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Creation Date: June 20, 2007
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Jordan Colclasure, 15, entertains the patrons of Uptown Cafe as their very own piano man.
He plays most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.


Tickling the ivoes


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - With the end of
the school year, area teens often find
themselves working at a variety of
sometimes next-to-menial jobs for the
summer.
Watching the workforce's youngest
members flipping burgers, cleaning
tables, bagging groceries, mowing
lawns and rounding up stray shopping
carts evokes memories in many an


'Piano play ing is

like a dying art.

Younger people

don't do it much

anymore. .


adult of long hours worked for near
miniunum-\\ age paychecks.
, Watching 15-year-old Jordan
Colclasure of Cresthiewv hard at work
at his summer job, however, is sheer
pleasure.
Since the beginning of May, Jordan's.
been tickling the ivories each Thursday.,
Friday and Saturda\ evening at the
Uptown Cafe on Woodruff Avenue.
The Crestxiew High School rising
See IVORIES, A3


He died doing what he loved


Family,


friends


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
HOLT - The first plane John Ewing
piloted was built with crazy glue. The
only wind beneath its wings was Ewing's
hand.
It was many years later that the Holt
native experienced the freedom of the
skies in his very own ultralight aircraft
that he flew for at least 10 years.
"(John) told me if he ever died while
flying to not be upset because he died
doing what he loved," said his wife,
Gayle.
The 61-year-old pilot died Sunday
after a routine flight over North Okaloosa
tragically ended near Johns Pond, located
on a large area of private property off
Cooper Street in Holt.
See LOVED, A3


remember local pilot


Specialto the News Bulletin
Ewing enjoyed sharing his passion for flying with his family, including
his 14-month-old grandson, Raymond John.


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Developments

come to North

Okaloosa
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW - Several developments
are now making headway in joining the
Hub City and the rural community of Lau-
rel Hill.
Development company Lee Freyer Ken-
nedy Crestview, LLC has been approved
by the Board of Okaloosa County Commis-
sioners to establish a community develop-
ment district (CDD) to be called RiverPark
and is negotiating a development agree-
ment with the county.
"A CDD is the most efficient way to fi-
nance a development," said Lee Freyer
Kennedy, the company's owner.
"It allows for better amenities and for a
subdivision to be maintained at a higher
standard than most neighborhoods."
The project, to be located near the Bob
Sikes Airport, will include an estimated 693
homes and town homes at affordable hous-
ing prices.
The third step is obtaining a develop-
ment order to begin phase one, which
calls for the cleaning and repaving of Main
Drive - RiverPark's main entrance. In the
past, the road has been used as an illegal
dumping spot.
"It's going to be gorgeous," said Ken-
nedy'. "We're going to have the first life-
style oriented community and it's, going
to be enironmentally sensitive. A third of
the property is going to remain green with
natural creeks running through it."
In about a month, construction will
begin on another affordable housing de-
velopment called Hunter Creek Estates.
Located one mile west of Laurel Hill along
New Ebenezer Road, the subdivision will
include 94 homes -ith prices ranging from
$135,900 to around $139,900.
"It takes a lot of time, but we're finally
getting things done and working," said
Tommy Batson, the subdivision's private
developer.
Bell Family Homes will be building the
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007


Chedisters host "Celebration of life"


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - With his
wife Trecia at his side, retired
Maj. Gen. Robert "ChedBob"
Chedister whistled for silence.
The hubbub of conversation
around the family back yard and
patio slowly tapered off as the
couple welcomed their guests to
a barbecue coinciding with their
351h wedding anniversary.
"But instead of an anniversary
party, this is a celebration of life
and friends," Trecia Chedister
said. She noted it had been a year
since the general had fallen and
suffered a serious brain injury,
from which he recovered after a
months-long convalescence.
"We're just so grateful for
your friendship and support,"
she told the guests sprawled on
lawn chairs and under canopies
around the rambling home.
"And we're especially grateful
for your prayers."
The more than 100 attendees
at Saturday's barbecue included
friends and family members from
throughout the county, including
those whom Trecia called "my
church family" from Laurel Hill
Presbyterian Church.
School Superintendent Dr.
Alexis Tibbets was seen laughing
with Laurel Hill's citizen of the
year, retired educator Dr. Mabel


Jean Morrison. Supervisor of
Elections Pat Hollarn chatted
over fried chicken and baked
beans with Crestview City
Councilwoman Linda Parker.
Guests toured the Chedister's
home, admiring mementoes
of the general's decades of Air
Force service. Many eyes were
drawn to a unique flag standing
proudly near the front door. Like
many of the pieces, it, too, had
a story.
It was handmade by master
quilter Charlotte Nowak from
flags tattered during storms
but saved by Trecia Chedister.
Throughout the flag, delicate
hand-stitched five-pointed stars
abound. "Charlotte said each
star represents a prayer for Rob,"
Trecia said.
Like many handmade quilts,
it has a name. A fitting name.
"Survivor."
"When Rob came home and
saw it, he took down his two-
star [major-general's flag of
rank] and he said, 'This is my
flag from now on.'"
The Chedisters retired to
the home outside of Laurel Hill
following his last assignment
as commander of the world's
largest military base. It was a
return to the area they came to
love when, as a young flyer, he
was first assigned to Eglin in
1980.


Brian Hughes I Crestview\ News Bullenn


Today's Weather


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thunder-
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pecially in
the morning.
High 89F.


Sunrise:
5:43 AM
Sunset:


96/67
A few
clouds.
Highs in the
mid 90s and
lows in the
upper 60s.


Sunrise:
5:44 AM
Sunset:


97/67
Mix of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
upper 90s
and lows in
the upper
60s.

Sunrise:
5:44 AM
Sunset:
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Mix of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
mid 90s and
lows in the
upper 60s.


Sunrise:
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Sunset:
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Mix of sun
and clouds.
Highs in the
mid 90s and
lows in the
low 70s.


Sunrise:
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Sunset:
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Florida At A Glance


Jacksonville
84,75


88/72


Tampa
67r74


Above: Maj. Gen Robert and Trecia Chedister welcome their guests.
Below Left: Pat Hollarn and Linda Parker visit over plates of barbecue.
Below Right: Trecia Chedister and "Survivor," the flag quilted from tattered flags she'd rescued following
storms.
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Area Cities


Clearwater 86
Crestview 89
Daytona Beach 90
Fort Lauderdale 89
Fort Myers 89
Gainesville 83
Hollywood 90
Jacksonville 84
Key West 89
Lady Lake 87
Lake City 84
Madison 85
Melbourne 91
Miami 89,
N Smyrna Beach 88


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Orlando 91 73
Panama City 87 75
Pensacola 88 72
Plant City 90 72
Pompano Beach 89 75
Port Charlotte 90 73
Saint Augustine 86 73
Saint Petersburg 86 76
Sarasota 86 75
Tallahassee 85 72
Tampa 87 74
Titusville 91 72
Venice 87 75
W Palm Beach 91 '75


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Chicago
Dallas
Denver
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Left: Trecia Chedister and Dr. Alexis Tibbets
Right: Members of Trecia Chedister's "church family" Include Dr. Mabel Jean Morrison, Bertle Ann Curenton
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properties.
In addition, the Laurel
Hill City Council recently
approved a CDD for a mas-
ter planned community,
Harmony Village at Laurel
Hill, a project by Destin de-
veloper, Percentages, LLC.
According to developer
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provide for onsite infrastruc-
ture and offsite required im-
provements, such as improv-
ing the current water system
and establishing a waste-wa-
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Percentages will set up a
temporary treatment plant


until a more permanent facil-
ity is constructed, said Slat-
tery.
The estimated 400-acre lot
that's to be transformed into
about 890 homes called Har-
mony Village is located di-
rectly across from City Hall
and is still under contract to
purchase by Percentages.
"(But) we'll be breaking
ground before the end of the
year," said a confident Slat-
tery.
Harmony Village doesn't
have to stay within the af-
fordable housing district,
said Nikki Slattery, a partner


in the project.
"We're the only one
geared towards true afford-
ability," said Nikki, a listing
broker for Sand Dollar Prop-
erties who will be offering
Harmony Village during de-
velopment.
And there's no income
limitation for qualification,
she added. It's open to ev-
eryone. The homes will start
around $116,280 and not ex-
ceed $165,500.
To view a layout plan of
one of Harmony's homes or
for more information, visit
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LOVED, continued from 1


In an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office report,
witnesses said Ewing blew
his horn and waved to them
as he soared over the pond.
While circling back on a west
heading, it appeared Ewing
lost control of the plane as
it descended around 5:35
p.m., the report said.
The right wing
impacted with a pine tree
approximately 45 feet from
the ground before hitting
two more trees and finally
getting lodged about 10 feet
off the ground in two other
pine trees located 200 feet
from the south side of the
pond.
At some point, Ewing was
ejected from the cockpit.
"He's really going to
be missed by everybody
who knew him," said Holt
resident Al Brown.
For the past 25 years,
Brown and Ewing had
shared a friendship
that included a mutual
fascination with aviation.
"We were both very
interested in computer
aviation games," said
Brown. "He was much,
much better than me
though."


Situated just a mile or
so from the accident is an
old repair shop that Ewing
and his wife operated for 15
years before selling. Ewing
was well known for his skill
of fixing small engines, such
as lawn mowers.
Two years ago, upon
moving to Milton, the
mechanic/pilot decided to
test his hand at teaching, and
one year later he joined the
CHOICE Institute faculty
at Fort Walton Beach High
School as an automotive
instructor.
"He was one of those
unique individuals who
could combine a rigorous
classroomwithrelationships
with students," said Frank
Fuller, chief officer of the
CHOICE Institute.
Even though it was short-
lived, Ewing's likeable
standing as a teacher
seemed to precede him. His
class had a full roster for the
upcoming fall semester.
"The kids will take this
hard," said Fuller.
"He was just a fun and
knowledgeable person to
talk with and be around,"
s,, said, Brown. "I've never
1i "H d anyone say anything


bad about him."
According to friends
and family, Ewing would
do anything for anybody,
whether he knew them or
not.
But he also had a
reputation as a jokester and
once buzzed the home of
his mother, Jessie Ewing, to
be silly.
"I remember he called
me afterwards and said,
'Did you see me? Did you
hear me?'"
Unimpressed with 'the
little stunt, mom warned
him to never do that again
- a good pilot or not.
"He was really a
wonderful son," said Jessie.
"I'm so proud of him."
Though she was
repeatedly invited to, Jessie
never joined her son for a
ride in the clouds. Daughter,
Michelle, however, did share
in her father's first love and
took gliding lessons.
"I flew many times with
him," she said.
"John never had a
destination when he flew,"
said Gayle. "He just flew
up and around Holt and
Crestview. He just loved
flying like a bird."


IVORIES, continued from 1


sophomore started piano
lessons five years ago, and
presently studies under the
tutelage of the city's first
lady, Shirley Cadle, wife of
Mayor David Cadle.
The first song that Jordan
was paid to perform was
"Don't Let the Sun Go Down
On Me."
Impressed by Jordan's
dedicated piano practicing,


an electrician working at the
family's home told him he'd
give Jordan $50 if he could
play it flawlessly. Upon his
next visit, the young pianist
surprised the contractor by
having learned the request.
And the electrician was true
to his word.
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Cafe manager Darlene Allen,
who said the restaurant has
a tradition of providing live
music for its patrons. "They
tip him well," she added.
Jordan has developed a
repertoire that appeals to a
surprisingly broad spectrum
of tastes.
"Some of the older piano
songs people recognize and
enjoy," said Allen. "He also
plays 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
by Queen and that's real
popular, too."
Jordan's eclectic mix of
music combines everything
from The Eagles to Duke
Ellington and even the All-
American Rejects.
. "We also asked him to
learn 'The Entertainer,'" said
Allen.
The Manhattan Transfer's
perky "Lullaby of Birdland"
mingles with The Animals'
"House of the Rising Sun."
Sir Elton John's "Benny and
the Jets" is followed a few
tunes later by "Angelina,"
the memorable theme song
to the TV series "Taxi."
And classics, including
Beethoven's familiar "Ftir
Elise" and "La Donna
e Mobile" from Verdi's
"Rigolleto," aren't neglected
either.
Jordan is presently
working on a fourth one-hour
set, which includes familiar
music from "Carmen" and
"some Ray Charles," he
said. "But his music is kinda
complicated."
What's his favorite tune
to play? "'It Ends Tonight' by
the All-American Rejects,"
he was quick to say, tinkling
a few bars of the pop tune.
"Piano playing is like
a dying art," said Darlene
Allen. "Younger people don't
do it much anymore."
Working only for tips -
and a plate of the Uptown
Cafe's renowned Italian
cuisine - Jordan Colclasure
can be heard Thursday,
Friday and Saturday nights
from 5:30 until 8:30.


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Desk
Kelly Humphrey

Conventional wisdom
tells us that there are three
great lies that people tell.
One is "The check is in the
mail." The other is "One size
fits all." The third is "I'm
from the government and
I'm here to help you."
This month, the citizens
of Florida heard from
their representatives in
Tallahassee, who met in
special session just to help
us.
Their goal, so we're
told, was to enact property
tax reform. And anyone
who's seen his or her
mortgage payment increase
dramatically over the past
couple of years thanks to
increased property taxes can
certainly testify to the need
for help.
But like everything in life,
there's no such thing as a
perfect solution.
Under the Legislature's
plan, the state government
will force local governments
to roll back their ad valorem
taxes to 2005 levels. And
while this might seem like
welcome news to the folks
back home, it comes with
strings attached.
During the real estate
boom of a couple of years
ago, local governments rode
the tidal wave of ever-
increasing property values.
Their fattened coffers paid
for increases in police and
fire protection, new parks,
new public buildings, and
other services we've come to
enjoy.
Now that the Legislature
has issued its mandate,
it's up to our local
representatives to pull out
their scalpels and cut their
budgets. The big question, of
course, is where should they
begin?
What services are we
willing to trim in order to
make the budget ends meet?
Police and fire protection?
Public works? Parks and
recreation?
You can express your
opinion about where
possible cuts should begin
by voting in the News
Bulletin's online poll.
Visit our Web site at www.
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We'll publish the results
in next Wednesday's
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vocal about the need for
honesty and accountability
in our government, and
a key component of an
honest and accountable
government is a Congress
that is clear and upfront
about its fiscal priorities.
If we can't shoot straight
with the American people
about our federal budget -
how much our government
programs cost and how we
are going to pay for them -
then we shouldn't be here.
Not only have the
administration and its
supporters in Congress
failed in this respect, they
also have failed to act as
responsible stewards of our
hard-earned tax dollars.
Over the last six years,
they increased spending


Strengthening our budget process


levels by more than $260
billion and added $3
trillion to the national debt.
Spending more than we
take in is an unsustainable
path that will damage our
economy, our standard of
living, and ultimately, our
national security, and this
irresponsible fiscal policy is
exactly what the Blue Dog
Coalition is working to
put an end to in the 110th
Congress.
Recently, the Blue Dogs
introduced the "Blue
Dog Fiscal Accountability
Package," three pieces
of legislation that would
further restore fiscal
discipline to the federal
government after years of
budgetary mismanagement
and irresponsible deficit
spending. These bills
reflect the core principles
- fiscal responsibility,
government accountability,
and honesty in the budget
process - that are the very
foundation of the Blue Dog
Coalition.
The primary component
of the Blue Dog Fiscal


Accountability Package
is a balanced budget
amendment. This
constitutional amendment
would hold the federal
government to the same,
common sense standard as
the 49 states that already
require an annual balanced
budget, including our
state of Florida. Further,
this amendment would
prohibit cuts in Social
Security benefits from ever
being used to balance the
budget. Also, the balanced
budget requirement
can be waived with a
three-fifths vote in the
House and the Senate
to ensure the necessary
flexibility in cases of war,
natural disaster, or severe
.economic downturn.
The implementation
of a balanced budget
amendment is critical if we
are ever going to restore
honesty and accountability
to the fiscal process.
The Blue Dogs also are
working to build on the
efforts we have already
made this year to require


the federal government
to live within its means
with the return to pay-as-
you-go (PAYGO) spending
rules. The second piece of
legislation would reinstate
PAYGO rules into law. and
put into place additional
caps on spending by the
federal government. Used
together, these proven
effective policies were
instrumental in producing
budget surpluses in the
late 1990s and early 2000s.
The last piece of
legislation presents
reasonable solutions to
longstanding, and rarely
mentioned, problems in
Congress. All too often,
members of Congress
are forced to vote on
legislation without
knowing exactly how
much the legislation
will cost the American
people. This contradicts
my beliefs and those of
my fellow Blue Dogs. This
measure takes steps to
allow sufficient time to
examine legislation and
determine its actual cost.


This bill also would ensure
that members of Congress
have at least three days
to review the final text of
any bill before voting. It is
unacceptable for members
of Congress to vote on
legislation, often hundreds
of pages long, with little or
no time to understand how
it will affect the people we
represent, and the Blue
Dog bill will put an end to
this practice.
As the leader of the Blue
Dog Coalition, I am firmly
committed to restoring the
fiscal integrity of our great
country, and all of these
measures are real steps
toward accomplishing this
goal. If enacted into law,
these reforms will help to
strengthen our economy
and reduce the deficit,
thereby increasing national
saving and promoting
economic growth. I am
eager to continue working
in Congress to tackle our
financial problems now
so that we can all enjoy
economic health in the
future.


A look at Iran and the Mideast


About

- Congress

Lou Frey

A panel at the Former
Members of Congress
annual spring meeting,
titled The Better
Understanding of the
Muslim World, featured
Dr. Ahmad Iravani
(Director of Islamic Studies
and Dialogue at Catholic
Univ ersity's Center for
Sthe Studv of Cultures
and Values), Dr. Trita
Parsi (President of the
Natural Iranian American
Council), Ambassador
Edward S. Walker Jr.,
and Christian A. Johnson.
(Distinguished Professor of
Global Political Theory at
Hamilton College).
An interesting
perspective was presented
by Parsi. He said that
after 9-11 the Bush
Administration reached
out to Iran for help in
Afghanistan. Iran had been
at war with the Taliban
for a number of years and
was delighted to help in
our efforts against them.
However, six weeks after
their cooperation and our
success in Afghanistan
President Bush included
them in his "Axis of Evil"
speech. This shook up


the establishment in Iran
and cost the jobs of many
in Iran who had favored
cooperation with the
United States. Despite
this, in 2003 Iran sent a
proposal to the United
States through the Swiss
Ambassador, called a Road
Map to Peace or "grand
plan." This included
opening up the nuclear
plants to U. S. inspections,
the end of support for the
Jihad and Hamas. and
signing on to the Saudi
Peace Plan, which was an
indirect t way of recognizing
Israel. There was no
response from the White
House and the feeling in
Iran was that the problem
the United States had with
Iran was not their policies
but the political and
military power of Iran. The
conclusion was why bother
to try to negotiate with the
United States.
This indicates that the
problem is not with just the
president of Iran, but with
the religious leaders and
others in power in Iran.
Professor Parsi said you
must remember that Iran
from a military standpoint
is not interested in the use
of atomic weapons. Right
now they have a strong
conventional military force
and atomic weapons gives
power to smaller countries.
The bomb is a last resort.


Israel is talking a tough
game, but privately is
cautious. The problem
Israel has is not the use of
the bomb against them, but
the threat of the bomb on
its negotiations. Professor
Parsi said that there are
some Jews in Iran and 40
Jewish synagogues in Iran,
15 in Tehran, which could
have an impact on what
Israel's negotiations will be
on Iran.
WVhere we are today
is neither nation, Iran
or the U.S., trusts each
other. As a matter of fact '
the mistrust is high on
both sides. A good start
would be for the U.S. to lift
sanctions on the activities
of Non-Governmental
Organizations (NGO's)
in Iran. This would at
least start the process and
the NGO's could be the
best ambassadors for the
United States.
Ambassador Walker,
one of our most
experienced ambassadors,
was asked about the
possibility of war with
Iran. He said there is
always a possibility if
nuclear weapons are
involved, and war can't
be totally dismissed. He
indicated that there have
been talks with the Iranian
ambassador in 2003 on the
"grand plan," but it never
went anywhere within


the administration. Today,
if the U.S. position is for
a change in government
in Iran, there is not much
hope of any kind of
dialogue. The ambassador
indicated that you can't
deal with the Mideast
as one. There are a lot
of different countries
.and about 10 different
structures within the Islam
religion, from moderate to
fanatical. The ambassador
pointed out that we have to
understand the countries
more and be careful:of -
what we say and do. For
instance, referring to a
"crusade against terrorism"
does not help within the
Muslim world, where the
crusades still have a strong
negative image.
He says it is also
important to try to
ascertain and explain
what your objectives
are and confine the U.S.
objectives to what is most
important. For instance,
women not driving in
Saudi is important but
not the most important
issue in our dealings with
the Muslim world. Our
diplomats must be given
some flexibility and not
be required to speak from
notes. The ambassador
added that this was not a
problem for many senior
U.S. diplomats, but could
be for some of the newer


and younger ones.
Dr. Iravani said there
have been 27 years of
hostility going back to the
1979 revolution in Iran.
This revolution inspired
many of the young people
in Iran who arenow in
power today. In the billion
plus Muslim world, the
vast majority are Sunni
and only 20 percent are
Shi'a. In Iran over 90
percent are Shi'a and the
Shi'a leaders are interested
in religion first. Under
the Iranian constitution
the religious leader is the .
most powerful, with the
president second in power.
The professor suggested
that possibly our president
ought to send scholars
and religious leaders
to begin talks from a
religious standpoint in
Iran. We can't forget that
the supreme leader is the
key to our relations with
Iran. There are anywhere
from 800,000 to two million
Iranians living in the U.S.
Many of them are wealthy,
have no connections
politically in Iran, and have
been assimilated into U.S.
society. Within Iran most of
the hardliners in leadership
want the U.S. out of the
region. The United States
has a Voice of America,
which is not working well
within Iran. The problem
with Iran will not go away.


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Phillips of Coker, Ala.
Andrea is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Till, of
Coker, and the granddaughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Haley,
Baker, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Till, Greenville, Ala.
Kyle is the son of Rev. and Mrs.
Roger Phillips, Coker, AL, and
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Frederick, Palatka,
Fla., and the late Bill Phillips
and Mrs. Maxine Phillips,
Cookville, Tenn.
Dr. Gerald Haley,
grandfather of the bride,
officiated at the double ring
ceremony.
The bride chose her sister,
Erin Wilson, as matron of


marriage
honor. Other attendants were
Joyce Haley, grandmother
of the bride, Rachel Tackett,
Joy Tiley, Audrey Clifton,
Erin Toole, Heather Macafee,
Lauren Haley, and Allison
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Stewart, and Riley Henderson.
"Baby Flower Girl" was Haley
Wilson, seven-month-old
niece of the bride.
The groom chose his father
as best man. Other attendants
were Grayson Phillips, Chip
Till, Brandon Ingle, Scott
Wilson, Jason Toole, Mike
Macafee, Caleb Macafee and
Gary Ingle. Ring bearer was
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A reception followed in
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honeymooned in Mexico.
They now reside in Coker.


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adults avoid becoming
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program first launched in
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ago.
It partners the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office
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organizations to prevent
fraud and exploitation of
older adults, increase fraud
detection andreporting, and
provide victim support. It's
free of charge as part of the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
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CASE Partnership staff
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likely to be targeted for
scams and fraud. CASE
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protect themselves."
Secretary Holly Benson
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Business and Professional
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particularly unlicensed
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partnerships like CASE,
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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin CRIME WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

DWF, 38, has own car,
needs anger management
Who has the right of way on
North Okaloosa roads when two
vehicles meet often confounds
local motorists.
When a Crestview couple, with
their 10 month old and 8 year old
in the car, tried to exercise their
right of way on June 6, another
Hub City resident allegedly
barged ahead.
The victim expressed her
displeasure with the other driver's
poor motoring skills, according






City of Crestview
6/11: Ferlando James, 23, of
1107 South Wilson St., Crestview,
was charged with two counts of
trespassing. * Carmelo Anaya, 24, of
2848 Old Mill Way, Crestview, was
charged with driving while his license
was suspended. * Everett L. Johnson,
28, of 4689 Cahokia Run, Crestview,
was charged with driving while his
license was suspended.
6/12: Hernandez Pedro Morra, 49,
of 977 East Chestnut Ave. Crestview,
was charged with battery, aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon without
the intent to kill and driving while never
having a license issued. * Antonio L.
Hinson, 22, of 404 Okaloosa Ave.,
Pensacola, was charge with petit
theft and possession of codeine. * A
17 year-old juvenile, of Pensacola,
was issued a notice to appear on the
offenses of petit theft and possession
of codeine. * Isaac J. Blackshear, Jr.,
20, of 214 Barr St., Crestview, was
charged with five counts of aggravated
assault with a firearm, six counts of
discharging a firearm in public and
improper exhibition of a firearm. *
Shawn A. Noe, 34, of 1406 North 12th
Avenue, Bessemer, AL, was charged
with a DUI.
6/13: Latoya D. Tape, 18, of 706
north Parkway #4, Fort Walton Beach,
was charged with grand theft auto.
Okaloosa County
6/15: Nicholas William Mahan,
28, of 1125 Farmer St., Crestview,
was charged with not registering as a
sexual offender.


the sheriff's report, by yelling "at
the defendant out of the window."
The other woman took
umbrage at the rebuke and
pursuing the family east on East
James Lee Boulevard, "attempted
to run them off the roadway."
Witnesses "stated that
the defendant was driving
aggressively and swerving into
the (defendant's) lane of traffic."
When they stopped to let the irate
woman drive on her way, the report
said she stopped, "approached
the victim and became verbally
combative." After more "driving
aggressively and yelling," she
followed the family home, "where
a verbal altercation ensued."
While it may have assuaged
the alleged aggressor's bruised
ego, her performance earned her
an arrest for aggravated assault /
battery with a motor vehicle.
One wonders, do they have
anger management classes in
jail?
All in the Family
Ah, this might explain the
stress shown by the motorist cited
above.


Her ex-husband, also of
Crestview, was arrested last week
on charges of battery and resisting
an officer.
Summoned to the scene of a
domestic disturbance, a deputy
observed a brouhaha underway
in the parking lot of an apartment
complex on West James Lee
Boulevard. "The victim showed
me a slight injury to her finger,"
the officer reported, sustained,
apparently when "the defendant
started to yell and throw items at
her." When the defendant defied
two orders to stay put, the deputy
handcuffed him, at which time
he "threatened to kick me with
his steel toe boots," the deputy
reported.
"While en route to the jail," the
deputy's narrative continued, "the
defendant called me derogatory
names and made threats towards
me and my family. The defendant
did intentionally hit his head on
the cage wall."
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Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 3:00 p.m.
Niceville Community Center - 204 N. Partin Drive (SR285) - Niceville City Hall Complex
The agenda will include the following items
1. PUBLIC HEARING - Endorsement of 1V2008-2012 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
2. Endorsement of 2007 Ohaloosa Count Transportation Disadvantaged Service Plan (TDSP) Major Update
3. Endorsement of 2007 Walton Count Transportation Disadvantaed Service Plan (TDSP) Update
4. Approval of Member Certifications for the Ohaloosa County and Walton Countg Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordiating Boards
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Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Boards Annual Review of the Communig Transportation
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Other TPO related meetings currently scheduled for June 21, 2007 at Niceville City Hall Complex:
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* TPO Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) Meeting -11:00 a.m. in City Hall
* TPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Meeting - 1:30 p.m. in Community Center
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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, 0.71� ACRES OF CON-
TIGUOUS LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 6,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, AND
BEING DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH HEREIN;
PROVIDING 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 inte d 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".


The Crestview Fire
Department will be hosting
a fundraiser for the Allen
Hoffman family.
Hoffman worked
with the Crestview Fire
Department as Battalion
Chief.
He died in an automobile
accident on May 21,
2007, leaving behind a
wife, three children and a
granddaughter.
The Fire Department is
pre-selling Boston butts for
$25 to be picked up over
the next four weekends,
beginning June 29.
Only 100 tickets will be
sold each weekend. You
can purchase a ticket at the
Fire Department at 321 W.
Woodruff Ave.
Roasts can be picked up
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at
the Crestview Community.
Center at 1446 Commerce
Drive.
For more information,
call 682-6121 or 682-1959.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Firefighters and family pay respects to
Batallion Chief Allen Hoffman at his funeral May 25.


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Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

Have you ever
wondered how we' select
our books, DVDs, CDs
and other collections at the
Crestview Library? We, the
staff, are just as diverse in
taste as our patrons. The
only difference is that part
of our job is to keep track
of individual interests in
order to satisfy as many
patrons as possible. Our
Collection development
depends on it.
When our director
receives purchasing
catalogs, she hands them
out to everyone on staff.
We then place a checkmark
on the items we believe our
patrons would enjoy.
Having direct contact
with individuals allows
us to see what is being
checked out. Many times
I have witnessed four or
five books by one author
checked out by one patron.
When asked why that
particular author, the
response is always the
same - they simply love
the story and the style of
writing. Another response
is that the author has a
compelling series. The
reader does not have to say
good-bye to their favorite
characters. Instead, they
get to look forward to the
time they can meet them
again in another setting
that is just as riveting as


the last.
We remember those
conversations with patrons
while perusing the catalogs
and library magazines to
place our checkmarks. I find
it exciting when I actually
find a new author a patron
has requested. I know that
feeling when a book is like
a long lost friend suddenly
found again with a lot of
catching up to do.
Interaction with our
patrons, of course, is not
limited to the items we
have for check out. We
have an extensive list of
programs for all ages lined
up this summer.

PROGRAMS:
Toddlers: June 27 Lap
Sit for "Happy Birthday"
at 10:15 a.m. - Designed for
toddlers under the age of 3
and their caregiver.
Preschoolers: June 20 -
21 Story Time for "Comics"
(must be at least 3 years
old unless an older sibling
comes along) convenes
at 10:15 a.m. for stories,
songs, and finger-plays in
the Meeting Room.
June 20: Picture Book
Club will also feature
"Comics" but is geared
for children ages 6 and up,
focusing on stories, songs,
and a craft. Meeting time is
scheduled at 10:15 a.m. in
the Story Room.
Intermediate: June
21 The Chapter Book Club
is for children ages 9 and


up who enjoy chapter
looks. Meet Ms. Becky in
the Story Room from 10:15
a.m. until about 11 a.m.
on Thursday. Exceptions
will be made for younger
children who can prove
they are ready to read this
summer's chapter books,
but please see Ms. Heather
first.
Teens: June 21 The Teen
Book Club is for teens only.
Registration is at the front
desk. At that time you may
give your preference for the
day of the week, time and
titles. We are now meeting
on Thursday at 2 p.m.
Adults: July 3 First
Tuesday Lecture "Europe
Bound: Tips for the
Independent Traveler"
will be presented by Brian
Hughes, travel columnist
for the Crestview News
Bulletin / Northwest
Florida Daily News.
Hughes' seminar will cover
the basic and necessary
plans for your trip.
Included in those plans
are passport and travel
documents, choosing a rail
pass, luggage and packing
it, money matters, traveling
by train and budget airline,
eating and sleeping within
your budget, how to get
around town, and most
important, your personal
safety while traveling
overseas. Coffee and
cookies will be served at 10
a.m. with the presentation
beginning at 10:30 a.m.

STAFF PICKS:
"Deja Vu" in DVD
format starring Denzel
Washington. This intriguing
film must be watched with
an open mind to alternative


possibilities of reality as we
know it. It is action -packed
and moves fast. Denzel is
at his best trying to figure
out the puzzle of what
appears to be a terrorist
attack, a seemingly related
murder, and the computer-
generated programs he is
given to solve it. For those
who love nonstop action, a
good mystery, and a love
story, this is a must see.
DVD Dejh Vu.
"Where the Germs Are:
A Scientific Guide to the
Microbes You'll Meet in
Everyday Life" Nicholas
Bakalar. What caught my
eye was right on the back-
cover: "Your toothbrush
is dirtier than your toilet
seat." The author then lists
a host of germs that are
on your toothbrush right
now.
He even lists certain
bacterium that can make
you sick even after it's been
boiled beyond survival. As
serious and grotesque as it
sounds, this author writes
with an ease that is both
readable and witty.
He provides information
on how we can live with
these germs, like it or not,
no matter what we do.
616.9 Bak
"The Good Husband of
Zebra Drive" Alexander
McCall Smith. The latest
novel in the No. 1 Ladies'
Detective Agency series
does not disappoint the
faithful fans of Botswana's
Precious Ramotswe and
her band of characters. The
husband of Precious is Mr.
J.L.B. Matekoni. He wants
to try his hand at detective
work and thinks he will be
a good investigator.


Hoffman fundraiser set


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Firefighters of the round
Ann Spann I Cret-r ie% Ne% s Bullenn
Members of the Crestview Fire Department Local Union 2680 describe this recently constructed table as
"a labor of love." The table has been placed at the Crestview Hooters and is inscribed with the words, "in
loving memory of Allen Hoffmon, our brother." Capt. Rick Brown did the art and woodburning,
Tony Mosley and Lt. Scott Mayville built the table and Capt. Rodney Lancaster, Union
Treasure helped to secure funding and materials.


Janice F. Young
City Clerk


.June 13, 2007












A8 I Crestview News Bulletin


WHAT'S HAPPENING


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007


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From staff reports

JUNE

BURN BAN ADVISORY
STILL IN EFFECT: Although
Florida's Commissioner of
Agriculture, Charles Bronson,
has rescinded the bum ban
advisory for much of the
state, Okaloosa County
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 bum
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.
HEALTHY WOMAN
SEMINAR: You and your
friends are invited to join North
Okaloosa Medical Center for
its next free monthly Healthy
Woman event.


"Don't Let Your Summer
Picnics Spoil Your Summertime
Fun" will be presented on
Thursday at 6 p.m. at Woodlawn
Baptist Church, 824 N. Ferdon
Ave., Crestview.
Elaine Courtney from the
University of Florida - Okaloosa
County Extension office will
discuss preventative measures
to safely prepare dishes for
outdoor dining.
A light dinner and door
prizes will be provided.
Space is limited. Please RSVP
by today.
Register online at www.
northokaloosa.com or call 689-
8446.
JONESFAMILYREUNION:
The 21st Annual Jones Family
Reunion will be held Saturday,
June 30 at the Cluster Springs
Baptist Church in Liberty, Fla.
All relatives and friends are
invited to attend the 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. event. Everyone is asked
to bring a dish to share at a
noon potluck. Drinks and paper
plates will be provided.
The reunion is hosted by
the descendants of Horace and


Emily Jones, who raised a large
family in the Liberty community.
Everyone is encouraged to
bring pictures, mementos and
family recipes to share. For
details, contact Elmer Jones of
DeFuniak Springs at (850) 892-
9561 or Marsha Jones Cox of
Niceville at (850) 897-4801.
CHS CLASS OF 1977
REUNION: The 30-year
reunion of the Crestview High
School Class of 1977 will take
place Friday, June 29, at 6:30
p.m. at the new Coach 'N' Four
Restaurant on John King Road.
E-mail Georgie Kelley at gkc21@
aol.com for details.
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.
0 DONORS NEEDED: The
American Red Cross is calling
upon all eligible blood donors,
especially those with Types,
0 and B, to give blood over
the coming weeks in order to


help maintain a safe and stable
blood supply. A collection of 700
units per day is needed to meet
current hospital requests for
blood and blood products.
The American Red Cross is
particularly in need of 0 donors,
both Type 0 positive and Type
O 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 Rd. (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.
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. For more information,
call 683-0023 or e-mail info@
northokaloosahumanesociety.
org.
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.
MAIN STREET
INTERSECTIONS TO CLOSE:
Beginning July 1, motorists can
expect dosed 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.
UWF OFFERS "INTERNET
MAPPING FOR REALTORS":


The University of West Florida
Division of Continuing
Education will offer "Internet
Mapping for Realtors" on
Friday, July 6 through 27, from
7:30 to 8:30 a.m., on the UWF
Main Campus. The enrollment
fee is $99 per person.
The course is designed to
enhance Realtors' knowledge
and usage of Internet mapping
services that utilize GIS
technology.
The curriculum is focused
primarily on Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties, but much
of the course content can be
applied to other counties. It
is designed for beginning to
intermediate users of Internet
mapping Web sites.
For more information or to
enroll, contact the UWF Division
of Continuing Education at (850)
474-2914 or visit ContinuingEd.
uwf.edu.
ADULT TUTORS
NEEDED: The AmeriCorps
program at Okaloosa-Walton
College is seeking committed
adults to tutor youth who have
limited English language skills.
Fluency in Spanish or another
foreign language is not required.
AmeriCorps members serve in
Okaloosa and Walton County
elementary, middle, and high
schools beginning Aug. 15.
Applications must be received
by July 16. Tutors must be at
least 17 years of age and have
a high school diploma, GED or
higher education.
OWC is seeking 24
full-time and 10 half time

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Blvd.
Please contact Leigh Ann at
683-0950 or Ron at 689-3932 for
more information.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: The lectures begin
at 10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Crestview Public Library
on the first Tuesday of each
month. Each month there will
be a different presentation on
many interesting topics.
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive 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 IL DC ARE
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.
HERITAGE MUSEUM
VOLUNTEERS: Use your
talent, skills and creativity to
benefit the community and help
preserve local history.
Volunteer training is
available in all areas of museum
operations, including exhibit
tours, meet and greet, special
events and archives. For more
information on the volunteer
opportunities, contact Carol
Visalpatara at 678-2615 or at
cvisalpatara@co.okaloosa.fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloosa YMCA.
If you have a service to offer,
time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please
contact Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE
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and teen volunteers are needed.
Volunteers serve in different
ways to assist both the patient
and the entire family. Several
methods 'of voltwIteerng are
available, including working
directly with patients, clerical,
fundraising, bereavement and
public relations opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
volunteer coordinator, at 689-
0300.
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and concerned about alcohol
and drugs, free and confidential
help is available. All pregnant
women are eligible for priority
substance abuse treatment
services.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
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The Bob Sikes Library
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folk artist Toby Hollinghead
during July and August.
Hollinghead lives in
Opp, Ala., where she
is owner of The Grab
Bag Gallery. But she has
deep roots in rural North
Okaloosa County.
"I am thrilled to be able
to exhibit here. Most of my
growing up years were
spent here and a lot of my
work reflects the sands and
rivers of the area," stated
Hollinghead.
Hollinghead is a self-
taught artist and has
painted professionally for
only eight years. Her work
reflects life experiences
in the rural South where
times were often hard for
her family as their mother
struggled to raise seven


children alone.
She began painting
in 1998 with a paint set
received as a Christmas
gift from her youngest
daughter, who had watched
her mother sketch and draw
for years.
"I just pushed the color
around," she explained
about her first experiences
with a paint brush.
The paint unlocked a
passion that Hollinghead
didn't know was there,
and she has not stopped
painting since.
"It has been a blessing
that every painting I do has
felt the same as the first one.
The Lord just gifted that joy
to me," said Hollinghead.
Memories depicted
in her work range from
working in cotton and
tobacco fields as a child,
to baptisms in Shoal River
near the Dorcas community,
where her mother moved


the Goodwin family in the
early 1960's.
She has sold more than
600 paintings and her
work has been featured
in shows in New York
City, Atlanta, and most
recently, ARTropolis, a
celebration of arts, antiques
and culture in Chicago.
Her style varies from
folk art, impressionism,
contemporary and
abstracts.
Hollinghead's art can be
seen in local galleries, such
as Strickland's Fine Art in
Florala, Ala., Graffiti's in
Destin and Big Momma's
in Grayton Beach.
But the big boost in her
career came when her work
was taken on by Marcia
Weber Art Objects in
Montgomery, Ala.
Weber buys and sells
rare and unusual one-of-
a-kind works of art for her
gallery and features many


Contemporary folk artist, Toby Goodwin Hollinghead talks about her
work at the Bob Sikes Library in Crestview, where her paintings
will be exhibited during July and August.


of the artists in national
shows.
"For her to take my art
on was a big boost in my
confidence. It took me years
to get use to hearing people
referring to me as an artist,"
Hollinghead explained.


Hollinghead has been
featured on Alabama Public
Television, and she has
worked with art students
at Lurleen B. Wallace Jr.
College and MacArthur
State Technical College. She
also serves on the board


for the Opp Arts Cultural
League.
When asked how a self
taught artist has evolved
to where she is today,
Hollinghead modestly said,
"I just got better at pushing
the color around."


JROTC cadets attend leadership camp

MIDWAY, Fla. - One hundred fifty-five .
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets, ,.
representing 15 high schools from eight ..
panhandle counties, participated in the 2007 .
Camp Gadsden Cadet Leadership Challenge
recently.
The cadets, who %%ill be sophomores, juniors,
and seniors this fall, faced a variety of challenges
designed to build personal skills and confidence
and instill teamwork. Activities included
traversingaland navigationcoutrse, rappellingoff ' "
a 50-foot tower, negotiated a leadership reaction &O a
course, learned dro\\ n-proofing techniques, and
climbed a rock wall, among other things.
The goal of the JROTC program is to motivate
young people to be better citizens through
physically and mentally challenging hands-
on training designed to develop leadership,
discipline, teamwork, and self-confidence.
JROTC Senior and Assistant Army Instructors
ArmyN Coast Guard, Marine, and Florida
National Guard recruiters; guard and other
military retirees, and Leon County SWAT Team.
officers comprised the training staff and support
personnel.
Participating schools included FAMU, Godby,
Leon, and Rickards from Tallahassee; East
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County, Holmes County; Columbia; Gonzalez
JROTC PublJc Atfalr-. Otine Tate; Chipley and Vernon from Washington J
Dstview High School shows off his rappelling County; and Crestview and Baker from Okaloosa Cadet Chris Lukas of Baker HigI
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ave come comparable indicators that
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tal Drive. "Treatment consists of
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Therapist, extremities," Jenkins said.
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related injuries, walk-ins are
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"or sometimes insurance will
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Jenkins became certified
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Originally from the Oxford
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England before practicing
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Maryland and Orlando. She
relocated to Crestview two
years ago.
For appointments,, call
the Orthopedic and Sports
Physical Therapy Center at
(850) 683-0077.


Brian Hughes I Crest it. News. Bulletin
Physical therapist Ruth Jenkins is
one of only 200 certified
Orthopedic Manual Therapists in
the nation. She came to
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007


Creepy:.., Slimy.
Poisonous. .Ugly.
These are only a few of
the words that ,describe
many people's negative
,feeling tow-ards snakes,
lizards, toads and other
reptiles and amphibians. .
They just have a tough
time getting people to
think of them in a positive
light. F- en their collective'
name, herps. comes from'
a /-Greek, term meaning
"creeping things"."
But they have their"
good points. \While all


snakes are predators,
most' are harmless.
They're b-eneficial to
humans because they-
prey ofi rodents. As aa
matter of fact, snakes are
the world's most effective
natural control on rodent
population.
These animals called
Sherps.suchassalamanders.
frogs, lizards, snakes and
toads, . are- part of, the
.balance of.. nature you
learned about. in grade
school. Their health is an
indicator of the health of


the environment.
Don't think of the lowly
toad as' ah un\nwanted
guest. If "ou invite a-toad
to dinner, it will eat the
.things you most want
to get rid of. Slugs and
mosquitoes are among its
favorite meals. Toads eat
insects and invertebrates.
.Lizards are probably the
most familiarof all reptiles.
There are more than 3,500
different types ot lizards
throughout the world,
existing in all climates.
Lizards are as diverse as


their dwellings. They are
often misunderstood and
feared because of a lack of
knowledge and exposure.
The truth is. lizards, like
so many other reptiles and
amphibians, are beneficial
to humans.
In many countries,
lizards are welcome
house guests, catching
and eating many annoying
insects. They walk the
walls and ceilings and live
their lives unharmed by
understanding humans.
Some lizards could


become non-existent
because of a' lack , of
understanding. Beaded,
lizards and Gila'Monsters,
the only two poisonous
species, are often killed
out of - fear: The\ are
unlikely to :bite pets or,
people.
When -they do, it't
likely to be in self defense.
Left alone, both lizards are
docile creatures.
Many countries use
the .lizard in ceremonies::
Some Indian tribes .of
'North America used


lizard tails in a recipe for
love potions' They are also
eaten and their skin used
for leather. In the tropics,
the Green Iguana is killed
for its flesh and eggs.
Get more into. For more
information, stop at our
-f..ffice at 938 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestvie . , or
visit the -NRCS- Wildlife
Habitat Management
Institute's Webi site at
w \\ W.vwhmi .nrcs.usda.
gov or the NRCS home
web site at www.nrcs.
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Chaminade
basketball camp
coming to the
'View

On June 25-27 Kelvin Lee will
be hosting an annual basketball
conditioning camp at the First
Assembly of God gym facility.
Lee will be teaching techniques
from basic to advanced.
The camp will consist of
teaching players how to shoot,
pass dribble,, take rebounds and
defense. This program will teach
a level of basketball to further
prepare players for middle and
high school.
Lee has been coaching Division
I basketball for more than 12 years
and has been named MCC Coach
of the Year. For more information
on the camp please contact Mr.
"C" or Jessica at (850) 682-6226.


Self-defense class
offered
Instructor Master Joe Cayer
is teaching a self-defense class
for anyone who is interested. The
class is free and does not require
any type of pre-registration. The
course recommended ages are12
and up. The course will be held on
Saturday July 7 at 10 a.m. located
at the Cinco Bayou Town Hall.
From more information please
contact, Kathleen Larney at
(850) 609-2005, e-mail at
klarney@sheriff-okaloosa.org or
check the Web site at www.sheriff-
okaloosa.org.

Jack Patten's blind
draw scramble
On June 23 Foxwood Country
Club will be hosting a blind draw
scramble. Cost for members is
$20 and non-members is $20 plus
green fees. Both players' brackets
have to pay for cart fees.
Teams will be drawn from
the hat. There will be no pairing
up since kt is a strict blind draw
tournament. For more information
please call (850) 682-5645.

Lions Club charity
golf tournament
The Crestview Lions Club is
putting on a charity golf tourney
at Foxwood Country Club on
July 28. All proceeds will benefit
local area residents achieve better
vision through eye examinations,
glasses, or other means as required.
An eye examination and glasses
for one person cost the Lions $80.
Come out and sponsor this service
for a member of your community.
Lunch provided b Sonny's
Bar-B-Q. 8 a.m. late registration
and an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
For more information on
the event please contact B.J.
Thomhave at (850) 682-2012.

Triple threat cheer
and dance golf
tourney
The Foxwood Country Club
is hosting a four-man scramble
on June 30. Tourney time is at
8 a.m. and check-in is no later than
7:30 a.m. $40 per member and
$50 for non-members. Lunch
is provided. Entry deadline is
today. For more information
please contact (850) 683-9995 or
(850) 682-4842.
You can also find out more by
e-mail to doc0130@cox.net.


MGA tournament
Foxwood Country Club will
be hosting a golf tourney on July
14 with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Sign up deadline is by 4 p.m. on
July 13.
Entry fee is $10 and $2 skin
games. For more information
please contact the country club at
(850) 682-2012.

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Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin -

CRESTVIEW -- Each of
the cheerleaders gathered
in a choreographed dance
and cheered for the crowd
while the judges scored their
performance.
All that they've worked for
the entire week culminated
with this day.
. The Davidson Middle
School cheerleaders wanted to
take home as many awards as
possible.
They certainly did.
The National Cheerleaders
Association hosted their
annual cheerleading camp at
Auburn University this past
week.
The NSA is one of the
oldest and most recognized
organizations in the spirit
industry for the last 59 years.
More than 1,100 camps are
administered by the NSA
every summer and bring in
more than 150,000 cheerleaders
nationwide.
"The girls did amazing and
I'm so very proud of them,"
said thier sponsor, Melissa
Walts.
"I think the girls really
came together and performed
their best."
The DMS cheerleaders
along with eight other middle
school division teams joined
more than 600 participants at
the event.
The daily routine for
DMS was getting up at
6 a.m. to get ready for breakfast
at 8 a.m., then warming up for
an hour before starting their
rigorous day, learning new
stunts, cheers, chants and
dances.
"It really was hard work.
We ate and slept cheerleading.
There wasn't a minute in the
camp where we as a team or
individuals didn't think about
cheerleading," said squad
officer, Courtney Adams.
The girls would learn
new routines then later that
afternoon would be graded
by judges to score their
improvement.
Grading was broken down
into three brackets from
bottom to top, excellent, super
and superior.
Every single night the DMS
squad received superiors


Melissa WaIts I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Above: The DMS squad performs for the judges for their final evaluation.
Below: More than 600 girls attended the NCA event at Auburn University.
across the board. 7
"The squad really pulled
together and I think we learned
how to work as a team. W\e
never really performed all .
together for judges so it was a.
nerve wracking," Adams said
Along with being judged
each squad was assigned a "
"buddy." A buddy was an
experienced cheerleading
instructor who helped the
DMS girls with learning new
moves and honing their skill
as individuals.
"Our buddy instructor
helped us a lot. There we re
some things that I've never
seen before, and that a a-
pretty cool," said squad officer
Kara Vonada.
After all the scoring was-
over and the judges tallied
up the points, the DTFSV
squad brought home a total 0 -'
of five team awards, and i
nine individual awards and
recognition.
Among the awards was the

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007

Blackman

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Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Blackman Motor
Speedway experienced a
little unrest recently as
police carried away a 17-
year old Pensacola boy
after he struck another
driver in the face with his
helmet.
The driver was
previously warned not
to start anything after he
kicked the 28-year-old Jay
man's car when coming
into a caution lap.
Facility manager Scott
Anderson spoke out about
the incident.
"It wasn't as bad as it
seems. The boy was angry,
he struck the driver and
we had the police come
out here and take care
of the situation," said
Anderson."
"I don't want people to
get the wrong impression
about this speedway.
It's changed from how it
used to be, and this small
incident will not at all
effect us."
The Blackman Motor
Speedway is open for
races every Friday
and Saturday night for
competitors of all classes
and skill levels.
"The speedway has
changed ever since I
started. When you come
to the motor speedway,
you come to have fun and
you come to race.'There
i' no, fighting or trouble
allowed, and if it happens
we take care-'o-'the
problem very quickly,"
said Anderson.
"If you think you are
going to cause trouble
then maybe Blackman
Motor Speedway isn't the
facility for you."
The speedway is
located 7709 N. Highway
189 in Baker. For more
information about the
speedway please contact


Entering the majestic world of scuba diving


Scuba diving is a sport that is
becoming more and more popular
with time. People all across the world
are dabbling and moving up the ranks
in the world of scuba. PADI, one of
the biggest scuba organizations, is
also the organization most commonly
recognized.
Last year I found myself joining
PADI as an open water diver.
You think it's neat looking at the
bottom of an ocean floor while you
snorkel?
Imagine how it is when all those
fish and plant life swim and sway
right in front of you. The experience


is not something one can describe.
It seems that once in the water,
every fish and underwater mammal
greets you.
Learning to breathe underwater
through oxygen condensed metal
tanks is something you'd think is
impossible. But it isn't. As a scuba
diver you can drop to the depths
of the ocean floor, follow a school
of angelfish or even marvel over a
circling reef shark.
Well, what about sharks?
Sharks are just like us, they're
scared of things they don't
understand, and so when in the
water the sight of a shark is pretty
uncommon.
Will sharks attack scuba divers?
Divers are briefed on the safety
and regulations of diving with
animals. As guests in their habitat
we have to abide by every rule and
always keep an eye out. A diver that
always keeps a lookout is a safe
diver.
This past week I traveled down
to the Keys to go on a six-day Boy
Scout diving trip.
My trip started off with a 13-hour
drive to Islamorada where 10 other


Scouts and I checked in to Florida
Sea Base, one of BSA's biggest camps
offered in the United States.
Each group of scouts was assigned
to a dive master and in our case
also a vessel. We had signed up for
the "Live Aboard" program, which
consisted of not only scuba diving
every day, but actually living on the
boat for the entire trip.
The program was started three
years ago when Sea Base wanted
to create a variety of programs for
scouts to get involved in.
Staying at base camp and then
going off to dive wasn't the high
adventure experience that some
troops were looking for.
So, Sea Base decided to offer "Live
Aboard" giving the Troop the full
experience of living on the water,
fishing, diving, and even sailing.
Captain Denny Webb and his wife /
first mate Holly Whitley, owners of
the Conch Pearl, and Hermies, their
nautical Welsh-Corgi, greeted us .as
we arrived at Marathon, where the
boat was docked.
The 58-foot steel-bottom schooner
housed our adventure as we set sail
that afternoon.


The water was sleek, calm and
filled with hundreds upon thousands
of sea creatures, big and small.
Every day consisted of waking
up, eating and diving. We ended
up diving 15 times over the trip,
swimming with 2-4 feet long
barracuda, pulling in more than
18 mahi-mahi and always running
into the local reef sharks that glide
around the coral beds.
The experience of diving so much
and the sight of all the wildlife had
really opened my eyes.
Scuba diving is pretty much
another world. The earth is made
up of 70 percent water, filled with
millions upon billions of fish and
underwater mammals.
Think of the possibilities awaiting
you as an amateur scuba diver.
Your local scuba shop will always
have information on how to join
PADI or any of the other numerous
diving organizations. A lot of people
in this community are scuba divers,
and I think it's time for the entire
community to try something new.
For more information on the
Conch Pearl, check out their Web site
at www.schoonerconchpearl.com.


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Busch Series Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
Busch Series AT&T 250 - ESPN2 @ 7:30 p.m.
June 24
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! - TNT @ 2:30 p.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 3:30 p.m.
Toyota/Save Mart 350 - TNT @ 4 p.m.
June 29
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 10 a.m.
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
Busch Series Final Practice - SPEED @ noon
NEXTEL Cup Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
June 30
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 8:30 a.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
Camping World 200 - ABC @ 2 p.m.
Truck Series Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 7:30 p.m.
Truck Series O'Reilly 200 - SPEED @ 8 p.m.
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NASCAR counter sues


AT&T for $100 million


Sunday, the National
Association for Stock Car Auto
Racing (NASCAR) filed a count-
er claim in the U.S. District Court
against AT&T Mobility/Cingular
Wireless and AT&T Inc., alleg-
ing breach of contract, fraud and
misrepresentation, and conspira-
cy to aid and abet wrongful inter-
ference with NEXTEL's exclu-
sive sponsorship agreement.
NASCAR is seeking a minimum
of $100 million in damages.
The NASCAR Rule Book
governs participation in the
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series
and its contents are agreed to in
writing by all NASCAR mem-
bers and participants. Cingular is
a member of NASCAR and
agreed to abide by all NASCAR
rules and regulations when its
representatives signed official
documents such as the NASCAR
Membership and License
Application.
NASCAR's suit further
alleges that AT&T, Cingular and


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Owner. Joe Custer
Points: 1156
Points out of 34th: 68
Points ahead of 36th: 41
Pla ce Owner
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34 Robert Yates
35 Joe Custer
36 James Rocco
37 Bill Davis
38 Teresa Earnhardt


its representatives breached its
explicit agreements with
NASCAR when they re-branded
the No. 31 car; entered into con-
tract with RCR knowing that
they would litigate against
NASCAR; and when they
sought to ambush NEXTEL's
exclusive sponsorship rights.
NASCAR also submitted its
response to a suit filed by AT&T
Mobility/Cingular Wireless by
soundly rejecting each of their
claims. The response demon-
strates the clarity of NASCAR's
rule book and the baseless allega-
tions made by AT&T
Mobility/Cingular Wireless in its
attempts to re-brand the No. 31.
The court's preliminary
injunction allowing the No. 31 to
re-brand is still on appeal by
NASCAR and NEXTEL and is
being fully contended.
Since the suit was filed,
AT&T and Jeff Burton reached
contract extensions with Richard
Childress Racing.


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Driver
David Gilliland
Ricky Rudd
Johnny Sauter
Scott Riggs
Dave Blaney
Paul Menard


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Junior's pick is Rick.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Baseball has the New York
Yankees, but in auto racing the
big kid on the block is Hendrick
Motorsports and owner Rick
Hendrick.
Wednesday the big team just
got bigger as Dale Eamhardt, Jr.
ended weeks of speculation by
announcing he would drive for
Hendrick, which makes the
strongest team in NASCAR this
season look even stronger in
2008.
Earnhardt, Jr. actually
signed with Hendrick when he
was 15 on a napkin as Little E
was traveling with Kenny
Schrader. Now some 17 years
later. the deal is done.
"I was fortunate enough to
be invited on a ntrip with Kenny
around the Midwest to run some
dirt tracks," recalled Dale Jr.
"When we got to Topeka was the
first time I ever met Rick. He
asked me if I had a contract to
drive for anybody, but I wasn't
even racing; I wasn't even close.
"I thought it was a joke and
he wrote a contract down on a
napkin and I signed it. We were
joking around, but obviously
he's a pretty smart businessman,
and I figured even if it was a joke
I better sign it because it might
come in handy one day."
Hendrick had some other
fears at the time, besides the fact
of trying to enforce the contract
with Dale Eamhardt Sr., being
the person to sign his son as a
driver.
"The first thingg I was con-
cemed with was how Dale let


..Hendrick


Dale Eamhardt Jr. announced Wednesday that he will drive for Hendrick Motorsports beginning in
2008. (Photo Credit: Grant Halverson/Getty Images for NASCAR)


him go to the Midwest with
Schrader," said Hendrick. "I felt
like I needed to protect him a lit-
tie.
"When Ricky (Hendrick's
late son) ran his first Busch
Race at Myrtle Beach, I went to
the drivers meeting and I ended
up standing by Junior and said,
you remember you signed the
contract with me."
So far Hendrick and his
current stable of four drivers
have won 10 of the 14 races this
season. Could this move hurt
the sport?
"I don't think so," said
Hendrick. "They are going to
race each other. I mean we've
seen it with our cars this year


Rick Hendrick (left) and Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced that
Earnhardt will drive for Hendrick Motorsports beginning in 2008.
(Photo Credit: Grant Halverson/Getty Images for NASCAR)


After Citizens Bank 400


Driver
Jeff Gordon
Denny Hamlin
Jimmie Johnson
Matt Kenseth
Jeff Burton
Cad Edwards
Tony Stewart
Kevin Harvick
Clint Bowyer
Martin Truex, Jr.


Behind
Leader
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-337
-348
-473
-487
-489
-598
-618
-620


After Meijer 300
Driver
1. Cad Edwards
2. Dave Blaney
3. Kevin Harvick
4. David Reutimann
5. Regan Smith
6. David Ragan
7. Greg Biffle
8. Marcus Ambrose
9. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
10. Jason Leffler


Behind
Leader
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-736
-770
-790
-821
-887
-896
-905
-931


when you see Jeff and Jimmie
at Martinsville and you hold
your breath that they don't
wreck each other.
"I think when you have
multi-car teams my job is to get
the best talent out there."
The relationship between
the Earnhardt family and the
Hendrick family go way back.
"Well my granddaddy,
worked with Rick and kind of
helped Rick get into racing or
he was there along the way the
entire time," said Dale Jr.
"Rick tells a story about him
putting a hood scoop on his
Chevelle when he was 16 or 17
and that's how they met.
"He was one of the best
body men in the business, if
not the best. And he was really
proud of his employment and
his involvement at Hendricks
that was always apparent to me
as his grandson when I would
go over to his shop. The pride
that he took in where he
worked and how his job was
and everything."
But Dale Jr. will not be the
first Earnhardt to drive for
Hendrick as Dale Sr. tested
Hendrick's first cup car and
won Rick's first race in stock.
cars at Charlotte in the Busch
Series in 1983.
"So there is a lot of con-
nections there," said Little E.
"And me and Rick have been


After Michigan 200
Driver
1. Mike Skinner
2. Ron Homaday
3. Todd Bodine
4. Travis Kvapil
5. Rick Crawford
6. Ted Musgrave
7. Johnny Benson
8. Aaron Fike
9. Jack Sprague
10. Matt Crafton


Behind
Leader
-113
-200
-265
-284
-288
444
-476
-503
-524


friends since I was little.
"He's always treated me
with a lot of respect and been
genuine about my well being
and how I was doing and what
he could do to help so that's
always been really cool about
Rick."
As far as a sponsor or num-
ber goes there is nothing defi-
nite. Eamhardt would love to
continue driving the No. 8,
which was the number of his
grandfather when he raced.
"I'd like to be the No. 8,
but you know, we have to obvi-
ously talk to Teresa about that
and see what her interest is
there," said Eamhardt, Jr. "I'll
just go ahead and throw that
out there.
"Rick said that I have some
ability to have some influence
on what the car looks like, the
numbers, and things like that."
Now that Kyle Busch is
leaving at the end of the sea-
son, opening the ride for
Earnhardt, was Texas an audi-
tion?
"That started a lot of
rumors," said Hendrick.
"I was trying to see what
kind of horsepower they had,
see where we measured up,"
said Dale Jr. "The car was
wrecked so it didn't really
drive that good."
Ironically, Rick's late son
Ricky predicted this day.


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TUMBLE,

continued from

C1
as leadership;, values
and teamivork.
The National Bid
Winner is a' prestigious
award that goes to squads
who are invited to compete
in any of the NCA national
championships.
The Spirit Stick Winner,
which is actually an award
voted on by all the. teams
is given to a squad that
showcases the most sincere
spirit and enthusiasm.
The team also received a
certificate in excellence for
their stunting techniques.
'I was so happy that
we brought home so many
great awards too. I'm
very excited about using
our new skills in future-
competitions and even at
games," said Adams.
The girls are looking to-
enter in state competitions
toward the end of this
year.
How about national
competitions?
"The national
competitions would be
awesome, but I think we're
going to compete within
the state. One reason is
that we know the kind of
competitiveness in Florida
and would like to try and
master that first," said
Adams.
The DMS squad will
be training through the
summer starting in July up
to when school is back in
progress.
It's time to get ready%
for the season coming up,
and time to keep working
hard," said Vonada
Look for the girls this
coming fall for the football
season.


NOTES,

continued from
C1

YMCA bodybuilding
championship
contest
The YMCA is hosting a
bodybuilding contest this coming
September at the Fort Walton Beach
gymnasium. Sign ups have begun at
the North Okaloosa YMCA.
The goal is to recruit 20 men and
women from each YMCA branch
across the Panhandle. Entrants must
be a YMCA member for at least three
months.
Participants must be first time
competitors. Individuals are not
allowed into the contest if they have
had any past professional experience.
Before the event, seminars will be
presented on how to prepare and train
for the contest.
Age groups are for teens, ages
13-19, adults, ages 20-39, masters,
ages 40-55, and seniors, ages 55-100.
Weight class will be broken down into
light, middle and heavy.
There will be first, second and
third place awards for the winners.
All participants will also receive a
first time bodybuilder trophy.
For more information on
the contest and any upcoming
seminars, please contact
Glen Scott at (850) 689-2999.


YMCA swimming
lessons

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


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Witnesses:

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Ray Hudson

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Mike Babine -15
Ron Hickman
Ralph Armstrong
Larry Fordyce

Anthony Perez
Archie Perez -14
Wayne Leach
Sonny Gomez
Bill Ward

John Krause
Al Mezza -13
Ron Magruder
Howard Mitchell
Drian Davis

Don Kearny
Rom Boisjolie -12
Terry Tillman
Don Widmaier
Jesse Dennis


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Chris Hinkle -10
Bob Tilley
Jerry Devoy

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Fred Heiler -10
Archie Perez
Ron Magruder


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Claude Stiles
George Bonner
David Gausel
Jerry Devoy

Alyson Mayer
Kerry Wills
Dale Bouley
Jim Crow

Jimmy Johnson
Gail Zwirblia
Bob Zwirblia
John Krause
Howard Mitchell

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Jesse Dennis
Don Widmaier
Mac Henderson


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Blogging is taking over the majority of sporting news


7C-J


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The NCAAhas done it again,
and I can't figure out why we
are so surprised.
This is an organization
that seems to take great pride
in making decisions without
giving much thought to them,
putting rules into place that
don't make much sense, and
generally making us all scratch
our head with disbelief. Years
ago I decided that NCAA stood
for "No Clue At All"
Now, it has happened again.
A Louisville.Courier-Journal
sports reporter had his media
credential revoked and was
ordered to leave the press box


12U

High


Intensity

takes

Invitational

Staff Reports
Crestview News Bulletin

The 12U High Intensity
team won the Capital City
Invitational championship
game and received a berth
to the 2007 ASA Nationals
in Roseville, Calif. 29 Jul - 5
Aug.
The team is asking for
sponsorships and, donations
to help pay for this once
in a lifetime experience!
Donations can be deposited
directly to First National Bank
& Trust in Niceville (across
from K-mart).
For more information
please contact (850) 678-6781
or (850) 830-7044.


SEC


Insider


during the
NCAA
baseball
s u p e r -
regional
last week
because of


what the
Scott NCAA
alleged
McKinney was a
violation
of its
policies prohibiting live Internet
updates from its championship
events.
. Gene McArtor, a
representative of the NCAA
baseball committee, approached
Courier-Journal Brian Bennett
at the University of Louisville's
Jim Patterson Stadium in the
bottom of the fifth inning in
the Louisville-Oklahoma State
game. McArtor told him
that blogging from an NCAA.
championship event "is against
NCAA policies. We're revoking
the credential and need to ask
you to leave the stadium."
Let me get this straight.
Blogging is, a form of


reporting, quickly becoming
one of the more popular forms
of reporting. In the Internet
age of "instant information"
logging allows the newspaper
to pass along information online
to its readers as it happens.
A reporter is doing his job,
sittinginthepressbox, reporting
on the newspaper blog about
the game. The NCAA says "you
can't do that" and kicks the
reporter out.
Unreal.
When did the NCAA
start placing a time restraint
on reporting? Its fine for the
newspaper or any media outlet
to report from the game, but it
can only appear in tomorrow's
editions?
Louisville athletic
department officials circulated a
memo on tflhe i-.e from Jeramy
i..1Cid1hel_ tie NC.-._ s manage.'
of broadcasting, befl're Frida 's
firat super-regional game. It
said blogs are considered a "live
A epre.:entatfion of the game" and
that any blog containing action
photos or game reports would
be prohibited.


"In essence, no blog entries
are permitted between the first
pitch and the final out of each
game," the memo said.
Baloney.
Basically the NCAA is
saying that blogging hurts the
number of television viewers.
Fans would rather turn off their
televisions and turn on their
computers and keep up with
the game. A source at ESPN,
who was televising the Super
Regional, said it knew nothing
about the NCAA rule and had
no problem with the blog.
Hold on while I gather
myself from this uncontrollable
fit of laughter!
I love searching the Web. My
job requires me to spend a lot of
time on the Internet. I read lots
of blogs and even blog myself. I
never realized that I was quietly
causing ESPN to eventually
closeits doors.
The Courier-Journal is
pursuing legal action against
the NCAA. I can't say that I
blame them. It sounds to .me
that this is a clear violation of,
their First Amendment rights,


although I am no attorney. The
NCAA may have picked a fight
that they will regret.
There is no rhyme or reason
to why the NCAA would
consider blogging a threat to live
television coverage, other than
money. The television networks
pay millions of dollars to the
NCAA every year for the rights
to broadcast these games. CBS
paid more than $1 billion for the
rights to broadcast the NCAA
men's basketball tournament.
The NCAA prides itself
on being a true, amateur
organization. Athletes are
student-athletes, unpaid
representatives for their
schools.
Yet, the NCAA has sold
its own soul to the television
networks, and we have always
believed that. Now we know it
to be true.
Scott McKinney is' the
host of Southern Sports
Tonight, a syndicated radio
show heard across the
South each Monday through
Friday. He can be reached at
southernsportstonight@yahoo.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
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
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW, FL


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All persons on whom this
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have objections that chal-
len e the validity of the
will, 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 against
decedents estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
the first publication of this
notice must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against the


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CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of ROBERT
BRUSSTAR, JR. de-
ceased, File Number 07
CP 694 is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 101


Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
June 14, 2007 and en-
tered in Case No.
2006-CA-5249-S of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein DEUT-
SCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OR ARGENT
SECURITIES INC., ASSET
BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFI-
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2004-W8 UNDER THE
POOLING & SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS
OF MAY 1, 2004,
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to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 9th


WARD G. MADDOX,
deceased, whose
date of death was
December 7, 2006 is
pending in the Cir-
cuit Court of
Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate
Division the address
of which is Clerk of
Circuit Court,
Probate Division,
Okaloosa County
Courthouse 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Suite 210,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The names
and addresses of the
personal
representatives and
the personal
representative's
attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedents estate, on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons who have claims
or demands against the
decedent's estate, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF


2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies


WILL BE FOREVER E. James Lee Blvd., Crest- day of July, 2007, the NOTWITHSTANDING 2130 - Farm Animals/
BARRED. view, Florida 32536. following described prop THE TIME PERIODS Supplies
The names and address erty as set forth in said Fi- SET FORTH ABOVE, 2140 - Pets/UvIestock
The date of the first publi- of the personal repre- nao Judgment: ANY CLAIM FILED Wanted
cation of this Notice is sentative and the per- TWO(2) YEARS OR
June 13, 2007 sonal representative's at- LOT 2 A RE-PLAT OF MORE AFTER THE
torney are set forth be- LOTS 2 AND 3, DECEDENT'S DATE OF ES
Attorney for Personal low. GRAND OAKS, LO- DEATH IS BARRED.
Re resentative: CATED IN THE CITY 2100 -I
AARON B. WENTZ All Creditors of the dece- OF DESTIN, ACCORD- The date of the first publi-
814 A Shadow Lane dent and other persons ING TO THE PLAT cation of this Notice is
Fort Walton Beach, FL having claims or de- THEREOF, AS RE- June 20, 2007 Lost
32547 mands against CORDED IN PLAT Small Black dog w/
Telephone: decedents estate, includ- BOOK 15, PAGE 78, DEANNA DESTIN white stomach, 4 white
8501)863-8006 ing unmatured, contin- OF THE PUBLIC REC- Personal Representative feet & white tipped tail
Florida Bar No: gent or unliquidated ORDS OF named " Buger" and 2
0065810 claims, on whom a copy OKALOOSA C. THOMAS HOLLAND small spots on back of
of this notice is served I COUNTY, FLORIDA. Attorney for Personal neck. Missing from Laurel
Personal Representative: must file their claims with Representative Hill, Call Jerry Parker,
THEODORE A. BRAN- this court WITHIN THE A/K/A 3586 GRAND 596 North Ferdon Boule- 419-1657 or Jimmy John-
NEN LATER OF 3 MONTHS OAKS WAY, DESTIN, vard Crestview, FL son 398-0509 Missing
75 Senoia Springs Court AFTER THE DATE OF FL, 32541 32536 since March 26,
Senoia, GA 30276 THE FIRST PUBLICA- (850) 682-6211/Fax 2007 Reward of $50
TION OF THIS NO- Any person claiming 682-6822
6/13/07 TICE OR 30 DAYS AF- an interest in the FL Bar No. 0147404
6/20/07 TER THE DATE OF surplus from the
SERVICE OF A COPY sale, if any, other 6/20/07 .-- -
OF THIS NOTICE ON than the property 6/27/07
THEM. owner as of the date ______
Legal# 100113 of the Lis Pendens
All other creditors of the must file a claim
decedent and other per- within sixty (60)
IN THE CIRCUIT sons having claims or de- days after the sale. 112
COURT IN AND FOR mands against
OKALOOSA decedentfs estate, includ- WITNESS MY HAND
COUNTY, FLORIDA ing unmatured, contin- and the seal of this Court MA N
PROBATE DIVISION gent or unliquidated on June 14, 2007. _MaPCHA 1N _
CASE NO. 07 CP 694 claims, must file their 3100Antie
claims with this court Don W. Howard 3100- Antiques
IN RE: ESTATE OF WITHIN 3 MONTHS Clerk of the Circuit Court 3120- Appli Crafts
ROBERT BRUSSTAR, AFTER THE DATE OF 310 - Autsns
JR. THE FIRST PUBLICA- By: K. Sims 3140- Baby Items
Deceased. TION OF THIS NO- Deputy Clerk 3150 - Building Supplies
TICE. 3160 - Business


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FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is June
20, 2007.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Bill E, Parker. .
FL/bar/no. 134450


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739 E. John Sims
Santa osa
Press Gazette
6629 Elva St, Milton


Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200- Firewood
3280 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clolhing .
3280 - MIachinerv/
Equipment
329D0 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restauranl/H-olel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 -Tickets (Buy & Sell)





All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
ther, mantel, cuckoos, we
buy antiques, we do es-
tate sales. Call
689-1007


We Buy
Antiques
Furnir nnclass & collect rJi-


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3 BR/2 BA RIVERCHASE $196,000
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3 BR EDGEWOOD PL $140,000
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1 3130
AUCTION
Of Antique
English furniture
& smalls
Fri June 22nd
6pm
Huge 40t container
packed with beauitful
walnut, mahogany & oak
furniture. Lots of china,
glass & brick a brac,
Garrett & Garrett
Auction Co.
SWJ. Garrett
AB#2107 AU#2727
151 SE Eglin Pkwy, FWB
244-7453
5% buyers premium.
Come see usi



Table & 4 chairs plus
set of dishes $40.
537-2279
Want to buy a walker,
playpen, highchair or
any type of baby furni-
ture or any type of
furniture or appliances,
and lawnmower Call Flo-
rala 1-334-858-3704



Baker
Yard Sale at 1595
Garrett Mill Rd, Fri-
day/Saturday, 8-until
Crestview
Garage Sale
185 Mary Lane, 7am-til-
Crestview
Moving Sale at 122
Tranquity Dr Saturday
7-3, household items, fu
niture, antiques.
Crestview
Mulit Family Yard
Sale-
at 5959 Hwy 39; - ar.,r.
day 23,. from 7.ur,-il loir.
of great items.
Crestview
Multi Family Garage
Sale
Everything Must Go!
5820 Gi.il Saturday
23, 7 urI.1
Crestview
Multi family Yard
Sale
Saturday June 23rd
8-until, 3T62 Aplin Rd,
Mobile home doors,
scrap lumber full size
bed, camper shell, horse
tack & lots of misc.
Crestview
Multi Family Yard Sale
Saturday 23rd, 7-12,
4677 Palmetto Court, (
South of 1-10) baby
items, baby clothes
boys/girls, misc house-
hold..
Crestview
Multifamily Yard
Sale
7-1 Saturday, 5000
Okaloosa Lane, clothes,
household items, furniture
and lots more.
Crestview
Yard Sale
207 Noble Circle, Fri-
day 22, Saturday 23,
8am-5
Crestview
Yard Sale at 311
Springwood Cir, 8-2 ,
Friday & Saturday, to
much to list


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Yard/Garage Sale
Saturd June 23,
Washer/Dryer clothes
all kinds of stuff, Take PJ
Adams, Wildhorse, Ap-
ple Dr, Upia then righr
onto 157 Nivana Drive.
Must get rid of it all.
Cash Only.
Crestview
Sat. June 23rd,
'721 Ridgelake Rd, 7am
until 2pm, variety of
items.
Crestview
Stonebridge
Subdivision
First Annual
Yard Sale
Saturday June 23rd
8am-? John King Rd to
Primrose to Palmetta - go
over stone/brick bridge.
Crestview
Yard Sale
404 West James Lee.
Sat. June 23rd.
8am-5 m. Booth spaces
avail. for $5. 682-0500
Multi-family, little bit





TUPPERWARE
Everything pricedmonthly
sell, lots cemooks. 2e
Titanium Dr. offofAnti-
ley. Sat. 23rd 6 a.m. -
1 12
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call . Jackie
682-4305



Pro-Form Cardio
Cross Trainer for sale in
Crestview, only a few
m..r.ih, .l. hardly used
,2 1-1" - C all
813-504-1363 if inter-
ested.



1979 Backhoe for sale
$5500. 689-2914
2005 Kubota w/ front
end loader, 34 HP, 189
hourshydrostatic canopy
garage kept $13,500
obo.537-3609
2005 Muck Truck' Motor-
ized wheelbarrow. Metal
barrow, 5001lb capacity,
4WD 4 speed 5V21P
Honda. Like new $1600.
758-8199
2006 Hustler Mini-Z
commercial 0 turn
mower. 36" deck 40 hrs.
like new $3000. New"
$5400. 758-819.9



A/C Large Window,
AC with Heat ,220 V
$150 682-0567

Wanted
1930s-1970s guitars
$100- $25 000 paid
Musician/Collector
wanting old Fender,
Gibson Martin, Epi-
phone & Gretsch. Will
be in area June 16th-
22nd Call today Free
call 866-759-3585


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Will Haul away for
free, appliances, scrap
metal &junk cars
537-6481


3340
Bowling Ball
16# Hammer, good
condition, new bao &
shoes- size 9 1/2. 50
689-1373


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



Administrative
Legal Office has a posi-
tion available. Person
must have, excellent com-
munication and computer
skills, fax resume to
689-1803 or mail to PO
Box 1622, Crestview, FL,
32536
Be your own boss.
Seeking tupperware sales
consultants who can work
pt/ft. Training provided.
alary depends on your
sales, fund raising, and
recruiting other consult-
ants. Chance to win jew-


682-9043 for more info.
Driver
Truck Driver with Class
A CDL and one year over
the road experience a
must. Working Nights.
Pays $500 a week. Call
830-0805
Driver Trainees
Needed.
No CDL? No Problem I
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309
Earn $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them.
www.AdCarDrive.com
Educational
Wesleyan CCC, now
hiring, part time VPK
Teacher for August, '07.
CDA or degree required.
682-7319
Employment Information
100 WORKERS
NEEDED Assemble
crafts, wood items. To
$480/wk. Materials pro-
vided. Free information
pkg. 24 Hr
B0N-428-4649
Fitness
Curves for Women in
Crestview is now hiring a
part-time Circuit Coach.
Must be willing to work
2:30-7:00p.m. shifts a
two or three nights a
week. If you wouldiike to
be part of the Curves
Team, please mail or
drop of your resume to
owner Lisa Brennan.
Curves is located at 775
N. Ferdon Blvd. Ste. C.
Crestview, FL 32536
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All Major Brands And
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Hibbett Sports is
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*Manalement
*PT/FT ales
Send resumes "ATTN
DM" to: 900 Westgate
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36420. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
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Law Enforce/Security

SECURITY
OFFICERS
The Wackenhut Corpo-
ration is now hirin Se-
curity Officers for'Pan-
ama City, Santa Rosa-
Beach Sandestin and
Fort Walton Beach.
Wages begin at $9.00
hour.BenefIs available.
HS/GED required. Call
800-527-5941 .
EOE/M/F/D/V
Wackenhut


NfEW IJAV
Law Enforce/Security
The Wackenhut
Corporation
is currently recruiting
for F/T Custom Protec-
tion Officers. Candi-
dates must meet one of
the following require-
ments: Must be a Prad-
uate of a Law Enforce-
ment Academy or Cor-
rections Academy.
Wages begin at
$10.20 hour. Benefits
available. HS/GED req
Call 800-527-5941
EOE/M/F/D/V
Wackenhut



Other
Great Income
Opportunity!
Detail Oriented
Carrier needed
for Crestview
Area
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Other
Babysitter needed, week-
ends and nights
398-6219

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





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




I 4134 13
Work Wanted: Decks,
privacy fences and other
misc. handyman projects.
Reasonable prices. Call
850-685-8202.

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I BUSINESS & FINANCE
5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



1 Bedroom Apartment,
C/A wgs, furnished,
$500mo/$500dep.
Leased req. No pets.
312 W.Hickory.
850-834-4767
Brookmeade
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 &2 BR HC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-689-2272,
TDD/TTY 711. 102 No-
ble Circle, Crestview, FL.
Equal Housing Opportu-
nity. .
Crestview- 2br, I ba,
quiet gated no pets.
$600mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & BRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-6149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FLEqual Housing
Opportunity.
Creslview
Open House
Saturday!
Addison Place Apart-
ments. Come by for free
food, door prizes, and
tours� of our spacious
apartments. 900 Addison
Place Drive Crestview.
850-689-3411
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity







Crestview 305 Purl.
Adams, 2 br, 1'V2 ba,
W/D $750 mo +dep
Avail now. 543-4742
Crestview- 2 & 3 br
THs in south Crestview.
No pets. Clean. Garage.
Small fence backyard.
$750 & $850. Call
803-8579.


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Crestview- 3 br 2V2
ba, 1 c, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. Avail 1 July.
$1050/mo. 496-2563

NEW IurAY

Crestview- Sale or Rent
New 1610sf 3 br 2.5
ba, 1 cg. Iron Horse
Townhomes. Incentives
for Military. 259-5924

[ -- 6140 ]

2,3 & 5br Homes for
Rent. ALSO
(free puppies to qood
home). 830-2061 or
682-4070
2br, 2ba, 2cg home on
Lake Eufaula. Rent by
week, month or year.
850-956-2553
2br & 3br homes for
rent on Holley Dr. No
pets. Please call
682-1972
3/2 MH, Great Loca-
tion, Like nw, No pets,
$725Dep, $75mo, Ref-
erences Required,
902-0604
A 2br lba, w/huge
fenced back ard, Close
to OWC, $550mo No
pets/Smoke 865-5675-
American Realty of
Northwest Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or 651-5717
EHO
128 Hampton Dr, 2bd,
-1.5ba $ 598
2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
1ba, $750
115 Oak Terrace Dr,
3br 2ba, $800
2800 MacGregor Ln,
3br, 2ba, $800
13 Flora CV, 3br, 2ba,
$800
402 Alabama Ave, 2br,
2ba, $800
2476 Kinaston Rd, 3br,
1 ba,$82
2560 Kingston Rd 2br,
2ba, $850
5360 Monterrey Rd, 2br,
2ba, $850
296 Oakview PI, 3br,
2ba, $850
323 Apple Dr, 3br, 2ba,
$850
2455 Starmount, 3br,
2ba, $850
209 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.5ba, $900
2838 rPenr,, Ln, 3br,
2ba, 1. -
312 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba $900
207 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.Sba, $950
3349 Shoal Creek Cv,
4br, 2ba $950
211 Johnson Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $950
348 Stawbridge Dr 3br,
2ba, $975
3107 Skyhawk Dr, 3br,
2ba, $995
3204 Skynight Dr, 3br,
2ba, $995
2835 Old Mill Way 4br,
2.5ba $975
2994 Windsor Cir, 3br,
2ba, $1000
631 Alysheba Dr 3br,
2ba, $1100
474 Jillian Dr, 3br, 2ba
$1100
5104 '.' I-,t ,.A. r.i Ln 4br,
2ba, $1125
3115 Skyhawk Dr 4br,
*2ba, $1135
4853 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba, $1150
1224 Gabrielle Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1200
2196, Hgood Loop,
4br 3ba, 250
4088 Bia Buck Tr, 4br,
2ba, $1250
2468 Bell Ridge Dr, 4br,
2bo $1350
4676 Love Grass Ln,
3br, 2.5ba, $1800
visit us at
www.era-american.com


~HOUSE


Baker
3br, 2ba, Large
Country Home,
front/back porch Dininig
room, livingroom kitchen
$1Od0mo,7$1060d all
utilities furnished. Call
398-0834


Century 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
* 902 Dixie 3br, 2ba
$875.rt, $875dep
* 130 Dixie St 4br, 2ba
$1100.rt $1100dep
* 4799 Old Mill Ct. 3br,
2ba $950.rt $950dep
02842 Old Mill Way.
4br0 2ba $1000Mo.,
$1000dep
01208 Northview. 4br,
2ba $1200mo,
$1200dep.
* 5152 Keyser Mill Rd,
Baker, 4br 2ba
$875.mo, $875dep.
* 5474 Haburne St 3br
2ba $1100mo,
$1100dep.
* 223 Tiffot Ct. 4br
2ba $1100mo + $1106
dep.
* 1237 JeffreyScott Dr,
3br, 2ba, $1200mo,
$1 00dep'


Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-1515
or (850)682-5922
307 Walnut Ave, br,
1 ba, 800 sf, $495, tri-
plex
286-A Henderson St
2br 1Iba, 796 sf, $550,
end unit
4069 Hi hway 90E,
3br, 2ba T050sf, $700,
pet w/owner approval
105 Swaying Pine
Court 3br, 2.5 ba,
1415st, $850, pet
w/owner approval
187 Salvadore Dr,
3br, 2ba, 1053st, $795,
Back yard deck
6197 Winstead CV
3br 1.5ba, 1025sf,
$795 pet w/owner ap-
reval

a720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1253sf, $875, se-
cluded
308 John King Rd,
3br, 2ba, 1000sf, $925,
new carpet/paint
130 Louise Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1436sf, $995, split
bedroom plan
6118 Buck Ward Rd,
3br 1.5ba, 1400 sf, $
900, Pet w/owner ap-
proval
5368 Cimmoran Dr.
3br 2ba, 1,881sf, $
1150, fen.,ed back ,ord
2827 Atoka Trail,
3br 2ba, 2451sf,
$1300, No pets allowed
2408 Mil Run Dr,
3br 2ba, 1828 sf,
$1100, 6 months & 1
day lease term
353 Riverchase Blvd
3br 2ba, 2348 sf,
$1250 no pets allowed
812 travis CT, 4br,
3ba, 2558 sf, $1500,
pet w/owner approval
or further information
visit www.cbimeproperty
management.com


JOHN'S COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONICS
COMPUTER REPAIR & PARTS * TV's * STEREO EQUIPMENT

Used Computers Starting at $39.99
Printers * Scanners * Cables. Wireless * Web Cams
PS2 - Xbox * Nintendo Games * Accessories
Monday - Friday 10 to 6
Saturday 9 to 2 136 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
Just off Main Street
www.johnscomputersandelectronics.com

682-6723


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TH OTE A OT (F3 AS 70' A18A
TENTS: &TN UPLE &TOS


Crestview
2 and 3 bedroom
homes, No pets. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061


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


Creslview
Custom home
3/2,with qara e. Availa-
ble 7/1/2007. No
smoking/Pets
$1200mo/$1000dep, 1
year lease, call
865-2593






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



Crestview Rentals
Brook Estates, 4br,
2ba, with 2400sf,
$1300
Field Ave, 3br, 2ba,
$700
. Wilson, 1br 1ba,
475, Call Rick
Epperson, Realtor
Broker/Owner
850-865-7777


Crestview, 3 br 2 ba,
1 cg, near Bob Sikes
Elem. Like new, no
smoke/pets. $950/mo.
Call 240-4588






Crestview, downtown:
1 br + study. Concrete
block. Window AC unit.
$475mo. 865-3421



Crestview, S of 1-10
3br, 2ba, 2c, FP, Ila
fenced yard. 421 Shoal
Lake Dr. No pet/smoke.
Avail .now. $960mo/
$960dd. 897-1394.



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



C'view lakefront 'custom '
3 br, 2 ba, 2'cg, 2150sf
country setting. $1100
mo (8501 533-6363 or
706 523-6767



Don't Miss This Onel
1/2 Off First Months
Rent. 3 bedroom 2.5
bath single car garage
townhome only$ 825.
Call Properly
Professionals Plus
683-1714


For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool on 1 acre lot in
Holt area. $1000mo
Dep w/references (850)
537-6222 or 499-7412
For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car garage brick
home, 850-956-2553
House for rent 5 br, 2
ba brick house, new re-
modeled, hardwood/tile,
very spacious, large
kitchen, $1200mo/
$1000dep. Pets negotia-
ble. Call 902-1299
JANET JOHNSON
REALTY, INC
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
682-1800
1413 S Pearl St; $600
602 Henderson St; $675
341 Crooked Pine Trail;
$900
11 Holly Dr 3bd, 2ba
$995
4963 Galliver Cutoff;
$995
2805 Wilson Ln, $1100
329 John Kind Rd. $850
493 Jillian Dr; $1250
5512 Monterrey Rd;
$1250
Laurel Hill large 4 br,
2Y2 ba, near school, 1
acre $895/mo+dd.
404 388-6862 or
912 996-3516

New Home
Rentals
*5141 Eagle Way,
3br 2ba
*4 65 Falcon Way,
3br, 2ba
*4504 Goldfinch Way,
3br, 2ba.
*4605 Bobolink Way,
3br, 2ba
call 850-689-2221
New houses, for
rent to own: Located
off Hwy. 90 East of Crest-
view f,385 - 1,425 sf.
3br, 2ba,1& 2 car gar-
age. All electric with Au-
burn Water. High ceil-
ings, fireplaces, garden
tubs and ceramic tile.
Very Nice Houses. NO
PETS Starting $850 per'
month, $995 Damage
. Deposit.. References and
credit check required. 1
Year Lease. Rent to own
option available. Call
(850)683-0654
New Homes For Rent
to Own
Shoal River Country Club
and Page Place S/D
2500-2600 sf, 4br, 3ba.
These are custom homes
with. lots of amenities.
One home has gas &
electric, the others are all
electric, NO PETS,
$1595 per month &
$1595 Damage deposit
Refrences and credit
check required. 1 year
lease. Rent to own option
available. Call (850)
683-0654
Teel and Waters
Real Estate
29 Heather Ave,
$850, 3/2, no pets
102 Trenton Ave,
$1 0903 2 2 small pet
w/approval. .
$1,495 43/2, no pets
All properties require a
credit check, one year
lease; no inside smoking,
pet fees are
non-refundable. Call
Debra Frost
682-6156
Why Rent? You can
buy $3750 down. &
$1284 PI. See Crestview
house for sale.


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


1 6170
Crestview 3 br, 1.5
bo,rent- $475/mo. Dep;
$4/5. Call 689-1285
Crestview clean 3 br, 2
ba 16'x80' MH, large
secluded lot. Appl. inc.
Pets nego. Lawn care.
$800mo+dep 423-0967



Large 3 br/lba
house in Florala, fur-
nished, corner lot, large
screened front porch,
CCP, storage alore, re-
cently remodeed , no
smoking/pets,walking
distance to town & Lake
Jackson, $600
mo/deposit, first/last
months rent/purchase op-
tion. (334) 858-5814



Beautiful 2 bd, 2ba
Condo, Palace Resort in
downtown Orlando.
nights & 8 days 2 blks
from Wet & Wild, min-
utes from all attractions.
$600. 689-0305







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



"OPEN HOUSE"
'05 Built Home on 1
Acre. 3956 Poverty
Creek Rd.
Century 21 Moulton
Realty
(850)682-3849




CRESTVIEW &
HOLT, FL ~ NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br 3 ba 2 cg, all
brick. Rent, Buy, Rent-to-
own. 850- 897-0072 or
�. . .^,,-MHT, In.,', ,. .:,",,,
Crestview- 3168 s.ft.
home in exclusive Ashley
Place on 1.02 acres built
in 2000, 3BR, 3BA, of-
fice and 2 CG, New tile
floors in foyer, kitchen
and dayroom. Asking
$485K with first 6 mths
mortgage paid by seller.
850-758-0800.


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DANIEL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
* MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
* SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
* WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
Licensed & Insured
a 850.537m3828


523 HwY 90 WEST H HOLT, FL


Sandy Sansing Chrysler
Bart Boxberger









Bari, prs,,'.iu ., .A..rh Lee Chr, v ler. invites
all his friend'. anr pc v,ious cusiomerS to
come I,, Sb ndv Sar .iir,,i Chr, i,-r for the
Ne.si d,-i ,-n a riev.- ,r uised ehdcle at
Sandy Sansing Chrysler
6105 Pensacola Blvd
CALL 477-3385 * CAR CITY * PENSACOLA

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NEW rTOIAY

Crestview- By owner
only $3750 down,
$1284 + tax & ins. 3 br,
2 ba, 2 ca, FL rm., FP,
brick. Newly upgraded.
114 Mill Pond Cove in
Beaver Creek S/D. Call
678-7104, N'ville. With
NO FORMAL
QUALIFYING
Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 cg,
in heart of Destin 1351 sf.
$229K. Call 368-4291


NEW U TIAY

MUST SEE! Like new
home on cul-de-sac in
Crestview with many up
grades. Call Molry @
Dennis Mann Realty
850-865-0184
NEW HOMES from
$129,995 to Executive
Homes over $425,0000
Let my 30+ year profes-
sional experience in the
N. Okaloosa Real Estate
Market assist you! Mil-
dred C. Heaton Re-
alty, Inc.
850-689-1334/
582-3806




MINI- FARM OF 10
ACRES Nice Home
(1854 SF 3/2) Pond, nu-
merous outbuildings, pas-
ture, woods close in and
only $375 6000. Mil-
dred C. Ieaton Re-
alty, Inc
850-689-1334/
582-3806




1 ACRE Wooded LOT
very close in with stream,
wooded $60,000. Mil-
dred C. Heaton Re-
alty, Inc.
850-689-1334/
582-3806
2 lots, DeFuniak
Springs. Rapidly growing
area. $15,000 each.
Call 685-5784
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
60 ACRES near
Blackwater. Over
1600 FT. Hwy. C-180
Frontage- can divide-
$9,000 P/Ac. Mildred
C. Heaton Realty.
Inc. 850-689-1334/
582-3806




Baker- 3 br home 38 ac-
res. Horses OKI. $489K
2068 Shockley Springs
Rd. Below $12K/ac.
Beautiful land, pasture,
hardwoods, creek. Near
Karick Lake. Clint, 904
249-0438 owner/broker










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

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80 acres, 3 acre pecan
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pond, 1 br, 1 ba hunting
cabin with power
water. Deer, turkey & fox
squirrel. $4900 per acre.
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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






Baker
1 acre liveable Mobile
Home & workshop in
rear, Take Large Motor
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Charming home ir historic mill to.,,n 30 mmn
N in Lockhart Unique redesign. Beaded
heart pine floors Surroom, porches, fences
$12-,000 Messages 33-l4858-7386



IANET
I JHNfON
* ._ (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. Please call the office for
further details. We look forward to seeing you there!
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
i-- ^ Crestview, FL 32536
(si www.janetjohnsonrealty.com




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CRESTVIEW 682-2731
FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW


Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Price includes all rebates and discounts. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Sale ends 6/27/07.


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Mobile home on 2 ac-
res near Holt FL For
Sale/lease. $79,900 or
$500/mo. Serious In-
quires only. (850)
37-6222 or 499-7412


I 7to
For Sale Rental
Investment Property Ap-
proximately 18 Rental
Units Each on 1 to 2 acre
lots will sale All or Indi-
vidual. Owner will fi-
nance w/appropriate
downpayment. call
682-1045 from 8:30-
5:00


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






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



10% off Storewide!
Ron's Antiques. Wed thur
Sat only. Quality antique
furniture and clocks. 2.1
N. Main St., downtown
Crestview. M - F 9-5, Sat.
9- 1.'6891007
Christmas Orna-
ments
6 Elvis Ornaments, 1999
Bradford Edition, never
used. $25. 1999 Santa
Music Box by Int.
Resources,LLC $15. Int.
Santa Claus Collection
from Dillards
1998-2001. Call for
prices. 689-1373



91 Acura Legend,
Auto, 4Dr, col A/C,
runs great. $1800 OBO.
Call 830-2666,
683-9988


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2000Pontiac,
42,000miles clean ex-.
cellent condition $6200
or reasonable offer Call
682-0727Od



For Sale 1993 Chevro-
let Caprice Classic
147 000 miles $2000
OB6. Call 537-4746
after 5PM
Ford Ranger
Edge 2004
Extended- cab loaded
premium sound. 71K mi,
in excellent condition.
Must sell - All Offers con-
sidered! 850-368-8636
or 850-582-5556
Honda Accord EX
2002 V6, 2 dr 80K mi-
les. Fully loaded, mu'
see! $11,000. Call
243-8896



For Sale 2001 Ford
Ranger Extended cab,
very good condition with'
a lot of extras. Only
68 000 mi, $6,500. Call
537-4746 after 5pm
GMC Sierra
Z71 2004
ext cab, absolutely
loaded, $16,500 obo.
Call 652-3707


8140
1996 Dodge Caravan "
w/ 2 built in child O
resatraints.$2,600.
683-1231 or 865-4636
2000 Ford Windstar.
SE loaded, white, rear
AC, VHS/game
input.,sep. rear audio *
controls $3495 obo.
537-3131 day,
537-7600 eve.
wdb@bsc.net for pictures



2002 Honda 5
Shadow Spirit 750I
Mint Condition 19.00q-
miles, $3550 OBO..
Call 546-0751 o



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


8240
For Sale
25 HP Evinrude 1980
Model, $475. Call
682-3895



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