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Title: Crestview news bulletin
Portion of title: Bulletin
Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 2007
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Members of Duke
Field's 919th SOW '
deploy to Middle East.
MIaden Rudman
Florida Freedom Newspapers
DUKE FIELD It was a familiar r
routine for some of the airmen
aboard the two MC-130Es that took
off from Duke Field on Tuesda\
morning. The aircraft, loaded with
gear and 919th Special Operations
Wing airmen, took to the skie-
shortly after 9 a.m.
They were the lead contingent of
several dozen Air Force reservists.
from Duke Field on their way to the
'', Central Command's area, ot
responsibility the Middle East.
Wing vice commander Col.
Kenneth E. Ray, a pilot, said most
of the airmen going volunteered for
the roughly 120-day deployment.
"We're providing relief for one
of the (units) from Hurlburt
(Field)," he said.
Hurlburt and Duke aircrew-
support Special Forces operations
with infiltration and retrieval of
ground troops, supply drops and
airborne helicopter refueling using
four types of C-130 warplanes.
Much of their work is done at
night.
Aircrews are just one part of the
deployment.
"We have a robust maintenance:
package that is supporting the air-
planes," continued Ray. "For a


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ews Bulletin recuperating at home following
ble heart bypass procedu
rumors shot around August.
hat multi-term city Hayes' space in the office I
layes had cleared with councilmen Brenda Bush
was preparing to Allen was cleaned.out of mos
als over the weekend of Api
ld Hayes, who has Shelves were barren in his b
us health problems and his desktop contained two
as emphatic in his ly filled cartons and his name]
stions about his "I cleaned out some things
sorting through them while I
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tas been my strength back."
ig a dou- Hayes said he's also keeping abreast
ire last of council business.
"I've got two more years (on the
ie shaes council) until my term expires," said
and Bob Hayes, who represents Precinct 2. "If I
t materi- get so I can't do my job, I have sense
ril 15-17. enough to step down. But any decision
ookcase, I. make like that, I'll make an
o partial- announcement."
plate. In the meantime, Hayes says he
and am most definitely is not planning to
'm recu- resign any time soon.'
yes said. "I'm a public servant," he said, "and
i getting I take that ser ice seriously."


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Brian Hughes I Cret.iew Nev.s Bulletin
An MC-130E taxis down the runway Tuesday morning as members of the 919th Special Operations Wing
prepare to deploy to the Middle East.


number of our folks, this will be
their fifth or sixth rotation."
That includes a tall senior mas-
ter sergeant the deploying force's
maintenance superintendent in
desert BDUs. It is his fifth rotation


to the Middle East.
He carefully watched the two
Combat Talon I's lift off from the
runway heading south, white
vapor trailing briefly from their
engines.


"I've been doing this 26 years
and I still marvel when they take
off," he said.
The maintainer volunteered to
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new ride

Crestview resident Sarah Reece was the guest of honor
Saturday during festivities at True Freedom Mobility. Reece,
who has cerebral palsy and a degenerative spinal condition,
received a brand new, top of the line personal scooter
courtesy of True Freedom Mobility and several other local
businesses and donors. Mayor David Cadle was on hand to
present the scooter to Sarah, who immediately hopped
aboard and took a few laps around the parking lot. "I want to
thank everyone who made this possible, especially the
mayor and Mr. Reeves at True Freedom," Sarah said. "I am
very grateful to everyone involved."


Council gives

chamber the

green light
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
The Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce is relocating its head-
quarters to the north end of the
city.'
It's a move that has prompted
mixed emotions among the com-
munity.
"I've been overwhelmingly told
it's a great idea for the community
and for the chamber," said
Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Wayne Harris. "In fact, all
the donors thought it was a great
idea."
Since January, the city and
chamber have been in negotiations
over a third-acre parcel of land sit-
ting adjacent to the Crestview
Community Center.
The site is part of the property
given to the city by former owners
Don Dewrell, Andrew Giesen Jr.,
George Giesen and Charles Clary
to build administrative offices. But
the former landowners informed
the city that they have no objection
to the chamber building its new
facility on the small northeast cor-
ner of the parcel.
To maintain ownership of the
property, the city plans to lease the
lot to the chamber for 50 years with
a fee of $100 a year.
"We want to be partners with
Athe city and .we appreciate what
they've done," said Harris. This
shows. the partnership between the
city of Crestview and the chamber
Because we're both working for the
same thing. We're both working for
the economic growi-th and the vital-
itv of this community."
Councilman Bob Allen said he
has received many calls from resi-
dents who think relocating next to
the' Crestview Comm unit Center
and Robert L.F. Sikes Public
Library is a good business decision
for the chamber because that area
is still ripe for development.
The chamber, which has more
than 710 members and continues to
grow exponentially, has outgrown
its current building along South
Main Street, said Harris. The facili-
ty has no storage, no technology,
too small of a conference room for
its 24-member board of directors to
meet in, and bad air-conditioning.
"Right now I'm operating a staff
that includes one full-time and two
part-time employees" because
there's no room for additional
staff," said Harris. "If I can't han-
dle staff, I can't handle growth."
Most chambers have eight to 15
people on staff, he added.
Council member Linda Parker
said she's received several calls
from residents opposing the reloca-
tion because they think the cham-
ber is already centralized within
the city.
"One of the things that's impor-
tant is this is the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce," said
Harris.
And contrary to some opinions,
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Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW A picture
may be worth a thousand
words, but according to Betsy
Lewin, there are a thousand
ways to draw a picture.
"There are as many ways.
to draw as there are artists,"
the children's book author
and illustrator told students
at Bob Sikes Elementary
School last week. "Everybody
draws differently."
To prove it, she led a cafe-
teria full of potential illustra-
tors, each sitting on the floor,
bent over sheets of paper
with crayons, through the
basic steps of drawing a lion.
Afterwards, Lewin invited
the front row of students to
stand up and show their fin-
ished products.
A whole menagerie of
kings of the jungle was pre-
sented. Some were green,
some were red, some were
even blue. There were happy
lions, sad lions, mad lions,
and lions who just seemed a
bit mopey.


"Drawing is something
that's inside you," Lewin told
two assemblies of kids. "If
you have that gift, it just has
to come out."
The Pennsylvania native
now lives in a Brooklyn
brownstone with her hus-
band, Ted, also an artist and
fellow Pratt Institute gradu-
ate.
Lewin's career began as an
art director at a New York
greeting card company. Soon
she was writing and illustrat-
ing stories in children's maga-
zines. An editor at Dodd,
Mead & Company asked her
to expand one of these stories
into a picture book, "Cats
Count."
She has since illustrated
more than 50 children's
books, and has received pres-
tigious awards including the
2001 Caldecott Honor and a
Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor
Citation. "Giggle Giggle
Quack" was a New York
Times bestseller, and "Gorilla
Walk," inspired by a trek to
find mountain gorillas in
Uganda, was named a


Smithsonian Notable Book.
Lewin's presentations at
Bob Sikes Elementary began
with students suggesting con-
tent for a series of illustra-
tions.
A question-and-answer
period followed. "Kids ask
me if it's hard to bean illustra-
tor," Lewin said. "I tell them if
it was hard, I wouldn't be
one.
"But sometimes life takes
you all over the place. You
don't always start doing what
you do now," she said. As an
example, she cited children's
author Doreeri Croriin, some
of whose stories Lewin has
illustrated, including "Click,
Clack, Moo: Cows That
Type," was rejected by so
many publishers she decided
to enter law school instead.
The day she enrolled.
Cronin's first book was
accepted.
"When you decide what
you want to do," Lewin
encouraged her young audi-
ence, "just keep at it. Don't get
discouraged. And with prac-
tice, you get better."


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Fish fry

April 27

for Crestview

student

From staff reports
The friends of Logan
Taylor, a Crestview High
School senior who was
severely injured in an Easter
Sunday auto accident, are
sponsoring a benefit fish fry
on Friday from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. at 650 Industrial Drive
in Crestview, directly behind
Crestview Tire.
Tickets are available for $6
at Hair & Company, ReMax
Realty, House of Paints,
Crestview High School and
Hideway Pizza. Purchases of
10 plates or more can- be
delivered.
Logan is currently being
treated at the University of
Alabama-Birmingham's trau-
ma unit. Donations to help
with the family's medical
expenses are being accepted
at a benefit account at
Vanguard Bank North. For
more information, call Laura
at 305-6b43.


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Two years ago, I attended
the 2005 National Scout
Jamboree. While there, I met
a person named Mark
Gaynor, who is from Perth,
Australia. He was at a tent
named K2BSA. This was an
amateur radio station tent,
where people from all over
the world were communi-
cating.
Unfortunately, it was
toward the end of the
Jamboree, so I was unable to
get much information about
amateur radio (better
known as ham radio). He
did give me some materials
to get me started, though.
Until the beginning of
this year, I had put my inter-
est on the back burner. After
all, I had already read the
books, and was ready to
take the exam required to
operate on the radio but I
found it difficult to locate
someone locally to adminis-
ter the exam. Finally, I have
found a local club, known as
NOARC, or North Okaloosa


Amateur Radio. Club, here
in Crestview. The tests are
given around the area fre-
quently -normally every
other month and May is
no exception.
Before I get too far into
detail, let me tell you about
amateur radio, and how you
can benefit, and what it's
about. When somebody
mentions ham radio, the
first thing that comes to
mind is the famous "dit-dit-
dah" of Morse code, but in
actuality, one can talk in just
about every way possible.
Voice transmitting is
common, and you can even
use the Internet as a means
of communicating around
the world. Hams enjoy com-
municating with one anoth-
er, and talking about what
ever they have normally
showing off their latest
equipment. However, hams
are often the only means of
communication after a dis-
aster, and help emergency
management services do


damage assessment, and
relay other critical informa-
tion from one official to the
next. You may not know
this, but at the recent Open
House and Air Show at
Eglin Air Force Base, there
were ham radio operators
standing by, just in case
something were to happen.
Another misconception
(besides the Morse code) is
the antenna. Most people
think you have to purchase
a fancy antenna and make
your neighborhood a giant
lightning rod. If you live in
Crestview, chances are you
won't need to even buy an
antenna, unless you want to
communicate further dis-
tances.
The club has a repeater,
which receives a signal and
repeats it. All you need is a
small handheld radio to talk
to hams all around the area.
If you do need an antenna,
there is another option to
buying one; ask any opera-
tor how to make a home-


made antenna! They can tell
you everything you would
ever need to know maybe
even more than you ever
wanted to.
You may have also seen
some vehicles driving
around town with antennas
everywhere, flipping in the
wind as they drive down
the road, with a license
plate with strange letters
and a number. This is the
call sign of the operator, and
the only way to get. one and
operate on the air is to
obtain a license.
Now for your first step,
the technician license. You
don't need to know Morse
code or anything too con-
fusing. All you need to
know is basic practices of
amateur radio, and proper
operating procedures. You
can be any age to get a
license, and this brings us to
where I was going initially!
Typically, you learn and
study the materials on your
own, or with a mentor's


help, perform practice tests,
and sign up and take the
exam all independently.
But changes are coming!
NOARC is going to have a
training class for teens who
are interested in getting on
the air.
The training will be held
May 5, at the Red Cross
building in Crestview,
which is located between
Award Chevrolet and Hub
City Ford, on State Road 85
South. The class is from
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and
includes lunch (provided),
making it a 7-hour class.
Space is limited; only 15
people will be able to take
the class. I recommend that
if you are interested, you
sign up now, as the class is
filling up fast.


BEAT
with (hayne Sparagowsk


If you are interested, con-
tact Mr. Ron Mahn KI5FR, at
noarcclass@yahoo.com, or
by calling him at (850) 398-
7524, and leaving a mes-
sage. The only thing you
need to bring is paper and a
pencil. If you'decide to take
the class, the licensing exam
will follow on May 12 in
Fort Walton Beach at 8:30
a.m. More specific details
will be provided at the class.
Don't worry about for-
getting anything, because
they will also be providing a
study guide, and a CD to
help you prepare for the
exam. And if you are just
interested in learning more
about NOARC (and it does-
n't matter what age you
are), you can go to the club's
Web site at noarc.net.


No free pass for non-profits at community center


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Crestview won't be giving
any discounts to the many
non-profit organizations that
plan to utilize the community
center.
After much discussion
among the three council
members Council President
Chip Wells, Linda Parker and
Bob Allen who attended
Monday night's meeting, it
was decided that the
trestview Community
Center's fee schedule will
iltaN- as is.
"We discussed this when
the community center first
lame about," said Wells.


"I have sympathy for non-profits. I

worked for non-profits, but we've

always taken those fees out of the

profits we made."
Councilwoman Linda Parker


"Yes, it's a public building.
It's there to be used by the
public. But the city does have
to maintain it to keep it in the
condition it is for years to
come."
To do that and not offset
the city's budget by dipping
into coffers designated for
other necessities, individuals


and organizations must pay
to use the building, he added.
Considering the building's
purpose is to cater to the pub-
lic, Allen said he would pre-
fer that the city cut some cor-
ners in order to drop the
rental fees below $500.
Parker stressed that the
city was fortunate to be able


to build the community cen-
ter at the cost that it did. As
such, she was against raising
residents' property taxes in
order to give the community
free use of the facility.
In addition, the council
shouldn't be put in a position
where it has to weigh the
worthiness of each request
made to waive the fee, she
added. That would be unfair
to the community and the
council.
"I have sympathy for non-'
profits," said Parker. "I
worked for non-profits, but
we've always taken those
fees out of the profits we
made."
Council President Chip


Wells said he was in agree-
ment with Parker.
A member of several non-
profit organizations himself,
Wells said he understood the
requests by many non-profits
for the city to donate usage of
the community center.
However, before the facili-
ty opened it was decided by
the council that 'the build-
ing's rental fees would cover
maintenance, staffing and
utility costs.
Parker suggested that the
city set a standard fee for
everyone, including non-
profits, and that only for very
rare and special requests will
the fees be reconsidered. An
example of what constitutes


that exception wasn't given.
The city of Crestview isn't
alone in its decision. Other
public venues, such as the
Niceville Community Center
and even Crestview High
School, charge rental fees. To
use Niceville's facility, it costs
$175 for the first two hours
and $30 for each additional
hour the same as
Crestview's facility. Schools
within Niceville's city limits
pay $175 for up to an eight-
hour time slot while
Crestview charges just $25
more. Schools outside the city
limits pay $250 for up to an
eight-hour tiine slot to use
Niceville's or Crestview's
community center.


COUNCIL, continued from 1A


DUTY, continued from 1A


he said, the new site will
actually place the chamber
in a more centralized spot
due to Crestview's expand-
ing growth that continues
north toward Baker, Laurel
Hill and along U.S.
Highway 90 East.
"One thing the board of
directors and officers
believe in is any construc-
tion should be toward the
growth," said Harris. "Since
the majority of the construc-
tion we have in this commu-
nity is to the north, you
build toward the north.
"You don't build in a
community where space is
limited, and we're very lim-
ited down there on Main


Street," he added.
Reconstruction of the cur-
rent building would cost
more than construction of a
new building because it
would cost an estimated
$200,000 alone to renovate
the parking lot for an expan-
sion. That doesn't include
the expansion or improve-
ments on the current facility,
which needs a new roof.
The new building is look-
ing to cost around $400,000
to $500,000, said Harris. The
current building will be sold
to capitalize on construction
of the new office.
In addition, the cham-
ber's new location will
hopefully promote the com-


munity center and library.
Some residents still aren't
aware that Crestview has
these two assets or where
they are, said Harris.
"We want to better advo-
cate the community center
and the library. That's our
responsibility as chamber
for our community," he
added.
The first stop for about 99
percent of new businesses is
the chamber, whether they
join or not, said Harris.
When they do, they'll notice
its neighbors, and hence,
spread the word.
"It's a great move for the
community all around," he
added.


.deploy for two reasons.
"It's patriotism and dedi-
cation to our mission," he
said. "As long as they allow
me to go, I'll go."
As a high-ranking NCO
with time in the Middle East,
the senior master sergeant
hopes to make the deploy-
ment a little easier for the few
first-timers coming along.
He also knows the condi-
tions his troops will probably
have to overcome to keep the
MC-130Es flying.
"The heat and the austere
conditions are definitely chal-
lenges," said the senior mas-
ter sergeant, who added that
his troops may sometimes
work wearing body armor


with weapons handy.
Although deployments
have become fairly common,
almost routine, for 919th
SOW airmen, there's no mis-
conceptions about the fact
they're heading to a war zone.
Wing commander Col.
Steve Chapman was among
the people seeing off the
morning flights.
"There's always a concern
about the unimaginable hap-
pening," said Chapman, who
stressed that the airmen are
well-prepared and eager to
perform.
"There's a mission to do,"
he added. "They understand
(that)."
While the men and women


deploying on Tuesday are
prepared for what lies ahead,
the family and friends that
they leave behind have their
own special challenges.
Chapman said the Air Force
recognizes the importance of
maintaining a connection
between the reservists and
their families.
"We maintain communica-
tions constantly," Chapman
said. "We have a great rap-
port with Eglin's family sup-
port services. That's one of
the ways they (members of
the 919th) support their fami-
lies and their families sup-
port them."
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WEDNESDAY
April 25, 2007


LETTER

TO THE EDITOR


Re: Virginia Tech
article
I was recently interviewed by
one of your reporters on the
Virginia Tech tragedy. While
reading the article, I found that I
had been misquoted. I would
like to clarify my position.
First, I would like to say I feel
and grieve for all of those
involved with this great loss, my
prayers are with them. I do feel
the shootings are a representative
of a society in moral decline.
Our youth are under constant
spiritual warfare. They are bom-
barded by media day after day
with violence, sex, and a general
disrespect for humanity itself.
We have groups like the
ACLU trNing to take God and
prayer out of the public eye, all of
which undermine the morals and
ethics that our nation was found-
ed upon. I work with the young
people of this community daily.
It's not our youth that have no
respect for society, but society'
itself.
The Answer: Prayer and
God's Saving Grace.


Brig. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot

Several recent confrontations have
put some of our airmen in harm's way.
These conflicts didn't occur on the
streets of Baghdad or in the skies over
Afghanistan but right in America's
back yard.
Over the past few weeks, protesters
in several U.S. communities have
shown their displeasure over the war
in Iraq and the Defense Department's
"don't ask, don't tell" policy by target-
ing military recruiting stations. While
some protest peacefully, others resort
to setting off smoke bombs, tossing
paint onto buildings, vandalizing vehi-
cles, breaking windows and shouting
profanity at recruiters.
Even more troubling is protesters
picketing and vandalizing recruiters'
homes, placing their families in danger.
Subjecting military recruiters to a
public stoning when citizens are
unhappy with public.policy is like
smacking a dog because his owner put
an ugly sweater on him. It's misdirect-
ed anger at best and criminal at worst.
The dark days of Vietnam, when
many citizens openly vilified and
harassed young service members
returning from Southeast Asia, should
have served as a harsh lesson as to
what happens when Americans turn


their frustrations on fellow country-
men. The physical display of frustra-
tion builds contempt and anger on both
sides.
Recent protests in New York City;
Milwaukee; Syracuse, N.Y.; Winona,
Minn., and other American communi-
ties have subjected our young soldiers,
sailors, airmen and Marines to real
danger. These junior troops are not vil-
lains, not decision-makers and 'certain-
ly not targets. But that's what they're
being made out to be.
Recruiters come from the operational
Air Force. They are security forces,
mechanics and medical technicians.
Many have returned from deployments
in the Middle East as well as humani-
tarian missions in Indonesia and
Africa. Respect for their contributions
and a little "humanitarian" response in
their hometowns seems a small thanks
to request.
We live in a complex world, one
where terrorists ignore compassion,
perspective and humanity. Your Air
Force will continue to deter them and
defend America.
Recruiters are often the only military
members in the communities they
serve. In each of them, you'll find a
patriot who holds integrity, service and
excellence as core values. They are
someone's parent and child, someone


you'd like to have as a neighbor.
When these honorable men and
women volunteered for military serv-
ice, they understood the potential dan-
gers that lay ahead. None expected to
come under fire on the streets of
America.
Recruiters don't hide behind tall
fences or security guards. They can be
found at the mall, in the school cafete-
ria and on neighborhood streets, talking
to parents, teachers and prospective
recruits. They are highly visible mem-
bers in America's communities.
However, this doesn't mean they
should bear the brunt of the public's
dissatisfaction with decisions made by
officials in Washington.
While many Americans may grow
increasingly frustrated with the situa-
tion in the Middle East, support for our
troops is strong. We all take an oath to
protect and defend the Constitution,
which allows the privilege of free
speech. All we ask is that citizens speak
to those with an ability to change poli-
cy, rather than insult or attack those
who defend their rights to speech as
well as their homeland.
It's time to stop the harassment of
recruiters and heed the lessons of a gen-
eration ago. After all, we are all one
team. We are all Americans.


Lisa C. Baxter


Gun bill rejected
Dear Editor,
Recently, the Florida legislature
said "no" to labor unions, trial
lawyers and the NRA's Tallahassee
lobbyist. The House of
Representatives rejected a bill that
would have dramatically trampled
the private property dghts of prop-
erty owners in Flonrida. On behalf
of property owners, the
Constitution and advocates of less
government regulation, we
applaud this bold and courageous
vote.
Unfortunately, the NRA has
reacted to this defeat in the legisla-
ture by attacking Florida business-
es and legislators for doing the
right thing. I have spoken to many
disappointed NRA members who
feel lied to by their association
upon hearing the facts surrounding
this issue. Floridians have realized
that no problem exists in Flonda
today that warrants the dracoruan.
anti-freedom, big government solu-
tion the NRA lobbyists were sell-
ing.
Again, we applaud the legisla-
ture for protecting the status of the
second amendment while simulta-
neously protecting private property
rights. Saving 'no' to special inter-
ests is a sign that the legislative
process is working in Tallahassee
Now let's hope the process works
the same to reduce our property
taxes.

Mark Wilson. Executive 'ice Pres-alent
Florida Cluanrber of Coninerce


What are we really saying when we
state our health care system is broken
and needs reform? Do we explain
what we are really asking for or do we
presume some other being will just fix
it for us? When is the health care con-
sumer going to jump into the fray? We
relentlessly complain about sub-stan-
dard care, long waits, and cost and yet
the system has not responded appropri-
ately to requests. I wonder why?
from www.MerriamWebster.com
Main Entry: Ire-form*
1 a to put or change into an
improved form or condition
Before we remodel our health care
delivery system how about a plan? The
average health care consumer has no
idea how to ask for the care he needs or
wants, whadtshe'really purchased when-
she bought insurance (or chose it from
her employer) and why we continue to
camp out in waiting and emergency
rooms wasting hours of our life-time.
All the while we abdicate our responsi-
bility and ignorantly scream reform!
If we follow Webster's guidance
and seek an improved form or condi-
tion, may we please begin the reform
process with evaluation of quality of
life. Each and every human life form
has a voice, can make choices, and con-
sequently is empowered to craft one's
very own life by defining a set of stan-
dards for one's personal quality bench-
mark.
As we crawl toward enhanced care
for ourselves, let's place quality of life
in our hearts and mindfully navigate
from a place of personal responsibility
to uphold our personal vision of that
quality of life as top priority. With a
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right change which will ultimately cre-
ate an improved form or condition.
b : to amend or improve by change
of form or removal of faults or
abuses
What happens when our quality of
life slides away? We seek expertise,
assistance and care from the doctor in
an attempt to restore our standard of
living as quickly as possible. In
today's climate, however, most of us
know little more than our doctor's
name. We haven't researched his or
her credentials. We haven't created a
relationship with this person called the
doctor, and consequently the doctor
knows little about our priorities and
our personal -tandard of living goals
and expectations.
As we standi'and begin to walk
toward enhanced care for ourselves we
must require the health care system
hold the patient-physician relationship
on its just pedestal. Patients and
physicians need quality time to bond.
Without a mindful sincere relationship,
the process to restore your personally
defined quality of life will take more of
your time and cost more of your dol-
lars. Hmmm, might that feel moder-
ately familiar?
Again following Webster's advice,
remove the faults or abuses. Instead of
rewarding the doctor for churn and
production, give the physician time to
care and know her patients. And, pay
those physicians who practice the art of
medicine, with quality of life as the
sacred goal, handsomely.
2 : to put an end to (an evil) by
enforcing or introducing a better:
method or course of action
What do we do when the system
threatens our quality of life? How do
we navigate situations that do not meet
our quality of life standards? The
threats could be side-effects to medica-
tions, waiting for care, uncaring doctors
or nurses, unclean facilities, rude staff,


confusing insurance coverage, billing
errors, or lost medical records.
When the system threatens our
quality of life and we know we have.
clearly communicated our goals, we
must divert or withhold our health care
dollars. There are many creative ways
to put an end to (an evil) by enforcing
or introducing a better method or
course of action. If we hold our quali-
ty of life at the central point of our per-
sonal health care decisions, then partici-
pating in the care conversation becomes
easy and natural, even if that conversa-
tion is between you and the doctor.
Communication with your doctor
should be easy, open and flowing.
If, for example, your medication
cocktail wasn't carefully planned and
the combination interrupts your quality
of life, then talk to your doctor about it
and make a new plan; possibly take
fewer or different medications. Scour
the planet for the right doctor who
cares and will listen to you. Be certain
his or her staff is professional, compen-
tent and caring.
Stop paying for bad experiences
and poor service. Report all non-clini-
cal issues to your local Better Business
Bureau (BBB) and use the BBB to
research doctor, hospital and insurance
company track records. Report sub-
standard care.to your insurance compa-
ny (tell them not to pay) and your state
board of medical examiners for doctors
and JCAHO for hospitals and facilities.
3 : to induce or cause to abandon evil
ways
Rooted in the consumer's ability to
judiciously and selectively utilize
health care services and continually
communicate about what is most
important to us as patients and patient
advocates, we shall induce or cause the
system to abandon its evil ways.

Laura Casey
Austin, Texas


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ing at Bamhill's in Fort Walton Beach.
For more information, call 678-5678.
MAIN STREET CRESTVIEW
ASSOCIATION holds regular meetings
open to the public. For information, call
689-3722.
The DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE Voter registration assis-
tance is available. For details please
call 682-6909.
The BAKER FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located at 1375 19th
Street in Baker. The public is encour-
aged to attend. If you have any ques-
tions, please call 537-2487
HOLT DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS holds their regular
scheduled meetings 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 located at 490 W.U.S.


90 in Holt. Persons interested in joining
the department are welcome to attend.
The DORCAS FIRE DISTRICT will
hold their regular monthly meeting on
April 26, at 7p.m. Location will be at the
new station, 4418 Poverty Creek Rd.
The public is invited to attend.
The LAUREL HILL VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT holds its regular
monthly meetings on the second Friday
of each month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in the Laurel
Hill City Hall. The public is always wel-
come to attend.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the third Thursday
of each month at the fire station 83,
located at 5241 Highway 4 in Milligan.
Each meeting begins at 7 p.m. The reg-
ular scheduled meetings for April, May
and June have been changed to 7 p.m.
on the third Monday of the month.
The OKALOOSA WALTON
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third Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center, 204 North
Partin Drive at 3 p.m. To confirm the
meeting date and location, call 1-800-
226-8914 ext. 231.
The OKALOOSA BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meets on
the first and third Tuesday of each
month. Each meeting alternates in loca-


tion between the county courthouse in
Crestview, and the water and sewer
building in Fort Walton Beach. Morning
meetings begin at 8:30 a.m.: nighttime
meetings begin at 6 p.m. Be sure to go
online at http://www.co.okaloosa.fl.us
and check for the most recent calendar
of events.
The LAUREL HILL CITY COUN-
CIL meets on the first Thursday of each
month at City Hall on State Road 85N in
Laurel Hill. Each session starts at 7 p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUNTEER
FIRE DISTRICT holds their monthly
business and commissioners meeting
on the second Thursday night of each
month at the fire station.
The NORTH OKALOOSA REPUB-
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at Hideway Pizza in Crestview at 6:30
p.m. For more information, contact
Barney L. Bailey Jr. at 689-3773 or 865-
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The CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL
meets every second and fourth Monday
of each month at Crestview City Hall on
Wilson Street in downtown Crestview.
Each session starts at 6 p.m.
The BLACKMAN FIRE DISTRICT
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the first Monday night of each month at
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Follow the trail to a festival of fun


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Predating
Route 66 and today's ribbons
of Interstate concrete, the
2,743-mile-long Old Spanish
Trail, which originates in St.
Augustine, is one of
America's most historic
motor routes. Begun in 1915
and finished 14 years later at
a cost exceeding $80 million,
it was forged in those glori-
ous early days of the automo-
bile.
If you had hopped in your
flivver and headed west from
the trail's origin in St.
Augustine, about 350 miles
later you'd arrive at a thriv-
ing little railroad town called
Crestview. Today that route,
which roughly follows pres-
ent-day U.S. Highway 90,
hasn't changed much.
Drive part of it on
Saturday for the 1 p.m. kick-
off event of the annual Old
Spanish Trail Festival the
canoe race at Twin Hills Park.
In craft supplied by Action on
Blackwater canoe rental of
Baker, contestants will exhib-
it their paddling prowess
across the park's lake.
According to Junior Cox,
president of the Old Spanish


Trail Society, Crestview
business leaders origi-
nated the OST Festival
in 1956. Held at vari-
ous locations around
the community, its
home for the past 15
years or so has been I
Old Spanish Trail -q
Park on Industrial
Drive at Stillwell
Road.
"We try to get Sa
bigger and have
better entertainment each
year," Cox said. The festival
gates open at 2 p.m. on
Friday, May 4, featuring car-
nival rides by James Gang
Amusements on both days.
Live entertainment begins at
4 p.m. and lasts clear through
until 10 p.m.
Saturday's big opening
event is the parade of floats,
walking units, antique cars
and marching bands. The
parade begins near the
Crestview Post Office at
2 p.m., then heads along
Industrial Drive to OST Park.
Marchers will toss beads,
candy and trinkets to the
crowd.
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not yet quite 20, has already
performed for President
Bush.
Magic will wrap up Friday
night, playing their mixture
of Motown, pop, disco and a
little rock-n-roll. Highway
101, a cutting edge Pacific
Coast country band, perform-
ing Saturday at 7 p.m., has
taken home two CMA Vocal
Group of the Year awards.
Other performers include
Emma Mason, Cheyenne,
and The Kentucky
Headhunters who will con-
clude the festival, taking the
stage at 9 p.m. on Saturday,
May 5. They delight in per-
forming music that's "just a
little left of center of
Nashville."
Leading up to the May 4-5
festival is the popular treas-
ure hunt, which takes place
from May 1-5. "We're fortu-
nate to have a real treasure
for the big prize this year,"
said Cox. Lewis & Company
Jewelers have provided a
$500 shopping spree and
$250 cash for the winner.
Clues for the treasure hunt
will be published in the
Crestview News Bulletin and
the Northwest Florida Daily
News.


The Richbourg Report
Listening to the students of Crestview


Choice Is Choice
SBy Daniel Briody ....

As a student of the
CHOICE Construction class,
I am proud to report on
A behalf of all my fellow class-
a mates that we donated two
chairs to the Odyssey of the
Mind (OotM) class, which
held a silent auction at
Family Night Book Fair to
;]rills available with the most help raise funds for their trip
wanted features: to compete at state. Good
luck to OotM and we were
Instant on, instant off glad to help you out. We are
Easy clean-up a real team here at Richbourg
on and off the field or court.
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By Jennifer Ellis


I know that graduation is
coming up soon, and I can-
not imagine the happiness
and pride that students and
families feel themselves and


for their Crestview High
School. students. We the,
"senior" class at Richbourg
Middle School begin to feel
that way, too, as we look
toward the last few weeks of
school.
We have a lot to look for-
ward to, like getting closer to
being able to drive and go to
high school next year. We
have a class trip planned to
visit CHS on April 19. We
are excited about that and
are glad that our eighth-
grade teachers will be going
with us for the tour.
Many of us are honestly
nervous about leaving
Richbourg. We actually
believe that our teachers here
will miss some of us, too.
They tell us they will and
even want to keep some of
us here. We are not
sure if we believe them on
that one! We will miss our
teachers, too. It has been a
great three years as
Roadrunners.
For the rest of this year
here we are looking forward


to Eighth Grade Day where
we, are rewarded, for our
grades and good discipline.
Mr. Jones and the School
Advisory Committee pro-
vide us with a BBQ lunch
and fun in the sun, while the
rest of the students sweat it
out in class. It does pay to be
good and make the right
choices.
The whole day finishes
with a great night: This year
Richbourg Middle School
Yearbook and Journalism
class is hosting an eighth-
grade formal for the "gradu-
ating" eighth-grade class. It
will be held May 4.
This is the one night
where everyone can get
dressed up and have fun
together. This is the one big
night at Richbourg Middle
School where we will get to
be together as Roadrunners
before we become Bulldogs
at CHS. I hope this idea will
be carried on as a tradition
with the school even as we
get a new school, for we are
sure looking forward to it.


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School's 2006-2007
Academic Team, coached by
fifth grade teacher, Randall
T e a 1
participated in the
Knowledge Masters' Spring
Competition. As a result,
they are ranked first in
the state of Florida and 21st
out of 330 teams nationwide.
According to coach Teal,
"After analyzing the Winter
Competition's results, every-
one on the fifth grade team
became involved. The
teachers began to incorpo-
rate geography more regu-
larly into their daily plans.
This was our weakest cate-
gory. The individual
groups that make up the
team refined their strategy
for answering the questions
which cover a range of aca-
demic knowledge from


World and American
History, Math and Science to
Fine Arts and Current
Events."
The team did a marvelous
job showing patience and
persistence as they put on a
nearly perfect performance,
answering 96 of 100 ques-
tions correctly. Team
Leader, Jarrod Miller, con-
trolled the pacing of the
effort and developed con-
sensus among the team
members in a truly masterful
manner. Keyboardists
Foster Lux and Shelby
Critcher did a great job of
sensing the certainty of the
team's responses and acting
quickly in an attempt to earn
bonus points, or feeling the
uncertainty of the team's
responses, they waited for
the team to discuss and
agree before acting.


"It was something to
behold," says coach Teal.
"As the competition pro-
gressed, the team missed
only three questions out of
the first 35 or so. But, as we
approached question 70 and
still only three down, the
group found it hard to con-
tain themselves. With each
correct response, they
seemed to become even
more determined to find cor-
rect responses. Each indi-
vidual team member seemed
to know something that con-
tributed to this superb
score."
The team has met each
Monday after school
throughout the year.
Congratulations to these
Antioch Aviators for their
outstanding performance
and for navigating beyond
their horizon.


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6A I Crestview News Rulletin


I POLICE BEATr


Lt. Wayne Grandstaff
Crestview Police Department

April is Child Abuse
Awareness Month. This
week I would like to share
some tips about child safety
seats. Florida State Statue
316.613 states that every
operator of a motor vehicle
while transporting a child
on the roadways, streets or
highways of this state, shall,
if a child is 5 years of age or
younger, provide for protec-
tion of the child by properly
using a crash-tested, federal-
ly approved child restraint
device.
For children aged


through 3 years, such
restraint devices must be a
separate carrier or a vehicle
manufacturer's integrated
child seats. For children age
4 through 5 years, a separate
carrier, an integrated child
seat or a seat belt may be
used.
Infants from birth to 1
year of age and who weigh
20 pounds or less needs to
ride in a rear-facing child
safety seat in a semi-reclined
position at approximately 45
degrees. Check the rear-fac-
ing child safety seat weight
limit for heavier babies who
reach 20 pounds before they
are 1 year of age.


A convertible seat that
has a higher rear-facing
weight limit may be needed.
Babies must meet both age
and weight requirements
before riding facing forward.
Never place a rear-facing
infant seat in front of an air
bag system. Position harness
straps at or below the
infant's shoulders. Adjust
the harness straps snugly so
it lays flat on the baby's
chest.
Lock the child's safety
seat with the vehicle safety
belt or engage the latch sys-
tem so the child safety seat
does not move more than 1
inch from side to side.


Toddlers from at least 1
year of age and who weigh
over 20 pounds should ride
in a forward-facing child
safety seat, with a harness
system, in the back seat.
Adjust the harness straps
snugly so they lay flat on
the chest, and the webbing
cannot be pinched.
Use child safety seat har-
ness systems to the weight
limits allowed by the manu-
facturer. Lock the child safe-
ty seat with the vehicle safe-
ty belt or engage the latch
system so the child safety
seat does not move more
than 1 inch side to side or
front to back.
Select either the safety
belt or latch system. Do not
use both systems together.
Never put the child in the
cargo area of a truckor sta-


tion wagon.
Young children 4 to 8
years of age and who weigh
40 pounds and over use a
belt-positioning booster seat
until at least 8 years of age,
unless they are 4 feet 9 inch-
es in height. Use only a lap
and shoulder vehicle safety
belt with a belt-positioning
booster seat. Lap only belts
cannot be used with belt-
positioning booster seats.
They must store their back-
packs on the floor or in the
trunk, and must never wear
them while riding in a vehi-
cle, including a school bus.
Children 4 feet 9 inches
and taller graduate to a
vehicle safety belt when the
child's knees bend at the
vehicle seat edge while their
back and buttocks are flat
against the back of the vehi-


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2007 '


cle seat.
The shoulder belt should
lay flat on the shoulder, not
the face or neck, and cross
the center of the chest. The
lap belt should fit low and
snug on the hips. Never
place the shoulder belt
behind the back or under
the arm;
Children from 9 to 14
years of age must use a
properly adjusted lap and
shoulder belt at all times.
Children 12 years of age and
under should ride in the
back seat of a vehicle to
avoid injuries
In Crestview, the Florida
Highway Patrol offers assis-
tance to individuals in
obtaining a child safety seat.
For more information con-
tact Trooper Ben Glass at
(850) 689-7904.


. 3/20: Kelly G. Ganje, 39,
of 123 Lonnie Jack Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of crack cocaine
and resisting an officer with-
out violence. Christopher
L. Laux, of 5294 Chesfield
Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while
his license was suspended.
3/24: Jhon W. Lozano-
Ruiz, 26, of 5300 South
Ferdon Blvd. #11,
Crestview, was charged with
affray. Armando Garcia
Moreno, 23, of 5300 South
Ferdon Blvd. #11, was
charged with affray.
3/29: Geowane
Valdemar Sabio, 21, of 434
East Walnut Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of marijuana
under 20 grams and traffick-
ing in cocaine. Amanda L.
Lynch, 22, of 4600
Wilkerson Bluff Road, Holt,
was charged with leaving a
child unattended in a motor
vehicle.
3/30: Shawn T. Corley,
25, of 1069 West Hulion
Road, was issued a capias
on the original charge of
battery. Mark William
Burnett, 21, 353 West
James Lee Blvd. Apt 118,
was charged with two
counts of worthless checks.


* Felix Osvaldo Polanco, 28,
of 434 East Walnut Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of marijuana
under 20 grams and traffick-
ing in cocaine. Harold K.
Strickland, 41, of 551 Creola
Street, Holt, was charged
with driving while his license
was suspended and pos-
session of marijuana under
20 grams.
4/1: James Donald
Robertson, 50, at large, was
charged with disorderly con-
duct.
4/5: Jennifer Davis
Parker, 35, of 2068 LG
Russell Road, Baker, was
charged with child neglect
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
4/6: Joshua Ryan
Moore, 25, at large, was
charged with three counts
each of forgery of personal
checks and uttering a forged
instrument.
4/9: Robin Nicole Moore,
28, of 4600 Middlebrooks
Road, Baker, was charged
with inhalation of a chemical
substance.
4/11: Michael Andrew
Gilmore, 19, of 5516 Royal
Street, Crestview, was
charged with possession of
marijuana and possession
of cocaine.


4/12: Donald Alan
Langley, 19, of 1459 Vinson
Ray Road, Baker, was
charged with possession of
marijuana greater than 20
grams. Karen M.
McCauley, 40, of 113
Camelia Place, Crestview,
was charged with a DUI.
4/14: Jerome White, 38,
of 467 South Savage Street,
Crestview, was charged with
trespassing after warning. *
John Richard Aaron
Strange, 19, of 86 Art
Strange Road, DeFuniak
Springs, was issued a
capias on the offense of vio-
lation of probation.
4/15: Joshua 0.
Dempsey, 20, of 6514
Burdict Street, Milton, was
charged with disorderly con-
duct, resisting an officer
without violence and pos-
session of alcohol by a per-
son under 21. Krystal
Spellacy, 30, of 614 Lee
Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with public intoxica-
tion.
4/16: Michael Gilmore,
19, of 5516 Royal Street,
Crestview, was charged with
criminal mischief. Michael
Gilmore, 19, of 5516 Royal
Street, Crestview, was
charged with criminal mis-
chief.


Crestview couple face drug charges


From staff reports

Rov Clyde Cato, 25, of
Crest\-iew has been
charged with possession of
a variety of drugs, result-
ing from an early morning
search of his residence at
6045 Staff Road in March.
The Okaloosa County
Multi-Agency Drug Task
Force seized 61 grams of
NIDMNA, 42 grams of
hydrocodone, 11 grams of
crack cocaine, 10 grams of
powder cocaine, 200
grams of marijuana,
steroids, and several dif-
ferent types of controlled
pharmaceutical drugs
from a safe in Cato's bed-
ioom.
According to arrest
reports, Cato also had sev-


eral firearms, loaded and
ready to fire, placed strate-
gically near the doors of
the residence, along with
several other security
measures, including
aggressive guard dogs and
closed circuit television.
Packaging materials
scales and $17,800 in cur-
rencv was also found
inside the safe. The curren-
cy is believed to be the
proceeds from illegal drug
transactions.
Numerous drug para-
phernalia items were
found throughout the
house, including syringes,
scales, smoking devices, a
cutting agent, large and
small food storage bags,
and jeweler's bags.
During an interview


with investigators, Cato
admitted being a con-
trolled pharmaceutical
drug abuser and to being
involved in the distribu-
tion of drugs.
Cato's 19-year-old wife,
Charla Brewer Cato, was
charged with trafficking in
hydrocodone, in excess of
4 grams.
The couple's infant son
was living inside the resi-
dence and was present
when law enforcement
conducted the raid.
The drug raid was the
result of an investigation
that was initiated in
August 2006 by the
Okaloosa County Multi-
Agency Drug Task Force
after receiving numerous
tips from informants.


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The Cruisers plan was to get
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Gulf Power makes the CHOICE to support Laurel Hill School


Brian Hughes
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LAUREL HILL The state
Department of Education has
recognized Gulf Power for its
outstanding support of edu-
cation as a result of its spon-
sorship of the CHOICE pro-
gram at Laurel Hill School.
CHOICE Community
High Okaloosa Institute for
Career Education has
reshaped career education in
its three years of existence.
"Twenty-three school dis-
tricts have replicated our
model throughout the state,"
said Frank Fuller, the director
of the program.


Two years ago Laurel Hill
School joined the program
with business partner Gulf
Power.
"A lot of our bigger high
schools had CHOICE pro-
grams," said Linda
Winthurst, assistant to
Okaloosa Superintendent of
Schools Alexis Tibbetts, "but it
was hard for students from
the northern end of the coun-
ty to get to them."
At Laurel Hill School, Gulf
Power introduced a welding
and electrical design curricu-
lum, including field trips to
power and meter plants, dis-
tribution centers and opera-
tional offices. Graduates


receive certification in their
chosen field, valid nation-
wide. All nine seniors who
graduated from the program
in 2006, its first year, immedi-
ately found job placements,
some with Gulf Power,
CHELCO or the military. At
present 21 juniors and seniors
study in the program.
"Gulf Power teaches the
same courses [at Laurel Hill]
that they teach to fulltime
employees," said Fuller.
Curriculum includes
preparation for the licensing
examinations needed by
graduates to practice their
new skills professionally. In
addition, said Gulf Power's


district manager Sandy Sims,
students learn how to dress
for job interviews and how to
prepare a resume.
"We fill the void in all-
around workforce prepara-
tion," Sims said.
When selecting where to
place the academy, Gulf
Power was readily attracted
to the north end of the county.
"People in rural areas tend to
have a higher work ethic,"
said Sims, "and they tend to
be loyal to the area" where
they grow up, as well as dedi-
cated to their careers. "These
kids are top notch," she said.
Sims stated her company's
decision to partner, with


Laurel Hill School was "not
about developing Gulf
Power's workforce. It's about
developing our area's work-
force."
At the Florida Department
of Education's recent 20th
annual Commissioner's
Business Recognition Awards
in St. Petersburg, the Laurel
Hill/Gulf Power partnership
received the award for
Outstanding Support of
Education -from DOE
Commissioner Jeanine
Blomberg. Representing
Laurel Hill School was its for-
mer principal, Rodney
Nobles, as well as Tibbetts,
representing the county


school board, and Sims.
"Gulf Power gave these
students a direction that their
life would have never had
without this partnership,"
read a statement from the
Okaloosa School Board.
"Gulf Power's partnership
with Laurel Hill School has
provided training, experience,
field trips, relevant learning,
and employment in high
skill/high wage jobs that
would not have otherwise
been realized- in a small rural
community."
"Everybody is not college
material," said Winthurst.
"There are other ways to
make a living."


Kids on Campus registration


NICEVILLE Enrollment
for the popular "Kids on
Campus" summer enrich-
ment program at Okaloosa-
Walton College begins May
15 at the Niceville Campus
and May 16 at all six OWC
locations.
Now in its twentieth year,
"Kids on Campus" provides
students entering grades
three through eight a unique
opportunity for fun learning
in a college environment.
Participants choose from a
variety of exciting classes in
the areas of athletics, theater,
art, and academics. The pro-
gram will host two sessions
at the Niceville campus; June
11 to 21 and July 9 to 19.
Classes are held Monday


through Thursday. The
course list and registration
forms are available at all area
elementary and middle
schools, OWC campuses and
centers, and on the college
web site www.owc.edu.
Parents are encouraged to
register early in order to
obtain their top choice of
times and classes. Parents
may choose either half-day
sessions, from 9 a.m. to noon
or 12:40 to 3:30 p.m., or full-
day sessions, 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. For an additional fee,
parents may also choose
extended day options that
begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at
5 p.m.
For more information, call
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Honor Roll

Middle School
All A's
Elizabeth Deduca, eighth grade
Daniel Fortune, seventh grade
Jessica Gartman, einath grade
Robert Hand, sixth grade
Ashley McLeod, eighth grade
Andrew Stanley, seventh grade
Colton Vann, seventh grade

A and B:
Garrett Alford, sixth grade
Jordan Carr, sixth grade
Caitlin Clark, sixth grade
John Cunningham, sixth grade
Matthew Cunningham, sixth grade
Dakota Danio, seventh grade
Ashley Goodwin, sixth grade
Maegan Goodwin, seventh grade
Tyler Grezlik, sixth grade
Jeremy Jerkins, seventh grade
Christina Kendrick, sixth grade
Matthew Lewellyn, sixth grade
Michelle McLemore, seventh grade
Dakota Presley, sixth grade
Samantha Purvines, sixth grade
Chelsea Smith, sixth grade
Heath Stewart, sixth grade
Shannon Wilson. eighth grade
Tyler Zessin. seventh grade

High School:
All A's
Alicia Blocker, 12th grade
Colby Bridges, 12th grade
Jacklyn Jerkins, 12th grade
Malissa Kopacz, ninth grade
Tara Mclaney, 12th grade
Brandy McLemore, 12th grade
Mary Vanwinkle, ninth grade

A and B:
Justin Bailey, 10th grade
Clayton Baker, ninth grade
Alexandra Castleberry, ninth grade
Daniel Danio, ninth grade
Mercedes Day, 12th grade
Rianna Flowers, 12th grade
Kayla Goldsmith, 12th grade
Monique Goldsmith, 10th grade
Allicia Griggs, llth grade
Christopher Jaycocks, 11th grade
Thomas Jones, 12th grade
Heather Lundy, 12th grade
Jonathon Majors, ninth grade
Timaria Mckay, 12th grade
Samantha Mitchell, 12th grade
Jessica Okkema, ninth grade
Christopher Simmons, ninth grade
Lindsey Singletary, l1th grade
Tara Spry, 10th grade
Geoffrey Stucki, tenth grade
S Megan Torsegno 11th grade
Nyiece Underwood, 10th grade
BrandyNicole Vanwinkle, tenth grade
Donald Walker, 10th grade
AJ Written. 12th grade


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Dying 101
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every family with aging rela-
tives.
Declutter now. Junk is
more easily conquered when
the whole clan joins in.
Things you no longer need or
use might be welcome heir-
looms in your children's or
grandchildren's homes.
Some stuff may be prime
eBay fodder.
Evan adheres to the "one-
year rule." If he hasn't used it
or worn it within the last
year, out it goes.
Identify everyone in old
family photos, writing their
names on the back. Include
dates to the best of your rec-
ollection. I showed our Uncle
Dave a tintype of a dour
ancestor. "Who's this?" I
asked. "Who would you like
it to be?" he replied.
Make sure your insur-
ance, pension, credit card,
mortgage, car notes, etc.,
paperwork is in order, and
show your children where
you file it.
If you haven't yet
(everyone should), see a
lawyer to make a will to help
prevent family misunder-
standings and squabbles.
Have it witnessed now while
you're of "sound mind and
body" to ,peed up probate.
Discuss your funeral
desires with your family.
Mom once told me she didn't
want a viewing. But she
never told Dad, who had
made all her arrangements -
including a viewing.
Fortunately Dad and I
had a candid chat last sum-
mer, a major achievement for
a family used to avoiding dif-
ficult issues. I learned what
favorite hymns he wanted
sung, and that he wanted a
fireman's funeral rather than
a Masonic service (despite his
pride in being a past master
at his lodge). Rather than
dreary organ dirges, Dad
wanted -- and got favorite
big band and American song-
book standards during the
visitation period.
Open a file now at your
funeral home while you have
time to plan. "So few people
do this," lamented our funer-
al director, Todd Soltesz.
"Most people only come in
when their loved one has just
passed away, and their minds
are going every which way."
If your executors will
have to sell your home, start
needed maintenance or
repairs now. Within the last
10 years, Dad put a new roof
on our house, redid the
plumbing, and rebuilt the
septic system. These repairs
helped us find a buyer within
three weeks of listing the
house.
Know that unhealthy
behaviors and habits can be
licked if you have the
desire to spare your loved
ones the heartbreak of watch-
ing you commit a slow, ago-
nizing suicide. No one is "too
set in my ways" to begin a
healthier lifestyle.
Take these steps now, in
concert with your family, to
make your inevitable passing
a time to celebrate your love
and your life, rather than a
head-on collision with your
disorganization and pen-
chant for pack-ratting.
And when you finally
pass through those pearly
gates, if you bump into Grace
and Ed Hughes, let them
know we miss them, honor
them, and love them and
that we sold Dad's last three
boxes of cigars for $5 at the
estate sale and gave Mom's
Mason jars to a local bee-
keeper.

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50th wedding anniversary.
The couple was married on May 4, 1957 in Savannah, Ga.
They have four children, 11 grandchildren and 7 great-grand-
children.
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Shirley Beck
Chessher
Shirley Beck Chessher, age 70,
of Escambia Farms, Fla., passed
away Fridiy, April 20, 2007. She
was born september 5, 1936, in
Covington County, Ala:, and was a.
lifelong resident of Escambia
Farms and a member of Red; Oak
Baptist Church. Shirley .enjoyed
quilting.
Shirley was preceded in death
by loving parents Ernest ; and
Nancy Beck; one daughter,
Missouri Mae Newton; and one
son, Ernest "Buddy" Newton.
Survivors include one son, Jim
Newton of Escambia Farms; two
daughters, Sue Jane McCombs of
Escambia Farms, and Sherry and
husband Jay Spicer of Wing, Ala.;
six grandchildren, Joseph
McCombs, Jessica Hallford,
Fletcher Spicer, Phillip Spicer,
Melinda Roderus and Christy
Roderus; seven great-grandchil-
dren; two sisters, Janice Cook of
Escambia Farms, and Vivian and
husband Aubrey Lee of DeFuniak
Springs, Fla.;- four brothers,
Reginald and wife Sheila Beck of
Escambia Farms, Quinton and wife
.Linda Beck of Niceville, Fla., Pebo
and wife Christine Beck of
Escambia Farms, and Ronnie and
wife Velma Beck of DeFuniak
Springs. Shirley had numerous
nieces, nephews and a host of rela-
tives and friends,
Funeral services were held
Sunday, April 22 at Red Oak
Baptist Church, with the Rev. Jerry
Hutchinson officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the church cemetery. The
family received friends Saturday at
the funeral home. Brackney
Funeral Service was in charge of
arrangements.

Thelma L.
Gordon
Thelma L. Gordon, age 69, of
Laurel Hill, Fla., passed away
Wednesday, April 18, 2007. She
was born April 23, 1937, in
Okaloosa County and was a life-
long resident. She was a member
of Magnolia Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband,
John G. Gordon, Sr., of Laurel Hill,
Fla.; one daughter, Cheryl (Mont)
,Honaker; two sons, Herschel
(Carol) Hughes and Harold (Kim)
Hughes; five stepchildren, Linda
Lysik, Buddy Gordon, Donna
Prue, Georgette Howell, and
Wanda Gail Taylor; three brothers,
Charles Anderson, Buddy
Anderson, and Ray Anderson; five
sisters, Beatrice Williams, Evelyn
Baker, Jeanette Williams, Gladys
Hilderbrand, and Sheila Parker;
four grandchildren, 11 step-grand-
children, and three step-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
10 a.m. Saturday, April 21 at the
chapel of Brackney Funeral Service
with Brother Wilson and Brother
McVickers officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the Magnolia Cemetery.
The family received friends Friday
From 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral
home. Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of the
arrangements.

Katie Grantham
Katie Grantham, age 75, of
Crestview, Fla., passed away
Saturday, April 21, 2007. She was
born December 18, 1931, in
Crestview, and was a lifelong resi-
dent of the area. She was a Baptist
by faith.
Survivors include three sons,
Ronnie, Donnie, and Mitchell
McLean; two daughters, Cathy
Price and Sallie Bender; one sister,
Ora Lee Reilling; numerous grand-
children and great-grandchildren.
Funeral' services were held
Monday, April 23 in the chapel of
Brackney Funeral Service.
Visitation followed. Brackney
Funeral services, Crestview was in
charge of arrangements.


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M WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2007


NEWS &
NOTES


Team hopes to have a field day


Foxwood Lowball
results
Thursday, April 19
First place, 13 under Eric
Zimmerman, Carol Hower, Melvin
Cox, Meil Thompson, Werth Pittman.
Second place, eight under John
Wacholz, Fred Heiler, Claude Stiles,
Debra Henderson, Ron Magruder.
Third place, eight under David
Smith, Neil Locke, Barry Taylor,
Jimmy Johnson, Jesse Dennis.
Fourth place, six under -
FredSchneider, Paul Coyne, Al
Hanson, Hal Jellison.
Next Thursday Lowball is April 26
at 8 a.m.
Sunday, April 22
First place, 13 under Kee
Anderson, Michael Taylor, Charles
Crumpton, Jon Tromblay. Second
place, 12 under Anthony Perez,
Archie Perez, Jesse Perez, Bo
Belanger. Third place, 12 under -
Ken Blocker, Ron Henderson, Gene
Cox, Eric Pedersen. Fourth place, 11
under Tom Prier, Larry Fordyce,
Ralph Armstrong, Doug Faircloth.
Fifth place, 11 under Brad Gutnik,
Jim Yagow, Frank Carr, Lavaughn
.Dorman.
The next Sunday Lowball is April
29 at 12:30. Call 682-2012 for details.
Spring Scramble
The Fraternal Order of Police,
North Okaloosa Lodge #146, will host
their 12th annual spring scramble on
May 5 at Foxwood Country Club in
Crestview. Show/signup time is from
7 to 8 a.m., and the shotgun start is at
8 a.m. It is a four-person scramble in
Florida Low Ball format, with one A,
one B, one C and one D player per
team.
The entry fee of $50 per person or
$200 per team includes a mulligan, a
door prize ticket, free food, and nonal-
coholic beverages. Additional door
prize tickets and mulligans can be
purchased. Contact Travis Robinson
at 609-2027, Ralph Garrett at 689-
5658, or Foxwood Country Club at
682-2012. You may also contract
North Okaloosa Lodge #146, P.O. Box
476, Crestview, FL 32536.,
.Golf benefit
A golf tournament for Sgt. Bruce
Bankston will be sponsored by the
City of Fort Walton Beach on.
Saturday, May 12 at 1 p.m. at the Fort
Walton Beach Municipal Golf Club.
Sgt. Bankston, a 27-year veteran of
the city's police department, has been
diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Funds will be used to assist him and
his family with the numerous financial
obligations they now face.
The registration fee of $40 covers
golf, cart, drinks on the course and
refreshments after play. Please make
checks payable to Bruce Bankston
Benefit and mail to Carole Jones, City
of Fort Walton Beach, P.O. Box 4007,
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549. Contact
Carole'at 833-9504 or Ginger at 833-
9527, Ext. 0 for more information.

Emerald Coast
Bikefest
The 7th annual Emerald Coast
Bikefest will be held at the Emerald
Coast Dragway in Holt on April 27-29.
The three-day bikefest will feature
dragbikes, bracket racing, live bands,
vendors, swap meet, bike show, food,
beverages and lots more. All bikes are
welcome.
Tickets will be available at the
gate. Primitive on site camping also
available. Weekend passes are $25,
$10 for Sunday only and four wheeled
vehicle entry into campground is $15
(no camping charge for bikes).
Please call (850) 537-8086,e-mail
info @ emeraldcoastbikefest.com,
or visit the Web site at www.emerald-
coastbikefest.com for more info.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
AVF Ringers
Men, women and children inter-
ested in the weekly pitching programs
of the A.V.F. Ringer horseshoe group
are encouraged to contact Art
Felgenhauer at 682-8230. Official
playing and scoring rules prevail for all
programs.
Kids for a Cure
The Cheer Zone is hosting an
obstacle course race to benefit St.
Jude's Children's Hospital Saturday,
May 12 at 10 a.m.
Children ages 5 through 14 will
compete at the event. There Is a $20
minimum donation to compete. All
competitors will get a participation
certificate.
Each division winner will win a gift
basket, and the person who raises the
most funds over $500 will win a tram-
poline grand prize,
Donors get a St. Jude T-shirt for
$35 or more, and a St. Jude T-shirt
and duffel bag for $75 or more.
Call 689-0707 for details or visit
the Cheer Zone at 482 N. Wilson
Street in Crestview to pick up a spon-
sor form.


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A quartet of Bulldogs will
head to Tallahassee on
Thursday to represent
Crestview in the Class 3A
region track and field meet at
Chiles.
Senior sprinter Tysean
Thrash will run the 200 meters
and junior discus thrower Matt
Sanders will compete for the
boys.
Ashley Archie, a senior hur-
dler, will run both the 100 hur-
dles and the 300 hurdles for the
Crestview girls. Freshman
Lauren Day will be competing
in the 3200.
The top four in each event at
the district meet advanced to
the region meet.
Thrash was worried about
his time, afterwards was instead
he focused on where he finished
in the race.
"I finished fourth in the dis-
trict," he said. "I don't know my
time (23.34).
"I didn't run the race to win
- I just ran the race to qualify.-
When I go down to region; I'm
going to try hard to win this
time. I just wanted to qualify for
regionals."
Thrash is a repeat performer
at the region. He hopes to take
the lessons he learned as a jun-
ior to help him compete with


McKinney
Syndicated
Columnist

T h e
University of
Alabama held its spring football
game last Saturday, and a
NCAA-record 92,138 fans
showed up.
The Nick Saban era is official-
ly under way.
Am I surprised so many fans
made their way to Bryant-
Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa
for what was basically a spring
practice? No, not at all.
Do I think that the expecta-
tion level of Crimson Tide fans
may be a little unreasonable?
You bet.
Before any Alabama fans
start throwing their hound's-
tooth darts at me, let me say that
there is not a more passionate
and more devoted college foot-
ball fan in the country than those
of the Tide. Winning national
championships will have that
effect.
For years Alabama was the
bell cow not only of the
Southeastern Conference, but
also of the nation. When leg-
endary coach Paul W. "Bear"
Bryant took his teams into battle
there was no doubt that the
Crimson Tide army was coming
for one thing victory.
Alabama fans became accus-


the best runners from the north
ern part of the state. Perhaps the
most important lesson he
learned last year was the effort
he'll need to have a successful
meet.
"I just have to work harder if
I'm going to make it to state," he
said. "There are going to be
some fast people over there."
Surprisingly, being the last
Bulldog sprinter standing
makes it easier for Thrash to get
his workouts done.
"I work harder now," he
said, with a sheepish grin. "I
don't have anyone to play
around with now."
Last week's District 2-3A
meet was held at Tommy Oliver
Stadium in Panama City, and
the track was wet.
Thrash expects a better sur-
face at Chiles, and better times
as well.
"Since I've been running
track, that's (Chiles' track) the
best track I've run on," Thrash
said.
Archie looks forward to run-
ning on the Chiles track as well.
"I'm very excited," she said.
"It's a nice rubber track and it's
very comfortable.
"You just feel like you're fly-
ing on it,"Archie said.
Archie loves the challenge of
the hurdles.
"It's always hard running a
race, but when you put hurdles


tomed to winning, and winning
big.
Then came the dry years.
Alabama football suffered*'
through some tough times with
coaches Mike DuBose and Mike
Shula. There was a scandal
involving a coach who wound
up never coaching a down at the
school. And, the NCAA sanc-
tioned the program for recruit-
ing violations involving a promi-
nent school booster from
Memphis that was juicy enough
to make the grocery store
tabloids, much less the sports
pages.
So, when Saban was lured
away from the Miami Dolphins
of the NFL, one could hardly
blame Alabama fans for feeling
downright giddy. Last Saturday,
however, may have been over
the top.
According to state media out-
lets, another 10,0000-plus fans
were turned away at the gates
by the fire marshal. Crimson
Tide administrators expected
around 60,000 fans to show up.
Reports are that more than
125,000 fans actually were in
town to christen Saban as the
new savior.
Alabama fans thirst for the
glory days of yesterday.
Football is a religion in the
state and Tuscaloosa is the
chapel. Some think that
Saturday, especially those glori-
ous fall Saturdays, are the holy


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Senior sprinters Ashley Archie and Tysean Thrash practice coming out of their stance during
Monday's practice. Archie and Thrash will compete at the Class 3A region track and field meet
Thursday along with Matt Sanders and Lauren Day.


in your way and you have to
jump over them, it makes it that
much more challenging," she
said. "The 100 hurdles are more
of getting your technique down.
"In the 300, it's more of a race
and you have to have good
endurance."
Crestview coach Ernie
Martin said Sanders has a
chance to do well in Tallahassee,
but he'll need to improve on his
136-foot toss at district.
"He's got some 150s (150 foot


throws) in him and he's going to
have to pull one out," Martin
said.
Sanders likes his chances in
the region meet.
"I'm really excited," Sander
said. "I think I have a good
chance going against these
guys.
"The guys for Chiles are sup-
posed to be the best in the
region. I competed with them
when I went to district, so I feel
pretty good about it," she said.


Martin hopes to see his ath-
letes do well Thursday, but he
knows just by advancing to
region they've already had spe-
cial seasons.
"For anybody to break out
and make it out of our district is
a highlight event," Martin said.
"With the nine schools we have
in our district, the district track
meet is a phenomenal meet.
"To be in the top four out of
those nine schools is a feat in
itself."


City of

Crestview

baseball

standings


CP Division
Team
Orioles
Royals
Red Sox
Cubs
A's
Cardinals
Pirates
Braves

10U Division
Team
Royals
Pirates
A's
Dodgers
Orioles
Reds
Braves
Cubs
Marlins

12U Division
Team
Royals
Pirates
Braves
Cardinals


JRMAJ Division
Team
Marlins
Tigers
Braves
Orioles
Red Sox

CPG Division
Team
Braves
Marlins
Cubs
Reds

JRSB Division
Team
Reds
Diamondbacks
Red Sox
Braves


day, but that is not true. With
Tide fans, every day is holy day
when it comes to their beloved
boys in Crimson.
Alabama football is the topic
around the water cooler 365
days a year. Even on the darkest
and dreariest of January days
when the skies are gray and the
temperatures are hovering near
freezing, everyone wants to talk
Alabama football in the state.
Saban knew what he was get-
ting into when he took the job,
surely. After all, he had been the
head coach at football crazy
LSU. But, with all due respect to
the Tiger program and their fans,
coaching at LSU is not quite the
same as it is at Alabama.
Are the expectations for
Saban at Alabama too much?
Maybe. Is the pressure too
much? Possibly. That's two of
the reasons he is being paid
handsomely, though.
Four million dollars a year
can make one feel a lot better
when times get tough.
It will take time for Saban to
rebuild the Alabama program,
just like it did at LSU. Saban's
Tigers lost their homecoming
game in his first year to UAB, for
goodness sake. If the Crimson
Tide were to lose to UAB now
the entire state of Alabama
would go into a lockdown.
Saban was hated so much in
his first year in Baton Rouge
thatTiger fans renamed him

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Nick Satan. But, his demeanor
never changed. He stayed true
to his philosophy. He will have
to do the same at Alabama if the
Crimson Tide program is to be
resurrected.
Before saying this, I realize
that it may be impossible, but it
must be said. Alabama fans
must be patient with Saban and
his rebuilding process.
There, I said it. Alabama fans
say that they can be patient, but
no one has ever used the term
when defining a Tide fan before.
Alabama will have a very
good football team this season.
They were going to have a good
team if Mike Shula had been
retained as the head coach. The
Tide has a solid base of returning
players and the schedule really
falls in their favor.
Perhaps the worst thing that
can happen for Saban is for the
Tide to win ten or more games
this season.
Expectations will then go off
the Richter scale.
But, then again, this is
Alabama football and anything
less than perfection is, well, just
not accepted.

Scott McKinney is the host of
Southern Sports Tonight, a syndi-
cated radio show heard across the
South each Monday through
Friday. He can be reached at
scott@southernsportstonight.com.


Fax information about local sports events to the
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From staff reports


APRIL

TEACH CHILDREN TO
SAVE DAY: The Okaloosa
$aves Coalition announced its
support of national Teach
Children to Save Day.
Since 2004, Okaloosa Saves
has supported the project with
a special savings incentive pro-
gram. One of them consists of
awarding $100 savings bonds
randomly to children partici-
pating in savings programs.
Eighteen have been awarded,
and 539 youth have deposited
$46,279.19 into savings
accounts at local financial
institutions.
The group encourages all
youths to set a savings goal
and make a deposit into a new
or existing savings account.
After that, they are eligible to
enter the Savings Bond draw-
ing for six $100 bonds to be
given away in August.
Financial institutions partici-
pating in the program include
Beach Community Bank, Eglin
Federal Credit Union, First
City Bank, and First National
Bank of Crestview. For more
information, visit
http://okaloosasaves.org, or
call 689-5850, or 729-1400, ext.
5850.
LHS REUNION, CAR
SHOW: The Laurel Hill School
Class of 1957 is having their
50th reunion on May 5 at 6
p.m. in the Laurel Hill School
Cafeteria. For information call
Sue Nixon at 537-8533 or
Mavis Vickers at 682-3956.
Car Show Laurel Hill
resident and country singer
Jim Hubbard, and Samantha
Purvine, fiddler and Laurel
Hill student, will be featured at
a 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. car show in
the school gym. The $10
admission fee will be donated
to the school. The event also.
includes karaoke singers, food
and door prizes, and the
chance to socialize with old
friends. It is open to the public.
For details call Frankie
Johnson at 850-758-1639 or
Charles Carroll at 850-546-
1385.
JAZZ PERFORMANCE:
Jazz enthusiasts mark your cal-
endars! Saturday, April 28th
will provide an afternoon, of
live entertainment at the new
Central Park in Uptown
Station. Playground Music
Center has invited jazz bands
from Rocky Bayou Christian,
Ruckel, Niceville, Crestview,
Choctaw, Pryor and Meigs
middle and high schools to
provide an enjoyable perform-
ance. Many of these students
have chosen to explore their
passion for jazz through elec-
tives taught within their
school. Each band will take
the stage for a full 45 minutes,
with the first showcase to
begin at 11 a.m. and continuing
until 5 p.m.
FREE PROSTATE
SCREENING: Crestview
Gateway Medical Clinic and
North Okaloosa Medical
Center will provide free
prostate screenings today and
April 28 from 8 a.m. to noon at
the Gateway Medical Clinic,
127 E. Redstone Ave. Suite C.
Dr. Thomas Zachos, a lead-
ing urologist in Okaloosa and
Walton counties, will perform
the free exam and be available
for consultations.
No appointment necessary.
For more information, call 682-
6333.
CULTURAL FESTIVAL:
The city of Fort Walton Beach
Heritage Park & Cultural
Center will join the Sixth
Annual Musical Echoes Native
American Flute Gathering &
Cultural Festival in celebrating
our rich local and national
Native American heritage.
Admission to Heritage Park's
three museums will be reduced
to $3 per visitor on Friday,
April 27 and Saturday, April
28.
CONCERNED CITIZEN
GROUP BANQUET: The
Concerned Citizens Group
Annual Banquet will be held
on April 28 at 6 p.m. at the
Carver-Hill Center in
Crestview.
Tickets are available for a


$10 donation, and all proceeds
will be used to purchase school
supplies for children.


PANCAKE BREAKFAST
BENEFIT: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Knights of
Columbus will hold a pancake
breakfast for Rob Maas, a
Crestview resident who has
been diagnosed with cancer
and needs help with his med-
ical bills.
The breakfast will be on
April 29 from 8 to 11 a.m. at
The Knights of Columbus Hall
in Crestview. Cost of the
breakfast will be $5 for adults,
$3 for children from 5 to 12 and
$15 for families with five or
more members.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood
Center will be hosting the fol-
lowing blood drives in the
Crestview area:
Wednesday, April 25 Eglin
Freeman Lab 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
/ Thursday, April 26 -
Walton Correctional 8 to 11
a.m. and Chautauqua Health
and Wellness Center, DeFuniak
Springs 1 to 5 p.m. / Friday,
April 27 Center Promo at the
Racetrack Road Center 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. / Sunday, April 29 -
St. Peter Catholic Church Mary
Esther 8.30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
RIDE FOR THE CHIL-
DREN: Members of the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club will
be conducting a Ride for the
Children on Sunday.
Festivities will begin at 8 a.m.
with a nominally priced pan-
cake breakfast, and "kick stand
up" will be at 10:30 a.m.
A $10 donation will be
accepted for each bike; passen-
gers will be asked to donate $5.
All proceeds will go toward
the club's care for physically
challenged and burn patients.
For more information, con-
tact Joe Earnhardt at 689-1817
or Bob Boutwell at 682-5087.
OLD SPANISH TRAIL
FESTIVAL BEAUTY
PAGEANT: The annual Old
Spanish Trail Festival Beauty
Pageant will be held today at
Crestview High School. The
event is sponsored by the CHS
Cheerleaders.
SATURDAY IN THE
PARK: How about a fun
Saturday in the Park? On
Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., .the Heritage
Museum of Northwest Florida
is hosting the 31st Annual
Saturday in the Park, an old-
fashioned festival to benefit
the museum's efforts to save
local history.
The festival admission is
free and will feature more than
100 artists, artisans and crafts-
people, music, dancers, pony
rides and children's amuse-
ments, storytellers, Medieval
and Civil War demonstrations,
old-fashioned horse and car-
riage rides along the bayou,
antique cars, the Valparaiso
Garden Club show and sale,
food vendors and more!
The festival is at the
Heritage Museum and Perrine
Park in historic Old
Valparaiso. Call 678=2615 for
more information.
FREE ONLINE
RESOURCES FOR NATION-
AL POETRY MONTH: April is
National Poetry Month and
Thomson Gale is offering
library patrons free access to
three online resources:
LitFinder, Poetry for Students,
and The Shakespeare
Collection.
Go by the library to pick up
a copy of the URLs to access
these incredible online
resources for the month of
April. To receive the URLs by
e-mail, send a request to the
reference desk at
sdreaden@okaloosa.lib.fl.us.
with "poetry trial" for the sub-
ject line.
TEDDY BEAR CLINIC:
Twin Cities Hospital will hold
its 15th annual Teddy Bear
Clinic Saturday, April 28, from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This annual
health fair focuses on children
and provides a fun and educa-
tional way for those up to the
age of 12 to familiarize them-
selves and become comfortable
with the hospital and various
local doctors. Be sure to stick
around for a special guest
appearance by Nickelodeon
stars the Fairly Oddparents
from 10 a.m. to noon! The
Ranger Camp Snake Display
will be in attendance, as well
as Nonie's Ark and Poncho the
Chihuahua.


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RED AND WHITE
DINNER: The American Red
Cross of Northwest Florida
will be holding its inaugural
Red and White Dinner at the
Air Force Armament Museum
on May 5 at 6 p.m. This event
will feature a cocktail hour,
silent auction and sumptuous
dinner followed by keynote


SHOW: Are you ready to be
wowed by some of the area's
most talented youth? It's time
again for the city of Fort
Walton Beach Parks and
Recreation Department's
Showtime talent show. The
show will be held on Friday,
April 27, at 7 p.m. at the
Municipal Auditorium located
next to City Hall.
This performing -arts pro-
gram provides a wonderful
opportunity for area students
to showcase their talents to a
live audience.
Ticket costs are $5 for adults
and $1 for children 12 and
younger.
RED CROSS CLASSES: the
following classes will be
offered in Okaloosa County:
Babysitters' Training -
Saturday Standard
First Aid with CPR (adult,
infant, child) April 28 *
CPR/AED Professional
Rescuer April 28 P e t
First Aid April 28
IMPROVE COMEDY: April
is comedy smackdown month
at Make A Scene Studios.
April 27 and 28 will bring Fort
Walton Beach High School's
own comedy troupe. Check
Permanently Cracked's hotline
for current updates at 314-
1706 or 244-7100.
Permanently Cracked per-
forms every Friday and
Saturday night at 8 p.m. at
Make A Scene Studios. Doors
open at 7 p.m. for refreshments
prior to the show.
Make A Scene Studios is
located in downtown Fort
Walton Beach. For more infor-
mation, call 244-7100.
CUPPY'S FUND-RAISER
FOR BOWMAN: Crestview's
Cuppy's coffee store will be
selling $25 gift cards through
Sunday to raise money toward
the McKenzie Bowman Fund.
A Crestview High School
senior, Bowman has been diag-
nosed with premature myel-
ogenous leukemia and is
undergoing therapy for a
recent bone marrow transplant
in Birmingham, Ala.
Cuppy's will donate $4
from each card sale to
Bowman. The corporate store
will also be donating $150 to
the fund to match the tips that
the Crestview store employees
donated back in February.
WOMEN'S SELF
DEFENSE CLINIC: The
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office is offering a free
women's self defense clinic on
Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. at
Gordon Martial Arts in
Crestview.
For more information or for
upcoming classes visit
www.sheriff-okaloosa.org or
call 682-0720.
FIRST ANNUAL CAR-
PENTER'S BALL: Okaloosa
County Habitat for Humanity
will be hosting their first annu-
al Carpenter's Ball, a black-tie
fund-raising event. Guests will
enjoy an evening of dinner,
live music, dancing and a
silent auction. The gala will be
held at the Emerald Coast
Convention Center on
Thursday, April 26. Two spon-
sor levels are available; a
Foundation Sponsor will pro-
vide dinner for 10 guests and
individual tickets are available
for $100.
Funding received from the
Carpenter's Ball will provide
future homes for families in
Okaloosa County. For more
information on attending the
first annual Carpenter's Ball,
contact Habitat for Humanity
at 315-0025.

MAY

IMPROVE COMEDY: SPF7
will be on stage at the Meeting
Hall Theatre from May 2 12
(except May 4) at 7:30 p.m.
The tickets are $15 or $12 for
members. For tickets please
call 850-231-0733 or visit
www.seasiderep.org.
REMEMBRANCE CELE-
BRATION: Covenant Hospice
invites bereaved hospice fami-
lies as well as those in the com-
munity who've endured the
loss of a loved one to attend a
special Remembrance
Celebration at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, May 6. The event will
be held at Victorious Life
Worship Center, 5973


able from any club member or
by calling 683-9117.


ONGOING

ASMC SCHOLARSHIP:
The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
American Society of Military
Comptrollers 2007 Scholarship
Program has begun.
Scholarships are limited to stu-


speaker Brigadier General
David Eidsuane, Air
Armament Center Commander
for Eglin Air Force Base.
Tickets can be purchased for
$55 per person or $100 per cou-
ple. Purchase tickets through
customer service at 800-773-
7620.
POPS CONCERT: "Picnic
with Pops," a free concert fea-
turing the Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra of
Okaloosa-Walton College, will
be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, May
27, Memorial Day weekend, at
the Mullet Festival grounds, in
Niceville. The concert is geared
for the whole family and will
feature a collection of musical
favorites including tunes from
Broadway plays, old time
patriotic Americana favorites,
marches by Souza and more.
During intermission local
Bluegrass favorites The Sandy
Bottom String Band featuring
2004 fiddle champion Matt
Miller will entertain.
THE ARISTOCATS!: Mark
your calendars now so that
you won't miss The Florida
Chautauqua Theatre's spring
production of Disney's The
AristoCats! on May 4 and 5 at
7 p.m. and May 6 at 2:30 p.m.
Thirty-four young performers
will take the stage in DeFuniak
Springs, ready to sing, dance
and strut their stuff.
Ticket prices are $12 for
adults and $10 for
children/students 22 years
and younger. The theatre is
located in downtown
DeFuniak Springs. Call 892-
9494 for more information.
BILLY BOWLEGS POKER
RUN: Sponsors are needed for
the ABWA Billy Bowlegs Boat
Poker Run on May 19. With
the generous support of the
community through sponsor-
ship of this event, ABWA has
been able to awaid thousands
of dollars in scholarships to
local high school and college
students over the past years. If
you would like more informa-
tion about being a sponsor or
donating food, please call
Jeanne Rief at 685-8027.
If you would like to register.
for this year's event, please
* call Shareen Ketchem at 863-
9082. You may visit the Web
site at www.abwa-ec.org for a
registration form. Mail your
check soon as the first 100
boats to sign up get a free T-
shirt. Pick up your Captain's
Packet on Friday, May 18,
between 11a.m. and 6 p.m. at
the Shalimar Yacht Basin
showroom.
FRIENDS OF SHELTER
HOUSE LUNCHEON: Sunset
Charlie's at Surfside Resort in
Miramar Beach will be the
location of the annual "Friends
of Shelter House Luncheon" to
be held Thursday, May 3, from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The public
is invited and encouraged to
attend this gathering of sup-
porters who wish to end the
cycle of domestic violence in
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
Survivor stories, musical
entertainment and a gift basket
raffle will take place. Sunset
Charlie's is located at 1096
Scenic Gulf Drive, Miramar
Beach, 837-9834. Tickets are
$20 in advance by calling Shea
at 243-1201. After April 27,
tickets will be $25 and avail-
able at the door on the day of
the event. For additional infor-
mation, please log on to our
web site, www.shelterhousen-
wfl.org.
SPANISH TRAIL
PARADE: The 51st Old
Spanish Trail Festival Parade
will be held May 5 at 2 p.m.
The parade will proceed south
down Industrial Drive. For
more information or an appli-
cation, please call 305-8153 or
682-0031. All schools, church-
es and walking units have free
entry. For all others there is a
$25 entry fee. Deadline for
entry is May 2.
FASHION SHOW: The
race is on now to attend the
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview's annual fashion
show to take place on
Saturday, May 5, from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church.
Fashions will be shown this
year exclusively from
Crestview retailers. The best
derby hats win prizes!
Tickets are $20 and avail-


dents in academic disciplines
relating to financial manage-
ment and computer sciences
who are seeking an undergrad-
uate degree and have at least 2
years of college, or will have 60
hours completed by the end of
their spring 2007 semester.
Scholarship application pack-
ages can be downloaded from
the ASMC Web page at
www.gulfcoastasmc.org / edu-
cation.htm
Deadline for submitting
applications is May 7.
If you have any questions,
please contact Mr. John
Dininger at
john.dininger@eglin.af.mil or
Ms. Verna McBride at 882-
5346, or
verna.mcbride@eglin.af.mil
REPUBLICAN WOMEN
OF OKALOOSA SCHOLAR-
SHIP: A $1,000 scholarship
has been established by the
Republican Women of
Okaloosa, Federated, through
the Okaloosa Walton College
Foundation to assist a female
high school graduate to attend
OWC in the 2007/08 academic
year.
To be eligible a candidate
must meet the following
requirements: Be admitted to
Okaloosa-Walton College;
Have a history of volunteer
community service and / or
political involvement; Have
maintained a minimum 3.0
grade point average in high
school; Be a registered
Republican.
Application forms for this
scholarship are available at
www.rwof.org or by contact-
ing Carla Reinlie at 729-5357.
For more information, please.
contact Cindy Frakes at 651-
9335 or cfrakes@gnt.net.
The deadline is July 15.
TALL PINES OPEN
ENROLLMENT: The open
enrollment for Tall Pines
Christian Academy school for
the 2007-2008 school term has
now started. Applications may
be picked up at the school
office. Numerous scholarships
and tuition assistance pro-
grams are available.
For more information, stop
by the school office or contact
the registrar at 682-2730 ext. 4,
or the principal at ext. 6.
SENIORS VS. CRIME: The
primary goal of this program is
to reduce the victimization of.
senior citizens who are often
targeted for specific crimes
based on their age. We know
there are dishonest people out
there who would like nothing
more than to separate you
from your money. If you feel
someone has taken advantage
of you, or you feel someone
has cheated you out of money
or not delivered what they
promised, there is something
you can do. Gather, all your
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to our office so we can review
your case.
Please call the Seniors vs.
Crime location at the Senior
Center and make an appoint-
ment and let us help you today.
For help contact, 850-939-4000.
FIRST TUESDAY LEC-
TURES: The lectures begin at
10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Crestview Public Library
on the first Tuesday of each
month. Each month there will
be a different presentation on
many interesting topics.
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive though the
popular and ongoing Heritage
Craft Series. Call 678-2615 to
pre-register or for more infor-
mation. Pre-registration is
required for all classes.
CHILDCARE ASSIS-
TANCE: Financial assistance
for childcare is now available
through the Early. Learning
Coalition of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties for eligible
low-income families who need
help paying for child care. Call
Child Care Services at 833-9330
or 833-9333 for information,
income eligibility and appoint-
ments.
HERITAGE MUSEUM
VOLUNTEERS: Use your tal-
ent, skills and creativity to
benefit the community and
help preserve local history.
Volunteer at the Heritage
Museum of Northwest Florida.
Training is available in all
areas of museum operations
including: exhibit tours, meet
and greet, special events and
archives.
For more information on the
volunteer opportunities, con-
tact Carol Visalpatara at 678-
2615 or at
cvisalpatara@co.okaloosa.fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloosa
YMCA. If you have a service to
offer, time to volunteer, or
would like additional informa-
tion, please contact Volunteer
Coordinator Susan Goff at 682-
8635.
HOSPICIE OF THE EMER-
ALD COAST: Adult and teen
volunteers are needed.
Volunteers serve in different
ways to assist both the patient
and the entire famrilh. If you are
interested, but fear you. might
be. uncomfortable working
directly with patients, let's
explore other areas of volun-
teerism such as clerical,
fundraising, bereavement
and public relations opportu-
nities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at
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Fill-Ups Foods is sponsoring a BBQ rib dinner at the American Cancer
Society Crestview Relay for Life Friday, April 27 2007 at the Old Spanish
Trail Park from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 each and include the best ribs
ever, two sides, a roll, beverage and dessert. Tickets can be purchased at
any Fill-Ups food stores or at the corporate office on U.S. Highway 90.
There will also be a small amount of tickets available at the event. There
will be a dining tent on site and to-go orders will also be available. All pro-
ceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.

Snow Cones
Southside Elementary School will be selling snow cones at the Relay for
Life to raise money on April 27 and 28 at Old Spanish Trail Park. Come sup-
port the "Justice League," who will be selling special Super Heroes flavors of
snow cones. Snow cones donated by Rainbow Snow Cones.

Your Relay Announcement Here
The Bulletin will run your Relay fundraiser announcement
free of charge. The deadline is Friday at 4 p.m. for the
Wed. issue. Please contact Renee Bell at the Bulletin at
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SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT
WOMEN: If you are pregnant
and concerned about alcohol
and drugs, free and confiden-
tial help is available. All preg-
nant women are eligible for
priority substance abuse treat-
ment services.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
Council. For more information,
call 689-4024 in Crestview.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations
Active in Disasters needs vol-
unteers to work in the
Emergency Operations Center
assisting county personnel in
the event of any natural or
manmade disaster affecting
Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public
Safety will open the EOC,
located at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse in Shalimar when
a disaster occurs. There will be
a need for data entry volun-
teers.
For more information,
please contact Yvonne Earle at
863-1530, extension 230.
BAKE, BLOCK MUSEUM:
If you are looking for local his-
tory, artifacts, photos, and a
good selection of area newspa-
pers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and
the third Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m., with special tours
available upon request. For
more information, call the
museum at 537-5714, Jeanette
Henderson at 537-4401, or e-
mail bakermuseum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are
needed to drive the DAV van,
which takes veterans to their
appointments at the VA
Outpatient Clinic in Pensacola.
You would only drive two days
per month. For further infor-
mation, contact the local
Veterans Service Office at 601-
A North Pearl Street, or call
689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs
more than $100 a day to shelter
a victim of domestic violence.
For more information on how
you can help, call 683-0845.
SPANISH CLASSES:
Spanish classes for children
ages 3-10 are held at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview on Mondays from
5 to 5:45 p.m. Beginner adult
classes are held Tuesdays from
5 to 6 p.m. at Tall Pines
Academy. Please call 682-0886
to register now, and visit the
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choir concert

slated for

April 28
The Okaloosa-Walton
College Soundsations Show
Choir will perform their
newest show "Music in Me"
on the main stage of the
Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center at
OWC's Niceville campus on
Saturday, April 28, at
07:30 p.m. The Broadway
revue style show features
melodies of the future and
favorites of the past.
The Soundsations are all
scholarship students of
OWC's Humanities, Fine
and Performing Arts
Division. The show choir
features both vocalists and
musicians and is accompa-
nied by the OWC Dance
Line. As a special encore,
former OWC Soundsations
members will join current
members to perform a song
for the audience. Proceeds
from the show benefit the
fine arts division. This sum-
mer the group will travel
and perform in France as
part of the sister city pro-
gram. Crestview members
include Whitney Carite, Jake
Colvin, Raymond Holland,
Jessica Rivers-Borella and
Justin Townley.
Tickets are on sale now
for $15 for adults and $10 for
youth, 18 and under. Call the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box
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BALL


Derrick Bernard Thomas,
B/m 09-14-1966 40 years
old, 6'04" 190 pounds Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: FTA -
Failure to Register as a
Sexual Offender & Resiting
Arrest Without Violence.
LKA: Chipley


William Andrew Pugliesi,
W/m 10-07-1965 age 40,
6'02" 180 pounds Blonde
Hair Brown Eyes. el:
Aggravated Battery & False
Imprisonment. May be using
aliases of Andy Rhose or
William Rhose. LKA: FWB


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


Autumn Heather Smith, W/f
09-03-1979 27 years old,
5'09" 128 pounds Blonde
Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
Possession of
Methamphetamine. LKA:
Destin


Damon Lamont Smith, B/m
12-22-1984 22 years old,
5'09" 145 pounds Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Attempting to Obtain Contr.
Substance by Fraud. LKA:
FWB


Kimberlyn Ball's body was
found in a canal at the end of
County Road 393 on June 12,
1999. Her car, a 1997 black
Honda Civic was discovered on
June 10 at a home she was
scheduled to clean on Holiday
Isle. Her purse and other con-
tents of the car had apparently
not been disturbed.
A $1,000 reward is offered
for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of those
responsible for her murder.

Howard case
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay a cash
reward to an anonymous caller
who provides information that
helps the Crestview Police
Department with a homicide
investigation.
On Jan. 6, 2006, the mur-
dered body of Melissa Howard
was found in her residence.
There appears to have been a
struggle and some items were
stolen from the residence.
Associate Medical
Examiner Cameron Snider said
Howard was repeatedly
stabbed in the neck and
showed signs of blunt force
trauma to her head.
Anybody with information
about this incident should con-
tact Investigator Nicky Myers
with the Crestview Police
Department at 682-2130 ext.
126, Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers at 863-TIPS (863-
8477), or toll-free at 1-888-
654-TIPS.
Crime Stoppers callers are
never required to reveal their
identity nor testify in court. A
code number system is used to
pay cash rewards without com-
promising the tipster's identi-
ty.


Hit & run
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay a cash
reward to an anonymous caller
who leads the Florida Highway
Patrol to the driver of a vehicle
that struck and killed Alvie
Holbrook as he attempted to
cross the street on his bicycle
March 1.
Holbrook was crossing Beal
Street on his three-wheeled
bicycle at the intersection of
Carmel Drive shortly before
9:30 p.m. when he was struck
by an unknown southbound
vehicle. The vehicle continued
without stopping.
The hit and run vehicle is
described as possibly a four-
door mid-size silver, gray or
pewter colored. It should have
moderate to extensive front
end damage.


Pharmacy burglary
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay a cash reward
to the anonymous caller who
helps authorities identify the bur-
glar(s) who took several con-
trolled substances from the
Health Smart Pharmacy at 5809
North State Road 189 in Baker at
about 5:30 on the morning of
Sun., Feb. 15, 2004.
The burglar entered the busi-
ness by forced entry to the front
door, activating the alarm, and
took several containers of pre-
scription medication.
The burglar is described as a
white male wearing a ball cap,
jacket and blue jeans.
Witnesses noticed a gray
extended cab pickup truck parked
in front of the pharmacy at the
time of the burglary.


Xm -IMF


Michael Travis Findley, W/m
07-03-75 30 years old, 5'l1"
285 pounds Black Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Felony Criminal Mischief.
LKA: Defuniak Springs


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


Dylan Cel Yonker, W/m 11-
08-1959 47 years old, 5'08"
155 pounds Brown Hair Blue
Eyes. Fel: Grand Theft Auto


Mohammed Samir Qureshi,
H/m 10-11-1974 31 years
old, 6'03" 200 pounds Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Escaped
from Eglin Federal Prison in
October 2003.


Juan Manual Gallardo, H/m
02-01-1978 29 years old,
5'10" 170 pounds Brown
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Giving
False Name to Law
Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m
10-29-1974 31 years old,
5'08", Black Hair Green
Eyes. Aggravated Battery
with Great Bodily Harm.
LKA: FWB


Michael Aaron Anderson,
W/m Q' 2 -2 .197'1 "34" years
old, 5'08" 175 poqundsBrown
Hair Hazel Eyes. Fel:
Worthless Checks & FTA for
DWLSR. LKA: Destin


Heather Noel Edmonds, W/f
06-10-1976 27 30 years old,
5'06" 130 pounds Blonde
Hair Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Smuggling Contraband into
Detention Facility. LKA:
Crestview.


Dominique Lawrence White,
W/m 02-27-73 32 years old,
6'01" 174 pounds Black Hair
Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-False
Imprisonment. LKA: Destin


Thomas Lee McClain, B/m
03-24-1959 47 years old,
5'11" 170 pounds Black Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: Battery


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72
33 years old. 5'01" 100
pounds Blonde. Hair Green
Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Controlled Substance & Poss.
of Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel
Hill


Donald Lawrence Scott,
W/m 06-09-72, 33 years old,
5'08", 132 pounds. Brown
Hair Blue' Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Possession of Controlled
Substance. LKA: Crestview
















James Edward Tanner, W/m
08-08-1951 55, 6'04" 235
pounds Gray Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: FTA-Driving on
Suspended License with
Prior Convictions, DUI,
Narcotics Violations


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


Tommy Ray Morton, W/m
08-06-1981 25 years old,
5'8" 160 pounds Red Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: Trafficking
in Narcotics. LKA: Niceville


Jamil Mahdeen Hampton,
B/m 04-17-71 35 years old,
5'10" 200 pounds Black Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: Distr. Of
Cocaine and Resisting Arrest.
Suspect is known to carry a
firearm. LKA: FWB


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


Jason D. Jones, B/M, black
hair, brown eyes. 27 years
old (06-06-78), 6 ft. tall, 175
lbs. Violation of probation on
original charge of arson.


Macrino Sagastume-Garcia,
H/m 10-30-1978 27 years
old, 5'06" 140 pounds Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Aggravated Battery with a
Deadly Weapon. LKA: FWB


Salvador Martinez Rodriguez,
H/m 12-10-1961 45 years
old, 5"9" 180 pounds Black
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Poss. of False ID, Battery on
Law Enforcement Officer


Donna Mae Beth Linder, W/f
10-14-81 24 years old, 5'08"
tall Brown Hair. Fel: Poss. of
Cocaine with Intent to
Distribute. Possibly in the
Mary Esther Area


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


Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-
1953, 53 years old, Brown
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Grand
Theft Auto. LKA: Crestview.


Donald Ray Alford, W/m 03-
27-66 39 years old, 5'07" 180
pounds Brown Hair Green
Eyes. Fel: Aggravated Battery
& Resisting Arrest without
Violence. LKA: Crestview


Charles Russell Shields, W/m
03-12-1976 31 years old,
5'5" 140 pounds. Brown Hair
Blue Eyes. Fel: Poss. of
Cocaine & Drug
Paraphernalia. LKA: FWB


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


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


Charles Lace Surry, W/m 01,
15-63 42 years old, 5'10';
195 pounds Brown Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Grand Theft.


Anita Sue Pinto-Aguilar, W/f
06-19-1963 43 years old,
5'03" 120 pounds Blonde
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Tampering with Evidence..
May be driving a 2005 sil-
ver/aluminum Toyota pickup
truck.


George Gregory Smith, W/m
02-14-1968 39 years old,
6'3" 190 pounds Brown Hair
Green Eyes. Fel: VOP- Credit
Card Fraud & Grand Theft of
Vehicle. LKA:FWB

















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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
07-CA-1595-C
ROY STEWART and
CHRISTINA STEW-
ART,
Plaintiffs,
Ss.
FLORENCE A. LEON-
ARD, a known natu-
| ral person, not
known to be either
'dead or alive and
'her unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees,
assigns, or any
other parties claim-
'ing by, through, un-
'der, or against her;


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FRANCES L. HOGG run Southeasterly 111.5 CASE NO. upon request.
n/k/a FRANCES L. feet thence run East 2005-DR-1699 vs.
HAHN, a known 227.3 feet to the point of You must keep the
natural person, not beginning, containing KENNETH MICHAEL Clerk of the Circuit ROBERT SIMAC, et al,
known fo be dead 0.59 acres more or less. OLDSON, Courtis office noti- Defendantss.
or alive, and her un- Petitioner, fied of your current
known heirs, devi- has been filed against address. (You may NOTICE OF ACTION
sees, grantees, as- you in the Circuit Court in and file Notice of Current
signs, or any other hhe First Judicial Circuit in Address, Florida Su- TO: ROBERT SIMAC
parties claiming by, and for Okaloosa LUZIA OLDSON, preme Court Ap- 60 Sand Prints Drive
through under, or County, Florida and you Respondent. proved Family Law Unit A7, Destin, FL
against her, are required to serve a Form 12.915.) Future 32550
Defendants. copy of your written de- AMENDED NOTICE papers in this law- ,,.
sufenwints;eCmanea yorLUI(Ktiin this low


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: FLORENCE A.
LEONARD, a known nat-
ural person, not known to
be either dead or alive
and her unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, as-
signs, or any other par-
ties claiming by, through,
under, or -aainst her;
FRANCES L HOGG
n/k/a FRANCES L.
HAHN, a known natural
person, not known to be
dead or alive, and her
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by,
through. under, or
against her.
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet title to
the following property in
Okaloosa County;
Florida:
Begin at the Southeast
corner of the Southwest
quarter of the Northeast
quarter of Section 20,
f-3NN R-23W and run
North 550 feet for a
point of beginning,
thence continue North
110 feet thence run
West 237 feet, thence


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All types of Concrete
Work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every Lob. Also Bobcat
work. Free estimates.
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850-892-7051

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Pressure Washing &
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reasonable rates.
682-9220






Dumpster on
wheels and Dumpster
rentals, debris hauling
Services, Call Brad @
865-3266 or
682-7316


senses, if any, to:
JASON R. MOULTON
Attorney for Plaintiff
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
Cresiview, FL 32536
on or before May 11,
2007, and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of tAis
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida either
before.service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, or a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint or Petition.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
By: K. Sims
Deputy Clerk
4/4/07
4/11/07
4/18/07
4/25/07
Legal # 100032


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA


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and advanced. have
several openings. Call
826-0527



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trimming weed eating,
edging. Licensed & In-
sured 537-4508 or
217-2338
Hendry's Lawn Service
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Also Concrete work, Pa-
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wafks 682-9047
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mowing, edging, shrub
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weeding and leaf re-
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mowing, trimming, prun-
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OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: LUZIA OLDSON
Johann Peter Limbourt
Strasse 12 Bitbaurg,
Germany, 54634
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, i any, to it on
KENNETH MICHEAL
OLDSON, on or before
May 25, 2007, and file
the original with the clerk
of this ourt at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FE, 32579 be-
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a
default may be en-
tered against you
for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents


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suit will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply
can result in
sections including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
,Dated April 13, 2007
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: K. Sims
Deputy Clerk
'4/18/2007
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
Legal# 100046


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE
NO:2006-CA-5477-S
DIVISION:
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY AS TRUS-
TEE UNDER THE
POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREE-
MENT SERIES ITF
INDX 2005-AR14,
Plaintiff,


CURRENT A ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAfNST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida: I
THE CONDOMINIUM
PARCEL KNOWN AS
APARTMENT NO.
101, OF THE VALEN-
CIA CONDOMINIUM,
A CONDOMINIUM
ACCORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 746
AT PAGES 169-228
AND AMENDED IN
BOOK 1183, PAGE
766, BOOK 1439,
PAGE 107, BOOK
1542 FAGE 900
AND BOOK 1543
PAGE 853 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUN-






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TRY FLORIDA, TO-
GE1HER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN THE COMMON EL-
EMENTS IF ANY, AP-
PURTENANT
THERETO SUBJECT
TO AND IN ACCORD-
ANCE WITH THE
CONVENANTS, CON-
DITIONS RESTRIC-
TIONS, TERMS AND
OTHER PROVISIONS
OF SAID DECLARA-
TION AND TO-
GETHER WITH ANY
AMENDMENTS
THERETO.
has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before May 30,
2007, on Echevarria,
Codilis & Stawiarski,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with the Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 18 day of April,
2007.
By: K. Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018 "
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F06022644
INDYMAC-CONV-R-
eiayska
* See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with


Disabilities Act per- all of said property bein
sons with disabilities in the County o1
needing special ac- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
commodaton to par- ida.
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con- Unless the certificate is
tact Court Adminis- redeemed according to
traction at 101 James law, the property de-
Lee Boulevard East, scribed in the certificate
Crestview, FL, will be sold to the highest
32536-3515; tele- bidder at the front door
phone number (850) of the Clerk's Office at
689-5000, Extension the Okaloosa County
7497, prior to the Courthouse Annex,
proceeding, or Shalimar, Florida at
Shalimar (,50) 10:00 a.m. on May 30,
651-7497 2007.


IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.:
Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FL 32579;
(850)651-7497,
prior to the pro-
ceeding.

4/25/2007
5/2/2007
Legal#100052



NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Gazelle Tax Service,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the
property is as follows:
Certificate # 129 of
2004 Assessed to:
Donnell R Exum
Description: Palm Est Unit
#3 Lot 3 Blk 4
Parcel ID#:
17-2S-22-4002-0004-0030
Opening Bid:
$6,587.17


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Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
5/2/2007
5 9 2007 ..
5, I6 200' "
Legal# 100054

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the
properly is as follows:
Certificate # 853 of
2004 Assessed to:
Amanda K Mullins
Description: Port Dixie
Corn at SE car of Blk 34
W 135 ft to POB N 100
ft W 22.5 ft S 120 ft E
22.5 ft N 20 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
05-2S-23-2080-003400B8
Opening Bid:
$3,302.19
all of said property bein.q
in the County ot
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in hhe certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/2572007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
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NOTICE OF APPLICA-
NOTCEOFAPPUCA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR TAX DEED
N.OT.I OF APCA. TION FOR TAX DEED


IIO FRK ITAXUEED -


Notice is hereby given
that SASS MLUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of 'the
property is as follows:
Certificate # 2529 of
2004 Assessed to: M J
Lee Est
Description: SE1/2 of
SE1/4 of NEI/4 &
N1/2 of NE1/4 of
SE 1/4 "
Parcel ID#:
366N-240000000 40000
S Opening, Bid:
2,785.78
all of said property being
in the County or
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
S2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
Legal 100053
04"/25/07
05/02/07
05/09/07
05/16/07






NOTICE OF APPLI-
CATION FOR TAX
DEED
Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sait
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 221 of
2004 Assessed to: Doro-
thyJ. Perry
Description: Baywinds
Golf Est Ph I Lot 3 BIk B
Parcel ID#:
00.2S-22-018AOOOB0030
Opening' Bid:
$4,234.95
all of said property being
in the County ot
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the roperty de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100055


Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed-and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1321 of
2004 Assessed to: Jef-
ferson D and Gayle
Thames
Description: Morris Add
Crestview E1/2 Lot 61 &
Lots 62-72 Inc 81k 22-
Parcel ID#:
21-3N-23-16700022-0480
Opening Bid:
$2,413.20
all of said property being
in the County ot
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the propertyt de-
scribed in he certificate
will be sold to the highestt
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. 6n May 30,
2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007. ..
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100057

NOTICE OF APPLI-
CATION FOR TAX
DEED
Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1626 of
2004 Assessed to:
Rodger R Glover Jr &
Joan E Glover
Description: Beg 849.35'
W & 680.72' N of SE
car Sec, N 113.97' E
145' S 113.97' W 145'
to Beg as OR 1330 Pg
2006
Parcel ID#:
27-1S-24-0000-0013-0000
Opening Bid:
2,365.30
all of said property being
in the County aO
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
2007.
Dated this 1 8th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100058


Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1947 of
2004 Assessed to:
Charlies Lawnmower Re-
pair
Description: Schoolview
S/D Lot 21 BIk A
Parcel ID#:
02-2S-24-2200-O00A0210
Opening Bid:
$4,157.68
all of said- propertybeing
in the County 6t
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
-bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100059
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saic
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be. issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description. of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1977 of
2004 Assessed to:
Kijkeow Alderton
Description: Old Town Ph
III Lot 48
Parcel ID#:
03-2S-24-1822-00000480
Opening Bid:
all of said property beind.
in the County 01
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's- Office-at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on May 30,
2007.
Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100060

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice 'is hereby given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said


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Wednesday, April 25, 2007


FCmiSTVIW LEGAL


certificate for a Tax
to be issued thereof
certificate number
year of issuance
name in which the
erty is assessed ar
description of the
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 22E
2004 Assessed to
handle Paint SuppIy
Description: Mer
Four Unit 1
Parcel
16-2S-24-5050-000C
O ening
$12,082.27
all of said property
in the County
Okaloosa, State o
ida.
Unless the certific
redeemed accord
law the property
scribed in he cer
will be sold to the I
bidder at the fron
of the Clerk's Off
the Okaloosa (
Courthouse A
Shalimar, Florid
10:00 a.m. on Mc
2007.
Dated this 18th
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARI
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
4/25Z2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100061

NOTICE OF PUI
HEARING
"NOTICE IS HE
GIVEN" that the
of Adjustment wil
duct a public h-,
May 10, 2007 ai
p.m., in the City of
view Council Chc
at 198 N. Wilson
to consider the follc
A request for a va
of the front setback
Trailwood Lane. Pr
is located in Secti
Township 3
Rang e 23 West, (
23 1015 00A C(
Zoning of prope
Multi Family Resic
(R-2); future land u
egory is Medium.
Residential (MDR).
Request 07-U2.
A request for a vc
of the front setback
erty is located in S
09 Township 3t
Range 23 West. (
23 015 000C
512 Grandridge
Zoning of prope
Multi Tamily Resic
(R-2); future land u
egory is Medium
Residential (MDR).
Request 07-03.
A request to allow
cessory church- bi
within an R-1 Zonii
egory. Property is Ic
in Section 08, Toy
3 North Ranci
West, (08-3 N-23-
0007-0760 thru
and 0820 thru 08
the south west coar
Eighth Avenue and
Parkway. Zoning
property is Sinnqfe
Presidential (R-1);
land use category
Density Residential
BOA Request 07-0'
All citizens and inte
parties are encou
0 attend the public
ing and to provide
ten and /or verba
ments on the mati
der consideration.
ten comments shoi
addressed to the
of Adjustment in c
the Cify of Crestvie
ministrative Service
apartment, 198 Nor
son Street, Cres
Florida 32536.
Any person require
special accommo
at this hearing bi
of a disability or pl
impairment should
tact the City Clerk's



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Bid: ing, such person will will kei
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of Flor- may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made,
ate is which record includes the
ing to testimony and evidence
y de- upon which the appeal is Single
ificate to based. 5'8
highest Civil S
t door 4/25/2007 for ni
fice at Legal# 100050 same
County relation
Annex, NOTICE OF SALE is at I
a at there tI
ay 30, In accordance with Flor- am. I
ida Statutes, Advance from yo
Storage, Inc located at P.O.
day of 5180 S. Ferdon Blvd. view,
Crestview, Fl, will offer 689-8(
for sale to the highest
D bidder the household and
S other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid Lost
by the tenants. color (
Advance Storage II in Cre
Unit- L3 tered
Toammy Moore "Chain
U nit- 1 3 4 i on (2
Annie Pate tion. 2

BLIC Advance Storage I Loswith w
Unit -G22 with w
Joyce Godwin to Cir
EREBY Unit- B18 Countr
Board Christopher Peer Jr 689-75
I con- Unit B39
1rr,, Bill Neeley

f Crest The sale shall take place
smbers on April 21,2007 at
Street 9:00 a.m. at Advance
wing: Storage.
iriance 4/14/2007
Along 4/25/20070
roper Legal#100044 pi
on 09 PUBLIC AUCTION 2100
North, 2110 -
09 3N Pursuant to Section 2
0050), 713.75. Florida Statues, 2120-
drty is there will be a public 2130-
dential auction May 7, 2007 at
se cat- 8:00 A.M. for the follow- 2140 -
Density ing described vehicles:
1990 Mercury
Vin#
iriance 1MECM50U3LG6
. Prop- 04377
Section Boyki
North, The auction' will be held Boyk
09 3N at 861 W. James Lee 94'-7A
0080), Blvd, Crestview,, Fla. 850-5i
Drive. Danco Transmissions has
rty is the right to turn down Fema
dental any and all bids. puppy
se cat- Firstst
Density 4/25/2007 Call Di
BOA Legal# 100036
Pursuant 'to" Section For sal
an ac- 713.75, Florida Statues, Minit
uildin there will be a public $400e
ng car- auction May 7, 2007 at
located 9:OAM for the following
wnship vehicles
-1780- 1996 Plym Breeze
0780 Vin# Male
40) at 1P3EJ46C6TN219645 russell
rnerxas The auction will be held ohki
of the at 956 W. James Lee witki
Family Blvd, Crestview, Fl
future 32536, Crestview Paint
is Low & Body has the right to
(LDR). turn down any and all
4. bids. Do
rested 4/25/2007
raged Legal#100051
e writ-
I1 com-
teru- 1120 T
Writ-
aid be The
are of Montessori
w, Ad- Children's
es De- -House is
tvh Wil-ew enrolling for
tviw, their
rin a Summer &
daieon Fall Program
because Call 682-3869
physical for more
office information. RI


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Service
Faucets, Toilets, T
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Water Heaters
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: Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
S 830-2631
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course community, Heritage Plantation. The 1994 singlewide mh is being sold
"as is." Great place to build your dream home!

2489 Lakeview Dr S Brand new 3 bd/2 ba home located in north
Crestview. Open floor plan; cathedral ceiling in LR; large indoor utility room;
trey ceiling in master bedroom.
6353 Old River Rd Nearly 18 acres located on a paved road in Baker.
The 1991 mobile home is being sold "as is." Call for more information!
1526 Texas Pkwy Spacious 3 bd/2.5 ba home located on a large lot
in Adams Powell S/D. Brand new bisque-colored Kenmore appliances; stone
fireplace; covered front porch; large Florida room; fenced-in backyard &
storage shed.
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OF Appreciation
tire Jackson Family
like to give
, to everyone who
pported us during
me of tribulation.
appreciate all the
s, calls, visitation,
flowers and other
kindness and com-
at brother Arthur
ie" Jackson was
during his time of
. May god richly
sach of you; We
ep you in our pray-
ckson Family




e white male 70
170 retired from
Service. Searching
ce lady close to
age for a serious
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hat is as lonely as i
would love to hear
ou. Please write RB
Box 876, Crest-
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Border Collie tri
white, black & tan)
estview area. Neu-
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Polmaranian tan
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ETS & ANIMALS
Pels
Pets: Free to
Good Home
Pet Supplies
Farm Animals/
Supplies
Pets/Livestock
Wanted


2100
in Spaniel male
purebred $600.
23-0550 or
85-6420
Ie Chiuhauhau
ready to go $250
ots and wormed.
iane at 652-4122
e
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each. 689-2069



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All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
ther, mantel, cuckoos, we
buy antiques, we do-es-
tate sales. Call
689-1007
Coun Consignment
AUCTION
Fri Apr 27th 6pm
Preview Thurs.
Apr26 10-5pm
Please join us as we will
once again conduct our
ever popular county con-
signment auction. Lots of
pictures, paintings,
china, alass, bric a brac,
smalls & furniture
Garrett & Garrett
Auction Co.
WJ. Garrett
AB#2107 AU#2727
151 SE Eglin Pkwy, FWB
2R4-7453
5% buyers premium.
Come see usl.
Ron's Antiques Special-
izing in Antique furniture,
clocks and clock repair.
Antiques. Buy Sell ,Es-
tates. T-F 9-4 Sat. '9-2,
211 N, Main St. Crest-
view 850-689-1007 or
305-2441




Refrigerator 25 cubic
foot, side by side, white
whirlpool $125
682-0688
Ron's Appliance & Parts
appliance repair, all
brands, we buy working
Main Street, Call
689-1007. After hours
682-2844

Washer & Dryer
Fri cedaire, 2yrs old
$450 abo. Call
682-9964




3 PC. Bedroom set,
Full size $150 OBO,
Green sofa, Exc. Cond.
$100 OBO. 682-5567
Adjustable bed for
$500 obo, 3 yrs. old.
You remove. Call
682-7759
Large Dining Table &
4 Chairs $135, Wood
Dresser with mirror, $95,
Kitchen Table & 2 Chairs
$55 682-0688
Patio Furniture, heavy
dutie wrought iron,
54x38 oval table 4
rocker chairs, umbrel-
la/stand, bakers rack
$250. Call 682-7903 -




Crestview
1020 Valley Road
Saturday April 28
7am till ?
Baby items plus.
Next door to Valley Road
Baptist Church.
Crestview
Huge Sale, Fri & Sat
Apr 27 & 28 7:30am til
1pm. Furniture, home de-
cor, clothing and lots
more. 3126 Gibbs Dr.
N. 85, turn East on Au-
burn Rd then Right on
Old Hickory, look for
signs! Rain or Shinel
Crestview
Multi Family
Yard Sale
4702 Connor Drive. Sat.
April 28th, 8am-2pm.
Crestview
Multi-Family
Sat. 8am Noon
Everything is Cheapl
113 Lonnie Jack
Drive
Near Bob Sikes
Elementary School.
758-8700
Creslview
Sat 7am 1pm
Furniture, clothes & mis-
cellaneous
5819 Lake Drive
Turn right on Airport Rd
and it's 2 miles down.


Baker/Milligan. Beautiful 4BR/3BA/3CGA/3354SF
Details/Pictures See: www.forsalebyowner.com
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Crestview
Three Family Yard
Sale
709 S. Brett St., Lots of
Goodies, Clothes, bedd-
ing, kitchenware, Pool
pump, new filter, 220 air
conditioner. April 27th & '
28th 7am-1pm
Crestview
Yard Sale
597 E Brock Ave
Sat 7am 2pm
Clothes, Christmas items,
lots of miscellaneous.
Crestview
Yard Salel 383 John
. King Rd, April 28th 7am-
1 pm, 5 piece living room
set, Curio Cab, clothes,
household goods, and
more.
Crestview
Yard Salel Entire house
contents, Excellent condi-
tion gas dryer, Complete
living room set, lazyboy,
Brand new 19' TV still in
Box, 8-1 at 6096 Old
Bethal Rd. Lots more
Crestview
Yard Salel Saturday -
Sunday 7-2 at 5286
Fairchird Rd.
Episcopal Church An-
nual Rummage Sale,
April 28th, 8am-12noon.
Huge Inventroy, all clean
& good, items at low
prices. Located on Gar-
den St. (behind teachers
credit union.)
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305


325O
Brook's Farm Strawberry
Patch now open, you
pick, we pick call for
directions 537-5373



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1 3280
2 48" hydro walk behind
SCAGG- mowers, new
motors,, good working
condiftion $3,000 abo
for both call 689-1491
or 865-3298
Motorized WheelChair
hardly used, Jet 2hd
2003 model, $1500
OBO Call 758-0175


-- 3300 --
5000W GE generator,
Rope pull. $35"Call
682-8389
Deluxe computer chairs,
multi-position. One exec-
utive $80, one office
$35. Landrider men's bi-
cycle, automatic shift,
$300. Call 389-2014
Wanted, Blacsmith
Tools, Forges Anuils
Tongs, Hand Crank Blow-
ers, etc. Call Tracy
850-758-8867







EMPLOYYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information



Administrative
Gordon Martial Arts
is looking for an Adminis-
trative Associate requir-
ing 15-25 hours a week.
This will entail assisting
in the daily operations oF
a locally owned and op-
erated Martial Art
School. Duties will in-
clude date entry, cus-
tomer service, retaining
& recruiting members,
clerical office work, an-
swering the phone, and
other duties assigned.
Applicants should be fa-
miliar with Microsoft Of-
fice, be organized, moti-
vated, cheerful, and with
excellent communication
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with the following skills
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and working in a team
environment.
Applications will be ac- -
cepted through May 4 at
CHELCO's Defuniak
Springs office. The appli-
cation can be accessed .
on-line at
www.chelco.com, click
on the employment link to
complete and submit, or
pick up application at
any 0cHEC office and
return to CHELCO, Hu-
man Resources, P.O. Box
512 Defuniak Springs,
FL 32435 Fax No.
850-951-4302. RE-
SUMES ACCEPTED
ONLY IF ATTACHED
TO APPLICATION.
Drug Free Workplace-
EEOM/F



Auto Mechanic
needed apply in person
S900 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536




Automotive
Parts Counter
Person
Automotive dealership
in Crestview looking
for career minded indi-
vidual. Mon-Fri, paid
vacations & holidays,
401K, health, dental
Fax resumes to:
850-683-1658 or call
to schedule a confiden-
tial interview
850-689-3018 ext
3 2 4
EOE Drugfree
Workplace
See our Job Posting @
emeraldcoastobswest.com
Web ID# 27733894




Can You Dig it? Heavy
Equipment School. .3wls
training program. OperJ
ate Backhoes, Bulldozers;
Trackhees --Local dob
placement. Start digging
dirt now calp
866-362-6497 on
888-707-6886.



Driver
Earning over
$50,000 per year &;
Home Weeklendsl
Looking for drivers for i
Dedicated Customer.;
No back- hauls. I
Paid Odometer Miile-
age Loaded &
Empty. Excellent benef
fits and bonus programlr
Call Bill or Neal for dm
tails at 866-592-7006




Driver-CDLA
Big Miles = Big

WESTERN
EXPRESS, INC
All '05, '06 AND
NOW '07 Volvos &
Freightliners
3,000 Mi/Wk Avg
Weekly Home Time
One-Day Orientation
.30 cpm starting pay
for 6 mo. exp.
Must Be 22 Yrs. Old,
Class A CDL Required
866-863-4112



Drivers
Driver trainees needed:
now! Werner needs entry
level semi drivers. No'
exp. required. Avg.!
$36k+1st yr! 60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.;
1-866-280-5309



Drivers/Flatbed
$1700
Sign on Bonus
HOME WEEKENDS!
Earn Up to .39/mile
SUPlenty of Freight
Min 23 yrs old & 1 yr
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Wednesday, April 25, 2007


Earn $800-$3200 Hospitality
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed Cleaners needed 30-40
on them. hrs/wk., no nights or
www.AdCarDrive.com weekends. Must have re-
liable transportation. Up


Education

Sylvan Learning
Center
of Ft Walton Beach seeks
certified Teachers for FT
Management positions.
Min. 2 yrs. teaching ex-
perience required. Paid
gaining. Email resume to
deneenhughes@aol.com

Education
Twin Hills Learning
Center has an opening
for Teacher. For more in-
formation call 689-1663

Employment Information
100 WORKERS NEEDED
Assemble crafts, wood
items. To $480/wk. Ma-
terials provided. Free in-
formation pkg. 24 Hr
801-428-4649

General

A Terrific
, Opportunity!
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+ earning po-
tential, benefits, pension,
401K, BCBS insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500

General

Aircraft Refueler
experienced in the gen-
eral aviation field. Apply
in person Sunshine Aero,
5545 John Givens Rd.,
Crestview, FL, Bob Sikes
Airport. 682-6811

General
JBartender, experi-
enced needed Part time,
evenings & weekends.
Call Donna 689-3195

General
Comfort
Keepers
Dedicated people
needed immediately to
assist our Seniors in their
homes. Flex. hrs. FT/PT
mileage pd $8hr
;850-279-6294

General

FWB Airport
Associates needed for'
Quiznos/Euro Cafe @
Okaloosa Regional
Airport $8/hr. Call
850-651-6500 or
email: okaloosa 140@
hudsongroup.com
Drug Test/ Backgrouna
check required.

Healthcare
Microspine

Seeking
Business
Office
Specialist
Proficient in Business of-
fice, organizational
skills a must. Medical
office experience pre-
ferred. Patient schedul-
ing and Pre-Cert a plus.
.Full benefits including
-Dental and 401 I
Mon-Fri, no weekends,
nights or holidays.
Microspine: 101 Micro-
spine Way DFS, FL
32435
Fax resume to Alice
Parsons 892-4212


Healthcare

MicroSpine
The leader in Minimally
Invasive Spinal Surgery

Seeking Data
Entry Personnel
Medical back round
knowledge and0 profi-
cient data entry skills a
must. Must possess Ex-
cellent phone, commu-
nication and interper-
onsal skills. Great pay
with benefits. Mon-Fn,
no weekends.
Microspine 101 Coy
Burgess Loop DFS, FL
32435
Fax resume to attn: Re-
search Coordinator at
850-892-4212


to $9.50 hr., mileage re-
imbursed, full benefit
package. 664-6241

PART TIME POSITION
HOUSEKEEPING/
RUNNER
Must have cleaning expe-
rience & Valid drivers
license to run errands.
Position available for
work in Crestview Office.
Hourly wage bases on
experience. Call Bayou
Mechanical Inc. at
850-682-2784. EEO
Emplo er-Drug Test Re-
quire.

Post Office
now Hiring
Avg. pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OfT.
Paid training, vacations.
PT/FT. 1-806-584-1775
Ext#2900 USWA

Trades/Oil Related

Youngquist
Brothers, Inc.
Excellent Job Opportunity
in South Floridal Posi-
tions Available:
*Drillers
*Derricks
*Floor Hands
Excellent benefits pack-
age available after 90
days. Fax resume
239-489-4545 or con-
tact Cliff at
239-489-4444. Must
Pass Physical & Drug
Test. Drug Free
Workplace

Veterinary

VETERINARY
TECHNICIAN
Join our Growing Teaml
SHigh quality medicine
* State of the art
equipment
SiMm. salary $14/hr.
" Benefits
* No nights/weekends
* Clean, orderly work
environment
Resume & references to:
Kindness@att.net
or Kindness Pet Hospital
6744 W Hwy 30-A
Santa Rosa Bch, FL
32459 or fax 267-0773
See our Job Listing on
emeraldcoastiobswest.com
Web ID #27732910





Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now 'hiri
AM Dishwashers & AM
Cooks. Weekends re-
quired EOE 682-8804



4130
General

HELP WANTED
Earn Extra income assem-
bling CD cases from any
location. Start Immedi-
ately No experience nec-
essary.
www. easywork-
Oreatpay.com
00-405-7A619 Ext 750


Trades/Crafts

Earn Up to
$1,600
per week
LONG TERM
WORK
Jobs Available for Skilled
Tradespeople
* Welders
Fluxcore, MIG, Stainless
* Shipfitters
* PipeFitters
* Pipe Welders
* If you have 3+ years of
Marine or 5+ years In-
dustrial*
* Benefits include:
4 Paid time off
(some positions)
* Medical
* Competitive Pay
* Per Diem/Travel
* Positions Available
Nationwide
Contact: 888-269-3381
(Operators available
24 hours)
Email resume to
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or fax it to
904-798-1720
EOE/DFWP
Se Habla Espanol


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No0 JOB IS Too SMALL
OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE


Licensed & Insured FREE Est'mate


5825 Deermont Dr., 2 Acres,
3BR/2BA, 2,681sqft. Call for appt.
682-6532 $299,900


5100 Business
Opportunities
5110 Money to Lend



Ssioo
50 Ways to work from
home and Increase your
income now! Visit:
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$500-$1000 Per Day
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6100 Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals




2086 SQ.Ft. Commer-
cial office for lease. Lo-
cated Hwy 90 West in
Crestview. Will be avail-
able approximately Au-
gust 1st, for more infor-
mation call
850-682-3536

Commercial building
in prime location at
1108 North Ferdon
Boulevard. 900 sq.ft.,
heated and cooled office
or retail space plus
900sq.ft warehouse
space. $1200 per
month. Call Dan at
830-8411 or 682-0791





2br, 1 ba in quiet gated,
complex,
$600mo/$550dep, 12
month lease required. No
pets. 585-1574

Crestview
1 bedroom apartment,
698 Kenneth Aye, fur-
nished 'r.:l..dr-1q utilities.
No pets, :.823 166

CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $39 daily, $190
weekly, Furnished effi-
ciency $200 weekly
682-4466

For rent 2br Apt.
Washer/Dryer, stove,
frig. 110 Lake Street
$500mo/$500dep.
682-65.14





3 bedroom House for
rent $600 per month
w/$400 Securi-
ty/Damage Deposit. Call
682-3937

2br House, stove, re-
frigerator and air condi-
tioned, partially furnished
if needed for.rent Laurel
Hill Area, 3 miles from
school on Hwy 2 ,
652-4155

2br, 2ba, 2cg home on
Lake Eufaula. Rent by.
week month or year.
850-956-2553

3/2 MH, Great Loca-
tion Like new No pets,
$75Dep, $25mo, Ref-
erences Required,
902-0604


3br, 2ba 2 story
w/pool for ren
acre lot in Holt anre
electric $11(
$1100dep w/refe
(850)537-6222
850-499-7412
5BR, 1.5 Ba, all
875
4Br, 2ba, all brick
$1150, Available 1
June.
Rick Epperson Realt
www.northwestflahc
com. 850-865-777
3br, 1.5 ba, bric
CHPA huge back y
fenced.
$750mo/$750dep
pets, 1 yr lease, 53,
Cox Ln Crestview
850-834-4767
3br 2ba CHPA
$750mo$750O, 1h
lease, no pets, no 5
5359 Cox Ln, Cres
850-834-4767
American Real
Northwest Floridc
682-4822 or 651
EHO
5284 Clint Maso
2br, 1 ba, $550
615 Edney Ave.
2ba $575
867 S.Brett St, 2b
ba $650
5187 Azalea Ave
2ba, $700
103 Blaylock St,
2ba $700
208 1st Ave E, 4bi
$750
117 Stephens Ln
2ba, $800
4008 Painter B
3br 2ba $800
111 Swaying Pin
3br, 2.5ba, $900
424 Northview Li
2ba $925
2940 Stillwell Blvd
2ba, $950
309 Feldon Dr,
2ba,$975
2820 Tamiami Tr
2ba $1050
5414 Josh Dr, 3b
$1050
474 Jillian Dr, 3b
$1100
3349 Shoal Creel
4br 2ba, $1125
3115 Skyhawk Di
2ba $1175
144 Indian Tr, 3br
$1200
421 Hatchee Dr,
2ba $1275
3178 Border Crei
4br 3ba, $1350
2468 Bell Ridge D
2ba, $1350
715 Prescott St,
2.5ba, $1500
visit us
www.era-american.
Century 21
Moulton Real
(850) 682-38
Rentals:
902 Dixie 3bi
$875.rt, $875dep
130 Dixie St 4b
$1100.rt $1100dei
4799 Old Mill C
2ba $985 rt $985
0 2947 McCartv
3br 2ba $
$950dep
2842 Old Mill
4br, 2ba $100
$1000Odep
1208 Northview
2ba $121
$1200dep.
0 5152 Keyser M
Baker, 4br.
$875.mo, $875de|
Coldwell Banke
Realty 117 Cour
Terrace, Crestvie'
32536 (850)689
or (850)682-5922
307 Walnut Av
I bd, 1 b6, 800 sf,
Tr iplex
286-A Henderson S
1 ba, 796 sf, $576
unit
6197 Winstead C
1.5ba, 1025sf,
pet w/owner appro
1562 Texas Pkwy
2ba 1109 sf,
washer/dryer dinc
187 Salvadore D
2ba, 1053 sf,
back yard deck
308 John King Roa
2ba, 1000sf, $95C
Carpet +Paint
34 Re em Rd, 3br
1418sf. $1025,
w/owner approval
4815 Summer Cree
4br 2ba, 1;
$1675, pet w/own
proval
53 Riverchase Blv
2ba, 2348 sf $
no pets allowed
for further inform
visit www.cbjmepro
management.com


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house Country living mile Tee
on 1 north of High School,
ea. All 3br, 1 2ba $800 per
00mo month, $8060 security de- 102
rences posit. Call 830-8411 or $1 19
or 582-2722. 5'3 r
Crestview So. of 1-10 $650,
brick off PJ Adams Rd. New w/app
brick 3 Br 2 Ba, 1 car ,31
aaraae, unfurnished, $700,
I'st $975mo. + $800 SD. wa
No pets or smoking. 4
tor. Available May 1st. Cail $1,00
homes. 850-217-7344 pet w/
7 Crestview- 3 br, 1 /2 credit
ba, 1 cq, no smoke/pets. lease;
k 126 Camellia Place. pet
yard $800/mo + $800dd. non-rel
Call 682-1265 Debrc
No 682-6
56 Crestview 3 br, 2 ba, 82-
1 ca. Avail A r. 1st.
$1006 mo + $ 050dd. -
Pets OK w/dep. Call
682-7731, 8-4:30 M-F
iect 8 Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
view' 2 CG. Brand new, In Femal
fenced yard/ c vered wanted
porch. Pets OK, $1200 cludinc
ly of +DD. 850-683-4104 850-6',
, Inc. Crestview Auburn Rd
-5717 $875/mo, $500 dep.
)n Rd,Call 689-2831 or
682-6794
E, 2br, Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
r, 1.5 CH&A section 8 ap- For ,
r, 1.*5 proved. 740 Dixie Street, Fr r2
S $600mo, $500 dd. eled 2
3br, 683-892 aporche
3br, Crestview, 2 br, 1.5 wished
ba, Available May 1st de
r, 2ba, $500 deposit_ $500 Refreq
month 378 W. Woodruff
, 3br, Call 689-4442 Two 3
ranch, for re
L o Old Riv
ne Ct, new in
n 3br, DeFuniak Springs 850-2:
Rent/Rent to
I, 3br, Own by owner
2br 1 ba with office,
3br, 866sf screened porch /
and deck. $695/mo or
, 3br, $79,900. 585-2275
r, 2ba For Rent 2br, 1 ba, .
r, 2ba 317 N. Lincoln, no dogs
in house. Call 865-5568
k, CV, For rent 2br, 1 ba, RErl.
r, br,333 N. Lincoln, no dogs 7100
r, 4br, in house. Call 865-5568 7100
7110 -
, 2ba, For rent 2br, 1 ba,
609 Pine No dos in r 7120-
4br, house. Call 865-5508 7130-
7140 -
ek Rd, For rent 3br, 2ba, dou- 7150 -
Sble car arage, brick 710-
r, 4br, home, 85 -95625,53 7170-
7180 -
3br, House for rent 5br, 2
ba, 2 100sq.ft very spa- 7190 -
at cious large kitchen,
com $1100mo/$700dep. 7200 -
Pets negtiable. Availa-
ble 5/r5/2007 Call
lty 902-1299
JANET JOHNSON RE-
r, 2ba ALTY INC
EQUAL HOUSING 3 br,'
)r, 2ba OPPORTUNITY on acr
T 3b 682-1800 works.
t 3br,
r5de '120 Swaying Pine Court,
e 3bd, 2.5a $900 By o
50. rt 341 Crooked Pine Trail; Way 3
$995 car na
I Way* 6458 Moonliaht Lane, bac ,y1
0M. 3br, 2ba, $11 0 Crestvi
11 Holly Dr 3bd, 2ba make
, 4br $1100 420-5(
O0mo, 329 John Kind Rd.
$1000
i|ll Rd 2805 Wilson Lane 3bd, Cr
2bc 2ba $1200 Cre
p. Laurel Hill spacious No F
4br. 2Y2ba near school, Intere
rJME $895mo. Short term ok. sidere
those Credit / req. (404) avaic
51FI 388-6862 www
515 New houses for rent. w
venue, to own: Shoal River
$550, Country Club and Page
Place 500 2600 sf.
St 2br 4br, 3ba. These are cus-
5, end tom homes with lots of
3, amenities. One home has
S3br, gas & electric, the others
$875, gre all electric. NO PETS,
val $1,395 per month, D.D. r
3br $1,395. References and "E
$875 credit check required. 1 KI
year lease. Rent to own W,
r 3br, option available: (850) W
$850, 683-0654 FA
d 3br, New houses, for TIL
D, new rent to own: Located YW
, 2ba, view 1,385 1,425 sf. D
Pet 3br, 2ba, 2 car garage. D
All electric with Auburn *
ek CV, Water. High ceilings,
794sf, fireplaces, garden tubs
mer ap- and ceramic tile. Very
Nice Houses. NO PETS
d 3br, $995 per month, D.D.
1250, 995. References and
credit check required. 1
nation Year Lease. Rent to own 8,;,
perty option available. Call '
(850)683-0654


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Il and Waters
Real Estate
Trenton Ave,
0 3//2, small pet
'roval.
Godfrey St,
2/1.5, small pet
roval
Godfrey St,
2/1.5, small pet
roval
Meadow Lake,
0, 3/2/2, small
approval
operties require a
check, one year
no inside smoking,
fees are
fundable. Call
V Frost
6156



6160
le Roommate
I $600 month in-
Suitities.
85-5983





nt newly remod-
br, 2ba MH. on
e lot, with Ig front
furnished or unfur-
, $600mo/$600
no pgets/smoking,
quired. 537-2510

3br mobile homes
it, Baker area, off
ver Road, Both like
side $650 Mo
ble for rent 05/15
25-3204


EHEVROULI


restview
295 000 Motivated
Sellers! 2681 sq. ft, 3br,'
2ba on 2 acres. Large
Florida room, above
ground pool. Call for ap-
pointment. 682-6532
Crestview 3 br 1.5
ba, 1400sf, lot 200x100
quiet street. Asking
143K. 850-375-2351
Crestview
4br, 2ba on triple lot,
asking $110,000 call
Donna at 850-826-0044



Crestview by owner
~2200sf, 4br 3Y2ba
.50 acre, completely
remodeled 219,900.
Call 585-2277

DeFuniak by owner 2yr
old lake front cottage,
2br I ba on great fishing
lake with deck and dock.
$225,000. 585-8339


LOOK
DeFuniak by owner,.
2000sf 3br 1 V/2ba with
huge 2 car garage, 16
acres, completely
remodeled 27,900.
Call 585-2275


LOOK
DeFuniak Springs
2br 1 ba Completely
remodeled 59,900.
Call 585-2275

Laurel Hill spacious
4br 2/2ba near school.
$170,000. Ask about
Zero' down financing
Call (404) 388-6862
Under Construction;
1116Sf. 3br, 2ba, 1 car
garage, in good area of
town, lots oFceramic tile,
cathedral ceiling, great
room and kitchen.
Builder pays most closing
costs. $147,300. Call
682-1759 or 682-5321
Joseph 0. Barley Reg.
General Contractor.



7150
1 Acre lot, cleared,
level, nice trees on
Texas Pkwy by Bob Sikes
Elementary $85,000
682-8243
1 acre wooded lot Silver
Hills Road 150 x 300
$95,00000. Phone
585-8948
1.8 Acres, Partially
cleared, water meter on
property, Paved street
fontaae, last appraisal
for $55,000 make offer.
Call 856-902-2426
4.5 Acres on Poverty
Creek Road
850-956-2553
6 Hilltop acres with a view,
Hiah Ridae Rd., in Clear Creek
Estates Crestview, $153,000,
758-9254
Crestview 4 lots for
sale House free $40,000
498 N. Savage St. Call
682-6794
Crestview
One Acre lot located in
Country Breeze Estates
on Paved Road, asking
$40,000. Located
Crestview Fl on John Nix
Rd. Call 850-773-2002
leave message.


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140- Vans
8150- Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes




For sale 1990 Model
Buick Century, 103K mi-
les, Runs good, Power
windows needs work,
needs door seals, $1000
OBO. Call
850-537-2407

Honda Accord,
'03.
Sowner, runs & looks
new. $10,500 firm. Call
240-6771

Mercury Grand
Marquis 2002
45,888 miles. $12,000
,.- 537-l3A40 RBlakr


I 7150
Horse Farml 38 Acres,
Baker- 3br, 1 ba $759K.
2068 Shockley Springs
Road. Below $20K/ac.
Beautiful land, pasture,
hardwoods, creek. Great
location. Call Clint
904-249-0438, owner/
broker




Mobile home on 2 acres
near Holt, FL. 85,000.
Serious Inquires only. No
owner Finance Call
850-537-6222 or
850-499-7412



7190
ARIZONA LAND
LIQUIDATION!
Near Tucson, 2V2 foot-
ball field sized lots. $0
Down/$0 Interest, $159
/Month (18,995 total).
Free recorded informa-
tion. Money back guar-
antee! Toll free
1-800-682-6103 Op
#10


Johnson outdoor water-
MONTE CARLO Dirt craft fishing boat, 10.2ft
Track Car Street Stock, with trolling motor, 4HP
Motor 350 Transmission stroke motor and trailer.
3 Speed Manual $1500 $2500. Quick sale ASAP
OBO (850)305-2467 Call 650-5999




Buick SUV Rainier '05,
burgundy, loaded, 32FT, 2004 Travel
leather, 22K miles, Trailer New Awning,
On-Star, excellent con- Good Condition,
edition, $19,900. Call $10,500 OBO.
389-2014 398-5683


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant for
Award Chevrolet, would like
S to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


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    2003 Chevy
    Silverado K1500 Ex-
    tended Cab 4WD,
    $12,000 Call
    682-6524 and ask for
    Kelly.

    For Sale Classic 1978
    Ford Pickup, all original,
    short wheel base step
    side, outside has been re-
    stored, including paint
    job and new wooden
    bed. 6 cylinder, 300 au-
    tomatic, runs great needs
    inside paint lob. Needs
    seat cover and dash
    cover, doors need adjust-
    ing, all numbers match.
    Must sell sell due to ill-
    ness with wife. $3500
    Cash. 537-8759 and
    leave name and number
    can be seen at 5378 W.
    Dodson Rd in Baker.

    Ford Ranger
    Edge 2004
    Extended cab. Excellent
    condition.
    850-368-8636



    8210

    2002 Action Craft
    21'W/Trailer
    $12,060 Call
    682-6524 and ask for
    Kelly

    For Sale, 2002 15' In-
    dian River Ganoe, with
    trailer 2 live wells and 2
    swivel seats $850 firm,
    334-858-3504

    GET READY FOR
    SUMMERTIME
    FUN!







    2002
    Chaparral
    Sunesta
    Deck Boat
    240 hrs, 5.0 Merc
    Cruiser, runs 45 MPH,
    salon enclosures.
    Immaculate condition!
    Many, Many
    Extras
    Want to pay $55,000
    & up'for new or
    SAVE MONEY
    Asking
    $30,000
    with extras &
    trailer.
    MUST SEE
    TO BELIEVE!
    Call 259-7143


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    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2007


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    WITH HIS FAMOUS
    SWAMP RAT 8
    Get your autographs by BIG DADDY himself.


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    GET YOUR PHOTO
    TAKEN WITH THE
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    9AM to 12PM 1PM to 3PM


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    07 MALIBU
    SEDAN
    PW, P, CR, L, AMW D


    MSRP $17,710 -$1,932
    SALE PRICE S 15,778
    Trade Assist $ 500
    MUst trade In' 1 5 or nower model $
    $15,278


    07 IMPALA
    LS 4 DOOR SEDAN
    PW, P, CRn,T, AMFCD


    MSRP $19,250 -"$SS, "2,345
    "SALE PRICE $19,250
    Trade Assist $ -500
    . 18 7 '0 n T..
    $18,750


    07 CORVETTE
    COUPE


    $429520


    -N W- #11242 R #"1 -1
    THE ALL NEW THE ALL NEW
    07 SILVERADO SA,4PRIC" ,528 07 SILVERADO
    1500 2WD CREW CAB OM""'d.o'S.' s -1,000 1500 2WD REGULAR CAB
    $23,528 AUT,V,,AC


    MSRP $19,730 "'=SX-$1,884
    SALE PRICE $17,866
    Trade Assist .-1 000
    M.[t trade In'99 or newer m ld I
    $16,866


    07 HHR LT
    COUPE
    PW, PL, CR,TAMFMCD,REMOTE STARTALUM WHEELS


    MSRP 1l9,420 "'"=I;. -s2,347
    SALE PRICE $ 17,046
    Trade Assist $ -500
    $16,546


    07 EQUINOX
    Automatic
    Auto, V, Crulise,'lt, PW, PL, AlmWheels,AM FM CD

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    $20,154 AUTO,,AC AC $11, (


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    ward CRESTVIEW 682-2731
    SET FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
    CHEVROLET 4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW
    Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates, bonus cash and discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
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