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Creation Date: July 5, 2006
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Police waiting for autopsy in airman's death


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Police Department
released a few more details from an
investigation into what investigators
on Friday called a "suspicious"
death.
According to Crestview Police
Investigator John Cook, Staff Sgt.
Jason Warren, 28, died from a single
gunshot wound to the head in his
home at 434 Hatchee Drive, near P.J.


Adams Parkway.
His wife, .Latasha, found Warren
in the house when she got home
from work.
"She had been trying to call him
for some time but he did not
answer," said Cook. "She found him
dead when she got home."
Cook would not say if they sus-
pected foul play or if the death was
self-inflicted or accidental.
"Until we get the autopsy back
and can better determine a few


things, this is still an open investiga-
tion," said Cook.
The autopsy was scheduled to be
completed sometime this week.
"The autopsy will give us a lot of
details including the estimated time
of death," said Cook. "But I can tell
you he had been dead for a number
of hours before his body was discov-
ered."
Warren and his wife were active
members of the US Air Force sta-
tioned at Eglin AFB.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview investigator John Cook walks between the yellow tape
in front of the house where Jason Warren's body was found.
I


The band marches on ...


Ken N.elsen.Tne News Bulletin
Jody Dunn talks on the telephone in his new office in the Crestview High School band room. Dunn is taking David Cadle's place as the new
band director for the 260-plus student band. Cadle retired in May after serving as the director for 28 years. Below, Dunn talks about the
pride he has in continuing the legacy of the Big Red Machine.

Dunn replaces Cadle, takes over Big Red Machine


* Jody Dunn is fulfilling his childhood
dream after the retirement of David
Cadle, who directed the Crestview
High School band for 28 years.

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
The stiff, new smell of paint stalked Jody
Dunn as he exited the Crestview High School
band room Wednesday afternoon.
He met his longtime friend and colleague
David Cadle in the school parking lot to
exchange a handshake and a set of office keys.
Cadle recently retired after 28 years as the
band's director. Dunn, his assistant for 10
years, is beginning his lifelong dream of
l4coming the school's band director.
"It's a pretty awesome deal," Dunn said
Wednesday, as he shuffled boxes, files and
other office supplies from his old office to his
new one.
Dan Akins, the former band director at
Davidson Middle School, is stepping in as
Dunn's assistant.


Like a rite of passage, Dunn is moving into
Cadle's old office. The walls glistened
Wednesday with wet paint. The fluorescent
lights' rays dove headlong into the cinder
block walls' crevasses empty of awards, pic-
tures and longtime sentiments for the first time
in 28 years.
The room, empty except for Dunn's desk
ensconced like a fortress in the middle of the
room, was under new management.
The band, however, won't change.
"I don't look to change anything," Dunn
said. "All of the things that you've seen the Big
Red Machine do for the past several years have
been collaborative efforts.
"Anything different would be unnecessary."
Dunn's aspirations to lead the Big Red
Machine first started when he was eight years
old.
He joined the Richbourg Middle School
band and began playing the trombone. He
wore his older sister Kim's CHS band hat and
dreamed of one day directing the band.
While at Richbourg, his director, Joe
Hooten, complimented him on his trombone
See DUNN, page 5A


Two die


in wreck


on SR 85

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News! Bulletin
Two Crestview residents died
Sunday morning after an explosive
head-on collision on State Road 85.
The collision occurred about 7
miles north of Niceville.
Lindsay Nicole Austin, 23, and
Wesley Basil
Jonathan, 18,
were pro-
nounced dead i
at the scene.
Their vehicles
collided at
about 3:30 a.m.
According to
--the- Florida
Highway Patrol ALSN
report, Austin
was traveling south in the north-
boundt' in side lane in her 2006
Saturn Ion. Jonathan was traveling
north in the same lane. The colli-
sion occurred just as the two vehi-
cles crested a small hill.
Despite the efforts of Eglin Air
Force Base firefighters, Jonathan's
1995 Honda Civic was completely
engulfed in flames. Rescuers were
unable to remove Jonathan from
the car prior to the fire.
According to trooper Kenneth
Davis, "During the violent chain of
events, both drivers succumbed to
their injuries and were pronounced
dead on scene."
According to the highway patrol
release, both drivers were wearing
their seat belts. No passengers
were in either vehicle, the report
said.
Factors that contributed to the
accident are unclear. Blood tests are
farmed out to another lab and
results can take 16 to 18 weeks,
according to officials at the district
one medical examiners office in
Pensacola.
According to Austin's
myspace.com Web site, she
enjoyed shopping, reading, play-
ing pool, hiking and swimming.
She hoped to go scuba diving soon.
In her bio, she said that her life
revolves around God. She also
paraphrased Psalm 18:2: "You are
my rock, my hope, my salvation."
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Wheel," from Carrie Underwood's
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 2006


Beamon blazes trails to preach the message


John Parrott
News Bulletin Military Reporter
More than 50 years
ago, Walter Beamon
of Crestview made
a promise to his parents that
he would make something of
himself, and those who know
and love him say that he has
more than fulfilled that
promise.
"Walter tried teaching for
a while, and then the next
thing I knew he announced
his call to the ministry," Ikie,
his wife of 42 years, said with
a smile, and however skepti-
cal she may have been at the
time, all of that is in the past.
Walt, as he is now loving-
ly called, is a retired USAF
chaplain. He holds the mili-
tary rank of colonel, and
until very recently was asso-
ciate pastor of First United
Methodist Church here in
Crestview.
He retired after serving
three distinguished years,
and is justifiably proud of his
military and civilian career,
but this is only a small part
of the story.
Beamon grew up during
some of the most turbulent
and divisive times in our
country's recent history, but
his youth was firmly planted
in the fundamentals of per-
sonal accountability through
hard work, perseverance
and, "a good dose of firm
discipline," said Beamon.
He is the only son and the
oldest of five children, from a
warm and loving Christian
home in rural Camden,
Mississippi. He credits his
parents and a former high
school principal, Dr. Avarah
Strickland, for keeping him
focused on education and
preparation, "which was
drilled into me at an early
age," stated Beamon.
His father, Clement, was
the headmaster/ elementary
school prindppaLof the small
black school in Camden. It
was "advice he gave me
about hard work ahd prepa-
ration that has led me
throughout my life," said
Beamon, who in an odd twist
of fate graduated college two
years after his father.
"My mother, Ernestine,
was a housewife and tended
to the family, while my dad
taught school and worked
toward a bachelors degree.
We lived on a small farm as
well, and it became mostly
my. responsibility because
during the summer Dad was
away working on his
degree."
Beamon received his
degree from Tougaloo
College, while his father
graduated from Rust College,
both of which are in
Mississippi.
It was from the family
farm that Beamon would
spring to become a high
school biology teacher, civil-
ian pastor, Senior Protestant
Chaplain, Command
Chaplain and associate pas-
tor.
It was this foundation that
has made him what he is


L


John Parrotl/The News Bulletin
Walter Beamon takes some time away from church to tee
off at Foxwood Country Club golf course,

today, an inspiring man of the way he collected a num-
God. It has not been an easy ber of "firsts," which
road to follow, but it's the includes being the first
one he chose to take. African-American to serve as
"My ministerial career Squadron Officer School
began after I graduated Chaplain, Maxwell Air.Force
Virginia Union University Base, in Montgomery, Ala.
School of Theolpgy, where I "I was also the first
received a Masters of African-American Wing
Divinity in 1969, and a year Chaplain at both Whitman
later Treceived a Mastecs of~,eAir lorce Bas&/Missoiriand
Theology," said Beamon. K,,eesler Air Force Base,
"My first fulltime congre- Mississippi," said Beamon.
gation was at Shaw Temple, In addition to his list of
African Methodist Episcopal firsts was assignment as
Zion Church (AMEZ) in Command Chaplain US
Atlanta, Ga.," said Beamon. Southern Command, in
He went on to serve as senior Miami, Fla. and his final
pastor and enjoyed five suc- posting at Hurlburt, where
cessful years of pastoral min- he was Air Force Special
istry. Operations Command
"We experienced phenom- Chaplain.
enal growth during those Beamon retired from
five years, and then in 1975 I1 active duty in February 2002,
applied for and received a and he and his wife decided
direct commission in the to make their permanent
United States Air Force home here in Crestview.
Chaplaincy program, with
the rank of captain." C etve'?m a:
"He was a military officer
and didn't even know hov VITS Too LATE WHEN THERE
to salute," Ikie, his wife
smiled. "One of his friends HAVE YOUR GENER
had to teach him how to
salute and do routine mili- Authorized Serv
tary things officers are
expected to do," she added. bYoWeim e
Beamon was a quick
study. His 27-year career Hours: 8am to 6pm Mon
began at Keesler Air Force 1134 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Florida
Base, Mississippi and ended
at Air Force Special
Operations Command Peel Ba
Headquarters, Hurlburt Air P B
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"We were raising two very
young and active pre-teen
grandsons and were looking
for a small, friendly and wel-
coming community," said
Beamon. "We didn't have to
look very hard to see
Crestview seemed to possess
those qualities."
It would be his association
with one of his building con-
tractors that would draw him
to First United Methodist
Church, a move few would
have envisioned years earlier.
"Before I retired, we start-
ed building our house here
in Crestview, and one of the
subcontractors, a fellow by
the name of Dan Bradford,
and I struck up a friendship,
and one day he asked where
we attended church. I told
him we usually attended on
base. As the conversation
progressed, he started talking
about his church First United
Methodist and invited us to
attend. Perhaps six weeks
passed before we decided to
visit for worship," said
Beamon.
"I must admit we had a
few apprehensions when we
walked in that first Sunday,"
said Beamon, who then
added, "We were the only
African-Americans present."
"However those appre-
hensions were shortlived,
because we were greeted by
young and old alike with a
feeling of genuine accep-
tance. But what really did it
for us was our two boys,
Monte and Devan, who
described their heartwarm-
ing experiences in children's
church. In fact they had
such a good time they both
said, 'We love this church.'"
"That did it for us,"
smiled Beamon, who added,
"we've been here since."
It took even less time for
Dr. Dick Wright, who at the
time was senior pastor, to
approach Beamon about
,-,accepting thepositionras;
associate pastor.
"I knew he was a winner
from the moment we met,
and my decision to ask him
to join our team as associate
pastor was the easiest in my
pastoral career," said Wright.
"I knew what a quality
person he was. He had all
the right credentials. He'd
been a career military office,
staff and command chap-
lain, plus he was a true man
of God. To me that was a
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"When I went before the
Administrative Board and
asked them to hire Walt, not
a single person voiced oppo-
sition because they already
knew what kind of man he
was. To us, he wasn't a
black man who was a
preacher, but rather a Godly
man who happened to be
black," said Wright.
Dr. Lee Thigpen, a local
physician and personal
friend, who was on the
Administrative Board, said,
"The decision to hire Walt
was the best thing to have
happened in the history of
our church, and through him
we have become more
diverse and open as we
ought as Christians."

Former Crestview mayor
and member of First United
Methodist Ted Mathis said,
"Walt is a mighty fine man,
and I can't think of anyone
who has helped our church
grow and mature more than
he has."
Those are but a few of the
many accolades directed
toward the Beamons, and


like a richly woven tapestry
they have become part of
Crestview's First United
Methodist Church fabric.
Somewhere in the future,
Beamon plans to write a
book, but in the meantime,
he and his wife stay busy
with church, social, and com-
munity involvement ,along
with his daily four-mile
walks.
"Ikie's schedule is even
fuller than mine," Beamon
admits with a smile. "There ,
aren't many hours of the day
our schedule is left blank."
Even in retirement,
Beamon stays active, and one
of great passions is golfing.
Actually, he is pretty good
at the game that he picked
up several years ago, and is a
familiar face on local golf
courses.
"Golf is a humbling
game," Beamon admitted
recently while preparing to
tee off. "Some days are bet-
ter than others, but that's
what life is all about. We
have to take the bad with the
good."


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News Bulletin / PAGE 3A


Auburn Water rescinds ban on outside watering


Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent

Auburn Water System has
rescinded the ban on outside
watering for residential
users. The restriction on con-
tractors using tank trucks
full of water from .metered
water hydrants will remain
in effect.
William Bailey, president
of Auburn Water System,
said "We have filled our
--M, 'rge 500,000 gallon tank at
Well No. 5 (just north of
Richbourg Street and east of
Farmer Street) on the north
side of Crestview. This helps
to keep the total system
pressure at a safe level for
fire protection. We can now
allow our residential cus-


tomers to water their grass
and flowers using the odd-
even method but only
between 12 midnight and 6
a.m., which is our off peak
time.
"Residents with address-
es ending with an odd num-
ber can water on dates end-
ing with an odd number and
the even number residences
on even numbered calendar
dates. Of course, if we had a
major fire anywhere on the
system that demanded a lot
of water, we would have to
decide if the outside water-
ing ban would have to be re-
instated.
"Customers with irriga-
tion systems are allowed to
water during the same hours
(midnight to 6 a.m.) and


with the same date restric-
tions. Rain monitoring
gauges are required for irri-
gation systems with timers.
Washing vehicles is still dis-
couraged except at car wash-
es. Our water is a precious
resource. Please Help us
conserve to keep out water
supply safe."
The pump at Well No. 5 is
still out of service. Layne
Central of Pensacola has
done work in the well and
broken loose a large quanti-
ty of limestone, but there is
still sand intrusion to the
well.
Wilks W. Turney, the
assistant district manager
for the Layne Christensen
Company, wrote Auburn
Water System on Thurs.,


June 29 stating, "The sand
intrusion has been reduced
to the point where a sand
separator may be the next
step in the rehab of this well.
A Lakos Centrifugal-Action
Sand Separator designed for
450-850 GPM with an auto-
matic purge valve installed
at Well No. 5 is estimated to
cost about $26,750.00."
The limestone pieces of
rock that were removed
from the well came from
depths of anywhere between
500 and 700 feet when
Layne-Central was airlifting
and boar blasting. Bore
blasting is when a device is
put down in the well that
uses nitrogen at high pres-
sure, about 3,000 PSI, to
knock off the pieces of lime-


stone that were going into
the casing of the well. Well#5
is about four years old, and
some of the limestone in the
section of the well below the
casing had started to break
off, resulting in sandy pow-
der showing up in the water
samples that are taken on a
regular basis.
Bailey said, "Our consult-
ing engineers are studying
the sand separator proposal
and we should be making a
decision in a few days about
whether or not we will pur-
chase it and have it
installed."

Cat Zethmayr is a broadcaster
for Crestview Stations WAAZ-FM
and WJSB-AM and may be contact-
ed at ckz38@coz.net.


Cal Zethmayr/The News Bulletin
This is the largest of the
hundreds of pieces of lime-
stone that were removed
from the lower areas of
Auburn Water System well
no. 5. The heavy rock
appears to have the fossils
of some old tree branches.


City Council: Elder Services to remain on Wilson Street


Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent

The Crestview City Council
has decided that Elder
Services can keep using the
building at the corner of
Wilson Street and Martin
Luther King, Jr. Ave., and that
Bridgeway Senior Healthcare
can also use part of that build-
ing if it wants to. Ruth
Lovejoy, executive director of
Elder Services of Okaloosa
County, appeared before the
council Monday night and
told them, "Just because some
programs were transferred,
the mission of our agency did
not disappear. We have sever-
al programs that we run. We
do the emergency energy
assistance program and the
community action program.
There are many organizations
that meet in the building, like
the American Red Cross, the
AARP, The North Okaloosa
Amateur Radio group, the
deaf and hard of hearing ser-
vices, and over the years
we've always made that
building available.
"We operate the Okaloosa
Coordinead" Transportation


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program, and our plan at this
time is to move the OCT into
the main building because
their function in Crestview is
going to expand. I just want
you to know that we have
always been faithful to our
mission. We have never been
charged with failing to serve
our seniors. If anything we
have been criticized for doing
too much."
Addressing the issue of the
midday meals that have been
provided at the Wilson Street
building and will now be
served by Bridgeway, Mrs.
Lovejoy offered a solution. "I
think our building is more
centrally located and I think
it's more convenient for the
seniors, and would offer that
they share the building with
us, that they make use of the
dining room and the kitchen."
Additional comments were
made by council members and
representatives of Elder
Services and Bridgeway.
When Dotty Peebles, on behalf
of Bridgeway, asked that the
Wilson Street property be
awarded to them, Councilman
Chip Wells offered the motio~,
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tract should have that build-
ing as long as they have the
contract. I understand what
Mrs. Lovejoy has said, that we
could use the site too, but
unfortunately it's just not
going to be conducive to do
.....that."
S.Council President Ellis
hve aConner asked Mrs. Peterson,
"Did Bridgeway bid on this
contract with the expectations
of acquiring that building?"
Mrs. Peterson replied, "Yes."
Conner continued asking, "So
at the time you made the bid
you were feeling good that
m you were going to get the
building, based on what?"
Mrs. Peterson responded,
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin "Well we had conversations
Elder Services of Crestview will remain on Wilson Street. with Mr. Hayes (Councilman
Sam Hayes). As you know he
prepare a lease for Elder cil would decide at a future sits on the Triple A board (the
Services, with Bridgeway meeting whether or not to agency that approves the con-
being allowed to use that approve that lease, tracts) and he felt that this
space for the meals contracts Julia Peterson, a clinical would be an easy transition."
which they were awarded. director at Bridgeway, told the Councilman Wells asked
What I am saying is that Elder council members, "We were Mrs. Peterson, "Basically
Services continues with the awarded the contract for the when you put in your applica-
agreement that they have and Older Americans Act. Part of tion you were operating off
allowing Bridgeway to use that is the meals services, in the assumption that the City of
this space so it would be rela- addition to other social ser- Crestview would turn that
tively transparent to the vices they will provide. We lease over for that building to
seniors in this area." The c6un-' feel thatf t5ie lhaihl' .Ai you??I Again Mlrs. Peterson
--said, "Right, it would follow
the seniors as it was done in
the other places."
Councilman Sam Hayes
said '"My job is to protect the
..4 seniors. All this moving is
going to affect them. Some of
those people is not able to
walk or transfer down
Highway 90 or anywhere else.
Now we're playing politics
with those poor peoples out
there that can't help their
selves, the peoples out here
depending on this program.
This politics got to go.
"I sit on the board, I repre-
sent Okaloosa County, and
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contract to give the service
with the understanding and
the feeling that this building
,was going to be available to
Bridgeway to give those social
services over there."
Councilwoman Brenda
Bush said, "I do agree with Mr.
Hayes in that we don't want td
neglect our seniors in any way,
and Elder Services as long as
I've been here they've done a
good job. It bothers me that
when Bridgeway made the
contract that they were assum-
ing that this building would
be available. Well that was just
like saying we'll oust Elder
Services and take it over.
That's the way it seems to me,
and that's just not right."
Councilwoman Linda
Parker offered, "First of all I'm
real uncomfortable that we
have been put in the position
that we have been put in. This
has been a donation that has
worked for the benefit of our
seniors for many years. I real-
ize that the different agencies
may have reasons that they
may not be able to get along. I
have a legal and I guess a
moral concern with what's
happening. I have a concern-
that an agency would apply
for a grant for state funds or
any funding without having
facilities in place to handle the
application that they are
requesting. I cannot on good
conscience turn Elder Services
out of a building when they
have been working with us for
a number of years."
The council voted 4-1 to
approve sending the request
to City Attorney Ben Holley to
draw up a new lease with
Elder Services and to offer the
sublease for the midday meals
program area to Bridgeway.
Council member Sam Hayes
voted no.


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wheel/take it from my
hands/cause I can't do this
all on my own/I'm letting
go/so give me one more
chance/to save me from this
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wheel."
A memorial service for
Austin will be held
Wednesday at Harvest Life
Church. Friends may greet
the family from 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. and the service begins
at 7 p.m.
No funeral information
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WEDNESDAYJULY 5 2006


EDITORIAL


News Bulletin./ PAGE 4A


VIEWPOINT & Commentary


SOur flag
One of my very favorite
things about summer, both at
home and in Washington, is
th6 prevalence of the American
flag. It seems that Americans '
fly their flags with pride
during the summer more than
any other season. Indeed, the
Jeff Miller colors of the summer seem to
be red, white, and blue.
There are many traditionsassociated with
our flag. One of my favorites was found in a
military journal titled CAN DO from the Navy
Seabee Veterans of America, Inc. Have you
ever noticed how the honor guard pays
meticulous attention to correctly folding the
American flag 13 times? Like me, you
probably thought it was to symbolize the
original 13 colonies, but it turns out that the '-
reason behind this act is much more symbolic ..
and meaningful.
The first fold of our flag is a symbol of life.
The second fold is a symbol of our belief in
eternal life. The third fold is made in honor
and remembrance of the veterans departing
our ranks who gave a portion of their lives for
the defense of our country to attain peace
throughout the world. The fourth fold
represents our weaker nature, for as American
citizens trusting in God, it is to Him we turn in
times of peace, as well as in times of war for
His divine guidance. The fifth fold is a tribute
to our country, for in the words of Stephen
Decatur, "Our Country, in dealing with other
countries, may she always be right; but it is
still our country, right or wrong." The sixth
fold is for where our hearts lie. It is with our
heart that We pledge allegiance to the flag of the
United States of America, and to the republic
for which it stands, one Nation under God,
Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all...
The seventh fold is a tribute to our Armed
Forces, for it is through the Armed 'Forces that:
we protect our country and our flag against all
her enemies, whether they be found within or
without the boundaries of our republic. The
eighth fold is a tribute to the one who entered'
into the valley of the shadow of death, that we
might see the light of day. The ninth fold is a
tribute to womanhood, and Mothers. For it has
been through their faith, their love, loyalty and
devotion that the character of the men and
women who have made this country great has
been molded. The tenth fold is a tribute to the
father, for he, too, has given his sons and
daughters for defense of-our-country since -..
they were first born. The eleventh fold
represents the lower portion of the seal-of King .
David and King Solomon and glorifies in the
Hebrews eyes, the God of Abraham, Isaac and.
Jacob. The twelfth fold represents an emblem
of eternity and glorifies, in the Christians eyes,
God the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. The .
thirteenth fold, or when the flag is completely
folded, the stars are uppermost reminding us_
of our nation's motto, In God We Trust..
After the flag is completely folded and
tucked in, it takes on the appearance of a '
cocked hat, ever reminding us of the soldiers
'who served under General George
Washington, and the Sailors and Marines who
.served under Captain John Paul Jones, who
were followed by their comrades and
shipmates in the Armed Forces of the United
States, preserving for us the rights, privileges
and freedoms we enjoy today.
For Americans, the flag is a prideful
representation of the blessings that have been
bestowed on our country. It reminds us that
freedom isn't and hasn't ever been free and
that it is our obligation to share our blessings
and promote freedom to all comers of the
world. The vast majority of Americans, 80
percent, and all 50 of our state legislatures
believe the flag should be protected.
Almost 20 years ago the Supreme Court .
essentially ruled in favor of allowing flag
burning here at home. In a 1989 decision, that
overturned 200 years of precedent, the court.
struck down all laws that prohibit flag
desecration. Given the misguided Supreme
Court ruling, the only way we can protect this
great American symbol is through amending
the Constitution.
Opponents of the measure claim flag
burning should be protected as an exercise of ,
free speech. To these individuals I would argue
that burning the flag is not a form of
constructive speech but an act of physical
assault The American Bald Eagle is another
great symbol of American pride and freedom,
yet shooting one of these magnificent birds is
illegal, even in the name of free speech.
America is the freest country in the world, and
its citizens have the right to express dissent in
myriad ways. Exercising one's right to free
speech by destroying one of the very icons of
that right need not be one of them.
For more than 200 years, the American flag
has been the symbol of our nation's strength
and unity. It's been a source of pride and
inspiration for millions of citizens. Today it is a
reminder of times of crisis when American's.


have persevered though wars and attacks on
our soil. It is a sign of the strength and resolve
of the American people who have lost loved
ones for the ideals symbolized in those 50 stars
and 13 stripes. The American flag recognized
throughout the globe as a symbol of hope,
justice, freedom, and democracy.
United States Representative Jeff Miller was
sworn In as the Congressman of the First
District Congressional District of Florida In
October of 2001.


Whether you agree or not, I want to know


I have been composing this column for
several weeks and have had a great deal of fun
doing so, partly because I enjoy writing and
partly because of the feedback that I have
received from you, the readers. Not everybody
has agreed with me, and that is okay. After all, I
expressly state that this is "my opinion," and I
do not expect all of society to
think as I do.
In this regard, if you see me
on the street or out dining with
my bride, stop me and tell me
what it is with which you agreed
or disagreed. Furthermore, if you
have something bothering you
that needs to be brought out to
the public, mention it to me. I do
not promise that I will write
about every subject, for there are some about
which I know absolutely nothing. For instance, in
some future column I may address our potable
water situation, for I have an opinion about the
subject. But, before I "stick my nose into
somebody else's business," I want to do some
more research on the subject.
That having been said, I come to the real
motive for this specific column.
About the time some of you are reading this
edition, I will be at the Crestview Surgery Center
having a joint replacement in one of my hands. I
am told that this is "no big deal,"-that's easy for
the doctor to say since he's the one doing the
cutting!-but that I will not be using my hand for


the better part of two weeks. But, have no fear,
for thanks to the electronic age I have already
submitted a couple of MY OPINION columns
and they are in the "hopper," ready for print.
Some 12 years ago, before we relocated to
Okaloosa County, I had carpal tunnel surgery on
a Friday and the very next day we arose and
headed south for a week's visit
to the area. I drove our truck the
My entire distance, even though I
had a bandaged hand. I recently
Opinion suggested to my spouse that I
will be able to do the same thing
Bob this time, that I'll be able to
Bob drive, and that I'll even be able
Allen to take a youngster and his
mother in a Shrine van to
Tampa. This idea was quickly
shot down, and thus I plan to spend my time
reading. Perhaps I'll formulate an opinion on
several subjects, subjects that may be of interest
to you.
In the meantime, if we meet on the street, in
a restaurant, or at church, do not be offended
if I do not extend a "right hand of fellowship."
Instead, know that I am striving to get the
incision healed so that I need not type one-
handed, something that I have yet to master.
And, as General Douglas MacArthur said
many years ago, "I shall return."

Bob Allen is a resident of the Crestview'area and a
retired member of the United States Air Force.


In his recent book Profiles In Audacity
(Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., 2006), Alan Axelrod
has a chapter about George Washington called
The Decision to Win. He talks about the patriot
Benjamin Rush visiting Washington the night
before crossing the Delaware River. Axelrod
states, "The commander had wisely decided to
protect the security of the
operation by allowing no one to
pass in or out of his army's
encampment. When Rush saw
him, he was busy writing a
secret password on slips of
paper to be distributed to all of
his officers. As Rush spoke with
the general, one of the slips "by
accident fell upon the floor near
my feet.- Iwas struck with the ..... ........
inscription upon it. It was "Victory or Death."
This feeling by Washington is reflected
throughout our history by the men and women
who fought and died to keep our country free.
I have enclosed some accounts about World
War II which may be of interest to you. The first
is from Dr. Elizabeth Camm who, as a young girl
in Alabama, remembers World War II.
"The son of one of the pharmacists who ran a
popular drugstore left pharmacy school to
become a captain in the paratroopers. When he
came home on furlough, he used to ride my
horses. He was in an L4 observation plane (a
piper cub) over France, was shot down and
beheaded.
Have never forgotten, a handsome young man
with a great future...........Another was a B17 pilot,
plane shot up over Germanayand crew too
injured to bail out. His copilot was dead, he was
bleeding badly from head wounds, could hardly
see for the blood, and had the use of left arm
only, managed to get his plane back to England.
Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor."
In the book Hardball on the Hill, James C.
Roberts, writes about of the legacy of James
Trimble, a high school graduate who had turned
down an offer to play professional baseball for
the Washington Senators, joined the Marines, and
ended up in Iwo Jima. He went ashore with the
Third Marines after the initial landing. His
friend, Private Mates, who was with him in a
foxhole, described Jimmy's private battle. "Then
all hell broke loose. One grenade landed
between my thighs and exploded and the other
along Jim....Jim's back, upper arms, and the back
of his head were a mass of wounds, but he was
alive. I pulled myself out of the hole and turned
to Jim and he reached out his arm and hand to
have some help to get out. At the same


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time a Jap jumped into the hole with a mine
strapped to his stomach and proceeded to wrap
himself around Jim. The Jap blew himself into a
thousand pieces and blew a hole into Jim's back
bigger than a basketball." It took a bayonet, two
grenades, and a Jap suicide attack to kill James
Trimble III."
Here's an excerpt from the
diary of a soldier who was a
About radar operator and part of the
P O Destroyer's (i.e. "Tin Can") fire
Congress control system. The spelling
and grammar are as they are in
the original.
"Diary November 20, 1943.
Lou Frey This morning (20th) the troops
landed on Tarawa. We heard
they'rehaving a pretty.tpygh,
time. This evening'just towards evening 15 twin-
motored torpedo bombers over the horizon on
the other side of the formation. Those yellow
bastards have more guts than anybody I ever
saw. One almost crashed the A-A cruiser.....went
for the carriers instead. They set himn afire just
as he went past their bow. They burn like a torch
when you set hem off but are sure hard to shoot
down. They take a lot of lead."
Finally, there's a poem from Melvin Rupert
sent to his folks one month before he died in
Okinawa. All the typos are in the originals.
"Conversation" "Look, God, I have never
spoken to you. But now I want to say 'How do
you do.' You see God, they told me You didn't
exist. And like a food, I believed all of this. Last
night night from a shellhole I saw your sky. I
figured right then they had told me a lie. Had I
but taken the time to see the things You made. I
wonder God, if You'd shake my hand. Somehow
I feel that You will understand. Funny-I had to
come to this Hellish place. Befor I had time to
see your face. Well I guess there isn't much more
to say. But I'm sure glad God, I've met You to-
day. I guess the zero hour will soon be here. But
I'm not afraid since I kno you'er here. The
signal! well God I'll have to go. I like You lots,
this I want you to know. Look now this will be a
horrible fight. Who know, I may come to Your
Housr tonite. Though I wasn't friendly with you
before. I wonder God, if You'll wait at your door.
Look!-I'm crying! Me! Shedding tears. I wish
I'd known You all these many years. Well, I have
to go now, God. Goodbye."
Lou Frey, Jr. is a former member of Congress (FL
'69-'79), Past President, Former Members of
Congress, Partner, Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster,
Kantor & Reed, P.A., Orlando, Florida.


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Charles J. "Chip" Wells
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WEDNESDAYJULY 5, 2006


LOCAL NEWS


News Bulletin / PAGE 5A


Crestview Police Auxiliary dedicated to public assistance


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

The City of Crestview
Police Auxiliary is a group of
dedicated volunteers that
rarely get recognized, though
they put themselves in dan-
ger on occasion to protect otr
community.
Fully authorized by the
....-state of Florida, their duties
are delegated by the chief of
police, their sponsoring
authority.
Auxiliary supervisor Capt.
Johnny Brown recalls when
the organization was formed
in the late 1980's by police
chief Maxi Barrows. Brown,
then a city council member,
helped to write the legislation
that created the auxiliary. He
is quick to point out the disci-
pline and adeptness of the
auxiliary unit.
"I dislike the term auxil-
iary because it gives an
improper sense to what peo-
ple perceive of a police auxil-
iary officer," said Brown.
"The auxiliary police officers
are not 'wanna be cops. They
are professionally trained.
Auxiliary members are
required to attend police stan-
dards training course. It's a
scaled down version of the
intense eight-month training
full time police officers are
required to complete. They
are City of Crestview police
officers; they just do not have
the full powers that a regular
certified officer has."
Currently the city has ten
auxiliary members. The city
provides them with three


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Chief Travis Gillihan presents auxiliary
officer Sgt. Al Humphrey with a 10-year service award.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Chief Travis Gillihan presents auxiliary
Sgt. Cesar Barrera with a five-year service award.


patrol cars. On any given day
there is someone from the
auxiliary on the road, assist-
ing the regular police depart-
ment.
Auxiliary members as a
rule do not have arresting


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, July 10, 2006 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular
Council meeting in the Council Chamber at City
Hall, 198 yNorth Wilson Street; --restview,-Elorida,--
the City eCountil of the City ofifs te Pqpt_~Ises'to
ado4t'Orafnahce #1244 which is tforti by title as
follows:
ORDINANCE #1244
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 9.90 ACRES OF CON-
TIGUOUS LANDS, LOCATED IN SECTION 2,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND
BEING DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH HEREIN;
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING
FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND
ZONING DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDMENT TO THE BASE, LAND USE AND
ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPRE-
HENSIVE 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; PRO-
VIDING 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 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
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the
City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days
prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing such person will need a record of the proceed-
ings and for such purpose, such person may need to insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
Janice F. Young
City Clerk
June 28, 2006
July 5, 2006


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Chief Travis Gillihan presents Zaida
Barrera with a 5-year honorary member service award.


Ken.Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Auxiliary Capt. Johnny Brown presents
chief Travis Gillihan with a recognition of support award.


authority, but Brown does doors of businesses, monitor lar officers to perform the
point out that in a moment's traffic, and just add an addi- task that the auxiliary does,
notice that rule could change, tional visible presence on the well there is no way to thank
"If they get into a situation streets," said auxiliary them enough," said Gillihan.
where they're backing up sergeant' Mark Williams. Brown said as a council
another regular officer and a Police, Chief Travis member writing the legisla-
fight starts or a shooting Gillihan said the visibility of tion, "it made 'dollars and
occurs, at that moment in the extra patrol cars on the cents' to support the organi-
time under the direction of city streets alone is invaluable zation's formation. Every
the police chief they become a to his department and the time you see one of them out
full fledged police officer," city. on patrol or working a com-
said Brown. "They would "An auxiliary officer is munity event it's free time,
have the power to stop and really an extension of the doesn't cost the city a dime.
detain a suspect of a crime." police department. It's really One year the number of vol-
In assisting the police an honor to have a group of unteer hours given to the city
department, auxiliary mem- dedicated people like our by the auxiliary equated to
bers have the right to patrol auxiliary. The police depart- more than $68,000 in man
streets and back up police ment has a budget to contend hours."
officers. Mostly they assist with every year. If you were For many members the
and support full time officers. to calculate.- the. amount of. -auxiliary is the stepping-
"We do go out in our on&-.overtimde .',burs. that..e .storie-.to.a full time career in.
Marked -pattrl :' ts, check wouI'dhavreitoqayrdt'egti-srtaw. enforcementnt. About 30


DUNN, from page 1l
skills. The compliment went
a long way toward crystalliz-
ing his vision for the future.
"I met my wife, Sherry, in
the Richbourg band in the
early 1980s," Dunn remem-
bered. "I told her then that I
wanted to be the band direc-
tor at Crestview some day."
Throughout middle and
high school, Dunn played his
trombone on his front porch.
Living just around the comer
from Cadle, every little
nuance and blurt was heard


by his future commander.
In 1986, after playing in
the CHS band for three
years, he became the drum
major.
Years passed.
He attended the
University of Southern
Mississippi, graduating in
1990.
"I came back and worked
at Wal-Mart during the day
and worked for Mr. Cadle
when he needed me," Dunn
said.


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Under Dunn's stead, howev-
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However, Dunn and
Sherry were miserable and
homesick.
The couple got a call from
Wayne Ansley, then the prin-
cipal at Crestview High
School, asking if he'd like to
come home.
Dunn immediately said
yes and returned to
Crestview in 1992, working
in CHS's dropout prevention
program, all the while assist-
ing Cadle where he was
needed.
After a year at CHS, Dunn
was offered the position as
the band director at
Richbourg Middle School.
He worked there three
years and continued to assist
Cadle and the current assis-
tant director, Hank Phillips,
who is now the band director
at Pryor Middle School.
Dunn was at Richbourg
for three years. Phillips
moved on to a directorship at
another school in Boca
Raton.
Cadle remembers hiring
Dunn as his full-time assis-
tant director.
"When Hank called me to
tell me that he accepted a
new position, Jody was sit-
ting in my office," Cadle
said. "I turned to him and
said, 'Do you want a job?'


percent of auxiliary members
go on to become full time
police officers. It's not
uncommon for an agency
outside of the city to come to
Crestview looking to hire one
of its auxiliary members.
"I get calls all the time
from other agencies because
they know that our auxiliary
members are very experi-
enced, and that's a big plus
when they get to the stan-
dards course," said Brown.
"It really boils down to one
thing. The chief allows our
officers to get out in a police
car by themselves and get
that experience. They like to
choose from us because our
members have excellent
training and street experi-
ence."
Brown, a licensed preach-
er, has a basic philosophy for
life that he also applies to his
auxiliary members.
"This is what I tell my offi-
cers before they head out on
patrol. The first thing I want
you to do is to be conscious of
your spiritual life, your fami-
ly life, your career life, and if
you have anything left we'd
like to have some of it."
Recently some special and
long time auxiliary members
were recognized for their
community service.
Caesar Barrera, a veteri-
narian technician with the
United States Army, has been
with the Crestview police
auxiliary for nearly seven
years. He recently received a
transfer to Missouri. He
spoke at an auxiliary awards
dinner on June 23.
"Before I came to
Crestview I was a part of the
City of New York police aux-
iliary. I was excited to find out
that they had an auxiliary
here in Crestview. This unit
here is more like an elite unit.
The auxiliary has given me
many opportunities to serve
and give something back to
the community. I am very sad
that I have to go and I wish
,tha~ I ,could_.sayj-n CrestyeW
, and continue on with the aux-
iliary." -


"It was that easy."
Dunn's decision was easy,
too.
"When Mr. Cadle asked if
I wanted to come as anrissis-
tant in '96, I thought about it
for about half a second
before saying, 'Yes,'" Dunn
said, laughing.
Cadle watched Dunn
grow up; he saw and heard
his fledging talent as a musi-
cian and a vocalist.
"He lived around the cor-
ner. All through high school'I
was really impressed with
him," Cadle said.
While Cadle admits that
he'll miss the band, he
believes Dunn will carry on
with the tradition of excel-
lence that has made the Big
Red Machine a staple in the
Crestview community, the
consistency that earned the
title "America's Band," last
November when Cadle and
Dunn led some 260 students
in the Macy's Thanksgiving
Day Parade.
"I felt very confident that
he would be able to take my
place; otherwise, I wouldn't
have left," Cadle said.
Thirty years ago, Dunn
decided that he wanted to
one day direct the CHS band;
20 years ago, he led the band
as the drum major; 10 years
ago, he began a career as the
assistant director.
"I think there is a neat
symmetry about how every-
thing has worked out," he
said. "It's amazing to see just
how fortunate and blessed I
am."


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father was in
sweats. It was a close game;
everything was riding on
this one.
Actually, the kids were
too young and too preoccu-
pied with throwing sand at
each other to care what was
going on in the game.
However, one little boy's
dad made a big scene.
First, he arrived to the
park intoxicated. He spat
and spewed obscenities
from the sidelines, telling
the umpire that he was
blind.
After offending half the
people at the park and
screaming words that hun-
dreds of little kids have
since repeated, the umpire
asked the crazy, drunken
guy to leave.
Instead of leaving quietly,
he argued with the umpire
and started cursing again.
The umpire stopped the
game and ordered the guy to
leave a second time. He
went to the bathrooms,
probably to throw up. He
then returned to the game,
but another umpire met him
halfway and ordered him to
leave the park.
Instead of leaving, he
went to his vehicle, cracked
open another cold one and
started yelling more words
from his vocabulary he's
a big "Pulp Fiction" fan.
Finally, someone called
law enforcement. When they
arrived, the guy was sitting
in his truck, drinking a beer.
After noticing the lawmen,
he slowly lurched himself
out of the front seat and
stumbled as he concealed
the beer behind his seat.
The drunken baseball fan
struck out. He was charged
with disorderly conduct and
trespassing after being
warned. However, the police
report said nothing about
charges for being intoxicat-
ed, nor how he got home
from the park.
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many times before a neigh-
bor calls the cops.
When the deputies
arrived, they knocked on the
door to the trailer, announc-
ing their presence as mem-
bers of the sheriff's office.
There was no answer.
The deputies walked
around the trailer and
knocked on the back door.
No answer.
Finally, they conducted a
"Security and welfare check
of the residence" a fancy
term that allows them to go
in a person's house without
a search warrant and saw
a man sitting on the couch
passed out with a marijuana
cigarette burning in his
hand.
Startled, the man awoke
and sat on the cigarette -
apparently a new way to get
high.
The officers arrested the
man and he slept better than
anybody else in the county
jail that night.

The laws of
spanking
Recently, a Crestview teen
called the police because he
claimed that his father was
abusing him and taking
away his rights because he
was suspended from school.
The father apparently
spanked his son with a belt
seven times and made him
work in the yard for four
whole hours.
The son claimed that he
had bruises on his rear (and
blisters on his hands).
The spanking wasn't
what pushed the son over
the edge; never having
worked in the yard before,
the child became distraught
and called the police, hoping"
to seek some restitution for
his woes.
The police found the alle-
gations of child abuse to be
unwarranted, especially
after they saw how poorly
the yard looked. But in this
day and age we wouldn't be
surprised if the boy. got a
lawyer and sued .the father
for long-term distress and
physical and mental abuse.


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Department Statistics
6/21 6/28: Motor vehicle
accidents 8; Bomb threats 1;
Auto aid 4; EMS Charlie 9;
EMS Delta 8; EMS Uncoded -
1; Fire alarm 1; Structure fire -
2; Gulf flight standby 1; Illegal
burning 1; Vehicle lockout 2.
City of Crestview
crime report
4/30: Timothy C Wyatt, 25, of
713 Denise Drive, Crestview,
was charged with violation of
injunction and domestic vio-
lence.
6/14: Terry Glen Long, age
50, of 3552 .Buckhorn Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
trespass to conveyance at the
American Lube Fast.
6/21: Melissa Kim Fournier,
22, of 537 Long Drive, Lt 2,
Crestview, was charged with
credit card theft. Cassie Marie
Robershaw, age 20, of 175
Brookside Drive, Vandiver,
Alabama, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. *
Herbert Martin Smith, 39, of 557
Amos Street, Crestview, was
charged with domestic assault.
* Dave Johnson, age 32, of 222
Barr Place, Crestview, was
charged With battery touch or
strike domestic violence related.
* Chad T Grice, age 18, of 106


Brentwood Lane, Crestview,
was charged with domestic
aggravated battery on a victim
who was pregnant.
6/22: Christopher Allen
Russell, 20, of 106 Rain Tree
Estates, Niceville, was issued a
notice to appear on possession
of alcohol by a minor.
6/23: Lucretia M Gary, age
21, of Crestview, was charged
with child abuse. Anthony T
Day, age 41, of 2007 W James
Lee Blvd, Crestview, was
charged with retail theft from
Walmart.
6/24: Stephanie L Hollis, 18,
of 414 Apple Dr, Crestview, was
charged with distributing mari-
juana to minors. Isaac J
Blackshear, 19, of 214 Barr
Place, Crestview, was charged
with misdemeanor battery
(touch or strike). Robert E
Cochran, 57, of 294 Anderson
Street, Crestview, was charged
with aggravated battery.
Brandy L Stumbaugh, age 18, of
Indian Trail, Crestview, was
charged with breach of the
peace. John Edward, age 48,
of 315 W Oakdale Ave,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of controlled sub-
stance and resisting officer with-
out violence. Dustin C
McCurdy, age 19, of 613 Moss
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with domestic battery. Samuel


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Kenny Howard
Oct. 7, 1955 -'June 30, 2006
Kenny Howard, age 50, of Crestview, passed away Friday, June
30, 2006. He was born October 7, 1955 in Crestview, Fla. He
worked in construction as a framer.
Survivors include his wife, Tammy Howard; two children, Levi
and Ashley Jaggers; mother-in-law, June "Muffle" Busbee; uncle
and aunt, Peter and Gwen Sanders; brothers-in-law, Robert
Busbee and Robert and Jennifer Spivey; sister-in-law, Susan
Kelley; one brother, Chet; four sisters, Clara Smith, Fran, Sarah
and Drew; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Monday, July 3 in the
chapel of Brackney Funeral Service with Revs. Michael and Ben.
Martin officiating. Burial followed in Shiloh Cemetery in Wing,
Ala. The family received friends one hour prior to the service.
Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview, was in charge of arrange-
ments. Clara E. Halley
March 1,1919 June 30, 2006
Clara E. Halley, age 87, of Baker, Fla. passed away Friday,
June 30, 2006. She-was.born Maj 1919 and was a lifelong
resident' of Okalosa County an" wa- a member of
Emmanuel Baptist Church. .
Mrs. Halley was preceded in death by a son, Jimmy
Halley.
Survivors include 2 daughters, Nancy (Johnnie) Chessher
and Sandra (Duane) Foster, both of Crestview); one sister,
Nelie Griffith of Baker, Fla.; 6 grandchildren and 6 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 2 in the
chapel of Brackney Funeral Service with Rev. Dale Walters
officiating. Burial followed in Live Oak Park Memorial
Cemetery. The family received friends one hour prior to the
service. Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview, was in charge
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E Wilson, age 21, of 5821 Old
Bethel Road, Crestview, was
charged with breach of the
peace.
6/25: Michael Alfred
Johnson, age 37, of 74 Old
Milligan Road, Crestview, was
charged with disorderly conduct;
breach of peace.
6/26: Lonnie R Ward, age 40,
of Crestview, was charged with
violation of a domestic injunc-
tion. Jeremy J Odom, 19, of
DeFuniak Springs, was charged
with felony criminal mischief,
retail theft from Walmart-with
resisting a merchant, posses-
sion of marijuana under 20
grams and escape. Odom also
had two warrants out for his
arrest in Walton County for vio-
lation of a domestic injunction
and domestic battery.
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
6/22: Jason Shawn Moses,
age 26, of Rio Ranchero,
DeFuniak Springs, was charged
with armed robbery
6/23: Carlene Akers Farr, 47,
of 200McArthur Street,
Crestview, was charged with two
counts of dealing in stolen prop-
erty.
6/24: Jermaine Desmond
Lee, age 20, of 23D Cape Drive,
Fort Walton Beach, was charged
with introduction/possession of


contraband (improvised
weapon). John Edward Stith,
was issued a capias for felony
traffic DWLSR 3rd conviction.
6/25: Charles Wesley
Freeman, 27, of 403 West First
Ave, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance (cocaine).
6/26: John "Johnny" Wilson
Spicer, age 39, of 5765 Gerald
Brooks Road, Baker, was
charged with possession of a
controlled substance. Kenneth
Sean Stewart, age 42, of 5301
Hare Street, Lt 7, Crestview,
was charged with violation of
domestic violence injunction.
6/27: Karen Renee McCool,
44, of 3088 Cosson Circle,
Crestview, was charged with
obstruction of justice. Alvaro
Ignacia Abaunza, age 36, of
3088 Cosson Circle, Crestview
was charged with felony battery
with a prior conviction. Stacey
Scott Nichols, 28, of 233 W
Bowers Street, Crestvew, was
charged with domestic battery
and worthless checks. Sandra
Jean Teets, age 45, of 432
Christopher Drive, Crestview,
was charged with a DUI.
6/28: Michael Lee Folsom,
age 27, of 802 East Williams
Avenue, Crestview, was
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interested parties are encouraged to appear at the meeting
and be heard with respect to the requested Ordinance.
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Steve Andrews/The News Bulletin
15-month-old Brayden Ruschmeier gets some lessons on swinging the bat from
his dad, David Ruschmeier, before an alumni baseball game last week at Crestview
High School. The elder Ruschmeier, a 1984 Crestview graduate, played for the
alumni team, who fell to the current Bulldogs team 15-5.


Library Fun Time


Special to The News Bulletin
An art appreciation class for 1 st through 5th graders continues every Monday night from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. through July 31 st at the library. There is no charge. Students may
attend individual classes and not the whole series if desired. Pictured are Enzo
Sullivan, Ethan Mitchell, and Klarissa and Kelvin Williamson.


Special to The News Bulletin
Youngsters wave their American flags during a parade around the Bob Sikes Library during
their "Happy Birthday America" Story Time and Silly Stories events on last Wednesday.
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Caleb Turner (facing camera) participates in the "Happy
Birthday America" parade at Bob Sikes Library.


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Cason Justice
and Blonde
Bellagio hair
salon get
together for
Locks of Love
Ten-year-old Cason
Justice of Crestview
recently donated her hair
to the Locks of Love pro-
gram, which uses the hair
to make wigs for cancer .
patients who have gone .
through chemotherapy.
She got it cut at the
Blonde Bellagio hair salon
in Crestview. If you are
interested in donating your
hair to the program, it
must be at least 10 inches
long and in good condi-
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Melissa Ross
In the wake of a recent
mumps outbreak, health offi-
cials and insurers across the
Sunshine State are working
to raise awareness about the
importance of keeping
immunizations up-to-date.
The viral illness, which
first cropped up in the
Midwest, has apparently
reached Florida. In late April,
a 49-year-old Nassau County
woman reported symptoms
of the disease. It's believed
she contracted it while visit-
ing Iowa, the source of the
outbreak.
Mumps is considered to
be a mild viral illness, but it
can cause severe side effects
in abqut 10 percent of those
infected. Potential complica-
tions include encephalitis, or
swelling in the brain, and in
male patients, inflammation
of the testes, which in rare
cases can lead to infertility.
The Florida woman who
reported mumps-like symp-
toms works in nearby
Georgia as an employee of a
high school near the Florida-
Georgia state line.
Two doses of the mumps
vaccine are considered to be
rouIghly 80 to 90% effective in
protecting the patient from
the disease.
But even though the
remaining 10 to 20% of those
who've had the shots can still
get mumps, health care
providers still see the out-
break as a timely reminder of
the importance of keeping
current with immunizations.
Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Florida, for exam-
ple, says it takes a proactive
role in encouraging its
patient population to remem-
ber vaccinations, sending
monthly mailers targeting
newborns and adolescents to
all HMO members. The com-
pany also has a contract with
Florida's State Health
Department that accesses
their online immunization
registry.
"We recognize the impor-
tance of immunizations to
the health of the individual
child as well as the commu-
nity overall," says Marion
Allen, Clinical Quality
Improvement Specialist for
the insurer.
Meantime, health officials
say the mumps strain criss-
crossing the country is simi-
lar to one affecting the
United Kingdom since 2004.
That country reports more
than 70,000 mumps cases,
affecting mostly unvaccinat-
ed young adults.
In the United States, the
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention reports more
than 1,300 suspected or con-
firmed cases, mostly in Iowa
and other Midwestern states.
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dents to review their vaccine
records to make sure their
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Kellie Bartling and Cory Eastham will be married
June 15 in Crestview.


Bartling,

Eastham

to wed
Keith and Jan Warner of
Crestview, Fla. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kellie Bartling of Crestview to
Cory Eastham of Paris, Ill.
Eastham is the son of Rick and
Kelly Eastham, also of Paris.
The wedding-is scheduled for
July 15 in Crestview.
Miss Bartling is a graduate of
Malden High School, Malden, MO.
She is currently attending
Okaloosa-Walton College to get a
business degree. She is employed
by Vanguard Bank.
Mr. Eashtam is a graduate of
Paris High School in Illinois, and
currently attends OWC. He is
employed at Crestview Produce.


McDermott
advances to
state level
pageant
Courtney McDermott,
the 11-month-old daugh-
ter of Cristy and Chris
McDermott of Crestview,
is getting ready for state
competition.
She was first runner up
in the 0-1 age group of the
Sunburst Beauty Pageant
held June 24 at the
Panama City Mall.
Courtney also won medals
for having the prettiest
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COMMUNITY

CALENDAR


ORGANIZATIONS I
ADVENTURE CLUB wit have the following
activities for the week.
Thursday, 6 July, 5 PM. Be rinde in the
Shaar/Poquito Bayou area Meet at the Eglin
Credit Urion on Eglin Parkway, at the foot of the
bridge to Shanmar. Supper aflarwaids at a near-
by restaurant.
Sunday,9 Jdy, 4PM. Bike and Bocce Ball
in Fort Walton Beach. Meet at the Fort Walton
Landing park on Brooks Street. We will bike
then have supper at a nearby restaurant and
then play bocce bal wien ifs cooler.
The program at the July meeting of THE
REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF OKALOOSA,
Federated wi be a fobunm with the Republican
candidates for the Okaloosa County
Superintendent of Schools.
The meeting wil be held at Two Trees
Restaurant in the clubhouse of Fort Walton
Beach Golf Course beginning at 11:30 a.m. on
Wednesday, Jtuly 5th.
To make a reservation cll Bev McNally at
609-7989 by Sunday, July 2nd. Cost of the
lunch is $15. Guests are welcome.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR
ACTIE & RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 1428 meets once a
month. Cal 678-5678 for details.
AMERICANS FOR FAIR TAXATION meet-
ings are held on the first Thursday of every
month. Locatons vary.
The public is invited to come lean about the
most welt-researched tax reform proposal in the
country. For more information on the Fairtax, go
to www.fairta.org or cal 1-800-FAFRAX.
The GOLD WING RO AD RDERS ASSO-
OATKION (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0, meets at
the Ryan's steakhouse on North Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, across from Wal-Mart. Every third
Saturday morning for breakfast at 8 am. and
business at 9 am. Dedicated to the group motto
"Friends for fun, safety, and knowledge," mem-
bers erioy the freedom of'belonging to a non-
profit, nonreligous, and nonpoltical organization.
There are over80,000 members worldwide, and
all motorcycles and owners are welcome to join.
For information, cal Wes Davis at 892-0318 or
Jack Birge at 682-3650.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS'
monthly meeting is on the hid Thursday at 6:30
p.m. in the Conmunity fire Building. The public is
encouraged to attend.
T WESTERN GATE CHAPTER, FLORIDA
1RALASSOCIATION: For more details on any of
these events, visit the groups web site at
http//westgate.floridatral.org or cal 850-932-
5469.
Third Thursday meetings will be held at Rrst
Christian Church located at the corner of
Langtey and Goodrich avenues, Pensacola
PENSACOLA VOLKSMARCH CLUB.
Waking & Social Oub. Meetings take place at
7:00 p.m. third Tuesdays at Founaris Brothers
Restaurant. sltors welcome. Details: 474-9012
or on the web site at
www.angelfre.com/rewpensacolall.
*, HAPPY HOMEMAKERS HCE CLUB is
one of the oldest volunteer groups in the U.S.,
although the name has changed from
"Extension Homemakers." Home and
Community Education members are volunteers
in the Family & Consumer Sciences program of
the UF/FAS Extension program in Okaloosa
County. Helping Florida families meet the practi-
cal challenges of daly ife remains one of the
goals of the organization.
Members enjoy educational programs,
community serye work, leisure arts, and felow-
ship. They are also involved at the county, dis-
trict, and state level. Meetings are available to all
persons without regard to race, color, sex, age,
handicap, region, or national origin. For more
information cal Nta at 682-3118.
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS get
together every third Tuesday of the month for a 6
p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meeting at the chapters
5296 Hare Street location in Crestview. For infor-
mation, cal the chapter office at 682-0982 or
wrie them at DAV Chapter 57, P.O. Box 63,
Crestvpit;13253Qre"_ oer4m. *:r
THE WALTON GUARDmrneets at the
White Sands Bw~g CaEntermnibtWtalton
Beach. The meetingsare pubic. Contact Chery
Harris at 244-3053 for details.
The SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETER-
ANS hold meetings at Sonnys in Crestview. The
public may attend. Call Jack Bonham at 862-
3891 for information.
The Crestview CONCERNED CITIZENS
GROUP meets on the first Thursday of every
month at 6 p.m. The meetings are held in the
Fairview Park building on McCeland Street.
The BAKER FIRE DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now meets the first
Thursdayof each month at 7 p.m. at the Baker
Area PRitc Safety Building, located at 1375
19th Sireein Baker. The public is encouraged to
attend. tfyou have aly questions, please call
537-2487; if there is no answer, please leave a
message.
The MOMS CLUB OF CRESTVEW: The
MOMS Club, an international non-profit support
group b"rat-home mothers, including those who
S ave eore-based businesses or who work
part-tirme but are home withtheir children during
the d~,h~s started a new chapter inr the
Cresvearea.
The MOMS Club of Crestview has monthly
meetingwith speakers and discussions, park
playdas, holiday family outings, outings for
mothers and their children, and activity groups
Be plarps, cooking dub, a monthly MOMS
Night Outl, and babysitting coops. We also do
service, pjects for the needy. The monthly
meetings are held every third Friday of the month
at the Eiphany Episcopal Church, 424 Garden
St., Crestview at 9:30 am. The meeting is open
to mothers of all ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact Membership Vice
President Joele Curcio at 758-6187 or email at
Joete96@cox.net for more information.
MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESIVIEW has closed for the summer.
Meetings wil resume August 17.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE On the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at the American
Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton Beach, the
Maine Corps League Detachment 915 meets
at 7:30 p.m. Any former or retired Marine inter-
ested in joining should contact Jack Howell at
683-0412 orTom Burns at 682-3992.
The OLD SPAMISH TRIAL SHRINE CLUB
(Hadc Temple), located at 971 West James Lee
Blvd., has bingo games every Thursday night.
The dub also offers three $250 jackpots. Call
Robert Boutwel at 682-5087, or stop by.
The CREStVEW COMPUTER CLUB
workshop wil be held every 2nd Thursday of the
month at OWC Rm. 303, Hwy 90 East, from 2-
4p.m. Every 3rd Thursday of the month will be
a business meeting and workshop at New
Bethel UMC, 5894 Hwy 85, from 7-9 p.m.
Beginners and experienced are welcome to
join. For more information, contact 811Bill at
bil358@earthlinknet or at 537-8341.
BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB You may call
Hda Aid (537-4642) or Amareane Griffith (537-
3791) for more information.
The CRESIVEW AREA CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE holds its monthly breakfast meet-
ing on the first Thursday of each month starting
at 7:00 am. 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.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the Central
Panhandle (serving Walton, Okaloosa, and
South Santa Rosa Counties) meetings 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 am. in Navarre. For more information
and meeting Iocations, please call 850-683-


1712 or 850-936-8887.
SHAKING AND CARING, 298 W. Martin
Luther King Blvd., offers emergency food service
to the needy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday
through Friday (dosed on Thursdays).
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY For more information,
contact Chuck Ucari at 850-243-6696.
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.


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electric utility construction
and maintenance on June 20
as part of a comprehensive
effort to reduce the state's
vulnerability to hurricanes
and tropical storms.
"We need to have stan-
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the realities of today's storm
cycles and their effect on our
economy," Commission
Chairman Lisa Edgar said.
"We are committed to devel-
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more step in that process."
Changes approved by
the Commission on Tuesday
include:
P Directing the state's
electric utilities to establish
guidelines and procedures
for adopting more stringent
construction standards for
overhead and underground
electric transmission and


distribution lines within six
months.
Requiring utilities to
consider installation and
long-term operating costs of
underground and overhead
lines to allow consumers to
make informed choices
about which approach is
most cost-effective.
Allowing for sharing of
project-specific costs associ-
ated with placing lines
underground when benefits
accrue to ratepayers other
than those directly affected
by the conversion.
The commission reaf-
firmed its commitment for
further improvements to the
state's electric infrastructure
and authorized its staff to
pursue ways to encourage
placing electric distribution
facilities in accessible loca-
tions to speed restoration of
service in the wake of out-
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A t
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Xeriscape, Retrofit It, 3 R's of
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pings or hedge clippings to
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decomposition and watefi
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in the shade or in a lower ,
wetter spot, or be replaced
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shorter, reduced flow show-
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run while brushing teeth or
thawing frozen food.
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rain barrel beneath a down-
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storm has passed, insert a
hose and use capillary action
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rain barrel levies. A small
mesh screen placed over the
barrell will prevent mosqui-
toes from nesting between
uses.
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ples of Xeriscape (that is,
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NEWS &
NOTES


Little League
Crestview and Baker are
scheduled to play tonight in
the elimination bracket of the
Florida District 1 11-12
Baseball Tournament held at
DeFuniak Springs. Both
teams are scheduled to play
at 7:30 p.m.
Baker is scheduled to
play tonight in the Florida
District 1 11-12 Softball
Tournament held at the
Baker Area Youth
Association facility.

CAYA signups
Another season of
Crestview Area Youth
Association (CAYA) football
and cheerleading is fast
approaching. Registration
for the upcoming season
will be on Saturday morn-
ings from 9 a.m.-noon in ithe
fieldhouse at Crestview
High School.

City signups
City of Crestview youth
football, soccer and cheer-
leading registration is ongo-
ing through the month of
July. The football program
has two age groups for ages
6-11. The soccer program
has age groups for ages 4-
14. Registration cost is $60
($65 for those outside city
limits). To register or for more
information, call (850) 682-
4715, or visit Twin Hills Park
between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on
weekdays.

BAYA events
The BakerArea Youth
Association Will'i6t a'youth
football and cheerleading
camp July 24-August 1 at
the BAYA facility. The
camps run from 5:30 p.m. to
7:30 p.m. each night.
Registration for the BAYA
season also will take place
during this time. Youths who
have not participated in the
BAYA program for the last
two years must bring proof
of insurance and a birth cer-
tificate.
'Registration for the
BAYA men's softball season
will take place in July on
Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights after 5:30 p.m.
The season runs from Aug.
14 to Oct. 20. Cost is $400
per team. For more informa-
tion, call (850) 537-4549 or
call Sharon at (850) 682-
1840.

Free hoops camp
Crestview High School
will host the Kelvin Lee
Chaminade Basketball
Camp July 17-21. The camp
is free for boys entering
grades 5-9. Players will
spend five hours on court
every day and will improve
in all facets of the game.
Kelvin Lee spent 12 years
as an NCAA Division I
assistant coach before
building the Chaminade
High School program into
one of the best in the St.
Louis area. Sign-up dead-
line is Friday. For additional
information, contact "Mr. C."
at (850) 682-6226.

State trip
The City of Crestview
American .League All-Star
baseball team will travel to
the Dizzy Dean State
Tournament July 7-14 in St.
Petersburg. The team is
accepting donations to help
defray expenses for the trip.
Those interested in making a
donation may contact John
Weeks at (850) 585-2019, or
contact the City of Crestview
Parks Dept. at (850) 682-
4715. Donations of any size
are appreciated.

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Newspaper
Florida Press Assodiatlon
Better Weekly Newspaper Contet


Heating up




the track


Outlaw Pro Modifieds highlight

Celebrate America Shootout
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor


HOLT Smoke in the air
Saturday signaled a big day
of racing at Emerald Coast
Dragway.
The smell of revved-up
engines and burning rubber
mixed with the scents of
meat sizzling on the infield
picnic grills during the
Celebrate America Shootout.
The Independence Day
event drew over 120 com-
petitors. The field included
almost 20 Outlaw Pro
Modified cars that raced for
a $10,000 purse.
An estimated crowd of
over 3,000 lined both sides
of the one-eighth mile
dragstrip. The fans enjoyed
a full day of racing, plus a
large fireworks display.
"They enjoyed the fast
cars, the sounds, the smell,
and the feel of the cars,"
said Emerald Coast manag-
er/promoter Johnny Jordan.
"The guys that are racing
here are national con-
tenders."
A contingent of local rac
ers clustered in their usual
spot in the pit area north of
the track.
Drivers like R.D. Helms
of Crestview and James
Puckett of Baker spend most
of their Saturdays at
Emerald Coast Dragway.
"We're here every week-
end they are open," Helms
said. "We've got it in our
blood. We race every chance
we get."


"This is the weekend you
want to come if you want
to see some fast cars."

JAMES PUCKETT
Baker racer on the
Celebrate America ShQotoUit:
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Helms has corn
the same 1957 C
since he started r
1963. He ranks am
2006 points leader
Sportsman class at
Coast.
He encourages n
to come and sample
ing at the local drag
"Come out and
Helms said, standing
his red car with th
"Minotaur" emb
near the back. "We'
the best show we
maybe you'll like it
Puckett hovered
silver--.1969--Nova
yards away from
taking a break betw
trials and elim
Puckett also runs
Sportsman class.
"Emerald Coast i
special to me becau
worked here and
create something
Puckett said earlier
week.
"Everyone hei
along well. It is un


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Chance Pettit breaks away from the starting line during an Outlaw Pro Modified time trial
Saturday during the Celebrate America Shootout at Emerald Coast Dragway.


have this many people rac-
ing each other for the same
peted in money, but if you need help,
hevrolet they will help you work on
racing in your cars."
nong the The local racers some-
s in the times feel smothered by the
Emerald large field during Emerald
Coast Dragway's annual
nore fans Independence Day event.
e the rac- But the big Fourth of July
strip. holiday crowd more than
try it," makes up for any inconven-
ig next to iences.
he name "This is the weekend to
blazoned come if you want to see
11 put on some fast cars," Puckett
can and said. "There are a lot of
.'. folks, a lot of spectators and
near his a lot of excitement,"
.- a- few- Most of the local drivers
Helms, compete in NHRA Bracket
'een time racing. Bracket racing meas-
inations. ures the drivers' reaction
s in the time at the start of a run and
their ability to match their
.s kind of estimated speed based on
se I have time trial runs.
helped The format allows all
here," types of cars to compete on
*r in the equal footing. A racer might
cover the one-eighth mile
re gets course more slowly than a
usual to truck on nearby Interstate


Sunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
R.D. Helms of Crestview has raced this 1957 Chevrolet since
1963. Helms competed Saturday at Emerald Coast Dragway.


10, but still can win his or
her race.
The Pro Modified cars
competed under the format
you see on television -
fastest car wins.
-,..Some. of.-the.- Pr-.Mods
covered the one-eighth mile
in less than four seconds at
speeds of over 180 mph.
Mike Neal of Pace
defended his Celebrate
America Shootout Pro
Modifieds title.
Neal defeated Frankie
Taylor in the finals.
Matt Knowling
(Sportsman), Bill Thorne
(Super Pro) and Mike
Jubinski (Street) emerged as


winners in other classes.
Thorne defeated Knowling
in a race to determine "King
of the Emerald Coast."
The smoke and the large
crowd dissipated late in the
evening after a long, satisfy-
ing day of racing.
Jordan hopes some of the
new fans return for the reg-
ular races every other
Saturday at Emerald Coast,
or for some of the other big
events scheduled to take
place at the facility later this
year.
"We hope they enjoyed
the family atmosphere,"
Jordan said. "It's just fun for
the whole family."


Massage therapist offers


'engine oil for athletes'


Crestview's Williams a

regular at big races
Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview resident Scott Williams
keeps his hands full at various run-
ning events around the area.
Williams served as a licensed
massage therapist at events like the
Hog's Breath 5K in Destin last year
and the Gulf Coast Triathlon in
Panama City Beach in May.
Sports massage has become com-
mon at major events like the Iron
Man Triathlon and the Olympic
Games.
"I love sports massage because I
believe in its many benefits,"
Williams wrote in a press release. "I
totally believe sports massage is the
engine oil for athletes. It will pro-
long their careers."
Sports massage has been found to
help athletes prolong their careers by
allowing them to heal and bounce
back to perform at optimal levels.
Sports massage also helps mini-
mize injuries by addressing early
aches and pains.
Finally, sports massage helps
lengthen tight muscles so athletes
perform at optimal levels.
Williams used his hands in a dif-
ferent way by maintaining F-15s in


Special to the News Bulletin
Scott Williams of Crestvlew mas-
sages a competitor during the Hog's
Breath 5K In Destin In November.
the U.S. Air Force for six years. He
came to Florida in 1998 and turned
his full-time attention to a career in
massage therapy.
Williams doubles as a personal
trainer at the Crestview Fitness
Center and as the owner of Body
Maneuvers. He recently completed
his bachelor's degree in Exercise
See MASSAGE, page 3B


have game on ESPN2
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

A pair of former Crestview foot-
ball players will square off Nov. 25
in Mufreesboro, Tenn.
Middle Tennessee State, with
2004 CHS grad Richard Bortner as
an offensive lineman, will host Troy
and defensive lineman Shawn Todd
(Crestview '03) in a Sun Belt
Conference contest.
Both Bortner and Todd will get to
line up against some high-profile
opponents during the 2006 season.
Middle Tennessee State's sched-
ule includes games at Maryland
(Sept. 9), Oklahoma (Sept. 23) and
South Carolina (Nov. 18). The Blue
Raiders also will face Louisville on
Oct. 6 in Nashville in a game sched-
uled to be televised by ESPN2.
Todd and the Trojans will play
three games in three weeks against
BCS opponents in September. Troy
plays at Florida State on Sept. 9, at
Georgia Tech on Sept 16 and at
Nebraska on Sept. 23.

Academics
Angela Fussell (Crestview '05)
was one of 133 Troy student-athletes


to finish the spring semester with a
GPA of at least 3.0.
Fussell, who competes for the
Trojan cross country and track and
field teams, had a spring GPA of
3.778. She majors in Pre-Med.

Baseball
Nate Moore (Laurel Hill '01) is in
his third year in the Kansas City
Royals' minor league system.
Moore has stayed busy out of the
bullpen for the High Desert
Mavericks, a Class A affiliate of the
Royals.
Moore appeared in 24 games for
the Mavs through the end of June,
compiling a 4.01 ERA and 29 strike-
outs.
High Desert tied for the
California League South Division
first-half title, but lost a playoff
game 16-10 against the Inland
Empire 66ers.
The Royals selected Moore in the
fourth round of the 2006 Draft.

The College Report runs on the first
Wednesday of the month. To report
news of former local athletes playing
college sports, contact News Bulletin
Sports Editor Kyle Wright at (850)
682-6524, or email kwright@crestview-
bulletin.com.n


Contact us


Visit the Crestview News Bulletin Web site at
www.cewnb.com.


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at kwright@crestviewbulletln.com News Bulletin at (850) 682-6524.


Fax Information about local sports events to
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"If I'm lucky, one day I
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He is open to working
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Youth sports


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T-Ball
American League All-Stars
Ashtyn Armstrong
Nicole Armstrong
John Michael Gillis
Jakob Gosch
Ryan Hagy
Joshua Huber
Taylor Josey
Macey Kervin
Cooper Martin
Justin Simmons
Jacob Hill
Max Little
Coach Bobby Martin

T-Ball
National League All-Stars
Drew Black
Dalton Chambers
Andrew Dickson
Riley Edwards
Jonah Gaszak
Gage Hipps
Hunter Nichols
Blaine Pawlak
Mysteria Rivera
Nathaniel Sapp
Ethan Sparagowski
Cody Traywick
Coach Jeff Fowler

Coach Pitch
American League All-Stars
Austin Adams
Keyeen Edge
Jared Gaszak
Dayne Justice
Bryce Larkins
Dylan Paskell
William Thomas
Austin Walters
Ryan Weekley
J.R. Weeks
Travis Wiljakainen
Clayton Wolfe
Coach John Weeks

Coach Pitch
National League All-Stars
A.J. Adams
Corey Armstrong
Zachary deGraaf
Colter Hancock
Seth Kootsouradis
Travis Michalke
Kendall Miller
Austin Polk
Seneca Powell
Trevor Vaughn
Dev fi Wimm? nx no
Coach -- Jason.deGraaf ..,;

10U All-Stars
Hunter Adams
Austin Armstrong
Pierce Cadenhead
Chandler Curlin
Ryan Edwards
Dennis Gibbons
Matt Gillis
Drew Graham
Tyler Paskell
Christian Rosario
K.J. Schaefer
Tyler Tarpley
Coach John Edwards

12U All-Stars
Jonathan Buckelew
Gregory Burden
Chase DiCarlo
Dave Fitzpatrick
Dakota Josey
Bryce Kennedy
Blake Marshall
Cameron Miller
Devon Pascal
Jesse Perez
Kyle Slingerland
Anthony Westbrooks
Coach Jon Slingerland
Assistant coaches Archie
Perez, Melvin Hill


14U All-Stars
Sam Bass
Trevor Carnahan
Cameron Carroll
Colby Cook
Jessee Crawford
Trey Davis
Tyler Davis
Bryce Floyd
Scout Holstead
Dakota Jones
Chase Shoffner
Eli Willis
Coach Howard Leavins

Crestview
Little League
7-8 Machine Pitch All-Stars
Dalton Banach
Bryan Berry
Hayden Bludworth
Heath Cowart
Keaton Johnson
Colton Kilpatrick
Foster Lux
Roman Pena
Kendall Simpson
Dylan Skaggs
Trent Stepp
Lance Warner
Jeremy Willis
Manager Doug Dildy
Coaches Dan Banach,
Buster Berry

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Special Games Team
Kyle Chumley
Joe Ensor
Jack Flynn
Steven Howard
Jack Malone
Jamaal Matthew
Anthony Sutko
Jordan Theison
Cody Weyhrich
Adam Whisnant
Dustin Williams
Manager Jack Malone
Coach Meloney Malone

9-10 Minors All-Stars
Justin Abdo
Preston Bass
Ronnie Buhl
Zack Hickman
Jarrod Miller
Zack Neel
Ben Perez
Joe Printy
Alex Tillman
Alan Weidenhammer
itlhifn Williams .
Robbie Williams
Hunter Willis
Manager Steve Anglin
Coaches Cliff Owen, Ross
Weidenhammer

11-12 Majors All-Stars
David Goodwin
P.J. Granger
Chris Sampson
Jeremy Grezlik
Tyler Grezlik
Jeffrey Sory
Roman Donofro
Jackson Weinzatl >
Lucas Perez
Tyler Mitchell
Dylan Weyhrich
Corey Cannon
Jacob Holcomb
Manager David P. Craig

Baker Area
Youth Association
7-8 Machine Pitch All-Stars
Bryce Giles
Justin Derrick
Logan Rickmon
Tyler Williamson
Austin Dunlap
Alex Devoid
Dillon Nixon


Travis Adams
Sage Smith
Joshua Springle
Cameron Merritt
Aaron Summerlin

9-10 Minors All-Stars
Wilder Kersey
Austin Hicks
Alex Ball
Mason Lowery
Hunter Harrington
Zach Brunson
Jonathon Beck
Chandler Holmes
Dakota Smith
Austin Martin
Jack Wilkinson

11-12 Majors All-Stars
Danny Spicer
Travis Barrow
Craig Brunson
Logan Conner
Michael Brace
Logan Nixon
Jacob Woods
Clint Caro
Billy Joe Waller
Cameron Freeman

13-14 Junior League All-Stars
Ryan Lewellen
Austin Youngblood
Jacob Ates
Adam Royal
David Beck
Allan Moyer
Colton Henry
Preston Nixon
Christian Mainor
Dylan Kersey
Levi Bryant

SOFTBALL
Baker Area
Youth Association
7-8 Machine Pitch All-Stars
Ashley Black
Casey Cadenhead
Rachael Carver
Tatum Edge
Courtney Ellis
Jordan Howard
Alexis Mitchem
Savannah Mobley
Eugenia Senterfitt
Kaytlin Stanley
AmAnda Stout

11-12 Majors All-Stars
Courtney Garrett

Kaitlan Godwin
Taylor Morgan
Kaitlyn Rickmon
Breanne Burgess
Macie Wilde
Caitlin Holley
Danni Mayhair
Tory Kilcrease
Erin Cadenhead

13-14 Junior League All-Stars
Rachelle Fenton
Genia Gartman
Jennifer Williams
Kourtney Koestler
Kaylee Bradley
Ariel Adkinson
Kaitlyn Giles
Chelby Caraway
Brittany Clausman
Brittney Kilpatrick

15-16 Senior League All-Stars
Joy Gandy
Carrie Dunning
Tiffany Grace
Lindsey Marelli
Katy Free
Ariel Coley
Jessica Gilmore
Elaine Jones
Joanna Higgins
Jessica Long


Special to the News Bulletin
City of Crestview Coach Pitch American League All-Stars
Front row from left: Travis Wiljakainen, J.R. Weeks, Bryce Larkins, Austin Adams, Ryan
Weekley, William Thomas and Clay Wolfe. Middle row from left: Dylan Paskell, Keyeen Edge,
Austin Walters and Dayne Justice. Back row from left: Head coach John Weeks, assistant
coach Shannon Justice and assistant coach Dale Walters. Not pictured is Jared Gaszak. The
team won its district tournament in Southport and will play in the Dizzy Dean State
Tournament starting Friday in St. Petersburg.


special to me News Buiiein
City of Crestview 14U All-Stars
a Pictured;are manager Howard Leavinsi\Scout HolsteadpBryce Floyd, Trey DavJis aiTmrao
Carnahan, coach Jerry Willis, Colby Cook, Sam Bass, Jesse Crawford, Chase Shoffner, Tyler
Davis and Eli Willis. Not pictured are Dakota Jones and Cameron Carroll. The team firisiied
second in its district tournament in Callaway. Cameron Miller struck out 16 and allowed just
two hits in the team's victory against Fort Walton Beach.


Special to the News Bulletin
City of Crestview Coach Pitch National League All-Stars
Front row from left: Colter Hancock, Zachary deGraaf, Seneca Powell, Austin Polk, Travis
Michalke. Second row from left: Devin Wimmer, Kendall Miller, A.J. Adams, Trevqr Vaughn,
Corey Armstrong, Seth Kootsouradis. Coaches from left: Nick Kootsouradis,Tracy Vaughn,
Jeff Polk and head coach Jason deGraaf. The team finished second in its district tourna-
ment in Southport.


Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview Little League 9-10 All-Stars
Front row from left: Dustin Williams, Alan Weidenhammer, Preston Bass, Ronnie Buhl, Hunter
Willis, Robbie Williams. Middle row from left: Jarrod Miller, Joe Printy, Justin Abdo, Zack Neel,
Alex Tillman, Zack Hickman, Ben Perez. Back row from left: coach Ross Weidenhammer, man-
ager Steve Anglin, coach Cliff Owen.


Special to the News Bulletin
City of Crestview T-Ball All-Star "Dawgs"
Front row from left: Andrew Dickson, Blaine Pawlak, Hunter Nichols, Gage Hipps and Ethan
Sparagowski. Back row from left: Head coach Jeff Fowler, scorekeeper Nate Fowler, assistant
coach Shane Sapp, Drew Black, Cody Traywick, Dalton Chambers, Nathaniel Sapp, Mysteria
Rivera, Riley Edwards, assistant coach Mike Pawlak and assistant coach Kevin Sparagowski.
Not pictured: Jonah Gaszak and assistant coach John Gaszak.


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OWC corrections academy to be held in Crestview


To help individuals pre-
pare for a career in one of
Florida's fastest growing
job fields, Okaloosa-Walton
College will offer a Basic
Recruit Academy in
Corrections at the college's
Robert L.F. Sikes Center in
Crestview. It is the first
time the academy will be


held at the college's north
Okaloosa County location.
Information sessions for
interested students will be
held at 6 p.m. on Tues., July
25 at the OWC Sikes Center,
located at 805 U.S.
Highway 90 East, and
August 1 at 6:00 p.m. at the
OWC Chautauqua Center


in peFuniak Springs, locat-
ed at 908 Highway 90 West.
The Corrections Officer
academy will be held
August 28 to March 30 at
the OWC Sikes Center in a
night and weekend class
format. Training includes
Florida criminal law,
firearms, medical first-


PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-DR-2349
DIVISION:
JOHN C. DEPRATO II
Petitioner,
and
DIANA JOHANNA WELTER
DEPRATO,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Diana Johanna Welter
DePrato
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
Verdistraat 22, 6371 LM Landgraaf
The Netherlands
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 John C. DePrato, 11I,
whose address is 702 Providence
Way, Niceville, FL 32578 on or
before July 13, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of this court
at Okaloosa County Courthouse
Annex, Shallmar, FL 32579, before
service on Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fall to do so, a
default may be entered against
you for 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 automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: June 6, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk
This form was completed by Nan
Eubanks
FloridaDivlSelhilfrVSSU
P.O. Box2144 ... .-
Foley, AL 36536
(251)842-2088.
06/14/06
06/21/06
06/28/06
07/05/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06DR2585
DIVISION
RANDY SHANE CHRISTIAN,


Petitioner,
and
CRYSTAL COLEEN CHRISTIAN,
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Crystal Coleen Christian
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
4240 Reece Dr.
D'lberville, MS 39540
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 Randy Shane
Christian, whose address Is CMR
454 Box 1861, APO, AE 09250 on
or before July 28, 2006, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex, 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 this peti-
tion.
Copies of all court documents In
this case, Including orders, are
available at the Clerk of 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 automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: June 20, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk
06/28/06
07/05/06
07/12/06
07/19/06
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON
IN THE FAMILY COURT
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FILE NO.: 20058-DR-04-2670
NOTICE OF AQItWONr'" '
Jane Doe,
Plaintiffs, .
vs
Joe Grlffen, Christy Louise
Fortner, and Ronald Lawson
Defendants.
TO THE DEPENDENTS ABOVE
NAMED:
YOU ARE HEREBY GIVEN THE
FOLLOWING NOTICE:
1. That an adoption proceeding
was filed in the Family Court of


Anderson County on December
20, 2005, and in this Complaint
you are alleged to be the fathers
of Taylor Denay Alewine whose
date of birth is April 24,1996 and
Jordan Desiree Lawson whose
date of birth is February 23, 1998.
2. That the Plaintiff in the above
captioned Notice are not named
for the purpose of confidentiality;
however, the Court knows the true
Identity of the Plaintiffs and In
responding to this notice, you are
required to use the caption and
the number 2005-DR-04-2670.
3. That If Notice to Contest,
Intervene or otherwise Respond is
filed by you with the Court within
thirty (30) days of the receipt of
this Notice of Adoption
Proceedings, you will be given an
opportunity to appear and be
heard on the merits of the adop-
tion. To file notice to Contest,
Intervene or otherwise Respond In
this action, you must notify the
above named Court at the
Anderson County Courthouse,
Anderson, South Carolina, In writ-
ing of your intention to Contest,
Intervene or otherwise Respond.
The above named Court must be
informed of your current address
and any changes to your address
during the adoption proceedings.
4. Your failure to respond within
thirty (30) days of the receipt of
this Notice of Adoption
Proceedings constitutes your con-
sent to the adoption and forfeiture
of all of your rights and obligations
to the above named child. It is fur-
ther alleged that the consent of the
Defendant to this adoption is not
required under Section 20-7-1690
(Law. Co-op. Supp. 2002).
THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN PUR-
SUANT TO SECTION 20-7-1734
(E) OF THE LAW. CO-OP. SUPP
2002.
BY: Susan I. Johnson
Attorney for Plaintiffs
412 Marshall Avenue
Anderson, South Carolina 29621
06/28/06
07/05/06
07/12/06
07/19/06
NOTICE OF SALE FOR STOR-.
AGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS BELONG-
ING TO THE PARTIES NAMED
BELOW AND LISTED BY UNIT
NUMBER WILL BE SOLD AT -
PUBLIC SALE BY DAY'S PAC-
RAT MINI-STORAGE LOCATED
AT 2510 S. FERDON BLVD.,
S'RIESTVIEPW FL AT 9:00A,M.,
JULY 20, 2006 UNLESS ..
CHARGES ARE PAID IN FULL
BEFORE THE TIME OF SALE.
UNIT # 51, ERIC WILLSON
07/05/06
07/12/06
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Florida
Statutes, KeepSafe Storage, locat-
ed at 101 Hospital Drive in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the house-
hold and other goods stored In the


responder, defensive tac-
tics, and other areas. The
program prepares students
for state certification in
order to qualify for county,
city or state jobs through-
out Florida.
Certification also trans-
fers to other states and the
training qualifies for future
credit toward dual certifica-
tion in law enforcement.
Financial aid is available
and VA benefits may be uti-
lized. Alabama residents


qualify for in-state tuition.
"There are immediate job
openings available in this
field and the OWC program
prepares students for the
state certification needed to
enter this career," noted
Brian Shonk, OWC's
Director of Public Safety.
"We've even had students
hired while they are still
enrolled in our academy
program because of the job
demand." Shonk said start-
ing salaries in the correc-


tions field can average up
to $30,000 annually
depending on placement.
Shonk noted that the OWC
Public Safety Division is
designated by the state as
the region's Criminal
Justice Training Center for
corrections, law enforce-
ment and cross training
between career fields.
For information call (850)
729-5378 or visit
www.owc.edu/publicsafety.


S COLLEGIATE UPDATES


below listed units. Said goods are
to be sold to recover the rents not
paid by the tenants.
Unit # B31 George Nix
The sale shall take place on July
19, 2006 At 9:00 a.m. at KeepSafe
Storage.
07/05/06
07/12/06
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF REZONING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to the Florida Statutes and
Land Use Regulations of the City
Code and Operating Policies
thereto that the Local Planning
Agency will conduct a public hear-
ing on Monday, July 17, 2006 at
6:00 p.m. In the Council
Chambers, 198 North Wilson
Street, Crestview, Florida to con-
sider and make recommendations
to the City Council regarding a
request for rezoning (LPA Number
06-58) submitted by D. R. Mathis
Construction, Inc., property owner.
The application requests rezoning
from Single Family Dwelling
District (R-1) to Multi-Family
Dwelling District (R-2) of a parcel
lying in Section 17, Township 3
North, Range 23 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida, being described
as follows:
(17-3N-23-2490-0157-0130) Lots
13, 14, 15, and 16, Block 157,
Town of Crestview, according to
the plat thereof on file In Plat Book
1, Page 72 In the Office of the
Clerk of Court, Okaloosa County,
Florida,
The purpose of the Public Hearing
is to receive comments and make
decisions regarding the above
matter. The application and loca-
tion map is available for public
inspection during normal business
hours at the Administrative
Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard or submit written comments
to the Administrative Services
Department prior to the hearing or
both regarding the request.
Any person requiring a special
accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or physical
impairment should contact the City
Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at
least five (5) calendar days prior to
the hearing. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please coitaict
the City Clerk's office at the above
number.
If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the City Council
with respect to any matter consid-
ered at this meeting or public
hearing, such person will need a
record of the proceeding and, for
such purpose, such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
07/05/06


for early registration is $795 per
person. The registration fee after
July 31 is $845.
The course is 'designed to pro-
vide professionals with up-to-date
practical information based on leg-
islative changes, current
trends/issues in human resource
management and student feedback.
Attendees will earn 3.5 continuing
education units upon completion.
For more information or to reg-
ister, call the Division of
Continuing Education at (850) 474-
2914 or (800) 710-3233 or visit
ContinuingEd.uwf.edu.

CONSTRUCTION EDUCA-
TION BLITZ: The University of
West Florida Division of
Continuing Education and the
Pensacola Chapter of the
Construction Specifications
Institute will present the 2006 Gulf
Coast Construction Education Blitz
July 27 through 28 at the Pensacola
Civic Center.
The courses include "Workers
Comp," "Safety," "Business
Practices" and core and advanced
building code courses. The courses
meet many of the requirements for
license renewal in Florida for archi-
tects and engineers. The cost is $10
per credit hour for CSI members
and $15 per credit hour for non-
members. For more information on
CSI, visit continuinged.uwf.edu.
To register or for more informa-
tion, call (850) 474- 2914 or e-mail
Sarah Banner at sbanner@uwf.edu.

DESKTOP SUPPORT TECH-
NICIANS CLASS: UWF
Information Technology Academy
will offer a Microsoft Certified
Desktop Support Technicians class
specifically for students ages 14 to
18 from July 11-28, Tuesdays
through Fridays from 12:30 to 4:30
p.m. Tuition is $330 per week and
includes software, practice simula-
tion exams an, text9ooksr
Scholarships are available, and the
The 12 four-hour sessions will
be taught by Brian Thompson, a
Microsoft certified systems admin-
istrator who has owned his own
computer company for more than
10 years.
For more information, contact
the Division of Continuing
Education at (850) 474-2914.r ,yisit
ContinuingEd.uwf.edu.


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Classes begin August 21 (New student enrollment starts July 24)


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6:30-9:00 pm
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College Preparatory English B
College Preparatory Reading I
College Preparatory Reading II
English Composition I
English Composition I
English Composition II
Writing and Grammar
Speech
Spanish I


Microcomputer Applications
Microcomputer Applications
Microcomputer Applications
Computer Applications for Business


9:30-11:10 am
9:30-11:10 am
12:00-1:20 pm
12:00-1:20 pm
8:00-9:15 am
. 6:30-9:00 pm
6:30-9:15 pm
9:30-10:50 am
6:00-8:30 pm
6:00-7:45 pm


9:30-10:45 am
6:00-8:30 pm
9:00-11:45 am
5:00-7:45 pm


Thurs. MAT0024/46846 College Preparatory Algebra 1
Tues. MAT0024/46845 College Preparatory Algebra 1
Blended Class with reduced class time & independent study activities


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MATI 033A/46870
STA2023/47817


Math for Liberal Arts
College Algebra
College Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Statistics


BSC1080/47547 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology


BSCIO05/47919
ISCIO03/47951
MIET1010/47722


General Biology
Natural Disasters
Introduction to Meteorology


6:00-8:10 pm
9:00-10:30 am

6:00-8:10 pm
3:00-4:20 pm
4:00-5:20 pm
11:30-1:15 pm
11:30 am-1:15 pm
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Psychology
College Success
Sociology


6:30-9:10 pm
6:30-9:15 pm
6:30-9:00 pm
8:00-9:15 am


www.owc.edu

Tuition & Fees $58.78 per credit hour

OWC Robert L. F. Sikes Education Center

805 E. Highway 90 Crestview, FL 32539

An Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution


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HUM1020/46721
PHI2600/47033
THE2071/47190


Humanities Introduction
Introduction to Ethics
Humanities Cinema Appreciation


12:00-1:15 pm
6:00-8:25 pm
6:00P-08:30P Thurs.


Tues./Thurs.
Tues.


New Students Call Now For

Academic Advising 689-7911

Placement Testing
Wed. 2:00 p.m. Fri. a.m.


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HONORS
SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL:
Tawanah Reeves, daughter of Libby
Reeves Bush of Carrollton, GA, and
Galen A Reeves of Hampton GA, has
been named to the second semester
honor roll at Saint Mary's School in
Raleigh, where she is a rising 101
grader.
Miss Reeves is the granddaugh-
ter of Linda Faye Lewis of
Crestview.
To be eligible for the honor roll, a
student must maintain a grade point
average of 3.5 or higher in at least
four academic coursed while main-
taining the status of a student in
good standing with the faculty and
Judicial Board.

EVENTS
OKALOOSA PUBLIC
SCHOOLS FOUNDATION CAL-
ENDAR: OPSF calendar of meetings
for August 2006 May 2007 school
year is as follows. As in the past,
meetings will be held on the second
Thursday of each month at 11:30
a.m. in the Office of Community
Affairs at the" Okaloosa School
District. There is no meeting in the
month of December. Meeting notifi-
cations will be sent to Board mem-
bers prior to each scheduled meet-
ing.
The Board of Directors and
Executive Committee will be meet-
ing: Sept. 14, Nov. 9, Feb. 8, and
April 12, 2007.
The Executive Committee will
also be meeting: Aug. 10, Oct. 12,
and Jan. 11, March 8, and7May 10,
2007.

OWC
WOMEN'S INFO SESSIONS:
The Women's Educational Resource
Center at Okaloosa-Walton College
will host free information sessions
for women who want to start college
or explore their career options.
Sessions will be held July '6,July 26
and August 10 from 1:30 to 3:30,. .
and July 27 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in
Building L, room 138 on the
Niceville Campus. Call OWC's Pam
Walters at 729-5291 or Sylvia
Niedzwiecki at' 729-5290 for infor-
mation or to reserve a seat.
The OWC Women's Center pro-
vides a variety of free services
including help to identify individual
career goals and match a person's
skills/interests with a career field,
assistance with the steps necessary


to begin college or other training,
help finding financial resources to
attend college and more. Open to
women of any age, the program's
free services are ideal for adults who
have been out of the workforce for a
while, those who want to train for a
better job, or women who wish to
return to or begin college after an
absence from the academic setting.

UWF
SURPLUS PROPERTY SALE
JULY 12: UWF will offer a variety of
surplus property and equipment to
public schools and individuals.
Items range from computers to pro-
jectors and anatomical models.
Available items can be viewed
online at
http: / /nautical.uwf.edu/office/pro
perty/ surplusBid.cfm.
A public school offering will be
held July 12 from 9 to 11 a.m. in
Building 48 on the UWF Main
Campus. No more than three repre-
sentatives from any school or
department should attend the
school offering. Items will be offered
on a first-come, first-served basis.
Interested individuals should bring
the manpower and vehicles needed
to take selections home with them.
Individuals who are tax-exempt
should provide tax-exemption certi-
fication, Any items selected must be
accompanied by a written request or
memo filled out at the time of selec-
tion. The written request or memo
must be on the school's letterhead
and signed by an authorized indi-
vidual.
Individuals and UWF employees
can preview the remaining items
July 14 from 7:30 a.m. to noon in
Building 48. These items will be auc-
tioned off July 18 at 10 a.m. in
Building 95. Items won in auction
should be picked up July 25 and 26
from 9 a.m. to noon in Building 48.
Charitable items will be offered July
27 from 9 to 1. a.m ....
For more information, contact
John Mobley at (850). 474-3341.. or
Lina Robinson at (850) 474-2762.

HUMAN RESOURCE MAN-
AGEMENT: The Division of
Continuing Education and the
Society for Human Resource
Management will offer a certifica-
tion in Human Resource
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Tuesday, Aug. 8 through Nov. 14
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114 Medical
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325 Domestic
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335 Financial Services
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345 Lawn Care


350 Senior Care
355 Sewing & Alterations
360 Miscellaneous
450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
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454 Commercial
456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
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554 Commercial
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558 Investments
560 Land
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712 Lost & Found
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808 Arts & Crafts
810 Computers
812 Farm Equipment
814 Furniture
816 Jewelry
818 Lawn Equipment
820 Lumber & Hardware
822 Musical Instruments
824 Office Equipment
826 Sporting goods
828 Electronics
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830 Misc. For Sale
832 Misc. Wanted
900 TRANSPORTATION
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I'm retired and own
my home and live
alone. I am search-
ing for a nice honest
lady close to my age
not much over-
weight for a relation-
ship that could lead
to marriage if we hit
it off together. I am a
very lonely man, and
I am a good man
that any lady would
be proud to have.
Please write and or
call 689-8038, RB,
P.O. Box 876, Crest-
view FL. 32536


102
Drivers

DRIVERS
FLATBED
Is Hometime
Important To You?
HOME 2+
NightS / Week
AL,GA, & FL
Dispatch
*Eam up to .39 mi.
*Company match
401k in only 90
days!
*50% pre-loaded &
Tarped
Must be at least 23
yrs old & lyr OTR
Flatbed Exp.
SUNBELT
TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
PatriotTrans.com


. 102 -
Drivers

NEWS RACK
DELIVERY
Persons needed to

deliver the Crestview
News Bulletin twice
weekly to stores and
news racks. Work
Tuesday and Friday.
nights. Must have own
transportation and
insurance. Salary,
plus gas allowance.
EXTRA
DRIVERS
deliver the Bulletin
Extra to driveways
in and around
Crestview area.
Work once a week
on Tuesday
evenings
Apply in person at 295
W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, Florida. No
phone calls please,
equal opportunity
employee.
DRIVERS
NEEDED
Rinker Materials is
one of the nations
largest suppliers of
concrete ready mix.
We currently have
openings for Class B
or higher CDL driv-
ers at our sites in
Crestview & Ft. Wal-
ton Rinker Materi-
als currently em-
ploys 10,500 em-
ployees at 381 sites
across 31 sates. We
offer great pay,
health & retirement
plans, plus more.
Rinker Materials is
an EOE & Drug free
work place.
Stop in today and
apply at one of
these sites: 5420
Fairchild Road,
Crest view Fl 32539
1787 Fim Blvd., Ft.
Walton Beach
32547


102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAIN-
EES NEEDED
NOWI No experi-
ence required.
Werner Enterprises
has immediate
openings for entry-
level semi drivers.
Our avg. drivers
earn more than
$36K first year. 60%
of our, drivers get
home nightly/week-
ly. 15-day CDL train-
ing available in your
area. Call today. 1-
866-280-5309.
ROUTE DRIVER
Job gross upto
$100,000. per year.
Fed-X route with
truck. 850-393-9473
or Troy thermal mgr.
850-423-1106

104
General Help
EXPERIENCED
GRILL
Cook and cashier.
Apply in person at
Mickey's Grocery
6407 Hwy 189
North. Baker, Flori-
da. 537-2566.
CLERICAL WORK
10 hr. min. work
week $250.- $500.
per week average.
will train, no experi-
ence required, need
internet, simple re-
fund research call
for interview 1-866-
311-0701
CNC MACHINE Op-
erators No experi-
ence Necessary.
Day Shift Monday
thru Thursday. Will
Train. Apply in per-
son 8AM-11AM
Monday Thursday
@ 3100 Adora Teal
Way, Crestvlew 850-
689-2889. EOE


104
General Help

$ ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST $
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. in this
area. Labor Find-
ers needs youl
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699
AIRCRAFT REFU-
ELER, experienced
in the general avia-
tion field. Apply in
person Sunshine
Aero Industries,
5545 John Givens
Road, Crestview,
FL. Bob Sikes Air-
port 682-6811
NEED DRIVER with
a clean Class B & E
License, position in-
cludes some physi-
cal labor. Apply in
person at Crestview
Wholesale, 984 W.
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.
LEAD INSTALLER
NEEDED. Pay
based on experi-
ence, shower enclo-
sures, mirrors and
shelving call 850-
267-3656 ask for
Ricky .,
CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN
Now hiring for our
Inserter positions.
hours are; Mon. 9am
till? -Tue. 6:30 pm
till? & every other
Friday 9:30 pm til?
Apply in person at
295 W. James Lee
Blvd. Crestview.


104
General Help
NOW HIRING 2006
Postal Jobs
$18/hour starting,
Avg. Pay $57K/year
Federal Benefits, No
Experience Needed
1-800-584-1775 Ref.
#P 2900
OKALOOSA
HOUSE
CLEANING
"Doing more than
the rest"
*Residential
Apartments
*Offices
Move-Ins or Outs
*Deep Cleaning
*Routine Clean-
Ing
A TOP TO BOT-
TOM PROCESS
Licensed, Insured,'
and Bonded. Call
Chuck Chapman.
850-758-8891
or
850-682-9887
SURVEYOR PAR-
TY Chief with con-
struction layout ex-
perience, Full Time
position,with benefit
package available.
Please call 850-537-
9074 to set appoint-
ment for interview.
EARN EXTRA cash
Northwest Florida
Daily News needs
dependable substi-
tute carriers for vari-
ous routes. Must
have dependable
vehicle, valid drivers
license and insur-
ance. Only motivat-
ed individuals need
apply. Submit appli-
cation at Crestview
office 1099 South
Ferdon Blvd. or Call
Mike at 682-5608
8:30am-11:00


104
General Help
LOCAL COMPANY
seeks qualified
maintenance techni-
cians. Individuals
must be dependable
with general experi-
ence in the areas of
electrical, plumbing
and carpentry re-
pairs. Competitive
pay with excellent
benefits offered.
Contact 682-7247
for applications.

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring cooks
and servers. OW
students welcome
682-8804
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.

110
Labor
CARPENTERS
AND helper's want-
ed pay depends on'
exp. Call 546-1162
or 865-2193
CARPENTERS
AND helper's want-*
ed pay depends on
exp. Call 546-1162
or 865-2193
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319


114 Medical
CNA'S NEEDED
11am to 7pm 3 to
11, 7am to 7pm on
weekends Call 423-
1228
MEDICAL RECORD
department of local
hospital. Immediate
opening. Full time,
days. Release of in-
formation Represen-
tative. Must type.
Experience in medi-
cal records prefer-
red. Fax. resume to
334-394-2365 or E-
Mail to srmc@bap-
tistfirst.org

122 Retail
BOB TAYLOR'S
Carpet One, Crest-
view location, Show-
room Flooring Con-
sultant needed. Re-
tail sales helpful, but
not necessary.
Great hourly pay.
Will train the right
person. Apply in per-
son at 641 N. Fer-
don Blvd. to Allan
Sienko, general
manager. 682-1090
MERCHANDISER
PART -Time for a
national silk floral
company to service
retail floral depart-
ments in the Crest-
view, DeFunlak
Springs Fort Walton
Beach, Destin and
Andulsia AL. Area.
$8/hr. -plus Mileage
800-999-5996, Ext.
8628
116 Office Work
SALES/CLERICAL
POSITION Available
with Elite Trailers,
inc. Split days be-
tween Laurel Hill &
Crestview. Mon. thru
Friday 8:00 till 5:00
EOE. Drug free work
place 652-5252.


310
Business
Opportunities
LAWN BUSINESS
for Sale 850-902-
3521. Enclosed trail-
er, 0 turn mower.
Serious buyers only
please. '
315
Business Services

AAA CRESTVIEW
HAULING
We Rent roll off
containers for con-
struction and de-
bris removal Call
(850) 683-5752
DUMP-TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.


315
Business Services
CONCRETE RE-
MOVAL, replace-
ment, repair, over-
lays, Decorative
concrete and retain-
ing walls no Job to
small 305-1957
PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bla, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
Newconstruction,
area business
Condos, move
outs,& residents
Please call Jennifer
,850-346-6995.
Licensed & Insured
PRESSURE WASH-
ING buildings, side-
walks at reasonable
rates. 830-5684


315
Business Services
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
QUILL & Pen Nota-
ry service 24 hours
7 days a week. Will
travel.
Verify Signatures,
Wills, Contracts,
Deed's
Affidavits, Power of
Attorney./Marriage
850-346-0274

320
Child Care

AIRPORT ROAD
Learning Center has
openings for chil-
dren 2yrs and older
call Diana 683-0925


ASPHALT PAVING & MAINTENANCE
Commercial or Residential
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4 HAULING 4 DRAINS

Office: (850) 537-9702
Cell: (850) 499,7913


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Sales & Installation
Ucensed & Insured
homegenerators@hotmail.com

682-4998


FREE ESTIMATES

Quality Curb
B & RESURFACING LLC
CUSTOM CONCRTELONDSCAPEBORDEd
Colorf'exture & Stamp Impressions Available
Specializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete
Pool Decks, Patios, Porches, Office:
Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER 682-8
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Great home with
beautiful landscaping,
high vaulted ceiling
featured throughout
the house, custom
fireplace, tile floors.
Plenty of living area
Inside and out with two.
screened outdoor
areas. $399,000.
All brick home except
for garage. One-year
old roof and guttering,
kitchen features
porcelain 3-bowl sink
with garbage disposal,
smooth top self-
cleaning stove/oven.
Large master bedroom,
16x14 workshop.
$235,000.
Bring your horses, four
wheelers, and golf
carts and enjoy country
living at its best'. This
3BR/2BA home has an
awesome kitchen that
leads out to a screened
porch. Relax in the
large garden tub or go
to the creek, complete
with a deck and dock
area. $210,000.
It's time to get back to
,country-ihrih -ant .shis
beauifiJl acreage is
waiting for you! Three
acres on which to build
your dream home or
just a get-away. See it
today. $134,000.
Lovely well kept Old
Chicago Brick home In
a well established
neighborhood will be a
dream come true for
some lucky family. Too
many wonderful
features inside to
mention, screened
porch for entertaining
and a workshop as
well. Make sure you
take a look at this one!
$339,000.
3BR/2BA totally
remodeled home in the
Holt area, includes new
paint nad new' metal
roof on house and
storage building. This
floor plan provides
privacy yet roomy
enough for family
gatherings. Call today
to see this great buy at
$199,900.
All brick home 3
bedroom, 2 bathroom
at an affordable price.
Large fenced in back
yard. Put this one on
your list of houses to
see. $139,000.


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682-8309 or 678-8919
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301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
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320
Child Care

NOW BABYSIT-
TING preschoolers
ages 2-5. I will love
your child as if they
were my own $70.
per week. Call 758-
0995 Thanks Brandi.

NOW BABYSIT-
TING preschoolers
ages 2-5. I will love
your child as if they
were my own $70.
per week. Call 758-
0995 Thanks Brandi.

325
Domestic

IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 533-0520


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LEE FARMS: 4BR/3BA, $365,625
1/2 AcRE LOTS: $59,000 EACH
MELISSA COVE: 3BR/2BA, $185,000
SHORSE FARM: House, Barn & 5 Acres, $375,000
Rick Epperson, 12 ACRE TRACTS: $9,500 per acre
Broker

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325
Domestic

MCCURLEY
CLEANING
Service. Family
owned and operat-
ed. Licensed and
insured. Reasona-
ble rates. Residen-
tial & new construc-
tion. Call.for appt.
on estimate. 585-
5311. -


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337
Concrete

DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident, of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363


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Baker, 2000 sq.ft. 3/2 brick home on acre near school,
family room, den, all new appliances: -
Awesome neighbors! $209,900
owner: 537-8060 or 758-6283


340
Home Repair

WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE.
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and.
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. :537-
9955/259-6170
CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling; Quality
dependable, work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-


345.
Lawn Care
.A-1 TREE Service
Licensed, bonded
insured. 25vears ex-


360
Miscellaneous

TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearing,;
demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-
cense and insured
850-865-0826


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Lawn Care 452
Lawnare Apartments For
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Mowing, trimming, Equal Housing Op-
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Lawn maintenance, Crestview, FL. Call
pressure washing 850-682-5563, TDD711,
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Call for free a esti Vouchers Accepted.


mnt- work, als&5surld.- Call Wsperene ree but available license
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Watch & Clock with back howe. LLC do handicap ramps (334) 504-0806,8 685-9697. Chris Commercial
Repair Licensed & Insured. HANDY D'S 25 () Green. Property For Rent
Cell 850-546-0368, years experience, LOT CLEARING WALKERLAWN R RENT house
ALL TYPES OF Hm. 850-652-3111 no jb too small and demolition. MAINTENANCE zoned commercial.
REPAIR CONCRETE. CON- Home repairs and Cheapl 682-2075. Mowing, Trimming, Two blockff South
Grandfather, STRUCTION- Drive- improvements, if you Pruning,One time or 85 $895. 537-
Mantel, Antique ways, Foundations, want it done call |*m year round. Li- 6941/685-6685 Cell
Clocks Cuckoos & patios. Reasona- 537-9066B t. censed and insured.
We buy Antiques "bte"prid s, 'Free esti KWC DRYWALL. & 537-4419 Refereri- 456
and old Clocks mates, 30 years ex- Painting. Ceiling re- ces e Homes For Rent
Call 689-1007 after perience. Licensed spray, fire and water 355 CENTURY 21
hours 682-2844 & Insured 685-7488 restoration, trim and Sewing & Moulton Realty
tile 682-1774 3. Alterations (850) 682-3849
335 LASCO i. l S iWi Rentals:
Financial Services HANDYMAN. : ll SEAcING 304 Crooked Pine
INC. M: :.. 3bdrm/2.5bth, Brand
CREDIT NEED 'RE- Licensed and In- J New,S1100, mth/
PAIR? We have sured Honest and $u A R 1100. Dep.
been doing all the dependable, refer- ItllaiU El CLEANER "1221 Lexie 3br, 2ba
work for 30 yearsI ences Call Terry Call 82- 3041 or $875. DD $875.
Lee Harrison Credit 902-3928 682304-224or 4733 Meadow Lake
Restoration C & R LAWN' 664-2245 Dr. 4bdrm/2.5bth
www.Lthcreditrepair. MIKE GOLLES -I SERVICE 350 Lake front.
cor, 903-835-1667 PAINTING and Tree Service. Miscellaneous $2200. Mth/$2200
for free information nterir exterior Lic./Insured. Free Dep.
pack. 340 R Pressure estimates Senior ARE YOUR Win- 121 Trenton Ave;
MORTGAGE AND Home Repar Washing. Licensed Citizens discount. dows fogged? Need 3bdrm/2bth Behind
buying solutions & insured. Free 428-7932 r428- new windows for all W a I "Ma'a ;r.t
Lowrates for all Plumbing estimates. Ph. 9014.- your glass mirror 950.mth/S950..Dep
your mortgage a Pnd682-534 senior needs? Call (850) 352 River Chase
credit need. and Repair citizen discounts.. J&K TREE Service 968- 1541 1213 Jeffery Scott
www.mabs.biz/3270 reasonable 'rates. NEED DIRTI $1,150. & $1,150..
0 www.mabs.biz/3270 Service call today. Free Esti- Sand tCall DD
Faucets, Toilets, PINTING mates. Licensed Spuds Hauling850- 2878 Atoka Trail
33 Vanities & Hot and Insured. Call 902-5098 $1,250 per mo. +
337 Vanities & Hot Ranlratel
Concrete Water Heaters IPRESU 537-7412. .5$1.250.DD
onreeA-0 AAA Robert W PIANO LESSONS 2842, -Old Mill Way
A-0 AAA CO N r er aly .LAWN TEKL, LC reasonable rates. $1,000.;$ 1,000. DD
CONCRETE rewer ff-ls Lawn Maintenance Several openings, 3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
25yrs Experience. we8amss Pumbing, LC -Ir Professionals alla all Pt 826 home, -Days .682-
Driveways, patios, 682 -8683 t,. Competitive rates, 0527 5533, night & week-
tearouts, stamp 830-2631 Quality work, Free SOUTH ALABAMA ends, 682-4341
work coloring, Bob State Licensed estimates, Call Metal Sales
Kat work, reasona- & Insured 342 865-3266 or We -specialize "in
ble prices, RANDY LITTLE Landclearin 682-7316 painted metal roof-
Licensed/Insured RANDY LITTLE Landclearng Licensed ing, pole barns, met-
Free estimates. PROGRESSIVE Lice Insured al trusses, metal
God Bless America. PAINTING. NORTHWEST Owner purlinstrnsulaton &meta
Call Interior, Exterior, FLORIDA Brad Overly portable Buildings .... '
850-543-6186 Free Estimates. LANDCLEARING Brad Overly ortab1882 Buildings ,-
BARNHILL Specialize In Fill-Dirt, Leveling, 0 .8
COBARNHILL repainting. Will Site-work. Licensed PRO CUT Lawn TRACTOR WORK
CONSTRUCTIONC. beat all bids and Insured 537- service complete all type 682-7492 LtU#BK700875
Barnhill Construction. Pressure 2142 lawn care service cell 546-1218 NEW AsHU.LgE HOMES
Bamill Construction washing service mowing, edging, U CALL I HAUL 209,0090 Cal today fo
Inc Custom residen- -lc Jeyde Estates REAY
nc ustom emolden- Licensed & Insured. 345 weeding etc. Free JOE 210,000. Builderpays
tial building Remold- 682-7375 Lawn Care estimates 398-1704 689-3128 -dosing costs.*
ing, door removal, 240-8443 2 New ABggEag home
porches, decks. NO $159,900 Construction comp
job too small, 25 480 Stillwell Rd to

nA:l 4 3- i C I ER LOT'* p" C1v l fenced ba
years, in the busi- a "eaneea LT7O pivrcyld Ra-en /2h


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.


I ulmuy nwiuwluwulr~s.


422 West Ist Ave. 3/4 bedroom, 2 Bath
2078 sqft home on 1/3 acre, fenced lot.
Totally renovated, ready to move in.
642-4663


143 Carr Deve -arming3 bd2 ba hos conmniently located in town.
Roof was replaced in June 2006; kitchen w/ breakfast bar; carmk tile in both
bathrooms; wood-burning fireplace; covered back perch; fenced-in backyard
w/ 2 storage buildings. '
6454 Moonlight Lane Well-mintained 3 bd/2 ba home located in
Spring Hollow Estates. Cathedral ceiling in liinmg room; ceramic tile in kitich
& both bathrooms; large walk-in closet & garden tub in nmb; 2 rear decks & a
gutter system.
Lot 24, Dove Way- 1/4ae wooded tinfat growing subdiviio located
bIetweenCreevi&w&DefuniakSprings. Its also a quick dried toEglinAFBvia28S!
Lot 13, Thurston Place oreou I acne lot located in prestigious
Mathison Creek Estate. Great place tobuild your dream hone!!.
Highway 2 (vacant land)-ealJO acres ofseludedlandwhich isaae-
siklefroma6'6eamentn.GreathomesitarwndefulinesOm 4topportsnitmy!
(850) 682-1800
828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
::: Crestriew. FL 32536
IB www.janetjohnsonreal

S.456 456
Homes For Rent Homee For Rent
.....


COLDWELL 1550 SQ.FT. BRICK Warranty and pay '1,000 of
BANKER Home 3Br. 2Bath, buyers closing cost This one will
JME double car garage no last long. $199,000
Realty on large lot $1150. a
117 Courthouse month ,Pet ok with ST 43U21A 2,s00 /ar
Terrace non refundable de- Bring your horses goats this
Crestview Fl. posit. Available ap- property isin nature, nced and
(850) 689-1515 prox. 7-15-06 850- cron fenceda large family room
(850)or 689652-2285 / basaatiflwoodbrninglire-
or p652-228lace, formal Lk and x large
(850) 682-5922 6486/978-1600 kitche, all bedrooms are large.
Equal Housing $199,900 HU#431086md
Opportunity CRESTVIEW FOR 4a2A ou 1.22 Mas with
212 Virginia St. sale by owner 3- beautiful hardwood trees and
2bed/1.5 bath 4bd/2ba. 2,078 sq.ft. woods liviqfng wiom,
1,152 sq.ft., $650, renovated $199,900. anddenwith stiandwodbumr-
End unit townhouse Call 642-4663 ing store. Screened front porch,
232 Runnymeade, LOOKING FOR and ed dck $224.000
2bed/1.5 bath, 930 home to rent in
sq.ft. $650,, Town- Crestview area. Au-
228 Runnyrneade, gust. Three bed-
28 Runnymeade oms,ACgarage.
b 1.5ba$0, Th3ow0.Call (229)) 327-6003 & I
house. HOUSE FOR Rent Davis Realty
234 Runnymeade, Crestview in city lim- Your Crestview
2bed/1.5 bath, 930 its, 4 bedrooms, 3 Connection
sq.ft; $650, Town- bath nice shed in .
house,. back, dead .end C
5720 Hwy 85, street. $1,000. per
3bed/[2bath, mo. $1,000. DD
1,851sq.ft., $850.- 850-758-0745
Lead base paint dis- 3BR. /2BA all appli-
Sclosure. ances $800. mo.
3580 Airport' Rd. wo- nln uni
3bbd/27I8 1 350 00s-DD. -plus unk.
-Sq-.ft7T $875-- rrdtsfuiOw smoing.
SCrestview. 682-9141*'" .6.......
base paint disclo- 499-6 9 Mobile Homes For
.sure. Rent
118 Palmetto Ave. LAUREL HILL 4 br,
4 bed / 2 bat. i:, 2.5 baths, 2600 + 3BD/ 2BA Mobile on
1,927sq.ft. $950., SF, 2 blocks to 1 acre lot. $700. mo.
Pet w/owner appro- school. $1,000. mo deposit & referen-
val. 4613 Live Oak + $1,000 deposit. ces. 537-6222 499-
Church Rd., Credit check re- 7412
3bed/2bath, quired. 398-2033
1,593sq.ft. $975. NEWLY REMOD- 3BD/2BA Mobile on
No Dogs allowed. ELED home avail. 1 acre lot. $700. mo.
130 Louise Dr. July 1. No pets deposit & referen-
3bed/2 bath, $950. monthly ces. 537-6222 499-
1,436sq.ft. $1,050. $950. DD. 682-2235 7412
Fenced Yard 1 546-1343, 3 Bed 2
3309 Skywagon Dr. Bath, with garage. FOR RENT 2bd.


3bedl//2bath,
1,826sq.ft. $1,100.,
Pet w/owner appro-
val.
1235 Gabrielle Dr.
3bed/2bath, 1,758
sq.ft. $1,125,
Fenced yard.
228 Riverchase
Blvd. 4bed/2bath,
2,555sq.ft: $1;300.
lyr. Old brick home.
812 Travis Ct
4 bed/3 bath,
2,558sq.ft. $1,500.
pet w. owner appro-
val.
For further informa-
tion visit:
www.emeraldcoas-
thomesonllne.com
5/2/2 NEW home
2000 +sq.ft. w/appls.
cr.ck. No Pets/smok-
ing $1,500. month;
available now. '729-
1.171 / 855-8219









Dennis Mann
Broker, Owner
tAN GIN Finon $149,000-
>r more Information.
TO iMY IM Homes under
up to $5,000 towards
s on Lonnie Jack Dr. 3/2 *
lete with many up-grades.
w maintenance 3/2, *LeME
ck yard. PmcE REDUCED
I acre New Construction -


$199,900-many up-grades Builder pays up to $5,000
towards closing costs.* READY TO MOVE IN *
2907 Crescent Ave 3/2 New Construction -
$189,900 Builder pays up to $5,000 towards
dosing costs. -
3153 Airport Rd Crestview 5/3, 24x24 Florida room
5579 Buck Ward Rd. 3/2 Mobile home, 3/4 acre
w/ screened back porch + covered front porch
Cute home BEADY TO MOVE IN FEINCEI LAR *
Conveniently located in the middle of town $94,900
Eden Square 2 I acre lots
4587 Top Flight 4/2 over 2000 sqft on
golf course
850-682-1218 850-974-4476
802 N. Wilson St. Crestview, FL 32536


460
Mobile Homes For
Rent
3BD HOUSE in Milli-
gan $850. Rent,
$850. No smoking,
No pets. 682-1972


mobile home in Holt.
Fenced back yard
$500. mo., plus DD
537-6222 Cell 499-
7412

462
Rooms For Rent


5825 Deermont Dr., 2 Acres,
3BR/2BA, 2,681sqft. Call for appt.
682-6532 $350,000


Beautifully decorated country home located on 10
secluded and wooded acres. $310,000 #419420


This home is a must see with all of its sought after
selling feature $220,000 #429991
Enjoy every sunset
from you large cus-
tom deck w/built in
seating. Greatroom
has cathedral ceilings
and a very nice brick
fireplace. $140,000
#427885

Mel Weir
850-240-4785
mel.welr@pelicanproperty.com
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
r i i 5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
S www.pelicanproperty.com


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THIS WEEK'S
STINGS
LOvE 4BR/2.SBA with
inground pool on one acre in
much desired Ridge lake Estates.
2BR upstairs with Jack & Jill
Bath. Master bath has garden tub
with separate marble shower.
Rorida room overlooks beautiful
inground pool. Too many extras
too list. $329,899 HMLS#
430785m
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME in
Grandview Heights, on 1.08 acres
with above ground pool w/ a deck
around it large workshop with,
electricity. Nice garden, Kitchen
dining room, & both bath are
tiled. $24,,9900 HL#433842m
Tim WEU. MEn 3BR/2BA
HOME is awaiting your arrival.
House has carpet and vinyl
throughout the home. 5 ceiling
fans. Huge Florida Room (18X22)
& a large fenced back yard. Plus
separate garage and shed.
$175,000 MllS#424340md
GUMAT ONE IN NEW
Suomsm O of im PlNES,
3BR/2BA all brick, 2 car garage.
Master BR with traded ceiling,
large greatroom. split BR. Home
will be ready to move in by mid
Jun. Tile flooring. Architectural
shile A mint see. Seller to offer
$5,000 toward buyer closing cost.
$186,900 LS#418513m
LmowR HOME 3BR/2BA IN
ClEsVW on large lot with
large 24032 workshop in back
yard. Home sits on comer lot with
nice shrubs and stately large oaks.
$189,900 MLS#427968
Au amcK 381/2A souTH
oN 1-10 on large level lot.
Breakfast bar separates kitchen
from dining room, wood burning
fireplace in living room, 2 car
garage, w/large privacy fenced
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462
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
also may share
house @ $145.
week New home,
cable, phone, utilit-
ies included $10.
deposit for cleanup.
537-9258, cell
(850)221-0320
ROOM FOR RENT
also may share
house @ $145.
week New home,
cable, phone, utilit-
ies included $10.
deposit for cleanup.
537-9258, cell
(850)221-0320
464
Roommates
Wanted
MALE ROOM mate
wanted $450. mo.
utilities included.
225-1910
ROOMMATE
WANTED to share
3BR/2BA Brick
home. $450./mo in-
cludes all
uties.$225/DD
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554
Commercial

ZONED C-1 Com-
mercial 407 Texas
Parkwa y ,
$659,000. Approxi-
mately 4000
square feet; in-
cluding two addi-
tional lots. Shari
Gross 850-376-
5406 or Cathy Ri-
ley 850-699-1914
Keller Williams Re-
alty Emerald
Coast.

556
Homes
3BR/1BA, GOOD
rental income, or
residence 131,
Smith, St also 204 &
304 E.First Ave.
Fenced yards 682-
2147


556
Homes
1/2 ACRE CORNER
LOT 2/Ba 2/Bd.
Brick home, fenced
back yard, new car-
pet, tile, kitchen cab-
inets, also includes
side by side refriger-
ator washer & dryer.
$189,000 Call 682-
8566 leave mes-
sage.
ANDALUSA AL.
Brick home
w/acreage, 4 bed-
rooms, 2..5 bath,
central air/heat,
covered porch
w/deck, fenced
pasture, w/red bar-
and tack room. En-
joy wooded front
grounds with pic-
turesque pastures
and Lakes includ-
ing gorgeous Sun-
sets.
Well priced at:
$279,900. Call
334-222-0629
BY OWNER Lovely
3bd/1ba. renovated
2300 sq.ft.
$155,900. Leave
message at 850-
682-1363

SOUTH OF 1-10 in
Crestview 4 bed, 2
bath, 1930 S.F. on
over 1/2 acres.
beautiful all brick
home in Cherokee
Bend. call property
professional 683-
1714
PROPERTY
PROFESSIONALS
PLUS
For sale 5560 Au-
rora 3/2 2410 s.f. 1
acre lake view y.b.
1996 $399,000; 143
Nicole 4/2 1830 s.f.
.33 acre y.b. 1997
$239,900; 5809
Pinecrest 3/2
1060s.f. .52 acre
y.b. 1987 $173,500;
2821 Silverhill 3/3
2152 s.f. 2.25 acre
y.b.1979 $725,000;
5979 Staff 4/2 2607
s.f. 1 acre y.b. 2006
$239,000; 113 &
115 Hillwood 3/2
1644 s.f. .30 acre
y.b. 2006 $225,000;
Call 683-1714 for
more info.


'02 DODGE RAM 1500







SINGLE CAB, V6, 21,000 MILES.
ASKING "I2,OOO. CALL
S&P LAWN SERVICE
682-9780 OR 902-5669


560
Land
1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
GOLF COURSE lots
for sale. 1/2 acre
each 500', along
Foxwoods 12th Fair-
way Beautiful view.
Starting at $64,500
Call 685-4919
PROPERTY
PROFESSIONALS
PLUS
Land for sale in
Paxton. Hwy 147
1.65 acres $28,900;
1605 Flowerview
17,5 acres $170,00;
in Crestview Lake
Arthur 1/3 acre
$59,900; in Navarre
holly Point 1.88
acres $875,000. Call
683-1714 for more
info.
562
Mobile Homes

312 MH Lite,Brite,
immaculate. Work
shop plus grape
vines on 1/2 acre lot.
Call 828-349-2925
or call Kathy at ERA
to view, 850-902-
1280.
FOR SALE by Own-
er: 28x70 mobile
home on 5 acres,
1850 sq.ft. living
area. Approximately
8 miles from Crest-
view, asking
$275,000. For more
information please
call 850-682-4804,
850-902-1403 or
850-902-1678
PROPERTY
PROFESSIONALS
PLUS
FOR SALE:
Mossy Head 991
Onsage
3/2 M.H. 1216 s.f.
5.38 acres, y.b.
1993, $125,000;
458 Royal Palm
3.2 M.H. 1664 s.f.
,23 acre y.b.
1993, $79,900;
480 Royal Palm
3.2 M.H. 1100 s.f.
.23 acre, $750,00.
Call 683-1714 for
more info.


James Chessher
For friendly service
and exceptional
deals, stop by and
talk with James
about the new or
used vehicle you've
been dreaming of.
0- AN AMEVnIOEWf TON
^A&Wa l Your SIlverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
S4150 S. Ferdon Blvd.,Crestvlew
IIIIU I ~ 682-2731


562
Mobile Homes
1997 14X 70 3br. 2
bath on acre
lot 3 miles north past
Crestview HS
$89,000. OBO 850-
830-266


704
Livestock
12 MONTH old Ap-
paloosa Filly. Can
be registered. 689-
0769 or 306-5092
FEEDER CALVES
300 LB. 450 LB.
$475. each Jean
652-2533.
PUREBRED BEEF-
MASTER Heifers
2yrs old. Bred to
registered, Red An-
gus Bulls. $1200.
each. from closed
Herd, 55 head avail-
able Call 850-834-
3881.
708
Pets
AKC GERMAN
Sheppard pups. Im-
ported line, trained
adults. Stud service
will trade for quality.
689-1979
CKC JACK RUS-
SELL pups $300.
Call 683-1586 or
225-8248. Vet
Check current shots,
rewromed
FOR SALE AKC
reg. Miniature Chi-
huahua, black and
brown very small.
Call 689-0669
FOR SALE Koi
goldfish and water
plants. Call 682-
1625 Best after
5:00pm
YORKIE PUPPIES
$600, 682-1972


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing in Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy and Sell
Estates. M-F 9-5
Sat.. 9-2, 213 N,
Main St. Crestview
850-689-1007 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!!
812
Farm Equipment
NEW HOLLAND
square bailer
$1,500., New Hol-
land disk mower
$4,000. Ford 3600
tractor w/bush hog,
24CT loader $6,000.
International 676
tractor w/ loader
$6,000. International
676 $5,000. Jean
652-2533
813
Farm & Garden
BUTTER BEANS,
Peas, Home grown
tomatoes. Holland
Farm 1-877-675-
6876


813
Farm & Garden
BROOKS FARM on
Hwy 4 adjacent to
post office. Corn
Squash, green
beans, onions. Open
Sat May 20th 537-
5373

814
Furniture
DINING ROOM ta-
ble, 1 leaf, 8 chairs,
pedestal claw feet
base. Med. stained
wood $300. 850-
682-9398
FOR SALE: Bed-
room suite $400.
537-2867
818
Lawn Equipment
61" KING Kutter
grooming mower like
new $1200, 3 blades
PTO shaft. Call 537-
6481
829
Garage Sales
3362 & 3365 Shoal
Creek Cove off John
King. Clothes, furni-
ture, washer, dryer,
lots of misc. 7am un-
til 11am July 8th
ESTATE MOVING
sale 1501 E. Hwy 90
across from National
guard Armory Fri.
Sat. July 7-8 8:00
am 12:00pm.
HUGH YARD Sale!
302 Feldon Drive,
June 8,, 7:00am, fur-
niture, antiques, too
much to list.
JULY 7/8 7:00am
Hwy4 (2.2miles from
Milligan caution
light). Exercise
equipment, furniture,
kitchen items, cloth-
ing, electronics,
toys, books, movies
and more odds and
ends.
YARD SALE! 5307
Shoffner Blvd. July 7
at 8:00am, Hwy 90
East. Lots of good-
iesl
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744


829
Garage Sales
GARAGE SALE Ju-
ly 8 7am 12pm.
4659 Browning Ct.
PARKING LOT sale
at Sweet Peas 365
W.Hwy 90. Huge se-
lection of baby
items, children
clothing, cribs, high
chairs, bedding. car
seats and much
more. All 25-50%
off. Come early for
the best deals 7am-
2pm.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


















TWO CEMETERY
lots for sale in Live
Oak Park at Garden
of Prayer $1,100.
ea. Call 423-9987
leave message if no
answer.
answer.


904
Cars

1955 CHEVY 4
door, many extra
parts solid to restore
$3,000. 850-689-
1910


904
Cars

1984 BUICK LeSa-
bre 85k, 8 cylinder,
309 engine $1,000.
Looks and runs
good. 682-3166
ADAMS AUTO
Sales
222 Texas Pkwy
Crestview 682-1965
On lot financing. We
buy good used cars,
trucks, boats and
campers. We pay
top dollar ,
HONDA PRELUDE
"97" 180K miles,
good condition 5
speed, A/C, custom
wheels. $6,500.
850-683-5328 leave
message
WE BUY cars,
boats, truck, trailers,
dead or alive. No ti-
tle ok! 305-1957
905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
NEED AUTO, Ma-
rine, ATV repair?
Competive prices
and first quality serv-
ice.
Chris- 850-398-0838
Tracy-850-758-7946
910
Motorcycles
HONDA SHADOW
1997 windshield
bags 1100cc. Low
miles excellent con-
dition $3,600. 850-
689-1910
912
Motor Homes

2000 DAMON Day-
break 34 foot with
superslide, jacks,
camera and awning
25,000 miles, excel-
lent condition
$34,500. 582-8604
918
Trucks
99 CHEVY S10.
5 SP,A/C, 4cyl.
Tuned up. $3,300.
OBO Call 850-546-
1100
914
Recreational
2006 RAPTOR 700
less than 10hrs.
Adult male and fe-
male helmets, riding
shirts, pants, gloves,
goggles $6,500.
OBO 758-8588
FOR SALE 2003
Yamaha Raptor 660
4-wheel contract
Jennifer at 826-1880
or 537-18814


2003 CHEVY Silver-
ado 1ton, 4 wheel;
drive, automatic,
diesel, duely, towing
package, 26,000
miles.& $26,000.
537-2422


BROOKS FARM on
Hwy,,4,. adjacent to
post office. Corn
Squash, green
beans, onions. Open
Sat May 20th 537-
5373


'02 Dodge 1990 Chevy
Dakota Sport Pick-U




5-Speed
Good condition Silverado, Auto-trans,
Goo coditio Tilt, Cruise.
124,000 Miles 189,000mi.
$7,000 (obo) $5,300(080)
685-3556 Can be seen at Crestview News
Bulletin parking Iot.



92 T.Bird 1997 Jeep
"AaA~~.. m VI& M


$900 (obo)
1992 Ford
Thunderbird V-6
(850)682-2108
or Cell #
(850) 305-3739
Ask for Mike


Grand Cherokee
Limited Edition
A/C, PS, P, Sun roof, Leather
seers, CD/asseMt. Strong motor
$3,700 (OBO)
(850) 758-9322
Se hablo Espaiol


'01 Chevy S-10







Short-bed, 5-Speed Manual, 6 cyl,
Posi-Trac, Keyless, Elect.Windows, CD,
Liner, 51,500K. Call John Rapps at
85o-689-0940 or 537-291-1279 $6,750



2002 Buick leSabre







2002 Buick LeSabre, Custom. Less
than 8,000 miles. Kept in garage.
$18,000 FIRM 978-3148


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