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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 2008
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Some think city of Laurel Hill should dissolve


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - This
debate literally could split up
the city of Laurel Hill.
On one side, a group of
citizens - with the support of
at least one city council mem-
ber - advocates dissolving
the city.
One the other side is 'the
group wishing to stay the
course as an incorporated city.
The issue burst into the
public forum during the April
24 meeting of the Laurel Hill
City Council.
Mayor James Dunn re-
sponded to a tie in a vote to


fill a vacancy on the council
by asking council members
Betty Williamson and Gary
Collinsworth if a desire to see
the city return to county over-
sight affected their vot9s.
Williamson responded by
saying she "wouldn't mind
at all" if the city dissolved.
Collinsworth'didn't offer an
absolute answer, but said
,he didn't think Laurel Hill
residents "could be any worse
off" if the city was absorbed
by Okaloosa County.
Dunn said he brought the
issue into the open to quiet
the "rumor mill" in the city.
"I don't want to deal with
rumors," he said. "I want to


deal with reality, and the real-
ity is the decisions and the
attitudes of the people at that
(city council) table are the
ones that matter."

One argument:
Break it up
Williamson said she thinks
lower taxes and better road
care could result from dissolu-
tion of the city.
"A lot of people are con-
cerned about the (city) ad
valorem taxes, because a ma-
jority of our people are senior
citizens on a fixed income,"

See SPLIT A7


Busy weekend for


Street Crimes Unit

Busts net alleged repeat offenders


Brian Hughes
Crestview'News Bulletin

The Crestview Po-
lice Department's Street
Crimes Unit was busy over
the weekend.
A series of drug busts
netted, among others, a
pair of alleged repeat of-
fenders.
On Friday morning the
unit served a search war-
rant at 578 M.L. King Jr.
Ave. and arrested residents
Kea Sontrice Bess, 29, and
Nakia "Kiki" Latease Brad-
shaw, 18.
Bess and Bradshaw had
been arrested in January
for possession of cocaine
with intent to distribute
within 1,000 feet of a public
housing facility.
Friday's bust netted sev-
en grams of cocaine and a
one gram of marijuana.
"Numerous plastic bag-
gies and plastic baggie cor-
ners were located through-
out the residence contain-
ing cocaine and marijuana
residue," the police arrest
report stated.
The report stated the co-
caine that was discovered
was packaged in 12 small
plastic bags found in the
defendants' bedroom.
Bradshaw and Bess were
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to dis-
tribute within 1,000 feet of
a place of worship, as their
residence is located about
100 feet from Macedonia
Baptist Church.
Friday afternoon the
unit served a search war-
rant at 204 Lakeview Drive,
arresting three people on
narcotics-related charges.
Terrance Terrell John-
son, 29, was "detained in
the bathroom attempting
to flush marijuana down
the toilet," his arrest report
stated.
A search of the residence
turned up 17 grams of
marijuana, including some
recovered from the toilet,
and 29 grams of marijuana
seeds and stems.


Also arrested was John-
son's wife Dierdre Renee
Horton, 28, who told offi-
cers "she has observed her
husband with marijuana in
the residence on numerous
occasions.
A resident of Memphis,
Tenn., Willie Bob Daniels,
24, was arrested as he left
the residence upon offi-
cers' approach.
Daniels "was observed
throwing a plastic bag to
the ground underneath a
vehicle." Thebag contained
seven smaller plastic bags
of marijuana, according to
the arrest report.
Daniels and Johnson
were charged with pos-
session of marijuana with
intent to distribute with-
in 1,000 feet of a public
housing facility. Johnson
was also charged with
tampering with physical
evidence.
Horton was charged
with keeping or maintain-
ing a structure for using,
keeping or selling drugs.
On Saturday night, the
Street Crimes Unit, using
a confidential informant,
arrested two suspected
drug traffickers.
Surveillance units ob-
served the purchase of 40
Hydrocodone pills by an
undercover officer in the
McDonald's parking lot
on West James Lee Bou-
levard. The officer used
recorded police drug buy
money for the purchase.
Arrested were Mary Jo
Creech, 32, and her hus-
band David Joseph Creech,
27, of McArthur Avenue,
Crestview. Both were
charged with trafficking in
Hydrocodone. Their 2000
Dodge Durango 4-door
truck was impounded.
Street Crimes com-
mander, Lt. Joseph Floyd
said that so far this year,
"crime is significantly re-
duced from 2006. For 2008
we want to continue the
trend of crime reduction
within the city of Crest-
view." I


Blackman Volunteer Fire Department displays new fire truck


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

BLACKMAN - The
Blackman Volunteer Fire
Department showed off
its new wheels Monday
night.
The department's new
fire truck sat in the drive-
way outside the station
during the fire district's
monthly meeting.
"We're very proud of
it," Blackman Fire District
Commissioner Ben Mor-


gan said. "It's been a long
time coming. This truck is
going to be a great asset to
our community."
The truck will serve as
the department's attack
truck, with support from
existing apparatus.
"As you can see,
some of our other appara-
tuses are quite out of date,"
Morgan said, motioning to
other vehicles parked in
the station. "The taxpayers
and the commuter traffic
will benefit from this truck


and the equipment on the
truck."
The truck was pur-
chased from Bluegrass
Tank & Equipment Inc.,
in Elizabethtown, Ky., at a
cost of about $90,000.
The truckwas purchased
with taxpayer funds. Mor-
gan hopes the department
eventually can obtain a
grant from the Department
of Homeland Security to
purchase additional appa-
ratus.
"We're a little commu-


nity with a low tax base,"
Morgan said. "However,
we are one of the largest
districts.
"We've Had many dona-
tions from our small com-
munity that helped us to be
able to get this type of ap-
paratus. We look forward
to being able to provide as-
sistance to the community
at large."

See another photo of.
the new truck at
crestviewbulletin.com.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Blackman Volunteer Fire Department stand
beside the department's new truck.


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The afternoon rain cleared in time for a sunset behind the carnival midway.


How the OSTF treasure was found


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


It hit Dwain Skidmore just
before he went to bed Thursday
night.
Skidmore suddenly realized the
likely location of the prize, in the
Old Spanish Trail Festival Trea-
sure Hunt.
Sure enough, when Skidmore
returned to
hunt Fri-
day morn-
ing, he
found the
"treasure"
- a lami-
nated card
with in-
structions
on how
to claim
the prize
- near
where he
expected.
,He found
the trea-
sure under
a strap
in a shed
behind the
Crestview
Communi- Cher Lynn Bragg
ty Center. performed her
"When upcoming single, "Blue
I found Collar Wife."
it, I was
elated," Skidmore said. "Now that
I found out what it was worth, it
was even better."
Skidmore will split $1,000 in
cash and prizes with Dean Mat-
thews, his partner in the hunt.
Skidmore said he spent much
of Thursday hunting around the
community center. He said almost
100 other people were looking for
the treasure in the same area.
He said a phrase in the second
of the daily clues - "the tesoro
lies quiet, secure and cool" -
helped him realize the location of
the treasure.
"Dean's wife and children
pointed out the clue said 'secure,'
and when I went to bed I realized


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it must be on the hurricane strap,"
Skidmore said.
Skidmore and Matthews re-
turned to the area at dawn Friday
and found the treasure at 8:13
a.m.
"I'm hooked," Skidmore said.


"It was my first treasure hunt, and
from now on I'll be looking for it."

Did you search for the treasure?
Did you come close to finding it? Share
your thoughts at crestviewbulletin.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008 LOCAL Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

Andrew Carnegie
earned the nickname "Pa-
tron Saint of Libraries,"
build-
ing
over
2,500
librar-
ies be-
tween
1883
,and
'1929.
When
the last
grant was made in 1919,
there were 3,500 librar-
ies in the United States,
nearly half of them paid
for by Carnegie.
Very few towns that
requested a grant and
agreed to Carnegie's
terms (demonstrating a
need, providing a build-
ing site and contribut-
ing ten percent of the
library's construction cost
annually to support its
operation) were refused.


The amount of money
donated to most commu-
nities was based on U. S.
Census figures. Rural ar-
eas also were considered.
Indiana, home state of our
Heather W., received the
most libraries with 165.
In the early 20th cen-
tury, a Carnegie library
was the most imposing
structure in hundreds
of small American com-
munities. Many different
architectural styles were
chosen, typically simple
and formal. Patrons
were welcomed through
a prominent doorway,
nearly always accessed
via a staircase intended
to show that the person
was elevating himself or
herself. Similarly, outside
virtually every library a
lamppost or lantern sym-
bolized enlightenment.
Carnegie's personal ex-
perience as an immigrant,
borrowing books from
the personal library of his
employer, reinforced his
.belief in the importance of


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Census Bureau since
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sed on Featuring more than
anyone who 300 pages and weighing
wouldd be- about seven pounds,
ul, as well the atlas presents data
ly of giving, from 1790 through 2000.
re the best- It is arranged 'by topic.
sion of that and grouped into three
general themes - who
we are, where we come
from and what we do.
rates The 14 chapters include
population distribution,
age and sex, living ar- ,
rangements, migration,
* ancestry, education,
work, military service,.
income, housing and
other topics. Most maps
feature county-level:
detail.
Census Atlas of the
United States is avail-
C able. on the Census Bu-
PICK reau Web site at www.
is worth a census.gov/population/
rds, then www/cen2000/census-
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the Census Atlas can
be purchased from the
Government Printing
Office online bookstore
at http://bookstore.
gpo.gov.
You may have read
recent news accounts
concerning glitches
with the upcoming
2010 census. Accord-
ing to an April 4 "Wall
Street Journal" article,
the Census Bureau will
drop plans to use hand-
held computers to count
millions of people dur-
ing the 2010 census and
instead go back to pen-
cils and paper. The bu-
reau's decision to shelve
technology intended to
make the count more
accurate will add $3 bil-
liop to the cost of the
count, bringing 'the price
to more than $14 bil-
lion. So it may be quite
awhile before the next
census results come out!


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Hollinghead is a self-
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the Grab Bag Gallery near
Opp, Ala. "I love doing
exhibits in Crestview,
because a lot of my family
still lives here," said
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7,2008 LOCAL


Time next May 14.
New brochures with
summer youth program
topics are available in the
library.
The Friends of the
Library have their next
bi-monthly meeting here
on May 15 at 10:30 a.m.
The public is encouraged
to attend.

CONTACT US
All of us here - Jean,
Sandra, Lise, Anna,
Heather N., Marie, Sen-
gdara, Tracey, Janice,
Heather W. and Audrey
- hope you will visit the
library soon.
Address: 1445 Cornm-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phone: 850.682.4432
Web site: www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"If it is right that
schools should be main-
tained by the whole
community for the well-
being of the whole, it is
right also that libraries
should be so main-
tained." - Andrew
Carnegie (1835-1919),
American industrialist
~and philanthropist.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008.


Local youths among 4-H District Events Day winners


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County 4-H
Clubs met recently with
youth members from Es-
cambia and Santa Rosa
Counties to compete in the
annual 4-H District 1 Events
Day at Pensacola Junior Col-
lege (Milton Campus).
Five north Okaloosa
County youth were among
the winners at the event.
The 4-H youth had the
opportunity to give dem-
onstrations and talks on
their project areas, model
fashions, participate in the
"Share-the-Fun" talent
show, and enter poster and
photography contests.
District Events Day ac-
tivities help encourage 4-H
youth to be better able to or-
ganize their ideas and pres-
ent them in a logical order,
express themselves clearly
and convincingly, and rec-
ognize the need for obtain-
ing complete and accurate
information on a given sub-
ject.
District Events Day Win-
ners from north Okaloosa
County advance to the 2008


4-H State Congress compe-
tition at the University of
Florida in Gainesville on
July 21-25.
4-H is the educational
program for youth ages
5-18, administered by the
University of Florida's Insti-
tute of Food and Agricultur-
al Sciences. 4-H activities are
open to all youth regardless
of race, creed, sex, religion,
handicap or national origin.


Demonstrations/
Illustrated Talks
Horse Category: Sa-
mantha Arvin, member of
the Horse Feathers Club,
Crestview, received a Blue
Award - Intermediate In-
dividual Division.
Plant Connections: Na-
than Mooers, of the Just
Kidding Goat Club, Crest-
view, received a Blue Award


Summer-Rama presents variety
of summer youth programs
Special to the News Bulletin
Parents and youth are welcome to attend the
2008 Summer-Rama, an event coordinated by the
University of Florida IFAS Okaloosa County Ex-
tension office and held at 5479 Old Bethel Road.
The May 15 event will begin at 6 p.m. Parents and
youth can browse the displays set up by youth-
serving organizations in the area. Each organiza-
tion will highlight upcoming summer programs
for youth. Participating organizations include the
Crestview Library, Crestview Parks & Recreation,
Eglin Library, Okaloosa 4-H, Okaloosa County
Beach Safety, Okaloosa Saves and the YMCA.


- Intermediate Individual
Division
Mechanical and Elec-
tronic Science: Adam Moo-
ers, of the Just Kidding Goat
Club, Crestview, received a
Blue Award - Intermedi-
ate Individual Division.
General Category: Sarah
Ward, of the Just Kidding
Goat Club, Crestview, re-
ceived a Blue Award - In-


termediate Individual Divi-
sion.
Photography Contest
Photographs submitted
by Kelvin Williamson (4-H
Country Club, Crestview),
Junior Division; Samantha
Arvin (Horse Feathers
Club), Intermediate Divi-
sion; and Sarah Ward (Fly-
ing Arrows Club), Inter-


mediate were critiqued at�
the district level and will
advance on to the state
competition
Poster Art Contest
A poster submitted by
Kelvin Williamson (4-H-
Country Club), Junior Di-
vision was critiqued at dis-
trict level and will advance
to the state competition.


Special to the News Bulletin
Three area teens recently donated
more than 40 iriches of hair to Locks of
Love at Master's Touch Salon and Bar-
ber Shop in Miramar Beach.
Allison Best (granddaughter of Caro-
lyn Brackney), Niki McDowell and Ri-
ley Allen donated a total of 40 and a half
inches of hair to Locks Of Love, a public
non-profit organization that provides
hairpieces to financially disadvantaged
children under the age of 18 suffering
from long-term medical hair loss.
Best, 17, donated 18 inches. McDow-
ell, 15, donated 10-and-a-half inches.
Allen, 13, donated 12 inches.
Best's mother is a breast cancer sur-
vivor. She was diagnosed with breast
cancer in May 2004, and now is cancer
free.
The stylists who donated their time
and skill were shop owner Shelia Ma-
honey and stylist Bridgit Simeneaux.


Special to the News Bulletin
From left-to right, area teens Allison Best, Niki McDowell and Riley Allen.
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Patrick A. Burgess, age 20, of
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2008. Patrick was a lifelong resi-
dent of Crestview.
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las Burgess, both of Crestview;
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Linda Bolen of Navarre, Micheal
Cullinane of Oak Forest, ll. and
Tom and Cathy Clement of Sugar
Hill, Ga.; numerous cousins.
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charity of your choice. The fam-
ily will receive friends after the
memorial service at the Burgess
home. Brackney Funeral Service,
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. 2008








Here is a sampling of what people had
to say about recent north Okaloosa County,
news topics. Comments were collected from
the Crestview News Bulletin Web site.

Topic: Crestview Police Department
Chief Brian Mitchell again permitted to
carry a weapon after April 29 hearing.
I think the state should pick up the
charges. They would if he was anyone
else. We should all be treated equal un-
der the law, but as you can see were not
*
I hope all those who were screaming
for Chief Mitchell's blood are asha med
for leaping to conclusions. As expect ted,
this private matter was a lot of nothing
Time to move on folks, there's nothing to
see here.
*
I knew it was a matter of time. Big
time Crestview Police Chief . coming
in to SAVE Crestview from all the crime
ve've got here! We don't need saving'
I have been here all my life, and junior
Bass and Nlayor Whitehurst and all those
that have been here have been doing a
fine job! We don't need outsiders to come
in and try to SAVE Crestview from itself!

The reason folks of that mindset can
remain so blissfully ignorant, thinking
\ you're still in peaceful old NlIayberrv., is
due to the hard work ot Chief Mitchell
and the other professionals in CPD who
keep your little bubble safe. Time to
wake up and realize Crestv iew is grow -
ing and isn't the same backwater it used
to be. We need professional cops now.

Topic: Old Spanish Trail Festival in-
troduces unique events to revive inter-
est in the festival.
lust when Crest view finally\ starts get-
ting a little civilized with an emerging
community arts group. the return of mu-
sical theater at the high school, fine din-
ing at the Wild Olive, etc., along comes
Redneck Inventions, Redneck Horse-
shoes, Redneck Law n Mower Races, etc.
Please, OSTF organizers., we've outgrown
such foolishness!


PASSING Dissolution a risky option

Kyle Wright

Only five people could issue with a 10-foot pole. in the city, but the citizens Those who disagree with
determine if dissolving the Without an answer from would have the voting pow- city staff's plans for Laurel
city of Laurel Hill is a good those five people, dissolu- er to do something about it. Hill instead should focus
idea. tion of Laurel Hill would be For that reason, the folks their energies on putting
Only the Okaloosa Coun- a huge risk. in Laurel Hill should discard together a slate of candidates
ty Commissioners could Let's say the city of Laurel the notion of dissolving the for the next city elections.
say what would happen if Hill was dissolved and re- city. Then, Laurel Hill can find
the city returned to county turned to county oversight. A segment of the citi- out if a majority of citizens
oversight. Worst case scenario: zens - perhaps a majority, think the city is headed in.
Maybe the county would Things might not improve perhaps a minority, perhaps the right direction, or if a
pay off the city's debts and in the city, and the people of exactly 50 percent - clearly majority of citizens agree
pave the streets in gold. Laurel Hill will have given doesn't agree with the di- change is needed.
Maybe the county would up the voting power to do reaction in which the city is Let the whole city decide.
raise Laurel Hill citizens' tax- much about it. headed. Don't leave it in the hands of
es through the roof and let Now let's say the citizens The group might or might just five people.
the roads fall into disrepair. of Laurel Hill decide to con- not be right. Either way,
No one can say for sure. I tinue on as an incorporated pushing for dissolution of Kyle Wright is the News
contacted a county official to city. the city isn't the way those . Bulletin Editor. Contact him
ask, and the person in ques- Worst case scenario: folks can help address the at 682-6524,,or e-mail kylew@
tion didn't want to touch the Things might not improve city's problems. crestviewbulletin.com.




COp Colu What keeps cops busy?
withSgt. Rick Hord


"Why aren't you out
chasing bank robbers?"
That line has been both
a sarcastic retort and an in-
nocent inquiry for years.
It points out an important
truth: most people have no
idea what keeps cops busy.
Even a cop won't be able to
give a simple answer to that
question,
In Okaloosa County, dep-
uties log an average of 482
calls per day. Our computer
counted 175,882 incidents
last year. Of those, 175,881,
or 99.99943 percent, did not
involve bank robbers.
Most criminals aren't
very smart, but even the
robbers are usually smart


enough to rob something
other than a bank. Less than.
one call per day, a total of
207 last year, involved a re-
port of a robbery... and only
one of those was a bank
robbery. What do crooks
rob instead of bank? Mostly
individuals: 130 last year,
followed by 29 home inva- -
sions, 24 convenience stores,
16 other businesses, and 7
carjackings.
Deputies sometimes
hear the "you should be
out chasing bank robbers"
comment while talking to
people involved in some
sort of assault, battery, fight,
or disturbance. Those events
occupy a great deal of our


time - more than 16 times
per day, on the average. For-
tunately, only a small minor-
ity of these incidents turn
out to be serious criminal
events. The people involved,
don't always welcome law
enforcement intervention.
If you include domes-
tic violence incidents, the
fight/disturbance average
increases to almost 21 per
day. Violations of domestic
violence restraining orders
are not included in that fig-
ure. Those complaints alone
come in at the rate of more
than four per day.
What else keeps Okaloo-
sa County deputies busy?
You may be surprised


just how often deputies
make arrests: an average
of one every 50 minutes,
for a total of 10,500 arrests
last year. About two thirds
of those arrests are misde-
meanor level. One arrest
every 18 hours and 45 min-
utes last year was for DUI.
Theft arrests are common:
one every 8 hours and 42
minutes. Almost 60 percent
of all theft arrests are for
shoplifting.
Cops and robbers? This
job is not easily reduced to
such a simple phrase.

Rick Hord is a sergeant with
the Okaloosa County Sheriffs
Office.


Guest commentary: Dispute in Laurel Hill


Topic: Possibility of dissolving Lau-
rel Hill is part of debate at the city's
April 24 City Council meeting.
Why does such a small town have
such a hard time doing such simple stuff?


aniit to Idd to the HuNbul,? 'Send your
tlioulgiht on ilallni north le'a,. tOpl-Cs to kCulew ,1o'ire l'ub lh'tt LL01.
or post a conm'nit it cr Ist ite bulletm.com



Profundity
Brian Hughes

Since childhood I have been fascinated by
the life story of Maria Augusta von Trapp,
matriarch of the famed Trapp Family, the
inspiration for the Rodgers & Hammerstein
musical, The Sound ot MAlusic.
Madame von Trapp's Story of thet Tripp
fiunilu Singer': is one of my all-time favorite
books, and is a glowing testament of faith and
strength


The number one dispute is
that some citizens want to dis-
solve the city and go back to
the county and some do not.
At the (April 24) regular
meeting, two of our council
members, Betty Williamson
and Gary Collinsworth, said
they are interested in goin g
back (to Okaloosa County);
they in my opinion advocate
going back. Is this in the best
interest of all citizens?
There are two reasons that
have been expressed. to me
why some citizens want to
"go back." They are: get out
from under ad valorem tax
and get city streets paved
Information all citizens
need to know: Read Florida
statute 165.071 (3). In essence
it states:
"The dissolution of a mu-
nicipal government shall
transfer the title to all prop-
erty owned by the preexist-


ing municipal government to
the county, which shall also
assume all indebtedness of
the preexisting municipality.
The county is specifically au-
thorized to levy and collect
ad valorem taxes in the same
manner as other county taxes
from the area of the preexist-
ing municipality for repay-
ment of any assumed indebt-
edness."
Laurel Hill residents now
pay 5.0 mils. My best guess is
the county will levy far more'
than 5.0 mils.
Regarding getting streets
.paved: check with the county.
Paving streets are below the
bottom rung of the totem pole.
There are not any .streets/
roads listed to be paved. Call
Baker and find out how many
unpaved streets they still
have.
Citizens, do you really
want to just give away all the


land the buildings, the equip-
ment that so many worked
so hard for such as City Hall
building and land, city shop
building and land, Elite Trailer
building, PAWS building, all
of industrial park land. Head
Start building and land, Gene
Clary Park, its buildings, up-
grades and land. Land at City
Square, land on Sunnyside
Avenue.
The good equipment the
city finally got, new fire truck,
the city truck, two trailers,
raider riding utility vehicle,
road grader,. riding lawn-
mower.
Thatis awfully hard to even
think about giving away.
How about city street
lights? Will the county pay for
citizens to have those? Have
you ,thought about how it
will affect Laurel Hill School?
You know the county is dos-
ing a number of the schools.


I believe it would have a big
effect on the school. Find out
how much the county water
and sewer rates are. You will
be amazed, I think. How long
would it take to get water line
breaks, etc., repaired? Lots of
questions to be asked and an-
swered!
Our city manager is bring-
ing our financial situation
around. With more time he
will bring it up even more.
I am a firm believer in free-
dom of speech, therefore I am
pleading with all Laurel Hill
citizens to contact (in writing)
city hall by e-mails, letters and
notes. Let our city govern-
ment know how you feel; are
you for dissolution or staying
a city. I will tell you I am 100
percent for staying an incor-
porated city; I am definitely
not a quitter.

Chris Jowers, Laurel Hill


"How stubborn the human
heart is! Since it cannot live
without hope, it hopes still
against all hope."

Baroness Maria von Trapp
u1905 - 1087)
Austrian writer, vocalist, and malrlarch or Ihe
Trapp Family Singers


This week in local history byAnn Spann


From May 1938

* "Crestview's band is progressing
by leaps and bounds according to band-
master R. H. Thompson. There are forty-
three pieces in the band to date and
practice takes place every day at nine
o'clock in the school auditorium."


* "Voters of the Town of Crestview
placed their stamp of approval on the
policies of the present administration.
Mayor J. A. Hodges, councilmen, Ted G.
Steele, Newman C. Brackin, L. G. Staff
and D. A. Paulk were returned to of-
fice."
* "Stem punishment was meted out


in circuit court by Judge A. G. Campbell
to several men involved in the hi-jacking
of a truck load of liquor near Fort Walton.
Eugene Hendricks of Pensacola, received
a life sentence, his brother Fletcher Hen-
dricks was sentenced to spend 50 years
in prison. E. P. Lee, who turned state's ev-
idence, was given a five-year sentence."


JCNBSTAI


Jason Mobley
General Manager
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crestviewbulletin.com


Kyle Wright
Editor
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Melissa Tedder
Office Manager
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Ann Spann
Photographer
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Military News
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Account Executive
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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


SPLITcontinued from A1l


she said. "It started at five
.percent, and I thought
it was high. I think we
..should have started it
lower.
"And then our roads
-are just miserable. If the
county took over, we
might get more road
work."
Williamson said she
has heard from more than
20 people who would ad-
vocate dissolving the city.
Would she have any
regrets if dissolution oc-
curred?
"I don't think so," she
said. "I can't think of any-
thing that would be an
asset."

The other argument:
Keep it together
City Manager Tim
Bolduc thinks the people
of Laurel Hill would lose
their power to determine
their destiny if the city
dissolved.
He said Okaloosa
County has more than
119,000 registered vot-
ers. He said 392 of them
reside in Laurel Hill city
limits.
"Right now, those 392
people can come to meet-
ings and have their voice
heard and have an im-
pact," he said. "If you dis-
solve them into the other
119,000 voices, that voice
becomes a lot softer.,
City staff calls the no-
tion that dissolving the
city would guarantee
lower taxes and better
,roads "misinformation."
"It's a false assumption
that if the city was de-
livered into the county's
hands that the roads
would be paved and in-
frastructure improved,"
Dunn said. "There is a
'shortfall in revenue, not
only municipally but
-.statewide. I don't think
expectations would be
fulfilled "


THE CANDIDATES SPEAK
Betty Williamson and Gary Collinsworth voted for Harold
Jones to fill the city's vacant council seat during the April 24
meeting.
Jones provided a statement on the dissolution issue and
on the state of emotions in city politics:
"Let me make a flat statement: I am not associated with
and am not aware of any movement for the dissolution or
deincorporating of Laurel Hill," he said. "The city manager
did give me a copy of a petition from some people on Steel
Mill Creek Road who wish to deannex themselves from the
city, but that's the only thing I know about.
"I think. mere seems to Le a lot of acrimonr 3 the icir',
council meetings. and I think that shc'uld end I don't trunk
progress can be made it that acrimon' exists. People ra'.e
a right tfor reires of issues:, ut it seems:, to be 3r acriimon,-
ous situation At the -amre ihme Laurel Hill is': faced with what
faces man, ties, ..1hether it car, operate in a sound fiscal
pos [ion
,'.'re-:, said his to.p prorir, if c.r'osen to s6rve on the coun-
cil wculd be to. '.irk tOc have the cir, removed from the state
listinri o. local jgo.-ernrrent entries monitored for emergency ,
'irali: l status '
Council rnemiers J..'nri, Jarne_ and Vizell Robbins
jr. .:.,ec i. 'i Chrisr J.,ers to till the '..'ant seat Guest
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Can it happen?
The process of disso-
lution would, at the very
least, take some time.
First, the council would
have to pass a dissolution
ordinance.
Then, the ordinance
would have to be approved
by voters in a referendum.
The ordinance would be
subject to mayoral veto -
and Dunn almost certainly
would exercise it.
"I guarantee it would
never get past me as long
as I am in office," Dunn
said.
The council would need
a four-fifths vote to over-
ride the veto.
Add it all up, and the
numbers would not seem
to favor dissolution under
the current council and ad-
ministration.


The next Laurel Hill
Cir, Council meeting i_
Thursday , a-it p in


Closing statements
The two sides do not
see eye-to-eye on the
pros and cons of the dis-
solution issue, but both
say they have the best
interests of Laurel Hill
at heart. '
"When we take an
oath of office, there is an
unspoken oath to move
the city in a positive
direction," Dunn said.
"If we fail to do that, we
are failing to do what
the citizens elected us to
do."
Said Williamson: "I'm
trying to look out for
the citizens of Laurel
Hill. Trlat's what I was
elected for."


What is your take on this
issue? Post your thoughts at
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Crestview Police
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - John
W. Harrison will be hon-
ored as Laurel Hill's Citi-
zen of the Year on Thurs-
day night.
Because Harrison died
this past New Year's Eve,
shortly after receiving no-
tification of the honor, the
occasion will mark the
first time the award will be
made posthumously.
At the request of Harri-
son's wife Syble, the city is
keeping its recognition of
his contributions low key,
eschewing the usual com-
munity-wide reception.
Instead, city leaders
will express their appreci-
ation for Harrison's many
contributions to Laurel
Hill prior to the regularly
scheduled City Council
meeting. The ceremony
will begin at 6:30 p.m.
A lifelong resident of
Laurel Hill, John Harrison


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John W. Harrison


was a graduate of Lau-
rel Hill School, counting,
among his classmates lo-
cally familiar figures in-
cluding Ferrin Campbell,
June Campbell andMorris
Rogers. Throughout his
life he remained a staunch
supporter of the Hoboes,
rarely missing a basketball
game.
Harrison served in the
Navy during World War
II and then worked in civil


service at Eglin Air Force
Base before becoming
Laurel Hill's postmaster in
1953.
In 1955 he switched his
postal duties and became a
rural letter carrier, retiring
in 1986. He was a member
of the postal service's Mil-
lion Mile Club, a coveted
position earned by trav-
eling one million miles
without an accident.
He was a member of the
local Rural Letter Carrier's
Association and remained
active in the organization
for 17 years after retire-
ment. He was president of
the state RLCA from 1980
until 1982.
Close to home, he was
a deacon in the Baptist
Church, and was a mem-
ber of the Laurel Hill City
Council from 1965 into the
early 1970s.

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LAUREL HILL - The
City Council has an-
nounced its agenda for
Thursday night's meeting.
The public is invited and
encouraged to attend. The
meeting, which includes
a Public Hearing, begins
at 7 p.m. in the Council
Chamber.
Prior to the meeting the
Citizen of the Year pre-
sentation will take place
at 6:30. (See related story
above.)


I. Call to Order
II. Prayer, Pledge of Al-
legiance to the Flag
III. Open Public Hear-
ing
First reading:
* Ordinance 301
Public comments
* Ordinance 302
Public comments
* Ordinance 303
Public comments
Close Public Hearing
Council vote on first
reading


IV. New Business
V. Public comments
VI. Reports:
1. Clerk's Report
* Tax bill for Elite
Trailers property
2. Mayor's Report
3. Fire Chief's Report
4. City Manager's
Reports
VII. Old Business
VIII. Public Comments
IX. Approve payment
of bills
X. Adjourn


Edwards and Adams'set to wed


Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Edwards of Crestview
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Erin
Nicole Edwards, to
William Grant Adams.
He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William P. Adams of
Baker.
Erin's grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
H. Hollifield, Mr. and
Mrs. James P. Edwards
and the late Mrs. Shirley
A. Edwards, all of
Birmingham, Ala. She is a
graduateofCrestviewHigh


School and the University
of West Florida, where
she received a degree in


Elementary Education.
Erin works at the Red
Raspberry Boutique.
William's grandparents
are the late Mr. and Mrs.
Durrell Adams of Baker
and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall C. Tatham of
Andrews, N.C. He is a
graduate of Baker High
School .and is studying
business at Okaloosa-
Walton College. He-works
at Anderson Columbia.
A May 10 wedding is
planned at First Baptist
Church in Crestview.


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CRIME STOPPERS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


cI. Fugitives wanted by Emerald Coast Crimestoppers
1-888-654-TIPS


Robert Wesley Miller, B/m DOB:
03-05-1983, 5'06" 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Home Invasion Robbery & Grand
Theft


James Thomas Litchford, W/m Brent Anthony States, W/m Christina Lynn Norman, W/f
DOB: 10-31-1984, 5'10" 195 DOB: 07-24-1972, 6'04" 195 11-07-1983, 5'04" 115 pounds
pounds Black Hair Blue Eyes. pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel.
Fel: Robbery without a Weapon Fel- Fraudulent Use of a Credit Poss. of a Controlled Substance
& Aggravated Battery. LKA: Card & Grand Theft. LKA: FWB without a Prescription
FWB


Irwin Eugene Walters Jr.,
W/m 07-28-1949, 6'01"_ 285
pounds Brown Hair Hazel
Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Cocaine & DUI. LKA: Destin


Lynn Ann Barnes, W/f DOB:
02-13-1970, 5'06" 110 pounds
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Aggravated Battery & Aggravated
Assault.


Howard case

still open
On January 6, 2006,
Melissa Lynn Howard,
a 35-year-old mother
of two children, was
killed in her Crestview,
Florida home at 222
Tiffott Court. As of now,
Melissa's killer has not
been brought to justice
for this crime.


William Edward Johnson, W/m
DOB: 10-14-1977, 5'10" 200
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Aggravated Battery. LKA:
FWB.


James Maurice Reed, B/m DOB:
06-13-1981, 5'11" 180 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
DWLSR/Fleeing & Eluding Law
Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-1953,
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
GrandTheftAuto.,LKA:Crestview.


Dechiquia Deron Lewis, B/Mi
DOB: 04-27-1983, 5'10". 240
,pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Narcotics Violations.
LKA: FWB


Matthew James Kalvkiewicz,
W/m 10-10-1968, 5'10" 198
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft Auto. LKA:
Niceville


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m
06-21-62, 5'06", 250 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA: Baker


Jamil Mahdeen Hampton, B/m
04-17-71, 5'10" 200 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Distr. Of Cocaine and Resisting
Arrest. Suspect is known to
carry a firearm. ' LKA: FWB


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m
10-29-1974, 5'08", Black Hair
Green Eyes. Aggravated Battery
withGreatBodilyHarm.LKA:FWB


Kevin Sherard Bagwell, B/m
DOB: 12-12-1978, 6'0" 160
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Failure to Redeliver
Leased Property.


Dennis' Raymond Lewis, B/tn
10-15-1971, 6'01" 217 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Several Counts of Grand Theft.


Mark Edward Pow, W/m
01-17-1970, 6'02" 185 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Poss. of Cocaine. LKA: FWB


The photo at left arid the two above pictures are suspects wanted
in connection with theft of laptops from Destin Wal-Mart on Jan.
10,2008.


James Rodney Pitts, W/m DOB:
12-12-55, 6'02" 165 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
Attempted Possession of a
Firearm by a Convicted Felon


William Andrew Pugliesi, W/m
10-07-1965, 6'02" 180 Ibs. Blonde
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Aggravated
Battery & False Imprisonment.
Aliases of Andy Rhose or
William Rhose. LKA: FWB


Ronald Justiniano Rivas, H/m Valerie Moreno, H/f DOB:
DOB: 09-04-1981, 6'02" 200 09-19-1986, 5'02" 135 pounds
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes. Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Prin-
Fel: Battery. LKA: Shalimar ciple to Carjacking, Principle to
Battery on Elderly, Burglary &
Larceny


Derrick Bernard Thomas,'B/m
09-14-1966, 6'04" 190 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: FTA
- Failure to Register as a Sexual
Offender & Resiting Arrest
Without Violence. LKA: Chipley


Guillermo Hernandez, H/m DOB:
02-25-1975, 5'04" 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Car-
jacking, Battery on Elderly, Bur-
glary & Larceny


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds
Black Hair One Brown Eye &
One with a Bluish Tint. Fel:
Aggravated Battery with a
Firearm. Considered armed
& dangerous. LKA: Crestview


Timothy Lafferty, W/m DOB:
10-02-1981, 6'1" 200 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Lewd & Lascivious Conduct.
i


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72, Dominique Lawrence White,
5'01" 100 pounds Blonde Hair W/m 02-27-73, 6'01" 174 pounds
Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of Black Hair Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-,
Controlled Substance & Poss. False Imprisonment. LKA: Destin
of Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m
06-09-72,, 5'08" 132 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
VOP- Possession of Controlled
Substance. LKA: Crestview



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Mohammed Samir . Qureshi,
H/m 10-11-1974, 6'03" 200
pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


Lloyd Owen May,
III, W/m DOB:
07-25-1983, 5'11"
160 pounds. Fel:
VOP-Poss. Of a
Firearm by Felon/
Poss. of Controlled
Substance without
Prescription/
Poss. of Drug
Paraphernalia.


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leads to the apprehension of wanted fugitives,


or results in the recovery of stolen property or
illegal narcotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
organization that relies on citizen donations.
No taxpayer dollars are used in the reward
fund. Donations may be mailed to Emerald
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008 SCHOOLS Grestview News Bulletin I AL9


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When the World Har-
mony torch run arrived in
Crestview last week, the
kids at Southside Elemen-
tary School turned out in
force to cheer the interna-
tional team of runners.
Afterwards, as they re-
turned to their classrooms,
they were filled with the
hope that perhaps the world
they inherit will be a friend-
lier place.
"We all come together
because we love the event,"
said Australian Homagni
Baptista, one of the runners
visiting Crestview. "We love
visiting the schools and ba-
sically, we doing something
positive.
Baptista praised the run-
ners' reception at Southside.
"It's been amazing!" he
said, noting that the kids
made signs and sang songs
to welcome the team.
"We're just runners
out here. When (students)


All the students at Southside Elementary School had the
opportunity.to hold the torch during the World Harmony
Runners' visit this past Friday.


can sort of come on board
and join us, doing positive
things in the schools, that's
when it becomes the World
Harmony Run,"
The run, which was first
started in 1987, is being
held in more than 100 na-
tions worldwide and, over
the course of 10,000 miles,
through all 50 U.S. states.
The multinational team
that came through Crest-
view on Friday included


runners from Russia, Fin-
land, the Ukraine and Scot-
land.
"There's nothing more
fun than running around
the country meeting lots of
people," Baptista said.

Were you or your child
present at the World Har-
mony Run's stop at South-
side Elementary? Share your.
thoughts on the event at
crestviewbuUetin.com


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A Honor Roll
1ST GRADE: Ball, Rebecca
/ Ballard, Jadyn / Boan, Brody
/ Bray, Jessica / Cain, Izzy
/ Caraher, Justin / Corbin,
Chandler / Coriri, Jack / Couch,
Jaonte' / Edwards, Riley /
Fortner, Carlee / Fowler, Maggie /
Greeness, Bailey / Harms, Ashlyn
/ Harrell, Kemison / Henley,
Alyssa / Hollingsworth, Cassje
/ Holloway, Chandler / Hurley,
Olivia / Keen, Ethan / Ketchum,
Victoria / Maltais, Kaylen /
McCurley, Ashlyn / Medlock,
Elise / Medlock, Emma / Melton,
Grace / Nowling, Breeanna /
Seals, Ni'Ja / Sutherland, Aaron /
Tew, Weston / Trost, Erin / White,
Jacob / White, Sierra.
2ND GRADE: Boudreaux,
Hannah / Burlison, Hannah
/ Castille, Cole / Dowling,
Kaylynn / Gillis, Gracie / Green,
Kara / Greer, Casey / Hipps,
Gage / Holm, Michelle / Irelan,
Joey / Marsh, Andrew / Martin,
Calista / McGovern, Amberlynn
/ McGovern, Brian / Medlock,
Zoe / Meeks, Jodie / Morales,
Antonio / Parker, Kyle / Piloto-
Alonso, Juan / Robbins, Jasiah /
Sayers, Blake / Smith, Jeremy /
Thomason, Cole / Weappa, Zala
/ Woods, Clara.
3RD GRADE: Barrow, Brooke
/ Baysmore, Montoya / Dalton,
Rylee / Fowler, Xander / Gillis,
Cameron / Harms, Kameryn /
Hinds, Chance / Howington,
Shelly / Josey, Dylan / Luke,
Maddie / McLaney, Kaylyn /
Mitchell, Ethan / Rodriguez,
Jaidyn / Wakeland, Cameron /
Winans, Dylan.
4TH GRADE: Back, Charlie
/ Boyd, Selena / Evans, Emily /
Goddara, Renea / Kootsouradis,
Seth / Maltais, Ashton / Massey,
Taya / Patterson, Abby / Polk,
Austin / Seals, Dondrell / Wilks,
Dazhah.
5TH GRADE: Adams,
Macie / Chamberlain, Jordan /
McCranie, Kyle / Parker, Kaylen
/ Shaw, Nathan / Stewart, DJ /
Tew, Chapman.


A/B Honor Roll.
1ST GRADE: Akins, Madison
/Arcikowski, Jordan /Ard, Abigail
/ Austie, Layla / Bilodeau, Ryan
/ Bottenfield, Kathleen / Cato,
Janee' / Cook, Zoe / Corin, Kayla
/ Dahlke, Eli / Dunn, Joseph /
Fugate, Drake / Gaszak, Jonah
/ Goedge, Faith / Grantham,
Tanner / Harmon, Jesse /
Henderson, Jason / Hill, Jacob /
Hyatt, Logan / La Roche, Caitlyn
/ Lopez, Madilyn / Mays, Taurean
/ McLaughlin, Tyrone / Meserve,
Zachary / Miller, Seana / Mobley,
Braden / Moore, Jackson /
Morrill, Zane / Register, Courtney
/ Riley, Gabby / Sanders, Brandy
/ Sanford, Dylan / Secrest, James
/ Simms, Becca / Stanley, Siena
/ Stanton, Jack / Sterbaggi,
Ryleigh / Stokes, Brycen / Suero,
Isabel / Tims, Brandon / Vargas,
Jorge / Westberry, Shawna /
White, Lauren.
2ND GRADE: Allen, Cody
/ Anderson, Destiny / Anglin,
Madison / Atwood, Jade /
Atwood, Kimberly / Aughtman,
Payton / Bell, Britney / Brown,
Aliyiah / Conrad, Kaylee / Curcio,
Gunnar / Daniel, Kelsey / Davis,
Michael / Deal, Duncan/Feducia,
David / Goertzen, John / Gordon,
Felicia / Grace, Christian / Hein,
Stormi / Howze, 'Briana / Ingram,
Desirae / Kitchens, Thomas / La
Roche, Caleb / Lane, Brandon
/ Massey, Jalen / Medlock,
Kadin / Moorer, Jawan / Morrill,
Alonna / Myddelton, Hailey /
Newman, Grace / Pettis, Mercy
/ Rivera, Mysteria / Seymour,
(onnor / Sherwood, Charlotte
/ Smith, Liliana / Striblin, Tyler
/ Taylor, Vivian / Varner, Oriana
/ Westberry, Payten / Williams,
Courtney / Young, Coleman.
3RD GRADE: Acang, Austin
/ Adams, Phillip / Akins, Taron
/ Alexander, Adam / Alexander,
Meaghan / Alford, Lane /
Ambrose, Chyna / Andrews,
Baylee / Boles, Savannah /,
Clark, Tyreke / Deason, Austin
/ Deaton, Zane / Furr, Savannah
/ Hagedorn, Eli / Hamilton,


Cameron / Harrison, Kayla /
Holloway, Madison / Howe, Allie
/ Hritz, Carson / Mason, Kendall
/ McLaughlin, Alyssa / Moore,
Brayden / Nelson, Gabby/ /
Peacock, Chiante' / Reckert,
Cody / Richardson, Jordan /
Ritchie, Noah / Rogers, Wynn /
Rojas, Oscar / Seagles, Lydia /
Sills, Ragen / Stewart, Olivia /
Stokes, Bailey / Woida, Lexi.
4TH GRADE: Alexander,
Jenna / Austin, Jessica /
Barberree, Taylor / Barltta, Alex
/ Bartlett, Kayla / Bergeron,
Dalton / Brooks, Michael /
Clay, Savannah / Cook, Rachel
/ Corbin, Madison / Coursey,
Diamond / Dalton, Danny /
Daniels, Leigh Ann / Day, Tyler
/ deGraaf, Zachary / Dunn,
Elizabeth / Folsom, Marissa /
Gamad, Jeremiah / Hardell, Erin
/ Heringer, Larry / Hill, Haley /
Hipps, Brayson / Humphrey,
Rachel / Johnson, Christa /
Justice, Cayson / Justice, Dayne
/ Matthews, Alyssa / McClard,
Ashley / Medlock, Serena /
Miller, Kendall / Nauta, Michael
/ Otto, Kayla / Rader, Brianna /
Raybon, Pace / Robinson, Levi
/ Samuolis, Mathew / Simmons,
Kyle / Snell, Rusty / Stewart,
Rebbecca / Vonada, Kean /
Williams, Jadzia / Williams,
Tanner / Williamson, Kelvin.
5TH GRADE: Altmaier,
Alexis / Barlotta, Ashley /
Barton, Megan / Blade, Michael
/ Boho, Sage / Burnet, Cosby /
Cain, Madison / Carr, Andrew /
Clark, Lorenza / Enfield, LeAnn /
Evans, Matthew / Fortner, Coltin
/ Galvan, Virginia / Gaszak,
Jared / Grantham, Trey / Hinton,
Austin / Hunt, Chris / Jacobs,
Destiny / Koehn, Kimberly
/ Martin, Brian / Mason,
MeKenzie / McGovern, Ryan /
Myddelton, JC / Perez, Julian /
Rankin, Jamie / Rhoades,Tara
/ Rodriguez, Jordan / Santos,
Taylor / Smith, Marshall /
Theison, Jordan / Trent, Brittany
/ Walker, Hunter / White, Adam
/ Williams, Dustin / Williamson,
Haley / Young, Marissa.


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SCHOOLS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


Students, volunteers take flight at Antioch
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Antioch Aviators Rachel Pan and Brett Gileau placed first
in the District Tech Bowl recently held at the Niceville
Community Center. Students throughout the county
participated in a timed Internet scavenger hunt that
tested both the keyboarding skills and ability to process
information. The outstanding Aviators were coached by
Media Specialist Alice Clark.


Photos Special to the News Bulletin
Above, Jackie Bumgardner recently was named Antioch
Elementary School's Volunteer of the Year. She is pictured
with principal Glenda Robinson and her daughters Taylor
and Linzy. Bumgardner has selflessly donated more than
350 hours ofher time to assist in various duties throughout
the school. At left, Antioch Elementary School celebrated
its volunteers with a recognition. This event was hosted by
Marcy Wesolowski, Antioch's Volunteer Coordinator. The
delicious food was provided by faculty and staff. Pictured
are some of Antioch's outstanding volunteers Sheila Davis,
Dawn O'Hara, Silvia Ward, Wendy Norris and Vicki Anchor.


A Honor Roll
6TH GRADE: James Adams,
Meagan Clark, Nicole Doody,
Alyssa Garcia, Tyler Kile, Victoria
Kiser, Zane Kootsouradis, Jordon
Linzy, Jarrod Miller, Yash Patel,
Taylor Pierce, Matthew Slayton,
Layla Tarpley, William Blake, and
Christian Zoppina.
7TH GRADE: Colin Fortner,
Jacqueline Hanners, Bethany
Nick, Justin Rebholz, and
Heather Sasser.
8TH GRADE: Alica Adams,
Justin Garland, Haley Orourke,
and Angelo Pryor.

A-B Honor Roll
6TH GRADE: Dominique
Acol, Amy Adams,Trevin
Arrington,Gabriel Bailey, Daniel
Billedeau,Tier Blanco, Colin
Bott, Robert. Bradley, Elizabeth
Bringier, Megan Camp, Sean
Connolly, Matthew Cook, Shelby
Critcher,Ciara Dalton, Kelsie
Dardon, Ryan Edwards, Nicole
Gallina, Diana Galvan, Bradley
Green,' Ashley Guthrie, Alex
Hannon, Corey Heiple, Jarrett
Henderson, Joshua Hinton, Janie
Jacobs, WalterJagielski,Brandon
Joseph, Melissa Kannapel
Alandra Kelly, Joshua Koestler,
Jessica Laguerre, Brandi
Larkins, Jasmine Lester, Jennifer
Malone, Thomas Mesta, Jasmine
Middelton, Kaila Mitchell, Miguel
Montanez, Brooke Palmer, Shaan
Parikh, Houston Pitts, Arlette


Rogers, Kiara Schultz, Aaliyah
Smith, Richard Solis, Quinton
Thomas, Joshua Wagner, Emily
Wedige, Alyssa Weekly, Jerome
White, Austin Williams, Rebecca
Williams, and Brittany Woollums.
7TH GRADE: Alexis
Aeschiliman, Dylan Ballard,
Michelle Bryan, Jonathan
Buckelew, Krista, Dipierro,
Roman Donofro, Iiri Fales,
Kadeija Frelix, Justin Fries,
Bradley Gates, Lester George,
Kiara Gunn, Kaitlin Hail, Alexis
Hawthrone, Joshua Herman,
Kevin Joseph, Kenneth King,
Oliisa Lee, Jerry McCallum,
Annanaria Moore, Haley Morris,
Mary Murphy, Brandy Nicholson,
Daniel Nickels, Tommie Powell,
Christopher Rahn, Daniel Reid,
Ashley Richbourg, Cameron
Schneberger, Turner Sinopoli,
Forrest Sweatt, Gabrielle
Thomas, Seth Thomason,
Cody, Vann, Charlbs Webb,
Dakota Woodward, and Latonya
Yelverton.
8TH GRADE: Cassandra
Acosta, Kristina Beaman,
Kwaneisha Bell, Amanda
Eidem, Elizabeth Ellis, Jennifer
Giambrone, Janessa Jenkins,
Michael Leatherwood, Bobbie
LeGrande, Macy Lehotay, Dustin
Lynch, Mary Masterson,Ashton
Melians, Zachary Miller,
Brittny Ostermann, Terrence
Parson, Jessica Phillips, Kodi
Richardson, Katelyn Sheedy,
Briana Snype, Aaron Sowder,
and Adam Tompkins.


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Walker students

celebrate Earth
Special to the News Bulletin

Walker Elementary
School's fourth-grade stu-
dents recently learned to
love their planet a little bit
more. They celebrated Earth
Day by learning more about
the environment.
Their day began with a
trip to Beasley Park to plant
sea oats and panic grass.
Both plants are native to
Okaloosa Island and are
a great help in preventing
erosion caused by wind and
rain. In fact, the plants help
rebuild the dunes by cap-
turing sand. The students
and teachers were able to
see the growth of the dunes
since last year's planting ac-
tivities.
Walker's fourth-graders
have participated in this
replanting activity for five
years as a joint project with
the United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture's Nat-
ural Resources Conserva-
tion Service (NRCS). Dar-
ryl Williams, director for
the NRCS, coordinates the
planting and takes time to
educate the students about
their efforts. With his help,
Walker's fourth-graders.
planted about 2,000 plants
on the dunes of Beasley
Park. .
After their planting activ-
ities, the students visited the
Earth Day activities at the
Fort Walton Beach Landing.
There, they learned about
topics ranging from earth-
worms to 'recycling. The
activities at the Earth Day
event were very "hands
on." Students had the op-
portunity to ask questions
and participate in demon-
strations. They also received
lots of free gifts.
At one booth, students
learned about conserving
trees. After listening to a
short lesson, they received
free scented pencils.
"I liked the Smencils,"
said Alex Barlotta, from
Kara Cox's classroom.
"They smell great and are
and made from 100 per-
cent recycled newspapers,
Instead of using trees, we
should always use old
newspapers!"
Inspired by the "green"
activities of Earth Day,
many students worked on
the school's grounds after
returning to school. They
weeded flower beds and
picked up trash before head-
ing home from school.
Jeanine Kirkland, the
school principal, has chal-
lenged the students to do
even more to make Walker
Elementary School "green".
She hopes to see students
come up with ways to save
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WEDINESDAY, MAY 712W8U


May Day Golf
Carver Hill Memorial and
Historical Society, Inc., is
sponsoring its annual May
Day Golf tournament on May
25.
Entry fee for the
tournament is $45 per
person in the four-man
Florida lowball format and
includes lunch.
Hole sponsors and door
prizes are still needed.
. For more information call
682-79004 or 862-7904

Golf Tournament
The Davidson Middle
School cheerleaders' golf
,event is May 31 at 8 a.m.
at Foxwood Country Club.
Format is four-person
scramble. Entry fee is $40
dollars for members and $50
for non-members.
Fee includes: cart, green
fee, food, T-shirt and lots of
door prizes
" Please contact Scherie
Hritz at 974-2533 for details.
Deadline is May 16.

YMCA Activities
., The sixth annual Swing
for the Y Golf Tournament
is May 9 at 1 p.m. at Adara
Golf Course.
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/ Fax
(850) 689-8798 or by e-mail
at noymca@ecymca.org.

Basketball Camp
The Crestview High
School Basketball Junior
League camp will be held
each Saturday from May
1,7-June 7.
. The camp is open for
boys and girls ages 6-12.
I. The registration fee is
$35. Checks should be
made payable to CHS
basketball.
The camp includes for
days of instruction, lessons
and games.
Players will practice from
9 a.m.-11 a.m. each day and
then play games from noon.
-4 p.m.
Campers should bring
their own lunch.
Registration begins at
8:30 a.m. in the CHS gym.
For more information
contact Coach Humphrey at
240-4588.

Basketball Jam
Billed as the premier
basketball event in the
South, the Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam will be
held May 23-25 in Pensacola
at the University of West
Florida and other gyms in the
area.
Reggie Evans of the
Philadelphia 76ers, along
with Lady Comfort of the
WNBA Los Angeles Sparks,
will be in attendance.
Also expected to attend
are former Pensacola area
prep stars Alex Gordon of
Vanderbilt and Ralph Mims
and Jason Rich of Florida
State.
This is a team tournament
for girls and boys 10-17U.
The entry fee is $275,
and each team is guaranteed
three games.
Deadline entry is May 9.
For more information call
(850) 777-0165 or visit their
website at www.sysatigers.
org.

Softball tourney
The Andalusia Sports
Complex will host a Men's C
softball tournament May 9-10.
The format will be three
home runs and innings
change.
Worth gold dot balls are
the only ones allowed in the
tournament
Entry fee is $150. Deadline
is Thursday at 1 p.m.
For more information
contact Duke Smith at (334)


222-2714, ext. 5, or (334)
427-3017.


Crestview's football players worked out in helmets and shorts Monday and were scheduled to start contact drills
Tuesday.






Spring practices




a, hit with coaches


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The first full week of
spring football got off to
a rousing start in Baker
on Monday as the Ga-
tors went in full pads and
starting hitting.
Rising senior Billy
Whatmough delivered
the big hit of the after-
noon when he leveled a
teammate with a pancake
tackle during a defensive
drill.
Things were equally
spirited, if not so com-
bative, in Crestview. The
Bulldogs went in shorts
and helmets one last time
before donning full gear
on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs were
completing the manda-
tory three days of condi-
tioning before starting to.
hit.
The Dawgs looked
sharp, completing the
final 15 minutes of the
two-and-a-half hour ses-
sion by quickly moving


Crestview's linemen go head-to-head during a drill Monday.


from station to station
doing a variety of agility
and strength drills.
It's probably not sur-
prising that none of the
players distinguished
themselves during the
first three practice ses-
sions.
Matt Brunson, who en-
ters his eighth season at,


Crestview's head coach,
knows things don't heat
up until the players are
able go in full pads.
"The guys have given
great effort, and the focus
has been good," Brunson
said. "We've installed
three or four basic plays
and a basic defense.
"Things will be lot


faster when we are in full
gear because it will be live.
When we' start blocking
and tackling that's when
guys will start separating
themselves."
What is Brunson look-
ing during the first few
days in pads?

See PRACTICES B2


Hoboes reflect on baseball playoff run


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
PAXTON - The Laurel Hill
baseball team's surprising run in
the playoffs came to a disappoint-
ing end Friday night when the Ho-
boes lost to rival Paxton 3-0 in the
regional semifinals.
The game marked the first time
the teams faced each other in both
the district, finals and a regional
contest. It also marked the end of
the classic small-school rivalry for
another year.
Laurel Hill finished the season
10-16, but the record doesn't do
justice to a team that struggled
while competing against larger
schools and fighting off a series of
injuries.
In the two weeks of the district
tournament and regional, Laurel
Hill posted a 3-2 record with both
losses coming to Paxton
The progress the Hoboes made
in just eight days was enough to get
anyone's attention.
A little more than a week after
being blanked 10-0 by Paxton in
the District 1-1A championship
game, Laurel Hill took the fight to
the Bobcats.
Paxton's Dan Geoghagan and
Colby Forehand combined to toss a


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Ethan Jackson pitched for the
Hoboes during their loss to Paxton in
the regional semifinals.

one-hitter. Jesse Crawford provid-
ed the offense going 2-for-3 with
two runs scored and one RBI.
But Laurel Hill sophomore pitch-
er Ethan Jackson matched Geogh-
agan batter-for-batter throughout
much of the game.
It will be up to Jackson to carry

See PLAYOFF B2


FHSAA doesn't

give the public

schools fair shake
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

When the Paxton baseball
team beat Laurel Hill 3-0 in
Class 1A regional semifinals
finals last Friday the Bobcats
earned the distinction of be-
ing the best 1A public school
in the state.
That's the good news. The
bad news is Paxton now gets
to travel to Jacksonville to
face No. 1 Eagle's View in the
region finals.
Adding insult to injury,
rather than a single-game
elimination, the regional
finals are a best-of-three se-
ries. Theteams will play a
doubleheader Friday and, if
needed, a third game Satur-
day. The winner of the series
will travel to Sarasota and

See FHSAA B3


BLEACHERS



MIDDLE SCHOOLS
The Davidson and Richbourg
baseball and softball teams
squared off against each other in
their respective season finales on
Monday at Davidson.
See a photo package from the
games in the May 13 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.

DARTS
Crestview Dart League
standings, from April 24
1ST DIVISION
Hit Men 90
Armegeddon 78
Jaguars 63 r
Dysfunctional Dogs 54

WEEKLY HIGH IN
John Haschek T30
Ellen Hashek 23

WEEKLY HIGH OUT
Adam Kelly 98
Ellen Hashek 40

SEASON HIGH IN
John Montford T60
Marie Bundrick 91

SEASON HIGH OUT
Ron Meyer T13
Ellen Hashek T26

MEN'S MVP POINTS & TONS
Ron Meyers, 201, 46; Steve
Hinrichs, 170, 34; John Montford,
167, 29; Ray Knudson, 165, 33;
Wayne Matlock, 161,30; Ken
Bundrick, 145, 30; D.J. Parker, 144,
29; Mark Benoit, 136, 21; Adam
Kelley, 134, 34; Bobby Gainey, 124,
19; Bob Duboise, 92,17; John
Hashek, 92, 14; Brooks Taylor,
86,12; Bob Brich, 77,16; Doug
Cooper, 73, 10; Mike Miller, 46, 7;
Andy Baxter, 11, 3.

WOMEN'S MVP POINTS & TONS
Ellen Hashek, 144,15; Marie
Bundrick, 53, 5.

2ND DIVISION
Scorpions 92
Who Darted 71.5
Point Of Punishment 66
Stars & Stripes 61
L.A.T.C. 50
Darty Minds 37
AL Riders 30

WEEKLY HIGH IN
Russel Carroll T02
Misty Forsythe T12

WEEKLY HIGH OUT
Bill Brumbaugh T15
Misty Forsythe 64

SEASON HIGH IN
Kevin Fitzgerald T54
Misty Forsythe T12

SEASON HIGH OUT
Phil Phillips T26
Judy Fitzgerald 92

MEN'S MVP POINTS & TONS
Rich Wesche, 175, 31;
Kevin Fitzgerald, 169, 32; Brian
Soals, 164, 22; Tom Pallone,
154, 24; Jonathan Burris, 142,
20; Bill Brumbaugh, 129, 18;
Jason Smith, 125, 17; Devin
Fitzgerald, 117, 23; Rodney
Brackett, 117, 13; Jack Miller,
104, 7; Kenny Blair, 92, 10; Al
Zimmerman, 86, 12; Phil Phillips,
85, 10; Walt Montford, 84, 8;
Russel Carroll, 82, 14; Johnaton
Haggard, 78, 22; Darryl Brooks,
76, 11; Paul Carney, 69, 7; Terry
Hindall, 65, 8; Lee Sterman, 64,
4; Aaron Zimmerman, 59, 9;
Gary Easterwood, 58, 9; John
Griffen, 49, 7; Dan Cowan, 48,
7; Harold Jackson, 31, 6; Ted
Glover, 28, 3; Rodney Lancaster,
12, 3; Billy Becknell, 8, 1; Russell
Chamberlain, 8, 4.

WOMEN'S MVP POINTS & TONS
Judy Fitzgerald, 153, 13;
Lydia Benoit, 80, 14; Jenny
Montford, 76, 16; Kristina Carroll,
75, 10; Misty Forsythe, 72, 4;
Ann Olszewski, 51, 2; Nicole
Jackson, 35, 3; Bea Spence, 33,
2; Donna Barbera, 29, 0; Jewel
Boutwell, 2, 0.

SPECIAL SCORES 2008
Steve Hinrich, T80, 28 Feb.;
D.J. Parker, T80, 06 Mar.;
Kenny Blair, T80, 06 Mar.; Ellen
Hashek, T80, 13 Mar.; Ray
Knudson, T80, 03 Apr.; Tom
Pallone, T80, 17 Apr.; Ron
Meyer, T80, 17 Apr.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Div. 1 High Ton - Bobby Gainey
T40, Ellen Hashek T17. Div. 2 High
Ton - Rich Wesche T34, Jenny
Montford T32.


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SPORTS


A Week Recap:
Photos by ANN SPANN / Crestview News Bulletin


What you've been

missing on the field


Shaan Parikh lines up his shot during the Richbourg-Davidson golf match.


Macey Caraway putts for Richbourg on the first hole at
Foxwood Country Club.


Davidson's Nick Woelfel in action against Richbourg.


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PRACTICES
continued from B1
"We are looking at
who will block and who
will tackle," he said. "We
want to see who runs the
football physical and who
takes care of the football.
We want to see who will
hit
"We will do a lot of one-
on-one, three-on-three and
goal-line tackling."
Once in pads, the prac-
tice sessions will get into
what will quickly become a
familiar routine: pre-prac-
tice warm-ups followed
by blocking and tackling
drills, skill periods aid
times working with the
full offensive and defin-
sive units.
It won't take the return-
ing varsity players long to
get used to things, but the
first few days will be an ad-
justment period for many
of the younger players.
"Things are going to be
a little bit faster than they
are used to," Brunson said.
"The main thing is they
can't shy away from con-
tact.
"They got stick it in
there and hit. They have to
show that they will hit."

How do you think the
Dawgs and Gators will do
during the 2008 season? Post
your thoughts at crestview-
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PLAYOFF
continued from B1
the torch on the mound for
the Hoboes for the next
two seasons.
"It all starts with pitch-
ing," Laurel Hill coach Ron-
nie Smith said. "I thought
Ethan pitched well, and
he's just a sophomore."
There is more good
news for Smith. The Ho-
boes only graduate four
players (Jon Lyons, Jace
Smith, Cory Becker and
Jeremy Henley), which
should bode well for the
future of the program.
S"The three years I've
been here, they've been
here with me," Smith said
of his senior class. "They
provided leadership all
year.
"They've just been real
good leaders. They've not
got down when things got
tough, and at times this
year things did get tough.
"They came in every
day and tried to get better.
They showed the young
guys what you have to do
to try and get better."
Smith is optimistic about
the future of Laurel Hill
baseball after a successful
postseason run that in-
cluded the program's first
playoff win since 1983.
"We've got some young
players and we expect: to
be there again next year,"
he said., "We got the taste,
and hopefully the hunger
will be where it needs: to
be.
"We'll come back out
here next year and work
our hinnies off and hope-
fully do what we need: to
do to win it."








AI~FliFDAY. MAY 7 .2008


SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Special to the News Bulletin


Baker motocross racer Jared Billingsley goes airborne during a run.


Local teen races for the big time


Special to the News Bulletin

A local boy is currently work-
ing toWard his biggest dream to
date - a spot at national moto-
cross championships.
Jared Billingsley, 17, of Bak-
er, has qualified for the South-
east Amateur Regional for both
the Loretta Lynn American Mo-
.torcycle Association Amateur
'National Championship and the
IPonca City National Motorcycle
'Grand National Championships.
"This is one of the top race formats
that an amateur can achieve in
motocross.
Billingsley must finish in the
top eight in regional competi-
tion to continue on to the Loretta
Lynn Nationals at Loretta Lynn
"Ranch in Hurricane Hills, Tenn.
'He must finish in the top 12 in re-
gional competition to advance to;
the Ponca City Grand Nationals in
"Ponca City, Okla.
Billingsley raced at Fast Track
MX Ranch in Cairo, Ga., during
the last weekend of April to qual-
ify for regional competition. He
achieved ninth place in MX Lites
125-250cc Modified Class and 1'th
place in the MX Lites 1'2,'-_0ncC
Stock Class. He will now- have
a qualifier spot for the regional
race at Muddy Creek M( Track


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Baker motocross racer Jared Billingsley maintains a good rhythm during a run.


in Blounteville, Tenn. on June 14-
15. He also has secured a spot to
attempt to qualify for the Ponca
City Grand Nationals on July 20-
26 in Oklahoma.
Billingsley is currently training
with' Chad Rager and team Moto-
Tech. The team is sending several
athletes to regional and then to
the championship finals.
Billingsley's home track is
Southern Motocross Associa-


tion at Oak Grove in Blackman,
where he rides for 090 Racing. He
is a junior at Baker School and
plans to go to University Technical
Institute/Motorcycle Mechanics
Institute in Orlando upon gradu-
ation in 2009. His proud parents
are Joe and Teresa Billingsley of
Baker.

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FHSAA continued from B1


the state semifinals.
I'm usually an
optimistic kind of guy.
I tend to see the glass
as half full and enjoy
the green grass on my
side of the fence. But
when it comes to the
Florida High School.
Athletic Association, I
become guardedly pes-
simistic.
From where I sit, the
FHSAA is all about one
thing - money. What
better way to make
a few extra bucks by
possibly stretching the
regional finals to two
days.
Never mind the
expenses involved to
schools already forced
to make budget cuts,
but that's another col-
umn for another day.
Other than the extra
money, there only seems
to be one reason for the
FHSAA pulling this rab-
bit out of the hat. It is
trying to assure that no
Laurel Hills or Paxtons
sneak into the final four.
In the one-game
sudden death format
the Bobcats stand a
chance against an Ea-
gle's View.
Maybe they can get
hot against a good
pitcher, or the bad
bounces will go their
way. But you can't ex-
pect that to happen in a
two-out-of-three.
Perhaps I'm making
the FHSAA's argument
for them. The very rea-
son to have a best-of-
three is to make sure the
best team wins.
Sadly, if that's
the case, it leaves
no room for the under-
dog to come out of no-
where and play for the
title.
To use the metaphor
from the movie Hoosiers,
it takes the Hickorys out
of the equation.
The FHSAA in a sense
has done that already by
forcing Class 1A and 2A
public schools to com-
pete with the private
schools.
The last time a Class
1A school won a base-
ball championship was


1982 when the old Er-
nest Ward High School
in Walnut Hill claimed
the title. The last time
a public school won a
Class 2A title was when
Pace took the champion-
ship in 1985. Back then
there were only four
classifications.
There hasn't been a
1A or 2A public school
state champion in
baseball since the
FHSAA went to six
classes in 1995. Unless
something is done to
change the current sta-
tus quo, a small public
school might not ever
win a championship
again.
The most obvious cul-
prit in all of this is the
easy access of private
schools to large popula-
tion segments in their
respective cities. The big
cities offer an ever-in-
creasing pool of talent,
not only in baseball, but
other sports. In plain
talk, there are more peo-
ple in a city block than a
country mile.
There has to be some
way to level the playing
field to give the kid in
Laurel Hill, Paxton or
Graceville the same
opportunity to realisti-
cally compete for a state
title.
Coaches I talk to
about various issues
seem to think fear of a
lawsuit is the biggest
.obstacle that keeps the
FHSAA from making
stricter rules concerning
student transfers and
related issues.
Maybe it's time
for the small public
schools to join forces
and file a lawsuit of
their own.
If the FHSAA won't
level the playing field,
maybe the court system
will.

News Bulletin Editor
Kyle Wright has a dif-
ferent take on the public
school vs. private school
debate in the "Passing
Shots" blog. Tell us who
you think is right by post-
ing a comment at crestview-
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Demonstration energizes Crestview's CHOICE classes


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

After watching a dem-
Sonstration of practical line-
:man's skills by CHEL-
CO engineers, several
Crestview High School
students realized their
post-graduation career
opportunities literally
could be up in the air.
As an engineer ma-
neuvered his cherry
picker bucket low over
a fence and settled it on
the ground near the kids,
CHELCO internal safety
consultant Tim Lamica
stressed the many safety
precautions employed
by the utility's workers.
The students were
part of the school's
CHOICE (Community
High Okaloosa Insti-
tutes for Career Educa-
tion) electrical, welding,
carpentry, and drafting
and engineering voca-


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
CHELCO internal safety consultant Tim Lamica (pink shirt)
describes safety equipment and procedures during the
company's demonstration for CHOICE students at CHS.


tional programs.
In addition to teach-
ers, CHS Principal Ed
Coleman and CHOICE
Construction Program
Specialist Matt Clark ob-
served Thursday's dem-
onstration.
"Every parent of a


ninth-grader wants their
child to go to college,"
Coleman said. "The real-
ity is, only 30-something
percent of the class will
go to college.
"So what are we do-
ing, as educators, to pre-
pare the rest of them?"


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As Crestview High CHOICE students observe, CHELCO linemen drill a hole in preparation
for installing a utility pole during a demonstration Thursday morning.


Coleman asked rhetori-
cally. "Here at Crest-
view High School, we're
doing everything.
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They're working and
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hole, install a utility pole,
and then hang a trans-
former from it, CHOICE
electrical teacher Ron


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Donny Fugate, CHEL-
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The Children in Crisis
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of prizes, food, services,
signs and support!
The tournament was
held last month at the
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show of support to our
kids living at the Chil-


Cathy Landroche / Special to the News Bulletin
Ken Hair, CIC Executive Director, presents the first place
trophy to the winning team of Mike Sapp, Mo Evans, Mark
Ketchum and Jim Grabo.


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I'd like to thanks the
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


techTalk Grand Theft Auto IV here to stay


Controversial game can
entertain - in the proper hands


By Greg Allen
Crestview News Bulletin

You may call me bi-
ased. You may say I'm
morally devoid of the
concepts required to make
a rational, kind-hearted
human being.
Whatever you may
say, I'll still believe Grand
Theft Auto IV is a superb
piece of interactive enter-
tainment.
The fourth true game
in the. Grand Theft Auto
(GTA for short) series, cre-
ated by Rockstar Games,
met American audiences
at midnight April 29.
Fans and newcomers of
the GTA series waited
outside local video game
retail stores to secure a
copy of one of the most
anticipated video games
'this year and to experience
a piece of controversial art
that would undoubtedly
leave a mark on American
history.
By midday Tuesday,
retailers reported GTA IV
charging to record-break-
ing goals in the quantity
of units sold. Analysts
projected stunning figures
to support the most suc-
cessful launch of a video
game ever.
There is no secret GTA
IV is successfully selling
and becoming a stapleof
entertainment history, like
the series' predecessors.
There is also no deny-
ing the game is causing an
uproar in organizations
and communities across
the nation.
GTA IV is rated M for


Mature, meaning the Elec-
tronic Software Ratings
Board, or ESRB, identified
the game to be suitable for
those 17 years of age and
older. The game features
plentiful violence, sexual
themes, morally difficult
choices and dialogue that
would make an inmate
blush.
The GTAseries has
always focused gameplay
and story lines on the
lowlifes of society. In fact,
GTA IV enjoys an overly
satirical approach to the
criminals, crime lords,
drug dealers and hit men
populating Liberty City,
the game's version of New
York City of years past.
GTA IV puts the player
into the role of Niko Bellic,
a Slavic soldier wishing to
leave a life of war crimes
and regret and immigrate
to a new peaceful exis-
tence in America, leaving
countless scars behind.,
However, as soon as Niko
arrives in Liberty City, he
is forced to use his talents
to save his cousin Roman
from a dangerous debt
to low-life criminals. The
game then throws Niko
into a reluctant life of
crime to save himself and
his cousin in the strange
land of America.
Unlike most who
would report on a game of
this nature, I have played
a good deal of GTA IV. The
game is a feat of masterful
storytelling and open-
ended gaineplay. Liberty
City is huge and breathing
with convincing city life,
from pedestrians who are


sometimes deep in con-
versation on a cell phone
to a constant flow of traffic
obeying the many laws-of-
the-road.
Characters who drive
the story of GTA IV are
rather generous with
obscenities. Some of the
most colorful four-letter
words litter the dialogue.
However, each character
is exaggerated into such a
strong stereotype that each
encounter is amusing. No
real person could be as
lewd and deserve to be
a functioning member of
society.
Once you meet the
game's many locals, you
come to realize the game's
emphasis on exaggeration
and satire. The conse-
quences for criminal acts
in such an open world
are meager, often only
draining your wallet by
half a grand of your hard-
earned, but plentiful cash.
This realization helps
bring the core gameplay
into .focus.
On the streets of Liberty
City, you are able to sin-
gularly set the city into an
uproar where ultimately
S.W.A.T. teams and even
the army will try to bring
you to justice. Or you may
simply sit and enjoy pro-
gramming on the hilarious
in-game radio stations or
equally amusing television
stations. Your involvement
with the citizens of the city
streets is your choice.
The main game is
divided into missions of-
fered by the many crime
lords, drug dealers and
small-time crooks that
populate Liberty City.
Some missions are as sim-
ple as driving a character


from one point in the city
to another. Other missions
can get quite nasty when
you are asked to "take
out" the corrupt boss and
his goons. Sometimes just
scaring a bad guy into
fleeing will result in a suc-
cessful mission as well.
The main appeal to the
GTA gameplay has always
been expansive open-
ended options. To reach a
goal the player can steal
a parked or occupied car
with risk of being spotted
by police, travel on foot,
or even hail a taxi and let
the cabbie do all the driv-
ing himself. The player
also can work on compli-
cated relationships with
local women in various
professions that may ben-
efit the player. Interaction
with reputable, yet thug-
gish small-time crooks
can open new avenues of
gameplay for the player.
Your in-game acquain-
tances often will expect
you to call them up for a
night of recreation or, if
they are'bored, will ask
that you drive them to a
local hangout. Destina-
tions for fraternizing in- -
clude bowling alleys, bars,
restaurants and even strip
clubs. The latter are very
provocative and don't


leave much to the imagi-
nation.
The game does allow
the player to make more
dastardly decisions. While
nearly pointless, killing
pedestrians and even po-
lice anywhere in Liberty
City can always invoke a
moral twinge on the play-
er. But the game is easier
to play without the police
on your heels, so leaving
society to its own devices
is often the best route to
take.
To summarize, GTA IV
is a hugely open-ended
game often dubbed as a
staple of the "sandbox"
genre of video games -
an open world with end-
less possibilities.
I've been overly de-
scriptive about both the
appeals of the game and
the mature aspects to offer
a point of reference to any
potential buyers.
This game is not for
children. The legal rating
system actually forbids
the game to be purchased
by anyone under the age
of 17.
Many parents still have
not realized the efforts of
the ESRB to place power
of discretion in caregivers'
hands.
As I played the game
and progressed pretty
decently into the plot,
I can personally vouch
that no underage minor
should be allowed access
to this game. Therefore,
parents, the responsibil-
ity is yours. You hold
the keys to any child's
involvement with this
game, which was never
intended for any child in
the first place.
Though organizations


like M.A.D.D. - Mothers
Against Drunk Driving -
may try to convince re-
tailers to stop selling the
game, free speech ensures
the game has as much
right to sit on a store shelf
as other countless forms
of violent media in the
forms of music and mov-
ies.
GTA isn't meant for all
households. Any player
should realize the game
is not an exercise in moral
delinquency, but an at-
tempt to bring a new take
on mass media to those
with enough wits to
know that the game is a
gross exaggeration of a
satirical world.
The powers of media
reporting may pursue
ideas that such a "morally
lacking" game will cor-
rupt the American youth,
but remember the ideals
of American society leave
the guidance and teach-
ing of a child in the hands
of parents and guardians.
Extreme measures have
been in place for many
years to keep inappropri-
ate material out of the
hands of minors, but the
real power to control any
substance, whether it be
entertainment or drugs,
lies with you.
GTA IV is here to stay
and entertain those for
whom it was meant. Take
this advice and keep it
from the eyes, ears and
hands too innocent to un-
derstand.

Have you played Grand
.Theft Auto IV? Are you
trying to keep it out of the
hands of your teen? Share
your thoughts on the game
at crestviewbulletin.com


Crestview's Young Professionals Committee announces May meeting


Special to the News Bulletin

The Professional and In-
spired Leaders of Tomor-
row (PILOT), the young
professionals committee
of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce,
will hold its next meeting
at noon on Monday. The
group meets monthly at
The Wild Olive restaurant
in Crestview.
The featured speaker
for the May meeting is Sa-
brina McLaughlin, Direc-
tor of Decisions at Insight
Marketing Communica-
tions. McLaughlin, who


is accredited in public re-
lations, is well-known for
her award-winning public
relations program devel-
opment, copywriting and
creative projects. Her work
has been recognized by
the American Advertising
Federation, the Southern
Public Relations Federa-
tion and the Florida Pub-
lic Relations Association.
In 2006, McLaughlin was
named as one of Florida
Trend Magazine's "Young
Guns," a prestigious list of
young professionals who
are helping shape busi-
ness in Florida.


The meeting is open to
anyone age 21 to 41 who
is interested in becoming
a part of the new com-
mittee. Lunch is $15 and
reservations are required
by May 8. Reservations
can be made by calling the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce at 682-3212.
For further information,
contact the chamber office
or visit www.crestview-
chamber.com.
The PILOT committee
is focused on offering lead-
ership and professional
development, education
and networking opportu-


nities to those working in
the Crestview area. The
group also provides mem-
bers with ways in which
they can help strengthen
the community by partici-
pating in civic and philan-
thropic activities.

Other Chamber
activities
* The Military Affairs
Committee will meet May
13 at the Eglin Air Arma-
ment Center for an envi-
ronmental tour of Eglin
Air Force Base.
* The Governmental


Affairs Committee will
meet 8 a.m. May 27 at the
chamber. Crestview Fire
Chief Joe Traylor is sched-
uled to speak.
The committee an-
nounced it will sponsor


a local candidates fo-
rum Aug. 24 at Foxwood
Country Club in advance
of the primary election.
For information on
chamber activities, call
682-3212.


Showbiz Tan part of D-Feat Breast Cancer campaign


Special to the News Bulletin

Showbiz Tan, with a
location in Crestview, is
taking part in a North
American effort to fund
the continuation of re-
search that shows vi-
tamin D deficiency is
strongly linked to a sig-
nificantly elevated risk of
breast cancer.
The campaign - called
D-Feat Breast Cancer -
is supported by patrons
of the professional in-
door tanning community


SUNLIGHT: HELPFUL OR HARMFUL?
A Unr.ersity of COslo research learn ihi oWed t-hs ,*ear that
10 limes as man., cancers are pre',enrited by the .ilamiln D
generated fror regular sun exposure than are caused by
,l.,erexposure to the sun Tnose figures likely are uni:leres-
tin-iated The aulthorrs didl: not diiererntiate non-i-burring from
Lburning le.'els ol Isun ex:p-o-ure - a confounding ristakre
dustedd tCr this error, the benefit-ti-rislk ration of regular
non-burning UV exposure could be niuch greater


across North America.
Indoor tanners are being
asked to donate $1 to $5
to support breast cancer
research. The campaign


is scheduled to run until
the end of May.
"The public deserves
fully funded vitamin D
research, and we are do-


ing our part," said Mitch
Newton, owner of Show-
biz Tan.
Why vitamin D and
breast cancer research?
Breast cancer is the lead-
ing cause of cancer death
in North American wom-
en today. In 2008 there will
be 200,000 new breast can-
cer cases discovered in the
United States and Canada,
and 45,000 women will die
from this disease - about
45 times more than will
die from non-melanoma
skin cancer.


Project's goal is to teach children how to save money


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa $aves
Coalition has aan-
nounced the 5th Teach
Children to Save pro-
gram. Area youth 18 and
under are encouraged to
set a savings goal and
make a deposit into a
new or existing savings
account. This will qualify
them for a drawing that
will award six $100 sav-
ings bonds in August.
Okaloosa $aves began
this program in 2004.
During that time, 644
youth have deposited
$56,186.39 into savings
accounts at local finan-


cial institutions. Twenty-
four $100 savings bonds
have been awarded in
random drawings of
young savers.
There are ten local
banks and credit unions
participating in "Teach
Children to Save." You
can find entry forms and
more information avail-
able at:

*'Bancorp South
* Beach Community
Bank
* CCB Community
Bank
* Eglin Federal Credit
Union
* First City Bank


* First National Bank
of Crestview
* Okaloosa County
Teachers Credit Union
* Premier Community
Bank
* Regions Bank
* Vanguard Bank.

SSix $100 savings bonds
will be awarded, donated
by NEW Customer Ser-
vice Companies, Inc.
"We encourage youth
to learn financial skills.
Along with the other par-
ticipating institutions, we
want young members to
know the budgeting skills
they learn now will ben-
efit them for a lifetime,"
V*


says Eglin Federal Credit
Union President Phipps
McGee.
For additional informa-
tion on Okaloosa $aves or
this project, visit http://
okaloosasaves.org or call
689-5850 or 729-1400, ext.
5850. Okaloosa Saves is
part of the national ini-
tiative America Saves
http://americasaves.org.
This program sup-
ports the national "Teach
Children to Save Day"
sponsored by the Ameri-
can Bankers Association
Education Foundation,
National Credit Union
Youth Week and Finan-
cial Literacy Month.


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Open This Weekend!
Friday & Saturday 10 - 8

Dine-in or Take-out
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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


Okaloosa County airport head touts Sikes Airport


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A packed conference
room at the Crestview
Area Chamber of Com-
merce greeted Okaloosa
County Airport Direc-
tor Greg Donovan and
his staff Thursday .after-
noon.
Area leaders and more
than 30 contractors and


residents gathered for
the chamber's monthly
Airport Committee meet-
ing.
The news they heard
about Bob Sikes Airport
was nothing but posi-
tive.
"I cannot tell you how
much a jewel this airport
is," Donovan said. "Most
people in the business
community do not know


about it."
For the first time,
Donovan said, his staff is
preparing to market the
airport to regional, state
and national business.
Plans already in the
works include develop-
ment of a Web site for the
facility.
Printed marketing
materials are also in de-
velopment. For the first


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time, the airport will
be exhibiting at the Na-
tional Business Aviation
Association's convention
and other industry trade
shows.
A video production
crew specializing "in
general aviation (that is,
non-commercial) airports
will be shooting scenes
for a marketing video in
Crestview.
Donovan updated the
community leaders and
business representatives
on airport improvements
and developments.
With the expiration of
Sunshine Aero's 30-year
lease, the airport is ad-
vertising for Fixed Base
Operator (FBO) services.
"This is in no way a
reflection on Sunshine
Aero," Donovan said,
praising the operator's
performance. Sunshine
is one of three compa-
nies so far interested in
bidding for the contract.
A request for proposals
will be advertised later
this month.
"We want to really
increase the public ame-
nities that are in there,"
Donovan said. Services
he wants to see enhanced
or added include flight
instruction facilities and
an upgraded fuel tank
Sfarm.
"There is great poten-
tial for developing a gen-
eral aviation terminal at
Bob Sikes Airport," Don-
ovan also stressed.
Donovan said the win-
ning bidder must have
a strong plan for capital
-improvements.
"The airport. is the
front door to your com-
munity and we want to
have a good impression
for business," he de-
clared.

Other airport news:
* Bids will open May 8
for the second half of the
runway rehabilitation.


The total project cost is
expected to be $8 million.
"It's not just an overlay,"
Donovan explained.
* Contrary to rumor,
the county is not build-
ing any hangars, Dono-
van stressed. However, to
prepare infrastructure for
private development of
new hangars, the airport
will prepare the site for a
possible 13 new hangars.
* Work began May 1
on finishing out the office
and crew quarters for the
onsite fire station.
"It's a win-win for the
airport to have a fire com-
ponent on site," Donovan
said.
* A 12-acre obstruction
removal project will begin
in June to remove trees
that have grown into the
flight approaches, affect-
ing some of the Instru-
ment Landing System
function.
* Nine out of 19 parcels
in the airport's Industrial
Park have already been
sold.
* Research has begun
to market the airport to
the air cargo industry.
"One of the ideas they
are floating is application
for a foreign trade zone
designation," Donovan
said, to an eager response
from the attendees.
"We will need help
from the business com-
munity," Donovan said.
"It is not a simple applica-


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Around the area
During the question-
and-answer period after
his presentation,, Dono-
van expressed a degree
of frustration with claims
that commercial flights
from the Okaloosa Re-
gional Airport are too ex-
pensive.
"I've been a little irri-
tated quite honesty about
'it's always cheaper to fly
out of someplace else.'
That's not always true,"
Donovan said.
Several audience mem-
bers, including one who
recently booked a flight
to Europe, supported
Donovan's comments,
asserting that after shop-
ping around, they found
good airfare deals out of
the local airport.
Donovan assured
the group that he and
his staff are constantly
working to bring more
carriers, including low-
cost airlines, to the
area.
"Having five airlines
for a community our size
and with the competi-
tion along the Gulf Coast
is pretty impressive," he
said.
However, low-cost
carriers are suffering
due to high fuel costs
and are not eager to ex-
pand their operations,
Donovan said.'






'Fore Women'
Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce, along with the Wal-
ton Area, Fort Walton Beach and
Panama City Beaches Chambers of
Commerce announce the Athena
"Fore Women" Golf Tournament
May 19 at the Santa Rosa Golf and
Beach Club, presented by Ham-
mock Bay and Destin Jet.
Proceeds-from the tournament
will benefit the Athena Interna-
tional Award program for the
Northwest Florida Gulf Coast and
the founding of the Athena Schol-
arship Program for Women.
In addition to individual entry
fees, there are multiple levels of
sponsorship available. Please re-
spond quickly as sponsorships are
limited.
Details: Stephanie Baggett at
682-3212 or via e-mail, sbaggett@
crestviewchamber.com.

Rigsby new president
Dr. Randy Rigsby was installed
as president of the Florida Associa-
tion of Orthodontists at the annual
meeting in Tampa. FAO is a non-
profit organization of 557 orthodon-
tists. Dr. Rigsby was also appointed
as director from the FAO to serve on
the Board of Directors of the South-
ern Association of Orthodontists.
He is a member of the American
Association of Orthodontists, the
American Dental Association and
the Florida Dental Association.
Certified by the American
Board of Orthodontics, Dr. Rigsby
received his dental degree from the
University of Florida and orthodon-
tics training from Emory University.
He opened his private practice in
Pensacola in 1990 and has a satellite
office in Crestview.

Veterans Career Expo
JobsPlus is hosting a job fair
with employment seminars and
veterans benefit information
Wednesday, June 4 at the Crest-
view Community Center, 1446
Commerce Drive, Crestview.
The seminar lasts from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. For more information,
call JobsPlus Veteran Services from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday at 689-7823 or 833-7587.
Auxiliary aids and services
are available upon request to indi-
viduals with disabilities. The Tele-
communications Relay Services is
using TTY/TDD equipment vial
the Florida Relay System at 711.


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Legal # 100369
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION CASE
NO. 08-CA-333
DAVID A RUSSELL,
Plaintiff
vs.
THOMAS R. SCHMITT,
Defendant.

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)Box 1238 Crestview, vs Legal #120033 LEGAL #120036 33622-5018
AMENDED NOTICE Florida 32536, on or be- SARA OLIVEIRA, et.al. IMPORTANT
S OF ACTION fore May 26, 2008 and Defendants. MINTER SMITH A/K/A IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT IMPORTANTce
n file. the original with the MINTER SMITH, JR., et COURT OF THE FIRST COURT OF THE FIRST Americans with isabii
TO: THOMAS R clerk of this court either NOTICE OF ACTION al, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Americans with Disabili-
rs SCHMITT before service on the Defendant(s). FLORIDA IN AND AND FOR ties , r with dis
Residence unknown Plaintiff;s attorney or im- TO: SARA OLIVERIA FOR OKALOOSA OKALOOSA aommites needing special
ing mediately thereafter; oth- Whose residence is NOTICE OF ACTION COUNTY CASE NO. COUNTY FLORID accommodation to partic-
ies LAST KNOWN MAILING erwise a default will be 8058 HEIRLOOM DR 2007-CA-000023-C CWIL ACTION CASE pa ontacts proceeding
/ ADDRESS entered against you for PENSACOLA, FL. 32514 TO: MINTER SMITH CIVI ON CASE should contact Court A
ts THOMAS R. SCHMITT the relief demanded in & 418 6VERSTREET A/K/A MINTER SMITH WELLS FARGO BANK, 46-2008-CA-1069-S inistration at 101 James
3368 Lakeshore Drive the complaint or petition. DRIVE DESTIN, FL, JR. N.A., - DMSION LE Lee ouevar ast, res-
,'3C.1 "-.- DIVIS~IONl: FILE NOl,.: ..�.... o l5-'vads. s~Sl .


Chipley, F1. 32428
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on
the following real prop-
erty located in Okaloosa
Florida:
Commencing at the
Northwest corner of Sec-
tion 16, T2N, R25W,
Okaloosa county, Flor-
ida, thence East 491.38
feet; thence South
4666.79 feet to point of
beginning; thence S 17
degrees 28'24" E a dis-
tance of .436.77 feet;
thence N 69 degrees
51'36" E a distance of
102.06 feet thence N
17 degrees 26'24" W a
distance of 436.77 feet;
thence S 69 degrees
51'36" W a distance of
100 feet to point of be-
ginning Lot 41 of an un-
recorded subdivision.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, 'if any
to it on BEN L. HOLLEY
plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is Post Office


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DATED this 17th day of
April, 2008.
DON W HOWARD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
By:Kirn Bouhall
Deputy Clerk
04/23/08
04/30/08
05/07/08
05/14/08


JZ341-UUU
TO: ANDRE GLOVASKI
Whose residence is:
8058 HEIRLOOM DR.
PENSACOLA FL. 32514
& 418 OVERSTREET
DRIVE DESTIN, FL
32541
If alive, and if dead,all
parties claiming interest
by, through, under or
against SARA OLIVEIRA
ANDRE GLOVASKI and
all parties having or


Legal # 100376 claiming to have any
right, tiTle ot interest in
IN THE CIRCUIT the property described
COURT OF THE FIRST herein.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
FOR OKALOOSA an action for Foreclosure
COUNTY CASE NO.: of Mortgage on the fol-
07CA5890 lowing described prop-
erty:
WELLS FARGO BANK ,
N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR LOT 6, BLOCK 4
CARRINGTON MORT- EASTWOOD NINTH AD-
GAGE LOAN TRUST EDITION ACCORDING
SERIES 2006-NC1' TO MAP OR PLAT
ASSET-BACKED PASS THEREOF AS RECORDED
THOUGH CERTIFI- IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE
CATES 133 OF THE PUBLIC
Plainti., RECORDS OF
nt'f, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
vs. FLORIDA.


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a/k/a 418 OVERSTREET
DRIVE DESTINY, FL.
32541-000
has been filed against
ou and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Carline Mildor,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 2901
Stirling Road, Suite 300
Fort Lauderdale Florida
33312 on or before May
15, 2008, and file the
original with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default
will be enteredagainstt
you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint.
WITkESS my hand and
the seal of this Court this
3 day of April, 2008.
Don W.Howard
As clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
A copy of this Notice of
Action, Complaint and Lis
Pendens were sent to the
defendants and address
named above.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than seven(7
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact ITDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
This is an attempt to
collect a debt. Any
information ob-
tained will be used
for that purpose.
04/30/08
05/07/08

Legal # 100379
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACfION CASE
NO.: 46 2008 CA
1607 C DIVISION:
FILE NO.:F08019247
CITIBANK, NA, AS
TRUSTEE FOR BEAR
S T E A R N S
ASSET-BACKED SECURI-
TIES 2007-2,
Plaintiff,


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 2492 S. LAKE-
VIEW DRIVE
CRESTVIEW, FL. 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: JACQUELINE M.
SMITH
2492 S. LAKEVIEW
DRIVE CRESTVIEW, FL.
32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES
GRANTEES, OI
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 8, BLOCK 3,
LAKE SILVER FIRS
ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 185,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, ifan
on or before June 1
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's ttorne, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa Florida
33634,a and file the
original with this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereater; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand, and
the seal of this Court on
this 1 day of May, 2008.
Don. W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty SIMS
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with Amer-
icans with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties needing special ac-
commodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ac-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL. 32536-3515;
t ee p hone
850-689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding, or Shalimar
50-651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad
ministration at 1250 N.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
FF 32579; telephone
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/07/08
05/14/08


Plaintift, ' - -F08012wF 26Q


CYNTHIA THOMPSON
et. al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated April 23,
2008, and entered in
Case No.
2007CA000023C, of
the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit in
and for Okaloosa
County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK
N.A. is a Plaintiff and
TERRY B WALLEN AS
SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE
OF THE THOMAS
GEORGE MASTEL TRUST
DATED DECEMBER 22
1998 A RECOVABLE
LIVING TRUST' UN-
KNOWN BENEFICIAR-
IES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES ASSIGN-
EES LIENORS CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY THROUGH UN-
DER OR AGAINST OF
THE THOMAS GEORGE
MASTEL TRUST DATED
DECEMBER-22, 1998, A
RECOVABLE LIVING
TRUST; CYNTHIA
THOMPSON; KEITH
THOMPSON; are the De-
fendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder
for cash at Okaloosa
County Courthouse South
front door, 101 E. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview- FL;
at 11:00A.M. on May
22, 2008, the following


HSBC BANK USA,
NATIONAL ASSOCI-
ATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KAREN BUSHMAN,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KAREN
BUSHMAN
LAST, KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 8275
HABERSHAM WATERS
ROAD ATLANTA, GA
30350-3713
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN '
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWIN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
iFng rperty in
iKALOJSA " County,
Florida:


described property as set CONDOMINIUM
forth in said Final Judg- UNIT NUMBER
ment, to wit: A-405 SANDESTIN
YACHT CLUB AC-
LOT 5 BLOCK C CORDING T6 THE
SOUTHVIEW ESTATES DECLARATION OF
PHASE II, ACCORDING CONDOMINIUM
TO THE PLAT THEREOF THEREOF RECORDED
ON FILE ON PLAT IN OFFICIAL RECORD
BOO 11, PAGES 64 BOOK 1266 PAGE
AND 5, IN THE OFFICE 891, AND AMENDED
IF THE CLERK OF CIR- BY DOCUMENT RE-
CUlT COURT CORDED IN OFFICIAL
OKALOOSA COUNTY, RECORD BOOK
FLORIDA. A.P.N. #: 2131 PAGE 1283,
05-2N-23-2323- OF TIE PUBUC REC-
000C-0050 ORDS OF
S OKALOOSA
Any person claiming an COUNTY FLORIDA
interest in the surplus TOGETHER WITH AN
from the sale, if any, UNDIVIDED INTEREST
other than the property IN THE COMMON EL-
owner as of the date of EMENTS IF ANY, AP-
the lis pendens must file a p U R f E N A N T
claim within 60 days af- THERETO, SUBJECT
ter the sale. TO AND IN ACCORD-
ANCE WITH THE
DON W. HOWARD COVENANTS CON-
As Clerk of the Court EDITIONS RESTRIC-
By: Kitty Sims TIONS, TiERMS AND
As Deputy Clerk OTHER PROVISIONS
acted this 24 day of OF SAID DECLARA-
April 2008 TION.
IMP6RTANT w has been filed against
In accordance with the ou and you are required
Americans with Disabili- o serve a copy of your
ties Act, persons needing writtendefenses if an
a reasonable accommo- on or before June 1
nation to participate in 2008, on Florida Defaul
this proceeding should Law Group, P.L,
no later than seven i Plaintiff's attorney, whose
days prior, contact the address is 9119 Corpo-
Clerk of the Court's disa- rate Lake Drive, Suite
ability coordinator at 300 Tama,Florida
8506517497, 1250 N 33654 and file the origi-
EGLIN PARKWAY SUITE nal with this Court either
Al 14 SHALIMAR FL before service on
32579. If hearing im- Plaintiff's attorney or im-
aired, contact ITD) mediately there ter; oth-
8009558771 via Fforida erwise a default will be
Relay System. entered against you for
the relief demanded in
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA., the Complaint or petition.
Attorneys for Plaintiff This notice shall bepub-
2901 Stirling Road, Suite lashed once each week
300' Fort Lauderdale, for two consecutive
Floria 33312 Telweeks in the Crestview
phone: (305)77-4100; News Bulletin. WITNESS
Fax: (305)653-2329 my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 1 day
04/30/0 of May, 2008.
OUJ/ nJ/ / LJU


Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


Don W Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group P.L. P.O. Box
250 Tampa, Florida


Siberian Husky s puppies
$500. 1 male 3 females
re . and first shots.
39 -8447 .

Three happy, healthy
male pym eoats 2-3
mos. bold $ 0. eash
850-652-4162.

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vlew, I L, JZ)JU-J I1 --
telephone number I 2110
(850)689-5000, Exten- Female Dudley Yellow
sion 7497, prior to the Lab 1 yr.old, all shots,
proceedin or Shalimar been fixed, great w/kids
850)651-7497 needs a good home due
.IMPORTANT to family moving. Will in-
IMPORTANT clude crate & supplies.
In accordance with the Call 817-793-545
Americans with Disabili- Call 817
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities. needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding 2130
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N. --
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar, g l i l
F, 32579, telephone ll
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. Baby Goats, Pygmy &
Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-
05/07/2008 enees ups. Takin de-
05/14/2008 posits. 850-537-8207

Certified Farrier
STaking New Clients,
< Gated Horses Therapeu-
I 1110 | tic Shoeing. Disease .In-
ury & Neglect. Cometi-
ive RatesI Call
. ,TnA Lewandowski Horse
Nf1W I100 Shoeing (850)340-1359


WhyEat Out
WhyE9Out .y I


on oaturaay?
When you can actually
dine to the smooth
Piano Sound of Jordan
Colclasure every Satur-
day night May 9th thru
June 7th at Coach N
Four Steakhouse on
John King Road.
Crestview's only Restau-
rant with Live Piano
Music.




EARRING found during
yard sale Sat. May 3.


IPS &T$ ANIMUS
2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials


2100
Austrian Sheperd mixed
w/ Porter Collie 4
months old good with
kids, ver friendly
w/bowl and leash $50.
902-6577
Get Hook, round, &
Tapeworms. Rotate
Happy Jack tapeworm
tablets and Liqui-Vict@.
OKALOOSA
GRAIN FEED
STORE
682-9333
www.happyjackinc.com


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


All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we bu antiques, Call
689-1007









120 Base AccordioW
White pearl wl
black keys
$600

902-7525


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TIME LOST IS BRAIN LOST.




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CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


- 3110 3230
Ron's Appliance & Crestview
Parts open 8am-6pm, Huge Yard Sale
Mon-ri. 8-1 Sat. Appli- Ma Yard
dance parts, appliance re- 7am - 2pm
Pair. 215 -N. Mai 114ArapahoTrl.
treat Call689-1007 Video chaircoffee table,
After hours 305-8515 cloths, and crafts..

Crestview
LEE FARMS
3130 a SUBDIVISION
Estate Auction, Sat., 2153 Hagood Loop
May 17th, 1 am. Saturday May 10th &
655+/- acres - divided. Sunday, May 11th-
Webster Co., GA. Hunt- 6:30am-10:30am- Satur-
ing, fishing, hardwoods, day & 7am-10am-Sunday
cropbases, homesites. West on HWY 90; right
10%BP; on Lee Farm Blvd.; right
GAL AU-002594 at 2nd stop sign; 4th
RowellAuctions.com house on the right
(800)323-8388. Kid's clothing, toys for
boys and girls; men and
Women's nothing; home
RNITRE! deco, other great odds
and end3220. All must g
Couch & Love se navy res view Fam
blue and gold, like new, Multi Family
$350. old style China Charity Garage
Cabinet $175.. Gale
682-0283 ' 146 Palmetto Dr.
Sat. 6 until ?
Crestview
3230 Multi-Family
Baker Yard Sale
Huge Estate Sale May 10
Beaver Creek Stables 7am- 12pm
Sat. & Sun. May 10- 11 Crestview Community
Saddles Bridles Blan- Bank (next to McDonald s
kets, Saddle Racks Show on North 85.1
Equipment, Winter Cheer Zone Rockets com-
Blankets Fencing- Hun- petiton teams will be
dreds of thins all horse holding a Rummage
owners needle Also An- Sale bake sale and car
tiques: Sickles, Pie Safes, wash.
Ice Boxes & more. See at
190 Peaden Bridae Rd. Crestview
Baker Fl 850-537-2785/ SUPER SIDE-
Call Kay for directions. WALK SALE
Sat May 10th
Crestview 8am- 2m


Yard Sale
May 10
7am- until
Hwy. 85 North
across from Northview
Plaza.
Pentecostals of Baker
-Church Fund raiser Craft
sale quilt' raffles,
hotdogs, to much to list.
Crestview
3 FAMILY YARD
SALE
Sat. May 3rd, 8A.M.- Un-
til, 182 John Kina Rd.
Rugs, Comforters, Dishes,
Patio Furn. Cushions, Pic-
tures, Christmas Lights,
Material Patterns, ac-
uum 'Cleaner, Micro-
wave, Living Room Suit,
Kids Cloties & Toys. Too
much to List, don't miss
this onel
-Crestview
4-Family Yard
Sale
Sat. May 10
8A.M.-12Noon, 2880
Wisteria Ave. (Off
Farmer St.) Cancel if
rains, .No early birds
please Something for
everyone, too much to
list.
Crestview
Everything
Goes!
Inside Yard Sale
Fri & Sat 8am - ?
387 Brackin St.
-Housewares, keyboards,
.furniture, books, refriger-
,,ator, washer & dryer,
,,bedspreads, pictures,
-and too much to listll
-Crestview
Gigantic Yard
Sale
Sat. 8 until ?
Household items & lots
more I /
3018 Colonial
Circle
off of Monterrey
.Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Open This
Week, 9:30!
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything V2 off!
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
March 29th 8am-12pm
Vanguard Bank Norfh
Crestview Branch 1139
Industrial Drive. Hosted
by Certified Manufactur-
ing Inc. Clothes, Toys,
Furn., Too much to list.
,All Proceeds to benefit
Relay For Life.


Downtown Main Street.
Yard sale items, crafts,
produce, vendors! Open
o the public. 689-1007
Crestview
Yard Sale
Heritae Hills
5333 Constitution Rd. off
Hwy 90 Sat. 8am-? Furni-
ture, kids stuff, etc.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. May 10
7am-12pm
515 Tikell Dr.
TV'S, game cube, com-
puters, car seats,
pack-n-play, clothes, toys,
etc.
Holt
Fri & Sat 7am-?
Baby items, furniture,
clothing and more.
4601 Durbin Ln
7 miles west of Creslview
on Hwy 90, directly
across the street from Lou-
isiana Pacific.
Holt
Yard Sale
Fri. 9th & Sat 10
7am - until
Habarn Rd. & Hwy
Rain or shine.
To much to list.




NOW OPEN
DeFuniak Springs Flea
Market 2674 Hwy 90 E.
Vendors booths are filling
up fast Call to reserve
Debra 850-687-9863

TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-'
der. 6 43 C Jackie
682-4305


3300
6'4" Fish surfboard
shaped by Watercooled.
Please call 850
698-6334
Coleman . Powermate
Generator 5,000 watt
$400. also Sears 2 HP
220 volt compressor
$150. 1-888-237-3165
Colect up to $250/wk
of Unemployment
Insurance If you are un-
employed and haven't
filed a claim we can as-
sist you today. Start col-
lecting Unemployment
Insurance by calling
(800)582-87611


i B3300
Dirt Bike, $35. Bolen
i id


LUWII
little,


4100d
Bldg'Const/Skilled Trade


$45. 682-0365 Now accepting applica-
___________ tions for welding posi-
tions. Aply in person at
aK 3741 New Ebeneezer
f Rd in Laurel Hill, FLDrug
* free workplace EOE


Don't donate what you
can sell We buy it ALL!
Cars, furniture, yard sale
items, clothes. 305-1258


NEW TODAY
For Sale- A deep well
450 Gallon Pressurized
Tank good condition.
$395. Call
850-585-8192
Furniture, tools, TV'S
households items (dishes,
sheet etc.) patio fireplace
537-3064


NEW TODAY
RV Lot, lare,wooded on
private lot.' 125. month


3310
Small refrig. Runs well
40. FecTders AC
12,000 BTU. works
good $100 682-7316.


3320


NEW TWOAY

DAYLILLIES!
$2.50 Sat. Mornings
@ Crestview Farmers
Market/Old Spanish
Trail Park. Other plants
starting at $1.00



1 3340
Colt 1924 "New Serv-
ice" in display case
$ 1 , 0 0 0c .
1-88823'-3165







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


4100


NEW TODAY
Accounting/Finance
FINANCIAL
OFFICER
FT position for large law
firm in Okaloosa County
office. Strong bookkeep-
ing, computer proficiency
and QuickBooks experi-
ence required. Law firm
experience and PC Law
Sofware experience pre-
ferred. Management
skills and billing experi-
ence helpful. Salary com-
mensurate with experi-
ence. Email resumes'to
pchaplin@cricpa.com.
Web id #27805522


NEW TODAY
Construction/Trades
Hiring Qualified
Electricians &
Apprentices
for projects at Eglin AFB,
Hurlburt Field & Crest-
view. Paid 1 week vaca-
tion & 5 holidays per
year. Qualified personnel
earn up to $20 per hour.
Apply at Henderson Elec-
tric 648-3A Anchors St
NW, FWB FL. 32548
(856) 243"2223 EOE.
Web ID#27805741
Construction/Trades
HVAC Tech
Training!
Heat up your
Career!
No exp. needed. Get na-
tionally certified in 3
wks... ocal job place-
ment asst. Financing
available. Classes start
nowl 877-994-9904
Construction/Trades
Labor Position
Outside work. PT.
537-3615
Electricians
Minimum 3 years exp.
Commercial, Residential,
Service. Excellent Pay,
best benefits. Career Op
portunity. 850-837-8474


NEW rooAY
Food Service
Manager,
Quiznos
N. Crestview. Please call
Jim 758-8226 Iv msa.
Web ID #27805632
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL,? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Traininq.
1-866-280-5309
Logistics/Transportation
Training Director
Attention Retired Military:
National' Truck Driver
Training group seeks in-
dividuals with training
background for Training
Director position. Must
have Clas A CDL & mini-
mum 3 years driving ex-
perience, aood driving
record and H/S diploma.
Excellent Pay & Benefits.
Please call David
1-800-370-7364
Mechanic
Wise Equipment is look-
ing for a full-time
Exp.mechanic. Apply in
person at Wise Equip-
ment 1147 S. Ferdon
Blvd. Creslview. Druf free
workplace


4130
100 WORKERS
NEEDED
Assemble crafts, wood
items. Materials pro-
vided. To $480+/wk.
Free information pkg. 24
Hr 801-4284649


Awesome First Jobll
Administrative/Clerical Now hiring, motivated
sharp individuals to work
FT Medical and travel entire USA.
Receptionist Paid training. Transporta-
Soeeptionist tion, lodging furnished.
with outgoing personality Call today Start tomor-
for busy office, Phone row.(877)646-5050.
work, scheduling, handle
patient payments, com- CDL-A Drivers: Ex-
puter literate, experience pending Fleet offering Re-
refered, Fax Resume to gional/OTR runs. Out-
50-423-1313 standing Pay Package.
-- - Excellent Benefits. Gener-
Administrative/Clerical ous Hometime. Lease Pur-
chase on '07 Peterbilts.
Office Clerk National Carriers
Temporary Office osi- (888)707-7729
tion available in Crest- www.nationalcarriers.com
view (4-6 wks). Computer Drivers: Don't Miss This
literacy and ability to Sign-On Bonus 35-42
work well with others re- cpm Eain over $1000
quired. Please fax resume weekly Excellent Benefits
to: 850 689-1802, or Need CDL-A and 3 mos
mail to: P.O. Box 1622, recent OTR
Crestview, FL 32536 (800)635-8669.


S 4130 6110.
Drivers: Teams & Solo Always Renting? Buy a
Needed. Great Pay. 3bd 2ba Home only
Equipment and Benefits. $200/mo! 5%dn, 20yrs
Must have 6 Mo. OTR @ 8%apr For Listings
Exp. Call for more info @ (800)482-9419.
1800)669-3179 ext.
1411. Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
� - quiet, gated, no pets
No Truck Driver $60mo/$50d pet, 12
Experience-No Problem. m lease req. 585-1574
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
Teach You How to Drive. Crestview
Company Sponsered 3 br. 2 ba. No Pets! 2
CDL raining. Be OTR in blocks from Walker Elem.
Three Weeks. $775. mos. & SD Avail.
3888)368-1205. Must be May 23 Call 683-1354
23. or 758-6068
Post Office Now Hir- Crestview Bent Creek
i$7! Avg. PAy $2P/. ror Apartments I, Vouchers
5K/r Inc. Fed Ben Accepted. Rental assis-
a. Offer pce, n stance may be available.
Exam1 & 2 BR HC & non HC
w/USPS whih ds h- accessible apartments.
ing (866713-492 09 Bent Creek Road
Truck Drivers: CDL Crestview, FL. Call
training. Up to $20,000 850-682-5563
bonus. Accelerate your TDD/TTY 711. Equal
career as a soldier. Drive Housing Opportunity
out terrorism by keeping
the Army National Guard .,"
supolied.
1-800-GOGUARD.com/ 6130
truck.

NEW TUBAY
S Crestview 2BR 1BA
Townhouse. Washer &

682-6514
SINESS & NA Crestview Eales Land-
5100 - Business ing.New'2BR, 2.5BA TH,
Opportunities S. of 1-10. Lg pool &
5110 - Money to Lend gym. Extra parking. Lawn
maint provided. $945
mo. 850-528-0716
5100 P
"Home-based" Inter- R
net business. Flexible 6140
hours. Earn 1-4BD Homes From
$500-$1000/month PT, $199/Mo 3bd 2ba
$2000-$5000+ FT. Start Home only $300/mo
while keeping your cur- 2bd 1ba Home only
rent job Free details. $200/mol 5%dn, 20yrs
www.KE47.com. @ 8%APR For Listings &
Bodyguards - Counter info (800)482-9419.
Assault Teams Needed/
USA and Overseas $119
- $220K year. Body- 7DI
guards $250 - $750 . W A
day 18 or older.
(6 5)885-8960 ext 300 3br, lba, $775/mo.
www.BodyGuard $795dd. 1 acre lot. No
TrainingUSA.com. smoke/pets. Call
Now Availablel 2008 240-0890
Post Office Jobs. 3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$184$20/hr. No Experi- 22 001 Only
ence, Paid Training, Fed I19/Mol 5% down 20
Benefits Vacations. Callyears @ 8% apr. Bu
8 90-9941 Todayl 4/BR $259/Mol For list-
e Of #FL8. inqs (800)366-9783 Ext
Post Office 5798.
Now Hiring
Av. pay $20/hour or W 1 THAY
$57K annually including f
Federal Benefits and O H.
Placed by adSource not me n
affiliated w/USPS 'who American Realty
hires. 1-866-497-1015 of Northwest
S..- . Florida, Inc.
7 682-4822 or
/ 651-5717 EHO
"0 *615 Edney Ave, 2br,
2ba, $575
S *865 Brett St. 2br,
1.5ba $650
.sILI hi0e *2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
Iba $685
IREAL ESTATE FOR REN *69 Griffith Ave. 3br,
6100- Business/ 1.5ba, $725
commercial *462 1st Ave @, 3br,
6110-Apartments 2ba, $775
6120-Beach Rentals *9 Flora Cove, 3br,
6130 - Condo/Townhouse 2ba, $800
6140 - House Rentals *39 Regent Rd
6150 - Roommate Wanted 3 br 2 ba, $1000
6160 - Rooms for Rent 0374 Brackin St. 3br,
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot 2ba, $800
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals 0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
6190 - Timeshare Rentals 3br 2.5ba $800
0200 - Vacation Rentals 0 111 Swayin0 Pine Ct.
3br 2.5ba, $825
*266 Southview Dr. 3br
2ba, $850
S 6100 6110 Sonny Ln 3br,
For Lease, All newly re- 2ba, $875
modeled Commercial 0 2T1 Swayin Pine Ct.
Space. 294 N. Main St. 3br 2.bba $845
Great Locationi 423 Northview Ln,
682-2735 3br, 2ba, $850
03112 Skyhawk Dr.
For Lease, Newly Re- 3br 2ba, $995
modeled Commercial 0353 Adams Dr. 3br,
Space 176-178 S. Indus- 2ba $950
trial Drive. 682-2735 *6219 Winstead Rd,
Hwy 85 SFrontagel 3br 2ba $875
Office for rent. 11 indi- * 402 tobago Ct. 3br,
vidual offices, 2 rest 2ba,$1050
rooms, conference room, 110 Golf Course Dr.
kitchen, lobby, parking. 3br, 2ba, $1050
All or part perfect for *1812 Waterway Dr
professional office. Ter- 3br 2ba, $1125'
rific location south of * 2 Curtney Ln. 4br,
1-10, great visibility. Call 2ba, $1150
now for details, 0216 Citadel Lane 3bV,
685-0470 2ba, $1200
* 5434 Brooke Dr. 4br,
2ba $1295
S2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br 2ba, $1450
6110 * 622 Shire Ln, 4br,
$397/Mol 4BR/2BA 3ba, $1400
HUD Homel (5% down *223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
20 years @ 8% apr) $1400
More Homes Available * 6377 Havenmist Ln.
from $199/Mol For list- 4br, 2ba, $1500
ings call (800)366-9783 Visit us at
Ext 5669. www.era-american.com


NEW TODAY

Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
* 1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
0513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2V2b$1000+dd
* 5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mo+dd
* 4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
* 6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $825mo+dd
* 4733 Meadow Lake
Drive, 3 br, 2/2 ba
$1800mo +dd
0 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
* 143 Lonnie Jack
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
* 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 211 Warrior
3 br 2 ba, $1200mo
* 369 John Kind Rd
3 br 2 ba, $875+dd
* 220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba $850+dd
* 3205 Maple Ave.
1 br 1 ba, $675+dd
* 2678 Atoka Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1150+dd
Baker
0 5219 Griffith Mill Rd
2 br, 1 ba, $475

Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview Fl
32536 (8501689-1515
or (8501682-5922
0307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
.1 ba, 700sf, $450 triplex
* 305 Walnut Ave 2BR
1BA, 900sf, $525 end
unit
* 309 Walnut Ave. 2br
Sba 900sf, $525 end
unit
0 116 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba, 900sf, $550,
Townhome
0 2385 Susan Dr. Base-
ment apt., lbr, Iba,
1052sf, $595, utilsincl.
* 238 Runnymeade Dr.
2BR, 1.5BA, 930 sf,
$625, interior unit
* 216 Virginia St, 2br,
1:5ba, 1000sf, $650,
newpaint and carpet
0 132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf, $795. pets
allowed
0 306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1200sf, $850, no
pets allowed
* 110 Nivara Dr 3br,
2ba 1176sf $800,
South of 1-10
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br
2ba 1244sf $750 no
pets.
0262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br. 2.5ba, 1309sf,
$800 End Unit TH
11562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $825 no
pets 1 st month rent free
*274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5b, 1,415sf,
$850, new townhome
0268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$80, new townhome
0 264 Swaying Pine Ct
3BR, 2.5BA, 1309sf
$875, end unit TH
0270 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$875, new townhome
*272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 25ba, 1,528sf,
$875, new townhome
0*114 Feldon Drive 3br
2ba, 1426 sq ft, $875
half off first months rent
*50 Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
1165sf, $875 cathedral
ceiling s in master bed
*2385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
02813 Mohican Way
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95
South of 1-10
0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $975,
new paint'& vinyl
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br, 2ba, 1942sf, $995
1st month rent free.
*507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
first month's rent free
01819 Waterway Lane,
3br, 2ba, 1420sf,
$150, no pets allowed,
Baker
01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
large fenced back yard
S3590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba, 1636sf,
$1075, 1st month rent
tree
*642 Territory Lane 4br,
3ba, 3031sf $1500 first
month rent free to military
03037 Stillwell Blvdc
3br 2ba, 1929 sf,
$1195, hardwood floors
& tile
for further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com


Country living 3/4 mile
north High School. 3BR,
1.5BA, $800/mo. .
$800 security deposit.
Call 830-8411 or
582-2722


Crestview
3br, 1ba, House on Au-
burn Rd. Avail. May 1-08
$900mo/$800dep
689-2831 or 682-6794


Crestview NE, 3br,
2ba, mobile home, par-
tially furn. w/porches,
shed, playhouse, arden
spot, apples. inc'l. W/D.
$625/mo. + $300sd. +
inside pet dep.
850-758-8629




NEW TgOAV
Creslview
Small 2 bd house 197
Hathaway St.
$375./$300. 682-5019


Crestview spacious
home. Avail now. Pets
ok: Excellent location
David 850-826-1662


For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool n 1 acre lot in
Holt area. $1000mo,
Dep references
(850)537-6222 or
850499-7412




NEW WIIA

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
S204 Booker St.
550,2br 1 ba
1 227 Walker Circle
725 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
S121 Eloise Place
;925 3 br 2 ba, 2 cg
f 391 Riverchase
1250, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
+ 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2Y2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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Ibr MH, washer, dryer
fenced yard, 461 'i
South Brett. $450/mo. +
$450dd. 682-6514


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3br, 2ba, large yard.
Large trailer. No
smoke/pets. $550/mo.
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CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008


6170 __
Crestview
2 br. 1 ba. $425. mo.
$425. DD Located on E.
Chestnut @ Crestview
Mobile Home Park. Call
305-0776





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


NEW TooAY
35 Acre Farm-
Cropland Woods Lake,
Great home -2150SF,
3br, 2ba 2 CG, 710
Paved Rd. Frontage.
$369,995.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806,
Bank Repos 3bd 2ba
Home only $35k! 4bd
2.5ba Home only $50k!
Payments from
$199/mol 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%aprl For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.
Bargain Buy in Crest-
view Auburn area, 3 br
on 1 ac, fenced w/pool,
new appls. $118,800.
850 398-2545


5505 Brackin St.
3bd brick house, 1.5ba, Car port,
1 ac. of land.
99,500

902-7525


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Crestview
New 3br, 2ba house
in nice area of Crest
view. Chair Rail, lots of
ceramic tile, cathedral
ceiling in kitchen and
great room.
$125,000. Call
682-1759 or
682-5321. Joseph Bar-
ley Registered General
Contractor.

Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba
recently renovated home,
800sf on acre lot S. of
Hwy 90. $69,500. Call
850 209-4353
For sale by owner; 3br,
2ba, large bedrooms,
large kitchen, 1 acre,
$1 9,900. 240-0890
Foreclosures! Buy
.1-4bd Homes from
$199/mo Financing Refs
Available 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%apr! For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.


7100 7120


LOOK NEW iODAV
individual wants to buy Commercial
house for investment. Call Proterty Near
651-0987 ro spita
/2 to 3.3 acres. Great for
strip mall or small busi-
ness.


\ 1.2rfii:


Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /


Navarre ~ 582-3806
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg
whirlpool tub and 71
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet * Land Auction * 250
waterfront neighborhood. Props Must be Soldl Low
Pri:ed to sell at the re- Down / E-Z Financing
duced price of Free Brochure
$248,750. Call 850 800-890-1292
261-0322, or 685-8048 www.Landauction.com.
leave message.


1 acre lots vacant or
NEW TyAY___ with home. Auburn area.
NEW I 1AV Call 850-240-0890


Holly Hills
5 minutes from town
1602SF, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
corner, shaded lot. Cus-
tom built with manr ex-
tras. $189,995. Great
loc.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806


FABSLT ~!]KlAUCT IO[N


rHEV0iL3D


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


N ANVIERICAN R.:V.IOUTION
A ward _" " Your Silverado Headquarters * Locally Owned & Operated
# CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


PRICE REDUCED!
1283sf 3br, 1.5ba,
$cq. Priced at only
$80,000.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806


AFFORDABLE
ACREAGE!!
Paved Road frontage.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806


Airport Lakes Estates,
/4 to 3 acre lakefront
and wooded lots starting
@ 17k to 39k, sur-
rounded by 5k acres of
Lake Barkley state park,
utilities/county roads in
place, close to hospitals
and schools.
Jay Bachman
800)964-7495 or
17271492-8380
cb@intnet.net
Crestview- 105'x420'
commercial lot, water &
sewer available. $500K.
Call 682-8599
Lo Cabin & 20+ acres
only $119900. Bonus:
Now Includes Free Barn
KitI Own the dream
New 1800 sf log cabin
kit and barn kit. Near
FL/GA border. 90 min-
utes la..:..:: r,. liE. Poten-
tial to subdividel Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)898-4409 x 1420.
Mountain Home, Ar-
kansas. Free building
lots. Water electric.
Ready to build. Walk to
50,000 acre lake. No
gimmicks. $1,399.00
closin cost per lot only
(864)784-3397.
NC Mountains 2+ acres
with great view, very pri-
vate bigtrees waterfalls
& large - public lake
nearby, $49,500 call
now (866)789-8535.
New Arizona Land
Rushl 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized
Lotsl $0 Down. $0 Inter-
est. $159-$208 per
month! Money Back
Guaranteel
(866)745-3229 or
www.sunsiteslandrush.com


7190
NEW ARIZONA
LAND RUSH!
1 or 21/2 "Football F;el"
sized lotsl $0 Down }i:
Interest, $159-$208/mo.
Money back guarantee!
Toll-free 1-800-603-6233
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AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140-Vans
8150- Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


" " . .BOAT
Dodge P/U '96 - 318 2003 Triton Bass boat
Ext. cab shortbed, new w/225 Yamaha VMax,
trans- & digg., AC, hot foot, Jack Plate, two
$4,095 a obo. fish/depth finders,
850-682-4669 Kevin Garmin GPS, newbatter-
Sies $17,500,
FORD F-250 SD (8&0)585-8237
XLT CREWCAB
4X4 '02
76000 ML 4X4,RED, I 8220
Off Road Pack, VIO, SeaDoo GTX
New tires, P/W,P/DL,
Toolbox. Rhino Liner, Limid
5TH wheel, hitch, tint, 2005 Under 30hr 215hp
very clean &runs great bought new serviced lo-
$16500. Call call w/trailer cover GPS
850-537-8609 & more$8500 OBO
850-682-0294
Great Buy
Toyota Tundra 4x4, Ext
Cab, Limited 2003
less than 60000 miles, 1 8320
$16;500obo
850-259-9131 T 1

1 2-seatr go cart
LZ8140 2-seater go cart
ScrIon.RT Adlt/Yout


NEW TOllAY


Dodge Caravan 2002
3.3 V6, auto, AC
$3 295 obo
856-682-4669 Kevin


Cadillac Sedan 'r ni
de Ville 1990 NEW I" 11
Like new conditions All
bells and whistles, less 1998 Kawasaki 750 Vul-
than 28 500 original can. 21,800 miles.
miles. $-800 or Best Of- Good con. $1750. obo
fer. Must seell 496-3364 5375179


Scorpion RT Adult/Youth
Fun Cart. New, only 3
hours use, electric start
reverse $1500
585-5709 or 892-0671
50cc Bdja dirt bike, like
new. has all original
papers & title Paid $'00.
will sell for $400.
537-9706 or 537-8516


I . 8330
Dodge Ram (Short
bed) Fold-A-Topper, re-
moved from 06 dodge
will fit 02 and newer.
Cost $900. New will sell
for $200. Call 689-2987


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$24,967 Crew Cab 4WD
$2,000 $22,967
NEWER VEHICLE)


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$1,0009,845 $19,225
(MUST OWN 99 OR MUST OWN 99 OR NEWER VEHICLE
NEWER VEHICLE)


07SILVERADO
Diesel Crew Cab LT1

$2,000
(MUST OWN 99 OR '$3 977
NEWER VEHICLE)
PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM/CD, KEYLESS ENTRY, BUILT
IN BRAKE CONTROLLER, ALM WHEELS FOG LAMPS,
HEAVY DUTY TRAILER, ONSTAR AND MORE


08SILVERADO
Reg. Cab
$16,787 ^ 4, 787
$2,000 141787
(MUST OWN 99 OR i
NEWER VEHICLE) AUTO TRANS, AC, XM, CD,
CRUISE


08SILVERADO
Ext. Cab


$20,527
$2,000
(MUST OWN 99 OR
NEWER VEHICLE)


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Must have a '99 or newer vehicle
registered in household. Sale price
includes all rebates and discounts. All
prices plus tax, tag, and dealer
processing fee. Photos for illustration
purposes only. Residency restrictions
may apply. Sale ends 05/21/08


NEW rOiAY NEW nlrAY


. .. . , .

Don't miss your opportunity to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy Efficient
Beautiful Quality Built Single Family Home.

Close tdCrestview and Eglin AFB.
Homes include 3 & 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and 1 & 2
car garage, kitchen (with self-cleaning oven, stove,
dishwasher & microwave/hood), patio, central
heat and air, carpeting and ceiling fans.

Come in and sign a 12 month lease and
receive 100 OFF your 1st month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.
Rent to own Available.

Call today (850) 689-2221 or
carol@cornerstoneconstruction.info.
Offer expires 07/01/08


$1O 52 7
AUTO TR S, AC, XM, CL


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7 1 811o 816o0
Southern Colorado 1998 Mercury Mystique
Ranch Sale 35 Acres w/ forest green low miles
Well just $356/month* great learner car $4000. NEW TODAY
Spectacular Rocky Moun- obo. 758-0707
tain views Year-round ac- 2004 Grand Am Honda Goldwing,
cess Nicely treed Access Looks & runs good 1982. Great shape. Runs
to electric and telephone Great gas mileage, man- perfect. $2250.
Call Red Creek Land to- ual $6,500. Call 850-398-8008 or
day866)OWN-LAND x 682-0608 601-813-5530
41
www.seecedarwood Ford Mustang
station.com Offer void 2003
where prohibited. Terms 2003
and conditions subject to White with grey interior
change without notice. 94K mies Great
*Monthlv a met condition. Excellent carl
$356.2 based upon 2a $6500. Please call TODAY
purchase price of 240-4145. NEW
69,900 with 15%
down and $59415 fi- 1 J0| '94 and up Ford Mus-
nanced via a 30 year rar,, ..h l. GT, 5 lug,
mortgage at a fixed inter- We buy cars, traltfrs & I";o 3J5h anniversary
este rate of 6.00%. boats, etc. Running .pr 'wheels. $200 Ca
Snotl No title ok. C � 1 682-9254, after 5pm
305-1258
7160
16x80 Redmond 3bd f 820
2ba dishwasher, stove
ref.washer/ dryer, Ao
excellent cond. must b
moved $17,500. NEW
228466-5283 or 9D e D a 7 Sunbird Odyssey
682-2033 2001 Dodge Dakota 21 FT. Deck Boat, 130
0 Sport truck, quad doors, HP Evin Rude enne,
16X80 1997 Fleet-'-6, AT, A/C, new tires, ex . condition $9, 00.
wood Mobile home battery & alternator. Low Ca 6829254
w/attatched porch lo- Miles(55846) bed cover, all 62-
cated in Crestview mo- One owner, always serv-
bile home park. Can stay iced. White with beige * T I'nO
in park or be moved, interior. $8000. Firm I rU I
Avail. July 1, 2008, 2 br. (850) 682.4452 IN W T-
2 full ba. w/garden tub
n each, newer et Che customer delux 24' Pontoon w/trailer,
pump system, side by 1987 L.W.B. good old 13' enclosed hard t
ide refrig and dish- ruck - .$1 . w/rollup sides 110 HP
washer. Great condition 1-888-237-3165 extras $9,25 OBO
$30 000. Firm 850-682-4669 Kevin
850-758-1227 ' AY - RRIFI BA
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