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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Viewpoint and Commentary
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    Section A: Main: Business Directory
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    Section B: Sports
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    Section B: Sports: Nascar Insider
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The former Baker
School teacher is
serving a life
sentence for killing
his wife


Editor's note: In 1998,
Jimmy Ates, a Baker School
teacher and former
Assemblies of God pastor,
was convicted of the June 2,
1991 shooting death of his
former wife, Norma Kotarba
Ates. Ates is currently serving
a life sentence at Jackson
Correctional Institution in
Malone, 10 miles north of
Marianna. Ates spoke to the
News Bulletin from inside
prison walls the first inter-
view he's given since entering
the state prison.
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
On July 19, Jimmy Ates sat on a
concrete bench in the Jackson
Correctional Institution's prison
yard.
Armed with a New International
Version Bible, a 100-page complaint
to the state and a hand-written
commentary on the book of
Revelation, he waited to be escorted
to an interview his first since
entering thie sitmj rish -ysteim in
February 1999.
Except for an emergency trip to
the Jackson County Hospital two
years ago to remove his ruptured
appendix, Jimmy hasn't breathed
free air for nearly 10 years.
Separated from the free world by a
15-foot-tall chain length fence
coiled in shimmering razor wire,
Jimmy waited with a story to tell.
Wearing his prison blues, a
faded two-piece baby blue jumpsuit
with reflective ribbon stripes down
the inseam, polished white tennis
shoes, and the number P05347
stitched to his chest pocket, he
entered a small office with brown
brick walls and a computer with a
frenetic screensaver that jiggled
constantly. He shook hands cordial-
ly, nodded his head plaintively and
gave his side of the story for more
than two hours.
Jimmy was convicted of the
shooting death of his first wife,


Former Baker School teacher Jimmy Ates, 60, was convicted in 1998 for the murder of his wife, Norma, in 1991. From,behind the walls of the
Jackson Correctional Institution, Ates maintains his innocence in the crime.


S"I have said a thousand times, maybe more, that I did not kill my wife."
JIMMY ATES
Serving a life sentence for the 1991 murder of his wife, Norma


Norma, who was killed on June 2,
1991. Six years and three weeks
later, on June 25, 1997, he was
indicted after a grand jury re-exam-
ined the unsolved murder. A
lengthy legal battle ensued, public
opinion was crystallized area
residents pitched their tents on two
very different fronts and he was
ultimately found guilty.
On Feb. 2, 1999, Circuit Judge
Jack Heflin handed down a life seh-
tence 25 years without parole.


Jimmy, now 60, is currently serv-
ing the seventh year of his life sen-
tence. After these past few years in
prison, his message is the same as it
was before and during his trial -
he says he's innocent.
"I have said a thousand times,
maybe more, that I did not kill my
wife," he says, reading from a
three-page statement he prepared
prior to the interview.
On July 18, the day before the
interview with Jimmy, Rod Smith


passed through Crestview, making
a stop at Hardee's. Smith, now a
state senator in Alachua County, is
running for governor. During
Jimmy's trial, Smith was the lead
state prosecutor.
Smith energetically exited his
tour bus and stamped toward the
Hardee's entrance. He intercepted a
News Bulletin reporter, and asked if
he was with the local media. Smith
then talked about how he prosecut-
ed Jimmy Ates, a former Baker


School teacher, senior class sponsor
and pastor convicted of killing his
wife of 27 years. He joked about
how he ate daily at the Shoney's
restaurant in Crestview, which is
now a Hooter's. The reporter
informed Smith that he was inter-
viewing Jimmy the next day.
"He probably won't vote for
me," said Smith sarcastically, just
before entering the restaurant. As
he swung the Hardee's door open,
a surge of support applause and
cheers rushed outside.
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Jimmy Ates and Norma Kotarba
met when they were juniors in high
school. The two attended separate
schools. Even though Jimmy escort-
ed another girl during the 1964
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George Whitehurst, one of the most
remarkable visionaries Crestview has
ever known, celebrated his 80th birth-
day Tuesday.
Whitehurst has served the Crestview
community for more than 50 years, 24 of
those, during three separate terms as
mayor beginning in 1960.
Born the son of a farmer in
Greenwood, Florida, he learned at an
early age what hard work was all about.
"Things just don't happen," said
Whitehurst. "Everything that we
accomplished as a city while I have
been mayor, we had to fight for."
One of the most respected men in
Okaloosa County, Whitehurst master-
fully forged relationships with local
businessmen and lawmakers.
For more than a half century, he led
the city of Crestview forward with his
vision of modernization and keeping
pace with Crestview's growth.
When elected mayor in 1960, he
immediately began to revitalize the city.
With a city council that shared his
vision for growth, Whitehurst began
what would become a legacy of monu-
mental accomplishments.
"I had a city council then that saw the
same things that I did. We worked
together like a team and didn't stop
until a project was finished," said
Whitehurst. "You have to have people
that are willing to work together for a
common goal. When everyone is out for
themselves or their own agenda, things
don't get accomplished."
During his leadership, Whitehurst
was able to build a modem city hall to
provide the services that citizens need-
ed in a more efficient way; He worked
side by side with his good friend,
Congressman Robert F. Sikes, to build
The Bob Sikes Library; He regularly
walked the halls of the state capital lob-
bying for grants and services from local
lawmakers.
"It was easy for me," said Whitehurst
of his politicking in Tallahassee. "They
respected me, because I never asked for
anything unreasonable or that the city
did not need."
I During the 1990s, Whitehurst was
instrumental in. obtaining the grant
monies Iat revitalized Main Street with
its new streetscape. When Phase I
between the railroad tracks and the
courthouse was completed, he fought
hard to make sure that the project con-
tinued south until all of Main Street had
its new look.
It -was his ability to look forward and
prepare for the city's growth that led
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"Can you believe it? When I first pro-
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- When asked what his most treasured
'iiiemory and accomplishment is,
Whitehurst answered, "Twin Hills Park,
without a doubt,".
In 1960, the L and N Railroad had
determined that it no longer needed to
use the pond near Twin Hills Park as a
source of water for its engines. They
were considering selling the property to
developers for a housing project. When
Whitehurst heard what the railroad was


planning he drove to Mobile to meet
with L and N district representative I.W.
Newman.
"I was really young and really ner-
vous when I walked into his office,"
Whitehurst recalled. "I remember he
was sitting with his back to me in this
huge black leather chair. He said,
'Sonny boy, what can I do for you?' I
told him I was on a mission for the city
of Crestview and described for him our
desire to build a park on the property.
Three weeks-later7-the-city-gave-them a
check for $6,000 and the park became a
reality."
His disappointments are few, not so
much in projects that he wished he
could have completed, but more in the
people who did not see his vision for
the community.
He insists this is his last term as
mayor. "I going to still stay active in the
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Visiting Jimmy Ates was quite a unique adventure


It could be classified as a
simple career achievement. It
was an exclusive interview
that I will not soon forget.
In over two decades as a
newspaper reporter and edi-
tor many things stick out in
my mind: certain places,
things and events.
I have witnessed and
reported on everything from
the construction of the Mid-
Bay Bridge, when I worked
as a reporter for the Bay
Beacon newspaper in
Niceville during the early
1990s, to covering Super
Bowl XXXVII as the sports
editor of the Greenville (N.C.)
Daily Reflector in 2003.
But, last week, inside the
confines of the Jackson
Correctional Institution in
Malone, I was in awe of the
situation. Along with two of
my colleagues, I sat face to
face, eye to eye with a con-
victed killer serving a life
sentence.
With my degree in crimi-
nal justice I have developed
a passion for true crime. I
have practically studied
cases such as the Zodiac
Killer and the Green River
Killer over the past decade. I
find it absolutely intriguing.


Editors



Steve
Andrews


I consider myself completely
sane although my wife
and kids may disagree -
but the intrigue comes from
trying to decipher what goes
through the minds of some
of our fellow earthlings, and
then, like a true mind hunter,
trying to understand the pat-
terns of behavior that lead
these killers to do what they
do.
Fortunately, north
Okaloosa County has never
been faced with the wrath of
a serial killer, but we have
had our share of homicides.
Arguably, the best known
murder case in these parts -
thanks partly to the rampant
media coverage during the
last decade is that of for-.
mer Baker-high school
teacher Jimmy Ates.
I remember the case from
day one: I was working as a


reporter for the old Okaloosa
News Journal here in
Crestview. The date was
June 2, 1991, a Sunday night.
Ates was attending
Baker's graduation baccalau-
reate, somewhat within the
same time frame that his
wife, Norma Jean, was mur-
dered inside the couple's
house just up the road from
the school. The house was
set on fire, which ignited a
continuing chain of accusa-
tions and denials. The case
finally ended when Ates was
sentenced for the crime
exactly eight years and eight
months later Feb. 2, 1999.
I remember walking into
our newsroom the morning
after the murder and seeing
our editor, Joe Furry, glow-
ing with pride at the photos
he had taken at the crime
scene the night before.
That following
Wednesday we ran the story
on the front page with a pic-
ture of a kneeling Ates sur-
rounded by firefighters on
his front lawn. The photo
showed him wearing an oxy-
gen mask because of his dis-
tress. I have never seen that
photo again, but the image is
still burned deeply into my


mind.
"Man, he did it," Joe said
without morsel of doubt.
After digesting the infor-
mation surrounding the case
myself, I was in agreement
with Joe. And to this day, I
have to admit that my opin-
ion is still the same.
I had never met or even
seen Jimmy Ates in person
until Adam Ziglar, Ken
Nielsen and I walked
through the steel doors in
Malone one week ago today.
We sat in a small office
inside the compound as Ates
was escorted into the room.
He was unchained, appeared
very docile and greeted us
all with a smile and a hand-
shake.
For nearly three hours the
four of us sat within four
feet of each other in deep
discussion. Actually, it was
mostly Ates explaining to us
how he was framed and
would never have killed his
wife.
Regardless of whether he
was able to sway our opin-
ion of his innocence or not,
our main objective was to
give him an opportunity to
speak publicly.
We weren't there to make


him look bad. We weren't
there to make him look
good. We were there simply
to hear what he had to say;
and although his story didn't
waver from what he has
been proclaiming for the
past 15 years, 1 month and
17 days, the meeting gave us
a first-hand account of Ates'
life after more than six years
behind bars.
When we were finished,
he thanked us for giving him
the opportunity to speak,
shook our hands again and
was quietly escorted back to
confinement.
We walked quietly back to
freedom.

Isn't this bass ackwards?
The most humorous and
ridiculous part of our entire
prison experience was actu-
ally the prison guards, who
apparently thought they
were auditioning for the next
Hollywood tough-guy movie
role.
We had been cleared with
a security check a week
before we made the tihp, so
when we arrived a very
sweet lady in the front office
greeted us and escorted us
into the prison. We walked


through a metal detector, but
were not formally searched.
Then, as our lengthy
interview with Ates was con-
cluding, two uniformed
goons literally came busting
through the door, screaming,
"This interview is over!"
The "really cool" guard in
the classic mirror sunglasses
- circa 1980 -started telling
us with authority what we
could and could not do,
while the more masculine of
the two began escorting us
out of the prison not
before he made us empty all
of our pockets for a search of
contraband.
It seemed kind of strange
to me that we were allowed
into the prison without any
search or formal instructions,
but going out we were treat-
ed as prime suspects.
Did they think that Ates
had grown his own private
stash of dope in his cell and
had hooked us up for the
ride home?
No, I think that's just the
way they do it in
Hollywood.

Managing Editor Steve Andrews
can be reached at 682-6524 or at
razorbaque@yahoo.com.


Voters will determine fate of proposed local one-cent sales tax


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

On Sept. 5, Okaloosa
County voters will choose
whether or not to approve a
local option one-cent sales
tax.
If approved, the one-cent
tax would begin Jan. 1, 2007,
and would expire after five
years. The tax would be
added to the existing 6-cent
state sales tax.
By law, revenue generat-
ed from the tax could only
be used for capital projects,
such as transportation and
storm "water/ wastewater"
infrastructure needs within


Okaloosa County.
The Sales Tax Uses
Oversight Florida law pro-
tects the funds raised by
requiring a spending plan
approved at the same time
the tax is approved by vot-
ers.
Each of the county's nine
municipalities had to submit
a list of the specific projects
that their portions of the
sales tax would be used for,
should it be approved.
"The state has not been
forthcoming in helping
small communities like
Laurel Hill with our infra-
structure," said Laurel Hill
City Council member Fay


Miller. "We really need the
money. Our roads are in ter-
rible condition. We actually
went so far as to submit
photographs of the specific
locations that we propose
work will be done," Miller
said. "We wanted our citi-
zens to know exactly where
their money would be
spent."
The tax could generate
about $235 million over the
first five years. The county
would get about 59 percent
of the money, with the
remaining 41 percent to be
divided among Okaloosa's
nine cities.
"We're committed to


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Statutory Definition
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Cost Notes
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reduce the traffic on State
Road 85," said Mike Wing,
administrative assistant for
the City of Crestview. "We
have been looking at routes
that would provide as alter-
natives to getting off 85 and
still get people to their
desired location around


town. It's a list of connec.to:r
roads that has evolved o ve:r
several years."
Projects are authorized by
voters in a referendum.
Elected officials are hld
accountable for spending
the revenues as advertised.
Currently, 58 of FloridLa's


67 counties have a local
option sales tax. Visitors and
tourists to our county pay an
estimated 33% of the total
tax collected.
After five years, an addi-
tional referendum would be
required to extend or renew
it.


ire destroys


Baker home

Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

The Baker Fire Department responded
to a fire at the home of Victor and Lolita
Duenas at 1515 Messick Road in Baker
Saturday.
When fire fighters arrived they found
the home fully involved with smoke visi-
blc for more than a half mile away.
.The apparently was caused by lighting
said a Baker Fire official. Thirty-four
Firefighters from Holt, Munson, North
Okaloosa, Blackman and the Florida
Division of Forestry all responded to the
blaze, which lasted for more than 2 hours.
It took nearly 3,000 gallons of water and
foam to extinguish the flames.
The owners of the recently built home
had just closed on the house the previous
Monday. The house and all its contents,
an estimated $400,000 were a total loss.
In the garage, was a 2004 Chevrolet
Avalanche that was also destroyed in the
blaze.


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.,M mllI a uvnces more
local rnobile office days
Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) has
announced additional office hours as part
of his mobile office program. In order to
better serve the needs of constituents who
are not close to the Congressman's
Pensacola or Ft. Walton office, special
"mobile office" days Ihave been estab-
lished. Expanding on th&e idea first used
for veteranss assistance days,"
Congressman Miller's District
Representative, Charles Bare, will be
manning the office answering questions
about problems with federnd agencies or
issues affecting the First Congressional
District.
"This is just another way w,e can better
serve our growing population. in north-
west Florida," Miller said. "W'E tried the
mobile office concept earlier, an d we had
such an outstanding turnout that we
decided to expand the concept and add
more dates and locations to the pn agram."
On July 27th, the mobile office will be
at the Crestview Chamber of Comn merce,
502 S. Main St., from 8:30 a.m. to, 10:00
a.m., and at the Laurel Hill City HaAl', 8209
Hwy. 85 N., from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p. m.


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VIEWPOINT & Commentary


"Where's the

accountability?"
Imagine a
business that Boyd
could not tell its' Re ''' "i '
shareholders what Rp
happened toAllenB
billions of dollars. Allen Boyd
This business
would be held "
liable for financial .
negligence and most likely be forced to close-its
doors. Our federal government, the biggest ; '
business in the country, could not account fcr. -
$25 billion in 2004; however, no one has beei
held accountable, and few seem to care. .
Similarly, 19 of 24 federal agencies were ,
unable to produce a full audit of their spending .
in 2005. How can the federal government ,rk -k
effectively when agencies cannot account fr
taxpayer dollars? The answer is that it ca ot
This ineffectiveness is seen in record-high (.i'?, s
budget deficits the past four years and the
highest federal 'debt iti the history of our
country.. -
The problems and the negligence'do.n' t end .-t
.here. In the last six years, Congress- has.. : -.
abdicated completely its oversight role. Fr ;
example, the Government Accountabilit Qffice
and the Veterans Affairs' Inspector, Gen ial.have ..
f issued multiple reports since 2000 abou tVA '
cyber-security problems and theneed t .
upgrade VA information technology se urity.' .
Also, in four of the. past. five years, the I VA has. '
received a failing grade on an annual qyber- .,
security review by the House Gover" tent
Reform Committee.
However, Congress has ignored th ise. '
disturbing reports and failed to call fi the VA to, .!
improve its data security measures., fad ,-
.Congress paid attention to any of th ..se findings,..,.
the recent VA data security breach m iay have -.,.
been- prevented, and the personal di? ta of 26.5
million veterans would hot be at rid k. Thi "
disregard of vital inform-ation refle.-ts the way
Congress has abandoned its oversii ght role
during the current era of one-party 'rule in
Washington. ,
Congress must return accountaioillity to our .- ',
government'and renew its duty td sEirve as a ..
check-and-balance for overspending, waste, ':
fraud, and financial abuse within-t h executive. ,:
branch.'I am cosponsoring two piece s of '
legislation that will restore finan Fial
responsibility in federal agencies an d keep a
better eye on taxpayer dollars.
The first piece of legislation, introduced by.
Congressman John Tanner (D-Tennessee), would"
provide more congressional oversight by, '- '
dhlding heaIingaezIhiaxi60'&t ays odftMhspectoVet' 1.WI
General reports that indicah' financial '
mismanagemef ot~norprethian $1 nkillion. This",- .
legislationralso would call t.or hearings when-the
GAO raises a red flagover- a federal agencjrs-. -
accounting practices. Cur7rettly, fiuidings by t.
Inspector General and' thte GAO o en are .
ignored, but this legislation wouls not allo "
Congress to shirk its im-portant oinersight, .
responsibility.
.I 'also have cosponsored the-Ac~:ountability in m
[1.Govrnment Act to hjald federal a ;ency heads;
'aOtintable when they cannot'produce a clear;-.:. -
hauirdit. This legislation 'would require the'Senate .
tQjhold reconfirmaftion hearing!, on any Cabihet..
level official whose agency cannot fully-account
forjts spending w within a two-year period. Our;
own personal bu ,inesses cannot get away with
careless account ing practices, .and it is time for
ppu 'federal age#L cies to be held to these same
t.dards. i ":'
tt is no wod,der Americans have shown an
14if.'c easing distrust of their federal
gdvernment-4 -its leaders are _tinable to account
tf'their tax/dollars, and these leaders are not
punished. To restore and uphold the people's '
tiust, I belie ,ve we need strong enforcement .
measures t/ o make Congress and the federal -'
governnie ,at more accountable for taxpayer
dollars. Ti .e American people should not be '
footing tl? ie bills for our federal government's .
fiscal mi ;management. I hope the American:
., apple 1/._ill demand more fiom their
go vrn nent and join me in'saying that enough ,
is enol gh. -' "
Allen 3oyd is a Congressman representing the.
2 nd Congressional District of Florida.


Before I get into the 'meat' of this week's
column, allow me to suggest that each and every
reader take two minutes to drop a card or make
a call to City Hall between now and Friday, July
28th, to wish the "Lord Mayor" a "Happy
Birthday" on the occasion of the
49th (plus) anniversary of his
birth! Regardless of his politics
or what you think of his
accomplishments, George
Whitehurst has been one of this
city's biggest supporters.
In just a few weeks, school
will once again be in session and
all of the "dimpled darlings" to
quote one who is near and dear to my heart -
will be "feasting at the banquet table of
knowledge."
Along with the return to the classroom comes
a multitude of extracurricular activities, ranging
from various language dubs to service activities,
from JROTC to cheerleading and several sports
teams. The one thing that each and every
activity teaches, as they are presumed to be
extensions of the classroom, and they all have an
underlying goal to teach something, is to get
along with others in a harmonious manner. Put
another way, each organization teaches
cooperation to reach a common goal. There is no
room for jealousy or egotism by a cheerleader on
the bottom of a pyramid when a fellow student
is high in the air; the same is true when the
quarterback drops back to pass. That is not the
time for a guard or tackle to stop giving his all
because he is not in the limelight.
In my opinion, much is learned in the school
environment that is not taught within the
confines of the classroom. The teachers, for the
most part, are very capable of presenting and
explaining course material, but textbook learning
is a mere portion of what should be learned in
each student's formative years. There is that all-
encompassing thing called "sportsmanship" the
ability to get along with others when things are
not always going one's way!
Soon the Dawgs and Gators will be taking to
the gridiron, and a number of students who have
sweated all summer long to prepare for the
football season will be out there for their school's
glory. The coaches will have done their best to
teach the basics of blocking and tackling, the


intricacies of pass formations and various
defenses, and hopefully, they will have taken the
time to explain that things will not always go in
the way that they had planned and hoped.
Throughout the season, these coaches in their
own ways will be teaching, and
hopefully learning,
My sportsmanship.
Opinion It behooves adults to learn
something about this intangible
mind set. It would help if some
Bob would learn that the game, and
Allen it is still a game, being played
on the field is a learning
experience, a teaching tool. It is
for entertainment, but it is also for players and
spectators to understand that not always will
- things go as they were envisioned.
As many folks know, I have been officiating
high school football in one capacity or another
for almost five decades, and during that time, I
have heard just about every expletive in the
language and have been accused of virtually
every sin except for murder! The marital status
of my parents has been questioned, and I have
been accused of being the offspring of a female
dog!
Fortunately, over the years I have developed
rather 'thick skin', as do most officials. We learn
to have 'tin ears', and we find a way to let
comments from the crowd roll like 'water off a
duck's back.' But why is this necessary?
Some fans think that a barrage of obscenities
can intimidate officials. Some coaches will go far
away from home to hire officiating crews that
they think will rule in their favor. But, in my
forty-eight seasons of wearing a striped shirt, I
can assure you that I have never observed an
official who is biased or slanted in his game
calling. Regardless of what the fans say, and I
have heard many who have said that the
"officials were against us," or that they were
'homers,' I have found officials to have integrity
and to be very professional.
Let's all have a good season. Let's come out
to support the kids and to enjoy the games, and
let's demonstrate good sportsmanship. For after
all, it is still just a game!

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


Dealin with those summer doldrums

S. Te sunmer.a,t. hri.y,,4)r.,pAin are,4as, .... dqe. tQ q three: Commissionoer.f o,,.......
usual, the main topics of conversation in Florida. Agriculture, Attorney General, and the Chief
There are primary races for governor and for Financial Officer. The present Republican
two of the three cabinet offices, Commissioner of Agriculture,
but it is difficult to find anyone -u-- Charlie Bronson, has little


interest
MoE
taking
school
know
it is a
camp
choice


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Finally, U. S. Representative Katherine
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a mistake in some key votes in the Senate.
Otherwise, it will be one of the easiest Senate
elections in the history of Florida. This race
will be ignored until after Labor Day.

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ATES, from page 1A


Baker School homecoming
court ceremony, he and
Norma were inseparable.
During his senior year,
Jimmy gathered a swath of
honorary titles. He earned
the school's Good
Citizenship Award, he was
one of only six graduating
honor students, the president
of the Future Teachers of
America club and a member
of the newspaper staff.
Jimmy was tall and slen-
der; his jaw was sharp, his
curly pompadour whispered
Memphis rock 'n' roll.
Norma, adorned with teased,
curled hair, was quiet and
amicable.
The couple graduated and
were married four months
later in October 1964. Norma
walked down the aisle of the
First Baptist Church of
Crestview and the two were
united under the banner of
holy matrimony. For the next
four years, they lived on a
series of military bases while
Jimmy completed a four-year
stint in the Navy. While
enlisted, Jimmy was second
in his class.
With military service over,
God was calling. Jimmy
grew up in the Assembly of
God church and believed in
the fire and brimstone
Biblical messages of salvation
and eternal damnation
promised to those who did-
n't accept Jesus.
He attended Central Bible
College in Springfield, Mo.,
where he studied scripture
and felt a greater calling to
preach.
After beginning a career in
the ministry, Jimmy and
Norma moved to
Pascagoula, Miss., where he
built the First Assembly of
God Church into one of the
most prosperous churches in
Mississippi.
After 15 or so years,
though, Jimmy had had
enough. Rumors simmered
that he was mishandling the
church's finances and some
say that he possibly pursued
other women in the church.
But Jimmy swears that he
a t 9 out.
was urned out,'
Jimmy recalls. "I was so tired
and disgusted with it all that
I left."
Jimmy left the ministry in
1986 and started building
houses. He also started
teaching history at Baker
School in the fall of 1987.
Norma worked as a recep-
tionist at a medical clinic.
The couple bought a one-
story ranch-style brick house
just-north of Baker on State
Highway 189. Jimmy worked
hard building a vegetable
stand, where he sold sweet
corn and beans. He also had
herds of cattle and hogs on
40 acres near the home.
During his planning peri-
ods at school, he talked fer-
vidly about his farms. He
estimates that he made as
much farming as he did
teaching roughly $20,000 a
year.

Then the fateful day of
June 2, 1991 came. The cou-
ple ate string beans and other
fresh vegetables at Norma's
uncle's house. That Sunday
was a little different than
most. For the first time ever,
Jimmy opened his vegetable
stand on a Sunday.
After lunch, Jimmy and
his father-in-law, Steve
Kotarba, went to work on the
farms. Norma and her moth-
er, Louise, went shopping.
According to testimony
presented in Jimmy's trial,
Norma returned home at
around 4:15 p.m. She wasn't
feeling well and got sick to
her stomach.
The school's baccalaureate
services were held later that
evening at 7:30 p.m.
Though she was sick,
Norma wanted to attend the


ceremony with Jimmy, who
planned to arrive early so he
could make sure senior boys
were dressed appropriately
for the religious service.
Norma ironed his dark
polyester and nylon suit and
laid her clothes out a
black skirt, a silk blouse and
new heels.
The sky was bruised; omi-
nous rain clouds loomed in
the big sky just north of
Baker.


Norma's 11th hour
approached. Based on crime
scene evidence revealed in
the trial, Norma first encoun-
tered her killer in the home's
hallway. She ran toward the
master bedroom and tried to
shut the door. The killer bust-
ed through. She was first
shot in the arm as she tried
to deflect the gun from the
killer's hand. She broke free
and lunged into the master
bathroom. A second shot
missed her and was recov-
ered in the bathroom wall. A
.third shot entered her left
breast. She sank to the bath-
room floor. The fourth shot
entered her right shoulder.
Summoning all of her
energy, she pushed past the
killer back into the master
bedroom; a fifth shot struck
her in the back. A sixth shot
resounded. A seventh repeat-
ed. The .22 caliber bullets
ripped through her flesh,
shattered ribs and penetrated
her lungs.
She fell on the other side
of the bed and reached for a
white phone, pulling the
receiver toward her with a
damp, bloody hand. She
attempted to dial 911. The
call was received at the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office dispatch center at 6:25
p.m. and 31 seconds. The dis-
patcher, Victoria Moore,
answered the call. In court,
Moore testified that no one
was on the other end of a sta-
tic-filled line. Moore dialed
the number back twice, both
times receiving a fast busy
signal.
The killer fired one last
shot into Norma's back and
pulled the bed's mattress
over her body, which slowly
oozed a warm pool of blood.
The killer ransacked the
house, overturning things
and giving the appearance
that drawers were searched
for valuables.
An alibi fire was started.
Investigators believe that the
killer placed a short, fat can-
dle on a stack of newspapers,
which were placed on a
wooden table. The candle
burned down, igniting the
papers, the nearby drapes .
and a pair of swivel chairs.
After hitting the drapes, the
fire spread.
Two Baker college-aged
men, James Blalock and
Matthew Brunson, drove by
the house at around 7:30 p.m.
They were returning from a
fishing excursion north of
Baker when they saw flames
lapping through a picture
window in the living room.
They notified someone at the
Baker Volunteer Fire
Department and the scene
became a flurry of firefight-
ing activity.
Dr. Gary Cumberland, a
forensic pathology expert
who testified in Jimmy's trial,
explained that Norma's
wounds, though numerous,
were not immediately fatal.
"This was a slow, oozing
type wound," he testified in
September 1998. Cumberland
went on to say that if Norma
had received medical atten-
tion within 20 to 30 minutes
of the attack she might have
lived.
That, however, didn't hap-
pen. She bled to death.


In prison, Jimmy keeps to
himself. He works nights,
cleaning up the area known
as the "Quad," or a meeting
hall where inmates gather to
play cards and talk. He's
known as the "Night House
Man," and he sleeps in an 80-
man dorm and gets very lit-
tle privacy.
He also works in the
kitchen, a duty reserved for
well-behaved inmates. He
reads the Bible constantly. He
hasn't watched television -
except for the occasional ball-
game since he entered in
1999.


He subscribes to USA
Today, National Geographic
magazine and a farming
magazine. He believes that
the end of the world is com-
ing soon. He doesn't attend
regular chapel services
offered by the prison chap-
lain.
During the interview,
Jimmy apologized to a guard
who was leaning stealthily in
one comer of the room, arms


crossed, eyes clad in mir-
rored sunglasses.
"I don't mean anything by
it, sir, but I've never gotten
very much out of the services
here," he says to the guard.
He does read the book of
Revelation the entire book
- every day. In fact, he's
read the book every day for
the past 452 days. He has
even written a commentary
on the book about the end of
the world the last book in
the Bible.
Jimmy's current wife
Glenda and his brother
Luther are busy proofing the
pages and tightening the
loose edges of the commen-
tary, which currently does
not have a title.
"I'm not a writer," he
admits.
Jimmy believes that he
was convicted in the court of
public opinion long before a
sentence was handed down
in the court of law.
Shortly after Norma's
death, Jimmy moved in with
her parents, Steve and
Louise. He lived with them
for six months.
As early as two months
after the murder, rumors cir-
culated that Jimmy was dat-
ing a recent Baker School
graduate, Glenda Nash.
Some claimed that the two
were having an affair while
Norma was still living.
"God knows in heaven, I
had no affair going on,"
Jimmy claims today. "I never
dreamed that I would marry
a young lady."
But the couple did marry.
In September 1992 he sold
the burned out carcass of a
home and the couple soon
moved in together. In
November 1993, they were
married at Glenda's parents'
house. Six months after that,
she gave birth to Allison,
who is now 12.-
Many locals turned on
Jimmy, believing he should-
n't have married a girl half
his age at a time when he
was the only logical suspect
for the murder of his former
wife.'
The couple and their
infant daughter noveddto
Chipley, where Jimmy
owned land. He was about to
install carpet in the family's
new home when he was
indicted after a grand jury re-
examined the unsolved case.
It was June 25,1997, six years
and three weeks after Norma
was murdered.
The couple is still married
and Glenda and daughter
Allison still live in the family
home. They continue to
make the short trip from
Chipley to Malone to see
Jimmy every other Sunday.
***00
The Baker community in
the early 1990s was even
smaller than it is now. The
traffic light just blinked two
intermittent colors red
and yellow. Though a person
could see through the cracks
in the rickety wooden floors,
the dimly lit Baker
Mercantile store was still
open for a cold soda and
small talk.
The night of the baccalau-
reate services, 68 seniors
marched into the school's
cafeteria, which was the only
place at the school that had a
stage and enough room for
500 or so attendees. The con-
gregation sung the hymn,
"Holy, Holy, Holy."
Jimmy sat close to the
front. At around 7:50 p.m.,
rumors of the fire at his
home began to trickle
through town. A volunteer
firefighter's pager bleeped
and a fellow teacher
approached Jimmy in the
service, put an arm around
him and whispered, "I'm
sorry to tell you this, but
your house is on fire."
Students nearby heard the


throaty whisper that stained
the sacred hymn. Jimmy
quickly got up and left the
building.
Jimmy jumped in
Norma's Toyota and drove
home a two-minute drive
from the school. Firefighters
doused the fire and opened
windows and doors to venti-
late the smoldering house.
Jimmy frantically ran to
the back of the house.
Firefighters inside heard him


screaming hysterically, "Has
anyone seen my wife?" he
cried. "My wife is in the
house!"
Firefighters worked their
way to the master bedroom
and discovered that the mat-
tress was nearly off the bed.
Underneath the mattress,
Norma's lifeless body was
discovered. A sooty silhou-
ette of her body was
stamped on the floor and she
was still wearing her new
high heels.
Jimmy ran inside the
home, but, without proper
breathing gear, he was over-
come by the smoke.
He began hyperventilat-
ing and sprawled out under
a tree.
Paramedics took him to
North Okaloosa Medical
Center's progressive care
unit, where he stayed until
Tuesday.
***o
Years passed. The early
part of the investigation was
plagued with misfortune.
The first medical examiner
failed to remove three of the
bullets from Norma's body.
He also put the wrong time
on the death certificate 6
p.m., 25 minutes before the
911 call.
Detectives interviewed
Jimmy numerous times after
the murder. Each time, he
freely agreed to an interview,
but the conversations were
never recorded. Jimmy also
never had a lawyer present.
However, during the trial,
Investigator Glen Barberree
said that Jimmy essentially
confessed to the murder
when he told Barberree in an
unrecorded interview that he
left the house between 6:25
and 6:30. Jimmy told him
that he saw a broken down
pickup truck about 200 yards
up the road from his house.
He went to the grocery store
before heading to the school.
The grocery store dosed at 6
p.m. Investigators felt that
there was no way that he
could have went in the store.
Jimmy, however, claims
that he drove, tothe To
" Thu'b :oo% St fe, bought a
Coke and some mints and
returned north toward the
school.
Initially, state prosecutor
Curtis Golden who was
an Ates family friend -
refused to try the case with-
out more evidence. However,
Norma's uncle, W.C. "Buck"
Bryan the man Jimmy and
Norma ate lunch with the
day of the murder -
approached then-Gov.
Lawton Chiles. Bryan and
Neal Cobb, an affluent local
Democrat, pleaded with
Chiles to pursue the case
more aggressively. Cobb and
Chiles' relationship extended
back to 1970, when Cobb
bought him a pair of walking
shoes that he wore while
trekking across Florida dur-
ing his United States Senate
campaign, earning him the
title "Walkin' Lawton."
In March 1995, the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement exhumed
Norma's body from Cotton
Cemetery in Escambia
Farms. An independent med-
ical examiner from the
Pinellas-Pasco counties dis-
trict performed a second
autopsy, removing three
more bullets from Norma's
back. A second state attorney,
Harry Shorstein, took up the
case a few months later.
In October 1995, Shorstein
tracked down the owner of
the elusive broken down
Ford pickup truck the
truck that Jimmy admitted to
seeing when interviewed by
Barberree.
The owner, Ron Nicholso,
a Milton resident, and his
wife, Judy, were returning
home from their cabin in
Andalusia.
Nicholson testified that


their truck's motor flooded
because of a heavy, abrupt
thunderstorm. The truck
broke down 200 yards north
of the Ates' house.
Nicholson walked up to
the house. Investigators esti-
mated that he knocked on
the front door at about 5:25
p.m. There was no answer.
Nicholson proceeded to a
convenience store and called
his daughter. He left the con-


Ken iNielserv I ne news DUlIIlII
Jimmy Ates sits inside Jackson Correctional Institution and
points out to reporters the things he disputes in his case.
He has filed a 100-page complaint against prosecutor Rod
Smith and the Florida Bar for sentencing him "illegally."


venience store and began the
journey back to his truck.
Nicholson further testified
that, while passing the Ates
home, a man came out to
him and apologized for not
helping. He said that the
man told him that he was a
school teacher and he had
come home from the bac-
calaureate service to check on
her because she had been
sick. Nicholson said that it
seemed odd that a stranger
would flag him down to tell
him why he was at his own
home.
Detectives discovered tele-
phone records for when
Nicholson called his daugh-
ter. Based on those records
_and the amount of time it
would have taken to walk
back to his truck, they fig-
ured that the conversation
between Nicholson and
Jimmy occurred at 6:27 p.m.
- two minutes after the 911
call.
An indictment still did not
come. Twenty months passed
and the governor summoned
a third state attorney, Rod
Smith of Gainesville. Smith
determined that it was time
to move on the case.
Initially, Jimmy won the
first pretrial battle. Circuit
Judge Jack Heflin called the
evidence "not overwhelm-
ing."
Because of a seven-year
gap from the time the mur-
der occurred to when Jimmy
was arrested, witnesses had
difficulty remembering spe-.
cific times and events.
Jimmy swears that he was
at the school by 6:30 p.m. He
says that there is a videotape
that proves he was there. He
claims that, on the tape, he is
seen with students who are
still standing around, not yet
in their graduation gowns.
He believes that Smith
had key witnesses change
their testimonies and he says
that there are at least nine
depositions that were taken
shortly after the murder
proving that he was at the
school at 6:30 p.m.
"They tried to tear me
down so people would feel
comfortable to come tell
them things," Jimmy says.
The trial starting on Sept.
9, 1998. Jimmy was found
guilty on Sept. 24. The prose-
cution's case revolved
around the timeline of
events, the 911 call and the
circumstantial evidence that
put Jimmy at the scene.
Others also testified that
Jimmy arrived at the school
he was sweating profusely.
Jimmy admits that he was
sweating.
"I had been working with
my hogs," he says. "You
can't work the way I did and
not sweat. I was wearing a
dark suit with a vest."
Without a shred of physi-
cal evidence not even a
murder weapon the state
convinced a jury of eight


women and four men that
Jimmy was guilty.
Jimmy's lawyers, Don
Dewrell and Drew Pinkerton,
never put him on the stand.
Pinkerton testified in the trial
that "Jim Ates did not kill
Norma Ates, and whoever
did is still out there."
Smith's flamboyant dos-
ing remarks were in stark
contrast.
"Jimmy Ates, you're a
killer," he proclaimed. "You
killed your wife and you're a
first-degree murderer."
Jimmy stared straight at
Smith and shook his head in
denial.
As the guilty verdict was
read, Glenda balled her fists
and wailed loudly, cursing
'Louise'Kotarba, Norma's
mother.
She was restrained by
bailiffs and removed from
the courtroom. On her way
out, she cursed and screamed
for justice.
The two legal teams con-
tinued to fight back and forth
for more than four months,
until Jimmy was sentenced
to life in prison on Feb. 2,
1999.
On his sentencing day,
Jimmy walked into the
packed courtroom, hand-
cuffed and holding his Bible.
From it, he pulled a picture
of his daughter, Allison, who
was 4 1/2. He held up the
picture and blew Allison a
kiss.
Smith read a letter that
was written by Louise.
"It is my prayer that
Jimmy will confess," she
wrote.
During the trial, Louise
testified that, toward the end
of her life, Norma told
Louise that she "was tired of
walking on eggshells."
Jimmy believes that he is
imprisoned illegally.
"It's against the law to put
a man in prison with no evi-
dence," he says.
Jimmy admits that marry-
ing a woman half his age
didn't help his case.
"I would have been so
much better off I would
have never been convicted
had I not married this young
lady," Jimmy admits. "I don't
believe they would have con-
victed me if I had never mar-
ried her."
Time drags in prison.
Jimmy doesn't work much
on his case anymore. Since
being imprisoned, he has
hired three lawyers and mul-
tiple private investigators.
He has also filed a 100-
page complaint against
Smith and the Florida Bar for
sentencing him "illegally."
He has filed three separate
appeals with the Florida FirSt
District Court of Appeals.
Each time, a motion for a
rehearing has been denied.
He now waits and mai0-
tains his innocence. He con-
tinues to read the book of
Revelation.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2006 -==== -,


The attic creature Q PUBLic RECORD


Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 6A


Recently, a
Crestview


woman came
home to the
sound of what '1 ,
she believed to be
mice scurrying '-
around in her
attic. However,
the mice boarded
up their little, nests and
moved further south for the
winter. ,
The creature in the attic
was her ex-husband.
Apparently, he's seen The
Goonies one too many times;
he must have thought that he
left a treasure map up there.
Somebody should have told
this guy, nobody's attic is as
cool as the one on The
Goonies.
Instead of finding treasure
maps he found a box of
checks from accounts that
she had long since dosed. He
took them and made a run
for it, writing 13 bad checks,
nearly $650 worth.
All of the checks were
cashed at area grocery stores.
After the sheriff's office
caught up with the man, he
admitted that the frivolous
check writing was brought
on by his crack addiction.
Spanking crimes
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
fhe yard looked. Biut 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.
It's a family
tradition
Recently, a family from
Tennessee decided to visit
the Florida Panhandle.
The father, 50, mother, 48,
and the son, 19, were on


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Interstate 10, passing
through the gorge of pine
trees that stretches along
Northwest Florida. Their
final destination was
Tallahassee, where they
planned to visit the state cap-
ital, and eat barbecue at
Freddie's Pork House.
However, after taking in a
few sights, they decided to
stop at the Crestview
McDonald's just off the
interstate.
While there, they got
some lunch, took a potty
break, and unloaded about
50 pounds of marijuana on
an undercover officer with
the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement.
The couple then went and
stayed at a nearby hotel.
Then the sheriff's office
arrived, arresting the grass
growers on spot.
The family affair ended, only
for a brief while, though. The
three are now being held at
the Okaloosa County Jail,
where they have been dining
together ever since the
barbecue is just as good in
the slammer, we've heard.
New and improved
wife beater
Some men search the bet-
ter part of their young lives
to find the perfect woman.
Other men, however, fall
in love with a woman, ask
them to move in, and then
beat the crap out of them for
agreeing to do so.
It's a strange arrange-
ment, but here's one local
couple who recently fail in
love. They have only lived
together for about two
months. Soon after the cou-
ple moved in together, the
woman became the guy's
punching bag.
He's busted her lips, cut
her arms, legs and thighs.
He's choked her numerous
times and, recently, stabbed
her with a chef's knife.
The story gets even more
absurd when the deputies
come to arrest him for nearly
stabbing the woman to
death. When they asked him
why he nearly killed his girl-
friend, his response was, "I
love her."
We sure would hate to see
what this guy would do to
somebody if he hated them.


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City of Crestview
fire responses
7/12-7/19: Auto aid 1; EMS
17, Fire alarm 7; Structure fire 5;
Gulf flight standby 3; Illegal
burning 2; Vehicle lockout 2,
Manpower assistance 1; Motor
vehicle accident 13.
City of Crestview
crime reports
6/14: Dale A Welch, age 48,
of 79120 Honeysuckle Road,
was charged with possession of
marijuana.
6/22: Christopher Allen
Russell, 20, of Crestview, was
charged with two counts of bur-
glary and two counts of criminal
mischief.
6/25: John T Horak, age 45,
of 674 Brock Avenue, Crestview,
was charged with domestic bat-
tery. Jason R Frey, 20, of
Crestview, was charged with lar-
ceny retail theft against Fillups. *
Jason R Frey, 20, of 113
Cambell Avenue, Crestview,
was charged with larceny retail
theft.
6/26: James Paul Vickery,
age 22, of Laurel Hill, was
charged with criminal use of per-
sonal identification
6/27: Danielle Goldstein, 21,
of Crestview, was charged with
retail theft over $300 against
Lowes.
6/28: Kevin Gerald Mayberry,
age 19, of 346 North Ave,
Crestview, was charged with
battery touch or strike.
6/29: .Deaundros Blackshear,
18, of 214 Barr Place,
Crestview, was charged with
affray, engaging in combat near
the intersection of S Lincoln
Street and West Edney Ave. *
Michael Gilmore, 19, of 5516
Royal Street, Crestview, was
charged with trespassing after
warning and resisting arrest
without violence. Rory A
Webster, age 28, of 811 Rochell
Drive, Monroe, LA, was charged
with resisting officer high
speed vehicle pursuit, driving
with a suspended license and a
DUI.
6/30: William M Garcia, 20, of
3943 Bear Creak Road,
Crestview, was charged with
reckless driving, traffic offense,
fraud and obstruction by dis-
guise. Jerrell Antoine Gainer,
ag,egp f, 94 ,Wisteria Ave,
prestview, was charged with


retail theft against Wal-mart. *
Rachel Ann Linton, 32, was
charged with six counts of
obtaining a controlled substance
by fraud and attempt to obtain a
controlled substance.
7/4: Robert Clayton Ray, age
48, at large, was charged with
burglary to an unoccupied struc-
ture and theft against the
Jameson Inn.
7/5: Joshua D Kroll, 23, of
405 W-North Ave, Crestview,
was charged with aggravated
battery on a pregnant
woman/domestic violence relat-
ed.
7/6: Frederick J Butts, 29, of
443 Apple Drive, Crestview, was
charged with domestic battery -
touch or strike.
7/7: Jeffrey Herlihy, age 34,
of 114 Eloise Place, Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear
on trespassing. Ellis Deon
Chamberlain, of 982 West
Walnut Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with possession of mar-
ijuana less than 20 grams and
resisting arrest without violence.
7/8: Matthew Raybon, 38, of
333 Addison Place, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
marijuana less than 20 grams
and possession of cocaine.
7/9: Rosevelt Jackson, age
44, of 698 McClelland Street,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic violence. Chris Alan
Pooler, 48, of 931 West James
Lee Blvd, Crestview, was issued
a notice to appear on for pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. *
Lori Ann Jones, 38, of 102
Mohasic Tr, was issued a notice
to appear for possession of drug
paraphernalia.
7/11: Toni L Henderson, age
30, of 3162 Mapole Street,
Crestview, was charged with
retail theft against Wal-Mart.
7/12: Tammy Lawayne
Langford, age 38, of 2576 Laird
Road, Crestview, was charged
with failure to appear on worth-
less check charge.
7/13: Abdelmesseh Gurgues,
42, of 145 Cabana Way,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic battery. Corey
Brooks, 24, of 503 West Griffith
Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with possession of
cocaine. Cavese Marcus
Barnes, 23, of 407 West Edney
Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with possession of
c.caine. Jeremias Manuel


Rodrigues, 22, of 5986 Chardee
Road, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine.
7/14: Antonia McLaughlin,
24, of 340 South Booker Street,
Crestview, was issued a capias
for affray. Donna Webb
Lankford, age 48, of 444 Cane
Street, Crestview, was charged
with one count each of posses-
sion of a controlled substance,
cocaine, and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
7/15: Thomas Johnafin
Davis, 27, of 10001 Munson
Hwy, Milton, was charged with
resisting arrest without violence.
7/17: Heather R Higgins, age
23, of 710 Shady Lane D, Ft.
Walton Beach, was charged with
passing altered prescription.
7/19: Brenda G Briley
Hightower, age 52, of 112 SE
Hollywood Blvd, Ft. Walton
Beach, was charged with tres-
passing to a structure or con-
veyance.
Okaloosa County

Sheriff's reports
7/5: Rodney Hansford, 30, of
6007 Flamingo Road,
Crestview, was issued a capias
for fraud/impersonating a con-
tractor.
7/6: Keith Elliot Sirmans, age
42, was charged with aggravat-
ed battery on a person over 65
years old. Hyun Duk Han, age
44, of 4694 Love Grass Lane,
Crestview was charged with
domestic battery.
7/7: Michael 0 Smith, 22, of
116 Walker Circle East,
Crestview, was charged with a
DUI. Sarah Elizabeth
Cadenhead, age 21, of 1210
Farmer Street, Crestview, was
charged with introduction of con-
traband into a detention facility
(Okaloosa County Jail).
7/8: Anthony V Alband, 23, of
Crestview, was charged with a
DUI. Grace G Papadopoulos,
40, of 3540 Buckhorn Drive,
Crestview, was issued a notice
to appear for refusing to comply
with a corrective notice order. *
Ralph W Packard, 31, of 6200
Old Hickory Road, Crestview,
was charged with one count of
domestic battery. Kristen Ann
Miller, age 20, of 6213 Lightning
Ridge Road, Baker, was
charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting an
officer without violence.


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7/9: James Wayne Haggart,
39, of 263 Pandora Drive (546
Water Street, Meeker County,
Colorado), Crestview, was
charged with aggravated assault
with a firearm. Phillip L Hart,
age 25, of 5600 Auora Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
one count of aggravated battery
with a weapon and one count of
battery. Abraham Hernandez,
20, of 2210 West James Lee
Blvd, Crestview, was charged
with burglary to conveyance and
theft. Bryan Lee Castleberry,
age 22, of 144 Adkinson Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
battery domestic violence.
7/10: Mark A. Holland, 49, of
381 Riverchase Blvd, Crestview,
was charged with assault.
7/12: Simeon John Blevins,
age 19, of 5935 North Meadow
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with criminal mischief. Aaron
Eugene Adams, age 45 of 4810
Young Road, Crestview, was
charged with one count each of
aggravated assault with a
weapon and domestic battery.
7/14: Richard Guthrie, 43, of
3928 Second Ave, Laurel Hill,
was charged with domestic bat-
tery.
7/13: Fernando Delano
Payne, 25, of 1200 East James
Lee Blvd, Crestview, was
charged with one count each of
trafficking in cocaine over 28
grams, possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
7/15: Melissa Christine
Welch, 19, of 526 Risen Star
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with resisting an officer without
violence and two counts of bat-
tery on LEO. Paul Kevin
Anglin, 34, of 5342 Fox Hound
Road, Baker, was charged with
trespassing after warning.
7/16: Donnie Roger Price,
age 55, of 5814 Bush Road,
Baker, was charged with aggra-
vated assault with a weapon
without the intent to kill and
criminal mischief property
damage between $200-$1000. *
Charlie William Brown, 44, of
7029 Bill Lundy Road, Laurel
Hill, was charged with killing a
registered breed horse. Ricky
Buggs, 33, of 259 Seminole
Trail, Crestview, was charged
with the offense of sale of a con-
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Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
Following a competitive
selection process, Gregory
Brock has been selected as
the new assistant principal at
Crestview High School.
Brock will be replacing
Peggy Nehring who stepped
down from the position.
He has been in public edu-
cation for 16 years, including
seven years with the
Okaloosa County School
District. He has a Bachelor of
Science and a Master of
Educational Leadership
degree from the University of
West Florida.
"He comes highly recom-
mended from both Crestview
High School principal Andy
Johnson and assistant super-
intendent Wayne Ansley,"
said school district superin-
tendent Don Gaetz.
Brock taught science at
Crestview High but is most
recognized for his position as
line coach for the Bulldog
football team.
"Football has always been
my first love. So this is going
to be a new experience come
Aug. 18 when we play
against Niceville in the Kick-


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Greg Brock sits in his new office as assistant principal of
Crestview High School. He said he looks forward to his
new challenges this school year.


Students schedules for Crestview High School will
be available are available to be picked up at the
school through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.


Off Classic," said Brock. "It's
going to very different on
Friday nights at the stadium,
but not being on the field
with the other coaches.
Hopefully Mr. Parrish will
have plenty of things for me
to do to keep my mind off the
game."


He said his goal in this
new position is to be the best
that he can be as an adminis-
trator. "I set certain stan-
dards for myself and always
want to help the students.
Brock's duties include
overseeing the Academic
Improvement Plan.


City of Crestview and the Main Street Association
receives 2006 National Main Street Accreditation


Special to the News Bulletin
For the fourth year in a row,
the cooperative revitalization
efforts of the Main Street
Crestview Association and the
City of Crestview have result-
ed in recognition and designa-
tion being earned by the two
entities for commercial district
revitalization by meeting the
10 national standards of per-
formance criteria set by the
National Trust for Historic
Preservation's Main Street
Center.
The Association joins over
625 other Main Street revital-
ization programs recognized
as an Accredited National
Main Street Program for 2006.
The Center reviewed the work
of more than 1800 programs
throughout the nation and
those that met the previous
year's minimum program
requirements were recog-
nized.
"The National
Accreditation means the Main
Street program is meeting our
national standards of perfor-
mance for what a Main Street
program should be doing,"
said Doug Loescher, Director
of the National Trust for
Historic Preservation's Main
Street Center. "The organiza-
tions we name each year as
National Main Street
Programs are those that have
demonstrated the skills need-
ed to succeed in Main Street
revitalization.
The annual accreditation
and recognition process evalu-
ates commercial district revi-
talization programs based on
criteria ranging from having
an active board of directors
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tors, and sound manage-
ment," said Loescher.
"Having a solid organization
at the foundation of that revi-
talization effort is so impor-
tant to long term success."
The National Trust for
Historic Preservation, a recipi-
ent of the National
Humanities Medal, is a pri-
vate, non-profit membership
organization that provides
leadership, education, and
advocacy dedicated to pro-
tecting the irreplaceable
through helping to save
America's diverse historic
places and to assist communi-
ties of all sizes in America to
revitalize their older and his-
toric commercial districts. -
The U. S. Congress
approved and President
Harry Truman signed the leg-
islation that created the Trust
in 1949 and various levels of
federal funding for the
National Trust were provided
until 1998 when the appropri-
ation was terminated by
mutual agreement. Since then
the Trust has relied on private-
sector contributions. The staff
at its Washington, DC head-
quarters, six regional offices,
and 25 historic sites work with
the National Trust's 200,000
members and thousands of
local community groups in all
50 states.
The City of Crestview and
the Main Street Crestview
Association's performance
was evaluated by the Florida
Bureau of Historic
Preservation's Main Street
Program office, which is the
coordinating organization for
all Main Street programs in
the State.
Funding support for the
local Association's efforts is
provided through member-
ship dues and donations from
individuals, businesses, cor-
porate supporters, and local
civic organizations. The City
of Crestview significantly sup-
ports the Association through


funding the position and City
Hall office operations of the
Main Street Program Director.
At a recent general mem-
bership meeting of the Main
Street Crestview Association,
the annual requirement to
choose a Board of Directors
was accomplished. Chosen to
serve for one year terms on the
fifteen member Board were
Kathleen Bowman, Grace
Ferdon, Kim Gerhardt, Pat
Hollam, Kelly Humphrey,
Jennifer Knudsen, Jason
Koralewski, Bob Lynn, Mary
Mancini, Bill Parker, Karen
Phillips, Mickey Rytman, Jane
Shaw, Ann Spann, and June
Weeks.
Selected from the Board
membership to serve as ofi-
cers for the MSCA were
Mickey Rytman as President,
Kathleen Bowman as Vice-
President, and Jane Shaw as
Secretary/Treasurer. Long-
time resident Mary Jones is an
Honorary Lifetime
Association and Board of
Directors member. Currently
there are almost sixty mem-
bers of the Main Street
Crestview Association and
more members are needed to
insure the Association will
have a broad base of support
and community input in pro-
moting downtown growth
and historic preservation.
Crestview area residents
and other parties interested in
joining the Association and
participating in the effort to
revitalize, preserve, protect,
and increase the use of the tra-
ditional downtown area of
Crestview are encouraged to
attend the next MSCA meet-
ing scheduled for 6 p.m. on
Thursday, August 17, in the
City Council Chambers at
City Hall in downtown
Crestview.
For additional information
about the Association and the
upcoming meeting call the
office of the Crestview Main
Street Program Director, Bill
Kilpatrick, at (850) 689-3722.


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LOCAL HAPPENINGS


WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2006


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

ANNOUNCEMENTS
OKALOOSA COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD: Candidates for
the school board will be the featured
speakers at the August meeting of The
Republican Women of Okaloosa,
Federated.
The meeting will be held at Two
Trees Restaurant in the clubhouse of
Fort Walton Beach Golf Course begin-
ning at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday,
August 2nd.
Candidates for the school board
positions are Cindy Frakes, Rodney
Walker and Hioward Hill.
To make a reservation, call Bev
McNally at 609-7989 by Sunday, July
30th. Cost of the lunch is $15. Guests
are welcome.
KID SAFE DAY: The department,
with cooperation from FEMA, is
sponsoring a "Kid Safe Day" to 1be
held at the Spanish Trail Festival
Grounds from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
on July 29, 2006.
HOW MANY SEEDS ARE IN A
WATERMELON? Hospice of the
Emerald Coast has an answer to this
question! How you may ask? Well, by
offering individuals fun, and exciting
volunteer opportunities, we have
been able to answer this and other
questions during our adventures!
Call Teresa Smith, Volunteer
Coordinator, today at 850-689-0300 to
learn how many seeds are in a water-
melon, and to learn how you can join
the volunteer team counting seeds,
and helping others.
SENIORS APPRECIATION: The
City of Laurel Hill has declared the
month of July Laurel Hill Senior
Citizens Celebration Month, and will
honor them with a social on July 29
from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Laurel Hill First
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
Senior citizens can arrange for
transportation to and from the social
with the Laurel Hill Fire Department
and other volunteers. They will be on
standby for any physical needs.
Please call ahead for assistance.
The City is expecting a good
turnout for this and will need volun-
teers and contributions for the event.
If you would like to contribute toward
the social in any manner, contact
Lorene Sullivan at 652-2729 for more
details or to offer your services.
STAMPFEST III: The Panhandle
Philatelic Society will host Stampfest
MI on Sat., July 29 at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 205 Carol Ave. in
Fort Walton Beach (next to Home
Depot). Admission and parking are
free.
Come buy, sell, trade, or just
browse among thousands of stamps
and other items on display. Dealers
from all over the South will offer a
wide variety of stamps and supplies,
and some will offer verbal appraisals.
Call Fred Brafford at (850) 6511-2770
for additional information.
CAC VOLUNTEER TRAINING:
Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy
Center is hosting a volunteer training
at 6:00 p.m, Tues., Aug. 8 at the CAC
located at 401 McEwen Drive,
Niceville. :
_* Volunteers are needed for meeting
and greeting clients, providing care
for children, baking cookies, answer-
ing telephone, data entry, other cleri-
cal work, maintenance, fundraising,
and community events. If you are
interested in being part of the team,
contact Marisol Kingsbury to register
for training at 833-9237, ext. 222.
SURPLUS SALE: OWC will hold
a Surplus Sale on August 18 from 8:00
am to 4:00 p.m. at the Niceville
Campus in Building G-2. The sale is
open to the public and conducted by
dosed bid .with no prior inspection.
Property is sold in "as-is" condition.
Various items are available including
a 26-ft Sport Craft boat with trailer,
1986 and 1991 vans, 2000 and 2003
Mercury's, a 1991 Ford Ranger, a.1988
GMC cargo truck, a turf vehicle, a
John Deere tractor with front bucket
and backhoe equipment, computers,
computer parts, printers, electronic
test equipment and office type furni-
ture. For information call the OWC
Physical Plant at 729-5380
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are need-
ed to invest their time and skills in
North Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a
service to offer, time to volunteer, or
would like additional information,
please contact Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers serve in differ-
ent ways to assist both the patient and
the entire family. If you are interested,
but fear you might be uncomfortable
working directly with patients, let's
explore other areas of volunteerism
such as clerical, fundraising, bereave-
ment and public relations opportuni-
ties.
Please call Teresa Smith, Volunteer
Coordinator, at 850-689-0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you
are pregnant and concerned about
alcohol and drugs, free and confiden-
tial help is available. All pregnant
women are eligible for priority sub-
stance abuse treatment services.
Women's Intervention Services &
Education can provide you with infor-
mation and assist you in getting the
help you need. WISE serves as a client
advocate and coordinator of services
for pregnant women with substance
abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
Council. For more information, call
(850) 689-4024 in Crestview.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:


Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers to work in
the Emergency Operations Center
assisting county personnel in the
event of any natural or manmade dis-
aster affecting Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety
will open the EOC, located at the
Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster occurs.
There will be a need for data entry
volunteers.
For more information, please con-
tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
extension 230.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The J.R.L.
Conyers Masonic Lodge #364, PHA,
sponsor of the Malcolm N. Haynes Sr.


Council of The Knights of Pythagoras,
is accepting applications for member-
ship into their youth fraternity.
Membership is open to all young men
from 9 to 17 years old; however parent
or guardian must accompany them
when filling out an application.
For more information and applica-
tions, please contact either Thomas D.
Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326 or Barney L.
Bailey, Jr. at 689-3773.
The THAILAND-LAOS-CAMBO-
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.MEETINGS
PASSIONATE PAINTERS CLUB:
Meets every second Monday evening
of the month at Hughes Cabinet Shop.
Social starts at 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation call Deb at 682-2555 or Darliene
at 217-0869.
FRIENDS OF THE CRESTVIEW
LIBRARY: Meetings are on the third
Thursday of January, March, May, July,
September and November at 10:30 a.m.


at the Robert L.F. Sikes Library. The
Friends welcome new visitors and new
members.Other events celebrating the
library's anniversary will continue
through July 18 with a big band music
outdoor concert.
LUPUS SUPPORT NETWORK:
Meetings are held on the third
Saturday of every month at the
Crestview Public Library in the
Conference Room.
These support groups are spon-
sored and conducted by Lupus
Support Network. There is no charge
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SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVITIES:
To register and make reservations for
all events, please call 689-8409. The SC
classroom is at 127 E. Redstone Avenue
in Crestview.
Exercise classes Stretch, Flex &
Tone aerobics every. Monday at 9 a.m.
in the SC classroom, at a cost of $10 per
month. Line Dancing every Tuesday in
the SC Classroom at 9 a.m., $10 per
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District Board of Commissioners holds
their regular scheduled meetings every
third Thursday of the month at 490 W.
Hwy 90, Holt, in the community build-
ing at 6:30 p.m. The public is encour-
aged to attend. HOLT FIRE DEPART-
MENT TRAINING: The Holt Fire
Department holds its regular training
meeting the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at the fire sta-
tion located at 490 W. Hwy 90 in Holt.
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Melton and McCulloch united in marriage Holley to Wed Meghen Quap of Orlando


Candice Marie Melton and
Kevin John McCulloch of
Tampa, Fla. were married May
27, 2006 in Tampa aboard the
cruiseship Inspiration.
The bride is the daughter of
Harry and Bbara Melton of
Crestview. The groom's parents
are Steve and Lyrin McCulloch
of Greenwood Village, Colo.
Candice selected Cathi
Melton as her matron of honor.
Her bridesmaids were Tiffany
Koenig Krhmer, and Kristan
Keelan.
Kevin's best man was
Steven Hafertpen. His grooms-
men were Drew Gaiser and
Brad Lingle.
Candice is a graduate or
Crestview High School and
Florida State University. She
holds a degree in Marketing,
Risk Management, &
Insurance, and is an under-
writer with USAA Insurance.
Kevin earned a degree in
management from Colorado
State University. He is a depart-
ment manager at Bed, Bath &
Beyond.


Newlyweds Candice and Kevin McCulloch were married
May 27, 2006 aboard the "Inspiration," a cruise ship, in
Tampa, Fla.


Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J.
Holley would like to
announce the engagement
of their son, Anthony
Melvin Holley, to Meghan
Elizabeth Quap of Orlando,
Fla. Meghan is the daughter
of Linda and Jose Rivera and
the late John Quap.
Tony is a 2003 graduate
of Baker High School and is
attending Florida State
University for a Bachelor of
Science in Civil Engineering
in 2007.
Meghan graduated from
West Orange High School in
2002 and Florida State
University in 2006 with a
Bachelor of Science in
Psychology and a minor in
Sociology. She will be teach-
ing school in Monticello, Fla.
this year.
Upon graduation they
are planning to have a plan-
tation wedding in
Thomasville, Ga.


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Anthony Holley and his intended, Meghan Quap, are
planning a plantation wedding in Georgia.


"Kid Safe Day" hosted by the Crestview police department


The police department, with
cooperation from FEMA, is sponsor-
ing a "Kid Safe Day" to be held July
29 at the Spanish Trail Festival Park
from 900 a.m. to 6:00 pm.
Several area organizations are
participating in this year's event


There will be free bottled water spon-
sored by Wal-Mart, fresh fruit spon-
soredbyPublix andKiwians and free
hot dogs from the Department of
Children and Families. Other booths
and displays will be sponsored by
FEMA, the State of Florida Division


of Forestry, Cox Cable, the Ice Cream
Club, Mary Ester Fire Department,
North Okaloosa Medical Center,
Dewayne Bunge, Construction Sales
and Services, Wise Equipment,
United States Military, AmVets post
#35, Okaloosa County Sheriff's office,


the Crestview Police Department
and other local groups.
There will also be activities and
many different types of vehicles for
the children to explore. Gulf Poweris
bringing a bucket truck; Okaloosa
Emergency Services is bringing a


"working" ambulance; Crestview
Fire Department will have "hands
on" equipment and a fire truck;
Dorcas Fire Department is bringing a
new ladder truck; Spanish Trail
Cruisers will have several vintage
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Kolmetz to celebrate

59th anniversary


Knights of

Columbus

organization

elects

officers

and makes

$900

donation to

Biloxi VA

Hospital


The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal Catholic mens organization dedicated to making
the community a better place to live through works of charity and volunteer service.
The Knights of Columbus world-wide began its new fraternal year 2006-2007 on 1 Jul
06 and Crestview's Council 7968 recently elected new officers. Pictured are Grand
Knight Michael Quinlivan (front row third from left), Deputy Grand Knight Robert
Makowski, Chancellor Gerald Peterson, Treasurer Peter Stadts, Financial Secretary
Raymond Hornbaker, Advocate Eugene Calabro, Recorder Kris Johnson, Warden
Anselmo Gerard, Trustees Herbert Fosman, George Liedel and Daniel Dailey.
(photo submitted)


Westside Assembly of God Church Board and Members
cordially invite you to a celebration of our Pastor and
wife's 59th wedding anniversary. On Wednesday, August
9, at 7 p.m., we will have a potlunch dinner at 179 Kit
Drive. Please bring your favorite dish, and we will thank
the Lord together for all His blessings bestowed on us
and our Pastor Thomas V. Kolmetz and wife, Jean. "Just
Be There, Where We'll Never Grow Old and I'll Live On."


Bridgeway Center calendar


Social Skills, grades K-2 and
Social Skills, grades 3-5. Four one-
hour sessions, free. 833-7400 or 689-
7810.
Teen Issues/Understanding
Anger, grades 6-9, four one-hour ses-
sions, free. 833-7400 or 689-7810.
Post Hurricane Group, free, 833-
7400
Adult Coping/Skills, four one-
hour sessions, free, 833-7400 or 689-
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Crisis Line Classes are held
every year in. April and October.
Volunteers are needed to work shifts
from 8am until noon, noon until 4pm,
4pm until 6pm and 6pm until 10pm.
Call 244-9191 Fort Walton Beach or
682-0101 Crestview or e-mail the
Crisis Line Supervisor at
shobbs@bridgeway.org.
Adult Interpersonal Skills
Group, one hour ongoing group, 833-
7400 or 689-7810.
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per week.833-7400 or 689-7810
Chemical Awareness Screening
and Education class, $78, August 17
in Fort Walton Beach, 833-7474,
Basic Driver Improvement -
traffic ticket school, $30 August 12 Ft.
Walton Beach 833-7474; July 22,
Crestview 689-7938.
Advance Driving Improvement-
Su.penion traffic school, $85 August
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Z OBITUARY 47

Donald E. Hunt
Sept. 6, 1930 -July 19, 2006 ,-
.Retired Marine Donald E.
Hunt of Crestview died July
19, 2006. Mr. Hunt was born
Sept. 6, 1930 in St. Louis,
Missouri to the late Oscar and
Virgilia Hunt.
He retired from the U.S.
Marine Corps after 22 years
and proudly served during
the China, Korean and
Vietnam Wars. Mr. Hunt was
one of the last seven Marines
to leave China before the
Communist takeover.
He was stationed at El Toro
in California, where he
attained the rank of staff
sergeant. He also served as a
police officer in Perryville,
Missouri.
Mr. Hunt is survived by his
wife of 40 years, Frances JU.
Hunt; son, Don Hunt Jr.;
daughter, Terri Hunt of
California; daughter, Tammy
Northcutt, of Little Rock;
daughter, Nada Chastain of
Santa Rosa Beach; daughter,
Shannon Hill of Crestview;
and son, Dean Hunt of Texas.
He is also survived by 17
grandchildren and 5 great-
grandchildren; a sister,
Shirley Hunt, and a brother,
Bob Hunt of California.
Memorial services for Don
were held at 2 p.m. Sunday,
July 23, at Christian
International Ministries in
Santa Rosa Beach. He was
buried at Barrancas National
Cemetery at 9:30 a.m. on
Monday, July 24, 2006.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
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Changes coming
to NASCAR
Page 2B

SEC Media Day
approaching
Page 3B


CRESTVJiWNEW BULLE



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Baker camp

Gator hoops teams
welcome youngsters

Page 4B


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NEWS &
NOTES


CHS football camp
The Crestview High
School Football Camp will be
held Thursday and Friday in
Jack Foster Stadium. Camp
is for ages 5-13 and is from
4-7 p.m. on both days.
Registration is at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday. Camp cost is $30
and includes a T-shirt. For
details, contact Matt Brunson
at (850) 689-7177 (x613).

CAYA signups
Another season of
Crestview Area Youth
Association (CAYA) football
and cheerleading is fast
approaching. Registration for
the upcoming season is on
Saturday mornings from 9
a.m.-noon in the 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. 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 Baker Area Youth
Association is hosting a
youth football and cheerlead-
ing camp through 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 ihis time.
Youths who have n6ot artidi-
pated in the BAYA .program
during the last two years
must bring a birth certificate
and proof of insurance.
Registration for the BAYA
men's softball season will
take place in July on
Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday nights after 5:30 p.m.
Cost is $400 per team. For
more information, call (850)
537-4549 or call Sharon at
(850) 682-1840.

Little League
Crestview Little League will
hold fall baseball registration
Saturday at Garden City Park.
Saturday registration will also
be held August 5 at Garden
City Park and Walgreens and
on August 12 on Main Street
in front of Hideaway Pizza and
at Garden City Park.
Registration will also be held
August 6 from 2-6 p.m. at
Wal-Mart. Saturday registra-
tion times are 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
at all locations. For more
information, call (850) 423-
1011 or check out the league
Web site at
www.eteamz.com/crestviewll.

Lions golf
The Crestview Lions Club
Golf Tournament will be held
July 29 at Foxwood Country
Club. Registration is at 8 a.m.
with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun
start. Format is four person
Florida Lowball. Entry fee is
$45 ($35 for Foxwood
Country Club members).
Proceeds help the Lions Club
provide eye examinations and
eyeglasses to local residents
in need. Contact Foxwood
Country Club at (850) 682-
2012 or Dr. Tom Streeter at
(850) 758-5981 for details.

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High school sports




Paying the price


High fuel costs

concern the

local schools
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Baker football coach and
athletic director Bob Kellogg
kept a wary eye on the rising
gas prices during his daily
drive to his office this summer.
Kellogg cringed when
most fuel prices topped the
$3 mark last week, knowing
the Gator athletic department
can't afford
many budget-
ary surprises.
"It is defi-
nitely a fear,"
he said.
The coach-
es and admin-
irELLOGG istrators at the
KELLOGG three north
Okaloosa County high
schools say the rising fuel
prices haven't had a direct
effect on their sports pro-
grams yet. They do hope
the issue dies down soon -
along with the fuel costs.
"We would be as pleased
as anyone to see a decline in
the gas prices," Crestview
principal Andy Johnson said.
The Baker athletic pro-
grains cur-rently hav" an
arrangement where travel
funds do not come from the
athletic department coffers so
long as the Gator coaches
drive their own buses.
And if that arrangement
changed?
"It would kill us," Kellogg
said.
"I know we wouldn't be
able to travel to any track
meets," added Baker track
coach David Oglesby.
The fuel costs hurt the
Gator sports programs on
two fronts.
Baker teams must travel
at least two counties away


Photo illustration by Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
The coaches and administrators at the three high schools in north Okaloosa County Baker, Laurel Hill and Crestview -
are wary of the effect that rising gas prices could have on their athletics programs.


on a regular basis to play
against schools of similar
size.
The Gator football team
will travel an average of 78
miles to, its five road contests
this season. By comparison,
Crestview's football team
will travel an average of 55
miles to its three away
games.


"Every time I asked how
far away a game was, people
always told me, 'About an
hour,'" Kellogg said.
The' gas prices albo affect
the Gator coaches who reside:
in Pensacola. Some Baker
assistants pay over $10 in gas
every day to get to work.
"I haven't had any kids
tell me they couldn't make it


to practice because of the gas
prices, but some of my coach-
es have," Kellogg said, only
half-jokingly.
Laurel Hill principal
Rodney Nobles said his
school set aside more money
than usual for travel costs
when it drew up its budget.
"We were going by what
everyone was saying, that it


was going to be higher,"
Nobles said. "We basically
budgeted for it,
"But if it 'continues to
climb and gets in the $4
range, then we could have a
situation."
Nobles wonders if the
FHSAA might have to shuffle
See PRICE, page 4B


Sour situation offers chance for sweet matchups


An abundance of snow
days (the northern equiva-
lent of school days missed
because of a hurricane) once
forced my elementary school
to hold classes on a
Saturday.
"It's a lemon of a day,"
our principal told the angry
mob of students. "But we'll
try to make lemonade."
North Okaloosa County's
three high school athletic
programs face a potential
lemon of a situation if gas
prices remain in the strato-
sphere. Coaches and admin-
istrators at Crestview, Baker
and Laurel Hill say the high
fuel costs haven't had a
direct impact on the schools'
athletic programs, but could
become a concern.


The three schools could
sugar coat the situation by
doing something I've advo-
cated everywhere I've ever
lived: Play as many contests
as possible against local
rivals.
Plenty of people would
argue against such an idea,
but the benefits outweigh
the negatives.
Argument: Crestview
would have nothing to gain
and everything to lose play-
ing smaller schools.
Counterargument: It's an
overused cliche and we
sportswriters know overused
cliches. Crestview faced
Baker or Laurel Hill 13 times
in seven different sports last
season. The Bulldogs lost
three of those events. Can


you honestly rei
three? Didn't th
Crestview athlel
ment didn't lose
self-worth just b
beat the Bulldog
weightlifting.
Argument: Cr
needs to play bi
to prepare for d
petition.
Counterargum
Bulldogs can ba
contests against


schools with more games
Passini against Class 5A and Class
6A schools.. Plus, many
Shots Crestview teams already
play games against Class 1A
and Class 2A competition.
Kyle Argument: The average
Wright Baker or Laurel Hill team
just can't compete at
member all Crestview's level.
ink so. The Counterargument: Use
tic depart- some common sense. Sure, a
all sense of football meeting last year
because Baker between Crestview and an
gs in girls incredibly young Baker team
would not have helped any-
estview body. But in a few years, the
gger schools Gators surely could fill the
district com- role of a school like Jay on a
CHS schedule.
lent: The On to the benefits.
lance their Games pitting local rivals
t local small generate more attention, thus


generating more attendance,
thus generating more money
for the local high schools. I
don't have the stats to prove
it, but it's safe to say the
Crestview-Laurel Hill boys
basketball games last winter
ranked among the most prof-
itable events either program
hosted last year.
Oh, and games between
local rivals would help
everyone save a few dollars
at the pump.
Maybe even enough to
buy a lemonade to drink
during the game.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor. He can
be reached at (850) 682-6524,
or by email at
kwright@crestviewbulletin.com.


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The Faithfulness, Discipline, Diligence, Inc. (FDD) 13 and Under basketball team, including
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Darin Webster, AJ Shephard and Tre Fields. Middle row from left are Matt Cooper, Kyle
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2006


a SPORTS BRIEFS


Summer hoops


ANNOUNCEMENTS
ENTERPRISE-OZARK BAS-
KETBALL CAMP: Enterprise-Ozark
Community College will host several
basketball camps this summer. Post
Players camp for boys and girls in
grades 6 and up will be held July 27-29.
Camp is from 1:30 p.m.-6 p.m. on July
27-28, and from 9 a.m.-noon on July
29. Cost is $65. Camps will take place
at the EOCC gym. For details, contact
John Ayers at (334) 347-2623 x2303, or
(334) 806-5928.
MARINES CHARITY 5K: The
Marine Corps Aviation Association and
Marine Corps League 5K Charity
Run/Walk is set for Sept. 16 in down-
town Pensacola. Entrants will compete
alongside 3,000 Marines and service
members. The event supports local
charities benefiting people with devel-
opmental disabilities. Runners receive
race T-shirts. Entrants can register
online at www.childrensrun.org prior to
Sept. 1 to receive a discounted entry
fee. Pre-race packet pickup will be from
4-7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Seville Quarter. For
more information on all related events
and charities, contact the race staff at
(850) 452-9460, or visit the race Web
site at www.childrensrun.org.
LITTLE LEAGUE MEETING:
Crestview Little League will hold a
General Membership Meeting on
August 5 at 2 p.m. at the trailer locat-
ed at 6330 Garden City Road in
Garden City Park. The meeting is for
the purpose of discussing and amend-
ing Crestview Little League's constitu-
tion and by-laws. For more informa-
tion, or if you cannot attend but wish
to obtain an absentee ballot, please
contact the league secretary at (850)
689-3604.
SOFTBALL TOURNEY: The
Okaloosa Heart and Vascular Men's
C/D Softball Tournament will be held
August 5. Registration deadline is
Friday. Tournament will be held at the
Fort Walton beach Fairgrounds. Entry
fee is $175. Double elimination with a
75-minute time limit. Trophies to top
three places. Home Run Derby cham-
pion also receives a prize. All proceeds
benefit the American Heart
Association. For details, contact
Sharon 'at (850) 682-1840 or call
Okaloosa Heart and Vascular at (850)
682-7212.
BULLDAWG CLASSIC GOLF:
The CHS Quarterback Club Bulldawg
Classic golf scramble will take place
Aug. 5 at Foxwood Country Club.


Format is three person scramble.
Signups begin at 7 a.m. Shotgun start
at 8 a.m. Entry fee is $50 in advance
($60 day of event) and includes greens
fees, cart and lunch provided by
Sonny's. Cash prizes. Other games
include closest to the pin and long
drive. The tournament is looking for
sponsors and donations. For more
information, contact B.J. Thomhave at
(850) 682-2012.
PUNT, PASS AND KICK: The
Escambia County Parks and
Recreation Department and the City
of Pensacola Parks and Recreation
Department proudly announce the
NFL Pepsi Punt, Pass & Kick pro-
gram. This event will be held August
13 at the Ensley Football Fields at
John R. Jones Athletic Park, 555 E.
Nine Mile Road, Pensacola, Florida.
Registration will be open from 1-2
p.m. The competition starts at 2 p.m.
Boys and girls, ages 8 through 15 are
eligible to participate and admission is
free. Girls and boys in four separate
age divisions (8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and
14-15) compete against each other in
punting, passing and place kicking in
a fun and engaging forum. For more
information, please contact the
Escambia County Parks and
Recreation Department at (850) 475-
5220.
DESTIN COED SOFTBALL:
Adult Coed Fall Softball League will
begin the week of August 14, at the
Morgan Sports Center in Destin. A
mandatory team captain's meeting will
be held at 6 p.m. August 1 at the
Morgan Sports Center office. The
league will be offering Divisions I, II,
III, and IV. Team fees are $275. The
team fees are due before teams will be
placed on the schedule. Individual fees
of $10 for Destin residents (must show
proof of residency), and $30 for non-
residents must be paid before player is
eligible to play. For more information,
please call 650-1241. Persons with dis-
abilities who require assistance to par-
ticipate in this meeting are requested
to notify the Recreation Manager at
(850) 650-1241 at least 48 hours in
advance.
PACEMAKERS 775: The next
Pacemakers will be 775 format on
Aug. 14 at Foxwood Country Club.
Event starts at 8:30 a.m. Entry fee is
$12 for members and $19 for non-
members. For details, contact B.J.
Thomhave at (850) 682-2012 or (850)
826-2012.


CHS FOOTBALL CAMP: The
Crestview High School Football Camp
will be held July 27-28 in Jack Foster
Stadium. Camp is for ages 5-13 and is
from 4-7 p.m. on both days. Registration
is at 3:30 p.m. Camp cost is $30 and
includes a T-shirt. Players should bring
cleats or tennis shoes and dress for hot
weather. For details, contact Matt
Brunson at (850) 689-7177 (x613).
CHRISTIAN THOMHAVE
GOLF TOURNEY: The Christian
Thomhave Memorial Golf Tournament
will take place Oct. 13 at Foxwood
Country Club. The tournament benefits
a scholarship fund at Okaloosa-Walton
College. Shotgun start at 1 p.m. Format
is two- person Florida Lowball pre-
flighted according to handicap or play-
ing ability. Prizes in each flight. Entry
fee is $44 for each golfer ($34 for
Foxwood members). For more informa-
tion, call (850) 682-2012 or (850) 826-
2012.
BOW WORKSHOP: The next
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW)
workshop will be held October 6-8 at the
4-H Center near Columbiana in Shelby
County, Ala. The Alabama Department
of Conservation and Natural Resources
sponsors the workshop for women ages
18 and up. BOW offers beginner-level
skills training for a variety of activities.
Participants take four different classes
during the weekend and may choose
from activities such as backyard
wildlife, nature crafts, mountain biking,
fishing, hunting, canoeing, nature crafts,
archery, ATV handling, motor boat han-
dling, and more. This session also
includes a new class: pine needle basket
making. Participants can also obtain
their Hunter Education Certification and
Boating Safety Certification during the
weekend event. Instructors are
Department of Conservation employees
and volunteers who enjoy sharing their
skills with beginners. Although not
required, participants may bring their
own equipment for use in the sessions.
Registration is $199, and covers all
meals, dormitory lodging, program
materials and instruction. Enrollment is
limited to 130 applicants, and classes fill
up fast. To register, visit the Department
of Conservation's Web site at www.out-
dooralabama .com/outdoor-
adventures/Events_for_women/bow/.
For additional information, contact
Sylvia Payne, Information and
Education Section at 1-800-262-3151; e-
mail: Sylvia.Payne@dcnr.alabama.gov;
Web site: www.outdooralabama.com.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker girls basketball players Chelsea Combest (right) and Courtney Fountain (middle)
work with Eileen Brown during a rebounding drill Tuesday during the first day of the Gator
basketball program's fundraiser camp In the Baker School gym. The Gator varsity players
and coaches provided the instruction for over 50 youths. The camp concludes today.


PRICE, from page 1B


its district assignments,
should gas prices continue to
climb.
Laurel Hill competes in a
relatively compact district
extending from Pensacola
to Paxton. Nobles looks at
some of Niceville's pro-
grams some Eagle teams
must travel as far as
Tallahassee and Gainesville
for district contests and
wonders how the Hoboes'


budget would hold up
under similar circum-
stances
"I can see that being a.
burden," Nobles said. "That
could get kind of hairy."
FHSAA spokesperson
Hariette Peebles said gas
prices caused some travel
difficulties in Orange
County during the 2005-06
school year, but that no
FHSAA members have


asked the organization to
resolve any fuel price issues.
Johnson and Crestview
athletic director Matt
Brunson say the high gas
prices have not affected any
Bulldog schedules or travel
plans for the upcoming year.
"Our travel costs will be
higher," Crestview football
coach and athletic director
Matt Brunson said. "But
that's about it."


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2006 BUSINESS


Parthenon announces Nurse and


C.N.A of the Year


Parthenon Healthcare of
Crestview is proud to
announce that Virginia
Deaton, RN, has been select-.
ed as the Nurse of the Year
for 2006.
Virginia was 'born on


August 8, 1935 in Virginia.
She has one daughter and
one grandson. Virginia has
been working at Parthenon
for 3 1/2 years as the night
supervisor. She went to
nursing school in Tennessee,


received her LPN license,
after several years, she
decided to further her career
by going back to school at
Jefferson Davis and got her
RN. She enjoys reading and
painting in her spare time.


Pelican Realty breaks ground on


their new office building


Photo by / Ken Nielsen
On July 20, Pelican Realty broke ground for their new offices located at 5210 S. Ferdon
Blvd. Pictured from left to right are; Mike Baldree, Loren Tate, Joan Baldree, Thomas
Williams, Julie Lawson, Wayne Harris, Mel Wier, and Chris Lawson.


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lean on Holiday sle. Her' purse
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Emerald Csast Crime sclbpeeistpay
Scash r o tolo t a donnio calteCin it'
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artier ,o a ecidle It struck and killed
AMIve HolbW,6k as ha o "o.
the :raXt on his' bts' ycle ;! lqttday,,
e.eniiing. March1 I '
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woay inops to report any.ssopioW. 'dsr'


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heips sathor.ntes identify:'tie'bf aral.
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trom the Heaith Smdtn Paql.Jtted a-,
)09 Nc.rui State Road :1I slats at -
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Fetrarv 15.L 4 20,04 .
The burglar entered he busnlese by.
irced entry io the fnt door) acovtLg
ih' aimnn. ariJ look several d fit nn drf
pre.crnp.cr medication. The .b iarJis,
L iiencj a .sa wbite mail. wedhg a ballot
cap icket and blue jeans :'wtssi -
ri<:,J ra eaMended cat- piksp ick.'
redJ in rrol, of the peaalsu y at the tdm.
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Meadors hit and ruin
1il ,ii 'ho lest authoedler to die dnver of
a echle thal truck a killed'aid J5-yeas.
,ld ila ir. Desn An addtidnl ,S.6 Whu .
been' ied by the iicim's mother as a
hIo. reur-d. Okaloosa County Sheriff
Caulc Morris has also offered a $1.000
v., aid
On Ajuu. t10. 2012, Michelle Meadcs
i L.:.un,,.dl. Kuotauc ass smokby: a
pihup truckL lh ran offor 0 Aighiiy ,_
in Dcsun and onto the sidewalk..
P.netLur died irom her injuries [hifltlo.-'
'rn, ay The truck thaiatock beI coaltisied.
e...ib.und and leir.the area.withdiltUIof-'
paqir d'lr.eses descrbe the vehicle ai a
lull *le: p,.k-up trck with extended cab.
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Parthenon's staff and res-
idents want to thank
Virginia for her hard work
and dedication to PHC.
PHC is also proud to
announce
that Lisa
Smith,
CNA, has
b e e n
selected as
our C.N.A.
of the Year.
Lisa was
born on
September
16, 1981, in
Homa, LA. Virginia
She attend- Deaton, RN
ed the
CNA class
a t
Parthenon,

certified
and has

employed
for over a
year and a
half with
PHC. I Lisa Smith
her spare time s!'~njoys
watching movies, shopping
and spending time with her
family.
Parthenon's staff and res-
idents want to thank Lisa for
her hard work and dedica-
tion to PHC.


;s wanted by Crime Stoppers


sasti Mat.iea i{.pi..n O l6'''4-
17 71 3! ,eartold iV
W~nStaBuk Ha l..*s Ftc.
Fel U~su Oft Co L,,,a~e &..
10, cane)6at'rrrrrrLK.A flAB


Donald Ray Alford, W/m 03-27- Donna Ma Beth ULinder, W/f 10- Theresa Genice Duperon, B/f 12-
66 39 years old, 5'07" 180 14-81 24 years old, 5'08" tall 27-76 29 years old, 5'02" 145
pounds Brown Hair Green Eyes. Brown Hair. Fel: Poss. of Cocaine pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Aggravated Battery & with Intent to Distribute. Possibly Fel: VOP Fraudulent Use of
Resisting Arrest without in the Mary Esther Area Credit Card
Violence. LKA: Crestview


lohnr. Cr.t:.,r.per Free e W.m I.1- Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m Jason D. Jones, B/M. black hair,
:6 6i 1 .e-,,r. oli d. : *':: 06-09-72, 33 years old, 5'08" brown eyes. 27 years old (06-06-
pous,i. B.T..-n Hu.r H.zel E ,e. 132 pounds Brown Hair Blue 78), 6 ft. tall, 175 lbs. Violation
Fei \OPA Agimaled A A .ih Eyes. Fel: VOP- Possession of ofprobationonoriginalchargeof
crL..L L KA N.ce,5ie Controlled Substance. LKA: arson.
Crestview


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Cr .riIe. Lec. rap Rtage. Ir t em
i'.-"- 4) years old. '' 2?
po.und Broan Hoar Hael Eve'.
Fei VqP-FrauaJleri ULe oft
Cedil Cara A Grand Theit
LKA. Pen.hcola


Aleshia Lalita Silva, B/f 01-18-
1984 22 years old, 5'06" 130
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes
Fel: Grand Theft. LKA: FWB


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds
Black Hair One Brown Eye &
One with a Bluish Tint. Pel:
Aggravated Battery with a
Firearm. Considered armed &
dangerous. LKA: Crestview


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Tlenaa J Co ,i 6 t :1. I 72 11, Michael Shawn Elis, W/m07-29-
yea.. ol3 5 '-I I"1 p-:.'ndsi .7 34 years old. 5'08" 150
Blonde Hair Creenr E,e Fel: pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
VOP- Pi., 0 C,-:.,,u.:.rld Pl: VOP Burglary & Grand
Sub.Ltane & Po, '.f Tl-eft. LKA: Milton
Parapnerrffal. LKA L,,ctl HJill


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Russell Wayne Stephens, W/m
07-05-75 30 years old, 6'08" 240
pounds. Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Burglary of Structure
& Grand Theft


Rodriges Lavon George, B/m 06-
21-1984 22 years old, 6'0" Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Home
Invasion Robbery, Aggravated
Assault & Grand Theft


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m 06-
21-62 43 years old. 5'06", 250
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA:
Baker


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63.75 3- )yers id 11 'ift
pI..'n BlJak H-r Bi:-.-. E,,e Cedric Sherard Brown, B/m 01- Ayohua "Fausto" Tehuintle AKA
rel VOP Fel..ns Crimr,,, 31-1971 35 years old, 5'09" 160 Luis Hernandez, H/m 11-19-74
M.t.r.ief LKR' Delun.a pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes. 31 years old, 5'08" 150 pounds.
Spring. Fel: Sale of Cocaine. LKA: FWB Black Hair Brown Eyes. Pel:

NOT PIC TIRED: Michael R. McConnel, W/m 06-21-61 44 years old, 5'09" 160 pounds
Brc..n Hair Hiazel Ee. FPej Grand Theft, Fraud & Exploitation of the Elderly. LKA: Shalimar


Kenneth Charles McCoy, wfm 11-
01-57 47 years old, 6'0" 260
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Lewd & Lascivious
Acts upon a Child. LKA: FWB


Richard Charles Nunn, Jr., W/m
05-11-76 29 years old. 6'02" 230
pounds Shaved Head Blue Eyes.
Fel: Poss. of Controlled
Substance & Poss. of Marijuana
& PCP with Intent to Sell


Allen Junior Coles, B/m 09-04-81
24 years old, 6'02" 211 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: VOP
- Poss. of Cont. Substance with
Intent to Distribute & Poss. of
Cocaine. LKA: FWB


Dennis Raymond Lewis, B/m 10-
15-1971 34 years old, 6'01" 217
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Counts of Grand
Theft.


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Ricky Bernard Wilson, B/m 01-
18-65 41 years old, 5'08" 180
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Non-Payment of Child
Support. LKA:FWB


Dominique Lawrence White, Charles Lace Surry, W/m 01-15-
W/m 02-27-73 32 years old, 6'01" 63 42 years old, 5'10" 195
174 pounds Black Hair Dark pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Eyes. Fel: VOP-False Fel: VOP-Grand Theft.
Imprisonmen. LKA: Destin


David Randall Bessent, W/m 10-
19-56, 49 years old, 5'11" 180
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Pel: FTA- Trafficking in Stolen
Property


Vonsha Montrez Marshall, B/m
02-13-82 23 y. o., 6'01" 180 lbs.,
Black hair brown eyes. Fel: lewd
& lascivious exhibition.lewd and
lasc. molestation, sexual perform-
ance by a child, showing pornogra-
phy to a minor & contributing to
the delinquency of a minor.


Gerald Thomas Boswell, W/m
12-06-65 40 years old, 6'03"
Gray Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Robbery & Aggravated Assault.
LKA: Bonifay


Herbert Eugene Morgan, W/m
03-11-1945 61 years old, 5'08"
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft. LKA: Destin


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* BUILDING PERMITS

Sundance Way, Holt. Manufactured build-
City Of Crestview ing by Herring Construction, Plumbing
S. and Mechanical by Pollock's Heating and
building permits Cooling. Anders Homes, Kingston
7/5: 1950 PJ Adams Parkway, Road, Crestview, Single family dwelling
Construction by Cosco & Associates, Inc. by Homeowner. HLOT Family, 6210,
7/6: Wayne Lawrence Adams, 322 6206 and 6208 Flash Lane, Crestview,
Sidewinder Loop, Construction by Adams Single family dwelling by Bell Family
Homes of Northwest Florida, Inc. Homes. R&B Construction, 2480, 2490,
Ronald G Tuttle, 110 Nivana Drive, 2494 and 2488 Lakeview Drive,
Construction by Holiday Builders. Crestview, Irrigation by Quality by Design.
7/7: Wayne Lawrence Adams, 233 Whitworth Buildings, 3072 Border Creek
Raptor Drive, Construction by Adams Road, Crestview, Mechanical by John
Homes of Northwest Florida, Inc. Boutwell. Holiday Builders, 2413
7/10: Derek Edward Wyatt, 407 Halfmoon Lane, Crestview, Mechanical
Serene Court, Construction by Wyatt, Inc. by John Boutwell. Holiday Builders,
7/12: Wayne L Adams, 201, 109 and 2421, Lake Silver Road, Crestview,
102 Citadel Lane, Construction by Adams Electrical by Richardson Enterprises. *
Homes of Northwest Florida. Wayne L Centerline Development, 3074 Border
Adams, 410 Plate Drive, Construction by Creek Road, Crestview, Gas by Amore
Adams Homes of Northwest Florida. Plumbing Company. Ronald and Patsy
Williamson, 1216 Tallokas Road,
Okaloosa County Crestview, Electrical by Carter Electric.
James Morgan, 4933 Galliver Cut Off,
uilding- prrmits Baker, Electrical by Carter Electric. *
building permits Jennifer Stokes, 7681 Steele Mill Creek
7/5: Alton Teems, 2245 Titanium Road, Laurel Hill, Electrical by Carter
Drive, Crestview, Electrical by Avalon Electric.
Electric. Gordon and Virginia Tew, 3085 7/12: Amy Browning, 5452 Mare
Astro Drive, Crestview, Gas by Zachary's Creek Drive, Crestview, Home occupa-
Gas Services. B & H Contracting, 100 tion. Holiday Builders 2395 and 2390
Point Center Road, Crestview, Electrical Cumberland Way, Crestview, Electrical by
by Nell Redmond. Richard and Chong Richardson Ent. and Plumbing by
Suk Pavone, 431 Shoal Lake Drive, Southern Plumbing and Gas. Dorothy
Crestview, Plumbing by Everson Lee, 3067 Locke Lane, Crestview, Gas by
Plumbing. Carmelo and Cheryl Anaya, Amerigas. Amanda Foley, 2953 Adams
2848 Old Mill Way, Crestview, Home Road, Crestview, Plumbing and Mobile
occupation. John Jr. and Beverly Scott, Home by B&B Mobile Home Services. *
1040 Farmer Street, Crestview, Plumbing Daniel and Jillian Coon, 6110 Blueberry
by Southern Plumbing and Gas. Lane, Crestview, Gas by Hamilton
Okaloosa Community Development Corp, Cooling and Heating. Richard and
2175 Hagood Loop, Crestview, Plumbing Maryann Rossi, 4007 Randi Road,
by Always Plumbing Company. Scott Crestview, Electrical by American
Kearney, 5373 Hwy 393, Crestview, Electric. Whitworth Builders, 3076
Home occupation. Kenneth and Peggy Border Creek, Crestview, Electrical by
Day, 479 Woodpecker Lane, Holt, Richardson Ent. Ronald Alter, 5298 Colt
Electrical by King Electric. Drive, Crestview, General building permit
7/6: Jake House Jr., 2684 McDavid by Myrick House Movers. William
Road, Crestview, General building permit Eagle, 623 Melton Road, Baker,
by House Construction. Okaloosa Mechanical and Electrical by
Development Company, 4640, 4648 Homeowner. OKLCO, 5307 Marilea
Bobolink Way and 5186 Azalea Ave, Court, Crestview, Single family dwelling
Crestview, Mechanical by Ken Harper by Centennial Development Corp.
A/C. Albert and Rhonda Henry, 4845 L 7/13: Penny Creek Corp, 3321 Willow
Adams Road, Holt, Mechanical by Ken Drive, Crestview, Mechanical by
Harper. Alabaster Hill, 8245 Thames Downings A/C. Robert and Kathleen
Road, Baker, Gas by Emerald Coast Gas Randojo, 5534 Sam Carver Road,
Piping. HLOT Family, 6204 Flash Lane, Crestview, Electrical by Crestview
Crestview, Single Family Dwelling by Bell Electric. Bascom Grant Jr, 2780 Lake
Family Homes. Centerline Silver Road, Crestview, Electrical by
Development, Border Creek Road, Crestview Electric. Billy Adams, 5410
Crestview, Single Family Dwelling and Lowell Mason Road, Crestview, Single
Electrical by West Florida Homes. family dwelling by SS Steele & Company.
William Hazard, 5392 Mare Creek Drive, Michael and Madge Pickens, 518 Hwy
Crestview, Home occupation. Holiday g90 West, Crestview, Plumbing by Faith
Builders, 2408 Cumberland Way, Mechanical. Roger and Yongsun
Crestview, Single Family Dwelling by Grube, Eagle Way, Crestview, Single fam-
Homeowner. Peggy Lawson, 7816 ily dwelling by Parkers Pool and
Harper Road, Laurel Hill, Accessory Construction. Gary and Terry Anderson,
structures by 2nd Generation 4454 Lyons Place, Holt, Singe family
Contracting. Kevin King, 5665 dwelling by Gamble Construction. *
Cherokee NeNe, Crestview, Single Stewart and Sons, Georgia Ave, Baker,
Family Dwelling by Homeowner. Tonia Electrical by Crestview Electric. Cynthia
Henderson, 1908 Cotton Creek Road, Palmer, 6589 Bill Lundy Road, Laurel Hill,
Baker, Single Family Dwelling by Jacob Accessory structure by Homeowner. *
Locke Construction. Glen Thompson, 4124 Sundance Way,
7/7: Kathy Simmons, 3826 Golden Holt, Plumbing and Electrical by
Acres Circle, Crestview. Single family Homeowner. Ronald Alter, 5298 Colt
dwelling by Jay Terrell Construction. Drive, Crestview, Electrical, Mechanical,
James Roberson, 5328 Vemon Taylor Plumbing and Foundation by
Road, Baker. Plumbing by Lee Byrd Homeowner. Freddie and Susan Spears,
Plumbing. Okaloosa Community 2864 and 2860 Shoffner Ave, Crestview,
Development Corp., 5181 Rosebud Single family dwelling by Hammerhead
Avenue, Cornerstone Construction & Construction. Bonnie Mitchell, 182 John
Development. 4540 Goldfinch Way, King Road, Crestview, Home occupation.
Crestview. Mechanical by Oglesby Whitworth Builders, Border Creek Road,
Heating & A/C. Okaloosa Community Crestview, Single family dwelling by West
Development Corp, 4571 CanaryWay, Florida Homes. Timothy Tarpley, 121
Crestview. Mechanical by Oglesby, -.llwoo'psive, Grestwew, Singlet6pmily
&eatng & A/C. Jariand David Baxter ', w in by Ti m ri C-" in. ior
342 iohn King Road, Crestview. General Dwiht Dunford, 5325 Fox Hound Lane. I
building permitby-homeowner. -Opal and- Baker, Mechanical Dy Hilons Heal and
Thomas Walker, 6549 Hwy. 3939, A/C. JW Homes, 6024 Dorchester
Crestview. Electrical by homeowner. Place, Mechanical by Hiltons Heat and
HLOT Family Ltd. Ptr., 2600 Corner A/C
Creek Road, Crestview. Mechanical by 7/14:Travis and Cheryl Davis, 5505
Calvin's Heating and Air-Conditioning. 8 Jay Bird Lane, Baker, Mechanical by
Danny and Sharon Mullis, 4339 Macks Heat and A/C. Roger and
Horseshoe Lane, Holt. Single family Yongsun Grube, Eagle Way, Crestview,
dwelling. Plumbing by Faith Mechanical. William
7/10: Holiday Builders, 2408 and Josiane Judson, 3421 Melissa Lane,
Cumberland Way, Crestview. Electrical by Crestview, Electrical by Homeowner. *
Richardson Enterprises. Kenneth and Holly and Jeffery Harris, 5747 JV Wooley
Dorothy Sherrill, 4727 Whitewater Lane, Road, Crestview, Home occupation. '*
Crestview. Electrical by White Sands Mike Tyson, 3074 Airport Road,
Electric.* R & B Construction, 2458 South Crestview, Electrical and Gas by
Lakeview Drive, Crestview. Plumbing by Homeowner. Travis arid Cheryl Davis,
Reeves Plumbing. Melissa and Stephen 5505 Jay Bird Lane, Baker, Gas by
Bumgardner, 423 Shoal Lake Drive, Zachary's Gas Services. Malcolm
Crestview. Plumbing by Everson Spears, 4624 Chanan Drive and 2614
Plumbing. David and Sonia Miller, 1447 Brodie Lane, Crestview, Irrigation by
Sky Ranch Drive, Baker Gas by Jesse Alford. Whitworth Builders, 5441
Zachary's Gas Services. Russel and East Brook Drive, Crestview, Irrigation by
Cynthia Currie, 2682 Lake Silver Road, Jesse Alford. Terrence and Susan,
Crestview, Gas by Zachary's Gas Bames, 838 James Lee Blvd, Crestview,
Services. Bemice, Leon and Donna Irrigation by Jesse Alford. Alton Ward,
Wooten, 1130 Stanley Lane, Baker, 2921 Patch Ave, Crestview, Gas and
Electrical by Homeowner. Heritage Electrical by Homeowner. Adams
Plantation, 3201 Heritage Plantation Homes, 2397 Barberee Drive, Crestview,
Drive, Laurel Hill, Accessory structure by Electrical by Richardson Ent. *
Russell Construction. Crestview Cornerstone Construction ,and
Acquisition Corporation, 5486 Fairchild Developrment, 5151 Eagle Way and 4665
Road, Crestview, Accessory structure by Falcon Way, Crestvlew, Plumbing by
Dorsey Construction Company. *Jennifer Always Plumbing Company. James
Stokes, 7681 Steele Mill Creek Road, Morgon, 4933 Galliver Court, Plumbing
Laurel Hill, Plumbing by Stoner Plumbing. by Stoner Plumbing. Mary Brown, 4620
HLOT Family, 6204 Flash Lane, Seigler Street, Windows by CTG
Crestvlew, Electrical by Richardson Ent. Improvements. Fatima Herman, 2807
7/11: Tim Tarpley Construction, 196 Dunlop Lane, Crestview, Roof by Britton
Mary Lane, Crestview. Electrical and Brothers. Larry and Vicki Holcombe,
Mechanical by King Electric. Gordon 6081 West Dogwood Drive, Crestview,
and Virginia Tew, 3085 Astro Drive, Electrical by Casey Electric. Charies
Crestview. Electrical and Mechanical by Marks, 28 Sky Lane, Holt, Electrical by
King Electric. Stevon and Elizabeth Casey Electric. Richard and Daryl
Creech, Wilkerson Bluff Road, Holt. Riddle, 6198 Garden City, Crestview,
Manufactured building and Plumbing by Electrical by Casey Electric. Robert
Johns Mobile Home Service. La Rita Hutto, 1823 Cotton Creek Road, Baker,
Parker, 6475 Garden City Road, Home occupation.
Crestview, Electrical by Homeowner. 7/17: HLOT family, 2600 Corner
Holiday Builders 3076 Border Creek Creek Road, Crestview, Burglar/fire alarm
Road, Crestview. Single family dwelling. by Home Systems. William and
Thomas and Sandra Rado, 5511 Royal Caterlna Trimm, 522 Hwy 90 West, Holt,
Street, Crestview. General building permit Electrical by Don Wheells Electric. *
by Majors Home Improvement. Henry Anders Home, 2568 Kingston Road,

and Thressa Price, 5308 and 5310 Crestvlew, Electrical by Crest Electric
Cavalier Drive, Crestview, Electrical by Company.
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Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 6B


SBS Auto Sales makes Okaloosa County Free and Reduced meal prices


community donations


Rick Gatliff of
SBS Autos, Inc.
donated $250 to
the Crestview
Fire and Police
Departments.
He is shown
here with Sgt. Al
Humphrey (left)
of the Crestview
Police
Department.



Accepting a
$250 donation
from Rick Gatliff
(right) is
Assistant Chief
Tony Holland of
the Crestview
Fire
Department.


Wesleyan Child Care Center

- is excited to introduce our new

PART/TIME ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

| beginning in August


FOR CHILDREN 3 & 4 YEARS OF AGE


Tall Pines Christian Academy

Now under new administration


EnrollNow for Fall, ..
* ChristiahnAcademics
*PreK: 3/4 yr olds
* VPK -for Fall
* Accredited K 12th
* Affordable Tuition
Disability and Income-based
scholarships available


Academic Excellence and
Extraordinary Guidance

An atmosphere designed
to promote the spiritual,
intellectual, physical and
social growth of each student.


Now accepting. applications
for Fall 06-07
* Instructors
* Instructor assistants
* Maintenance/Janitorial

Please apply at the
following address


100 Duggan Ave.
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-2730
Open Mon Fri
6am- 6pm


FL Dept. of Children & Families Lic. # C010K0065
Accredited by Florida Council of Private Schools


Okaloosa County School
District has announced its
policy for Free and Reduced
Price Meals for students
under the National School
Lunch and Breakfast
Programs. Any interested
person may review a copy of
the policy by contacting Jean
Turner at 202 B Highway 85
North, Niceville, FL. 32578;
(850) 301-3027.
Household size and
income criteria will be used
to determine eligibility.
These criteria can be found
on the chart below. Children
from families whose income
is at or below the levels
shown may be eligible for
Free or Reduced Price
Meals. An application can
not be approved unless it
contains complete eligibility
information. Once
approved, meal benefits are
good for an entire year. You
need not notify the organiza-
tion of changes in income
and household size.
Application forms are
being sent to all homes with
a letter to parents or
guardians. To apply for Free
or Reduced Price Meals,
households must complete
the application and return it
to school. Additional copies
are available at the princi-
pal's office in each school.
The information provided
on the application will be
used for the purpose of
determining eligibility and
may be verified at any time
during the school year.
Applications may be sub-
mitted at any time during
the year.
Households that receive
Food Stamps or TANF
(Temporary Assistance to
Needy Families) are
required to list on the appli-
cation only the child's name,
Food Stamp / TANF case
number, and signature of
adult household member.
Foster children may
receive benefits based on the
child's personal income
regardless of 'the income of
t 'io"hoeeh -
Households 'with chil-
dren who are considered
migrants, homeless, or run-
away should contact the dis-
trict liaison, Jenny
Calderone, at 850-833-5861.
For the purpose of deter-
mining household size,
deployed service members
are considered a part of the
household. Families should
include the names of the
deployed service members
on their application. Report
only that portion of the
deployed service member's
income made available to


Household
Size
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
each additional
family member, add



Household
Size
1 ,
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
each additional
family member, add


Annually
$12,740
17,160
21,580
26,000
30,420
34,840
39,260
43,680
4,420


Annually
$18,130
24,420
30,710
37,000
43,290
49,580
55,870
62,160
6,290


them or on their behalf to the
family. Additionally, a hous-
ing allowance that is part of
the Military Housing
Privatization Initiative is not
to be included as income.
All other households
must provide the following
information listed on the
application:
Total household income
listed by amount received
and type of income and how
often the income (wages,
child support, etc.) is
received by each household
member;
Names of all household
members;
Signature of an adult
household member certify-
ing the information provided
is correct; and
Social security number
of the adult signing the
application or check the box
that indicates the signing
adult does not have a social
security number.


Back-to-school bash
Saturday
On July 29, the Concerned
Citizens Group will host a back-to-
school bash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Fairview Park, located on
McClelland Street in Crestview.
Games and other activities will kick
off the event, which provides school
supplies and necessities to students
free of charge.
Crestview High
important dates
Student schedules available for
pick up: August 24-28, 8:00 a.m. -
2:00 p.m.
Lockers will also be sold during
this time.


Monthly
$1,062
1,430
1,799
2,167
2,535
2,904
3,373
3,640
369


Monthly
$1,511
2,035
2,560
3,084
3,608
4,132
4,656
5,180
525


Twice Per
Month
$ 531
715
900
1,084
1,268
1,452
1,636
1,820
185


Every Two
Weeks
$ 490
660
830
1,000
1,170
1,340
1,510
1,680
170


Twice Per Every Two
Month Weeks


$ 756
1,018
1,280,
1,542
1,804
2,066
2,328
2,590
263


If a household member
becomes unemployed or if
the household size changes,
you should contact your
school. Children of parents
or guardians who become
unemployed should also
contact the school. Such
changes may make the stu-
dent eligible for reduced
price or free meals if the
household income falls at or
below the levels shown
below.
Under the provisions of
the Free and Reduced Price
meal policy Jean Turner will
review applications and
determine eligibility. If a par-
ent or guardian is dissatis-
fied with the ruling of the
official, he or she may wish
to discuss the decision with
the determining official on
an informal basis. If the par-
ent wishes to make a formal
appeal, he or she may make
a request either orally or in
writing to Thomas Kranz at


$ 698
940
1,182
1,424
1,665
1,907
2,149
2,391
242


Open House: August 1, 4:30 p.m.
- 5:30 p.m.
Parent Night: Freshmen, August
7, 6:00 p.m.; sophomore, 6:00 p.m.;
juniors, August 10, 6:00 p.m.;
seniors, August 11, 6:00 p.m.
The first day of school, August 3,
all students will report to their
PAWS/Homeroom class to review
the beginning of school events and
other school policies.
Laurel Hill School
open house
The Laurel Hill School will have
and open house on Tuesday, August
1, 2006, at 6:00 p.m., in the gymnasi-
um. All students and parents are
invited to attend, meet the faculty
and visit their classrooms.


OWC Collegiate High
School tenth grade
openings
The OWC Collegiate High School, a
public charter school located on the
Niceville campus of the Okaloosa-
Walton College, currently has openings
in the tenth grade collegiate program.
The Collegiate High School provides .
academically motivated 10th, 11th and
12th grade students the opportunity'to
earn, at the same time, a high school
diploma and an Associate collegedegree
and transferable college credits. You can
receive information about the applica-
tion process for the program by calling
729-4949 or by visiting the website at
www.owcollegiatehigh.org.


Weekly
$ 245
330
415
500
585
670
755
840
85


Weekly
$ 349
470
591
712
833
954
1,075
1,196
121


202 A Highway 85 North,
Niceville, FL 32578; (850)
301-3024.
This application may be
used by the school system in
determining eligibility for
other educational programs.
Remember: The total
income before taxes, social
security, health benefits,
union dues, or other deduc-
tions must be reported.
In accordance with
Federal law and US
Department of Agriculture
policy, this institution is pro-
hibited from discriminating
on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, age, or
disability. To file a complaint
of discrimination write
USDA, Director, Office of
Civil Rights, 1400
Independence Avenue, SW,
Washington, DC 20250-9410
or call 800-795-3272 or
(202)720-6382 (TTY). USDA
is an equal opportunity
provider and employer.


PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 06-DR001156
In Re: The Marriage of
BRIAN R. SMITH,
Petitioner/Husband
and
JENNIFER K. BELLES SMITH,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE WITH
CHILDREN
TO: JENNIFER K BELLES SMITH
Last known address:
111 Windsor Drive
Crestview, Florida 32536
Current address: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE AND TO AWARD
PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
(CUSTODY) TO PETITIONER has
been filed against you, regarding
the following minor children: Sarah
Elaina Smith, d.o.b. 02/05/2002,
and Caleb Ryan Smith, d.o.b
01/20/03.
You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Connie Roper,
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is PO Box 249, Crestview,
Florida 32536 on or before
August 28, 2006 and to file the
original with the clerk of this Court
at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse. 101 James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview, Florida
32536 before service on the
Petitioner or immediately there-
after. If you fall to do so, a
default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments 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 Supreme Court
Approved 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 dis-
closure of documents and Infor-
mation. Failure to comply can
result In sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking of plead-
Ings.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2006.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
07/26/06
08/02/06
08/09/06
08/16/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 2006-CP-506

IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY JUANITA FREEMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of MARY JUANITA FREEMAN,
deceased, File Number 2006-CP-
506, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Okaloosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which Is PO. DRAWER 1359.
CRESTVIEW FL 32536-1359
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice
is served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of this Court are required to
file their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three
months after the date of first publi-
cation of this notice must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS, AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including unmatured,
contingent, or unliquidated claims,
must file their claim with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is July 26, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
AARON B. WENTZ
1817 Lewis Turner Blvd.
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
Telephone: 850-863-8006
Florida Bar No.: 0065810
Personal Representative:
REBECCA AGNES FREEMAN
9A Magnolia Ave.
Fort Walton Beach, IFL 32548
07/26/06
08/02/06
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Scott M. Work, Esq., of Matthews
and Hawkins Attomeys'-at-Law for
North Florida Holdings LLC, on
August 15, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Commissioners' Meeting Room
at 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd., Suite
300 Fort Walton Beach, Florida to
consider vacation of all or a por-
tion of the Sunshine Acres Plat
described as follows:
PARCEL:


Parcel ID #18-3N-22-0000-0001-
0000.
Beginning at the Southeast Comer
of Section 18, Township 3 North,
Range 22 West, Okaloosa County,
Florida; thence North 88 degrees
14 minutes 43 seconds west along
the south section line 1013.01 feet
to the northerly right of way of
State Road #10; thence north 77
degrees 39 minutes 28 seconds
west along said right of way,
2390.39 feet to a point of Intersec-
tion with the easterly right of way
of County Road (66 foot r/w);
thence along said easterly right of
way the following bearings and
distances: north 04 degrees 36
minutes 40 seconds west, 631.3
feet; north 04 degrees 28 minutes
10 seconds, east 627.98 feet,
north 09 degrees 05 minutes
20seconds west, 1340.18 feet;
north 03 degrees 28 minutes 50
seconds west 746.97 feet; north
02 degrees 52 minutes 50 sec-
onds west 502.44 feet to the P.C.
of a curve, concave westerly, hav-
Ing a radius of 1178.92 feet, a cen-
tral angle of 08 degrees 27 min-
utes 22 seconds, a tangent of
87.15 feet, a chord bearing and
distance of north 07 degrees 06
minutes 31 seconds west, 173.83
feet; thence northerly along the arc
of said curve 173.99 feet to the
P.T.; thence east 204.71 feet;
thence north 840.00 feet to the
north line of Section 18; thence
south 89 degrees 39 minutes 29
seconds east along said north line
3546.65 feet to the northeast cor-
ner of Section 18; thence south 01
degrees 02 minutes 50 seconds
west along the east line of Section
18, 5360.27 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Lying and being part of
Section 18, Township 3 North,
Range 22 West, Okaloosa County,
Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT:
Commence at the southeast cor-
ner of Section 18, Township 3
North, Range 22 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida; thence proceed
west along section line a distance
of 200 feet; thence north a dis-
tance of 222.31 feet; thence east
200 feet to a point on the east
Section Line; thence south along
section line 222.31 feet to Point of
Beginning.
PARCEL B:
Parcel ID # 07-3N-22-0000-0007-


0000
Commencing at the southwest cor-
ner of Section 7, Township 3
North, Range 22 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida thence south 88
degrees 48 minutes 30 seconds
east along the south line of said
section 1313.03 feet to the easter-
ly right of way of a County Road
(66'r/w) said point being the Point
of Beginning of the land herein
described; thence along the east-
erly right of way of the aforemen-
tioned County Road to the follow-
ing bearings and distances; north
08 degrees 31 minutes 50 sec-
onds west, 47.57 feet thence north
14 degrees 01 minutes 30 sec-
onds west, 343.84 feet and north
09 degrees 46 minutes 10 sec-
onds west, 380.00 feet thence
departing said road right of way,
north 01 degrees 11 minutes 30
seconds east 567.98 feet to a
point on the north line of the S of
the S of Section 7; thence south
88 degrees 48 minutes 30 sec-
onds east along said north line,
4119.62 feet to the east line of
Section 7; thence south along said
east line 1320 feet to the south
east comer of Section 7; thence
north 88 degrees 48 minutes 30
seconds west along the south line
of Section 7, 3976.54 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Lying and
being part of the South of the
South of Section 7, Township 3
North, Range 22 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida.
If a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such meet-
ing, such person will need a record
of the proceeding and, for such
purposes, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of
the proceeding Is made, which
record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is
to be based.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
07/26/06
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion August 14, 2006 at 7:30,AM for
the following described vehicle:
1995 Plymouth
VIN # 1P4GH44R25X620006


1990 Toyota
VIN # 1NXAE91A2LZ145244
The auction will be held at 861 W.
James Lee Blvd. Danco
Transmissions has the right to turn
down any and all bids.
07/26/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 06-DR-2691
In the Matter Of The Adoption Of:
A MINOR CHILD.
NOTICE OF ACTION,
NOTICE OF JOINT PETITION
FOR ADOPTION BY STEPPAR-
ENT, AND NOTICE OF HEARING
To: Malrik Cordale Boose
(Description: age 33; race-Black,
hair color-black; eye color-brown;
height 5'8"; weight-160)
You are notified that a Joint
Petition For Adoption By
Stepparent has been filed against
you, seeking termination of any
parental rights and obligations, you
may have, or claim, concerning a '
female child born on April 28, 1995
in Pensacola Florida. You are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if any, on the
Petitioners' attomey, whose name
and address are: ROBISON R.
HARRELL, ADOPTION CENTER,
3 Clifford Drive, Shallmar, Florida
32579, and file the original with the
Clerk of Court. Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex, 1250 North
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Florida
32579, on ore before August 28,
2006. If you fall to do so, a default
judgment,will be taken against you
for trie relief demanded In the peti-
tion. There will be a hearing on
said petition on Monday,
'September 11, 2006 at 2:00 p.m.
, (Central Time) before Judge
William F. Stone at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 East
James Lee Boulevard., Crestview,
Florida 32536. The court has set
aside five (5) minutes for this hear-
ing.
UNDER SECTION 63.089. FLORI-
DA STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE
A WRITTEN RESPONSE TO THIS
NOTICE WITH THE COURT OR


TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS
UPON WHICH THE COURT
SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE
REGARDING THE MINOR CHILD.
Dated July 20, 2006
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Court
By: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk
07/26/06
08/02/06
08/09/06
08/16/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-3058-C
LONNIER. ODOM, and wife
PATRICIA G. ODOM,
Plaintiffs,
v.
ESTATE OF H.G. BROWN,
ESTATE OF JACK M. BROWN,
,ESTATE OF ROSIE BROWN
BOUCK,
ESTATE OF LONNIE BROWN,
ESTATE OF EMMA BROWN,
UNKNOWN PARTIES, who are
the heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties claim-
Ing by, through, under or
against H.G. Brown, Jack M.
Brown, Rosle Brown Bouck,
Lonnie Brown and/or Emma
Brown, all of whom are
deceased, and CHARLES
BOUCK, surviving spouse of
Rosle Brown Bouck,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ESTATE OF H.G. BROWN,
ESTATE OF JACK M. BROWN,
ESTATE OF ROSIE BROWN
BOUCK, ESTATE OF LONNIE
BROWN, ESTATE OF EMMA
BROWN and UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES who are heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against the H.G. Brown, Jack M.
Brown, Rosie Brown Bouck,
Lonnie Brown and /or Emma
Brown, all of whom are deceased.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a com-
plaint has been filed against you in
the Circuit Court of Okaloosa


County, Florida to quiet title to cer-
tain real property and that you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to said complaint,
if any, to:
A. Wayne Williamson, Attorney for
Plaintiffs
WELTON & WILLIAMSON, L.L.C.
1020 Ferdon Blvd. South
Crestview, FL 32356
on or before September 1, 2006
and to file the original with the
Clerk of this Court, at the
Okaloosa County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida, either before
service on Plaintiffs' attorney or
immediately thereafter, or a default
and final judgment will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this court on this 21 day of July
2006.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
07/26/06
08/02/06
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion August 8, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. for
the following described vehicles:
1993 Chrysler
VIN # 1C3XA3631PF671915
The auction will be held at 956 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536, Crestview Paint N Body has
the right to turn down any and all
bids.
07/26/06
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion August 9, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. for
the following described vehicles:
1992 Honda
VIN # 1HGCB7656NA22239
The auction will be held at 956 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536, Crestview Paint N Body has
the right to turn down any and all
bids.
07/26/06


Okaloosa County Schools Meal Scales


Free Meal Scale 130% of Federal Poverty Level


Reduced Meal Scale 185% of Federal Poverty Level


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104
General Help
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mon-fri, call 864-
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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
100 WORKERS
needed. Assemble
crafts, wood
items.To $480/Wk.
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C LEANING
SERVICE has job
opening, 32hrs
week. Starting pay
$6.40 hr. Must
have own trans-
portation Call 850-
758-8891
COMFORT
KEEPER
Dedicated people
needed to assist our
seniors in their
homes. Flex hours,
ft/pt, mileage paid,
$8.hr. 279-6310
HELP WANTED
roofing company,
drivers license a
plus call Russell or
Debbie 689-8075 or
830-6680
LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE help need-
ed. Full-time position
, pay dependent on
experience. Must
have valid drivers li-
cense ,and be able
to pull and back trail-
er. all 398-2701
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. clean Class B & E
License, position in-
cludes some physi-
cal labor., Apply in
person at Crestview
Wh9glsale, 984 W.
Jafl@8 Lee Blvd.
Creltvlew.
NOW ACCEPTING
ap.liiatlons for labor
ffi Laurel Hill. Mon
t rFU Friday 8am-
8pm. Drug free work
place E.O.E. 652-




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General Help .- Medical
CARING PERSON CNA'S NEEDED
needed to help care 11am to 7pm 3 to
for elderly couple in 11, 7am to 7pm on
Crestview. Must be weekends Call 423-
able to transfer wife 1228
who has MS. Send NORTHWEST
resume information FLORIDA
to,mrjohmc@msn.co BLOOD CENTER
m or leave message Community Repre-
at 689-5421 sentatlve/Recrult-
er-Individual to or-
108 ganize, schedule
Hotel/Motel and staff blood drive
& Restaurant with businesses,
military, churches,
CRACKER Br andR civic organiza-
REL of Crestview and civic organiza-
Now hiring cooks tons in the com-
Nand sherinvers. cookW munity to meet col-
students welcome election goals. Re-
682-8804students welcome quirements: excel-
682-8804 lent communica-
CRACKER BAR- tions, computer
REL OF DESTIN skills, ability to de-
Now hiring all posi- sign flyers & letters,
tions. Cooks, serv- direct mail.
ers, cashiers. Apply Marke01502525ting/
in person or call Communications de-
269-3344. Located gree, blood banking
at foot of Mid-Bay and /or 3-4 yrs
Bridge. Good bene- equivalent experi-
fits and up to 3 rais- ence preferred.
es in 1st year. Phlebotomists- FT
6 months phleboto-
NOW HIRING P/T my experience
housekeeping, at and/or certification
the Jameson Inn required, flexible
1551 Cracker Barrel hours with weekend
Drive, Crestview. rotations for blood
Apply in person. mobiles and fixed
sites. Blood banking
110 experience a plus.
Labor Must have good
customer services/
HELP WANTED computer skill and
Lawn Maintenance ability to multi task.
Landscape experi- Comprehensive
ence preferred. Will benefits package.
train. Drivers license Drug and Smoke-
required! Crestview Free Workplace.
area. Call 259-7745 Fax resume to Mag-
or 305-2319 gie O'Brien, 850-
LABORERSR NEED 862-9342 or remail:
LABED for interior trimERS mobrien @ nfbcblood.
ED for interior t org or complete ap-
carpentry experi- plication at 413 N.E.
ence a plus Call Racetrack Rd. Ft.
902-0002 or 685-- Walton FL 32547
8421
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Office Work

BOOKKEEPER/
4 SECRETARY
NEEDED
full time. Must
have Quickbooks
SE RVIE and Microsoft office
MAL &experience. Good
Telephone etiquette
UeATI N & ability to multi-
task. Send resume
to: Resume's P.O.
2 5Box 173 Crestview
FL. 32536


120
Professional
THE NORTH Oka-
loosa Family YMCA
is currently looking
for a gymnastics/
cheer instructor to
take over their gym-
nastics/cheer pro-
gram in Crestview.
for more information
please contact the
North Okaloosa
Family YMCA @
689-2999 M-F 8am-
8pm.
FRONT DESK posi-
tion must be able to
multi-task. Excel is a
must 682-4440


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Telemarketing
LIFE INSURANCE
Agents. No cold call-
ing. Agent/district
manager 8-15 ap-
pointments per week
$2500. commission
per week. e-mail re-
sume to hutch-
k@msn.com
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AUTO MECHANIC
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HELP WANTED :
Carpenters and Car-
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n e ed e d .
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area. 537-3647
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HIRING
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and Laborers must
have transportation.
Local work. 546-
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Ucense #3191

682-4998
LICENSED & INSURED


128
Positions Wanted
GOING OUT OF
TOWN??
Need a house-sitter
and or pet-sitter?
Call Ashley at cell
501-454-6138 or
home 850-682-6436
Leave message at
home number. Refs.
available upon re-
quest.


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
KEN'S PAINTING
&
HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
LLC
Family owned & op-
erated. Phone 850-
826-1275 or 850-
652-2231
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bia, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
Newconstruction,
area business
Condos, move
outs,& residents
Please call Jennifer
850-346-6995.
Ucensed & Insured
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075

320
Child Care
BEFORE AND AF-
TER school care, K-
6. 6am -5pm Li-
cense #F010K0049.
Call Karen 683-1751
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.


320
Child Care
BEFORE AND after
school care, K-6.
6am-5pm License
#F01ok0049. Call
Karen 683-1751
FULL / part time and
drop in rates except-
ing lyr and up call
Lisa 685-8226
LITTLE STARS
Learning Program
Private-Licensed
Family Child Care
Home- License #
Fo10Koo19 Certi-
fied for VPK pro-
gram. Ratio is in-
structor to 6 children
(class will not ex-
ceed 12)
High quality educa-
tional program with
an eariy literacy fo-
cus. Ideal for chil-
dren who have nev-
er attended a group
program,
Free for all children
4 years old on or be-
fore Septemberi,
who reside in Florida
AND 5 years old
who will NOT attend
kindergarten due to
the cut off date.
Now taking enroll-
ment for both
classes. Phone 850-
682-3338 Class A-
Begins August
7,2006- Ends De-
cember 15, 2006
Class B Begins
January 2,2007
ends MAY 17.
Monday Friday
8:00 AM 2:00 PM
(Breakfast Lunch
and aftemoon snack
provided)
PRE-K CLASS
9:00am 1:00pm
Tuesday thru Fri-
day Baker area,
taking application
July 19 August 4
Please call 537-
7446

325
Domestic
IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 533-0520
TAKE A break and
let Carefree Service.
Clean your home or
business, we do
construction cleans,
Licensed & insured.
Call 850-240-9678
332Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844


A A PAVING & MAINTENANCE
Commercial or Residential
+ SEAL-COATING
+ STRIPING + EXCAVATING
+ HAULING DRAINS

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


335
Financial Services
CREDIT NEED RE-
PAIR? We have
been doing all the
work for 30 years!
Lee Harrison Credit
Restoration
www.Lhcreditrepair.
com, 903-835-1667
for free information
pack.
337
Concrete
A-0 AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
850-543-6186
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, .25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Fr6e esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
CUSTOM, SOLID,
hardwood, floor in-
stallation, repair and
refinishing. Already
have wood, create a
new look with fresh
stain, borders, in-
lays, medallions and
custom trim. 25
years experience,
NWFA certified, old-
fashioned work eth-
ic. Call Brain at 850-
499-7180.
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
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.
J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.


SOUTHERN

Larnwn Care

Residential Commercial Free Estimates


* Quality Lawn Care
* Dependable Service


* Reasonable Rates
* Licensed and Insured


850.682.3098 850.259.1840


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DINO SINOPOLI (850) 974-7778
Email: dino@calldinp.com
CALL TODAY!
Residential Property, New Construction
Relocation Assistance, Acreage, Condo s,
Commercial or Investment Property
FREE MARKET EVALUATION
I RE/MAX AGENCY ONE, INC.
www.calldino.com
301 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite A
Crestview, FL 32536 !m
Office: 850.682.8309 g
Fax: 850.682.8279
S Toll Free: 1.800.239.8309


340
Home Repair

Plumbing
and Repair
Service
Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Robert
Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured
CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps
GUTTERS
FOR LESS
5" / 6" seamless gut-
ter 32 different col-
ors.
FREE
ESTIMATES
(850) 398-2137 -
(850) 546-1462
MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.

RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates.
Specialize In
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375
240-8443


340
Home Repair

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

HANDY D'S 25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066

KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774










342
Landclearing


D&J
LANDCLEARING
Bulldozers
Backhoe
Bush Hogging




Cell: (850) 758-0002
After hours call:
(850) 537-6061
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142


345
Lawn Care
A-1 TREE Service
Licensed, bonded
insured. 25years ex-
perience free esti-
mates no waiting
(334)504-0806,
(850) 398-0261
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.
C&T LAWN Irriga-
tion and Service
Sprinkler Systems
and Lawn Service
Uc/Ins Chris orTracy
850-758-7946
850-398-0838
J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.

LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Professionals
Competitive rates,
Quality work, free
estimates. Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed
Insured
Owner
Brad Overly













TOP OF
THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,

low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.
WALKER
LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and Insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available


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355
Sewing &
Alterations

SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous

ARE YOUR Win-
dows fogged? Need
new windows for all
your glass, mirror
needs? Call (850)
986-1541
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
COPY ALL your old
photos and 8mm
movies to DVD also
restore damage
photos 689-1979
GEORGE TRACY
POOL SERVICE
30 years experi-
ence. Monthly and
special cleaning. Li-
censed and Insured
826-1784


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2564 KINGSTON RD.,
Brand New, 1400sqft,
3BD/2BA, 2 car garage

$1851,000,.-, 974-2533


360
Miscellaneous

NEED DIRT
Sand ect. Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218
TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearing,
demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-
cense and insured
850-865-0826


452
Apartments For
Rent
OLD STUDIO Apt
N/E Crestview. in-
cludes water, gas
sewer garbage, ba-
sic cable. $400.mo.
$400.DD No pets
682-6336


452
Apartments For
Rent

BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
DUPLEX apt Re-
modeled $550. mo.
$550. DD. NO pets
1 yr. lease N/G/S
furnished. 850-834-
4767
CRESTVEIW 3/2,
$825. $750. deposit;
2/1 $600., $550. de-
posit' no pets. 902-
0975, 682-8221


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
South of 1-10, this
home gives great
access to military
bases and easy
access to 1-10. All
brick with cathedral
ceiling in living room,
easy care tile flooring
throughout except in
the 4 bedrooms.
Ready for a family
$249,900.
Almost an acre of
beautiful high and
dry land on Lake
Juniper. This
property has been
cleared and is ready
for a home to be
built. Don't miss
out on your chance
to own this lovely
piece of property.
Drive by and take a
loold $84,900.
Beautiful home that
features a split-floor
plan, large kitchen,
large family room,
iscrened-A in pool-
an so much more.
Built with handicap
access in mind with
wider doors and
accommodations in
master bath. A must
see home $289,900.
Almost 400 ft of
cleared waterfront
lot! Located in a
cul-de-sac, this will
make a great place
for your dream
home. Check it out
today! $60,000.
A cute duplex with 2
bedrooms, 1 bath on
each side. Nice
barber carpet, metal
roof. Live in one
side and rent the
other Come take a
look $185,000
From the foyer, walk
Into an inviting and
cozy home. Open
kitchen with island,
lots of plant shelves
in great room, 3BD,
2.5 BA, split-floor
plan. Ready to move
in to. $231,900



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Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
ToIl Free (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY
OWNED AND
OPERATED
www.gerrihouse.com

ARE YOUR Win-
dows fogged? Need
new windows for all
your glass, mirror
needs? Call (850)
986-1541
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
COPY ALL your old
photos and 8mm
movies to DVD also
restore damage
photos 689-1979

TOP OF
THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,
pressure washing
low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.


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-LOhTs, HOMES, & ACREAGE


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
3BR/2BA Split Floor
Plan, 2 car garage.
New wood laminate
flooring in GR, LR, &
foyer. Hot tub only 2
years old & still has 3
year warranty on
screened back
porch. GR has vault-
ed ceiling with
ledges, open floor
plan. Priced Right.
$247,500
MLS#437191md
Beautiful tri-level
custom home sitting
on 3.1 acres on 14
acre spring fed lake
Lake Tantera. All new
appliances, 2 ovens,
new AC, new metal
roof. Whirlpool tub in
MBath, tile floors
through out, w/wood
laminate flooring in
bedrooms. $359,900
MLS#421411m
Lovely 3BR/2BA
home in Crestview.
Large lot with 24X32
workshop. Comer lot
with nice shrubs and
stately large oaks, +
privacy fepce.-inijng,
R6om and office
O'0' ori10 laigO.
eIk" Hug s, 6p
with phone & elec-
tric, plus second
story.
$189,900
MLS#427968md
Large 3BR/2BA older
home on 1.20 acres.
New sheet rock,
E aint, dishwasher, &
hardwood floors just
refinished Home on
paved road in Laurel,
Hill. A 1 acre parcel
and a 2 acre parcel
adjoining property is
also available. Lage
rooms with plenty of
room.
Lovely 3BR/2BA
brick home in
Grandview Heights.
Home sits on 1.08
acres w/o above
ground pool with a
deck around it. Large
workshop with elect.
Large fenced back
yard w/space for a
nice garden. LR has
gas fireplace, plus a
24X20 family room
with tongue and
groove pine. MLS#
433842m $245,000



Baylis
Davis Realty
Your Crestview
Connection







456
Homes For Rent
CRESTVIEW OFF
Auburn Rd. 3/2/2
$860./mo Avail 8/1;
3/2/2 $895mo. NO
smoking/ no pets.
315-1057


452 452
Apartments For Apartments For
Rent Rent


Housing
Communities for
elderly and physi-
cally challenged
persons.
Immediate
openings are not
available but we
always accept
applications for our
waiting list.
Our apartment
homes are fully car-
peted, have central
heat and air and are
equipped with stove
and refrigerator. We
have 1 and 2 bed-
room units.
Security deposit
onr unit: one month
basic rent. $250 pet
fee. SMALL PETS
ONLY!
Utilities includ-
ed at Brookmeade
Villas are garbage
only.
We work strictly.
from our waiting list.






Equal Homing
Opp orun t

Brookmeade
Villas
682-2272
TDD/TTY (711)


456
Homes For Rent

NEWLY REMOD-
ELED home avail.
July 1. No pets
$950. monthly
$950. DD. 682-2235
/ 546-1343, 3 Bed 2
Bath, with garage.


4581 Scarlet Drive Spacious 4 bd/3 ba home located in Plantation Oaks
5/D. New freisa carpet; lovely wood & ceramic tile flooring; garden tub w/ sepa-
rate shower in mb; screened-in back porch & storage shed w/ electricity, roof
was replaced in March 2006.
7614 Creston Barrow Road Gorgeous 10 acre parcel equipped w/a 32'
x 14' stable, 250 gallon deep well and 3 water &septic tank hook-ups; 5.5 ofthe
10 acres are fenced and mature live oaks & fruit trees are abundant.
444 First Street Brand new 4 bd/2 ba home located on a corner lot in the
heart of Crestview. Cathedral ceiling & chair rail in living room; ceramic tile; trey
ceiling in master bedroom; double marble vanities & walk-in doset in mb; side
entry 2 car garage w/ automatic opener.
6447 Moonlight Lane- Ivly 3 bd/Ilba hoelocatein SpringH ollowEstla
Beautiful columned entryway and 10'ceilings in the foyer & living room 12' ceil-
ing in formal dining room; ceramic tile; double vanities, garden tub & large
walk-in closet in master bath.
(850) 682-1800
828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
a Crestview, FL 32536
WW www.janetjohnsonrealty.com


u.nH '6 s i n g
Communities for
elderly and
phy sically
challenged
persons.
Immediate
openings are not
available but we
always accept
applications for our
waiting list.
Our apartment
homes are fully
carpeted, have
central heat and air
and are equipped
with stove and
refrigerator. We
have 1 and 2
bedroom units.
Security deposit
on unit: one month
basic 'rent. $250 pet
fee. SMALL PETS
ONLY
U Utilities
included at
Crestview
Apartments are
water, sewer and
garbage.
We work strictly
from our waiting list.




Equal Housing
Opportunity
Crestview
Apartments
682-6149
TDD/TTY (711)


456
Homes For Rent

1,400 SQ.FT.
3BD/2BA. NO
smokeing/NO pets.
$850.mo, $875DD.
850-240-0890
3/2 BRICK w/ga-
rage, fenced yard
No pets. 2/1 $750.
$750. DD 682-1972
3BDI2BA 2CG. Fire-
place. Off of airport
road $1100. $800.
SD 598-4532, 862-.
5801.


456
Homes For Rent

ERA
AMERICAN Realty
of
Northwest Florida
Inc.
Equal Housing
Opp.
Crestview:
616 E. Lee Ave. 2.2
$575.
5375 Staiklkion Rd.
2/1 $700-. ,
13 Flora CV. 3/2
$825,
2993 Windsor Cir.
3.V2 $850.
169 John King Rd/
3/2 $900.
108 Loop Dr. 3/2
$900.
811 6th Ave. 3/2
$925.
3313 Skywagon Dr.
3/2 $990. .
475 Wingard St. 3/2
$995.
2820 Tamiami Trl
3/2 $1050.
178 Swaying Pine
Ct. 3/2 $1050.
4491 Antioch Rd.
$1150.
343 Powell Dr. 3/3
$1150.
5434 Brooke Dr. 4/2
$1275.
4832 Young Rd. 4/2
$1300.
Lakeview Dr. 4/2.5
$1400.
1255 Northview Dr.
4/2 $1450.
4695 Love Grass
Ln. 3/2 $1475
27.15 paddock Cor.
4/2 .$1600.
Visit us at www.era-
american.com
TWO BEDROOM
fully fumished in qui-
et area near Fforala
AL. Near park and
school, nice storage
shed. $600. month-
ly. $600. security de-
posit. References
and lease required,
Call 850-682-8282
CRESTVIEW NEW
Rolling Pines Town-
house 3 bed/2.5 ba,
lcg,new washer/dry-
er and fridge. Near
Wal-Mart No smok-
ing/pets. $940.per
month plus security
deposit 218-1086


Baker. 01UI Waterway Dr. 4br/3ba/3cg. I acre corner lot.
: Details & pictures see Listing #12347 @
www.salebyownerrealty.com or AD #MBOIOS48 @
www.militarybyowner.com
$399,900 850-689-1088


456
Homes For Rent

LAUREL HILL 4 br,
2.5 baths, 2600 +
SF, 2 blocks to
school. $925. mo +
$1,000 deposit.
Credit check re-
quired.404-388-
6862
3BDI2BA BRICK on
1/2 acre, available
August 1st. $950.
month 682-1303
3BD/2BA GARAGE.--
Crestuie. -._.ary.
clean. Long Drive.
available Aug. 1,06
$1,000. mo. .+DD
678-1115
3BR. 1BA Ch/A
1300sq.ft., screened
porches on big lot in
downtown Crest-
view. Lease till May
15, 2007 $750.
monthly +S/D 682-
8483
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days 682-
5533, night & week-
ends, 682-4341
CRESTVIEW OFF
Auburn Rd. 3/2/2
$860./mo Avail 8/1;
3/2/2 $895mo. NO
smoking/ no pets.
315-1057
CENTURY 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
304 Crooked Pine
3bdrm/2.5bth, Brand
New,$1,000, mth/
$1.000. Dep.
4733 Meadow Lake
Dr. 4bdrm/2..5bth
Lak e front
$2200.mth/$2200
Dep.
2932 Sholtz Ave.
3bdrm/2bth. $1,000.
$1,000. DD
9 0 2
Dixist.3bdrm/2bth
$875. $875DD
352 River Chase
1213JefferyScott
$1,150. & $1,150.
DD
2878 Atoka Trail,
$1,250 per mo. +
$1.250.DD
2842, Ol4 Mill Way
$1,000. $ 1,000. DD
7685 Hwy. 393 Lurel
Hill $875. $875DD
HOUSE FOR Rent
Crestview in city lim-
its, 4 bedrooms, 3
bath nice shed in
back, dead end
street. $1,000. per
mo. $1,000. DD
850-758-0745


460
Mobile Homes For
Rent
3BD & 2BA HOUSE
in $850. Rent,
$850. No smoking,
No pets. 682-1972
DOUBLE WIDE
1560 sq.ft. located
on Farmer Street in
Crestview. No
pets/smoking $950.
month $900. DD
850-685-6250
462 -. .
--Rooms-Foa'Rent<-_
LARGE ROOM for
rent in upper scale
neighborhood locat-
ed in Crestview.
Room features pri-
vate entrance, patio,
and brick fire place.
682-4395
ROOM FOR RENT
also may share
house @ $119.
week New home,
cable, phone, utilit-
ies & swimming pool
included $10. de-
posit for cleanup.
537-9258, -cell
(850)221-0320

464
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED to share
3BR/2BA Brick
home, $450./mo in-
cludes all
utilities.$225/DD
689-8978








554
Commercial
Property For Sale

FLORALA AL. City
water and sewer in
town, 50x200 foot lot
cleared, 20x50 foot
slab in place. Zoned
for 30 unit mini -
storage $10,000.
(386) 846-1957.
556
Homes For Sale

INSTANT EQUITY
1940 sq.ft. 3
bed.2ba., on 1 acre.
$189,000 flexible fi-
nancing, 682-1303


556
Homes For Sale

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.
1200SF HOUSE
2bd/lba. 98% reno-
vated $115K as is

689-1985
3BR.,1BA RESI-
DENTAL or good
rental income. 131
Smith St, 204/304 E.
1st. Ave. 682-2147
5768 BUCK Ward
Road Baker 3/2
1851s.f. 1 acre
$209,900. ; 609 Ris-
en Star Drive Crest-
view 3/2 2050s.f.
$229,900.; Call Deb-
bie Sharon at Prop-
erty Professionals
683-1714
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

NICE 3/BD 2/BA n
Crestview 2C/G
1288 sq.ft. 5577
Pine Lake Dr.
$167,000 499-5169
OPEN HOUSE and
garage sale 7-29 &
7-30. 4291 Rebecca
Rd. Crestview
5Br/2Ba on 1 acre
$199,900..Call Rog-
er Holland 398-1761

560
Land For Sale
ONE BEAUTIFUL
wooded acre on
Lake Leisure, per-
fect for vacatoin cot-
tage or home
$15,000. Will tade
for Harley or conver-
tible or Rolex 727-
207-1619


Home Generator
Sales & Installation
Licensed & Insured
homegenerators@hotmail.com

682-4998


560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
LARGE HEAVENLY
wooded lots in city
limits- water and
sewer available
paved street level
850-2426
COMMERCIAL
CORNER lot in
Gfestview=-4,0"' x
140' $&,,006.. also 4
residential r 'ots in
Lake Arthur Subdivi-
sion north of Crest-
view 1/3 acre
$59,900. Call Greg
Andrews at Property
Professionals Plus
683-1714

562
Mobile Homes For
Sale

3/2 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
MUST SELL 94'
Palm Harbor 2100+
sq.ft. newly remod-
eled 4bd./2ba
$39,000 buyer must
move 850-398-2967


704
Livestock
For Sale


Totally Renovated!







442 WEST Isn AvE. -3/4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH 2078 SQFT
HOME ON 1/3 ACRE, FENCED LOT. READY TO MOVE IN.
SELES PAYS $5.000 TOWARD CLOSING.


$189,900


642-4663


704
Livestock
LEWANDOWSKI
HORSE Shoeing.
Problem feet, dis-
ease, injury, neglect.
OSHS Certified. Ask
for Josh 850-340-
1359
PUREBRED BEEF-
MASTER Heifers
2yrs old. Bred to
registered, Red An-
gus Bulls. $1200.
each. from closed
H.erd, 5E5 head avail.
able.: ;G.Qall j85083.4-:
3881.

706
Livestock Supplies
HAY FOR sale!
Good Quality square
bales $4.00 each.
Baker area 850-537-
8747'
708
Pets
AKC REG. Beagles
1 st shots $200.
each, males and fe-
males. 682-3256
CHIHUAHUA PUP-
PIES for sale $250.
3 male. Call Diane
652-4122
CLIPPENDALE'S
DOG
GROOMING,
baths, clips. Front-
line and Advantage
Flea products, Aslo-
doggie supplies. Call
for appointment 537-
4006 New customer
welcome

710
Pet Supplies
CHAIN LINK dog
kennel 71/2ft. wide
by 18ft. long by 6ft.
high $150. Call 689-
4510


802
Antiques
ANTIQUE DINNING
room table, six
chairs for sale Call
682-3191
AUCTION
FRIDAY
July 28th 7PM
(preview
Thursday July 27
10:am -5prnm)
Open day of
Auction 6:00pm
ENGLISH
FURNITURE
&
SMALLS ..
Lots of ._' -,,, '
Mahogany s')a,-'
furniture. Kitchen
cabinets, side-
boards,wardrobes,
tables, chairs,
stain glass win-
dows.
GARRETT.
&
GARRETT
AUCTION
COMPANY ..:,-
W.J. GARRETT
A U # 2 7 2-7
AB#2107 151 S.E.
Eglin Pkwy.
Ft. Walton Beach
FL 32548.
850-244-7453
5% buyers Premi-
um
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

804
Apparel
DIXIE OUTFITTER
Shirts Back to
school sale $5.00
each. Up to XL Sat-
urday July 29 at
5368 Constitution
Road in Crestview.
Sunday July 30 at
5457 Hwy. 4 in Bak-
er 9:00am 5:00 pm
826-0352


Beautifully decorated country home located on 10 secluded and wooded
acres. Home has loads of amenities. $310,000 #419420





This home is a must see! l has many sought after selling features such as
a huge kitchen, huge master bedroom with glamour bath. $220,000
#429991
New Price- 2BR/IBa Townhome.
Investors or first Time Home Buyers
don't miss this opportunity! townhome
has been completely repainted
(inside/out) and ready to go. $99,000
#411700

Featured Agent Mel Weir

850-240-4785
meel.weir@penlicanproiclrty.comn
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
P5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
j| www.pelicanproperty.com


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35 PLUS ACRES ADJOINING BLACKWATER $8,500 per acre.
1/2 ACRE BUILDING LOTS at $59,000 each.
9 ACRES with well and septic, Holmes Co. $120,000
3BR/2BA all brick, Laurel Hill, $210,000.
3BRa/2BA off John King Rd, $185,000.
4BR/2BA & BONUS RooM, Lee Farms, $365,625.


_865-7777 or 682-7718
M rick@nwfla homes.com www.nwfla-homes.com


CouNnTR LIVING
in Crestview 3BD/2BA on 10 acres.
Awesome creek, barn, pasture, woods.
Includes special 1800sqft double-wide
with high ceilings, ceramic tile,
large deck, shingle roof and red brick
skirting. Located in private HOA on
private dirt roads, allowing horseback
riding and 4 wheelers. Hurricane
certified & appraised at $211,000.
$210,000 585-9137


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804
Apparel
WEDDING DRESS
NEW
Engagement canx,
never wom Still has
tags. David's Bridal
Collection V8368.
Tulle ball gown
lbaded lace appli-
que bodice & skirt,
lace-up back. Long
train Bridal storage
bag and matching
full slip. Size 4 Paid
$700. asking $350.
Call 682-4860 after
6pm.
806
Appliances
FRIGIDAIRE RE-
FRIGERATOR w/
ice maker $125.
OBO also GE stove
(elec) $125. OBO
902-1505

RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.

813
Farm & Garden


813
Farm & Garden
BLACKEYED PEAS
and zippers for sale.
You can pick or we
will and deliver. Call
537-6113
814
Furniture
WOOD BUNK beds
w/ 6 under bed
drawers, like new
$150. 2 twin matt-
Stresses extra thick
Sealy, like new
$150. for pair. 682-
8861
818
Lawn Equipment
MTD RIDING mower
13hp, 38" cut $300.
22" Murray high
wheel. $50. 682-
7316


829
Garage Sales
CHILDREN
ADULTS clothes
misc. household
7am-12noon 112
Louise Dr. Crestview
GARAGE AND yard
sale Fri 28th 8:00 to
1:00, across from
Laurel Hill Post Of-
fice 1/2 off every-
thing


829
Garage Sales
MOVING SALE
July 28th and 29th
8am until 1pm.
526 E. Chestnut Ave
Boys and girls'
clothes 8-10, wom-
en's clothes,
home/school sup-
plies, toys, books,
movies and much
more.
MULTI FAMILY
yard sale July 29,
7:30 till? 344 Straw-
bridge Drive off 1st
Ave. Furniture
household
items,movies,scrubs
formal dresses,
books clothing for
boys, girls, teens
women. Great stuff
REMODELING SALE
Light fixtures, table,
chairs and lots more.
3184 Skyline Drvie
8am until ??
SAT. 7-29 7am-?
New Bethel Church
Hwy 85 N. inside fel-
lowship hall. Pro-
ceeds to benefit
mission trip to aid
deaf children.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. 7/29 First house
on left, Airport Road.
8 to 12. Furniture
Glassware, tools,
lawn equipment
misc. items.
LARGE YARD sale
,5829 Pinecrest Rd.
Sat. July 29 8am to
4pm. Furniture boys
clothes, toddler
clothes, infant
clothes, maternity.


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829
Garage Sales
SAT. JULY 29,
6106 Staff Road
Crestview. 7am 12
noon Boys and
girls clothes sizes 8-
10-12 Lady uniform
tops sizes med and
large and some
pants, home interior.
Old cell phones,
toys, old furniture,
something for every-
one.
SATURDAY JULY
29 36" TV, refrigera-
tor, front loader
washer, file cabinet
lots more. 3178 East
Chestnut Ave.
(Dead end)
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744
YARD SALE Friday
July 28th from 8 to
12 if rain cancel.
5719 Seminole Dr.
off Old Bethel.
HUGE YARD sale
Sat. HWy 90, Milli-
gan Across bridge
under the Oaks 7-
till? Earlybirds wel-
come.
JULY 29 7:00am -
1:00pm 1 mile north
of Hwy 90 on Old
River Rd. in Milligan
YARD SALE three
families Saturday
July 29 8am -til? lots
of great items 2895
Second Ave. off of
Valley Rd.


829
Garage Sales
YARD SALE sat. ju-
ly 29th 1214 Sun-
shine Dr. Crstview
8am -? Clothes
misc.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
46" MAGNAVOX
projection TV. $350.
New tires and stock
rims for 1998 Jeep
Wrangler $200.
Stock rims for 2004
F-350 $200. Ken-
more washer and
dryer (set) $250.
Call 850-683-5180
(evening) 850-305-
0440 day.
AVON SHOP at
home or in your of-
fice. Call Keya 682-
1244 or e-mail keya-
29405@yahoo.com









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904 Cars
1984 BUICK LeSa-
bre 85k, 8 cylinder,
309 engine $1,000.
Looks and runs
good. 682-3166
1988 FORD mus-
tang $500. Call after
5:00pm 682-1270
1990 BLACK Mer-
cedes-Benz See
Ebayitem#13000971
3700. Call 682-2838
asking $5,000. Mod-
el 300-E
1994 CAVALIER
Fully Loaded, Auto.
Great car, one own-
er $1,950. Firm cli
689-8038-or
225-2900
2001 DODGE Stra-
tus 79000 miles
$6,500. Good condi-
tion 546-0277 or
423-0023 Leave
message.
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.


904
Cars


'02 Honda
Accord



54,000mi. Automatic, CD.
New tires. GOLD CERTIFIED
EXTit CIEA, LIKE NEW!
Won't last long!
334-572-4176 or
334-504-3342
$10,900

2000 DODGE
INTREPID




EXCELLENT CONDITION,
FULLY LOADED, COLD
A/C, ALARM SYSTEM,
141,000 MILES.
$4,000 (00o)
850-699-3994


2000 Chevy
Impala




Silver, 4-Door, Automatic,
Cruise Control, A/C, Tilt,
Good Condition. 31 mpg.
One non-smoking,
mature owner.
$7,900 537-5651


CHEVROLET


Bill Spears
Invites everyone to
stop by and talk
with him about the
great deals going on
now. Bill can help
you to drive away in
a new or used
vehicle today!


Sa_ R; ANM hAN REM RW
3 t ] ~Your Silverado Headquarters Localy Owned A Operated
4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestvlew
A CHEVRO 88682-2731


Low Miles

$12,500

537-9736

BLUE BIRD
BUS




...with side lift,
full size, short
bus was $5,900O
Now only:
$4,500o0
850-902-2634


'89 FORD
ECONOLINE
140,000 miles.
Runs great, just
needs a fuel pump.
Great Work Van!
Can be seen at the
Crestview News
Bulletin parking lot.
699-0897
$2,000 (abo)


'83 Chevy
S-10 4WD




Rebuilt engine, clutch,
many new parts. New
seats, new tires, good
body. Excellent hunting
truck!
$2,650o
682-7097

905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
17' FIBERGLASS
Boat with livewell
and drybox, 2003
Mercury 25HP with
stainless steel prop,
trailer $3,000. Call
850-683-5180 eve-
ning 850-305-0440
910
Motorcycles
1994 HONDA
XR250L street legal
70mpg, nice condi-
tion new parts, runs
good $ 1,000. 682-
8861
2004 CRF 450R
$3,800. OBO 537-
9736

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles


Hundas
CRV




1998 Silver, A/C, Auto,
4-door, 140k miles,
Good condition.
Non-smoking, mature owner.
Asking $6,000 (obo)
423-9955


918
Trucks
PENDA BED Liner.
fits GM Extended
Cabs $50. Phone
682-2313
2004 DODGE 2500
Diesel ,loaded ask-
ing $27,000. also
1997 Ford F150
Loaded asking
$5,900. 537-4744 or
546-1521


'96 Dodge
Caravan




167k miles.
Good condition.
$3,800(oBo)
305-9409 or
305-1443
Para Espaifol





318 Engine,
8' Bed,
160,000 Miles,
Automatic Trans.,
Air Conditioning.
Clean, covered
camper bed.
$1790
682-4445


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1998 JEEP Wran-
gler 36,000 miles
A/C, nice $12,500
Call 850-683-
5180, (evening) or
850-305-0440
(day)
FOR SALE 1987
Jeep Cherokee 4x4
$800. OBO Body in
great shape, 4x4
system works, en-
gine needs work,
great for parts. 689-
6717

922
Other

TRAILER: 16'
BLACK
WITH
CHROME DIA-
MOND PLATE,
dual 3500 axle.
Better than new.
Work bench, 67 sf
Shelving, e-track tie
downs, recessed
lighting, $6,500.
OBO Brian 850-
499-7180.


DANIEL'S Af TOMOYIVE SERVICE

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FOREIGN & QMESTIC
SWRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
DOING BUSINEss SINCE ????
Licensed & Insured

523 HY 90 WEST H537.LT,3828 FL
523 Hwy 90 WEST HOLT, FL


'88 feway B5oaWd*







Excellent Condition.
2005 Aluminum trailer included.
$4,500 Call Ray at
689-2037 or 830-9654


'02 DODGE LIM 1500


SINGLE CAB, V6, 21,000 MILES.
ASKING $12,000. CALL
S&P LAWN SERVICE
682-9780 OR 902-5669


1985 Toyota


Photo not
available


Runs good, looks good.

$90000 (obo)
682-4294 Cell 902-3197


'97 HONDA DEL SOL
CONVERTIBLE


A/C, Cruise, Power everything. 32mpg
city, 39mpg hwy. Excellent condition.
84,100 miles
$7,00000 850-532-5507


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