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Two men killed Tues EDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007

Two men killed Tuesday in early morning accident


Wendy Victora
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Two men were killed in a
single vehicle accident east
:f Crestview early Tuesday
morning, according to a Florida
Highway Patrol report.
The accident happened just
after midnight at the intersection
:f Edney Avenue and East


Chestnut Avenue.
The identity of the driver, a
44-year-old male, has not been
released. His passenger was
22-year-old Christopher C.
Banks of Crestview.
The 2000 Chevrolet was
traveling eastbound on Chestnut
at a high speed when it failed to
negotiate a sharp curve at that
intersection, .according to the


report. The car left the paved
portion of the roadway and
began rotating. I
It crossed Ed ey Avenue,
struck a utility pole on. its
passenger side and then traveled
another 75 to 100 feet into trees
on a vacant lot, according to
North Okaloosa Fire Chief Ed
Cutler.
"They had almost immediate


help," Culter said. "Because of
the location, they both had the
best chance of survival that you
could give anybody."
Cutler said they had to cut off
the passenger side door, which
had taken most of the impact of
striking the pole and the trees.
Both men were transported
to North Okaloosa Medical
Center.


"We were going to airlift the
driver but his .condition became
so that he couldn't go on the
helicopter," Cutler said.
He said the accident happened
in a residential neighborhood.
Neither man was wearing a
seatbelt, the report noted.
Troopers will release the name
of the driver after his next of kin
has been located and notified.


Hallway painting part of summer refurbishment package


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When the painter was through, "Peace, Love, Unity & Respect" was only a memory.


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - A few deft strokes of
the roller, and all that remained of mural
f28, "Peace, Love, Unity & Respect," was
a faint ghost of its image beneath a coat
:f white primer.
Crestview High School's new
principal, Ed Coleman, is proceeding
with a hallway-painting project that has
drawn criticism because it is obliterating
student-created wall murals and
graphics.
Dazzling white gloss paint, accented
by a 16-inch wide bright "Bulldog red"
stripe and red doors, is replacing dull,
aff-white and blue walls.
It's one part of several summer
refurbishments and construction projects
that are "going to help our whole student
body," Coleman said.
The new paint scheme makes the
lengthy corridors brighter and removing
the lockers that previously lined them
"has created 6 feet of additional width,"
said Coleman. That will help ease hallway
congestion that used to occur during
class changes.
The lockers will be moved to the rear


for CHS


of the school, where construction has
begun on a new "locker hallway" easily
accessible from the bus ramp.
Fans of Bulldog wrestling, basketball
and volleyball 1- as well as students
simply attending P.E. classes - will find
a major improvement in the school's
gymnasium: air conditioning. Four units
will cool the venue in the hot months and
provide heating in the winter.
"Meeting the needs of incoming
freshmen" and "easing their transition"
to high school are major goals of some
of Coleman's summer projects, he said.
All freshman academic core classes will
now be grouped in or near the freshman
wing, where most of the incoming class's
lockers are located, as well.
"I think it will help them academically
and socially," Coleman added.
Meanwhile, the entire west wall of the
cafeteria has been torn down, as well as
walls that defined two classrooms across
the hallway, substantially increasing
the facility's space. New doors west
of the existing doors will provide an
extra entrance to the cafeteria, easing
congestion.
See REBIRTH, 3A


Brian nugnes i Irestview ixews Duulletnn
Construction is under way behind
Crestview High School near the bus
ramp on a new hallway containing
most student lockers.


Special to the News Bulletin
Students at the Crestview Vocational
Technical Center install soffit during
construction of the house built by
students in the CHOICE Program.

Student built house


SOLD!
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTIE\\' - Tonv Roy was skeptical
when he and wife, Pats\, bought a house
five years ago that was built by high
school students enrolled in the CHOICE
Construction Technology Institute in Fort
Walton Beach.
But he was quickly convinced that
purchasing a home built by Construction
Technology Institute (CTI) students is a
smart investment.
"It's well worth the money," said Roy,
See SOLD, 3A


0 Check out the latest youth sports
slideshows.
> Watch a slideshow and video from
Crestview High's Class of 1997
reunion.
> Brian Hughes gives tips on how to
plan your European vacation.
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2A I Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007


A i Photos by
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, Crestview News Bulletin

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Crestview 92 67 mst suni
Daytona Beach 90 71 t-storm
Fort Lauderdale 86 77 t-storm
Fort Myers 87 73 t-stqrm
Gainesville 90 67 t-storm
Hollywood 85 76 t-storm
Jacksonville 92 74 t-storm
Key West 85 80 t-storm
Lady Lake 90 71 t-storm
Lake City 91 69 t-storm
Madison. ., 92 70 i-storrm
Melbourne 89 75 t-storm
Miami 84 75 t-storm
N Smyrna Beach 88 72 t-storm

National Cities


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Boston 70
Chicago 77 6
Dallas 92
Denver 77
Houston 91
Los Angeles 69
Miami 84

Moon Phases


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49 mst sunny
36 mst sunny
76 windy
46 windy
77 pt sunny
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Ocala . 91 70 t-storm
Orlando 91 73 t-storm
Panama City 89 73 t-storm
Pensacola 88 74 t-storm
Plant City 88 71 t-storm
Pompano Beach 85 75 t-storm
Port Charlotte 87 72 t-storm
Saint Augustine 87 72 t-storm
Saint Petersburg 85 75 t-storm
Sarasota 85 73 t-storm
Tallahassee 91 71 t-storm
Tampa 87 73 t-storm
Titusville 89 71 t-storm
Venice 85 73 t-storm
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Phoenix 95 71 windy
San Francisco 66 49 pt sunny
Seattle 57 49 rain
St. Louis 86 74 t-storm
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Editor
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Editorial
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Crestview News Bulletin I 3A




A class act


Kelly Humphrey
Crestview News Bulletin


Amid the hugs,
handshakes, laughter and
smiles at Saturday's 10-year
reunion of Crestview High
School's Class of 1997, a
common response emerged
from the alumni who had
returned to the Hub City
after several years away.
"The city's really grown,
definitely," said Rob West,
an Air Force officer who
came all the way from
California to attend the
reunion. "I'm happy to see
the city grow and flourish."
Many former students,
like West, were shocked to
learn that Crestview has
pulled past Fort Walton
Beach as Okaloosa County's
largest city, and that their
former band director, David
Cadle, is now mayor.
"Really?" asked Jonathan
Giddens, a defense
contractor who lives in
Fayetteville, N.C. "It's
grown exponentially, that's
for sure."
Mileya Harrison Storey, a
social worker in Tallahassee,
said she often tells people,


I1


New classroom-. under
construction on the -.outh
rear end of the school \\ill
replace the two lost in the
cafeteria expansion.
Correcting a _*elt-
perpetuating conundrum
caused by the high
school's growth, "we're
renumbering all the
classrooms to make .en-,e
of it," Coleman said. A ne"v.
updated phone system is
also being installed.
Addingtoschool secu ri ty.
the number of indoor and
outdoor cameras sw keeping
the campus will be doubled
to 64. Both the -school's
security officer and select
administrative staff will
monitor them.
With the exception of
replacing the roof of the
field house, which may
be delayed, the refurbish-
ments under way at
Crestview High are
scheduled for completion
by the first week of August,
in plenty of time for the
start of the new school year
Aug. 20.
"There's been an awful
lot of support for" the
projects, Coleman said.
That the painting project
,has beccrnme a source of f


controversy is frustrating
:me

ling SOLD, contain

ige-
who purchased his second
ned home built by Crestview
CTI students last week.
cents The three-bedroom, two-
bath modular structure
currently sits where it was
constructed, behind the
CHOICE building. It sold
any for approximately $80,000.
In a month or so, the home
will be moved to a vacant
lot beside Roy's current
residence in DeFuniak
Springs.
the "I was very proud of
these young people and
that they stepped up to
the abilities that I knew
they had," said Matt Clark,
dean of the Construction
Technology Institute. "It's
really an accomplishment."
The 1,568 square-foot
vinyl-siding home that took
two years to complete is
deceiving from the outside.
It's walking inside that
makes a person ready to
buy, Roy said.
"Without question, if I
take people through the
house and show them,
they're absolutely amazed
at what our kids can do.
They're all blown away,"
said CHOICE Institutes
Director Jeff Scroggins. "It's
some of the finest quality
. construction you'll see."


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Ann Spann I Cresrview News Bulletin
The bulldog mural in the foyer will be touched up and
the lettering professionally recreated.


for Coleman,' who
emphasizes that it is but
one part of a plethora of
improvements.
"It's not about one item,"
Coleman stressed. "It's a
whole new concept for the
school. It's a rebirth. We're
not just painting,"
Support or not, the loss
of the murals does not sit
well with many Bulldogs.
Courtney Grace Strom,
class of 2002, was one
of four Astronomy Club
members who painted the
award-winning "Wonders


of Astronomy" mural.
"lhavebeenveryupsetand
disheartened over hearing
that most of the murals were
going to be painted over. ...
The astronomy mural was
my baby. I used to point it
out to my friends and family
anytime we were in the
school," Strom said.
But soon the murals
enjoyed each school day by
Strom and her fellow alumni
will just be memories in an
album planned for display
in Crestview High's media
center.


ued from 1A


With features such as a
vaulted living room ceiling,
an attic catwalk, pantry,
laundry rooms, ceiling fans
and walk-in closets for each
bedroom, the interior feels
much larger, Scroggins said.
The master bath includes
a marble whirlpool garden
tub and walk-in shower
with glass enclosure and
marble lavatories.
But the real features lay
inside the walls.
"Ourhousesarebuiltwith
smart house technology,"
said Scroggins.
"It's a smart house," said
Clark.
Unlike older homes and
even many modern models,
this home has structured
wiring for not only Internet,
cable and phone, but also a
five-speaker sound system
and a security system that
can be monitored front the
comfort of a laptop while
out-of-town.
The house was also
engineered to withstand
140 mph wind-born debris
during hurricanes, Clark
said.
"CTI instructors and
students have staked their
reputations on the quality of
construction that went into
this house," he added.


"I think it's a lot of house
for the money," said Roy,
adding that he hopes to buy
another in five years or so.
A few weeks ago, he also
placed an unsuccessful bid
on another house built by
Choctawhatchee, Niceville
and Fort Walton Beach
CTI students. That home
was sold for about $91,000
to a Santa Rosa County
resident.
"We're not in the business
of building homes to make a
profit," Scroggins stressed.
"We're in the business of
building a house so our
kids can gain valuable skills
that a credentialed industry
recognizes."
The amazing part is
that students who haven't
handled tools before were
able to build a house of this
caliber, said Clark. By taking
pride in the craftsmanship
and skills they've obtained,
CTI students are setting a
high bar for other schools
trying to replicate the
program, he added.
All profits from selling
each home are re-invested
into the CTI program.
"If it wasn't a conflict of
interest with me, I would
buy every one of them,"
Scroggins said.


OKALOOSA COUNTY
CO ,N ,N EC-T-I ,ON

The purpose of Okaloosa County government is to be responsive to citizens in providing an appropriate level of accessible services on a
cost effective basis. Critical County values include the following: Continual improvement of infrastructure; health, safety, and well-being
of the citizens; preservation of natural resources; responsible economic development; leadership; and stewardship.
Calendar Connection June 2007
Now through June 16 -Images of Florida Exhibit at Heritage


REBIRTH, continued from 1A


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"I'm from what used to be
a small town."
The Florida State
University alumna said
she was grateful for the
opportunity to grow up in a
small town.
"We were a very close-
knit class," she said of
her fellow Bulldogs. "We
were very lucky in that
we received a very good
education that prepared us
for college."
MorethanlOOmembersof
the Class of 1997 descended
on Foxwood Country Club
for the reunion.
The former Bulldogs
paused for a moment
to remember their six
classmates who have passed
away, and to salute the
many members of the class
who had or are currently
serving in the military.
Debbie Tuggle, who
served as a class officer
during her senior year
at Crestview, is now the
controller of the state
of Indiana's Medicare
program. She is one of
many members of the class
who have gone on to enjoy
success in their chosen


careers.
"We had 285 people
in our graduating class,
and we had more than
100 people say they were
coming tonight," Tuggle
said.
While organizing the
event took longer than she
had anticipated, she said all
of the hard work was worth
it.
"This is an extraordinary
turnout," she said. "I'm
really proud of how
diverse, and yet how tight-
knit, our class is. We have
people who are doing all
sorts of interesting things,
from being in the military to
being stay-at-home moms."
Brad Stewart, who served
as the class president,
now makes his home in
Crestview after graduating
from Nova Southeastern
University Law School in
May 2006. An assistant
state's attorney, he grew up
in Crestview and is proud
of the city's growth.
"I was blessed to be able
to grow up here," he said.
"It's great to be back and to
see such a great turnout of
old friends."













Opinion & Editorial


To THE

EDITOR

Johnny Brown
Crestview
As a former 10-year
veteran of the Crestview
City Council, five years
as president, and as being
associated with C.P.D. for
approximately 10 years, I
have observed 20 years of
May Day events first hand,
and recent complaints only
depict part of the issues.
First of all, all the events
during the day are designed
to provide a good whole-
some family environment,
and I have enjoyed this -
especially the food, as well
as all May Day partici-
pants. This family oriented
part of May Day lasts until
approximately 5 p.m.
But then it turns into
something different as
vehicles begin to come in
from everywhere. This
demonstration of vehicles
runs bumper to bumper
until approximately 2 to
3 a.m. in approximately a
three-mile circle, violating
a variety of local and state
laws and ordinances.
Just to mention a few,
unlawful people riding on
and hanging out of cars,
modified radios at the
highest volume possible,
alcohol being consumed
in vehicles blatantly and
openly, people dressed
improperly and obviously
impaired by something.
In the past, I have ob-
served indecency in the
street by women with al-
most no clothes on and be-
ing videotaped. Also there
are local reports of im-
proper physical conduct in
residents' yards. However,
in the past, C.P.D. did not
have enough personnel to
cover all this, and the later
at night it gets,-the worse
it gets.
After 20 years of the
night version being al-
lowed to ignore the laws
and do as they please, we
now have a chief that has
simply taken a stand to
stop the drug aspect and
gain extra support just to
insure the safety of all resi-
dents and participants.
In all his briefings, Chief
Mitchell stated this effort
was for just that and not to
interfere with the real May
Day events. The streets of
the city of Crestview are
all under his responsibil-
ity, as well as the safety of
all residents.
I commend Chief Mitch-
ell and the mayor for stand-
ing with him. And I urge
the City Council to do the
only right thing and stand
also behind the chief.
The discussions and
changes should be only
between the planners of
May Day and then only be
within the law and not an
all night event.
This is not a racial mat-
ter, but a safety and civic
matter.


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Crestviewbulletin.com can help you weather the storm


Kelly Humphrey
Crestview News Bulletin

I don't know about you,
but if I hear one more story
about hurricane season, I
think I'm going to scream.
Yes, I know preparation is
important, which is why the
wonderful staff at the Crest-
view News Bulletin pre-
pared Saturday's hurricane
survival guide for you. I real-
ize that many newcomers to
our area might not be aware
of the supplies that can help
you weather a storm, so I'm
happy for us to devote some
space to reminding folks
about the items we all need



Senate's
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that they are so engrossed in
voices
of that
Ameri-
c a nr
Jeff Miller public?
Could
it be
that they are so engrossed in
pontificating that they can't
hear the very people that
elected them? Or, is there
another reason?


to stock up on, especially
during the tax-free period.
But at some point, all of
the warnings, reminders,
and checklists get to be a
little overwhelming. Which
is why I'm not going to talk
about hurricane season in
this space today.
NOT!
I almost had you, didn't
I? The truth is, I do want to
mention one simple thing
about this season - some-
thing that I hope you and
your loved ones will find
helpful if, God forbid, North
Okaloosa County should be
hit by a major storm.
As the News Bulletin staff


and I have been discussing
our emergency preparedness
plan, it occurred to us that
our paper's Web site can play
an important role in keeping
folks who are outside of our
area updated on what's go-
ing on. While your landline
or cell phone may not work
in the immediate aftermath
of a storm, and you may lose
power or Internet access,
we've taken steps to ensure
that we will be able to post
updates on our Web site no
matter what Mother Nature
may throw at us.
In the wake of a storm,
we will immediately begin
posting photos, video and


stories about the hardest
hit areas. We'll let you and
your loved ones know about
evacuations, road closures,
power outages, etc. That
way, if you've evacuated to
Atlanta and want to know if
the power is back on in your
neighborhood, or if the roads
to Crestview are clear, all you
have to do is log on to crest-
viewbulletin.com.
The same is true for your
loved ones, who may not be
able to get a hold of you in
the days right after a storm.
Our Web site will keep them
up to date on any damage
that might have occurred,
as well as the progress being


view of amnesty clashes with the


The Senate's "grand bar-
gain" on immigration isn't a
bargain for anyone involved,
especially law abiding Amer-
icans. Since last week, my
offices have been inundated
with calls from outraged
constituents expressing op-
position to the proposal.
Amnesty pardons those
who have broken a law. Ig-
noring the fact that illegal
aliens are working in the
United States illegally, and
making them eligible for le-'
gal status and citizenship
is de facto amnesty. And if
past is prologue, it is clear
that this amnesty proposal


will encourage even greater
numbers of aliens to enter
our country illegally.
Simply put, we cannot
continue to allow our immi-
gration laws to be violated
and ignored - illegal aliens
are by definition criminals.
I'll give you a mere three
reasons showing that the
Senators who drafted the bill
do not have the interest of the
American people at heart.
Besides giving general
amnesty to all the illegals,
the bill specifically grants
amnesty for gang members
and for fugitives who have
been ordered deported by an


immigration judge, but have
refused to leave. There are
over 30,000 illegal-alien gang
members in over 33 states,
who would only have to
sign a "renunciation of gang
affiliation" to be granted am-
nesty. These are the same
folks who are destroying our
neighborhoods with the use
of guns, drugs, and other
violent means. Do you want
them as your neighbor?
Second, the Senate bill al-
lows the government only
one business day to conduct
a background check to deter-
mine whether an applicant is
a criminal or terrorist. The


made in the clean-up effort.
Our staff is working ev-
ery day to make our Web site
more informative and user-
friendly. Our goal is to post
something new every day,
and provide our readers with
the opportunity to submit
material of their own.
In the coming weeks,
you'll be hearing more about
a new program called ZVents,
which allows schools, church-
es, clubs and organizations
to post information about
upcoming events. The infor-
mation appears in the paper
and on our Web site, giving
you double the exposure for
your event.



public's
federal government does
not have a comprehensive,
searchable database with all
the treacherous people in
the world that it can quickly
reference for background
checks. The whole point ol
immigration laws is to know
who is coming into our coun-
try. It is important to remind
folks that it was just during
the 1986 amnesty that Mah-
moud "The Red" Abouhali-
ma was granted legal status
upon forged documents. He
became the terrorist leader
in the 1993 terrorist attack
against the World Trade
Center.


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GOVERNMENT


* The NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION FOR
ACTIVE & RETIRED
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
ASSOCIATION CHAPTER
1428 gets together once
a month for 11 a.m. lunch
and a 12 p.m. meeting
at Barnhill's in Fort
Walton Beach. For more
information, call 678-5678.
* MAIN STREET
CRESTVIEW
ASSOCIATION holds
regular meetings open to the
public. For information, call
689-3722.
* The DEMOCRATIC.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Voter registration assistance
is available. For details
please call 682-6909.
* The BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Baker Area Public Safety
Building, located at 1375
19th St. in Baker. The public
is encouraged to attend. If
you have any questions,
please call 537-2487
* HOLT DISTRICT
BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS holds
their regular scheduled
meetings every third
Thursday of the month at


490 W. U.S. Highway 90,
Holt, in the community
building at 6:30 p.m. The
public is encouraged to
attend. '
* HOLT FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular training meeting
the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at
the fire station located at 490
W. U.S. Highway 90 in Holt.
Persons interested in joining
the department are welcome
to attend.
* The DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at 4418 Poverty
Creek Road. The public is
invited to attend.
* The LAUREL HILL
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
on the second Friday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in
the Laurel Hill City Hall.
The public is always
welcome to attend.
* The NORTH
OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each
month at the fire station
83, located at 5241 U.S.
Highway 4 in Milligan. Each
meeting begins at 7 p.m.
The regular scheduled


meetings for May and June
have been changed to 7 p.m.
on the third Monday of the
month.
* The OKALOOSA
- WALTON
TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally
meets on the third Thursday
of the month at the Niceville
Community Center, 204
North Partin Drive at 3 p.m.
To confirm the meeting date
and location, call 1-800-226-
8914 ext. 231.
* The LAUREL HILL
CITY COUNCIL meets
on the -.econd and fourth
Thursday of each month at
City Hall on State Road 85N
in Laurel Hill. Each session
starts at 7 p.m.
* The ALMARANTE
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DISTRICT holds their
monthly business and
commissioners meeting on
the second Thursday night
of each month at the fire
station.
' The NORTH
OKALOOSA REPUBLICAN
CLUB holds its monthly
meetings on the third
Tuesday of each month
at Hideaway Pizza in
Crestview at 6:30 p.m.
For more information,


contact Barney L. Bailey Jr. at
689-3773 or 865-0475.
i* The CRESTVIEW CITY,.
COUNCIL meets every
second and fourth Monday,
of each month at Crestview
City Hall on Wilson Street in
downtown Crestview. Each
session starts at 6 p.m.
* The BLACKMAN
FIRE DISTRICT holds their
monthly board meeting
on the first Monday night
of each month at the fire
station. The meetings begin
at 7 p.m.
* The OKALOOSA
/BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS meets
on the first and third
Tuesday of each month.
Each meeting alternates in
location between the county
courthouse in Crestview,
and the water and sewer
building in Fort Walton
Beach.
Morning meetings
begin at 8:30 a.m.; evening
meetings begin at 6 p.m. Be
sure to go online at www.
co.okaloosa.fl.us and check
for the most recent calendar
of events.
* The FEDERAL
CIVILIAN RETIREE
SERVICE CENTER is
located in Room 165A,
Building 210 on Eglin Air


Force Base. Its hours of
operation are Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday
of each week from 9 a.m. to I
p.m. Walk-ins are welcome, <
or call 882-2720 for an
appointment or additional
information.
* The REPUBLICAN
WOMEN OF OKALOOSA,
FEDERATED meets at Two
Trees Restaurant in the
clubhouse of Fort Walton
Beach Golf Club.
The next meeting will
be on Wednesday, June 5
beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Guest speaker
Okaloosa County School
Superintendent Alexis
Tibbetts will address issues
pertaining to the Okaloosa
County School District
and how the legislative
special session may affect its
budget.
To make a reservation,
call Mitzi Henley at 862-3814
by Sunday, June 3rd. Cost of
the lunch is $15. Guests are
welcome.
* The DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please call
Mary Grace Evors at 864-
5275.


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Editor


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Office Manager


Melissa Tedder
Classified Advisor


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Graphic Artist


Ann Spann
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Sports Editor Community News


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007 LOCAL Crestview News Bulletin 5A


Crutchfield, Gilbert

engagement


Special to the News Bulletin
Jhanna Crutchfield and her fiance, Ryan Gilbert.
The parents of Jhanna Patrice Crutchfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Reginald Crutchfield, and the parents of Ryan Larry
'Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Randal Gilbert, all of Crestview, are
pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming
,marriage of their children.
Jhanna is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Hanna of Crestview and of Mrs. Patricia Crutchfield and
the late Mr. Bill Crutchfield of Marianna, Florida. Ryan
is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shaw and Ms.
Catherine Gilbert.
The ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 11,
2007 at Crestview First United Methodist Church at 2 p.m.
A reception will immediately follow at Adara Country
Club in Crestview. Friends and relatives are invited to
attend.
The couple are both 2007 graduates of the University
of Florida with bachelors degrees. Jhanna is currently
employed as a conference coordinator for the University
of Florida and Ryan is enrolled at the University of Florida
pursuing a masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning.
,They will reside in Gainesville after the wedding.


SHarts' silver anniversary
Richard and Teri Hart of Crestview celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary on June 5.'They were married June 5, 1,982 in Crestview by
Reverend T.V. Kometz. , . 1 ...... . .
Mr. Hart is employed by the Okaloosa County School'Board and Mrs,.
Hart is employed by the Okaloosa County Department of Corrections.
The Harts have one son, Lee Hart and his wife Amy, and one
daughter, Lacey Hart. They have one grandson, Colby Lee Hart, and
two step-grandchildren, D.J. and Audrey Kelly.


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It's time for Wal-Mart's annual Take a Kid Fis-hing
event at Twin Hills Park. The fun begins on June 9
at 8 a.m. and continues through noon. If you have
children ages 15 and under who enjoy spending
time outside fishing playing games and receiving
fun prizes. come on out! Free food will be served for
children who are registered for the event. Fishing
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It has been a long road home
for California resident Angus
"Skip" Moses.
He traveled to Baker to
place a stone on the grave of his
biological father.
This cross-country trip is just
one leg of a long journey that
has taken Moses more than 50
years. But along the way, he
discovered his family roots in
North Okaloosa County.
Moses wias born in Falco,
Ala., a small rural community
just over the Florida state line.
The community had thrived
after the turn of the century,
when turpentine and timber
were king.
Moses' mother moved him
and his two sisters to New
Mexico by 1946. She had also
told him that he was adopted.
Moses joined the U.S. Army
and married his wife, Mary,
while stationed in Hawaii in
1956.
It was not until the young
couple planned a trip requiring a
passport that Moses discovered
a shocking secret about himself.
When he requested his birth
certificate from the Alabama
Bureau of Vital Statistics to
obtain a passport, he was told
that there was no record of
adoption and that his birth
name was Angus Peaden.
When Moses confronted
her, his mother admitted that
she had not been truthful with
him. She told him that she had
divorced his father, J.B. Peaden,
and he was dead.
Moses immediately
contacted a lawyer.
"He told me it would be
easiest to change my name to
Moses for $50," he explained.
"Which is what we did. Fifty
dollars was a lot of money
then."
Although curious about his
family, Skip filed the knowledge
away for many years, while he
raised a family and pursued a
career.
But in 1996 Moses had his
curiosity stirred again when
he and Mary attended her 50th
high school reunion in Hawaii.
They met anold acquaintance
of Mary's named Barbara
Peaden and discovered that her'
father was.stationed .in Hawaii


Durell "Barney" Barnes,
age 86, of Crestview, passed
away Friday, June 1. He
was born on July 10, 1920 in
Baker to Lunnie and Lillie
Belle Richards Barnes.
Mr. Barnes lived in
Georgia most of his life,
returning to Crestview
in 1988. He was an Army


in the military. But her father
was originally from Florida.
After returning home, Moses
wanted to know more and took
his search to the Internet.
It was then, in what Moses
describes as "just a stroke
of luck," that he discovered
the Baker Block Museum's
genealogy resources.
Moses and Mary made a trip
to Florida to visit the museum
and do research in the genealogy
library, hoping for a connection
to his past.
It was there that the couple
hit pay dirt. Museum curator
Jeanette Henderson, who is a
local historian and native of the
area, knows many members of
the Peaden family personally.
She was able to tell Moses about
his grandparents.
She also took him to the
Pyron Springs Cemetery, north
of Baker, where the couple,
Dallas and Lila Barnhill Peaden,
are buried.
A story about Moses and
his discovery that ran in the
Crestview News Bulletin in
May 2006 led him to many of
his relatives that are _.till 1i% ing , ,
OlenP.adei�n a first cousin.of
Moses, called Henderson to pay,.


that the unmarked grave next to
his grandfather's was that of his
father, James B. Peaden.
A week later, Skip was on
a plane to Bradenton, Fla., to
attend a Peaden family reunion.
There met many of his first
and second cousins for the first
time.
He has since discovered
that many of the Peaden
family, including his father,
had migrated to Pahokee, Fla.,
to farm sugar cane in the early
1930s.
He has also obtained a death
certificate for his father, who
was shot in St. Augustine in
1948.
There are still many
unanswered questions for
Moses, who plans to travel with
his wife to St. Augustine. The
couple will then attend another
Peaden family reunion near
Bradenton, where the family
will meet Mary for the first
time.
"I really feel great. I can
now tell my children and
grandchildren where we came
from. That's the part that really
excites me,' explained Moses.
He will also ,visit a first
cousip,, rlu Peqep, who is a


Durell "Barney" Barnes
veteran, having served in Survivors include his
World War II, where he was wife of 30 years, Georgia
awarded the Bronze Star for Barnes; two sons, J.D.
Meritorious Service. and D.W. Barnes; three
He was a member of the brothers, Hinnon Pornelia
American Legion, the VFW, Barnes, Kohnell Barnes,
and a life member of the and Rhett Barnes; two
AmVets. Mr. Barnes worked sisters, Crystelle Brannon
with the M.R. & R. Trucking and Ernestine Jones; several
Company in Georgia. grandchildren, great-


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Arlus has already sent
Skip a picture of the father he
never met and he has a large
chest full of family photos and
memorabilia, which he has
offered to share.
"I can't wait to dig into that,"
Moses said with a grin.
"I am finding more
information as I go and I have
made so many friends at the
Baker Museum. I can't tell you
how helpful they have been."


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Skip Moses has been
gathering as much
information about his late-
father, J.B. Peaden,
as he can.


grandchildren, nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be
held Wednesday, June 6 at
1 p.m. from the chapel of
Brackney Funeral Service.
The family received friends
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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* Mark Allen
McDonald, 39, was
arrested June 2 in Holt for
battery after striking his
girlfriend on the head.
* Bradley Wallace
Himes, 41, was arrested
May 29 in Crestview
for aggravated battery
against a female.
* Kevin Brian Joseph,
34, was arrested May 31
in Crestview for battery
against his wife.
* Willie Lee Thomas,
Jr, 26, was arrested June
2 in Shalimar for battery


against a pregnant
female.
* Landon L. Blair,
31, was arrested June 3
in Crestview for battery
against a female.
* Charles Raybon
Horak, 38, was arrested
June 1 for grand theft and
dealing in stolen property
after selling property he
borrowed.
* Brittany Joyce
Hensley, 16, was arrested
June 3 in Crestview for
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City of Crestview
building permits
5/14: Wayne L. Adams, 240 Raptor Drive,
Crestview, new construction by Adams Homes.
5/15: Raymond 0. Crosby, 109 Peoria,
Crestview, new construction by D.R. Horton, Inc.
5/16: Craig Dye, 451 Laticia Drive, Crestview,
swimming pool by Anglo Pool & Spa.
5/18: Jeanie Harris, 521 Tikell Drive,
Crestview, swimming pool by Kyle's Pool &
Patio.
4/23: Raymond Crosby, 521 Boulder
Street, Crestview, new construction by DR
Horton, Inc.
4/26: Dennis Gamble, 231 Tiffot Circle,
Crestview, new construction by Gamble
Construction, Inc.
Okaloosa County building
permits
4/25: Daniel and Betsy Brooks, 6025
Bud Moulton Road, Crestview, electrical and
mechanical by Crestview Electric. * Sammy
Collingwood, Zach Avenue, Crestview,
electrical by homeowner. * Okaloosa
Community Development Corp., 4643 Eagle
Way, Crestview, electrical by American
Electric. * Gordan Gibson, 4671 Retreat Inlet,
Baker, plumbing and electrical by homeowner.
* Frank and Bonnie Potts, 6041 Bud Moulton
Road, Crestview, reroof by TL Roofing.
Elisah Suero, 5688 Reinke Drive, Crestview,
mechanical by American Residential Services.
* Adams Homes, 2362 Barberee Drive,
Crestview, mechanical by Calvin's Heating &
A/C.
4/26: Michael and Teresa Smith, 6263
Bethany Drive, Crestview, doors by CTG




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Improvements. * Linda Edge, 4225 Harielson
Road, Crestview, mechanical by Advantage
Air; electrical by The Buyers Advance Finance.
* Steven and Monkia Butt, Alex Lane, Baker,
accessory structure by homeowner. * B&E
Investment, LLC, 895 Hwy 85 N, Crestview,
plumbing by Faith Mechanical. . Janet
Elliot, 5968 Buck Ward Road, Baker, pool by
Fort Walton Pools. * Joseph Saunders, 460
John King Road, Crestview, electrical by 1
Source Contracting. * Keith Drewes, 1231
Chestnut Avenue, Crestview, plumbing and
electrical by homeowner. * Linda Edge, 4225
Harielson Road, Crestview, mobile home and
plumbing by CJ's Mobile Home Service. *
Brandon Foley, 2375 West Kelly Road, Baker,
mobile home and plumbing by CJ's Mobile
Home Service. * Helen White, 4257 Hassell
Road, Crestview, electrical by homeowner.
* Whitworth Builders, 3093, 3095 and 3091
Border Creek Road, Crestview, plumbing by
Amore Plumbing Company. * West Florida
Homes, 5925 Wind Trace Road, Crestview,
plumbing by Amore Plumbing Company. *
Bobbie Kennedy, 3174 Earl Kennedy Road,
Crestview, electrical by DB Electric
4/27: Duane Jones, 5910 McCallum Road,
Crestview, plumbing by Plumbing Systems.
* Holiday Builders, 2420,2405 and 2378
Cumberland Way, Crestview, electrical by
Richardson Ent.
4/30: Kyle Kruger and Erin Maijub, 2256
Titanium Drive, Crestview, irrigation by
homeowner. * Laureen and James Klaas,
61,09 Willow Lane, Crestview, mechanical
by Niceville Refrigeration. * Lester Jackson,
6411 Lake Ella Road, Crestview, electrical by
Twin Cities Electric. * Harriet Covington, 5378
Staghorn Road, Crestview, electrical by William


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Lloyd Electric. * Crestview Acquisition Corp.,
5486 Fairchild Road, Crestview, accessory
structure by Armbruster Construction.
5/1: Daniel Raybon, 2971 McCarty Avenue,
Crestview, mechanical by Metro Comfort
Masters. * Westerheim Homes, 4583 Durbin
Lane, Holt, burglar/fire alarm by Advanced
Design Tech. * William and Lynda Edens, 5474
Monterrey Road, Crestview, addition by Jeremy
Stewart Construction. * Emelda and Robert
Sweeney, 231 Pinoak Court West, Crestview,
accessory structure by Aluminum Additions.
* OKLCO, 5223 Moore Loop, Crestview,
plumbing by Always Plumbing.. * Lockermann
Properties, Pinecrest Road, Crestview, single
family dwelling by Jacob Locke Construction.
* Roger Riley II, Earl Campbell Road, Laurel
Hill, mechanical by King Electric; plumbing by
and single family dwelling by homeowner. *
Jay and Doris Martin, 5530 Tom Page Lane,
Baker, plumbing and mobile home by John's
Mobile Home Service. * Gregory and Marilyn
Kingure, 4864 Orlimar Street, Crestview,
, irrigation by homeowner. * Keith Drewes, 1231
Chestnut Avenue, Crestview, pool and electric
by homeowner. * Brandon Foley, 2375 West
Kelly Road, Baker, mechanical by Advantage
Air; electrical by The Buyers Advance Finance.
* Dorothy and Gary Anderson, 5735 Wildwood
Road, Crestview, electrical by homeowner.
* Donald Unior, 1140 Skeeter Lane, Baker,
single family dwelling by homeowner.
Crestview'Acquisition Corp., 5486 Fairchild
Road, Crestview, plumbing by Mechanical
Fire Protection. * Whitworth Builders, 5928
Wind Trace Road, Crestview, electrical by
Richardson Ent. * West Florida Homes, 5921
Wind Trace Road, electrical by Richardson
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everyone to attend.
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MEETING JUNE 14: Law
S Library Chairman G. Robert
.... / Barren has scheduled a
"'" ~ / Law Library Board Meeting
: I t- ' "/ Thursday, June 14, . at
, 1:30 p.m. This is a public
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of their blood types. Annex at 1250 N. Eglin
. Therefore, the American Parkway.
Red Cross will be hosting OKALOOSA YOUTH
many public drives over the WEEK CANCELLED:
coming weeks in an effort Okaloosa Youth Week,
to bolster the blood supply initially scheduled for
for the coming months. the week of June 11-15 at
The Crestview blood several area schools, has
drive will be held June 21 been cancelled.
at Crestview Aerospace, BLOOD DRIVE:
Hangar 1, 5486 Fairchild Northwest Florida Blood
Road from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Center is hosting a drive
GARRETT-BUSH on Saturday, June 9, at Wal-
REUNION:The90thannual Mart in Crestview from 10
Garret Bush Reunion will a.m. to 3 p.m.
be held Sunday, June 10, Call 862-4216 for details.
at the First Baptist Church ART EXHIBITS AT
of Milligan. Everyone is OWC: Two new art exhibits,
invited to attend Sunday Arts & Design Society 15th
School at 9:45 a.m. and Regional Juried Fine Arts
morning worship at 11 Exhibition and 2006 Golden
a.m. A covered dish lunch Brush Award Winner
will be served immediately Anne Carothers, will be on
after morning worship, display from now to June 7

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Thursday, June 7, from 10
a.m. until 1 p.m. This year's
event features activities
and displays for kids of all
ages.
A rock climbing wall and
Stampin' Up Fun Faces will
also be at the event.
ST. JUDE EVENT: A
workout for a St. Jude
event benefiting St. Jude
Children's Research
Hospital will be held at
Curves for Women on June
8 in Crestview.
By participating in the
event, you will help raise
funds for children of the
world who are stricken with
diseases like cancer, AIDS
and sickle cell anemia.
If you are interested in
participating or making a
donation, call Lisa Brennan
at 689-1899.
JUNE CELEBRATION:
The Florala Band Boosters
are taking applications for
the Annual 24th of June
Celebration - Arts and Craft
Show at the Alabama State
Park. The event will take
place on Saturday, June 30
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Call (334) 858-2072 or
(334) 858-8216 for more
information.
JUNKYARD DOG
CELEBRATION: On June 9,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the
Junkyard Dog will celebrate
its second anniversary with
special sales and a slice
of birthday cake for all its
customers.
If you spend $50 or
more, you'll automatically
be entered into a door prize
drawing, and your purchase
will benefit animals at the
PAWS Humane Society and
Adoption Center in need of
a loving home.
The Junkyard Dog is
located at 179 Northeast
Eglin Parkway, Fort Walton
Beach.


at the Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center
Galleries in Niceville on
the campus of Okaloosa-
Walton College.
VOLUNTEERS
NEEDED: Covenant
Hospice is seeking
compassionate volunteers
who are interested in
making a difference in
the lives of patients and
families facing life-limiting
illnesses.
A volunteer training
workshop will be held from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, June 13, at the
Covenant Hospice office
located at 370 W. Redstone
Ave in Crestview.
Even if you only have
a little time to give, you
can make a big difference.
The workshop will discuss
the many ways in which
volunteers can get involved,
including providing
patient and family support,
visiting nursing homes and
assisting with community
outreach activities and
administrative tasks.
Lunch will be provided.
To register or to learn more,
please call Donna Chapman
at 682-3628.
YOUNG INVESTORS:
Young Investor Program
classes are being held at
the following locations and
pre-registration is required.
The second class will be
offered in Crestview on June
12 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the
Okaloosa Extension Office,
5479 Old Bethel Road. Call
689-5850, 729-1400, ext.
5850, or e-mail lboutwell@
co.okaloosa.fl.us to find out
how to save, invest, increase
personal wealth and have
fewer credit problems.
KIDS DAY: The city of
Fort Walton Beach will host
its annual "Kids Day" at
the Fort Walton Landing on


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From staff reports


blood donors, especially
those with types O and B
blood, to give blood over
the coming weeks in order
to help maintain a safe
and stable blood supply.
A collection of 700 units
per day is needed to meet
current hospital requests for
blood and blood products.
The American Red Cross
is particularly in need of
O donors. Because over
half the blood ordered by
hospitals in our region is
Type O blood, the demand
for that type is growing.
0 Positive blood can be
transfused into patients
with any positive blood
type, and O negative is
"universal donor" blood,
meaning it canbe transfused
into all patients regardless


JUNE

HURRICANE
PREPAREDNESS JUNE 8:
The American Red Cross
of Northwest Florida
will host a free hurricane
preparedness presentation
at 10 a.m. at the Crestview
Senior Activity Center at
Old Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Boulevard. The
event will inform senior
citizens on how to be better
prepared for hurricane
season. All seniors are
invited to attend. Call
689-3010 for more
information.
0 DONORS NEEDED:
The American Red Cross
is calling upon all eligible


of northern France. By
midnight 57,000 Americans
and 75,000 British Empire
forces had gained.a tenuous
toehold in Fortress Europe.
Within a year they would
stand victorious, the Axis
forces vanquished and
occupied nations liberated.
The National World War
II Museum in New Orleans
excellently chronicles the
events of D-Day and the
subsequent liberation of
occupied Europe. Include
it on your next visit to the
Crescent City.
Today, the ranks of our
WorldWarIIheroes dwindle
at an increasing rate. Take
time today to reflect on
their accomplishments and
those of their comrades in
the Pacific Theater-and
to thank them for the
freedoms our European
friends and we enjoy as a
result.
And also remember
those soldiers, sailors and
airmen who sacrificed their
lives in the endeavor, as
did President Roosevelt in
his radio prayer, "Embrace
these, Father, and receive
them, Thy heroic servants,
into Thy kingdom."


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Americans listening to
their radios the evening
of June 6, 1944, heard
a decidedly different
broadcast from President
Franklin D. Roosevelt. In
lieu of his usual upbeat,
optimistic "fireside chats,"
the nation instead heard a
sobering prayer:
"Almighty God: Our
sons, the pride of our.nation,
this day have set upon a
mighty endeavor, a struggle
to preserve our Republic, our
religion, and our civilization,
and to set free a suffering
humanity....
"They will- need Thy
blessings. Their road will
be long and hard. For
the enemy is strong. He
may hurl back our forces.
Success may not come with
rushing speed, but we shall
return again and again; and
we know that by Thy grace,
and by the righteousness
of our cause, our sons will
triumph."
That morning, the largest
amphibious landing in the
history of the world had
commenced on the beaches


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CHECI


it OUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

The Library of Congress,
the largest library in the
world, was founded in
1800 (with a core collection
from Thomas Jefferson's
personal library) to serve
the research needs of the
U. S. Congress.
Although that is still
its primary mission, the
Library's reading rooms are
open to those above high
school age without charge.
The restored 1897
Thomas Jefferson Building
with its magnificent Great
Hall, has been called "the
most beautiful public
building in Washington."
The highlight of my trip
to Washington, DC in April
was taking a tour of the
Library and going through


the process of obtaining a
Reader Identification Card
to be allowed access to the
Main Reading Room.
(Be thankful we don't
require your picture on
your library card here. The
one on my LOC card makes
even my driver's license
mug look like a glamour
shot.)
It's hard to describe the
awe-inspiring, and almost
reverent, feeling the Library
of Congress invokes as you
walk its halls.
In exploring some of
the almost catacomb-
like sections off the Main
Reading Room, I spied a
tunnel-like room labeled
"telephone books and city
directories." I actually
found my parents' name
and phone number from
their small farming town


in South Dakota there in
the bowels of the Library of
Congress.
If you ever get a chance,
don't miss touring the
Library of Congress. It is
history you can feel. In the
meantime, take a virtual
tour by going to www.loc.
gov/jefftour.

STAFF PICKS
"Jefferson's Legacy:
A Brief History of the
Library of Congress" by
John Y. Cole 027.5 Col
Illustrated. throughout with
color plates that suggest
the variety and richness of
the collection, the book is
brimming with fascinating
facts and anecdotes that
should' make it popular
among general readers.
"Murder at the Library
of Congress" by Margaret


Truman Mys Tru Audio
Mys Tru LP Mys Tru (Yes,
we have it in regular print,
audio cassette, and large
print formats.) Following
murders connected to an
attemptto obtain a supposed
diary of Columbus on his
voyage to the New World,
a Washington art gallery
owner investigates the
black market in rare books.
"Making Children Mind
Without Losing Yours" by
Kevin Leman 641 Lem I've
probably read a hundred
books on pregnancy, natural
childbirth and parenting
while raising four sons.
This remains one of my
favorites and probably
influenced my parenting
approach 'more than any
other single title
"How to Handle
Difficult Parents: A


Teacher's Survival Guide"
by Suzanne Capek Tingley
371 Tin Sometimes it's
not just the children who
could use a little discipline;
just ask any teacher! John
Rosemond, another of my
favorite parenting authors,
calls this a "funny, practical
book on how to deal with
parents who expect too
much of teachers and too
little of their children."

PROGRAMS
The OVAL art
appreciation classes for 1st-
5th graders (every Monday
at 6:00 p.m. during June and
July) start next week.
The June 5 First Tuesday
Lecture at 10:30 a.m. will
be "Shade Gardening"
with MN aster Gardeners Bob
Bayer and Shari Farrell..I


QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Computers let you
make more mistakes faster
than any other invention,
with the possible exception
of handguns and tequila,"
Lee Rainie, Director, Pew
Internet & American Life
Project, opening keynote
speaker at the Computers
in Libraries 2007 conference
April 16th in Washington,
D.C.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Let
Jean, Sandra, Heather,
Lise, Anna, Sharon, Marie,
Sengdara, Tracey, and Tara
help you.
Stop by 1445 Commerce
Drive, call 682-4432 or.,
682-8776, or visit www.
cityofcrestview.org/ library..
htm.


BEAT Stormy weather can strike anywhere
with Chayne Sparagowski


Hurricane Season has
begun, and with two
tropical storms already
named, it seems as if the
busy season predicted
will occur. This affects
everyone, at any age.
The 2007 hurricane
season should be one of
remembrance here on the
Gulf Coast. Why? We will
recognize and remember
many of the storms'
names.
Storms that were not
devastating in the damage
or in casualties have their
names recycled every six
years, and this year we
have names like Barry
(already used last week!),
and Erin.


I remember 1995, well,
sort of. I was 6 years old
when Opal struck. I don't
remember much of the
storm, but I do remember
the eye of the storm.
The entire sky was a
grim, ominous yellow.
There was a bright yellow
dot where the sun was
shining through the.
clouds-later, we would
find out a tornado touched
down in the vicinity of
Okaloosa Lane and U.S.
Highway 90. ,
Earlier in the year, we
had Hurricane Erin, butL
I don't recall anything '
specific about Erin, except
that it struck around my -
sixth birthday and almost


canceled my part at
-Chuck-E-Cheese in Fort
Walton Beach (hey, that's
a big deal to a child!), and
that Erin hit the Gulf Coast
in nearly the same place as
Opal would make landfall
later that year in October.
A storm I do remember
well is Tropical Storm
Georges. I remember the
headline of the Northwest
Florida Dail\ News
reading "Okaloosa's New-
Island!" and depicting an
aerial picture of Cresthiew
surrounded by water! The
Shoal River, the Yellow
River, and many other
tributaries had spilled
over their banks by far,
flooding many essential


transportation routes, and
areas that were, and still
are, heavily populated.
No one was expecting
or really prepared for that;
the storm was projected to
make landfall further west,
and it did, but the cycles
of rain and runoff weren't
"projected." However,
the (estimated) 18 inches
of rainfall here, and the
rainfall from those areas .
north of us, added up, and,
caused the rivers to not,
only flood, but also engulf,
and even damage bridges
and highways, including
Interstate-10 i
Preparedness is key
for anfy weather. After
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f roost during the day in
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007


CAYA football
and cheerleading

The Crestview Area Youth
Association (CAYA) is looking
for participation with their
football and cheerleading camps.
The camps will be starting on
until August. Registration will be
held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. tq
noon. Ages 6 -12 are welcome to
join the program.
Applications for coaching
staff for both football and
cheerleading will also be
accepted at this time.
For more information
please contact (850) 683-
1007 or refer to the Web site at
www.cayafootball.org.


Bonilla soccer
camp
Coach Carlos Bonilla is
looking for more participation
for his summer soccer camp.
Camp is for boys and girls ages
6- 12.
The camp will be held the
" entire month of June at the
Davidson Middle School practice
* fields behind the tennis courts.
S Times are from 9 to 11 a.m.
' Sign up and registration is
currently pending. Cost is $65
per player.
Carlos Bonilla is a licensed
coach for the United States Soccer
Federation. For more information
please contact Carlos Bonilla at
(850) 902 -3249 or by e-mail at
soccercoachmrb@yahoo.com.


YMCA swimming
Lessons
Swim lessons are underway
and will be going on' until the
middle of August. The YMCA
is offering eight different skill
classes. Cost is $48 for members
and $72 for non-members: For
more information on times
and location, please contact
(850) 689-8798.


Annual Marvin
DeBolt Junior
Golf Classic

Presented by Peter Brown
Construction, the 28th annual
golf event is looking for amateur
and experienced players to get
involved in the tourney. Proceeds
will go toward the Boys and Girls
Club.
Green fees, food, refreshments
and trophies will be provided for
the players in each division.
The cost is $80 for ages
12-18 and $60 for ages 8-11.
Ages 12 and up will be playing
18 holes and ages 11 and under
will play 9 holes.
For more information about
the tournament and registration
please contact (850) 862-1616 or
the Web site at www.bgcec.com.


Yacht Club
looking for
participation

The 2007 "Around the
Island" 100 Mile Race is looking
for boaters and spectators -for
the June 15-17 event. The race
is a 100-mile circumnavigation
around Santa Rosa Island. The
event will start off during sunrise
at the FWB Yacht Club.
For more information on
the race and getting entry forms
and instructions, please contact
the club at (850) 243-7102 or
(850) 244-2033. Also visit the
Web site at www.fwyc.org.


Robert Young I Crestview News Bulletin
Above: Players crouch ready for the next ball that comes their way.
Above right: Logan Paul drives a ball to right field in an effort to bring in his
teammate.
Right: Even though equipment is shared through the entire league, catcher's gear
such as this is top of the line.




SWINGING FOR THE FENCES


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL -- As each parent
holds up their camera to take a perfect
photo, their child swings, eyes closed,
body in full motion and hoping for a
home run. City T-ball and baseball
have finally arrived at Laurel Hill.
Little voices from each of
the dugouts were followed by a
thundering voice to start things off.
"We're- here to have fun, be safe
and I don't want to hear any yelling.
Now let's go out there and play some
baseball," said coach Johnny James.
It's ball season for Laurel Hill.
T-ball and baseball flood the schedules
of -more than 50 young players
attending games every Saturday at
Gene Clary Park.
T-ball runs from 8 to 10 a.m.. and
baseball runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Laurel Hill's past in having a
baseball league was almost non-
existent until Johnny, James took a
hand in creating it.
The city league is led by James
whose been trying to organize the
program for quite some time.
"We're really working hard on
having a league where we can play


a lot of surrounding cities. Right
now we're competing against New
Ebeneser and some teams from
Crestview, but I'd like to branch out
more than that," said James.
"Right now we have two T-ball
teams and three baseball teams. We
need more parents to get involved
and with some more financial help
we can really start something big."
Parents lend their services as well,
organizing the rosters, pitching to the
kids and setting up the fields before
game time.
"The kids have a lot of fun here.
This is something for the kids that
can't play in Crestview. We're trying
our best to keep the league together
and make the kids feel welcome
every Saturday. James is doing a great
thing and with some more help from
the community we can -make this
into a sure thing every year," Stacy
Williams said.
"There's no refs here but then
again there's no fussing or fighting
either."
The season started in May and will
go until late July. Dugouts were just
finished for the league and equipment
is rather scarce.
More than 10 helmets, a handful of


bats and some catchers gear is all that
the league really owns. The league is
looking for donations to obtain more
equipment so that heavy use of the
present gear can stop.
It's apparent that the Laurel Hill
city league needs help with the
quantity of their equipment and the
quality of their field.
"We have a lot of sharing going on.
There's nothing wrong with that, but
the kids deserve to have equipment
for each team, not the entire league.
When you pass around the same
helmet and bat over and over, wear
and tear is right around the corner,"
James said. .
"I would even love to have the field
fixed up, something that is a little out
of our budget but is something to
look forward to."
Sportsmanship is also something
that everyone gets involved in.
There are a lot of encouraging
words from the parents. In such a
small community parents are just
happy to have their kids involved in
something that looks to be growing at
a fast pace.
"This league gets the' parents
together and tightens the community
even more than what it already is.


Through our kids we all work as a
team," Williams said.
The majority of the parents have
more than one of their children
enlisted in the ball program.
Brothers and sisters play together,
cheer each other on and even give
advice to one another.
Brothers Logan and Justin Paul
have been playing ball since May,
and by the looks of their enthusiasm
they're having a great time.
' "I love catching the ball and
hitting the ball. It's fun and it never
gets old," said Justin Paul.
"I like all the positions "on the
field. .lT_1, ..to pl.3, more teams
and have more equipment, but coach
Johnny is doing a great job for what
he has. Safety is always number one
and I have so much fun playing ball,"
Logan Paul said.
.The program brings in kids ages
4 to 12 from T-ball to baseball. The
league is looking to expand their
competition into having games with
other leagues within the Okaloosa
and Walton .county area.
For more information on the
league and how to help out,
please contact Johnny James at
(850) 689-6331.


Sanders commits



to joining



the Tiger's den


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Matt Sanders has committed
to going to Clemson as the
ninth player to join the 2008
Tiger roster.
He's made it known that he
has no intention of changing
his mind. A strong factor in
the decision was Clemson's
offensive line coach, Brad
Scott.
"He is someone that has
a good background and can
really teach me a lot about the
game," Sanders said.
Sanders, who is primarily an.
offensive lineman, isn't looking
to a specific position for the
Tigers or the Bulldogs.
"I've talked to Scott and


he's mentioned center, but
when it comes to playing with
Brunson, I'm playing wherever
he tells me to. I'm not letting
this dictate my commitment to
the Bulldogs, Sanders said.
"I love coach Brunson, he's
a great coach and I'm going to
give him whatever he needs
next season."
Being a senior this season,
Sander's is relieved to be
finally out of his year and a half
recruiting process. Sanders has
been looked at by numerous
other teams such as Purdue,
Maryland, and Memphis.
The commitment to the
Division I sby a Crestview
player is something hasn't
happened in quite a long time.
"I'm just relaxed now that


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Sanders is the ninth player to comiit to Clemson for their 2008 roster.


this recruiting thing is over. I
want to get myself mentally
ready for Clemson and I
think I'm lucky to get into the
situation, Sanders said.
Even if a year is between him
and Division I football, coach
Scott has agreed that no matter
what, Sanders is still getting his
academic scholarship.
"He let me know that if I
injure myself on the field this


coming season that I'm still
going to receive a scholarship
for my studies," Sanders said.
"I see that as a real
commitment and something
that I hope my fellow
teammates can find in their
college of choice."
Sanders will be signing
with Clemson on Feb. 6,
and will be accompanied by
his parents, coaches and coach


Scott.
"I'm nervous about that
day, even if it's one year out.
I'm going to play for Clemson
and I still can't believe it."
Look for Sanders on the
offensive line this season
making room for some great
plays. The Bulldogs are looking
to take the districts in the fall
even with the many changes in
their roster.


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NASCAR Vice Chairman
William C. France, whose lead-
ership helped turn a family-
owned company into a national
phenomenon, died Monday at
his home in Daytona Beach, Fla.
at the age of 74.
France served as
NASCAR's president from
1972-2000, taking over from his
father, NASCAR founder
William H.G. "Big Bill" France.
In 2000, France - known as
"Bill Jr." - became NASCAR's
CEO and the Chairman of the,
newly created NASCAR Board
of Directors.
In October 2003, the torch
was again passed, with France's
son Brian France taking over as
Chairman and CEO. France
became Vice ( li.nai.nir at that
time, whereupon his influence
and input remained considerable
- and valuable.
"He had a remarkable
career and an even more
remarkable life," said Brian
France. "Words cannot express
how much he'll be missed by


Riding The

Bubble
Driver Johnny Sauter
Owner: Gene Hass
Points: 1028
Points out of 34th: 17
Points ahead of 36th: 86
Place Owner
33 Robert Yates
34 Robert Yates
35 Gene Hass
36 James Rocco
37 Bill Davis
38 Dietrich Mateschitz


-i .,Ic and the rest of our fami-
ly and by the NASCAR industry
overall."
Mike Helton became
NASCAR's president in 2000.
He was the third president in the
sport's history and the first not
named France.
"Coming in, I had two big
pairs of shoes to fill," Helton
said, talking about Bill Sr. and
Bill Jr. "I was more familiar with
Bill Jr.'s way 6f doing business
but that didn't make it any easi-
er. He blazed so many trails for
our sport. He was determined to
follow the vision of his father
while also expanding on that
vision. Over nearly four
decades, he did a masterful job."
France is survived by his
wife Betty Jane France,
NASCAR's assistant secretary;
his son Brian; daughter Lesa
France Kennedy, NASCAR's
vice president and assistant
treasurer; his brother James C.
France, NASCAR's vice chair-
man and executive vice presi-
dent; and three grandchildren.


Johnny Sauter


Driver
David Gilliland
Ricky Rudd
Johnny Sauter
Scott Riggs
Dave Blaney
Brian Vickers


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848


DEI's new team leader


1 Truex, Jr. cements leadership role with Dover victory


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Martin Truex, Jr., enjoyed
a little home cooking more
than you can imagine on
Monday.
And now he plans on doing
some cooking of his own as he
looks at becoming the new
leader at Dale Earnhardt, Inc.,
as Dale Earnhardt, Jr., has
made it known this will be the.
last season he drives for the
team founded by his late father.
Monday's win will defi-
nately help the driver of the
Bass Pro Shops Chevy in get-
ting out from behind the image
cast by Little E, as will his
departure.
"Well, I think it will kind
of put me a little bit more in the
limelight or spotlight, so to
speak," said Truex. "I think I'll
have more opportunities with
some sponsors coming into
DEI working with me instead
of everybody wanting to come
here and work with Dale, Jr.
"It's kind of been a little
difficult at times playing sec-
ond fiddle .to him. So in that
aspect, it will open some doors
for me, give me some new
opportunities, which I look for-
ward to."
Despite Truex following
Dale Jr.'s footsteps in the
NASCAR Busch Series and
then moving up to take over the
vacated ride at DEI, Truex and
Dale Jr., don't let business get
in the way of their friendship.
"We haven't talked about
him leaving a bit," admitted
Truex, who grew up a couple
of hours away from Dover in
Mayetta, N.J. "I actually spent
quite a bit of time around him
since then and its kind of one
of those things we don't talk
about.
"Business is business.
We're great friends. We'll con-
tinue to be. We don't really for
some reason talk about it."
Since Dale's announce-
ment nothing has changed at
DEI.
"Not really much has
changed," said Truex. "We're
still going ahead with all our
plans, trying to make every


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Driver
Jeff Gordon
Jimmie Johnson
Matt Kenseth.
Denny Hamlin
Jeff Burton
Carl Edwards
Tony Stewart
Clint Bowyer
Kevin Harvick
Kyle Busch


Behind
Leader
-152
-190
-217
-355
475
-486
-534
-541
-588


S.. the Busch Series, Truex col-
lected 12 wins and two series
titles, just like his more well
known teammate Dale Jr.
So what are DEI's plans to
put Truex out in the forefront
and make him a lead driver?
"We are working on that,"
said Truex. "We've kind of
p, touched on it a little bit. We
have talked about some stuff
for the future, ways we can get
my name out there and get
DEI associated with some
I great companies for the
- future."
Despite not being an
Earnhardt, Truex feels com-
fortable about taking on the
iole as a leader at DEI.
, "We've got some great,
great people all around here at
DEI," said Truex, who was the
sixth Busch Series driver to
win the title in his rookie cam-
Spaign. "I've always been
behind all of them. They've
always been behind me. That's
one of the things that I've
been so proud about since I
started here, was since day
one, nobody knew me here:
they treated me like family,
stood behind me a hundred
percent. That's never changed.
No matter if we run 20th or
contending for wins, that's not
changed.
"I've always stood behind
all these guys. I like to pat
them on the back, I like to tell
them how good they are when
they do a good job."
One place Truex and DEI
have both grown is the success
with the Car of Tomorrow,


Martin Truex, Jr. Is looking forward to the role of leader at DEI
next season and took a big step Monday with his first NEXTEL
Cup win at Dover.


department of the company
tin.-'n er. trying to get our
engines better, trying to get our
engineering program better."
But what does Truex think
about his friend and mentor
Little E leaving DEI?
"You know, I really don't
think it effects me. Obviously
I think it will open some doors


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Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Kevin Harvick
3. Dave Blaney
4. Matt Kenseth
5. David Reutimann
6. Regan Smith
7. Casey Mears
8. Marcus Ambrose
9. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
10. Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader
-472
-672
-679
-759
-792
-808
-817
-820
-824


for me here at DEI. It will kind
of put me a little bit more as a
team leader, kind of being the
number one guy right now
depending on who our team-
mate is next year.
"I'm going out there,
working hard, trying to get
better each week."
During his two years in


After AAA Insurance 200
Driver Behind
1. Mike Skinner Leader
2. Ron Homaday -77
3. Todd Bodine -196
4. Ted Musgrave -241
5. Rick Crawford -259
6. Travis Kvapil -270
7. Johnny Benson -318
8. Jack Sprague -324
9. Aaron Fike -378
10. Malt Crafton -391


something he proved, he was
more than c,'mfit t.ble n Ith as
he had built a six plus second
lead over Ryan Newman by
the end of Monday's race.
"I am very comfortable in
that car," said Truex. "It drives
a little bit different than what
we're use to, but not a whole
lot. The biggest thing on that
car is making it turn good. It is
hard to do because they limit
the front travel.
"Here the challenge was
getting in the comer because
the car really falls down in the
front."


After Prairie Meadown 250
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Justin Allgaier -115
3. Bobby Gerhart -130
4. Dexter Bean -195
5. Michael McDowell -265
5. Phillip McGilton -265
7. Justin South -275
8. Justin Marks -415
9. Patrick Sheltra -515
10. Bryan Silas -545


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007


SEC spring meetings provide a lot to think about


A few notes and thoughts from the
annual Southeastern Conference spring
meetings held each year at the Sandestin
Golf and Beach Resort in Destin, Florida ...
So, Billy Donovan is having second
thoughts about being the new head
coach of the Orlando Magic? That's
really no surprise. I wondered when the
announcement was made last week that he
had agreed to make the jump to the NBA
why he was doing so. It may have been the
nearly $36 million, six-year contract the
Magic offered. But, quite honestly I can't
think of any other reason for Donovan to
make the move.
After he led the University of Florida
to back-to-back national titles the last
two years, Donovan may have felt he had
accomplished all he could in Gainesville,
but I don't agree with that.
The real challenge now was to see
if Donovan could do what he had
accomplished the last few years - take a
young bunch of talented freshman and
mold them into national title contenders.
The problem is Donovan quickly signed
his contract with Orlando, less than 24
hours after accepting the post. Orlando
officials are not so eager to allow him to
just walk away. The Magic sold more than
200 new season tickets in the two days
following Donovan's hiring.


I get the feeling that
Donovan will be back
in orange and blue next '
year, but this indecision "-
will likely cost him some
serious dollars.
Speaking of basketball,
I had dinner with Pat
Summit, the legendary
women's basketball coach
at Tennessee in Seagrove
Beach.
After winning the national
title in early April, her schedule has been
jammed packed with appearances and
engagements. But, as only Summit can say
it, "it sure beats losing."
Summit politely changed the
conversation when I asked her how much
longer she planned on coaching.
A retirement is looming ahead. However,
she is no where near ready to sit on a rocker
on the front porch. That's great news
for Lady Vol fans and not so good news
for every other team in women's college
basketball.
Steve Spurrier was his usual, chirpy self
at the league meetings. The 61' ball coach
has never been one to shy away from any
topic or to hold back his true thoughts.
When Spurrier was warming up for the
Boeing Championship at Sandestin PGA


SEC

Insider

Scott
McKinney


Champions Tour pro-
am on the driving
range, he noticed
Vanderbilt coach Bobby
Johnson walking up.
Spurrier, without as
much' as blinking,
quipped, "Here comes
Bobby Johnson so we
can resolve all of our
academic issues out
here!"
Ole Miss football


coach Ed Orgeron was spotted riding
bicycles with his family on the Sandestin
property. Coach 0 was a. sight to see
balancing the bike, but proved he is still a
pretty good athlete.
Auburn's Tommy Tuberville spoke on
behalf of a proposed playoff in college
football, and was one of the few coaches
in favor of it. Florida president Bernie
Meachem presented a proposal to the SEC
during the meetings that was quickly shot
down by Commissioner Mike Slive and
league administrators.
Tuberville would like. to see a four-team
playoff with the 'participants determined
by the polls. I, for one, agree.
Mississippi State:athletic director Larry
Templeton is not a favorite of many Bulldog
fans at the moment. Templeton, who also


chairs the NCAA baseball tournament
selection committee, sent his Bulldogs
to arguably the toughest of the NCAA
regionals in Tallahassee against second-
ranked Florida State, while rival Ole Miss
received a more favorable bracket, hosting
Sam Houston State, Southern Mississippi
and Troy State in Oxford.
No fear though for Ron Polk's diamond
squad as they defeated the Seminoles twice
on their home field to earn a berth in the
Super Regionals.
Phillip Fulmer was watching the NCAA
softball Super Regionals with great interest
for a reason.
His daughter Allison is a redshirt
freshman first baseman for the Lady
Vols. Tennessee won and advanced to the
College Softball World Series in Oklahoma
City and was-set to play in the national
championship game at press time.
Alabama football coach Nick Saban is
a popular man, even outside of the state
of Alabama. Saban was still met by many
Crimson Tide fans in the Sandestin area
seeking photos and autographs.
Scott McKinney is the host of the
syndicated sports talk radio program
"Southern Sports Tonight", heard across
the South each Monday through Friday
from 4-7 p.m. Central.,He can be reached at
southernsportstonight@yahoo.com.


The one thing


not to



say at your kid's



game


Have you ever attended
a game where the parents
were voicing their opinions-
a little more than they
should have been?
Even though sports. are
becoming a family past
time, families are getting
involved in ways coaches
want them to.
There's a fine line
between getting involved
and getting in the way.
Rules and regulations
are set in motion for .a
reason. Many parents these
days preach the rules to an
extent where it sours the
child's experience.
This can be murdering
to a softball or soccer
season and direct kids
to stay away from sports
altogether.
Take my experiences
for example. My city
baseball league back in
middle school was filled
with disgruntled parents
.pushing their way through.
the crowd to yell at their
child.
It was stressful enough
playing a baseball game
and trying to win. Now
all I heard was the father
of my teammate, Chris,
screaming at the top of his
lungs because he didn't
slide properly.
It was just a city league,
purely for entertainment
and recreation. It got our
minds off of school and
was something we looked
forward to every week.*
I just felt bad for the
ones that had parents
almost abusive toward
their skills or lack of on
the field.
Sure you'll see one of
those children grow-up and
play college ball or maybe
even get into the majors,
but you ask yourself if that
is really what they want to
do?
A lot of kids are pushed
into things that don't even
interest them. It makes
them resent and even regret
the choices that they've let
their parents dictate.
Don't get me wrong
therd are some situations
where a player is just being
lazy, diddling on the field
and not paying attention.
With those scenarios I
strongly agree with some


The Press Box



Robert Young



of the comments parents
say to keep their child in
check. But then again that
is also a sign that ma:be
the child doesn't %want
to be there, and maybe is
being pushed. It can go
many -vavs.
With this dav and age
kids. are stuck behind
computer screens, playing
online games and checking
their peer-to-peer networks
to see if they've gotten a
new message form their
girlfriend.
Some kids need the
push, but the ones who
are already out there and
making an effort is a whole
different story.
You have to be careful
what you say. It'll stick
in the mind of your child
for longer than you can
imagine.
Encourage you child,
don't dictate their actions.
If they make a bad play tell
them it's okay, if they drive
the ball over the fence,
cheer for them; don't tell
them to do it again. I know
it sounds like common
sense, but parents get
mental encouragement
and sounding unsatisfied
mixed up constantly.
In the end your child
associates your actions
with sport,, to ev-ervthing
in their life.
I'm talking about
complete disassociation
for any activity connected
to the parent.
Would you want that to
happen?
I wouldn't think so.
For those who want to
get involved, by all means
please do so. The coaches
and your son or daughter's
team need the help with
organization.
Should you get involved
by telling the team or your
son what to do on the field
or in the court?
No.
That's what a coach and
assistant coach is for. They
will guide and mentor your
son or daughter. They are
the ones trained to have
your child excel in what
they do.
They are the hand while
you are the voice. Just
remember to keep your
voice at bay.


1Oth degree George Kirby visits GMA


Robert Young I Cres t. e, Ne. - Bullenn
Above left: George Kirby explains techniques in escorting an agitated individual.
Above right: Students practice their skills while Kirby moves around the room to provide his knowledge to
anyone who needs help.
Below: Nikki Montgomery (second from the right on bottom row) was the newest black belt to attend.


Montgomery receives black belt


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin
"I got my game face on
and did my best," Nikki
Montgomery said.
Montgomery has passed
her testing for black belt in
Tae Kwon Do at Gordon
Martial Arts and .looks to
the future and on taking the
next step.
"This 'is a huge
accomplishment for' me


and I'm just excited to keep
learning," said Montgomery.
"For more than a year I'll
be learning two new forms
that are required for me to
test for my second degree."
Montgomery is the 33rd
black belt that has come
through GMA, taught by
Tom and Lisa Gordon and as
Greg Bledsoe.
"I'm real proud of her
because lie worked very


hard to get the title she now
holds. I'm also delighted
that she wants to keep going
with the program. A lot of
people think once you get to
your black belt that's it, but
there is so much more than
that," said Tom Gordon.
Montgomery as well
as other students from the
GMA will be competing in
the Hub City Tournament in
October


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TO: LOREDANA
STANLEY
335 PONTEVEDRA
LANE, NICEVILLE, FL,
32578
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 Ar-
den Lee Stanley, whose
address is 46NW
Wright Pkwy, #B3, Fort
Wa lon Bch, FL 32548
on or before June 25,
2007, and file the origi-
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Court at the on or before
June 25, 2007, and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at the
Okaloosa County Court-
house, 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, Flor-
ida 32579, before serv-
ice on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.


WARNING: Rule '
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Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
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Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
in dismissal or striking
ofpleadings.
Dated May 14, 2007.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
5/16/2007
5/23/2007
5/30/2007
6/6/2007
Legal# 100085

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07-DR-2321
DIVISION:
REMINGTON
JUUETrE BRIGNELL ,
CALLAHAN
Petitioner


Copies of all court
documents in this NOTICE OF ACTION
case, including FOR CHILD NAME
orders, are available CHANGE
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office. TO: TODD ALLEN
GULVIN
385 N. LA CUMBRE
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Tomorrow YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
RECYCLE against you and that you
are required to serve a
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LIETTE BRIGNELL-
CALLAHAN whose ad-
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Ave, FWB, FL on or be-
fore June 28, 2007, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
1250 N. Eglin Pkwy
Shalimar,FL 32579, be
fnore srvice on Petitioner


address. (You may DIVISION:
file Notice of Current
Address, Florida OSCAR VALLECILL
Supreme Court Petitioner,
Approved Family
Law Form 12.915) and
Future papers in this
lawsuit will be MARIA
mailed to the RODRIGUEZ,
address on record at Respondent.
the clerk's office.


or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a WARNING: Rule
default may be en- 12.285, Florida
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minded in the peti- certain automatic
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documents and
Copies of all court information. Failure
documents in this to comply can result
case, including in sanctions,
orders, are available including dismissal
at the Clerk of the or striking of
Circuit Court's office., pleadings.
You may review
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uoon request.


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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Sharon Anders
Deputy Clerk.
5/23/2007
5/30/2007
6 '200'
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Legal 100091
Legal# 100092
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07-DR-1932-S
DIVISION
SUZANNE MARIE
BROWNELL,
Petitioner,
and
PHIUP STEWART
BROWNELL,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO Ph.'ip Sie.-.a,
Bro,'.nell
Repdponderir s Lst Knor,.
Address
i 18 O5h Si S.W
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OUIJ AFE NOTIFIED .thi
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against ,ou ,and rhar ,ou
are required io ser'.e a
.copy of ,Du" vrinen de-
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za-nne PAane Bro.-.nell
v.hose addre.: ,s 109
CCrillIor Lane N.,rih Fori
M/erN , FL 3390c3 n or
bfo're June 25, 2007
and file ike o'i,-al ,,;r,
the :de'k ol h, C.:,urt i
Okalc's.o ,: urr, C.ui,:
house Annex, Shaimar,
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on Pei,.rner or immedi-
aiel iherealier. If you fail
to do so, a default may
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
.in *hF peii', r-
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon':.r requeLl
i.Ou mi,:r keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the Clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285N Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: May 16, 2007
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
5/23/2007
5/30/2007
6/6/2007
6/13/2007

Legal# 100093
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07-DR-1887-S


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,.r .:,unr, '.:.urhFou:e 101
ato . James Lee B.ule.ard
docu., Easi SiJs 210 C,re.
alcr, .e Florida 3253,
ar, re- The name ar ad.
ludir,.. drexes oC ,he p-irsoral
rg -, repre.ieniaie and rthe
peri-r.nal r-ipre. entaii.e
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FPCUIT Io..
All ciedi.o, f.i the ,dece-
deri and oiher peri,�ri:
ha.,nnq .lam cr d e-
mar,,f aganzi
deede-t sire or
.,.hcrm a cop, Of ih," n..-
tice is required tc' be
served nuSI tile heir
claims ...,iih ih, ..ouri
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
h Flor- OF THIS NOTICE OR
insher 30 DAYS AFTER THE
located DATE OF SERVICE OF
n Blvd A COPY OF THIS NO-
]a will TICE ON THEM.
' high-
sehold All other creditors of the
stored decedent and other per-
I units sons who have claims or
Ware- demands against the
is are decedent's estate, must
'er the file their claims with this
he ten- court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
aker PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.


CellPhones
For Soldiers
Cell Phones for Soldiers
hopes to turn old cell
phones into more than
12 million minutes of
prepaid calling cards
for U.S. troops sta-
tioned overseas. The
cell phones are sold to
a company that recy-
cles them and the
money is used to pur-
chase calling cards that
are sent to our troops.
We are proud to be a
part of this effort.

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| 1160


NOTICE OF ACTI
FOR DISSOLUTE
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Maria Luz
Rodriguez
Respondent's Las
Known Address:
10715 SW 55th
Miami, FL, 33165
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
an action has been
against you and tho
are required to sei
copy of your written
fenses, if any, to it o
car Vallecilla whose
dress is 27f9 De
Drive, Miramar.
33023 on or b
June 25, 2007 an
the original with the
of this Court at Oka
County Courthouse
nex, Shalimar, FL 32
before service on
iior.er or immed
thereafter. If you f
dc- .-:. a def.auli m
entered aganrt ,c
ihe rel-et demand
the perti.on
Cope ot all ,C-.uii
mnrier. ,r, ih, .a:ee i
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CLERK CF THE CI
COIJRT
B6' T.oEar,, Gardner
Ce .r, Clerk
. 23 2000'7
5 30 200"'
O 0 2007
6. 1 :00'17

legalR 100OiJ
NOTICE OF SALE
In oc.:.:.rd'-r..:' ...
ida Statutes, DC
Mini Warehouse, IC
at 1110 N. Ferdon
;r, Cre t.;e... Fl.:.r;,d
.:.Her loi ale t,' ihe
est bidder the house
and other goods
in the below listed
of Dansher Mini
houses. Said good
to be sold to recov
rents not paid by th
ant.
Unit# A-5 Debra. B
203 Brittany Lane
CreslviewFLFI, 3253
Unit# B-12 Jeannetti
4097 Coronado Ci
Crestview, FL, 3253
Unit#A-32 Jeannette
4097 Coronado Ci
Crestview, FL, 3253
Unit# B-45 Mary Bi
PO Box 803
Baker, FL, 32531
Unit# C-9 Eric Lewis
6901 Lee Cook Roa
Baker, Fl, 32531
Unit# 05-05 Alfred
305 Lynn Drive
Sikeston, MO, 638i
Unit# A-16
Pam Thomasson
1219 Valley Road
Crestview, Fl, 3253
The sale shall take p
22nd June 2007, a
9:00 am, in the Dar
Mini Warehouses
parking lot.
6/6/07
.6/13/07

Legal# 100105
NOTICE OF SA


You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current
address. (You may
file Notice of Current
Address, Florida
Supreme Court
Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this
lawsuit will be
mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires
certain automatic
disclosure of
documents and
information. Failure
to comply can result
in sanctions
including dismissal
or striking of
pleadings.
Daoed Ma', 1. 2007
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
Br' K Doa.,
Depuu, Clerk
5/16/2007
.5 23 200 .
S5. 30 20,7 ;.
6 0o'2007
Legal 1i00080

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07DR2442-C
DIVISION
JENNIFER LYNNE
ROBERTS,
Petitioner
and-
WESLEY MICHAEL
ROBERTS,
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: WESLEY MI-
CHAEL ROBERTS
5207 CAROUSEL
LANE
CRESTVIEW, FL,
32539
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
Jennifer Lynne Roberts,
whose address is P.O.
Box 9, Holt, FL, 32564
on or before July 3,
2007, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
E. James Lee Blvd. Crest-
view, FL, 32536, before
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a
default may be en-
tered against you
for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current


ALL CLAIMS NOT 2130 - Farm Animals/
FILED WITHIN THE 2130upplies
TIME PERIODS SET 2140 - Pets/Livestock
FORTH IN SECTION Wanted
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR- 2PET
EVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE, | _
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTERTHE AKC standard Poodles.
DECEDENT'S DATE OF Show quality, black.
DEATH IS BARRED. .,-.rea a nnrifrct . 50


The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
June 6 2007.
THERESA B. DAVIS
Personal Representative
374 W. 1st Avenue,
Crestview,FL 32536
C. THOMAS
HOLLAND
Attorney for Personal
Representative
596 North Ferdon Boule-
vard
Crestview FL 32536
(850) 682-6211/Fax
682-6822
FL BAR NO. 147404
6/6/2007
6/13/2007


537-8475 or 978-4435

-Lost
Small Black dog w/
white stomach, 4 white
feet & white tipped tail
named " Buger" and 2
small spots on back of
neck. Missing from Laurel
Hill Call Jerry Parker,
41 -1657 or JimmyJohn-
son 398-0509 Missng
since March 26,
2007 Reward of $50



I 2110
Free kittens
682-1830


11 �:RESTVIEW LEG7ALS


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PETS & ANIMALS
2100 - Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home


* KITCHEN & BATH
* WINDOWS & DOORS
* FANS & LIGHTING
* TILE * DRYWALL
* WOOD-ROT
* TRIM MOULDING
* DECKS * ROOF REPAIR
:1 .R'1HIM


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* MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
* SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FORo LG & DOAiEsTC
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Tree Service
PROFESSIONAL TREE &
STUMP REMOVAL
ALso OFFEIG PRESSURE WASHING & LAWU MAINTENANCE

682-9474


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11120


REWARD
Lost dog American Bull-
Dog F'Pin Bull min, ''chile
head ...,rh freckle,. and
br.,,..r, back ve,, lo.ing
and r,;r:e A,'n..er' to
Do.vi. Ple-asIe call
85C $55.C 0086'
$500.00


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FIRESVEWLG.L


3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 -Arts Crats
3130 - Auctions
3140 '- Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garag/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/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)




For sale central heat/
air system,interior 2
ton unit,2 yrs old $500.
Exterior 21/2 ton
unit. 8 , r old wrh new
,om red.:or 51,500 11 th
c.r $850 682. 4698 or
305.181





lll � _ - _ _- 4
King size bed .,,,Ih box
Full bed $50 L eathe
couch. a er , nie 180
6822506



|- 3230 |
Crestview 25% off
most items, 563 S
M ,n 1 i, I .&ek ..0
June 6. &S iH i h ced
Firn Oam. 6prm cai
9aT,-opm

Crestview
Behind
Moulton's
Pharmacy
Multi-Family
Sat. 8 - 12
Children & adult name
brand clothes, toys,
bikes, household items,
books, keyboard, washer
& dryer, and much morel
Most items look new.

Crestview
Big Red Machine
Yard Sale
Help our Band go to Ha-
waii. Come out on Satur-
day, June 9th. 7am at
Crestview Hiah School
Parking Lot. Contact for
more info: 758-8933
Crestview
Cleaned out shop
building, tools, shelving,
lots of misc. linens, collec-
tion cups, & saucer sets
lots of what nots, 1148
Farmer St, 7 until, June
9th

Crestview
Estate Sale 909 North
Maples. All kinds of
household goods and fur-
niture, clothes. Saturday
& Sunday, 8am- 4pm.
Crestview
Garage Sale 216
Ridgelake Rd. Fri & Sat
June 8th & 9th from 8-2
Crestview
Multi-Family Yard
Sale
166 Ridgelake Rd, June
9th 7-until, brand name
clothes, tools, lathe, scroll
saw.housewares and
mucc more.
Creslview
Sat 7am - ?
424 Shoal Lake
Drive
Misc. items
Crestview
Yard Sale June 8th
7-12, North Butler Rd, off
Hwy 85N across, from
Auburn Firehouse, If ran
cancel until 6/15
682-7316
Multi family yard
sale- Sat. 7-12 Anti-
och Estotes 531 fikell
Dr., treadmill, toys,
household items,
children's clothes and lots
more.















Wednesday, June 6, 2007


CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I Page B5


TUPPERWARE Contemporary Wor-
New Catalog, monthly ship Leader
s ecnin renlacement n r-


d er dall Jackie
682-4305
Yard Sale
June 8th and 9th, 7.m.
until noon. Neighbor-
hood sales on Palmetto
Ave (off John King Road).
Decluttering 25 years of
household goods and
treasures including furni-
ture kitchen items, kids
clothestoos, l Harley
parts, jewelry, remote

Yard Sale
104 Noble Circle June
9& 10 am- Books,
Crafts Puzzles, Knick
Knacks, misc, Computer
desk'
Yard Sale
1464 Comemo Dr,
June 9th 7am -1 pm, twin
bed, clothes, nce nacs,.
videos,
Yard Sale 6/9/07
5790 Buckward Rd,
9 til 4
Yard Sale Friday &
Saturday June 8-9 from
8am-3pm clothing
household items, and
much more at 6087 Bud
Moulton Rd. Cancel if
rain.
Yard Sale '
Variety of items,
Saturday 8-12, 760
E.Chestnut, house on left.



Stainless steel 300
Winchester Magnum,bolt
action boss with scope &
case $650. 585-3216


826- 3280
Two Genarac pressure
washers 3500 PSI,
1 3h Honda Motors,
used less than 100 hours.
One needs new pump
$250, second needs
pump repair kit (seals,
etc.) $300 Two 24ft alu-
minum extension ladders,
need moderate repair
and cleaning $50 each,
32ft aluminum extension
ladder excellent condi-
tion $150 Phone
826-2450



80x15xl4 Collepiate
batting cage. Excellent
condition. lr,.:l rde , meial
frame. Agq: 5-' j99,'
689-5412
Brooks Farms , .-
Peaches and Cream
corn, Silver Queen corn,
peas, squash, cucumber
and other fresh produce.
Adjacent to Baker Post of-
fice. Call 537-5373 :
Refrigerator 25 cubic
ft side by side, white
Whirl Pool $125 8HP
Sea king out board motor
runs, needs work $95
682-0688


NEW/ DgIAY
Steps
Free wedding cake steps
for above round
swimming pool: 0sed 1
month, org. cost $350.
Must hauT away. Call
850-537-2240
Washer/Dryer $75,
new cherry coffee table,
in box $50 toddler girls
bicycle $10. Call
682-1700 after 6pm.
Will Haul away for
free, appliances, scrap
metal &junk cars
537-6481



Baldwin organ Fun-
ste1 good condition
682-2506 ..



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

OR I 1�v"


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



Administrative
Medical Receptionist
with outgoing personality
for busy office, Phone
work, scheduling, handle
patient payments, com-
puter literate, experience
referedFax Resume to
50-423-1313
Be your own boss.
Seeking tupperware sales
consultants who can work
pt/ft. Training provided.
alary depends on your
sales, fund raising, and
recruiting other consult-
ants. Chance to win jew-
elry, trips, or cars. Buy
tupperware at discounted
prices. Call Wanda,
682-9043 for more info.
Can You Dig it?
Heavy Equipment School.
3wk training program.
Operate Backhoes, Bull-
dozers, Trackhoes. Local
job placement. Start dig-
qinj dirt now call
866-362-6497 or
888-707-6886.


Seeking a proven wor-
ship leader to lead wor-
ship for a growing con-
temporary worship serv-
ice called Break Through
2. This service is 2 years
old andand is now avera
ing attendance of 180
each week with 2 ser-
vices at 9:32 am &
11:02 am. The candi-
date must be a strong.
leader with ability to
work well with estab-
lished musicians. Ability
to lead by playing guitar
or keyboard a must. This
is a Fulltime position. In-
terested candidates
should submit a resume
to the e-mail listed and
also be prepared to mail
a video of his or her
leading a worship serv-
ice. Please no phone
calls. Contact Bruce
Sheffield at the First
United Methodist Church.
Email address:
bruce@crestviewfumc.co
m
Driver Trainees
Needed.
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309
Earn $800-$3200
Monthly todrive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them.
www.AdCarDrive.com
Education/Training
FT & PT Early Childhood
Teachers.. Must have FL
40 complete. Pay based
on edu & exp. 1040
Famer Street Crestivew or
fax resume to 683-0350
Educational
Now accepting appli-
cations for employment at
Learning Tree Day School
Inc., 201 Valley Road.
Must be 18 years of age.
Apply in person only.
Employment Information
100 WORKERS
NEEDED Assemble
crafts, wood items. To
$480/wk. Materials pro-
vided. Free information
k 8_. 24 Hr
R01-428-4649
FREE CELL PHONE!
All Major Brands And
Carrier. Free Shipping
Tool
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General

Aircraft Refueler
experienced in. the gen-
eral a.,afior, fild "ppl,.
,r, persor S uri,ne s sero
M5515 ' .hr, G,,er., Pd
Cre.r.,e.. FL Bob ..Iel

General

Carrier
Substitute
The Northwest Florida
Daily News is seeking
contractors, to substitute
for regular carriers on
an as needed basis.
Must be dependable
and customer. Must
have dependable auto-
mobile. Requires valid
driver's license & proof
of auto insurance.
Contact
Paul
267-8300
ext. 245



Daily

.News

General
Great Income
Opportunity!
Detail Oriented
Carrier needed
for Crestview
Area
NORTHWEST tLORRi,


Daily



NO
COLLECTIONS
REQUIRED!
The Northwest Florida
Daily News collects all
fees for you, all you do
If you have dependable
transportation, valid
insurance, can handle
early AM hours and
are the type of. person
people depend on
I want to talk
to you,
TODAY!
Contact Gary, District
Manager for The Daily
News at:
850 685-8058
Or apply in person at:
200 Racetrack Rd NW
Ft Walton Beach, FL.
Retired Military encour-
aged to apply!


Healthcare Insurance privacy fences and other 2br, 2ba, 2cg home on Century 21
READY FOR Customer Service misc. handyman projects. Lake Eufaula. Rent by MoultonReal
SOMETHING Representative. Reasonable prices. Call week, month or year. (850)682-38
SOMETHING 850-685-8202. 850-956-2553 Rentals:
MORE? Requirements: _902 Dixie 3br, 2ba
* Be able to work in a .$-.---'---. 8"75;rt $87lj ,
eh-,cennroan,1i126m e I a .St. - -. .


LARGE BRICK HOME ON 23 + ACRES
WITH 4 STALL HORSE BARN AND
LIVING QUARTERS. SPRING HEAD
WITH CREEK. REDUCED TO
$499,900,
ck ppern' Go to www.northwestflahomes.com
and click on MY PROPERTIES.
Ls 865-7777 or 682-7718


Discover a New World
of opportunity with
Gentiva Home Health-
care. . Our Crestview
Team is seeking the fol-
lowing:
* Director of Nursing
(Salary up to 60K + Re-
tention Bonus)
Qualifications include:
*Acute/homecare exp.
within the past two years
sTwo years in a supervi-
sory/administrative role
re d
* Expert knowledge of
community health/home
healthcare supervision,
governmental home
health agency regula-
tions, and Medicare 'ser-
vices
We are also hiring:
* RN Case Manaoers
(North Okaloosa & Wal-
ton Counties)
Working one-on-one with
your patients
+ Speech Therapists
(South Okaloosa &
Walton Counties) Per
Diem
* CNAs (South
Okaloosa & Walton
Counties) Per Diem
If you are exp. & looking
to make a change for the
better then contact
Gentiva Todayl Visit our
career site at
www.qentiva.com, call
866-GE NTIVA or
fax: 913-814-5460.
EOE
q"GENTIVA"

Hospitality/Tourism
MAINTENANCE
POSITION
Year round and full time
position available for
large assoc. in Destin.
Great pay & benefits.
Maintenance & pool exp.
a plus. Fax resume to
650-1015, apply in per-
son 2936 Scenic Gulf
Dr. Destin or - call
837-7488- Assoc. Mgr.
See our Job Posting online
emeraldcoastiobswest.com
Web ID #27742578


Industrial
URGENT!
'he N.:.rtlh.esl Florida
Daily, Ne.-.s is ,nr, d e
need of experienced
priming pre.i ,peitars'
cr people .. ,ih rt.:han.
l.:o l . ,11. .-.. .::. :a , .e
trained in one of the
world's most marketa-
ble professions.
The printing industry
nationwide is suffering
from a shortage ao
press operators, apd
the Daily News is no
exception. We have
positions available on
our night-side crew,
and are willing to train
the right people -
Learn how to:
* Set up and operate
automatic posters' for
newsprint rolls
* Operate fork/clamp
trucks in a warehouse
environment '
* Adjust press for best
print quality
* Make minor repairs
and adjustments to
press using common
and tools.
Requirements 'include
the ability to lift/move
objects weighing as
much as 50 pounds;
the ability to climb
stairs and ladders; the
ability to work in an un-
supervised team envi-
ronment, and the will-
ingness to learn.
We are an equal op-
portunity-employer and
drug free workplace.
We offer a first-rate
benefit package: medi-
cal, dental and life
insurance, 401K and
retirement.
Please apply in person
1Oam - 4pm Man - Fri
at Northwest Florida
Daily News, 200 Race-
track Rd, Ft. Walton
Beach. No phone calls
please.

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* Good People skills
and computer skills
* A positive and enthu-
siastic attitude
Competitive salary with
a monthly bonus oppor-
tunity, 4-40 license pre-
ferred but not re-
quired. Email resume to
crestviewagent@
yahoo.com

Post Office
now Hiring
Avg. pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and
OT. Paid training, vaca-
tions. PT/FT.
1 -800-584-1775
Ext#2900 USWA

Real Estate/Mortgage
CLOSER NEEDED
at Old South Land Title.
Exp. required. Come join
a great teaml Fax resume
to 850-651-2310 or call
Gayle at 850-240-3660
See our Job Posting on
Emeraldcoastiobswes'.com
Web ID# 2774270

Trades
CNC
(Computer
Numeric
Controlled)
Milling Machine
Operator
Local company requires
personnel to perform op-
eration of production
computer controlled mill-
ing machines. No experi-
ence necessary; will
train. Full time position re-
quires ability to follow
verbal and/or written in-
structions- perform basic
inspection to provided fit
gauges- reliable attend-
ance. 4 days per
week/10 hours per day.
Contact Custom Produc-
tion, Inc. Crestview FL
689-2889. r- M-Th,
8am-3pm.


Trades
Serendipity Salon &
Gift Shcp has a private
room available for .a mas-
jge iherapitl plea
crall i:.r ..:.-.ih ' rtol ,r,.
t.:.rmot. :,,. . -. J 1 E,-
labi:hrrsrli i 0


Watkins Associates
Needed Perfect for
stay-at-home parents and
retires. Free websites and
online training. No
monthly requirements. ,
visit:
www.whateverinme.com





Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now hiring
AM & PM Dishwashers &
AM Cooks. Must be over
18 Weekends required
EOE 682-8804.



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2br & 3br homes tor
rent on Halley Dr. No
pets. Please call
682-1972


3/2 Brick Home w/
Carport & Large yard,
Excellent location North
Crestview, $875mo
$875 De,, No pets, Ret
Required. 902-0604


3/2 MH, Great Loca-
tion, Like new No pets,
$725DeL , $725mo, Ref-
erences Required,
902-0604


IR . ESTATE FOR, RETI
6100- Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 - Condofrownhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
160 - Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



Executive Office Buidl-
in, 1400+sf, 1 blk East
o Hwy 85, lots of ex-
tras, For more info call
Denise 850-499-1677
Office space, great for
contractor. $5"50/mo.
Call 682-8383

Professional office
space for rent, just east
of Sandestin. Reasona-
ble terms and great loc.





1 Bedroom Apartment,
C/A, wgs, furnished,
$506mo/$500dep.
Leased req. No pets.
312 W.Hickory.
850-834-4767
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gated, no pets.
$60dmo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview- Lare 1 br,
utils incl. $650/mo. No
pets/smoke. Perfect coun-
tr setting. 1850)
303-1328/533-6363
Creslview
Open House
Saturday!
Addison Place Apart-
ments. Come by for free
food, .door prizes,, and
tours of our spacious
apartments. 900 Addison
Place Drive, Crestview.
850-689-341l1
For Rent - 2 br apt.,
Ib ill', ..a:her- r, r in-
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Crestview 30- P.rl
'Adams, 2 br, 2 bca ') . .,
$750 mo + fi5.: Jdp.
Avail.now. 543-4742
Crestview, S of 1-10
3br, 2ba, 2c. ,FP la
fenced yard. 421 ..:.
Lake Dr. No pet/smoke.
Avail now. $960mo/
$960dd. 897-1394.

CALLNOW
Why- rent when you
can own your own
home? Great deals for
first time home owners.
.Low credit no problem!
Crye-Leike Coastal
Realty, Stephen Smith,
850-218-0620


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* 4799 Old Mill Ct. 3br,
2bo $985.rt, $985dep
* 2947 McCarly Ave.
3br, 2ba $900.rt,
$900dep
* 2842 Old Mill Way.
4br 2ba $1000Mo.,
$1 00dep
0 1208 Northview. 4br,
2ba 1200mo,
$1200dep.
* 5152 Keser Mill Rd,
Baker 4br, 2ba
$875.mo, $875de .
0 545 Tikell Dr 3br,
3ba, Inaround pool
$1400mo/$1400dep
b 5474 Haburne St 3br
2ba $1100mo,
$1100dep
* 223,Tiffot Ct. 4br.'
2ba $11Omo + H IlI',"I
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3br, 2ba $1200mo,
$1200dep


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682-4822 or 651-5717
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128 Hampton Dr, 2bd,
1.5ba $ 598
2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
1ba, $750
323 Apple Dr, 3br, 2ba,
$850
110 Campbell Ave, 3br,
2ba, $850
296 Oakview PL, 3br,
2ba, $850
5821 Reinke Dr, 3br,
1.5 ba, $850
111 Swaying Pine Ct,
3br 2.5 b, $875
309 Feldon Dr, 3br, 2
ba, $875
312 John King Rd, 3br,.
2ba, $900 ,
2838 Penney Ln, 3br,
3ba, $900
-209 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.5ba, $900
106 Edna Dr 3br, 2ba,
$900
2800 MacGregor Ln,
3br, 2ba $900
424 Northview Ln 3br,
2ba $925
207 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.5ba, $950
3349 Shoal Creek Cv,
4br 2ba. $950
108 Split Creek Dr, 3br,
2ba, $950
211 Johnson Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $950
348 Stawbridge Dr 3br,
2ba, $975
2835 Old Mill Way 4br,
2.5ba $975
4702 Whitewater Ln,
4br, 2ba, $995
2994 Windsor Cir, 3br,
2bo, $1000
4034 Randi Road, 3br,
2ba $1100
� J 1 ,ll,i,. Dr, 3br, 2ba
-$11o0 .0
25104 Whitehurst Ln 4br,
2ba, $1125 ' - '
3115 Lh,..k Dr 4br,
2ba. I,1 135
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4853 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba, $1150
144 Indian Tr, 3br, 2ba,
$1150
1224 Gabrielle Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1200 ", ....
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Jb,- bha tT250
S42. Fobb, Dr, 3br, 2ba,
4093 E$g Buck Tr, 4br,
2468 Ell k'.dge Dr, 4br,
2ba, $1350
715 Prescott St, 3br,
2.5ba, $1300 .
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all being sold "as is." Great investment!!
6462 Moonlight Lane -Brand new 3 bd/2 ba home located in Spring
Hollow Estates. Double tray ceiling in LR; breakfast bar & pantry in kitchen;
covered rear porch.
6471 Possum Ridge Road - Beautiful 3 bd/2 ba two-story home
located on 16 + acres overlooking a small pond. Hickory cabinets w/tile
countertops & breakfast bar; stone fireplace; gas-powered generator.
6189 Rochelle Lane - Spacious 4 bd/2 ba home located on 4.55 acres
in a quiet country setting. Vaulted ceiling & wood-burning fireplace; large
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3BR, 2 BA all brick on I AC in Mt. Olive.Estates. Fireplace,
fenced yard, master BA w/double vanity & walk-in closet.
MLS#462408 S193,800---Potti Griffin 758-0133
3BR, 2.5BA on 4,66AC. Waterfront w/updates.'New roof &
skylights. Workshop, detached garage & greenhouse.
MLS#451593 $289,900-Diana Baker 685.5135
3BR, 2BA Lakefront home w/garage. Tile & carpet
Flooring, cathedral ceilings. South of town convenient to
bases. MLS#462819 $149,500-James Wheat 305-0265
.55 acre corner lot with a Lakeview. 10 acre
Lake stocked with Bass & Blue Gill.
MLS#452731 $60,000-Irene Russell 259-6696
2.29 acres of lakefront property.
MLS#461677 $49,900-Dave Russell 685-8125
4BR, 2.5BA new construction, Many upscale features, fully
equipped kitchen, custom landscaping & covered porch.
MLS#459047 $259,000--Jenny Teel 582-3821
48R, 1.5 BA, storage building w/power. New roof,
windows, AC units. On 2 lots - Adams Powell Subdivision.
MLS# 450342 $247,500-Debra Frost 305-9752
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Wednesday, June 6, 2007


CLASSIFIED


6140 ...
Crestview
For Rent
3br, 2ba, Section 8 ap-
proved, deposit required,
537-2960, 830-7944
Crestview
2 and 3 bedroom
homes No pets. Call
682-4670 or 830-2061
Crestview 3BR, 2BA,
1CG. Almost new, fully
fenced backyard nood
pets welcome! $1050 +
DD. 850-6834104



Crestview- new homes
3br, 2ba, no pets or
smoke Storting at $800
mo+dd. 850835-0432
Crestview Rentals
Field Ave 3br, 2ba,
$700
Krest Dr 3br, 2ba,
$1000
Available now. Call Rick
Epperson Realtor
850-865-777
Crestview- S of 1-10.
3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, Ig
fenced yd. Avail now
$1100/mo 897-3056
Crestview: 4br 2ba
fenced 2 acres, outside
pets and horses allowed
close to town. $1250
+dep. 902-1065
C'view lakefront custom
3 br, 2 ba, 2ci, 2150sf
country setting $1200mo
No ets/smoke. (850)
303-1328 / 533-6363
For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool on 1 acre lot in
Holt area. $1000mo,
Dep w/references
(850)537-6222 or
850-499-7412
For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car garage, brick
home, 850-956 2553
Holt,1 800 sq. ft. Ce-
dar House for rent with
option to buy - first years
rent applied to purchase
price, 3br, 1.75 acres,
paved rd, city water, stor-
age shed.
1-850-537-2592 or
1-850-386-1472.
House for rent
br, 2 ba, 2100sq.ft
1O00mo/$700dep.
br, 2ba
$850mo/$700dep
Call 902-1299
JANET JOHNSON RE-
ALTY, INC
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
682-1800

575 Pine St; $795
120 Swaying. Pine Court,
3bd, 2.5ba $850
341 Crooked Pine Trail;
$900
11 Holly Dr 3bd, 2ba
$995
122 Kyle Dr$995
194 Vlllacrest Dr; $995
329 John Kind Rd.
$1000
2ba $1200
493 Jillian Dr; $1250
5512 Monterrey Rd;
$1250
Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge air &
heat. 850-652-4155
Laurel Hill large 4 br,
2Y2 ba, near school, 1
acre $895/mo+dd.
4041 388-6862 or
912) 996-3516
New Home
Rentals
*5141 Eagle Way,
3br 2ba
*4665 Falcon Way,
3br 2ba
*4504 Goldfinch Way,
3br, 2ba.
*4605 Bobolink Way,
3br, 2ba
call 850-689-2221
Teel and Waters
Real Estate
2117 Hagood Loop
$1,495 4/3/2 no pets
29 Heather Ave,
$850, 3/2, no pets
102 Trenton Ave,
$1 190 3/2/2, small pet
w/aproval.
5308 Godfrey St,
$650, 2/1.5, small pet
w/approval
5310 Godfrey St,
$700, 2/1.5, small pet
w/approval
All properties require a
credit check, one year
lease; no inside smoking,
pet fees are
non-refundable. Call
Debra Frost
682-6156


Tou--Your Dollars-- .: i
Why rent when you
can own your own
home? Great deals for
first time home owners.
Low credit no problems
Crye-Leike Coastal
Realty, Stephen Smith,
850-218-0620



Room for rent Kitchen
privileges. $100 per
week Includes utilities.
850-826-0044 Donna


I 6170 |1
Crestview clean 3 br, 2
ba 16'x80' MH, large
secluded lot. Appl. inc.
Pets nego. Lawn care.
$800mo+dep 423-0967
For Rent - 2br, 2 ba
Mobile home located
at 5081 Hibiscus. 1 year
lease, $550/mo, firsf
and last month rent and
$400 deposit. Call
682-6734 or 546-1039
after 5p.m. & weekends.







REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
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



"OPEN HOUSE"
'05 Built Home on 1
Acre. 3956 Poverty
Creek Rd.
Century 21 Moulton
Realty
(850)682-3849
Crestview 3BR 2BA
2CG 1400+ sf, 1/3
acre. Privacy fence back-
ard. Good neighbor-
hood. 30 min Eglin 35
min Hurlburt $149K +
closing. 850-665-3434


NEW TUIJAY
Crestview: brick home
on 3.6 acres. 3 br, 2 ba.
Detached gar., carport
barn, deep well, all
fenced. Corner of two
County Rds. 689-2671
Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 cg,
in heart of Destin 1351st.
$229K. Call 368-4291
For Sale 1.02 acres
Long Dr. $140,000,
Home needs TLC.
For Sale 2 bed 2 bath, 2
acres, Staff Rd
$125,000
For Sale 4.77 acres on
Staff Rd, $142,000.
For more information call
Linda Steqway
240-3406
Century 21 Moulton's
Realty 682-3849



3 acre scenic homesite
w/198' road frontage.
Clear Creek Estates
Crestview. $79,000
758-9254
4.5 Acres on Poverty
Creek Road
850-956-2553
Secluded 81 acres Ex-
cellent hunting large fish
pond site. 12 yr old
planted pines. Low prop-
erty taxes. Near Andalu-
sia $296,000. (334)
222-8087



4 1/8 Acres with pri-
vate pond, 14x80 3/2
mobile home wit h
15x30. back porch.
Home also comes with
two nice sheds. For more
information call
850-682-0017
Reduced! 5 acres, 3br,
1998 model, $109,900
many extras. Century 21
Moultons Realty
Linda Steqway
240-340 or 682-3849


- 7190
ARIZONA LAND
LIQUIDATION!
Near Tucson, 2Y2 foot-
ball field sized lots. $0
Down/$0 Interest, $159
/Month (18,995 total).
Free recorded informa-
tion. Money back guar-
antee! Toll free
1-800-682-6103 Op
#10


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


|- 8110
92 Cadillac Sedan
DeVille, good condition,
98,006 mi, $2,900.
499-7933

THE ONLY
UTTER
YOUR CAT
SHOULD
EVER HAVE


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[-- 8110 1
2000 Dodge Avenger
ES, 62 500 miles, A/C,
sunroof leather/power
seats CD, Keyless entry,
excellent condition
$6500 call 423-0386
2005 Ford Taurus SEL,
34,000 miles, $12,000,
or take over payments,
New tires, tinted win-
dows, loaded. 398-2840
Ford Ranger
Edge 2004
Extended" cab loaded,
premium sound. Excellent
condition. 850
368-8636
Honda Accord EX
2002 V6 2 dr, 80K mi-
les. Fully loaded, must
see! $11,950. Call
243-8896
Mercedes
SL500 2003
white sport pk., low mi.
$62,600 850-585-5915


8120
07 Chevy Tahoe LT,
Loaded in excellent con-
dition, 15,000 miles,
Husband wants Harley.
Sticker price was $43 +
askinq$36,000
682- 2081, 398-2256

Ford Explorer
Eddie Bauer 1997,
driven by elderly woman,
low low miles, 44K miles,
$7500 obo. 398-2946
Toyota 4 Runner, SR5
2001. Leather, running
boards, etc. Very clean,
eood condition. 86K mi-
fes. Asking $12,500.
Call 543-4565




1991 F-150 XLT,
2WD short wheel base,
V8 362 $2500 call
850-'689-5455


832


8140 -

1996 Dodge Caravan
w/ 2 built in child
resatraints.$2,600.
.683-1231 or 865-4636.






2006 XL 1200L Sports-
ter HD, Cobalt Blue, less
than 500 miles, Garage
kept, inc Windshield, 7
year unlimited mileage
plan $10,000
Modular Dual
(Kendon) Rail transport
motorcycle trailer
$1500 Harley David-
son Full face helmet
small), Mint condition
$100.
Solid Oak Bookshelf
$30, TV Stand (light
woo) $30 Call
398-1320


|-- 8170 1
For sale $500 obo, 4x8
utility trailer, never
used, some assembly
needed. 682-4698 or
305-4181.



1998 Astro 172 17FT
Fiberglass Bass Boat,
90Hf Mercury Engine,
fish finder, tilt and trim,
seasonal done in Janu-
ary, New class C tires on
Trailer, Call for more de-
tails, asking $6000,
682-0380, or 882-1776
1998 Avon
Hard bottom inflatable.
80HP 4-stroke Yamaha.
Excellent cond. $12,500
Call 850-585-5915
2002 Action Craft
21' W/Trailer
$12,000 Call
682-6524 and ask for
Kelly


2005 Suzuki 250, less
than 25 miles, like new,
steal at $3,200.
546-0566


2007 after market dirt
bike 200cc, $800.
2001 Kawaski 220
four wheeler $1 500.
1989 Honda fourtrax
300 $1,000.
1-850-546-0706 or
1-850-978-0306


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Other demos available.

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iSRP$17,710 ": "'. ',683E
PW, PL, CR, Ti AM FM CD $15,027

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07 TRAILBLAZER DEMO ESm'I 6 07 TAHOE 4x4 DEMO IAPRCE
MSRP$25,795 0 "' 05 .805 MSRP$40,325 VR"t`$6.414 $3 3
Service Loaner PW, PL, CR, TL, Bose AM FM CD, Locking Rear Diff.,
\ Rear Parking Assist, Power Adj. Pedals, Aim.Wheels,
Fog Lamps, Third Row Seat


07 AVALANCHE DEMO 4x4 SAE PR.

Leather Heated & Memory Seats, Head Cuitain Air
Bags, Bose XM Radio, Bear DVD, Paring Assist, Locking
Rear DIlR., TrailerTow and much more


sed Computers Starting at $39.99
printers * Scanners * Cables * Wireless Web Cams i
S2 * Xbox. Nintendo Games Accessories
Monday - Friday 10 to 6
Saturday 9 to 2 136 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
Just off Main Street


07 COLORADO CREW CAB SALEPR
MSRP$21,035i rxo,"' $3,083
Service Loaner, PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM C, Automatic 1 7
\ frasmission,
AIm. Wheels, fined Windows


AN AMERICAN REVOLUTION

CRESTVIEW 682-2731

FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW


Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates and discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Sale ends 6/12/07. Vehicles may have slight damage.


1996
Olds

. .. Arora


Series

Beautiful Car, 125,000 miles, Runs
Great, Loaded! $2650.00 Seals It.
This Week Only * 850-398-7743