<%BANNER%>
Crestview news bulletin!
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028411/00308
 Material Information
Title: Crestview news bulletin!
Portion of title: Bulletin
Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 2008
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crestview (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okaloosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Crestview
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 9, no. 37 (Sept. 5, 2001); Title from caption.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 9, no. 40 (Sept. 26, 2001).
 Record Information
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 48122675
lccn - 2001229458
System ID: UF00028411:00308
 Related Items
Preceded by: Crestview news leader

Full Text





C R[


V I


la


33 Issue 35
Volume 33 Issue 35
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


1 W


1


Swinging

away

The News Bulletin tours
Heritage Plantation
In Sports BI


Swww.restewbull
www.crestviewbulletin.com


504t

2 'Milligan water 4
2 ^ i .begins upgrade


IN THIS ISSUE


SAT


Border 7 If
Crossings


URDAY, MAY 17, 2008

Today's Forecast
- 85 High 55 Low


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Trina Trimm, right, shares her book, Country Kids, with her daughter Allie on the grounds
of the soon-to-open Holt Academy.


TREE


Author, educator opening extended daycare in Holt


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

OLT - Trina
Trimm and her
husband Dave,
a former law
enforcement officer who
Developed the St. Lucie
County school resource of-
ficer program, aren't the sort
of retirees who kick back for
a well-earned rest.
Soon after their arrival in
Holt, they opened the Cozy
Comer Grill on U.S. 90. Trina
Trimm's family had owned a
restaurant in her native Bel-
fast, Northern Ireland.
The popularity of the res-
Staurant, often a focal point of
Holt social life, inspired an-
other project: a combination
day care, preschool and com-
munity learning center.
"We realized there was
no preschool anywhere in
the area," Trimm said. "On
a placemat at the Cozy Cor-
ner I drew what would be
the ideal child care and pre-


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Trina Trimm prepares
equipment in one of the Holt
Academy classrooms.
school. Before I knew it, my
scratching on a placemat was
being built."
Holt Academy is nearing
completion on more than
two acres of land a half-mile
west of the restaurant. It will
revive the Holt Gophers, the


team mascot for the long-
shuttered Holt School.
"We're bringing back the
Gopher turtle," Trimm said
proudly. "It's a link withrour
town's past."
The logo was drawn by
longtime resident Debby
Melvin, the artist who creat-
ed the original Holt Gopher.
The preschool and child-
care will accommodate about
100 kids.
Almost as exciting for
Trimm is the academy's
learning center.
"There's nowhere for
older students to meet and
study, or for adults to have
a reading group," Trimm
observed. "There's no place
in the (Holt) area for people
to meet and have a focus on
reading and learning."
The classrooms and play-
ground will be accessible
only through electronically
secured doors, but the learn-
ing center will be public.

See TREE 6


North Okaloosa


WEEK IN REVIEW


Florida Freedom
Newspapers


Laurel Hill home
destroyed by fire
A home on Campton
Lane in Laurel Hill was
destroyed by fire late
Wednesday night.
Almarante Volunteer
Fire Department Chief
David Henderson said the
house had been built in
the 1930s. The couple cur-
rently living there was out
to dinner.
Crews left the scene
around 2 a.m., but returned
at 6 to deal with hot spots
that had flared up.
The cause of the fire is
under investigation.

Pit bull bites boy
An 8-year-old was flown
by helicopter to Sacred
Heart Children's Hospital
after he was bitten at least
twice by a pit bull Wednes-
day evening in Crestview.
Thursday morning, De-
von Stiles was in "good
condition" at Sacred Heart
Children's Hospital.
Stiles was with another
boy at a neighbor's home
at 2109 Hagood Loop in
the Lee Farms subdivision
when the attack happened.
A PAWS representative
said from what is known
right now, the dog owner
was not in violation of any
laws. A citation for the bite
has been issued.

Baker man arrested
for attempted murder
A Baker man was
charged with attempted
murder for trying to kill a
neighbor who came ontohis
property, Okaloosa County
lawmen say.
John Adkison, 64, of 1529
Long Needle Ct., is accused
of shooting in the direction
of Jeff Morgan on Tuesday.
Morgan told officers he


was trying to call his dog
away from Adkison's resi-
dence when Adkison shot at
him twice. Adkison told of-
ficers Morgan was trespass-
ing on his property, and that
Morgan had threatened him
the previous day.


Six-vehicle accident
on Redstone
Six vehicles were in-
volved in an auto accident
on East Redstone Avenue
around 2:35 Thursday af-
ternoon.
Area emergency re-
sponse teams including
the Crestview Police De-
partment, Okaloosa Coun-
ty EMS and the Crestview
Fire Department respond-
ed to the scene.
Two people were taken
up the street to the North
Okaloosa Medical Center
by Okaloosa EMS.

New Jin Jin's bad day
New Jin Jin Chinese res-
taurant
was tem-
porarily
closed
Tbyh the
Florida
io f in Depart-
pment
of Busi-
ness and
Professional Regulation on
Thursday for the second
time in 16 days after an in-
spection following a com-
plaint.
Earlier Thursday, the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment responded to a report
of a break-in at New Jin Jin.
Police found signs of
forced entry to the back
door of the restaurant. Po-
lice found the cash register
tray on a counter. No cur-
rency was left in the tray.
Photos by Ann Spann. Read
the complete versions of these
stories at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Meet Bob Sikes Elementary School's new principal


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
School Board has named
Gary Massey the new prin-
cipal of Bob Sikes Elemen-
tary School, effective July 1.
Massey, 37, is a graduate
of Fort Walton Beach High
School. He earned his bach-
elor's degree from Okaloo-
sa-Walton College and his


master's degree from the
University of West Florida.
He has been in education
since 1999. He currently
serves as interim principal
at Eglin Elementary.
He says he particularly
emphasized math, science
and reading in his past po-
sitions.
Massey and his wife,
Dawn, have two sons.
Massey's sister-in-law is


Holly McDaniel, the girls
basketball coach at Fort
Walton Beach High School.
Crestview News Bulletin
Editor Kyle Wright inter-
viewed Massey on Tuesday,
one day after he officially
was chosen as Bob Sikes'
new principal.

SCrestview News Bulle-
tin: What interested you in
the opening at Bob Sikes


Elementary?
Gary Massey: "When
reviewing the school per-
formance plan and the
history behind the school,
Bob Sikes his proven itself
among the best schools in.
the county. I think the posi-
tion was considered a cov-
eted prize."
CNB: What was your

See PRINCIPAL 6


FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts on new Bob Sikes Elemrentary Principal Gary
Massey:
"Bob Sikes Elementary is my alma mater. I love that
school, and I'm happy Gary is there, and the people at
Bob Sikes ill tie n happy, toc WVe at the district office
have a lot of respect for Gary because he is a dynamic
leader and because he has a compassionate way of deal-
ing with teachers and parents and students. He's highly
technological, but he's still a people person. He's the
whole package."


1998-2006 V ..
Award Winning .
Newspaper
Florida PressAssocialion
Better Weekl) Newspaper Contest


TABLE OF CONTENTS


WEATHER............. .. ... 2
RELIGION............ ........ 3
COMMUNITY ................. 5


NASCAR ...................... 7 - '!.I
CLASSIFIEDS.................8-9 F:: .OR.1-?.
SPORTS ..................... 10 Navigate the Coast - * t83928


Under the



READING


-~-~~~ -~~---~ -~-,-~'-~~"~~~",~--~--,--r,,,-.-~--,,--~


'


------------------~


C - - - -- ----- ---- --------------------------------- ----sl�asll--smsslp---~b~-~-�'~b -*- --~-----~-sL1_�L-P~�-~C-


-------------- ------------------ -


4- \ t_
, . . -- , ,
, .*' "








2 I Crestview News Bulletin


LOCAL


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008


H '_ H.*
a. * &


am. "- msft �W.w m- 4


me - c~l


* ........ : 6- * ,I 6 ,.


m,


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The scope of the Milligan Water System upgrade is vividly illustrated by the plethora of documents, plans and maps
carried into the office by engineers Bobby Lee and Bill Mullins. Mullins will be the resident engineer and project
inspector for the upgrade.



Milligan Water System breaks



ground on $4.25 million upgrade


Copyrighted Material b
Syndicated Content *~
Available from Commercial News Providers



s


,4


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

MILLIGAN - A row
of shovels glinted in the
sun Tuesday afternoon as
the Milligan Water Sys-
tem broke ground on its
$4.25 million upgrade.
Wielding the spades
were members of the
Water Board, system
engineers and Kather-
ine Bechard of the U.S.
Department of Agricul-
ture's Rural Develop-
ment office, which facili-
tated the grant making
the upgrade possible.
"We're going to re-
build our water system,
new well, new tank, new
water lines throughout
the system," said Wayne
Ellis, president of -the
Water Board.
Ellis explained the
present board inher-
ited an underdeveloped
system that had been
designed primarily to
handle Milligan's once
small, rural population.
Today, increased de-
mand, including fire-
fighting capability, has
put a strain on a system
that was allowed to grow
almost haphazardly.
"We could run a tank
dry if there was an emer-
gency like a big fire," El-
lis said. "It's an adven-
ture every day. Hopeful-
ly we can come up to the
21't century."
The Water SyStem's
engineer, Charles Peters
of Dothan, Ala.,-based
Peters Municipal Asso-
ciates, said there is sig-
nificant growth in -rural
areas north of Interstate
10.
Peters said with the
expected influx of mili-


icevinlle Location
1003 W. College Blvd., Suite 4
678-5338


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE
Darren Payne, MD
Board Certfied
Eye Surgeon & Cataract Specialist


NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our office policy that we have the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other services, examination, or treatment
which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for any free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment


- r~


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Milligan Water Board, engineers and Katherine Bechard of the USDA
(second from left) hold a ceremonial ground-breaking for the Milligan Water System's
$4.25 million system upgrade.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Katherine Bechard of the USDA receives a plaque from the
Milligan Water System.


tary families from the
Base Realignment and
Closure law, "a lot more
folks are going to be
needing water services.


This should open up a
whole new opportunity
for future growth."
Right now, he said,
the Milligan Water Sys-


tem "is just getting by,"
meeting the basic water
needs of its 730 custom-
ers.
"It's uncommon when
you are given an oppor-
tunity to rebuild your
entire system," Peters
said.
The tremendous scope
of the project, which will
include about 20 miles
of new water line, was
vividly illustrated when.
PMA engineers, Bobby
Lee and Bill Mullins car-
ried two armloads each
of documents, plans and
maps into the office.
"That's one big project
in there," said Lee with a
grin as he piled the last
roll of plans on the coun-
ter.

Milligan Water Systems
customers can discuss the
upgrades at crestviewbul-
letin.com.


"tIrn* I ''I


*IH
- E 6 @ @* <�* �***


� "I-


CRESTV EW




News Bulletin

To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524.
'NEWS INFORMATION PRODUCTION
IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN OR COMMENT ABOUT GRE ALLEN ....... ONLINE EDITOR
CRESTVIEW Nvs BULLETIN'S COVERAGE, AMANDA KSCHE . . . GRAPHIC ARTIST


PLEASE CALL 682-6524.
GENERAL MANAGER
JASON MOBLEY
EDITOR
KYLE WRIGHT
OFFICE STAFF
MELISSA TEDDER . .. OFFICE MANAGER
DENISE CADENHEAD. . OFFICE ASSISTANT
SHERRIE STANLEY .... RECEP./CIRC. ASST.
ADVERTISING INFORMATION
HEATHER GANN ..... AD CONSULTANT
RANDY BEARD ...... AD CONSULTANT
JEREMY CADLE ...... AD CONSULTANT
EDITORIAL
BRIAN HUGHES. ..... REPORTER
ANN SPANN ........ PHOTOGRAPHER
RANDY DICKSON .... SPORTS EDITOR
RENEE BELL ........ TYPESETTING


CIRCULATION INFORMATION
682-6524
THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN IS PUBLISHED
TWICE WEEKLY EACH WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY BY FLORIDA FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS,
INC., AT 295 W. JAMES LEE BLVD., CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA 32536. PERIODICALS POSTAGE PAID
AT CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA. POSTMASTER:
PLEASE SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO CRESTVIEW
NEWS BULLETIN, P.O. Box 447, CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA 32539. ALL MATERIAL HEREIN IS
PROPERTY OF THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN.



B , '3-4 .


H * I'


In County
3 months................................$9.00
6 months.............................$17.00
1 year...................................$31.20


Out of County
3 m onths..............................$14.00,
6 months..............................$22.00.
1 year.................. ............. $36.20


'I


Ask your Advertising
Representative about
our Color by the Inch
Program, Customer
Appreciation Sale, and
our Online packages.

(850) 682-6524


.a

i - '



Wrl~
ST I ..flHR lots'e''
^B y~~ftt. . ~'* I**'"'�"""


www.crestviewbu Ietin.com




Need Eye Glasses to Read?


Smart LensessM

Dr Da i'ren Pl l ne Smar lehs Procedre can .produce clenr 'siol
I ilboul el'e g lasses at il l/disl/aces (close /p,llar tillY')' 6 /il ll/l It''/i )




Call To da nat.


Cresiview Location
930 N Ferdon Blvd.
682-5338


"t
~iFII~"L;;������;;;;;;.









SATURDAYMAY 172008


RELIGION


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


FROM THE

PULPIT The fear of the Lord
Michael Green Jr.


Blessed is every one
thatfeareth the LORD;
that walketh in his ways.
-Psalms 128:1
What is your percep-
tion of God? Do you view
him as the benevolent
grandfatherly figure por-
trayed in modern depic-
tions of deity? The preva-
lent view of the Lord is
one who is limited in his
power to exercise author-
ity over the universe.
Some view him simply
as a permissive parent,
freely dispensing bless-
ings on mankind, regard-
less of behavior. It is true
we were chosen in Christ
Jesus to enjoy Heaven's
blessings according to
God's good pleasure
(Ephesians 1:4), but it is
equally true the blessings
we enjoy in this present
time are contingent upon
a healthy fear of the Lord.


If we truly fear the
Lord we will give him the
respect that he is due. We
will reverence him be-
cause he is all-powerful.
In Psalms 111:9 David
writes, "He sent redemp-
tion unto his people: he
hath commanded his cov-
enant for ever: holy and
reverend is his name."
Many well-meaning
people mistakenly at-
tach the title reverend to
their name. The only time
this word is used in the
Bible is in reference to the
Lord. He has redeemed
his people, his covenant
is forever, and therefore
he should be feared
and respected. No other
man that has ever lived,
regardless of his good
works and reputation,
meets the qualifications to
carry the title reverend.
In the introductory


verse we notice fear of
the Lord is coupled with
walking in his ways. Of-
tentimes we will confess
with our mouths that we
fear God, but how many
times do we allow our ac-
tions to dictate otherwise?
If we revere the Lord, we
will show it by our ac-
tions.
In Psalms 111:10 David
writes that "The fear of
the Lord is the beginning
of wisdom."
People clamor to pur-
chase the newest self-help
books to increase their
wisdom. The books are
frequently atop the best-
seller lists in our nation.
-True wisdom comes from
respecting the Lord and
walking in his ways.
David goes on to write,
"a good understanding
have all they that do his
commandments."


We are living in a
time where wisdom and
understanding is much
needed. This will not be
found in the latest self-
help book. It will come
from God's word and
obedience to his com-
mandments.
When you truly fear
the Lord, you will enjoy
his blessings in your daily
lives. In Psalms 128:2, Da-
vid equates a healthy fear
of the Lord with suste-
nance and personal hap-
piness. When we obey the
Lord, he blesses us with
those things that we need
in our daily lives. Do you
feel as if you are spinning
your wheels? Do you feel
like you are never able
to 'get ahead' in life? It
might be time to reflect on
whether or not you fear
the Lord as you ought.
This occurred with the


children of Israel. In Hag-
gai the children of Israel
had returned to Jerusalem
from captivity. They had
rebuilt their homes but
had neglected the recon-
struction of the temple.
They did not give the
Lord the respect that he
was due.
Notice the prophet's
admonition to their
in Haggai 1:5-6: "Now
therefore thus saith the
LORD of hosts; consider
your ways. Ye have sown
much, and bring in little;
ye eat, but ye have not
enough; ye drink, but ye
are not filled with drink;
ye clothe you, but there is
none warm; and he that
earneth wages earneth
wages to put it into a bag
with holes."
He instructed them to
think about their ways.
They did not fear the


Lord as they ought and
it was as if they were
putting their money into
bags with holes.
Let us consider our
ways. Are our lives tem-
pered with wisdom and
understanding or do we
continue in a pattern of
fruitlessness? May God
bless us to fear, respect
and revere him as we
should. He deserves all
glory and honor!

Michael Green Jr. is pas-
tor of Palm Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church (www.palm-
chapel.org) in Crestview.
Palm Chapel meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pas-
tor Green can be contacted
at 689-3383 or by e-mail at
pastor@palmchapel.org. He
warmly invites you to come
and worship at Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church.


3 *3


Ministry plans outreach event May 24


Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
Wednesday.

EVENTS
EGLIN CHOIR ANNIVERSARY:
The Eglin Chapel Brotherhood Choir
will celebrate its 33rd anniversary on
Saturday, May 17 at 6 p.m.: at the
Chapel Center. Everyone is invited to
come enjoy this program. For more
information, please call 882-2111.
HOMECOMING AT MAGNOLIA
BAPTIST CHURCH: The event will be
held at the church at 3198 Hwy 602,
Laurel Hill, on Sunday, May 18 will
start at 9:45 a.m., with music by the
Harrelson Family. Morning worship is
at 11 a.m. with preaching by Brother
Danny Starling, supply pastor. Dinner
will follow in the'fellowship hall. Everyone
is invited. No evening worship.
HOPEWELL 113TH
HOMECOMING: The Hopewell United
Methodist Church will celebrate
Homecoming on Sunday, May 18 at
11 a.m. Pastor Sam Persons Parks
and the congregation invites all former
members and friends to attend the
service and dinner afterward. Rev.
Parks is the speaker for this event.
The church is located five miles
west of Laurel Hill on New Ebenezer
Road, just over the state line (10 miles
west from Florala on Hwy. 4, tuning


Signs off


--5
LOVE CURES PEOPLE
" BOTH THE ONES WHO
GIVE IT AND THE ONES'
WHO RECEIVE IT
::-- ..-
it7gg" ��. ' /'iB M
Special to the News Bulletin
Motorists on Old River Road saw this sign at the First
Baptist Church of Milligan. Submit your own Sign of Faith
by e-mailing kylew@crestviewbulletin.com.


south on Covington County Road 20,
and going one mile.
RED OAK BC HOMECOMING:
May 18, with services beginning at 10
a.m. Special singing and speaking by
Rev. Harold Morris will be part of the
event. Lunch follows the services. The
church is on County Road 180 in the


Escambia Farms community. Details:
537-6723 or 537-3204.
VALLEY ROAD BC VACATION
BIBLE SCHOOL: June 8 - 13 from 6
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Grades kindergarten
through sixth are invited to attend. The
church is located at 1018 Valley Road in
Crestview. Call 682-4513 for details.


50 years of celebration

Turner Heritage Homes is (850) 682-0492. A promise our family
celebrating their 50th year Pictured below is our keeps today. It starts with
in business this weekend "Beech" it Boasts Massive the homes themselves,
by presenting Zachary columns, stacked stone and dozens of designs built to
Estates in Crestview. Re/ James Hardie (masonry) last as we have. (No other
Max Agency One Inc. and siding not Vinyl! local builder has been
Turner Heritage Homes As you enter notice the around as long), And it
have joined together to brick paved front pprch and runs through everything
bring a new refreshing look the tile floors'in the foyer. we do: From design to
to Crestview. The large living area opens financing to managing
This Wooded subdivision to many windows and the building process to


has underground power,
natural gas, and lamppost
streetlights. The Turner
Heritage Homes are
complete and move-in-
ready.
Saturday the 17th from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
Sunday the 18th from
1-4 p.m., Re/Max Agency
One and Turner Heritage
will host the Grand
Opening of Zachary Estates
with free food and fun for
all (bring the kids for a
ballgame).
Register for door prizes
that include the Grand
prize of a $200 gas card and
for Realtor's, a dinner gift
card! Come choose your
home or lot for a custom
built Turner Heritage home
today!
Celebrate this new
refreshing look for
Crestview. For more
information call


a French door to see the
family playing in the yard.
Need .storage? All
bedrooms have walk in
closets.
Ask about going "Green"
we have an energy saving'
earth friendly building
package.
Meander through
Zachary Estates today for
a home-buying experience
like no other. That's the
Turner Heritage Homes
promise. A promise first
made by founder Fred
Turner 50 years ago.


exceeding expectations
with our unsurpassed
warranty program.
So go ahead: Turn on
your imagination. Picture
yourself in a Turner
Heritage Home - a house
built on a foundation of
decades of trust. Experience
the Turner Promise.
Join us for our 50th year
celebration today, free food
and fun. From Crestview
take Hwy 85 North, take
a left on Lakesilver Rd.
Zachary Estates is on the
right. Trestle St.!


n *'TURNER
H Er, I ',E0 H', .E IE


NewFamily

Style Homes

on Wooded

Homesites

. f ,11f , ,,B . .' . . . .




Sl'. ea ci pPeo sFirst

411 1 S FrJorr B ir. ule'ird Su[= C ,
Cr ]:r.e.,. FL 32536
Lqresa Bownes s RchardHarle . , ,
Cellular: 850.865.8385 .-. Cellular: 850.428.0721 1 ' '


- -

. I I. . .


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

It started with 300 peo-
ple at an event inFort Wal-
ton Beach.
It will continue next
weekend in Crestview.
Rollin' for Christ, amin-
istry founded by John and
Cynthia Bass of Crestview,
will host its second out-
reach event May 24 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Allen
Park (formerly Fairview
Park) in Crestview. The
event was scheduled to
coincide with the May
Day celebration.
'"Lay your addition to
rest" is the theme of the
outreach event. The high-
light is a "burial." Attend-
ees will be invited to write
down anything negatives
they would like to remove
from their lives. The cards
will be placed in a casket
and buried.
"It's something you
want to get rid of, maybe
pornography or alcohol
or pain pills," John Bass
said.
How did the Basses get
the idea?
"I guess God was tell-
ing me we need to bury


Special to the News Bulletin
About 300 people attended this Rollin' for Christ outreach
event in Fort Walton Beach. The ministry will hold a similar
event in Allen Park (formerly Fairview Park) on May 24.


FOR MORE INFO
For iniorrmation acout
Rollir' lor Chr st or 1tre r.13,
24 outreach eent, o:rnta.:t
Minlstir.. Johri and Cnrthsa
Bass at 682-9176 or e-rmail
rollinforchrist@cox.net.

things," John Bass. "When
you bury things, they are
gone. They're not coming
back. You don't dig it up."
The event also will
include prayer and wor-
ship.
John Bass said a simi-
lar event in Fort Walton
Beach during the first
weekend of May drew
about 300 people. He has
received calls from people
in Laurel Hill in DeFuniak


Springs who want Rollin'
for Christ to bring the out-
reach event to their com-
munities.
"We got a pretty good
response," John Bass said.
"People were excited,
because the things we
were dealing with were
the things that you don't
think about until they get
exposed.
"I've still got people
calling me now asking
when we're going to do it
again."

Will you be attending the
May 24 event? Did you at-
tend the recent event in Fort
Walton Beach? Share your
thoughts at
crestviewbulletin.com.


Local Business Update
Prepared By County News, Inc. �2008 All Rights Reserved

' Bluewater Plastic Surgery
& Cosmetic Center
4 . Steven Clark, M.D., D.M.D., F.A.C.S.
4- A Beautiful Combination of Art and Science,
7 Where the Emphasis is You...
SWhen selecting a plastic surgeon, there is just no substitute for experience. Dr.
S Steven Clark is a Board-Certified plastic surgeon, whose expertise reflects
More than 22 years surgical experience with training in top university programs
Sin Philadelphia, New York and Chicago. He specializes in cosmetic surgery,
.... ' including liposuction, breast augmentation, breast .lift, endoscopic browlift,
. eyelid surgery, Restylane and Botox injection, facelift, tummy tuck, ear and
nose reshaping and the treatment of patients after gastraic bypass with massive weight loss. He also is a
member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Membership is offered only to
select board certified plastic surgeons who have demonstrated a proven advanced expertise in cosmetic
surgery. In addition, Dr. Clark was selected as the best plastic surgeon on the emerald coast, selected in a
readers poll E com. Dr. Clark and his staff at Bluewater Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Center recognize
that the whole surgical experience, from pre-operative evaluation to post-op treatment and follow-up, is
crucial in providing complete patient satisfaction. They also offer specialized medical skin care procedures
and products, massage therapy and permanent makeup, all performed by licensed professionals. Dr. Clark
has two office locations, in Niceville/Bluewater Bay (Merchant's Walk) at 4400 East Highway 20, Suite
501, phone (850) 897-9288 and in Destin at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast (Medical Office
Building) at 7720 US Highway 98 West, Suite 130, (850) 267-4582. Let Dr. Clark provide you with the
best in quality and personal care in a warm, friendly professional environment. Call for your confidential
consultation today.
Benton House Assisted Living
Traci Williams, Administrator
As pioneers in assisted living, Benton House Assisted Living is committed to the highest quality of care.
Their experienced caring staff is on duty 24-hours a day, seven days a week to make sure that all residents
remain healthy, safe and comfortable.
The happiness and well being of their residents is the driving force behind everything they do. When you
choose them, you're giving your loved one the personalized services and caring attention he or she deserves
and you'll have peace of mind knowing that your loved one is enjoying life.
The monthly fee for each private apartment includes utilities, maintenance and housekeeping, family style
dining, 24-hour security and emergency call response service. They have bathrooms that are outfitted with
safety grab bars. They are located near local restaurants and shopping centers Transportation provided to
residents.
Everyday is truly a holiday at Benton House Assisted Living. Daily and weekly activities will give the
residents a chance to maintain a healthy, active and full lifestyle.
The authors of 2008 Spring Local Business Update suggest that you go to Benton House Assisted
Living and see what you've been missing. They are located at 2000 Principal Lane in Fort Walton
Beach or call to schedule a tour at (850) 243-7735.
Harris Fence Installation
James Harris, Owner/Operator
If you're thinking of installing a fence or replacing your existing one, Harris Fence Installation has the
experience you can count on. They specialize in the manufacture, sale and installation of a wide variety of
fencing and related products. They are located at 1588 Garrett Mill Road in Baker, phone (850) 537-6169
and have installed millions of feet of fencing in every kind of terrain imaginable. Their services include
residential and industrial fencing, horse corrals and shelters, guardrail, bridge railing, security systems, wild
animal enclosures, and much more. They have sold and installed millions of feet of fence, from 1' tall snake
fence to 60' tall barrier fencing!
The installers are skilled craftsmen and have first-hand knowledge of every type of fencing related product.
Furthermore, they are dedicated to customer service and good fair business practices. Harris Fence
Installation sincerely welcomes you to call any of their dedicated staff to help answer any questions you may
have. They take great pride in providing you with the finest products and customer service in the industry
The authors of this 2008 Spring Local Business Update suggest that you call Harris Fence Installation
today, they are looking forward to serving all of your fencing needs.


- ------------


I








LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008


Freeman


to be


ordained


today

Crestview News Bulletin

Rev. Denson Fred Free-
man Jr. of the Church of
the Epiphany in Crestview
will be ordained a priest
today at 11 a.m. in the
church, located at 424 Gar-
den St. in Crestview.
The Rev. Philp Menzie
Duncan II, Bishop of the
Diocese of the Central Gulf
Coast, will perform the
service.
A reception will follow
the ceremony. The public
is invited.


CPD


launches


Click It or


Ticket
Campaign runs
through June 1
Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview Police
Department is joining
with state and local law
enforcement agencies
and highway safety of-
ficials starting Monday
to launch an aggressive
Click It or Ticket seat belt
enforcement mobiliza-
tion. The campaign will
last through June 1 with
a goal of increasing seat
belt use and reducing
highway fatalities - with
a new emphasis on con-
vincing more motorists to
buckle up day and night.
"Research shows us
that there is a problem
with drivers and passen-
gers not buckling up at
night - when the risk of
a fatal crash is greatest,"
CPD Chief Brian Mitchell
said. "Clearly this is an
indication that these indi-
vidual 'are not taking the
law seriously. That's why
we'll be out in force mak-
ing sure that all passen-
gers, in all vehicles, are
buckled up - day and
night."
Studies show regular
seat belt use is the single
most effective way to pro-
tect people and reduce
fatalities in motor vehicle
crashes.
* In 2006, 72 percent
of passenger vehicle oc-
cupants involved in fa-
tal crashes who were
buckled up survived the
crashes.
* When worn correct-
ly, seat belts have proven
to reduce the risk of fatal
injury to front-seat pas-
senger car occupants by
45 percent - and by 60
percent in pickup trucks,
SUVs and minivans.
Yet nearly one in five
Americans (18 percent
nationally) still fail to
wear a seat belt when
driving or riding in mo-
tor vehicles, according
to observational seat belt
studies.
"Seat belts clearly save
lives. But unfortunately,
too many folks still need
a tough reminder, so we
are going to be out in force
buckling down on those
who are not buckled up,"


Mitchell said. "Wearing
your seat belt costs you
nothing, but not wearing
it certainly will. So unless
you want to risk a ticket
- or worse, your life -
please remember to buck-
le up day and night. Click
It or Ticket."

News Bulletin Editor
Kyle Wright has a slightly
different take on seat belt
use. Read his thoughts on
the Passing Shots blog at
crestviezybulletin.com.


Ic-~


In the last Border Cross-
ings I introduced several
favorite travel guide series.
This week I'll share a
series that didn't quite fit
into my
previ-
ous dis-
course:
the Jetlag
Travel
Guides,
"for the
undis-
cerning
traveller."
Through the Jetlag
series you'll get intimate
glimpses into several fasci-
nating, off-the-beaten-path
and completely fictitious
nations. They are, in fact,
hysterically parodies of
typical travel guidebooks.
The first Jetlag guide,
published in Australia in
2003, visits Molvania in
Eastern Europe, "a land
untouched by modern
dentistry."
In 2004, authors Santa
Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and
Rob Sitch whisked us off
to the exotic Southeast.


BORDER

CROSSINGS
Brian Hughes


Asian nation of Phaic Tin
("sunstroke on a shoe-
string").
Then in 2006 we joined
the trio on a visit to San
Sombrero in Central
America, "a land of carni-
vals, cocktails and coups."
I read Molvania on a
plane ride and disturbed
passengers around me
by laughing out loud and
shaking the row of seats
in convulsions of hysteria.
I've since learned that
Jetlag guides need to be
consumed in small doses
to avoid aching sides a
swollen laugh muscles.
Here's an overview:

Molvania
"Birthplace of the polka
and whooping couch."
Major cities include the
capital Lutenblag, Cist,
Potti, Upchuk, Drizl,
Smogalurt, Stennch and
Bumkrak. Traditional
drink: zeerstum (garlic
brandy).
Dining tip: Go to the
Fzovrezec Steak Cave in


Is your Home Owners Insurance
getting you Down?


Let us pick you up,

with our new

Lwered Rates!



PALM INSURANCE
GROUP INCORPORATED
501 N. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL 32536
682-6199



























* h Ce erti


All hail Molvania!


Sasava on weekends to
hear local folk musicians
play the zamfir, "described
by one visitor as a cross
between a gypsy violin
and a rusty car door."
Crime warning: Beware
of pickpockets at railways
stations.
"If something does go
missing the best thing
to do is look for a Guar-
jda Civilje [civil guard].
Chances are he will be the
person who stole it."
Previews in the back
for (unpublished) Jetlag
guides include Getting
Around the Tofu Islands in
the South Satay Sea, "the
twin islands of Mellaria
and Rumpapumpaam."

Phaic Tan
The inside flap pro-
claims, "Jetlag Travel
would like...to thank the
peace-loving and liberal-
minded people of Phaic
Tan and, in particular, their
government, whose wis-
dom and sound steward-
ship have rightly earned


them the respect of the in-
temational community.
"Now may our editorial
staff and photographer be
released?"
In the capital Bumpat-
tabumpah, "all car horns
have cruise control, set to
go off every 10 seconds."
Useful traveler's phrases
on the inside back flap in-
clude these when you visit
a market:
Chak bual xyong tra-
hok? (Where is the fruit?);
Chak bual suvinihr yuong?
(Where is the souvenir
shop?); and Chak bual mah
pohol? (Where is my wal-
let?),

San Sombrero
iOl! You know you're
off on a fun adventure
when the key to the picto-
grams that describe sights
and services requires sepa-
rate pictograms for "cem-
etery" and "mass grave."
San Sombrero's prov-
inces include Guacom ala
and Polluci6n, in the latter
of which you'll find the


capital, Cucaracha City.
Must-sees: the Tomb of the
Unpaid Soldier in NicotifXo,
and Madame Tussaud's
Brazilian Wax Museum in
the resort of Aquazura.
As for getting around,
the guide warns, "public
transport can.be confusing
as the city displayed on the
front of a bus is often not its
destination but, in fact, the
birthplace of its driver."
Bonus: The pull-out Hot
Guide tells you "what's hot
and what's not" when you
plan your world travels.
First under "Bars & Ca-
fds" is Cafe Condescendo
in Venice, where "getting
in is not hard but getting
served can sometimes
take a day. The bar staff is
renowned as the rudest in
Europe and will make ab-
solutely no attempt to un-
derstand English, despite
the fact that most of them
speak it fluently."
The Jetlag guides are
available on Amazon.com.
Do not try to read them
after recent hernia surgery,
lest you pop your sutures.


www.crestviewbulletin.com





Graduation

is just around the

corner.


Let your special
Graduate know
you care with a
SHappy Ad.
i* 'v ,


Publishes
SMay 31st


Tell your Graduate congratulations with a Happy
Ad in Crestview News Bulletin's 2008 Graduation
section. Cost is $15 for a Happy Ad. The ad includes
18 lines and a photo. If you would like additional
space, each line after 18 is 50� per line.
Deadline to receive all Happy Ads is
May 27th at 5p.m.
Contact.the Crestview News Bulletin at 682-6524
between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to
place your Happy Ad.


C R I. S T V I VSample Ad


News Bulletin 682-6524
S295 W. James Lee Blvd.


I :; LVIt; V 'CUVO L.U IULI


�-


-










'SATURDAY, MAY 17,2008 COMMUNITY Crestview News Bulletin 5


UP ON

THE HILL
Estelle Rogers


Honoring the Citizen of the Year


It was a beautiful eve-
ning as Sybil Harrison
spoke in her gentle voice
to officials and friends in
the Laurel Hill council
chambers May 8. She
expressed graceful ac-
ceptance for the plaque
and honor given posthu-
-mously to her husband,
John Harrison.
Council Chairman Vi-
zell Robbins spoke from
his heart of days spent
as a boy in the presence
of a young John Har-
rison, continuing into
later years hearing words
from a wise older man.
Pastor McVay expressed
his appreciation of one
of his church members
and neighbors. Mayor
Dunn presented a plaque


to Sybil with encourage-
ment to use the key to the
city at any time. She said
the children would ap-
preciate the plaque and
she wished John could be
present to respond.
* If you don't know
Crista Shepheard from
the Laurel Hill Hobo
Video store, you will meet
her when you pay your
water bill. We are happy
to have her smiling face
and receive her warm
greetings from behind the
desk as Laurel Hill City
Water Clerk.
* Neighbors in Laurel
Hill live a quiet, peace-
ful life beyond the public
scenes of the council
chambers, where freedom
of speech is a privilege.


The report of city clerk
Barbara Foley revealed
the savings of several
thousand dollars in the
tax department. She was
praised by the mayor *
and city manager and ap-
plauded by those attend-
ing the meeting.
* The search for a
council member replace-
ment continues in the
small-town fashion of
wishing and speaking
out. Thankfully, there are
people on board in a race
to see Laurel Hill grow
and prosper. Laurel Hill
is an unbeatable place to
live amidst a noisy world
in turmoil. Citizens strive
for peace in individual
ways.
* We enjoy the country


rides to Akers of Straw-
berries in Baker for home-
made shortcake beneath
scoops of strawberry
yogurt and fresh-picked
strawberries!
The picnic benches
have been replaced with
comfortable tables and
chairs to sit and relax
while enjoying the sweet
berries and yogurt. You
may choose a labor of
love by picking your
berries or shop from the
crated berries at the coun-
ter. The trip is always a
sweet time.
* Fred and Roma Lee
Henderson are tilling the
old home place soil. Fred
worked in his father's
garden in about the same
spot that he tills in 2008.


The turnip and mustard
patch is producing, and
later he will have the best
of every vegetable grow-
ing and producing. What
an amazing man! When
we hear the sound of his
lawn mower and other
equipment, we know
Fred is having a good
day.
* Brides-to-be shop-
ping for wedding dresses
must check out My Sis-
ter's Closet consignment
shop in Kellie's Plaza,
across from Moulton's
Pharmacy. You will find
new wedding dresses at
half price. Owner Cyn-
thia Harris is delighted
to offer these beautiful
gowns, veils and purses
at great prices. You will


enjoy a visit with Cynthia
regardless of your cloth-
ing and accessory needs.
For more information call
683-9400.
* Hilltoppers will gath-
er at the Laurel Hill Grill
on Tuesday at 11 a.m.
Local ladies are invited
to attend this dutch treat
lunch and bring.a friend
for a time of fellowship.
No admission fee, no
rules or regulations here.
The only serious require-
ment is a Laurel Hill
smile and happy attitude.
See, I am coming soon;
my reward is with me, to re-
pay according to everyone's
work. I am the Alpha and
the Omega, the first and the
last, the beginning and the
end. Revelation 22:12


Teachers triumph in tug of war
The teachers took them down! Baker's fifth-grade teachers
defeated Principal Tom Shipp (front left) and School
Resource Officer Charles Kye (front right) in a "fair and
square" tug-of-war during the school's fifth-grade Field
Day on. May 9. The teachers, from left, are Annette Loyd,
Andrea Brown, Sheryl Sharp, Jean Liles and Lorna Carnley.


Special to the News Bulletin


Food drive stamps out hunger
I.. - .. Above, Suzi Smith (from
-- ---left), Jaclyn Welle, Cinamon
Badger, Jane Kelly and
Jennifer Hinton-Romfro
volunteered during the U.S.
Postal Service's Stamp Out
Hunger Food Drive May 10.
S.The Crestview Post Office
S collected 22,500 pounds
S"- of food. At left, Rick Kuka
shows his truck full of food.
Special to the News Bulletin

Baker Chorus sings at Disney World
The Baker High School Chorus took to the Walt Disney
World Resort stage April 10-11 during the fourth annual
Festival Disney. During the event, the performers
participated in adjudicated performances, personalized
feedback clinics and a high-energy awards ceremony.
Ensembles from as far away as Japan packed their
sheet music, instruments, flags and dance shoes to
travel to the Walt Disney World to take part in the
largest single site Disney-produced music festival.
Special to the News Bulletin


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Officer Len Steinmeier has his sergeant's
badge pinned on by his wife, Jennifer.


CPD officer promoted


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Police Officer
Len Steinmeier was pro-
moted to sergeant during
a brief ceremony Wednes-
day morning.
"I guess I'll just take this
and give you a gold one,"
joked Police Chief Brian
Mitchell as he relieved
Steinmeier of his previous
silver badge.
Then Steinmeier's wife,
Jennifer, who is expecting
the couple's first child any
day, pinned on his new.
badge.


Afterwards his fellow
officers teased the new
sergeant.
"Don't you know not to
let a pregnant woman hold
a sharp, pointed object?"
joked Lt. Joseph Floyd.
"That's why I'm wear-
ing my bulletproof vest
under my shirt," Stein-
meier deadpanned back.
Steinmeier began his
police career as a dispatch-
er, going to active patrol
duty in May 2007.

Congratulate Sgt. Stein-
meier by posting a comment
at crestviewbulletin.com.


New Installations
Pump Outs - Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirt* Land Clearing

Serving
Okaloosa * Walton * Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years!
BBB
-T-


S.jrr








S . ... . . : i % o

- natih



... ...... uic
ara/ A/eses c cus/ t
face



Downtown Office
302 N. Wilsqn Street
'Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


von i pe I .p, annr swelte1rlng summer in me nouie. spena It In r.',l
Olympilc Sze Swimmilng Pool tfo ne great low plc"e for the summer
* Pioor O''.?,-, U'. irI c .:ln:i permlnlegiIr
L.,,.-j, plrl JA o AY
* In... ,ic iu. r ui2 ' p .: t, :, I i --In -..
- A r,�.. , .l p i,1, d m s, ,n,,'-,.. .
* ... p l ll < I, . . ..;. , J
Fr.,i..,. k,,-P, i...a 5240.00 (850) 682-2012
w w . I - ." , ,-, 11 , - . . r '


races o


RMfATIONAL BANMK
OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC
..-ur Hometown Banik Sinc' 156f

a\ "Hello" to Sarah Kincses, a friendly face at the Downtown
Office Motor Bank. Sarah has worked for First National Bank
rcs[t ew for 3 years and is the Motor Bank supervisor. A Holt
e. and a graduate of Baker School, Sarah also attends the
erity of West Florida working toward a degree in education.
n ask what she likes most about working at First National, she
kh replied, "I enjoy working at the bank because of my great
nmers and co-workers." Come by arid visit Saralh, a friendly
and a Hometown Girl at your Hometown Bank.


Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


Southside C)ffice
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111,


Let Us Raise Old Glory
p= , At Your House!
There are seven times a year when flying our flag is the *
perfect way to show your family's patriotic spirit.
* Memorial Day (May),
* Flag Day (June)
* Independence Day (July)
* Labor Day (through September 11th)
SVeterans Day'(November)
* Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January)
SPresidents' Day (February)
MASONIC CENTER CHARITIES can make it easy for you
to do this! Forjust $35 per year, we will install a permanent
in-ground base for your flag. Then, just before each listed day,
we will install a 3x5 foot, sewn flag (not printed) on a metal
pole in front of your home and take it down afterwards.
The modest $35 a year supports numerous children's
programs throughout the greater Crestview area.
Act Now! Call Joe Hobart at (850) 689-0272 or
James Moore at (850) 689-1603 to order your flag.
(MASONIC CENTER CHARITIES
'A partnership between Concord Lodge #50
and the York Rite Bodies
Seri9g the Greater (retwiewv Area


Cameron Ainsworth

,T--.- I-/d I/.-v7e ,ated
z/, } at /ed
O/-) ., ; ;oq/ / / e 8

^*^^ ^^ oL dep5


\DaddV
\6^.---~


An account for family expenses has been setup for
Cameron Ainsworth at Eglin Federal Credit Union.
Please make payable to JohnnyT. Ainsworth.
_ ,


'SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008 COMMUNITY


Crestview News Bulletin [5


I


\









6 I cresiview News sull n


LOCAL


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008


Trimm honored for children's book


HOLT - One thing any
retired educator will tell
you is you can never stop
educating.
Trina Trimm didn't even
try after she and her fam-
ily retired to Holt after a
25-year career in St. Lucie
County schools.
"I dabbled," said Trimm.
"I didn't want the educa-
tion part to go away."
She started volunteering
in local schools, writing les-
son plans and helping out
in classrooms.
A strong proponent of
parents reading with their
young children, Trimm's
work ultimately led to the
publication of her book
Country Kids.
Trimm's 45-page book
was recently noticed by
The Just For Mom Founda-
tion, which awarded Coun-
try Kids its coveted Mom's
Choice Award.


"The Mom's Choice
Awards honor excellence
in family-friendly media,
products and services," the
foundation said in a release.
Country Kids' pages
are filled with delightful,
engaging stories of typical
north county young 'uns,
modeled on her own sec-
ond- and third-graders
and their friends. They're
the perfect sorts of stories
moms and dads can read to
their kids.
They don't stop there.
After each chapter are
"learning links," activities
for kids related to the story.
Links are supplemented
with tips on how parents
can help their children
learn from the story by put-
ting language arts, math
and science to practical ap-
plications.
"These are everyday
activities that parents can


do," Trimm said. "They
hardly cost anything, and
it gives them an academic
focus."
Trimm pointed out a
common problem when
parents read with their
child: the conversation
ends after the parent fin-
ishes reading the book to
the child.
"Most parents don't
know how to extend the
conversation after the book
is over," Trimm said.
The learning links in
Country Kids demonstrate
what Trimm calls "text-to-
world," or applying what
was gleaned from the story
to the real world.
"Hopefully, the idea is
that after you read the four
little chapters here, you can
do this with any book,"
Trimm said. "The results
are better grades at school
and better scores on tests."


TREE continued from 1


It will feature comput-
ers with Internet access
and a small library. Trimm
envisions hosting lectur-
ers and presentations
open to the community.
Holt Academy's
childcare service will be
open from 5 a.m. to 11
p.m.-and will accommo-
date parents who work
shift work. The evening
hours will also allow
later use of the learning
center.
A focal point of Holt
Academy is the mighty
old oak tree outside.
"We built the build-
ing to fit the tree," Trimm
laughed.
The first time .she set
eyes on the towering tree,
Trimm envisioned groups
of children gathered
beneath its spreading
branches to read. It in-


COUNTRY KIDS
* Trina Trimm s award-
winning book Country Kids
is available at r.; Teacher's
Desk, 625 N Ferdon Blvd.,
1850l 682-763i , and at
Arnazon corn.


HOLT ACADEMY
* Holt A'cadrjem will tie
open soon Fo:r informa-
tion call 1850) 305-6349 or
e-mail Trinao@Ho:lLAcadermy.
Scorn. Go Gophers!


stantly became the Read-
ing Tree.
At its base the Trimms
and their partner, Lori
Miller, have built a deck,
which can also double as
a performance stage.


Through her Country
Kids book, her acad-
emy and its learning cen-
ter, Trina Trimm continues
her passion for providing
educational opportunities
for families.


S Year Interest Guarantee
SAFE MONEY!


















S Year Surrender Charge Period 8, 7, 6, 51/2, 41/2%.
Liquidity Features:
Penalty-free interest withdrawals available immediately.*

Product Features:
* Tax Deferred Growth
* Full contract value at death of annuitant
* 5 Year Interest Guarantee
* 5 Year Surrender Charge Period 8, 7, 6, 51/2, 41/2%.
* After 5 year guarantee period, minimum guaranteed rate is
2.50%for contracts issued in 2008. IRS penaltyfor withdrawals
before 59 1/2.

Lamar Deese Call Today!
Lundy and Bowers 888-284-3090 or 830-2954
Financial Services 296 S. Ferdon Blvd., Ste 34
lamardeese@lundyandbowers.com Crestview, FL 32539
Rate eftil 05/05/8O and subject to ch�agel tlhout dlch ge illoult notice Issued by Libert B iaker Life Ins Company *Mlinunum montll
interesis 10000 $1 S ,O0 minimum purchmae fxceas wthdralva shet to mr lue adllustme m nFromi # Bankersl unier Ot07
LBL-08-26


Friday, May 23
8 a.m. - Golf tournament
at Foxwood Country Club.
7 p.m. - Alumni Night
Fellowship at Carver-Hill
Community Center (Class
of 1968 Hosting)

Saturday, May 24
9 a.m. - Parade lineup


10 a.m. - Parade
11 a.m. - Opening and
dedication ceremony for
Allen Park (formerly known
as Fairview Park)
11:30 a.m. - Softball
tournament
* Other activities
through the day (times will
be posted at the park): sack


races, horseshoe pitching,
May pole wrapping, step
show, praise teams, musical
entertainment, and car show
parade.

Sunday, May 25
6 p.m. - Annual gospel
concert at Macedonia Baptist
Church in Crestview.


PRINCIPAL continued from 1


initial reaction when you
found out you had been
selected as Bob Sikes' new
principal?
GM: "I got phone call at
1 o'clock (the day the hire
was announced) and (Dr.
Tibbetts) told me she would
be recommending me. I
thought it was a phone call
about something else, and I
didn't put two and two to-
gether until I got on phone
with her. I went through.
several interviews and I'm
what you would consider a
young administrator, so I'm
very excited about this op-
portunity."
CNB: What is your


overall philosophy as an
educator?
GM: "When I was a
child I spent one year
building a tree house. I can
remember every board I cut
and every nail I nailed. That
experience sums up my
philosophy. I believe if chil-
dren enjoy an experience,
they are going to remember
it. My philosophy is to get
into activities that give kids
positive experiences and
help them get into careers
that they are interested in.
They mightbe young to
think about careers, but we
can point them in the right
direction."


CNB: What is your mes-
sage to the students and
teachers who will be at
Bob Sikes next year?
GM: "I believe it's go-
ing to be a great fit at Bob
Sikes because it has a great
faculty in a great commu-
nity. I plan on working with
the community and faculty
hand-in-hand and taking
steps forward. I'm not one
of those leaders who comes
in dictating what we're go-
ing to do. I'm a big believer
in collaborative work. If
work we work together
to do that, we'll do great
things."


KEY LIM\E HOMES
yourr key to quality and volue'


Walsh Glen Estates

Starting $185,000

SKey Lime Homes latest 18 lot . _
development. Cottage living
south of 1-10. large lots up to 5
acres
SOpen floor plans
* Tile floors
* Granite kitchen countertops
* Custom wood cabinets
* Natural Gas Appliances and -
fireplace 1 '
* Landscaped yard w/zoned
Irrigation system


^.*iirf"71;L-".^. !'.. / .. .,
S10 yr. supplemental warranty
* 1 year builder warranty 4"



Shadow Pines
Starting $230 000

* All brick
* Granite contertops
* Custom wood cabinets
* Large tiles in kitchen,
r $own bathrooms, and utility room
*i Fully landscaped yard with
SI zoned Irrigation system
* 10 yr. supplemental warranty
* 1 year builder warranty

... ...'.


i Shadow
E+ Pines

PJ Aams st. Marks United
-- (- Methodist Church
t Walsh
Glen Estates- -


Both Locations Conveniently
Located South of 1-10

897-4663
www.keylimehomes.net
License #CBC040879 203W


enDarren Panee, MD





Board (krtofied
Son & CDirecortaract NicllSpecialist











*Over 25 Years
S Experience





National Leader
i Painless No-Stitch
Darren Payne, MD
Board Certified



Sgeon Cataract Secialist rge

3,S in Pailess No-Stitch

* A Kind and
Friendly Way


Lee Mullis, MD
Board Certified
Eye, i , .. ,' & Surgeon


The Friendly & Caring Staff



We Specialize in the Diagnosis
and Treatment ofEye Conditions
Associated with Aging, including:
* Cataracts
* Droopy Eye Lids
* Glaucoma

* Retina Problems


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE

Call for an appointment

. . I : .


MA ,SYDA*aCi


Earn up to 5.25% APY with Summit Checking
PLUS get monthly relunds for ATM fees nationwide" and free Bill Pay.
Open an account today to keep your money at peak performance.
Monthly Account Requirements
You must complete all of the . '.: activities in each statement cycle:
I -.''.' , 0'.*'T" , ,, , 0,00 h ', ,
,- - , i, I - . I ,1 '. r - ,


E X;. E E I ' E P E T T Ij 3 . E . E R: D -.Y
5 l r j.: E 1 , 0 .. :
F, 5 '' ,,. ' .'.S C0 " .-. ,.'.-, . . -,t L . c :. rr,


%J I Uftj,5L�it:;VV IIJ"VVO JUIIL�i


.' I h e F i n e s t i n E Y E C A R E









SATURDAYMAY 1720 8


SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin 7


,,A IU -I U TI I I /, CUUU









-SK

On the


STube . . .


May 17
NASCAR Collector - SPEED @ 7 a.m.
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR RaceDay - SPEED @ 3 p.m.
NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race XXIV - SPEED @ 6 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 10 p.m.
May 19
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 4:30 p.m.
May 22
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 11 a.m.
Nationwide Series Practice - SPEED @ noon
NASCAR Live - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 4:30 p.m.
Nationwide Final Practice - SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 6 p.m.
May 23
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
May 24
Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Ohio 250 - SPEED @ noon
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
NASCAR Live - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice - SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Nationwide Countdown - ESPN2 @, 6 p.m.
Nationwide Carquest Auto Parts 300 - ESPN2 @ 6:30 p.m.
NASCAR Performance - SPEED @ 9:30 p.m.
May 25
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR Race Day - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Sprint Cup Pre-Race Show on FOX - FOX @ 4 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Coac-Cola 600 - FOX @ 4:30 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane -'SPEED @ 10 p.m.


The Next Lap


([ Nationwide/

May 25 May 24 .May 24 Jiune 7
Charlntte Charlotte Mansfield Pocono


Coca-Cola Carquest
600 300


Andretti


have sea
John Andretti will
attempt to qualify for his
ninth Indianapolis 500 in the
#24 Roth Racing car.
Andretti, who started 24th
and finished 30th last year in
a Panther Racing-prepared
car in his first Indy 500 since
1994, will replace Jay
Howard in the seat for the
race. Howard, the 2006
Firestone Indy Lights cham-
pion, passed the Rookie
Orientation Program earlier
in the week and practiced
May 6. He has finishes of
22nd, 14th, 13th and 13th in
IndyCar Series races this sea-
son. "As a result of the days
lost due to weather, and los-
ing our chief engineer (David
Cripps) days before the start
of this month, we found our-
selves behind the 8-ball,"
team president Margaret

McCumbee a

set to fill in.fc

Petty Enterprises on
Tuesday announced its driver
lineup for the No. 45 Dodge
for the races beginning with
the June 1 event at Dover
through the July 12 race at
Chicago.
Kyle Petty is scheduled
to step away from the car at
Dover to attend his daughter's
wedding. Petty also will


On the

Bubble

Driver: Dave Blaney
Owner: Bill Davis
Points: 824
Points out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 18


Place
33
34
35
36
37
38


Owner
Michael Waltrip
Teresa Earnhardt
Bill Davis
Roger Penske
Jeffery Moorad
Felix Sabates


D

R
D
S
J.
S


I^EH
4sI'r'


SS , ..-..



Dale Earnhardt Jr. took center stage in 2000 at the event his father was used to dominating. Earnhardt Jr. charged from the back
of the pack and passed Dale jarrett with two laps remaining to win the race. His victory was the first by a Raybestos Rookie of
the Year candidate. Earnhardt Jr. had won at Texas Motor Speedway a month before the all-star event to become eligible.
Photos by Harold Hinson/HHP Images




Stars in Charlotte


Ohio Pocono
250 200


looks to


t at Indy
Roth said. "John brings with ,. .
him a wealth of experience,
which can help us build two
competitive cars for the 500..
Jay will be back at .
Milwaukee. He has our full
support. . ..
He's a Michael Waltrip made
g r e a t first driver to win the
driver." preliminary qualifying
" I . .. end with no wins in 309
want to '; ifying race, earning the
feel it out NASCAR Sprint All-Star
a little ' Earnhardt and Terry I
bit, and checkered flag.
see what T 1
weo can Track I
Andretti Andretti i F cts

the way to pit lane for the tail L Fa i
end of practice before quali-
fications for the first 11 spots
in the 33-car field. He topped
220 mph on three laps.

nd Labonte

or Kyle Petty

return to the broadcasting
booth to cover the Sprint Cup 2007
races for TNT, which begin WINNER
June 8 at Pocono. Kevin
Petty will return when the Harvick
series makes its annual mid-
summer trek to Indianapolis. :'W :
Chad McCumbee will
Harvicl
bookend Petty's hiatus by get-
ting behind the wheel at
Dover and Chicago.

-





. .i After Dodge Challeng
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Jeff Burton
Dave Blaney 3. Dale Eamhardt Jr.
)river Points 4. Denny Hamlin
Aichael Waltrip 851 5. Clint Bowyer
.egan Smith 835 6. Jimmie Johnson
)ave Blaney 824 7. Car Edwards
am Hornish, Jr. 806 8. Tony Stewart
.J. Yeley 730 9. Kevin Harvick
sterling Marlin 690 10. Jeff Gordon


A.










Race. A last-lap incident between Dale
- t llwd Wltrip t tk th






history in 1996 when he became the
All-Star race by transferring in from a
race. Waltrip, who entered the week-
career starts, finished fifth in the qual-
20th and final starting position in the
Race. A last-lap incident between Dale
Labonte allowed Waltrip to take the


k


ger 500
Behind
Leader
-79
-134
-190
-200
-248
-290
-293
-294
-364


After Diamond Hill 200


Driver
Clint Bowyer
Kyle Busch
Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
Mike Bliss
David Ragan
Brad Keselowski
Jason Leffler
Mike Wallace
David Stremme


Behind
Leader
-112
-150
-168
-195
-158
-219
-260
-355
-413


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.comn
What will be the news
from the 24th annual
NASCAR Sprint All-Star
Race with drivers battling it
out for the winners share of
over $1-million?
Seventeen drivers are
automatically entered due to
wins in 2007 or 2008, while
four are past champions -
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Mark
Martin - or of the series -
Bobby Labonte and Dale
Jarrett - within the last 10
years.
Two will get in via the
NASCAR Sprint Showdown,
a 40-lap preliminary race for
series competitors and one
will get in via fan votes like -
Ken Schrader (2004), Martin
Truex Jr. (2005), Kyle Petty
(2006) or Kenny Wallace last
season.
Ironically the only driver
to win after racing the qualifi-
er was Michael Waltrip back
in 1996 when he drove for the
Wood Brothers.
This year's preliminary
race could be even more
interesting as Sam Hornish,
Jr., and Dario Franchitti are
expected to drive, but that is


After O'Reilly Auto Parts 250


Driver
Ron Hornaday
Rick Crawford
Todd Bodine
Dennis Setzer
Johnny Benson
Kyle Busch
Matt Crafton
Chad McCumbee
Jack Sprague
Ted Musgrave


Behind
Leader
-61
-71
-109
-109
-130
-136
-142
-146
-148


not what has made the All-
Star race so exciting.
The lore of the event
could have started with Dale
Earnhardt's "Pass in the
Grass" of Bill Elliott in 1987,
Davey Allison celebrating his
S1992 win on his way to the
hospital after a crash as he
passed Kyle Petty for the win,
or how about Dale Earnhardt,
Jr., winning in 2000 to
become the first rookie to
ever win.
While the Rocket, Ryan
\\Newman is looking to
defend his title at the end of
four 25-lap segments, Kyle
Busch could be the favorite.
Busch who is the
youngest driver in NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series history to
win a race with his 2005 fin-
ish at Auto Club Speedway is
now the youngest driver to
ever win at Darlinigton and if
he takes the checkered flag at
Saturday's Sprint All-Star
event would make him the
youngest at this event, eclips-
ing the mark held by Jeff
Gordon as the youngest by
nine months and three days.
But don't forget about
Dale Jarrett, who will be
making his final career start.


ARCA.^



After Kentucky 150
Driver Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse,Jr. Leader
2. Frank Kimmel -5
3. John Wes Townley -45
4. Matt Carter -50
5. Tom Hessert Ill -70
6. Scott Speed -125
7. Justin Allgaier -135
8. Patrick Sheltra -150
9. Ken Butler III -200
10. Tayler Malsam -225


HERITAGE continued from 10


JM: "We actually
found a hole without
marshes, and I'd have to
say No. 10 is my favorite
hole so far."


No. 11
No. 11, a downhill par
5, seems to play shorter
-han the listed 503 yards


and is a definite birdie
hole for a good golfer.


No. 16
No. 16 also might be
the most difficult hole
on the course. A par 4
measuring 398 yards, this
hole requires the preci-
sion of a surgeon if you


hope to come away with
a birdie.


Thoughts
from the clubhouse
There's no doubt Her-
itage Plantation makes
a strong first impression
on golfers of every skill
level.


JM: "I definitely say
it's a very nice course
and probably one of the
most challenging cours-
es I've ever played. I'd
say that you need to
spend a lot of time on
the range and get your
shot straight before you
come out here, because
it will steal your balls."


RD: "You do have
to hit it straight because
the fairways are narrow
with a lot of obstacles
to take your balls. It
is a challenging course
and in pretty good
shape."
JM: "This course is
made for a tournament-
type player, especially


if you are playing from
the back tees. I think
even for a very skilled,
low-handicap player,
it's very challenging as
well."

Post your thoughts after
your first round at Heritage
Plantation at crestviewbul-
letin.com n


Backstretch: 1,360 feet / 5�

240 24


Turn 4
240




FrontstretcWh: 1952 feet / 5a
Turn 4




4 0 '


Frontstretch: 1,952 feet/ 50

. .- .. . .. .


Turn 2
24�








Turn 1
24�


;nyiijllLLrr:'�6:









8 I C tview News Bulletin


DECLASSIFIED


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008


I resLVIUVV IJU-VV DUlI

. ;. -..,.,,.-. "K . - .. ,. .


ANNOU NCEMENTS





MERCHANDISE CH DI S

A Rik ..., - ..


o: .- : .

f�;-


.' - ? '._ *. . .- - ; . .
- . '-.



SASK. A


p SUPE
li * ;!l " aj.it-
B'-'.I' ^"^i ,'fi
. c':k; ^.. K


EMPLOYMENT





'BUSINESS & FINANCIAL


all


REAL ESTATE





'AUTOMAR1INERV


(


....... B . ............ .

iffEB>ri^2� Cro &[uXD3 [kD |[''

^m ^HIBP^- i8 .^s/ __ _ ^^


Legal # 100381
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.:
07-CP-1544 C
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN
H. WACHOLZ,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION
The administration of the
estate . of John H.
Wacholz, deceased, File
Number 07-CP-1544 C,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview Florida
32436, 850-689-5000.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and that
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All persons upon wham
this notice is served who
have objections that chal-
lenge the validity of the
will, the qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive venue, or jurisdiction
of the Court are required
to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.


All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against' the
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
the first publication of this
notice must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims against the
estate of the decedent
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 10, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
RYAN MYNARD
RYAN M. MYNARD, AT-
TORNEY AT LAW, P.A.
POST OFFICE BOX 249
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
32536
Tele phone
:850-683-3940
Facsimile 850-689-8630
Florida Bar No.
0150185
Personal Representative:
Vianney Tuly
108 Golf Course Drive
Crestview, Florida
32536
05/17/08
05/24/08


NEW rIJIAY NEW IJDAY


BUYING
Riding mowers, tractors,
or equipment running or
no. 850-830-7747





Childcare
Reg. In home daycare.
Now has 2 openings.
Ages 6 weeks to 5 yrs.
old. Call for info. @
6824141





Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
house/apartment. Free
Estimates. Ref's
398-6230

Take a Break &
Call Carefree Services
to clean your home.
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678





A-1 Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs
Replacements, Sidewalks
Bobcat Work. Free est.
685-7852


Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete7
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383


Construction
Q-B Construction Land
Clearing.
No job to small.
Reasonable Rates
850-305-8000



NW FL Land Clearing
Comm. & Res. Site Dev.,
Subdivisions, Fill Dirt, Lot
Clearing, Lic./lns.
682-6317/978-2142

hh- �

Assistance with
Cooking, cleaning, runn-
ing errands, hospital
companion, family re-
ports in Crestview area
Avail Mon, Tues & Wed.
Contact Rachelle Adams
398-8309





-- SPECIAL
HANDYMAN
No job too small. 15
years experienced. Li-
censed and insured.
850-902-2222




Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms


Legal # 100382
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07-CA-524-C DIVI-
SION: CIVIL
COMPASS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CYNTHIA MEEK p/k/a
CYNTHIA M. ROTH and
LAWRENCE D. MEEK,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Jane Baril
13304 N.E. 93rd Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98662
(Last Known Address)
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
OkaloosaCountyy, Flor-
ida:


on or before June 9,
2008, and file theoriai-
nal with the Clerk of tFis
Court either before serv-
ice on the Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default
will be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint
or petition.
Dated on the 28 day of
April, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
05/10/08
05/17/08
Legal # 100384
NOTICE OF AUCTION
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Advance
Storage, Inc located at
5180 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to the hi hest
bidder the household'and
other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to


LOT 11, BLOCK Arecover the rents not paid
NORTH LAKES by the tenants.
PHASE I ACCORD-
ING VO PLATAdvance Storage I
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 16, Eugene Slater
PAGE 98, IN THE OF- unit C 39
FICE OF THE CLERK
OF CIRCUIT COURT Tony Jones
O KA L O O S X unitC 120
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Amparo Cabrera
And which postal ad- unit H31
dress is:
122 Tranuilit Dr. The sale shall take place
Crestview,9 Forida on May 17 2008 at
32536. 9:00-10.00 a.m. at Ad-
3 6 vance Storage:
has been filed against /i
you and you are required 05/14/08
to serve a copy of your 05/17/08
written defenses, if any,-
to it on Mark J. Home, Le-al # 100385
the Plaintiff's attorney Legal # 100385
whose address is 72o Notice of Sale
Blackstone Building Jack- Puuant to FL St
sonville, Florida, 32202 Pursuant to FL St


NEW rIOJAY
G/J Lawn Care
For all your lawns needs.
Bush Hogginq also.
978-0016 or 537-3335.
McMillin's Lawn Serv
Responsible Lawn Service
from a Dependable Teen
Mow & clean yard, wed
eat, edge & blow debris.
Free E't. Licensed. Call
Bobby or Tim
682-3654
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed
and insured. 537-4419
References Available




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

Ro-7--


Going on Vaca-
tion? Need a house
sitter? Call BJ.
546-0144/398-5367
References


Outdoor Contracting.
Professional tree &
stump removal. Licensed
& insured. 398-1169




NEW TODAY
Quality Tree Service
No job to small.
Reasonable rates
850-546-1219







TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, ar-
ages, portable she's,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Dbl carport only $695
(850 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 2064008


NEW TrOAY


Travel for Less
Get great deals on
Travel, flowers
Sporting-events, shoes,
Randy Batson's concert tickets, Cars, and
Lawn & Tractor golf packages Visit:
Work, www.traveloutlet.name
Bushhogging, Move dirt, and book today, call
Clear underbrush, & (850)682-4280.
Small Tractor Work. Ask how you can save up
Lic/Ins. 850 to 60% off of your trav-
537-3835/546-1283 ell


OKALOOSA County,
713.585, Auto Lien & Florida:
Recovery, Inc. w/Power
of Attorney, will sell the LOT 13, BLOCK C
following vehicles to the, CARIBBEAN VILLAGE
highest bidder to satisfy SOUTH AT BLUE
lien. All auctions held WATER BAY UNIT II,
with reserve, as is where ACCORDING TO THE
is, Cash or Certified PLAT THEREOF AS
funds. Inspect 1 week RECORDED IN PLAT
prior at LIENOR facility BOOK 7 PAGE 79,
Interested parties call OF THE UBLIC REC-
954 893-0052. ORDS OF
Sale date 06-12-8 @ O K A L OO S A
10:00 am at Lienors Fa- COUNTY, FLORIDA
cility. Auction will occur
where each vehicle is Io- has been filed against
cated under License ou and you are required
AB0000538. Be ad- bo serve a copy of your
vised that owner or lien written defenses if any,
holder has a right to a on. or before June 17,
hearing prior to the 2008. on Florida Default
scheduled date of sale by Law Group, P.L.,
filing with the Clerk of Plaintiff's attorney, whose
Courts. Owner/ address is 9119 Corpo-
Lien holder may recover rate Lake Drive, Suite
vehicle without instituting 300 Tampa, Florida
judicial proceedings by 33634 and file the origi-
posting bond as per F nal with this Court either
Stat 559.917; 25% before , service on
buyer premium addi- Plaintiff's attorney or im-
tional. Net proceeds in mediately thereafter; oth-
excess of lien amount will erwise a default will be
be deposited with the entered against you for
Clerk of Court the relief demanded in
#OKAE347 lien amt the Complaint or petition.
$4447.92 1994 NIS-
SAN 4D vin# WITNESS my hand and
1N4BU31D2RC223030 the seal of this Court on
lienors: D &D AUTO this 12 day of May,
SPORTS 733 Edge 2008.
Street, Walton Beach
850-243-1500 DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Court
OKAE357 lien amt. By: Kathy Henley
$3082.00 1995 Ford As DepuFyClerk
SW vin#
1FA P57U25A265150 IMPORTANT
lienor: WEBB'S TRANS- In accordance with the
MISSIONS INC. 307 Americans with Disabili-
Racetrack Rd. NW, Fort ties Act, persons with dis-
Walton Beach abilities needing special
850-862-1824 accommodation to partic-
Auto Lien & Recovery ipate in this proceeding
Experts, Inc.. should contact Curt Ad-
PO Box 813578 ministration at 101 James
Hollywood, FL Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
33081-0000 view, FL, 32536-3515;
(954)893-0052 telephone number
850-689-5000, Exten-
05/17/08 . sion 7497, prior to the
proceedin'. or Shalimar
50-651-7497
Legal # 100386 IMPORTANT
IN THE CIRCUIT In accordance with the
COURT OF THE FIRST Americans with Disabili-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ties Act, persons with dis-
AND FOR abilities needing special
OKALOOSA accommodation to partic-
COUNTY, FLORIDA ipate in this proceeding
CIVIL ACTION CASE should contact Court Ad-
NO.: ministration at 1250 N.
46-2008-CA-1750 S Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
DIVISION: FILE NUM- Fl. 32579; telephone
BER F08023736 number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
U.S. BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS. 05/17/08
TRUSTEE FOR J.P. MOR- 05/24/08
GAN MORTGAGE AC- L l #
QUISITION CORP. Legal # 100387
2005-OPT1 ASSET
B A C K E D PUBLIC NOTICE
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES AlItel Corporation is'pro-
2005-OPT1, posing to build a 136-
Plaintiff, taoot Self- Sup-
portTelecommunicationss
vs. Tower Southwest of
Barnes Road, Crestview,
COURTNEY SWITZER Fl. 32536. Public com-
A/K/A COURTNEY J. ments regarding potential
SWITZER, et al, effects from this site on
Defendant(s). historic properties may
be submitted within 30
NOTICE OF ACTION days from the date of this
publication to Donna
TO: COURTNEY Gosne , Wireless Proj-
SWITZER A/K/A ects, Environmental Re-
COURTNEY J. SWITZER sources Management,
LAST KNOWN AD- 498 Wando Park, Suite
DRESS: 306 CURACAO 100 Mount Pleasant, SC
WAY NICEVILLE, FL 29464. e-mail:
32578 public comments@dotrigt
fele#f -843-416-1221.
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN 05/17/08
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES LEGAL # 120034
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER NOTICE OF ACTION
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN- BEFORE THE DEPART-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- MENT OF BUSINESS
ANT(S) WHO ARE AND PROFESSIONAL.
NOT KNOWN TO BE REGULATION IN RE:
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN- The license to prac-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD twice Real Estate of: Law-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER rence Duane Meek Jr
SAID UNKNOWN Case No. 2007052772,
PARTIES MAY CLAIM 122 Tranquility Ln.
AN INTEREST AS Crestview, FL 32536.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- The Department of Busi-
VISEES, GRANTEES, ness and Professional
OR OTHER CLAIM- Regulation has filed an
ANTS Administrative Complaint
against you a copy of
LAST KNOWN AD- which may be obtained
DRESS: UNKNOWN by contacting the Divi-
sion of Real Estate, 400
CURRENT ADDRESS: W. Robinson St., Suite
UNKNOWN N-801, Orlando, Florida
32801, (407)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 481-5632. If no contact
an action to foreclose a has been made by June
mortgage on the,follow- 21, 2008 the matter of
ing property in the Administrative Com-
S roplaint will be presented


at an ensuing meeting
before the Department otF
Business and Professional
Regulation's Florida Real
Estate Commission in an
informal proceeding.
05/10/2008
05/17/2008
05/24/2008
05/31/2008


LEGAL # 120039
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2007CA004241S DI-
VISION: FILE NO:
F07030631
HSBC BANK USA NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR SARM
2004-12,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GWENDOLYN D.
HAVLIK, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GWENDOLYN D.
HAVLIK
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4337 NESBIN
DRIVE KENNESAW, GA
30144
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, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS


for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or peti-
tion. This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 12 day
of May, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kathy Henley
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group PL. PO. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(85 )689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
(850)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.
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
F[, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/17/2008
05/24/2008

LEGAL # 120041
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACflON CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-
000957 DIVISION:
FILE NO:F08009394


LAST KNOWN AD- THE BANK .OF NEW
DRESS: UNKNOWN YORK AS TRUSTEE
CURRENT ADDRESS: FOR THE CERTIFI-
UNKNOWN CATEHOLDERS CWL,
INC. ASSET-BACKED
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that CERTIFICATES, SERIES
an action to foreclose a 20010,
mortgage on the follow- Plaintiff,
ing property in
ORALOOSA County, VS,,.
Florida:
THE CONDOMINIUM RICKY ROBERTS, et
PARCEL KNOWN AS al,
APARTMENT UNIT Dhfndant(s)
1056, OF SHORELINE '"nl
TOWERS CONDO- NOTICE OF ACTION
MINIUM 1 AND 2, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC- TO: RICKY ROBERTS
CORDING TO THE LAST KNOWN AD-
DECLARATION OF DRESS: 28461 South
CONDOMINIUM River Road Harrison
THEREOF RECORDED Townshi, Ml 48045
IN OFFICIAL REC- CURRENT ADDRESS:
WORDS 720 AT PAGE UNKNOWN
323, ET SEQ., AND
PURSUANT TO SUR- ANY AND ALL UN-
VEY PLOT PLAN KNOWN PARTIES
AN6 GRAPHIC DE- CLAIMING BY,
SCRIPTION OF IM- THROUGH UNDER
PROVEMENTS RE- AND AGAINST TH
CORDED IN CON- HEREIN NAMED IN-
DOMINIUM BOOK 1, DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
PAGE 21 ET SEQ. ANTS(S) WHO ARE
ALL OF HE PUBLINOT KNOWN TO BE
RECORDS OF DEAD OR ALIVE,
O K A L 0 0 S A WHETHER SAID UN-
COUNTY FLOOR IDA KNOWN PARTIES
TOGETHER WITH ALL MA CLAIM AN IN-
APPURTENANCES TO TEREST AS SPOUSE,
SAID CONDOMIN- HEIRS DEVISEES
IUM PARCEL, IN- GRANTEES, Ol
CLUDING, BUT NOTOTHER CLAIMANTS
LIMITED TO ALL
RIGHTS UNDER THE LAST KNOWN AD-
RECREATION FACIL- DRESS: UNKNOWN
ITY LEASE AND THE CURRENT ADDRESS:
GULF BEACH COVE- UNKNOWN
NANTS, AGREE-
MENTS, EASEMENTS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
AND AN UNDIVIDED an action to foreclose a
INTEREST IN THE mortgage on thefoll
COMMON ELEMENTS mrgage on t fow-
THERETO IN SAID OALOOApe Count
DECLARATION. Florida:
has ben filed againstyou LOT 7, BLOCK A IN-
and you are required to DIAN BAYOU, ONIT
serve a copy of your writ- ONE, ACCORDING
ten defenses, if an on TO THEMAP OR
or before June 17, z08, PLAT THEREOF AS
on Florida Default Law RECORDED IN PLAT
Group, PL, Plaintiff's at BOOK 5, PAGE(S)
torney, whose address is 114-117 PUBLIC
9119 Corporate Lake RECORDS OF
Drive Suite 300, Tampa, O K A L S A
Florida 33634, and file COUNTY, FLORIDA.
the original with this
Court eilfer before serv- has been filed against
ice on Plaintiff's attorney and you are required
or immediately thereafter' fou e yo ar cy o our
otherwise a default will o serve a copy if your
be enterwised against you written defenses, if any,
be entered against you


on or before
6/18/2008, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either'
before service on'
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-'
erwise a default will be
entered against you for'
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-'
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand the seal of this
Court on this 13 day of
May, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kathy Henley
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act , persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
101 James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515- telephone
number (850)689-5000,
Extension 7497, prior to
the proceeding. or
Shalimar (850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons
withdisabilitiess needing
special accommodation
to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, FL, 32579; tel-
ephone number
(850)651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
05/17/2008
05/24/2008

LEGAL #120035
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2008-DR-2292
IN RE: The Marriage
of: ROBERT A. NOR-
TON,
Petitioner/Husband
and
SHERRY L. NORTON,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: SHERRY L. NORTON
2010 Carmel Drive Colo-
rado Springs, CO
80910
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an Action For Dissolution
Of Marriage has been
filed against you and thaf
you are required to serve.
a copy of your written de-
fenses if any to it on JO-
SEPH D. LORENZ, coun-
sel for ROBERT A. NOR-
TON whose address is
1270 N. Eqlin Parkway;
Ste. C-12, Shalimar, FL,
32579 on or before the
13 day of June, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579, be-
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you forth relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, include,
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request. You must
keep the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office notified
of your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers


%BOUT OUR S


RSefVER f

iTES!


Usm Als~Br


- I,


-~� ~. �
�~ :'~~


4<100B- 41I


L.AUOMTI:E


L-ONSTRUCTIOIN


�P�

�a)
�r









SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008 CLASSIFIED


1103_
in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking
ofpleadings.
Dated:04/30/08
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
05/03/2008
05/10/2008
05/17/2008
05/24/2008

LEGAL #120040

AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statutes,
there will be a public
auction June 18 2008 at
8:00 A.M. for the follow-
ing described vehicles.
1985 Nissan
IN6ND06Y9FC335494
The auction will be held
at 861 W. James Lee
Blvd Crestview, Fla
32536. Danco Transmis-
sion & Towing has the
right to turn down any
and all bids.
05/17/2008
LEGAL #120042
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACfION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
1395 DIVISION: FILE
NO:F08008599
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS
CWABS, INC.
ASSETBACKED CER-
TIFICATES SERIES
2006-12,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT GAWRYS
A/K/A ROBERT
GAWRY, et al,
Defendants)


Why Eat Out
on Saturday?
When you can actually
dine to the smooth
Piano Sound of Jordan
Colclasure every Satur-
day nri ht Mav th thru
June h at Coach N
Four Steakhouse on
John King Road.
Crestview's only Restau-
rant with Live Piano
Music.





Len
Steinmeier










Congratulations
on your
Promotioin
to Sergeant
with the
Crestview
Police Dept.
I am so Proud
of you!
Love always,
Jennifer


2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets; Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140- Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials


NOTICE OF ACTION | 0


TO: HARBOR HOUSE
OF DESTINY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, IN-
CORPORATED - DIS-
SOLVED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 115 WI 240
Service Rd. Apt. 3 OKLA-
HOMA CITY, OK 73114
CURRENT ADDRESS:


NEW TODAY
2 CKC reg. male
Chihuahua puppies.
$300. Ready to Call
Diane 850-652.4f22


UNKNOWN , JAV
ANY AND ALL UN -NEW T0 R
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, Cockatiel pairs $20,
THROUGH UNDER, Green Quaker pairs
AND AGAINST THE $100. 1st choice for Pet
HEREIN NAMED IN- Smart stock for 6 yrs.
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- Call Mike or Renee'
ANT(S) WHO ARE (850)957-4886
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- HO[IIE
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES
GRAiNTEES, OR,
OTHER CLAIMANTS
i-.k R ....ll'-


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


Jack KusseII sJ
For Sale
Full bred shots Must sell
$300. (850) 260- 2843.


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ...
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow- 2130
in property in
OKALOOSA County, Baby Goats Pygmy &
orida: Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-
UNIT 3, HARBOR enees pus Takin
HOUSE OF DESTIN, A posits. 8537-820
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF ow a approximately
CONDOMINIUM RE- 200 baes, arn ke
CORDED IN OFFICIAL $1.00 a bale 582-50M
RECORDS BOOK leave number and mes-
1289, PAGE 1876 sage.
AND ALL EXHIBITS
AND AMENDMENTS
TuEDOFC PULIC


RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
0o serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before 6/18/0
on Florida Default Law
Group, P.L., Plaintiff's at-
torney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake
Drive, Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file
the original with this
Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default wil
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or peti-
tion. This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 13 day
of May, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kathy Henley
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
B850)651-7497


MERCHANDISE
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)




NEW TOA


Fridgidaire
Gallera Series
Refrigerator
Side-by-side 26 cu. ft re-
frigerator freezer.
In-door filtered water, au-
tomatic ice dispenser. I
have two after moving
only need one. $450
850-826-1415
Whirlpool Dryer


Good Condition $200.
IMPORTANT OBO Call 368-9480
m accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic- 3230
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court AAd- Creslview
ministration at 1250 N. Big Yard Sale
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 310 Ray Ave (S. of 1-10
FL 32579; telephone turn, by Pelican Realty�
number (850)651-7497, Furniture appliances
prior to the proceeding, clothes, decor & more.
05/17/2008 Sat. May 17th
05/24/2008 7AM until ?


3230


-- 7

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



Browning BDM
9mm pistol
To clips, case and
loader, $300.
Taurus
5 shot 38 Special, 2 inch
barrel, $300. Call
682-6240



Matching set of wedd-
ing bands with 5 dia-
mond chips on each rin.
New. $300 Call
537-3064



6'4" Fish surfboard
shaped by Watercooled.
Please call 850
698-6334



Don't donate what you
can sell We buy it ALLI
Cars, f rniture, yard sale
items, clothes. 305-1258
For Sale- A deep well
450 Gallon Pressurized
Tank good condition.
$395. Call
850-585-8192


4100
Other
Janitorial
FT/PT Days & evenings.
Man- Fri. 864-3737.
Trades
Help wanted Exp.
Carpenters and car~nter
helpers Crestview/Baker
area 537-3647 or
978-0133


4130
100 WORKERS
NEEDED
Assemble crafts, wood
items. Materials pro-
vided. To $480+/wk.
Free information pkg. 24
Hr 801-428-4649

/ ^ ^ \--


1 6140
3br, Iba, $775/ma.
$795dd. 1 acre lot. No
smoke/pets. Call
240-0890
Country living 3/4 mile
north High School. 3BR,
1.5BA, $800/mo. +
$800 security deposit.
Call 830-8411 or
582-2722
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA
2 CG. Brand new,
fenced yard/ covered
porch. Pets OK. $1150
+ DD. 850-683-4104
Crestview 3 or 4 br, 2
ba, Section 8 approved,
deposit required.
537-2960 or 830-7944
Crestview
3br, Iba, House on Au-
burn Rd. Avail. May 1-08
$80Omo/$800dep
689-2831 or 682-6794


. Crestview
4br/2ba, Lg Block
Home, Ia yard, wash-
er/dryer, ook-up, first &
BUSINESS & FINANCI last rent $700- Plus
BIS 4 $400. Dep.
5100- Business 850-398-0763
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend

5100H | sNEieW nt G1A '
I 53100 1 rmch,;r nea r Gardn


NEW TODAY
Are you seriously look-
ing for a lucrative busi-
ness you can start today?
Free 2 min message:
800 305-7954
www.lifeisgreqt2008.com
.- .i ..
P> ,


City
Country Living
Newly
Remodeled
Home for Rent
available June 1st. Three
bedroom and two bathl
$900/month-negotiable.
Deposit due when lease
is signed. Non
smokers-no pets-Acre of
land. 682-4280


NEW TOIAY


I 3320 1- I " Im5T .I Im Freeport
REA ESTATE FOR REN Available
NEW TOBA 610- Business/ Immediately!
2 Commercial Immaculate 3 BR/ 2BA
6110-Apartments home in Freeport, 2 car
Backyard 6120- Beach Rentals garage and screened pa-
Nurs6130 - Cond/Townhouse tiol Gated community,
r140- House Rentals Clubhouse, and Commu-
Opens st Saturday of 6150- Roommate Wanted unity Pool] Very Reasona-
each month through 6160 - Rooms for Rent blel Move in immedi-
October 8am-2pm. 6170- Mobile Home/Lt atelvl Contact Heather
I have 4000 annuals & 6180 -Out-of-Town Rentals 85a o 835-01er
perennials. Go to 61190-Timeshare Rentals 8
mariesgarden.com and 6200 - Vacation Rentals
click on Bonnie's Garden Teel & Waters
for list & directions. Email Real Estate
bshipman7@cox.net R TA
803-0337 686100 RENTALS
SHolt 3+ acres fenced 682-6156
DAYLILLIES! w/ 2400 sq. ft. office 204 Booker St.
$2.50 Sat. Mornings and warehouse on 1-10 550 2 br 1 ba
@ Crestview Farmers @ exit 45 $1500.00 *225 Wa ker Circle
Market/Old Spanish. month 850-477-0044 $7325 be2 bat cg
Trail Park. Other plants 850232-949000 3 br V2ba, 1
starting at $1.00 Hwy 85 S Frontagel * 121 Eloise Place
Office for rent. 11 indi- $925 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
vidual offices, 2 rest 391 Riverchase
6 . '. rooms, conference room, 1250, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
kitchen, lobby, parking. No pets
All or part, perfect or 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
, professional office. Ter- $1800, 3br, 2/2ba, 2cg
'rific location south of All Properties require a
S. 1-10, great visibility. Call credit check, 1 yr lease,
now for details, no inside smoking. Pet
685-0470 fees are non- refundable.
EMPLO ENT Call Debra Frost
4100- Help Wanted - 682-6156
4110- Restaurants/Clubs 6110
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment Crestview- 1 br apt,
Information 698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletelyfurnished utilities 61S0
682-3166 Crestview; House to
41- share. All utilities includ-
4100 Crestview- 2br, 1ba, ing digital cable. Small
Drivers i o6m 5d0dpno Pets deposit 0, $400/mo.
Dvers $6qmo/$550dep 12 850902-6032
NEWSPAPER mo lease req. 585-1574
CARRIER Crestview
3 br. 2 ba. No Petsl 2
The Crestview News blocks from Walker Elem.
Bulletin is seeking a $775. mos. & SD Avail. 6160
carrier in the Crestview May 23 Call 683-1354 Crestview
area to deliver once a or 758-6068 Available for mature per-
week. Crestview Inn son a 1 Bedroom fur-
No Collection Motel $35 daily, $175 nished apartment. No
No Collection weekly, Furnished Smoking, pets or loud
Required efficiency $200 Weekly. music. 55 0. mo. Utili-
Reauires valid driver i- _$500 4 weeks. ties furnished. 689-1318
Reures vad driver l-A.6 ______________


cense, clean driving
record, dependable
transportation and
proof of auto insurance.
Applications accepted
at the Crestview News
Bulletin, 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Mon - Fri. 8 AM - 5
PM, See Sherrie, No
phone calls.


News Bulletin

Food Services/Hospitality
Server Needed
for weekends at
Foxwood Country Club.
Please call B.J.
682-2012
Insurance
A Terrific
Opportunity!
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+
Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, 401(k),
BCBS Insurance.
Call 1-800-257-5500.
See our ad online at
emeraldcoastlobswest.com
WEB ID # 27794443
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309
Mechanic
Wise Equipment is look-
ing for a full-time
Exp.mechanic. Apply in
person at Wise Equip-
ment 1147 S. Ferdon
Blvd. Crestview. Druf free
workplace









120 Base Accordion
White pearl wl
black keys

$600

902-7525


NfW TODAY


Crestview 1st month Crestview
free New 2BR, 2.5BA Room for Rent
TH, S. of 1-10. Lg pool Ex- $450. mo Everythin
tra prkg. Lawn maint pro- included call 682-6714
vided $795mo. Purchase
option 850-528-0716 Crestview; $500
month utility's included
Crestview 2BR 1BA 683-0425 included
townhouse. Washer & 63 _
dryer. 128 Lake St.
$500ma + $500dep
682-6514
S6170

NEW TODAY
FreeNEW rtAY
Free Palms Of 3 BR 2 BA trailer for
Freeport rent 6238 Old River Rd,
Now available for Lease Baker, FL $700 month
or Purchasel Affordable, No pets 850 225-3204
Easy Commute. Commu-
nity Playground, & Pooll 3br, 2ba, large yard.
2BR/ P.5, BA. Call large trailer. No
Heather of Jeff smoke/pets. $550/mo.
850-835-0191 $575dd. 240-0890


Apply Online:

.NEWcorp.com/jobs

No Hiring for Afternoon &
-Evening Shifts


NOW PAYING / Applicar., . -.... ha.

9.00hr cr GEDh I. e.qle J
-- io apple' Op

s6s0 Ji Olvens Rd. * Crestview. FL. 32539
- 5042:rM0O - www.NEWcorp.com/iobs


S 6170
Baker Newly remod-
eled 2br, 1ba, MH on
acre lot. $550mo/$550
dep, no pets/smoking.
Re Required 537-2510
Crestview, 2 Bedroom
1 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
osit, call 682-9653 or
758-8736







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



For sale by owner; 3br,
2ba, large bedrooms,
large kitchen, 1 acre,
$149,900. 240-0890
Girl Scout Rd


HOMES
$49,500 qtr lot, 3/2
large kitchen off paved
road with appliances
ready to move in Cal
Stephanie w/ Sundance
Agency 902-0084 to set
up your closing date
Girl Scout Rd
MOVE IN
New Construction, over
1400sq ft 3/2 oaen floor
plan, hardwood floors,
screen end porch, 2 car
garage backs up' to
county property Call
Stephanie w/Sundancy
Ageny , 902-0084 to
make an offer


Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987
,


NJavarre -
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
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.



INTERVIEW NOWI
Monster Match
assigns a professional
to hand-match each
job seeker with each
employer.
This is a FREE Service!
Monster Match is your
free, one-stop job-
search resource. With
our extensive contacts,
we can show your
job seeker profile to
hundreds of top local
employers in 300 job
categories. Let us find
you a job that matches
your skills, experience
and preferences.
INTERVIEW NOW
for the following
positions-
Building General
(Job Code 51)
Building Piofessior-al
.lob Code 401
Construction
Uob Code 47)
Manufacruring
Iob Code411
Go to www.Emerald
CoastJobsWest.com
or call us at
866-374-1549
and use Job Code
listed above to
complete your job
seeker profile

Aliina monster"

A service of the
Crestview News Bulletin


AUTOMOTIE ,IM INIM
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 - Aircralt/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Of Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes







Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
6500. Please call
404145


C.HEW~ ,LL


NEW TODAY


Ford F150
Ext cab 4x4 '95 Eddie
Bauer ed, PL PW, Runs
reatl bedliner tow
Fitch, $2500. 685-7405


INEW TrAY

Ford F150
Ext cab 4x4 '97, good
cond, well maintained.
New tires, toolbox, bed-
liner, $4060. 685-7405


NEW rOOAY

Ford F150 XLT
'95 ext cab new tires,
rims & Rhino liner.
$3500 obo. 803-3174


6x11 enclosed, rear
ramp door, side entry
personnel door. Very little
use. $500 obo.
SOLD 1st Dayll!


Do Something Good
For Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!


ranon areeu
Price to Sell, Large Lot, 1850 sq ft, New
Appliances, Renovations, Located on
Patton St. in Crestview.
Must Sell Soon! $142,000
Call Eric at 699-2134


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


AN AN~AN REVOLUTION


A. .... . M.. ANMAIVBCAN R=TOUUION
XA w .rdi. .' YourSilverado Headquarters Locally Owned& Operated
S CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


-;' 'V"




-e:4~ ,,


A.-


@,










Car shopping


� at a who1l ew INeve1.


0 0 4


FinDER Corn


Log-on and search the inventory of local dealerships all in one
convenient location. Shop from the comfort of your own home 24/7.
Find your next car on ECid- v :.;, Eio I



, We've got, u
Weg- o oucovered!

i' Santa Rosa's Press Gazette
, Northwest Florida Daily News
; t., ._- s _' r Crestview News Bulletin
n n ' a ia *-TheDestinLog
"' " adi 1 " " i i


Featuring invnt fro'1


IiT" $ '~24W


Crestview News Bulletin I 9


8110 [ 8140

lChevy Venture '99, dbl
1 acre lots vacant or We buy cars trailers & sliding doors cold A/C,
with home. Auburn area. boats, etc. Running or Caun al642-7845
Call 850-240-0890 notl No title ok. Call
305-1258_


8120
Crestview- 105'x420' Ford Eddie Bauer Ex- 8320
commercial lot, water & excursion, '03. Like new,
sewer available. $500K. riced $1000 blow,
Call 6828599 value. Very clean in 50cc Ba dirt bike, lik
&out. All Power. Loaded, new. hs all id'
6CD changer DVDfront pers title aid
& rear tow pkg, luggage 5379706 for $400.
rack. 1 owner, non- 537-9706 or 537-8516
smoker new tires, all
Crestview scheduled maintenance
Beautiful 1 acre lot S. of mostly hwy -miles looks &
1-10 in the private runsgreatl 865-7006
Meadow Lake Subdivi-O
sion $79,900. Owner is T K8330
licensed real estate
agent. Call 8130 0
850-543-2734 I Itlit Trniler


-n--~-----.-----~--l� �


PETS 17
ML--F.T,�


I


KleTlrC ^C Arrle'*K


Call 6uo-46uu


6130


''
�~I


rlC~~SF~ ~
I


I








CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





SPORTS


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2008


May Day Golf
Tournament
Carver Hil 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

DMS Cheerleaders
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.

CHS Basketball


Camp starts today
The Crestview High
School Basketball Junior
League camp will be held
each Saturday from today
through June 7.
The camp is open for
boys and girls ages 6-12.
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.

Horse Whisperer
Whispering gentle words
of direction and discipline,
Paul Daily is able to tame
an unbroken horse during
a typical presentation of
"Wild Horse Ministries."
The Horse Whisperer
will be presented at the
Baker Arena on May 21
at 6 p.m. There is no
admission charge for the
event.
For more information
about the Horse Whisperer
contact Jim Skates at 537-
8740 or Eugene Strickland
at 537-4070.

Foxwood CC
Men's Scramble
Foxwood Country
Club will hold a men's
two-man scramble June
21-22.
This a two-day event
and is limited to the first 70
amateur entries.
Deadline for entering
the tournament is noon on
June 18. Entry fee is $170
per team. Players must be
18 or older to compete,
with the tournament
reserving the right to refuse
any entry.
Players will be allowed
to play one practice round
the week of June 16-20
for the cart fee only upon
receipt of tournament entry
fee.
The tournament will be
pre-flighted by the average
handicap of the partners
not to exceed eight strokes.
Shotgun start is set for
12:30 p.m. June 22 and 8
a.m. June 23.
For more information
about the tournament call
Foxwood Country Club at
682-2012.


.'- . -'-; . .- , P - ' - - ,
"- -." -4"1
it






Jason Mobley Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview News Bulletin Sports Editor Randy Dickson admires his drive on the third hole at Heritage Plantation.
Crestview News Bulletin ,Sports Editor Randy Dickson admires his drive on the theird hole at Heritage Plantation.


at Heritage Plantation


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - It
shouldn't be long before
Okaloosa County's new-
est golf course, Heritage
Plantation, establishes
itself as one of the top
courses in the state.
Bill Bergin has de-
signed a masterpiece us-
ing the natural wetlands
and rolling terrain in a
way that will challenge
golfers of every skill
level.
News Bulletin General
Manager Jason Mobley
and I played the course
for the first time Thurs-
day (despite the threat of
severe weather).
Jason is a former Es-
cambia High golfer. I
didn't take up the game
until 10 years ago. Both
of us came away im-
pressed and humbled by
the course.
We played the white
tees from which the
course measures 6,535
yards with a slope rating
of 126. The gold tees play
7,328 with a slope rating
of 77.3.
We recorded some of
our thoughts on various
holes.

No. 1
The course starts off
innocently enough with
No. 1 playing as a 406-
yard par 4 with a slight
dogleg to the right to an
elevated green. The wet-
lands come into play.
Jason Mobley: "A lot
of the shots, the ball is
above your feet, but you
can tell we are true golfers
because there could be a
thunderstorm coming and
we really want to play the
course."
Randy Dickson: "It re-
ally isn't a bad hole. I just
made it more difficult than
it really is, but I tend to do
that on a lot of holes."

No. 2
The 388-yard hole is
the first water hole on


Randy Dickson / Crestview
News Bulletin
Crestview News Bulletin
General Manager Jason
Mobley prepares to hit his
drive on the third hole at
Heritage Plantation.

the course. If you stay
middle-left with your
drive you should be okay
as the water, is on the
right and is quickly out
of play after about 200
yards.
JM: "The nice part
about that hole was I
shook off the first hole
and hit a decent drive
and had a one-putt and
made a par, so I'm feel-
ing good. There's a slight
dogleg left with a nice
view of the welcome cen-
ter and the three water
fountains."
RD: "It's almost too
tempting even for a duf-
fer that you want to pull
out the driver and see
how far you can hit it. I
did do a little better on it
than I did the first hole."

No. 3
No. 3 is an even more
tempting 390-yard par
4 that plays downhill to
the wetlands.
JM: "One thing you
learn real quick on this
course is you can't al-
ways hit a driver. I drbve
the actual woods, which
is about 300 yards, and
lost my ball. Sometimes
you are going to hit some
irons on the hole."
RD: "All I can say is
the wetlands make it a
devil hole."


No. 4
Playing at 134 yards,
No. 4 is the shortest hole
on the course. Don't the
length fool you. There
are plenty of ways to get
in trouble in the woods
or the wetlands.
JM: "The thing you
learn about this course if
you get it off the fairway
any at all, there really
isn't rough and you have
to be pretty talented to
get it out."


No. 8
This might be course's
signature hole with a
similar design to one of
the most famous holes
in golf
Playing 146 yards,
it's short enough to
be tempting, but long
enough to be challeng-
ing.
JM: "I feel like that
hole is almost like the
TPC at Sawgrass (No.
17), the island green. If
you didn't hit it over that
marsh you are done. I
saved bogey somehow."


No. 9
' The 500-yard hole
might be the hardest one
on the course, with wet-
lands running almost the
entire length of the fair-
way on the right side.
By now I'm sure you
are getting the idea of
what to expect on a
course that has more trap
doors that will steal your
ball than the fun house at
the county fair.


No. 10,
The back nine starts
off with a pair of easy
holes.
Both of us agreed No.
10 was our favorite hole.
Maybe it's because this
seems to be the easiest
hole.
RD: "This is a nice
open hole with a couple
of bunkers in the back of
the hole and one in the
front along with some
water, but I think it's
the easiest hole on the
course."

See HERITAGE 7


S Golf iudrNamienri



9-
- | IL RIT Tr P n o\ ---------,-

Friday, May 23rd:: 10:00 Shotgun
4 Player Scramble
Don't miss this terrific opportunity
.. .' . ..." . '7 & 2008 PGA Tour Vezon Chompion, a member


0-9 Handicap
Gold Tees,


20+ Handicap
White Tees


$65 per player, Includes Lunch, Drinks, and Prizes
The winning team will receive $1,500 in Golf Certificates at Heritage Plantatot
Titleist will host a Demo Day on the driving range from 1-5 pm.

This roumament is cited to the frs 25 ieas of 4.


BLEACHERS




YOUTH BASEBALL
CITY OF CRESTVIEW
CPAME Division
A's 10-1
Orioles 5-5
Red Sox 4-7
Royals 3-6
Jays 1-8
CPNAT Division
Cubs 9-1
Braves 9-1
Pirates 7-4
Dodgers 4-6
Marlins 4-6
Cards 0-11
JRMAJ Division
Braves 8-4
Red Sox 7-5
Orioles 3-9
CPG Division
Reds 10-0
Marlins 7-2
Cubs 7-3
A's 2-7
Pirates 2-8
Braves 1-9
JRSB Division
Marlins 7-0
Reds 5-3
As 4-5
Braves 3-4
Red Sox 0-7
10U Division
Reds 9-1
Pirates 8-2
Orioles 8-2
Cubs 6-3
Dodgers 5-4
Braves 4-5
Marlins 2-7
Royals 1-8
A's 0-11
12U Division
Braves 7-1
Pirates 6-1
Cards 5-4
A's 2-7
Royals 0-7

DARTS
Crestview Dart League
standings, from May 1
1ST DIVISION
Armegeddon 115.0
Hit Men 110.0
Jaguars 73.0
Dysfunctional Dogs 62.0
Weekly High In
Steve Hinrichs Ton 36
Marie. Bundrick 41
Weekly High Out
Mike Miller Ton
Marie Bundrick 20
Season High In
John Montford Ton 60
Marie Bundrick 91
Season High Out
Ron Meyer T13
Ellen Hashek T26
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Ron Meyers, 265, 61; John
Montford, 238, 38; Steve Hinrichs,
210, 37; Ray Knudson, 200, 45;
Mark Benoit, 195, 26; Wayne
Matlock, 181, 37; Adam Kelley,
172, 44; D.J. Parker, 162, 31; Ken
Bundrick, 157, 32; Brooks Taylor,
142, 21; Bobby Gainey, 136,
22; John Hashek, 125,19; Bob
Duboise, 111, 20; Doug Cooper,
107, 17; Mike Miller, 93, 17; Bob
Brich, 77, 16.
Women's MVP Points & Tons
Ellen Hashek, 153, 18; Marie
Bundrick, 68, 7.
2ND DIVISION
Scorpions 105.0
Who Darted 91.5
Point of Punishment 85.0
Stars & Stripes 77.0
L.A.T.C. 57.0
Al Riders 51.0
Darty Minds 40.0
Weekly High In
Aaron Zimmerman Ton 08
Bea Spence/Jenny Montford 53
Weekly High Out
Rict] Wecshe 52
Judy Fitzgerald 37
Season High In
Kevin Fitzgerald T54
Misty Forsythe T12
Season High Out
Phil Phillips T26
Misty Forsythe 96
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Rich Wesche, 210, 36; Kevin
Fitzgerald, 194, 38; Brian Soals,
187, 24; Tom Pallone, 183, 26;
Jonathan Burris, 165, 22; Bill
Brumbaugh, 162,19; Jason
Smith, 157, 21; Rodney Brackett,
150, 14; Jack Miller, 128, 13;
Devin Fil:,.- r~lJ. 127, 26; Kenny
Blair, 116, 11; Al Zimmerman,
104, 17; Paul Carney, 98, 9;
Aaron Zimmerman, 96, 17;
Gary Easterwood, 95, 11; Walt
Montford, 95, 9; Russel Carroll,
93, 14; Jonathan Haggard, 90,
24; Darryl Brooks, 89, 12; Lee
Sterman, 89, 4; Terry Hindall,
85, 12; Phil Phillips, 85, 10; John
Griffen, 72, 9; Dan Cowan, 70, 9.
Women's MVP Points & Tons
Judy Fitzgerald, 179, 19; Jenny
Montford, 97, 20;.Lydia Benoit, 95,
15; Misty Forsythe, 93, 13; Kristina
Carroll, 78, 11; Bea Spence, 67,
4; Ann Olszewski, 63, 2; Nicole


Jackson, 35, 3; Donna Barbera,
29, 0; Jewel Boutwell, 8, 1.


A R E U N V D We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community. FREEDOM
, Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor _3 ( _ EL1DA
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com "'- -*I-, -III I
N... .. a . . .Navigate the Ch Coast


. ..... . ... A AVO AJM 9090


SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2001:1


1 9 d


h