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Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 2007
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Police arrest four locals on drug charges
Adam Ziglar dence at 206 West Bowers Street.
Crestview News Bulletin Investigators also seized approx-
.... .imately $1,000 thought to be direct
-__The Crestview Police proceeds from drug sales.
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Greg Myers, a science teacher at Richbourg Middle School, shares an emotional farewell with some of his students on Friday. Myers is
deploying with the Alabama National Guard to Afghanistan and will be away from home for more than a year. The school surprised him with'
a going away party to wish him well. (Photos by Ann Spann, Florida Freedom Newspapers)


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Greg Myers may be leaving
those he loves to serve in a foreign
country for the next year. But he'll
.take plenty of love with him to
remember those left behind.
Summoned -to active duty,
M\ fe,. is leaving his family to
work in Afghanistan for a year.
The 50-year-old father, hus-
band, eighth-grade science teacher
and Alabama National Guard
reservist will train the Afghan
Army.
Beyond that, he's not sure what
is waiting for him when he leaves
Friday to train for the year-long
deployment.
"I know I'll go to Fort Riley,
Kan., for 60 to 90 days to train for
the mission," he said Monday.
Surrounded by the cluttered
baggage of his emotions, Myers
'talked Monday about leaving his
wife, Sarah, and their two chil-
dren, Austin and Savannah.
"That's the thing that makes it
kind of a drag," he said, while
shuffling through a list of duties
he needs to complete before
Friday. "They'll stay in the area.
My son graduates from Crestview
this year. I won't be here for that."
Myers will train for the next 60
to 90 days. Then he'll begin active
duty, starting the actual year of


deployment.
He is used to the call of military
service.
After joining the Army in 1975,
he served during Operation Desert
Storm. After taking some time off,
he joined the Alabama National,
Guard two years ago.
Working as an intelligence offi-
cer with the guard, Myers will use
his arsenal of leadership skills to
train the Afghan Army.
Myers learned of his call to
active duty the first week of
December.
While most of the troops in his
unit were given orders to go to
Iraq, Myers was one of the few to
be sent to Afghanistan.
Since learning he would be
leaving, he and his family have
been spending more time together.,
"When we found out about it,
we decided that we would start
setting aside. time to do things
together on a regular basis," he
said. "Nothing too stressful, but
we really wanted to take advan-
tage of the time we've had togeth-
er."
On Friday, supporters at
Richbourg Middle School honored
Myers with a send-off celebration.
"I can already see that some of
the kids are starting to get a little
emotional," Haley Caraway .said
Friday before the celebration.
Caraway is a fellow eighth-


Richbourg Middle School Principal Bob Jones presents a gift to
eighth-grade teacher Greg Myers during a special
assembly on Friday.


grade teacher.
"He's just a great guy," she said.
"All the kids love him."
With the help of teachers, many
of Myers' eighth-grade science
students inscribed enduring mes-
sages on pillowcases that were
given to him as gifts.
Myers has, worked as the
eighth-grade science teacher at
Richbourg for three years.
"Our profession is so impor-
tant. But here he is leaving his
family to go serve others in a for-
eigri country," Caraway said.
"He's trying to give them the life
that we have here in this country.
"That's very honorable."


Myers will be able to talk to his
family while he is training in
Kansas.
On Saturday, the Myers family
will attend a ceremony in
Montgomery, Ala. From there,
he'll report to Fort Riley to begin
training.
Though Myers, will be gone for
more than a year, school officials
have offered him a position within
the district when he returns.
"If I can go back to Richbourg,
that would be great," he .said.
"They're like an extended family.
Leaving my family is hard enough.
It's like having two families. This
is a good place."


Police continue

searchfor

stabbing suspect
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Investigators continue to search
for a suspect who stabbed a clerk at
the Family Dollar store Monday
night.
Jonnie S. Kennedy, a cashier at
the store located at 410 West James
Lee Boulevard, was stabbed repeat-
edly around 6:50 p.m.
According to a Crestview Police
Department press release issued
early Tuesday morning, the suspect
is still at large and is described as a
black male around 6 feet tall.
Wearing black pants, a mask and
a green jacket, he entered the store
and demanded that Kennedy give
him money. She did not have access
to the safe and the assailant stabbed
her several times, .the release said.
Kennedy, who was alert when
medics arrived on scene, was flown
to West Florida Regional Medical
Center, where she was. released
Tuesday afternoon. Attempts to
contact her were unsuccessful.
The store was closed on Tuesday
and employees were not available
for comment.
A blue SUV parked parallel to
the building blocked the store's
entrance for several hours Tuesday
morning.
Crestview Police Lt. Jamie Grant
said employees most likely cleaned
Tuesday morning.
Kennedy was stabbed while
working at a register located near
the front entrance. Bleeding from
multiple, wounds, she walked the
length of the store to the back
offices for help, Grant said.
"I was really shocked to hear
that she was doing as good as she
is," Grant said Tuesday after
remarking about a trail of blood
that led from the front to the back of
the store.
There were five to six people
located in the store at the time of
the incident. The customers ran out
the back arid a clerk called for help,
Grant said.
"This was very violent," Grant
said. "The guy didn't get what he
wanted and he went into a violent
rage, which is extremely rare.
-"It's very concerning."
The store manager pulled the
alarm and ran out the back with the
customers.
The assailant most likely fled on
foot, Grant said.
While police officers had help
from the Okaloosa Correctional
Institution's tracking dogs, there
was no positive trail that led to the
suspect.
"There's so much foot traffic in

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007


2A I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


Fun for all

at carnival
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers .-


The American Red Cross of
Northwest Florida will kick off
the month of March, also
known as American Red Cross
month, with the county's sec-
ond annual kids' carnival.
"This carnival is actually a
signature event in many areas
of the country," said Sherri
Frost, senior director of the.
Northwest Florida chapter.
More than 2,000 residents'
participated in 'the county's
first kids' carnival that was
held last year in Fort Walton
Beach.
"I think they enjoyed it
because we got a lot of good
feedback," said Frost.
This spring, the two-day
event will take.place the first
weekend in March at the Old
Spanish Trail Park, which the
city donated for the festive
occasion.
"They (the city) have
absolutely opened up their
arms to this event," said Frost.
The carnival works as a
two-fold program, said event
co-chair Sheri
WANT Pittman. .
TO GO? "The kids
carnival is set
Location: Old up to provide
Spanish Trail safety educa-
Park tion for chil-
dren and ent-
Date: March ertainment for
3: 9 a.m. to 5 children," said
p.m., March Pittman.
4: noon to 4 Children
p.m. are often for-
gotten when
Entry fee: $3 it comes to
per person, emergency sit-
$5 for cou- uations, such
pies. Kids as house fires
age 12 and or an uncon-
under: free scious parent,
where the child
must become the lifeguard,
said Frost.
The carnival offers children
lessons in basic first aid,
preparing for hurricanes, fire
safety and being safe with
strangers.
Youngsters will also enjoy a
range of activities that include
inflated rides, clowns, story-
tellers, jugglers, mimes,
singers, arts and crafts, door
prizes, yummy goodies and
more.
Children explored the
world of science last year by
conducting experiments to
learn the dangers of chemicals
and how to solve problems
using math.
"These little kids were
doing algebra!" said Frost. "It
was amazing."
And every hour one lucky
person will win one of the var-
ious door prizes graciously
donated by businesses and
individuals.
"I think ifts nice to do an
event on the north part of the
county that families can go to
instead of going out to dinner
or a theme park, where you
spend lots of money," said
Pittman.


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Holly Cope and her sons, Tanner and Wesley, visit for a moment with Pastor ,Steven
O'Connor of Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church.

'A trying time' for parish
Father Steven O'Connor was diagnosed with lung cancer in January


Photos and Story by
Kelly Humphrey
Florida Freedom Newspapers
For some people, Sunday
was all about the Super
Bowl.
But for others, Sunday
was a chance to say a fond
farewell to a man whose life
has touched theirs in a pro-
found way.
When Father Steven
O'Connor, pastor of Our
Lady of Victory Catholic
Church, was diagnosed
with terminal lung cancer in
early January, his first
thought was about how the
news would affect the more
than 700 families in his
parish.
"He sent out a letter to
everyone at the same time,"
parish secretary Susan
Gingras said. "He wanted to
show his parishioners that
he was OK with it that it
(the diagnosis) was God's
will."
At the same time,
O'Connor realized that his
rapidly deteriorating health
wouldd make it difficult for
him to say a personal good-
bye to all of his parishioners.
"While all of this was
going on, he started to plan
a reception," Gingras said.
"He said, 'I want to see them
before I can't.'"
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Father Steven O'Connor reads a card given to him by a
parishioner on Sunday during a reception in his honor.


went to Mass and then
headed to the Crestview
Community Center, where
their pastor' sat quietly in a
chair in one corner of the
room. With the soft hiss of
an oxygen tank in the back-
ground, people of all ages
lined up to share words ,of
gratitude and encourage-
ment with O'Connor.
Many in the line wiped
away tears as they watched
their frail pastor shake
hands with well-wishers.
"This is a trying time,"
Father Richard Aulten-
baugh said during the 11
a.m. Mass on Sunday, as
members of the congrega-
tion nodded in agreement.
"Saying goodbye to your
pastor is like losing your
blood father you're that
dose."


After paying their
respects to O'Connor, many
of the parishioners filed past
a table covered with photos
of the priest dating back to
his grade school days at
Little Flower School in
Pensacola.
"This is just such a
shock," said Kristin Foley,
who'd been looking-forward
to receiving her First
Communion from O'Connor
in May. "He. seemed fine
right before Christmas."
Tanner Cope, an altar
'server at the church, was
saddened by O'Connor's
sudden illness:
"He made MIa.ss nteie-t-
ing," the 10-year-old said.
"It wasn't like you just had
to get up early and.go sit
through something for an
hour on Sunday morning."


Kristin and Joe Foley examine photos of Father Steven O'Connor, pastor of Our Lady of
Victory Catholic Church, during a special reception in his honor.


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A group of North Okaloosa
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School senior who is under-
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Small world, isn't it?

John Parrott 7:-, 13E
Crestview News Bulletin M AR.;


Peggy (Jesse) Adams
and I live only couple of
miles apart in Crestview,
and to some that may not
be significant. But it is to
us because we share a
common history that goes
back more than 50 years,
to a small country town in
Southwestern Virginia.
What is really unusual
is that neither of us knew
the other lived here until a
few months ago. We had-
n't seen or heard from one
another since the mid-
1950s, and probably
would never had become
reacquainted except for a
chance telephone call.
It all began one evening,
a few months ago, when I
got a call from my sister,
Dr. Geneva Munsey, who
was in the process of con-
tacting members of her
1953 graduation class in
preparation for a class
reunion.
Her.first words to me
were, "You'll never guess
who I just got off the
phone with?" Even
before I could hazard a
guess, she said, "Peggy
Jesse."
I immediately knew
whom she meant, but I
was rather curious why
she was so excited about
talking to her.
She said she had been
unable to locate a fellow
classmate, and someone
mentioned Peggy might
know where she was.
They could only provide
her telephone number but
not address. In fact,
they didn't know what
state she was living in.
My sister called Peggy,
, and during the conversa-
tion, mentioned she and I


John Parrott recently reunited with longtime friend
Peggy Adams.


shared the same area
code.
Oh, Geneva, I'm sure
it's just a coincidence,"
Peggy said, "I live in a
place called Crestview,
Florida."
My sister called me
immediately, and gave me
her phone number.
I found it hard to
believe someone I had
grown up with lived right
here in Crestview. The
possibility seemed far too
remote because Cleveland,
Va., is such a tiny commu-
nity it does not show up
on most maps.
I sat there for perhaps
about 10 minutes wonder-
ing what I could say to
someone I had known so
well but hadn't seen in
more than 50lyears.
Then suddenly, my
phone rang, and it was-
Peggy calling me. We
chatted for the next two
hours, and as we did the
years seemed to melt
away.
It was though we were
walking down the street


in front of her father's
store and meeting the peo-
ple we knew and grew up
with. It was pure magic.
Afterwards, I've had
time to reflect on the
phone call and the 'flood
of memories Peggy and I
shared that evening.
The phrase you can never
go back isn't true. You
can, at least in your mem-
ory.
Since that night Peggy
and I stay in touch, and
often visit or chat on the
telephone. We prefer
talking about the good old
days, but sadly the town,
that was our world 50
years ago is in terrible
decline. People used to
take great pride in their
homes and gardens.
Houses were always fresh-
ly painted and yards were
manicured and garnished
with flowers and shrubs.
The Cleveland that
Peggy and I knew is being
overtaken by drugs and
dope addicts, but in our
eyes, it will forever be the
place we call home.


STABBING, continued from 1A


those alleyways," Grant said.
"It's really difficult to distin-
guish a trail."
Six police officers scoured
the area near the store
Tuesday morning, looking
for any information that
could point to a suspect.
"We walked on foot can-
vassing that area looking for
anything articles of cloth-
ing, the knife things like
that," said Police Investigator
John Cook. "We've devoted
most of our day today to try
to find out more about it.
We're taking leads as we get


them."
Officials thought they had
a lead from video surveil-
lance recovered from a near-
by Tom Thumb Food Store.
In the footage, a white male
entered the store shortly after
the incident occurred. He
went to the restroom,
changed clothes and left.
"What we originally
thought was going to work
for us wasn't even remotely
related to this," Grant said
after discovering that
Kennedy described the
assailant as a black male.


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investigations, lawmen used
informants to make under-
cover drug buys.
The following persons
were arrested on Sunday on
drug related charges:
Luvenia Tatum and
Melody Mayes, both resi-
dents at the Bowers Street
address, were arrested for
possession of cocaine with
the intend to distribute.
They were also charged


with possession of cocaine
and possession of marijuana.
Abdullah Tatum was
charged with possession of
marijuana.
Krystal Peebles was
charged with possession of
cocaine and marijuana.
Crestview Police Lt. Jamie
Grant said the two recent
drug busts are unrelated.
However, undisclosed
information revealed that this
drug bust would be signifi-


There are no security cam-
eras in the store and there
were no eyewitnesses who
could directly corroborate
Kennedy's statement, Grant
said.
Grant said this situation is
different from any other case
he's worked.
"He didn't get any money
and he went into this rage,"
he said. "That's alarming to
me."
Anyone with information
about the case can contact the
Crestview Police Department
at 682-2055.


1A
cantly larger than the previ-
ous bust.
"We had received informa-
tion that this bust might be a
bigger bust than the last one,"
Grant said. "We got lucky."
The drugs were mostly
being distributed out of the
home, Grant said.
After using informants
through a series of drug buys,
investigators had enough evi-
dence to get a search warrant,
Grant said. .


Crestview News Bulletin I 3A














4A OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 7, 2007


Boyd calls for

responsible budget

WASHINGTON, D.C. -Congressman Allen
Boyd (D-North Florida), the leader of the
Blue Dog Coalition and a member of the
House Budget Committee, today responded
to the Administration's Fiscal Year 2008
Budget, calling for a budget that is honest,
realistic, and fiscally responsible.
The president's budget leaves out signifi-
cant expenses in an attempt to balance the ,
budget by 2012-a commendable goal, but one
that can only be achieved with an accurate
accounting of our government's total expens-
es.
While the president aims to balance the
budget by 2012, under realistic assumptions,
his budget will remain in deficit over the
next five years. For example, the president's
budget freezes funding for the Department
of Education, the Department of the Interior,
and the Environmental Protection Agency at
2006 levels. This would essentially under-
. mine the No Child Left Behind Act and pre-
vent us from protecting our national parks
and forests and enforcing our env ironmental
laws. Also, the president's budget proposes
cutting Medicare and Medicaid by $100 bil-
lion-a proposal that members of his own
party have soundly rejected.
Furthermore, the Administration onfl gets
the budget to balance by 2012 by using the
Social Security surplus to mask the true size,
of the deficit.
Additionally, the president's budget tails
to provide a long term fix to the Alternative
Minimum Tax (AMT) needed to prev ent mid-
dle class families from facing serious ta\
increases. Without providing a lasting fix\ to
the AMT, Americans will pay approximately
$492 billion more in ta\e- over the next 10
years.
"Under pressure from fiscal hawks, like
the Blue Dogs the president is beginning to
demonstrate a commitment to cleaning up
our fiscal house, but this commitment
demands that the president recognize the
serious financial situation that our country is
experiencing, one that becomes increasingly
worse with time," said Congressman Boyd,
Blue Dog Co-Chair for Administration.
"Unfortunately, the president's budget
once again omits oui go\ ernment's total fis-
cal exposures, painting a 'best case scenario'
that will be almost impossible to live up to."
According to the U.S. hLeaouy. ..
Department, the actual fiscal exposures faced d
by the United States government at the end
of fiscal year. 2006 total $950 trillion. The
Government Accountability Office IGAO)
Comptroller General, David Walker has said
that to cover suchobligations it would cost
about $1710 000 for ever\ American or
$440,000 per household.
Congressman Boyd has long advocated
pay-as-you-go (PAYGO'i spending as a solu-
tion for.reducing our national debt. Earlier
this year, House leadership included PA\ GO
spending requirements in the House rules
package, and the Blue Dog Coalition is com-
mitted to _.eeing that PA\GO requirements
again become law.
"Our national debt is approaching $0 tril-
lion, and only though meaningtur budget
reforms will we make some head ay to
reduce this fiscal burden," Boyd stated. "I
will be working in the House Budget
Committee to ensure that our budget will be
honest and realistic and complete with
PAYGO rules and appropriate spending
caps."


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State of the Union address


"Each of us is guided by
our own convictions and
to these we must stay
faithful. Yet we are all held
to the same standards, and
called to serve the same
good purposes: To extend
this Nation's prosperi-
ty... to spend the people's
money wisely...to solve
problems, not leave them to
future generations... to
guard America against all
evil, and to keep faith with
those we have sent forth to
defend us." -President
George W. Bush, State of
the Union Address
January 23, 2007
The president
announced that we have
a growing economy and
it is due to Republican
principles of entrepre-
neurship and free enter-
prise. He continues to
push economic reforms
to eliminate the federal
deficit in five years. We
both support exposing
all earmarks so they can
be voted on, and know.
the importance for both
parties to work together
-to develop a viable plan
to fix Medicare and
Medicaid and preserve
Social Security for future
generations. '


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Realizing the
healthcare reform
President Bush
a universal heal
ance tax credit t
alleviate health
costs on families
Currently, empl
vided health in
not taxed, but v
proposal both t
employees and
employers will
on health care b
applaud his inn
thinking; howev
not support the
healthcare bene
The Presiden
ues to push his
tion initiatives,
involve doublin
of our border p
funding new in
ture and techno
While I comme:
efforts to secure
ders, I will never
port a provision
grants any sort
amnesty to illeg


grants. Such an action
Miller would deliver a damag-
Report ing message that break-
ing the laws of this
Jeff nation, laws that keep
our citizens and legal
Miller residents safe, is some-
how okay. This could not
need for be further from the truth.
rm, If the first step these
proposed people want to take is to
lth insur- break our law, any sort
to help of good faith is.
care destroyed. We have a
*s. 'legal immigration
loyer-pro- process, and while this is
surance is a process that is always
vith this being reviewed, it is still
he a necessary process.
their Illegal immigrants not
pay taxes only pose a threat to our
benefits. I national security but also
iovative unfairly drain social
ver, I do services that lawful tax-
taxing of payers have contributed.
*fits. President Bush has
it contin- ordered more combat
immigra- forces to Iraq and has
which extended the tours of
ig the size some forces already in
atrol and the country. Their mis-
frastruc- sion is to restore order to
logy. the four provinces in
nd his Iraq that remain volatile.
e our bor- Let's be perfectly clear,
er sup- 14 of the 18 provinces in
n that Iraq are secure. These
of additional forces will
gal immi- help restore overall order


and provide a stable
environment for the
political process within
to work. I support send-
ing more forces than the
President has ordered -
but only if they are given
a specific mission of
fighting the enemy and
supporting the Iraqi
army in training and
combat.
Ensuring prosperity
for future generations
must include reform of
institutions today -
retirement plans, the tax
code, and our healthcare
system that were cre-
ated for the world of
yesterday, not tomorrow.
I look forward to work-
ing with my colleagues
on a forward-looking
agenda that benefits each
and every American.

United States
Representative Jeff
Miller was sworn in as
the Congressman of
the First District
Congressional District
of Florida in October of
2001. He is a member
of the House Armed
Services Committee
and the Committee on
Veterans' Affairs.


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Conference presents tools for family life


From staff reports

A 17-year-old boy breaks
down as he talks about his
parents breaking up. An
8-year-old girl wants to
know what she can do to
make her daddy come back
home. A pregnant teenager
tries to hide the sadness as
she shares that everyone
thought her "ideal" church
family was perfect. It was
experience after experience
with hurting children like
these that overwhelmed Jeff
and Debby McElroy to the
point that they left their full-
time jobs with IBM and
school teaching to try to
make a difference for the
sake of the kids.
It was something they
had never planned on doing.
"I was excited about
teaching elementary music
and giving private voice and
piano lessons from' our
home," says Debby, a voice
performance/music educa-
tion major.
"And I'd always thought
the way to happiness and a
great lifestyle was by pursu-
ing a career in corporate
law," adds Jeff, a business
management/mass media
major. But after four years of
teaching for Debby and five
years at IBM for Jeff, they left
it all ... literally. They
resigned their jobs in 1989,
and by 1991, their confer-


ences were in such demand,
they were on the road more
than they were home. So
they gave it up. With a
6-month-old of their own,
they sold their home and
bought a 40-foot fifth wheel
travel trailer.
"We just couldn't stand
by and watch what was hap-
pening to kids as their fami-
lies were falling apart," says
Jeff.
"Sure, it wasn't easy,"
Debby adds. "But the
rewards so greatly out-
weighed the struggles that it
made it all worthwhile."
As their ministry has
grown, so has their family.
They now have two children,
Kristen (age 15) and Trevan
(age 10). To give their kids a
chance to grow roots of their
own, the McElroys now live
in Knoxville, Tenn. They've
traded. RV parks for airports
as they now fly across the
country trying to turn the
tide of family statistics.
"It's funny," Jeff laughs.
"We still don't know what to
call our profession. When
someone asks us what we
do, I like to tell them we're in
construction ... remodeling,
specifically. We tear down
walls and build up families."
Featured in the magazine
HomeLife, "America's
Funniest People" and other
television programs across-
the country, they have a


unique style of presenting
real tools for real problems in
a really funny way. Combine
the antics of "Tool Time," the
poignancy of a Hallmark
Card commercial, and the
hard hitting challenges of a
Vince Lombardi, and you've
got an idea of what you'll
find at one of their confer-
ences.
"We have to be creative,"
says Debby. "We have to
present our material in such
a way that every person in
the family gets it. That means
we've got to use music,
video, high energy teaching,
comedy and thought pro-
voking three-minute dramas.
Jeff even juggles to talk to the
teens about how to live with
their parents without losing
their mind!"
"Many families think that
they've got to have big prob-
lems to warrant going to
something like this," adds
Jeff. "Our purpose is to catch
them before there are big
problems. We want to show
them how to not just survive
being a family, but how to
actually enjoy it in the
process."
The words to the title
song on one of their albums
states it pretty plainly.'
"Nothing lasts forever any-
more it seems. Happily-ever-
afters are so few. As the fairy
tale of family has met reality,
their dreams become any-


thing but true."
"Nobody starts their fam-
ily wanting it to end," Debby
points out. "They worked
hard finding a good mate.
They worked hard in plan-
ning a good wedding. The
problem is, they exchange
their vows, and then they
stop working on their family.
They expect it to just 'work
out.' The problem is, for
many. of them, the next time
they work together is when
they are dividing the proper-
ty in the divorce settlement."
On Feb. 10 and 11, the
families of Crestview and
the surrounding areas have a
tinique opportunity to have
some downright entertain-
ing family time and learn
something in the process
and to get a chance to work
on your family and not even
feel like you're working.
The "Home Improvement
Conference" is hosted by
First Baptist Church of
Crestview and is open to all
in the community.
The weekend will kick off
with a "Couple's Banquet"
on Saturday night at 6 p.m.
In addition to a nice dinner,
married couples of all ages
will enjoy getting time to
visit with other 'couples in
the community, free of dis-
tractions from the kids. After
the dinner, Jeff and Debby
will take the couples
through a comedic, yet edu-


national, trip through what
they call the "marital, not
martial arts."
On Sunday morning, Jeff
and Debby will meet at 9
a.m. with the parents of the
community to share "The
Secrets of Successful
Parents." Jeff and Debby will
lead a frank discussion
about what has to be done to
re-establish traditional val-
ues in contemporary fami-
lies.
During the Sunday morn-
ing worship service at 10:30
a.m., Jeff and Debby will be
using their music, drama,
comedy and testimony to
encourage and equip fami-
lies.
Following the services,
there will be a Grandparents
Appreciation Luncheon at
noon during which the cou-
ple will meet with the grand-
parents of the area to talk
about different ways adultss
with seniority," as Jeff and
Debby call them, can help
establish traditional values
in the lives of their grand-
children and the children of
this area.


WHAT: "Home Improvement Conference"
WHEN: Feb. 10 and 11
WHERE: First Baptist Church of Crestview
CALL 682-2544 FOR MORE INFORMATION


Fred Astaire Dance Studios celebrate 60th anniversary


LONGMEADOW, MA -
Fred Astaire Dance
Studios proudly announce
the celebration of its 60th
anniversary this year.
Founded in 1947 by leg- .
endary dancer Fred Astaire,
Fred Astaire Dance Studios
Inc. is a well-known fran-
chised dance studio chain
with over 120 studios open
throughout the country.
Although Astaire retired"'
from the business in 1953, the


curriculum used today in all
Fred Astaire Dance Studios is
still based on the concepts
that he perfected.
Upon opening, the origi-
nal studio on Park Avenue in
the heart of Manhattan was
visited by a swarm of celebri-
ties, including, Vera Ellen,
Red Buttons, Shirley Booth,
'and Alan Hale. Fred Astaire
worked with many young
foundatchers tion estate famed Fred
foundation of the famed Fred


Astaire method of ballroom "Dancing with the Stars,"
dance instruction. Many of "Mad Hot Ballroom," "Take
these teachers went on to the Lead," and "Shall We
become executives in the Dance," young people and
Fred Astaire organization couples are now interested in
and experts in the dance learning how to ballroom
industry. dance. Since its debut in
Evolving from a social 2005, "Dancing with the
past-time into a darling of Stars" has attracted a youmg
television, ballroom dancing adult audience, ranking
has changed significantly among the highest rated TV
since Fred Astaire's time., show with adults ages 18-49.
With' 'the' advent bf 'it'"TV' 1More than 27.7 milliotview-'
shows and movies like ers watched the last season's


finale. There is also a grow-
ing awareness of the general
benefits that can be derived
from dancing. Learning how
to dance provides a fun way
to exercise, improve coordi-
nation, relieve stress, and
meet new people.
"We've had a 32 percent
increase in our new student
enrollments from 2005-
2006," Rothweiler adds,
"And eight new studios are
planning to open within the


next two months. All this is a
dramatic increase due to the
newfound popularity of ball-
room dancing no doubt com-
ing from the immense expo-
sure of this delightful art that
is being embraced by mil-
lions and millions of new
people. Although we've
grown so much in the past 60
years, Fred Astaire's, grace,
style, and elegance are still
an integral part of every one
of our studios."


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After taking a short time
to catch their breath, they
meet with local youth for
pizza and laughter at 4:15
p.m. to help them with
"Living with Your Parents
without Losing Your Mind!"
"We're going to talk
frankly about the problems
youth have in their families
during the- teen years," Jeff
points out. "We really enjdy
this time. We use a bunch of
comedy as we let them laugh
at our families while they
learn about surviving
theirs."
Sunday night, the week-
end crescendos into a life
changing time of family
commitment, reconciliation
and new beginnings. This
service will be at 6 p.m. and
is open to all congregations
and church groups.
All of the weekend's
events are open to the com-
munity, but seating is limit-
ed. Anyone interested is
encouraged to call the offices
of. First Baptist Church of
Crestview at 682-2544 for
reservations and conference
times.


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POLICE


/ BLOTTER

S Information taken from actual law
enforcement reports, compiled by
Adam Ziglar


Tale of a drunk
turtle
Recently, a man was trav-
eling through Baker at an
unbearably slow rate of
speed.
Normally, it only takes a
few seconds to drive through
the community's main thor-
oughfare. This guy turned
the short jaunt into a road
trip.
After traveling through
Baker, the sheriff's office
spotted his snail-like move-
ments and began to follow
him; at first glance, it was
obvious that he was intoxi-
cated. He also did not have a
visible tag and the deputy
swore that the driver was
actually a turtle, disguised as
a local drunk.
Along the highway the
speed limit signs increased,
hoping to encourage him to
go faster. On State Road 4,
the deputy clocked him
doing 27 mph in a 55 mph
zone. He was also swerving
back and forth. It was as if he
was performing some ritual-
istic dance with ,his car. It
was scary.
The deputy followed him
through several roads,
including Charlie Day Road
and Galliver Cutoff. Finally,
the deputy turned on his
blue lights, but the lethargic
driver just kept going and
going.
The man pulled into the
convenience store at the
intersection of State Road 4


and Galliver Cutoff and
parked in the handicap spot.
The man stumbled as he
tried to get out of his truck.
The deputy requested a
license, registration and
proof of insurance. He also
asked where he hid his turtle
shell and why his cousins
were so good at karate.
The man could not come
up with any of the items, He
refused to several attempts
made by the deputy to per-
form a sobriety test. After
refusing to do so, he was
carted off to the county jail
where he hid in his shell
until his first appearance.

Drunk
number two
Recently, another man
was arrested for driving
under the influence of alco-
hol.
After leaving Gecko's, a
local sports bar off John King
Road, she turned right and
sped down State Road 85,
doing more than 60 mph in a
45 mph zone.
The woman continued to
drive for about a quarter of a
mile after the deputy turned
on his blue lights.
She eventually swerved
slowly off the road.
She told the deputy that
she had had a few beers, but
wasn't drunk.
The field sobriety tests
disagreed. She failed all of
them and was soon there-
after arrested.


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FOR THE RECORD


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007


@ OBITUARIES


Daniel Ottis Burch, Sr.
Nov. 29, 1938-Jan. 29, 2007
Mr. Daniel Burch Sr., age 68, of Milligan, passed away Jan.
29, 2007 in Crestview, Fla. He was born Nov. 29, 1938 in Walton
County, Florida to Frank and Mattie Burch.
Mr. Burch had been a resident of Milligan, Fla., originally
from Walton County. He was Baptist by faith. He worked as a
truck driver for Ft. Walton Concrete. He enjoyed fishing, yard
work and was a very talented carpenter, and enjoyed working
with his hands.
Mr. Burch was predeceased by his father and mother, and
two brothers, Buford and Louie Frank.
Mr. Burch is survived. by his companion, Diane Rollins of
Milligan; five sons, Daniel Ottis Burch Jr. and wife Donna of
Ponce de Leon, Fla., Darryl C. Burch and wife Michelle of
North Dakota, Johnny R. Burch and wife Cindy of Leonia, Fla.,
James 0. Burch of Ponce de Leon, Fla., and Bruce W. Burch of
DeFuniak Springs; one daughter, Ledell Vinson of Fort Walton
Beach, Fla.; one stepson, Mark Rosson and wife Beverly of
Milligan, Fla.; three stepdaughters, Sharon Hodge and hus-
band Billy of Crestview, Fla., Elizabeth Richardson and hus-
band Larry of Cumming, Ga., and Kimberly Motley and hus-
band Mike of Conyers, Ga.; 24 grandchildren, seven great-
grandchildren, eight stepgrandchildren and three stepgreat-
grandchildren.
A time of visitation was held from 6 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
3 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home Chapel, 230 Park Avenue,
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435.
Funeral services were conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4
at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home, with Reverend T.V. Kolmetz
officiating. Floral arrangements were accepted.
Burial followed in the Griffith Cemetery in Milligan, Fla.
Clary-Glenn Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrange-
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2, 2007 in a DeFuniak Springs hospital. She was a resident o
the Clear Springs community in North Walton County
Florida. Born Sept. 2, 1914 in Geneva County, Alabama
Elizabeth was the daughter of the late Gadi Yates and Mattic
Lou Answorth. She married Perry Brackin Dec. 19, 1936 ir
Andalusia, Ala. Perry passed away May 9, 1992.
Elizabeth was never idle. She loved her flowers in her yarc
and fishing as her past times. She knew her Lord.
Survivors are her two daughters, Geraldine Aplin
Crestview, and Gladys E. Holley, DeFuniak Springs; eight
grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and five great-great-
grandchildren. Those living in the Crestview area are grand-
daughters Mardi Vaughn and Shelby Rice, great-grandsons
Michael Paul, Alexander Rice, Cameron Rice and Jerry Lynr
Thompson, and her great-great-grandson, James Thompson.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8 at the
First Baptist Church in DeFuniak Springs, Fla. with Reverenc
Jerry Crumley officiating. Visitation was held from 2 3 p.m
at the First Baptist Church. Interment was in the Cleal
Springs Church Cemetery in DeFuniak.


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City of Crestview
crime reports
1/18: Steve W. Corbin, 28, of
364 Riverchase Blvd, Crestview,
was issued a capias on the
offense of domestic battery.
1/24: Joseph Ignatius
Stevens, 22, of 526 Addison
Place, Crestview, was charged
with selling of marijuana and
possession of marijuana under
20 grams. Jacob Charles
Lintner, 18, of 1641 East James
Lee Blvd, Crestview, was
charged with principal to posses-
sion of marijuana and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. *
Alfonso Rojas, 45, of.4809 West
Hwy 98, Panama City, was
charged with driving while his
licensed was expired. Joshua
Devon Kroll, 24, of 405 North
West Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with, petty theft gas
drive off.
1/25: Robert Lee Toles, 47, of
8301 Robbins Road, Laurel Hill,
was charged with possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia and resisting an
officer without violence. Jason
Michael Waltermon, 27, of 1704
Cobb Road, Baker, was issued a
notice to appear on the offenses
of possession of marijuana and
possession of drug parapherna-
lia. Phillip T. Brown, 54, of 698
McDonald Street, Crestview, was
issued a capias on the offense of
possession of drug parapherna-
lia. Willie F. Harrison, 27, of
250 East North Avenue,
Crestview, was issued a capias
on the offense of domestic bat-
tery touch or strike. Jerred
Drew Anderson, 26, of 509 East
Williams Avenue, Crestview, was.
charged with loitering or prowling
and resisting an officer without
violence.
1/26: Frederick Jackson
Butts, 30, of 5573 Jaxs Rabbit
Road, Crestview, was charged
with violation of domestic injunc-
tion. Michael Tirell White, 23, of
467 South Savage Street, was


Chuck & Angela
Freeman, Owners


charged, from a warrant out of
Walton County, with battery. *
Anthony Scott Brown, 21, of 757
Bay Street, Crestview, was
charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia..
1/27: Ronald E,. Hoffman, 51,
of 223 Bowers Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with dri-
ving while his license was sus-
pended. Tiner Theresa Hall,
43, of 6479 San Juan Avenue,
Jacksonville, was charged with
selling cocaine within 1000 feet
of a place of worship.
1/28: Stacey A. Frye, 41, of
106 Cedar Point Road,
Crestview, was charged with
operated a vehicle against
license restriction. Bradley M.
Simmons, 19, of 101 Powell
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving while his license was
suspended.
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
1/25: Michael Allen Lloyd, 43,
of 802 East Williams Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with two
counts of selling cocaine..
1/27: William Jospeh
Napolean, 24, of 4052 Luke
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance with the intent to dis-
tribute within 1000 feet of a
church, possession of a con-
trolled substance with the intent
to distribute within 1000 feet of
public housing, possession of a
controlled substance with the
intent to distribute within 1000
feet of a school and possession
Of a firearm by a convicted felon.
1/30: Steven Wayne Boals II,
18, of 248 Chestnut Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with bur-
glary of a structure with an
unarmed person inside, grand
theft, pawn under $300 and crim-
inal mischief.
1/31: Christopher Allen
Chase, 20, of 3098 Highland
Avenue, Crestview, was charged
with driving while his license was
suspended.


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THE CNB CALENDAR
If your organization has a regu-
larly scheduled standing meet-
ing that you would like to see in
our calendar, please mail it to
the Crestview News Bulletin,
295 West James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it to
682-2246; or e-mail us at
okpublishing @ crestviewbul-
letin.com. Please label all corre-
spondence: "Attn Weekly
Calendar."
CIVIC

CONCORD LODGE #50
F&AM holds their regular meeting
at 404 Garden Street, Crestview, on
the first and third Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. For further informa-
tion, call 423-1030.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION FOR ACTIVE & RETIRED
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCI-
ATION CHAPTER 1428 gets
together once a month for 11 a.m.
lunch and an 12 p.m. meeting at
Barnhill's in Fort Walton Beach.
For more information, call 678-
5678.
DISABLED AMERICAN VET-
ERANS get together everythird
Tuesday of the month for a 6 p.m.
dinner and 7 p.m. meeting at the
chapters 5296 Hare Street location
in Crestview. For,information, call
the chapter office at 682-0982 or
write them at DAV Chapter 57, P.O.,
Box 63, Crestview, FL 32539.
THE WALTON GUARD meets
at the White Sands Bowling Center
in Fort Walton Beach. The meetings
are public. Contact Cheryl Harris at
244-3053 for details.
The Crestview CONCERNED
CITIZENS GROUP meets on the
first Thursday of every month at 6
p.m. The meetings are held in the
Fairview Park building on
McClelland Street.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE -
On the second Thursday of each
month at the American Legion Post
f, 235 in Fort Walton Beach, the
Marine Corps League Detachment
r 915 meets at 7:30 p.m. Any former
or retired Marine interested in join-
ing should contact Jack Howell at
683-0412 or Tom Burns at 682-
3992.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple),
located at 971 West James Lee
Blvd., has bingo games .every
Thursday.night. The club also offers
three $250 jackpots. Call Robert
Boutwell at 682-5087, or stop by.
ELKS LODGE meets first and
third Thursdays at 127 Pine Avenue
in Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
.. SHARING AND CARING, 298
W. Martin Luther King Blvd., offers
t emergency food service to tle
needy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Monday through Friday (closed on
Thursdays.
The ORDER OF THE EAST-
ERN STAR, Crestview Chapter
#203 holds their regular monthly
meetings on the first and third
Thursday of each month. Meetings
are held at 404 Garden Street and
start at 7:30 p.m.

k HEALTH

NORTH OKALOOSA GAS-
TRIC BYPASS SUPPORT
GROUP: will have monthly meet-
ings at Body-B-Healthy, 2227 South
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, on the
second Thursday of every month
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Hours are sub-
i ject to change with holidays. Send
an e-mail to Donika at
mamadonika@yahoo.com to con-
firm.
w Meetings are open to anyone
who has had the surgery, wants to
have it, or is just interested in learn-
ing more about it. For more infor-
mation call Donika at 826-1177.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
Central Panhandle (serving Walton,
Okaloosa, and south Santa Rosa
Counties) now meets on the third
Friday of each month at 10 a.m. in
Niceville. Call Sarah at 850-420-
S3900 for more details.
A free breastfeeding classes
taught by Sarah Leatherman, a
Accredited La Leche League
SLeader. Classes held most
, Thursday evenings from 6 8 p.m.
Sat First United Methodist Church,
Chandler Building, Room 800 in
Niceville
LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
? WORK LSN meets every third
Friday of the month at NOMC's
Senior Circle Classroom in
S Crestview. For more information call
S 1-800-458-8211.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUP-
,PORT GROUP meetings are open
to those who have MS, their fami-
* lies, and those who care about
' them. Meetings in the Fort Walton
Beach area are held at 10:30 a.m.
on the second Saturday of each
month at the Bob Gates Welcome
Center located at the Bob Hope
SVillage in Shalimar. For more infor-
nation or to receive our monthly
newsletter please call Tina in
Crestview at 423-1193.


The ALZHEIMER'S SUP-
PORT GROUP meets on the sec-
ond Tuesday of every month at 11
a.m. in the Covenant Hospice
Community Education Room at 370
W. Redstone Drive in Crestview.
Guest speakers, group discus-
sion and support from friends are
all a part of it.The next meeting will
be Feb. 13 with Dr. Jerry Nicklin


presenting "Deal or No Deal!" For
more information call 682-3628.
COVENANT HOSPICE ON-
GOING GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP
Covenant Hospice invites anyone
who has suffered the loss of a
loved one to attend this free ongo-
ing grief support group on the first
and third Wednesday of each
month from 11 a.m. to noon at its.
Crestview office located at 370 W.
Redstone Drive.
The bereavement specialist will
present current information on
growing through grief, the impact of
grief, and renewal after loss.
"Dutch" lunch follows the meeting.
For more information, please con-
tact Charlotte at 682-3628, ext.
235.
The Twin Cities Hospital and
the National Headache Foundation
invite you to attend the monthly
HEADACHE SUPPORT GROUP
meetings. Call Susan at (850) 897-
0542 for more information and to
RSVP.
EATING DISORDER SUP-
PORT GROUP (ANAD) meets
each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Fort
Walton Beach Creative Senior
Center, 31 Memorial Parkway SW.
Nationally affiliated; local advisory
board. Call 796-3277 for informa-
tion.
WEIGHT WATCHERS meets
every Thursday at the First United
Methodist Church, 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview. Room 212.
Registration and weigh in begins at
5 p.m., meeting follows.
LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
WORK 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 for the meetings and every-
one is welcome.
For more information please call
Lupus Support Network at 800-458-
8211.
SENIOR CIRCLE is an outreach
organization committed to enriching
the lives of seniors thru wellness
and exercise programs, seminars
on current issues of interest, friend-
ship, and social gatherings. To
learn more about Senior Circle or to
register for events, please call 689-
8409.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
holds their regular scheduled meet-
ings every third Thursday of the
month at 490 W.U.S. Hwy 90, Holt,
in the community building at 6:30
p.m. The public is encouraged to
,attend.
- HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
holds its regular training meeting
the second and fourth Thursdays
from 7 p.m. at the fire station locat-
ed at 490 W.U.S. 90 in Holt.
Persons interested in joining the
department are welcome to attend.

SOCIAL

S*PEANUT PRODUCERS
ASSOCIATION would like to
announce the 32nd Annual
Membership meeting to be held
Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Jackson
County Agriculture Conference
Center in Marianna. Registration
will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by
the traditional smoked steak dinner.
ELDER SERVICES OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meets every
Thursday for Game Day at 10 a.m.
and the Quilting Club meets every
Wednesday at 10 a.m. Starting
Feb. 13, Flea Market Bingo at 9
a.m. with continental breakfast...
TRI-COUNTY BEEKEEPING
ASSOCIATION meets the last
Saturday of every month in the
Agriculture Extension Building in
Crestview. Contact 682-8390 for
more information.
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB meets every second Monday
evening of the month at Hughes
Cabinet Shop. Social starts at 6
p.m. For more information 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.
The GENEALOGICAL SOCI-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
(GSOC) wants to help you keep
your New Year's resolution to begin
or be more involved in researching
your family tree. GSOC, the
Heritage Museum, Valparaiso
Library, H2U and LDS Family
History Center are working together
to help you make your family tree
dream come true. GSOC's pur-
pose is to help people research
their ancestors, whether they came
from other states,, or locally. The
Genealogical Society of Okaloosa
County meets the second Saturday
of each month.
The DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
GARDEN CLUB will present Felder
Rushing, renowned horticulturist


and author, on Saturday, Feb. 24
from 9 a.m. noon. The tickets will
be $25, including a garden picnic
lunch. For more information con-
tact Dara Dobson 850-859-0096 or
e-mail wildflowersmatter@defuni-
ak.com.
DOGWOOD GARDEN CLUB
, meets the 1st Monday of each


month from September through
May at 7 p.m. at different mem-
bers' homes. For more information
please call 682-2691 or 682-3639.
EGLIN OFFICERS WIVIES
CLUB will meet Thursday, Feb. 22,
at the Eglin Officers Club. Social
will begin at 11 a.m. and lunch will
be served at 11:30 a.m. The pro-
gram will be Bingo. Please call
Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369 by
Feb. 15 for reservations .
ADVENTURE CLUB meets
several times a month. For more
information call Clarice Habinck at
850-581-4591 or e-mail frek-
lz100 @ cox.net.
Thursday, Feb. 8, 3 p.m. Bike
ride in the Sandestin
Resort/Subdivision, east of Destin.
Meet at the Bayside Tennis Facility
parking area.
Sunday, Feb. 11, 11 a.m. Bike
ride in older section of Mobile and
then, after lunch, enjoy the exhibit
at the Gulf Coast Exploreum in
Mobile named A Day in Pompeii".
The cost is $17.25 for seniors. To
find out more about this exhibit and
directions to the Gulf Coast
Exploreum use the following web
site: www.exploreum.net. Meet
at the entrance to the Gulf Coast
Exploreum.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 3 p.m. Bike
ride on Pensacola Beach. Meet at
the parking area under the beach
ball looking water tower.
The GOLD WING ROAD RID-
ERS ASSOCIATION (GWRRA),
Chapter' FL 1-0, meets at the
Ryan's steakhouse on North
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview, across
from Wal-Mart. Every third Saturday
morning for breakfast at 8 a.m. and
business at 9 a.m. Dedicated to the
group motto "Friends for fun, safety,
and knowledge," members enjoy
the freedom of belonging to a non-
profit, nonreligious, and nonpolitical
organization. There are over 80,000
members worldwide, and all motor-
cycles and owners are welcome to
join. For information, call Wes Davis
at 892-0318 or Jack Birge at 682-
3650.
WESTERN GATE CHAPTER,
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION: For
more details on any events, visit the
group's Web site at http://west-
gate.florida.org or call 850-932-
5469.
Third Thursday meetings are
held at 7 p.m. at First Christian
Church located at the corner of
Langley and Goodrich Avenues,
Pensacola.
Saturday, Feb. 10, at 8 a.m.
Volunteers needed by the Western
Gate Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association for a work hike at Eglin
AFB. Contact leader for details at
(850) 939-0966.
PENSACOLA VOLKSMARCH
CLUB Walking & Social Club.
Meetings take place at 7 p.m. every
third Tuesday of the month at
Founaris Brothers Restaurant.
Visitors welcome.
Details: 474-9012 or on the web
site at www.angelfire.com/trek/pen-
sacolafl/.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS HCE
CLUB is one of the oldest volunteer
groups in the U.S., although the
name has changed from "Extension
Homemakers." Home and
Community Education members are
volunteers in the Family &
Consumer Sciences program of the
UF/IFAS Extension program in
Okaloosa County. "
Helping Florida families meet
the practical challenges of daily life
remains one of the goals of the
organization.
Members enjoy educational pro-
grams, community service work,
leisure arts, and fellowship. They
are also involved at the county, dis-
trict, and state level.
.Meetings are available to all
persons without regard to race,
color, sex, age, handicap, religion,
or national origin. For more informa-
tion call Nita at 682-3118.
The SONS OF CONFEDER-
ATE VETERANS hold meetings at
Sonny's in Crestview. The public
may attend. Call Jack Bonham at
862-3891 for information.
The SONS OF AMERICAN
REVOLUTION holds meetings at
Neighborhood Caf6 in Mary Esther.
The public is-invited to attend. For
more information call John Cahoon
at 862-5078.
The MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: The MOMS Club is
an international non-profit support
group for at-home mothers, includ-
ing those who have home-based
businesses or who work part-time
but are home with their children
during the day.
The monthly meetings are held
every third Friday of the month at
the Epiphany Episcopal Church,
424 Garden St., Crestview at 9:30
a.m.
The meeting is open to mothers
of all ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact
Membership Vice President Joelle
Curcio at 758-6187 or e-mail at
Joelle96@cox.net for more informa-
tion.


MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOL-
ERS OF CRESTVIEW meets the
first and third Thursday of each
month from 9:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
at Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview.
You do not have to be a mem-
ber of the church to attend the
meetings. The group web site
address is www.MOPS.org. Call
682-9416 for information.


Are you looking for a
way to create that special
nook in your home that
might help bring you closer
to that special someone?
Take a look at your home. Is
it-a place love would want
to live?
To help bring love into
your life, we suggest you
create a place in your home
where it feels welcome. The
fastest and easiest way to
achieve this is to add a bit of
color to your walls. But,
how do you choose the right
color? The right color does
much more than just look
good in the room. It can
actually be a reflection of
your personality to others
who see it. To help you
make color choices that
accurately reflect who you
are to a potential mate, here
are a few general things that
colors might say about you!
RED Red is a dynamic
and passionate color and
symbolizes love, rage and
courage. Reds are warm and
create a sense of security and
coziness as you get into the
deeper tones-think deep
apple red, burgundy, and
wine colors.
PINK Pink is highly
emotional in character and
connotes a sensitive heart.
Gently you offer love, atten-
tion and nurturing to those
in distress. ,
VIOLET Violet, the
color of luxury, indicates
sensuality, passion and
depth of feeling. Creative
and artistically talented, you
tend to have a complex per-
sonality.
YELLOW Yellow is
often associated with joy and
virtue in their purest sense.


PREP TIME: 15 Min COOK TIME: 10 Min
READY IN: 50 Min
MAKES: 2 dozen
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons ground ginger '
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon salt -
3/4 cup margarine, softened
1 cup white sugar
1 egg
1 tablespoon water
1/4 cup molasses
2 tablespoons white sugar

PREHEAT oven to 350 degrees F (175
degrees C). Sift together the flour, ginger,
baking soda, cinnamon, cloves, and salt.
Set aside.
IN A LARGE bowl, cream together the
margarine and 1 cup sugar until light and
fluffy. Beat in the egg, then stir in the
water and molasses. Gradually stir the
sifted ingredients into the molasses
mixture. Shape dough into walnut sized
balls, and roll them in the remaining 2


If your favorite color is yel-
low, it's probable that you
look forward to the future,
and that you are intellectual,
highly imaginative and ide-
alistic.
ORANGE While the
color orange is the color of
autumn, in spice form and
design, you need not feel
restricted by this. Orange
lovers tend to have excessive
energy with an eye for struc-
ture and organization. They
also love to be surrounded
by family and friends.
BROWN Brown can be
quite sensuous in nature.
Brown represents the impor-
tance of hearth and home.
Those who prefer brown
tend to be conscientious,
steady and reliable.
BLUE The color of tran-
quility, blue is cooling,
soothing and orderly. The
color of royalty, blue can also
bring comfort and serenity to


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our lives. If you choose blue,
you have a basic need for a
calm, harmonious and ten-
sion-free existence.
GREEN Green is the
color of life, and represents
freshness, security and tran-
quility. Green creates an I
atmosphere that is calm and
restful, and characterizes the
intense power of nature. If
you selected green, you seek
stability, balance and persis-
tence. You are a moral and
affectionate individual. Be
open minded when choosing
your colors. Take a chance
and let your home be a land-
ing spot for love. After all,
colors can only foster change
if you let them!

For detailed project infor-
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projects ideas, visit the
BeJane Web site,
www.BeJane.com.


tablespoons of sugar.
Place the cookies 2 inches apart onto
an ungreased cookie sheet, and flatten
slightly.
BAKE FOR 8 to 10 minutes in the
preheated oven. Allow cookies to cool on
baking sheet for 5 minutes before
removing to a wire rack to cool
completely. Store in an airtight container.


MAIN DISH MACARONI SALAD
MAKES: 6-8 servings


1 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 cup chopped parsley
2 tablespoons milk
1 clove garlic, minced
2 cups corkscrew pasta
1 1/2 cups diced ham
2 cups halved cherry tomatoes


COOK PASTA in a large pot of boiling
water until al dente.
DRAIN, RINSE, and drain once more. Set
aside.
IN A LARGE bowl, combine mayonnaise,
grated cheese, parsley, milk, and garlic.
MIX WELL. Stir in pasta, ham, and toma-
toes. Chill several hours.


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THE ARTS


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007i


UWF to host Festival on the Green Crafts Fair


Deadline to sub-
mit entries Feb. 23

PENSACOLA The
University of West Florida
has issued a call to exhibit
for its seventh annual
Festival on the Green Crafts
Fair, which will take place
March 30 and 31 on the UWF
Pensacola Campus. The fair
is a highly publicized fair
with space for 50 to 60
crafters. The deadline for
entry is Feb. 23.
While the fair is not
juried, there is a selection
process and awards will be
given to the best booths
based on creativity, appeal,
organization and overall
appearance of display. Cash
prizes totaling $325 will be
awarded in these categories:


First place booth, $125;
Second place booth, $75;
Third place booth, $50; and
three Judge's Awards at $25
each.
Entry categories for hand-
made crafts include apparel,
ceramics, decorative foods,
fiber/wood/leather, furni-
ture, glass, home and garden
accents, jewelry, sculpture,
quilting and others. Crafters
should submit completed
applications, along with one
color photograph of their
work, to UWF Festival on
the Green Crafts Fair, Attn:
Valerie Moneyham, Building
20W, Room 159, 11000
University Parkway,
Pensacola, Fl 32514 no later
than the Feb. 23 deadline.
Each application must be
accompanied by a $35 check
for a booth fee (includes


$2.45 state sales tax). Those
applicants who are not
selected will be refunded the
booth fee. Fees collected will
be applied to event costs and
crafter awards. Notification
will be mailed on or about
March 2.
Festival on the Green is a
two-day event that wel-
comes the Northwest Florida
and South Alabama commu-
nity to the UWF campus.
Last year, the festival attract-
ed approximately 20,495 vis-
itors. Applications for the
Festival on the Green Crafts
Fair are available online at
uwf.edu/festival/call_to_cr
afters.cfm.
For more information,
contact Kristy Padron at
(850) 474-2048 or e-mail
kpadron@uwf.edu.


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Artists can earn prizes for their craft work and booths in the March 30 and 31 Festival ,
on the Green Crafts Fair.


Be your own Valentine, Tips that won't break your heart


For centuries, February
has been the month to cele-
brate love. Chocolate treats
and fancy meals are all quin-
tessential parts of our mod-
em Valentine's Day festivi-
ties. If you find that it's hard
to be healthy on Valentine's
Day, remember that this spe-
cial day can be just as fun
and romantic without sugar,
chocolates and calorie-rich
meals. In fact, this year be
your own Valentine and
treat yourself to some heart-
healthy foods and activities.
TOPS Club, Inc., a nonprofit,
noncommercial, weight-loss
organization offers the fol-
lowing tips that won't break
your heart:


Certain foods have been
known to help stimulate love
within us. Give some of these
healthy options a try: apples,
avocados, basil, cherries, chili
peppers, cinnamon, cilantro,
garlic, pineapples, raspberries,
strawberries, and tomatoes.
Rather than giving a box of
chocolates, give your Valentine
(or yourself),a single red or pink
rose, a certificate for a personal
massage, or a book of poems.
Take a long, relaxing walk
on the beach, at a park, or even
around your block.
Meet new friends who can
provide support and encourage-
ment to help ybu reach your
healthy lifestyle goals by join-
ing a local group support orga-


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007 LOCAL


"We've accomplished things our


! ancestors could only dream about"
Uzell Kelly


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers

'r, Black history icons like
Rosa Parks, Malcolm X and
Martin Luther King Jr. are
;asily remembered each
.ebruary.
i' Yet few can recall a man
by the name of Carter
Woodson, who founded the
concept of having a black his-
tory month.
In 1926, Woodson orga-
nized the first black history
week during the second week
of February, which eventually
evolved into a monthly cele-
bration. His goal was to cre-
ate more black history aware-
ness.
"We have a very rich and
proud history," speaker'Uzell
Kelly said during a Saturday
eightt service at Carver-Hill
School to kick off Black
History Month.
Yet it seems to be a chal-
'lenge for people, especially
younger generations, to
remember and honor the
;courageous individuals who
Fought for the freedoms and
privileges they have today,
said Kelly.
Remember Frederick
!Douglas, a former slave
owner turned abolitionist and
'author.
Remember Feb. 3, 1870,
'the day the 15th Amendment
iwas ratified, giving African-
lAmericans the right to vote.
i "Yet if it rains, snows ...
:we can't find the time to
votee" said Kelly, shaking his
'head.,
Remember Thurgood
Marshall, who became the
first African-American


C.B. Flavors, of the Mt. Zion
A.M.E. Church Male Chorus,
didn't hold back when it
came to providing some
soul music to the service,
sponsored by the Carver-Hill
Memorial and Historical
Society Inc.


appointed to the Supreme
Court in 1967. Marshall was
also one of the attorneys who
successfully argued the 1954
case of Brown vs. the Board
of Education of Topeka, Kan.,
which resulted in the
Supreme Court's decision to
outlaw segregation in public
schools.
"But some of us don't
know that or take time to
honor that," said Kelly.
To continue the successful
path of history's icons, resi-
dents have to get involved in
their community and take the
necessary steps forward to
ensure that younger genera-
tions not only have a better
future but remember who
made it possible, said Kelly.
"Kids need to know about
their ancestors," said Rae


4 -


Marcus Flavors and Thornell Henderson of the Mt. Zion A
Church Male Chorus honor black history icons by song d
the 2007 annual black history program at
Carver-Hill School on Saturday night. ,


Roberson, membership chair-
man of the Carver-Hill
Memorial and Historical
Society Inc. 'It's very impor-
tant."
It's important to remem-
ber leaders who are making
strides for future generations,
such as former Virginia
Governor Douglas Wilder,
the first black state governor,
and Carol Moseley Braun, the
first black woman elected to
the United States Senate in
1992.
"Our focus is on keeping
the dream alive," said Kelly,
recalling Martin Luther King
Jr.'s famous 1963 speech
about racial harmony at the
Lincoln Memorial.
Children don't realize
they're a reflection of history,
said Shmira Hayes.
So when they're
learning about
'-', those who came
: before them hun-
dreds of years earli-
er, they're reflecting
upon themselves as
well, said Hayes,
"We've accom-
plished things our
ancestors could
-. only dream about,"
"said Kelly.
Yet many in the
African-American
community are still
embarrassed to dis-
cuss their proud
history outside the
Some, he added.
S "t's the younger
generations' job to
.M.E. get more involved
during and have more
pride in what they
do," said Hayes.


Crestview News Bulletin I 9A




LACK








MONTH


George Stakley served as the master of ceremonies at the
annual Black History Month program sponsored by the
Carver-Hill Memorial and Historical Society.
Photos by Leslie Fike, Florida Freedom Newspapers


Carver-Hill: 'More than a school'


bEDITORS NOTE: This is the first install-
knent in a three part series on Carver Hill
,School.


By ISAAC SABETAI
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Prominently displayed at the
Carver-Hill Museum is a banner
,that is starting to fade like a mtem-
pry.
. The banner, whose navy blue
background is still intense but
9 hose yellow letters are losing
,heir luster, simply says, "CHH
tlass of 66."
* But the banner represents more
than a graduating class. It repre-
.sents'the beginning of the end of
.school segregation in Crestview,
.and decades of raw feelings that
'still occasionally fester.
"Back then, the school was
)more than a school," said Tommie
'Lewis, who graduated from
,Carver-Hill in 1965. "That was the
place to go. We didn't have any-
ithing else. That school meant
,everything."

i Beginning of the end
On a summer day in 1966,
about 18 students walked onto a


stage, received their diploma's and
graduated from Carver-Hill
School. Some of those students,
who were bused from all corners
of Okaloosa County, didn't live
through the days of crowded one-
room schoolhouses. Some were
kindergartners when Carver-Hill
opened its doors in 1954.,
Later that summer, prospective
10th- through 12th-grader would
learn that they would integrate
and attend Crestview High School.
Three years later, Carver-Hill
School would close its doors for
good.
"When it closed, I saw a lot of
hard work and a lot of memories
close," said Lewis' wife, Geraldine
Lewis, who graduated in 1966. "I
feel like they just took it away
from us."

A community hub
To understand how a school
that used 20-year-old textbooks,
second-hand desks and relied on
the students to raise money for
curtains can evoke so much pas-
sion, you have to understand what
was there before it.
Before 1954, black schools in
Crestview consisted of a few parti-


tioned classrooms, a lunchroom
that was once a barracks on Eglin
Air Force Base and little else,.
Basketball was played on a clay
court, and students cut wood for
the heating stoves during recess.
When Carver-Hill opened it had
12 classrooms, 18 teachers, a gym-
nasium and auditorium.
Carver-Hill might have had
fewer amenities than white
schools, but it was a significant
improvement.
"When you think of the fact
that their parents went to school in
one-room buildings, they finally
got a nice school, and they were
proud of that school," the late
Caroline Allen said in an interview
in 2004. Allen taught at Carver-
Hill. "They didn't have access to
the kinds of schools other races
had. We're so proud of what we
achieved."
Named for black inventor
George Washington Carver and
Edward Hill, a black farmer who
helped organize Crestview's black
schools, Carver-Hill became a
community hub. Located on
School Street in Crestview's pre-
dominantly black neighborhood, it
became a gathering point for chil-


dren and adults. The students
finally had access to all the major
after-school clubs, sports teams
and band. Their parents could take
adult-education classes at night
there.
The teachers were also dedicat-
ed.
"They realized there were
obstacles," said George Stakley,
who attended Carver-Hill for two
years in the 1950s. "But they never
taught us that because we were
black and because we were segre-
gated, we could not learn."
"I. feel I would've fallen
through the cracks today," Tommie
Lewis said. "It was hands-on. The
teachers were hands-on. They'd
push and push you. I don't think
I'd be where I am or what I am
today if it wasn't for those teach-
ers. Carver Hill gave me the
opportunity to succeed."
Often teachers lived next door
to students, and their word carried
much weight. And if their word
wasn't working, they could resort
to means not approved of today.
"They could whip your tail
during those times," Geraldine
Lewis said.
The students who attended


Carver-Hill were filled with pride
because they literally helped build
the school. The students painted
the school and cleaned it. They
often raised money for band
instruments, field trips and books.
"That's why the school means a
lot to us," Tommie Lewis said. "It
seemed like we had a hand in.
keeping it."
Among the many traditions at
Carver-Hill were the annual May
Day celebrations, which commem-
orated the end of slavery. Students
selected a royal court, and cele-
brated with a festival and parade.
Stakley experienced Carver-
Hill's bonds even though he went
there only a few years and attend-
ed larger schools in Chicago and
Atlanta. He was a star basketball
player at Booker T. Washington
High School in Atlanta, but to this
day Stakley wishes he could've
played for Carver-Hill.
"I missed a chance to play in
the new gym," Stakley said. "In
Atlanta, you were just a number.
In Crestview, you were a name."

Look for the second of three install-
ments in the February 14, 2007 edition
of the Crestview News Bulletin.


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10A I Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY,


FEBRUARY 7, 2007


Covenant Hospice announces Perkins as

new Communications manager


Jenni Perkins


Covenant Hospice has
announced a new addition
to its Crestview branch staff.
Jenni Perkins was hired as
the new Development and
Communications Manager
for the non-profit organiza-
tion. In her role, Perkins will
be responsible for public
relations and fund-raising
activities for the Crestview
branch service area, which
includes north Okaloosa and
Walton counties.
Perkins has a bachelor's


degree in Communication
Arts and another in English,
both from the University of
West Florida. She was previ-
ously with Baptist Health
Care Foundation in
Pensacola..
Covenant Hospice cur-
rently serves over 1,000
patients daily and is a not-
for-profit organization dedi-
cated to providing compre-
hensive, compassionate care
to patients and loved ones
facing life-limiting illnesses.


Sacred Heart selects Air Methods


to operate
PENSACOLA-Sacred
Heart Health System has
selected Air Methods
Corporation to operate its
AIRHeart air ambulance ser-
vice serving Northwest
Florida and parts of South
Alabama.
Effective January 1, Air
Methods, in coordination
with Sacred Heart Health
System, commenced opera-
tions in Northwest Florida
thunder the AIRHeart name.
Sacred Heart will continue to
employ flight nurses and
paramedics that serve on the
AIRHeart flight crews. Air
Methods will provide the
helicopters, pilots, mechanics
and all maintenance and
billing services.
., "We are pleased to bring
in an outstanding company
to operate our AIRHeart ser-
vice," said Ron Mosley, flight
program director for


air ambulance service


AIRHeart. "Air Methods is
the largest provider of air
medical transport services
for hospitals in the world."
David Dolstein, Air
Methods' senior vice presi-
dent of the LifeNet Division
stated, "AIRHeart will use
BO105, EC135 and EC130
helicopters. We are pleased
to include the AIRHeart pro-
gram with our Florida opera-
tions, and are excited that the
transition includes plans to
expand the geographic cov-
erage of our air ambulance
service in Northwest Florida
and South Alabama."
Air Methods Corporation,
based in Denver, is one of the
world's leading airborne
healthcare companies, pro-
viding emergency trans-
portation and medical ser-
vices throughout the United
States. The company's
LifeNet division is the largest


Dr. Michael Rinaldi opens new
office in Crestview


. Dr. Michael Rinaldi, an ear,
rose and throat specialist and
a member of the medical staff
of Sacred Heart Health
System, has recently expand-
ed his practice and is now see-
iing patients at his new office
ih the Crestview Medical
Clinic.
1, Dr. Rinaldi is board certi-
fied in otolaryngology, head
and neck surgery, facial plastic
surgery, and surgical hair
restoration.
Located at 550 West
Redstone Ave., Suite 410, Dr.
Rinaldi sees patients in the
Crestview office on Tuesdays


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and fixed wing aircraft.
AIRHeart serves commu-
nities across Northwest
Florida from two bases in
Walton County and
Marianna, Fla. In June of this
year, the AIRHeart base in
South Walton County will be
relocated to the DeFuniak
Springs Airport. AIRHeart
flight manager Ron Mosley
said most of AIRHeart's
flights .in Walton County
have been going to the cen-
tral and northern parts of the
county, so the move to
DeFuniak Springs will bring
the helicopter base closer to
where it is needed most
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for a special referendum to amend the city charter by Ordinance No. 286, approved at a
legally advertised meeting held on January 11, 2007. The referendum on the charter
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Crestview News Bulletin I 11A


BUILDING PERMITS


City of Crestview
building permits
1/22: Ronald G. Tuttle, 120,
124, 126 and 128 Nivana Drive,
Orestview, new construction by
Holiday Builders.
1 1/24: Wayne L. Adams, 108
Bronze Circle, Crestview, new
construction by Adams Homes
of NWF.
; 1/26: Jack M. Elliot, 112 Split
Drive, Crestview, new construc-
tion by Jme Development, Inc.
Okaloosa County
building permits
1/24: Troy and Sheila
Watson, 123 Winchester Way,
Qrestview, general building per-
mit by CQ Construction. *
Michael and Patricia Roche,
2602 Lake Silver Road,
Qrestview, general building per-.
mit by CQ Construction.,
Edward and Cynthia Eschbach,
2852 Atoka Trail, Crestview,
electrical by Casey Electric. *
Cecil Rogers, Valley Road,
Orestview, single family dwelling
IQy Rogers Septic
Tank/Construction Company. *
Prew and Dawn Dutcher, 6008
Old Bethel Road, Crestview,
general building permit by CTG
improvements.
1/25: Paul Sexton and
Elizabeth Jordan, Kilcrease
Road, Baker, mechanical,
plumbing, electrical and manu-
fActured building by homeown-



er. Anthony Slee, Hiawatha
Street, Holt, single family
dwelling by JW Homes. *
Carlton and Linda Dukes, 2941
Barton Road, Crestview, gener-
al building permit by Hometown
Garage Doors. Okaloosa
Community Development Corp.,
Eagle Way, Crestview, single
family dwelling by Unlimited
Renovations; electrical by
American Electric Service. *'
Charles and Marty Walker, 957
Valley Road, Crestview,
mechanical by homeowner. *
Powell Farms, 5422 Old River
Road, Baker, electrical by
McCullough & Sons. Ferrin
Campbell III, Conrad Court,
Cr6stview, electrical by
Crestview Electric Company. *
API Land, 805 Shoal River
Drive, Crestview, irrigation by
Dallas North Lawn Sprinklers. *
Adams Homes, 2364 Barberee
Drive, Crestview, single family
dwelling by homeowner. *
Marie Strickland, 8372 Ludlam
Road,-Laurel Hill, electrical by
Casey Electric. Augustine
Russell, 3rd Drive, Holt, electri-
cal by Casey Electric. Shirley
.Adams, 4530 West Sunburst
Drive, Crestview, electrical and
accessory structure by home-
owner.
1/26: Okaloosa County
BOCC, 3048 Airport Road,
Crestview, -gas by Okaloosa
County. Kimmy and Thomas
Moss, Hwy C4A, electrical by


homeowner. Timothy and
Chery Songster, 6075 Blueberry
Lane, Crestview, electrical by
Crestview Electric Company. *
William Willis, 308 Forrest Pkwy,
Crestview, general building per-
mit by Sears Home
Improvement Products. *
Adams Homes, 2364 Barberee
Drive, Crestview, electrical by
Richardson Ent. Carol
Earnest, 3535 Woodcliff Drive,
Crestview, electrical by home-
owner. Tim Tarpley
Construction, Mary Lane,
Crestview, single family dwelling
by homeowner.
1/29: Ryan Thayer, 4641
Bobolink Way, Crestview,
plumbing by Faith Mechanical.
* Lynn and Carol Hooper, 1960
West Faulk Ferry Road, Baker,
home occupation. Douglas
and Joann Davis, 3520 Grady
Lane, Crestview, electrical and
mechanical by homeowner;
plumbing and manufactured
building by Herring
Construction. Shane and
Gabriella Pelham, 4633
Bobolink Way, Crestview,
mechanical by Lunsford
Appliance Service. Adams
Homes, 2364 Barberee Drive,
Crestview, plumbing by Amore
Plumbing Company. Nathan
,Guy, 3006 Windsor Circle,
Crestview, home occupation. *
Okaloosa Community
Development Corp., Eagle Way,,
Crestview, plumbing by A-1


Plumbing.
1/30: David and Elizabeth
Patterson, 3241 Auburn Road,
Crestview, building addition by
Scott Hicks. Leon and Betty
Tillman, Bill Lundy Road, Laurel
Hill, plumbing and manufac-
tured building by CJ's Mobile
Home Services. *, Henry and
Thressa Price, 5294 Cavalier
Drive, Crestview, electrical by
B&R Electric of Crestview. *
Charles and Marty Walker, 957
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Laurel Hill CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
falls to Paxton

Page 3B


Are. you the f n
of the week.

Page 3B


TODAY

Hoboes leash
Bulldogs in

heartbreaking
2-point loss

Page 4B


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007


NEWS
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Men's college basketball
Gulf Coast Cqmmunity College at
Okaloosa-Walton College, 7:30 p.m.
Women's college basketball
Gulf Coast Community College at
Okaloosa-Walton College, 5:30 p.m.
College baseball
Faulkner at Okaloosa-Walt n
College, 3 p.m.
Thursday
Girls basketball
Region 1-2Aquarterfinal, Baker s.
TBA
Region 1-1A quarterfinal, Laurel ill
vs. TBA
Softball
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 6
p.m.
Friday
Boys basketball
District 1-5A tournament semifin I,
Fort Walton Beach vs. Crestview r
Tate, 5:30 p.m. at Fort Walton Beach
District 1-1A tournament semifin I,
Laurel Hill vs. Rocky Bayou or East H II,
6 p.m. at Central
College baseball
Cleveland State at Okaloos -
Walton College, 3 p.m.

Photos
More photographs f
local sporting events can e
seen on the Internet t
http://pictureu2.dotph -
to.com.

Help 'wanted
The Crestview Ne s
Bulletin is looking for n
enthusiastic and creati e
journalist to be our ne t
sports editor.
The Bulletin's award-wi -
ning sports section focus s
on athletics at three loc I
high schools, as well s
other community and recr -
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didate is a self-motivate
organized person who.po -
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The position offers fle i-
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Interested candidate s
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and clips of published work
Kelly Humphrey t
kellyh@nwfdailynews.com.


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Pal


Seven CHS wrestlers qualify for the regional


Johnson breaks CHS
career wins mark
Florida Freedom Newspapers
FORT WALTON BEACH
-Crestview's wrestling
team enjoyed a successful
day at the District 1-2A tour-
nament Feb. 2 at Fort Walton
Beach


Seven
D a w g s
placed in the
top four and
advanced to
the Region 1-
2A meet
scheduled for
Saturday at.
Fleming
Island.


JOHNSON


Wrestling
CHS senior Nate Johnson
highlighted the Dawgs'
afternoon. Johnson moved
down to the 135-pound
weight class and finished
second in the division., He
also established a new CHS
career victories mark. He
started the day tied with


2006 Crestview grad Thomas
Bortner at 108 career wins.
Johnson will make his
third straight regional
appearance. The rest of the
Dawg qualifiers will com-
pete in the regional for the
first time.
Daniel Johnson (103
pounds) and Ryan. Foust
(171) advanced by placing


FHSAA Girls Basketball District Tournaments




Four in a row


Baker crushes

Freeport to,

claim title
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

JAY Something about a
district championship game
brings out the best in
Lashawnda Josey of the
Baker girls basketball team.
Josey, ,a senior guard,
scored 13 points and served
as the point person for a
ferocious Gator press as
Baker ran past Freeport 56-
32 in the District 1-2A cham-
pionship game Saturday
night at Jay.
"It's the districts, and
everybody is supposed to
*... put their
Heart on the
line," Josey
said. "It's go
hard or go
.. i home."
" Baker (14-
S S5) won its
fourth
JOSEY f o u r t h
straight dis-
trict title and will host a
Region 1-2A quarterfinal on
Thursday.
"We picked everything
up and changed some things
on offense and defense,"
Gators coach Kathy Combest
said. "They are a good team,
but we were able to get on
them heavy and it worked
out for the best."
Freeport (15-12) qualified
for the playoffs for the first
time since 1999 and will hit
the road for a regional quar-
terfinal.
Freeport beat Baker 58-55
on Jan. 8 with a dominant
rebounding effort. The Gators
solved that problem by not
letting the Bulldogs get close
to the basket in the rematch.


SSunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
Baker's Courtney Fountain goes up for a shot over a pair of Freeport defenders during the
Gators' win in the District 1-2A tournament championship game on Saturday.


Josey's quickness' at the
point of the Baker, press
made the Freeport guards'
li es miserable.
,'We played as a team and
we played with heart," said
Jose who hit double figures
in points and steals during
Baker's victory against Jay
in the district title game last
season. "We- went out and


did our thing; and tried as
hard as we could."
Baker held Freeport score-
less for over 12 minutes
spanning the first and third
quarters. The Gators piled
up 24 unanswered points
during, the Bulldogs' dry'
spell to build a 28-6 lead.
Chelsea Combest's back-to-
back 3-pointers midway


through the second quarter
put Baker ahead 21-6 and on
its way to the runaway win.
Freeport's drought didn't
end until Tamara Wood hit a
free throw with 5:55 left in
the third quarter.
, "I give all the, credit to
Baker," Bulldog-s coach Mike

See FOUR, page 3B


third in their respective divi-
sions.
Kyle Miller (125), Kenny
Lindros (130), Kyle Luskk
(152) and Jordan Gregory
(215) all placed fourth.
Four of the CHS regional
qualifiers are underclassmen.
Only the 2004-05 Crestview
team sent more wrestlers
(nine) to the regional.

College report


Ex-Dawg


is still


top dog

Flinchum No. 1 in

NAIA weight class
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Eric Flinchum
(Crestview '02) continued
his reign atop the, NAIA
heavyweight wrestling
standings.
Flinchum solidified his
hold on the No. 1 spot in the
heavyweight division in the
NAIA national individual
rankings with a .7-0 month
for the University of the
Cumberlands (Ky.) pro-
gram. .
Flinchum went 5-0 dur-
ing the Cliff Keen National
Duals in Cedar Falls, Iowa,
Jan. 13-14. The Patriots
placed fifth as a team.
He went 2-0 to help
Cuniberlands defeat
Campbellsville and
Cumberland University
(Tenn.).'
The Patriots are listed at
No. 7 in the latest national
NAIA team rankings.

Basketball
Chase Coimbest (Baker
'05) is averaging 4.8 points
and 3.7 points per game for
the Jones County (Miss.)
Community College men's
basketball team.
The Bobcats had a 3-12
record through late January.
I Chad Martin (Baker
'04) is averaging 1.3 points
in 16 games for the
Jefferson Davis
Community College men's
basketball team.
Martin has made 8 of 12
field goal attempts.

See REPORT, page 4B


It has been great match; now it's your serve


I gy n D The quote never made its
way. into the newspaper, but
it stuck in my mind
throughout my time as
Sports Editor at the
Crestview News Bulletin.
"Football coaches are like
truck drivers," then-outgo-
ing Baker football coach Bill
Sharp said during the
Gators' 2005 all sports ban-
quet one of the first
events I covered at the News
Bulletin. "We just go on."
The same goes for sports
writers.
I'm going on to a new
S challenge and opportunity.
SI will be working down
the road in Pensacola, so I


expect to type up some
familiar names when coach-
es from Santa Rosa and
Escambia counties call in
their results after playing the
Dawgs, Gators or Hoboes.
My wife and I will contin-
ue to live in the Baker area,
so we will continue to keep
tabs on the teams and ath-
letes in north Okaloosa
County.
I hope you enjoyed some
of the features we tried to
implement in the News
Bulletin sports section over
the last 21 months.
If so, the credit goes to
the local coaches and ath-
letes who so graciously took


Passing

Shots

Kyle
Wright

time to share their stories.
Credit also goes to pub-
lisher Jim Knudsen and for-
mer managing editor Steve
Andrews for having faith in
the ideas presented by an
"uptight Midwesterner" and
providing all of the
resources needed to produce
the sports section I envi-
sioned.


Jim and the News
Bulletin's new Freedom
Communications ownership
soon will find a new sports
writer who will take the sec-
tion to an even higher level.
Until then, the ball is in
your court.
Did you enjoy seeing
your favorite teams' statis-
tics and boxscores in the
paper each week? Volunteer
to send in boxscores and
updated stats on behalf of
the coaches at your school of
interest.
Did you just watch a par-
ticularly exciting game?
Share the news with the
community. Write up a few


paragraphs and send the
story to the News Bulletin.
Did you just take a nice
photo of a local team in
action? E-mail the photo to
the newspaper and see it in
print.
I leave with fond memo-
ries of my time at the
Crestview News Bulletin.
Right place. Right time.
Right opportunity. The per-
fect match.
Now, it's your serve.

Former.Sports Editor Kyle
Wright's last day at the News
Bulletin was Feb. 3. He can be
reached at
kjwright28@yahoo.com.


1998 2006
Award Winning S T.
Newspaper 1
Florida PressAssociation
Better Weekly Newspaper Contest


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No. 1 Paxton defeats Laurel Hill



in district championship game


Girls basketball


Randy Dickson
Florida Freedom Newspapers

PAXTON Seniors Breezy
Zorn and Alena Martin made sure
Saturday's District 1-A champi-
onship game against Paxton would-
n't be their last at home.
Zorn scored 27 points and Martin
added 20 as No. 1 ranked Paxton


rolled past rival Laurel Hill 70-29.
Martin did her damage early,
scoring 10 in the first quarter. She
had 18 at the half as she dominated
the smaller Hoboes on the inside.
"I thought our post dominated in
the first half," Paxton coach Herb
Haddock said. "Martin dominated in
the half.
"I thought they (Laurel Hill)


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able to work the ball inside it kept
them from doing that."
Paxton's inside domination not
only showed up in Martin's scoring
in the paint, but in rebounds as
well.
The Bobcats (25-2) outrebounded
the Hoboes (9-14) almost 2-1 and
had many easy putback baskets.


* Bulletin! Board


Compiled by
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HIGH SCHOOLS
BOYS BASKETBALL
Jan. 30
Walton 59, Crestview 53
Crestview 12 9 15 17 53
Walton 22 12 11 14 59
Crestview scoring Skylar Armstrong
16, Tyrell Mays 14, Shawn Gilbert 12, Chris
Pickett 4, Richard Moore 3, Jordan Glover 2,
Matt Sanders 2.

South Walton 50, Baker 30
South Walton 12 9 12 17 50
Baker 9 8 5 8 30
Baker scoring Josh Rose 13, Colton
Henry 4, Chad Lawhon 4, Austin McCart 3,
Stephen Shelley 3, Chad Donley 2, D.J.
Livingston 1.

Fort Walton Beach 51, Laurel Hill 31
Fort Walton Beach 16 12 10 13 51-
Laurel Hill 9 11 1 10 31
Laurel Hill scoring Timaria McKay 10,
Jeffrey Reese 9, Isaiah Raite 6, Wyatt Lee 4,
Austen Stucki 2.

Feb. 2
Laurel Hill 50, Crestview 48
Laurel Hill 14 9 19 8 50
Crestview 19 14 10 5 48
Laurel Hill scoring Timaria McKay 18,
Wyatt Lee 12, Jeffery Reese 10, Zach Sledge
8, Isaiah Raite 2.
Crestview scoring Shawn Gilbert 12,
Skylar Armstrong 11, Cory Wenrich 10, Tyrell
Mays 6, Richard Moore 3, Matt Sanders 3,
Jordan Glover 2, Tyler Maldonado 1.

Baker 69, Bozeman 45
Bozeman 12 7 11 15 45
Baker 20 16 20 13 69
Baker scoring Stephen Shelley 13,
Chad Donley 11, Josh Rose 10, Chad Lawhon
9, D.J. Livingston 8, Cameron Davis 7, Colton
Henry 6, Austin McCart 5.

District tournaments
District 1-5A
At Fort Walton Beach
Quarterfinals
Tuesday
Tate vs. Crestview
Choctawhatchee vs. Pace
Semifinals
Friday
Fort Walton Beach vs. Crestview or Tate,
5:30 p.m.
Niceville vs. Choctawhatchee or Pace,
7:30 p.m.
Championship
Saturday
Semifinal winners, 7 p.m.

District 1-2A
At Jay
Semifinals
Tuesday
Freeport vs. Baker
Jay vs. Pensacola Christian
Championship
Saturday
Semifinal winners, 7 p.m.
District 1-1 A
At Central
Quarterfinals
Tuesday
Paxton vs. Escambia Charter
Rocky Bayou vs. East Hill
Central vs. Dr. Gainer
Semifinals
Friday
Laurel Hill vs. Rocky Bayou or East Hill, 6
p.m.
Central or Dr. Gainer vs. Paxton or
Escambia Charter, 7:30 p.m.
Championship
Saturday
Semifinal winners, 7 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
District tournaments
District 1-5A
Quarterfinals
Jan.30
Niceville 55, Tate 43
Pace 45, Choctawhatchee 36
Semifinals
Jan.31
Niceville 45, Crestview 41 (OT)
Fort Walton Beach 39, Pace 30
Championship


Sunshine vvrignutpeciai to me News uullern
Baker's girls basketball team celebrates its fourth straight district championship after defeating
Freeport 56-32 on Saturday in the District 1-2A title game at Jay.

FOUR, from page 1 B


Myrick said. "They came out
and played real hard and
deserved everything they
got. We just couldn't match
their intensity. We did
through the first quarter, but
not in the second quarter."


The Gators chanted "Four in
a row!" as they accepted the
district championship trophy
at midcourt after the final
buzzer. Kathy Combest made
sure to share a hug with sen-
ior Kendria Young, who


Baker's lead peaked at 33 played for all four district
points in the fourth quarter. title teams.


"I'll remember this (title)
because I'm losing Kendria,"
Combest said. "She's like my
own kid."
Chelsea Combest fin-
ished with 14 points for
Baker.
Wood led Freeport with
seven points.


BcctIYs Fan of the Week


Sunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview's Cory Wenrich (right) looks to pass around Laurel
Hill's Daren Weekley during the Dawgs' game against the
Hoboes on Feb. 2. LHS rallied for a 50-48 win.


Feb. 2
Fort Walton Beach 41, Niceville 23

Niceville 45, Crestview 41 (OT)
Niceville 14 7 7 9 8 45
Crestview 12 2 7 16 4 41
Crestview scoring Jamia Akins 20
Tera Gainer 8, Shawntia Blackshear 5, KaylE
Gregory 4, Dee Thompson 2, Liz Graham 2.

District 1-2A
Semifinal
Feb. 1
Freeport 53, Jay 38
Championship
Feb. 3
Baker 56, Freeport 32

Baker 56, Freeport 32
Freeport 6 0 10 16 32
Baker 10 15 18 13 56
Baker scoring Chelsea Combest 14,
Lashawnda Josey 13, Kendria Young 9,
Heather Chestnut 7, Samantha Gronberg 5,
Courtney Fountain 4,. Lauryn Hetrick 2,
Sydney Boutwell 2.

District 1-1 A
Quarterfinal
Jan. 30
Rocky Bayou 54, East Hill 35
Semifinals
Feb. 1
Laurel Hill 45, Central 38
Paxton 51, Rocky Bayou 16
Championship
Feb. 3
Paxton vs. Rocky Bayou

Laurel Hill 45, Central 38
Central 6 10 9 13 -38
Laurel Hill 5 13 7 20 45
Laurel Hill scoring Sally Feagins 20,
Katie Free 17, Mercedes Day 6, Laqueatta
Williams 2.

LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Feb. 1
1st place David Smith, Werth Pittman,
Fred Schneider.
2nd place Frances Eck, Brian
Kamrowski, David Gansel.
3rd place- Aaron Daniel, Neil Thomspon,
Lavaughn Dorman.
The next Thursday Lowball is Feb. 8 at 8
a.m. Call 682-2012 for details.

Sunday Lowball
Feb. 3
1st place (10 under) Tom Prier, Larry
Fordyce, Ralph Armstrong, Ron Hickman.


2nd place (10 under) Brian Davis,
Lavaughn Dorman, Janice Cheatham, Howard
Mitchell.
3rd place (7 under) Steve Whid'don,
Jerry Maughon, Becky Shatney, Pat Shatney.
4th place (7 under) Tim Stanley, Dustin
Stanley, Leon Cunningham, Alan Parsons.
5th place (6 under) Terry Bays, Jesse
Dennis, Hal Jellison, Don Widmaier, Brian
Kamrowski..
The next Sunday Lowball is Feb. 11 at
noon. Call 682-2012 for details.

His & Her Tournament Results
Feb. 3
1st, 59.7 Donna Bouchard, Mike
Bouchard.
2nd, 62.1 Janice Lang, Norm Hullinger
3rd, 64.9- Betty Aheam, Fred Schneider
4th, 65.1 Lou McCosh, Paul McCosh
5th, 65.9 Debra Henderson, Ron
Magruder
Next His & Her tournament Saturday,,
March 3 at 8 a.m. Call 682-2012 for details.


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of our local sporting events. We will randomly select someone in that photo to be our top fan. This
week's winner was at.the District 1-2A girls basketball title game Feb. 3 at Jay. If you are our winner
please call 682-6524 to arrange to receive a $25 gift certificate from Beef O'Brady's.




SPORTS BRIEFSm,


ANNOUNCEMENTS
PACEMAKERS GOLF: The next
Pacemakers Senior Golf Association
tournament will be March 26 at 9 a.m. at
Foxwood Country Club. Entry fee is
$30 and includes lunch and prizes.
Participants must be age 50 or older to
play. For more information, call (850)
682-2012 or (850) 826-2012.
LITTLE LEAGUE: Crestview
Little League is raising funds for a new
flagpole for the Little League facility.
The current flagpole is not visible from
all fields during events. Information
about registration or ,the flagpole
fundraising drive is available online at
www.crestviewlittleleague.com or by


calling 423-1011.
BASKETBALL CAMP:
Registration is,now open for the Ten
Star All-Star Summer Basketball Camp
and 'the Bryan Adrian Summer
Basketball Camp. The Ten Star camp is
,by invitation only. Youths ages 10-19
are eligible to apply. Past participants
include several NBA All-Stars. College
basketball scholarships are possible for
players selected to the All-American
team. All youths ages 6-18 are eligible
for the Bryan Adrian Summer Camp.
Camp locations include Babson Park,
Fla.; Prescott, Ariz.; Thousand Oaks,
Calif.; Sterling, Colo.; Atlanta,
Champaign, Ill.; Ypsilanti, Mich.;


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Mitchell, S.D.; Lebanon, Tenn.;
Commerce, Texas; and Blacksburg, Va.
For free brochures on these camps, call
(704) 373-0873 before April 1.
MGA TOURNEY: The Men's
Golf Association will hold a tourna-
ment Feb. 10. Shotgun start at 8 a.m.
Four man team, two net tournament.
Teams drawn by the tournament com-
mittee. Competitors should sign up by
4 p.m. Feb. 9 to play. Entry fee is $10
($2 skins game). Entrants must be.
members of Foxwood Country Club
and the Men's Golf Association and
must have a verifiable USGA handi-
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4B I Crestview News Bulletin

REPORT, from page 1B


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007


Boys basketball


The Warhawks are 4-14 (1-
6 ACCC).
Faith Gregory
(Crestview '05) is averaging
1.5 points and 1.1 steals per
game for the Enterprise-
Ozark women's basketball
team.
The Boll Weevils are 2-14
(0-4 ACCC).

Baseball
The Louisiana State
baseball program's presea-
son previews project Blake
Dean (Crestview '06) to play
left field during his freshman
season with the Tigers.
LSUSports.net said Dean also
will work as a left-handed
relief pitcher.
LSU went 35-24 last sea-
son. The Tigers are under the
direction of 'new coach Paul
Mainieri.
Jonathan Stephens
(Crestview '05) is expected to
anchor the Alabama
Southern Community
College pitching staff.
Stephens went 8-2 with a
1.89 ERA and 59 strikeouts
and just eight walks as a
freshman last season. He has
signed a letter of intent to
continue his career at
Samford starting with the


2008 season.
Alabama Southern went
40-15-2 last season (21-10
ACCC).
Two more key cogs in
the Crestview baseball pro-
gram's recent success are
expected to contribute to the
Okaloosa-Walton College
baseball program this spring.
Anthony Brown
(Crestview '06) is a freshman
outfielder for the Raiders.
Trey Hayes (Crestview '06) is
a freshman infielder.
OWC is off to a 1-1 start.
Steven Delpozo
(Crestview '04) is expected to
return to the Lurleen B.
Wallace College baseball
pitching rotation this spring.
Delpozo was a regular con-
tributor for the Saints in 2005,
but sat out last season to rest
an arm injury.
Delpozo will be joined on
the LBW roster by Chris
Fulford, a 2006 Crestview
grad. Fulford is listed as a
designated hitter.
The Saints went 41-16 last
season (17-9 ACCC).

Softball
The Lurleen B. Wallace
softball team will have a local
flavor.


Jenny Batson (Laurel Hill
'05) and Kendra Buczynski
(Crestview '05) are two of
four returning players for the
Saints.
Buczynski, a first base-
man, hit .272 in 34 games last
season. Batson, an outfielder,
played in nine games.
Whitney Langley, a 2006
Crestview graduate, is listed
as a pitcher on the LBW ros-
ter.
The Saints went 28-19 last
season (14-10 ACCC).
Lurleen B. Wallace opens
its season at home Feb. 13
against Bevill State-Sumiton.
The Chipola College
softball team and sophomore
outfielder Lindsay Montalvo
(Crestview '05) opened the
season with a sweep of a
doubleheader against Lake
City Community College.
The Indians spent last
week on a six-game swing
through Arizona.
Chipola went 45-9 last sea-
son (14-5 Panhandle
Conference).

To report news of former local,
athletes playing college sports,
contact the News Bulletin at
(850) 682-6524, or email okpub-
lishing@crestviewbulletin.com.


LHS rallies past CHS


Hoboes erase

15-point deficit
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Laurel Hill senior Timaria
McKay got the last word in
his final bragging rights boys
basketball game against
Crestview.
McKay hit three free
throws in the final 1:44 to
provide the Hoboes with
their margin of victory in a
50-48 comeback win Friday
at big-school neighbor
Crestview.
"It was kind of loud, but it
was just like I was at prac-
tice," McKay said. "I blocked
it all out and just shot them."
Laurel Hill rallied from a
15-point deficit in the second
half to finish the regular sea-
son with a 19-6 record.
Crestview (8-16) lost by one
score or in overtime for the
sixth time.
"There were so many key
plays in the second half,"
Laurel Hill coach Kent Zessin
said. "We were down and we
Knew we had a big hill ahead
of us, but we knew if we
..pecked away and kept letting
our defense work hard, it
would pay off in the end.
"You couldn't ask for a
better game to end the regd-
lar season and get you ready
for the district tourney, and it
is even sweeter to come out-
with a win."
The Dawgs used a flurry
of points in the paint to beat
LHS 60-57 in December.
Crestview bolted to an early
lead in the rematch with a
barrage of 3-point shots.
Cory Wenrich sank three
straight 3-pointers midway
through the first half to put
the Dawgs ahead 22-14. CHS
would sink five 3-pointers in
the first half.
The Dawgs seemed bn
their way to a routine win
when they scored the first
five points of the second half
to go ahead 38-23.
Laurel Hill rallied behind
McKay (18 points), Wyatt Lee
(12 points) and Jeffery Reese
(10 points). The Hoboes got


Sunshine wright/npecial to the.News Bulletin
Crestview's Skylar Armstrong (left) and Laurel Hill's Timaria
McKay hustle after a loose ball during Friday's game.


"The momentum we picked up along
the way changed the game. We all
said we weren't going to give up and
we were all going to come out and
play hard." Timaria McKay


within 43-42 entering the
final quarter when a Reese 3-
pointer danced around the
rim and fell through just
before the buzzer.
"The momentum we
picked up along the way
changed the game," McKay
said. "We all said we weren't
going to give up and we
were all going to come out
and play hard."
LHS tied it at 46 on Zach
Sledge's shot in the lane with
3:20 left. LHS went ahead for
the first time since the first
quarter when a pair of
McKay free throws made it
48-47 with 1:44 left.
McKay and Lee made one
free throw apiece in the final
minute to make it 50-47.
The Dawgs missed a,
potential game tying 3-point-
er with five seconds left.
Crestview got one last


chance when Shawn Gilbert
drew a foul on the rebound
with 0.7 seconds left. Gilbert
made the first free throw and
missed the second intention-
ally, but the Dawgs couldn't
collect the rebound.
"In the first half, we hit
some wide open 3s. In the
second half, we didn't hit
anything," said Dawgs coach
Brian Humphrey, whose
team made just five field
goals in the second half. "We
just didn't step up and exe-
cute.
"This game was the story
of a lot of our games this,
year. We've been up in the
second half, but for some rea-
son we don't execute or don't
finish, and the other team
comes back and beats us by a
basket."
Gilbert led Crestview with
12 points.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Gene Lingley (right) of Baker receives a $25 Beef O'Brady's Fan of the Week gift certificate
from Beef O'Brady's Dottie Campbell. Lingley attended the Central-Laurel Hill girls
basketball game on Jan. 11.


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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007 EDUCATION Crestview News Bulletin I 5B


's Lyndsey Johnson on Berry College Dean's List


Berry College students ter have been named to the
who excelled in the class- Dean's List, according to
room during the fall semes- Berry Provost Tom Dasher.


The Dean's List honors stu-
dents who posted an acade-
mic average of 3.5 or better


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while carrying a
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least 12 hours
during the
semester.
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Nicole Johnson,


Lyndsey Johnson of
Paxton has maintained
a 4.0 average since she
became a student at
Berry College in
Georgia 2005. She is
the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Joe Johnson, of
Paxton, and the grand-


a music major, daughter of Mr. and
was named to Mrs. Art Felgenhauer of
the dean's list Crestview.
forthe dean lls is (photo submitted)
for the fall
semester. She
maintained a 4.0 grade point 3 9
average this fall while carry- Lyndsey h
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With an overall GPA of arrived at 1


has remained on
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3rd grade class at Southside Elementary School to reach 1,000 Accelerated Reader
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Keep up the good work kids.

OWC fall term Dean's & President's Lists


NICEVILLE-Okaloosa-
Walton College recognized
the superior scholastic
achievement of students
completing the Fall 2006
term by naming them to the
President's. List and Dean's
List. The' President's List
names those students with
nine or more credits in the
term who made a grade
point average of 3.8 to 4.0
during the semester. The
Dean's List names students'
with nine or more credits in
the term who earned a GPA
of 3.5 to 3.79.
President's List
Baker: Jessica Borsi,
Christina Brunson, Brittany
Fortner, Jennifer Simmons
Crestview: Kristen
Anderson, Jeffrey Barnett, Nalia
Bauer, Jennifer Bell, Melinda
Bottenfield, Kristina Breffitt,
William Burt, Jenny Case, John
Cawthon, Bonnie Cisco,
Amanda Cole, Nickey
Devenish, Natasha Dieppa,
Jesse Dreaden, Stephanie
Dunlop, Casey Dupont, Julian
Elges, Michael .Espeseth,
Maryann Fisher, Rebecca
Garrison, Meagan Gregory,
Shaun Gunter, Nicholas Halas,
Brandi Hall, William Hallett,
Demetrius Hatten, Matthew
Hester, Linda Hoang, Kathryn
Hogg, Lindsey Hogg, Steven
Honeywell, Cathryn Howard,
Shannon Humphrey, Jessica
Jacher, Asia Kimble, Shawn
Kline, Sarah Kyker, Matthew
Mazgajewski, Christina Miesch,
Dareen Mohamad, Fiona
Mowbray, Tenesha Napoleon,
Emma Natal, Lindsay Nobles,
Ryan O'Connell, Crystal Olson,
Laura Ott, Jason Plante, Joshua
Rose, James Schrader, Catherine
Shirley, Grace Signorelli-
Cassady, Veronica Smith, Jeffery
Smith, Sarah Sterett, Sarah
Swiatek, Lauren Thornhill, John
Tyler,, Dawn Weaver, John
Williams, Luke Wirtes, Krista
Wise
Holt: Roxanne Windham
Laurel Hill: Erica Bundrick,
Blake Palmer, Alyson Savage,
Barni Stokes
Paxton: Kristin Geoghagan

Dean's List
Baker: Auna Brunson, David
Fenwick, Leonard Gordon,


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Amy Hession, Abigail Kinsey,
James Lasater, Jenna Matthews,
Michael Thompson
Crestview: Marilyn Adams,
Joseph Apkarian, Lauren
Arevalo, Jaime Baker, Michael
Beattie, Heather Briody,
Christopher Brogan, Katharine
Bryden, Patricia Campbell,
Whitney Carite, Amanda Carte,
Laura Childers, La'Terica Clark,
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Nicole Olson, Justin Palumbo,
Anna Pepper, Madeline Perry,
Marita Perry, Jason Porrata,
Carley Precht, Maurice Price,
Rollin Rathbun, .Tyler Renner,
Judy Riggleman, Jonathan
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Laurel Hill: Juanita
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NATURE


WEDNESDAY, FEBREUARY 7, 2007.


It's purple martin time in Florida; scouts arrive


Much more information
about purple martins can be
obtained from the Purple
Martin Conservation


Association, which is
focused on aiding martins
and landlords, including a
products catalog and infor-


nation booklet, with advice
on attracting and managing
a colony, and data sheets to
participate in Project Martin


Watch, a national effort in
which participants monitor
nests and mail information
to the PMCA at season's end.


To obtain the booklet, con-
tact the PMCA at 814-833-
7656 or online at purple-
martin.org


An adult male purple martin
(photo submitted)
Most bird watchers have
a favorite, which for many in
Florida is the mocking bird,
the state bird. But another
species, the purple martin,
generates enormous excite-
ment and passion.
Because of its geographic
location, Florida leads the
nation in arrival of purple
martins from their wintering
grounds in .South America.
Reports of "scouts" are
watched nationally in an
online database at purple-
martin.org maintained by
the Purple Martin
Conservation Association, a
nonprofit conservation orga-
nization.
The earliest arriving mar-
tin for two years running has
been reported from Fort
Pierce, Fla. on Dec. 11 in 2006
a very early bird and on
Dec. 28 in 2005.
Floridians have a long tra-
dition of hosting purple
martins, which nest in
colonies in multi-compart-
ment bird houses and in
gourds hung from large
racks placed in open areas in
yards and parks statewide.
This largest member of the
swallow species is totally
dependent on humans for
housing, and "landlords"
anxiously await their return
each year.
The term "scout" is a mis-
nomer, according to the
PMCA. These earliest
arrivals are simply experi-
enced older martins that
have made the journey
before and, are eager to
reclaim their housing.
Adult male purple mar-
tins are a glossy blue-black
in color, which they obtain at
two years of age. Females
are a bit more drab, with a
gray breast. Most older
adults arrive in Florida after
about Jan. 15 and well into
February, according to a
PMCA migration map.
One-year-old martins -so
called "sub adults" begin
arriving 10 to 12 weeks after
the older birds in the Deep
South. These younger birds
are more easily attracted to
new housing locations.
As a species, purple rrtar-
tins are relatively common
throughout Florida, but
have experienced a decline
in the central part of the
state, based on data from the
North American Breeding/
Bird survey., Reasons are
unclear, but probably
include a lack of suitable
housing.
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Americans have hosted pur-
ple martins the custom
adopted from Native
Americans who hung out
nesting gourds specific
techniques to help a colony
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past decade, based on
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rain and from predators, and
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holes designed to admit
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European starlings, an inva-
sive, non-protected species.
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swallows of the open sky
and prefer housing with at
least several open flyways.
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PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1l AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: 07-CP-32
INI RE: THE ESTATE OF
PAUL RICHARD VOVCSKO
a/Ika Paul R. Vovcsko,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
PAUL RICHARD VOVCSKO
a/k/a Paul R. Vovcsko, deceased,
File Number 07-CP-32, is pending
ih the probate Court, Okaloosa
county, Florida, The address of
which is:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Okaloosa County Courthouse
Annex
1250 Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FL 32579
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
kii creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice is served, within three
rponths after the'date of the first
publication of this notice, must file
their claim with this court, WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
QR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent,
ind persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, must file their claim with
this court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
4LL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.


090 Announcements
092 Auctions
094 Meetings
096 Personal
098 Training
100 EMPLOYMENT
102 Drivers
104 General Help
106 Home Business
108 Hotel/Motel/Restaurant
110 Labor
112 Management
114 Medical
116 Office Work
118 Part Time
120 Professional
122 Retail
124 Sales & Telemarketing
126 Skills / Trade
128 Positions Wanted
300 SERVICES
305 Auto
310 Business Opportunities
315 Business Services
320 Child Care
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330 Equipment Repair
335 Financial Services
340 Home Repair
345 Lawn Care


The date of first publication of this
notice is January 31, 2007
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
SALLIE Y. NORRIS
ROBISON R. HARRELL& ASSO-
CIATES, P.A.
3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Florida 32579
(850) 651-1111
Florida Bar No. 0023840
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Bruce David Vovcsko
1200 Beachview Drive
Fort WaltonBeach, FL 32547
01/31/07
02/07/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-DR-379
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
EMORY CHARLES DANIEL,
Petitioner
and
RUSTI LENORA DANIEL,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: RUSTI LENORA DANIEL
421 South Endicott
Spearman, TX 79081
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Emory Charles
Daniel, whose address is 1249 E.
First Avenue, Crestview, Florida
32539, on or before March 3,
2007, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, FL
32579, before service on the peti-
tioner or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders


350 Senior Care
355 Sewing & Alterations
360 Miscellaneous
450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
452 Apartments
454 Commercial
456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
550 OKALOOSA FOR SALE
552 Apartments
554 Commercial
556 Homes
558 Investments
560 Land
562 Mobile Homes
564 Vacation / Resort
700 PETS / ANIMALS
702 Boarding
704 Livestock
706 Livestock Supplies
708 Pets
710 Pet Supplies
712 Lost & Found
800 GENERAL MERCH.
802 Antiques


are available at the Clerk of
Circuit Court's Office. You may
review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of
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: January 26, 2007
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
01/31/07
02/07/07
02/14/07
02/21/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
Case Number: 07-CP-56
In Re: The Estate Of
DORIS H. BAILEY, Deceased .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
DORIS H. BAILEY, deceased, File
Number 07-CP-56 is pending in
the Probate Court, Okaloosa
County, Florida, the address of
which is:
Clerk of Circuit Court
Okaloosa County Courthouse
Annex
1250 Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FL 32579
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the


personal representatives attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice is served, within three
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice, must file
their claims with this court, WITH-
IN THE LATER 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 other creditors of the decedent,
and persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is January 31, 2007.
Personal Representative:
Debra E. Feltman
2409 Huffman Drive, West
Mobile, Alabama 36693
SALLIE Y. NORRIS
Attorney For Personal
Representative
ROBINSON R. HARRELL &
ASSOCIATES, P.A..
3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Florida 332579
(850) 651-1111
Florida Bar Number: 0033840
01/31/07 .
02/07/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2006-CA-3098-S
DIVISION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI-
ATION AS TRUSTEE RESIDEN-


TIAL FUNDING CORPORATION
AS ATTORNEY IN FACT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY L. SCHIFANO, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
January 17, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 2006-CA-3098-S of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial
Circuit ip and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
AS TRUSTEE RESIDENTIAL
FUNDING CORPORATION AS
ATTORNEY IN FACT; is the
Plaintiff and MARY L.. SCHIFANO;
BONNIE A. SCHIFANO; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEN-
DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
-WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; ASSOCIA-
TION OF SOUTHBAY BY THE
GULF CONDOMINIUM, INC.; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash'at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 6 day of March,
2007, the following described /
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment:
UNIT B-8, SOUTHBAY BY
THE GULF CONDOMINIUM,
I, A CONDOMINIUM,
TOGETHER WITH AN UNDI-
VIDED INTEREST IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS
APPERTENANT THERETO,
ACCORDING TO THE DEC-
LARATION OF CONDOMINI-
UM THEREOF, AS RECORD-
ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 1041, AT PAGE 357,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH
ANY AMENDMENTS THERE-
TO.
A/K/A 940 Highway 98 East


#15, Destin, FL 32541
Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the
Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on January 22, 2007.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Kathy Henley
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview News Bulletin
Invoice To: Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06012167
MLNUSA-CONV-R-Isellers
See Americans with Disabilites
Act
01/31/07
02/07/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 07-CA-529-C
SELVA JEAN CORBIN HOL-
LOWAY, RANDALL HUSTUS
CORBIN,
PLAINTIFFS,
V.
HEIRS of 0. 0. HUGHEN and the
HEIRS of C. E. EVANS,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
If you ar an heir of HEIRS of 0.
0. HUGHEN or C. E. EVANS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a com-
plaint has been filed against you in
the Circuit Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida to quiet title on
certain real property which was
formally owned,by C. E. Evans
and 0. 0. Hughen, and that you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to said com-
plaint, if any, to:
Mark Welton, Attomey for Plaintiffs
WELTON & WILLIAMSON, LL.C.


1020 Ferdon Blvd. South
Crestview, FL 32536
on or before March 16, 2007, and
to file the original with the Clerk of
this Court, at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview, Florida,
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter,
or a default and final judgement
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this court on this 2nd day of
February, 2007.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
02/07/07
02/14/07
02/21/07
02/28/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 07-DR0054-S

IN RE: The marriage of
ANDRE DOMINGOS DE SOUZA,
Petitioner,
and
MARISEL GONZALEZ,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Marisel Gonzalez
Respondent's last known address:
2901 Ravenwood Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34741

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
'copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Andre Domingos De
Souza, whose address is 8997
NW 13th Court, Coral Springs, FL
33071, on or before March 12,
2007, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, FL 32579; before ser-
vice on the Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you fail to do so,


a default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
Copies of all court 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 Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated this 1st day of February
2007.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of .Court
By: Tiffany Gardner
. As Deputy Clerk
02/07/07
02/14/07
02/21/07
02/28/07
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Florida
Statutes, KeepSafe Storage,
located at 101 Hospital Drive,
Crestview, Florida will offer for
sale to the highest bidder the
household and other goods stored
in the below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to recover
the rents not paid by the tenants.
Unit B37 Nicho Brewer
Unit L01 Celia Furr
The sale shall take place on
February 23, 2007 At 10:00 a.m.
at KeepSafe Storage.
02/07/07
02/14/07 i


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104
General Help
AUBURN WATER
System has immedi-
ate opening for
Equipment Operator
with 3-5 yrs exp. op-
erating excavators
and other heavy
equipment. Experi-
ence with directional
boring a plus. Must
have a valid Fla. Dr.
license, Class A
CDL a plus. AWS is
a drug free work-
place. Salary D.O.E
apply in person at
3097 Locke Ln,
Crestview
AUBURN WATER
System is hiring for
a Water Treatment
Operator. Daily op-
erations and mainte-
nance of water
plants and associat-
ed equipment.
Monthly and annual
sampling as re-
quired by Gov.
agencies. Must have
a minimum of Class
C water treatment
Plant Operator's li-
cense State of Fla.
Valid Drivers Li-
cense, Salary
D.O.E. Apply at
3097 Locke Lane
Crestview
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Pick-Up and Deliv-
ery Driver. Must
have current driv-
ers license with
clean driving re-
cord.
Assembly Person.
Need person to
set-up new equip-
ment.
Both positions are
full-time and re-
quire good physi-
cal condition. Ap-
ply in person at
Wise Equipment in
Crestview.

POST OFFICE
NOW HIRING. Avg.
pay $20/hour or
$57k annually in-
cluding Federal Ben-
efits and OT. Paid
Training, Vacations.
PT/FT 1-800-584-
1775 ext 2900 US-
WA
WORK FROM
HOME ONLINE! PT
or FT around your
schedule. Great op-
portunity for stay-at-
home moms! Full
training & support
www.financialwell-
nessathome.com


106
Home Based
Business

BE YOUR OWN
BOSS. Seeking tup-
perware sales con-
sultants who can
work pt/ft. Training
provided. Salary de-
pends on your sales,
fund raising, and re-
cruiting other con-
sultants. Chances to
win jewelry, trips, or
cars. Buy Tupper-
ware at discounted
prices. Call Wanda,
682-9043 for more
info.

114
Medical

ATTENTION!
SHOAL CREEK
Rehab Center is ac-
cepting applications
for the following po-
sitions: LPN/RN
11p-7a FT. CNAs
11p-7a FT, 7a-3p
FT, Apply in person
at 500 S. Hospital
Drive, Crestview, FI
32539 850-689-
3146
FULL TIME
CMA/RMA or LPN
for Nephrology prac-
tice, main office in
Crestview, requires
some travel in Tri
County Area, 2
years medical office,
experience prefer-
red, fax resume to
850-969-2880
RESIDENT AIDE
needed for 11pm-
7am 2 to 3 nights a
week. Must pass a
background screen-
ing. We train. Apply
in person at 551
Redstone Ave W.

124
Sales &
Telemarketing

A TERRIFIC
Opportunity!Liberty
National Life Insur-
ance Company
$100,000+. Earning
Potential, Benefits,
Pension, 401K,
BCBS Insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500

SALES POSITION
with Arban & Associ-
ates. Construction
experience helpful.
Salary & Commis-
sion, company vehi-
cle. Please call 850-
836-4362 for an in-
terview


124
Sales &
Telemarketing

AVON REPRESEN-
TATIVES needed in
this area! $10 to
start. Up to 50%
earnings. Call Judy
682-8023

126
Skills/Trade
HIRING ROOFERS
Drivers License re-
quired, Pay DOE
850-678-7000



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SERVIC ES


310
Business
Opportunities
THERE IS a BET-
TER Way! Improve
your life ,Forever!
www.livenlife.com/Ti
naV
315
Business Services
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.

OKALOOSA SIGNS
850-683-5255
All your sign needs.
Also T-shirts, mag-
nets, embroidery,
trailer lettering and
window lettering
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075

317
Health & Fitness
Lose Weight...Gain
Muscle
GET HEALTHY!
Call today 1-877-
736-2545
herbal-
nutrition.net/kankella
320
Child Care
AIRPORT ROAD
Learning Center
now accepting appli-
cations for children
2yrs and older 683-
0925


325
Domestic
HONEY-DO SERV-
ICES (for all your
honey dos that your
honey won't do) call
398-2284
IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.
332
Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Cuckoos
We buy Antiques,
we do estate sales
Call 689-1007
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
850-685-9396
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
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Barnhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remod-
eling, 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, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
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.,
also Bobcat work
Free Estimates.
682,-0137. Cell 826-
1672
JD MATTHEWS ce-
ment work, big or
small. Foundations,
patios, sidewalk,
driveways, tearouts,
etc. LLC Licensed &
Insured. Cell 850-
546-0368, Hm. 850-
652-3111.


337
Concrete

BUSH CONCRETE
"Prompt &
Professional",
Patios, Sidewalks,
Driveway Tearouts
& Brickwork, Lisc &
Ins. Free Estimates
850-585-1268
ALL PHASES OF
CONCRETE, Con-
crete coatings, Con-
crete repair. Deck
and Driveway addi-
tions Free esti-
mates, Low rates.
305-1957
H&L CUSTOM TILE
Ceramic restored &
cleaned, grout
reclaimed or colors
changed. 30 colors
to choose from. Free
Estimates 758-7088


HOME
REPAIR


PRESSURE WASH-
ING & Painting, rea-
sonable rates. 682-
9220
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774


* KITCHEN & BATH
* WINDOWS & DOORS
* FANS & LIGHTING
* TILE DRYWAU.
* WOOD-ROT
* TRIM MOULDING
* DECKS ROOF REPAIR





V^RA^
flRHOADSy
REMODELING
R.A. RHOADS
REMODELING/RDOOHFING, INC.
SPECIALIZING IN METAL ROOFING
WE DO ALL KINDS OF
ROOFS, REMODELING,
& NEW CONSTRUCTION.
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE,
FREE ESTIMATES
689-1643

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

CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing
(Hot & Cold) And
Painting and Re-
modeling Residen-
tial & Commercial,
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011 or 259-
6998
CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps
HANDY D'S Repairs
and Improvements.
"We Do Most Any-
thing." Detailed. 25
years experience.
We show ,up. 537-
9066.
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and -In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928

MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.

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

REGINALD
MCLEAN Construc-
tion LLC, Framing,
Remodeling, Free
estimates 305-6829
or 537-8239

342
Landclearing


342
Landclearing
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 682-
6317 or 978-2142

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Lawn Care











EDDIE'S
YARD CARE
Yard Maintenance,
complete cleaning of
yards, trimming,-
weed eating, edging.
Licensed & Insured
537-4506 or 217-
2338


345
Lawn Care

IMPRESSIVE
LAWNS
Licensed and
Insured
RESIDENTIAL AND
COMMERCIAL
Complete lawn
maintenance year
round. General
clean up, all debris
removed. Mowing,
Bagging, Edging,
Hedges, Beds,
Mulch and more.
Prompt, courteous,
professional serv-
ice. If your Lawn
Man doesn't have
a Bagging System
during Winter
months, Maybe it's
time for a new
Lawn Man
"Let us make
yours an Impres-
sive Lawn" Call
for a
FREE ESTIMATE
(850) 902-2082 '
(850) 537-8106
J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.
T&J TREE services
licensed and insur-
ed, 689-1411 oi'
759-1395 for free,
estimate


SOUTHERN

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Residential Commercial Free Estimates
* Quality Lawn Care Reasonable Rates
* Dependable Service Licensed and Insured
t' l 4 f i. .,

850.682.3098 850.259.1840


Licensedd&

Tree Service
PROFESSIONAL TREE &
STUMP REMOVAL
ALSO OFFERING PRESSURE WASHING & LAWN MAINTENANCE

682-9474


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Crestview News Bulletin I 9B


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2007 CLASSIFIED


Are you an experienced Realtor looking for a change?
Are you new to the area? If so, PELICAN REAL ESTATE
may be right for you.

PELICAN REAL ESTATE is looking for agents to join
our Crestview team.

We are Gulf Coasts' largest locally owned real estate
company and have been named #1 in sales
transactions, with the Emerald Coast Board of Realtors,
as well as voted "BEST REAL ESTATE AGENCY OF
THE EMERALD COAST."

PELICAN offers competitive commission splits, no desk
fees, beautiful working facilities and an excellent team
of management/support staff.

Please call 850-650-2494, or toll free
888-267-2494, if you may be interested, in joining
the "PELICAN FAMILY".

PELICAN REAL ESTATE.....LEADING WITH STRENGTH!


Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
|1 J 1I www.pelicanproperty.com






JOHNION
" Iy REALTY. WCS.
m 5682-1800

Lot IS, Algonquin Place Beautiful 2.4 acre parcel located
in Mathison Creek Estates. Perfect place for your dream home!
1325 Lee Avenue Custom-built 4 bd/3 ha home located on
a quiet street in Baker. Maple cabinets w/granite countertops
and backsplash; electric fireplace; screened-in back porch.
576 Majestic Blvd 3 bd/2 ba 1999 doublewide mobile
home located on a 1.54 acre lot in Mossy Head. Double vanities,
garden tub and separate shower in mb; pump house w/ 4" well;
20 x 30 concrete pad.
136 Phillips Drive Spacious 3 bd/2 ba home located in
Adams Powell S/D. Breakfast bar & large pantry in kitchen; cov-
ered front & rear porch; fenced-in backyard; home is being sold
"as is".
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
. Crestview, FL 32536
:i1sj 1" m www.janetjohnsonrealty.com


345
Lawn Care

LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.
TOP OF THE LINE
LLC
Lawn maintenance,
clean-ups, bush
trimming, all types of
lawn work, low cost,
dependable, li-
censed and insured.
685-9697
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available

LAWN TEK,
LLC
Lawn Mainte-
nance Land-
scaping Irriga-
tion Palm tree
installation *
Sod Dirt Work.
Free estimates.
Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed
Insured
Owner
Brad Overly

355'
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304


360
Miscellaneous

WEIGHT LOSS
Sample Packs. Free
BMI Reading. Per-
sonalized programs
designed for your in-
dividual needs. 850-
685-0041
NEED DIRT!
Sand etc. and bull-:
dozer work Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218



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REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT

452
Apartments For
Rent

1-2BR APTS. Some
utilities $450-$550
per month. $550D.D
1 year lease, no
pets. 850-834-4767
VERY NICE 2Br
apt., new applian-
ces, quiet neigh-
borhood; 158 Lake
St. $600/$600 682-
8867 leave msg.
2BR/1bA DUPLEX
Apt. $550.00mo
$550.00dd,' some
utilities, no pets,
lease required 850-
834-4767.
2BR/1BA IN quiet
gated complex, total
electric, pest control
and washer/dryer
hookup provided, 12
mo lease
$600mo/$550dp call
585-1574 or 650-
7614


208 Aza Place: 2093sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/Ref. Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. A Must Seel MOVE IN READY!
$179,900 240-3499


I n i* S l s ] e l s a t


LAND
4.5 acres, Poverty Creek ........ $115,000
1/2 acre lots .................. $59,000
9 plus acres, Holmes Co. with wel & sepic $110,000
40 acres, Near Florala, will divide into 10 acre tracts
House, 7 stall barn & 5 acres. .... $375,000
More Land Available, CALL ME!
Brck Eperson' Go to www.northwestflahomes.com and click
on MY PROPERTIES.
j 12 865-7777 or 682-7718
I~ jS [www.northwestflahomes.com


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.
CRESTVIEW
EAGLES Landing
New End Unit Town-
house 3BR/2.5 Bath,
New appliances with
washer & dryer
hookup, no pets, no
smoking 850-897-
1736
FURNISHED
1BD/1BA apart-
ment, all utilities
p a i d
$750mo/$750dp
837-5738
2BA/1BA APART-
M E N T
$500mo/$500dp 126
Lake St. 682-8867

454
Commercial
Peopwerty For
Rent
2400 SQ.FT 3+
acres, fenced, office
and warehouse on
110 at Holt exit, may
divide, call 850-477-,
0044
COMMERCIAL
FOR Rent. Former
Dentist Office- Den-
tist office, Beauty
Shop, Massage
Therapy, office or
nursery possibilities.
Rent $1100 Triple
Net, High Traffic
area, good central
location. Mildred C.
Heaton Realty, Inc
850-689-1334
COMMERCIAL
SPACE on Hwy,85,
1350 sq.ft. w/approx
1.5 acre lot. Call
Scott for details 546-
1192
MCLAIN OFFICE
Plaza, Office/Retail
Space for rent.
Suites with all serv-
ices included $400
per month. New
Building 1800 sq.ft
$2500 per month tri-
ple-net 682-0791
456
Homes For Rent
2,3 AND 4 BED-
ROOM Homes for
rent, No Pets 682-
1972.
2BD/2BA/2CG
HOME on Lake Eu-
faula. Rent by week,
month, or year.
850-956-2553
2 B R / 1 B A
$850MO/$900SD no
pets 305-0765
2BR/1BA LARGE
lot, central heat/air,
$700mo/$700dp
689-4442
3BD/2BA RANCH
style brick home on
large lot. Seven
miles north of Crest-
v I e w .
FR/DR/LR/Kitchen
w/ eating area. Has
DW/RF/OV/RA,
CH/AC, two car ga-
rage. New upgrades
in kitchen. New paint
throu g hout,
$800 m o. / $800 dd
Available immed. No
Pets. Ph. 423-0375
for appt.
FOR RENT 1625
sq.ft 3br/2ba, 2 cg,
large lot, newer brick
home, north of 110,
120 Jacob Dr. Avail-
able 2/15/07 305-
6484
HOME FOR rent
1230 Ego Dr.
3BR/2BA 2CG avail-
able 2/1/07
$1000mo/$1000dd
no smoking, no pets
850-543-4742


456
Homes For Rent

CENTURY 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
2918 Crescent Ave
3bd/2ba $700dp
$700.dp
211 Warrior St,
3bd/2ba $1495.rt
$1495.dp
902 Dixie, 3bd/2ba
$875.rt, $875.dp
5219 Griffith Mill
Road, Baker
2bd/1 ba $475.rt,
475.dp
130 Dixie St
4bd/2ba $1200.rt
$1200.dp
COLDWELL
BANKER
JME
REALTY
117 Courthouse
Terrace
Crestview Fl. 32536
(850)-689-1515 or
(850) 682-5922
Equal Housing
Opportunity
116 Hampton Dr.,
2BR/1.5BA, 1000
sq.ft., $550, fenced
yard
5332 Vernon Taylor
Rd, Baker, Fl
2BR/1BA, 896 sq.ft
$550- Duplex
689 Valley Rd.,
3BR/1BA, 1,384
sq.ft., $775, pet
w/owner approval
6197 Winstead CV,
3BR/1.5BA, 1,025
sq.ft $875, pet
w/owner approval
301 Runnymeade Dr
3BR/2Ba 1,140 sq.ft
$825, fenced yard
1562 Texas Pkwy,
3BR/2BA 1,109 sq.ft
$875, washer/dryer
inci
5814 Reinke Dr 3
13R/2BA 1,180 sq.ft
$900, in ground
pool
2140 Hagood LP,
4BR/2.5BA, 2,254
sq.ft, $1,250 brand
new constr.
812 Travis Ct.
4BR/3BA 2,558 sq.ft
$1,500, Pet w/owner
approval
137 Mill Pond Cv.,
5BR/3BA, 2,102
sq.ft., $1,500, in
ground pool
For further informa-
tion visit
www.cbjmeproperty-
management.com
COUNTRY LIVING
3/4 mile north of
High School.
3BR/1.5BA, $900.00
per month, $900.00
security deposit. No
pets. Call 830-8411
or 582-2722.
FOR RENT
2BD/1BA 4BD/1BA
house Call Scott foi
details 546-1192
SMALL 2BD
fenced yard, pets
C r e s t v i e w
$550/$550 537-9798
CRESTVIEW HOME
for lease/sale
3BD/2BA, pets ok,
758-5365
HOUSE FOR rent
2br/1 ba $700mo
available' 02/15/2007
call 850-516-0373 or
850-516-6748 ask
for Joe'or Bonnie
NEW 3 & 4 bedroom
rental homes ready
for move in. Starting
at $850/mo. Range,
DW, and micro hooc
included. Easy ac-
cess to Crestview
and .Niceville. Sec-
tion 8 accepted. Cal
850-689-2221 8-5
M-F, 850-546-1253.
TEEL AND Waters
Real Estate
204 Booker St
$575, 2/1
107 Pointer Ln
$1,025, 3/2/2, sma
pet w/ approval.
5710 Seminole Dr
$775, 3/2, on
acres.
229 Pinoak Ct
$925, 3/2/1, washe
& dryer, pet w/ap
proval.
2645 Sorrell Ridgi

$1,800, 3/2.5/2 ni
pets
2647 Sorrell Ridgi
Rd.
$1,800, 3/2.5/2 ni
pets
All properties require
a credit check, on'
year lease; no insid'
smoking, pet fee
are non-refundable
Call Debra Fros
682-6156


456
Homes For Rent

FOR RENT
3BD/2BA 1220
square feet. Nice
home at 6127 Old
Hickory Rd. Crest-
view. $1250 per
month plus $600 de-
posit. Pets OK with
approval -by owner.
689-0674 or 582-
8882
, HOME FOR rent
3BA/1.5BA on quiet
street, easy access
to town. call 689-
2221 8am-8pm
Mon-Fri -
FOR RENT North
Crestview 3/1 older
home, clean, great
l o c a t ion
$675mo/$675dp no
pets 902-0604

460
Mobile Homes For
Rent

2BR/1BA FENCED
yard, pets ok with
owner approval,
lease and referen-
ces required,
$375mo/$375dp,
available 03/07 682-
2984
3BR/2BA IN Mossy
Head. Available im-
mediately
$850mo/$850sd.
Call 850-305-7796
daytime 850-682-
3951 after 7:30pm.
CLEAN 4BD/3BA
doublewide in Holt,
Call Scott for details
at 546-1192
FOR RENT
3BD/2BA Mobile
home, 3BR/2BA
House, References
required. NO PETS!
No exceptions. 682-
1045 or 682-2880
after 5pmr
NORTH CREST-
VIEW 3/2 16X80
MH, Very. clean &
quiet park, $725.
/mo., $725./DD, No
pets 902-0604
462
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
also may share
house at $145.
week New home,
cable, phone, utilit-
ies & swimming pool
included $10. de-
posit for cleanup.
537-9258, cell
(850)221-8544









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FOR SATLE


556
Homes For Sale
BLACKWATER
AREA Newly re-
t modeled 2,900 sq.ft
home on over 5
acres. $249,900
r Mark Miller, Century
21 Island View Real-
ty 850217-5761 or
850-939-2366/
1-800-262-2366
FLIP THIS house, 2
homes for sale
I 2BR/1BA located in
Crestview and Holt.
v For details call 537-
2815 or 582-1825
I FOR RENT 3/2 2
CG over 1400 SF
with Sunroom, Pri-
vacy Fence, Avail.
2/1/07 Pets allowed
with NRD, $1200
P/MO. In Bob Sikes
and Davidson
II School Dist. Quiet
cul-d-sac location.
Mildred C. Heaton
2 Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334
r NEW SPECIAL land
Some financing
available for limited
e or bad credit call
Clayton Homes for
o details 850-682-
3344.
e SHOAL RIVER
Country Club Area,
o All brick, custom
3BR, gas fireplace,
e screened in porch.
e $214,900. Christine
e Wright,Century 21
s Island View Realty
850-240-2722, 850-
t 939-2366
1-800-262-2366


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556
Homes For Sale

FOR SALE or rent
new 3br/2ba 1400
sq.ft.(estimate) on
large lot. $165,900,
or $995mo rent, de-
posit, reference and
credit required. Very
quiet, minutes from
schools & shopping.
In Auburn area 240-
0890

560
Land For Sale
1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
1.25 WOODED
acres, single wide
mobile home on Mt.
Olive Rd, $65k 689-
2029
10 ACRES w/well
&septic. Very se-
cluded & private
wooded area. Land
backs up to 1-10 on
South side.
$250,000. Butch
Nelson 830-2346.
ERA American Real-
ty of. Northwest Flori-
da, Inc.
35 ACRES- Lots of
Possibilities! Over
4,000 Ft. Paved
Road Frontage, City
of Laurel Hill, 1500
Ft. Dirt Rd. Front-
age. Level $530,000
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc 850-
689-1334
LAND FOR sale
1286 Washington
street, Baker
50ftx100ft $30,000
call 1-386-255-2741
or 1-305-467-7696
ADAMS/ POWELL
Location, Extra
large, level, shady
lot, almost 3/4 AC,
over 2200 SF Many
recent upgrades,
Wonderful large
family room 3/2.5
with 2 CG and out-
side workshop! Mil-
dred C. Heaton Re-
alty, Inc. 850-689-
1334
PICTURESQUE
RESIDENTIAL
ACREAGE Seclud-
ed woods, pasture,
stream, lake, Even a
3/2 Dwelling until
you can build that-
dream home in a
wonderful setting. 10
miles from town.
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334
WONDERFUL
CREEKFRONT
Property, over 2
acres, private and
secluded, in good
area, On cul-d-sac
street. Over 1400
SF, 2/2 but with
plenty of room to ex-
pand. Mildred C.
Heaton Realty, Inc
850-689-1334

562
Mobile Homes
4.7 ACRES with mo-
bile home,
3BD/2BA, Needs
some work. On Staff
Rd, 4 miles from
town. Asking
$165,000 seller mo-
tivated 682-0922
FOR RENT, large
MH lots, under-
ground utilities, 3 lo-
cations, 682-0507
Aim


PETS &
LIVESTOCK


708
Pets

BLUE-NOSED PIT-
BULL puppies for
sale males $350. fe-
males $400. parents
on premises.
(850)689-3105 or
(850) 305-7270
CLIPPENDALE'S
DOG grboming,
baths, 'clips. Front-
.line and Advantage
Flea products, we
also have jackets,
sweaters, party
dresses, doggie
birthday cakes made
to order along with
homemade treats
and much more:.
New customers wel-
come. Call for an
appointment @ 537-
4006.

SIBERIAN HUS-
KIES,' blue eyes,
puppies, taking de-
posits. Parents on
premises $300,
health certificate in-
cluded 689-3601









GENERAL
MRERLHANDISE


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing in Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy.SelljEs-
tates. T-F 9-4 Sat. 9-
2, 211 N, Main St.
Crestview 850-689-
1007 305-2441

804
Apparel
PAGEANT AND
Prom dresses for
sale sizes 2-6 call
689-0769 or 306-
5092
806
Appliances
MAYTAG WASH-.
ER, Kenmore gas
dryer, U.G.C. $125
for both 902-3928
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844111
WHIRLPOOL
WASHER, dryer,
great condition. Not
needed, full size, se-
rious inquiries
please 865-2394
812
Farm Equipment













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812
Farm Equipment

BURCH 2 row Plant-
er purchased Feb 06
used one time, sale
price $2700 asking
$2200 682-6665

814
Furniture
MUST SEE .Pine
kitchen table w/4
chairs, matching
buffet $200 OBO
398-0901

816
Jewelry

WOMENS 14 carat
gold wedding 'ring
set, 1/3 carat mar-
quis surrounded by
baguettes, matching
ring jacket, total 1
carat $300 firm 826-
0271
818
Lawn Equipment

2006 HUSTLER
MiniZ Zero turn
commercial mower,
19hp only 30 hours,
under warranty,
$3800 758-8199,
537-8828
1987 850 Johndeere
Tractor cylinder,
diesel, 4wdrive, fron-
tend loader, 6ft fin-
ish. mower, very
good condition
$7,000 as equipped
$6000 without mow-
er 689-0516

819
Heavy Equipment
AUBURN WATER
System is accepting
sealed bids for a
1235 Massey Fergu-
son 4wd. Compact
Tractor w/loader,
box blade, bush hog
and disc. Tractor
has less than 300
hrs on it, nice trac-
tor. Bidding will
close on March 2,
2007 (Tractor and
equipment has a, re-
serve) May be seen
at Auburn Water
System 3097 Locke
Lane, Crestview, FL


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GARAGE

SALES

HIGHBOY ANTI-
QUE dresser $450,
Singer sewing ma-
chine with wood top
$50, Antique table
with 4 wide ladder
back chairs $150,
washer and dryer
$175. North 85 left
on Hwy 2, 7698
Four Flags Rd, First
paved on right 652-
2299 or 978-0764
SELLING EVERY-
THING, furniture,
appliances, tools,
and more Feb 9th &
10th 7:30am-1:00pm
113 Twin Oak Dr,
Crestview


Michael Gardner
of Award Chevrolet
invites everyone to
stop by and let
him show you how
S you can drive away
"HEi ." in a new or used
S vehicle today.

AN-ME-ICNIRTOflON
SYour Sihrerado Headquarters *-Locally Owned 11Operated
A waWL fuk __ 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestvlew
jM CNEVROLT 682-2731


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

COMMERCIAL
PROPERTIES:
James Lee Blvd West 2
acres, good visibility &
traffic count. Prime loca-
tion for your new business.
218 feet on the Highway.

George Avenue Nice 1/2
acre lot with 2400 sq ft
metal building just off Hwy
90 East. Would make great
small business location.

James Lee Blvd West 5
acres with 680+ feet
Highway frontage just out
side City limits. Endless
possibilities. Zoning in
place.
LARGE
ACREAGE:
92+ acres on Gilmore
Road, Holt. Lake on prop-
erty with plenty of wildlife.
$7,600 per acre.

5450 Clint Mason Rd,
Crestview. 281 acres
adjoins new Development
would make great invest-
ment. A Developers
Special.
40 Acres on McCoy Rd,
Baker. Priced at $8,475 an
acre. Close to Black Water
State Forest & State
Recreational Facility.
NEW
CONSTRUCTION:
THE PINES S/D:
4604 Bobolink 3/2 1426 s/f
$186,400
4606 Bobolink 3/2 1426 s/f
$185,900
4637 Bobolink 3/2 1240 s/f
lots of upgrades $179,000

LOTS
Two I + acres lots on
Evergreen Pkwy priced at
$39,900 each



Baylis &
Davis Realty
Your Crestview
Connection








829
Garage Sales

MOVING SALE
Feb 10, 7am-until.
2821 Silver Hills Rd,
Crestview
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
YARD SALE at
Crestview Whole-
sale, Sat, Feb 10
from 7-12 all pro-
ceeds go to Relay
for Life.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
6 PIECE set of pas-
sive exercise/toning
tables, excellent
condition $1900. De-
livery not included.
850-826-1620.
ABOVE GROUND
pool 18x4 ft. Like
new, used one sum-
mer, fully equipped
$100 423-0386
ELEGANTLY DEC-
ORATED full size
carousel horse, one
of a kind, please call
if interested to 537-
2364 or 682-6647
leave message
FREEZER WHITE,
Kenmore upright,
only 3 years old, like
new $200 537-2422


The name you
Ctill tl-IlSt With
i re.
people who ct I


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Completely custom
all brick home; builder has
gone all out! Large foyer
with 9 ft. ceilings, huge
family room, double French
doors leading to nice back
porch. This listing has all
the amenities you'd look for
in a new home. $255,000.

Beautifully laid out
open floor plan, great for
family enjoyment or
entertaining guests. Tray
ceilings in master bedroom
and dining room. Custom
cabinets, accent lighting.
$223,900.
Bring all offers! This
home is being sold "as is".
Older home but in great
condition. 2/1, would make
a great starter or investment
property. $135,000
Very nice home close.
to shopping, bases,
restaurants, and 1-10. Large
master suite with walk-in
closet and double vanity in
master bathroom. Tile in
the kitchen with breakfast
bar, dining area and foyer.
$185,000.
3.74 acres, located
within city limits, 700 ft.
frontage on E. Chestnut Ave.
Beautiful mature oak trees.
You could easily build 3 or 4
houses or several
multifamily units on this
property. I 10,000.

Charming home on a
corner lot in a wonderful
neighborhood! What's
more, new carpet
throughout, new water
heater, new roof in '05, new
A/C in '03, and the seller is
still doing more upgrades!
See today. $164,900.


Outstanding Agents
Outstanding Results.



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

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

GOLF CARTS, ex-
cellent condition.
2004 EZ-GO Electrit
with charger, top,
cooler, storage bas-
kets, fold-dowr
windshield. $260C
537-6113
SELLING RECORD
collection 33 1/3 8
45s, record player
stereo, speakers
make offer 826-2759

FIREWOOD FOR
SALE
689-3429
398-3347










TRANSPORTATION


902
Auto Supplies
B E D R U G
CHEVY/GMC
CrewCab 04 and up
$50, aluminum
camper shell Ford
Ranger $35 682-
0688
DANA 60 racing
rear end with drum
brakes, Richmond
gears, like new ask
for Jimmy $900
OBO 398-7630
904
Cars

1984 CHEVY Monte
Carlo new motor,
trans. and 22" rims
for $4,500. obo in-
clude system
(850)689-3105 os
(850)305-7270
1991 BUICK Regal
Custom, $1350
OBO 689-7599













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Photos for illustration purposes only.


904
Cars
1996 SEBRING
Convertible new top,
good condition
$4600 OBO call
850-830-7275
2005 MUSTANG
mint condition, low
mileage $16,000
689-2029
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957
FOR SALE 98 Che-
vy Malibu 97,000
miles, dark green,
great condition, tint-
ed windows, air,
$3500 902-2474


1999
B2500SE




Mazda Pickup
Auto AC CD Alloys
Bedliner Toolbox
Cruise Extra Clean
118,000 Miles
$4,500 OBO
334-572-4176
334-504-3342

.CHEVY CAPRICE
1995 new paint,
trans. includes 23"
spinners and qu-
lodgick 12" speakers
system and tv and
dvd player $8,500.
firm (850)689-3105
or (850)305-7270


905
Auto Repair

COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.

906
Boats

FOR SALE 2003
1200 SLX Jet ski,
Less than 10 hrs,
garage kept $6,000
682-2932

PONTOON BOAT
$3500 or make offer,
15.6 aluminum boat,
trailing motor & 40
hr Johnson,' Runs
good $3000 682-
9220


908
Farm Equipment
TRACTOR 1960
Ford Dexter 3 cylin-
der Diesel, works
good $3000 682-
6571 afternoon.

910
Motorcycles

2000 APRILLA
1000 runs great
$4,500. obo
(850)689-2073,
(850)398-0108, or
(850)758-8840
2001 HONDA 929,
runs and looks
great, $4,000. firm.
leave mess. if don't
answer will call back
(850)689-2073,
(850)398-0108, or
(850)758-8840


910
Motorcycles

2002 BUELL Blast,
black, 500cc, 2700
miles, $2400 OBO
398-0901
914
Recreational

2002
DUTCHMAN
CLASSIC






35' SRV5th Wheel Camper
Toy Hauler
Excellent Condition
Call John or Kim Adams at
652-2195
$17,000 OBO


912
Motor Homes
FOR SALE 1992
Wilderness Travel
Trailer 26ft. 5th
wheel, excellent
condition $6,000
682-2932
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1996 GMC Yukon,
161K miles, $4000
call 420-5730

918
Trucks

2005 SILVERADO
1500 EXT-CAB LS,
White, 18K miles,
MSRP $28.430 sell-
ing for $19,900 call
Dave 850-758-0527


918
Trucks

04 COLORADO E/C
46,000 miles, financ-
ing available $0
down, Approx $200
month w/good credit
$10,950 ,NAPA re-
tail $12,400 830-
4613 or 537-6481
1974 CHEVY Pick-
up 454ss new mo-
tor, 650 horse pow-
er, new trans 400,
positive track 411
Detroit locker rear-
end, new paint red
with black racing
stripes $12,500. obo
excellent condition
(850)689-3105 or
(850)305-7270
1976 FORD, needs
work, best offer 689-
8677 or 546-0932


918
Trucks
1986 CHEVY Pick-
up, new rims/tires,
motor, trans, and
paint, truck is in ex-
cellent shape
$4,000. obo
(850)689-3105 or
(850)305-7270
1987 CHEVY Blazer
15,000 miles on mo-
tor, runs great, new
paint, 4x4, 35" tires
$4,000. obo
(850)689-3105 or
(850)305-7270
1999 FORD F-250
P/U TRUCK, 5.4 LI-
TER TRITON V-8, 4
WHEEL DR, LARI-
AT PACKAGE,
LEATHER TOW
PACKAGE 974-
4371


PS, PB, AC, CD Player, Automatic
Call 8$3 ,500

305-8258 $3,500


DANIEL'S ATVOMOTIVE SERVICE

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SSPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FOREIGN & DOMEmc
SWVECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
Licensed & Insured

8a50.5317.3828
523 HwY 90 WEST HOLT, FL

918
Trucks

82 GMC P/U & 89
Toyota P/U. Nel-
ther runs but good
for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
OBO. 850-420-
1142 or850-598
0520 if no answer
leave message.

2000 Mitsubishi
Galant




4dr 2nd Owner
Sunroof Spoiler
CD Player
New Tires
105,000 miles
Runs Excellent
$4,400 (obo)
(850) 902-3834
Call Travis

920
Vans

1995 Chevy Van
REDUCED





Runs Great!
65,000 miles, AM/FM
Power steering, A/C
$3,000 (obo)
685-1171 or
682-6141


'89 FORD
ECONOLINE




140,000 miles.
Runs great, just
needs a fuel pump.
Great WorkeVant
699-0897
$1,000 (obo)

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.,
also Bobcat work
Free Estimates.
682-0137. Cell 826-
1672
RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates.
Specialize in
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375
240-8443
EDDIE'S
YARD CARE
Yard Maintenance,
complete cleaning of
yards, trimming,
weed eating, edging.
Licensed & Insured
537-4506 or 217-
2338
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


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