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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 2007
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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High students Alex Callich and Brittany Dutton are
pictured studying during their AP language class.


A trail
Locals uncover
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL - Tracy Curenton never
thought a recent hiking trail she'd blazed into
the woods would lead to the discovery of part of
the area's past.
But during a well-earned after-dinner family
walk last Thanksgiving, Tracv's cousin, Dr. Don
Kelly, realized the new trail came close to a
moonshine still he'd stumbled on in the mid-
1960s.
While studying at Okaloosa-Walton Junior
College, Kelly, a Crestview native and now a
veterinarian in Marianna, was staying with his
grandmother. Allie Lee Campbell, who lived
next door to the present-day Curenton home.
A now obliterated logging road then ran into
the woods through her property.
Using the road to access the deep woods, a
pair of bootleggers set up a still near a spring
adjacent to the Curenton farm on land belong-
ing to Morris Rogers.
Kelly said he had heard rumors of the opera-
tion.
"In the generation before mine, moonshining
was very commonplace," he said. "But as it
faded, the remaining stills became a novelty."
' His curiosity led him to seek out the still
rumored to be in operation near his grandmoth-
er's farm. .
While Kelly was hunting in the woods one
evening in about 1965, he happened near the
still.
Hearing the moonshiners' voices, he decided
he'd joke with them.

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"Just playing around I shouted, 'Don't any-
body move!' like a revenuer. It got real quiet,"
kelly related, "and suddenly I imagined them
shooting at me, so I shouted, 'No! No! It's just
bne!'"
The still he rediscovered last Thanksgiving
had operated for about two years in the mid-
1960s.
' By then, moonshiners had grown more
sophisticated and had switched from wood to
gas to boil their mash. Gas gave off less smoke,
which frequently disclosed a still's location to
authorities. B
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AP classes

on the rise
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW - About four years ago, Crestview High School
teachers made a commitment to increase their advance placement
program of 65 students.
Today, more than 480 high school students are enrolled in the pro-
gram. And many take multiple AP classes, said CHS Assistant
Principal Jason Driv'er, See STUDENTS, 3A
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Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - The coming of
spring-like weather brings the
inevitable ascent of fuel prices -
and the equally inevitable outcry:
"It's a conspiracy!" "It's price-fix-
ing!" "The president ought to do
something!" "Taxes should be cut!"
The Internet buzzes, the rumors


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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
ertie Ann Curenton explains how local moonshiners operated in the Yellow River area as
er daughter, Tracy, looks on. The Curentons stand at the remains of an old still site near
their Laurel Hill home.


the print edition. Expect to see big
changes to the look of the site in
upcoming months. Here's what's new
this week
* Old Spanish Trail Festival Parade
* GFWC Woman's Club of Crestview
fashion show highlights
* Trek back to a local moonshining still
* Building a new PAWS shelter


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2A I Crestview News Bulletin


An afternoon of fun and fashion



The GFWC
Crestview
Woman's Club
held a fashion show
Saturday, complete
with a derby hat
contest. Here's a
look back at the
event.


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Although she admitted she didn't make the hat Judy Brackett took home the award for "most unique"
herself, Jo Ellen Turner still turned heads at hat. She said she put it together at the last minute.
the Woman's Club fashion show.


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Christy Allen, 12, entertained guests at the fashion
show with her skill on the trumpet before enjoying
the rest of the event in the audience.


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The Dazzling Divas sported their signature red hats and purple outfits
for the event. Mary Bell, Paula Barnhart and Donna Shankle enjoyed
seeing the fashions available at local stores.


Festival falls below record


Leslie Fike
Freedom Florida Newspapers

CRESTVIEW-The bodies
were few and far between at"
this year's Old Spanish Trail,
Festival. ,,,. . , '
"It (attendance) was down
tremendously from the years
passed," said Old Spanish
Trail Festi\ al Committee
President Junior Cox. "Both
Friday and Saturday night
were down considerably.'
The low turnout may
be the result of committee
members having less time
to advertise the event
than they did last year,
Cox said.
Otherwise, he couldn't w'
�pinpoiht a reason to why
this year's festival crowd fell
below 50 percent of last
year's participation of about
6,000 people, which includes
those who attended the
parade, canoe race, carnival
and nightly entertainment.
The unexpected and
severe drop in numbers
means the committee will
have to work extra hard to
raise money and promote for
2008, said Cox.
"Hopefully we'll get some


younger blood in the ..com-
mittee who can spend time
promoting the event," he
added.
Meanwhile, the Old
Spanish Trail treasure was.
reported missing from its
hiding spot Mo'nday at noon'
by. its official hider and clue
giver, who wishes to remain
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"The treasure has gone
missing or been taken," said
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The popular annual hunt
was to end last Saturday at
midnight, as it does every
year, Jones said;
But when no one claimed
the treasure, the committee
decided to extend the dead-
line to 5 p.m. this Friday in
hopes that, with one final
clue, someone would find if.
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Whoever took the marker,
clearly inscripted with its
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According to Bill Barnhill.
a former president of the fes-
tival committee, this isn't the
first time the treasure has
been taken and not immedi-
ately claimed. It's happened
several times in previous
years.
In 1987 or 1988 before
the Old Spanish Trail Park's
current pavilion and stage
were built, residents failed
to find the treasure. which
was hidden under an old
abandoned television located
behind the park's old pavil-
ion stage, Barnhill said.
"I'm hoping that someone
will still come forward with
it," Cox said.
But it's uncertain whether
the person who found it
knows what he or she has.
To collect the grand prize
and join the long, list of the,
treasure hunt's previous
winners, the unknown resi-
dent has to take the marker


to the city clerk's office by 5
p.m. Friday and have it veri-
fied.


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STUDENTS, continued from 1A


As a result of the pro-
gram, more CHS graduates
are being accepted to the
University of Florida and
Florida State University
because they're better candi-
dates with the classes than
without, he added.
"Over a quarter of the stu-
dent body is now involved
in the AP program, and we
anticipate next year we'll be
even higher than that," he
said.
One of the reasons the
program has grown is its AP
elective courses that aren't
required for graduation.
Students enroll in them any-
way out of mere interest,
Driver said.
The students know an AP
history class or AP English
class can better prepare them
for college and put them one
step ahead of other fresh-
men.
"They're stepping up to
the challenge," Driver said.
"If you can make it in an AP
class, you've increased the


likelihood of being success-
ful at the next level."
Between this week and
next, more than 900 tests will
be administered to CHS stu-
dents wishing to receive col-
lege credit for their AP
coursess.
To provide an adequate
environment and to comply
with college standards for
the rigorous testing process,
the school will administer
several of the exams for
groups of more than 100 at
the Crestview Community
Center.
A few classrooms will
also have to be displaced to
administer tests to smaller
groups.
Due to the class size
reduction amendment, a
maximum of 25 students can
test in any room at one time.
To keep the traffic down,
only one hall of rooms will
be utilized with two tests -
one at 8 a.m. and one at noon
- given each day, Driver
said.


"We want the students
testing in the best environ-
ment," he added.
It was just a few years ago
that CHS only needed to uti-
lize two of its classrooms,
Driver recalled.
But to meet College Board
standards this year, use of
the community center is a
must.
According to the rules,
there can be no use of round
tables and all students must
face the same direction and
be a certain distance from
one another.
Each test is about $82 and
comes out of the school's
funds. This year, CHS bud-
geted to pay an estimated
$60,000 to administer the
tests.
"The impact on the school
and the number of students
involved is getting as big as
FCAT," Driver said. "We
anticipate being well over
1,000 students next year and
I would guess that many
tests as well."


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It's a left- or (depending
on your political inclination)
right-wing plot to further the.
causes of (again, your choice).
tree-hugging environmental-
ists, or administration oil
cronies.
Though convenient to
place the blame for high gas
prices on such simplistic
(usually erroneous) causes,
the real reasons are not much
more complex.
We're addicted to gas.
Driving our personal vehi-
cles along ever-expanding
stretches of concrete is popu-
larly perceived as the nearest
thing to an American entitle-
ment not enshrined in the
Bill of Rights.
The price we pay at the
pump is affected by several
factors:

Legal Mandates
Jim Burns, director of
petroleum for Tom Thumb
stores, says there is a sub-
stantial force that rivals
demand in driving up
the cost of fuel in the
warmer months.
"Much of the
increased cost is due to
government regula-
tions," he explained.
"There's a different
blend of fuel required for
the summer and it's
more expensive to pro-
duce at the refinery. It's
more of a cost factor than
increased tourist traffic
and demand."

Supply
If fuel barges can't cruise
the Intracoastal Waterway
between the refinery in
Pascagoula, Miss., and the
terminal in Niceville,
demand becomes greater
than supply. As seen during
hurricanes, sending tank
trucks to out-of-state
pipeline terminals to pick up
and bring back fuel drives
the cost up.

Taxes
Between federal taxes
($.184 per gallon), state,
county and local option taxes
(including the $.062 State
Comprehensive Enhanced
Transportation System Tax),


we pay $.479 in taxes for each
gallon of gas we pump in
Okaloosa County.
That's more than $7 for a
15-gallon fill-up.
The popular "cut taxes"
bellow heard each time gas
prices nudge up equates
with "cut repairing, building,
widening and expanding our
roads, highways and
bridges," because that's
where most gas taxes go.
As for rumors and popu-
lar myth, there's very little
truth to what we'd like to
believe causes the pain in our
wallets whenever we gas up.

Price Fixing
We know that every Tom
Thumb store will have the
same gas price, and every
Fill-Ups' store has its own
price.
Most consumers know
that Tom Thumb stores gen-
erally sell gas cheaper than
Fill-Ups stores.
Most of the time, the coin-



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is nothing!" he cheerfully
declared as he filled up his rental
SUV.


cidence is no more cause for
suspicion than the fact that a
pack of red twists sells for
the same price at the
Crestview Wal-Mart as it
does at the Fort Walton
Beach Wal-Mart.
American storeowners are
allowed to set their own
prices for their products.,
Bums explained Northern
Okaloosa County's some-
times-higher fuel price in
two words: "transportation
cost."
It's pricier to haul gas to
Crestview than' to Fort
Walton, which is closer to
Niceville's fuel terminal, he
said.


Gas Boycotts
An issue often stuck in the
consumer craw is the prove-
nance of our gas.
Boycotts of particular
brands are occasionally sug-
gested to teach a lesson to
foreigners, refiners or ven-
dors with whom we are dis-
pleased.
In Okaloosa County, our
boycott choices are limited,
because almost all of our gas,
no matter the brand, comes
from one source: the
Chevron refinery in
Pascagoula, Miss.
In February, the latest
month for which the Energy
Information Administration
lists import statistics, the
Pascagoula refinery's crude
came from Trinidad, Nigeria,
Mexico and Venezuela.
It then all gets refined
together.
(What makes it uniquely
Exxon, Chevron, Citgo, BP,
etc., are the brands' respec-
tive additives, mixed inside
the tanker trucks en
route. to the local gas
pump. According to
Tom Thumb's Jim
Burns, additives
t amount to about 12
ounces per 2,500 gal-
lons.)
t If you want to show
your lack of support to
S a specific country, ride
your bike. It's impossi-
ble to tell exactly where
the crude came from.

Money-saving tips
* Plan and consoli-
date your trips. Do all your
shopping, bank errands, hair
salon and drug store running
in one big trip.
* Carpool. To and from
your kids' schools, Eglin,
local hospitals and other
large employers.
* Maintain your vehicle.
It's amazing how just prop-
erly inflating your tires,
changing your oil and clean-
ing/replacing your filters
can make a vehicle more effi-
cient.
* Drive a vehicle sized
appropriately to your needs.
If you just want to drive a
huge vehicle, expect a huge
price at the pump.


PAST, continued from 1A


Shortly after Kelly dis-
covered the still, the author-
ities did the same.
Today all that remains are
the still's rusting vat and
eight 55-gallon drums in
which rye or. wheat mash
was fermented. (Rye and
wheat fermented faster than
corn.)
All of the components
had been pierced by rev-
enuers' axes, and left in
place along with a few
smashed buckets and bits of
hose.
Morris Rogers wasn't
aware of moonshiners oper-
ating on his land, "though


everybody knew about them
being in the area," he said.
It wasn't until he was
herding cattle in the 1980s
that he finally found the
still.
"I accidentally drove the
cows right through it," he
chuckled.
After Easter Sunday din-
ner at the Curenton's, Kelly
led several friends and fam-
ily along the path to see the
still.
"We knew that still was
back there somewhere," said
Tracy Curenton, who
cleared the trails as exercise
paths for her mother, Bertie


Ann Curenton, and her own
daily constitutional. "We
just didn't know where it
was.
"I was just making a trail
down to Spring Allie Lee,
where Mama used to picnic
as a little girl. I never knew
it went right by the still."
That was until Don Kelly
hiked the path last
November and recognized
the terrain.
These days, their morn-
ing hikes not only keep the
Curenton women healthy,
one route also takes them
past a little bit of Okaloosa
County heritage.


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4A OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
May 9, 2007


Notes

from the

Capitol
Dear Friends,
As we reflect on this year's
legislative session, I want to
take the opportunity to thank
the members of the Florida
House and Senate for their
hard work and dedication.
Under the leadership of
Senate President Ken Pruitt
and House Speaker Marco
Rubio, this group of men and
women has listened and
responded to the needs of
Floridians.
The People's Legislature:
With a bipartisan spirit, the
Legislature has tackled many
important issues - property
insurance rates, the Anti-
Murder Act, teacher bonuses,
protecting our natural
environment, and much
more. We will attract more
high-wage businesses to
Florida and strengthen the
Florida film and entertain-
ment industry, as well as
other high-tech businesses.
We will encourage adoption,
so that every child will have
an opportunity to live in a
loving, safe and permanent
home. Students will be bet-
ter equipped for success in
school, in our economy and
in life.
Florida Leads the Way:
Florida will continue to lead
the way in election reform by
having a paper trail for votes
castin Florida elections.
Florida voters will have an
election system, they can
believe in, and an earlier pres-
idential primary will put
Florida in its rightful place -
near the front of the line in
determining the next leader
of the free world.
Next Stop: Property
Taxes: The Legislature will
return to Tallahassee in sev-
eral weeks to finish the busi-
ness of lowering property
taxes. I remain optimistic,
that this ta\ reduction will
happen this year - and that
Floridians will get relief.
Between now and the begin-
ning of the special session on
June 12, we need to hear from
you. Your letters, e-mails
and stories remind us that e
must be vigilant to lower
property taxes - and lower
them significantly

May God continue to bless the
great state of Florida,

Charlie Crist

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Parade driving not for the faint of heart


One of the things I love
about my job is that I literally
learn something new every
day.
On Saturday that some-
thing was this: It's a lot hard-
er to drive in a parade than it
looks.
Not surprisingly, I discov-
ered this truism while
attempting to drive the
Crestview News Bulletin van
in Saturday's Old Spanish
Trail Festival Parade.
First off, I should confess
that I take no pride in my
driving skills. I'm easily dis-
tracted and therefore am
always willing to let someone
else take the wheel. In fact, if
I ever strike it rich, I'm going
to hire a chauffer to take that
responsibility off my plate.
But there were no chauf-
fers available on Saturday, so
I reluctantly climbed aboard
the big white van and
attempted to ease it out of the
Bulletin parking lot.
Keep in mind that this is
no minivan we're talking
about; When you're behind
the wheel, the big, white


behemoth
drives
like a
school
bus. I was


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nervous
to say the least.
Once the parade began, I
quickly realized that I was
going to have to be extremely
careful as I navigated around
the little ones who darted
into the street in search of
candy, beads and other trin-
kets. Unfortunately, I was so
intent on looking to my. left
and my right that I sort of
neglected that area right in
front of me, which in this
case was occupied by a large
float carrying the Old
Spanish Trail Festival's
queens and kings.
Rule Number One of
Parade Driving: Never
assume that you're always
going to be moving. For some
reason, the traffic in a parade
is like the traffic on State
Road 85 on the Friday before
Memorial Day. You start; you
stop. You inch ahead a little,
and then you stop. Unfortu-


nately, at
one point
I didn't
notice
that'the


queen-
laden float in front of me had
stopped until I almost made
contact with it.
I slammed on my brakes,
managing to avoid taking out
the float, but sending Bulletin
staff writer Brian Hughes fly-
ing.
Brian, who's been around
the world and traveled on
everything from a zeppelin to
a pack mule, was nearly eject-
ed from the back of the
Bulletin van into the path of a
pink Volkswagen convertible
carrying another pageant
queen.
"I really wouldn't have
minded getting run over so
much if it hadn't been a pink
Volkswagen," the unflap-
pable Brian replied. "That's
such an undignified way to
go."
While I was concerned for
Brian's welfare, I was mainly
relieved that we hadn't rear-


ended the queens' float. For
one horrible moment, I'd had
visions of tiara-clad young
women hurtling through the
air.
"At least we'd be right on
the scene to cover it," the
intrepid Brian remarked.
I was not consoled.
We managed to make it
through the rest of the parade
without incident. We even
managed to complete the
route without running out of
candy, which leads me to
Rule Number Two of
Parade Driving: When you
think you've bought enough
candy for the parade, buy
more. Lots more. I learned
this lesson the hard way,
after running out of candy
during the first Crestview
Christmas parade that I par-
ticipated in.
So what have I learned
from this experience? I think I
can sum it up with Rule
Number Three of Parade
Driving: Whenever possible,
beg someone else to do it,
and offer to toss candy
instead.


Why I opposed Bill H.R. 1592


Over the past few weeks I
have received hundreds of
letters and phone calls from
constituents asking me to
oppose H.R. 1592, the Local
Law Enforcement Hate
Crimes Prevention Act of
2007. This bill has been intro-
duced in past Congresses
and I have never supported it
because it would not help the
American people. In fact, it
would divide our nation.
Specifically, the bill
authorizes the U.S. Attorney
General to provide any assis-
tance in criminal investiga-
tion or prosecution of a hate
crime considered to be a vio-
lent crime under federal code
or a felony under state, local,
or tribal laws. In order for the
action to be considered a
"hate" crime under this bill,
there only has to exist a pos-
sibility that it was motivated
by a prejudice based on the
victim's actual or perceived
race, religion, ethnicity, gen-
der, or sexual orientation.
There is also a provision
focusing on crime committed
by and against juveniles, yet
a provision for the elderly


and many
other groups
is noticeably
absent, as
well as no
mention of
our men and
women in
uniform.


The 14th Amendment of
our Constitution provides
that no state shall "deny to
any person within its juris-
diction the equal protection
of the laws," yet the federal-
ization of all state and local
laws dealing, with violent
crime, proposed by this bill,
will eliminate that equal pro-'
tection. If there is a percep-
tion that the crime was moti-
vated by,a hatred of a certain
group outlined in the bill,
this crime receives more
attention than a random act
of violence against any other
person. Passage of this hate
crime legislation would
specifically offer many vic-
tims of crime less protection
under the law as it classifies
people into separate groups.
The federal government
would be strengthening a


sense of segrega-
Miller tion and perpet-
Report eating discord
between these
Jeff separate groups
of people, and at
Miller the same- time
jeopardizing the
ability of states
to create and enforce their
own laws.
Those grave problems are
just the beginning: the Local
Law Enforcement Hate
Crimes Prevention Act also
opens the door to infringing
on that very fundamental
right upon which this nation
Was founded'"- the right 'to
free speech. This bill actually'
allows " law enforcement' to
treat .individuals differently
based on a person's percep-
tions, whether or not that
was the person's motivation.
That's right - it paves the way
for "thought crime."
Individuals in this country
may not always be tolerant of
people different from them,
but a building block of this
nation was to allow a differ-
ence of opinion among all
people. .Under this legisla-I


tion, one person can allege
that another person of differ-
ent opinion is practicing
"hate speech," when in fact
both people are exercising
their right to disagree.
Churches, teachers, and any-
one who believes in the free-
dom provided under the
Constitution should easily
see a need for concern.
For these reasons, on May
3 I voted against the Local
Law Enforcement Hate
Crimes Prevention Act ,of
2007. Violent crime is a
tragedy, and every single
instance should be prosecut-
ed � nd punished to the
fullest extent of the law.
This'bill does the opposite.
This bill says it doesn't think
everyone deserves equal
rights. This bill says it does-
n't think states can uphold
the laws they make. This bill
says to be careful of what you
think and say because it
wants to limit freedom of
expression. The problems are
numerous, obvious, and dan-
gerous, and legislation such
as this is not the duty of
Congress.


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Crestview News Bulletin I 5A


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007 LOCAL


Remembering is part of


John Parrott


Although the crowd was
small, the service for
Covenant Hospice's "A
Remembrance Celebration"
Sunday was nonetheless
poignant and solemn.
What started out nearly
14 years ago as a church
service has evolved into a
nondenominational com-
munity outreach and heal-
ing for those who have lost
loved ones.
The first question often
asked is why? Why did my
loved one die so young. Or
why did they have to die?
And the answer is always
difficult. But Charlotte
Eschmann, a mental health
counselor and bereavement
specialist with Covenant
Hospice, must answer in a
way that brings some


understanding and accept-
ance to the loss.
"I went through this
same process with my own
mother, and my job is
rewarding and fulfilling
because it is part of my min-
istry," Eschmann said.
The remembrance cere-
mony is also designed to bring
people together who can relate
to the problems that come with
these losses.
It may be as simple as ask-
ing advice on how to fill out a
particular form, or it could be
something far more complicat-
ed. The ceremony becomes an
outreach, a point of contact and
center of shared information
and renewed hope.
Standing in the center of
the room was a simple, but
elegant, memory board
where photographs,
mementos and letters were


taped.
Many were for young
boys and girls, and even
small children. Eschmann
said those losses leave scars
that never heal completely.
The photographs leave a
stark and sad reminder that
death is simply part of the
cycle. But it is also why peo-
ple like Eschmann, Rita
Preston, and Pat Dingess
give untiringly and are
devoted to those who hurt
and need comfort.
There was a moment dur-
ing the hour-long ceremony
where Preston read the
names of the departed.
As the names were read,
several people dabbed their
eyes as they reflected upon
moments of happiness, joy
and sorrow.
One of the most emotion-
al moments came as local


healing
banker and business leader,
Dale Rice Jr, talked about his
father.
"Dad was my hero. He
was always there and there
was never a time I thought
he wouldn't be. But our
world changed forever
when we learned he was
dying."
Faye Todd, who sat for a
while in the church fellow-
ship hall after the service,
came to honor her late sister,
Ellen Sears.
"My mom and I are
thankful that Covenant
Hospice was there to guide
us through the difficult
process and take some of the
burden off our
shoulders,"she said, tears
forming in her eyes. "I don't
know what we would have
done without them,"


Anita Helton lights a candle during the Covenant Hospice
remembrance celebration Sunday at Victorious Life Worship
Center in Crestview.


New shelter could be 'purrfect' solution


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


LAUREL HILL - Until a few
weeks ago, the five-acre pas-
ture on the northwest corner
of New Ebenezer and T.E.
Rogers roads would occasion-
ally be abuzz with the sounds
of model aircraft in flight.
Now it's the sounds of a
cement mixer and construction
workers' tools that punctuate
the stillness of the property on
the fringe of Laurel Hill.
Soon those sounds will be
replaced by the happy woofs,
purrs and neighs of rescued
animals.
Under a U.S. Department of
Agriculture Rural
Development grant secured by
the city of Laurel Hill, the
Panhandle Animal Welfare
Society,, better known as
PAWS, is raising their long-
anticipated northern Okaloosa
County facility.
The shelter, which upon
opening will employ four ani-
mal control officers and kennel
workers, will feature '16
fenced-in runs that can hold
up to three dogs each. Two
indoor cat rooms will accom-


modate stray felines.
The new shelter "will sig-
nificantly impact all of the ani-
mals" under the society's pro-
tection throughout the county,
said PAWS director of animal
services Dee Thompson-
Poirrier.
With the added space,
"we'll be able to hold on to an
animal longer if we think it's
not a stray," she explained.
The current maximum time
an animal can be sheltered is
five days.
"We can hold them longer if
we think an owner is looking
for them,"Thompson-Poirrier
added.
PAWS is enthused about
having a shelter at the north-
ern end of the county for sev-
eral reasons.
With a shelter nearby,
northern county residents
won't have to drive all the
way to Fort Walton Beach to
turn in a stray or unwanted
pet.
"People won't just drop an
animal off in someone's yard,"
Thompson-Poirrier said.
Having a shelter so far
'inland will be an advantage in
the event of a hurricane.


"It will give us more space
to move our animals inland
from Fort Walton," she said.
The rural setting's extra
acreage will prove a boon
when larger animals, such as
livestock, are rescued.
"Last week we had a goat
and a horse at the shelter" in
Fort Walton, said Thompson-
Poirrier. They took up so much
room PAWS didn't have
enough space for smaller pets,
she added.
Part of the new facility
almost fell victim to budget
cuts that followed increased
construction expenses in the
wake of Hurricane Katrina.
But thanks to the generosity
of the building's contractor, an
open pole barn will still be
erected on the site as original-
ly planned. Mike Josey
Construction of Crestview is
donating the $10,000 building.
"It looked like we were
going to have to cut back" on
the added barn, said
Thompson-Poirrier, "and he
(Josey) wouldn't hear of it."
With the scheduled 120-day
construction period, PAWS is
expecting to open the Laurel
Hill shelter by mid-June.


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6A I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


BEAT
with Chayne Sparagowski


Crestview High School will not
be the same next year. The school
will be completely different, that is
for sure.
BAM, BAM, BAM!
The first major changes involve
CHS's interior. Currently, our hall-
ways are painted a light blue and
creamy white. These colors have
absolutely nothing to do with our
school, and honestly, I'm not sure
why those colors were chosen in
the first place. They will be paint-
ed red and white over the sum-
mer.
BAM, BAM, BAM!


Next year will not just be all
cosmetic changes, though it may
seem that way. The classrooms at
CHS are going to be completely
renumbered. Crazy idea? No, the
current classroom numbering is
according to when CHS was built
- with the lower digits being the
oldest part of the school.
We've learned that the best
way to find out where you're
going is to say where Mrs. So-and-
so's room is, rather than tell them
room 30, and them have no due
where that is.
BAM, BAM, BAM!


The sounds of change at Crestview High
Well, just size lunchroom. familiar to me as that is all I have tnied their best to continue on, ar
when you BAM, BAM, BAM! heard in one of my classes, for the to teach, with all of this going o1
thought that Driving past CHS, you may past two weeks! With the school year closing:
nothing too have noticed the construction tak- Even after all this time of lis- just over a week, and this time
e tevn, brs'n zaddino losnc tenino to- tihe noise. you are still the year being crucial why didr


drastic was
going to occur to the order and
normalcy of CHS, it does. On top
of all the activities in changing
within the school already, most
teachers will also be changing
their room location.
Teachers will be grouped
together by subject, which is a
great idea!
BAM, BAM, BAM, BAM!
Another long overdue change
will come in the form of our eating
"habits." Instead of splitting the
enrolled students into varied
lunch shifts, two classrooms are
being converted into an expanded


mg piace. iney g gL,^16 .V I
overdue additional classrooms
onto a hallway to make room for
another increase in fall enroll-
ment..
Have you wondered why I've
been repeating the words "BAM,
BAM, BAM!"? I have a good rea-
son. That sound is echoing
through my head due to these
changes. That sound has become


distracted, and at times will even
jump if there's been any kind of
lull in the noise, and then it
resumes!
This probably wouldn't be too
big of a deal to teachers and stu-
dents if it were at a different time
of year - but not when we're
preparing for some major exams.
But our CHS instructors have


nd
n.
in
of
s't


the Okaloosa County School
Board vote to begin work AFTER
school was out for the summer?
After all, we do have two more
weeks in our summer vacation
this year! And doesn't it make
more sense not to be a distur-
bance to teachers and students? I
bet all this would not be happen-
ing during FCAT!


Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year earns cash gift


Surrounded by her students, Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year Cynthia Eastman receives a check
for $1,000 from Wal-Mart Supercenter Manager Jon Kurpil. (photo by Brian Hughes)


CRESTVIEW - Davidson
Middle School science
teacher Cynthia Eastman
was surprised Tuesday
morning when principal Beth
Walthall and Crestview Wal-
Mart Supercenter manager
Jon Kurpil strode into her
classroom with a $1,000
check.
Following in-store nomi-
nations in February members
of the community - includ-
ing Eastman's students -


and review by a selection Eastman can now apply
committee of Wal-Mart for statewide Wal-Mart
employees, Eastman was Teacher of the Year, which
chosen out of all teachers in would then allow her to
northern Okaloosa County as advance to the national level
the store's Teacher of the Year. competition. Winning the top
While the $1,000 goes to prize would bring Davidson
the school, Eastman, sur- an additional $25,000 educa-
rounded by her students, tion grant from the retail
received a $100 Wal-Mart gift giant.
card to apply to supplies for As her students cheered
her classroom, a Teacher of and applauded, Eastman
the Year polo shirt and a cer- reminded them, "Hey, we're
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Ralph and Doris Milone of Crestview would
like to announce the engagement of their
daughter, Dominique Milone, to Jeff Hudgens,
both of Crestview. The groom elect's parents
are Gerald and Sharon Hudgens of Crestview.
Dominique is a graduate of Crestview High
School and received her certified dental
assistant degree from Okaloosa-Walton
College. She is employed with Dr. Sutton.
Jeff is a graduate of Crestview High School.
He has also earned a masters degree in
accounting from the University of West
Florida. He is employed by North Okaloosa
Medical Center as a chief accountant.
The wedding will be on October 27, 2007.


i OBITUARIES


Beatrice Kilpatrick
Beatrice Kilpatrick, age 65, of Crestview, passed away May 4,
2007 at North Okaloosa Medical Center. She was born in West
Virginia on Feb. 9, 1942 and moved here in 1988 from North
Carolina.
Mrs. Kilpatrick was an administrative assistant with the
Airborne Officers Training School in Fort Bragg, N.C. She was a lov-
ing wife, mother, and grandmother.
Beatrice was preceded in death by her parents, Henry Markley
and Jessie Hartman. She is survived by her husband of 22 years,
Michael Kilpatrick; daughters, Kathy Cayton of Fort Wayne,
Indiana, Teri Patterson of Broadway, N.C., Debbie Cooke, of
Moberly, Missouri, and Cristina Hutto of Crestview, Fla.; brother,
Raymond Markley of Michigan; sisters, Judy Beckley and Margaret
Hunter of Moundsville, W.V.; seven grandchildren, Steven, Erika,
Amanda, Erin, Seth, Kyle, and Alicia; and three great-granchildren,
Ainsley, Max and Travis.
The funeral service took place Sunday, May 6 at 6 p.m. at
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home, with a visitation held one hour


prior to the service. Burial took place at Barrancas National
Cemetery on Monday, May 7. Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home
was entrusted with the arrangements.

Annie Loraine Johnson
Annie Loraine Johnson, 76, of Baker, Fla., passed away on
Sunday, May 6, 2007 in a local hospital. She was born in Islandton,
S.C. Survivors include her husband, Bill Johnson of Baker; daugh-
ters, Anna Stanley of Charleston, S.C. and Marie Ard of Baker, Fla.;
brother Jimmy Murdaugh of Walterboro, S.C.; and a sister, Patsy
People of Beaufort, S.C. and three grandchildren.
The family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at
Crestview Memorial Funeral Home and funeral services were con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 8 in the chapel of Crestview
Memorial Funeral Home with the Rev. Dewayne Johnson officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the Pyron Chapel Cemetery.
Crestview Memorial Funeral Home was entrusted with the
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007


From Miami to Crestview: Seger's Aero

Corporation gets tour of the Hub City


Kelly Humphrey
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview is about as far
away from Miami as you can
get and still be in Florida.
But that didn't stop the
CEO of Seger's Aero
Corporation from bringing
about 75 of his employees to
the Hub City on Saturday to
take a tour of what could be
their new home in about 18
months.
Seger's, a high-tech compa-
ny that currently has a facility
at Bob Sikes Airport, is look-
ing to expand its operations in
Crestview. Over the next year
and a half, they are going to


construct a new facility to
house their growing operation.
"I'm already here,"
President and CEO Howard
Hadley explained during a
lunch break from the tour on
Saturday. "We flew our people
up this weekend so they could
get a sense of what it's like
here, and hopefully most of
them will want to relocate."
The group boarded two
buses on Saturday morning
and received detailed tours
guided by Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Wayne
Harris and chamber Past
President Lynn Yort of
Vanguard Bank.


During their lunch break at
the Crestview Community
Center, they heard presenta-
tions from local elected offi-
cials, including Mayor David
Cadle, City Council member
Linda Parker, and Okaloosa
County Commissioner Sherry
Campbell.
Jeff Scroggins of the
Okaloosa School District sang
the praises of area schools, and
several local real estate sales
people offered their services.
"It's going to be a bit of a
culture shock for some folks,
coming from Miami," Hadley
conceded. "But for many peo-
ple, Crestview is just what
they're looking for."


The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce and area merchants would like to
welcome Pensacola Pools to the Crestview area. The company held their rib-
bon cutting Friday, April 13, 2007 at their new location, 197 W. Oakdale Avenue.
You may contact Pensacola Pools at 682-4540.


CRESTVIEW - Hanging a memorial flag card on Crestview
Manor's new Memorial Wall, Mayor David Cadle challenged all
Crestview families and individuals to follow suit. "They are
doing some great things here," he said, affixing the card he
completed in honor of his recently deceased father.
"Purchasing the memorial cards doesn't cost a lot and every
penny helps the residents," said activities director Jo Griest.
Designed by floor attendant and "resident artist" Suzi
Weimorts, assisted by resident David Roper, the Memorial Wall
consists of a large American flag flanked by individual flag
cards purchased by family and friends of residents, as well as
members of the public. The minimum donation is $1 per card.
Donations will support the courtyard refurbishment and the
new "God's Corner" resident lounge and kitchen. To donate,
stop by Crestview Manor at 603 North Pearl St. (Photo courtesy
of Brian Hughes, Crestview News Bulletin)


Property tax
break for
seniors
On April 7, Gov. Charlie
Crist signed a bill into law
that will give low-income
seniors a property tax
break.
HB 333 implements a
constitutional amendment
approved by voters last fall
that increases the home-
stead exemption from
$25,000 to $50,000 for resi-
dents 65 and older whose
income does not exceed
$24,214 in 2007. This is on
top of Florida's standard
homestead exemption.
Currently, qualifying
seniors are receiving the
standard $25,000 exemp-
tion as well as an addition-
al $25,000 exemption from
the BOCC and all munici-
palities except Laurel Hill,
which only started levying
ad valorem taxes this year.
In order to catch up with
the other municipalities,
Laurel Hill will have to
grant the full $50,000
exemption to their seniors.


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007 LOCAL


Relayers raise $155,000 for cancer


ROTC Honor Guard snapped
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they faced were already hard-
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Proudly wearing the purple
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each had fought and won his
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cer survivor, as she called the
survivors to lead the first lap
around the relay track.
A carnival-like atmosphere
filled Old Spanish Trail Park
throughout the 18-hour relay.
Members of 24 teams from
area schools, businesses and
organizations walked the
track, passing cheering sup-
porters and inspirational and
informative signs with every
step.
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laps, did the most of any youth
participant. George Deshield
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laps of the track, the most of
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tunes. And there were plenty
of games.
Nearly $155,000 was raised
for cancer research, with the
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nate pervasiveness.
Nikolas Honore is now into
his third and final year of treat-
ment for acute lymphoblastic
leukemia, the most common
childhood cancer. When his
temperature suddenly rose
one night, his parents thought
he had acquired meningitis
from another student and took
him to the emergency room.
"The doctor said if I went
one more day, I would've
died," the 9-year-old said mat-
ter-of-factly.
While a typical child's
hemoglobin count is around 11
or 12, his was 3. Today Honore
is a responding well to his
monthly chemotherapy.
In September 1999, Mary
Tribble was diagnosed with
breast cancer after she discov-
ered a knot during a self-exam.
"I had just had a mammogram
six months before," she said.
A seven-year cancer sur-
vivor, Tribble is now an ACS
volunteer. "I tell people to
check their own breasts," she
said. ,"Don't just rely on a
mammogram because cancer
doesn't always show up. Early
detection will save your life."
Nikolas Honore and Mary
Tribble are living proof that
cancer is beatable. But both
remember well the fear and
anxiety when someone
receives a positive diagnosis.
Both willingly offer advice
to those just starting their bat-
tles.
"Try hard," Honore encour-
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It'll make you feel better, too."
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victims to reach out.
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family and friends to support
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1OA I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007


From staff reports


MAY

MT. ZION AME CHURCH
WOMEN'S DAY: The annual
Women's Day program will be
held May 13 at 11 a.m. with
guest speaker Evangelist Lula
Mae Mack of the Bronx, New
York. Everyone is welcome to
attend.
VICTORIAN TEDDY BEAR
TEA PARTY: On Saturday, May
12 from 2 to 4 p.m., the Heritage
Museum of Northwest Florida
will host a Victorian Teddy Bear
Tea Party for children ages 4 to 9.
Visit and enjoy afternoon
teatime, learn about Victorian
era traditions and the history of
the teddy bear (be sure to bring
your own).
The cost is $10 and $5 for
Heritage Museum members.
The Victorian Teddy Bear Tea
Party is part of the Museum's
Hands-On History series of his-
tory education programs for'
children and families.
The museum is located at
115 Westview Avenue in
Valparaiso. For more informa-
tion call 678-2615
CHAUTAUQUA THEATRE
AUDTIONS: The theatre will
hold auditions for Dearly
Departed, a comedy directed by
Mary Job on May 21 and 22 at
6 p.m.
The performance dates will
be July 26 to 29. For more infor-
mation call 892-9494.
"JOIN THE MARINES"
CLEANUP DAY: The public is
invited to "join the Marines" in


a cleanup day on Saturday, May
26 at 8 a.m. at the Milton
Cemetery, located on Beiryhill
Road.
Following the cleanup,
American flags will be placed
on veterans' graves. For more
information on how you can
help, call 623-4649.
A LOOK INTO THE PAST -
WW II: will be presented by the
Baker Block Museum and host-
ed by the Crestview Senior
Activity Center at Old Spanish
Trail Park on Friday, May 11 at
10 a.m. For more information
please call 689-3010 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
POSTAL FOOD DRIVE: On
Saturday, May 12, the National
Association of Letter Carriers
will host their postal food drive
to help local food banks restock
their pantries for hurricane sea-
son. .
Items needed include quick
meals like macaroni, spaghetti,
soups, canned meats, peanut
butter, canned juice, canned
fruits and vegetables and cereal.
Just place your food dona-
tion in your mailbox early
Saturday morning on May 12.
Your letter carrier will pick them
up during their regular mail
routes and deliver them to the
food banks, including Horizons
of Okaloosa and Walton County,
the Salvation Army, Sharing and
Caring of Crestview, the
Waterfront Mission in
Crestview, and other locations.
For more information, call the
United Way at 243-0315.
HURRICANE SEASON
CLASSES: The Red Cross is
offering home and safety train-


ing for hurricane season.
Prepare your kit, your house
and yourself should you need to
save a life.
Okaloosa courses include the
following: standard first aid
with CPR (adult, infant, child)
on May 12, 19, and 26; CPR
adult, May 10, 14, 17 and 29;
CPR for child and infant on May
11; pet first aid on May 18 and
26; CPR (adult, child, infant) on
May 22 and 24.
For more information or to
sign up, call 1-800-773-7620 or
visit the Web site at www.north-
westfloridaredcross.org.
"WIN A REEF" CONTEST:
The Emerald Coast .Reef
Association is hosting a Social
Saturday, May 19 at 7 p.m. at
LaRumbas Restaurant in
Niceville. Fishermen, divers or
those interested in reef building
in the Gulf of Mexico, join us for
an evening of fun and informa-
tion. The "Win a Reef" contest
winner will be drawn at this
Social. New ECRA members get
one free entry. Check out our
New FREE local fishing and
diving forum located at
www.ECReef.org.
To RSVP for the Social, con-
tact candy@valp.net.
"ART REFLECTIONS":
Come. see demonstrations, dis-
plays, and performances by
local arts organizations as well
as enjoy light refreshments at
the 4th annual Open House,
"Art Reflections" on Sunday,
May 20, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
This event is hosted by the
Okaloosa Arts Alliance and is
free and open to the public. It
will be held at Pasarda Hall,
17 Industrial St, Fort Walton


Beach.
ART EXHIBITS AT OWC:
Two new art exhibits, Arts &
Design Society 15th Regional
Juried Fine Arts Exhibition and
2006 Golden Brush Award
Winner - Anne Carothers, will
be on display May 13 to June 7
at the Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center
Galleries in Niceville on the
campus of Okaloosa-Walton
College. An artists' reception
and awards ceremony will be
held in the OWC Holzhauer and
McIlroy Galleries on Sunday,
May 13 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Both the opening reception and
the exhibits are free and open to
the public.
MAGNOLIA DAY:
Registration is now open for
Magnolia Day (for Army, Air
Force, Navy, Marine, Coast
Guard & Reserve spouses -
enlisted, officer, active duty and
retired) and Department of
Defense civilian employee
spouses
Magnolia Day has a registra-
tion fee of $10, which reserves
your space. Forms are available
at the Eglin enlisted club,
library, commissary, BX, hospi-
tal, Airman and Family
Readiness Center or at
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Spouses Club. Please contact
Belinda Manuel at (850) 651-
8728 or jnb3099@cox.net with
questions. ,
TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING MEETING: The
Okaloosa-Walton
Transportation Planning
Organization Meeting will be
Thursday, May 10 at 3 p.m. at
the Niceville Community
Center.
The public is invited to
attend.
FIRE FIGHTER FUND-
RAISER: The first annual Texas
Hold 'Em fund-raiser will be
held May 11 at Beef 0' Brady's
in Sandestin from 6 to 11 p.m.
The tournament is to raise
money for the South Walton
Professional Fire Fighter
Association. It is a $50 buy in;
no cash prizes will be awarded.
Prepaid Credit Cards and gift


cards will be used for first
through fifth place winners,
with prizes depending on the
amount of people playing.
Make reservations by the
March 9 deadline by calling
John at (850) 259-3567. The
tournament is sponsored by
South Walton Professional Fire
Fighters Association and Beef
0' Brady's.
PATIENT CHOICE
AWARD: Once again, the
Patient Choice Award will rec-
ognize the quality care, comfort
and compassion offered by the
nurses at North Okaloosa
Medical Center, honoring one
nurse in particular. This pro-
gram solicits input from the
community and will culminate
with one. nurse at North
Okaloosa Medical Center
receiving the Patient Choice
Award during Nurses' Week,
May 6 through May 12.
E-mail nominations to
kim_willis@chs.net or mail to:
Kim Willis, Marketing Director,
North Okaloosa, Medical
Center, 151 E. Redstone Ave.
Crestview, FL 32593, Fax: (850)
689-8487.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST:
The Kiwanis Club of Crestview
will hold their Pancake break-:
fast on Saturday, May 12 at the
new Coach-N-Four Restaurant
at 114 John King Road. Breakfast
will be served from 7 until 11
a.m. Admission is $5 per person,
and tickets can be purchased
from any Kiwanis Club mem-
ber.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood Center
will be hosting the following
blood drives in the Crestview
area:
*Today - Hurlburt Medical
Group - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. *
Thursday. May 10 - Eglin 78
PMEL and 46th Test Squad -
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. * Saturday,
May 12 - Wal-Mart Crestview -
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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 patri-
otic Americana favorites,
marches by Souza and more.
During intermission local
"Bluegrass" favorites "The
Sandy Bottom String Band" fea-
turing 2004 Fiddle Champion
Matt Miller will entertain.
BILLY BOWLEGS POKER
RUN: Sponsors are needed for
the ABWA Billy Bowlegs Boat
Poker Run on May 19. With the
generous support of the com-
munity through sponsorship of
this event, ABWA has been able
to award thousands of dollars in
scholarships to local high school
and college students over the
past years. If you would like
more information 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 registra-
tion 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 show-
room.
ONGOING
REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF
OKALOOSA SCHOLARSHIP:
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 aca-
demic year.
To be eligible a candidate
must meet the following require-
ments: Be admitted to Okaloosa-
Walton College; Have a history of
volunteer community service
and/or political involvement;
Have maintained a minimum 3.0
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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.
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 peo-
ple 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 documentation and
bring them 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 presenta-
tion on many interesting top-
ics.
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 information. Pre-regis-
tration 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
itffmtffih, 'if6iome'' eligibili-
ty and appointments.
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,
contact Carol Visalpatara at,
678-2615 or at
cvisalpatara@co.okaloosa.fl.ui
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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 infor-
mation, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan
Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMER-
ALD COAST: Adult and teen
volunteers are needed.
Volunteers serve in different
ways to assist both the patient
and the entire family. If you
are interested, but fear you
might be uncomfortable
working directly with
patients, let's explore other
areas of volunteerism such as
clerical, fund raising,
bereavement and public rela-
tions opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at
689-0300.
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and drugs, free and confiden-
tial help is available. All preg-
nant women are eligible for
priority substance . abuse
treatment 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-
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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 volunteers.
For more information,
please contact Yvonne Earle at
863-1530, extension 230.


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a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the
third Saturday from 10 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., with special tours
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NEWS &

NOTES


Mickey Andrews
coming to kickoff
banquet
Mickey Andrews, long-time
defense coordinator for the
FSU football program, will be
the guest speaker for the North
,Okaloosa Seminole Boosters'
annual kickoff banquet. The
banquet is scheduled for
Saturday, July 7 at the Azteca
Mexican Restaurant in
Crestview.
The banquet will start with a
social hour at 6:30pm followed
by a prime rib meal at 7:30pm.
A cash bar will be available.
Proceeds from the banquet
will be used for first time schol-
arships at FSU. Private dona-
tions are appreciated.
Tickets for the banquet are
$40 per adult and $20 per child
12 years of age or less. Checks
should be mailed to Ida Faye
Powell, club treasurer, at 5420
Cavalier Drive; Crestview,
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Coach Bob
. Kelly instructs
- .the Gators
A, during their
. -spring drills on
7 ;Monday in
Baker. The
-'Gators
finish up spring
training next
Tuesday.


Devon Ravine I
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Newspapers



SPRINGING INTO ACTION


Gators grinding it out on the

gridiron in spring football action


By RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers

. BAKER - Now in his-
third spring as head football
coach at Baker, Bob Kellogg
clearly has the Gators head-
ing in the right direction.
Kellogg's first season in
2005 got off to a slow start as
Baker didn't win a game.
But things took a turn for the
better last season as the
Gators went 6-5 and
returned to the playoffs as


District 1-2B runners up. A
week into spring practice
the Gator boss likes what he
sees.
"It was a good first
week," Kellogg said. "We
had a lot of enthusiasm. The
kids had a real good atti-
tude.
"It was a tough week to
tell a whole lot because three
days we were in shorts and
Friday was the first day we
were in pads."
Kellogg was pleased at


the way the players got after
each other their first day in
pads. Baker's senior class
last year wasn't very big, but
the players that are graduat-
ing later this month will be
sorely missed.
Offensive lineman Matt
Jordan. linebacker, quarter-
back Laine Barnhill, wide
receiver / running back
David Langston and tight
end/linebacker Ben Griffith
were not only good players,
but good leaders as well.
"We have to replace some
key seniors that were an
integral part of last year's
team," Kelloggsaid.,
"We're looking for a quar-


.terback. We've really got
nobody that's played quar-
terback and that's the big
position. That's probably the
big thing for us is to find
who the quarterback is
going to be."
Cameron . Domangue,
Josh. Rose and Norm
Rayford are battling for the
open quarterback slot.
Kellogg isn't complaining
about the players he has
coming back, though.
"We still have young
kids," he said. "We've got
Billy Whatmough coming
back, Cameron Domangue

See Springing, 3B


Saban could be a steal at Alabama


Maybe Alabama is getting a real
bargain with Nick Saban.
His $4 million annual salary pales in
comparison to the $4.5 million that the
-New York Yankees are paying Roger
Clemens per month. If Clemens gets a
start once every five days, then he will
average around five starts per month.,
That's $900,000 per start, and if
Clemens averages ,seven innings per
start, that's $128,572 per inning. Saban.
comes at a much fairer price.
His salary translates into $333,333
per month, nice work if you can get it.
The cost of living in college towns con-
tinues to rise, but I think Saban will be
just fine.
Let's break down Saban's salary
even further. If Alabama wins the SEC
Western Division champion and earns
a trip to the SEC championship game
in Atlanta and- eventually plays in a
bowl game, Saban will make $285,715
per game. Based on four quarters per
game, he will earn $83,333 per quarter.
That's a bargain considering what
Clemens will earn from the Yankees. I


SEC
� Insider

S' Scott
... j McKinney

wondered what else I could buy with
the $4 million that Saban will be paid
this year.
* We could buy 32,000 Nike college
footballs, the same balls used by col-
lege teams.
* We could purchase 30,000 rounds
of golf from one of the top courses
around the state.
* We could buy 80 luxury SUV's.
Saban comes at a price, yes. But, it is
not completely out of line.
Let's look at what Alabama will
have to do to earn enough money to
pay Saban's annual salary.
* Sell 1.6 milRon hot dogs, or ...
* Sell one million nachos, or ...


* Simply sell 80,000 single game
tickets.
None of these numbers are com-
pletely unreasonable. Alabama will sell
nearly 80,000 season tickets, which
covers Saban's salary five to six fold.
That's not even counting the seat
license fee that the school requires tick-
et buyers to pay. Add that back to the
total and there's another $20-$30 mil-
lion all together. Many from the aca-
demic side are already complaining
that no one is worth that type of salary,
not even Saban. They argue that col-
leges and universities are in place for
learning, not to be football factories.
However, football at most SEC
schools will generate millions of dol-
lars this fall, many of those being
directed to help support the academic
side. Without football and other key
sports, these universities would almost
be non-existent.
Imagine this ... there is no football
in the SEC. Do you think enrollment at

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SPORTS


2B I Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007


Darlington Raceway
Track length: 1.366 miles
Banking in turns 1, 2: 25 degrees
Banking in turns 3, 4: 23 degrees
Banking on frontstretch: 3 degrees
Banking on backstretch: 2 degrees
Seating capacity: 63,000


A LOOK AHEAD:
* What: Dodge Avenger 500
* When: 7 p.m. ET Saturday
* Where: Darlington Raceway
* TV: Fox


Why NASCAR is running


By RICK MINTER
Cox News Service
F rst, the good news. With
ESPN on board, NASCAR's
top racing circuits have got-
ten more attention than at any
time in the history of the sport.
The new Car of Tomorrow has
generated a new avenue for news
coverage. The cars, both old and
new, seem to be safer than ever.
Add that to the fact that one of the
sport's superstars, Jeff Gordon, is
having arguably his finest season,
and it all seems to add up to a
smooth ride.
But as NASCAR's traveling
troupe heads to Darlington for the
11th of 36 points races this season,
the sport is carrying some heavy
baggage it would like to shed.
Despite the early season.optimism
and close finishes in races, there
hasn't been much to lrag about.
NASCAR has been in damage con-
trol since Daytona, and several
factors, haveIhbi spnrt'. eyes a little
black'and puffy:
1. Two-tune Nextel Cup
champ Tony Stew% art says races
are rigged: Stewart dropped a
bomh hto-'e the rcce at TIlb:uisga
b, questioning NASCAR's "debris
on the track" cautions, saying the
real motive was to bunch the field
at the endl and pic: up the ia n. .
He com-
pared
NASCAR
racing to
pro
wrestling
and said of-
ficials had-
n't fairly
run a race
all year.
After a STEWART
scolding by
NASCAR at Tallaldel. Stewart re-


canted. But the damage was done.
Stewart, I'rout his pusiuon as one
of the -.port's top drivers, simply
had said what most race fans have
thought for years.
2. Chevy teams have de-
bunked the level-playing-field.,
talking point: It's not even cloe:
Chevrolet teams, particularly
;hose at Hendrick Motorsports,,
have pretty much driven away
from the competition. In the first
10 races, Hendrick drivers have
seven victories. Richard Ch ildres s'
Chevy driv-
ers have
two. Chevy
drivers hold
seven of the
top 10 spots
in the standing The new Car of
Tomorrow was supposed to level
the playing field. Earth to
NASCAR: It's not happening.
3. By throwing beer cans at
Talladega, rowdy fans make
the sport look tired: Alabama
fans gave NASCAR hlickers ever'-
where a black eye where, they pelt-
ed Jeff Gurdou's car with beer
catins after he- stupassed the late
iDale Earnh:iardt ,n the c-arel vir
torine list. The incident was le-
played on ntmierous sports shows.
Tatladega onicials announced that.
14 people are banned fiui'I buying
tickets to up-coming events. But
what if somebohndy else buys th
tickets for them"
4. T'rhe slide started at
Daytona ... with cheating:
Instead of momentum-buildbing
hype during NASCAR's "Super
Bowl," the headlines were domi-
nated by teams that c'heated dur-
ing qualifying Michael Waltrip, s
T,:otla team received record
penalties for using an unapproved
fuel additive. Ray Evernham's


Dodge teams were issued suspen-
sions and points penalties.
Waltrip hasn't qualified for a
race since Daytona.
Evei ri idunns i driv-ers are
strugglingg mightily in dihe
standings. And
NASCAR spent a red
faced week during its
biggest event.
5. Hmmm ... So
maybe it's not the
promotion. TV
ratings continue
to slide: NASC.R
Mficial-, blaniedl
last ycar's cd..cLi ,n
in TV ratings on a
laiLK of promotion
by NTBC. which
was leaving the
sport But thi
'ear's r.itings h:wy,
continued to umi inhtc.
according to nunhbers
posted orn the
Jiayskl corn racing Web
sitle - (.lowJv 11 froin ln. s
year's numbers for all but
two ra-'s Dale. Earnhatridt
Jr. thinks that moving rac-.s
from 1 p.m. was a mistake and
that the later Siatnlay starting
times - 2:30 p.m. one week; 3:30
p.m. the next; 5-30 p.m. th0o next
are causing the problem


Photo iiiustraion bt Co< News Service

UP AND COMING

A look at some of the young stars on the sport's horizon


Auburn grad steers into different career path


By RICK MINTER
Cox News Service
Just as college football fans
search the Internet to keep
abreast of \\ which high schools are
producing the future star quarter-
backs and wide receivers, race
fans watch their sport's feeder
circuits to see who mighr become
the next .Iefft Gordon or Tony
Stewart.
ARCA driver Marc Mitchell is
beginningto make some mo\es
on and off the track that have
many saying he 1U soon be racing
in one of NA SCA R's. elite divi-
sions.
Mitchell. from Tallahassee.
Fla., began racing on the asphalt
short tracks arowiud Iis liomie and
in Middle Georgia. But for a
while, he didn't look at racing as a
full-tune career so he enrolled at
Auburn Linnerstty, where last
year he received a degree in
building science.
But somewhere along the way
iti erllege, his, career course


changed from join ing
the family construe-
Lion business to fol-
lowing his racing
skills.
"I wasn't going to
school to be a race
driver," he said of his
course of study in col-
lege. "But [ kept r:.' -
ing while I was ini
school and got noticed
by a couple of people
while running ASA
and got into the AR'.\
�CtI"S. MITC
series. MIT
His schedule this
season calls for a limited ARCA
schedule of 12 races and two in
the Bus: h Series - at MIttlwauIee
and Meinphis. He's rahiig as a
teammate to Jeremy Clements.
and so far. despite racing against
drivers vwho compete in cars field
ed b3 Nextel Cup teams. the\ N'
more than holding their own.
In ARCAs season-opening 200-
miler at Daytona Internationral
Speedway thp yriingsters fin.


'Hkb ished second and
rhird - Mitchell
N ;- ahead of Clements -
to race winner Bobby
G'orhart
StlMitr hell foll',-wed
that with a strong
eighth-place run at
Nashville and blew an
engine .at Kansas.
To run as well as
they have against Cup
teams means a lot of
- r hard work by all the
parties moiolv\eli at the
CHELL Clenments famtilv shop
in Sparianhur. S.C.
'-We're doing everything in-
house. and I think we're doing a
good job to be able to comp'r-re
with the Cup teams that run
ARCA," Mitchell said.
Mitirhell pit:'hes in whenever
he can, even when the team iis en
route to the track He's gotten his
commercial driver's license,
which allows him to share driv-
ing duties with the team's truck
driiv rill Ionlg hauls,. s -hih ac ther


team's recent trip from
Slpartanburg to Kansas Speedway
-I drive so we can keep the
truck going," he said. explaining
that his time behind the wheel al-
lmr s the teams to comply with
laws inutLne die th e truckers
can be behind the wheel on long.
cross-couonti y trips.
Healso has a pilot liitense.
\which hr-e obtained througli a
class at Auburn.
That means he can fulfill his
sponsor obligations arid travel
back anid lbrth from the team
-hop to his home in Tall iacacee
without trnmg up too much time.
But that shouldn't be seen as a
sign that he's already living the
lde of ltuxur:.
"I just rent a plane right now
because I don t have a big pay-
check," he said.
But he's lust a few more strong
runs away from solving that prob-
lem.
"If we can continue to compete
and run well, then I feel like the
rest of it will work out," he -aidl


81MII an I I I II II I


Many drivers wont

sacrifice reputation

for a tarnished win

By RICKMINTER
Cox News Service
As NASCAR's Nextel C up Series heads to
Darlington Raceway, Cup drivers seem to be act-
ing a little more gentlemanly than they have in re-
cent seasons - at least while racing for the lead.
It has been especially true on the short tracks.
At Bristol, Jeff Burton was close enough to even
tual winner Kyle Busch in the closing laps to have
knocked him out of the way to win therace. But
he didn't.
At Martinsville the next week, Jeff Gordon was
faster than Hendrick Motorsports teammate
Jimmie Johnson at the end of
500 laps but d didn't wreck hinm,
even though he did pop him
with a couple of shots on the
rear bum per.
If Gordon had wanted to
spin him, the bumps would
have been delivered to the cor-
ners of the car Instead
In last week's 100-lap race at
Richmond, Busch and BURTON
Johnson swapped the top spot
in the closing laps w without knocking each other
around. Johnson prevailed Buttsch finished sec-
ond.
And even on the intermediate-size track at
Texas. Burton was careful not to crash Matt
Kenseth as he passed hitn for the lead in the latter
stages of the race.
Burton explained his philosophy in his post-
race interview.
"I am who I am." he said. "I've received some
criticism after Bristol for not being more aggres-
sive. And that's OK. I'm good with that.... I race
the way I race I think I've received more back
from other drivers because I've been courteous to
them Matt Kenseth would have driven me that
way, too."
Burton said that, despite what some might
think. winning isn't everything.
"To be perfectly honest. winning a race because
you knocked someone out of the way didn't mean
you were beer. It just meant you were willing to
give something away in an attempt to get the
win."
If Burton can't win fair and square. he'd just as
soon run second.
"When I wake up in the morning. I want to
know that we won the race," he said.' Knocking
someone out of the way is a little bit of pleasure
for about two minutes
But you didn't win the
S NEXTEL CUP race. You just give up
STA INGSI some integrity to win a
trophy. That's not what
1. Jeff Gordon I'm aboat, and that's
1. 691 leader not %ihat this team is
2. Jimmie Johnson about. We'regoing to
1,480; behind' -211 do it the right way.
3. Matt Kenseth We're going to lin
1.431; behind: -260 races with credibility
4. Denny Hamhin Right, wrong or indif-
1,359; behind: -332 ferent, that's who I
5. Jeff Burton am.
1,352; behind: -339 Gordon explained
6 Kyle Busch after MNartLnsvtlJe that
1,229; behind: -462 there's a difference in
7. Tony Steart good 'ol short-track
1,225; behind: -466 fender banging and
8. Kevin Harvick outright wieckbig
1,203; behind: -488 somehnson Hesai't do
9. Kurt Busch Johnson didn't do
1,198; behind: -493 n wrong in blocking him
1,198; behind-493 at times, and hedidn't
10. Clint Bowyer violatehisracuig
1,159; behind: -532 late his reaction
11 Carl Edwards Johnson's bumperng on .
1,131; behind: -560 Johnson's bumper.
12 Dale Earnhardt Jr. "rtmme did exactly
1, 118; behind--573. what ne needed to do, '
Gordon said. 'He made
his car really really
w ide. It was a great race, and I basically had to
wreck Iiu i to win it, and I'm not going to wreck
my teammate for a win. I tried to move himtt sever-
al times, but he's tough and he ran his line, did
what he needed to do.
"We had a much faster race car, but the best car'
doesn* alw.ay. win."


Catching up with


DENNY HAMLIN


Denny Hamlin, driver of the No.
11 Chevrolet for Joe Gibbs Racing
on the Nextel Cup circuit, had an
ainaLing rookie season last year.
winning twice and making the
Chase for the Nextel Cup. He's still
running strong in his sophomore
season, although he has had some
bad luck in recent races that has
kept him from capitalizing on a fast
car,; particularly in the races in
which the Car of Tomorrow has
been used. He r'cr-entl participated
in a teleconference with reporters.
including Rick Minter of Cox News
Service, to discuss the highs and
lews of the season:
On how he has reacted to
being in position to win week
after week without being able to
close the deal: "I can tell you that
I'm excited I'm competitive every
week. I'm a lot more competitive
this early in the season than I was
last year at this point. We've im-
proved on every single one of our
finishes from last year, I believe, ex-
cept for one. So, we're making


ga ins. [h i-it] evtry time it comes to
pit road. we have problems. If it's
not speeding, it's a loose wheel. . If
we could just race cut on the race-
track and not have to come in, you
know, we could have easily three or
four wins and they all could be in a
row right now. It's getting old. and
it's been frustrating. But I'm still
really happy that I can go to the
racetrack now and know that I'm a
top-two or top thr-e car every
time."

On. whether it's worth the ef--
fort to run the Busch races when
the companion Nextel Cup event
uses the Car of Tomorrow, a sce-
nario that limits the knowledge
that can be gained from running
the Busch race: "If it's a Car of
Tomorrow race, you really don't
gain anything. Right now, we're
just kind of going through the
schedule that we originally set out,
and it's what I wanted to do. I love
Busch racing, and I would become a
full-time Busch driver and quit Cup
if that's what one day had to hap-


NASCAR
Native Virginian Denny
Hamlin wears a Virginia Tech
cap in honor of those killed in
last month's shooting tragedy.
pen. I have no problem in that. It's
just right now, it is a little bit tough
to go back and forth, especially
when there's two different cars."
On the connection he feels as a
native Virginian to Virginia
Tech and the tragedy that oc-
curred there: "That really touched
everyone in the garage, not just the
Virginia drivers. Yeah, it might
mean a little bit more to us than it
does anyone else, but I don't think
there's anyone that didn't really
feel it. I had a lot of friends who did


go there and are still going there.
We've got to work through it, and
eventually we'll try to get it out fit
our minds. But we know deep in
our hearts the tragedy that hap-
pened, and it's my honor to carry
that logo 1i1 those gu'. n. [ui the
Riciunorid race]."

On whether his sophomore
season has been more challeng-
ing or easier than his rookie
year: "I'm going to a lot of these
racetracks for the second time in a
Cup car, and track time means a lot,
especially in the Cup Series. We de-
cided to run full-time Busch last
year to get even more track experi-
ence. This is the second year In Cup
and only third year in Busch, so I
don't have that much experience. I
think this year, I knew that I was
going to be a better driver than
what I was last year. We performed
our absolute best during the Chase
last year. So I knew we kind of had
an upswing. We just had to keep
that momentum going. Right now,
we're pretty much carrying it, and
hopefully we peak right around
Chase time."
On Jeff Gordon's poker skills,
based on a recent game involv-
ing several drivers: "He's way,
way better than me, I can tell you
that. Just ask him."


NUMERICALLY
SPEAKING


573


1


Points separating Nextel
Cup leader Jeff Gordon
and 12th-place driver Dale
Earnhardt Jr.


1 . Victories.in Nextel Cup races at
Darlington Raceway by Rick
Hendrick and Junior Johnson,
tops among car owners.

8The number of top-five finishes
by Jeff Gordon in 10 Nextel
Cup starts in 2007.


6
Points
positions lost
by Jamie
McMurray (left)
at Richmond
(from seventh
to 13th).
NASCAR
Points positions gained by Ryan
Newman at Richmond (from 24th
to 19th).


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007


Crestview News Bulletin I 3B


Springing, continued from 1A


coming back, Anthony
Thompson coming back that
are skill running back types.


"There are a lot of places
open, but there are some kids
that played as sophomores


that we know can play. I guess
what spring is about for us is
trying to get the right peg in


the right hole and that's what
we are trying to do. Probably
most importantly is the quar-
terback position for us."
Kellogg didn't want to take
anything away from any of
the seniors from last year and
their contribution to the pro-
gram, but some of the losses
were greater than others.
"The three with the greatest
impact - because they've
been in the program so long -
were Matt Jordan, who was
the first five-year letterman
I've ever been involved with,"
Kellogg said. "He started in
the eighth grade on the varsi-
ty.

At Left: Billy Whatmough
runs drills for the Gator
defensive line.

Below: Cameron Domangue
is one of the prospective
QB's for Baker.

Devon Ravine I Florida Freedom
Newspapers


L I:!!


"Laine being the quarter-
back for two-and-a-half years
(is hard to replace) and Ben
Griffith who was one of our
better guys last year. It's hard
to replace those guys. I don't'
know that we replace, but the
kids have great attitudes."
Two years ago Kellogg
wasn't just looking for a quar-
terback, he was looking for
football players. There were a
handful of kids that he knew


McKinney,
the twelve member schools
would be the same? Hardly.
Do you believe that the expo-
sure that football generates
for each of the schools could
be replaced by some other'
campus event? Not a chance.
Take football out of the
SEC and you have
Conference USA. Any ques-
tions?
The twelve SEC football
coaches will earn in excess of
$35 million this year, that's
more than the gross national
product of many small coun-
tries. But, it's not unreason-
able.
Sylvester Croom will
make the least amount of any
SEC coach this year. The
Mississippi State mentor will
earn less than $1 million
total. Does that mean Croom
will have less of an impact
than Saban? Not even close.
If there is a discrepancy in
coaches' salaries it has to fall
back to the widespread dif-
ference earned by coaches
across the league. It's not fair
to expect Croom, Ole Miss'


would be good players. But,
as he put at the time, he was
looking for players that would
be hammers instead of nails.
"I really do (think they
have more hammers than
nails)," he said. "I think the
biggest factor has been we saw
the difference in our weight
program.
"The strength factor allows
us to be the hammer more so
than the nail."


continued from 1A
Ed Orgeron, and Vanderbilt's
Bobby Johnson to produce
the same results when com-
pared to Saban, Tennessee'
Phillip Fulmer or Florida's
Urban Meyer.
Economists will tell you
its all about "supply and
demand", that the demand
for football is greater at
Alabama than it is at
Mississippi State. If that is
based on population it could
be true. But, if we are talking
about passion, then I would
disagree.
Passion is strong across
the conference when it comes
to football, always has been
and continues to grow every
year. Saban is worth the
money he is being paid at
Bama, but so are the other
coaches around the league.
Scott McKinney is the host
of Southern Sports Tonight, a
syndicated radio show heard
across the South each
Monday through Friday. He
can be reached at
scott@southernsport-
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Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Thursday, May 10, 2007 at 3:00 p.m.
Niceville Community Center - 204 N. Partin Drive (SR285) - Niceville City Hall Complex
The agenda will include the following items:
1. Adoption of FY2008 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP)
2. Authorize the Filing of the Transportation Disadvantaged Trust Fund Planning Grant Application
3. Appointment of TPO Members to Serve on the Northwest Florida Regional TPO (RTPO)
4. Approval of Support for Escambia County's Request for FDOT Funding to Conduct an Interchange Feasibility Study in the Area of
1-10 and Beulah Road Connecting to the Future Beltway Corridor
5. Appointment of Nominating Committee for FY2008 TPO Chair and Vice Chair
6. PUBLIC FORUM - This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO about transportation issues

Other TPO related meetings currently scheduled for May 10, 2007 at Niceville City Hall Complex:
* TPO Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting - 9:30 a.m. in Community Center
* TPO Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) Meeting - 11:00 a.m. in City Hall
* TPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Meeting - 1:30 p.m. in Community Center

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007,


4B I Crestview News Bulletin SPORTS


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Crestview High's Varsity tennis teams have great leadership returning back next season. Pictured from left to right are Cora Merritt, Megan Burrows, Whitney Buckelew, Sam
Walden, Amber Walker, Nicole Johnson and Moya Moore. (Back row) Angelo Fajardo, RA. Sammons, Colin Smith, Jason Schlitter, Phillip Piaget, Sy Pinkert, Cody Dreaden, Mitchell
Petosky and Coach Ben Kimbrough.



Wrapping up Tennis season, for now


Staff Reports
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview - Crestview
High School Girls Tennis
Team had a great season this
year with an overall record of
12-3. Losing only to FWB and
once to Choctaw. Captain
Whitney Buckelew, seffior,
playing the #4 seed had a
record of 17-1, and took first
place in the District 1-3A
Championship, beating
Choctaw's Allison Lefebvre
2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) and FWB's
Danielle Tibbetts in the final
match coming back from a 2-


5 deficit to win the first set 7-
6 (8-6), (6-1).
Nicole Johnson playing
the #2 seed and Sam Walden
#5 seed brought home sec-
ond place in the district los-
ing in the finals to FWB. Our
girl's team finished with a
strong third place in the dis-
trict this year.
It was a rebuilding year
for the men's team with one
freshman, 2 sophomores, and
2 juniors filling the first 5
positions.
Crestview has some
strong leadership coming
back for their senior year


with Phillip Piaget and P.A.
Sammons. These two young
men have shown a lot of
improvement during this
season, playing with some
outstanding players from our
district.
Angelo Fajardo will be
back for his third season with
the Bulldogs next year. He is
a very consistent player and
took the most challenging
matches to a third set.
Coaches say Crestview
tennis is coming on strong
and they look for community
support as they work hard
this summer.


Crestview High School's Junior Varsity tennis team will be working hard this summer.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007 SPORTS


Ann Spann I Crestview
News Bulletin
One of the skaters
from the opening
rides down the ramp
at "Olive
Skateboards."




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Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin
"For every good skate scene, there's a
good skate shop."
On May 1, 2007, George Andreozzi opened
the doors of his skate shop, "Olive
Skateboards." He hopes his new shop brings
a big impact on flipping the stereotype of
skateboarding.
"I want the community to know that this


place is here to promote a safe and relaxed
environment for skaters to get together."
Communities all over the nation look to
skateboarding as a means of mischief and
rebellion. Many people don't understand the
talent, mentality and discipline that go into
being a skater.
Andreozzi has been skating for over 20
years and his background is not only against
the stereotypes, but admirable.
Andreozzi, 31, graduated from Niceville


High School in the class of '93 and later joined
the Air Force, serving for more than 10 years.
"The Air Force sent me to Hurlburt,
Germany, and California. I've skated every-
where."
The skate shop offers top of the line skate-
boards, knowledge of the products; and even
a small ramp in the back for skaters to have a
good time. The shop held a grand opening
celebration on May 5, 2007, which was a big
success.


"We had a great time with the opening."
Andreozzi hopes that his shop will hint
the community for a public skate park, one
that is free of charge and acts as a flagship to
show that skateboarding is as equal to otehr
sports.
"The shop is the least I can do for skaters
in the community."
The shop is located on 124 John King
Road, Crestview, Florida. You can contact the
shop at (850) 398-5899.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Owner George Andreozzi with friends Dave Shoemaker and Derek Wilson


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
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6B I Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2007


COPbeat "Are you OK?" Help for the elderly


Lt. Wayne Grandstaff
Crestview News Bulletin

Due to the growth of the
city and the recent loss of
Charlie Blue, a lifelong resi-
dent of Crestview, the
Crestview Police Department
has implemented two new
programs in addition to the
"Are You OK" program,
which was created by the for-
mer Chief of Police, Maxine
Barrow, several years ago.
These programs are designed
to assist the elderly and spe-
cial needs citizens that reside
within the city limits of
Crestview.
The first program is "Are
You Ok?" This program is for
an elderly person who lives
alone and resides within the
city limits. An individual can
register by calling the Police
Department. An officer will
visit the home to assist with
filling out a short applica-
tion. The application
requires the individual's
name, list of all medications,
a requested time for calling
and the name of a key holder
in the event an officer has to
forcefully enter the home.
Every day, seven days a
week, at the requested time,
a dispatcher will call the resi-
dence to check on the indi-


If your organization has a regular-
ly scheduled meeting that you
would like to see in our calendar,
please mail it to the Crestview
News Bulletin, 295 West James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536;
FAX it to 682-2246; or e-mail us at
okpublishing@crestviewbulletin.c
om. Please label all correspon-
dence: "Attn - Weekly Calendar."
CIVIC

* J.R.L.CONYERS LODGE #364,
F&AM, PHA holds its regular meeting
every Saturday before the second
Sunday of each month. Meetings are
held 8 a.m. at 550 McDonald Street,
Crestview. For further information, call
682-6043:.'
* VELMA K. CONYERS CHAP-
TER #7A. PHA Order of ihe Eastern
Star holds its regular meeting on inme
first Saturday of each month.
Meetings are held at 2 p.m. at 550
McDonald Street, Crestview. For fur-
ther information call 682-5288.
* E.L. SEAWRIGHT COURT #90,
Heroines of Jericho, PHA holds its
regular meeting on the first Saturday
of each month. Meetings are held at
11 a.m. at 550 McDonald Street,
Crestview. For further information call
683 -1694.
* OKALOOSA RETIRED EDU-
CATORS ASSOCIATION invites all
retirees of the Okaloosa County
School System to join and attend all
future meetings of OREA. Contact
Martha Rogers at 682-4165 for more
information.
* CONCORD LODGE #50 F&AM
holds their regular meeting at 404
Garden Street, Crestview, on the first
and third Monday of each month at 7
p.m. For further information, call 423-
1030.
0 DISABLED AMERICAN VET-
ERANS get together every third
Tuesday of the month for a 6 p.m. din-
ner and 7 p.m. meeting at 5296 Hare
Street in Crestview. For information,
call 682-0982 or write DAV Chapter
57, P.O. Box 63, Crestview.
* The AMVETS LADIES AUXIL-
IARY meets on the first Sunday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 105 John
King Road in Crestview. Call 682-,
8435.
* The CRESTVIEW LIONS CLUB
meets every first and third Monday of
each month at noon at Sonny's BBQ.
For information, please call Steve
Ford at 682-0641 or BJ Thomhave at
682-2012.
* The CRESTVIEW ROTARY
CLUB meets each Wednesday at
noon, at the Sonny's BBQ in
Crestview.
* The CRESTVIEW KIWANIS
CLUB meets each Wednesday at
noon, at Ryan's Steakhouse in
Crestview.
* The NORTH OKALOOSA
PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION meets the third Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the New Covenant
Church, located at 3191 North
Newman Avenue in Crestview. Call
682-4833 or 689-8999 for more infor-
mation.
* KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
BINGO is open to the general public
on Tuesday nights. Early Bird bingo
starts at 6 p.m. and regular bingo
starts at 7 p.m. Call 682-7968 for
hourly and daily rates.
* THE WALTON GUARD meets at
the White Sands Bowling Center in
Fort Walton Beach. The meetings are
public. Contact Cheryl Harris at 244-
3053 for details.
* The Crestview CONCERNED
CITIZENS GROUP meets on the first
Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.


vidual. If there is no
answer on the first call, dis-
patch will recall the number
a second time. If there is no
answer on the second call an
officer will be dispatched to
the home.
While an officer is en-
route to the residence, dis-
patch continues to make con-
tact by phone until the officer
arrives and reports the sta-
tus. This program is avail-
able at no cost.
The second program is
"Take Me Home". This pro-
gram is for individuals with
special needs or who suffer
from Alzheimer's disease
and reside within the city
limits. Family members or
caregivers can contact the
Crestview Police Department
to register for this program.
An officer will then visit the
home to photograph and
obtain necessary information
from the individual.
Addresses and phone
numbers of the family mem-
ber and caregivers are also
obtained. The information
is then placed in a database
maintained at the Crestview
Police Department.
If a loved one becomes
separated or wanders away
from home, once notified, an
officer can query the "Take


The meetings are held in the Fairview
Park building on McClelland Street.
* MARINE CORPS LEAGUE - On
the second Thursday of each month
at the American Legion Post 235 in
Fort Walton Beach, the Marine Corps
League Detachment 915 meets at
7:30 p.m. Any former or retired Marine
interested in joining should contact
Jack Howell at 683-0412 or Tom
Burns at 682-3992.
* The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple),
located at 971 West James Lee Blvd.,
has bingo games every Thursday
night. The club also offers three $250
jackpots. Call Robert Boutwell at 682-
5087, or stop by.
* .LKS LODGE meets first and,
third Tnursdays at'127 Pirie Avenue in
Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
*The ORDER OF THE EASTERN
STAR, Crestview Chapter #203
holds their regular monthly meetings
on the first and third Thursday of each
month at 404 Garden Street and start
at 7:30 p.m.

HEALTH

* NORTH OKALOOSA GASTRIC
BYPASS SUPPORT GROUP has
monthly meetings at Body-B-Healthy,
2227 South Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
on the second Thursday of every
month from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Meetings
are open to anyone who has had the
surgery, wants to have it, or is just
interested in learning more about it.
For more information call Donika at
826-1177.
* LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
Central Panhandle meets on the third
Friday of each month at 10 a.m. in.
Niceville. Call Sarah at 420-3900 for
more details. Free breastfeeding
classes are held most Thursday
evenings from 6 - 8 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church, Chandler
Building, Room 800 in Niceville.
* LUPUS SUPPORT NETWORK
LSN meets every third Friday of the
month at NOMC's Senior Circle
Classroom in Crestview. For more
information call 1-800-458-8211.
* OKALOOSA COUNTY MINOR-
ITY HIV/AIDS TASK FORCE meets
every Monday after the fourth Sunday
of the month at the New Life
Missionary Baptist Church . Members
become more educated about this
disease and also help plan activities
to help educate the community. For
more information, please call Sis.
Tonsiaweda or Rev. Sanford Hayes at
682-4186.
* NARCONON ARROWHEAD
offers free addiction counseling,
assessments, and referrals to rehabil-
itation centers nationwide by calling 1 -
800-468-6933 or . logging onto
www.stopaddiction.com.
* AL-ANON is a support group for
people who have been affected by
someone else's drinking. The meet-
ings are held at 7:30 p.m. every
Thursday at First Methodist Church,
599 8th Street, Crestview, in the Joy
Room. Call 244-2009 for details or
visit www.alnwfl-al-anon.org online
and click on Area 15.
* MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings are open to
those who have MS, their families,
and those who care about them at
10:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of
each month at . the Bob Gates
Welcome Center, located at the Bob
Hope Village in Shalimar. For more
information call Tina at 423-1193.
* The ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT
GROUP meets on the second
Tuesday of every month at 11 a.m. in
the Covenant Hospice Community
Education Room, 370 W. Redstone


Me Home" database by
name or personal descrip-
tion. This information can
also be obtained from an offi-
cer's computer in the patrol
vehicle.
Once the individual is
located, the officer can take
him/her home. This pro-
gram is available at no cost.
The third program is
"Project Lifesaver." "Project
Lifesaver" is a joint program
between the police and fire
departments. This program
is for individuals who suffer
from Alzheimer's disease or
related mentally dysfunc-
tional disorders such as
Down syndrome and autism.
Personal information such
as address, personal descrip-
tion and a picture of each
individual is entered into a
database. The program also
provides each individual
with a personalized wrist or
ankle band.
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operated transmitter that
emits an automatic tracking
signal every second, 24 hours
a day. Each transmitter has
a unique radio frequency.
This signal can be tracked
me for several miles on
ground or in the air. The
bands require a battery that
has to be changed every 30


Drive, Crestview. Guest speakers,
group discussion and support from
friends are all a part of it.
COVENANT HOSPICE GRIEF
SUPPORT GROUP invites anyone
who has suffered the loss of a loved
one to attend a free grief support
group on the first and third
Wednesday of each month from 11
a.m. to noon at the Crestview branch
office. "Dutch" lunch follows meeting.
For details please contact Charlotte
Eschmann at 682-3628.
* The American Lung Association
of Florida, Northwest Region's BET-
TER BREATHERS SUPPORT
GROUP meets on the third Tuesday
of each month from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. at
American HomePatient, 913 Beal
Pkwy. Attendance is free and a guest
speaker is featured at each one. For
details coniacl he American Lung
.Association of Florida, Northwest
Region at 1-800-LUNG USA.
* PEER TO PEER MENTAL
HEALTH SUPPORT GROUP mem-
bers help each other through the
recovery process. Meetings are at 3
p.m. the first and third Wednesday of
each month at the Mental Health
Association, 517 Mooney Road, Fort
Walton Beach.
* The Twin Cities Hospital and the
National Headache Foundation's
HEADACHE SUPPORT GROUP
meets regularly. Call Susan at 897-
0542 for more information and to
RSVP.
* EATING DISORDER SUPPORT
GROUP (ANAD) meets each
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Fort Walton
Beach Creative Senior Center, 31
Memorial Parkway SW. Nationally
affiliated; local advisory board. Call
796-3277 for information.
* WEIGHT, WATCHERS meets
every Thursday at the First United
Methodist Church, 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview. Room 212.
Registration and weigh in begins at 5
p.m., meeting follows.
SENIOR CIRCLE is an outreach
organization committed to enriching
the lives of seniors through wellness
and exercise programs, seminars on
current issues of interest, friendship,
and social gatherings. To learn more
or to register for events, please call
689-8409.
* The Crestview branch of NAR-
COTICS ANONYMOUS meets
Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. at First
Baptist Church on Cedar Avenue
(behind Burger King), and Monday at
7 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church at 599 8th Avenue. The third
meeting is held Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY SUP-
PORT GROUP meets at the HOPE
Center at 637 Bayshore Drive in
Niceville, the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m.
Contact 689-0300 or 678-4621.


days.
Once a caretaker calls the
Police Department to report
that the person is missing, a
search team enters the area
where the subject was last
seen. The electronic tracking
equipment picks up the
transmitted signal, which
will lead search teams to the
individual.
The city of Crestview has
recently purchased the track-
ing equipment. Selected
individuals from the police
and fire department will be
required to attend a three-
day class in May. Those
individuals will not only
learn how to use the equip-
ment, but how to approach a
person, gain their trust and
put them at ease for the trip
home.
"Project Lifesaver" is a
non-profit organization. The
program costs family mem-
bers $50 a month. 'This fee
goes to Alzheimer's Family
Services Inc. to pay for new
batteries and the individual's
mileage to the residence. If
you or someone you know
might be interested in one of
these programs you can con-
tact me, Lt. Wayne
Grandstaff, or Officer David
Bracewell at (850) 682-3544
or (850) 682-2055.


* The COMPASSIONATE
FRIENDS, a support group for par-
ents and grandparents who have
experienced the death of a child,
meets the first Tuesday of each month
at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic
Church, Niceville, in room #4 in the
Religious Education Building. For
more information call Joan Young
243-6253 or Sherry Benson at 897-
9151.
* TOPS 325 CRESTVIEW meets
each Tuesday at 9 a.m. at First
Methodist Church in Crestview , 599
8th Ave. Weigh-ins are at 8 a.m. Call
682-2133 for more information.
* TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSI-
BLY (TOPS)meets at the First United
S.Methodist Church, 599 Eighth
Avenue. Crestview Weigh-ins are
Irom 6-15 10 6.45 p.m . and the meet-
ing begins at 7 p.m. Call Elsie at 682-
6040.

SOCIAL

* ELDER SERVICES OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meets every
Thursday for Game Day at 10- a.m.
and the Quilting Club meets every
Wednesday at 10 a.m.
* TRI-COUNTY BEEKEEPING
ASSOCIATION meets the, last
Saturday of every month in the
Agriculture Extension Building in
Crestview. Contact 682-8390 for
more information.
* PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB meets every second Monday
evening of the month at Hughes
Cabinet Shop. Social starts at 6 p.m.
For more information call Deb at 682-
2555 or Darliene at 217-0869.
* FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY meetings are
on the third Thursday of January,
March, May, July, September and
November at 10:30. .m. at the Robert
L.F. Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new members.
* The GENEALOGICAL SOCI-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
wants to help you keep begin or be
more involved in researching your
family tree. Call 243-4589 or 729-
2185 for details.
* The DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
GARDEN CLUB holds monthly meet-
ings. For more information contact
Dara Dobson,. 859-0096 or e-mail
wildflowersmatter@defuniak.com.
* DOGWOOD GARDEN CLUB
meets the first Monday of each month
from September through May at 7
p.m. at different members' homes.
For more information please call 682-
2691 or 682-3639.
* EGLIN OFFICERS WIVES
CLUB meets at the Eglin Officers
Club. Social begins at 11 a.m. and
lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. Please
call Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369 for
more information.


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IN TH CIRCUIT Present Address: ida Probate Division, the
COURT, FIRST JUDI- Unknown By: Tiffany Gardner address of which is P.O.
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN Deputy Clerk Drawer 1359, Crestview,
AND FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED FL 32536-1359. The
OKALOOSA that an action for dissolu- 5/2/2007 name and address of the
COUNTY, FLORIDA tion of marriage has 5/9/2007 personal representative
CASE NO. been filed against you 5/18/2007 and the personal
07-DR-1970 and you are required to 5/23/2007 representative's attorney
serve a copy of your writ- Legal# 100064 are set forth below.


IN RE: The Marriage of
MARK PATRICK
MCENANEY,
Petitioner/husband,
and
MELISSA MARIE
MCENANEY,
Respondent/wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MELISSA MARIE
SMCENANEY
Last known address:
1501-C Greenacres
Blvd., FWB, FL 32547

Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!
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ten defenses, if any, to :
STEPHEN J RYAN, ES-
QUIRE
RISEN & RYAN
436 Green Acres Road
Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32547
ATTORNEY FOR PETI-
TIONER
on or before may 24,
2007, and file the oriai-
nal with the Clerk of this
Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse An-
nex, Shalimar, Florida ei-
ther before service on
Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter-
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and
Seal of this Court on this
24th day of April, 2007.
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF COURT


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER
07-CP-244 DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
AUDRY REID STEVENS
a/k/a AUDRY FAY STE-
VENS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of AUDRY REID
STEVENS a/k/a AUDRY
FAY STEVENS, de-
ceased File Number
07-CP-244, is pending in
the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-


ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All. other creditors of the
decedent and persons


having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
Notwithstanding the
time periods set
forth above, any
claim filed two(2)
years or more after
the decedent's date
of death is barred.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
May 9th, 2007
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SAMUEL M. PEEK
222 Government Street,
Suite D
Niceville Florida 32578
(850)678-1178
Florida Bar No.: 329010
Persona Representative:


LORRAINE ROBIN cember 26, 2006, is decedent and other per-
BEBOUT pending in the Circuit sons who have claims or
1099 Wesley Park Drive Court for Okaloosa demands against the
Marietta,'Georgia County, Florida, Probate decedent's estate, includ-
30064 Division File Number 07 ing unmatured, contin-
CP 448, the address of gent or unliquidated
5/9/07 which is P.O. Drawer claims, must file their
5/16/07 1359, Crestview, Florida claims with this court
legal# 100073 32536-1359. The names WITHIN THREE (3)
and addresses of the per- MONTHS AFTER THE
sonal representatives and DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
the personal representa- LICATION OF THIS NO-
IN THE CIRCUIT tives attorney are set TICE.
COURT IN AND FOR forth below.
OKALOOSA ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
COUNTY, FLORIDA All creditors of the dece- FILED WILL BE FOREVER
PROBATE DIVISION dent and other persons, BARRED.
CASE NO.: 07CP 448 who have claims or de-
DIVISION: mand.s against NOTWITHSTANDING


IN RE: ESTATE OF
H. MAXWELL MEL-
TON a/k/a HUBERT
MAXWELL MELTON
a/k/a H.M. MELTON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of H. MAXWELL
MELTON, also known as
Hubert Maxwell Melton,
and also known as H.M.
Melton, deceased, whose
date of death was De-


decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, and who have
been served a copy of
this notice, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE
ATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the


THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO(2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 2, 2007
Attorney for personal
Representative:
William V. Linne, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 153430
P.O. Box 12347
Pensacola, FL
32591-2347


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5/2/2007
5/9/2007
Legal# 100063

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION
DIVISION CASE NO:
2006-CA-004924-S
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
WILLIAM L.
McANDREWS ET AL
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Wednesday, May 9, 2007


CLASSIFIED


TO: WILLIAM L.
MCANDREWS; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
WILLIAM L.
MCANDREWS whose
residence is 29
WOODHAM AVENUE,
FORT WALTON BEACH,
FL 32547.
and who is evading
service of process ana
the unknown defendants
who may be spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors
creditors, trustees, and all
parties claiming an
interest by, through,
under or against the
Defendantss, who are
not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties
having or claiming to
have any right, title or
interest in the property
described in the
mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage
on the following
property:
LOT22 IN BLOCK E,
OF RESUBDIVISION OF
A PORTION OF POINT,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, AT PAGE 98C OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on DAVID J. STERN,
ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 801 S.
University Drive, Ste
500 Plantation, FL
33324 on or before Feb-
ruary 22, 2007 and file
the original with the
Clerk of this 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
filed herein.
WITNESS may hand and
the seal of this Court at
OKALOOSA County
Florida, this 11 day of
January, 2007
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: K. Sims
DEPUTY CLERK .
PUBLISH IN: CREST-
VIEW NEWS BULLE-
TIN
THIS NOTICE SHALL BE
PUBLISHED ONCE A
WEEK FOR TWO CON-
SECUTIVE WEEKS.
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
persons with disabilities
needing a special accom-
Smodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at ' the
OKALOOSA � County
Courthouse at
904-65 1 -7497,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
LAW OFFICES OF DA-
VID J. STERN, P.A.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN-
TIFF
801 S. University Drive
Suite 500, Plantation, FL
33324
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
Legal# 100068


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IN THE CIRC IKUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.
2005-DR-1699
KENNETH MICHAEL
OLDSON,
Petitioner,
and
LUZIA OLDSON,
Respondent.


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 if any, to it on
KENNETH MICHEAL
OLDSON, on or before
May 25, 2007, and file
the orinal with the clerk
of this Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FI, 32579 be-
fore service on Petitioner.
-or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a
deTault 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
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Courts office noti-
fied of your current
address. (You may
file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this law-
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
actions 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


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COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2007-CA- 1075-S
DIVISION:


WASHINGTON MU-
TUAL BANK, AS
SUCCESSOR-IN- IN-
TEREST TO LONG
BEACH MORTGAGE
COMPANY BY OPER-
ATION OF LAW,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT P. OS-
BORNE, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 151 ELDRIDGE
ROAD, FORT WALTON
BEACH,, FL 32547
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST 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
OKALO SA County,
Florida:
PARCEL 1:
LOT 3, PART OF LOT
4, AND PART OF VA-
CATED FOREST AVE-
NUE BLOCK 1,
MONEY'S N6RTH
SUBDIVISION, AS RE-
CORDED IN BOOK 1,
PAGE 24, OF THE
OFFICIAL RECORDS,
ALSO DESCRIBED AS
COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHEASTERLY
CORNER OF SAID
LOT 4; THENCE
NORTH 51 DEGREES
10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST �
(REFERENCE BEAR-
ING). ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY IINE
OF SOUTH VIEW
DRIVE 12.50 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE
SOUTH 44 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 00 SEC-i
ONDS WEST, 201.11:
FEET, MORE OR LESS,
TO THE NORTHERLY
SHORELINE OF
CHULA VISTA
BAYOU; THENCE ME-
ANDERING NORTH-
WESTERLY ALONG
SAID SHORELINE,
88.15 FEET, MORE
OR LESS, TO THE
NORTHERLY LINE OF
SAID LOT 3; THENCE
NORTH 44 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG
SAID NORTHERLY
LINE OF LOT 3 AND
ALONG THE EXTEN-
SION OF SAID LINE,
131.21 FEET TO THE
CENTERLINE OF VA-
CATED FOREST AVE-


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NUE; THENCE NORTH
89 DEGREES 39 MIN-
UTES 13 SECONDS
EAST ALONG LAST
SAID CENTERLINE,
118.14 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
OF - WAY LINE OF
SOUTH VIEW DRIVE;
THENCE SOUTH 51
DEGREES 10 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
EAST ALONG LAST
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WAY LINE 3.33 FEET
TO THE P61NT OF BE-
GINNING- ALL IN
SECTION 36, TOWN-
SHIP 1 SOUTH,
RANGE 24 WEST,
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL 1-A
THAT PART OF VA-
CATED FOREST AVE-
NUE BLOCK 1,
MONEY'S N6RTH
SUBDIVISION, AS RE-
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PAGE 24 OF THE
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ALSO DESCRIBED AS
COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHEASTERLY
CORNER OF SAID
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10 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST
(REFERENCE BEAR-
ING), ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF SOUTH VIEW
DRIVE 15.83 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING. THENCE
CONTINUING
ALONG THE LAST DE-
SCRIBED COURSE,
15.83 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 38 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST, 12.90
FEET TO THE CENTER-
LINE OF VACATED
FOREST AVENUE;
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 39 MIN-
UTES 19 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE, 20.42
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; ALL
IN SECTION 36,
TOWNSHIP 1
SOUTH RANGE 24
WEST, 6KALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has. been filed against
you and you are required
0to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before June 14,
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 this Court either.
before service on.
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
Ihe ,elif&f demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
',,. d ,-,r,:. a ..ed' f.:'r
- ..: ::r .i: iul. ..-c is
in the Crestview News
Bulletin. WITNESS my
hard and the seal of this,
'Cour Or, this 3rd day of
May, 2007.
'Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By K. Sims.
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & C:Op, .:,
Echevarria, ' .dilis &
Stawitrski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F07005292
MOSS-WAMU-CONV
R-elewis
** See Americans with


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Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed
and insured. 537-4419
Refrences Available




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Fire & Water Restoration,
ceiling texture re-sprays.
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Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, Fire and water res-,
'.rah,:.n trim and tile.

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PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
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estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.
Stucco, Plastering,
Stone, Repairs, Errand
LLC, 850-892-7051




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Professional Tree
Trimming & Tree
Removal. Call Daniel
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Small Engine Repair,
Mowers ATV, Marine,
Motorcycles, Over 10
years experience. Call
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up available


-OPO - 0F-"'1 3�.
Disabilities Act Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.


IMPORTANT


DON W. HOWARD


In accordance with CLERK OF COURTS
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per- By: Daniel Luke
sons with disabilities Deputy Clerk
needing special ac- 4/25/2007
commodation to par- 5/2/2007
ticipate in this pro- 5/9/2007
ceeding should con- 5/16/2007
tact Court Adminis- Legals#100056
tration at 101 James _
Lee Boulevard East, NOTICE OF APPUCA-
Crestview FL, TION FOR TAX DEED
32536-3515- tele-


AMENDED NOTICE TO: ROBERT P.
OF ACTION FOR DIS- OSBORNE
SOLUTION OF MAR-


phone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, Rrior to the
roceedlin. or
Shalimar t50)
651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing sRecial ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N.
E lin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL 32579;
(850)651-7497,
prior to the pro-
ceeding.
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100076


NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEER

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 BIk 4
Parcel - I ID#:
17-2S-22-4002-0004-0030
S Opening Bid:
$6,587.17
all of said property being
in the County, 6or
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property, de-
scribed in l-,e :ceriticle
will be sold ic. the high-ei
bidder at the front door
o.f ihe Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa. County
Courthouse F-iAnnex,
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# 100054

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION 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
properly is as follows:"
Certificate # 853 of
2004 Assessed to:
Amanda K Mullins
Description: Port Dixie
Coam at SE cor 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#:
05-25-23-2080-0034.00B8
S Opening Bid:
$3,302.19
all of said property being
in the County at
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.


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
property is as follows:
Certificate # 2529 of
2004 Assessed to: M J
Lee Est
Description: SE1/2 of
SE1/4 of NE1/4 &
N1/2 of NE1/4 of
SE1/4
Parcel ID#:
366N-24-000000040000
� Opening Bid:
$2,785.78
all of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in he 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
Le5al 100053
05/02/07
05/09/07
05/16/07
NOTICE OF APPLI-
CATION FOR TAX
DEED
Notice is here given
that SASS MUNI, as
holder of the following
.:erif:,cate has filed soai
,.eriif]iaie for a Tax Deed
io be sued thereor. The
ceiii.,:aie number and
,ear Oif ,:.uarice,, Ihe
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Cerlicfale # 221 of
2004 Assessed to: Doro-
thy . Perry
Description: La, ,;nd
Golf Est Ph I Lot ? bIk B
Parcel ID#:
00-25-22-018A-OOOB0030
S Opening B;d
S2345.95 .-3 " .
all of .aid proper, being
in t. e Co,.,rl, ot
Okalooa, Slate .:.t Flr.
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scriaed 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 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 prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1321 of
2004 Assessed to: Jef-
ferson D and Gayle
Thames
Description: Morris Add
Crestview E/2 Lot 61 &
Lots 62-72 Inc BIk 22
Parcel ID#:


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21-3N-23-16700022-0480
Opening Bid:
all of said property being
in the County o6
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#100057
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-,
Serty 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
Pa-.:el ID#.
27-1 S24-00000013-0000
Opening Bid
$2.36530
all of said properly being
ir, Ihe County ot
Okaloooa. Siale ol Flor-
ida
Unless the cerilicate is
Redeemed according lo
laov. the property de-
scribed in he certificate
. ill be scld to the highest
bidder ai the foni door
of the Clerk's Office at
ihe Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar Florida al
10-00 a.m on May 30
2007.
Dated this. 18th day of
April, 2007
DON W HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Dep r, Clerk
4. 25 2007
S5.2.'200'
5. O 2007
5 16 2007
Legal t 100058
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice i- hereby gioer
that SASS MLNI. as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate fo 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/DLot 21 BIk A
Parcel ID#:
02-25-24-2200-000A0210
Opening Bid:
4,157.68
all of said property being
in the County 6t
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scri ed 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
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal# 100059


NOTICE OF APPUCA-
TION 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 # 1977 of
2004 Assessed to:
Kijkeow Alderton
Description: Old Town Ph
III Lot 48
Parcel ID#:
03-2S-24-1822-0000480
Opening Bid:
$4 213
all of said property being
in the County o
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
S.By: Daniel Luke:
Deputy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/'2007
5/,16/2007
Legal 100060
NOTICE OF APPULICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that SASS MUNI. as
holder of the following
certificate has filed sai
certiicale 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-
ert, is as follows.
Cerrificate # 2284 of
2004 Assessed to Pan.
handle Paint Supply Inc
Description. Merchants
Four Unit I
Parcel ID#
16-2S-24-5050000000100
Opening Bid-
$12082127
all of said property being
in the Count/ 1o
Okaloosa, Slate of Flor-
.da
Unless the ceriificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in e cerhficale
v.il be sold to Ihe highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Off.ce at
Ihe Okaloosa County
Courthouse F Annex,
Sholimar Florida at
10 00am on May 30,
2007.

Dated this 18th day of
April, 2007.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS'
By: Daniel Luke
Depuy Clerk
4/25/2007
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
5/16/2007
Legal#100061

PUBUC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction May 22, 2007
at 8:00 A.M. for the fol-
lowing described vehi-
cles:


Perdue Farms, Inc. in Defuniak Springs, FL is
currently hiring tractor-tralier truck drivers for
its Feed Mill/Feed Haul operation. This
involves hauling feed to the various'poultry
farms in the local Florida/Alabama area.
Qualifications include: a valid Class A CDL,
at leat two years exp. driving tractor-trailer
vehicle & must be at least 23 years of age.
These positions are full time with good
benefit pkg., including medical, dental,
vision, life insurances + 401K plan &
holiday/vac pay. Anyone interested in
applying. contact Ray Burgess at
(850) 951-6156 or fill out an application, at:
JobsPlus - 171 N. 9th Street,.
DeFuniak Springs,FL.
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer








JV Woolley Rd (vacant land) - The 1.56 acre parcel is located in
east Crestview. The owner was told by the previous owner that there is a sep-
tic and power pole on the property. Great home site!
6189 Rochelle Lane - Beautiful 4 bd/2 ba home located on 455 acres
in a peaceful country setting. Large den w/ gorgeous hard wood flooring;
stone fireplace in LR; large pole bar.
6462 Moonlight Lane - Spacious 3 bd/2 ba home located in Spring
Hollow Estates. Trey ceiling in LR; garden tub & separate shower in mb; cov-
ered back porch.
5240 Newman Avenue Large lot located in Crestview. The property
has a 30' x 36' pole barn w/a concrete slab & metal roof. The singlewide m
that is located on the property is being sold "as is".
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestvlew, FL 32536
www.Jlantjohnsonrealty.com


F CRESTVIEW LEGALS


1994 Lincoln
Vin# #
LLNLM82W5RY711284
The auction will be held"
at 861 W. James Lee.
Blvd, Crestview, FL, '
Danco Transmissions has
the right to turn down.
any and all bids.
5/9/2007
Legal # 100035
PUBUC AUCTION :.
Pursuant to Section'
713.75, Florida Statues,-.
there will be a public-
auction May 21, 2007,
at 9:00AM for the follow-.4
ing vehicles

02 Nissan Maxima
Vin#
JN1DA31D12T427919 .
The auction will be held
at 956 W. James Lee,
Blvd Crestview, Fl,-I
32536, Crestview Paint,
& Body has the right to,
turn down any and all,
bids.
5/9/2007
Legal# 100072
STORAGE
AUCTIONIII
May 16th 10am-3pm,
Additional Storage;
Inc.
891 S. Ferdon Blvd.j
Crestview, FL 32536 1
Sporting Equip, Roofing:
Materials, Hunting Equip,.
TVs, Kitchen Items, Furni-'-
ture; Etc. Units Being '
Auctioned. .a
Units #48 - Shown Ra-'
chels,
Unit #:47- Willis Graham
Unit # 27- Linda lies .
Unit # .52- Meredith.-
Baugh .
5/2/2007
5/9/2007
Legal# 100067 ,



Single white male 70.
5'8 170 retired from
Cvil Service Searching
for nice lady close to'-
same age for a serious
relationship. I hope there7
is at least one lady out;
there that is as lonely as i-
am. I would love Io hear
from you Please write RB-#
PO. Box 876, Cresi.
v,ew, FL 32536, or call'
6898038_



REWARD!
For return of purse & con-
tents stole, From Crest-
view Wal-Mor Sat 4 `28
Small black leather purse.
waih. small handles w',"
wallet ID and cell phone -'
Belongs to an elderly
lady GPS shows purse is -
within a 3 1 mile radius
of Wal-Mart & Rasberry
Rd 6893104









2100-PPets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home ,,
2120-Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted


-- ^ 2100 ]
AKC DOBERMAN
PINSCHER PUPPIES,
Ready to gol $400 each,
4 males, 2 females,
black/rust, 1 male (red)
$500, 334493-1527,
or 334-504-2803 c
AKC Miniature
Pinscher Puppy's $500. n
Parents onsite. (850) -
689-0769 or 306-5092 .















Wednesday, May 9, 2007


CKC Yorkie
Puppies
$800, females; $750,
males. Call 546-0684
Miniture Schnauzers,
Females only $406
each. 689-2069


2110
Free kittens Adorable
682-5585
Free to good home
Ten months Old Female
Cat. Inquisitive and
playful. Grey and white,
part tabby. Call
682-6760



Happy Jack Skin Balm
stops scratching & gnaw-
ing. Promotes healing &
hair growth due to Hot
Spots on dogs & cats
without steroidsl
Okaloosa Grain Feed
Store (682-9333)
www.estitch.com







| MERCHANDISE I
3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170- Collectibles
3180- Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240'- Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260- Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hlotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)



A/C 20,300 BTUs,
Window air, like new
remote control, $206
850-902-2426
A/C Window Unit, Ad-
miral 1800BTU, New,
Used one summer.
Works great$200
398-1628
Refrigerator 25 cubic
foot, side by side, white
whirlpool $125
682-0688....... :>, . . !..,.

washer & dryer
Like new, excellent con-
dition: $250 for both.
Call 682-8835



New Asus K80 MX,
Athlon 64-754, $49.06
Call 683-0150
2 months Old Bi Star
Gforce 6200 DDR2 256
mb, $35 Call 683-0150
KDS 17" Monitor CRT
$25 Call 683-0150 C



Entertainment Centerl
OAK, Excellent Condi-
tion, On rollers 59" long
- 2.6" wide - 53" Tall. Tel-
evision opening w/Adj
shelfs, lots of storage.
Beautiful Item, $275
obro must see 682-3057
Kitchen Island Cabi-
net, Ivory white with
Terra cotta Tile top, 2
doors, lots of storage
space. 423-9736 or
826-1718
Sofa 88" Long 3 cush-
ions, Cushioned sleeper
arms, green, like new!
NO Stains, $300 or best
reasonable offer
682-3057,
Window seat, seat will
raise up, in good condi-
tion. Asking $30, dresser
solid wooa, $75, Com-
2ute5, printer, photoshop
$2ue6r oak chairs
w/rollers .us for table
chairs or desk in good
condition. Sofa and love
seat. Asking $200.


Bakers
Huge Yard Sale
Saturday, 5/12. 7am.
Furniture, baby items,
toys & more. 1699
Pickens Circle.
850-537-4261
Crestview
119 Gillis Drive
Sat. 8am-noon.
No early birds. Maternity
clothes, girls clothes &
odds & ends.
Crestview
2 Family
Yard Sale
Fri & Sat
May 11&12
7am-?
1313 Valley
Road
Crestview
Garage Sale, Saturday
May 12, 8am-1pm at
605 Moss Drive- Cun-
tryview
Crestview
Moving Sale,
Washer7Dryer, Furniture,
Antique dresser, fold out
sofa bed, love seat desk,
Saturday 7am- untif 115
Pinoak Court B
Crestview
Multi Family
Yard Sale
Saturday 5/12, 7am.
Hwy 85 N. next to Preci-
sion Auto Body. Clothes,
toys, antiques, & lots
morel
Crestview
Street Yard Sale E.
4th Ave, Off Industrial
Drive near Post Office.
May 12 at 7:30 Until
Crestview
Yard Sale Friday &
Saturday, 8-Until clothes,
unk, misc, baby items.
Collector selling Kyle
Petty Collection of cars
and hot wheels, some
Nascar items, only
serious buyers. Call
ahead at 682-9125 at
112 SpringWood Circle
off Old Bethel
Crestview
Yard Sale
Lots of good stuff Sat. 6
till ? 108 Beacons Bend
Rd
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. 5/12. 7am-lpm.
4853 Orlimar . Street.
(Foxwood Estates) Lots of
stuff to choose from. Any
item $10 or less BOGO
of equal value or less.
Cheap prices
Crestview
Yard, Sale Saturday
12th May, 7-12, 55 gal-
lon fish tank, tools, pic-
tures, clothes weight set,
and more. 3091 Craig
Terrace. Last house on
left.
Laurel Hill
Yard Sale each Friday,
& Saturday trhough-June
2nd Antiques, furniture,
households 3itcn
more. a7l y Hwe.ed o
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305
What s it Shop
Big Sale Thru May. An-
tiques & Furniture marked.
down. Also 25 percent
off all items. Jewelry, Fen
ton Crystal Collectable
glass ceramics all glass-
ware, clock's lamps pic-
tures, dolls, home decor.
All water fountains ,has
been marked down. We
also have cows, calfs,
pigs hoboes, benches &
small animals. Flowers
for all your needs for
Mothers Day. New PVC
sets. Rockers, Swings,
Gliders. 652-2599
Yard Sale
What s it Gift Shop, Lau-
rel Hill, Fri 11th- Sat
12th, 9-5, Home Decor,
glassware, misc furniture,
VC set, Silk Flowers,
clothes, toys, lots of misc
items. 652-2599


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Yard Sale
Sat 5/12/07, Holt,
4794 Poplar Head Ch.
Rd, Take Right on Main
Street,- "Big One Don't
Miss It" 6am-1 lam






Coats 5060AX rim
clamp tire changer ma-
chine, exc. cond. $2500
obo. 850 398-6851


Hay Conditi ner, Good
Condition $550 Call
537-6481






Haul away for free scrap
metal & . junk cars
537-6481 "


Mothers Day $1 Gifts
9:00am - 2:00 Pm,
wreaths, floral ar-
rangments, other unique
items. 2878 Aplin Rd,
Crestview, 683-0150


Oak table & chairs,
350. Kenmore Washer
150. .. Call
850-537-8750 or
850-305-8189






Beautiful Day Lillies
for sale Many varieties &
colors $1 & up. Call
678-4707


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





Administrative
Front Dest Asscociate,
must be flexible, nights,
weekends, holidays. Ap-
I plyat Jamesorn Ifiat t'
151 Cracker Barrel Dr.
683-1778.


Automotive Sales

Sales
Immediate opening for
an outgoing personable
sales person. The RV
business is booming
1-10 RV Center, located
in Crestview. No experi-
ence necessary, learn as
you train in a relaxed fun
environment. Excellent in-
come. 850-398-6583
View our Job Posting on
emeraldcoastiobswesft.com
Web ID #27736092


Can You Dig it? Heaw
Equipment School. 3wk
training program. Oper-
ate Backhoes, Bulldozers,
Trackhoes. Local [ob
placement. Start digging
dirt now call
866-362-6497 or
888-707-6886.


J & M Company
The nations premier pri-
vate carrier of nitrous ox-
ide is accepting applica-
tions in the Pensacola
area for experienced,
safety-conscious, trac-
tor/semi drivers. Ac-
cepted applicants will re-
ceive odometer
mileage-pay and bo-
nuses, excellent earnings
potential, and great
home time and benefits
Call Bill or Neal for de-
'tails @ 866-592-7006
Driver
Wrecker Driver Needed,
Good Driving Record
Drug & Alcohol Free and
Dependable 689-8646
Drivers
Driver trainees needed
nowl Werner needs entry
level semi drivers. No
exp. required. Avg.
M36k+ 1st yrl 60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309
.Education

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

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

.Gneral
FWB Airport
..ic.ociates needed for
Quizr,..; Eiu'o Cafe @
Ckolc. a Regional
Airport $8/hr. Call
850-651-6500 or
e-mail: okaloosa140@
hudsongroup.com
Drug Test/ Background
check required.

General
Help wanted week-
ends Valid driver's li-
cense. Able to load
canoes 850-537-2997

Healthcare
Medical Office
Specialist
Need exp.'d front
. office member for busy
Crestview & Niceville
medical offices. Must
have strong computer
skills & caring personal-
ity. Please frax resume
to 850 763-6665
See Our Job Posting
on
emeraldcoastobswest.com
Web ID #27735063

Healthcare
Ophthalmic
Technician
Crestview / Niceville
SExpandin practice has
opening (or exp. tech.
Optica / Opometric
exp. a plus. Please fax
resume in confidence to
the Mullis Eye Institute
850 763-6665
See Our Job Posting
on
emeraldcoastiobswest.com
Web ID #27735055





HOME
RESTORATION N
* KITCHEN & BATH
- WINDOWS & DOORS
* FANS & LIGHTING
. TILE * DRYWALL
* WOOD-ROT .
* TRIM MOULDING
* DECKS * ROOF REPAIR

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2001 Ford Focus Zx3
Low Mileage, One Owner,
Must Sell $7,000.00 OBO

368-0526


uLcenseO & Insured

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Realtor iw
(850) 682-4300 OFFICE JMEREALTY
(850) 499-3113 MOBILE
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2514 S Ferdon Blvd *.Crestview, FL 32536


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Healthcare/Other
Office Manager
Busy Medical office
needs friendly outgoing
person. Strong computer
skills. Great pay & bene-
fits. Please fox resume to:
850 784-0222
See Our Job Posting on:
emeroldcoast obswesf.com
Web ID #27735066


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Crestview Homes And
Surrounding Areas


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Open House!
668 & 670 Edney Avenue, Crestview, FL
Learn how to can finance either of these properties.
Lender and Realtor on Site. Seller to pay all closing costs.
Date: May 12, 2006
Time: I-4 PM
Place: 668 & 670 Edney Avenue
Crestview, FL
EACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY
>tMM OWNEDAND WWL1
OPERATED Outstanding S Apon
agencyy One, Inc. www.gernihouse.com Ou ntandoRJResul


Crestview News Bulletin I Page B9


Trades
Wanted Carpenters
and Carpenter Helpers
Pay based on Experi-
ence. 546-1162 or
865-2193

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





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

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Office Space for rent in
Southaate office com-
plex. Convenient to shop-
ping and schools. $725
per month. For more in-
tormation, call
850-683-3939



6110_
2br, 1 ba in quiet gated
com lex,
$60tmo/$550dep, 12
month lease required. No
pets. 585-1574
Crestview
1 bedroom apartment,
698 Kenneth Ave, fur-
nished including utilities.
No pets, 682-3T66
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC& non-HC accessible
Fpts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
ounportunity
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent reek Road
850-682-5563,








Cewntvie, F.ah-
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity
Crestview, Very nice
2bd apartment, appli-
ances included 132 Lake
Street.
$600mo $600dp, no
pets, 682-8867

Townhouse, Wash-
er/dryer, stove, Frig,
0mo/2 Brik Hoe 10
Lake Street 682-614




4 br, 2 ba on' secluded
acre. North of Crestview.
3288 Aster Ave.
8750/mo. + $750dd.
vail June 1st. Sm. pet
ok. 376-7676 or
682-0057
2br, 2ba, 2cg home on
Lake Eufaula. Rent by
week month or year..
850-956-2553
3/2 Brick Home w/
Carport & Large yard,
Excellent location North
Crestview, $875mo
$875 Dep, No pets, Re:
Required. 902-0604
3/2 MH, Great Loca-
tion, Like new No pets,
$725Dep, $725mo, Ref-
erences Required,
S902-0604


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Do you have the ability
to Work in a technical
environment, provide a
positive, personable im-
age and build relation-
ships through commu-
nity involvement?
Would you enjoy mar-
keting value added
products and services
while improving energy
efficiencies?
CHELCO is currently
seeking a dynamic in-
dividual interested in
beginning a career in
the evolving electric util-
ity industry.
The selected candidate
should have experience
in marketing, public re-
ations, and/or commu-
nications. Bachelor's
degree in marketing or
a related 'discipline is
preferred. a
CHELCO offers compet-
itive pay and benefits
as well as an exciting
work environment wit.
opportunities .for
growth..,
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cepied through Mo, 18
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on the employment link
to complete -and sub-
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or pick up opplcalor,
at.any CHELC' office
and return ro
CHELCO Human Re-
sources, P.O. Box 512
DeFuniak Springs, FL
32435, Fax No.
850-951-2302. RE- -
SUMES ACCEPTED
ONLY IF /,TT.CHED
TO APPLICATION.
Drug Free.
Workplace-EEO-M/F


Need 50 people,.
NOWI Weight loss"'
Serious About '.oar.q
Weight? FREE SFAPLES
AVAILABLE
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Post Office
now Hiring
Avg. pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including.
Federal Benefits and OT.
Paid training vacations.
PT/FT. 1-800-584-1775
Ext#2900 USWA

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Ibr, 1.5ba CHPA
750mo/$750, 1 yr
lease no pets, no Sect 8,
5359 Cox Ln, Crestview
850-834-4767
3/2 House, South
1-10, NO pets, $750mo
Call685-7493
3bdrm- 3104 Holley
Dr., 2br 3110 Holley Dr.
No pets. Taking applica-
tions. 682-1972
American Realty of
Northwest Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or 651-5717
EHO
5284 Clint Mason Rd,
2br, 1 ba, $550
128 Hamton Dr, 2bd,
1.5ba $ 598
867 Brett St, 2bd,
1.5 ba $650
5187 Azalea Ave, 3br,
2ba, $700
103 Blaylock St, 3br,
2ba $700
208 1stAve E, 4br, 2ba,
f750 S
,17 Stephens Ln, 3br,
323 Apple Dr, 3br, 2ba,
$850
514 Lake Silver Rd,
3br 2ba, $875
2838 Penney Ln, 3br,
3ba $900
312 John Kind Rd, 3br,
2ba, $900
11.1 Swayinh Pine Ct,
3br, 2.5ba, $ 900
424 Northview Ln 3br,
2ba $925
2940 Stillwell Blvd, 3br,
2ba, $950
309 Feldon Dr, . 3br,
2ba, $975
4702 Whitewater Ln,
4br 2bo, $995
2994 Windsor Cir, 3br,
2ba, $1000
2820 Tamiami Tr, 3br,
2ba $1050
5414 Josh Dr, 3br, 2ba
$1050
474 Jillian Dr, 3br, 2ba
$1100
3349 Shoal Creek, CV,
4br, 2ba, 1125
3115 Skyhawk Dr, 4br,,
2ba $1175
144 Indian Tr, 3br, 2ba,
1200
1224 Gabrielle Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1200
423 Bobby Dr, 3br, 2ba,
2468 Bell Ridge Dr, 4br,
2ba, $1350
15 Prescott St, 3br,
2.5ba, $1400
visit " us at
www.era-american.com
ANET JOHNSON RE-
ALTY INC
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
682-1800
120 Swayin Pine Court,
3bd, 2.5ba $900
341 Crooked Pine Trail;
995
1 Holly Dr 3bd, *2ba
995
29 John Kind Rd.
1000
1805 wlIson Lane 3bd,
2ba $1200


Brand new 3 & 4
bedroom 2 bath homes
in quiet subdivision.
Easy access to Crestview
or Niceville Section 8
Welcome, $885.00 to
$980.00 per month. Call
McClard Investments at
850-689-2221

Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-1515
or (850)682-5922
307 Walnut Avenue,
1bd, 1ba, 800 sf, $550,
Triplex
286-A Henderson St 2br
1 ba, 796 sf, $575, end
unit
6197 Winstead CV 3br,
1.5ba 1025sf, $875,
p/etw/owner approval
1562 Texas kwy 3br
2ba, 1109 sf, $87/
washer/dryer incd
187 Salvadore Dr 3br,
2ba, 1053 sf, $850,
back yard deck
308 John King Road 3br,
2ba, 1000sf $950, new
Carpet +Paint
34 Regent Rd, 3br, 2ba,
1418sf $1025, Pet
w/owner approval
4815 Summer reek CV,
4br. 2ba, 1794sf,
$1075, pet w/owner ap-
2408 Mill Run Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1828 sf, $1200, 6
months & 1 day lease
term
353 Riverchase Blvd 3br,
2bae 2348 sf $1250,
no pets allowed
for further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com

Crestview
2 and 3 bedroom
homes, No pets. Taking
applications 6824070

Crestview- 3' br, 1 /2
ba, 1 cg, no pets. 126
Camellia Place. $750/
mo+ dd. Call 682-1265

Crestview- 3br, 2ba.
One acre of property.
$700/mo, $700 de-
posit. Pets ok. 682-4280
or 699-4281.

Crestview
3br/1.5 bd brick home
$875,
4br/2ba brick home
$1050. Both available
now. Rick Epperson Bro-
ker 850-865-7777




Crestview- new homes
3br, 2ba, no pets or
smoke Starting at $800
mo+dd. 850835-0432


5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend




2- Acres available in
Creut..e.. City limits, for
rerni open i suggestions.
Water :....er 3t6-7676,
682-0057 leave mes-
sage.








REA.ESTATELFOR
s1i0 - Business/
Commercial
6110 -Apartments
8120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 -Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Ou-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacallon Rentals




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


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office?

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4231447
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Page B10 I Crestview News Bulletin


'Ho - HOUSE -,


Crestview- Sm 2 br, 1
ba house. Lease, refs &
dep. req. $395/mo.
609 E. Chestnut Ave.
978-6305 'days or
537-2186, eves


Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
CH&A, section 8 ap-
roved. 740 Dixie Street,
$585mo, $500 dd.
683-8928 or 758-1609


Crestview: 4br 2ba
fenced 2 acres, outside
pets and horses allowed,
close to town. $1250
+dep. 902-1065


For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool on acre lot in
Holt area. $1100mo,
Dep w/references
(850)537-6222 or
850-499-7412


For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car arage brick
home, 850-956-2553


BELOW MARKET VALUE! New 4br/2ba
brick home in Brooke Estates,
S. $230,000
r ALL BRICK HOME!
Built in 1996. Like New,
, 3br/2ba. $149,500.
Broker Go to www.northwestflahomes.com
r and click on MY PROPERTIES.
1 I 865-7777 or 682-7718


House for rent 5br, 2
ba, 2100sq.ft very spa-
cious, large kitchen,
$1100mo/$700dep.
Pets negotiable. Availa-
ble 5/f5/2007 Call
902-1299


Laurel Hill: 2 br + loft,
2 ba home on 5 acres
with barn. Pond with fish.
$1800 mo. 259-7449


MI ITARY THANKS FOR
MIIILITIATR SERVING!



APPRECIATION .MONTH


S7 EQUINOX "'07 TRAILBLAZER 07 SILVERADO 1500
Front Wheel Drive, LS '626 2 Wheel Drive " Crew Cab, Short Box #11242
SALE PRICE $20,654 FOILITARYAPPRECIATION, -$000 SALE PRICE $21,838FMILITARYAPPRECIATON -$1,000 SALE PRICE $23,028 ARY APPRECIATION-$1000
Trade Assist'$ -:500
ewser model $20,154
AREIT$192154 $20,838 $22,028
PW,PL,CR,TL,AMFMDALUMWHEELS A$4A PW, PL, CR,TL,AFWCD, ALUM WHEELS 2 AFTER A2 AT A
APPRECIATION APPRECIATION APPRECIATION.


07 NEXT GEN SILVERADO 07 COLORADO 07 NEXT GEN SILVERADO
Regular Cab, Auto & AC #11812 Crew Cab, 2WD #11546 Extended Cab,V-8, Auto, A/C #11401
SALE PRICE $16,483 MILITARY APPRCIATION-$1,000 SALE PRICE $18,933 O, CIETRE APRECIATIO -$1000 SALE PRICE $20,084 OR ETA APiRE -$1,000


$15,483 $17,933 $19,084
AERMILITARY, ,TL,ALUM WHEELS CD, AFTERMILITARY AFTEREMILITARY
APPRECIATION ALUM WHEELS APPRECIATION APPRECIATION


07 AVEO with A/C 07 COLORADO 07 MALIBU
4 Door Notchback #11547 Regular Cab, 2WD #1655 Sedan
SALE PRICE $11,585MILITARY APPRECIATION $1000 SALE PRICE $13,539 MILITARY APPRECIATION $1,000 SALE PRICE $15,779 FOTAAPPRECIATION$1,000
Trade Assist$ -500 f T fl Mtrade Assint RI ort-500I
0o $10,085 $12,539 00$14,279
AFTER MILITARY$- AFTER MILITARY PW, PL, CR,TLAC,AAMICD .- AFTER MILITARY
APPRECIATION APPRECIATION APPRECIATION

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ward CRESTVIEW 682-2731

SueiHEVR LET FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
A CNVRUL I 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.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Sale starts 5/09/07 and ends 5/16/07.


Wednesday, May 9, 2007


CLASSIFIED

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JOHN'S COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONICS
COMPUTER REPAIR &PARTS * TV's * STEREO EQUIPMENT
Used Computers Starting at $39.99
Printers. Scanners. Cables. Wireless. Web Cams
PS2. Xbox * Nintendo Games. Accessories
Monday - Friday 10 to 6 136 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
Saturday 9 to 2 Just off Main Street
www.johnscomputersandelectronics.com

682-6723


PROFESSIONAL TREE &
STUMP REMOVAL
ALso OFFERING PRESSURE WASHING & LAWN MAINTENANCE

682-9474*


OWEB


6140
New houses, for
rent to own: Located
off Hwy. 90 East of Crest-
view T,385 - 1,425 sf.
3br, 2ba, 2 car garage.
All electric with Auburn
Water. High ceilings,
fireplaces, garden tubs
and ceramic tile. Very
Nke Houses. NO PETS
$995 per month, D.D.
$995. References and
credit check required. 1
Year Lease. Rent to own
option available. Call
(850)683-0654


1 6160
Room for rent Kitchen
week Includes utilities.
850-826-0044 Donna



Valparaiso, right out-
side Eglin east gate,
Small 1 br efficiency
trailer, newly painted &
carpeted. New furniture.
Must see to appreciate.
$500/mo. 678-1990





ESTATE FOR SALIE
7100 - Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 c ,
in heart of Destin 1351s5.
$225K. Call 368-4291
Crestview
Gardeners Paradise.
3br, 2Y2ba 4cg brick on
1 acre, corner lot. Very
well landscaped mature
trees well, sprkler sys,
24x30 hobby .arage.
$289900 689-0402 or
850-758-6023 "
-Crestview, East of,
Reduced: New .1200sf
MH with Great rm, 2br
2ba on 1g. lot $115,000.
Tom Fuqua Realty
651-9696 or 585-5656
DeFuniak by owner 2yr
old lake front cottage,
2br 1 ba on great fishing
lake with deck and dock.
$225,000. 585-8339
House for Sale, Seller
will pay all closing costs,
3br, 2ba,- .73 acres,
Show by appointment.
682-0234
Laurel Hill Remodeled
3 BR. 1 BA on gorgeous
1 /2 acres $98,900. Call
850-652-3350
Newly remodeled
3br brick home, new
root, carpet CH & A,
fenced yard with lots of
shade trees, Only
$119,000
850-902-2426



Barn For sale,
48 X100Ft Must be
disassembled, Located in
Crestview, $12,000
OBO, 770-352-4990



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
$95,0000. Phone
585-8948
4.5 Acres on Poverty,
Creek Road
850-956-2553
6, Hilltop acres with a view,
H,-�. j! .-.3dd .., Clear Creek
E,' r, r..-.,,- $153,000,
Horse Farm! 38 Acres,
Baker- 3br, Iba $759K.
2068 Shockley Springs
Road. Below $20K/ac.
Beautiful land, pasture,
hardwoods, creek. Great
location. Call Clint
904-249-0438, owner/
broker
SUBDIVISION lots for
sale in Crestview on Old
Bethel Road $55,000
each 770-352-49960


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


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
S Supplies
8310.-Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes



1994 Misubishi
Eclipse std transmission,
130k miles, aood shape,
std, trans $1200 OBd
582-0716
2005 Ford Taurus SEL,
33,000 miles, $12,000,
or take over payments,
New tires, tinted
windows, loaded.

Honda Accord
2003
1 owner, runs & looks
new. $1,500 firm. Call
240-6771

K - t'el o.
Saturn 1998
4dr sedan, A/C, auto,
pwr steering/windows,
cruise, premium wheels,
1 owner less than 43k
miles. Excellent cond.
$5100. 654-0544




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

Chevy Truck '88
Ion bed V8 auto,
.$1000. Call855-1292
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 job. Needs
seaf cover and dash
cover, doors need adjust-"-
ng, all numbers march.
Must sell sell due to ill-
ness with wife., $3500
Cash. 537-8759 and
leave nqme and number
can be seen-at 5378 W.
Dodson Rd in Baker.

Ford Ranger
EdCge 2004
Extended cab, loaded,
premium sound. Excellent
condition. $13,500
850-368-8636



1989 Harley Davidson
Sportster, 1200CC, Belt
drive, $4800 or best of-
fer. Serious inquiries only
Call David at 398-5631
2004 600 VLX Deluxe,
7000 miles, Excellent
condition, $3695 Call
830-6125



2002 Action Craft
21'W/Trailer
$12,000 Call
682-6524 and ask for
Kelly

Challenger 1975 75hp
Evinrude. Exc. cond.
w/trailer $12,995.
682-2147 or 758-9277
Must Selll 16ft. Boat,
50hp motor & trailer
$1200 OBO. Call
398-2478



Minn Kota, Foot control
trolling motor, use one
time. $200,
850-902-2426



32FT, 2004 Travel
Trailer, New Awning,
Good Condition,
$10,500 OBO.
398-5683
Winnebago 2000 Ad-
venturer-. 35' 2 slides,
auto satellite. Too many
extras to name 43,000
miles $52,000. (334)
320-8088


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