizens who step forward to help.
I is for Injunction, also known as "restraining order." X is for eXtra patrol of your house while you're out of
J is for Jurisdiction, the geographic area we serve. For town.
Okaloosa County, it's almost 1,000 square miles. Y is for the Young people who benefit from our many
K is for the K-9 dogs that detect drugs, chase fleeing programs and services.
criminals, search buildings, and perform many other Z is for the Zeal with which we accept the challenges
tasks. Ours are some of the best in the nation. of our profession.


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Pulse

Do you think gas
gouging occurred
during Hurricane
Dennis?


PATRICIA BURNEY
Milton
"With all of the attacks that
our country is under from
terrorists, it's terrible that
Americans would do this to
other Americans.


SUSAN ELIASON
Crestview


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"As I was leaving town to
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Mayor
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"Yeah, definitely. I went to
bed Friday night and the
price was 20 cents higher tby
the time I woke up Saturday
morning. "


VIEWPOINT AND COMMENTARY


RHONDA REEVES
Paxton-
"Everyone was removing his
or her prices from the signs: I
believe that's a little
suspicious."


JOHN WRAY
Crestview
"I think it's terrible. My wife
called the Attorney General
Hotline and complained."


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2005


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One writer's


perspective: How I evacuated Dennis


As Hurricane Dennis
approached the coast last week,
I was getting ready to evacuate
the panhandle with over one
million other Floridians. Early
Friday afternoon, I had planned
to cash my paycheck at
AmSouth on Ferdon just before
heading to my apartment to
pack and head north to
Alabama. After realizing, how-
ever, that many others had the
same idea, I decided to hold on
to my check for the time being.
As I headed south on Hwy.
85 toward my apartment com-
plex, I was noticing that traffic
was thick and slow. Just as I
drove under the 1-10 overpass,
my eye followed a never-ending
line of cars over the horizon. I
tuned in to a local radio station,
and learned that many in Destin
and Fort Walton had been
issued a voluntary evacuation,
but would soon receive a
mandatory one.
Although I had planned to
finish the day out at work, it
was then that I realized I had to
get going while the going was
still good. I had already filled
up with gas the day before,
thank goodness. Most gas sta-
tions I passed were jam-packed


Writer's
DnIaAI


with cars waiting i
Having been th
fury first-hand in
began to think of e
scenario I would e
upon returning to
after Dennis. As a
would have to con
if others weren't ab
we have power an
As I gathered it
on my pilgrimage
Alabama, my hom
pared my apartme
could for Dennis, 1
pared for my return
unplugging all ele
ances and putting
my only valuable
20" television I fi
my bathtubs with
Flashbacks of sitting
musty Pensacola d
with ripe smelling
flashed through m


Because the tap water had been
contaminated with sewage, we
had not been able to bathe for
about a week after Ivan.


IDUCR That would not happen
again. Even if Dennis did pelt
By Lauren the coast, I would not stink. I
would save as much pre-Dennis
McLaughlin water as I could now. I would
be dean. I also filled my bath-
for fuel. room and kitchen sinks with
rough Ivan's water for good measure.
Pensacola, I Just before saying goodbye
every possible to my apartment, I dropped a
counter 10-day fish feeder into my
Crestview aquarium so my gold fish
reporter, I would have something to eat
ne back even while I was gone. It disturbed
ble to. Would me when they started gorging
.d water? on the feeder. I wondered if it
ems to take would last until I got back. I
to North wondered if they would last. If
town, I pre- flying debris broke their aquari-
nt as best I um, even flooding wouldn't
but I also pre- save them because my apart-
n. After ment is on the second floor of
ctrical appli- my complex. I had no choice
plastic over but to let Mother Nature toss
possession a the dice and determine the fate
lled both of of my fish.
water. Once I had secured my
ng in a hot, apartment and loaded my car
lorm room with my most precious belong-
roommates ings two new outfits I had
y mind. bought last weekend, some pic-


tures and a notebook containing
everything I've ever written, I
was headed to the Crestview
News Bulletin office to cover my
computer and say goodbye. But
first, I had a decision to make.
Should I turn into the line of
endless cars heading north on
Hwy. 85 or take P.J. Adams
Parkway? I took the latter.
Although I was basking in
my wise decision for several
minutes, shortly after crossing
the overpass over I-10, I began
having second thoughts. But it
was too late to turn back.
Within a matter of minutes, cars
wound around the road and out
of sight in my rear view mirror.
By Friday at 1:30 p.m., enough
evacuees had filled the roads
that it took 25 minutes to turn
onto Hwy. 90. Most people
turned toward Baker. However,
I turned back toward Crestview.
I still had some business to take
care of before leaving.
When I returned to the office,
I covered my computer with
plastic. My co-workers who
were staying behind to face all
that Dennis would do within
the next two days wished me
well. I imagined what it would
be like for them to stay in the


basement under the office as
Dennis pounded overhead.
More thoughts of being in a
dormitory during Ivan flooded
my memory. I wondered how
much worse this one could be.
At 2:00 p.m., I left the office
and headed for Holt to pick up
my boyfriend, Alex. He would
be accompanying me during my
race from Dennis. Once he had
joined me, I let him take over
the wheel. We promptly drove
down a cut-off road through the
Blackwater State Forest. Luckily,
there was no congestion, except
for the pine trees and a few
dead armadillos. Alex explained
that many animals act erratical-
ly when they sense bad weather
approaching.
"Let's hope a big ol black
bear doesn't run out in front of
the car," he said. How comfort-
ing, I thought.
Upon arriving in Munson,
we turned northeast toward
Brewton, Alabama. It was there
that we encountered our first
congestion of fellow evacuees.
From that point, it was glow
moving until Greenville, the
first place we stopped to refill
on gas. By Montgomery, we had
endured well over 100 miles of


Tate Oil Company under investigation for price-gouging on gas


o. 4 w.^ ^ Ken Nielsen/rvhe News Bulletin
This has bteri a typical sight the last few days as gas has become scarce throughout the Panhandle


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

Many Crestview residents
were not surprised Tuesday
when they heard that the
Crestview-based Tate Oil
Company is under investigation
by the Florida Attorney Generals
Office.
Tate Oils and Motiva
Enterprises, LLC, one of its sup-
pliers, were served the subpoenas
on Monday.
Crist wants to determine why
gasoline prices charged at Tate
gas stations increased as much as
30 cents per gallon as Hurricane
Dennis approached the Florida
coastline.
"My wife called and com-
plained," said an angry John
Way, as he ete, the,Wal-Mart.
Super Center in Crestview


Tuesday afternoon.
"I think it's terrible that gas
companies would intentionally
do this at a time like this."
The Attorney General's No-
Scam Hotline logged more than
1,600 calls after Governor Bush
dedared Florida to be under a
state of emergency on Thursday.
"Price gouging is one of the
worst ways to take advantage of
people in a time of great need,"
said Attorney General Charlie
Crist. "We will get to the bottom
of this," he added.
"With all of the attacks we
receive from outside our country,
it's terrible that Americans would
treat Americans like this," said
Milton resident Patricia Bumey.
Crist's office has launched a
widespread investigation into
allegations that fuel prices across.
the state may have been raised


improperly. The Attorney
General's preliminary investiga-
tion has found that the number of
Shell gas retailers involved in
price gouging complaints was
more than double any other retail
brand.
The subpoenas request that
the companies to produce all
documentary material and other
tangible evidence from both
companies, including their prices
for the previous 30 days, lists of
stations they supply and the
amount their prices increased
after Governor Jeb Bush declared
a state of emergency on
Thursday. Responses to the sub-
poenas are due by July 25.
Those wishing to report sus-
pected price gouging may call
the Attorney General's Fraud
,. ttliBeatr, -6rN-N-SCA-M or
..<1-866-96-722). .,


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, July
25, 2005 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Council
Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the
City Council of the City of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinance
#1184 which is set forth by title as follows:

ORDINANCE #1184

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA, CONTIGUOUS LANDS DESCRIBED AS SET
FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVID-
ING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR BOUND-
ARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING DESIGNA-
TION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE BASE, LAND
USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH
THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING
FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

A copy of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk's Office,
at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the City of Crestview, Florida,
where it may be inspected by the public and interested parties, and inter-
ested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discriminate
upon the basis of any individual's disability status. Anyone requiring
reasonable accommodation as provided for in the Americans With
Disabilities Act to insure access to and participation in the meeting
should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least
five (5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrange-
ments.

If a person decides to appeal any decision-made by the City Council
with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or public hearing
such person will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose,
such person may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes the testimony and any evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.

Janice F. Young
City Clerk


July 13, 2005 C- .--
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bumper to bumper traffic, and
even with four lanes leading out
of the city, the lines of cars crept
slowly. It wasn't until we were
40 miles south of Birmingham
that we finally found some
relief from the stop and go traf-
fic. It had been just as thick in
middle Alabama as it had been
in the south end.
Alex and I finally arrived in
my hometown of Decatur at
9:30 p.m. A normally five hour
trip had taken almost eight
hours. But I wasn't complain-
ing. I was just glad to be safe
from the menace that Dennis
might be. While in Decatur, I
stayed glued to the television
most of the time. I wanted to
see how Dennis would play out.
Thankfully, for northwest
Florida and my fish he fiz-
zled;
Upon returning to my apart-
ment yesterday morning, I
found all four goldfish alive and
well. Well fed, at least. I also
had power, water and two tubs
of extra H20. From the looks
around town, it actually
appeared that, during Dennis,
there might have been more
water inside my apartment than
out.











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POLICE

BLOTTI
Information taken from a
enforcement reports, con
Lauren McLaughlin


Last name basis
A local man recently loaned a
friend his gold necklace, worth
over $300, and hasn't seen it
since.
The friend asked the man if he
could borrow the piece of jewel-
ry for a couple of hours, and the
man had no problem granting
his request. However, the friend
failed to return the necklace and
has been seen wearing it around
town for several weeks.
When local authorities gathered
information about the suspect
from the man who loaned the
necklace, he didn't know the
friend's last name, only that he
worked in Holt. When police
contacted the friend, he said he
did not know anything about
the necklace.
The case is yet to be solved, and
the man is encouraged not to let
anyone else borrow a fine piece
of jewelry without first knowing
his last name.

A diagnosis of Network
Video burglar behavior
The local' Network Video has
recently encountered several
problems with getting cus-
tomers to return rental movies
and games.
Case 1: One man checked out
several movies last September,
each valued at $12.95, and
would not take them back until
the business threatened to press
criminal charges this month.
The man then returned all the
videos except two.
The two movies he opted to
keep were "Four Rooms" and
"May." His selections seem very
odd. Not only are those titles
obscure, their reviews also
make them sound like the kind
of movies a group of teen girls
would watch after getting
dumped or failing cheerleading
tryouts. Both have intense char-
acters and heavy plot with all
the drama a high school girl's
heart could desire.
And, just as impulsive as a typi-
cal teen girl, this man apparent-
ly didn't plan his crime. The day
he rented the movies, he pre-
sented his photo ID and signed
his receipt to ensure the author-
ities could find him easily. Some
psychologists say this type of
blatant crime is simply the
man's cry for help. He wanted
to be caught.
But this customer isn't the only
one turning to Network Video
as a means of finding "rescue."

Case 2: A Crestview woman who


Cre w Fire
Department dispatches
Motor vehicle accidents 20. Fire -
2. EMS Charlie 2. EMS Delta 6. Fire
alarm 2. Auto fire 1. Structure fire -
3. Vehicle lockout 1. Lines down 1.
Total 38.

City of Crestview crime
reports
6/30: Sadi Elizabeth Jordan, DOB
2/21/86, of 6341 Carann Place, Baker,
was arrested for retail theft. Levell
Demease Robinson, DOB 4/23/69, of
6341 Carann Place, Baker, was arrest-
ed for retail theft, resisting merchant,
and obstruction by disguise.
7/1: Amy J. Amolsch, DOB 4/27/71,
of 1938 Plunkett St., Hollywood, Fla.,
was 'arrested for loitering.
7/2: William B. Stokes, DOB
9/18/81, of 7011 Spring Creek Dr.,
Laurel Hill, was arrested for operating a
motorcycle without a license.
7/3: Adam "Bo Bo" Shaw, DOB
4/7/50, of 346 North Lincoln St.,
Crestview, was arrested for battery
(domestic violence).
7/5: George W. Ayres, DOB
11/11/80, of 138 Quince Lane,
Carlottesville, Va., was arrested for
petit/retail theft. Carlton L. Heard,
DOB 6/3/50, of 221 W. Bowers Ave.,
Crestview, was arrested for battery
(domestic violence).
7/6: Cynthia B. McCowen, DOB
1/13/62, of 6010 Robin Rd., Crestview,
was arrested for failure to register her
vehicle. Kenneth T. Grant, DOB
8/20/86, of 358 Madison Ave.,
Valparaiso, was arrested for grand
theft auto. Kendra Akins, DOB
10/15/86, of 330 Walnut Ave.,
Crestview, was arrested for leaving the
scene of a crash involving damage to a
car.


Okaloosa County
Sheriffs crime reports
6/28: Kyle Joseph Ehret, DOB
2/19/84, of 1200 E. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, was arrested for grand theft
and dealing in stolen property.
6/29: Shirley Diane Morrison, DOB
4/3/67, of 197 Ratliff St., Crestview,


rented a video game
last August also
failed to return the


Sunday, July 17
John Sullivan
Executive Director
Fl. Baptist Convention


Monday, July 18
Junior Hill
Evangelist
Harlville, AL


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Wednesday, July 20
Jimmy Jackson, Pastor, Whitesburg Baptist Church, Huntsville, AL


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RI property.
She rented "Soul
actual law Caliber 2," which
'piled by consisted of three
discs. Although the
woman did take the
game's box back to the store,
employees discovered she'd
kept the actual discs.
This woman, too, had presented
her photo ID and signed her
name to a receipt, giving
authorities easy access to charge
her for failing to return rented
property.
Although this woman's actions
may have also been a cry for
help, the nature of the two
above crimes causes skeptics to
wonder. Are too much T.V. and
video games turning our brains
to mush? Why didn't these two
renters think about their crimes
more carefully before giving
away their identities? Not that it
makes it right, but if you're
going to commit a crime, why
not try to get away with it?
Psychologists would chime in at
this point, reminding us that
they didn't want to get away
with it. Niether did Winona
Ryder. According to Scottish
reporter Chrissy ley, who eval-
uated the star, "Shoplifting is
profoundly middle class. People
who are hungry or deprived
rob, burgle or beg. People who
are bored or sad, or who need to
airlift themselves out of the
comfort zone, shoplift."
In other words, people who
don't have much to worry about
have more time to do things
they shouldn't. After all, an idle
mind is the Devil's workshop. It
is suggested that the two above
shoplifters find constructive
activities other than movies and
video games to occupy them-
selves, such as fishing, knitting,
or an underwater basketweav-
ing dass.

Still hope for suspect
The candor of some criminals in
Crestview continues to leave
local police in awe.
When an officer recently initiat-
ed a search of a man he suspect-
ed for criminal mischief, he
asked the man if he had any-
thing in his pockets. The suspect
said he did. When the officer
asked him what, he replied,
"Something I shouldn't have."
After conducting a search, the
officer obtained three plastic
vials containing an off-white,
semi-solid substance, which
tested positive as being cocaine.
Although the suspect was bust-
ed, at least his admission of
guilt proves that Crestview
criminals aren't so reprobate
that they no longer know the
difference between right and
wrong.


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday. July 25.
2005 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the
Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1183 which is set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE #1183
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, CONTIGUOUS LANDS
DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING
FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIP-
TION; PROVIDING FOR BOUNDARY; PROVIDING
FOR LAND USE AND ZONING DESIGNATION; PRO-
VIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE BASE, LAND USE
AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPRE-
HENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FIL-
ING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CON-
FLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

A copy of the proposed ordinance is available in the City
Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the
City of Crestview, Florida, where it may be inspected by the
public and interested parties, and interested parties may appear
at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordi-
nance.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not dis-
criminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in
the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and par-
ticipation in the meeting should contact the Office of the City
Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to
the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing such person will need a record of the proceedings
and for such purpose,
such person may need to .
insure that a verbatim I -4
record of the proceed- i -
ings is made, which
record includes the testi-_____
mony and any evidence
upon which the appeal __- _
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was arrested for violation of probation.
* Sandra Driggers, DOB 8/10/64, of
Virginia Court, Crestview, was arrested
for violation of probation on the original
charge of driving under the influence. *
Hank Lee Mason, DOB 12/17/57, of
5466 Clint Mason Rd., Crestview, was
arrested for felony battery.
6/30: Howard Eugene Swilley, DOB
11/7/55, of 5888 Jack Stokes Rd.,
Baker, was arrested for grand theft. *
Scott Domitroff, DOB 7/10/61, of
Crestview, was arrested for theft and
robbery. John Frank Sabor, III, DOB
10/4/83, of 407 Texas Parkway,
Crestview, was arrested for driving
while license suspended. Elliot
Rodney Goffney, DOB 2/28/84, of 885
E. Williams Ave., Crestview, was
arrested for violation of probation.
7/1: Tanya Marea Milstead, DOB
12/21/72, of 1110 Northview Dr.,
Crestview, was arrested for driving
under the influence. Wendell Bruce
Latham, DOB 3/19/53, of 3062 Airport
Rd., Crestview, was arrested for bat-
tery. Wendell Wayne Williams, DOB
7/22/55, of 7840 Hwy 85 North, Laurel
Hill, was arrested for possession of
marijuana. Angelo Rodriguez, DOB
1/21/80, of 2871 Shoffner Ave.,
Crestview, was arrested for battery
(domestic violence). Allen Lamar
Harris, DOB 2/11/84, of 3779 Ebenezer
Rd., Laurel Hill, was arrested for failure
to appear. Angelo Rodriguez, DOB
1/21/80, of 2871 Shoffner Ave.,
Crestview, was arrested for battery
(domestic violence).
7/3: Christopher Atrue Salado,
DOB 7/19/85, of 205 Southview Dr.,
Crestview, was arrested for participat-
ing in an unlawful race and driving with
a suspended/cancelled/revoked
license. Damas Gene Bell, DOB
12/8/69, was arrested for aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon without
intent to kill, trespassing, and resisting
an officer without violence. Michael A.
Bennett, DOB 3/24/65, of 833 Fairview
Dr., Fort Walton Beach, was arrested
for failure to appear.
7/5: Cami Jo Adams, DOB
10/20/85, of 6171 Peaden Dr.,
Crestview, was arrested for violation of
probation.
7/6: Sonja Rachelle Dulaney, DOB
11/30/75, of 824 Bob Sikes Dr., Fort
Walton Beach, was arrested for resist-
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Laptop cons


Police iave


new tool to

fight crime

Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

The information technologi-
cal highway has arrived at the
Crestview Police Department.
In fact it's arrived in the police
cars.
Beginning later this month,
all of the city's 17 patrol cars will
be equipped with laptop com-
puters, linked by a wireless con-
nection to the department's dis-
patch.
A mixture of the local law
enforcement Block grants and
money budgeted by the depart-
ment funded the $60,000 proj-
ect.
Sgt. Kent Buckner demon-
strated the performance of the
new technology. He has been
formatting the laptops with the
new software and will complete
the installation to the vehicles by
mid-July.
Because the wireless system
has a limited local range, data
will only be transmitted locally
between the patrol cars and the
dispatch center.
The exchange of data can go
in both directions. Reports filled
out by officers on the road can
be sent the central hard drive in
the dispatch center.
"Any paperwork that can be
done in the office can now be
done in the field," Buckner said.
"Information like suspect
description and even photo-
graphs can be sent to the officer
in the field from the dispatch
center."
Buckner says that this new
technology will allow the officer
to stay in his zone working and
not have to come to the patrol
room to file his reports.
"That cuts down significantly
on our response time," Buckner
said.
i -.;..*.'. .. *; :; T.' r F


"Any paperwork thdt can be done in the office can
now be done in the field. ... That cuts down significant-
ly on our response time."

SGT. KENT BUJCKNER
On the impact of the new laptop computers recently
installed in the city's patrol cars.


In the future it would be pos-
sible to equip the cars with digi-
tal cameras that could transmit
back to the dispatch center live
video or photos from the field.
Once the complete system is
operational, officers will be tied
into state and federal databases.
This will give the department
the ability to check validity of an
individual driver's license check
to see if a vehicle is reported
stolen.
The police department is put-
ting together a master name
index that creates a record for
every individual they make an
incident report on. Officers on
the road will be soon be able to
cross-reference that database.
Officers often will be with a
suspect who gives a particular
name, but has no identification
with him to prove it.
"When an officer has the sus-
picion that an individual he is
dealing with may be in the index
database, he will be able to
access it and pull that person's
photo up. That alone adds a seri-
ous crime fighting tool into our
arsenal," said Buckner.
Built into the software is an
instant messaging program that
will allow officers to communi-
cate with other with out using
their radios.
"This will really enhance offi-
cer safety," added Buckner.
"This will be information that
goes over the computer, not a
public access frequency,"
He expressed concern that
more and more of the general


public monitors police frequen-
cies on scanners. Many of those
listening are potential criminals
monitoring law enforcement
movement.
"I hope that this will keep
people from expecting us,"
expressed Buckner
"This will eliminate some of
the radio chatter that is constant
all day, all night."
He was also quick to add that
this will not eliminate all radio
communication.
"We will never get to the
point where you can just call an
officer in, give him a laptop, put
him in a car and say, 'Go to
work,'" he said.
According to a survey con-
ducted by Buckner in 2001 the
department was spending over
$10,000 per year in required car-
bon copy paper forms.
Then there is the inevitable
problem of reading the forms. In
many instances there are up to
five copies of each form. One
goes to the police files, another
to the clerk's office, another to
the State Attorney's office, and
finally a copy goes to the defen-
dant.
"Some people's handwriting
is good. And then, some peo-
ple's handwriting is not so
good," smiled Buckner. "Going
to the electronic forms makes it
where no matter who fills out
the form, it's legible."
Buckner explained that copy
paper is far less expensive than
carbon copy forms.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Department Sgt. Kent Buckner checks the state's criminal warrant database
from his patrol car during a routine traffic stop. New technology purchased by the city will
allow each patrol car to be tied into local, state, and national databases.



Vest recall not a problem


Crestview has

Kevlar jackets
Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

Recent safety concerns
over the protective value of
bulletproof vests manufac-
tured by Second Chance Body
Armor Inc. will not have an
affect the Crestview Police
Department.
Some of the vests containing
a light and wearable synthetic
fiber called Zylon have been
recalled.
"At this time the Second
Chance-made vests that our


department has are not includ-
ed in the recall," said Sgt. Kent
Buckner, Public information
officer for the Crestview Police
Department.
Second Chance Body Armor
Inc., which is undergoing reor-
ganization in federal bankrupt-
cy court, has said the vests
"may fail to perform and result
in serious injury or death."
Local law officers are stick-
ing with Kevlar, said Buckner.
The information that Zylon
might not be safe is old news in
the law enforcement communi-
ty.
Two years ago, an officer in
Forest Hills, Pa. was seriously
injured when a bullet pene-
trated the front panel of his


Zylon vest. When tested, the
material showed possible
"degradation problems" that
would affect the life of the
vest, according to the Second
Chance Web site.
"Second Chance has always
been well-respected in the law
enforcement community," said
Buckner. "I think we may even
have some Second Chance
vests, but all of ours are
Kevlar."
The company recalled more
than 130,000 Zylon vests,
which forced the company into
bankruptcy proceedings. At
the time, however, vests that
contained a blend of Zylon and
other protective fibers were not
recalled.


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LHS gets outdoor 'class'


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

This group of dedicated con-
servationists began a journey
that ultimately will introduce
Okaloosa County school chil-
dren to many of Florida's native
species of plant life through con-
servation.
The project is a partnership
between the Okaloosa County
School District, the United
States Department of
Agriculture Natural Resource
Conservation Service, and
Three Rivers Resource
Conservation and
Development.
The Three Rivers RC&D is a
non-profit, locally initiated,
sponsored and directed organi-
zation that works to enhance the
quality of life by improving the
economic, social, and environ-
mental conditions within its
area.
The cost of the project will be
entirely funded through Three
Rivers RC&D.


"We are looking to create
nature trail here at Laurel Hill
School," said Darryl Williams,
district Conservationist with the
USDA NRCS.
"School kids can come out
and learn about Florida's native
habitat in their own back yard.
We will actually be creating a
classroom so speak."
The nature trail is the brain-
child of two teachers at the
school, Mildred Strickland and
Joan Mitchell.
The raised board trail will
wind through approximately 3.5
acres of wooded area adjacent to
the west side of the school.
Eventually the school hopes to
connect the nature trail with an
already existing butterfly gar-
den.
Three Rivers RC&D environ-
mental specialist Travis Davis
joined NRCS soil scientist
Andrew Williams recently on a
fact-finding tour of the wooded
area.
One of the team's goals is to
find a course that the trail can


follow that will require the least
amount of EPA permitting.
"Andrew and I are perform-
ing a preliminary walk through
the area to establish the wetland
boundaries and determine any
permitting that may be
required," explained Davis as he
stepped over a naturally decay-
ing tree.
Davis went on to say that
part of his task was to identify
what native species are present,
and plot out a possible direction
for the trail to follow.
Soil scientists like Williams
can determine the extent of the
wetland boundaries by uncover-
ing what's in the soil.
"Another way to determine
the hydrology is to get all the
way into what is obviously a
wetlands and then work your
way out and see at which point
you lose your indicators,"
Williams explained.
If everything stays on its cur-
rent time schedule, the initial
site preparation could begin this
fall.


Crestview band raising money for


Thanksgiving trip to New York


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
USDA District Conservationist Darryl Williams, right, USDA Soil Scientist Andrew Williams, cen-
ter, and Three River RC&D Environmental Specialist Travis Davis, foreground, identify foliage
species and take soil samples as part of their environmental assessment study of 3.5 acres of
woods next to Laurel Hill School.





MEET DR. JAMES WILLIS


Lauren McLaughlin
Bulletin Reporter

The Crestview High School
Band will be holding a yard sale
this Saturday on the school's
lawn from 8 a.m. until noon to
raise money for a once-in-a-life-
time experience.
The band has been chosen to
march in this year's Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade in
New York City.
"We have applied several
times, but this is the first time
we have been invited," said Lisa
Taylor, CHS band fundraiser
chairperson. "This opportunity
just doesn't come by high school
bands every day."
The band will hold several
fundraisers to raise money for
the trip, which will cost each stu-
dent and chaperone about $1,300.
"That money includes a char-
tered air flight and Broadway
show," said Taylor. "We will be
constantly busy. t's -well-worth
th'f1,3000 becaue Yoiivorinmaly
couldn't go to New York and do
that much."
About 250 students have
already signed up for the trip,
along with 40 to 50 chaperones.


"This opportunity just
doesn't come by high
school bands every day."

LISA TAYLOR
CHS band fundraiser
chairperson


"And school hasn't started
yet," said Taylor. "The nintl
graders are waiting because they
have to try out for the Big Red
Machine performing band."
In addition to the $1,300, stu-
dents also have to pay regular
band fees. Taylor is hoping their
Rent-A-Kid fundraiser will also
bring in a lot of support.
Band members have signed
up to do yard work, baby sitting
and other household chores for
those who buy their services.
"It'll be $10 per kid per hour,"
she said.


Taylor encourages the com-
munity to come by the yard sale
Saturday. Many families will
have items for sale, and you may
find a deal. Depending on dam-
age caused by Hurricane Dennis,
however, the yard sale may be
postponed. If so, keep your eyes
peeled for the rain date in the
Crestview News Bulletin.
The band will also be selling
cookie dough by mid-July and
coupon books near the end of
the month.
It's also never too early to
daydream-about munching into
a big, juicy apple. The band will
start taking orders for their fall
apple sale in September.
All money for the trip must be
collected by October 10. For more
information about a fundraiser or
to make a donation, contact
Taylor at 689-2619. Those wishing
to rent-a-kid may contact Taylor
beginning Monday.
-Taylor- expects the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade will
be history in the making for the
CHS band.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime
trip," she said. "This is our first
time to be accepted."


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now realize the impor-
tance of treating the
patient, rather than only
their symptoms. This
philosophy, sometimes
referred to as a "holistic"
approach, is also called
osteopathic medicine. As
doctors of osteopathy (D.O.), these physicians
are providing important medical care to those
in need. One such physician who practices
osteopathic medicine is Dr. James Willis,
with North Okaloosa Medical Center. We
recently discussed Dr. Willis' background
and philosophy as he continues to build his
practice and meet new patients.

DESCRIBE YOUR APPROACH TO MEDICINE
'AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, DEALING
WITH PATIENTS.
I was taught to treat the patient, rather than
only their symptoms. It's so important to look
beyond the symptom or symptoms and take
the entire situation into account. I address the
injury or the illness but I also ask what led
to the injury or what problems may have
caused an illness. I often ask patients about
their family environment, their job or other
information that may be helpful when making
a diagnosis. A perfect example is back pain -
which is often a very serious occupational
issue for many patients. If I can help address
what is causing the back pain, then perhaps I
can work with the patient and help them take
steps to avoid back problems in the future.

DO YOUFEEL THISAPPROACHALLOWS YOU
TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH PATIENTS?
My very first appointment with a new
patient usually lasts about an hour, and the
reason I devote that much time for the first
appointment is because it's important to fully
assess the patient's healthcare status, medical
history, and lifestyle issues and discuss what
factors are important as we work together
to prioritize their medical needs. I get a lot of
positive feedback from patients who truly
appreciate the commitment of time, and I hope
I can build long-lasting, trusting relationships
with them as a result of this approach.

WHAT DO YOU THINK MOST PATIENTS
SAY AFTER VISITING WITH YOU?
Well, I certainly hope they will have a positive
experience and tell a friend or relative about
it. I also hope they have an experience that
motivates them to suggest that others come to
visit my office. Word of mouth is avery important,
and powerful, method of communication,
and I hope that my philosophy of treating
people, not just symptoms, is something they
tell others about.

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO ESTABLISH
YOUR PRACTICE HERE?
I decided to open my practice here for a couple
of reasons first, because I was based in the
Air Force nearby, and my family and I like


this area. Also, the area has been medically
underserved, and I saw a need for healthcare
and a great community of people who clearly
need dependable resources without needing to
travel long distances. By filling that void, I feel
as if I am playing an important role in this
community. I live here in town and have found,
quite simply, it's a nice place to raise a family.
I want to not only serve the community as a
medical professional, but I very much want to
participate in the community as a citizen. I'm in
a unique position, because I'm fortunate
enough to meet with other members of the
community on a daily basis. These people
share the same interests as I do in shaping the
quality of life in this area.

HOW HAS YOUR MILITARY BACKGROUND
INFLUENCED YOUR MEDICAL CAREER?
Because there are many military retirees and
active duty families in the area, it has served as
an important way to build a strong bond with
the community. In addition, my background in
the military prepared me for family practice
because, while in training in the Air Force, I
worked with people of all ages, with a very broad
range of common medical issues every day.

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE FAMILY PRACTICE ,
AS YOUR AREA OF SPECIALTY?
I've noticed that building solid relationships
with individuals and the community helps to
build a successful family practice. I truly enjoy
meeting different people from different
walks of life. An important part of my job is
educating people about healthcare issues -
and I get the chance to do that on a daily basis.
As a former high school teacher, I can
combine my teaching skills with my medical
background through this job. Plus, it gives me
great satisfaction knowing that I am providing
an important service to the community.

YOU OFFER A VARIETY OF SERVICES
AND SPECIALIZE IN SEVERAL AREAS.
HOW CAN THE COMMUNITY BENEFIT
FROM YOUR EXPERTISE?
Well, I do offer a number of specialties, such
as pediatric and geriatric care. My services
also include immunizations, annual exams,
screenings, and flu shots. Other areas of focus
include sports medicine, weight management,
nutrition and occupational medicine. These are
all important, because they truly are associated
with preventive medicine. Weight management,
for example, is critical because patients who
don't control their weight are at risk of
diabetes and heart disease. By helping them
attain and maintain a healthy weight through
nutrition and exercise, not only will I help them
feel better, but I can also prevent the onset of
future ailments. Many patients often don't
receive thorough instruction about preventive
healthcare, which can lead to confusion or lack
of concern.
I think my emphasis on individual attention
will help patients understand the importance of
taking responsibility for their health and allow
them to live healthier and happier lives.


To learn more about Dr. James Willis or to set up an appointment, call
him at (850) 682-6873, or visit the office at 524 W. James Lee Blvd.,
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Fair links employers to job seekers


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

Job seekers of all ages and
skill levels crowded into the Jobs
Plus Service Center on Wilson
Street on June 29 for an opportu-
nity to meet with potential
employers. The event was a Jobs
Fair sponsored by the Jobs Plus
One Stop Career Center.
Within the first half-hour
nearly 50 people had registered
for the 2-hour event. "I could not
have asked for a better turn
*out," said Pam Thompson,
employer service manager with
the Jobs Plus Career Center.
"Right now in the Okaloosa-
Walton area we have more than
800 job openings of all levels. We
are aggressively trying to help
our local employers fill the
many job positions that they
have openings for."
Potential job seekers eagerly
looking for work began to arrive
at the fair 2 hours before it began.
With a 2.8 unemployment
rate in Okaloosa County, and
with Walton County having the
lowest unemployment in the
state, there are a lot of employers
looking for workers. Over a
dozen businesses, ranging from
high tech defense to restaurants,
were represented at the fair.
"This is a real job seeker's
market in Okaloosa County,"
said Chuck Garcia, human
resource manager for the City of


Destin. "We're here with a vari-
ety of positions with immediate
openings. We have a tremen-
dous benefits package that most
people find very attractive when
looking through the job mar-
ket."
Linda Roper with Crestview
Aerospace Corporation handed
out more than 50 job description
sheets within the first 30 min-
utes, and had to ask one of the
fair workers if she could have
more made.
"I'm really pleased with the
response that we're getting at
our table," said Roper." She
explained that most of CAC's
entry level positions had been
filled, but they had plenty of
non-entry level job openings.
"We are still finding it difficult to
fill all of the skilled labor jobs
that we have."
Bruce Hoon had a stack of
applications in his hand as he
moved from booth to booth
speaking with employers.
Though currently employed, he
came out just to see what oppor-
tunities were available in the
local job market. He seemed
optimistic about a possible
career change.
"Everyone here has been real
helpful. ... Who knows, I have a
stack of applications here to fill
out," smiled Hoon.
In the end, more than 100 job
seekers met with the 14 employ-
ers.


By Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
With a mixture of job applications already in hand, Bruce Hoon speaks with Linda Roper, human resource coordinator with
Crestview Aerospace Corporation, about career opportunities.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2005


National Guard arrives to assist with hurricane aftermath


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter


Relief comes in the form of GIs and Jeeps


Citizens of Crestview woke
up Monday morning to the sight
of hundreds of Florida National
Guard troops and their vehicles
rumbling through town.
By early Sunday afternoon,
about 700 National Guard sol-
diers were preparing to board
trucks at the Leon County
Fairgrounds on the southern
edge of Tallahassee and move to
an overnight encampment here
in Crestview.
State officials said that recon-
naissance teams and some res-
cue crews had moved into the
Panhandle behind the storm
Sunday evening, but that most
rescue and relief operations
would probably not start until
daybreak for safety reasons.
"Our focus today is on what
we're going to be doing tomor-
row, what tomorrow is going to
look like," said Gov. Jeb Bush at
a press conference late Sunday.
"Convoys of National Guard
men and women are going to be
heading west, and 700 police
officers are going to be doing
exactly the same thing," he
added.'
The first mission for the
troops will be to help rescue
people stranded in floodwaters
and battered homes, and to pro-
vide a show of force to discour-
age the looting that followed last
year's hurricanes.
The National Guard also
helps with food and water dis-
tribution, traffic control, and
basic public safety.
More than 200 Humvee
transports and huge tankers
formed a dozen straight rows in
the parking lot of Central Baptist


John Parrott
Bulletin Military Reporter


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Florida National Guardsman Jan Hall with the 625 Alpha Battalion
out of Palatka, Florida waits in his humvee for orders to move out.
Hall and around 700 of his fellow guardsmen from the 625 Battalion
staged in Crestview at Central Baptist Church late Sunday evening
before leaving for Pensacola. Part of Hall's battalion is staging at
the Baker Fire Station to pass out food and water.


Church Monday morning.
Guardsmen, some wearing
the same desert camouflage that
they wore while in Afghanistan
and Iraq, spread in every direc-
tion to prepare vehicles and
equipment.
Lt. Daniel Swintek with the
265 Alpha Battery from Palatka,
Florida stood in the church park-
ing lot on South Ferdon
Boulevard enjoying the cool
breeze and sunshine left behind
by Dennis.
"We brought two battalions
up here from Palatka," said
Swintek. "Our mission is to go
into Pensacola and stage a POD,
Point of Distribution. "We're
used to this. Our unit was acti-
vated for nearly 6 weeks last
year on a similar mission."
While the guardsmen waited
for their DOT escort, they sat in


their humvees, many talking on
cell phones.
Jan Hall was another guards-
man from Palatka en route to
Escambia County with humani-
tarian mission experience. "Last
year we were all over the state,"
said Hall. "We were in Pensacola
for a while and before that we
set up POD's in Orlando and
Ponte Gorda."
Hall said that the guys enjoy
these missions and that it is
never a problem finding volun-
teers ready to sign up.
"Last year we called it the
Florida Tour '04. This year we're
calling it '05The Continuation
Tour," smiled Hall.
The troops left the church at
8:30 a.m. with an entourage of
Crestview police, Florida
Highway Patrol, and Florida
DOT vehicles.


Approximately 200 Army
National Guardsmen from West
Palm Beach arrived from their
weekend staging area in
Tallahassee to begin immediate
traffic and vehicle control in and
around FEMA Points Of
Distribution. The PODS are due
in today or Thursday. They will
also augment local civil authori-
ties as needed.
According to First Sergeant
Andrew Noll of the 265th Air
Defense Battery, they were noti-
fied Friday, then were ordered to
Tallahassee, and then to Camp'
Blanding to begin preparation
for moving into the Panhandle.
"We haven't had much time
to assess the situation," Noll
said, when asked what he
thought of the area and damage
left by Hurricane Dennis.
"It is a little too early to tell,
but we are assembled and
ready," he added.
That seems to be the theme
running through the encamp-


ment at Crestview High School.
Sgt. 1st Class Cindy Southard
from Port St. Lucie, and mother
of six-year-old Kenny, says leav-
ing is difficult even for a short
while, considering they had just
returned from a year in
Afghanistan.
Ironically Southard is one of
the few cooks in the group, but
this time there are no portable
messing facilities, and as she
said, "We now call it food ser-
vice."
Food will be supplied from
local restaurants, which is a
departure from other times
when portable kitchens accom-
panied these types of duty
assignments.
"I'm here in a noncooking
capacity," Southard smiled and
said. "We came back from
Afghanistan on Mother's Day,
and here we are, but that is OK."
When asked what kind of
reception they have gotten since
arriving, Southard said,
"Everyone has been great and
we appreciate it."
Several of the same men and


women of the 265th were here
less than a year ago after
Hurricane Ivan.
While the army contingent
began settling in, the Air Force
Guardsmen from the 290th Joint
Communication Squadron,
McDill AFB, were preparing to
leave for Whiting Field and
Pensacola National Guard
Armory, according to MSgt.
Jeffery Voth who said, "We pro-
vide the communications for the
army. Whether it is phone line, *
internet service, or data lines,
that's our job and we go where
the army goes."
SSgt. Stephen Boomer
summed it up best when he said,
"We were here six weeks after
Hurricane Ivan, and now here
we are today. You would think
three and a half hurricanes
would be enough, but I guess
four hurricanes won't hurt."
Many of the same group
members have seen augmenta-
tion duty here and abroad, in
Afghanistan and Iraq, and as
Boomer said, "It feels almost like
home."


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
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of the gym mats that she had to
use as bed mattresses."
The shelter at Antioch
Elementary ended up with 273
evacuees.
For the Red Cross volunteers
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Dennis was just another storm.
The school had been used on
three other occasions as an evac-
uation shelter.
"We're getting pretty good at


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DENNI, from pageA i- A-.T


In terms of wind speed,
Dennis was as strong as Ivan,
which came ashore near
Pensacola and killed 25 people,
caused $14 billion in damages
and destroyed or damaged 13 oil
drilling platforms in the Gulf.
But the storm moved rapidly
over land, limiting the damage it
could inflict, and its strongest
side hit well east of Pensacola.
"This is a serious situation,
but we're prepared," said


age, but that was just for a short
time."
Walthall went on to say that
the shelter checked in over 400
people. One entire hallway was
dedicated to around 100 Latinos
that arrived together on Friday.
"There were around 20 Latino
families that all arrived with in a
few minutes of each other," said
Simon. "Fortunately we had a
volunteer that spoke Spanish


and was able to communicate
wonderfully with them."
Those evacuees that lived
north of the Shoal and Yellow
Rivers were released back to
their homes Sunday evening.
Anyone that lived in the Destin
and Fort Walton Beach areas
was allowed to leave Monday
morning.
The shelter officially cosed at
1 p.m. Monday.


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FEMA, the federal disaster
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Distribution sites for emer-
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Military retirees may be squeezed out of TRICARE


John Parrott
Bulletin Military Reporter


What promises to be an old-
fashioned bare-knuckle fight is
looming on the horizon, and at
the heart are TRICARE arid the
military retiree.
In a recent interview, Dr.
William Winkenwerder, Jr.,
Assistant Secretary of Defense
for Health Affairs, said he and
other senior defense officials at
the Department of Defense are
considering several ways to
curb the rapid rise in military
health care costs.
Winkenwerder said that ten-
year-old fixed fees and co-pays
have largely contributed to the
rising health cost, and that has
encouraged many younger
retirees working second careers
to use TRICARE rather than
employer-provided health


insurance.
TRICARE retirees under 65
see an average out-of-pocket
cost of about $700 to $900 dollars
a year, while under employee
health insurance the employee
forks out $4,000 or more. Even
though it is perfectly legal, it is
draining the TRICARE budget
at an alarming rate.
One option being discussed
is sure to anger older retirees
because it would require them to
pay considerably more for each
doctor visit.
Fredrick W. Cook, a member
of the Defense Advisory
Committee on Military
Compensation, suggests TRI-
CARE fees and co-pays should
be raised for retirees and then
indexed to inflation like their
annuities. Cook called his plan
"perfectly fair and equitable."
Not many retirees would
agree with Mr. Cook, but one


thing is almost certain.
Something must happen in the
near future otherwise, retirees
will be locked out for good.
The DOD argues retiree co-
payments have been frozen for
the past ten years at $12 for a
visit to a civilian doctor and $11
for a day for hospitalization and
they say this is unacceptable
considering the DOD must
shoulder the burden of reim-
bursement to the physician.
What some retirees are
already seeing is doctors refus-
ing to accept TRICARE patients
because the paid rate to physi-
cians continues to decline and it
is expected to drop another 4.3%
by January 2006.
Winkenwerder would not
say which option might surface
as the go-ahead plan, but one
thing is for sure. If retirees have
to pay more out-of-pocket costs
for hospital and doctor visits


under a revised TRICARE plan,
Congress will surely feel the
wrath and heat from retirees
who will claim they have
already paid the price.
Both houses of Congress are


trying to work contentious
issue, but neither HR 2356 nor S
1068 adequately address the
issue of reimbursement to health
care providers. Until this is final-
ized military retirees will face an


uncertain future when it comes
to health care cost and shared
payment, and you can bet they
will be ready to rumble if they
are tagged with additional co-
pay cost. Round one coming up.


City receives two bids



on community center


Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter

The possibility of a new com-
munity center in the City of
Crestview got one step closer
June 27 when the city council
opened the two bids submitted
for its construction.


dcherol- 0o


The city had to compromise
on some of the original building
plans in order to meet the budget
set for the project.
Nothing has been signed with
either of the two companies
showing interest in the design to
build contract yet. The council
directed public works director
Junior Cox and his staff to evalu-
ate the two bids and make a final
recommendation to the city coun-
cil's at their next regular meeting
on July 11.
Mike Wing, administrative
assistant to the city, feels good
about the prospects. "It's a little
smaller, simplified version of the
original plans," said Wing. "We
put the floor plan out for bid so as
to get an idea of what the cost
would be. Once a contractor is
selected they will submit a design
build set of drawings for the
councils approval."
The overall square footage is
around 16,500 feet. Wing said that
moderate changes were made in
the roof design that brought the


cost down in addition to the elim-
ination of one set of bathrooms.
The main multipurpose room
remained the same size as the
original plans. The kitchen and
outer rooms were scaled down in
square footage but not eliminat-
ed.
"I am just glad to see that this
project is finally moving for-
ward," said Mayor George
Whitehurst. He has been very
active and vocal the past 5 years
with his feelings about the need
for the community center. "We
must have a place where our
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our children do not have to drive
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still has to meet the council's
approval. The two proposals
ranged from $1,055,227 to
$1,392,500. The city currently has
around $750,000 in grant monies
received from the state for the
project.


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* NEWS &

NOTES


By Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Former Baker golfer Nikki
Hadd works on her swing ear-
lier this summer.
Hadd at tourney
Baker graduate Nikki Hadd
started play in the U.S. Women's
Amateur Public Links tourna-
ment on Monday in Kansas City,
Mo.
The tournament continues
through Saturday.
Hadd, who recently complet-
ed her career at the University
of Mississippi, hopes to qualify
for the LPGA Tour later this
year.

Little League
Baker was eliminated from
the 11-12 Little League District 1
,tournament after a 10-2 loss
against Tri-County on July 5.
Baker finished in the tourna-
ment's top six.
Crestview is scheduled to
host the 13-14 District 1 tourna-
ment. Baker has a team in the
six-squad field. The tourna-
metit's opening around, sched-
iled for-Satiufday, was post-
poned.
Crestview has an entry in
the five-team Senior League
tournament at Niceville.
Crestview's opening game,
scheduled for Saturday, was
postponed.

Hole-in-one
Howard Mitchell of
Crestview recorded a hole-in-
one July 1 at Foxwood Country
Club. Mitchell used a 9-iron to
ace the 135-yard No. 4 hole.

Pizza cards
The Davidson Middle School
football team is selling Papa
John's Pizza discount cards to
help raise money for the upcom-
ing season.
The defending county cham-
pions are selling the cards for
$10 each. With the card, buyers
can get one free large pizza
with the purchase of another.
The discounts are valid at any
Papa John's from Panama City
to Pensacola.
To order your card, contact
coach Dexter Day at 683-7500,
ext. 408.

Baker sports
Baker School is gauging inter-
est in possible boys and girls
cross country and golf teams for"
the upcoming fall.
Baker athletes with some golf
or running experience who
would be interesting in partici-
pating should contact athletic
director Bob Kellogg at the
school at (850) 689-7279.

Auto racing
All events scheduled for last
weekend at Emerald Coast
Dragway in Holt were post-
poned. The track hopes to
resume its regular schedule this
weekend.

Summer news?
If you have summer sports
news of interest, the News
Bulletin wants to hear from you!
Just call 682-6524, or email
kjwright28@yahoo.com, or
send a letter to the News
Bulletin at P.O. Box 447,
Crestview, FL 32539.

Early edition
The News Bulletin sports sec-
tion was completed early
because of the threat of
Hurricane Dennis. Events that
took place late, last week and
early this week will be covered
in future editions of the News
Bulletin.


Basketball


National






exposure

Hoboes standout Reese

headed to AAU championship
Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor


LAUREL HILL Brad Reese
didn't rest on his laurels after a
successful junior season on the
basketball court.
Reese embarked on a busy
summer schedule, hoping to
add even more to his game
before his senior year at Laurel
Hill.
Reese will see how he fares
against the country's best play-
ers when he competes in the 17-
and-under AAU national tour-
nament late this month in
Orlando.
"I'm looking forward to see-
ing the good players there," said
Reese, who will play in the
national tournament for the first
time. "It's going to be a whole
different atmosphere ... more
advanced."
Reese played at an advanced
level throughout the 2004-05
high school season.
He averaged a double-dou-
ble to help Laurel Hill to a 21-6
record and the District 1-iA
championship. He was named
to the Florida Sports Writers
Association's Class A All-State
third team. Several Web sites
list him among the top players
in the state in the Class of 2006.


"When you play with
better players, then it
makes you better."

BRAD REESE
Laurel Hill senior-to-be
on his summer progress


Reese hopes to rack up more
accolades in his last high school
season. He spent considerable
time honing his perimeter skills
and working on his jump shot.
He also hit the weights hard, try-
ing to add bulk to his 6-foot-6
frame.
Laurel Hill boys basketball
coach Kent Zessin already sees a
difference.
"He has played some wing
and guard this summer, which is
probably what he'll play in col-
lege," Zessin said. "His outside
shooting has really been stepped
up this summer, and'his ballhan-

See REESE, page 2B


.... --... e- -- ;- ; : --- e n-Niesel+ne News anienn
Laurel Hill's Brad Reese (right) skies for a rebound during the
2004 county tournament. Reese will play in the AAU national
tournament later this month.


Summer drills


Baker senior-to-be Cody
Carroll (right) works on his
technique while first-year
Gators coach Bob Kellogg
holds a tackling dummy dur-
ing a Baker summer football
workout last week. The official
beginning of preseason work-
outs is Aug. 1. The Gators play
their first game Aug. 26 at
home against Walton County,
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin


Football


New team


ready to


take flight

O-W Jets seek

local players
Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

Aaron Brock got hooked after
watching just one North
American Football League
game.
Brock hopes the football fans
in Okaloosa and Walton counties
will react the same way.
Brock owns the Okaloosa-
Walton Jets, a first-year team in
the North American Football
League.
"My goal is to create an
organization so people have an
entertainment option avail-
able," Brock said. "Right now,
the only competition is the
water."
The North American Football
League is a federation of over
125 semipro football teams, with
squads in every state but Alaska.
The Jets compete in a division
with teams from Alabama and
the panhandle.
...The team plays its home
games at Destin Middle School.
The regular season runs through
Sept. 24, followed by a nation-
wide playoff culminating with a
championship game at Disney
World.
The 28-man team dropped its
first game 55-14 against the
Panhandle Tigers. Brock esti-
mates that about 100 people
attended the contest.
Brock got the idea to bring a
team to the area when he stum-
bled across an NAFL game in
Utah.
"I was puzzled because it
was the middle of the summer,"
Brock said. "Next thing I knew,
I bought a ticket and was
watching an NAFL game. I
thought it would go over well
in Okaloosa County, so I
inquired about how to go about.
getting a team.
"This is a football-crazy area
and this is a league that can
thrive in an area such as this."
Brock initially had plenty of
interest from the north end of
the county. Currently, however,
only one Jets player lineman
Beau Scelzi of Crestview
resides in the News Bulletin cov-
erage area.
See JETS, page 2B


Enjoy every sport the area offers


Oranges are 'better' than
apples.
Vanilla is 'better' than choco-
late.
And spearmint is 'better'
than peppermint.
Pointless arguments, aren't
they?
Then why do I hear so many
claims that one sport is 'better'
than another?
The football players and the
cross country runners at the
high school I attended had
some trouble getting along in
the mid-1990s.
Seems the football players
enjoyed questioning the tough-
ness of the cross country run-
ners.
The football coaches solved
the problem in about 30 minutes.


I


criticism. A swimmer not in
Pa sin this area once told me he
Passing enjoyed his sport because "if it
was any easier, it would be
Shots called football."
Funny. Cute. This from a kid
would not have survived more
Kyle than 10 seconds on the football
Wriaht field.


Where does the bitterness
come from?
A few theories:
The 'new' sports that have
popped up at the high school
level over the last 30 years -
pretty much every sport save
baseball, football, basketball
and track would like the
same recognition given to the
so-called "major" sports.
In some places, I'm sure
the athletes in the major sports



They made their players take
part in a cross country practice.
More than a few of the play-
ers couldn't make it through a
one-mile "warmup" jog. A
series of wind sprints finished
off the rest.
The football players and
cross country runners got along
famously afterward.
Sometimes the football play-
ers take the brunt of needless


still act like major jerks.
Somewhere, the football players
probably still harass the cross
country runners.
That said, I'm not sure cross
country runners wearing T-shirts
with the slogan, 'Our sport is
your sport's punishment' attracts
any new fans and I was a
cross country runner.
This seems to be the logic:
People want to gain respect for
their own sport by disrespect-
ing all of the others.
Does anyone else see a few
holes in that line of thinking?
To the credit of the folks in
north Okaloosa County, I
haven't witnessed such vicious-
ness since moving here.
I have experienced several
cases when well-intentioned


fans took the time to "defend"
their favorite sport to me.
I checked in the mirror. I
don't have an "I hate (fill in the
name of your favorite underap-
preciated sport)" tattoo on my
forehead.
I do have my favorites. But
I've also concluded that an ath-
lete must work hard to succeed
in any sport and therefore
deserves respect.
We'll try to cover the area
sports scene accordingly once
the school year rolls around.
After all, athletic achieve-
ments come in all flavors.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin sports editor. He can be
reached at (850) 682-6524, or by
email at kjwright28@yahoo.com.


Inside


Baker played host to the 9-10 Little League
District 1 tournament. 2B


Find local golf and auto racing results in the
Bulletin sports section's new feature. 2B


Buy, sell, trade and look for jobs in the
Bulletin classified. INSIDE


Enjoy a photo page looking at the area's best
green thumbs. INSIDE






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Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker's Austin Hicks attempts a bunt in the first inning of the team's game against Niceville-
National on June 29 during the 9-10 Little League District 1 tournament at Baker.


JETS, from page lB
Brock said interested local
players still can try out for the
team. The Jets have until Aug. 20
to finalize their roster. Brock
hopes to have a final roster of 35
players. The team consists of
adults of all ages.
Brock also hopes to establish
contacts with sponsors in the
area.
"That's the lifeblood of minor
league football teams," Brock
said. "We're not just asking busi-
nesses to throw money at us. We
want to help businesses adver-
tise. Football is becoming the No.
1 spectator sport in the country
and football fans are fiercely
loyal to a brand. We want to pro-
vide family entertainment."


Date Opponent Site/Score
July 2 Panhandle Tigers. 55-14, L
July 9 Panhandle Tigers H
July 16 Central Alabama Renegades H
SJuly 23 Central Alabama Bulldogs A
Aug. 13 Central Alabama Renegades A
Aug. 27 Alachua Saints A
Sept. 17 Alachua Saints H
Sept. 24 Central Alabama Bulldogs H
Home games: At Destin Middle School
'Admission: $7 regular; $1 12 and under
For more information: Go to the team Web site at
www.eteamz.com/gojets, or to the league Web site at
www.nafl.org.


McKinney column will return


Staff reports


SEC Because of the threat of
Hurricane Dennis, the News
InSideOr Bulletin sports,section was com-
MI-, ':' fleted' before release of Scott
,i:2 i, ,;, McKinney's,. .weekly "SEC i;
Scott Insider" column.
McKinney McKinney's columns about
the Southeastern Conference


will return in future editions of
the News Bulletin.

Scott McKinney can be seen
during, qoftqll. .s,,asn on the
Jeffersoh-Pilt' Cooper Tires SEC
pregame show and is the host of the
radio program "Southern Sports
tonight". He can be reached at
southernsportstonight@yahoo.com


The "NASCAR Insider" page was not

included this week because of the

threat of Hurricane Dennis. "NASCAR

Insider" will return in future editions of

the News Bulletin


REESE, from page 1B


dling also has stepped up. His
rebounding and inside play has
been normal which of course
is pretty good."
Reese plays on a summer
team with talented players from
all over the panhandle. The team
traveled to places like New
Orleans for tournaments. The
squad qualified for the national
tournament by winning a quali-
fying tourney in Tallahassee.


"The team has better play-
ers," Reese said. "And when you
play with better players, then it
makes you better."
College coaches including
some at the Division I level -
have taken notice. The recruiting
letters began to trickle in last
season. The trickle became a
flood this summer.
"It is starting to heat up,"
said Reese, who said he hasn't


started to trim down his list of
potential destinations.
Zessin thinks experiences
like the national tournament
will have Reese hungry and
ready to make the most of his
final high school season.
"He definitely is going to
become the captain and leader
we need," Zessin said. "He's up
to the task, and he has shown it
on and off the court."


Bulletin! Board


GOLF
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
June 30
1st place, 9 under- Gene Slaughter,
Don Wood, Hal Jellison, Ron Magruder,
Jerry Devoy.
2nd place, 9 under Dan Vollmer,
Debbie Henderson, Tom Henderson,
John Law.
3rd place, 7 under- Howard Mitchell,
Jerry Smyrl, Dave Hinnant, Mike
Costabile.
4th place, 5 under Al Davis,
George Bonner, Werth Pittman, Haydn
Davis, Bob Bulson.
5th place, 5 under Terry Thomas,
Paul Coyne, Bryan Kozer, Jimmy
Johnson, Tom Sannino.
Sunday Lowball
July 3
1st place, 11 under Dave
Campbell, Nick Seeliger, Lou Gallina,
Philip Weltin.
2nd place, 11 under Chris Green,
Darrell Green, Jay Parham, Bryan
Kozer.
3rd place, 10 under Bart Broxson,
John Krause, Tom Sannino, Bob Bulson.
4th place, 10 under Brad Gutnik,
Walt Jackson, Archie Perez, Tony Perez.
5th place, 9 under Joe Belanger,
Dalton Sheffield, Rick Payne, Larry
Fordyce.


6th place, 9 under Lynn Orr, Ryan
Heath, Gary Heath, Ron Magruder.
AUTO RACING
Fourth of July Blowout
July 1
Late Models
Mark Clifton, Stephen Brantley, Jim
Till, Ricky Haugen.
Hobby
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Goodwin, Chris McDonald, Ryan Fowler.
Street Stock
Adam Ellison, Randy Booker,
Branden Harris, Steve Kemp, Brad Lee.
IMCA Modifieds
Greg Hopkins, Joe Phillips, Damon
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Endure
Donald Hardy, Andrew Bell, Richie
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Stinger
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Strickland.
EMERALD COAST DRAGWAY
Celebrate America Shootout
July 2
Super Pro
Final Guy Darr def. Benny
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Semifinalists Heath Filmore, Blaine
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Pro/Sportsman
Final Wilbur Baxley def. Brent Wolfe
Semifinalist Aaron Broxon
Street
Final Joey Branof def. Patrick
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Bikes
Final Ronnie Jernigan def. Randy
Jernigan.
Junior Dragsters
Final Kyle Kirkland def. Justin
Sowell
Pro Modifleds
Final Mike Neal def. Michael Neal
Semifinalists Keith Baker, Joey
Martin.
Quarterfinalists James Hancock,
Johnny Pilcher, Rodney Rosenstiel, J.T.
Thompson
SOFTBALL
July 5 Standings
A Division
Team W L
Hooters 3 0
T.E.S. 3 2
Team Construction 3 2
Award Chevrolet 3 3
Finish Line Signs 0 5
B Division
A.I.C. 4 0
Christ Family Church 4 1
1st Assembly of God 2 2
Emmanuel Baptist 1 5
Greenleaf 0 3


Sports Briefs


ANNOUNCEMENTS
SOCCER TRYOUTS: The
FORCE Soccer Club will hold supple-
mental tryouts for the 2005-06 season
July 25, 26 and 28 at the Twin Oaks soc-
cer complex in Niceville. Boys and girls
ages U8 to U10 should attend from 6-7
p.m. Boys and girls ages Ull to U14
should attend from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Boys
and girls ages U15 to U18 should attend
from 7-8:30 p.m. FORCE coaches will
review player skills and determine eligi-
bility for club membership. A $10 tryout
fee is required. Players should bring
cleats, a soccer ball, shin guards and
water. Additional information can be
obtained by calling (850) 314-1356 or
by.visiting www.twfsoccer.com. :,
FORCE SOCCER -SKILLS
CAMP REGISTRATION: July 25-29
at Lewis Middle School soccer field.
FORCE Director of Coaching, Louie
Sahin, will be running summer soccer
camp with player skills sessions from 9
a.m. to noon for all soccer players ages
7 to 17. Cost for the entire week is $150
and can be paid on site with registration.
Camp attendees are required to bring
sunscreen/soccer ball/shin guards/ small
snack/ appropriate attire, with additional
tennis type or indoor soccer shoes for
indoor play in the event of inclement
weather. For more information, call 850-
314-1356 or visit www.nwfsoccer.com.
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
MEETING: Crestview Little League
Baseball meets at the fields located on
Airport Road in Crestview. Monthly
meetings are open to the public, coach-
es, parents, and board members.
Volunteers are needed and welcome!
Call 423-1011 for further information or
directions.
LADY GATOR VOLLEYBALL
AND BASKETBALL CAMPS:
Coaches Combest and Harrison will be
holding a volleyball camp on Monday,
July 25 and a basketball camp on
Tuesday, July 26 and Wednesday, July


27, in the Baker School gym. The camps
are for girls entering the 3rd through 8th
grades. Camps will run from 8 a.m. until
1 p.m. each day.
The cost for the volleyball camp is
$15. The cost of the basketball camp is
$25. If you attend both camps the cost is
$35. For more information, call Coach
Harrison at 652-4354 or Coach Combest
at 537-0377. Campers are requested to
wear tennis shoes, shorts, and a com-
fortable tee shirt. Fundamentals will be
emphasized in both camps. A conces-
sion stand will be open for campers to
purchase drinks and snacks. Come join
the fun and be a part of the Lady Gator
team!
v TEN STAR ALLSTARBASKET-
BALL CAMP: Final application are :
now being evaluated for the Ten Star All
Star Summer Basketball Camp. This
camp is by invitation only. Boys and
girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply.
Past participants include Michael
Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry
Stackhouse, Grant Hill and Antawn
Jamison. College Basketball
Scholarships are possible for players
selected to the All-American Team. For
a free brochure, call 704-373-0873.
CAYA FOOTBALL AND
CHEERLEADING: Open registration
for all players and cheerleaders is July 9
and continues every Saturday in July.
Spaces are limited. Those interested in
coaching football or cheerleading can
call 683-1007, or send an email via the
www.cayafootball.org web site.
ACTIVITIES
QUARTERBACK/ATHLETIC
CLUB: Any parent, grandparent, or per-
son of the community is welcome to join
the Baker Quarterback/Athletic Club. Its
goal is to assist boys and girls athletics
at Baker School. Fees are $10 per fami-
ly.
GATOR SUPPORTERS SIGN
RENEWALS: The Baker


Quarterback/Athletic Club is currently
in the process of accepting sign
renewals for the Gator supporters. They
also have openings for new Gator sup-
porters. Anyone interested in advertising
their business by purchasing a new sign
or renewing their sign, please contact
Dan Henry at 537-3005, or Tom
Patterson at 850-206-5000.
FLORIDA TRAIL ACTIVITIES:
The Florida Trail Association, Western
Gate chapter and Choctawhatchee sub-
chapter have scheduled the following
activities. These activities include hik-
ing, camping, trail maintenance and
chapter and subchapter meetings. All
activities are open to the public. Please
conmetanrAcrtivity eaderforedetails for
ea4hirtivity, as all. activities require
RSVP. Check the following web site for
other information: http.//westgate.flori-
da-trail.org/web/index.htm.
JOIN THE SEA SCOUTS: All
over the country, Sea Scouts are enjoy-
ing activities including sailing, power
boating, and scuba diving. The program
is perfect for our area due to the water-
ways and climate. This co-ed program is
led by the youth members as they plan
the direction their unit will take. Check
out www.seascout.org.
Youths aged 14-20 and adults 21 and
over are invited to join Sea Scout Ship
555. For further questions call Dave
Mason at 678-3664 or Roy Evilsizer at
(850) 934-4204. Come join the fun!

MEETINGS
SHOAL RIVER MEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS:
Regular meetings of the Shoal River
Country Club Men's Golf Association
are held on the first Saturday of the
month at 6:30 a.m.
Association play days are the first
and third Saturdays of the month, with
check in at 6:30 and tee off at 7 a.m. For
more information call 689-2079, 682-
4035, or 689-0438.


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Community Calendar


THE CNB CALENDAR
If your organization has a regularly
scheduled standing meeting that you would
like to see in our calendar, please mail it to the
Cresntiew News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee
Blvd., Crestvier: FL 32536; FAX it to 682-
2246; or e-mail us at
okpublishing@crestriewbulletin.com. Please
label all correspondence: "Attn Weekly
Calendar."

ORGANIZATIONS
The MOMS CLUB OF CRESTVIEW,
The MOMS Club, an international non-
profit support group for at-home mothers,
including those who have home-based
businesses or who work part-time but are
home with their children during the day,
has started a new chapter in the
Crestview area.
The MOMS Club of Crestview has
monthly meetings with speakers and dis-
cussions, park playdays, holiday family
outings, outings for mothers and their chil-
dren, and activity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a monthly MOMS Night Out,
and babysitting coops. We also do ser-
vice projects to help needy children. The
monthly meetings are held every third
Friday of the month at the Epiphany
Episcopal Church, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The meeting is
open to mothers of air ages that are resi-
dence of Crestview.' Please contact
Susan Nagy: at 682-9937 or email at
mccrestview@cox.net for more informa-
tion.
MOPS OF CRESTVIEW meets the
first and third Thursday of each month
from 9:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. at Emmanuel
Baptist Church in Crestview. The contact
person for more information is Sheila
Rodriguez at 689-9179.
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVO-
LUTION have no meetings in June or
July. Their next meeting in August will be
held at the L&J Cafe at Sun Plaza in Fort
Walton Beach, with an 8 a.m. breakfast
and 9 a.m. meeting. The public is invited
to attend. For information call John
Cahoon at 862-5078.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD:
If you or someone you know is strug-
gling with an addiction call Narconon
Arrowhead today. Narconon offers free
addiction counseling, assessments, and
referrals to rehabilitation centers nation-
wide by calling 1-800-468-6933 or log-
ging onto www.stopaddiction.com.
The FEDERAL CIVILIAN RETIREE
SERVICE CENTER is located in Room
165A, Building 210 on Eglin Air Force
.Base. Its hours of operation are Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday of each week
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are wel-
come, or call (850) 882-2720 for an
appointment or additional information.
The NORTHWEST FLORIDA MILI-
TARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (NWF-
MOA) meets the first Wed. of each month
with a breakfast meeting at the Eglin
Officers Club. Each month, interesting
speakers bring a wealth of information to
the group to further personal and profes-
sional ties within the military civilian com-
munities and to promote the association's
mission of educating deserving young-
sters wishing to make the military their
life's career.
NWFMOA is under the umbrella of the
national Military Officers Association offer-
inga inumbeerotfiemnbeo lbenefits;and' a'
legisaive voiinCrangress .on behalf oft
all qii#WydpWS0pAl nla,,.e; pertai~ .,
ing to them.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE On the
second Thursday of each month at the
American Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton
Beach, the Marine Corps League
Detachment 915 meets at 7:30 p.m. Any
former or retired Marine interested in join-
ing should contact Jack Howell at 683-
0412 or Tom Bums at 682-3992.
"'"The GOLD WING ROAD RIDERS
ASSOCIATION (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-
0 gets together every third Saturday
moving for breakfast at 8 a.m. and a


meeting at 9 a.m. in the Rec. Center at
Central Baptist Church. Dedicated to the
group motto "Friends for fun, safety, and
knowledge," members enjoy the freedom
of belonging to a nonprofit, nonreligious,
and nonpolitical organization. There are
over 80,000 members worldwide, and all
motorcycles and owners are welcome to
join. For information, call Billy Mason at
689-2280 or Jack Birge at 682-3650.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL SHRINE
CLUB (Hadji Temple), located at 971
West James Lee Blvd., has bingo games
every Thursday night. The club also offers
three $250 jackpots. Call Larry Dumpert
at 683-0733, or stop by.
FORT WALTON BEACH MOPS
meets the first and third Wednesday of
every month from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at
Cinco Baptist Church. For more informa-
tion call Angela McBroom at 678-4341.
The CONCERNED CITIZENS
.GROUP OF CRESTVIEW will have its
monthly meetings every first Thursday at
6 p.m. at Fairview Park on McClelland
Street.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FAMILY
YMCA has openings for Shotokan class-
es in Crestview. Classes are held every
Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6
p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA location
on Wilson Street. The cost for the classes
is $32.00 per month. Fbr more information
on Shotokan, contact a representative at
the YMCA at 689-2999.
The CRESTVIEW COMPUTER
CLUB workshop is held every second
Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the OWCC
Crestview Campus in room 303. The sec-
ond meeting Is held every third Thursday
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the New Bethel
Methodist Church, 5984 N. Hwy. 85,
Crestview.
Contact Dottie Shoaf at 682-1911
(deedot41@bsc.net) or Virgil Talbott at
682-6340 (mailman325@yahoo.com).
BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB You
may call Hilda Ard (537-4642) or Amarene
Griffith (537-3791) for more information.
The CRESTVIEW AREA CHAM-
BER OF COMMERCE holds its monthly
breakfast meeting on the first Thursday of
each month starting at 7:00 a.m. at the
Recreational Outreach Center directly
behind Central Baptist Church.
ELKS LODGE meets first and third
Thursday at 127 Pine Avenue in
Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
AMVETS POST 35 LADIES AUXIL-
IARY meets the first Sunday of
every month at 3 p.m.
The NORTH OKALOOSA AMA-
TEUR RADIO CLUB (NOARC) meets on
the second Tuesday of every month.
Please join us at 7 p.m. in the Council on
Aging building, 198 S. Wilson St.,
Crestview. Licensed hams and those
interested in obtaining a license are wel-
come.
CRESTVIEW CRIBBAGE CLUB
meets every Thursday at 6 a.m. at the
American Legion. Contact Emil Wille at
689-0818 for more information.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the Central
Panhandle (serving Walton, Okaloosa,
and South Santa Rosa Counties) meet-
ings are held the second Friday of each
month at 9:30 a.m. in Crestview and the
fourth Tuesday of each month at 11:00
a.m. in Navarre. For more information and
meeting locations, please call 850-683-
1712 or 850-936-8887.
a SHARING AND CARING, 298 W.
Martin Luther King Blvd., offers emer-
gency food service-to the needy from 9
a.m,, to, 1,p,m,,tMqQaay thrg.ughFridpy;i
(c( sed on Thurspays).
The DOGWOOD GARDEN CLUB
meets on the first Monday of each month
at 7 p.m. Call 423-0436 for information.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUISERS CAR
CLUB meets the first Tuesday of each
month at Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q, S.
Ferdon Blvd., just north of 1-10, Crestview.
6 p.m. to eat and 7 p.m. meet. Pay as you
go, social time and 50/50 drawings.
They also have a Cruise-In (Show &
Shine) the second Saturday of each
month beginning at 6 p.m., on Main
Street, in front of the Fox Theater,


Crestview.
Throughout the year, they support
other local events, with their main event
being their Annual Sizzlin Summer
Cruise-In and Poker Run this coming
summer. For more information, call Joe
Kearley at 682-6041.
The AMVETS LADIES AUXILIARY
meets on the first Sunday of each month
at 7 p.m. at 105 John King Road in
Crestview. Call 682-8435.
The THAILAND-LAOS-CAMBODIA
(TLC) BROTHERHOOD, INC. Is seeking
members from all branches of the military
- U.S., foreign and civilian occupations
(Air-America, USAID, State Department,
etc.) for membership in the organization.
For more information, contact Woody
Freeman at (850) 729-8081 or visit the
web site at www.TLC-Brotherhood.org.
SINGLES POT LUCK DINNERS are
held every Tuesday night, 6:00 p.m.- 6:45
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall, located at 314 South
Partin Drive in Niceville. The dinners are
immediately followed by support group
meetings from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Free child-
care is provided. Call Pam Ellisor or Linda
McArdle at 678-4411, ext. 18.
The CRESTVIEW LIONS CLUB
meets every first and third Monday of
each month at noon at Sonny's BBQ. For
Information, please call Steve Ford at
682-0641 or BJ Thomhave at 682-2012.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BINGO
is open to the general public. Join us on
Tuesday night. Early Bird bingo starts at 6
p.m. and regular bingo starts at 7:00 p.m.
They're located on Highway 90
between Twin Hills Park and OWCC/Bob
Sikes Library. Call 682-7968 for hourly
and daily rates.
The GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY meets the
second Saturday of every month in
Crestview, Fort Walton Beach, and
Valparaiso. The meeting begins at 10
a.m. with socializing, and guest speakers
and business activities begin at 10:30
a.m. Call Ginny Traywick at 651-1106 or
Flo Lembeck at 689-1535.
The CRESTVIEW ROTARY CLUB
meets each Wednesday at noon, at the
Holiday Inn in Crestview.
The CRESTVIEW KIWANIS CLUB
meets each Wednesday at noon, at
Ryan's Steakhouse in Crestview.
The CONCORD #50 FREE AND
ACCEPTED MASONS hold their regular
meeting at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third
Monday of each month at 404 Garden
Street In Crestvlew. Call Marion Gobin at
689-2409 for more information.
The ORDER OF THE EASTERN
STAR, Crestview Chapter #203 holds
their regular monthly meetings on the first
and third Thursday of each month.
Meetings are held at 404 Garden Street
and start at 7:30 p.m.
The NORTH OKALOOSA PROP-
ERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION meets
the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
at the New Covenant Church, located at
3191 North Newman Avenue in
Crestview. Call 682-4833 or 689-8999 for
more information.

SUPPORT GROUPS
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP,
meets at 11 a.m. the second Tuesday of
every month at Covenant Hospice's
Community Education Room, 370 W.
Redstone Drive in Crestview. For informa-
tion call 689-3146.
PEER TO PEER MENTAL HEALTH
SUPPORFTGROUP' P6rsons withl'rdaal
health disorder 'arid disabilities 'TfVe
formed a support group to help each other
through the recovery process. They meet
at 3 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of
each month at the Mental Health
Associations 517 Mooney Road address
in Fort Walton Beach.
The EMERALD COAST PARENTS
OF MULTIPLES meets on the third
Tuesday of every month. For more Infor-
mation on meeting locations and club
events call Carol Strom at 682-4556.
The Twin Cities Hospital and the
National Headache Foundation invite you


to attend the monthly HEADACHE SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call Susan at
(850) 897-0542 for more information and
to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer support
group, the PINK RIBBON PALS meets
every second Thursday of the month at 6
p.m. in the Health Resource Center, 127
Redstone Avenue, Suite A, in Crestview.
For more information please call Jody
Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty Weeden
at 682-7848.
The Crestview branch of NAR-
COTICS ANONYMOUS. Sunday
evenings at 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church
on Cedar Avenue (behind Burger King) at
7 p.m.
Monday at 7 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church at 599 8th Avenue. The
3rd meeting is held Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
EATING DISORDER SUPPORT
GROUP (ANAD) will meet each Thursday
at 7 p.m. at the Fort Walton Beach
Creative Senior Center, 31 Memorial
Parkway SW. Nationally affiliated; local
advisory board. Call 796-3277 for infor-
mation.
GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY SUP-
PORT GROUP meets at the HOPE
Center at 637 Bayshore Drive in Niceville,
the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at
6 p.m. Contact 689-0300 or 678-4621.
AMERICAN LEGION POST #75
hosts open-to-the-public bingo Sundays
from 12:30 to 5 p.m. The post is located at
898 James Lee Blvd. in Crestview.
The COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS,
a support group for parents and grand-
parents who have experienced the death
of a child, regardless of age, meets the
first Tuesday of each month at Holy Name
of Jesus Catholic Church, 1200
Valparaiso Blvd., Niceville, Florida in
room #4 in the Religious Education
Building behind the Church. For more
information call Joan Young 243-6253 or
Sherry Benson at 897-9151.
COVENANT HOSPICE invites any-
one who has suffered the loss of a
loved one to attend a free ongoing Grief
Support Group which meets on the first
and the third Wednesday of each month
from 11 a.m. to 12 noon starting in 2005.
Covenant Hospice is located at 370 W.
Redstone Drive. Call Charlotte at 682-
3628 ext. 235 if you have any questions.

WEIGHT LOSS
TOPS 325 CRESTVIEW meets
each Tuesday at 9 a.m. Weigh-ins are at
8 a.m.
Meetings are held at the corner of 8
and Texas at First Methodist Church in
Crestview. Call 682-2133 for more infor-
mation.
WEIGHT WATCHERS meets every
Thursday at the First United Methodist
Church, 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
Room 212. Registration and weigh in
begins at 5 p.m., meeting follows. Come
join us.
TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY
has regular Tuesday night meetings in
the First United Methodist Church in
Crestview, located at 599 Eighth Avenue.
Weigh-ins are from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m., and
the meeting begins at 7 p.m. Call Elsie at
682-6040.

COUNTY, CITY &
POLITICAL
ORGANIZATIONS
The NORTH OKALOOSA REPUB-
LICAN CLUB meets on the second
Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
Sonny's BBQ Restaurant in Crestview.
Call 689-3773 for additional information.
A member of Congressman ALLEN
BOYD'S (D-North Florida) staff will be
visiting Destin on the second Thursday of
every month so the people of Okaloosa
County have the opportunity to personal-
ly discuss issues concerning them.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meetings. The
group regularly meets on the fourth
Thursday of the month. For general infor-
mation on the Republican Club, please


contact Marvin Brigman at 609-3341.
The LAUREL HILL VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT holds its regular
monthly meetings on the second
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the
Fire Department office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall. Drills are at 9 a.m. on
the Saturdays following the meetings.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the third Thursday of
each month at the fire station 83, located
at 5241 Highway 4 in Milligan. Each meet-
ing begins at 7:00 p.m.
The OKALOOSA WALTON
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally meets on
the third Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center, 204 North
Partin Drive (SR 285) at 3:00 p.m. To con-
firm the meeting date and location, call 1-
800-226-8914 ext. 213.
The CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL
meets every second and fourth Monday of
each month at Crestview City Hall on
Wilson Street in downtown Crestview.
Each session starts at 6:00 p.m.
The LAUREL HILL CITY COUNCIL
meets on the first Thursday of each month
at City Hall on State Road 85N in Laurel
Hill. Each session starts at 7:00 p.m.
*The BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF THE BAKER FIRE DISTRICT meets
the first Thursday of each month at 7:00
p.m. at the Baker Fire Station, 5805
Monroe St., Baker.
The BLACKMAN FIRE DISTRICT
holds their monthly board meeting on the
first Monday night of each month at the
fire station. The meetings begin at 7:00
p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUNTEER
FIRE DISTRICT holds their monthly busi-
ness and commissioners meeting on the
second Thursday night of each month at


the fire station.
The OKALOOSA BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meets on
the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Each meeting alternates in location
between the county courthouse in
Crestview, and the water and sewer build-
ing in Fort Walton Beach. Times also vary
between morning and evening meetings.
Morning meetings begin at 8:30 a.m.;
night time meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. Be
sure to go online at
http://www.co.okaloosa.fl.us and check
for the most recent calendar of events.

DANCING
SThe NORTH OKALOOSA FAMILY
YMCA has openings for Line dancing
classes in Crestvlew. Class sessions are
held every Monday evening from 8 p.m.
until 9 p.m. at the YMCA building on
Wilson Street. Classes are only $20.00
per month. For more Information on this
program or any other YMCA program,
contact a representative at 689-2999.
MODERN SQUARES OF
CRESTVIEW, square dancing every
Thursday night at the Davidson Middle
School Cafeteria on Old Bethel Road at 7
p.m. Caller Berlon Graham. All dancers
and visitors welcome. Need more infor-
mation? Call 652-4414, 682-3414, or 682-
2698.
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS DANCE
ASSOCIATION will have line dance
classes for beginners on Monday nights
at the DeFuniak Springs Community
Center from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. For more
information contact Rodney Ryals at
(850) 892-2562, 892-8429 (recorder at
both numbers), or email him at
ryals@gdsys.net.


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Joy Campbell, GFWC
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President, has announced that
all District One GFWC
Woman's Clubs will partici-
pate in the Sew Much Comfort
Sewing Bee on July 15 at the
Crestview Woman's Club, in
Crestview, Florida, beginning
at 9 a.m.
Club members will gather
for the day to alter one hun-
dred (100) tee shirts which will
be forwarded to our wounded
men and women in the Armed
Forces. The GFWC Milton
Woman's Club is the sponsor
of the project for District One.
The cub's president, Joy
Campbell, read an article in
the Citizen Airman, the maga-
zine which the USAF reserve


sends to all of it's members,
and brought it to the attention
of the local club, who then
voted to support the project.
The women responsible for
the original project and who
invented the clothing are
Virginia "Ginger" Dosedel
(wife of Air Force Lieutenant
Colonel Stefan Dosedel), who
currently resides near Wright-
Patterson AFB, OH, and
Michele Cuppy of Burnsville,
MN.
Mrs. Cuppy is a long-time
friend of Mrs. Dosedel and
saw her son, Mike, endure two
limb lengthening procedures.
During the procedures, Mrs.
Dosedel learned to sew in
order to make adaptive cloth-
ing for her son because of the


external fixator metal halo
device also worn by some
wounded soldiers. Mrs.
Dosedel's son saw a need to
provide "adaptive" clothing
for injured troops, especially
with fixators like he wore. He
asked his mom to sew clothing
for the soldiers so they could
be more comfortable too.
In the mid 1990's, Ginger's
husband was stationed at
Eglin AFB where her son was
treated for Stage IV
Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare,
pediatric muscle cancer. As a
result of his treatments, he
needed limb lengthening pro-
cedures and she invented the
fixator pants to help him feel
more "normal" and recover
more comfortably.


The pants are similar to sur-
gical scrub gowns or scrub
pants. They're made of soft
fabrics, such as polar fleece,
knits and flannels, and feature
an elastic waistband and one
leg larger than the other. The
smaller pant leg has strips of
Velcro so patients can easily
slide their non-fixator leg in
and out. The larger pant leg,
which measures up to 36 inch-
es in circumference, is
designed to wrap around a leg
that has a fixator, a halo frame,
pins or other type of device
attached.
Tee shirts are completely
opened up on the side, then
serged and Velcro buttons are
adhered for easier dressing:
The sleeves are left completely


open, but serged, to accommo-
date fixator, prosthetic, burn,
gunshot wound to torso, or
other forms of wounds.
In addition to tee shirts,
here is a list of other modified
clothing that is currently being
made: fixator pants one leg is
larger than the other and
Velcro runs the complete
length of the leg; prosthetic
pants leg is 1 ? inches larger
than a normal pant leg with
Velcro running from the crotch
down; underwear- boxer
underwear with the Velcro
down one side. Boxers can be
made with opening on right or
left side only; fixator shorts-
knee length shorts using fixa-
tor pattern; and prosthetic
shorts knee length shorts


using amputee pattern.
Other District One GFWC
Woman's Clubs ipclude:
GFWC Fort Walton Beach
Woman's Club; GFWC
Pensacola, Inc.; Twin Cities
Woman's Club; GFWC Santa
Rosa Woman's Club; The
Woman's Club of Pensacola;
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview; GFWC Myrtle
Grove Woman's Club; and the
GFWC Escarosa Woman's
Club. District One Director is
Dana Fulford of Pace, Florida.
For more information on
the Sew Much Comfort sewing
project, call Campbell at 850-
675-2278 or visit the official
web site at
www.sewmuchcomfort.org.


Military News


Craig returns home from Iraq
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Willie M. Craig, II finished a one-year tour
on Thursday, June 23, from Baghdad, Iraq.
Staff Sgt. Craig serves with the HHC 2nd Brigade 10th
Mountain Division out of Ft. Drum, New York.
Willie is a 1987 graduate of Crestview High School.
His parents, Rhett and Peggy Craig, sisters Tammy, Rita and
Kim, wife Jennifer, son Travis, and daughter Courtney, love him
and would like to welcome him home. Willie will be in Crestview
the weekend of July 15th.


Thurber deployed to support

Operation Iraqi Freedom

Air Force Staff Sgt. James A. Thurber is currently deployed
overseas at a forward operating location in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is the official name given to military
operation involving members of the U.S. armed forces and coali-
tion forces participating in efforts to free and secure Iraq. Mission
objectives focus on force protection, peacekeeping, stabilization,
security and counter-insurgency operations as the Iraqi transi-
tional governing bodies assume full sovereign powers to govern
the peoples of Iraq.
Members from all branches of the U.S. military and multina-
tional forces are also assisting in rebuilding Iraq's economic and
governmental infrastructure, and training and preparing Iraqi
military and security forces to assume full authority and respon-
sibility in defending and preserving Iraq's sovereignty and inde-
pendence as a democracy.
Thurber, a dedicated crew chief with eight years of military
service, is normally assigned to the 31st Maintenance Squadron,
Aviano Air Base, Italy.
He is the son of Henry and stepson of Eleanor Thurber of
Baker, Fla.
The sergeant is a 1989 graduate of Niceville Senior High
School, Fla.



Reeves joins Army under

Delayed Entry Program

Shaun C. Reeves has joined the United States Army under the
Delayed Entry Program. The program gives young men and
women the opportunity to delay entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the new soldier the option to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible to receives as much as $50,000
toward a college education. After completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive advanced individual training in their
career job specialty prior to being assigned to their first perma-
nent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a $7,000 enlistment bonus.
Reeves will report to Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., for basic
training on June 7, 2006.
He is the son of Claudie and Nancy Reeves of Crestview, Fla.

Cain completes basic
Navy Seaman Recruit Andrew N. Cain, son of Sarah M. Cain
of Crestview, Fla., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week program, Cain completed a variety of
training which included classroom study and practical instruc-
tion on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and sur-
vival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations". This
exercise gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the
basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit through the practical application of
basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy" flavor was designed to take
into account what it means to be a Sailor.


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What do you get when you
cross an auto mechanic, brick-
layer, medical officer and an air-
line pilot? Chances are you have
no idea, but here is a hint. It is
someone who wears a uniform
part time, but considers them-
selves to be full time warrior
patriots.
If you guessed military
reservists, you're right. These
are the men and women who
replace their business suits and
ties with flight suits, and
become part of an elite group
whose job is keeping America
safe.
Nobody does the job better
than our neighbors, the men and
women of the United States Air
Force Reserves, the 919th
Special Operations Wing, at
Duke Field.
It makes no difference what
day it is, the hour, or weather
conditions, the men and women


of the 919th are locked and
loaded.
If they need to be some-
where, they will be on time,
ready and capable of delivering
the goods. Be it airdropping test
packages on a training exercise,
or re-supplying a remote moun-
tain outpost in Afghanistan with
Meals Ready to Eat (MRIs), the
mission and the results are one
in the same.
That "can do" spirit begins at
the top with the commander,
U.S. Air Force Colonel Mark A.
Kyle, who sets the tone for his
organization.
"We have a saying and it
goes like this," Kyle said. "First
comes the family, and then the
military organization, and final-
ly the civilian profession."
That may sound like a cliche,
but to the men and women of
the 919th it is an unfailing
imperative.
Walk through TSgt.
Bernhardt's Survival Training
shop and see the level of profes-


sionalism he embodies in his
job, or chat with TSgt. Julie
Palmer, Aerial Delivery shop,
and listen to her talk about the
responsibility she has to get sup-
plies and equipment to forward
operating locations, and you
will begin to understand what
motivates these men and
women.
Or visit Kenny Potter, chief of
the Engine Shop, and listen to
him talk passionately about
keeping aircraft engines 40 years
old and more running at peak
performance, and you will
understand what drives these
people. It isn't fame, fortune, or
even recognition outside their
own brotherhood that motivates
these highly trained and profes-
sional military men and women.
It is simple dedication to do a
job, and do it well.
The 919th operates under the
Air Force Special Operations
Command headquartered at
Hurlburt AFB, and AFSOC
reports to the U.S Special


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at McDill Air Force Base, Fla.,
which is an integrated com-
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Marines and Navy.
The two models of the C130
Hercules aircraft flown by the
919th are the MC-130E Combat
Talon, and the MC-130P Combat
Shadow, two distinctly different
aircraft configurations of the
same airframe.
The MC130E Talon provides
infiltration, re-supply and exfil-
tration of special operations
forces behind enemy lines,
while the MC130P Combat
Shadow does the clandestine
work, mostly at night, for obvi-
ous reasons.
The men and women of the
919th are our friends, neighbors
and relatives who hold full time
jobs as bankers, bakers, and
bulldozer operators, but once
they don a United States Air
Force uniform, they are dedicat-
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Obituaries


ANNOUNCEMENTS
BROTHERHOOD CHOIR
ANNIVERSARY: The Eglin
Brotherhood Choir invites you to cele-
brate their 30th Anniversary on
Saturday, July 23 at 6 p.m. at the Chapel
Center. The theme is Brotherhood: One
Mind, One Spirit, One Praise, Thirty
Years in the Making. For more informa-
tion, please call the Eglin chapel at 882-
2111.
SHADY GROVE CEMETERY
FEES: Anyone owning a cemetery plot
in Baker's Shady Grove Cemetery, espe-
cially those with loved ones interred
there, are reminded that the 2005 main-
tenance fee is due.
Maintenance is under local contract
outside of the church, and generous con-
tributions are urgently needed.
Dues are payable to Shady Grove
Cemetery Fund and may be mailed or
delivered to the church office at 1189
Shady Grove Road, Baker, FL 32531. If
you have any questions concerning the
fees, please call (850) 537-3104.
FBC CRESTVIEW REVIVAL
SERVICES: Home and church should
be the top two resources for those seek-
ing answers to life's toughest questions
and the place we turn to during times of
crisis. All of us have questions about
why we are here, what are we supposed
to be doing, and is there anything else
life has to offer. The great news is that a
relationship with Christ changes every-
Sthing, and the Bible does have an answer
to life's questions.
First Baptist Church Crestview is
once again hosting a revival sponsored
by James Messer Ministries. Services
are July 17-20 and will begin at 6 p.m.
on Sunday and 6:30 p.m. Mon.-Wed.
You are invited to join each night (and
noon luncheons) for uplifting music an
worship followed by a challenging mes-


sage from keynote Bible teachers and
pastors.
For more information please contact
FBC Crestview, 682-2544. FBC is locat-
ed on Hwy. 90 across from the court-
house. 102 Cedar Ave.
CHRISTIAN FAITH MIN-
ISTRIES: Start your day a better way
with Christian Faith Ministries at 5:30
a.m. on 90.1 FM radio.
FREE BIBLE CORRESPON-
DENCE COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offering a free Bible
correspondence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The radio pro-
gram airs Monday through Saturday at
5:45 a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.

EVENTS
VALLEY ROAD VACATION
BIBLE SCHOOL: Valley Road Baptist
Church at 1018 Valley Road, Crestview,
will have VBS July 11-15 for kinder-
garten through 5th graders from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m.
JINGLE BELL CRAFT FAIR
2005: Mary Esther United Methodist
Church will be hosting its annual "Jingle
Bell Craft Fair," Saturday, October 1
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All interested
crafters are cordially invited to reserve
space at this time. Booth spaces are
approximately 8x10 feet, and all are
available for $50. Tables are available
for an additional $8. Items being sold
and displayed must be "church appropri-
ate" and approved by the Vendor
Committee. Please submit photos and
descriptive information about your mer-
chandise with your application.
Exhibitors may check in and set up
booths on Friday, Sept. 30, between 2-8
p.m. Doors will be open for vendors at
7:30 a.m. on the 1st. Please call the
Mary Esther UMC office at 243-7595
for information or to obtain an applica-
tion.


PUBLIC MEETING AND NOTICE OF
INTENT TO APPLY

The Baker Water System will hold a public
information meeting at 7:00 P.M. on July 18,
2005 at the Baker Recreation Center. The
meeting will be for the purpose of discussing and
receiving input on the proposed Water
Improvements for the Baker Water System's
water system as well as the intent to apply for
financing for such improvement through the
USDA, Rural Development Office.

This meeting will give interested parties an
opportunity to become acquainted with the
proposed project and to comment on such items
as economic, and -environmental impact service
areas and alternatives to the project. For further
information call Wanda Patterson at 537-5121.



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Travis Levi Edwards
March 19, 1929 July 1, 2005
Travis Edwards, age 76, of Crestview, passed away Friday, July 1, 2005.
He was born in Luverne, Alabama, oA March 19, 1929. He was a lifetime res-
ident of Crestview and worked for local dry cleaners for many years.
Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Mamie Lee Edwards of Crestview;
sons, William Travis Edwards of Crestview and Ethan Eugene Edwards of
Crestview; daughter, Mary Sue Perez of Holt; brothers, Cleve Edwards of
Milton, Clint Edwards of Hot Springs and Claude Edwards of Crestview;
five grandchildren.
A time of visitation was held on Tuesday, July 5, 2005, at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. The funeral service was held
Son Wednesday, July 6, 2005, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home with Reverend Donnie Cadenhead and Reverend W.D. Davis
officiating. Burial was at Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with arrangements.



Sybil Elaine Doris
Sybil "Squibb" Elaine Doris, age 62 of Crestview, passed away
Saturday, July 2, 2005 at her hoe surrounded by her family. She was
a lifetime resident of Crestview and a member of the Airport Road
Church of Christ. Mrs. Doris was a Christian woman and loved by
many.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Sylvester and Lou
Vera King; sister, Edith Wynona King; brother, Homer Kenneth
King.
Survivors include her son, Theodore Richard Doris and wife
Victoria of Milligan; grandchildren, Jessy and Cameron and their
mother April of Laurel Hill; sisters, Lorene Owen and Charlotte
Tracy of Crestview; brothers, Sky King, Glen King and wife Linda,
Ralph H. King and wife Mary, and Bill King and wife Toby, all of
Crestview; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
A time of visitation was held Monday July 4, 2005 from 6-8 p.m.
at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. Funeral services took place
Tuesday July 5 at 3 p.m. at Airport Road Church of Christ with
Ministers Tom Dugan and Jason Green officiating. Burial followed
in Liveoak Baptist Church Cemetery.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with arrange-
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Betty J. Scharf
February 24, 1940 July 3, 2005
Betty J. Scharf, age 65 of Crestview, passed away Sunday July 3, 2005 at
North Okaloosa Medical Center. She was born in Stauton, Virginia on
February 24, 1949 and moved to Crestview ten years ago from Maryland.
Mrs. Scharf was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmoth-
er. She was a lifetime member of Amvets, loved to play Bingo, go to Biloxi,
and loved to crochet. Her hand-crocheted American Flags were personally
delivered to President Bush and Congressman Jeff Miller.
Betty was preceded in death by a sister Patty Copenhaven.
Survivors include her husband of 10 years, Robert Scharf of Crestview;
sons, Chuck Burgess and wife Melanie of Milton, FL, and Bill Burgess and
wife Julie of LaPlate, MD; daughters, Teresa May and husband Paul of
Frederick, MD, and Penny Castleberry of Jacksonville, FL; sisters, Barbara
Frock of Westminster, MD, Nancy Smith of Westminster, and Debbie
Osborne of Morgantown, W. VA; nine grandchildren and two great-grand-
children.
A visitation was held Tuesday July 5, 2005 from 6-8 p.m. at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home. Burial will take place in Maryland at a later date.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with local arrange-
ments. Kenney and Basford, P.A. Funeral Home is entrusted with Maryland
arrangements.


Ann V. .itt .
September 1, 190.-uly4, 2005 .., .
We have celebrated life while others have mourned... September 11th
Now we will mourn a loss while others celebrate... July 4th
Ann V. Kittrell, age 74, Crestview, Florida, died peacefully early
4th of July morning after a long fearless battle with all the compli-
cations related to diabetes. She was an inspiration to all that met her.
Born Annie V. Kuykendall, on September 11, 1930 in Greeville,
Alabama. She married Aubery L. Kittrell, June 1, 1949. Married for
54 years, she served as an Air Force wife for 23. After her husband's
retirement she became a resident of Fort Walton Beach until her and
her family moved to Crestview in 1978. She was a devoted wife,
mother, grandmother and Christian. She moved with her husband
from air base to air base making sure her family always had a lov-
ing and comfortable home. She always found employment after
each move, her favorite was as a church secretary. She served as sec-
retary for Koza Baptist Church, Okinawa and retired as secretary for
Woodlawn Baptist Church, Crestview.
Mrs. Kittrell was preceded in death by her father and mother,
Robert J. and Addie Lee Rhodes Kuykendall, husband, Aubery L.
Kittrell and son Aubery L. Kittrell, Jr.
Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia K. and
James E. Fleming, Crestview. Her only grandchild and her future
husband, Vanessa Marie Fleming and Heath Hehl both of
Crestview. One brother and sister and their spouses, John W. and
Francis Kuykendall, Loa Mae and Tex Tucker, all of Fort Walton
Beach. Also two brothers-in-law and their wives, Albert E. and Mae
Belle Kittrell and George H. and Jewel D. Kittrell all of Nashville,
Tennessee. Numerous cousins, nephews, nieces, and her extended
family from Woodlawn Baptist Church also survive her.
The family received friends at a visitation between 6 and 8 p.m.
Wednesday night, July 6th, at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home.'
Services were held on Thursday, July 7th at 10 a.m. at Woodlawn
Baptist Church. Doctor Gerald Haley officiated.
The family would like to give special thanks to all the following:
Staff at The Renal Care Group, both Crestview and Fort Walton
Beach. Her favorite doctors, Dr. Rahman, who was always there
when she needed him! Dr. Reed and Dr. Dali for their special care.
All the staff and nurses at Parthenon Health Care of Fort Walton
Beach, who loved and cared for her the past two years, and all the
drivers of Okaloosa Transportation.
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William M. Cyr, Sr.
William "Bill" Cyr, age 64, of Crestview, passed away Sunday July 3,
2005 in Biloxi, Mississippi. He was a retired military officer and won the
Freedom Award for training troops. Bill attended the Catholic Church.
He was preceded in death by his sister, Donna Toka.
Bill is survived by his wife of 40 years, Kathleen Cyr of Crestview; sons,
Robert Shearer and wife Cathy of Hattisberg, Mississippi, and William M.
Cyr, II of Crestview; daughters, Kathy L. Berrian and husband Gary Shearer
of Kansas City, Missouri, Linda and Sheldon Hargis of Texas, and Margaret
"Diane" and Joe Garrett of Freeport; brother, Phillip Cyr of Ft. Meyers, Fla.;
several grandchildren and great grandchildren.
A graveside service was held Thursday July 7, 2005 at 2:30 p.m. at
Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery with a visitation held prior to the service
from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home, Crestview, was entrusted with
arrangements.

Lt. Col. Wilbur P. Stanford (Ret.)
August 3, 1918 July 5, 2005
Wilbur Powell Stanford, age 86, passed away on July 5, 2005, in
Crestview, Florida. Wilbur was born in Laurel Hill, Florida on August 3,
1918.
Wilbur began his military career by enlisting in the Army in 1942. He was
appointed to the Florida Army National Guard as a First Lieutenant in 1948.
He established the Crestview National Guard unit in 1943. He continued his
career at the state headquarters in St. Augustine, Florida in 1954 and retired
after 29 years with the rank of Lt. Colonel in 1971.
His decorations and awards include the Good Conduct Medal, Asiatic
Pacific Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Army of Occupation
Medal-Japan, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with one Hourglass, Florida
Distinguished Service Medal, Florida Active Service Ribbon, Florida Service
Ribbon with three Bronze Clusters and the Florida Drill Attendance Ribbon
with one Bronze Cluster.
He was also a Master Mason and a member of the Morocco Temple
Shriners.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Beatrice Stanford;
brothers, James Stanford, Ralph Stanford, and J.T. Stanford; sisters,
Catherine Scrivener, Fina Mansfield, and Theda Slaughter.
He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Alma Nell Stanford; daughters,
Teresa Blackwelder and husband Jon, and Marsha Bogan and husband Dan;
son, Kelly Stanford and wife Charlene; five grandchildren, Danielle, Bryan,
Mandy, Kayla, and Holly; sisters, Odessa Garrison, Polly Pigott, and Eleanor
McCrackin and husband Gene.
Visitation was held at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home on July 8, 2005
from 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 9, 2005 at 2
p.m. also at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home, Crestview, was entrusted with
arrangements.

William Franklin Gilroy
March 13, 1939 July 3, 2005
William Franklin Gilroy (Bill Gilroy), age 66, of Gilroy's Lock and Key,
passed away at Sacred Heart Hospital on Sunday, July 3, 2005. He was born
on March 13, 1939 in Leesburg, Fla. and was a resident of Crestview for
many years.
Bill retired as a Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force while
stationed at Eglin Air Force Base. He was a member of the Red Horse
Platoon, member of the Am Vets and once served as Master of the Masonic
Lodge in Crestview. Bill also was a great foster parent for Okaloosa County.
Bill was a simple man that always enjoyed the simplest things in life. He
dearly loved his animals, restoring bikes, and his mother-in-law's country
cooking.
He is survived by his wife, Lilly E. Gilroy of Crestview; children, Helen
E. Gilroy, Yong Ho Gilroy, Yong Su Gilroy, Janet Lynn Locklear, and Kenneth
Allen Stanley; many grandchildren.
Bill will be greatly missed by those who loved him.
Funeral services were conducted from the Chapel of Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home on Friday, July 8,2005 at 3 p.m. with Pastor Joel Glenn offici-
ating. A time of visitation was held from 2-3 p.m. prior to the service on
Friday.iBwualwill behld,4~taost Cemeteay,:Bort H uahuaeah.Arina, on
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Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with local arrange-
ments.

W.C. Bryan
June 7, 1929 July 6, 2005
W.C. "Buck" Bryan, age 76, of Crestview and Escambia Farms, passed
away Wednesday, July 6,2005 at his home. He was born June 7,1929 in Falco
Alabama and has been a lifetime resident of Crestview and Escambia Farmis.
Buck retired from Independent Life Insurance and worked at Quality
Department Store in Downtown Crestview. He was a member and a Deacon
at Good Hope Baptist Church; President of Crestyiew 100 dub; President of
Life Underwriters Association; dedicated to the Heart Fund Association;
overseer of Cotton Cemetery for many, many yeats.
Buck is survived by his wife of 54 years, Joyce Bryan of Crestview,
Florida; son, David Bryan of Houston, Texas; sisters, Louise Kotarba of
Crestview, Florida and Lillian Miller of Augusta, Georgia; brother, Donald
Bryan of Birmingham, Alabama; granddaughter, Amanda Bryan of
Houston, Texas; special little friend, Patricia Langham of Crestview; nieces
and nephews.
A time of visitation was held on Friday, July 8, 2005, 5-8 p.m. at
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home Funeral. services were conducted on
Saturday, July 9, 2005, 11 a.m. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home Chapel
with Reverend Earl Thompson officiating. Burial followed at Cotton
Cemetery. Flowers are accepted or donations may be made to Covenant
Hospice in Crestview.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with arrangements.

M.C. Williams
M.C. Williams, age 99, of Crestview, passed away July 5, 2005 at North
Okaloosa Medical Center. He was born in Bonifay and was a lifetime resi-
dent of Crestview. Mr. Williams was a painter and a member of Apostolic
Life Tabernacle.
He was preceded in death by is wife of 67 years, Nettie Williams, and
daughters Jane Chapman and June Taylor.
Survivors include a son, Mickey Williams and wife Norma of San Jose,
California; daughter, Sybil Cramer and husband Gerald of Marianna,
Florida; eight grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-
grandchildren.
A visitation was held Friday July 8, 2005 from 6-8 p.m. at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home. A graveside service took place Saturday July 9, 2005
at 10:30 a.m. at Liveoak Baptist Church Cemetery.
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I moved to Crestview almost
thirty years ago, and I have
loved living here. I cannot say
that I have loved every moment
of it, though. The June-through-
November time is the dreaded
Hurricane Season. After
Hurricane Opal I had twelve
downed trees. Big ones, too. I
don't sleep during the furious
winds, and I always wish I had
just headed north or in the
opposite direction of the storm. I
have an irrational feeling about
what I call "the Curve." It seems
(I know, just "seems") like all
storms start into the Gulf, and,


Till the storm passes by


despite what-
ever difec-
tion they are
~headed, they
just curve
"t o toward
Crestview, as
if, way out in
the Gulf they get a whiff of me
and curved right toward me. I
know. Such paranoia should not
be produced by a preacher. The
Bible says though, "Confess
your faults, one to another..."
(James 5:16), so that's what I am
doing. I am a whimp, when it
comes to wicked weather.
I am not in bad company,
though. The disciples of the
Lord Jesus Christ didn't like
storms either. "A fierce wind-
storm arose, and the waves were
breaking over the boat, so that
the boat was already being
swamped. But He was in the


stem, sleeping on the cushion.
So they woke Him up and said
to Him, 'Teacher! Don't you care
that we're going to die?' He got
up, rebuked the wind, and said
to the sea, 'Silencel Be still!' The
wind ceased, and there was a
great calm. Then He said to
them, 'Why are you fearful? Do
you still have no faith?' And
they were terrified and asked
one another, 'Who then is this?
Even the wind and the sea obey
Him!'" (Mark 4:37-41 in the
Holman Christian Standard
Bible)
I am humbled as I observe
three things in this passage. First
of all, do you notice the peace
that is in the soul of the Savior?
He is sleeping in the middle of
the storm. He could have been
worrying. He could have been
tossing and turning, as He
thought, "We may capsize! Some


may drown. The others will be
devastated by the loss of the
boat. Their wives will be wor-
ried about income, until they
can get a new boat. What is it
like to drown...," and on and on
the negative thoughts could
have come, until they would
have completely shut down
sleep. But notice that He slept,
with no Sominex, no Tylenol
PM, no Ambien, no NyQuil--just
faith in His heavenly Father and
peace in His soul. Their lack of
faith was their problem, as
Christ said. So, I have this great
Example, and I am shamed, as
the disciples were.
Secondly, notice that the Lord
did something about the storm.
You might say that we can do
nothing but be passive when a
huge storm hits, but that is not
so. We can always pray. A friend
of mine printed up some


bumper stickers, "Why Pray,
When You Can Worry?" People
looking at that would immedi-
ately think, "Why, there is a mis-
print," but when we do just that
we don't say about ourselves,
"Why, that (worrying) is a mis-
deed!" Jesus rebuked the storm
and calmed it. You and I have no
power in ourselves to do any-
thing about one of nature's
greatest forces, but, if Christ is in
us, we have His power. A few
years ago a Christian leader was
ridiculed, because he asked peo-
ple to pray that a storm would
be diverted from its oncoming
path. When it was, and he said it
was in answer to prayer, the
unbelieving world scoffed.
However, there were no scoffers
among the disciples on that boat
2000 years ago, but they did
have an emotional reaction.
Notice that the disciples' ter-
ror, fear, awe remained. Just the
reason for these emotions
changed. They realized they
were in the same boat with One


who was more powerful than an
awesome storm. They trembled
in His presence. They thought
they knew Him, but the storm
gave them occasion to learn
something else about Him,
something that caused them to
feel that they could never know
all the dimensions of this great
Savior. When a category 3, or 4,
or even 5 comes blowing our
way,. we too can know that there
is a Being, high above the storm,
Who is infinitely more powerful
than the winds and the water.
We can then sing, "Till the storm
passes over, till the thunder
sounds no more, till the clouds
roll forever from the sky, hold
me fast, let me stand, in the hol-
low of Thy hand; lead me on till
the storm passes by." May we
focus on the Christ Who controls
the "Curve."

Mark D. McClard is the
director of Cornerstone
Ministries in Crestview.


Church Services


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News Bulletin
by 5 PM on the Thursdays prior
to publication.

Apostolic
Apostolic Life Tabernacle and
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially invite
you to' worship with them Suriday
Worship, 10:00 AM, 6:00 PM.
Wednesday Worship 7:00 PM. Men,
Ladies and Youth Activities. Located
Hwy. 90W. 1 mile from city limit sign
turn left onto Shoffner Blvd. then left on
Pinewood to 3136 Pinewood Dr.,
Crestview. For more information call
the church at 689-2422.

Apostolic/Pentecostal
Hester Cornerstone Ministries is
located at 1599 Hester Church Road in
Baker. Interim Pastor Frank J. Weber.
Sunday services 2 p.m. Sunday
School, 3 p.m. worship. Bible Study
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; prayer meeting
Thursday at 7 p.m. Call 682-5367 for
information.

Assemblies
Campton Assembly of God
Church is located at 6924 Hwy 85
North in Laurel Hill.
The Sunday service is at 10:30 AM
Youth services are on Wednesdays at
6:30 PM Adult Bible Study is also on
Wednesday at 6:30 PM.
For more information call the church
at 652-4581 or Pastor Kelly at 423-
0375.
o ,-,Firsis Assemblyi of God: 400 S.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. 8:30 AM early
morning "worship, 10 AM Sunday
School; 11 AM morning worship; and a
6 PM evening service.
Wednesday Family Night begins at 7
PM with Royal Rangers and
Missionettes for children ages 3-12, and
X-treme Youth for children ages 12-18.
North Central Assembly of God: at
158 Woodlawn Drive in Crestview.
Sunday services Sunday School at 10
a.m., morning worship, at 11 a.m.,
evening worship at 6 p.m. Wednesday
Bible study at 7 p.m. on "Vital Themes
of the Bible."
Shady Grove Assembly of God:
Sunday services begin at 9:45 AM with
Sunday School, followed by 10:45 AM
and 6 PM worship services. Wednesday
services begin at 7 PM with Family
Night: Adult Bible Study, Missionettes,
and Royal Rangers. Shady G ve is
located at 1189 Shady Grove Church
Road in Baker, just off Hwy. 189.
Welcome Assembly of God located
on Hwy. 393 in the Dorcas community,
invites you to join them for Sunday ser-
vices including Sunday School at 9:45
AM and worship services at 10:45 and 6
PM.
Women's and men's ministries meet
2nd and 4th Thursdays, with a 6 PM
meal. Call 682-1683 if you need direc-
tions.

Baptist
Beaver Creek BC services: Beaver
Creek Baptist Church, located six miles
West of Baker, has Sunday School at
10:00 AM, morning worship at 11:00
AM, and Children's Church at 11:15
AM.
Central Baptist Church: Robert G.
Cates, Pastor. Located at 951 S. Ferdon
Blvd., Crestview across from The Ivy
Leaf Florist. Sunday School begins at
9:30 a.m., Sunday Morning Service and
Children's Church is at 10:45 a.m.,


AWANA for children is at 5 p.m. (during
school) and Sunday Evening Service
begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday night Youth
Service and Wednesday night Adult
Service is at 6:30 p.m. If you have any
questions please call the office at 682-
5525, also visit Central Baptist on web
at www.centralcrestview.com.
Emmanuel Baptist Church is
located at 3252 East James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview.
Celebrations services: Saturday at 6
PM; Sunday at 8 AM and 10 AM;
Sunday evening celebrations from 5:30
to 7:30 PM Wednesdays from 6:14 to
7:44 PM Sign language is available dur-
ing the 10 AM service. Emmanuel's
Teaching Pastor is Mark Seagle. The
church email address is ebc@ebc-
crestview.com.
Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
Carver Avenue, Crestview. Rev.
Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday Services
- 9:30 AM Sunday School, 11 AM
morning worship, and at 5 p.m. every
1st Sunday is the Hour of Power.
Wednesday Bible Study and prayer is at
7 p.m. Phone: 682-2218.
First Baptist Church of Crestview:
798 N. Pearl Street (across Hwy. 90
from courthouse, behind Burger King.
Pastor Alan Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
Sunday services 8:45 Welcome
Center opens/9:00 Sunday School/10:30
morning worship, children's worship/
4:00 Student Leadership; Youth Choir /
5:000 Youth discipleship; Youth
Ensemble; Ladies, Men, Children and
Preschool Bible Studies; Book Club/ 6
PM evening worship.
Wednesday: 9:00 Media Center
opens/3:00 Youth Atfivities/5:30
Children's Book Club/6:00 Youth
Lighthouse/6:30 Prayer Meeting;
Children's and Preschool Bible Studies.
First Baptist Church of Holt: PO
Box 38, 532 Hwy 90 West, Holt, FL.
32564. Phone 537-6170. Pastor David
Wheat.
Sunday services: 9 AM Small Group
Bible Study. 10:15 AM Praise and
Worship Service. 6 PM Evening Praise
and Worship Service.
Wednesday activities: 6 8 p.m.
Summer Kids Club and Body Builders
for Youth; 7-8 p.m. Adult prayer time.
Live Oak Baptist Church, located
off Hwy. 85 South near Shoal River
Country Club. Rev. Bill White.
Regular Sunday services are Bible
study at 9:45 AM, morning worship ser-
vice at 11 AM. An additional Bible
study class is at 5 PM, followed by
evening worship at 6 PM
On Wednesday at 6:45 PM are Adult
Discipleship Training and Preschool
through Youth Mission organizations.
For more information on other min-
istries, please call 682-5160.
Living Faith Baptist Church: 837
West Janes Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Pastor Chaplain David Pettis. Sunday
services Sunday School 10 AM and
worship at 11 AM Discipleship Training
6 PM, and evening worship 7 PM
Children's Church Sunday morning.
Phone 682-4371.
Magnolia Baptist Church: Located.
at 3198 Hwy 602, Laurel Hill. Pastor
Roy Mooneyham.
Sunday School at 9;45 a.m., Sunday
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. with chil-
dren's church for 3-5 and nursery for
under 3.
Discipleship Training, with Adult
and Youth Studies, also Acteens, GA's
and RA's and Mission Friends at 5 p.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.. Wednesday
night Prayer Service at 6:30 p.m. For


further information, call 652-2900.
New Life Missionary Baptist
Church: Pastor Sanford Hayes. 285
Duggan Ave., Crestview. Sunday School
9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. on
Sunday. Men and Women's Ministry at
6 p.m. on Tuesday. Wednesday Prayer
Service and Bible Study at 6:45 p.m.
Male choir practice at 7 p.m. on
Thursday. Monday youth choir practice
at 6 p.m. Adult's choir practice at 7 p.m.
Valley Road Baptist Church:
'Sunday School 9:45 AM. Morning wor-
ship 11 AM. Discipleship Training 5
PM. Evening worship 6 PM. Wednesday
activities, Youth Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting 7 p.m. Choir practice 8 PM.
The church is located at 1018 Valley
Road in Crestview. Call 682-4513 for
information. Interim Pastor is Don
Smith.
Vacation Bible School will be held
July 11-15, for ages kindergarten
through 5th grade, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Youth
"Ultimate Challenge", July 18-21, 6:30-
8:45 p.m., Friday, July 22nd, 6:30 p.m.
until Saturday, July 23rd, 6:30 a.m.
Grades 6th -12th.
Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church: 201 Cadle Dr., Crestview.
Elder Michael Green, Jr., Pastor. Sunday
10:30 AM and Wednesday 6 PM. Call
689-3383 for more information. Come
worship with us!
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church: 5595
Hwy. 4 South, Baker, FL 32531-0341.
Phone (850) 537-9221. FAX (850) 537-
6798. Pastor, Dr. Jerry Haley.
Sunday services: Bible study 9:45
AM, morning worship 11 AM
Discipleship training 6 PM, evening
worship 7 PM Wednesday night prayer
groups and mission organizations, 7 PM
Woodlawn Baptist located at 824
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Pastor
Patrick Pfrimmer.
Sunday School meets at 9 AM with
morning worship at 10:30 AM. A ser-
vice for the hearing impaired is also
offered on Sunday morning. Sunday
evening service is at 6 PM, and the
Youth Choir meets at 5 PM.
Wednesday services are at 6:30 PM.
Call the church at 682-2924 for infor-
mation.

Catholic
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Parish in Crestview welcomes you to
join adult inquiry sessions, conducted
on Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM
If interested, please contact the
parish office at 682-4622 for registration
information.

Church of
McDonald Street Church of
Christ: at 744 South McDonald Street
in Crestview, with Minister Bro. Henry
Herbert and Youth Minister, Bro. Daniel
Jackson. 10 a.m. Bible class on Sunday,
followed by 11:15 a.m. worship.
Evening worship at 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Also Bible classes are held on
Wednesday at 7 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call 682-6230.
Church of Christ Airport Road:
Sunday Bible study at 9 AM, worship
services at 10 AM, Sunday worship at 6
PM, Wednesday Bible study at 7 PM.
Listen to the "Know Your Bible" radio
program Monday through Saturday on
WAAZ 104.7 at 5:45 AM. Minister
Jason Green.
Crestview Church of God, Pastor
Larry Collins. Sunday school 10 11
AM; morning worship 11 AM 12 PM;
and 6-9, PM evening service on
Sunday, and 6 PM Family Training on


Wednesday. Call 682-3045 for more
information.
Church of New Covenant, Pastors
Charles, Sr., and Maxine Whisnand
invite you to attend their services, locat-
ed at 3191 North Newman Avenue in
Crestview.
Sunday services include Adult Bible
Study and Children's Church at 10 AM,
followed by Praise Hour at 11 AM
Wednesday, a Family Stew/Study ser-
vice is held at 6 PM.
The church also has a radio ministry
broadcast every Sunday at 7:05 AM on
WTJT, 90.1 FM. Call 689-8999 for
more information.
Church of the Resurrection: 66
8th Street, Shalimar FL. The Rev. Canon
Michael G. Carr. Sunday services at 10
AM, morning prayer on 1st, 3rd, 5th;
and holy communion on 2nd and 4th
Sunday.

Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany: Located
at 424 Garden St., Crestview behind the
Teachers Credit Union.
Children's Sunday school 9:15 a.m.
Holy Eucharist 9:30 a.m. Nursery is
available. The first Sunday of the month
there will be a Potluck Brunch following
the service. Episcopal Church Women
meets the second Wed. at 12 p.m. in the
parish hall. Epiphany Men's Group
meets each Thursday at 8 a.m. at
Cracker Barrel. Altar Guild meets the
third Thursday of each month at 8:30
a.m. for brass cleaning.
ECW (Episcopal Church Women)
meets the second Wednesday at 12 p.m.
in the parish hall. Epiphany Men's
Group meets each Thursday at 8 a.m. at
Cracker Barrel. Altar Guild meets the
third Thursday of each month at 8:30
a.m. for brass cleaning.
Interim Vicar is the Rev. George A.
Gilbert, Jr. Office hours are Tuesdays 9
a.m. 4 p.m. Call 689-1410 for more
information. All are welcome.

Lutheran
First Lutheran Church of Florala:
at 24512 5th Avenue (US 331) in Florala
AL, pastored by Rev. Jack Betz. 9:30
AM worship on Sunday. Fellowship
Hour (10:30 AM) and Sunday school for
all ages (11 AM) follow the service.
Phone (334) 858-8357. On Route 331
very near the Florida line in Florala, Ala.
Call (334) 858-3515 for more specific
directions.
Mary Martha Circle meets Thursday
at 10 a.m.
Our Savior Lutheran Church: Our
Savior Lutheran Church is located at
178 W. North Avenue in Crestview. Rev.
Vance G. Tech. Sunday services include
Sunday School for all ages at 9 a.m., and
a traditional worship service with Holy
Communion is every Sunday at 10:30
A.M. Pastor Tech offers catechism
classes every Wednesday at 9 a.m. and
Thursday at 7 p.m.

Methodist
Baker First United Methodist:
located just north of the traffic light in
Baker. The Rev. Calvin N. "Bud"
Harrub is pastor. Sunday School begins
at 10 a.m., worship service is at 11 a.m.
You will be warmly welcomed here! For
more information, call the pastor at 682-
8608.
First United Methodist: 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview, The Rev. Bruce
Sheffield is Senior Pastor, and Dr. R.
Lee Thigpen, Lay Leader (FUMC).
Traditional services at 8 a.m., in the
Christ Chapel, and at 11 a.m., in the


Main Sanctuary. Contemporary service
in the Christ Chapel at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.
For information, call 682-2018, dur-
ing normal business hours.
Mount Zion African Methodist
Episcopal (AME) Church, 502
McDonald Street, in Crestview. Rev.
Matthew Ewing. Regular services
include: Sunday- church school 9:30
AM, praise service 10:45 AM, and wor-
ship service 11:00 AM; Tuesday ser-
vices include: 6 PM prayer meeting, and
men's bible study at 7 PM; Wednesday
Kiddie College, 5:45-7:45 PM. All are
welcome. For information, call 682-
7799.
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, located at 5894 Hwy. 85 North.
Services held Wednesday nights are the
6 PM fellowship supper and 7 PM Bible
study. Sunday services are 10 AM
Sunday'School, and 11 AM and 6 PM
worship.
St. Mark United Methodist
Church: located at 2250 P.J. Adams
Pkwy. in Crestview, offers the following
services: Sunday School, 9 a.m., Sunday
morning worship, 10 a.m.. Wednesday
Bible study for the entire family at 6:30
p.m. A nursery is available for all ser-
vices. Clergyman is Rev. Glenn McCall.
Children's Church for ages 4-5. Call
682-5280 for more information.

Nazarene
Aplin Church of the Nazarene:
Pastor Thomas Farley and Associate
Pastor Rev. Clarence Lykins invite
everyone to attend the following ser-
vices: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday,
evening service at 6 p.m. Wednesday
6:30 P.M. (Bible study and fellowship).
The church is located at 395 Aplin Road
in Crestview, telephone 682-7995.

Nondenominational
Mount Olive Community Church:
Pastor D.L. Lyons invites all interested
to Sunday Services at 10 a.m., Tuesday
Ladies' meeting at 7 p.m. with Marie C.
Lyons, and Thursday Bible study at 7
p.m. with Pastor Dennis. The church is
located at 5661 Mt. Olive Road in
Crestview. Directions approximately 7
miles east on Hwy. 90, turn left on Mt.
Olive Road, 2 miles. Call 682-6218 for
more information.

Pentecostal
First Pentecostal Church of Jesus
Christ: Sunday services for First
Pentecostal are at 10 AM and 6 PM
There is also a Wednesday service at 7
PM Pastor Wilbur Hawkins. They are
located at 997 East Chestnut Ave. in
Crestview. Call (850) 682-3497 for
more information.

Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church: 492 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, pastored by
Rev. Joan Wooten. Sunday School, 10
AM; worship 11 AM; youth meeting 5
PM; Wednesday supper 6 PM, and choir
rehearsal 7 PM. For more information,
call 682-2835.

Unitarian
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of the Emerald Coast (UUFEC): locat-
ed at 1295 Bayshore Drive, Valparaiso,
Florida. Minister: The Reverend
Rodney Debs. Service is held at 10:30
AM each Sunday. For further updates,
check http://www.uufec.com, the Verbal
Chalice, Wick, or please call the
Fellowship at 678-7197, or 243-5247.


Unity
Way of Life Unity Center: Pastor
Rev. George A. Schmidt, Ph.D., the Way
of Life Unity Center is located at 1797
Hurlburt Road in Fort Walton Beach.
Sunday services: 9:30 AM and 11
AM Celebration Services. Youth
Education programs along with child-
care are only provided at the 11 AM ser-
vice. All are welcome.
For information, call the office at
864-1232 (hours by appointment).
There is also a Metaphysical Bookstore
(864-5945) open Sundays from 9 AM to
1 PM, and the Dial-A-Thought line,
864-9139.

Other
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Protestant Sunday Worship
Services/Religious Education 0800
Traditional in West Gate Chapel; 0930
Traditional in West Gate Chapel; 0930
Gospel in Chapel Center; 1230
Contemporary in Chapel Center;
Sunday School classes are available for
ages 3 through adult. Call 882-8527.
Protestant Holy Communion mid week
worship service is every Wed., 1100
hours at the Eglin Hospital Chapel. For
more information, call Chaplain Sarah
Shirley at 883-9736.
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Catholic Weekend Mass Schedule -
1700 hours, Sat. in the West Gate
Chapel; 0745 hours, Sun. in the Chapel
Center; 1115 hours, Sun. in the West
Gate Chapel. For Religious Education,
call 882-7320. RCIAWed. at 1900 hours
in the Chapel Center.
' All;mitijar, andtheir families are
invited to join us at our many diverse
services. We have services for Catholic,
Protestant, Jewish and Islamic faith
groups, as well as activities for all ages.
Call the chapel at 882-2111 for times
and locations.
Christian Life Center: Pastor Jason
Palmer. Prayer is held Sunday at 2 PM,
with Sunday services and Sunday
School at 2:30. Bible study is held
Wednesday nights at 7:30 PM Christian
Life Center is located at 410 Wingard
Street; call (850) 305-0198 for more
information.
Healing Stream Ministries: Pastor
Jonathan Griffin. Saturday services are
being held. The ministry is located at the
corner of E. Robinson and Church Street
in Crestview. Call Pastor Griffin at 682-
5455 for more information.
The Chapel, an independent wor-
shipping community, has services every
Sunday morning at 7:30 AM with
Chaplain Hayward Chapman, and at 9
AM with Chaplain Chuck Chapman.
Tuesday evenings prayer meeting at 6
p.m. Friday evenings Spanish prayer
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Services are held
at 1093 S. Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview,
next to Domino's Pizza. Phone: (850)
682-9887 or (850) 423-0526. "Come as
you are."
The Awakening Ministries, Inc., a
not-for-profit Christian music ministry,
meets every Saturday from 2-7 PM
under the pavilion, Kit Drive,
Crestview. Their phone number is 689-
1259.
All amateur, semi-professional, and
professional Christian music groups and
individuals are invited to attend for
practice, auditioning, fellowship, and
prayer. Spectators and other interested
parties are also welcome. For more
information call or email awakening-
ministries@praize.com.


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Building Permits


Mila Hughen, left, teaches music at her private Pensacola studio
and is now bringing a method she developed, which combines
Russian and American styles of teaching, to Crestview.


Native Russian pianist


brings her teaching


style to Crestview


Lauren McLaughlin
Bulletin Reporter


A Pensacola-based piano
teacher is coming to Crestview
to teach locals her own Russian-
American method.
Mila Hughen came to
America about seven years ago.
A native of Russia, she had stud-
ied music at college, earning her
bachelor's degree. Upon coming
to America to fulfill her dream
of teaching, however, she was
met with a challenge.
"Teaching methods in Russia
are totally different more strict,
more demanding," said
Hughen. "But Americans 'are
more fun loving, and they like it
to be easy and relaxing."
Because she saw the benefits
of both methods, she decided to
infuse the more strict, Russian
methods of teaching into the
more leisurely American way.
"I tried to combine two meth-

Hughen. "It was kind of a chal-
lenge to bring about Russia's
high level of results but at the
same time, have fun. It took
some time."
However, with much dili-
gence, Hughen reached her
goal.
"I think I was very success-
ful, and now I teach my own
method," she said. "The Russian
method and American method
are interesting. I love it. I want
to get results."
Hughen first tried her
method two years ago at her
Pensacola studio.
"It was pretty scary to start
from the very beginning," she
said. "It's more advanced than
normal. "I was amazed because
the results were so outstand-
ing."
Though more difficult than


the traditional way of Amercian
teaching, Hughen's method
does offer another "American"
benefit the desire for instant
results.
"Most teachers start by teach-
ing notes," she said. "My
method is based on instant play-
ing to enjoy. It's an easy way to
get started and keep at it, keep
excited. After the students know
they like it, they keep practicing,
and then I teach reading."
Hughen offers a guarantee.
"My students play instant-
ly,"she said.
According to the many
phone calls she's received,
Crestview musicians seem eager
to learn by her new method.
"I want to bring my method
and my experience," she said. "I
can teach any level to any age."
Hughen is a member of the
Music Teachers National
Association, an organization
comprised of 24,000 indepen-
dent and collegiate music teach-
.ers., "" *I ".I' -17 .


City of Crestview
building permits
6/30: Littlefield, 1064 Northview Dr.
Re-roof by Donald Courtney, $2,000.
7/1: Ronald and Cindy W., 1239
Northview Dr. Extend concrete by owner,
$4,000. Myrtle W., 123 Chessher Court.
14x18' addition by owner, $17,000. *
Holiday Builders, 205 Cabana Way. New
single family dwelling by Holiday Builders,
$150,966. Holiday Builders, 203 Cabana
Way. New single family dwelling by
Holiday Builders, $142,290. Holiday
Builders, 197 Cabana Way. New single
family dwelling by Holiday Builders,
$138,955. Johnny Edwards, 211
Brookemeade Dr. Install screen by owner,
$500. Karen Johnson, 333 Brackin St.
Electrical change out by Hammond's
Electric, $750.
7/5: Emma Johnson, 173 Cabana
Way. Install 6' wood privacy fence by
owner, $1,500. Kelly and Paulina C.,
162 Nun Drive. Change out by Air-
Medics, $3,000. Edmunda and Maria,
419 Northview Lane. Change out by Air-
Medics, $4,000. Josephine Dunlop, 446
Jillian Drive. Install lawn sprinklers by
Everson Plumbing, $1,300. Donald E.
Morrison, 901 Anderson Street. A/C
change out by owner, $4,000. Marcus
and Angela S., 177 Nun Drive. Re-roof by


Re-roof America, $8,200. Dianna Leaf,
302 Strawbridge Dr. In-ground swimming
pool by Crystal Pools, $11,000.

Okaloosa County
building permits
6/29: Debbie K. Underwood, 3454
Swan Ave., Crestview. Mechanical by
Oglesby Heating and A/C. Jon A. and
Sherri L. Hill, 4561 Cedar Springs Farm
Rd., Holt. Plumbing by Grandstaff
Plumbing and Gas. Timothy S. and
Dorothy Agro, 893 Lighthouse Church
Rd., Baker. Mechanical by Hilton's Heat,
Ventilation and A/C. John and Vianney
Wacholz, 108 Golf Course Dr., Crestview.
Mechanical by Hilton's Heat, Ventilation
and A/C. Virginia and Robert Kahn, 6667
Bill Lundy Rd., Laurel Hill. Mechanical by
Advantage Air; Electrical by The Buyer's
Advantage Finance Co. Walter M.
Crumpler, 5303 Hwy. 4, Baker. Electrical
by Edwin L. Cauley. William E. Moore,
IV, 1673 Dads Rd., Baker. Swimming pool
by Fort Walton Pools. Dexter and
Martha Lundy, 6745 Bill Lundy Rd., Laurel
Hill. Swimming pool by Fort Walton Pools.
* Edgar and Vivian Doody, 6001
Dorchester Place, Crestview. Mechanical
by Ned C. Stewart Mechanical. Jeremy
Stewart Construction, 1516 Long Needle


Business

Announcements

Agricultural
loans
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) through the Farm Service Agency
(FSA) makes farm ownership/operating loans to qualified socially disadvantaged
applicants, including but not limited to women, African-Americans, American
Indians, Alaskan natives, and Asian and Pacific Islanders. For more information, con-
tact Wayne Davis at (850) 682-2416 or leave a message with your county FSA office.

Crestview,
Referral Source
Would you like more customers, but don't know where to find them? Crestview
Referral Source (CRS) is here to help. CRS members meet every first and third
Tuesday of the month at 7:30 a.m. at the Tropical Palm Restaurant in Crestview. To
learn more, Call Stacy at 682-0791, or Phil at 217-5526, to get information about the
next meeting.

Environmental Quality
Incentive Program (EQIP)
Farmers, ranchers and other can receive financial assistance to improve their
water quality and reduce soil erosion through the application of conservation prac-
tices developed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Practices
designed to assist landowners in reducing soil erosion and protect wetlands through
conservation tillage, vegetative practices, structural practices, cross fencing, wells.
pipelines, and watering facilities are available. If you would like to sign-up for assis-
tance come by the NRCS field office of the FSA office at 938 N. Ferdon Blvd., in
Crestview.
In order to qualify for the Environmental Quality Incentive Program, you must
have a minimum of $1000 or more agriculture products produced and sold, or that
normally would have been sold for two of the last five years, or provide Internal
Revenue Service (IRS) Schedule F- Profit or Loss form.


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Cburt, Baker. New single family dwelling
by Jeremy Stewart Construction. Toolan
Development, 2809 Phil Tyner Rd.,
Crestview. Mechanical and electrical by
King Electric of Okaloosa.
6/30: Paul and Margaret Anglin, 5342
Fox Hound Lane, Baker. Mechanical by
homeowner. James and Nancy
McDougald, 1468 McCauley Rd., Baker.
Swimming pool by Wilk's Pools. William
and Kelley Huckabee, 6089 Sonny Lane;
Crestview. Home occupation. Nathan
Boyles and Crystal Booker, 4385
Wilkerson Bluff Rd., Holt. Gas by
Amerigas. R.L. Brown and Associates,
4609 Chanan Dr., Crestview. Mechanical
by Gordon A/C and Associates. John
and Julie Hitson, 2791 Lake Silver Rd.,
Crestview. Plumbing by H&B Plumbing. *
David W. McCranie, 105 Cardinal Court,
Crestview. Plumbing by H&B Plumbing.
7/1: API Ltd., 4634 Chanan Dr.,
Crestview. Mechanical by Kool Breeze of
NW Florida. Donald and Bualong
Liesch, 4398 Wilkerson Bluff Rd., Holt.
Mechanical by homeowner. Jeremy
Stewart Construction, 1513 Long Needle
Court, Baker. Plumbing by Skip's
Plumbing and Repair Service.
7/5: Joseph and Anto Masterson,
2828 Pear Orchard Blvd., Crestview.
Plumbing by Lee Byrd Plumbing. Toolan
Development, 2809 Phil Tyner Rd.,


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Kathy Wilhelm


Crestview. Plumbing by Lee Byrd
Plumbing. Cornerstone Construction
and Development, 4685 Falcon Way,
Crestview. Plumbing by A-1 Plumbing;
same at 4683. James and Michelle
Adams, 1503 Greenwood Rd., Baker.
Gas by Zachary's Gas Services. Mary N.
Wang, 6024 Robin Rd., Crestview.
Plumbing by homeowner. Christopher
Bosch, 960 Hiawatha St., Holt. Home
occupation. Grant Bascom, Jr., 2778
Lake Silver Rd., Crestview. Plumbing by
Skip's Plumbing and Repair Service. *
Martin and Barbara Terrell, 5847 Antler
Way, Crestview. Plumbing by Skip's
Plumbing and Repair Service. Linda K.
Richardson, 5941 Dairy Rd., Baker.
Electrical by Casey Electric. Olin and
Dorothy Blocker, 1109 Chestnut Ave.,
Crestview. Electrical by Casey Electric. *
Patrick and Cynthia O'Rourke, 4760
Melissa Cove, Crestview. Electrical by
Casey Electric. Andersyn and Cynthia
Mims, 1916 Hidden Springs Dr., Baker.
Plumbing by Faith Mechanical; mechani-
cal by Anderson Heating and Air
Conditioning. James and Patsy Moutlon,
106 Golf Course Dr., Crestview. Gas by
Zachary's Gas Services. Gamble
Construction, 1678 Lady Lane, Baker.
Mechanical by Anderson Heating and Air
Conditioning; same at 1913 Hidden
Springs Dr.


Wilhelm is

named top

producer for

May at ERA

Leading local real estate sales
associate Kathy Wilhelm has
been recognized as the top pro-
ducer for May at ERA American
Realty.
"Kathy strives to be the best
in service and advice for the
homebuyers and sellers she
works with," said Sandi Sears,
sales manager, "and this is
reflected by being the best in our
office rankings."


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"It allows me to prepare stu-
dents for contests on local and
national levels," she said.
Regardless of whether you
want to play for fun or profes-
sionally, Hughen can teach
according to your needs because
she understands the ultimate
purpose of music.
"Music is beauty," she said.
"If you're going to play music,
you have to love it. Music is sup-
posed to bring something out of
you."
Hughen currently teaches
three days in Pensacola and
three days in Crestview.
For more information or to
sign up for lessons, you may
contact Hughen in Crestview
Thurs.-Sat. at 682-2898, and in
Pensacola on Monday and
Tuesday at 850-477-9041 before
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* Community Happenings


Please turn in your community news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 5 p.m. on
the Thursdays prior to publication.


REUNIONS
CHS CLASS OF 1995: A reunion
for the CHS Class of 1995 is in the plan-
ning stages. It will be held July 30 at
Foxwood Country Club. Call Erin at
683-3659 or Heather at 689-8656 for
more information.
CHS CLASS OF 1970: The
Crestview High School Reunion
Committee for the 1970 graduating class
is seeking classmates, addresses, phone
numbers and email address to complete
the 2005 35th reunion yearbook and to
mail invitations. Please contact
LaDonna Aaron Medley at (850) 682-
2887. If there's no answer, please leave
the above information. See you in July!


ANNOUNCEMENTS
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are needed
to invest their time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
LIVING EXPENSES AVAIL-
ABLE FOR IVAN VICTIMS: The
Florida Department of Financial
Services reminds residents who are still
displaced from Hurricane Ivan and in
need of additional living expenses under
their insurance policy to immediately
contact their agent and insurance com-
pany.
If their insurer has not responded,
displaced residents need to contact the
Florida Department of Financial
Services at 1-800-22-STORM for assis-
tance.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you
are pregnant and concerned about alco-
hol and drugs, free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant women are eli-
gible for priority substance abuse treat-
ment services. Women's Intervention
Services & Education (WISE) can pro-
vide you with information and assist you
in getting the help you need. WISE
serves as a client advocate and coordi-
nator of services for pregnant women
with substance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol Council,
a thirty-four year old licensed non-prof-
it organization that is dedicated to pro-
viding prevention services for a drug-
free community. For more information,
call WISE (850) 833-3729 in Fort
Walton Beach or (850) 689-4024 in
Crestview.
YMCA CHILD CARE SUMMER
DAY CAMPS: Registration is now
open for the YMCA Child Care Summer
Day. Camps at schools sites, at the Y
Child Care Administration Office, and at
www.ecymca.org. Fees are $75/week
for members and $96/week for non-


members; there is a one-time $20 regis-
tration fee for non-members. Camp
times are 6:30 a.m. 6 p.m. Program
memberships are available for $45 per
child per year which entitles the child to
member rates on YMCA programs.
ATTENTION ARTISTS AND
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Area artists and
photographers are encouraged to submit
work for consideration in the Emerald
Coast Writers' 2005 SandScript Journal
cover competition. Entries must be
received by July 29, 2005 and must meet
the specifications as outlined on the
website, www.emeraldcoastwriters.org.
Submissions are limited to one entry per
person, must be the artist's original
work and can either be submitted elec-
tronically or on a diskette. Themes
involving writing, literacy, and/or beach
are preferred but are not required. The
winning entry will be announced no
later than September 5, 2005. For fur-
ther information please e-mail: dar-
lene2k@cox.net.
5TH SIZZLIN SUMMER
CRUISE: The Spanish Trail Cruisers
will have their 5th Sizzlin Summer
Cruise In on Aug. 13 at the Old Spanish
Trail Festival Park, new Junction of
Hwy 85 N and Stillwell Blvd.,
Crestview. The event will be a car/truck
show and more. Open to all. The event
runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., with awards
from 4-5 p.m. There will be vendors,
food, fun and games, fellowship, danc-
ing, socializing, etc. Car/truck show reg-
istration on site, $20. Registration
before Aug. 1 is $15. Potential car/truck
show participants should contact Bill
Vickery at 423-0996 or wwvjr@cox.net
for flyer and registration form.
Admission is free. Potential vendors
should contact Ron or Frances Gautney
at 689-1007 or rgautney@cox.net for
registration form or more information.
MOPS COOKBOOK: MOPS
(Moms of Preschoolers) of Crestview
has collected the best recipes from
group members, family, and friends and
compiled them into an attractive keep-
sake cookbook. They are currently sell-
ing their one-of-a-kind cookbooks for
$10. They may be purchased from any
member of the organization. All pro-
ceeds will go to MOPS of Crestview.
The cookbook contains 250 well-loved
recipes including appetizers, and main
dishes, desserts and many others. For
more information contact Cyndy Chapin
at 850-683-0490.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.RL. Conyers Masonic Lodge #364,
PHA, sponsor of the Malcolm N.
Haynes Sr. Council of The Knights of
Pythagoras, is now accepting applica-
tions for membership into their youth
fraternity. Membership is open to all
young men from 9 to 17 years old; how-
ever they must be accompanied by par-
ent or guardian when filling out an
application.
For more information and applica-
tions, please contact either Thomas D.


Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326 or Barney L.
Bailey, Jr. at 689-3773.
ROAD CLOSURE IN
CRESTVIEW: Reinke Drive in
Crestview will be closed at Piney Woods
Creek until further notice for road
repairs. The road will be open for local
traffic only from Overview Drive to
Valley Road.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters (VOAD) needs volunteers to
work in the Emergency Operations
Center (EOC) assisting county person-
nel in the event of any natural or man-
made disaster affecting Okaloosa
County.
VOAD has the lead role in coordi-
nating the processing and operations of
volunteers and donated goods.
Volunteers will be asked to perform
duties like setting up binders, laptop
commuters, supplies, phones, and food
for volunteers.
Okaloosa County Public Safety will
open the EOC, located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in Shalimar, when a
disaster occurs. There will be a need for
data entry volunteers.
For more information, please con-
tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how you can
help in the fight or save babies, contact
your local March of Dimes office or
visit www.marchofdimes.com. For
sponsorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you are looking for local history, arti-
facts, photos, and a good selection of
area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the third Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with special
tours available upon request. For more
information, call the museum at 537-
5714, Jeanette Hendersdn at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to bakermuse-
um@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRI-
VERS: Volunteers are needed to drive
the DAV van, which takes veterans to
their appointments at the VA Outpatient
Clinic in Pensacola. You would only
drive two days per month. For further
information, contact the local Veterans
Service Office at 601-A North Pearl
Street, or call 689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs more
than $100 a day to shelter a victim of
domestic violence. For more informa-
tion on how you can help, call 683-
0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower site, the
Hub City Environmental Center offers a
free opportunity to learn about native
plants and animals.
To reserve the park for your group,
call the Leisure Services Department at
682-4715.


EVENTS
THE STATE TITLE EVERYONE
WANTS: The Tiny Miss Florida Beauty
Pageant will be held July 23rd, 2 p.m., at
Crestview High School. There is an
entry fee of $85 and age divisions are 0-
23 months; 2-3; 4-5; 6-7; 8-9; 10-12; 13-
15; 16 and up. There will be awards for
Most Beautiful, Best Fashion and
Photogenic in each age division. There
will be a rehearsal on July 22 at
Crestview High School at 6 p.m.
Admission will be $5 for adults and $3
for children, 5 and under will be free.
You must be registered by July 15.
After July 15, there will be a $10 late
fee. For more information, call Tricia
Rogers at 689-3563.
USED BOOK SALE: The Eglin
Officers' Spouses' Club is holding a
used book sale at the Base Library on
Wednesday, July 27, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Proceeds from the sale benefit the
library and EOSC charitable donations.
For more information, contact Jan
Exterkamp at 897-5083.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUBLIC
LIBRARY EVENTS: The Infant and
Toddler Lap Sit Program meets in the
Story Room on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
morning of each month at 10:15 a.m.
The program introduces you and your
child to books through reading, rhymes,
and music. Please call Heather for more
information at 682-4432 or 682-8776.
SIKES LIBRARY FIRST TUES-
DAY SERIES: Robert L.F. Sikes Public
Library First Tuesday Series starts at
10:30 a.m. at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the Post Office).

MEETINGS
SENIOR CIRCLE: July 14 -
Senior Circle Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. in
the First Baptist Church of Crestview
Fellowship Hall across from the Court
House on Hwy 90 W. Bring a covered
dish that will feed yourself and four
other people.
July 18 Stretch, Flex, and Tone
class at the Senior Circle Classroom at 9
a.m. at 127 East Redstone Ave. There is
a fee of $10 per month and meets every
Monday. Go to the Senior Circle Office
and sign up. You will need to fill out an
exercise release form and have a med-
ical form filled out and signed by your
physician.; Game Day/Brown Bag
Lunch at 12 p.m. at Senior Circle
Classroom. Bring games and lunch and
spend the day playing.
July 19 Beginning Spanish at 10
a.m. at the Education Building and on
July 26 at 10 a.m. at the Education
Building, 127 East Redstone Ave.
July 19 Bingo at 10 a.m. at Senior
Circle Classroom. Please bring three $1
items for prizes.
July 20 Bridge at 10:30 a.m. at the
Senior Circle Classroom. If interested,
please contact Betty Carter at 682-2517
to register.
For registration and reservations,


NOAH Pet of the Week


Tabitha is a very
attractive brown
tabby. She is about
18 months old and
very affectionate.
She gets along well
with other cats.
Tabitha is spayed
and ready to join
.your family. Come
by and see her
P today! We also have
) lots of younger kit-
tens. Please visit us
at 551 S. Main St.,
683-0023, Cat adop-
tions only Tues. &
Wed. 10-2. Cats and
dogs Thurs. 4-7 and
Sat 10-4.


please call 689-8409.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS: The Holt
Fire District Board of Commissioners
holds their regular scheduled meetings
every third Thursday of the month at
490 W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the community
building at 6:30 p.m. The public is
encouraged to attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
TRAINING: The Holt Fire Department
holds its regular training meeting the
second and fourth Thursdays from 7
p.m. at the fire station located at 490 W.
Hwy 90 in Holt. Persons interested in
joining the department are welcome to
attend.


CLASSES
HERITAGE MUSEUM CLASS-
ES: July 13 Baskets for Two, from 9
a.m. until noon. Lou Holt will be teach-
ing a traditional basket weaving class in
which an adult and a child (10 or older)
will each make a flat reed basket suit-
able for holding a tissue box or flower'
pot. Fee is $20 for members, $25 for
nonmembers. If you cant find a partner,
come alone.
July 15 Soap Making, from 10 a.m.
until 2 p..m. Monique Taylor will offer a
class in basic soap making. Make veg-
etable based cold process soaps using
local traditional plants. Learn about oil
properties, lye preparation and recipe
selection. All will participate in making
soap and will leave with a bar of soap,
recipes and a complete soap-making kit
to use at home. Fee is $50 for members,
$55 for nonmembers plus $25 materials
fee. Participants must be at least 18
years old. Wear long sleeves.



HELP ADULTS LEARN TO
READ: Learn to Read of Northwest
Florida is holding a two-day tutoring
workshop on successive Saturdays, July
23 and 30, 2005, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Town and Country Plaza Building,
to train volunteers to help other adult
learn to read and write. Please call 432-
S4347.
NORTH OKALOOSA MEDICAL
CENTER CLASSES: The NOMC is
offering these free classes to the public:
Childbirth Education Class one-day
Saturday class designed to prepare
expectant mothers, and their partners,
mentally and physically, for delivery.
Recommended attendance after the 28th
week of pregnancy. Held at both NOMC
locations: the Health Resource Center,
125-B East Redstone Ave., Crestview,
and the Gateway Medical Clinic, 931
US Hwy 331, DeFuniak Springs. Call
689-8340 to register, or for further infor-
mation
ADSO CLASSES: Art Camp The
Arts & Design Society's is sponsoring a
Kids Art Camp for children. Camp
activities include working with clay,
drawing and painting, mixed media and
drumming. The cost per child is $55,
with the second child paying, $50
Session 3 and 4 July 11-15 from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. or 1 to 3 p.m. for ages 6
through 11.
DESTIN LA SPANISH CLASS-
ES: Spanish classes for children ages 3-
10 are held at Emmanuel Baptist Church
in Crestview on Mondays from 5-5:45
p.m. Beginner adult classes are held
Tuesday from 5 to 6 p.m. at Tall Pines
Academy. Please call (850) 682-0886 to
register now, and visit the Destin LA
web site at www.DestinLA.com.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-DR-2461
Division

DEE ANN RHEA SMITH
Petitioner,

and

JAMES ARRON SMITH,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: James Arron Smith
*Respondent's Last Known
Address
523 Harding
Massillon, OH 44646

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Dee Ann Rhea Smith,
whose address is 1981 Rookery
Bay Dr., Apt 504, Naples, FL34114
on or before July 29, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex Shalimar, FL
32579, before service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.If you fall
to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request
S You;must teep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule .12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: 6/10/05

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: K. Dn
Deputy Clerk

06/22/05
06/29/05
07/06/05
07/13/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-DR-2460
Division

REGINALD C. GREEN
-Petitioner,

and

NOI RELLIN
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
.DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: Noi Rellln
Respondent's Last Known
Address:


1981 Broadway
Beaumont, TX 77701

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Reginald C. Green,
whose address is 1981 Rookery
Bay Dr., Apt. 504, Naples, FL34114
on or before July 29, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex Shalimar, FL
32579, before service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.lf you fail
to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition. "
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Courts office notified of your
current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
Information. Failure to comply can
result In sanctions, Including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: 6/10/05

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: K. Dn.
Deputy Clerk

06/22/05
06/29/05
07/06/05
07/13/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-CP-432

IN RE: ESTATE OF BLANCHE
ASTLER SMITH,
Deceased
/

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of BLANCHE ASTLER
SMITH, deceased, File Number 05-
CP-432, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa County, Florida,
-Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER 1359,
CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-1359. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims or


demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is July 6, 2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Samuel M. Peek,
222 Government Street, Suite D
Niceville, Florida 32578
(850) 678-1178
Florida Bar No.: 329010

Personal Representative:
Deborah Josey,
4481 Woodbridge Road
Niceville, Florida 32578

07/06/05
07/13/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-DR-2736
Division:

IN RE: The Marriage of
Roger Alan Marsh,
Petitioner

and

Julie Dee Marsh,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: Julie Dee Marsh

Respondent's Last Known
Address:
3363 Peppertree Lane
San Jose, CA 95127

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, If
any, to it on JOSEPH D. LORENZ,
counsel for ROGER ALAN
MARSH, whose address Is 1270
N. Eglin Parkway, Ste. C-12,
Shalimar, FL 32579 on or before
August 8, 2005, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at 1250
N. Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, FL
32579, before service on Petitioner
or Immediately thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these 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, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of


.Q Public Notices .


Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: 6/29/05

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

By: Kathy Henley
Deputy Clerk

07/06/05
07/13/05
07/20/05
07/27/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-CP-629-0

IN RE: ESTATE OF.JOE P. SMITH
A.K.A. JOSEPH PASCAL SMITH,
A.K.A. JOSEPH P. SMITH
Deceased
/

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of JOE P. SMITH, deceased,
whose death was May 19, 2005
and whose Social Security Number
is 264-32-0435, is pending In the
Circuit Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Okaloosa
County Courthouse, P.O. Box
1359, Crestview, FL 32536. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other perons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE.OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is July 6, 2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Ferrin C. Campbell,Sr.,
2603 Palamino Trail
Crestview, Florida 32536
(850) 423-0707
Florida Bar No.: 0011349

Personal Representative:
Mary Jo Joseph,


110 Eagle Court
Crestview, Florida 32536

07/06/05
07/13/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-DR-001026C
Division:

IN RE: The Marriage of
Carl Douglas Wilson,
Petitioner

and

Lucinda Sue Wilson,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: Lucinda Sue Wilson

Respondent's Last Known
Address:
103 Shell Dr.
Crestview, FL 32536

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on CARL DOUGLAS WIL-
SON, whose address is 103 Shell
Dr., Crestview, FL 32536 on or
before August 5, 2005, and file the
original with the clerk of this Court
at 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL 32579, before service
on Petitioner or immediately there-
after. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders, are
available'at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these 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, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers In this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
Information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, Including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: 6/30/05

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

By: Sharon Anderson
Deputy Clerk

07/06/05
07/13/05
07/20/05
07/27/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
CASE NO. 04-CA-3343

NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE


FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT-
GAGE ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff, et al.,

vs.

JOHN B. BOULIAS; SANDRA K.
BOULIAS; JAMES C. CAMPBELL;
DISCOVER BANK, ISSUER OF
THE DISCOVER CARD;
UNKNOWN TENANT,
Defendants.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated 10-14-04, and
entered in Case No. 04-CA-3343,
of the Circuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa
County, Forida; wherein FEDERAL
NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCI-
ATION, is a Plaintiff and JOHN B.
BOULIAS, SANDRA K. BOULIAS,
JAMES C. CAMPBELL; DISCOV-
ER BANK, ISSUER OF THE DIS-
COVER CARD; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT are the Defendants. I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash at Shalimar Courthouse
Annex, front door, 1250 Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579, at
11:00 AM on July 20 2005, the fol-
lowing described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:

LOT 16, BLOCK C.
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE
SOUTH AT BLUEWATER BAY
UNIT I, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
7, PAGE 47, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

As Clerk of the Court

By: K. Dn
As Deputy Clerk

Publish: CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN

Submitted by:
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
951 N. E. 167th Street, Suite 102
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
Telephone: (305) 770-4100

07/06/05
07/13/05


Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion July 25, 2005 at 7:30 A.M. for
the following described vehicles:

1990 Chevy Prizm
VIN # 1Y1SK546XLZ109446

The auction will be held at 861 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. Danco Transmissions has
the right to turn down any and all
bids.

07/13/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-CA-001595-C

JOHN G. GORDON, SR.,
Plaintiff,

v.


BEATRICE FEARS,
Defendant.
I

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: BEATRICE FEARS,
Address unknown, and all parties
claiming interests by, through,
under or against defendant; and/or
all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title, or interested in
the property described in this
notice.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title in the following
property located at 7615 Gordon
Road, Laurel Hill, Florida in
Okaloosa County, Florida, and
more particularly described as fol-
lows:

North one-half of Lot 1, Block
10, Map of Laurel Hill, Florida
Parcel ID # 05-5N-22-2510-
0016-0010

has been filed against you. You are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to the
action on CONNIE ROPER, plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address is PO
Box 727, Crestview, FL 32536 on or
before August 9, 2005 and file the
original with the Clerk of thjs court
either before service on plaintiff's
attorney or immediately after ser-
vice; otherwise, a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL of
this Court on July 5, 2005.

DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
,Okaloosa County, Florida
By Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

07/13/05
07/20/05
07/27/05
08/02/05


In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Moulton's Advanced
Storage, Inc., located at 5180
South Ferdon Boulevard in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the household
and other goods stored in:

Unit 157 of Moulton's Advanced
Storage. Said goods are to be sold
to recover the rents not paid by the
tenant, Edward Foltmann.

Unit F30 of Moulton's Advanced
Storage. Said goods are to be sold
to recover the rents not paid by the
tenant, Michele Hughes.

Unit 128 of Moulton's Advanced
Storage. Said goods are to be sold
to recover the rents not paid by the
tenant, Teresa Cole.

The sales shall take place on July
23, 2005 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. at
Moulton's Advanced Storage.

07/13/05
07/20/05


In accordance with Florida
Statutes, KeepSafe Storage, locat-
ed at 101 Hospital Drive, Crestview,
Florida will offer for sale to the high-
est bidder the household and other


goods stored in:

unit #K17 of KeepSafe Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
er the rents not paid by the tenant,
Marcus Yelverton.

unit #144 of KeepSafe Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
er the rents not paid by the tenant,
Katie Sandoval.

The sale shall take place on July 22
at 9:00 a.m. at KeepSafe Storage.

07/13/05
07/20/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 05-CP-000699-C-JW

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of BENNIE E. ARD, SR.,
deceased, whose date of death
was February 16, 2005, File
Number 05-CP-000699-C-JW, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Okaloosa County Clerk of Circuit
Court, 101 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview, Florida, 32536. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney is set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN 30 DAYS
AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THIS
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date for first publication of
this notice is July 13, 2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Connie Roper, Esquire
P.O. Box 727
Crestview, Forida 32536
(850) 682-6165
Florida Bar No: 0811971

Personal Representative:
Annie M. Ard
5343 Keyser Mill Road
Baker, Florida 32531

07/06/05
07/13/05


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July 1 tif 530pih
Preview the day
before.
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container from the
Midlands of
England, All to be
sold at Public
Auction to the
highest bidder!
Plua a selection
of smalls. Partial
list: Great
stained glass
-windows, oak
welsh dresser, oak
bed room suite,
barley twist table,
3pc. Edwardian
BR suite, kitchen
cabinet, mahogany
sideboard, mirror
front wardrobe,
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table.


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Eglin Pkwy FWB,
32548
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Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699

OFFICE CLEANER,
part time, after-
noons, Crestview.
retiree's welcome.
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with prime locations
available now! Un-
der $9000 invest-
ment required. Call
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990-9404

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- Crestview. High
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fessional and must
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CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring Hostess-
es, Dishwashers,
and Cooks. Apply in
person or call 682-
8804. Interview on
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Paid training., full
benefits. Call for in-
formation on current
hiring positions:
Homeland Security,
Wildlife, Clerical, &
Professional. 1-800-
320-9353 x 2101.
EARN EXTRA in-
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ROOFERS
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
Crestview home re-
pair hiring hard
working roofers. All
workmen comp and
insurances paid.
Salary based, long
term employment,
Not a "Pay by the
square short term
job. 682-5529
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terior & exterior
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0585.


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Paid -training., full
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formation on current
hiring positions:
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Wildlife, Clerical, &
Professional. 1-800-
320-9353 x 2101.
HOUSEKEEPING!
LOOKING for some-
one to clean 4 hous-
es & 1 office on an
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view. Call 689-2386
ROOFERS AND La-
borers needed! Pay
depends upon expe-
rience. Call Russell
830-6680 or 689-
8075 after 5pm
LICENSED A & P
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craft. Apply Sun-
shine Aero Indus-
tries, Bob Sikes Air-
port, 5545 John Giv-
ens Road, Crestview
850-682-6811.


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UP TO $1,500
WEEKLY! Now hir-
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ers! Easy Work! Ex-
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584-1660 ext. 810
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ENCE A/C Duct in-
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minimum, wages ne-
gotiable. Call 689-
2940

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Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant

CRACKER BAR-
REL OF DESTIN
Now hiring all posi-
tions. Cooks, serv-
ers, cashiers. Apply
in person or call
269-3344. Located
at foot of Mid-Bay
Bridge. Good bene-
fits and up to 3 rais-
es in 1st year.


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YOU!!
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General Managers
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Very competitive salary and bonus plan
Local hands-on training
Send your resume to:
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24 Hour Towing Service

FACTORY SPEC.

COLLISION CENTER
Rusty Snyder
Towing Manager

(850)423-0691
Cell
(850)546-0897
5165 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview


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Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
HIRING PART-TIME
Housekeepers and
front desk apply in
person at Jameson
Inn.

104
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Office Work
PART-TIME RE-

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The Crestview News Bulletin, North
Okaloosa's only hometown newspaper,
is looking for a graphic designer.


The successful candidate for this 30-hour-a-week
position must be dependable and reliable, as well as
proficient in the use of Macintosh computer platform
based programs, including
Quark Express and Adobe Photoshop.

Interested candidates should drop off their resumes at
our offices between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. No phone calls please.

Crestview News 295 W James Lee Blvd.
B ulleti Crestview, Florida 32536
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Crestview
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Areas
LOOKS LIKE NEW!
This 3 yr old beauty is a
Must See for the serious
buyer.
1784sf, 3BR/2BA, Irg
mstr BR w/his & her
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deck off the rear porch.
2 car garage. $225,000
DON'T MISS IT!
Custom 4/2 home on
llth Fairway is loaded
with upgrades. Kitchen
has oak cabinets, marble
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formal dining, oversized
deck, sprinkler system,
2 car garage.
COUNTRY SETTING
on completely fenced
acre for this nice
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mobile home. Fla room,
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bidg, gazebo, carport. A
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$85,900!
EXECUTIVE
ELEGANCE
5BR/3.5BA home in Ft.
Walton has it all.
Generous room sizes,
custom gourmet
kitchen, fireplace,
bookcases, upgraded
tile and carpet, privacy
fenced back yard boasts
treehouse for the kids
and patio for dining.
Central vacuum,
security system, custom
window treatments.
$495,000
PRIME POTENTIAL
for development, this
210 acre property in
Dorcas area is minutes
to town, handy to Hwy
393 and Poverty Creek
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property, perfect
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315
Business Services

DUMP TRAILER
Rental and Services.
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HANDY MAN. Over
25 years construc-
tion exp. 850-428-
15857 or 850-892-
7041.






*Dump Truck
Hauling
*Dirt
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*Rock

Call for your
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Mike Rogers, Owner
Cell: 850-758-5234
Line: 23*7522
Home: 334-858-2703
Serving Florida and
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J&K TREE and
Stump Removal,
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537-7412.








SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
ALL CASH Candy
Route. Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Ma-
chines and Candy
$9,995. 1-800-807-
6485.
ALL CONCRETE,
15 years experi-
ence. Patio, Drive-
ways, Tear-out,
Sidewalks, some
stamp work. Li-
censed & Insured.
Free estimates.
No Job to small.
(850)376-4304
DS MOZER Tree
Service, serving
Crestview. PIs call
John Allen @
(850)225-1718


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Business Services

RESTORATION OF
all types of build-
ings. Residential &
commercial. We
comply with Florida
law concerning in-
surance &
license.428-1557.

STUCCO, STUCCO
Repair, veneer
stone, storm dam-
age, building decay.
850-892-7041.
THE CLEANING
PROFESSIONALS.
WE DON'T CUT
CORNERS WE
CLEAN THEM! New
construction, model
homes, offices +
rentals. 499-4423.
WORK FROM
HOME! Learn to
earn 10K+/mo No
selling free training!
1-888-700-4919.
www.freedomfo-
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317
Health & Fitness
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LEARN HOW to
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ATTENTION:
All in home child
care providers
are required to
be registered or
licensed by the
State of Florida,
if they care
for children from
more than, one family,
other than their own.
It is highly
recommended that
parents/custodians,
who are seeking
childcare, contact the
Department of
Children and
Families,
Gwen Clark, at
850-598-8169,
to assure that a
provider is legally
operating.
For Information
regarding
Okaloosa or Walton
County providers
contact
Deborah Martin at
833-3839.


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JADE CLEANING
SERVICES
Free Estimates. Li-
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Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
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Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
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Call 689-1007 after
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ATTENTION
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It is illegal for
companies doing
business by phone to
promise you a loan
and ask you to pay,
or furnish your credit
card before they
deliver the loan itself.
Fb Ftrirrnfftiratiah"-
about avoiding
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Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
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mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
CONSTRUCTION
CLEAN UP and
hauling, old junk
cars, appliances,
misc. Richard & Ca-
milla Hauling. 850-
305-3082

CONCRETE
PUMP-
ING OUT WITH
THE OLD,
IN WITH THE
NEW.
Sidewalks, drive-
way, patios. Richard
& Camilla Concrete
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3082.


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337
Concrete

LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


AT-A-BOY PRIMO
Wash & Fence Co.
Pressure washing,
fence Installers / re-
pairs, residential /
commercial. Li-
censed & insured.
Call Bob 689-0101
CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Power Washing-
Residential & Com-
mercial, Remodel-
ing, Painting, Etc.
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011
CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps
HANDY D'S 25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066
JESSE'S
PLUMBING,
Repair Service.
Call 758-1310
MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.










WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. 537-
9955/259-6170


Plumbing
and Repair
Service
Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Robert
Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured


342
Landclearing

FOR HIRE Bushog-
ging, leveling, back-
hoe, post hole drill-
ing, front end loader,
Will haul. Garden till-
ing 682-1045, day-
time 682-2880 after
5:30, Cell 978-0363
LAND CLEARING,
BULLDOZING,
Backhoe, & Bush
hog. Call (850)758-
0002 after 7pm call
(850)537-6061
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142


HRH
ENTERPRISES
Lan Clearing, Bull
Dozing, Bush Hog-
ging, Backhoe,
Trenching. 8282
Strokes Rd, Laurel
Hill, Florida 32567
(850)652-4705
JUSTIN'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Licensed, Specializ-
ing in: Commercial &
residential property.
Mowing, trimming,

more... No con-
tracts. Call for more
information .
(850)685-3808 or
(850)305-0137
T & F tree service.
Lie. and Insured.
Small and big jobs.
423-0416
(850)305-0137


Local ccess nterne

Nationwde Hig SpeedDial-U


342
Landclearing



SOo

Farm
Direct
Centipede*Bermuda
St. Augustine
Zoysia
Delivery & Installation
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod
Farms


















WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available
ces Available


452
Apartments

1BR APARTMENT
furnished including
utilities No pets
$600/mo. Damage
deposit. Call 682-
3166
BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
SHARP MICRO-
WAVE, full-size,
1200 watts, turn ta-
ble, hardly used.
$150. 36" slide in
electric G.E. range
$60. Call 682-3166
CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $45 daily
$250 weekly
Furnished efficiency
$250 weekly 682-
4466


FORTUNE'S EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
LIC NSRED & STUMP GRINDING
S'.:* BUSH HOGGING
1----| I, ING.


^!Ntt:..,.THER
Vslt*;StiRVICES
CALL FOR A
FREE ESTIMATE
(850)621-5751


452
Apartments

BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
SUB-LEASE 1BR
apartment, 982 W.
Brevard St, Talla-
hassee, Fl, Plaza
Aptmts. $525/mo,
unfurnished, water,
garbage, wireless in-
ternet, cable, pool,
tennis court included
(850)305-1666

456
Homes

2BR/2BA BEAUTI-
,FUL Town home-lo-
,cated ati7$3s Valley
*Rd in Crestview. Ap-
prox 1200. sq-ft, fire-
place, vaulted ceil-
ings. $700 monthly
rent. credit and ref-
erence check re-
quired. Shown by
appointment only.
682-8311 leave
message
Commercial & Res-
idential Property:
682-2735
DOWNTOWN
CRESTVIEW,
3br/1 ba, CH/A,
screen porch front &
back, older home w/
formal dining room,
10 months lease on-
ly $650+ S/D @ 232
S. Spring. Call 682-
8483
FOR RENT


2BR/1 BA
3BR/1BA
4BR/2.5BA
4BR/3BA
4BR/3BA
6br/3.5ba


$450
$450
$1,000
$1,050
$1,500
$1,800


ERA American
Realty Company of
Northwest Florida,
Inc. 682-4822 or
651-5717
Equal Housing Opp.

460
Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOMES
2 & 3-Bedroom units
in quiet park. Con-
venient to shopping
and schools. No
pets. 585-8192

464
Roommates
Wanted

ROOMMATE
TO
SHARE
2BR/2BA M/H,
a/c, .w/d, cable &
phone. $350per/mo
Please call 683-
0108


SAl. JULY lbT l* U A,M.
LOCATION: 4232 EDGE PERRY RD. CRESTVIEW, FL
FROM CRESIVIEW TAKE HWY 90 EAST TO COUNTY RD 393 (DORCAS RD) TAKE A
LEFT ONTO POVERTY CREEK RD., TURN RIGHT ON PAINTER BRANCH, TURN RIGHT
ONTO JOHN NIX RD AND A LEFT ONTO EDGE PERRY TO AUCTION SITE, OR; GOING
NORTH OF CRESTVIEW ON HWY. 85 TAKE A RIGHT ONTO AIRPORT RDICR-188, TURN
RIGHT ONTO POVERTY CREEK., TURN LEFT ON PAINTER BRANCH, TURN LEFT ONTO
JOHN NIX RD, LEFT ONTO EDGE PERRY RD. LOOK FOR SIGNS.
WHERE YOU SET THE PRICEAND NATURE SETS THE STAGE! NICE
COUNTRY SETIING ON WONDERFUL LEVEL PROPERTY WITH
PLENTY OF ROOM TO ROAM.
* A 2093 SQ. FT. CONTEMPORARY SPANISH RANCH STYLE
HOME STUCCO WITH A GREAT FLORIDA ROOM, 4 BED ROOMS,
LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, DEN WITH FIREPLACE, 2 AND 1/2
BATH, 2 CAR OVERSIZE GARAGE (PANELED, HEAT AND COOLED
AND READY FOR ANY SPECIAL CONVERSION), KITCHEN WITH
NEW CORIAN COUNTER TOPS. MANY NEW FIXTURES
* A 2400 SQ. FT. METAL BARN WITH A HAY LOFT SECOND
STORY, MANY, MANY POSSIBILITIES HERE!
* ALL ON 3.58 ACRES WITH LANDSCAPING LAWN, CONCRETE
DRIVE, SPRINKLERS, PASTORAL SETTING IN BACK AND PAVED
RD. FRONTAGE.
* WITH PUBLIC UTILITIES, SEPTIC TANK AND 2 DEEP WELLS.
ZONED RRS-2
* PROPERTY BEING SOLD SUBJECT TO OWNER CONFIRMATION,
* A 10% BINDER WILL BE REQUIRED, BALANCE DUE AT CLOSING WITHIN 30 DAYS
* A 5 BUYERS PREMIUM WILL BE CHARGED AND ADDED TO THE TOTAL PRICE
* BROKER PARTIOPATION WELCOMED... CALL FOR INFO
OPEN HOUSE SAT, JULY 2ND,10A.M. TO NOON..OR CALL FOR APPOINT.
SUN, IULY 10,1 P.M.TO 3 P.M... OR CALL FOR APPOINT.
FRI, JULY 15T, 4 P.M, TO6 P.M... OR CALL FOR APPOINT.
www.jacksonaudion.com
CLYDE JACKSON-AUCTIONEER (AU164AB69) (850) 8624988
PANHANDLE REALTY AND AUCTION, INC: BROKER


ARNETT


SEPTIC

PUMP OUTS REPAIRS



682-8882


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

13 acres at 201
Mae's Lane in
DeFuniak Springs.
Cl e a r e d,
Easements, Interior,
Level, Wooded.
$195,000.
20 acres on Coyote
Rd. Mossey Head
mobile homes
allowed $199,500
Residential Land,
Crestview, 40 acres
just off Hwy. 90 East
with two fish ponds.
$1,350,000.
Commercial Land in
Holt, FL across
from the Holt Drag
Strip fronting 1-10.
$850,000.
2701 Lake Silver
Road, 3BR/2BA,
Crestview, 1 Acre
lot. $235,000
211 Marquette St,
Niceville. 3BR / 2.5
BA, 1932SF.
$249,000.
1157 Mapoles St.,
Crest view.
3 BR/1 BA.
$150,000.
Adams Lane, Holt.
Developers Dream.
High and dry with
nice trees.
$2,000,000.
Steel Mill Creek
Rd., Laurel Hill. Two
parcels, over 1/2
mile of pave road
f r o n tage
$1,600,000.
OB Gatlin Road,
Crestview. 10 acres
on corner of OB
Gatlin and Dorcas
Roads. $175,000.
Gershwin Dr.,
DeFuniak Springs.
$149,900




onthl KalutlY







(850)225-1537
Your Crestview
Connection









464
Copmirmati


ROOMMATE
WANTED, $300
monthly, all utilities
included. Call
(850)225-1910










554
Commercial

1,550 SQ ft office
building, corner of
Pearl & Aplin Rd.
For rent $1,750/mo.
Call 682-0791
PROFESSIONAL
OFFICE space
available up to 2,000
sq ft on South Fer-
don Blvd. Call 682-
0791
STEEL BUILDINGS

RIGID FRAME
STEEL BUILDING.
Clearance!
40x60x14, $12,450.
50x100x16,
$ 2 5 1 0 0 ,
60x1 00x16,
$32,125. 1-866-479-
3294
STEEL BUILDINGS
SALE! Liquidation
sale. 32x24, $3,790;
30x40; $4,840;
40x50; $7,390; 1-
800-224-8172.

TIMESHARE RE-
SALES. Save %60 -
%80 off Retail. Best
resorts & seasons.
Call free catalog. 1-
800-780-3158.
www.holidaygroup.c
om/ifpa
3/2/1 IN Crestview,
all brick 1243 sq-ft
on .59 acres. Built in
1999, fenced back-
yard 12x16 shed.
Call (850)376-6469


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SEPTIC TANK COMPANY


SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION

FIELD LINES REPLACED

MOUND SYSTEMS

PERK TEST AVAILABLE



DIRT HAULING



LOTS CLEARED


PACKAGE DEAL AVAILABLE


LICENSED & BONDED



CRESTVIEW DEFUNIAK SPRINGS

682-4440 892-7776


556
Homes

FLORIDA
COUNTRY Estate
Sea Horse Ranch &
Golf Course
20 Acres, includes
Executive 9 Hole
Par 3 Golf Course
2150 SQ FT House
4 Bedrooms, 2 bath
*Brick Fireplace
*Large 24x48 Pool
*House trailer
*Barn, pastures
*20x20 Workshop
*Mowers, Equip.

537-4757 for
appt, evenings

3BF/2BA, EAT-IN
Kitchen, built in
bookcases, large
workshop storage
building. Great price!
$175,000. Call to-
day! #26646 ERA
AMERICAN REAL-
TY OF NORTH-
WEST FLORIDA,
INC. 682-4822.
435 FT water front
oRme in 'CestView,
3br/lba 1200sq ft,
remodeled through
cut 16x32ft 2 story
bam, This all sits on
1.7 acres on a 40
acre lake, no motor
boats. Own a piece
of paradise for
$249,000. Will not
last long FSBO 585-
5489
ALL BRICK 3br/2ba
2 detached garage,
close to everything.
Tile and w/carpet
throughout.
$149,900 #26570
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.


556
Homes

4BR/2BA 1624SF
home w/above
ground pool, 12x16
workshop. Fenced
yard. New roof, sid-
ing, some ceilings.
$189,900. #26632
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
4BR/3BA, 2521SF
home only 2 years
old. Cul-de-sac loca-
tion South of 1-10.
#26633 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NOR T.HWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
BEAUTIFUL BRICK
home on Lake Vir-
ginia! 3br/2ba
w/2398sf on 1.5
acres. All kitchen
appliances included.
$295,000 #25981
BRA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
REDUCED!
CHARMING 3br/3ba
2004sf home on
pond. Large master
bedroom, Wood and
tile flooring.
$235,000 #26421
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
HUNTERS DREAM
home! Florida room,
rural front porch with
adjoining deck. Must
see to appreciate.
20 min. from Crest-
view on 1.25+ acres.
$72,000. (334) 572-
4651.


*Major &Minor
Repair
Engine .
Overhaul Foreign
& Domestic
*A/C Services / t
Wrecker
Service
Available
16 Years of Service
DANIEL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE

H 850-537-3828 i
523 HWY 90 WEST, HOLT, FE-


Lonesome horse looking for new corral
Age has crept up on my originator and progress on my future
depends on a capable craftsman to carry on the vision. I am
constructed of the best quality basswood and laminate glue
and am astride a sturdy portable work stand. My tack room
has ample basswood planks for my completion, as well as a
woodcarving chisels
and a mallet. This is a
rare opportunity to
acquire an heirloom
project for a fraction
of its value.
For details call old
"picky picky" at
689-1174.


556
Homes

LARGE 4575SF
home in Foxwood
CC Estates.
4br.2.5ba/2.5cg on
13th green for only
$449,000. #26221
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

3BR/2BA
ALL BRICK
HOME
located at 386
Riverchase Blvd in
Crestview. Zoned for
Antioch Elementary
School. Approx
1600 sq-ft. Fenced
back yard tile floor-
ing, fireplace, vault-
ed ceilings. Shown
by appointment only.
682-8311 leave
message.

560
Land
50 ACRES, Black-
water area. Perfect
for hunting. Log cab-
in and large work-
shop, too! #26549
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
80 ACRES planted
Pine Hub Presley
Rd; North Walton
$12/k an acres., Bay
front lot Joy Lane,
South Walton $750.
Call 834-2550
9+ ARCES in Laurel
Hill zone commer-
cial, 1300 feet on
Hwy 85. $400,000.
Call 682-0791
BEAUTIFULLY
WOODED 17.46
acres of property!
Great for develop-
ment! Small crystal
clear pond on prop-
erty. $880,000.
#26385 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

562
Mobile Homes

MOBILE
HOME
1996 16X80,
3BR/2BA, Lg. MBR,
Garden tub w/walk-
in closet, shower in
MBR. Fully Equip-
ped. New carpet &
tile. $27,000. Must
move. 682-8843 af-
ter 6PM.
QUICK SALE. 1988
14x76. 3br/2ba exc.
condition. Central
heat & air to be
moved. $5,000. 585-
5012 or 682-4990.


MORE iAlan's,
POW E R Transmission

L ES 615 N. Lloyd Street
S. PRiE Crestview, Florida 32536

Ss11 time to replaceyour I We specialize in...
engine or transmission? I A -nm -;
Au11tomaktic l~


Standard
4x4 Transfercase
I Foreign & Domestic I


68249883

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712
Lost & Found
PETS
LOST OR FOUND
A DOG OR CAT?
Check with Animal
Control!
737 N. Ferdon Blvd.
682-2222


704
Livestock
6 YEAR old Tennes-
see Walker/Quater
Horse Gelding 689-
0796.
706
Livestock Supplies
PERENNIAL PEA-
NUT hay for horses
and goats $5.00 per
bale (850) 834-3881

708
Pets
BIRD FAIR & Sup-
ply sale vendors
with great deals on
birds, cages, etc.
7/16 (9-5), 7/17 (11-
4) Emerald Coast
Conf. Ctn, 1250 Hwy
98, FWB (901)878-
1 3 0 7
birdshows.com
NOAH PET
ADOPTION
CENTER
551 South Main St.
Crestview.
Adopt an orphan.
Thurs, 4PM-7PM
Sat. 10AM-4PM

NOTICE
DOGS &
CATS
OFFERED
FOR SALE
within the state of
FL or being trans-
ported into the
state for sale must
be accompanied
by an official certif-
icate of veterinary
inspection certify-
ing compliance
with Section
585.95 of Florida
Statutes.
Also, no person
shall transport into
the state for sale
or offer for sale
within the state
any dog or cat that
is less than 8
weeks of age.

OOPS CHIHUAHUA
POO'S
Parents AKC three
adorable fuzzy sis-
ters, 9/wks old $200.
Call 537-8527

RABBITS AND
Bunnies need good
homes. reduced Fee
$5 each. Call 683-
0414.
REGISTERED
SHELTIE puppies,
born 7/4/05 $400.
Call 689-1862


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
& Clocks. furniture,
glassware, clocks 7
clock repair. Mon. -
Fri, 9-5 / Sat. 9-2.
213 N. Main St. 689-
1007 or 305-2441
806
Appliances
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!

814
Furniture

BEDROOM SET-
Louis Phillipe 7
piece NEW Solid
Wood in box. Retail
$3,000, SELL $1095
Can deliver 850-
642-0153
MATTRESS
DISTRIBUTOR
Overstock
Closeout
Full $95
Queen Pillow Top
from $159
King Pillow Top
from $230
Memory Foam
$595
New/warranty.
Can deliver.
850-642-0153

818
Lawn Equipment
51 FORD Ferguson
tractor $3,800 OBO,
96 Mahindra 48hp
diesel $4,700 OBO
Call 682-8921
820
Lumber & Hardware

NEW PORTA cable
compressor 200-psi
$150. Call 682-4489


820
Lumber & Hardware

HITACHI ROOFING
nailer gun only used
twice $250. Call
682-4489
826
Sporting Goods
THERAPEUTIC
SPA, 5 Jets $1,295,
pool table $1,795,
Call 689-3763 or
313-0525
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR

DONALDSON
SATELLITE
535 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Factory authorized
T.V. & VCR Repair
for Zenith, RCA, GE,
Phillips, Magnavox
Sharp & Emerson.
We buy working and
non-working Direct
TV receivers. 682-
4831



lo t


4 FAMILY Yard sale
8am-? Sat. 7/16.
1517 Hester Church
Rd, Tum at Mickey,s
Pit Stop, follow signs
to yard sale on the
left.
ALL BOLD, ALL
CAPS, ALL
CENTERED.
YOU CHOOSE
YOUR STYLE
FOR ONLY A LIT-
TLE EXTRA WE
CAN MAKE
YOUR AD SING
THE SWEET
SONG OF MON-
EY. USE ONE OR
MORE OF OUR
ATTENTION
GRABBERS IN
YOUR NEXT AD
AND STAND OUT
FROM THE
REST.
850-682-6524

CONSOLIDATION
SALE Thurs. & Fri.
INSIDE. 488 E.
Bowers Ave. 3
Block, behind South-
side School.

HESTER CORNER-
STONE Ministries
Church, 1599 Hester
Church Rd, in Bak-
er, FI July 16, Start-
ing at 7am
SALE SATURDAY
Only All must go!
Inside & Outside.
957 B Street. 8am-
5pm.
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special fund
raiser. Replacement
order. Call Jackie
682-4305.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


V
305 Cigarettes
$13.99 per carton
or $1.60 per pack
Romy cigarettes
$12.99 per carton
or $1.50 per pack.
Billy's What Nots
6056 Hwy 85 N.
Crestview
682-0290
Hours
Monday through
Saturday
9AM until 5PM
Closed on Sunday

RECYCLE


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PURDONlU4VD.
,www.ailifrlda
fenceaiddeck

88 17FT. Aggressor
boat & trailer $900
OBO. 1984 GMC F-
15, LWB. Needs
Work $800 OBO.
689-1230.
A+ POOL heaters -
Factory Direct: So-
lar, Heat Pump or
Gas. Complete. Do-
it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone
quotes. Installation
aval. in most areas.
1-800-333-9276,
ext. 503. www. The
EnergySuperMarket.
com (Lic.
#CWC029795). IN-
SURED. DEALER
INQUIRES WEL-
COME.
BRAND NEW com-
puter, Bad credit?
No problem. You're
approved, guaran-
teed. No credit
check. Checking ac-
count required. 1-
800-486-8072. Blue
Hippo Funding. Call
now for free bonus.
DAY LILLY SEED-
LINGS for sale. 4.2
miles N. Of Winn-
Dixie in Crestview
on Hwy 85. White
fence, palm trees on
left side. 682-7158
FOR SALE Camper
top (white) & bed lin-
er. Fits 99 Thuros
Chev' GMC $400
for both. 682-2313
GO-FAST 22FT
Stryker 502 Mag-
num Bravo one out
drop $12,500 OBO
Call 682-8921
TIMESHARE RE-
SALES : Buy, sell,
rent. No commission
or broker fees. 800-
640-6886 /
www.b.uyatime-
share.com
WANTED OLD Gib-
son Les Paul Gui-
tars. Especially
1950's models
Fender, Gibson,
Martin etc. Top dol-
lar paid 1-866-433-
8277 Today


830 904
Miscellaneous Cars
For Sale
2003 CHEVY Impa-
ONE CARPET, la, 64,000 miles, 30
sage in color mpg. CD player, au-
12X11.6", has piece tomatic. Exc. condi-
cut out for closet. Al- tion $11,500. 850-
most new., no pad- 423-0979.


ding, paid $300 ask-
ing $100. 2 commo-
des, white. Good
shape $20 each.
Call 682-5456 leave
message.
SNAPPER RIDING
Mower 2004, 28
inch, Used 3 times.
In new cond.
$1,000. Also Kirby
G6 vacuum system
with carpet shampoo
& all attachments.
$400. 682-4566


















TRAMPOLINE
$100, Ferret cage
$50, girls bicycle
$25. Call 682-5277

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
WANTED HAND &
power tools. dump/
landscape trailer,
commercial mower.
Cash paid. Call
Dave 758-5222.


904
Cars
1972 DODGE
Charger, 318ci mo-
tor, auto tranny.
$2,000 OBO. Call
758-8198 or 683-
0496
1996 MERCURY
Cougar 4.6L, V8,
under 80,000 miles
$3,700 or best offer.
Call 689-4340.
1998 PLYMOUTH
Breeze 5-Speed
45,000 miles, stand-
ard transmission,
one owner, exc.
cond. $5,000 Call
682-3817 Leave
message
AAA RATED Dona-
tion. Donate your
car, boat, or real es-
tate. IRS Deductible.
Free pickup/tow.
Any model/cond.
Help underprivileged
children 1-800-935-
5593


2001 HYUNDAI So-
nata, $5,000 OBO.
Call 689-3142 any-
time!
89 CHEVY Truck
1500, great shape,
cold air, $4,500. 94'
Toyota $9,000. Call
682-8921

FOR SALE 1998
Camero Z28 53,000
miles. You must see
to appreciate. It has
a Corvette motor.
$8,500. 683-0354.
FOR SALE 80
Chrysler Lebaron 4-
door, runs great
$1,200 8 cylinder.
please call 682-
3166.
FERDON
MOTORS
85 South
682-0621
(across from wa-
terfront rescue
mission)
"SUMMER INVEN-
TORY SALE"
GAS SAVER!! 45-
50 miles per gallon
1988 Geo Metro, 5
speed, runs
well..... Was $900
Now only! $750
CASH Family
Car!! 25 to 30
miles per gallon
1994 4-door Topaz
auto, A/C, Cruise,
Alloy Wheels, HOT
sound system,
runs well, WAS
$2,900 Now only
$1,750 CASH,
LOOKS FAST!!
25 TO 30 miles
per gallon 1993
SMustang auto,
A/C, cruise, alloy
wheels, HOT
sound system,
runs well...... WAS
$2,900... Now only
$2,500 CASH.
MOM's TAXI!!!
Lots of room 1993
AEROSTAR VAN,
auto, A/C, seats
7/8. WAS
$3,900...Now only
$2,900 CASH
WE FINANCE
PARTING OUT
1974 Dodge Dart
Swinger, ask for
Jock @ 682-4642

906
Boats

1986 BOSTON
WHALER 13FT
"CLASSIC"
fiberglass hull, Ma-
hogany console,
open motor, trailer
included, needs
work $4000. 683-
1104

914
Recreational
1989 31-FT Holiday
rambler alumni lite
66,000 original
miles. New trans-
mission, new tires,
new refrigerator.
Many extras, IN ex-
cellent condition
$18,000 OBO 682-
7526


Kenneth
Cadenhead
Sales Professional
for Award Chevrolet,
would like to answer
EHEV PO r, any questions you
L Imay have about our
quality vehicles.
: AN AMMEICm R-UOU0ON
wA 8d X SZD llverado Headquaten lally Owntd Operated
E RT 54150 5. Ferdon Blvd., Crestvlew
HEVUiM I 682-2731


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1994 CHEV Subur-
ban, new engine,
four wheel drive, 3rd
Row seat $6,500.
682-3684.
89 JEEP Wrangler
4x4 for sale or trade
for truck 689-0769.
918
Trucks
1981 DODGE Ram
D-50, small pick-up,
79,000 miles. Good
Condition. Call 305-
4414 ask for David
2003 GMC Sierra
Extended cab. Load-
ed, like,new. 24,000
miles. $23,000. 682-
5926 or 682-3976



CHECK THIS OUT!
For only $1 extra,
you can have a
large check placed
on top of your ad.
Ask for the check!
850-682-6524

920
Vans
BARGAIN OF the
monthly Older Ford
Conversation Van in
good condition,
ready for camping or
fishing, flush toilet
and couch makes a
bed. New tires/car-
borator, paint job
good. See at ADA
Car Sales, 498 S.
Main St, Price is
rght!
88 17FT. Aggressor
boat & trailer $900
OBO. 1984 GMC F-
15, LWB. Needs
Work $800 OBO.
689-1230.
A+ POOL heaters -
Factory Direct: So-
lar, Heat Pump or
Gas. Complete. Do-
it-yourself pool heat-
er kits. Phone
quotes. Installation
aval. in most areas.
1-800-333-9276,
ext. 503. www. The
EnergySuperMarket.
com (Lic;
#CWC029795). IN-
SURED. DEALER
INQUIRES WEL-
COME.
BRAND NEW com-
puter, Bad credit?
No problem. You're
approved, guaran-
teed. No credit
check. Checking ac-
count required. 1-
800-486-8072. Blue
Hippo Funding. Call
now for free bonus.
DAY LILLY SEED-
LINGS for sale. 4.2
miles N. Of Winn-
Dixie in Crestview
on Hwy 85. White
fence, palm trees on
left side. 682-7158
FOR SALE Camper
top (white) & bed lin-
er. Fits 99 Thuros
Chevy GMC $400
for both. 682-2313
GO-FAST 22FT
Stryker 502 Mag-
num Bravo one out
drop $12,500 OBO
Call 682-8921
TIMESHARE RE-
SALES : Buy, sell,
rent. No commission
or broker fees. 800-
640-6886 /
www.buyatime-
share.com
OOPS CHIHUAHUA
POO'S
Parents AKC three
adorable fuzzy sis-
ters, 9/wks old $200.
Call 537-8527
RABBITS AND
Bunnies need good
homes, reduced Fee
$5 each. Call 683-
0414.


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