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Property tax rollback almost certain; local impact isn't


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - The good news, for
property owners at least, is that the tax
reform plan being discussed in Tallahassee
is almost certain to pass.
The bad news, though, is municipal and
county governments will have to contend
with the resultant loss of revenue.


What the state Senate and House of
Representatives leaders have touted as "by
far, the largest tax cut in Florida's history" is
predicted to save taxpayers approximately
$31.6 billion statewide over the next five
years.
A letter released Friday by Senate
president Ken Pruitt and House Speaker
Marci Rubio states under the legislation,
which is likely to pass later this week, "all


cities and counties will be required to cut
taxes in the upcoming 2007-2008 fiscal year
to the 2006-2007 revenue levels."
Additionally, "these local governments
will then be required to make an additional
cut of" 3, 5, 7 or 9 percent from their
budgets.
According to accompanying documents
distributed by Sen. Don Gaetz, Valparaiso
and Crestview would both land in the 3


percent category.
Elsewhere in Okaloosa County, Fort
Walton Beach would have to cut 5 percent,
Cinco Bayou and Mary Esther would have
to cut 7 percent, and Niceville and Destin
would each have to find 9 percent to trim
from their respective budgets.
While a 3 percent trim may not appear
See TAX, 3A


Life-saving



project in



the works


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW - It was past midnight and storming
when Susan Tyson woke up and discovered her mother,
Eltse Carter, had wandered out of their Baker home and
into the cold rain.
With no signs of where the 77-year-old with Alzheime r' s
had gone, panic came quickly.
"It's just like if your 5-year-old child was missing,
recalled Tyson. "It's the same feeling."
At 2:30 a.m. the phone rang It was a neighbor. Knowing
there was only one reason he could be calling at that ho r
Tyson answered the call.
"Where's mother?" she asked.
Soaked to the skin and hurt from a fall, Carter was
found one hour later trying to walk to Crestview to buy a
car because Tyson had taken her car keys away.
"If it hadn't been tor the phone call ...," said Tyson,
thinking about what could have happened.
That night was just one ot many disappearing acts that
caregivers for people with Alzheimer's and Demefitia
experience each year.
Butwith help trom the city ot Crest\-iew and emergency
services, Tyson and other caregivers may not have to
worry about \what could happen much longer.
In three to four weeks, the city's public safety
departments will implement a program called Project


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Participants in the project will wear white wristbands as shown in the photo
to the left. The wristbands house a transmitter that can be tracked by law
enforcement officers and other emergency service workers for up to several
miles. The transmitters even give off a signal trackable by air.


Lifesaver that allows
residents to buy tracking devices for Alzheimer's patients
who live at home and are at risk of becoming lost.
Each transmitter is located inside a white plastic
bracelet that is permanently fastened to a wrist and can
be tracked by first response units, either by ground or air.
Trackers can pick up the signal over several miles using
special equipment. , ,


Should a person w hearing the transmitter disappear,
the caregiver would notify police 'ad a search would
immediatelN begin.
Personal information, including tags and photos of any
vehicles the client has access to, will be stored in police and
fire department databases for easy on-the-go retrieval.
See LIFESAVER, 3A


At the Crestview Post

Office, the door is

always open

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CREST\VIEW - For more than a month, patrons
and employees of the Crestview Post Office on
Industrial Drive haven't had to deal with the
loud whooshs" '.dhen the facility's automatic
doors slide open.
That's because a damaged motor has left them
wide open, night and day.
This has led wvags to scoff that the recent
nationwide postal rate increase is funding a
program to air condition the northern end of
Crest-view.
"Basically what the deal is, is the motor
broke," explained Crestview Post Master John
Blair. "We have to go through our processes to
See DOOR, 3A


Brinan Mughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Night and day, the door to the Crestview Post Office is open for its cus-
tomers. But after this week's repairs, it will only open upon a patron's
approach.


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2A Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL WEDNESDAY JUNE 13, 2007


Prom night ends with a proposal


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers

CRESTVIEW-When her
prince fell severely ill in
March, 17-year-old Krystal
Kent gave up prom and her
first trip to Disney World to
stay by his bedside.
Neither Kent, nor her
prince, 2007 Crestview
High School graduate Ryan
Waltman, knew that friends
and the community would
create their own fairy tale
right here at home.
"It was a real emotional
thing in the hospital," said
Ryan's mom, Debbie. "The
night of the prom, he had
friends that wanted to say
'hi' but he couldn't handle
it."
Around prom time,
Ryan, 18, suffered a
ruptured appendix that
had him fighting for his
life on the night he had
planned to be dancing with
his classmates.
As weeks passed, the
high school senior began
to slowly recover. But he
regretted not being able to
take Krystal, a home school
graduate, to the dance as
promised.
Knowing how
important the senior event
was to Ryan and Krystal,
their loved ones and local
merchants pulled together
and gave the couple their
very own prom last Friday
at the dining hall on Duke
Field.
"So many people saw,
what Krystal sacrificed to
be with Ryan," said Floyd,
Ryani's father. "They're both
giving people and I think
people just decided they
wanted to give something
back to them."
"It's been an honor to do
this," said Rachael Smith,
who helped organize the
event, given the theme


"2007 Dreams Come True
Prom."
The evening began with
a romantic ride in a white
Cinderella-style carriage.
Then, in front of about
60 guests, the couple was
crowned prom king and
queen before moving to
the dance floor for the first
slow song.
As the song ended, Ryan
surprised both his queen
and the guests when he
got down on one knee and
proposed.
Seconds later, cheers of
congratulations filled the
room as a crying Krystal
nodded silently.
"It's just the most
amazing night," Ryan said
moments later.
The couple's
grandparents were also
present for the big moment.


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Krystal received flowers from guests as she and Ryan
entered the prom.


"I'm so very proud of them,"
said Ryan's .grandmother,
Linda Stovall, who drove
from Andalusia to be part
of the night.
In the coming months,
Ryan and Krystal will
prepare for college and their


journey together into the
ministry. But for one night,
they enjoyed their fairy tale
ending, and now hope the
prom marks a storybook
beginning.
"It's definitely a night to
remember," said Floyd.


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Today's Weather

Wea I ThuFSat sun

6/13 6/14 6/15 a6/1 6/17


93/66
Sunshine.
Highs in the
low 90s and
lows in the
mid 60s.


Sunrise:
5:42 AM
Sunset:
7.5n DA


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91/66
Partly
cloudy,
chance of a
thunder-
storm.


Sunrise:
5:43 AM
Sunset:


91/65
Partly
cloudy,
chance of a
thunder-
storm.


Sunrise:
5:43 AM
Sunset:


93/67
Isolated.
thunder-
storms.
Highs in the
low 90s and
lows in the
upper 60s,

Sunrise:
5:43 AM
Sunset:
7.l1 PM


92/66
Partly
cloudy,
chance of a
thunder-
storm.


Sunrise:
5:43 AM
Sunset:
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Florida At A Glance
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Jacksonville
78/1-


91 73


Tampa
85.'T 17


Area Cities -


Clearwater 85 70 t-storm
Crestview 93 66 sunny
Daytona Beach 80 70 t-storm
Fort Lauderdale 86 77 t-storm
Fort Myers 87 72 t-storm
Gainesville 82 64 t-storm
Hollywood 86 75 t-storm
Jacksonville 78 71 t-storm
Key West 85 80 t-storm
Lady Lake 84 68 t-storm
Lake City 82 66 t-storm
Madison 87 67 t-stormr
Melbourne.. 8.5 72 i-storm.-
Miami ' 86 75 t-storm
N Smyrna Beach 82 70 t-storm

National Cities


Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Dallas
Denver
Houston
Los Angeles
Miami


64 t-storm
51 t-storm
62 sunny
75 t-storm
52 t-storm
74 ptsunny
63 sunny
75 t-storm


Ocala 86
Orlando 85
Panama City 91
Pensacola 91
Plant City 86
Pompano Beach 86
Port Charlotte 87
Saint Augustine 78
Saint Petersburg 85
Sarasota 85
Tallahassee 89
Tampa 85
Titusville . 84
Venice . 85
W Palm Beach' 86


Minneapolis
New York
Phoenix
San Francisco
Seattle
St. Louis
Washington DC


Icity I11iLoI67T-or


67 t-storm
70 t-storm
71 mst sunny
73 mst sunny
69 t-storm
74 t-storm
70 t-storm
70 t-storm
74 t-storm
71 t-storm
67 t-storm
71 t-storm
69 t-storm
71 :-storm
73 t-storm


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Crestview News Bulletin's
coverage, please call 682-6524.
General Manager
Kelly Humphrey
Editor
Robbyn Brooks
Office Manager
Lynn Gann
Advertising information
Heather Gann ......ad consultant
Classifieds
Melissa Tedder....,:...classified ads
Editorial
Brian Hughes.................. reporter
Ann Spann....................photographer
Renee Bell.................typesetting
Sunshine Wright......typesetting


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The Crestview News Bulletin is
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and Saturday by Florida Freedom
Newpapers, Inc., at 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536.
Periodicals Postage Paid at Crestview,
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'Fill the Boot' this Sunday


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Professional Fire Fighters Association has participated.in the
"Fill the Boot" campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and "Jerry's
Kids" for three years. Last year, the group raised $11,000. Sunday, you can help
by offering donations to firefighters holding empty boots at the intersections of
N. Ferdon Boulevard and James Lee Boulevard between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2007


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2007


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I 3A


TAX, continued from 1A


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$149,900 #29962
CUTE AS A BUTTONII 2006 Double Wide 2BR/2BA just 10 minutes from Crestview.
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday.
June 25, 2007 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the
Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1354 which is set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1354

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 0.71t ACRES OF CON-
TIGUOUS LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 6,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, AND
BEING DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH HEREIN;
PRdOVI~ING FOR AUTHORITY PROVIDING FOR
LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR BOUND-
ARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT
TO THE BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS;
PROVIDING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The 0.71 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1354 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by parcel
identification number 06-3N-23-0000-0001-001A. Said 0.71
acres is located in Section 6, Township 3 North, Range 23
West, at the intersection of Normandy and Kingston Roads.
The parcel's location is shown on the map labeled "Ord. 1354"
in this advertisement.
Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal descrip-
tion of the property being annexed are available in the City
Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the City
of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected by the pub-
lic and interested parties, and interested parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordi-
nances.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not dis-
criminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for
in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the
City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior
to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the pro-
ceedings and for such purpose, such person may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young June 13, 2007
City Clerk June 20, 2007


like much, "It'll effect us
alright!" exclaimed Public
Services director "Junior"
Cox.
But like other local
leaders, until the final bill
is passed, no one quite yet
knows its full impact.
"It'll be interesting,"
said Mayor David Cadle.
"We just have to wait and
see what the numbers
say. We've been running
scenarios" to prepare, for
the likely passage of the
plan, he said, "but we won't
know for sure until we see
the final facts and figures."
The .mayor did state


unequivocally, "We're
going to do everything
in our power to provide
services to our city"- once
the actual budget reduction
is known.
"The hard part is not
knowing," Cadle said.
The uncertainty of the
plan's final mandates is
also wearing on Dr. Alexis
Tibbets and her staff at the
Okaloosa County School
District office.
"First we were told
schools would be pretty
much protected" from
mandatory budget cuts,
Tibbets said.


Then, as discussions in
subcommittee continued,
it was reported that schools
might have to trim their
budgets after all.
"It's been a huge point
of discussion," - Tibbets
added.
"We're all holding our
breaths," said the school
district's financial director
Rita Scallan.
In an added benefit
for property owners, a
constitutional amendment
calling for a further $16
billion in .tax relief and
reform is also under
consideration. It would


require a voter referendum
to add it to the state
constitution.
Again, the letter from
legislative leaders stated
"We intend to hold schools
harmless from these cuts."
"But how long will we
be held harmless?" Scallan
asked.
For the time being,
however, all local and
county officials, including
Cadle, Tibbets and their
staffs, can do is await
the final vote in the state
legislature.
"It's not over until it's
over," Scallan said.


DOOR, continued from 1A


get it repaired. We had a back with the repair, firm
company come out and on Monday, he was assured
look at it. They had to order the part was on its way.
a part." "The door should be
When Blair checked repaired by the end of the


week," he said.
That, hopefully,
will satisfy at least one
concerned customer.
"She asked me to close


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the door at night," Blair
said. "I had to explain that
we have a 24-hour drop box
and it wouldn't be fair to
our night-time customers."
Brian Hughes
Crestview News
Bulletin


After more than
a month of not
being able to
lock up the of-
fice, Post Master
John Blair says
a part is in order
that will hope-
fully repair the
front doors of the
Crestview Post
Office. The doors
have been open
24 hours each
day since they
have been in dis-
repair because
customers use
a 24-hour drop
box.


[I FFSAVI ER -nntiniied frnm 1A


The maximum recorded
"'time it taiEedto'finda per"fio
through Project Lifesaver is
30. minutes, said Crestview
Fire Department Battalion
Chief Tony Holland.
"I think this program
is not only going to help
the city, but the county,"
he added. "With Project
Lifesaver, we'll bring loved
ones home."
According to Crestview
Police Chief Brian
Mitchell, the October 2006
disappearance of resident
Charlie Blue is what
prompted the city to bring
the program, successful


in other states and parts Unfortunately, when they
"of'"Flrida, to O'alb "-'fo"tap'p , tlte"can be gut
County. wrenching.
A once-prominent local Once Project Lifesaver
busiinesman, Blue was is operational, the city will
Reported missing when he be able to better handle
didn't return home from and prevent those types of
running errands. situations, said Villani.
It was three days before "A lot of times, they
the Okaloosa County know their name, but they
Sheriff's Office found the don't know where they are
89-year-old's car and body or where' they're going,"
in a wooded area north of said Sandra Tingle, owner
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To THE

EDITOR


A big


thank you


To those of you that orga-
nized, cooked, purchased, deliv-
ered, sold tickets and spread the
word about the Benefit Fish Fry,
those who visited, sent cards,
letters, goodies, and especially
those who prayed, and loved my
miracle son Logan Hunter Taylor,
I am and will always be eternally
grateful to you. I thank you from
the bottom of my heart. This
action of love to raise money for
our hospital expenses from his
traumatic vehicle accident this
past Easter Sunday was and is
still so greatly appreciated.
Vanguard Bank in Crestview
is still accepting donations in the
name of "Logan Taylor Benefit
fund." He will continue treat-
ment and therapy for some time
to come.
Words are inadequate to
express my heartfelt gratitude
to everyone involved. We are
so blessed to be part of a loving
church at First Baptist Church of
Crestview and to be members of
such a great community.
This has been an experience
that will change my family's life
forever. We hope to never miss
an opportunity to give back
somehow. How AWESOME is
our GOD and the COMMU-
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Sincerely,
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Crestview




Send us your

opinion


Why I voted against embryonic stem cell research


P The Miller

. Report

Jeff Miller

Congress has passed
S. 5, a bill that authorizes
expanded federal funds for
research using stem cells
from human embryos.
I voted "No." This bill
disregards the sanctity of
life and American taxpay-
ers should not be forced
to subsidize something so
ethically controversial.
I believe the embryo is
a human being from the
moment of fertilization;
therefore, I consider em-
bryonic stem cell research
to be unethical and mor-'
ally unacceptable. I am
hopeful that the medical
community will be able to
develop techniques using


stem cells to solve many
of today's major medical
problems without taking
the life of an unborn child
or using discarded embry-
os. We should recognize
the advantages of adult
stem cell research and
treatments that are already
being utilized today.
Breakthroughs in the
adult stem cell research
field continue today. Adult
stem cells have been used
in human applications for
over two decades, and pa-
tients suffering from over
73 different diseases and
disorders are being treated
today with experimental
adult stem cell treatments.
When compared to embry-
onic ones, adult stem cells
and those found in um-
bilical cord blood are less
likely to develop tumors
and less like to be rejected


by the patient since many
of these cells are already
in the human body. Adult
stem cells can be found in
dental pulp, bone marrow,
and fat cells.
Medical researchers
must continue to seek new
alternatives to address
health problems. Cur-
ing diseases is a difficult
process and we must do
whatever is possible to
help those suffering from
disease, while at the same
time protecting human life.
Through the National
Institutes of Health,
the federal government
currently provides over
$600 million annually for
stem cell research and has
provided $196 million
for embryonic stem cell
research alone since 2003.
State governments and
private donors have also


contributed funds to em-
bryonic stem cell research,
often compensating when
public funding for research
lapses.
I am a co-sponsor of
H.R. 322, Alternative Pluri-
potent Stem Cell Thera-
pies Enhancement Act of
2007, which will accelerate
federal funding for non-
embryonic pluripotent
stem cell research.
Pluripotential refers
to self-replicating human
stem cells that are known
to develop into cells and
tissues of the three prima-
ry germ layers, the same
primary layers of cells in
the embryo from which
all tissues and organs
develop. This funding
will enable the medical
community to continue
this cutting-edge research
without the destruction or


farming of embryos for
the purpose of destroying
them.
President Bush an-
nounced in his federal
stem cell policy address to
the nation on Aug. 9, 2001,
"This allows us to explore
the promise and potential
of stem cell research with-
out crossing a fundamen-
tal moral line by providing
taxpayer funding that
would sanction or encour-
age further destruction of
human embryos that have
at least the potential for
life."
Clearly, this issue of
stem cell research is one of
the most difficult ethical
concerns our nation faces
today and I stand firm in
my opposition to requiring
your taxpayer dollars to
support embryonic stem
cell research.


The Cop Column: A few firearm FAQs


Sgt. Rick Hord
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office


Citizens frequently
have questions about the
legal carrying and posses-
sion of firearms, especially
handguns. Here are half a
dozen of the most com-
mon questions.
1-Do I need to register
my rifle or handgun?
No. Florida, like most
states, does not register
firearms.
2-May I carry a firearm
on my person?
If you're at your home
or place of business, you
may carry any legal weap-
on, concealed or openly.
Once you go outside your
home or place of business,
such as in common areas
of an apartment or condo-


minium complex, you'd
be well-advised to obtain
a Florida Weapons License
to make sure you don't
run afoul of the law.
3-Is pepper spray or
tear gas considered a
weapon in Florida?
Florida Law allows
citizens to carry self-
defense chemical weapons
of two ounces or less.,
(That's about 57 grams
for products labeled in
the metric system.). They
may be carried openly or
concealed, and no license
is needed.
4-What other states
honor the Florida Con-
cealed Weapons License?
So far, 30 states honor
Florida's License, includ-
ing the nearby states of
Alabama, Georgia, Missis-
sippi, Louisiana, Ten-


nessee, Kentucky, North
Carolina, and Virginia.
Some states not recog-
nizing Florida licenses
include South Carolina, Il-
linois, Maryland, and West
Virginia.
5-May I legally carry
a firearm in a vehicle in
Florida?
Yes, even without a con-
cealed weapons license.
The phrase "two step
rule" is a common mis-
conception. That state-
ment does not appear in
Florida's Firearms laws,
and is does not accurately
paraphrase what the law
says.
To be legal, the fire-
arm must be "securely
encased" or "not avail-
* able for immediate use.
"Securely encased" means
in a closed zipper or Nel-


cro pouch, in a snapped
holster, or in some other
closed compartment. In
the glovebox or center
console is "securely en-
cased" and therefore legal,
as long as the compart-
ment is closed. If you
open the closed compart-
ment to retrieve your
license or for any other
reason, you might now
have an illegal concealed
firearm. Another way a
gun in the car can be legal
is to be "not available
for immediate use." For
example, a shotgun in a
rack in the rear window of
a pickup truck would be
very difficult for the driver
or passenger to quickly
use.
One bit of advice for
motorists with firearms:
If you're fin our c'ar


and have a gun in you
pocket or purse or in your
waistband or in an ankle
holster, you would need
a Concealed Weapons
License.
6-If I have a gun in my
car and get stopped for
a traffic violation, what
should I tell the officer?
If he asks, answer his
questions truthfully. If
the gun is in your glove
compartment or center
console, do not open it
without first telling the
officer... you do not want
him to find it by surprise.
Gun laws are complex
and vary greatly by state.
Be sure to ask for more
specific information from
a reputable source if you
have any doubts about
stay ing on the right side of
the law.


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Thursday of the month at
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* HOLT FIRE
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Thuisdays from 7 p.m. at
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W.U.S. 90 in Holt. Persons
interested in joining their
department are welcome to
attend.
* The DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at 4418 Poverty
Creek Rd. The public is
invited to attend.
The next meeting is
on May 31 at 7 p.m. at
4418 Poverty Creek Rd. in
Crestview, Station #41. The
public in invited.
* The LAUREL HILL
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
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month at 7 p.m. in the Fire


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Department office located in
the Laurel Hill City Hall.
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 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 second and fourth
Thursday of each month at
City Hall on State Road 85N
in Laurel Hill. Each session


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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.
* 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


Brian Hughes
Sports Editor


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.; nighttime
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 1 p.m. Walk-ins are
welcome, or call 882-2720
for an appointment or
additional information.
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WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please
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Mrs. Joe Johnson of Paxton
and granddaughter of Mr.
& Mrs. Art Felgenhauer
of Crestview, has just
completed her first quarter
there and has been named
to the AOMA honors list
with a 3.95 grade point
average.
Heather took a total of
19 credit hours in classes
including anatomy &
physiology, histology,
biomedical terminology,
acupuncture energetic,
and Foundations of Chinese
Medicine.
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of the top three schools
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Maryann (Jo) Kennedy Gearbart,
age 81, .of Crestview, passed away
Wednesday, May 23, 2007. She was
born on Feb. 5, 1926, in Crestview
and lived here until 1956. She then
moved to Fairborn, Ohio, and returned
to Crestview, her native soil, in 1986.
In her early years, she worked at
Enzor Brothers Hospital and was a
volunteer nurse during World War II
at Eglin. She was a poll worker with
the Supervisor of Elections from 1965
until 1998. Mrs. Gearhart was a Baptist
by faith and a member of the V.F.W.
and American Legion Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Bob Gearhart. Survivors
include four children, June Elaine
Fraser, Anita Joyce Weiss, Barbara
Freda Fitzpatrick, and John Robert
Gearhart; two brothers, Glenville
Kennedy and Frank (Snookie)
Kennedy: two sisters, Sara Jane Koon
and Opal Jordan.
She is also survived by nine
grandchildren, Stephanie Brewer,
Michelle Nelson, Josette Thorogood,
Sheila Edwards, Stephen Gearhart,
Christina Fabella, Misty Fitzpatrick,
Dave Fitzpatrick and Reba Fitzpatrick;
24 great-grandchildren including
Ashley Nelson, Skye Ziehm, Megan
Wigton, Alliyah Edwards, Tyler,
Cassandra and Haley Wigton, Dylan,
Dalton and Denae Gearhart, Jade
and Alexis Fabella, and Destiny and
Timothy Barnhill.
Funeral services will be held at 10
a.m. Friday, May 25, from the chapel
of Brackney Funeral Service with
Pastor Raymond Williams officiating.
Burial will follow in the Old Bethel
Cemetery. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to the service.
Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview,
is in charge of the arrangements.


Fla. The airman is a 2006 graduate of
Crestview High School.

Corkins completes basic
combat training
Army Pfc. Edward R. Corkins
Jr. has graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, thie soldier studied the Army
mission, history, tradition and core
values, physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in basic
combat skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayonet training,
drill and ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and unarmed
combat, map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid, foot marches,
and field training exercises.
He is the son of Carol Hoalt of
Junior Drive, Shalimar.
Corkins is a 2005 graduate of
Choctawhatchee Senior High School,
Fort Walton Beach.


Enterprise-Ozark Community College.
Enterprise. Ala.

Crecelius graduates
with honors
Air Force Airman Daniel A.
Crecelius has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training,
the airman studied the Air Force
mission, organization, and military


customs and courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches, and received
physical training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward
an associate degree through the
Community College of the Air Force.
Crecelius earned distinction as
an honor graduate. He is the son of
Mike and Tina Crecelius of Crestview,


Harrison graduates
from basic training
Air Force Airman Ist Class Richere
M. Harrison has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
She is the daughter of Richard and
Lisa Harrison of Crestview.
Harrison graduated in 2004 from
Crestview High School, and received
an associate degree in 2006 from


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview Garden Club met in the home of Ernestine Byrd on May 29 and
installed their officers for 2007-2008. The officers were Nellie Fleming, installing
officer; Ernestine Byrd, secretary and treasurer; Durley White, vice president
(standing in for Mary Locke) and President Mary Frances Clark. The theme of the
installation was roses. The club meets the fourth Thursday of every month except
June, July and August. Call 682-2478 or 689-1533 for details.


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JUNE

BURN BAN ADVISORY
STILL IN EFFECT: Although
Florida's Commissioner of
Agriculture, Charles Bronson,
has rescinded the burn ban
advisory for much of the state,
Okaloosa County has not
experienced the recent rains
and remains exceedingly dry.
Okaloosa County's Emergency
Management Department
encourages citizens to refrain
from lighting any open
fires during these drought
conditions except for those
that are authorized by the
Florida Division of Forestry.
The burn ban advisory will
remain in effect in Okaloosa
County until further notice.
For more information
contact Director of Public
Safety Dino Villani at 651-
7150.
MAIN STREET
INTERSECTIONS TO
CLOSE: Beginning July 1,
motorists can expect closed
intersections on Main Street
in the downtown area of
Crestview. These closings are
due to the placement of brick
pavers in the intersections.
The City of Crestview
apologizes for any
inconvenience this may cause,
however, it is necessary to
replace the damaged areas of
stenciled asphalt.
For more information
call Wayne Steele at the
Department of Public Services
at 682-6132.
BLACKMAN WATER
SYSTEM MEETING: A
Thursday, June 28, meeting
is planned at 7 p.m. for the
Blackman Community Water
System. You are welcome to
attend and be a part of your
community water system.
FATHER'S DAY SING: A
6 p.m. Southern gospel sing
is planned Saturday, June 16,
at Shoal River Baptist Church,
located at 1483 Richardson
Road in the Mossy Head
community (just off Highway
1087).
The Harrelson Family, The
Cains, Good News Quartet,
Called Out, Destination
Heaven and Mr. Smooth
Gospel will be performing.
Door prizes will be presented
to fathers, and hot dogs and
drinks will be available for
free. A love offering will be
taken up. For more information
call (850) 259-3165. Bring your
lawn chairs.
BAKER REUNION: The
1977 Baker School Class
Reunion is to be held Saturday,
June 30, at 7 p.m. at the Azteca
Restaurant in Crestview. The
buffet is $10 per person. Please
contact Cindy Steele Brunson
at 537-7600 or Brenda Jordan
Ball at 682-7070 to RSVP.
NOAH TO HOST PUP-A-
PALOOZA/REUNION: Pet
lovers should reserve June
30, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., to attend
NOAH's first annual PUP-
APALOOZA. This day of
all things doggy will be fun
for the whole family. There
will be contests, paw painting,
a microchip clinic, and agility
and obedience demonstrations
for four legged attendees. An
artist will be on hand to do
one-of-a-kind caricatures of
pets.
, A spacewalk, face painting,
door prizes and free hot dogs
and drinks will keep kids of all
ages happy.
A special invitation is
extended to families who
have adopted their dogs
from NOAH. Special reunion
contests will be held just for
them. As always, there will
be cats and dogs available for
adoption. Formoreinformation
call 683-0023 or e-mail info@
northokaloosahumanesociety.
org.
CHARITY PANCAKE
BREAKFAST: The Emerald
Coast Foundation and


Longhorn's Steak House
will host a charity pancake
breakfast on Saturday, June
16, at Longhorn Steak House
in Fort Walton Beach from 7 to
10 a.m. It is open to the public.


Tickets are $7 each, and all
proceeds raised from ticket
sales will go to area youth
organizations.
All tickets sold through
Bridgeway Center will benefit
the Free Zone Program in one
of the most poverty-stricken,
high crime areas of Crestview.
The program is designed
to promote prevention of
substance abuse and violence
in a drug-free, violence-free
recreational center atmosphere
for high-risk children ages 9 to
17.
To purchase tickets through
Bridgeway, contact Free Zone
Coordinator Robin Harris at
423-7103 or 376-3994, or e-mail
her at rharris@bridgeway.org.
TREATING TRAUMA:
"Seeking Safety: An Evidence-
Based Program to Treat Trauma
and Related Disorders" will be
offered through Bridgeway
Center on Friday, June 15
at the OWC/UWF campus
auditorium, located at 1170
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Building B, in Fort Walton
Beach. The presentation will
explore the general principles
of treating traumatized clients
in a variety of contexts.
Registration begins at 7:30
a.m., and the seminar will be
from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Cost
for the seminar is $65, and six
continuing education credits
will be offered. The workshop
is open to the public, and is
designed for professional and
support service personnel
working in the fields of
substance abuse, mental
health, medical health, public
health, and administration.
For further information or


advance registration, contact
Allison Velez at (850) 833-
9188, or via e-mail at avelez@
bridgeway.org.
DEMONSTRATION
LAB: After the dig is over,
after the crew has gone,
what do they do with all
the "stuff" they found? On
Saturday, June 23, from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m., the Emerald
Coast Archaeology Society
will sponsor a demonstration
lab for the public. Visit and
learn what happens with the
artifacts, how they are cleaned,
sorted and, most importantly,
analyzed.
Archaeologists will be
on hand to process artifacts
previously found on the site at
the Heritage Park and Cultural
Center(IndianTempleMound),
139 Miracle Strip Parkway,
downtown Fort Walton Beach.
For more information contact
Jean Lucas at (850) 897-3754.
FWBLIBRARYOFFERING
INTERNET CLASSES: The
Fort Walton Beach Library
is offering two one-hour
"Introduction to the Internet"
classes in June. Topics will
include learning the basic skills
needed to access the Internet,
and how the Internet works
and how to use it. Students
may attend one or both
classes. No prior knowledge
is required.
This free workshop will be
offered on Wednesday, June
13, and Wednesday, June 27,
from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the
Fort Walton Beach Library
Meeting Room. Please register
in advance by calling Jennifer
Kepple at 833-9590.
The library is located at


185 Miracle Strip Parkway, in
downtown Fort Walton Beach
at the corner of Eglin Parkway
and Highway 98. Parking is on
First Street to the North and
Ferry Road to the East.
TUTOR WORKSHOP:
Learn to Read of Northwest
Florida is holding a two-day
tutoring workshop on July 21
& 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Town and Country Plaza
Building to train volunteers to
help other adults learn to read
and write. Please call 432-4347
for registration information.
Space is limited.
0 DONORS NEEDED: The
American Red Cross is calling
upon all eligible blood donors,
especially those with types 0
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
particularlyinneed ofO donors,
both Type 0 positive and Type
0 negative. Because more
than half the blood ordered by
hospitals in our region is Type
0, the demand for that type
is growing. 0 Positive.blood
can be transfused into patients
with any positive blood type,
and 0 negative is "universal
donor" blood, meaning it can
be transfused into all patients
regardless of their blood types.
The Crestview blood
drive will be held June 21 at
Crestview Aerospace, Hangar
1, 5486 Fairchild Road (11 a.m.
- 4 p.m.)
Another blood drive will
be held Sunday, June 24 at the
First United Methodist Church
in Crestview from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m.
LAW LIBRARY BOARD
MEETING JUNE 14: Law
Library Chairman G. Robert
Barron has scheduled a
Law Library Board Meeting
Thursday, June 14 at 1:30 p.m.
This is a public meeting, and
will be held in the Chambers

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admission to Heritage Park.
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 858-
8216 for more information.
REPUBLICAN
WOMEN OF OKALOOSA
SCHOLARSHIP: A $1,000
scholarship has been
established by the Republican
Women of Okaloosa, Federated
through the Okaloosa-Walton
College Foundation to assist
a female high school graduate
to attend OWC in the 2007/08
academic year.
To be eligible a candidate
must meet the following
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have a history of volunteer
community service and/
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3.0 grade point average in
high school; be a registered
Republican. The deadline is
July 15.
Application forms are
available at www.rwof.org or
by contacting Carla Reinlie at
729-5357. For details, please
contact Cindy Frakes at 651-
9335 or cfrakes@gnt.net.

ONGOING
COMMUNITY FRIENDS:
A free outreach program for
Mental Health Consumers
meets every Tuesday and
Thursday, from 10:30 a.m.
noon at 1300 East James Lee
Blvd. Please contact Leigh
Ann at 683-0950 or Ron at 689-
3932 for more information.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: The lecturesbegin
at 10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Crestview Public Library
on the first Tuesday of each
month. Each month there will
be a different presentation on
many interesting topics.
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps tradi;tio:ral
handcrafts alive through the
popular and ongoing Heritage
Craft Series. Call 678-2615
to pre-register or for more
information. Pre-registration
is required for all classes.
C H I L D C A R E
ASSISTANCE: Financial
assistance for childcare is now
available through the Early
Learning Coalition of Okaloosa
and Walton Counties for
eligible low-income families
who need help paying for
child care. Call Child Care
Services at 833-9330 or 833-
9333 for information, income
eligibility and appointments.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time
and skills in North Okaloosa
YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer,
or would like additional
information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan
Goff at 682-8635.


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YMCA lessons
Swim lessons are underway and
will continue until the middle of
August. The YMCA is offering eight
different skill classes. Cost is $48 for
members and $72 for non-members.
Call (850) 689-8798 for details.

CAYA football and
cheerleading
The Crestview Area Youth
Association is looking for
participation with their football and
cheerleading programs.
Registration will be held on
Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon
beginning June 17 until August. Kids
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 for boys and girls ages
6-12.
The camp will be held the entire
month ofJune at theDavidsonMiddle
School practice fields behind the
tennis courts from 9 to 11 am. Sign
up and registration is $65 per player.
For details contact Coach Bonilla
at (850) 902 -3249 or by e-mall at
soccercoachmrb@yahoo.com.

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 forages 8-11.Ages 12
and up will be playing 18 holes and
ages 11 and under will play 9 holes.
For more details call (850) 862-
1616 or. visit the Web site at www.
bgcec.com.

Chaminade camp
On June 25-27 Kelvin Lee
will host an annual basketball
conditioning camp at the First
Assembly of God. The camp is for
grades 5-9 and sign-up deadline is
June 19.
Lee will teach basic to advanced
techniques of shooting, pass
dribbling, rebounding and defense to
further prepare players for middle and
high school. For more information
on the camp please contact Mr. "C"
or Jessica at (850) 682-6226.

Baker School physical
On June 21 at 6 p.m., Baker
School will have athletic -physicals
in the field house.

Safe boating class
A five-week safe boating course
will be conducted from June 25 to
July 23 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the
UWF Coombs Campus on Lovejoy
Road in Fort Walton Beach. Boat
ownership is not required.
Completion of the course satisfies
state license requirements for boaters
born after September 30, 1980, and
may entitle boat owners to discounts
on boat insurance. Registration is
available on-line through the UWF
Continuing Education site. The cost
of the course is $45. For details call
(850) 315-0686 or visit the Web site
www.fwsps.com.

Hole in One
On May 18,2007, Keith Peterson
of Moline, I11., made a 151-yard hole
in one with a pitching wedge on Hole
#4 at Foxwood Country Club.


H Left: Blain Pawlek pulls in a small channel catfish from the lake at Twin Hills Park.
Above (big): Coach Ernie Martin untangles a fishing line for one of the campers while
Blaine Pawlek starts to reel in another catch.
Above (small): The small channel catfish seemed to be a favorite catch by the kids.
By the look on its face it was delighted as well.





CASTING OFF A GOOD TIME


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It was a beautiful
morning as sounds of
castfing "reels and giggling
voices filled the Twin Hills
Park lakeside.
More than 10 kids and a
handful of parents sat along
side the man-made lake and
fished from morning until
noon.
Every two to three
minutes, small channel
catfish were pulled right
out of the water.
Over and over each of
the kids watched as their
corked was pulled under
and their line started to
tighten.
"It's real exciting and fun
watching the young ones
come out here and fish,"
said Ernie Martin.
Martin, coach of the
Crestview High School


track and field team, led a
new fishing camp along side
Chuck Powell' this week.
The camp lasted from
Tuesday and went on to
Friday with Bass Pro Shop
visiting the kids to do a
fishing rodeo.
"This is something the
whole family can get into
and enjoy. Fishing is a lot of
patience, but the way this
lake is filled up we haven't
had any problem catching
fish." Martin said.
Children who attended
brought their own fishing
pole. Bait was provided by
the camp, which consisted
of minnows, crickets and
earthworms.
The local community
is clearly pro-fishing and
so camps, such as this on,
appear to have a bright
future.
"I really hope people
catch on with this program


idea. We got city fishing
clubs but not something for
'the kids, and the kids grow
up to be us. They need the
experience and to have
fun," Martin said.
The lake is filled with
a variety of wildlife from
ducks and turtles to small
channel catfish, blue gill,
grass carp and bull brim.
Martin, who usually
shows up an hour before
camp to get the bait and
set the stage, makes
preparations possible .for
the kids.
Ages 5-12 fill up the
roster of kids who attend
the camp.
Boys and girls come
out to reel in a big one as
Martin and a handful of'
other parents supervise and
keep things safe.
"The kids have a lot
of fun out here. We relax,
have a laugh here and there


and sometimes even cook
some food," said Robin
Ketchum.
The camp teaches kids
different techniques from
basic to advanced on how
to cast out, reel in, catch
and release the fish.
"We teach the kids by
setting the example. They
learn by doing. There are
no stations or printouts. It's
just the kids, the fish and
us. We get right into the
action and it works every
time," said Martin.
Numerous kids
expressed their enthusiasm
for fishing.
"I hate it when turtles eat
my bait. Then I have to get
my mom or Mr. Martin to
bait my line over and over,"
said Victoria Ketchum.
"The wormq are my
favorite part and when my
momma squirms to hook
them."


Is this something that
will be done again next 'year
or even again this summer?
"Hey, if the kids and
parents want me to do it
and teach them even more
about fishing,jhen b.y all
means I'm in. I think this
is a good idea for kids that
like to fish. It gets them
out of watching television
and into holding a fishing
pole," Martin said.
Martin plans on having
another camp next week and
also next year, if attendance
keeps up.
The camp is held at Twin
Hills Park along side the
lake on east U.S. Highway
90.
For information about
the camp and how you and
your child can get involved,
contact Ernie Martin at
(850) 758-6473 or
Chuck Powell at
(850) 682-4715.


Why our sports community is one of the best


IBOX
by Robert Young


For the past month I've
worked at this newspaper
there have been many
sporting events.
Unlike the regular
small community where
everything is tiny and not
taken seriously, Crestview
is the complete opposite.
The pride and loyalty
to our sports is something


that I haven't experienced
before.
We have numerous
students and players
getting drafted by Division
I schools and players even
getting drafted in the MLB.
This isn't something
one would expect from a
community like Crestview,
Baker or Laurel Hill.
The Northwest Florida
panhandle that we reside
in is sometimes referred to
as "southern Alabama" and
our existence is only noticed
if we mention Pensacola or
Panama City.
But the biggest schools
and organizations in the
nation are scouting our
football, baseball and
basketball programs.
The fan base is
enormous for every single


sport that is in action and
the atmosphere is one of
integrity and dedication.
North Okaloosa
residents watch baseball
and football because they
love the game.
The game is what pushes
the viewers, parents and
fellow players to want
more of it and cheer their
team on.
School facilities are kept
in good shape with top of
the' line equipment so that
each player and coach is
never held back by a lack
of resources.
I think the big
difference between us and
another small town is the
involvement by the parents
and the coaching staff.
Their determination to
be a better team results in


creating a better program.
Our community is filled
with football and baseball
veterans that know exactly
what they're talking about.
How many sports
can you think of that a
small community can be
successful in?
You probably thought
of about a handful. Did
you think of everything
though?
We have baseball,
football, basketball,
softball, volleyball, track
and' field, soccer, tennis,
cross-country, wrestling,
weightlifting, swimming,
bowling leagues, fishing
clubs and even a horseshoe
league.
Crestview is sports.
Our players, coaching
staff and parents showcase


the quality of our
programs not by our titles,
championships or awards,
but by their attendance.
There is not one sporting
event in Crestview, Baker
and Laurel Hill that you
don't count the spectators
in the triple digits.
Every family member
will come to the game if a
son or daughter is playing
on the field or on the
court.
When someone is signed
or is thinking of signing to a
college or organization, the
entire community knows
about it.
It goes to show you that
big things happen even in
small places, and I'm proud
to cover the vast sporting
world that the community
has provided.


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Michigan Int'l SpeedwayA KAH D
Track length: 1 miles r
Banking In turns: 18 degrees ,-� What: Citizens Bank 400
Frontstretch: 3,600 feet * When: 12:30 p.m. ET Sunday
Backstretch: 2,242 feet * Where: Michigan International
Year completed: 1968 Speedway
Seating capacity: 137,243 � TV: TNT


G;oir

Busch drivers, track
owners enjoy benefits
of stand-alone races

By RICK MINTER
Cox News Service
Summertime in NASCAR brings a
change in the schedule that sepa-
rates the Nextel Cup and Busch
Series, sending teams to venues in differ-
ent locales.
Last weekend, the circuits parted ways,
with the Cup series racing at Pocono and
the Busch at Nashville Superspeedway It
will continue like this for the next two
weeks.
Much like the races in which Cup and
Busch run companion events, the stand-
alone Busch races also have a number of
participants who are full-time Cup driv-
ers. That means they must jet back and
forth between tracks. Often they cut it
precariously close.
Last week at Nashville. race %w inner
Carl Edwards and the en tourage from h is
Roush-Fenway race team literally had to
sprint to the qualify ing grid. Had
Edwards not made it to the line in time.
stand-in driver Mart McCall would have
had to qualify the can and Edwards would
have had to start in the rear.
"We made it with a minute and 45 sec-
onds to spare," team owner Jack Roush
said, adding that his new jet made all the
difference. "We wouldn't have made it
with the other plane."
Other than the travel logistics, the posi-
tives about separate Busch races outweigh
the negatives.
"The stand-alone races really help the
Busch Series continue to build its own
identity" saidBusch Series director Joe
Balash. "It allows us to come out and get
closer to the fans, get closer to a market-
place and tell our story about what Busch
racing is all about. It allows us to come in
and have a weekend where we're the mar-
quee event on the billboard."
It also allows hosting tracks to give
their sponsors more bang for the buck.
"It's a tremendous advantage for our


UP AND COMING


solo


race sponsors, Federated Auto Parts and
Pepsi, because they can come in and be
front and center, but not have to share the
attention with the other series," said
Nashville Superspeedwav President Cliff
Hawks. "They can be part of our
media buy for a month lead ing up to
the race. That doesn't happen for a
Busch sponsor at a companion
race."
And the Busch stand-alone races
allow unknown drivers a chance to
wheel competitive cars that other-
wise would be assigned to a full-time
Cup driver. Brandon Miller tuned
Clint Bowyer's car at Nashville,
while Auggie Vidov ich pre.
pared David Ragan's Ford
*"LUp-and-comers get to
drive these cars. some- :
times in the practice
sessions and some-
times in the race it.
self." Balash said.
"You'll see a lot of ,jco
new faces getting to
show what their talJ-
ents are
And that allows
the Busch Series to
be something other
than the "Cup Lite"
that it becomes at coim.
pan ion events
"'We've got a unique mL\ of
people here [at Nashville]. from
rookies to a Jason Kelleri i ho has
over 4-00 Busch starts." Balash
said.
Whtle some in the Busch Series
would like to see more stand-alone
events. Balash said the schedule
isn't likely to change signilfica-ntly
But the upcomnin race in Montreal
is a sign that the series could see
some new venues at some point
"We've been lucky enough to be
the international expansion of
NASCAR because we have more flex-
ibility in our schedule." Balash said
"Our schedule ailo%% s u . to do those
types of things because we don't race
as many times as the Nextel Cup
Series." .


Carl Edwards plays
a few licks on his
Gibson guitar
trophy after winning
last week's Busch
Series race at
Nashville
Superspeedway.
Edwards is leading
the points race in
Busch while
also
competing
in the
Nextel Cup
Series.


A look at young drivers on the sport's horizon


Ginn Racing driver shows diversity program paying off


There have been some doubts
expressed in some circles about
whether NASCAR's Drive for
Diversity program could pro-
duce concrete results.
Jesus Hernandez and several
other drivers are rapidly erasing
them.
Hernandez got his start in rac-
ing behind the wheel of a home-
made go-kart running in a park- HERN
ing lot in Fresno, Calif. Today he drives
for Ginn Racing, the same team that fields
Nextel Cup cars for Mark Martin, Sterling
Marlin, Joe Nemechek and Regan Smith..
And while Hernandez has yet to make
it to one of NASCAR's three elite divi-
sions, his eventual advancement seems
certain.
Among those who have been impressed
with Hernandez's progress as a race driv-
er is veteran Craftsman Truck Series
driver Andy Houston, who has been work-
ing with and helping coach Hernandez in
several events this season.
"I think he's going to be really good,"
Houston said, adding that he and
Hernandez hit it off immediately


Hernandez agreed.
"Andy he's been very help-
ful," he said. '"A lot of it was the
way he was able to explain
things to me. Being a driver, he
was able to relate things to me
that were real helpful."
Even though they come from
different worlds - Hernandez's
N E family is from Mexico and he
MNDEZ grew up in California; Houston
is from a longtime racing family in North
Carolina - the two do have something
special in common. Both have visited
Victory Lane at historic Hickory Motor
Speedway in North Carolina.
Houston's family has been a fixture
there for decades. Hernandez drove there
for the first time in a tryout held by Joe
Gibbs Racing, but he came back last year
and won a feature event.
"Hearing of some of the people that
had raced there and how rich it was in
racing heritage, it was awesome just to be
a part of it, let alone come back and win
at that track," he said.
This season, Hernandez is set to run a
mixed schedule that includes Grand


National, ARCA and Craftsman Truck
Series races. He mostly has run Grand
National races and is impressed with the
NASCAR-sanctioned short-track series.
"The caliber of drivers involved in the
series - especially when the East and
West series run combined events - is
awesome," he said. "And you get a lot of
exposure and TV time. There's a lot of po-
tential there."
He finished sixth last week at Stafford
Motor Speedway in Stafford Springs,
Conn., and is now eighth in the Busch
East Series, Grand National Division.
He expects to make his first Craftsman
Truck Series start later this season, but
he and his managers at Ginn are trying to
be careful not to push him along before
he's ready to move up.
"I don't think there is a timeline," he
said. "Whatever division I'm in, I try to
make the most of it and learn as much as
possible and let the results speak for
themselves as for when I'm ready to move
up.
"I've been blessed enough that Ginn has
given me that opportunity"
- Rick Minter, Cox News Service


Rick Minter's

OBSERVATIONS

Some key story lines as the Cup Series heads to Michigan.
A rain dance
The stars must be aligned just right for Jeff Gordon. Even
amid difficult circumstances, he's able to come away with a
winner's trophy
His latest unlikely triumph came at Pocono Raceway on
Sunday when rain halted the race just as he was about to be
passed for the lead by Ryan Newman. At Darlington, a steam-
ing, overheating engine kept working long enough for him to
win. At Phoenix, what appeared to be an untimely pit stop led
instead to a victory and at Talladega, he took the lead just as
a race-ending caution flag flew.
His latest victory, the 79th of his career, continued a sea-
son-long dominance of Nextel Cup . ,..... .
racing by his Hendrick Motorsports - ,
team and Chevrolet. Hendrick has
won nine of the 14 Cup races, with
other Chevy drivers taking all but ..
one-- Mlatt Kenseth's victory in a Ofl :
Ford at California Speedway
Gordon carries a 242-point lead
over Kenseth into this weekend's
race at Michigan International ,1' Dh,0 a .ft
Speedway . . ,


Martin hanging around 1,944;behnid -305
Most drivers in the Nextel Cup 5. Je ffurfobn--'-
Series are trying to position them- " 1,828; behind: -421
selves in the top 12 in points, the cut- 6. Tony Stewart
off for making the Chase for the 1,733U behind: -516
Nextel Cup. Mark Martin can't seem 7. Carl Edwards
to get out of the elite group. 1,.710; behind: -539
He announced before the season 8. Clint Bowyer
started that he planned to run a lim- 1,659; behind: -590
ited schedule. He got out of his No. 9. Kevin Harvick
01 Chevrolet after the fourth race of 1,648; behind: -601
the season as the points leader. 10. Kyle Busch
Now, despite skipping three races, 1,613; behind:'-636
he finds himself in the top 12 and an- 11 Martin Truex Jr.
swering questions about whether 1,597; behind: -652
he'd add races and try again to win 12. Mark Martin
his first Cup title. 1,586; behind: -663
He told reporters at Pocono that
won't happen.
"Nah, I'm good. I'm set," he said. "I don't even want to [race
for the title]. So if I was leading, like I was when I missed my
first race, I still wouldn't. I don't want to."
Watching the weather
Carl Edwards is cruising along in the Busch Series points
race, leading runner-up Kevin Harvick by a whopping 662
points after his fourth victory of the season, which came last
Saturday at Nashville Superspeedway But he's not taking
anything for granted. . ..,,, ,,,
Chief among his concerns is the weather, which could
.,cause him to miss one or more Busch races. It happened in
2005, when he had to skip a race at Nashville because it was
rained out on a Saturday night and he had to honor his first
obligation to his Cup team by racing at Pocono that Sunday
the same day the rescheduled Busch race was run.
And of course, mechanical problems also could take big
chunks out of his lead.
"I'm definitely enjoying [the points lead], and I'm proud of
my team and my guys, but at the same time,-the dumbest
thing we could do is relax," Edwards said. "This is a tough
sport. We've got three or four races coming up that weather
could be a problem. You could have any number of problems.
Break a couple of parts in row and have some weather, and
all of a sudden, we don't have that lead. I'm not counting on
anything yet."
Dumb move at Dover
Kurt Busch is trying hard to put an em-
barrassing incident at Dover behind him.
Busch, angered by an on-track incident
with Tony Stewart, pulled beside
Stewart's car on pit road to express his
displeasure, but nearly hit Stewart's crew
member, Jason Lee. Busch was parked for
the rest of the Dover race, then fined -
$100,000 and 100 points by NASCAR. After
being ninth in points entering Dover, he's BUSCH
16th headed to Michigan.
Busch sounded apologetic to Stewart's team - but not nec-
essarily to Stewart - in his remarks to reporters at Pocono
last week.
S"I regret my actions on Monday during the race," he said.
"I reached out for Jason Lee, the crew member on Joe Gibbs'
team, and left him a message to clear some of .the air on
things, to let him know that it was not my intention at all to
put him in danger. What the beef is is between me and Tony
out on the track."
He said he respects Stewart's skills behind the wheel but
added, "It's almost like he's our NASCAR version of Rosie
O'Donnell right now."


CATCHING UP WITH...


MIKE BLISS


Veteran driver Mike Bliss has run
a varied schedule this season in all
three of NASCAR's major divisions.
He has experienced mostly disap-
pointment on the Nextel Cup circuit.
Driving the No. 49 Dodge for car
owner Beth Ann Morgenthau, he
only has made the starting field four
times in 14 tries. His best finish was
17th at Bristol. He has done much
better in the Busch Series, where he
has had three top-10 finishes in nine
starts, and in the Craftsman Truck
Series, where he has a fifth- and a
sixth-place finish in six starts.
He has one victory in Busch, 13 in
Trucks but none in Cup. Bliss recent-
ly met with reporters, including Rick
Minter of Cox News Service, to dis-
cuss the highs and lows of his career.
On his schedule for the next few
weeks: "I never know. It just kind of
keeps on going, and that's fine with
me. I know I'm doing Kentucky [in
Busch]. I know I'm doing Indy"
On flying in and driving a car
that another driver set up, as he
did in the Busch race at Nashville


last week: "I'd rather be here for the
whole thing. I'd rather be practicing
and knowing what I have before the
race starts."
On the changes in the Busch
Series over the past few years and
any possible changes in the fu-
ture: "I hope there's no more
changes. I hope they leave these cars
alone. It's so different now because
there's not a regular group of drivers
that run in this series. It's not really
the Busch Series. It's more of a feed-
er series or try-out series. You never
know who's in what car; you have to
ask. There are no regulars anymore,
and that kind of hurts the series.
These [fans] must want to see Cup
guys, I guess."
On his Cup racing this season:
"It's been pretty bad. We're strug-
gling real hard. We're not racing.
We've got to do something different.
We keep trying to think that we're
going to get better, but it's very tough
over there. The [Car of Tomorrow]
has us kicked in the tail. You work
hard on that and give up on your


other car, and that shows when you
go to the racetrack and miss those
races."
On whether the COT helps
smaller teams: "No, not at all.
They're a lot harder. There are so
many rules [for the COT]. Once we
learn them, they might be better, but
right now, we don't know what to
do with them."
On the frustration that
comes with not being able to
race competitively in the
Nextel Cup Series: "I don't get
my jollies by making the race in
the Cup car. It's a lot of
money but I'd rather race
in Busch for a cou-
ple of thousand dol-
lars than to be doing
what I'm doing in
Cup."


On how he
deals with the
frustrations on
the Cup side:
"Coming to the
Busch or Truck
series and driving
competitive cars
helps out a lot.
That's the best
therapy"


On whether being in Cup helps
get rides in other series: "I don't
know if it helps or hurts. You won-
der if it would be better to go ahead
and do something full time and give
up the other two deals. Maybe next
year."
On what he'd tell someone to ex-
pect if he or she could ride
with him in a race: "It de-
pends on how you're run-
n ing. You could be in there
and feel.the frustration in
the car, or you could feel that
energy that you're going for-
wvard. When you're going for-
ward and passing cars,
the energy builds
up. When you're
going backward,
the frustration
kicks in, but
you've got to
keep your
head. Some
guys you
would ride
with and see
a lot of pa-
tience. Some
guys you'd
see run out
6f patience."
NASCAR


NUMERICALLY
SPEAKING

Victories at-Michigan .
International Speedway by
David Pearson, tops among
all Cup drivers.


7

Victories at
Michigan by
Bill Elliott
(left), tops
among all
active
drivers.
NASCAR

Consecutive Busch Series
victories at Nashville
Superspeedway by Carl
Edwards following last
week's Federated Auto
Parts 300.

Multiple winners of
Busch races at
Kentucky Speedway.










WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2007


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Frau Ludwig was my
first Eurailing companion.
A jovial German matron,
she generously shared
apples with the two giggly
Danish girls who shared our
Compartment and me.
- Frau Ludwig was from
Hamburg. Other than
that, I knew nothing about
her. And yet I will always
remember her, as I do-
isually fondly- most of my
compartment mates.
Sharing with Europeans
their primary form of
transportationisanincredible
opportunity to expand your
cultural horizons through
their personal insights and
advice about the places you
Want to visit.
Europe's rail network
is astoundingly efficient
and comprehensive. From
kachen to Zurich, with a
failpass you can explore the
grandest cities and the most
diarming villages.

Eurail passes
After your plane tickets,
your railpass will probably
be the biggest expense of
yOur independent trip to
Europe. Visit Rail Europe's
informative Web site, www.
raileurope.com, to learn
about the more than 50
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CROSSNGS All aboard! with Eurail
Brian Hughes


options available.
Here are some things to
keep in mind when choosing
a railpass:
* The unlimited-use
Eurail Global Pass ($1,088
for one month) will tempt
you to try to go everywhere
and see everything in the
18 participating countries.
However, your vacation will
be a blur of scenery rushing
passed train windows,
a dash through the local
cathedral or Roman ruins,
then back to the station for
the next train.
* The Eurail Select
Pass ($747 for any ten
days in two months in
five contiguous countries)
instead encourages you to
focus your experience on a
smaller area.
* A Saver Pass ($634
per person for the same
Select Pass), for two to five
traveling companions, is an
even better deal.
* Regional passes or
passes for an individual
country or pair of countries
are even cheaper.
* Railpasses must be
purchased in the United
States and are not available
in Europe.
* Your pass must be
validated at the station
before you use it. If the
conductor validates it on
board your first train, the fee


can exceed $50

Travelin by Erail
European train travel has
been romanticized mn film-
such as Mmde"car in thc Oncat
Express and F,om P Rni-si \'tli
Love. There are double-deder
regionals, meandering local-s.
special excursion train-
comfortableo\vernighter-..and
the world'- most advanced
high-speed e\presses.
* A typical pa-ssenger rail
car-called a ' -agon '-is
divided into st\-person
compartments-. A -ide
corridor run- the length ot
the wagon. Some da\ trains
and locals ha\e -eats in ro\\-s
like our commuter train,.
* Restroom- atme a\ ailable
at either or both ends,.
* Reservations are
required-even for pass
holders-for berths on
overnight trains and seats
on high-speed expresses
including the German
InterCityExpress (ICE),
Swedish X-2000, or French
TGV. (The newest generation
TGV set a world train speed
record in April when it hit 500
km/h, or 357 mph.)
* Your reservation ticket
will show the train number,
wagon number and your
compartment and seat
numbers, easily guiding you
to your seat.
* If you have no


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Beneath the station's high, sky-lit station roof, the excitement of great trains coming
and going is contagious, inviting you aboard and off to adventure.


reservation, check the placard
next to the door of the wagon
you choose to make sure it's
going where you want to go.
Longer trains often split up en
route and the segments head
in different directions.
* If lines at the 'station
reservations windows are
long, look outside for a travel
agency. They book the same
rail tickets at no extra charge.
* Many trains have a
restaurant wagon offering
a full-service meal or self-
service bistros. Though many
travelers pack food and eat at


their seats, indulge in at least
one onboard meal for the
experience.
* Stowyour baggage inthe
racks over your seat. Checked
luggage service is available
for cumbersome belongings
such as a bike or skis.
* Major train stations
are usually grand, ornate
buildings evocative of -the
golden age of rail travel.
Inside you'll find shops,
restaurants, newsstands,
travel information, luggage
lockers and/or a left-
luggage service, restrooms


(sometimes with showers)
and connections to local bus,
tram and commuter rail lines.
Reservations services may
have separate domestic and
international windows.

Next time: eating on a budget
in Europe. Do you know when
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Visit our Web site for more
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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2007


Crestview real estate agent arrested

for mortgage broker fraud


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


CRESTVIEW - The
owner of Emerald Coast
Mortgage was arrested
last week on the charge of
mortgage broker fraud and
prohibited practices.
Jennifer Ann Haggard,
47, of 105 Eagle Dr.,
Crestview, was accused of
fabricating a broker contract
between her agency and
former clients Vincent and
Jennifer Bucci.
The Buccis had
contacted Haggard in late
March about purchasing a
home in Crestview. Upon
befriending the sellers of
the house on Kipling Drive,
"they talked to Jennifer
Haggard and were set
to close earlier than they
had previously agreed,"
according to the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office
arrest report.
The report said that
Haggard "gave the Buccis
the impression that their
loan was secure. ... When
the closing date got closer,
they learned that (Haggard)
had not secured their loan.
The Buccis then decided to
use a different mortgage


broker."
When the Buccis
completed the loan process
with another broker, Peggy
Day with AAA Mortgage
of Northwest Florida
in Crestview, Haggard
allegedly faxed a broker
contract to Trump Title,
"thus causing problems
with the closing," the report
stated.
"After further inspection
of the contract, there
was reason to believe the
document was fabricated,"
the report continued. "It
appears that the signature
and date on page 1 ...
(were) pasted/ copied from
page 7."
According to the
report, when the Buccis
asked to see the original
contract, "Haggard stated
she couldn't provide
the original." Due to the
confusion over which
broker had actually secured
the family's loan, the Buccis
were required to place
$2,500 in escrow until the
matter was cleared up.
They reported the matter
to the state Department
of Finance, "and their
investigation revealed
that Jennifer Haggard had


no claim/rights to the
money," the sheriff's report
continued. "A subsequent
interview with Jennifer
Haggard revealed that she
knew the document was
fabricated."
When Investigator
Mike Irwin of the Sheriff's
Office asked Haggard
who faked the contract,
"Jennifer stated someone
possibly entered her office
and altered the document,
and couldn't provide any
further information."
A call to Haggard's
office for comment was
not returned. Her court
appearance against the
felony charges has been set
for July 3 at the Crestview
Courthouse.
I . .. . -1


Jennifer Ann Haggard


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2007 LOCAL Crestview News Bulletin I 5B


Water Management to open new office on Hospital Drive


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW
Crestview's convenient
location in Northwest Florida
,has attracted a new office for
the Northwest Florida Water


Management District.
The state agency's new
8,000-square-foot regulatory
office is planned to open at
800 Hospital Dr. toward the
end of the summer.
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Wright indicated that the
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In addition to local
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Hall, the agency is also


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out and we can get the staff
hired and on board," Wright
said.
In addition to bringing
more state payroll money
to the northern end of the
county, the Northwest
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District's new office will be
locally advantageous when
differences arise between the
northern and southern ends of
the county over water use.
"We do work with those
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Donations will be accepted
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who wish to contribute
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to the OWC Foundation noting
on the memo line "AmeriCorps
Disaster Kit Project."
The disaster preparedness
team was formed in January
of 2007 to assist and educate
elderly, disabled, and non-
English speaking citizens on
how. to prepare for emergency
situations and respond to
disaster needs in the Gulf
States. Current north Okaloosa
team members are Sherry
Brown of Paxton and Dana
Maloy of Crestview.
For more information
contact Rebecca Russell at
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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.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST Copies of all court
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN documents in this
AND FOR case, including
OKALOOSA orders, are available
COUNTY, FLORIDA at the Clerk of the
CASE NO.: Circuit Court's office.
07DR2442-C You may review
DIVISION these documents
upon request.
JENNIFER LYNNE
ROBERTS, You must keep the
Petitioner Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
and of your current
address. (You may
WESLEY MICHAEL file Notice of Current
ROBERTS, Address, Florida
Respondent, Supreme Court
Approved Family
NOTICE OF ACTION Law Form 12.915)
FOR DISSOLUTION Future papers in this
OF MARRIAGE lawsuit will be
mailed to the
TO: WESLEY Ml- address on record at
CHAEL ROBERTS the clerk's office.


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Legal# 100092 mratic disclosure of docu- at the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE TO notice must file their
ments and information. Court's office. You may CREDITORS claims with this Court
IN THE CIRCUIT Failure to comply can re- review these documents WITHIN THE LATER OF
COURT OF THE FIRST sut sanctions, including upon request. THE ADMINISTRA- THREE MONTHS AFTER
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, dismissal or striking o You must keep the Clerk TION of the estate of THE DATE OF THE FIRST
IN AND FOR leading of the Circuit Court's of- SIDNEY L. DAVIS, de- PUBLICATION OF THIS
OKALOOSA Bated: ay 16, 2007 fice notified of your cur- ceased, whose date of NOTICE OR THIRTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA rent address. (You may death was October 6 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
CASE NO.: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT file Notice of Current Ad- 2006; is pending in the OF SERVICE OF A COPY
07-DR-1932-S COURT dress, Florida Family Law Circuit Court of Okaloosa OF THIS NOTICE ON
DIVISION Form 12.915.) Future County, Florida, Probate THEM.
BY: Tiffany Gardner papers in thi lawsuit will Division: File Number CellPhones
SUZANNE MARIE Deputy Cferk be mailed to the address 2007-CP-000500, the All other creditors of the For Soldiers
BROWNELL, 5/23/2007 on record at the Clerk's address of which is Clerk decedent and persons
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and
PHIL
BRO
Resp


IP STEWART
WELL,
pondent.


NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Philip Stewart
Brownell
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
118 50th St. SW
Cape Coral, FL 33914
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 Su-
zanne Marie Brownell,
whose address .is 109
Cotillion Lane, North Fort
Myers, FL 33903 on or
before June 25, 2007
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
Okaloosa County Court-
house Annex, Shalimar,
FL 32579, before service
on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing 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 of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Family Law,r
Form 12.915.) future
papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the Clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule
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Law Rules of Procedure,
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all Terry 902-3928

Outdoor Contracting.
All around the house
pressure washing, lawn
maintenance handy m
an jobs. Call for free esti-
mates 850-398-1169
Lisc#




EVERGREEN
LAWN CARE
Residential/ Commer-
cial Free Estimates. Call
Mike at 689-3079

Lundys Landscaping
Sod, Dirt work, fill dirt,
site work. Full service
company. Ins, Free est.
850-758-6519 or
850-682-4279


6/13/2007

Legal# 100093


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


WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
re uires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult sanctions, including
dismissal or striking oT
B leading.
ated: av 14. 2007


Division, Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Suite 210, Crest-
view, Florida 32536.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.


mands against the
decedents estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED


COUNTY, FLORIDA ' All creditors of the dece- WILL BE FOREVER
CASE NO.: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT dent and other persons BARRED.
07-DR-1887-S COURT having claims or de- "
DIVISION: mands against The date of the first publi-
BY: Tiffany Gardner decedent s estate, on cation of this Notice is
OSCAR VALLECILLA, Deputy Cerk whom a copy of this no- June 13, 2007
Petitioner, 5/23/2007 tice is required to be
5/30/2007 served must file their Attorney for Personal
and 6/6/2007 claims with this-court Representative:
6/13/2007 WITHIN THE LATER AARON B. WENTZ
MARIA LUZ OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 814 A Shadow Lane
RODRIGUEZ, Legal# 100104 THE TIME OF THE Fort Walton Beach, FL
Respondent. NOTICE OF FIRST PUBLICATION. 32547
NOTICE OF SALE OF THIS NOTICE OR Telephone:
NOTICE OF ACTION 30 DAYS AFTER THE (850)863-8006
FOR DISSOLUTION In accordance with Flor- DATE OF SERVICE OF Florida Bar No:
OF MARRIAGE ida Statutes, Dansher A COPY OF THIS NO- 0065810
Mini Warehouse, located TICE ON THEM.
TO: Maria Luz at 1110 N. Ferdon Blvd Personal Representative:
Rodriguez in Crestview, Florida will All other creditors of the THEODORE A. BRAN-
offer for sale to the high- decedent and other per- NEN
Respondent's Last est bidder the household sons who have claims or 75 Senoia Springs Court
Known Address: and other goods stored demands against the Senoia, GA 30276
10715 SW 55th Ter. in the below listed units decedent's estate, must
Miami, FL, 33165 of Dansher Mini Ware- file their claims with this 6/13/07
houses. Said goods are court WITHIN 3 6/20/07
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that to be sold to recover the MONTHS AFTER THEgal# 110
an action has been filed rents not paid by the ten- DATE OF THE FIRSTlea101
against you and that you ant. PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF PROPOSED
are required to serve a THIS NOTICE. O RO
copy of your written de- Unit# A-5 Debra Baker THIS NOTICE. ENACTMENT OF AN
fenses, if any, to it on Os- 203 Brittany Lane ALL CLAIMS NOT ORDINANCE
car Vallecilla whose ad- CrestviewFLFI, 32536 FILED WITHIN THE NOTICE C HEREBY
dress is 2719 De Soto TIME PERIODS SET TEIS HEREBYAT
Drive, Miramar, FL Unit# B-12 Jeannette Barr FORTH IN SECTION GVEN THAT2N
33023 on or before 4097 Coronado Circle 733 702 OF THE Monday, June 25, 2007
June 25, 2007 and file Crestview, FL, 32539 FLORIDA PROBATE t 6:00 M., at a Regu-
the original with the clerk rCODE WILL BE FOR- r Council meeting in the
of this Court at Okaloosa Unit#A-32 Jeannette Barr EVER BARREDCouncil Chamber at City
County Courthouse An- 4097 Coronado Circle E A " Hall, 198 North Wilson
nex, Shalimar, FL 32579, Crestview, FL, 32539 NOTWITHSTANDING idt tCre lv ew, Foi r
before service on Peti- THE TIME PERIODS da, the C City Council of
tioner or immediately Unit# B-45 Mary Bundy SET FORTH ABOVE, i tyof Cresview pro-
thereafter. If you fail to PO Box 803531 ANY CLAIM FILED oses to d t rlis-
do so, a default may be Baker, FL, 32531 TWO (2) YEARS'OR nance #36 which is
entered against you for MORE AFTER THE set forth by title as fol-
the relief demanded in Unit# C-9 Eric Lewis DECEDENT'S DATE OF lows:
the petition. 6901 Lee Cook Road DEATH IS BARRED. ORDINANCE NO.
Copies of all court docu- Baker, Fl, 32531 ORDINANCE NO.
ments in this case, includ- The date of the first publi- 1361
ing orders, are available Unit# 05-05 Alfred May cation of this Notice is M nniM
...n-....n..riv Juine 6 -i 2E ANCORDINOANFCEOF


3u0 Lynn urive
Sikeston, MO, 63801
Unit# A-16
Pam Thomasson
1219 Valley Road
Crestview, Fl, 32539

The sale shall take place
22nd June 2007 at
9:00 am, in the Dansher
Mini Warehouses
parking lot.
6/6/07
6/13/07
Legal# 100105
NOTICE OF SALE


McMillin's Lawn Serv
Responsible Lawn Service In accordance
from a Dependable Team ida Statutes,
Mow & clean yard, weed Storage, Inc I
eat, edge & blow debris. 5180 S. Ferc
Free Est. Licensed. Call Crestview, FI,
Bobby or Tim for sale to th
682-3654 bidder the house
other goods sto
Top of The Line LLC below listed u
A Tull service lawn main- goods are to
tenance company, corn- recoverthe rent
mercial & residential, or by the tenants.
a free estimate call Chris
Green at 685-9697 Advance Storag
Unit B92
Robert Brown-Gi
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE Unit D8
Mowing, Trimming, Violet Huggans
Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed Unit C42
and insured.'537-4419 Mizak Services
Refrences Available The se shall I
The sale shall


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




Backhoe & front end
loader work.
Spread gravel,dirt, dig or
leveling. Hourly rates.
850-8 0-7747





D.B. Tree Trimming
Professional & ReliabJe
Tree Trimming, & Tree
Removal. Call Daniel
Barrow at 398-1092

SHEETS TREE SERVICE
ExperiencedTree trimm-
ing and removal, stump
removal, 50ft bucket
truck and brush chipper.
Free estimates. Licensed
& Insured 689-3429 or
398-3347, 758-8619


with Flor-
Advance
located at
Ion Blvd.
will offer
e hi hest
ehold and
*red in the
nits. Said
be sold to
s not paid

el
griffin


take place
')Ar7 �,


9:00 a.m. at Advance
Storage.
6/6/2007
6/13/2007

Legal# 100106
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
07-CP-000500
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: The Estate of
SIDNEY L DAVIS
Deceased.







HOME!
ESTORATION,
* KITCHEN & BATH
* WINDOWS & DOORS
FANS & LIGHTING
* TILE DRYWALL
WOOD-ROT
* TRIM MOULDING
* DECKS C ROOF REPAIR


June 6 2007. THE CITY OF CREST-
THERESA B. DAVIS VIEW, FLORIDA,
THERESA B. DAVIS AMENDING SECTION
Personal Representative 90-139 BILLING OF
374 W. 1 st Avenue, ARTICLE IV RATES
CresviewFL 32536 CHARGES AND BILL-
ING OF CHAPTER 90
C. THOMAS UTILITIES OF THE
HOLLAND CODE OF ORDI-
Attorney for Personal NANCES OF THE CITY
Representative OF CRESTVIEW,
596 North Ferdon Boule- FLORIDA; PROVID-
yard FOR AUTHOR-
Crestview FL 32536 ING PROVIDING FOR
(850) 682-621 1/Fax ITY; PROVIDING FOR
850 6211Fax REDUCTION FROM
682-6822 TWENTY PERCENT TO
FL BAR NO. 147404 TEN PERCENT IN THE
6/6/2007 ADDITIONAL
6/1/20077 AMOUNT THAT
6/13/2007 MUST BE PAID ON A
UTILITY BILL IF PAY-
MENT OF THE BILL IS
LATE; PROVIDING
Legal# 100109 FOR REPEAL OF
CONFLICTING ORDI-
IN THE CIRCUIT NANCES TO THE EX-
COURT OF THE FIRST TENT OF SUCH CON-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FLICT; PROVIDING
AND FOR FOR SEVERABILITY
OKALOOSA AND PROVIDING
COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR AN EFFECTIVE
PROBATE DIVISION DATE.
C1 II IumSLDEK


FILE NUMBER:
2007-CP-000656
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT EARL BRAN-
NEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of ROBERT EARL
BRANNEN, deceased,
File Number
2007-CP-000656, is
end ing inthe Circuit
ourt for Okaloosa
County, Florida Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW, FL
32536-1359. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All persons on whom this
notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the
wil, the qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required
to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF -
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands a ainst
decedent s estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
the first publication of this


Copy of the proposed or-
dinance is available in
the City Clerk's Office, at
City Hall at 198 North
Wilson Street in the City
of Crestview, Florida,
where they may be in-
spected by the public
and interested parties,
and interested parties
may appear at the meet-
ing and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed or-
inances.
The City Council of the
City of Crestview, Florida
does not discriminate
upon the basis of any
individual's disability sta-
tus. Anyone requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion as provided for in
the Americans With Disa-
bilities Act to insure ac-
cess to and participation
in the meeting should
contact the Office of the
City Clerk at (850)
682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to
the meeting to make ap-
propriate arrangements.

If a person decides to ap-
pea[any decision made
y the City Council with
respect to any matter con-"
sidered at this meeting or
public hearing such per-
son will needa record of
the proceedings and for
such purpose, such per-
son may need to insure
that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and any evi-
dence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview
supports "Equal Opportu-
nity Employment, Hous-
ing and Providing Handi-
cap Access".


0oun
2 00


Janice F. Yc
June 13,2
6/13/07


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.

Drop Off
Locations


22cf Chest
Freezer, $200.
Call 850
689-6707
Refrigerator 25 cubic
ft side by side, white
Whirl Pool $125,
682-0688
Ron's Appliance &
Parts, appliance repair,
all brands, we buy work-
ing appliances, 15 N.
Main Street, Call
689-1007. After hours
682-2844



Dry Sink Hutch $200,
Lited China Hutch
$ 200, Hall Tree $100,
Unique Bamboo Unit
$250, Antique Kitchen
Cabinet $250, Buffet
$200, Table & 6 chairs
w/ 2 leafs $300 other
furniture items. All can be
seen between 8am & 12
on Thurs. 208 Forrest


NW Florida Pkwy
Daily News
200 Racetrack Rd NW
Ft. Walton W rJ A
Crestview
News Bulletin
295 W. James Lee Blvd Oak Roll top desk
Destin Log w/chair. Like new $400.
1225 Airport d Call 682-6967 or 850
Niceville Glass 398-0440
739 E. John Sims Pkwy Want to buy a walker,

6629 Elva St, Milton any te of baby furnoi
furniture or appliances,
and lawnmower Call Flo-
rala 1-334-858-3704

Single white male 701
5'8 170lbs. Looking for
a small white lady for 3230
companionship. I am Country Store
easy going and easy to June 16th, 7am - 1 pm,
please Just need a good 5479 Old Bethel Rd, '
woman to share and do Crafts baked goods,
things together. Please yard sale & more.
write RLB P.O. Box 876,
Crestview, FL 32536, or Crestview
call (850)'689-8038 5341 Four Lakes Rd,
off Hwy 90 E. 1 mile
from Shoal River Bridge, '
. .will have furniture, glass-
ware, kitcheware, misc.
June 14, 15, 16, 7-12
Crestview
Multi family Yard
Sale
PE & ANIMALS Saturday June 16th
8-until, 3162 Aplin Rd,
2100 - Pets Freezer, books, dog
2110- Pets: Free to house weight bench,
Good Home English saddle, misc.
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/ Crestview
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock Multi family Yard Sale
Wanted 118 S. Uoyd St,
across from Martin Luther,
King Friday 7-4, Satur-
day 7-12, Fri/Sat, Chil-
drens toys, clothes, futon,
I 2100 Icouch, adult plus cloth-
AKC Golden Re- in, dishes, and various
triever (ake) 6 mo old, other things.
vet checked, shots cur-
rent, very laful & lva- Cresview
ble. $100. 537-9144 Multi-Family Yard
Multi-Family Yard
S f Sale
W TfilV to Benefit Good News
Okaloosa Jail Ministry.
NEW Camper shell, ceiling
AKC Miniature Pinscher fans, trailer hitch lots
Puppy's $250. Parents more, 4636 Scarlet Dr
onsite&.(850) 689-0769 E., June 15 & 16
or 306-5092 Crestview
Lost Moving Sale
Small Black dog w/ Sat 7:30am-2
white stomach, 4 white custom built Bel ium oak
feet & white tipped tail 6pc shrunk and leather
named " Buger" and 2 living rm set, king size
small spots on back of oak bedroom set, roll top
neck. Missing from Laurel desk, oak bar, stereo and
Hil Call Jrry Parker, corner hutches. Fishing
419-1657 or Jimmy John- reels, and hunting equip
son 398-0509 Mssing ment/ sporting goods,
since March 26, Dewalt power & other
2007 Reward of $50 tools and many many
West Highland Terrier misc items.
Puppies Ready for new 5462 Haburn St
homes now! 8 wks old. 3
boys, 2 girls. 689-6716 Crestview
or 240-5287 Sat 7:30-11 am
-. 5592 Wheeler PI

Kid' Heights
Kid's stuff and lots morel
Priced to Sell!
Garage Sale I
Saturday 7-11 am;
"" 1260 E. Chestnut Ave,
Brick house on left across
MERCHANDISE from Greenleaf Auto Sal-
3100- Antiques9 vage. Something for eve-
3110 - Appliances ryone.
3120 - Arts & Crafts Huge mulit-family
3130 - Auctions garage/moving sale,
3140 - Baby Items Sat. jun. 16 7am - 2pm,
3150 - Building Supplies 2411 Moonstone Dr.
3160 - Business (Colony Ridge SD Crest-
Equipment view). Sports euip. furni-
3170 - Collectibles ture, toys, clothes, TV's,
3180 - Computers electronics & much much
3190 - Electronics more. Gate entry; srcoll
3200 - Firewood to DeFranza on keypad.
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales Multi-family yard sale
3240 - Guns something for everyone.
3250 - Good Things to Eat Hwy 85 & Bill Lundy Rd.
3260 - Health & Fitness Fri. & Sat. 9-4.
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing TUPPERWARE
3280 - Machinery/ New Catalog, monthly
320 - Medical Equipment secial replacement or-
3290 - Medical Equipment der. Call Jackie
3300 - Miscellaneous er 82 Jac4i
3310 - Musical Instruments 682-4305
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ Yard Sale 7:30am Sat.
Supplies June 16 at 105 Purl Ad-
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel ams Ave., Crestview, FI
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) Yard Sale Sat. June
16,7- 11, 111 Loop Dr.
ACountryview

I 31.00
All Types of Watch & 3240
Clock Repair, grandma
their, mantel, cuckoos, we Stainless steel 300
buy antiques, we do es- Winchester Magnum,bolt
tate sales. Call action boss with scope &
689-1007 case $650. 585-3216


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Crestview News Bulletin I Page B7


J 3260 | 4100
.Personal Trainer, ex-
';pert in weight training,
".sports nutrition, cardio & Hibbett Sports is
overall physical fitness. opening soon in Crest-
.or more info call 398 - view.
.~368 & ask for coach.
* Management
*PT/FT Sales
Send resumes "ATTN
328 DM" to: 900 Westgate
.2005 Muck Truck Motor- Plaza, Andalusia, AL
zed wheelbarrow. Metal 36420. Hibbett Sports
arrow, 5001b capacity conducts drug testing.
r4WD 4 speed 5Ys2'I Brian.Kelly@Hibbett.com
'Honda. 'Like new $1600.
758-8199
:2006 Hustler Mini-Z
commerciall 0 turn
mower. 36" deck 40 hrs. Hospitalily/Tourism
-like new $3000. New
$5400. 758-8199 MAINTENANCE
For Sale POSITION
2005 Kubota w/ front Year round and full time
end loader, 32 HP, 189 position available for
hours, aaraae kept large assoc. in Destin.
$15500537-3609 Great pay & benefits.
. Maintenance & pool exp.
a plus. Fax resume o
650-1015, apply in poer-
son 293 6 Scenic Gulf
33Dr.- Destin or call
1994 Mercury Cou- 837-7488- Assoc. Mgr.
aar, 1989 HD Sporster, See our Job Posting online
Alpine CompleteSystem, emeraldcoastobswest.com
Need Roomate Call Da- Web ID #27742578
vid 850-398-5631,
398-3952
After market Alumi-
*num rims 15 x 10 5 lug
patternn , fits Chevy 6MC Insurance
trucks. $200 obo. Customer Service
Recliner sofa & love seat Representative.
$125. Call 682-8930
-Reauirements:
rooks Farms * e able to work in a
,Peaches and Cream fast pace environment
corn, Silver Queen corn, *Attention to detail
peas, squash, cucumber * Good People skills
and other fresh produce. and computer skills
Adjacent to Baker Post of- * A positive and enthu-
fice. Call 537-5373 siastic attitude
Will Haul away for Competitive salary with
free, appliances, scrap a monthly bnus oppor-
metal &unk cars unity, 4-0 license pro-
537-6481 ferred but not re-
quired. Email resume to
crestviewagent@
t yahoo.comI


I NEW lrIJAV

4100 -HelpWanted Law Enforce/Security
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs Law Enorce/Security
'4120 - Sales
,4130 - Employment The Wackenhut
Information Corporation
r is currently recruiting
tion Officers. Candi-
1 4100 . dates mut meet one of
-the following re uire-
Administrative/Support the ntsfollowing require
uMust be a graduate of
Heritage a Law Enforcement
Plantation Academy or Correc-
Okaloosa County's new- tions Academy. Wages
est golf course in Laurel begin at $10.20 hIr.
Hill, is looking for a full Benefits available. HS


dates will have real es-
tate experience, high i Wackefnhut
level computer skills, and
are dependable. Fax re-
sume to 850-337-0772
Be -your -own boss.
Seeking tupperware sales
consultants who can work
pt/ft. Training provided. Other
alary depends on your
sales, fund raising, and Great Income
recruiting other consult- Opportunity
ants. Chance to win jew- ri nt
elry, trips, or cars. Buy DeailOrienied
tupperware at discount Carrier needed
prices. Call Wanda, for Creslview
682-9043 for more info. for resew
-Area
Construction/Trades
HORTHWEST LORIDA
Serendipity Salon & T ES
Gift Shop, has a private
room available for a mas-
sage therapist, please
call for booth rental infor-
mation, 689-1122 Estab-
lishment License #
MM 19624
Driver Trainees O
Needed. N
No CDL? No Problems COLLECTIONS
Earn up to $900/wk. REQUIRED!
Home weekends with The Northwest Florida
TMC. Cmrpanyien- Daily, News 'collects all
ed 53r09nng. feeds fr you, all you do
1-866-280-5309 is drivel
Educational If you have dependable
transportation, valid
Wesleyan CCC, now insurance, can handle
hiring part time VPK early AM hours and
Teacher for August, '07. are the type of person
CDA or degree required., people depend on
682-7319 /want to talk
FREE CELL PHONE to you,
All Major Brands And TODAY!
Carrier. Free Shipping Contact Gary, District

wwv.PGBdigital.com News at:
General 850 685-8058
Or apply in person at:
Comfort 200 Racetrack Rd NW
Keprs Ft Walton Beach, FL.
Keepers Retired Military encour-
Dedicated people to aIle
needed immediately to aged toeapply


assist our Seniors in tneir
homes. Flex. hrs. FT/PT
mileae pd $8hr
850-279-6294
Healthcare
PT Office Asst needed
for medical practice in
Crestview Computer skills
required. Call 682-6143
Healthcare/Social Srvcs
READY FOR A
CHALLENGE?

Social Worker
At Emerald Coast Hos-
pice, we are actively re-
cruiting for a Social
Worker who can work
with patients in Okaloosa
and Walton Counties.
We can make a differ-
ence in your career with
advantages that include:
* Outstanding caregiver
Steam
eToa-of-the-line resources
* Great educational
initiatives
" Comprehensive
benefits
If you have a Master's
Degree in social work
an are willing to travel
to patients, let's talk
Apply online at
www.gentiva.com/obs
Call (850) 689-0300 or
fax resume w/ ref. code:
29646 at 913-814-5434
Commit to us.
We'll commit to youl

l"Emerald Coast
hic0Io . I


J.W. Pressure
Washing & Painting


Call for
Free estimates
on your painting
and pressure
washing n.eeds.


850.682.9220
Lincensed & Insured


11 4100 [ 6110 J[H 6140
Other Crestview Apart- 3br/2ba, 212 2nd Ave.,
ments $695 a month $400 de-
Heritage Housing Communities for posit. 758-1477
Pelitatgne elderly and physically
Plantation challenged person. Imme- 3/2 MH, Great Loca-
Okaloosa County's new- diate openings are not tion Like new, No pets,
est golf course in Laurel available but we always $725Dep, $725mo, Ref-
Hill, is looking for FT accept applications for erences Required,
Greeter/Gate Attendent. our waiting list. Our 902-0604
Ideal candidates will apartment homes are
have a sense of urgency, fully carpeted, have cen- A 2br, iba, w/huge
be clean cut, and are de- tra heat and air and are fenced back ard, Close
pendable. Fax resume to: equipped with a stove to OWC $550mo, No
850-337-3258 and refrigerator. We pets/Smoke 865-5675
have 1 and 2 bedroom
Post Office units. Security deposit on American Realty of
now Hiring unit; one month basic Northwest Florida, Inc.
Av. pay $20/hour or rent. $250pet fee. 682-4822 or 651-5717
$5K annually includingr SMALL PETSONLYI Utili- EHO
Federal Benefits ana ties included at Crestview 128 Ham ton Dr, 2bd,
OT. Paid training, vaca- Apartment are water, 1.5ba$ 598
tions. PT/FT. sewer, and garbage. 2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
1-800-584-1775 Crestview iba, $750
Ext#2900 USWA Apartments, Equal 115' Oak Terrace Dr,
Housing Opportu- 3br 2ba, $800
Trades nity. 2476 Kingston Rd, 3br,
682-5149 TDD/TTY 1 ba, $82?
Part Time help wanted (711) 323 Apple Dr, 3br, 2ba,
in Crestview, wirl train, Crestew Bent Creek 850
Call Pop- A- Lock at u Campbell Ave, 3br,
862-6736 Apts II Vouchers Ac- $850 Ae,
cepted. Rental assistance 29, Okview PL, 3br,
Watkins Associates may be avail. 1 & 2 BR 2ba, $850
Needed Perfectfor HC & non-HC accessible 309 FeldonDr 3br
ants. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 30a F n875
stay-at-home parents and review FL, Call 850 2ba838 Penn875 n 3br
retires. Free websites and 682-556, TDD/TTY 2ba83 Penn$9 y n, 3br,
online training. No 711.,Equal Housing Op-2b 00
monthly requirements. portunity usng 280 MacGregor Ln,
visit: 3br 2ba, $900
www.whateverinme.com Crestview- Large 1 br, 106 Edna Dr, 3br, 2ba,
utils incl. $650mo. No $900 '
rpets/smoke. Perfect coun- 209 Johnson Ct, 3br,
r setting . (850) 2.5ba $900
303-1328 533-6363 312 John King Rd, 3br,
Crestve 2ba $900
1 4 Crestview 207' Johnson Ct, 3br,
Cracker Barrel of Open House 2.5ba, $950
Crestview Now hiring Saturda 3349 Shoal Creek Cv,
AM & PM Dishwashers & Addison Place Apart- 4br 2ba $950
oer 21ba s o o 1ba son Ct 3br,
AM Cooks. Must be ver ments. Come by for free 2lJ j~nso
18 Weekends required food door prizes, and 2 tba.$ , . .950.
EOE 682-8804 tours of our spacious 3428 tawbridge Dr 3br,
apartments. 900 Addison 2ba, 35 I$.9 75
lggRfi Place Drive, Crestview.. 2835 O d Mill Way 4br,
850.689-3411 2.5ba $975
5 Ben Creek 4702 Whitewater Ln,
4.130 1- Crestview, Bent Creek 4br 2ba $995
Apartments I, Vouchers 2994 Windsor Cir, 3br,
Work Wanted: Decks, Accepted. Rental assis- 2ba, $1000
privacy fences and other stance may be available. 4034 Randi Road, 3br,
misc. handyman projects. 1 & 2 BR HC & ion HC 2ba $1100
Reasonable prices. Call accessible apartments. 631 Alysheba Dr 3br,
850-685-8202. 209 Bent Creek Road 2ba $1100
Crestview, FL. Call 474' Jillian Dr, 3br, 2ba
8 5 0-- 850-6 8 22-5 5 6 3 $1100
'/ TDD/TTY 711. Equal 5104 Whitehurst Ln 4br,
Ply- , Housing Opportunity - 2ba, $1125
For Rent - 2 br apt., '3115 Skyhawk Dr 4br,
Sbath, washer-dryer in- ,2ba, $11 35
tr 15a e 5 /. knawk Dr, 4br,
Secluded 112 Lake St. 3115,Skhw Dr' br
$500 rent, $500 de- 2ba $1135
osit. 682-6514 4853 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba, $1150
RAL. E5TATE OR RENT 144 Indian Tr, 3br, 2ba,
mN$1150
6100 c -Business/ 1224 Gabrielle Dr, 3br,
Commercial ns/ 6130 2ba, $1200
6110 - Apartments Crestview 307 Purl 2196 Ha ood Loop,
6120- Beach Rentals Adams, 2 br, 2 ba, W/D Abr 3ba, T250
6130-Condo/Townhouse $750 mo + $750 dep 423 Bobby Dr, 3br, 2ba,
6140- House Rentals Avail now. 543-4742 Bk T$1250
6150- Roommate Wanted 4088Bia $ Buck Tr, 4br,
6160 - Rooms for Rent .ml-Jit 2ba, $1?.250
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot T01U I 2468 Bell Ridge Dr, 4br,
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals NEW 2ba, $1350
6190 -Tmeshare Rentals 3503 Shirey Ct 4br, 3ba
6200- Vacation Rentals Crestview- 3 br 2V2 $1495
Cbe, 1 a, near Wa-Mart. 4676 Love Grass Ln,
^HISSSSSSH^. Pets ek Avail 1 July. 3br 2.5ba, 800
" u$1050/mo. 496-2563 vist $s at
] v"*www.era-american.com
6100 Crestview, S of 1-10
3br, 2ba, 2cg, FP, I Century 21
Executive Office Buidl- fenced yard. 421 Shoa MCoulton Realty
inp H1400+sf blk East Lake Dr. No pet/smoke.. (850) 682-38
off'Hwy 85, lots of ex- Avail now. $960mo/ Rentals:
tras, For more info call $960dd. 897-1394. * 902 Dixie 3br, 2ba
Denise 850-499-1677 ,$875.rt, $875'dep .
- r0AII Jf Y * 130 Dixie St 4br, 2ba
Professional fIe $.1100.rt $1100de
ace for re ust east Why rent when you 0 799 Old Mill. 3br,
o Sandestin. easona- can own your own 2ba $985.rt $985de
be terms andre home Great deals for 29472 McCar Ave.
..... ..-,f . first time home owners. 3br 2ba $900.rt,
267-229rr .0 Low credit no problems $900dep
Crye-Leike Coastal * 2842 Old Mill Way.
Realty, Stephen S-mith, 4br 2ba $1000Mo.,
850-218-0620 $1000dep
i l H6110 0] 2ba $1i 200rmo,
1 Bedroom Apartment, * 515200deyser Mill Rd,
C/A w,g s, furnished, 6I140 --- ] I52 Baker, 4br 2ba
$5006mo/$500dep. 2,3 & 5br $875.mo, $87dep.
Leased req. No pets. (free puppies to aood * 545 Tikell Dr, 3br,
312 W.Hickory. home). 830-2061 or 3ba, Inground pool
850-834-4767 682-4070 $1400mo[ $ 1400dep
* 5474 Hburne St 3br
Brookemeade Villas 2 lr, 2 ,2cg home on 2ba $1100mo,
Housing Communities for Lake Eufaula. Rent by $1 Ode f.
elderly and physically week month or year. 22 Tiffot Ct 4br
challenged person. Imme- 850-456-2553 2ba $1100mo + $1100
diate openings are not 2br & 3br homes for dep.
available but we always rent on Holley Dr. No * 1237 JeffreyScott Dr,
accept applications for ' pets. Please call 3br, 2ba, $1200mo,
our waiting list. Our 682-1972 $1200dep


apnarrmenr homes are
fully carpeted, have cen-
trar heat and air and are
equipped with a stove
and refrigerator. We
have 1 and 2 bedroom
units. Security deposit on
unit; one month basic
rent, $250 pet fee.
SMALL PETSONLYI Utili-
ties included are gar-
bage only
Brookemeade
Villas, Equal Housing
Opportunity.
689-2272 TDD/TTY
(711)
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
Suieta gaedq 5no pets
606mo$I50dep., 12
mo lease req. 585-1574


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COMPUTER REPAIR & PARTS * TV's * STEREO EQUIPMENT


Used Computers Starting at $39.99
Printers *Scanners * Cables * Wireless * Web Cams
PS2 * Xbox * Nintendo Games * Accessories
Monday - FrIday 10 to 6
Saturday 9 to' 2 136 Martin Luther King Jr


. Ave.


Just off Main Street
www.Johnscomputersandelectronlcs.com

: 682m6723 ,


- New Computer
Systems

- Computer Repairs
Er Upgrades


- Computer Parts Er Accessories Business
Hours:

9am to Spm
- Satellite Internet Service close Noon
to Ipm
- Home Internet Service


Community Website - A Great Homepage!
Swww. woolcom.net
(850) 682-7988 - Crestview, FL
Business Website: www.woolcom.com - Email: sales@ woolcom.com
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Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-1515
or (850)682-5922
307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
1 ba, 800 sf, $495, tri-
plex
286-A Henderson St
2br 1ba, 796 sf, $550,
end unit
4069 Highway 90E,
3br, 2ba TO50sf, $700,
pet w/owner approval.
105 Swaying Pine
Court 3br, .5 ba,
1415st, $850 pet
w/owner approval
187 Salvadore Dr,
3br, 2ba, 1053st, $795,
Backyard deck
6197 Winstead CV
3br 1.5ba, 1025sf,
$7 5, pet w/owner ap-
5720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1253sf, $875, se-
cluded
308 John King Road
3br, 2ba, 1000sT, $925,
new Carpet +Paint
6118 Buck Ward Rd
3br 1.5ba, 1400 sf, $
1025. Pet w/owner ap-
proval
4815 Summer Creek
CV, 4br, 2ba 1794sf,
$1675, pet w/owner ap-
royal
S368 Cimmoran Dr.
3br 2ba, 1,881sf, $
1150, fenced back yard
2827 Atoka trail
3br 2ba 2451 sf,
$1300, No ets allowed
2408 Mill Run Dr,
br, 2ba, 1828 sf'
$1100, 6 months & 1
day lease term
5368 Cimmoran, 3br,
2ba, 1815 sf, $1150,
Country, living.
353 Kiverchase Blvd
3br 2ba, 2348 sf,
$1250 no pets allowed
812 Travis CT, 4br,
3ba, 2558 sf, $1500,
pet w/owner approval
For further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com


RM
243-7588I


ALIE FARMSl


6-14-0 1 140 6140
Crestview Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba Teel and Waters
For Renton acre w/creek. WI/ Real Estate
For Rent . hookup & water incl. Sm.
3br, 2ba, Section 8 ap- ets OK. $650/mo. + 117 HaaoodLoop
roved deposit required, 650dd 683-004
537-2 60 830-7944 .95d. 04 ,4 ,7/2 no pets
Crestview, 3 br, 2 ba, 850, 3/2, no pets
S1 cg, near Bob Sikes 02 Trenton Ave,
Crestview Elem. Like pew, no 10903/2/2, small pet
2 and 3 bedroom smoke/pets. $950/mo. w/approval.
homes No pets. Call Call 240-4588 All properties require a
682-4670 or 830-206U1 - credit check, one year
Crestview, S. of 1-10 by lease; no inside smoking,
Shoal River Golf course, pet ,fees are
. a.. j 3 br- 2.5 bo furnishings non-refundable. Call
avail. Pets Qk. Short or br-6156 rost
L Q r along term. $1300mo. +.682 156
Crestview- 3 br 2 ba 2 DD. firm. Call 687-0175
eg. Brand new family
home near I-lo, hospital, Crestview: 4br 2ba
& schools. No smoke. fenced 2 acres, outside lg ,,
1175. 850 849-2289 pets and horses allowed, e&Ar i
close to town. $1250 Why rent when you
+dep. 902-1065 can own your own
Crestview 3BR 2BA -\ home? Great deals for
1CG. Almost new, fully C'view lakefront custom first time home owners.
fenced backyard goo'd 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg, 2150sf Low credit no problem
pets welcome $1050 + country setting 1200mo Crye-Leike Coastal
9D. 850-683-4104 No .pets/smoke. (850) Real.y, Stephen Smith,
303-1328/533-6363 850-218-0620


Crestview 3BR, 2BA,
2CG, 1800sf. Newer
home on 1/2 acre Indian
Trails S/D $1100. Call
Sarah 850-826-1243

Crestview
Custom home
3/2 with aarage. Availa-
be 7/1/200 No
smoking/Pets
$1200m6/$1000dep, 1
ear lease, call
865-2593





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


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For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car garage, brick
home, 850C956-2553

Holt,1800 sq. ft. Ce-
dar House for rent with
opton to buy- first years
rent applied to purchase
price, br, 1.75 acres,
paved rd, city water, stor-
age shed.
1-850-537-2592 or
1.-850-386-1472.

JANET JOHNSON
REALTY, INC
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
682-1800
1413 S Pearl St; $600
602 Henderspn St; $675
575 Pine St; $795
120 Swaying Pine Court,
3bd, 2.5ba $850
341 Crooked Pine Trail;
$900
1 Holly Dr 3bd, 2ba
$995
122 Kyle Dr; $995
4963 Galliver Cutoff;
$995
329 John Kind Rd. $850
2805 Wilson Lane 3bd,
2ba $1100
493 Jillian Dr; $1250
5512 Monterrey Rd;
$1250

Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge air &
heat. 850-652-4 55

Laurel Hill large 4 br,
2V/2 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


8160
Room for rent Kitchen
privileges. $100 per
week Includes utilities.
850-826-0044 Donna



1 6170
Crestview clean 3 br, 2
ba 16'x80' MH, large
secluded lot. Appl. inc.
Pets nego. Lawn care.
$800mo+dep 423-0967


IREM. 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 MoulRon
Realty
(850)682-3849


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

682-9474





13 ACRES ON POND CREEK.
FRONTS LAKE ELLA RD. $104,000
4.5 ACRES ON POVERTY CREEK RD. $90,000
2 HOMES IN TOWN.$145,000 & 149,500.

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and click on MY PROPERTIES.
l I| 865-7777 or 682-7718


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Big Eyes.

Wet Noses.

Warm Hearts.
Call NOAH at 683.0023
to see how easy Ist I to
l take us home with you.


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Page B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


Wednesday, June 13, 2007


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years experience
in the automobile business,
I encourage you to come in and
HEV ' L let's look at your vehicle needs.
With current cash incentives &
finance plans, together we
.will find a solution that best
suits your situation.
AN AIVIERICAN R=V(MJTION
A ward . -/ Your Silverado Headquarters * Locally Owned & Operated
f CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731

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CALL TODAY! --
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Office: 850.974.7778 * Toll Free: 1.888.225.3072 ,
RE/MAX Southern Realty * www.calldino.com ,'"- 4 *
I 4100 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit C-4 * Crestview, FL 32536 ,. C , I
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07 AVEO WITHAC iI, ". 07 MAI
cie - .11,585 M


LI


Crestview- a3168 sq.ft. MUST SEE! Like new
� CHECK home in exclusive Ashley home on cul-de-sac in
V THIS OUTI Place on 1.02 acres built Crestview with many up-
Baker- 3 br home 38 ac- in 2000, 3BR, 3BA, of- grades. Call Molly f
res. Horses OK! $529K. fice and 2 CG, New tile Dennis Mann Realty
2068 Shockley Springs floors in foyer, kitchen 850-865-0184
Rd. Below $12K/ac. and dayroom. Asking
Beautiful land, pasture, $485K with first 6 mths NEW HOMES from
hardwoods, creek. Near mortaqe paid by seller. $129,995 to Executive
Karick Lake. Clint, 904 850- -0800. Homes over $425,000!
249-0438 owner/broker Let my 30+ year profes-
Crestview 3BR 2BA sional experience in the
2CG 1400+ sf, 1/3 N. Okaloosa Real Estate
acre. Privacy fence back- Market assist you! Mil-
BEST DEAL AROUND! yard. Good neighbor- dred C. Heaton Re-
Newer home only 15 hood. 30 min Egln 35 ally, Inc.
minutes from Crestview. min Hurlburt $149K + 850-689-1334/
All brick 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg closing. 850-665-3434 582-3806
over 1400 square feet.
Molly at Dennis Mann Re- Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 ca, NEW HOMES UNDER
alty 850-865-0184 in heart of Destin 1351s. $150,000!! 3 br 2 ba,
$229K. Call 368-4291 lcg plans on 1/3 acre
and 1 acre tracts. Call
For Sale 1.02 acres Molly at Dennis Mann Re-
Long Dr. $ 140,000, ally (850) 865-0184
Lgd_922 H TIC


CRESTVIEW &
HOLT, FL - NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, all
brick. Rent, Buy, Rent-to-
own. 850- 897-0072 or
www.WeAreHomeFinders.com


BU s.I. PEW

$15,779


Home need s .I
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
Really 682-3849


7150
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



7160
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
1999 Mobile Home,
3 br/2ba fireplace,
walk tough closet from
master br to master ba,
central heat & air. Home
can be seen at 1322
Charlie Day Rd, Baker,
Fl. For more info contact
Troy Day, Sr. at
537-41 10


1 7160 ]11 8130 -1
Reduced 5 acres, 3br, 1991 F-150 XLT,
1998 model, $109,900 2WD short wheel base,.
many extras. Century 21 V8 362 $2500 call
Moutons Realty 850-689-5455
Linda Steaway
240-3406 or 682-3849 For sale 1992 GMC
---------- Cheyenne, runs & looks-
Sgreat $3,800 obo.
682-4698 or 305-4181
7190 iFor Sale 2001 Ford
Ranger Extended cab,
ARIZONA LAND very good condition with.
fa lot o extras. Only
LIQUIDATION! 68 000 mi, $6,506. Call
Near Tucson, 2Y foot- 537-4746 after 5pm
ball field sized lots. $0 -
Down/$0 Interest, $159
/Month (18,995 total).
Free recorded informa-
tion. Money back guar-
anteel Toll free
1-800-682-6103 Op GMC Sierra
#10 Z71 2004


8100
8110
8120
8130
8140
8150
8160
8170
8210


ext cab, absolutely
- --- loaded, $16,500 obo.
Call 652-3707


8140 ]
1996 Dodge Caravan
w/ 2 built in child
TRMECROEATIAI resatraints.$2,600.
683-1231 or 865-4636.
- Antique & Collectibles
- Cars Dodge Caravan 1989,
- Sports Utility Vehicles looks and runs good.
- Trucks $1800 obo. 537-2265
- Vans
- Commercial
- Motorcycles
- Auto Parts
& Accessories | 8160
- Boats


8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation


NEW TrDAY


8320 -A AV/Off Road Vehicles 2002 Honda
8330 - Campers & Trailers Shadow Spirit 750
8340 - Motorhomes Mint Condition 19,000
Smiles, $3550 OBO.
SCall 546-0751

S2006 Kawasaki Vul-
can 900 Classic, bought -
1979 Pontiac new March 2007, 50
Bonneville mil full dressed, over
Bonneville $900 invested sacrifice:
Light blue, runs great,or $6,500.
S-new transmission & 850-758-9316,
il brake system. Needs cos- 850-682-0333 or
I "metic work. $2000 obo. 682-3939
Call 682-7023
re so2006 XL 1200L Sports
1991 Chevy Lumina Euro- ter HD, Cobalt Blue, less



tires, runs great. Call year unlimited mileage
758-63 80 an 10,000_l
2000 Pontiac, (Kendon) Rail transport
42,000miles, clean ex- motorcle trailer
cellent condition $6200 $1500 Harley David-
or reasonable offer. Call son Full face helmet
682-0727 Nsma), Mint condition
2005 Ford Taurus SEL Solid' Oak Bookshelf
34,000 miles, $12,000, $30, TV Stand light
or take over payments, wood) $30 Cal
" A . E ,New tires tinted win- 398-1320
5-YEAR POWERTRAIN dows, loaded. 398-2840
For Sale 1993 Chevro-
let Caprice Classic 8210
147,000 miles, $2000
OBO. Call 5374746 1998 Avon
S.after 5PM Hard bottom inflatable.
80HP 4-stroke Yamaha.
Ford Ranger Excellent cond. $10,500
E d Edge 2004 od Call 850-585-5915
Extended cab loaded
premium sound. Excellent 2002 Action Craft
condition. 850 21' W/Trailer
368-8636 $12,000 Call
�_I 682-6524 and ask for
Honda Accord EX Kelly
2002 V6, 2 dr 80K mi-
les. Full loaded, must
see $11,000. Call
243-8896


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Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for dela e


Photos for illuslralion purposes only. Sale ends 6/19/07.


Mercedes
SL500 2003
white, sport pkq., low mi.
$57,500 850-585-5915


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


CUSTOM BUILT! 48R, 3.5BA home with 2828SF.
Corian countertops, walk-in pantry, bullnose
corner bead, covered porches & oversize garage.
MLS#404390 $499,900
Teel & Waters Real Estate-Lucille King 582-9696




Teel & Waters--

Real Estate

682-6156
3BR, 2BA w/2,074SF. Many upgrades! Multiple out buildings,
in-ground pool, hot tub, ENTERTAINMENT PARADISE on 2 acres.
MLS#462934 $340,000-Diana Baker 685-5135
5 Units, 1 BR, 1 BA in each unit. Some units fully furnished,
MLS#459340 $197,000-Jenny Teel 582-3821
5 lots available in Piney Woods Subdivision. Close to Baker
school. MLS#444427 $29,9010 each- Bruce Teel 582-3822
5BR, 3BA well maintained home south of 1-10. Fireplace in
living room, wood flooring & easy commute to bases.
MLS#458210 $229,900-Patti Griffin 758-0133
499 N. Ferdon Blvd.
LI MnI Crestview, FL, 32536
[ _ www.crestviewhomes.com



OHNIJON

_(850)682-1800

OPEN HOUSE
Janet Johnson Realty, Inc. will be holding open houses at various
locations throughout the Crestview area. The following homes are
being featured during June 20-23:
4963 Galliver Cutoff, Baker
6113 Magnolia Lane
6454 Moonlight Lane
6462 Moonlight Lane
5512 Monterrey Road
136 Phillips Drive
1526 Texas Parkway
The schedule will be posted on our website by Sunday, June 17th.
Please call the office for further details.
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
m o Crestview, FL 32536
www.janetjohnsonrealty.com


s19,360
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CRESTVIEW 682-2731 :.

FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214--

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Crestview News Bulletin I 1C


BACKYARD


CONSERVATION

Darryl Williams


Butterflies


the


pretty pollinators


You'd have to look
hard to find a down side
to butterflies.
Few cause damage
to crops or humans, for
instance.
On the positive side, they
are important pollinators,
good indicators of
the ecological quality
of a habitat, colorful,
aesthetically pleasing and
fun to watch.
The role of pollinator
of U.S. crops is not small
potatoes.
From almonds to alfalfa
to apples, pollinators are
key to production of 150
food crops worth $10
billion each year.
The honey bee is the
most valuable pollinator,
but only 15 percent of
crops are pollinated by
domestic bees; 80 percent
are pollinated by wild
bees and other wildlife,
including butterflies.
More broadly, about
218,000 of the world's
250,000 flowering plants,
including 80 percent of
the world's species of food
plants, rely on pollinators
to reproduce.
The main threat
to butterflies is the
destruction and loss
of their habitats. The
channelization of
riparian areas, draining
of wetlands, lowering of
water tables, growth of
cities and intensification of
agriculture all contribute
to this habitat loss.
Widespread use of
pesticides may also
threaten healthy butterfly
populations.
Scientists are
particularly concerned
about habitat loss in
-"nectar corridors" - the
migratory routes that
pollinators follow in
order to take advantage
of a sequence of plants
coming into bloom along
a south-to-north gradient
in the spring and the
reverse in the fall.
The habitat -is critical
to migrating Monarch
butterflies, as well as
hummingbirds, bats,
doves and other nectar-
dependent .migratory
animals.
A dult butterflies rely on
nectar, while developing
caterpillars need leaves
and foliage. Both get
their water from the
plants. A variety of native
wildflowers, trees, shrubs
and grasses interspersed
across the landscape offers
good butterfly habitat.
Consider planting
wildflower gardens,
roadsides and idle areas
with native nectar-
producing plants, legumes
and grasses.
For more information,
stop at our office at 938 N.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview,
or visit the NRCS Web site
at www.nrcs.usda.gov


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Did

you

know?

The Monarch
butterfly journeys
more than 2,000
miles to winter in
warmer climates.










2C Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2007


CHECK


It OUT


Heather NItzel
Youth Services Librarian
Extra! Extra! Read all
about it!!
It's not too late to sign
up for the Summer Read-
ing Challenge! You have
an extra long summer this
year, and you don't want
your brain to go to mush.
The perfect way to protect
yourself from brain drain is
to read! And, while you're
at it, you might as well be
earning funny money for
it. Then, at the end of the
summer, you can shop at
the Funny Money Store.
So, have an adult bring you
to the library to register you
and pick up your reading
log today!
To earn even more funny
money, attend library pro-
grams. They are kicking
into full gear this week.


Programs that earn funny
money include: Picture
Book Club, Chapter Book
Club, Teen Book Club,
OVAL (Okaloosa Volunteer
Art Lessons) and Family Li-
brary Time.
Programs
June 11, rising 1st grad-
ers through 5th graders will
gain an all-new apprecia-
tion of art! OVAL meets in
the Meeting Room from 6
to 7 p.m. You are welcome
to bring your own crayons
for the best color selection.
Teenagers and adults are
also welcome.
For babies and toddlers
under the age of 3 and their
caregivers, Lap Sit resumes
on June 12 at 10:15 a.m.
This week we'll celebrate
dads. Happy Father's Day!
At 10:15 a.m. on June
13, Story Time and Picture


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Book Club will meet simul-
taneously thanks to our
AmeriCorps volunteers!
Both groups will read sto-
ries, sing songs, and do
activities centered around
"Headlines" as we kick off
our summer reading theme:
"Newspapers." Preschool-
ers must be at least three
years old to come to Story
Time unless they are coming
with an older sibling. The
minimum age for Picture
Book Club is 6. If your child
is not comfortable coming
to Picture Book Club alone,
please attend Story Time in
the Meeting Room.
Continuing with the
"Newspaper" theme, chil-
dren who enjoy chapter
books will begin reading
"Boys Rock!" by Phyllis
Reynolds Naylor on June
14. The Chapter Book Club
starts at 10:15 a.m. and fin-
ishes about 11 a.m. This
program is also for kids
only, but you are welcome
to visit once and get a feel
for the program. After that,
please drop your child off
and enjoy the library. Ex-
ceptidns will be made for


younger children who can
prove they are ready to
read this summer's chap-
ter books. Children who
attend the most programs
will get to keep their book!
Staff picks
"Just Like Daddy" by
Frank Asch, E Asc. A very
young bear describes all the
activities he does during
the day that are just like his
daddy's.
"Fairytale News" by Co-
lin and Jacqui Hawkins, E
Haw. The events of sev-
eral familiar fairy tales get
mixed up in the story of
Jack, who takes a job deliv-
ering newspapers until he
finds his fortune at the top
of a magic beanstalk.
Just ask
Any questions? Just
ask Anna, Sharon, Sandra,
Jean, Marie, Heather,
Luisa, Sengdara, Lise,
Tara or Tracey. Visit 1445
Commerce Drive, log on
to www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm or call 682-
4432.


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Heather
& Andy
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S "Serving
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ip . ' We Care"
Claire, Ryleg, Heather & Andy Powell

436 West James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL * 682-3052


FROM YOUR FIRST DAY OF
SCHOOL TOYOUR FIRST DAY
ON THE JOB,YOUR FATHER WAS
A ROLE MODEL WHO GAVE YOU
ENCOURAGEMENT AND LOVE..
THIS FATHER'S DAY, HONOR HIM
BY PASSING THAT SAME SUPPORT
ONTO YOUR CHILDREN.


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Crestview News Bulletin [3C


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Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office
Charles Edward Garvin,
Jr, 50, was arrested June 4
for grand theft and passing
a forged altered instrument.
Doc Sean Suit, 29,
was arrested May 31 for
fraudulent use of a credit
card.
Christoper Jason Engen,
28, was arrested May 29 as a
habitual traffic violator.
Timothy Nole Shoffner,
29, was arrested May 31 for
escape, theft and criminal
mischief.
Jason Will Turner, 29,
was arrested May 30 for
violation of probation.
Charles Edward
Patterson, 25, was arrested
May 31 for violation of
probation.
Wesley Russell Rice, 21,
was arrested May 31 for
violation of probation and
burglary.
Kristopher B. Crews,
26, was arrested May 27
for failure to appear and
writing a worthless check.
Joeseph Kenneth
Molbert, 37, was arrested
May 30 for failure to
appear.
An unnamed juvenile


was arrested May 30 for
attempted shoplifting.
An unnamed juvenile,
17, was arrested May 31 for
obtaining food with intent
to defraud.
An unnamed juvenile,
14, was arrested May 31 for
battery.
Gabriel Monary
Forehand, 22, was arrested
June 4 for tampering with a
witness.

Crestview Police
Department

, Malcolm Union, 25, was
arrested June 6 for battery
with bodily injury (domestic
violence).
William Dewitt Sadler,
25, was arrested June 6 for
battery and theft.
Michael Fackler, 35,
was arrested June 6 for
knowingly driving while
license was suspended.
A juvenile, 15, was
arrested June 4 for
leaving the scene of an
accident involving injury,
nonmoving traffic violation
and reckless driving.
Warren Johnson, 53, was
arrested June 1 for DUI and
damage to property.


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Brian Hughes tras
Crestview News Bulletin Ea:
anon'
Counterfeit allegi
build
lunch broug
You've got to be awfully Sherii
desperate if you're.willing a Coc
to print fake money to buy to th
lunch in a school cafeteria. Shoff:
The cuisine at my high 90 in
school was far from haute; Th
perhaps it's just better at apprc
Crestview High. of %
At the beginning of "occu
May, Anthony Carlson, 17, memi
of Crestview scanned and in m
printed six $5 bills on his camp
home computer, then as a 'mak(
prank, passed them on to estab
some of his friends. Two as re
wound up in the till at the report
school lunchroom.
A witness, Eric Rowland, return
when informed by Carlson Shoff:
that he was making money, Timot
told him that he was him
"stupid" and that he was injury
"going to get caught." it was
He was right. in a
Carlson was arrested resentn
for "manufacture of whici
counterfeit currency." If he "he 1
doesn't mend his ways, he tank"
might find himself making "Acci
genuine license plates, were

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er this spring an Crestview had to have a
nous complaint sheriff's deputy arrest her
Environmental and 17-year-old grandson last
g code violations week. Seems she and her
t an Okaloosa daughter didn't have his
s Office deputy and laundry ready for him on
Enforcement officer time.
property of Laura But hey, in his defense,
r off U.S. Highway instead of slugging Granny,
restview, as he threatened, or Mom,
property, for the transgression, the
imately five acres kid instead punched a hole
>oded land, was in the kitchen wall, causing
ied by several family between $100 and $200 in
rs whom reside damage. He was arrested
tile homes and/or for "assault on a person
trailers and other 65 or older" and "criminal
shift' structures mischief."
hed on the property The arrest report notes,
fences," the arrest "All parties live together at
states. the residence as a family."


med with a search
,ant, investigators
ned and arrested
ner's grandson,
thy, 29, and charged
with "nuisance
ous to health" when
s found he was living
ramshackle structure
mbling a shed" in
h, he confessed,
built his own septic
out of a grease trap.
umulations of litter"
also noted.

ving grandson


Eye in the sky
Note to farmer John
Allen: Pot shows up really
well from the air. The Holt
resident knows this now,
after he was arrested for
'"cultivation of marijuana"
following a mid-May aerial
eradication effort jointly
operated by the Okaloosa
County Multi-Agency Drug
Task Force and the Florida
National Guard.
Thirty-three marijuana
plants were found on the
property, 'including 10 "in


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black plastic pots in the
backyard." After waiving
his Miranda rights, Allen
"stated that he had planted
them and had been
cultivating them for his
personal use."
Assault, battery
and a side of
salad
In a serious case
of domestic violence,
Candance Schluer, 33, was
arrested for battery on her
live-in boyfriend of five
years, Steven Price, 39, of
Crestview.
"Obviously, Schluer had
been consuming alcohol,"
the arrest report stated,
when, irate that Price "had
used all the cooked chicken
in the refrigerator to use in
his salad," she hit him with
the bowl containing the
salad.
"I observed a green leafy
substance on the right side
of Price's face, as well as in
his right ear," the arresting
Okaloosa Sheriff's deputy
wrote in his report. "I
observed a large portion of
a garden salad on the floor
of the dinning room where
Price stated the incident
occurred," the deputy
added.


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