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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 2007
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Empty bank
to get new
occupant


Crestview
CVs
robbed
P y;fd!Afj


Robbyn Brooks I Cre-r -i. , N, _i . Bullerti
Traffic on mainstreet is redirected as workers place new brick pavers.


Downtown to receive

an o therface.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - Starting at the
railroad crossing and working north,
Main Street's new brick paving is going
down.
The $93,600 project is being funded
by a Community Redevelopment
Area (CRA) allocation. "The money i-s
available and has been ear-marked."
said Administrative Services department o
director Mike Wing.


The brick pavers are replacing faux
brickwork that was stamped into the
asphalt and painted to resemble brick.
Over the years, traffic has caused the
paint to fade. Now it's falling victim to
the jackhammers of Brick Land Paver,
Inc., of Destin, as pallets of genuine red
bricks stand ready to be placed.
The brickwork will define Main
Street's crosswalks and will revitalize
the ornate circle near the courthouse
and veterans' memorial. In preparation,
several inches of asphalt need to be


excavated so the bricks will sit flush to
the street's surface.
Construction should be completed
in about 90 days, said Public Services
Director "Junior" Cox. "They had a-little
bit ot problem with the fir-t [cros.lk] "
said Cox, "but the contractor assures me
that, after this first one, it'll go .much
faster."
The "problem" encountered by Brick
Land Paver is that Main Street's asphalt
is between 12 and 18 inches thick, Cox
explained. The contractor needs to
excavate 10 inches deep so they can bed
the cobblestones.
"They have to dig a little deeper than
expected," Cox said.
During construction, parts of Main
Street will periodically be blocked as
work progresses northward. Consider
using Wilson Street as a detour.


Accidents leave one dead, one critical
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Two Monday night accidents left one person
dead and another in critical condition.
A woman who was killed Monday night
after she ran out in front of a car at the corner
of Old Bethel Road and U.S. Highway 90 has
been identified as Crestview resident Rebecca
Anita Proffitt.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol,
the accident occurred after Proffitt, 46, ran out
of a Tom Thumb parking lot and into the path
of a 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis headed east.
The driver, David Ray Johnson of DeFuniak
Springs, was passing the gas station at about
9:30 p.m. when Proffitt ran into the eastbound Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
lanes. North Okaloosa Fire District personnel responded to this car crash on
Johnson said he had been visiting his Auburn Road at 10:13 p.m. Monday. The driver of a 2003 Pontiac Grand
daughter in Mobile, Ala., and was headed home Am was traveling east on Auburn Road at a high speed when the vehicle
when it happened. He didn't see Proffitt, who left the road and struck a utility pole. NOFD volunteer, John Jacobs is
See ACCIDENTS, A3 shown working the scene of the accident.


IN EWS



ULLETI,
'T'he WVews You WeedWo'day'


Robbyn Brooks I Crestview News Bulletin
City leaders met Monday to discuss a
possible ordinance. *

Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW -As city staff w orks to draft
an ordinance to expand the state-mandated
1,000-footbu offer zone between se\offenders'
homes and areas children frequent, City
Council members are contemplating where
they stand on the issue.
"I'm torn by emotion and data," Council
President Chip Wells said. duringa,Monday
workshop.
See OFFENDER, A3


Hear city officials discuss
sex offender ordinance
VWatch construction under
way in downtown Crestview
>See evidence from CVS
robbery

www.crestviewbulletin.com


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2007


A2 I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


I .Special to the News Bull
Evita," the Tim Rice/ Andrew Lloyd Webber spectacular, opens t
2007-08 Broadway Season at OWC.in October.





EVITA - Oct. 10, 2007
The third collaboration by Sirs Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice is also their mo
lavish. The Tony-winning musical biography of Maria Eva Duarte de Peron features dazzli
costumes, epic spectacle and sweeping, memorable tunes including the iconic "Oon'l Cry
Me, Argentina."
Individual tickets 1.45

RING OF FIRE - Feb. 1, 2008
Through 38 songs from the legendary Johnny Cash come stories of passion, redemptic
humor and salvation Hits include "Wall he Line' 'Hurl' j.a r'sr 'Folom Prison Blue
"A Boy Named Sue, and me tile song Individual I lets 1.15

THE PRODUCERS - Feb. 20, 2008
. Filled with over-the-lop laughs and flamboyant produciior numbers thai parody Ile Bruadw
shows ol yore, Mel Broohs' stage musical 01 his acclaimedI 1968 Irrlm won mor, Tonyi ir
any olher show in theater history The lavrih 'Springlimf lor Hitler priducionr number alo
could be worth me tickelr price
Individual licketsi $45.

MOVIN' OUT - Feb. 25, 2008
Take the music 0of" n of Arrican rock's greatest stars and combine it with the footwork
one of American ihealers , reatesi choreographers and you have a night of non-stop sta
energy. Twyla Tharp weaves more than two-score Billy Joel rock classics into the story of fi
life-long friends spread over two turbulent decades., i still o' 3rnd roll to me.
Individual tickets: $45.


CHECi


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Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

Extra! Extra! Read all about
it!! Summer programming is in
full swing!
For preschool and
Kindergarten children ages
3 to 5, it's Story Time on
Wednesday or Thursdays in
the Meeting. Room. (Older,
children and younger siblings
are also welcome. You mayx
stay with your children,or drop
your children off, depending
on their comfort or. behavior.
Please stay in Story Time if
you bring younger siblings
with you). Choose the day that
works best for you! Today and
tomorrow (July 11 and 12), we
will continue the newspaper


theme and visit the arts &
leisure section. On July 18 and
19, we jump into the weather
section. Sign-in for Story Time
begins at 10 a.m. The stories
and songs start at 10:15 a.m. At
the conclusion of the program,
you and your children can do a
simple craft together.
. Older children who enjoy
picture books (minimum age
6) meet for Picture Book Club,
also on Wednesdays, in the
Story Room. Today, we will
continue the newspaper theme
with the arts & leisure section.
-Next Wednesday, it's weather.
Sign-in begins at 10 a.m.
Stories and songs start at 10:15
a.m, The program ends with
a craft. Parents are welcome
to visit once and get a feel for


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theater




season


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
letin
:he CRESTVIEW - Broadway road shows,
visiting performance troupes, nationally
I renowned artists and the grandeur of classical
music are ours to savor, and all'are less than a
20-minute drive south of Crestview.
OWC's events appeal to everyone from
the diehard culture vulture to young 'uns
ost just discovering that live performances
ng are as sweet as graphics in a Playstation 3.
ng Whether you're the biggest Broadway buff or
an armchair quarterback who never thought
anything could be more gripping than a
game going into overtime, there's nothing in
this season's OWC lineup you won't enjoy
on. just as much.
The 2007-08 OWC Broadway Season
promises a razzle-dazzle program .with
works b\ great names including Sir Andre%
Lloyd Webber. Johnny Cash. Niel Brooks and
ay Billy Joel.
.ar3 Broadway Season tickets include four
)n shows for $165 per person. A Broadway/
Artist Series Season combo ticket for eight
productions is $275 per person. (More on
the Artist Series next week.) The box office
is open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
of (850) 729-6000 or toll free 1-SS8-83S.ARTS
.ge (2787), www.owc.edu/arts.
ive The NMattie Kelly Arts Center is located
on the O\'C campus at 100 College Blvd. in,
Niceville.


the program. After that, please
drop your child off and enio\.
the library! If your child is not
comfortable coming to Picture
Book Club alone, please attend
Story Time with .them in the
N meeting Room.
For children %Who enjoy
chapter books minimum age
49. Chapter Book Club gathers
on Thursday. The next two
are July 12 and 19. We will
begin "The Landry News" by
Andrew Clements. Here's a
teaser: "The bad news is that
Cara Landry is the new kid at
Denton Elementary School. The
worse news is that her teacher,
Mr. Larson, would rather read
the'paper and drink coffee than
teach his students anything. So
Cara decides to give Mr. Larson
something else to read - her
own newspaper, 'The Landry
News.' Before she knows it,
the whole fifth-grade class is
in one the project. But then the
principal finds a copy of 'The
Landry News,'with unexpected
results. Tomorrow's headline:


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Will Cara's newspaper cost Mr.
Larson his job?" Read through
chapter seven and complete a
share sheet before you come on
Thursday. July 12!
If \our child is8 years old,
but interested in the Chapter
Book Club, please make an
appointment to read with
Ms. Heather prior to July 12.
Exceptions will ,be made for
S year old-s who can prove
they are ready for The Landry
News.' This program is for
kids only, but you are welcome
to visit once and get a feel for
the program. After that, please
drop your child off and enjoy
the library!
Every Monday evening in
July.at6p.m . RaeSch\sartzwill
whet your child's appetite for
art...both to appreciate and to,
create! So if you have a rising
first-fifth grader, you won't
want to miss July's Okaloosa
Volunteer Art Lessons (OVAL)!
Please bring your own crayons
for the best color selection.
It's recycling at its finest
for Family Library Time
on Tuesday, July 17! Using
newspaper as our material, we
will create beads for necklaces
and bracelets, an origami dog,
a football, and Newspaper
Ned or Nadia. As these crafts
are geared for older children,
children must be at least 6 years5
old to participate. Registration
is required for this free event!
Register and pick up 'your
free ticket at the circulation
desk before the forty spots fill!
Newspaper Creations begin at
7p.m. and wrap up at 8:30 p.m.
"Meet Mr. Lincoln" at 10
a.m. on Friday, July 20 in the
Meeting Room. Children and
adults alike will enjoy this
enlightening, informative and
educational look at the life of
the 16th President of the United
States, presented by Dennis
Boggs.
Just Ask.
Any questions? Just ask
Anna, Sharon, Sandra, Jean,
Marie, Heather, Sengdara, Lise,
Tara, Tracey, or Janice. We will
be happy to assist you.
You can contact us in person
at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the Post Office), on the
Web at www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm or by phone at
682-4432.


ITodav's Weather


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sun with the
chance of an
isolated
thunder-
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Sunrise:
5:51 AM
Sunset:
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Highs in the
mid 90s and
lows in the
low 70s.

Sunrise:
5:52 AM
Sunset:
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lows in the
mid 70s.

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88/72
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Gainesville 93
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News Information
If you have a concern or comment about
Crestview News Bulletin's
coverage, please call 682-6524.
General Manager
Kelly Humphrey
Editor
Robbyn Brooks
Office Manager
Lynn Gann
Advertising information
Heather Gann.........ad consultant
Classifieds
Melissa Tedder.........classified ads
Editorial
Brian Hughes..................reporter
Ann Spann.................... photographer
Renee Bell.................typesetting
Sunshine Wright........typesetting


Circulation Information
682-6524
Production
Greg Allen..............graphic artist
Amanda Kosche... graphic artist
Betsy Bondi............graphic artist
The Crestview News Bulletin is
published twice weekly each Wednesday
and Saturday by Florida Freedom
Newpapers, Inc., at 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536.
Periodicals Postage Paid at Crestview,
Florida. POSTMASTER: Please send
address changes to Crestview News
Bulletin, P.O. Box 447, Crestview, Florida
32539. All material herein is property of
the Crestview News Bulletin.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2007 LOCAL


Crestview Chamber plans events


From staff reports

The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
will host a ribbon cutting
today at 10 a.m. at the
Waffle House on U.S.
Highway 90, across the
from the News Bulletin
office.
On Thursday, the
chamber will hold its
regular monthly breakfast
meeting at 7:30 a.m. at
Central Baptist Church.
This month's breakfast
sponsor is Associated
Land Title.
Chamber members are


asked to bring a donation
of non-perishable food
for Sharing and Caring.
On Friday, the chamber
will host a ribbon cutting
ceremony at noon at
Premier Community Bank
on U.S. Highway 90.
The Crestview Area
Chamber, in conjunction
with the Walton County
Chamber and the Greater
Fort Walton Beach
Chamber of Commerce,
is calling out for 2007
Athena Award nominees!
The Athena Award
honors women who
strive towards the highest


OFFENDER, continued from


"When I vote on it, I
want to vote what's right,
not what's popular," said
Wells, referring to the
fact that other cities, such
as Destin, have doubled
the state standard for its
residents.
Wells said he wasn't
certain this was a concern
to be legislated by local
government.
If the council approves
the ordinance, sex
offenders moving to
Crestview won't be
able to live within 2,500
feet of schools, parks,
playgrounds and day care
centers.
Councilwoman Linda
Parker spoke in favor
of the ordinance and
suggested that bus stops,


and maybe public libraries,
be included in the list of
places off limits.
"I don't think we should
do anything less than what
the law will allow," Parker
said. "We don't need to
accommodate them (sex
offenders) or make it any
easier for them."
However, adding bus
stops to the list would
basically prevent sex
offenders from moving
within city limits, said
Crestview Administrative
Services Director Mike
Wing.
Councilman Bob Allen
had a different perspective
on the issue.
"Yes, we need to protect
our children," Allen said.
"But this ordinance will


levels of professional
accomplishment, who
excel in their chosen
field, have devoted
time and energy to their
community, and who also
open paths so that others
may follow.
For more information
on the Athena Awards,
visit the chamber's
Web site at www.
crestviewchamber.com.
Be sure to visit www.
crestviewchamber. com
for a slideshow of photos
from the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
annual banquet.


Al

create a false sense of
security"
Having no sex offenders,
current or future, reside
in the city would suit
Councilwoman Brenda
Bush.
"The children can't
protect themselves," Bush
said. "We've got to do it."
Part of the problem is
making sure sex offenders
register where they live,
Wells said.
Wing said that, on
average, 300 sex offenders
probably reside within the
city at one time.
But only 91 are
registered on the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office
Web site.
"That's where the
problem lies," Wells said.


ACCIDENTS, continued from


was wearing dark clothes,
until it was too late.
"It was just a tragic
accident," he said.
Paramedics pronounced
Proffitt dead on scene.
Family had been notified
as of 11 a.m. Tuesday,
according to the FHP.
Johnson was not
injured.
No charges have been
filed.
A separate single-vehicle
accident sent a local woman
to West Florida Hospital in
Pensacola by helicopter
late Monday night.
The crash occurred a few
miles north of Crestview's
city limits, near the
intersection of State Road
85 and Auburn Road, at
about 10:13 p.m.


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RELAY
FOR LIFE

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According to a witness,
the driver, Lisa Humphrey,
35, was headed east on
Auburn Road when she
crossed lanes and slammed
head on into a telephone
pole on the north side of
the rural road.
North Okaloosa Fire
District Chief Ed Cutler
said he couldn't say what
exactly cause the accident.
However, he did say that
Humphrey was traveling
at a high speed when her
2003 Pontiac Gram Am
impacted with the pole.
"The impact broke
the telephone pole and
knocked a wire off a
house," Cutler said.
The location of the
Pontiac, in accordance
to the pole, suggested


Al
that the back end of the
car lifted off the ground
upon impact, turned 120
degrees and slammed
back down, he added.
He believed that
Humphrey, who resides
less than one mile from
the accident site on Old
Hickory Road, was headed
home when the accident
happened.
She was conscious but
disoriented at the scene
before she was air lifted
by Gulf Flight One to
Pensacola to be treated
for injuries that were
potentially severe.
As of Tuesday
afternoon, Humphrey was
still in critical condition,
according to' hospital
staff.


Relay For Life

Crestview Committee Rally
Thursday, July 12, 2007, 6:00 p.m.
at the American Legion


Please join your fellow neighbors... at the Relay For Life of Crestview Committee Rally!
Do you have a passion for Relay For Life and are interested in taking on a larger role in
the planning of the 2008 Crestview Relay? If so join us at the Crestview Committee Rally!
We will present to you the How To's of participating in Relay For Life and how you can
become a part of the fight against cancer by serving on the 2008 Steering Committee for
Relay For Life of Crestview. You do not want to miss this!

Refreshments will be provided
Questions - Please contact Pam Kartman-Sidabras at
pam.kartmansidabars@cancer.org.


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Opinion & Editorial


Check out what's
new on

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Kelly Humphrey
Crestview News Bulletin

If there's one thing a visit to
the hospital will teach you, it's
that no one is indispensable.
Last week I checked in for
what was supposed to be a
three-day stay. Before I left, I
sent a LONG list of instructions
to the folks here at the Bulletin,
asking them to take care of
several tasks while I was gone.
To my delight, our
wonderful staff attacked the list
with a vengeance, completing
almost everything I asked for.
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Seven police trivia questions


The Cop

Column

OSCO Sgt.
Rick Hord

If you like to play trivia
games, here are seven
good law enforcement
related questions. If you
get four or more correct,
consider yourself a cop-
trivia whiz.
1-Is there really such
a thing as a "Citizen's
Arrest?"
Yes. Almost all
shoplifting arrests are
"citizen's arrests," because
it's usually the merchant,
not an agent of the
government, that detects
the crime, identifies the
suspect, and deprives
the suspect of his or her


liberty. Other than retail
theft, however, "citizen
arrests" these days are not
normally encouraged.
2-Are the police
required to read a suspect
Miranda Rights as soon
as they are placed under
arrest?
No. That's a myth
promulgated by TV and
the movies. The police
must inform the suspect of
his or her Fifth and Sixth
Amendment rights prior to
"custodial interrogation."
That may happen at
any time, from minutes
to months either before
or after an arrest. If the
police do read the famous
"Miranda Warning" at
the time of arrest, it's only
because that's also the time
they plan to question the
suspect. If the police fail
to administer Miranda,
the arrest is still valid, but


Over 100K pounds of

food donated May 12

Thanks to all of the Okaloosa and Walton
County residents who supported the food drive.
With your help, 109,815 pounds of food were
collected and distributed to 28 local area food
banks during the 2007 NALC Food Drive held
Saturday. May 12.
Letter carriers collected 70,745.176 pounds of
nonperishable food in the Nation's Largest Anti-
Hunger Food Drive through all 50 states and U.S.
jurisdictions. The total collected over the past 15
years is over 836 million pounds.
A special thanks goes to all the letter carriers in
Fort Walton Beach, Shalimar. Mary Esther, Eglin
A.F.B., Destin, Baker, Miramar Beach, Niceville,
, Valparaiso. Crestview. DeFuniak Springs,
Freeport, Holt, Santa Rosa Beach and Laurel Hill
for all their outstanding volunteer service!-
The NALC Food Drive is sponsored locally bu
the National Association of Letter Carriers. the U.S.
Postal Service. the AFL-CiO and the United Way of
Okaloosa and I\'alton Counties.


any statements the suspect
made may be thrown out
of court.
3-Is it "entrapment"
when a traffic officer is
hidden from view?
No. "Entrapment" is
defense a suspect can use
if the police played a role
in generating the intent
to commit a wrongful act.
If an undercover officer,
for example, talks you
into dealing drugs for
profit, you might argue
that if you had never
met that undercover cop,
you wouldn't be a drug
dealer. A speeder claiming
entrapment would be
trying to convince the
judge that he would have
been driving slower if
there hadn't been a patrol
car behind the billboard.
4-Why are police
officers called "cops?"
You can thank New


York City for that one. The
first U.S. city to establish
paid professional police,.
in 1845, New York issued'
badges made of copper.
The badges became
known as "coppers,"
then the officers
themselves adopted the
nickname. Most officers ,
do not consider "cop" a
derogatory term.
5-Why were police
officers often typecast
with Irish accents in old
movies?
There's an element of
truth in that stereotype.
Many U.S. cities
were forming police
departments in the 1840s,
the time of the Irish Potato
Famine. Immigrants from
Ireland were arriving in
vast numbers. They were
hungry, destitute, and
desperate. Police jobs
were dangerous, low-


paying, and unappealing
to anybody who could fine
any other job.
6-Why are police
uniforms usually blue?
Police throughout
the world owe much
to Sir Robert Peel, who
professionalized the
London Metropolitan
Police in 1829. When Sir
Bobby put his officers in'
uniform, he chose blue to
distinguish them from the
famous Redcoats of the
British Army.
7-Why do cops like
doughnuts?
Again, there's some
history behind that. Until
recent years, doughnut
shops were about the
only places in most
towns where midnight-
shift officers could find a*,
comfortable, well-lighted
workspace...complete
with restrooms and


Enforce existing immigration laws


Paul Morin
American Legion
National Commander

The United States Senate
spoke loud and clear for the
American people - this issue
is too important to create
new laws while ignoring
existing laws.
The American Legion,
most Americans, and the
majority of legal immigrants
oppose any measures
that sanction or condone
coming to this country in
any manner other than
as stipulated by existing
law, whether disguised as
"undocumented workers"
or "guest-worker programs"
or any other wordsmithing
that is synonymous with
amnesty.
-Americans understand
the meaning of "immi-
gration," but the adjectives
"legal" and "illegal" seem to
be deliberately ignored by


some.
The American Legion's
official position is simple:
enforcement, enforcement,
and enforcement.
Assimilation into
American society by legal
immigrants is important
to the nation's welfare:
however, the failure to
properly enforce existing
immigration laws divides
the nation and manifests
both serious racial and
cultural turmoil.
The message to Capitol
Hill is clear:
* Oppose any great influx
of legal immigrants and
support immigration quotas
set on a moderate and
regulated scale in numbers
that enable the immigrants
to be readily absorbed into
-the cultureiand-lifestream-of?
the U.S.
* Call for a strong and
ceremonially rich citizenship
naturalization process.


* Remain steadfast
in the belief that all legal
immigrants seeking
citizenship should possess
a level of proficiency with
the English language and an
understanding of American
history and government.
* Advocate that a
naturalization ceremony
should be mandatory and
conducted in the English
language and in a U.S.
District Court.
* Support legislation that
allow's legal immigrants who
are U.S. military veterans,
with less than three years
of active-duty service, to
seek naturalization if they
are injured or their injuries
were aggravated while on
active-duty with the US
Armed Forces resulting in a
discharge under honorable.
conditions.
Before enacting new laws
that legalize illegal conduct,
try enforcing existing laws.


GOVRNEN


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


* HOLT DISTRICT BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS holds
their regularly scheduled
meetings every third
Thursday of the month at
490 U.S. Hvwy 90, Holt, in the
community building at 6:30
p.m. The public is encouraged
to attend.
* HOLT FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular training meeting the
second and fourth Thursdays
at 7 p.m. at the fire station
located at 490 U.S. 90 in Holt.
Persons interested in joining
the department are welcome
to attend.
* The DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at 4418 Poverty
Creek Rd., Crest'iew station
#41. The public is invited to
attend.
* The LAUREL HILL
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
on the second Fnday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Pire
Department office located in


the Laurel Hill City Hall. The
public is always welcome to
attend.
* The NORTH OKALOOSA
FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month
at Fire Stahon 83, located at
5241 Hwy. 4 in Milligan. Each
meeting begins at 7 p.m.
* The OKALOOSA
- WALTON
TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING ORGANIZATION
normally meets on the third
Thursday\ ot the month at the
Niceville Community Center,
204 North Partin Drive at 3
p.m To conhrm the meeting
date and locahon, call 1-800-
226-8914 ext. 231.
* The LAUREL HILL
CITY COUNCIL meets on the
second and fourth Thursdays
of each month at City Hall on
State Road 85 m Laurel Hill.
Each session starts at 7 p.m.
* The ALMARANTE
VOLUNTEER FIRE DISTRICT
holds their monthly business
-and c6mminsioners meeting
on the second Thursday night


of each month at the fire
,station.
* The NORTH OKALOOSA
REPUBLICAN CLUB holds
its monthly meetings on
the third Tuesday of, each
month at Hideaway Pizza
in Crestview at 6:30 p.m. For
more ..information, contact
Barney L. Bailey Jr. at 689-3773
or 865-0475.
* The CRESTVIEW CITY
COUNCIL meets every second
and fourth Monday of each
month at Crestview City Hall
on Wilson Street in downtown
Crestview. Each session starts
at 6 p.m.
* The BLACKMAN
FIRE DISTRICT holds their
monthly board meeting on
the first Monday night of each
month at the fire station. The
meetings begin at 7 p.m.
* The OKALOOSA
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS meets on
the first and third Tuesday
of each month. Each meeting
alternates in location between
,the county courthouse in


Crestview, and the water and
sewer building in Fort Walton
Beach. Morning meetings
begin at 8:30 a.m.; nighttime
meetings begin at 6 p.m. Be
sure to go online at
www.co.okaloosa.fl.us and
check for the most recent
calendar of events.
* The FEDERAL CIVILIAN
RETIREE SERVICE CENTER
is located in Room 165A,
Building 210 on EglinAir Force
Base. Its hours of operation
are Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday of each week from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are
welcome, or call 882-2720 for
an appointment or additional
information.
* The DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please call
Mary Grace Evors at 864-
5275.





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Special to the News Bulletin
Newlyweds Jenny and Joshua Highlander.
Wills - Highlander
Jenny Lynne Wills and Joshua Alex Highlander
were united in marriage on April 14, 2007, at
Dancing Waters Chapel, Steinhatchee Landing
Resort, Steinhatchee, Fla.
The bride is the daughter of Dewey and Laurie
Wills of West Palm Beach. The groom is the son of
Charlie and Linda Highlander of Crestview.
Rev. Mark English officiated at the double ring
ceremony, where the bride was given in marriage
by her father.
Maid of Honor was the bride's cousin, Kelly
McDannel. Other attendants were Heather Bates,
Morgan Cullen and Caitlin Highlander, sister of the
groom. Alexandrea Hayden was flower girl and
Bryce Hayden was ringbearer.
Best Man was Daniel Redmond. Groomsmen
were Dr. Brian, Barrow, Justin Riley, and Jason
Robbins. Ushers were Brad Weitekamp, Damon
Pappalardo, Jason Jimenez and Chris Pollari.
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the ceremony at the Steinhatchee Landing Resort
Conference Center. , I
Special guests at the wedding were the bride's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wills of Toccoa,
Georgia, and the groom's grandmothers, Mrs.
Verna Sawyer and Mrs. Christine Highlander of
Crestview.
Following a honeymoon in Bachelor Gulch,
Colo., the couple will reside in St. Thomas, U.S.
Virgin Islands.




Holloway 50th


anniversary


Joe and Selva Holloway of Baker celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary with their family and
friends on Friday, June 29, 2007 at a dinner in the
banquet room of Coach-N-Four in Crestview.
The Holloways were married June 29, 1957, at
the Holt Baptist Church in Holt, Fla., followed by a
honeymoon in the Smokey Mountains.
They were high school sweethearts. Joe
quarterbacked for the Baker High Gators and Selva
was a cheerleader and homecoming queen.
At the time of their wedding, Joe was employed
by Alatex and was a member of the Florida
National Guard. Selva was employed by the
Okaloosa County Health Department. Presently,
Joe is employed at Eglin A.F.B. by Indyne.
The couple has one daughter, Gloria and her
husband Greg Fortner of Baker. They also have two
grandchildren, Blake and wife Misty Fortner, and
one granddaughter, Brittany Fortner. Their two
great-grandchildren, Gavin and Payton Fortner, are
the joy of their lives.
The Holloways have made Baker their country
home for the entire 50 years since their marriage
in 1957.


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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin CRIME


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Robbyn Brooks I Crestview News Bulletin
These bottles of Oxycotin were recovered from a
suspect's waistband after a robbery Saturday night.



Crestview


pharmacy robbed


Robbyn Brooks
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW-Police now
have' a man in custody
after an unarmed robbery
at the C'VS pharmacy at
the intersection of U.S.
Highway 90 and State Road
85 Saturday,
Timoth\ Nelson was
arrested Saturday
evening after a successful
investlgahton and search
by the Cresthiew\ Police
Department.
Before lus arrest, Nelson,
4'-, presented a note to the'
pharmacist stating he was
robbing the store. The note
also requested several types
of prescription pills.
The note read," PLEASE
EXCUSE ME, THIS IS A
ROBBERY, I'M SORRY, BUT
INEEDOXYCOTIN."
The pharmacist had


trouble reading the note
and gave it back to Nelson
to read to her.
Nelson was identified by.
witnesses and a surveillance
video. ?
He was placed under
arrest after officers located
him at the Torn Thumb
located at W. Robinson
Street and ,S. Ferdon
Boulevard.,
After being read his
Mliiranda rights. Nelson
denied an\ involvement in
the robbery.
Police then retrieved
evidence contained in a
plastic bag inside Nelson's
waistband.
Nelson then said he
didn t have a gun and that
he had an addiction. He
said he \was going to use the
pills to kill himself Saturday
night..He said he did not
plan to sell the pills.


*' Amy Diane Jones, 38, of
1005 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on a charge of possession of a
legend drug without a prescription. *
Daniel Dewayne Nolan, 23, of 5827
Pinecrest Dr., Crestview, was charged
with one count of possession of a
controlled substance and two counts of
P,'.-: 4 ,I,_, , . _'i c ,..l drug without a
prescription. .
6/27: Douglas Stephen Riddle,
46, of 59 Boyd Circle, Niceville, was
c h a r g e d ' ; i - .'ii.- , ,_ . i -1 i i'.v i .
6/28: Li .. Pr, 25. . .. 2 M ,i;.il.:'
Drive, r .ii E-tre. .,- ,..,0, :,
summonr I'-. drii.. , . l-1:e Ihc I'Cie
suspended, or revoked, second offense.
* Ton', P.,u i-ler.der.'ii. 52, ...f -I 2
Garde- ' Sreel. C(i e:r e '. '.'. LArreficd
on a c'hr'-i. . 'if jevi i tluela t frim
justice
7/4: ierrm Ro,al Brunridoge. 4-h.
of 296 W. Oakdale Ave.; Apt. B-2,
Crestview, -.:'. ,: ,haried ui ,' onc. court
of d-,rue-ik b.iner- * Dui.in DCe .in,;
Emer-on I % _. 1 I oudl i i C d Di'r ,.
C r;i IL .'. ., a'5.h i.:ie, ., ill .,'-eco-un[
of :'..'i.ir.,L arrest with:ui li ,ern. *
Tracey D. Armstrong, 44 .-.i 22 L'ee
Ave., Crestview,: was clh.jiaCd .ii .l
..L'.i. d ',IT,:ni'n . rii inc .' hil Ielic-rr
suspended or revoked. * S.: ' i:hl.:
Kirksey, 18, of 80,3 S Brean Sneci.
Crestview, , -. L'i.ar--ed , h one c.um


of battery.
7/5: Jerrell A. Gainer, 24, of 5537
Brackin St., *Crestview, was charged
with a. second offense of driving
while likcnse iusipended or revoked.
Monica M rne P'i:ens., N, of 317 W.
Oakdale Ave., Crestview, was arrested
on a charge of one count of trespass in
structure at the Oakdale Garden Inn. *
,Marie Isabel Gonzi.iez-Flore':. '3 of
482 E Dee Run. DeFunial,'. ISprin.'.
Fla., ' .- :li.,ijc .je '. ii one count of
1l|. I the * Fehlipe Po.l , io- ieeda. 26.
.'i 4_ E Deci Run. [iFunia, . Sprrnn.
'. chil-d '.. 11' beIliL' d pirric.pke I:
r [ llt rlhft
, 7/6: Emmiri G(iiilnard Jr. .o.1 l .:i
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Crestview News Bulletin I A7


BACKYARD

CONSERVATION
Darryl Williams
USDA NARCS


Connecting corridors:

what they mean to wildlife


As you think about the
needs of wildlife, it can often
help if you put yourself in
their place, as best you can.
That's true when you think
about the value of wildlife
connecting corridors.
If you were a wild animal
or bird, given the choice, you
would probably spend most of
your time in a larger patch of
habitat rather than a smaller
one.
And, you might well need
to move from one habitat
patch to another, searching for
water or new or fresh food.
* But you'd want to do it
over, behind or through some
protective cover, hidden from
predators, wouldn't you?
That's where connecting
corridors are valuable for
wildlife.
Connecting corridors are
the strips of grass and/or
shrubs and trees that connect
larger habitat areas fi whether
they are wetlands, native
grasses, woodlands, or other
habitat.
In recent years, interest
in connecting corridors has
grown because wildlife
corridors are seen as ways
to allow wildlife and plants
to spread across natural
landscapes that have been
cut into pieces by roads,
development, logging or other
land disturbances.
The corridors allow


animals to find new resources
and prevent isolation of
species.
Studies have shown that
wild areas connected by
corridors have more wildlife
or greater biodiversity than
disconnected fragments.
There is some concern
about corridors entrapping
some wildlife species, since
predators can more easily find
their prey in a narrow strip of
habitat. For that reason, the
wider the corridor, the better.
In most situations,
landowners creating corridors
may want to consider a design
that is edge feathered, which
includes zones of grasses,
shrubs and trees all in the
same corridor. The center of
the corridor would be planted
with trees, with strips of
shrubs on each side, bordered
on the outside by zones of
grasses and legumes. This
combination offers habitat for
wildlife that may use all three
types for food and cover, as
well as Wildlife that needs
only one of the habitat types.
Get more info. For more
information, stop at our
office at 938 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview, or visit
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Management Institute's
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Hilltoppers lunch. Jennifer
will have the private room
at the Laurel Hill Grill
ready for us at 11 a.m.
You are invited to join in
this Dutch treat lunch and
enjoy a time of getting
acquainted with your
neighbors.
The Laurel Hill City
Council meets twice a
month on the second and
fourth Thursday, at 7 p.m.
Drop in. Your participa tion
is always appreciated.
The Almarante
Cemetery Commission
appreciates the Almarante
Cemetery maintenance
donations they . have
received. We all like to see
this special place in good
condition.. If you have
not, made your donation,
please consider handing
it to one of the clerks at
City Hall during business
hours.
Fred and Roma Lee
Henderson, our good
neighbors, continue
to plant and maintain
a bountiful vegetable
garden. We recently
enjoyed delicious corn,
tomatoes, cucumbers and
squash from their garden.
Fred is 88 years young with
the zeal of a young man
when it comes to planting
his annual garden. He also
cares for his several acres
of manicured lawn with a
white picket fence fronting
their property on Second
Avenue.


A hearty salute to city
worker Junior Spikes! He
has the tiny LaUiel Hill
mini-garden trimmed and
grass free! During the heat
of the day we sax%- him
cleaning the. garden spot
ard waving to motorists.
We. appreciate the city
for caring about this
welcoming spot in the
middle of town.
Blueberry season is
my favorite season of
the year! I enjoy picking
the luscious ripe berries,
bagging and sharing the
fruit with friends. Any
excuse to share a bag of
berries makes my day. The
birds and I are in a race
to reach the berries in the
top of the trees. Blueberry.
cobblers are mouth-
watering good, too.
The Red Hat Society,
Gallery Gals of Laurel Hill,
visited Mia's restaurant for
their June luncheon. The
food was very good and we
appreciated the services of
our nice waitress.
. Tiny Gabriel Jaden
and his mother, Angel
Chessor, dropped by for
a brief visit. Janet Twitty
shared her upcoming
plans for another trip to
Israel; Sueann Weston,
Cassie . Rogers, Carolyn
Strickland, Janice Bailey,
Kathleen McMichael have
special travel plans for
the fall; Jessie Fleming
has plans to visit her
daughter via airlines;
Penny Dunston, Marilyn
Maloney, Yvonne Jordan
and the Queen Mother-


enjoyed the togetherness.
Flashback in time:
A, recent discussion
With friends regarding
the food on our tables
during the years of the
Depression. For country
families, gardens were a
mainstay of our plentiful
food supply. Fresh peas,
butterbeans, green snap
beans, corn, tomatoes,
okra, watermelons and
cantaloupe were just a
sampling of produce to
be eaten fresh and put in
canning jars for winter
use. The smokehouse held
smoked ham, bacon and
sausage.
Blackberries, - peaches,
pears and blueberries
were some. of the local
fruits grown for cobblers
and pies, jams and jellies.
Sugar cane was grown
for syrup making and
beehives for sweet honey.
Mamas made biscuits as
tender as a woman's heart
for these goodies.
Doug recalls picking
blueberries when he was
a boy for three cents a
quart.
He also remembers
using the money to buy
school clothes. Do I need
to tell you that he does
not enjoy picking berries
today!
The eyes of the Lord are
in every place, keeping
watch on the evil and the
good. A gentle tongue
is a tree of life, but
perverseness in it breaks
the spirit.
- Proverbs 15:3-4


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WHAT'S HAPPENING


WEDNESDAY, JULY 11,2007


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From staff reports


JULY

CHS MARCHING BAND
RAISING FUNDS: The Big
Red Machine has been invited
to Hawaii to perform on the
U.S.S. Battleship Missouri. To
make this happen they need
your help.
On July 13 and 14 from 5 to
10 p.m., senior band members
will be waiting on cars at the
north and south Sonic. Drive-
Ins in Crestview. Stop in and
let them be your car hop!
On July 14 and 15 from
10 a.m. to 7 p.m., the junior
band members will be
"Bagging for Band" at the
Crestview Winn-Dixie. Please
come on "buy" and support
the Big Red Machine. Tips and
donations greatly appreciated
at both locations.
MAIN STREET
INTERSECTIONS TO
CLOSE: Beginning July 1,
motorists can expect closed
intersections on Main Street
in the downtown area of
Crestview. These closings are
due to the placement of brick
pavers in the intersections.
The city of Crestview
apologizes for any
inconvenience this may cause,
however, it is necessary to
replace the damaged areas of
stenciled asphalt.
For more information
call Wayne Steele at the.
Department of Public Services
at 682-6132.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center is hosting the following
blood drives:
Saturday, July 14 at Wal-
Mart in Crestview from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Friday, July 20, Battle of


the Badges, North Okaloosa .
County. One will be held at
Publix in Crestview - 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 21,
and one to be held at First
Assembly of God Church in
Crestview - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
GUARDSMEN GET
HALF PRICE ADMISSION:
Governor Charlie Crist
recently signed an executive
order to lower admission
indefinitely for active Florida
National Guard members
and their families at all of the
Department of Environmental
Protection's Florida' State
Parks upon presentation of a
valid Florida National Guard
identification card.
Admission fees per car,
which range from $4 to $5
at most parks for up to eight
people, will also be half-price
with a guard member or
family member presenting a
valid identification card.
For more information,
visit the Web site at www.
FloridaStateParks.org.
FLORIDA TRAIL ASSOC.
ACTIVITIES: Saturday, July
14, 8 a.m., canoe/kayak trip
down the Yellow River. Free.
Details: 682-6098
Sunday, July 15, 9 a.m.
Florida Trail Association
canoe/kayak trip on Boiling
Creek. Free. Details: (850) 474-
5359. .
Saturday, July 21, 8 a.m.
Volunteers needed by the.
Florida Trail - Association.
for trail maintenance in the:
Blackwater River State Forest.
Details: (850) 994-5944.
Tue-.day. Tuly 24 6 p.m.
_llonthly meeting ot the Florida
Trail Association at LaRumba
restaurant in Niceville. Visitors
welcome. Details: 682-6098.
Saturday, July 28, 8 a.m.
Volunteers needed by the


Florida Trail Association for
trail maintenance at Eglin AFB.
Details: (850) 862-9633.
You may also visit the trail
Web site .at http: //westgate.
floridatrailorg for more on
these events. -
SONS OF AMERICAN
REVOLUTION: This group's
next meeting is at 8 a.m. on'
July 14 at Neighborhood Caf6
in Mary Esther. The public is
invited. Call John Cahoon at
862-5078 for details.
TATTING CLASS: Visit
the Heritage Museum of
Northwest Florida for a lesson
in the ancient art of tatting -
traditional lace making - on
July 17, 18, 24 and 25 from 9:30
- 11:30 a.m. Tatting produces
intricate lace by the knotting
of fine thread held on a small
shuttle, a device used in
weaving thread.
Cost is $35, or $30 for.
museum members, and
includes all materials. Pre-
registration is required..
For additional information
or to register, call (850)
678-2615,. or visit www.
heritage-museum.org online.
The museum is located at
115 \\est ie-w Avenue in
Valparai-o.
ASIAN BUSINESS
CONFERENCE: UWF'- lapan
Center will host the "Explorng
Opportunities in Japan, China
and Korea" on July 20 from
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the
Addison Auditorium located
at the Gulf Pow er Company
building in do'inTto, n
Pensacola. .
Attendees will also have
the -opportunity to have a
one-on-one consultation
with Sam Tabuchi from the
Enterprise. Florida Japan
Office. Appointments must be
made for these consultations
by contacting Andrea Moore


at amoore@eflorida.com.
Registration prior to July 17
costs $15 for the general public
and $5 for UWF students.
After July 17, the cost is $20 for
the general public and $10 for
UWF students. Lunch will be
provided.
For more information or
to receive a registration form,
contact the UWF Japan Center
at (850) 474-3363 or e-mail
japan@uwf.edu.
NOMINATIONS OPEN
FOR HALL OF FAME: July
* 18 is the deadline for receiving
nominations for the Okaloosa
County Women's Hall of
Fame.
The nominee's
accomplishments may in
the fields of art, agriculture,
athletics, business,
community service, education,
environment, . government,
health, humanities, law,
philanthropy and science.
She must have lived
or worked in Okaloosa
County, and may be living or
deceased.
Finalists will be recognized
at the Women's Annual Hall
of Fame Reception on Aug. 27
at the Niceville Community
Center.
Nomination forms are
available from Pamela Walters
at 729-5291 or waltersp@owc.
edu.
LEPC HAZMAT
MEETING: The District 1
Local Emergency Planning
Committee will hold its next
quarterly meeting at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, July 18 at the
Escambia County Department
of Public Safety-Training
.Room, located at 6575 North
* \V Street in Pensacola.
The Training and Resource
Subcommittee meeting will be
held before that at 8:30 a.m.
. Links to previous meetings
minutes are located on the
LEPC web calendar located
at http://www.wfrpc.org/
wfrpc/Lepcmtg.htm. All
meetings and workshops are
open to the public. Interested
parties may also contact John
Gallagher at 850-332-7976 Ext.
206 in the Pensacola calling
area, or 800-226-8914, ext. 206
outside of Pensacola.
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LAWN CARE PROGRAM:
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Association are offering a free
lawn care program for area
homeowners and gardeners
on Saturday, July 21, from 1 to
3 p.m. in the library meeting
room. Speaker Robert Fultyn
will show attendees how
to maintain a healthy lawn,
and how to treat those pests
and problems. For more
information, contact Jennifer
Kepple, Adult Services
Librarian, at 833-9590.
MEIGS PARK REOPENS:
Meigs Park, 45A Meigs Drive
in Shalimar reopened July 4.
The boat ramp is open to small
boats only, and is too shallow
for larger boats.
To learn more about
Okaloosa County Parks or
beach accesses and view
photos, visit our web site at
www.co.okaloosa.fl.us. Once
online, simply select tourism
and select parks, or call 689-
5084 for more information.
JULY 14 - 27 SHELTER
HOUSE RESTAURANT
TOUR: Eleven area restaurants
are donating part of their
proceeds from that day to
support Shelter House.
This includes Mia's Italian
Restaurant and Uptown Caf6,
both in Crestview.
Uptown Caf6 will
participate on July 19 and July
26. Mia's will participate on
July 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
July 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Helen Back (Okaloosa
Island) is donating $1.00 for
every large and $.50 for every
small pizza sold during the
tour.
If you feel that a family
member or intimate partner
is endangering your physical
or emotional safety or if you
know someone experiencing
this in their home, call Shelter
House's hotline at 1-800-44-
ABUSE, or 863-4777.
PAWS ACCEPTING
DONATIONS: The PAWS
Humane Society and Adoption
Center in Fort Walton Beach is
in desperate need of towels
that can be used for bedding,
bathing, etc. in the care of the
animals at PAWS.
The homeless pets go
through approximately 250
pounds of food each day. Dry,
regular-type food for cats and
dogs that does not contain
colors or artificial dyes will be
greatly appreciated. They can
always use any type of towels
and linens, but the current
need is critical.
Please drop off donations at
PAWS, 725 Northwest Lovejoy
Road.
RWO SCHOLARSHIP: A
$1,000 scholarship has been
established by the Republican
Women of Okaloosa, Federated
through the Okaloosa-Walton
College Foundation to assist
a female high school graduate
to attend OWC in the 2007/08
academic year.
Candidates must meet the
following requirements: Be
admitted to Okaloosa-Walton
College; have a history of
volunteer community service
and / or political involvement;
have maintained a minimum
3.0 grade point average in
high school; be a registered
Republican. The deadline is
July 15.
Application forms are
available at www.rwof.org or
by contacting Carla Reinlie at
729-5357. For details, please
contact Cindy Frakes at 651-
9335 or cfrakes@gnt.net.
DORCAS BC BIBLE
SCHOOL: Dorcas Baptist
Chruch will host Vactional
Bible School July 15-20 from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. nightly. Classes
will be held for children ages
kindergarten through fifth
.grade.
Fanmily Night is Friday,
July 20 at 6:30 for parents to
visit each "site" the children
traveled to, and the teachers
and workers who were with
them through the week. Call
Debbie Bowden at 682-2301 or
Rev. David Van Zandt at 682-
4958 for details.
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
AmeriCorps members.
Applications are available at
all six OWC campuses. For
more information, contact
the AmeriCorps office at 729-
6037 or 729-4946 on the OWC
Niceville campus, or 892-8100
for the OWC Chautauqua
Center in DeFuniak Springs.
BUTTERFLY ASSOC.
MEETING AND COUNT:
The North American Butterfly
Association Choctaw Chapter
will meet on Monday, July
16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mitchell
Building adjacent to the
Valparaiso Public Library
at 459 Valparaiso Parkway,
Valparaiso.
Guest speaker, Odin Toness
will present "Fire Ants, Locusts
and Honey bees: Human
Interventions."
NABA Choctaw is
currently planning the Annual
NABA Butterfly Count which
will take place on July 21,
2007. People interested in
participating in the count,
especially those wishing to
personally count their own
gardens, are encouraged to
attend this meeting. General
information on butterflies,
butterfly gardening, and other
related topics will be available.
There will be a door prize and
refreshments.
All NABA meetings are
free and open to the public. For
more information call 850-729-
2893 or email nabachoctaw@
hotmail.com.
MASON DISTRICT
DEPUTY VISIT: Concord
Masonic, Lodge will host a
meeting with District Deputy
Mel Odom on July 16. Dinner
is at 6 p.m., followed by the
official proceeding at 7 p.m.
All Masons are invited to
attend at 310 Garden Street in
Crestview. Especially invited
are all Masons from other
jurisdictions who are residing
in this area.
FARLEY AT FRIENDS OF
LIBRARY MEETING: Clara
Moonean Farley of Farley's Old
and Rare Books in Pensacola
will be the guest speaker for
the July 19 Friends of - the
Crestview Library meeting.
Her presentation will
conclude with a question and
answer session on book repair
and restoration.
The meeting begins at 10:30
a.m. with coffee and cookies
served at 10 a.m. Everyone is
welcome to the Friends of the
Crestview Library bi-monthly
third Thursday meetings.
The library is located at 1445
Commerce Dr. (behind the
Post Office). Call 682-4432.
RAY LYNN PARK AT
SHOAL RIVER CLOSED: Ray
Lynn Park and Boat Ramp will
be closed for approximately
four weeks (through July 20)
for installation of a new water
line in the area. Ray Lynn Park
is located at the Shoal River
in Crestview. To learn more
about Okaloosa County Parks,
beach accesses or view photos,
visit www.co.okaloosa.fl.us.
Once online, simply select
tourism and select parks, or
call 850-689-5772 for more
information.
MEET MR. LINCOLN AT
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY: This
program is an enlightening,
informative and educational
look at the life of the 16th
President of the United States
by Dennis Boggs. He has
researched countless books
and papers and has diligently
designed a presentation that
encompasses 56 years of
Abraham Lincoln's life into a
program that has something to
offer audiences of all ages.
"Meet Mr. Lincoln" will be
at the Niceville Public Library
at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes, the Crestview Local Planning Agency
(LPA) will conduct a Public Hearings in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida on Tuesday, July 17,
20076 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the issue may be heard to consider the following proposed amendments to the City's
Comprehensive Plan:


Amendment 07S8 reflecting the future land use change of 9.9+ acres of
undeveloped property lying within the corporate limits of the City. If adopt-
ed, the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1355 and will
impose the Medium Density Residential (with limitation of 10 units per acre).
The land is located in Section 29, Township 3 North, Range 23 West, City of
Crestview, as shown in the map in this advertisement. The Parcel
Identification Number (PIN) is 29-3N-23-0000-0025-0000.

Amendment 07S9 reflecting the future land use change of 0.71 + acres, of
developed property recently annexed into the corporate limits of the City. If
adopted, the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1356 and will
impose the Medium Density Residential (with limitation of 10 units per acre).
The property is located in Section 6, Township 3 North, Range 23 West, City
of Crestview, as shown in the map in this advertisement; The Parcel
Identification Number (PIN) is 06-3N-23-0000-0001-001A.

Amendment 07S10 reflecting the future land use change of 0.48+ acres of
developed property lying within the corporate limits of the City. If adopted,
the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1357 and will impose
the Commercial Future Land Use Category. The land is located in Section
17, Township 3 North, Range 23 West, City of Crestview, as shown in the
map in this advertisement. The Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is 17-3N-
23-2490-0038-0070.

-Amendment 07S11 reflecting the future land use change of 9.87+ acres of
undeveloped property lying within the corporate limits of the City. If adopt-
ed, the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1358 and will
impose the "Commercial" Future Land Use Category. The land is located in
Section 31, Tbwnship 3 North, Range 23 West, City of Crestview, as shown
in the map in this advertisement. The Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is
31-3N-23-0000-0002-0000.

Amendment 07S12 reflecting the future land use change of 7.07+ acres of
undeveloped property lying within the corporate limits of the City. If adopt-
ed, the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1359 and will
impose the "Commercial" Future Land Use Category. The land is located in
Section 31, Township 3 North, Range 23 West, City of Crestview, as shown
in the map in this advertisement. The Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is
PIN 31-3N-23-0000-0002-0020 and 36-3N-24-0000-0003-0000.

Amendment 07S13 reflecting the future land use change of 9.90+ acres of
undeveloped property lying within the corporate limits of the City. If adopt-
ed, the amendment will be accomplished by Ordinance #1360 and will
impose the "Commercial" Future Land Use Category. The land is located in
Section 36, Township 3 North, Range 24 West, City of Crestview, as shown
in the map in this advertisement. The Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is
PIN 36-3N-24-0000-0002-0000.

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments and make deci-
sions regarding the above matter. The Ordinances, the proposed amend-
ments and the Comprehensive Plan are available for public inspection dur-
ing normal business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City
Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the Local
Planning Agency meeting and to provide written and/or verbal comments on
the matters under consideration. Any person requiring a special accommo-
dation at this hearing because of a disability or physical impairment should
contact the City Clerk Department at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar
days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please con-
tact the City Clerk Department at the above number Which has a TDD device.

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 per-
son will need to record the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person
may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.


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18 and at the Crestview Robert
L. F. Sikes Public Library at
10 a.m. on Friday, July 20. For
more information, call the
Niceville library at 729-4070 or
the Crestview library at 682-
4432.
FLAG WARNING
SYSTEM: Beach Safety
reminds beachgoers to always
observe the county's beach flag
warning system, which consists
of a green flag indicating safe
swimming conditions, a yellow
flag for medium hazard, a
red flag for high hazard and
a purple flag indicating the
presence of marine pests. A
double red flag flying along
public beaches signifies that
the waters are closed. Officials
also recommend swimming in
areas with lifeguards on duty
and that you always utilize
caution when in the water.
STAMP SHOW: The
Panhandle Philatelic Society
will host "Stampfest III" on
Saturday, July 21. The show
will be held at the Knights
of Columbus Hall, 205 Carol
Avenue in Fort Walton Beach.
Show hours will be 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Admission and parking
are free.
Collectors of all level of
expertise, as well as interested
non-collectors are invited to
come to sell, trade, buy, or just
brows among the thousands
of stamps and other items on
display. For more information
call Fred Brafford at 651-2770.
WILLIAMS FAMILY
REUNION: On Saturday,
July 21, the Williams family
reunion will be held at 971
Lighthouse Church Road in
Holt. The all day affair will
include a celebration of Sarah
D. Williams' 88th birthday.
Fanmil', friends are invited to
attend. Please bring a covered
dish.
- UWF SUMMER MUSIC
CAMP: The UWF Department
of Music, in partnership with
the Pensacola Opera, will offer
a summer music camp for high
school students ages 14 to 18,
July 22 to 27 on the UWF main
campus. Classes include music
theory,, ear training/sight
singing, class piano, stage
movement, music history/
literature, jazz fundamentals/
impro:.. music, computers/
technology and beginning
conducting. The students will
be living, eating sleeping
and experiencing student
life on ULVF's main campusL
They will present a concert
after ard on July27at 7p.m.
in the NMuic Hall, Building 82.
The concert is free and open
to the public. For details, call
(850) 474-2147.
VOLUNTEERTRAINING:
Covenant Hospice is seeking'
compassionate volunteers
who are interested in making
a difference in the lives of.
patients and families facing life-
limiting illnesses. A workshop
will be held from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24
at the Covenant Hospice office
located at 370 W. Redstone
Ave. in Crestview.
The free workshop will
discuss the many ways in which
volunteers can get involved,
including providing patient
and family support, visiting


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with community outreach
activities and administrative
tasks.
Lunch will be provided.
To register or to learn more,
please call Donna Chapman at
682-3628.
ALLIGATORS ARRIVE
AT MUSEUM: The City of
Fort Walton Beach Heritage
Park and Cultural Center
is hosting its first traveling
exhibit, Alligators: Dragons in
Paradise. The exhibit will be
housed at the Indian Temple
Mound Museum through Aug.
29.
Heritage Park and the
Indian Temple Mound
Museum are open Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., and Sundays in July,
noon to 4:30 p.m. The exhibit is
included in regular admission
to Heritage Park.

AUGUST
OCCUPATIONAL
SPANISH: The University
of West Florida Division of
Continuing Education will
offer "Occupational Spanish,"
a course designed to provide
communication skills for
employers and employees,
Aug. 16 through Nov. 16,
Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Students enrolled in the course
will learn key Spanish phrases
needed to perform basic
functions safely and efficiently
in a variety of occupations. No
previous Spanish knowledge
is necessary. The cost is $99 per
person.
Students will learn to
effectively communicate with
Spanish-speaking clients,
customers, co-workers and/
or patients, as well as ways to
improve workplace safety and
intercultural relationships.
For more information
or to register, contact the;
UWF Division of Continuing
Education at (850) 474-2914 or
visit ContinuingEd.uwf.edu.

ONGOING

GRIEF SUPPORT: Lost
a loved one? Come to a
Grief Share Support Group
Monday evenings at 6 p.m. at
Woodlawn Baptist Church 824
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
Call Church office 682-2924 or
Sandi at 582-0456.
COMMUNITY FRIENDS:
A free outreach program for
Mental Health Consumers
meets every Tuesday and
Thursday, from 10:30 a.m. to
12 p.m. at 1300 East James Lee
Blvd.
Please contact Leigh Ann at
683-0950 or Ron at 689-3932 for
more information.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: The 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
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-d ' -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,'
I For more information ofi
the volunteer opportunities;
"her contact Carol Visalpatara at
678-2615 or at cvisalpatara@
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YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time
and skills in North Okaloosa
YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer,
Sor would like additional
information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan
Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE
EMERALD COAST:Adultand
teen volunteers are needed.
Volunteers serve in different
ways to assist both the patient
and the entire family. Several
methods of volunteering are
available, including working
d , directly writh patients, clerical,
actors fundraising, 'bereavement
ece and public relations
opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
volunteer coordinator, at 689-
0300.
" SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SERVICES FOR PREGNANT
L2 WOMEN: If you are pregnant
and concerned about
alcohol and drugs, free and
confidential help is available.
All pregnant women are
eligible for priority substance
abuse treatment services.
1712, WISE is a program of
the Community Drug and
Alcohol Council. For more
information, call 689-4024 in
Crestview.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
lVolunteer Organizations
Active in Disasters needs
volunteers to work in the
Emergency Operations Center
assisting county personnel in
the event of any natural or
manmade disaster affecting
Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public
Safety' will open the EOC,
located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster
occurs. There will be a need
for data entry volunteers.
For more information, please
contact Yvonne Earle at 863-
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Leaky faucets. Dirty
carpets. Overgrown shrubs.
Clutter.
Sid Davis has seen it
all. It's the little stuff that
homesellers refuse to fix
before listing a home.
Home shoppers see
those flaws, and they either
flee or go into a "what else
is wrong" mode, looking
for defects that can knock
as much as 10 percent off
the price.
Ignoring these details
can result in long waits
without an offer or low-ball
offers when they do come,
said Davis, a Salt Lake.
City real estate broker and
author of the recent book,
"Home Makeovers That
Sell."
But nearly two years of
sagging sales should be a
wake-up call for sellers.
With sales off 25 percent
from a year ago, for sale
Assigns are cluttering lawns
throughout the country.
Sellers have to do
something to make their
homes stand out from the
competition, real estate and
home staging professionals
say. A house needs to be
priced right and look its
best if it's going to attract a
buyer.
"You fix your home up
and- make it nice, it's going
to sell quick." Davis said.
"Otherwise, you're going
to look like a tarantula on a
wedding cake."
Here are their top tips.

PRICE IT RIGHT
Pricing a home right is
the most important strategy
to selling it quickly, said
Davis and local Realtors.
Sellers need to look at how\
much comparable homes


By JEFF COLLINS
Freedom News Service


in the same neighborhood
sold for within the past
30 days to be attuned to
current market conditions,
Davis said.
For example, if
neighboring homes of
similar sizes and types
sold for $600,000, don't
price it at $675,000, even
if comparable properties
fetched that price a year
ago.
"Pricing is vital," said
Barbara Delgleize, a broker
with Keller Williams Realty
in Huntington Beach, Calif.
"Even a dog, if it's priced
right, will sell."

FIX 'ER UP
Once homes are priced
right, sellers mustbe willing
to make repairs, spruce
up landscaping, clean,
paint and even remove
items . from their homes
to win buyers' attention,
professionals said.
"The way you live in
a home and the % avy you
market a home are two
different things," said Dan
Keating of Coast Home
Staging, president of the
Orange . County, Calif.,
chapter of the International
Association of Home
Staging Professionals.
"Most people don't
understand (that) when
they put their house on the
market," he added. "They
(need) to make it show like
a model home."
Davis estiniates that do-
it-yourselferscould get their
home ready to show for as
little as $1,500 to $2.000. but
the sky's the limit for how
much homeowners end up
spending.
Hiring painters to do the
work could add $2,500 to
that price.. Installing new
kitchen- floors could cost
$1,500 to $4,500, according


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that match h
other homes
in your area,
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a home inspector to go
,through their residence
and put together a
checklist of problems to fix
- everything from leaky
faucets to socket covers and
light fixtures. Sellers should
save their receipts to use as
a sales tool, he said.

CUT CLUTTER AND
CLEAN
"You'd be surprised
how many homes out there
are messy, dirty and smell
bad," Davis said.
Dishes need to be put
away. Laundry needs to be
folded.
"You want your house
to be white-glove clean,"
Keating said. "Every nook
and cranny. If a house
looks well, taken care of,
buyers believe it's well
maintained."
Excess furniture and
belongings should be
packed up and put, into
storage. Anything that
personalizes your home
- photos, trophies,
knickknacks or a golf-ball
collection, for example -
should be removed so your
residence appeals to buyers


with h.
a wide variety o f
tastes. Keating's wife and
partner, Karen, noted that
homeowners should want
buyers to notice their house.
not their belongings.

BOOST CURB APPEAL
; If the home doesn't look
nice from the street, buyers
won't even get out of their
cars,. Davis and Keating
said.
"That's where people
make their first impression.
and you don't get a second
chance," Davis said.
The lawn should be in
perfect condition: fertilized.
watered and mowed.
Sellers should plant
flowers, fix fences, prune
bushes and shrubs so that
they're no higher than
first-floor window sills and
remove dead plants. Bare
dirt should be covered with
bark.
Keating said the front
of the home should have a
nice paint job, adding that
some real estate agents
recommend . replacing
dilapidated garage doors.

See THIS SOLD HOUSE, B4


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but abandoned when
its original planned
occupants were unable
to secure a state charter,
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Community Bank.
Celebrating its 60th
anniversary, CCB was
established in Andalusia,
Ala., in 1947 with five
employees. Its home
office is in Andalusia,
the Covington County
seat, where it offered
the county's first drive-
up banking window. A
branch office is in Opp,
Ala., about 30 miles
north of Laurel Hill.
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Soon after opening in
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serving the community
through participation
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community and civic
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Business Alabama
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50 banks, and ranked
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The Hub City's
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said CCB President Tom
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This sold

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FRESHEN THE
FRONT DOOR
The door needs, to
have fresh paint or stain,
and the doorbell needs
to be in good working
order. ,
"There's nothing
worse than going up to
a front door and finding'
the doorbell hanging-
by the wires," Davis
said. "That's the kiss of
death."

KEEP INTERIORS
SPOTLESS
The entrance hall has
to be attractive, -xith
flooring in good.shape.
Throw rugs and other
floor coverings must be
in excellent condition,
cleaned or replaced.
Davis said.
The home must have
a super paint job, with
no dings, scratches or
holes in the walls. Davis
recommends light-
colored paint because
the home should be as
neutral as possible.
If your home has
bright colors, paint it
white, he said.
"Nobody can criticize
vanilla," Davis - said.
"It's the best-selling ice
cream out there."

KITCHEN AND
BATHROOM
These are the most
important rooms in
Vour home and should
look good, professionals.

According to
Remodeling Magazine's
200t Cost vs. Value
Report, homeowners
t\ pically get back S5
percent of what the\
. spend on a minor
kitchen remodeling job
- ." . when the\ sell their
home, and they recover
percent of their
bathroom remodeling

Floors. appliances
and countertops need
to be in good condition.
Davis recommends
taking a tiling class
rit a home center and
putting a new tile
floor in kitchens. Don't
install granite or other
high-end countertops
unrleess that's common
for homes in \our
neighborhood. he said.
C)Old and dingy
Kitchen cabinets should
be-sanded and refinished
or sanded and painted
gloss white, he said.
Bathroom fixtures
rnmut.t be ':in good
condition and sparkling
clean. The mirror should
be replaced if it's dingy,
and the bathroom must
have good lighting and
an attractive sho er
curtain if one is used.
"The smart money
is in kitchens and
bathrooms," Davis said.
"You can do all this for
cheap."

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Invest a small
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Ihiyers like clean,
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rooms, preferably with
storage, nice flooring
and fresh oaint.


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be clutter free. Davis
suggests having a
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CHS football camp
On Friday, July 20 - Saturday,
July 21 Crestview High School will be
hosting their annual football camp for
K-12.
Former FSU Seminoles, Ron
Dugans and Tamarick Vanover will
lead the camp.
Pre-registration is $60 will take
place at the Sports Locker in the
Winn Dixie Plaza until Tuesday,
July 17th. Registration is $70 and
starts on Friday, July 20th from
8 - 9 a.m. Camp times for K
- 6th grade are 9 - 11:30 a.m.
and noon - 2:30 p.m. for grades
7-12.
T-shirts will be provided for al
campers and the first 150 to register
will receive an autographed football
by both Dugans and Vanover. For
more information on the camp, please
contact (850) 689-7186.

Walking for wellness
The Contours Express gym is
launching their new walking program
for women called, W3 (Women
Walking for Wellness).
S The program is open to members
. and non-members and is completely
free.
Crestviews walkers will meet at
the gym on South Ferdon Boulevard
in front of Big Lots at 6:30 a.m. every
Monday.
For more information on the
program and how you can get involved,
please contact Naomi Akers at (850)
689-3433.


Bonilla soccer camp
July 16-19 from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Carlos Bonilla, a USSF National
licensed coach, will be hosting a soccer
camp at Davidson Middle School. Cost
is $60. For more information please
contact (850)902-3249.

Hub City Hurricanes
futbol club
Coach Carlos Bonilla is hostinga-
futbol club for the local area, starting
Aug. 4th.
Tryouts will be held for ages 6-12
boys and girls. There will be select
tryouts for ages 12-16.
Tryouts are on July 21st and
28th from 9-11 a.m. at Davidson
Middle School. Visit . www.
hubcityhurricanesoccer.com for more
information.

Family charity fishing
event

Playground Kiwanis and the
Redfish Club will be hosting a family
charity fishing tournament on July 14
-15. Junior and Senior divisions will be
offered to catch redfish and speckled
trout.
The awards ceremony will be held
a the Original Waterfront Crab Shack
and Marina. Free refreshments will be
provided.
You can register at the following
locations:
The Original Waterfront Crab
Shack and Marina, West Marine in Fort
Walton Beach and Destin and Boater's
World in Destin.
. For more information please
-. contact: Rich Gasparian, event
chairman, at (850) 609-1148.


Lions Club charity
golf tournament
The Crestview Lions Club is
putting on a charity golf tourney
Sat 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 by Sonny's Bar-
"" * B-Q. There will be an 8 a.m. late
. . registration and an 8:30 am. shotgun
o'. ' start.
. For more information on the event


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

This past Saturday, the
Florida State University Alumni
Association hosted an awards
banquet at the Azteca Mexican
restaurant here in Crestview.
Among the speakers and
officers within the organization,
the association also invited
Mickey Andrews, long time
defensive coordinator for the
FSU football team.
Andrews joined Bobby
Bowden and the Seminoles in
1984, pushing the defensive
game of the team to be up to par
along side the offense.
Andrews has earned awards
such as Assistant Coach of the
Year in 1991 and Defensive
Coordinator of the Year in 1998.
"We made some great
changes to our organization that
we think will help us win some
games," said Andrews.
"We really needed to re-look
how we ran things, and our
offense needed to change, as
well as the line. From the last
couple years of watching, we've
taken our notes and came up
with a solid plan. New offensive
lineman coach, new head
defensive lineman coach, it's just
what the Seminoles needed."
The names were not officially
released, but will be provided
during pre-season week.
Soon after everyone settled
from the steak and potatoes


dinner, he addressed the crowd
on what changes have been
made during the off-season.
An optimistic outlook was
kept throughout his speech as
he pressed that these changes
were not only for the better,
but also to help the Seminoles


get back to a higher reputation
amidst their losing seasons in
the last three years. The crowd
took his words to heart and
smiles were spread throughout
the audience when he finished
his speech. The FSUAS had faith
in their Seminoles, and faith in


Andrews.
"This is what wv need as a
team. This is what we need as a
university," Andrews said.
For more information on
how you can help or join the
association visit their Web site at
www.fsu.edu/~-FSUAlum/.


CHS students receive FSU scholarships

Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It was a proud moment for the parents of Liza
Hooks and Forrest Brown. Both individuals recei ed
Sa $500 scholarship from th.. Fh, 'ida State A\lurnrt
Association this past weekend.
The scholarship willbe put toward their aca denm - c
when they attend FSU this coming fall.
Hooks and Brown have not only ,rbal!,.
committed but are already underway into mm.-: In- to
the university in the latter month.
Both students have a family background n-
attending FSU and both look forward to up old that .
tradition.
Liza Hooks, who is seeking a major in e..ci-e
science, wants to further her education throu h F5LIU
to later become an optimologist.
Forrest Brown is taking the path into the [ield I f
Economics, and he also has his sights on a-tendin._
every football game possible. But he's not :he onl"
one.
"I plan on attending every single FSU gam,- tlhi
fall. My favorite player is Brett Carr," Hooks -ia d.
The two scholarships were handed out towardsthe Robert Young I Crestview News Bulletin
end of the banquet, right before FSU's own Mickey
Andrews spoke about changes within the football kLiza Hooks and Forrest Brown both recieved scholarships for
organization, their academics from FSUAS.
organization.he g unavoidable cheating?

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SEC

Insider


Scott

McKinney


The University of Alabama
reported last week that
they had self-reported three
secondary violations to the
NCAA for infractions within
the football program. Two of
these incidents occurred since
Nick Saban took over at the
Capstone.
Depending on which side


you follow,
you are either
writing the
report off as
no big deal,
or you are
standing
on the
mountaintop
screaming at
the top of your
lungs that the
Crimson Tide


is running a dirty program.
I'm not completely buying
into either side but I do think
there is a little of both out
there.
No, I am not saying that
Alabama is cheating. That's
not where I am headed. But,
I do believe that with the way
the NCAA has set up its rules,


every school is cheating. Not
because they are deliberately
trying to cheat, but because
they have no choice.
For example, Alabama
reported a violation when
Saban accidentally bumped
into recruits in South Florida
and had a brief conversation
with them. According to the
NCAA rule book, Saban,
and any other coach, is not
permitted to meet with recruits
during what is determined to
be a "non-contact" period.
If Saban had followed the
letter of the law of the NCAA,
he should have simply walked
away from the recruits and
not acknowledged them. Let
me get this straight ... Saban
sees a recruit, the recruit sees
him. Saban turns and walks


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Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Tom Hammonds and
Hammonds Enterprises
went into the O'Reillv
Thunder Valley Nationals
in Bristol, Tenn, wanting
to place at least in the top
ten.
Unfortunately, during
the third qualifying
round, he dropped trom
being ninth on the order
to 17th and standing
outside, the 16'-field race
this past weekend.
Hammonds started
on a great stretch, sitting
snuggly in a nice position,
running a time of 6.834
seconds (201.88 mph).
But during the second
and final run (third),
Hammonds fell short of
the cut-off.
Jeg Coughline ended
up winning the race,
beating Kenn\ Koretsky
in the final push.
Look for Hammonds
in the NHRA sanctioned
Pro-Stock race in Denver.
Colo.
More than 5 800 feet
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Hal Jellison
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Ralph Armstrong -9
Ed O'Connell
Philip Weltin
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Tm Stanley -9
Alan Parsons
Leon Cunningham
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away, an act of disrespect not
to mention being very rude
and impolite. How do you
think that would sit with those
recruits? Especially in the Deep
South where most of us have
never met a stranger and greet
every one we come in contact
with by offering a handshake
and a big smile.
One of the problems is that
the recruits are not familiar
with the NCAA rule that
says the coach must not have
contact with them. They see
a coach not recognizing them
and they get upset. They decide
they are not going to sign with
that school because the coach
disrespected them. They sign
with another school.

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ON ThE


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July 14
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 10 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ noon
Busch Series Countdown - ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
Busch Series USG Durock 300 - ABC @ 2 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
Built Ford Tough 225 - SPEED @ 7 p.rm.
July 15
NASCAR on TNT Live! - TNT @ 1:30 p.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 2:30 p.m.
NEXTEL USG Sheetrock 400 - TNT @ 3 p.m.
July 20
Busch Series Practice - ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
July 21
Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 3:30 p.m.
Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.


ThE NEXT LAP




July 29 July21 July 14 Aug. 4
Speedway, In. Madison, II. Speedway, In. Pocono, Pa.
Allstate 400 Busch Series Power Stroke Pennsylvania
at the Brickyard 250 Diesel 200 200


Fike gets arrested

Craftsman Truck Series named David Green as Fike's
Driver Aaron Fike and his replace-
fiancee are expected to appear in ment for
court on Tuesday on drug Saturday's
charges after they were arrested race at
at Kings Island on Saturday. Kentucky
SBoth Fike and Cassandra M o t o r
Davidson were found with nar- Speedway.
cotics suspected to be heroin Since
according to Mason Police. NASCAR
Both are charged with implement-
felony possession of heroin and ed its zero
possession of drug-abuse instru- tolerance Fike
ments, which is a misdemeanor. policy for
NASCAR officials are hav- drugs, driver Shane Hmiel is
ing an independent lab test Pike, under a lifetime ban for three
who drives the, No. 1 Toyota failed tests, while it has suspend-
Tundra for Red Horse Racing ed crew chief Glenn Darrow,
and. is currently eighth in series Busch Series driver Kevin
points. Grubb, as well as truck series
Team owner .and general drivers Tyler Walker, and Brian
manager Tom DeLoach has Rose.


Sprint begins in '08


Sprint Nextel and NASCAR
announced Saturday
NASCAR's premier series will
be known as the NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series beginning Jan.
1, 2008, at a press conference at
Daytona International
Speedway.
Sprint and NASCAR took
extensive measures to talk with
race fans throughout the logo
and name review process, which
included numerous focus groups
and surveys. After receiving fan
feedback, the decision was clear
to focus on the Sprint brand and
use a similar logo and name.
"NASCAR has an incredi-
bly loyal fan base, and we lis-
tened closely to fan feedback to
help make this decision," said

RidiNq ThE


BubblE
Driver: Johnny Sauter
: -Owner: Joe Custer
Points: 1431
Points out of 34th: 27
Points ahead of 36th: 178
Place Own
33 Bobby Ginn
34 Kyle Petty
35 Joe Custer
36 Bill Davis
37 Glen Wood
38 James Rocco


Tim Kelly, chief marketing offi-
cer of Sprint. "It was a long and
thorough process to determine
how to integrate our NASCAR
sponsorship into our overall
brand strategy, while still keep-
ing the NASCAR fan at the heart
of the decision.
"The process extended well
beyond the NASCAR sponsor-
ship. This is an evolutionary time
for Sprint Nextel's brand. Our
new brand campaign focuses on
the importance of speed in peo-
ple's daily lives and illustrates
their ability to get information
when they want it."


Johnny Sauter
Drver Points
Joe Nemecheck 1471
John Andretti 1458
Johnny Sauter 1431
Dave Blaney 1253
Bill Elliott 1224
Scott Riggs 1205


Watching NASCAR grow


* TNT announcer
has watched the
sport grow a lot
since the '80's
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Bill Weber got an education
very early on in his career as to
how important NASCAR racing is
to its fans.
Weber, a 1979 Butler
University graduate, learned just
how important it was while work-
ing as a sports director at a televi-
sion station outside of Evansville,
Ind.
"While working in the
Henderson (Ky.)/Evansville mar-'
ket, NASCAR was huge back
then," said Weber. "If I didn't run
a clip of the race and results on
Monday and then do some kind of
preview on Thursday or Friday my
phone would ring off the hook."
Weber also admitted it might
have had something to do with the
tiny town of Owensboro, Ky.,
which was 30 td 40 miles east of
Henderson and contributed drivers
like brothers Darrell and Michael
Waltrip, Jeremy Mayfield, as well
as the Green brothers (Mark,
David, and Jeff).
So, did he think the sport
would grow as much as it has
since his days.as a sports director.
"The growth I have seen is


Bill Weber (left) is seen with fellow TNT announcers Wally Dallenbach and Kyle Petty at Daytona
International Speedway. Weber has seen the sport grow a great deal since his days as a sports direc-
tor outside n Fvansville, Ind.


just unbelievable," said Weber. "I
have done interviews with a radio
station in Minnesota and later
today a spot on Sirius Satellite
Radio.
"Who would have imagined
this regional sport growing to
where it is carried on satellite. And
now when NASCAR goes to Las
Vegas it is the drivers names who
are on the hotel marquee, not the
entertainers." He also pointed'out
Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick
throwing out the first pitches at
baseball games in Chicago and


New York re pectiel\. r
The Middletown, N.J. native,
who will be doing the final broad-
cast of the season for Turner
Network Television at
Chicagoland, has had a heavy
heart in the first of what is an eight
year deal for TNT to broadcast six
NASCAR races starting with the
Pocono, Penn., date.
His heart is heavy because
this is the first time since 1994 that
he has covered a race season with-
out former NEXTEL Cup
Champion Benny Parsons.
."There is not a moment that
goes by where I don't think about
him," said Weber, who got his start
in motorsports as a media rela-
tion's consultant with the Miller
Brewing Company's Unlimited
Hydroplane Racing program.
"While I have been doing the races
this season it is like I hear his voice
telling me to make sure I say this
or tell the viewers something.
"If I didn't do this, then I
wouldn't be doing my job well."
Parsons was more than just a
friend to Weber who cut his teeth
in NASCAR as part of the Inside
Winston Cup program aired on
The Nashville Network in the
early 90's before joining the staff
atESPN.
'If I learned anything from
my late friend it is how you
Weber is seen interviewing
Tony Stewart on Pit Road in
2001.


approach the sport," said Weber.
"You have to let the viewers know
the information you have to where
it appeals to the avid fans but also
present the nuances of the sport for
those who are watching for the
first time.
'"T1at is where he was so
valuable and if you feel I am car-
rying on his broadcasting style, I
consider that a huge honor and
complement."
But some of that folksy style
is also a part of Weber himself,
who has his own language at times
some call 'Weberisms'.
Despite not growing up a
driver himself and having to learn
the sport with the help of B.P. and
other veterans in the sport, what
would Weber do if he were
NASCAR's Chairman .for the
Day?
"You are trying to get me in
trouble here aren't you," laughed
Weber.
"The first thing I would do is
shorten the schedule and there
would only be one 500 mile race
held at Daytona each year,"
Weber said. "After that there
wouldn't be another race over
500K. By doing that it would
make the competition tighter and
the drivers race harder from the
beginning and be more exciting
for the fans.
"I would also revamp the
points system, but the big thing for
me would be a shorter schedule."


Tr nt% l, L I Backstretch: 1,800 feet/ 5"


'2006 Pole Winner
Jeff Burton - 181.647 mph
2006 Race Winner
Jeff Gordon - 132.077 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Todd Bodine - 183.717 mph
(2001)
Track Race Record
Kevin Harvick - 136.832 mph
(2002)


Turn 3
240


Turn 2
240








Turn 1
24�


Turn 4
24�


Frontstretch: 2,332 feet / 11


NEXTEL.
AMLISM "4"q
CLIP SERIES


After Pepsi 400
Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Denny Hamlin
3. Matt Kenseth
4. Jimmie Johnson
5. Jeff Burton
6. Cad Edwards
7. Tony Stewart
8. Kyle Busch
9. Kevin Harvick
10. Martin Truex Jr.


Behind
Leader
-277
-383
-407
-428
-465
-539
-583
-601
-616


After Winn-Dixie 250
Driver E
1. Carl Edwards I
2. Kevin Harvick -
3. David Reutimann -
4. Dave Blaney -S
5. Jason Leffler -
6. David Ragan -
7. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. -'
8. Marcos Ambrose -
9. Stephen Leicht -
10. Greg Biffle -


Behind
Leader
798
871
910
9333
956
983
1,079
1,100
1,121


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


Behind
Leader
-103
-228
-263
-385
-443
-538
-556
-587
-612


After Request Foodd 200
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Bobby Gerhart -130
3. Dexter Bean -150
4. Justin Allgaier -205
5. Michael McDowell -230
6. Phillip McGilton -380
7. Justin South -420
8. Justin Marks -555
9. Patrick Sheltra -605
10. Jason Hedlesky -625


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OUTDOOR & TRAVEL


Crestview News Bulletin I C3


CROSSINGS Europe on your own: Sleeping around
Brian Hughes


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INTERLAKEN, Switzerland -
* Erich Balmer wasn't sure which way
to turn. A minibus full of his guests
had just returned from a day of Alpine
white-waterrafting, threeyoung Korean
backpackers had just arrived, and two
middle-aged couples were checking in
to attend a regional folk festival.
All would discover why the
independenttravelcognoscenti consider
his hostel to be Europe's best.
Balmer's Herberge (hostel) is
Switzerland's oldest. Its congeniality
and charming chalet setting in the
town of Interlaken makes it a perfect
headquarters for exploring the region's
Alps and lakes.
Balmer's caters to guestsofall types.
Next door to the hostel is a guesthouse,
more popular with older travelers.
Nearby is Balmer's Tent Village for
travelers really minding their budgets.
(Visit www.balmers.com.)
Finding accommodations within
your budget isn't too hard. You don't
need to blow your Euros on expensive,
snooty hotels named Bellevue or Ritz,
let alone characterless chain hotels
that don't differ from their American
counterparts. In popular destinations,
accommodations can be pricey. But
staying outside of town in a peaceful
suburban village, especially if it's on
a. commuter transit route, not only is
more affordable, but also relaxing.

Hostels
Though popular with young
travelers on a budget, hostels aren't just
for "youth" anymore. Forget the cliche
'70s images of pot-smoking, guitar-
strumming, unwashed backpackers. In
a hostel, anyone can retire in a clean,
comfortable, no-frills atmosphere, while
swapping tips with fellow guests, and
even meeting new travel companions.
Hostels are as varied as the cultures
in which you'll find them. Most are
part of Hostelling International, which
establishes standards of cleanliness
and service. To stay at HI member
hostels, join through Hostelling
Intemational-USA, (202) 783-6161,
www.hihostels.com. Not all hostels,
Balmer's among them, belong to
HI. Visit Hostels of Europe, www.
hostelseurope.com for information
about independent hostels.


Pensiones
A pension - sort of a bed-and-
breakfast - is a great place to meet
people from the countries you're
visiting. Most are family run and many
offer the best accommodation bargains
in Europe. Others are charming, but
pricey, small hotels. Almost every
pension stay includes a hearty
breakfast
Room quality varies with price and
region. Some rooms have a washstand,
or maybe a complete bathroom.
In others, you'll share a common
bathroom down the hall. Ask to see
the room before you accept it, and try
to avoid getting one too close to the
communal bathroom so you won't be
disturbed by morning traffic.
Castle stays
Travel experts are unanimous: no
matter your budget, save up for at least
one big splurge. Spending the night in a
centuries-old castle is a good one.
For the price of a night in a bland
upscale. chain hotel, you can play
knights and damsels in the halls,
corridors, dungeons and parapets of
more than 70 fortresses, castles and
palaces, mostly in Germany - many
on the romantic Rhein River - and
northem Europe.
Visit the Gast im SchloB ("castle
guest") program's Web site, www.
gast-im-schloss.de for a list of
member properties, contact and
reservations information.


Ovemight trains
One of the most simple and
timesaving accommodations is also
the most practical. If the next stop on
your itinerary is a distance away, don't
do it during the day when you could be
exploring. Combine your travel time
with your sleeping time. Nothing beats
being lulled to sleep by the gentle sway
of the wagon and the "clackity-clack"
of wheels on rails.
Railpass holders still must buy a
reservation. A second-class couchette
(berth) reservation costs about $30. A
hotel train or sleeper compartment can
run more than $100. Your reservation
includes fresh linen and a pillow.
There are six couchettes per co-ed
compartment. Hotel and sleeper cabins
are more comfortable, and often include
showers and/or sinks in the room, plus
breakfast Unless you reserve as a
couple or small group, compartments
are single-sex.
I Where you spend the night is as
much apart of yourEuropean adventure
as what you see and eat. Make the most
ofit!

This concludes Border Crossing's
nulti-partseriesonexplorngEuropeon
your own. Ifyou 'd like a complimentary
copy of "Europe Bound," a 40-page
guide to planning your independent
trip, visit The Crestview News Bulletin's
office. (We regret we cannot mail it
out.)


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Deutsche Bahn AG Special to the News Bulletin
Combine your travel time with your sleeping time aboard one
of Europe's comfortable hotel trains.


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
A night in a castle, such as 1000-year-old Schonburg overlooking the Rhein River, is an
unforgettable experience.


RULES, continued from 1A


The coach who walked
a% a\ and followed the
NCAA rules is punished.
There is a fine line between
simply greeting a recruit and
being polite and carrying on
an extended conversation
about how. the recruit could
really help the program. The
coach is lust as guilt' in some
cases ot stretching the rules
as far as they can.
Coaches have long known
that they should try to get
away vith as much as they
possibly can when it comes
to the NCAA. Asking for
torgixeness is better than
asking tor permission in
their eyes. Of course, we are
talking about items that fall
into the "gray area-s ot the
NCAA rule book.
In 1%4 the NCAA rule
book was only 4S pages
and consisted of les, than


100 total rules and their
variations. The 200:7-0S
NCAA manual will be over
700 pages with most items in
the book because somebody
took a gray area a little too
tar.
How man\ have driven
on the interstate and looked
down at the speedometer
and realized \%e were driving
over the speed limit' Did that
mean we were breaking the
rules? If the speed limit was
65 and we were driving 68..
were we breaking the rules?
Saban is no dummy.
He understands recruiting
perhaps better than any
other coach. He also realizes
that anv advantage he can
create only helps his own
program. \es. that advantage
can be hard to define in those
gray areas, but is the coach
really crossing the line when


he speaks to a recruit instead
of w walking away'
There is concern in
Tuscaloosa, however, that
there have been three cases
ot secondary violations.
Alabama athletic officials
have had their own run-
ins with the NCAA and
don't care for any more.
The Crimson Tide football
program is lust now rising
above the sanctions created
by several tormer coaches
and boosters.
But, Saban is not a
cheater by any stretch of the
imagination. Does he stretch
the rules to his advantage?
Sure, there's not a college
football coach in the country
who doesn't.
The question will be can
Saban stay in the gray areas
and stay away from the
hounds ot the NCAA?


Affiliated Insurance of Crestview

* Health Insurance A CONTRACTEDGENERAL AGENl~Y~OR
* Life Insurance m - BlueCross BlueShield
* Long Term Care Insurance of Florida
* Retirement Planning An Independentdns.
Reiremen Pla ig of the Blue CosBlue Shield Association
* Medicare Supplements*
689-7595 Group Health Benefit Plans Florida Combined Life
Florida Combined Life and its Parent, Blue Cross and Blue
115 E. Beech St. Shield of Florida, are independent Licensees of the Blue
(Behind Wachovia Bank) #61411-0903 Cross Blue Shield Association
*Not connected or endorsed by the U.S. Government or the Federal Medicare Program.



The- - Fns i


SENIJOIR1EYECARE

^^^^^ Right Here in Crestview ^^^


Darren Payne, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


Lee Mullis, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


DARREN PAYNE, MD
* Full-Time Medical Director of Crestview Office
* 15 Years Experience
* Special interest in Senior Eye Care, including
Cataracts, Glaucoma, Droopy Eye Lids and Retina
Problems.
* A friendly and caring personality



LEE MULLIS, MD

* Over 25 years experience
* National Leader in Painless No-Stitch

Cataract Surgery
* A kind and friendly way

We specialize in the Diagnosis and
Treatment of Eye Conditions
Associated with Aging, including:


* Cataracts
* Retina Problems


* Glaucoma
* Droopy Eye Lids


Medicare Assignment Accepted

Mullis Eye Institute

Call for an appointment

682-5338


The finest in Senior Eye Care right here in Crestview

NEW LOCATION:
930 North Ferdon BIvd.,Crestview, FL 32539


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CITY OF CRESTVIEW

CITY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

FOR A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday. July 23, 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 consider a planned unit
development:
PUD #07-03 - 81.09 ACRES OF
REAL PROPERTY, MORE OR
S07-03 LESS, LOCATED IN SECTION 7,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23
TEXAS PKWY WEST. THE PARCEL SHALL BE
RPLATTED AS "ADAMS ESTATES
SUBDIVISION" AND IS IDENTI-
GILLIS DR FIED IN THE OKALOOSA COUN-
ADAMS DR- I TY'S PROPERTY APPRAISER'S
OFFICE BY PARCEL IDENTIFICA-
TION NUMBER 07-3N-23-0000-
EFF DR 0001-0000. IT IS DEPICTED BY
0 MAP # 07-03 AS SHOWN IN THIS
zt ADVERTISEMENT.
LAKEVIEW DR
lr PUD #07-05 - 22.17 ACRES OF
L REAL PROPERTY, MORE OR
PANAMA-DR LESS, LOCATED IN SECTION 9,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23
WEST.. THE PARCEL IS MORE
- . -- .COMMONLY KNOWN AS LOTS
S --- 41 THRU 58 AND LOTS 65 THRU
M ILCOUCH-IAY 182 OF STILLWELL ESTATES
S---- - PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT
AS PER PLAT RECORDED IN
s- - STWELLBLVD PLAT BOOK 22, PAGES 65 THRU
I .. J.- I . \Jli 67, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
- ~L L OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORI-
HPA - VE DA. SAID PARCEL IS IDENTI-
/ l .FI-- : FED IN THE OKALOOSA COUN-
7 TY'S PROPERTY APPRAISER'S
OFFICE BY PARCEL IDENTIFICA-
-LONG:-DR TION NUMBER 09-3N-23-1025-
WAINWRIGHT DR 7 000-0000 AND IS DEPICTED BY
07-05 MAP # 07-05 AS SHOWN IN THIS
- - F ADVERTISEMENT
JANUARY-C
ap1 J E -Copies of the proposed planned unit
- JUNE CT development are on file in the
Administrative Services Department, in
City Hall, located at 198 North Wilson
Street, City of Crestview, Florida. They are available for inspection by the general public. Any
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed devel-
opment.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discriminate 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 proceedings
and for such purpose, such person may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings 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 Friendly &
Caring Staff


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2007


C4 I Crestview News Bulletin CLASSIFIEDS


Our Low Prices Not
Limited to Just a Few
Items....You Choose the
Specials at Baker
Pic-N-Sav!


QUALITY MEATS



P IC


FOOD OUTLET



)SAV


W.I.C. AND E.B.T.
CARDHOLDERS
WELCOME


Super Market

1294 Georgia Avenue * Baker, FL - 537-4047


Cost Plus 10%

Prices Effective Wed., July 11 thru Tues., July 17, 2007.
These Are Our Regular Prices, Not Special Prices. Prices Change Only When Our Costs Change.


USDA Angus Select /Famous Cook's Low Salt
Sirloin Tip Shank Portion
Steak Ham

S 9-7 I100


Big 28-Oz. Bag Foster Farms
Grilled or Crispy I
Chicken Strips


1100- Legal Advertising
1110 - Classified Notices
1120 - Publlo Notlces/
Announcements
1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170- Found


Legal# 100112
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, FOURTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DUVAL
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 07CP504
DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KAROLINA FIGIEL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of-the
estate of Karolina Figiel '.
deceased ,whose date of .
death was May 30,
2005, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Duval
County, Florida, the ad- ,
dress of which is Room
101, 330 East Bay
Street, Jacksonville, Flor-
ida 32202 Probate Divi-
sion, File Number .
07CP504.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representatives and the
personal representative's
attorney are:
Zbigniew Figiel
Mickiewicza #74
Kwidzyn 82-500
Poland
Bozena Figiel
Chrobrego#6 Flat #25
Kwidzvn 82-500
Poland
Harris Brown, Esq.
6 East Bay Street #301
Jacksonville, FL, 32202
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons,
who have claims or de-
mands against '.
decedent's estate, includ- ,
ing unmatured, contin- ."
gent or unliquidated
claims, and who' have '
been served a copy of
this notice, must file-their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE "*
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
k301 DAYS AFTER THE ,-
ATE OF SERVICE OF. A .
COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons who have claims or
demands against; the
decedent's estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE,
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO '
FILED WILL BE FOREVER


THE ONLY
UTTER
YOUR CAT
SHOULD
EVER HAVE






Iery ca atods the kind o liter you
pour In " litter box. So put i on your
shopping list But ith so sny sur-
plus asns *tdy in need of ho a,
ple ilp the liten olli .s!
OIT Till FACTS ON CATS

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 2007 CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I C5


BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS JUNE
16, 2007
HARRIS BROWN, PA.
Florida Bar No. 242535
Telephone:
(904)354-0624
Facsimile
(904)356-1559
Attorney for Personal
Representatives
07/7/07
07/11/07
Legal# 100115
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
Household goods belong-
ing to the parties named
below and listed by unit
number will be sold at
Public Sale by Day's
Pac-Rat Mini- Storage at
the Mini- Storages Lo-
cated at 2510"5. Ferdon
Blvd., Cresview, FLA, at
9:00 A.M., July 19,
2007 unless c arges are
paid in full before the
time of sale.
NAME: CECILIA GREEN
UNIT #24
NAME: PAMELA ASHLEY
UNIT# 88
7/4/07
7/11/07

Legal# 100120
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
06-DR-5384
MARIA L. EVERTON
Petitioner/Wife,
and
BRIAN EVERTON,
Respondent/Husband.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
BRIAN EVERTON
178715th Avenue, Apt 1
Kenosha, Wisconsin
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition
For Dissolution of Mhr-
riage has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your response or


LA Tan welcomes Tonya
Carpenter Massage
Therapist, hours MW,F
10 * ci, b. appi La Tor,
full :e ...:e .,.:,- .:. t-- :
tanning, hair, nails,
pedicures & massages
Mon. - Fri 8 - 6,Sat. 8 2
La Tan has booths for.
rent 682-0648



Airport Road Learning
Center has openins. for
2 yr olds & older. lease
call 683-0925
Reg. Home Daycare
openings, all ages, M-F
6am-5pm meals in-
cluded. 689-1872.
Twin Hills Learning
Center is now accepting
enrollment for VPK. For
more information,
Call 689-1663



A clean home is a Happy
Home. Call Terri after
6:00. 689-6890
Cleaninq & light maintenance.
Call (850902-7182
Double "D"
Cleaning Service
General Cleaning for
Residential and Small
Businesses. Call for free
estimates. Lisc. & Insured.
Call 850-496-8932 or
850-855-2279 before
5:00pm
Helping Hands,
Residential cleaning,
. 'Weekly & Biweekly,
Deep Cleaning Special
Occasions, Lic Ins Call
Tobi at 968-8343



Affordable Concrete
Tear out, driveways,
patios, sidewalks. Some
brickwork, coloring.
Bobcat work Free est.
Lic/Ins 685-5130
All types of concrete
work, blocks, brick
. paver, bobcat work.
Demara Enterprises, LLC
902-2409
Concrete grade, form,
pour finish Errand LLC
850-892-7051
Free Borders
Concrete repair replace,
Decorative & Overlays.
Concrete Excellencel
Lic. & Ins. 305-1258
LATHAM CONCRETE
Robert Latham Masonry,
Contractor - Lic./ Ins,
Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est. 682-0137
Cell 826-1672


- 11702130 -
pleading to the Com- GOATS FOR SALE:
plaint -. upon the Found Do - South Eight Months old. Two at
Petitioner's attorney, Crestview. Cal to identify $35 each firm. Call
JANIS L BURKE, 201 682-1479 or 902-1649 Charlie HInson at
Hollywood Boulevard, 305-6375 Crestview.
NE, Fort Walton Beach,
the original response or ' X
lead ing in the office of ,
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, or before the
25th day of July,
2007. If you fail to do
so a Default Judgment
will be token against pi
f'


your for the relief de- PETS & ANI
minded in the Petition. L l


This Notice of Action
shall be published for
four (4) consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.


Dated at
Okoloosa
Florida, this
June, 2007.


Shalimar,
County,
22 day of


DON HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
BY: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
6/27/07
7/4/07
7/11/07
7/18/07

Legal# 100125'
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes,, Advance
Storage, Inc located at
5180( S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, Fl, will offer
for sale to the highest
bidder the household and
other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid
by the tenants.
Advance Storage I
Unit A12
Jackie Tillery
Unit H31
Amparo Cabrera
The sale shall take place
on July21, 2007 at
9:00-10.00 a.m. at Ad-
vance Storage.


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





FOR SALE. $300 Call
826-0805

Chocolate Lab Pups,
AKC Health Certs,
$400, Parents on site,
Available Aug 5th,
Puppies in Pensacola
area. 850-944-5433

Great Pyronese Pups
6 wks, 1st shots, $200
902-1665

LOST
Salt & Pepper miniature
Schnauzer. Lost on Mayo
Trail on July 4th, Answers
to "Sugar'. Please call
with any information to
682-2254

Malti-pzu, Maltese/
shih-tzu, long haired, non
shedding, white w/tan
ears. 9 wks. Vet certified.
Females $350, Males
$300. Call 689-0602

Yorkie pups, male &
female. Mom is 5lbs, dad
;. IL-k tA-zr- -- r41


7/11/2007 is J bs. o$ u ea. uan
7/18/2007 850-682-1972.



Single white male 70 2120
5'8" 170lbs. Looking for
a small white lady for Happy Jack Skin Balm
companionship. I am stops scratching & gnaw-
easy going and easy to ing. Promotes healing &
please. Just need a ood hair growth due to Hot
woman to share and do Spots on dogs & cats
things together. Please without steroidsl
write RLB P.O. Box 876, Okaloosa Grain Feed
Crestview, FL 32536, or Store (682-9333)
call (850) 689-8038 www.estitch.com


Free Disabled and
Junk Vehicle Removal
850-892-7051
Great Quality
Work
With competitive rates
for Pressure washing and
Painting. Interior and Ex-
terior. Call for your.free
estimate Today . at
423-6949 ask for Mike
Handyman 30 years
construction experience
850-892-7051
Lasco Handyman
Inc.- Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references.
Call Terry 902-3928
Outdoor Contracting.
All around the house
pressure washing, lawn
maintenance handy m
an jobs. Call for free esti-
mates 850-398-1169
Lisc#




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

Wanted
Brick scraps from New
Construction. Crestview/
local, Call 537-5774
evenings.



BELLA
LAWN CARE
Residential/ Commer-
cial Free Estimates. Call
Mike at 689-3079
David's Lawn Care
mowing, trimming, etc.
Free estimates 689-6640
Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.-
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms
Laan service, shape ups,
landscaping 826-2298. Free
estimates
LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance*
Landscaping- Irriga-
tion* Palm Iree installa-
tion. Sod- Dirt work.
Free Estimates. Call
865-3266 or
682-7316 Licensed, In-
sured, Owner Brad
Overly

WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed
and insured. ,5374419
Refrences Available

Yard dirt for sale, mini-
mum $75 delivered.
Call 758-1477


KWC Drywall & Painting
Fire & Water Restoration,'
ceiling texture re-sprays.
850-682-1774


MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.


Stucco, Plastering,
Stone, Re airs, Errand
LLC, 850-89-7051







Window Screens/ Re-
pairs/ Gutters/Patio &
Sunrooms/Carports, 80%
Shade Screen
k New Product) Free Est.
IY Screen Room Kits or
We can Install. FLA Li-
censed- Insured-
Certificates.
Call for FREE EST.
682-4445







Tractor Work,
bushhogging, Sand "
spreading, dirt leveling,
light clearing, debris re-
moval. Licensed & in-
sured. Serving Baker &
Crestview areas for past
14 years.537-3835







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








Pressure Washing
Vinyl siding, mobile
homes, patios, sidewalks
and driveways. What-
ever your need for the
lowest price. Call
423-1223


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



Ron's Appliance &
Parts, appiance repair,
all brands, we buy work-
ing appliances, 215 N.
Main Street, Call
689-1007. After hours
682-2844

stooq

32" CRT TV
Flat screen, HDTV Sony
We a. $500. Call (865)
223-1916
Stereo
Component
Equipment
JVC dua cassette player/
recorder, $75.
Five disc CD player with
remote, $75.
Both items in good cond.
and obo. 862-3297



Large Kitchen solid
wood table, king size
solid wood bed w/lights.
398-804 or
321-277-4538 .

NEW yBBAY

Loveseat, multi-color
dual recliner, $75.'
+ Couch, wood, tan/
light blue upholstery, 2
matching chairs, $200
oab. Call 682-4326 or
398-1917



Crestview .
Yard Sale! 301 Island
Dr. Sat. July 14th, 7 - 2,
weedeatert steam
cleaner, clothes, dishes,
lounge chair & many
more items.
Crestview
Sat. July 14th, 7:30 -
1:00, 146 Cabana
Way, little irl's clothing
2T & under. Much morel
Crestview
Yard Sale 752 Ridge
lake Road, off Old
Bethel. Friday and Satur-
day. 8-12. Name brand
teen girl/misses clothes,
shoes, and purses. Kitch-
enware, toys, books,
plants, clown collection,
Christmas items, jewelry,
Kenmore Frost-free
Freezer, much' more.
Holt
Huge Estate
Sare, 4643
Main St,
Friday 13, Saturday 14,
6am-1 Pm, antiques,
furniture, collectibles, de-
pression glass, carnival
glass, hummels, waaner
iron, set of six Hitc ock
chairs, personal gun col-
lection tools, to much to
list. Follow signs. No
early birds please
Moving Sale
5331 Fairchild Rd.
Thurs 12,Fri.13,and
Sat.14 8am-3pm
Sat. July 14th 7:30
am 355 Walter Ave.
1.turn at 3 way stop on
exas Parkway) DVD's,
pressure washer, ladders,
singer sewing machine,
swing set, clothes, linens,
bicycles, jarslaptop, ex-
ercise equip., Christmas
tree, knick knacks.
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305


HOME
RESTORATION i
* KITCHEN & BATH
* WINDOWS & DOORS
* FANS & LIGHTING
* TILE * DRYWALL
* WOOD-ROT
STRIM MOULDING
DECKS * ROOF REPAIR
P.�R*ae i


Yard Sale
120 Campbell
Ave, 7AM
14 July
Movies, collectables
household items. Pez col-
lection. Rain Date July 21


1849
31 Caliber
Colt Revolver
All numbers match. Ex-
cellent condition.
$2300. Call 678-8941
after 6pm



Tomatoes, 5 .5
bucket you pick, $8.00.
Mon.- Sat. 8 - 6. Ed-
m o n d s o n
Farms,Florala,AL
334-858-3679



AB Lounger
Great shape. Boutht at
Sears. Asking $50 obo.
863-5736
Proform Cardio
Trainer Elliptical Step-
per, $400 New, used 2
hours. Sell for $250.
682-4054



80x15x14 Commercial
grade batting & pitching
cage. Excellent condi-
tion. Includes metal
frame. $799. 689-5412

AB LOUNGER
Excellent condition.
DVD, manual, and
accessories inc., $45.
Call 862-3297
Beauty Shop
2 shampoo chairs, 3 hy-
dralic chairs, 4 ft mirror,
stack washer/dryer. In-
formation call 689-2241
Tues - Fri.
Centrifical Pump 1
1/2 HP New $225
682-4054
Large Whirlpool
Window AC with Heat
220 V $150 682-0507
Will Haul away for
free, appliances, scrap
metal &'unk cars
537-6481







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


4100�
Administrative/Support
Office help needed,FT
M-F 8-5. Quick books a
must, willing to train in
other aspects, pay de-
pendant on experience.
all 682-2150


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R.A.
8RHOADS
REMODELING
R.A. RHOADS
REMODELING/ROOFING, INC.
SPECIALIZING IN METAL ROOFING
WE DO ALL KINDS OF
ROOFS, REMODELING,
& NEW CONSTRUCTION.
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE,
FREE ESTIMATES
689-1643


7- 4100 I
Automotive
Sales People,
Automotive
Immediate opening for
professional sales peo-
ple. Great team atmos-
phere, awesome pay
plan. Easy work sched-
Sle. Apiy' in person
Gary minh Honda @
225 Miracle Strip Pkwy,
see Ben or Jamie.


Be your own boss.
Seeking tupperware sales
consultants who can work
gt/ft. Training provided.
alary depends on your
sales, fund raising, and
recruiting other consult-
ants. Chance to win jew-
elry, trips, or cars. Buy
tupperware at discounted
prices. Call Wanda,
682-9043 for more info.
Can You Dig it? Heavy
Equipment School. 3wk
training program. Oper-
ate Backhoes, Bulldozers,
Trackhoes. Local [ob
placement. Start' digging
dirt now . call
866-362-6497 or
888-707-6886.
Construction/Trades
Laborer
Full time Benefits after 90
days. Age 25 or older
with good driving record.
Will train. Call
682-8004
Driver Trainees
Needed.
No CDL? No Problem!
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309

Drivers
CARRIERS
The NW Florida Daily
News is looking to fill
several regular routes
and on-call substitute
openings in the follow-
ing areas:
* Sandestin
* DeFuniak Springs
* Crestview
* Walton County
* Okaloosa Island
All positions require
valid driver license,
clean driving record,
dependable transpor-
tation and proof of auto
insurance.
Applications accepted
Man - Fri 9am- 4pm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.
'iuRIlHWE' (iOBIs

Daily

News

Drivers
Delivery
Driver/Service
SMechanic
For local rental store.
CDL license preferred,
clean driving record. Ap-
ply in person at Crest-
view Ready Rent, 311
James Lee Blvd, Crest-
view, FL across from Mc-
Donalds.


S I Healthcare/Bus4100iness ofc
Healthcare/Business ofc


Drivers
Local Class A or B
Driver with 1 year expe-
rience. Full time. Benefits
after 90 days. Age 25 or
older with good driving
record. Call 682-8004



Earn $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them.
www.AdCarDrive.com



Education
Now hiring, Pre-school
Director & FT VPK
Teacher. Fax resumes
682-6108 or call.
682-8081



Energy/Utilities
APPRENTICE
LINEMEN
CHELCO, a member-
owned electric utility in
DeFuniak Springs, is ac-
cepting applications for
Apprentice Linemen. We
anticipate hiring several
apprentices at this time.
The Successful applicants
will be required to com-
plete a four-year on
-the-job training and edu-
cational program that in-
cludes an initial 15 week
intense training course at
the Southeast Lineman
Training Center in Tren-
ton GA. High school di-
ploma or equivalent re-
quired. Applicants must
be at least 18 years of
age. Basic computer
skills are required. Must
have the ability to learn
to operate various mobile
aerial lift equipment and
various types of hand op-
erated power tools, to
climb poles using climb-
in hooks and lineman
belt; and to properly
read and interpret maps,
work orders, and other
written electronically for-
matted data. Applicant
must have a good driving
record. Musthave, or be
able to obtain and main-
tain, a Florida Class-A
Commercial Driver's Li-
.cense (CDL). Apprentices
must wear company- pro-
vided uniforms. Appren-
tices are subject to work
irregular hours and over-
time, and after on year
are placed on rotating
standby nights, week-
ends and holidays, in all
weather conditions. The
title Lineman does not
designate gender. Both
men and women are en-
couraged to apply.
Application will be ac-
cepted through August 3
at DeFuniak Springs of-
fice. The application can
be accessed on-line at
www.chelco.c6m, click
on the employment link to
complete and submit, or
pick up application at
any CHELCO office and
return to: CHELCO, Hu-
man Resources, P.O. Box
512, DeFuniak Springs,
FL 32435- Fax No. 850-
951- 2362. RESUMES
ACCEPTED ONLY IF
ATTACHED TO APPLI-
CATION. Drug Free
Workplace-EEO-M/F


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Email: dino@calldino.com
CALL TODAY! .
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Front office person
needed for busy medical
practice, looking for ex-
perience, friendly, outgo-
ing person who has
strong computer skills.
Fax resume to
850-784-0222.


NEW ITlAY

Healthcare/Business ofc
Front office person
needed for busy medical
practice, looking for ex-
perience, friendly, outgo-
ing person who has
strong computer skills.
Fax resume to (850)
784-0222

Healthcare/Optical
Full time receptionist,
front desk, need person
with managerial quali-
ties. Fax resume to
850-423-0053.

Healthcare/Other
Eye Tech:Busy eye doctor
has opening for techni-
cian. Need kind, caring
person to work directly
with patients. Must have
eye experience. Can be
full or part-time. Fax re-
sume to 850-763-6665


Healthcare/RNs
RN for special needs stu-
dent for the 2007-2008
Walton County school
year 3 school days per
week. Ventilator and
trach experience a plus.
Above average pay. This
is the job you'll look for-
ward to going to every-
dayl For more informa-
tion call (850)865-8529.


Hibbett Sports is
opening soon in Crest-
view.
*Manaaement
*PT/FTSales
Send resumes "ATTN
DM" to: 900 Westgate
Plaza Andalusia, AL
36420. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
Brian.Kelly@Hibbett.com


Hospitality/Tourism
Housekeeping
Exp necessary, weekends
only. Paid by unit. Free
lunch provided. Small
businesses welcome. Call
850-231-7857
View our Job Posting @
emeraldcoast2obswes0com
� Web ID 27749135


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SC 682-6156
* ***
-, READY FOR MOVE-IN! 3BR, 2BA dbl garage, fireplace.
Lake Silver area; near CHS. Lots of extras. Must see.
MLS#445132--Darlene Dean 974-9074
2 ACRES - LOADS OF UPGRADES New roof coming on
house & all out buildings. Corner lot, pool & hot tub.
MLS#462934 -Diana Baker 685-5135
CUSTOM BUILT ON 6 ACRES 3BR, 2BA w/1,560 square
feet. Builder built for himself. Has mega upgrades.
S MLS#446023 -Lucille King 582-9696
- 4BR, 3.1 BA with a 4 car garage, dining room, gourmet
kitchen- granite countertops. 2 masters & a pool.
S MLS#463267--Jenny Teal 582-3821
5 lots ready to be built on available in Piney Woods
Subdivision. Close to Baker school.
MLS#444427 - Bruce Teel 582-3822
: _M 499 N. Ferdon Blvd. L
Crestvlew, FL, 32536
Ni Af, A www.crestviewhomes.com


Big Eyes.
Wet Noses.
Warm Hearts.


DANIEL'SAVOMOTIVE SERVICE

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

8 850-537.3828

523 HwY 90 WEST H HOLT, FL


Charming home in historic mill town 30 min.'
N in Lockhart. Unique redesign. Beaded
heart pine floors. Sunroom, porches, fences.
$124,000. Messages (334) 858-7386.


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years experience
In the automobile business,
I encourage you to come In and
CHEVR L .' 4 ? let's look at your vehicle needs.
With current cash Incentives &
finance plans, together we
will find a solution that best
suits your situation.

- c'z AN AMERICAN RWVOIUTION
A ward. L Your ilverado Headquarte * Locally Owned a Operated
SCHEIVROLT 4150 S. Perdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731












C67 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, JULY 11,2007


Intl Co Expanding,
Own your own Business!
No 1 Online Income
From Home, $500-2500
p/ $3000 + f/t. Call
132-257-9934 (quote
R1)
www.youneedfreedom.
com

Other
Bartender, experi-
enced needed Part time,
Call Donna 689-3195

Other
LA. Tan hiring
- Hairstylist, booth rent
+ Nail Tech
682-0648

Post Office
now Hiring
Avg. pay $20/hour or
$57K < annually including
Federal Benefits and
OT. Paid training,
vacations. PT/F.
1-866-497-1015 USWA



NEW TODAY
Real Estate/Mortgage
Real Estate
Associates, Licensed
for our branch office lo-
cated at Okaloosa Coun-
ty's newest premier golf
course community -
Heritage Plantation.
*Excellent Compensation
Package
*leat Generation Prgm.
Ideal candidates to be
dependable, professional
& possess a high sense of
urgency. Please send ex-
perience summary and
or resume to:




Route Driver
The Crestview
Bulletin is looking for
a route driver with de-
pendable transporta-
lion, and good driving
record. Applicant must
be able lo provide
roofeat Retiree Jof insurance
able to work up to 6
hours in the AM on
Wednesday and Sat-
urdays, and must able
to lift 50 lbs. This is a
Great Retiree Job. If in-
terested please apply at
295 W. James Lee
Blvd, Crestview.




BSPRC

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St.Augstie

Pip Straw

243-758


Sales

AAFE
ARMY AND AIR
FORCE
EXCHANGE
SERVICE
IS NOW
HIRING
for
Eglin AFB
Experienced and
Knowledgeable
Gun Salespersons
*Eg in Main Store
*S ifts Vary
*Excellent benefits
*Starting pay is based
on Experience
*BX shopping
privileges
* se ofa sse
recreational facilities

TO APPLY VISIT
www.aafes.com
or call
AAFES Human
Resources
678-7111,2ext 225,
226 or 244









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


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


POST
OFFICE 4,t 4
NOW 'i
MIRiNG


JPaid Training, Vacalions. PTIFT.
1866-749-14161


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Crestview- Office or
Shop in Downtown, 3/1,
860sf Between Main St
and Wilson. $650 plus
utilities. Call 682-8483
or 865-3421 V erA
Office space for rent.
Price will include utilities.


Professional office
spacefor rent, just east
Sandestin. Reasona-
ble terms and great loc.
267-2290 for details.




3 BR apartment near
Walker school No pets
682-2529n
Crestview- 2br, lba,
.u et gated no pets
d$606dmo/$50dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
tance may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
H & non-HC accessible
ts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestview
Brentwood
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for immediate
placement. Rental
assistance available.
EHO. 850-682-9422
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1$ & 2R HC &non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview, FL. Call



















ba8 56 cgnear.Wa-Mart.5
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity
For Rent - 2 br apt.,
1 bath, washer-dryer in-
cludeba, 136 Lacg. Iron orse
$500 rent, $500 de-
for Miitary. 682-65149-5924



Crestview- 2 & 3 br
THs in south Crestview.
No pets. Clean. Garage.
Small fenced backyard.
$750 & $850. Call
803-8579.
Crestview 2 BR 1 Y2 BA
all appliances off street
parking. Was6er/ Dryer
$550DD (850)217-7344
Crestview- 3 br 2�/2
ba, 1 cg near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. $975/mo.
496-2563
Crestview- Sale or Rent
New 1610sf 3 br, 2.5
ba, 1 cg. Iron Horse
Townhomes. Incentives
for Military. 259-5924




2 Homes
Available Now!
Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
'MH, Great Location Like
new, No pets, $725mo
+dd. References re-
quired. 902-0604


406 Triton St 4 BR 2
BA 2547sf $1400/mo.
850-685-7097 Gulf
Coast Realty
2br & 3br homesfor
rent on Holley Dr. No
pets. Please call
682-1972
American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
* 128 Hampton Dr,
2bd, $
1.5ba $ 598
* 3212 George Ave,
3br 1.5ba, $700
* 1592 Victoria Pl, 2br,
Iba, $700
* 115 Oak Terrace Dr,
3br, 2ba, $795
* 247b Kin stone Rd,
3br, Iba, $750
* 2800 MacGregor Ln,
3br, 2ba, $800
* 2566 Kin stoRd,
3br ba, $850
* 17 Oak Terrace Dr,
3br, 2ba, $85.0
* 5360 Monterrey Rd,
2br 2ba $850
* 2960 akview P , 3br,
2ba, $850
* 2455 Starmount, 3br,
2ba, $850
* 2838 Penny Ln, 3br,
2ba, $900
* 5671 Willow Ln, 3br,
2ba , $925

* 807 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.5ba $850
* 3349 Shoal Creek Cv,
4br, 2ba, $950
* 211 Johnson Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $850
* 20 Johnson Ct, 3br,
2.5ba, $850
* 348 Stawbridge Dr
3br, 2ba, $925
4 3349 Shoal Creek CV,
4br, 2ba c $950
* 3107 Skyhawk Dr,
3br, 2ba, $995
* 3Dini86 Brown Pl, 4br,
2ba,$995
* 2812 Atoka Tr, 3br,
2bak $1050
* 3204 Skynight Dr,
3br, 2ba, $995
* 210 Trish Dr, 4br,
2ba, $1100
* 631 Alysheba Dr 3br,
2ba $1100
* 4725 Whitewater Ln,
4br, 2ba, $1125
Mo 3313 Skagon Dr,









S902 Dixie 3br, 2ba $90
* 3115 Skyhawk Dr
4br,2ba $1135
* 1238 Jeffryscot Dr,
3br, 2ba, $1100
*4853 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba, $1150 0m












S14088 Bia Buck Tr,
4br 2ba, $12503 r,
* 4676 Love Grass Ln,
3br, 2.5ba, $1800
visit us at
www.era-american.com
Baker

3br, 2ba, Large
Country
Dining room living room,
kitchen $1000mo /
$10O dp all utilities fur-
nished.,,qla,398-0834

Mouton RealI
(850) 682-384Z
Rentals:
* 902 Dixie, 3br, 2ba
$875.rt, $875dep
* 4799 Old Mill Ct. 3br,
2ba $950.rt $950dep
02842 Old Mill Way.
4br 2ba $OOOMo.,
$1000mo,$1000dedep,
01208 Northview. 4br,
2ba $1200mo,

2ba $1100mo,
$1100dep.
* 223 Tiffot Ct. 4br
2ba $11l00mo + $1o106
dep.
0 1237 JeffreyScott Dr,
3br 2ba, $1200mo,'
$1800dep
S944 Hwy 90 W 3br
2ba $100Dmo, .$100b
* 366 John King Rd
3br2ba $1000_m &
$1600 dep
* 2246 Titanium Dr.
4br 2ba $1400mo &
$1400 dep
* 130 Dixie St,
$1000mo, $1000dep,
4br, 2ba
* 2932 Sholtz,
$1000mo, $1000dep,
3br 2ba
* 8037 Old Ebnezer Rd
$850mo, $850dep, 3br,
2ba


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Week of July 9, 2007


Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 ( 850)689-1515
or (850)682-5922
* 307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
1ba, 800 sf, $495, tri-
plex
* 286-A Henderson St
2br I ba, 900 sf, $550,
end unit
* 687 Valley Road 2bd,
1 ba, 960sf, $67, Du-
plex
* 4069 Highway 90E,
3br, 2ba I f, $700,
No Pets Allowed
* 105 Swaying Pine
Court, 3br 2.5 ba,
1415sf, $830, No Pets
Allowed
* 187 Salvadore Dr,
3brk, 2ba, 1053st, $795,
Back yard deckW
* 6197 Winstead CV
3br, 1.5ba, 1025sf,
$795, pet w/owner ap-
proval
* 5720 Reinke Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1253sf, $875, se-
cluded
* 308 John King Rd,
3br, 2ba, 1000sf, $925,
new carpet/paint
* 747 Majestic Drive,
3br 2.5 bath, 1700sf,
$905. Pet w/owner ap-
proval
* 130 Louise Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1436sf, $990, split
bedroom p lan
Fenced6118 Buck Ward Rd
3br .5ba, 1400 sf
906, Pet w/owner ap-
proval
S 2827 Atoka Trail, 3br,
2ba, 2451sf, $1300,
No pets allowed
0 679 Brunson Street,
4br 2ba,
allowed
* 2408 Mill Run Dr, 3br,
2ba, 1828 sf, $1100,
Fenced Back Yard
* 353 Riverchase Blvd
3br, 2bal 2348 sf,
do$1wnt50, no pets allowed
* 812 Travis CT, 4br,
3ba, 2558sf, $1500,
petMLK 3/1wner approval
heor further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.cr 865-3421


Crestview
2 and 3 bedroom
homes. No pets. Call
682-4670or 86630-2061


Crestview- 232 Spring St
3/1, central heat/air, 2
screen porches near
downtown, $656mo 6
to 10 months OK., 178
MLK 3/1 window
heat/air, zoned commer-
cial $650, 125 Jacob
3/2/2 almost new
$900moa. Call 682-8483
or 865-3421


Crestview 3 br, 2 ba,
1 Homeg, fenced yard, ets
ok. $85700 mo+dd. all
850 902-0663


Crestview
3br., Customba. Home
564 E. Robinson Ave.,
Section 8 Accepted
Available Aug. 8. Call
423-7105 or 271- 8549
(after 8pm).


Crestview
4br/2ba, Lg Block
Home, Ig yard, wash-
er/dryer, ook-up, first &
last rent $700 - $700.
850-398-0701


Crestview clean 1216
sf 3 br, 2 ba, Ig. se-
cluded lot, appls. Pets
neg. Lawn care. $750mo
+ dep. 850-423-0967


Crestview
Custom home
3/2(with garage. Availa-
ble /1/2007, No
smoking/Pets
$1200mo/$fiOOdep, 1
year lease, call
865-2593'


Crestview house for
rent 5 br, 2 ba brick
house, new remodeled,
hardwood/tile, very spa-
cious, large kitchen
$1 Omo/$ 100Odep.
Pets neg. Call 902-1299
Crestview S. of 1-10 by
Shoal River Golf course.
3 br 2.5 ba, furnishings
avai(. Pets OK. Short or
long term. $1075mo. +
DD Call 687-0175
Crestview, $725, 3br,
2ba, Like New all appli-
ances, dishwasher, wash-
er/dryer 5 city lots
fenced 5all 537-9798
Crestview, 4 br, 2 ba,
+ bonus room.,
$975/mo. + $900dd.
689-1285
Crestview, S of 1-10
3br, 2ba, 2co, P Ig
fenced yard. 421 Shoa
Lake Dr. No pet/smoke.
Avail now. $960mo/
$960dd. 897-1394.

fenced 2 acres, outside
pets and horses allowed
close to town. $1256
+dep. 902-1065
C'view lakefront custom
3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, 2150sf
country setting. $1100
mo 1850) 53 -6363 or
706 5236767

Don't Miss This
One
1/2 off First Month's Rent
with One Year Lease
3br, 2.5 ba 1500sf I
car garage, $775.
Property Professionals
Plus 683-1714
For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car garage, brick
home in Laural Hill,
850-P56-2553 or
682-5533
House 3br 2ba, near
schools, secure estab-
lished area. $775 mo
6855682-9335 or

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
Opportunity
62-1800
: 302 Spring St; $ 550
* 1413SPearlSt;$600
* 602 Henderson St;
$67500
* 341 Crooked Pine
Trail; $900

* 2805 Wilson Ln;
$1000
*u493 Jillian 4r; br1250
(95512 Monterrey Rd;
$1250
* 3089 Cosson Cir;
$600
* 3329 Berrywood TrI;
$750


NONW TDAY
Laurel Hill large 4 br,
2/2 ba, 1 acre lot, near
school, tarti$895/mo+dd.
(912) 996-3516
New houses, for
rent to own: Located
off Hwy. 90 East of Crest-
view 1,385 - 1,425 sf.
3br, 2ba,1& 2 car gar-















tr c hee oel r sa e all
electricNO electric with Au-
ur1595 Water. High ceil-
ings, fireplaces, garden
tubs and ceramic tile.
Very Nice Houses. NO
PETS Starting $850 per
month, $995 Damage
Deposit.. References and
creditcheck require d.
Year Lease. Ren t to own






tion available. Call (850
(T50)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


(850) 682-1800

6542 Bill Lundy Road Will .miririd 3 bd 1.5 ba home locat-
. cd in ,j (ju, iiTy .iifg Nriw -ivdl rvili i, i1.6', lini:d-inrbackyard and
storage shed.

'6353 Old River Road -17.98 acre parcel located in Baker. The sin-
glewide mh located on the property is being sold "as is." Great place to
build your dream home!

6471 Possum Ridge Road - Beautiful 2 story home located on
16+ acres overlooking a pond in Crestview. Stone fireplace w/gas logs;
opi:', litor pian,. p r, p ,',re . .j r ' ' . . - ,

4644 Bobolink Way - Well-maintained 1997 singlewide mobile
home located on two lots in a platted subdivision. MH and storage shed
-are being sold "as is." Great investment!
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
AiF- w "Crestview, FL 32536
| l Is| www.janetjohnsonrealty.com


| 6140

South of 110, 3 br 2ba
I car arae, half acre
lot, $85. atll Property
Professionals Plus.
683-1714


Teel and Waters
Real Estate
* 29 Heather Ave,
* 2919 Aplin Rd. $850,
3/2/1
* 231 Lustan ODr,
$1000, 4/2/2, no pets
* 102 Trenton Ave
$1,045 3/2/2, small
pet w/pprova.
S42 Riverchase Blvd,
$1350 3/2/2
*2117 Haood Loop
11,395, 4e3/2, no pets
1li properties require a
credit check, one year
lease; no inside smoking,
pet fees are
non-refundable. Call
Debra Frost
682-6156






Roommate wanted, to
share 3br, 2ba
brickhouse $45Omo in-
cludes all utilities/cable,
call 689-8978




8170O

3br 2ba mobile home
on 1 acre lot, no pets,
references required.
682-1045, 8:30 -5.






Large 3 br/lba
house in Florala, fur-
nished, corner lot, large
screened front porch,T
CCP storage galore, re-
cent(y remadeled, no
smoking/pets,walkin
distance to town & Lake
Jackson, $600
mo/deposit, first/last
months rent/purchase op-
tion; (334) 858-5814


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Property
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Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare





Crestview

Home for Sale
by Owner
645 Alysheba Dr, 3/2,
1575sf, on quiet
cul-de-sac. $189, 900.
423-1498


Crestview
New 3br, 2ba house in
nice area of Crestview.
Chair Rail, lots of ce-
ramic tile, cathedral ceil-
ing in kitchen and great
room. Builder will pay
most closing costs $14
800. Call 682-1759 or
682-5321. Joseph Barley
Registered General Con-
tractor.


Crestview
3 BR,1.5 BA,$118,900
recently remodeled. Call
8503980469 for more
info.


Crestview- As isl
House on 2 lots.
$65,000
902-5977

Crestview- By owner
only $3750 down $901,
+ tax & ins.3 br2 ba, 2
cg, FL rm., , brick.
newly upgraded. 114
Mill Pnd Cove in Beaver
Creek S/D. Call
678-7104 N'ville. With
No Forma( Qualifying.
REDUCED
Crestview, 3 br, 2 ba,
brick. 1250sf presently
being remodeled. As is,
$115K. By owner,
689-0150 or 305-0824
Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 c





HOLT, FL NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba 2 ca all
brick. Rent, Bu Rent-to-
own. 850- 897-072 or
866 805-6914
www.WeAreHomeFinders.comn
Indian Trails
Beautiful 2005 2162 s
ft. all brick home on A
floor plan w/an office.
Lots of room. Deeded ac-
cess to lake. Must see to
believe Asking
$295,900. Call Scort
Realty 850-546-1192
Laurel Hill 2 br, 1 ba
brick home on I acre lot.
3886 2nd Ave. $87000
682-2981 or 585-3771
OPEN HOUSE!!!
JulI 14th 10Oam-2pm,
2212 Titanium Dr,
Century 21 Moulton
Realty
(850)682-3849













7180
2 lots for sale. 2 1/2
+cres asking $65 000 3
acres asking 5,0Schwant,.
Clear Creek Estates
Crestview
One Acre lot located in
Country Breeze Estates
on Paved Road, asking
$40,000. Located Crest-
view, Fl on John Nix Rd.
Call 850-773-2002
leave message.




For Sale 2br, 1ba MH
on 2 acres near Holt, FL.
$79,900 Sale price.
(850) 537-6222 or
499-7412 or




1031
Exchange Options
++ Cash Flow. Credit
Tenants. Chris Schwantz,
Landmark Real Estate
Group, 850 897-0010
For Sale Rental
Investment Property Ap
nits Each on 1 to 2 acre
lots will sale All or Indi-
vidual. Owner will fi-
nance w/appropriate
down payment. call
682-1045 from 8:30-
5:00




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-
anteel Toll free
1-800-682-682-6103 Op
#10 *
New Orleans,
Louisiana ~
Potential Bed &
Breakfast
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. 2 story
home with off street park-
ing, balcony view of
downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass
doors & windows, hard
wood floors. $480,000.
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408 or email:
glewiscont@hotmail.com


CAVAlIER DR. BRICK HOME,
BARN & 23 ACRES. $485,000
OLD RIVER RD. BRICK HOME,
BARN & 60 A i M $999,999
IAKi ELLA RD. Houst & 8 t, s $225,000

Broker 'Go to www.northwestflahomes.com
and click on MY PROPERTIES.
865-7777 or 682-7718


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810e - Commercial
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e& Accesar ies
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8230 - Sailboats
Supplies
8310 - Arcraft/Aviallon
8320 AV/tt Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers,
8340 - Motorhomes




1987 Pontiac:
Fiero GT V-6
All original 41,000 true
miles, 22 MPG, full




$1,500 682-5697 or



Used Car Sales
Florala, Al
334-858-3667
* 1987 Clean Merce-
des (122,433 miles)
$3800 Cash
* 1997 Chevrolet
Suburban Loaded
(127500 miles),
$3060 down, lot fi-
nance
* 2001 Oldsmobile
Alero GX
(1100000miles) great,
on gas Lot finance
$2500 down
* 2001 Chevrolet Cav-
alier (108,000 miles-
Lot Finance, $2500
down, red w/sunroof
* 1999 Infiniti,
aWe bulesy person cars






boats etc. Running or
noti No title ok/.
$3008 down, lot fi-
nance.


01998 Cadillac e-


ille, white.(126,000 mi-
les) smooth driving.iles, off road t

We buy cars, trailers &
boats, etc.$3300 Running or
notl No title ok.-
305-1920





95 Nissan
Pathfinder, white, 4x4,
155K miles, off road ti--
res, $3300 OBO. Call
902-5057

Jeep Cherokee '90 4X4
P/S, P/B, P/W. Good
Mech condition, tow
pkq. No rust no dents.
$3500 OPO. Call
6824054





2004 FordF250, 4x4,
Lariat package, leather, '
crew cab, fully loaded
$26 000 obo.
758-6223

Chevrolet
Silverado '
'88 Cold AC. Two tone
87,OOQ miles Runs well
$2495 SOLD





Kawasaki Concours
2003, Sport touring bike,
1000CC, Great condi-
tion $3000. Call
305-7010





Jeep Wrangler 2006 X
hardtop for sale. $1000.
OBO. Please call Jeremy
at 850-398-6894

Skyjacker Hydro 7000
shocks. New, never
used. Front only. Two
SJA-H7081, . two
SJA-H7051, Cos i $35
each. Asking $25 each
OBO. Leave Message.
423-7119.





2002 Action Craft
S21 W Trailer
$12,060 Call
682-6524 and ask for
Kelly





'84 Winnebago Motor.
home 32 ft, 23,000mi.-
6.5 Onan generator,-
new a/c, gas stove &
heater, new refrigera-
toror, 4,000mi. on tires,
nice & clean. $7,995..
682-5697 or 305-6086 .


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04 Dodge 1500

Quad Cab
Low Miles S17,000
OBO 428-2091
or 537-8042


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INCOMVIE*

At home in spare time
Selling bargain name-
brand kids wear. 350%
mark-up. Free details.
111i Mohawk Trial,
Crestview, FL 32536 or call


(850) 826-1662

Century 21 Baylis & Davis


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