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Title: Crestview news bulletin!
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 2008
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CAREER
Baker's Billy Whatmough
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A2 .Y Relay reaches
A2z ,* 2008 goal


IN THIS ISSUE


A4 Teen earns A5
Eagle rank


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Officer of the
Quarter named


Today's Forecast
88 High 66 Low


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Pam Holloway is featured in Country Woman Magazine for her remodeled kitchen
in her home in Baker.


Baker resident honored for



KITCHEN MAKEOVER


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker resident Pam Hol-
loway was shocked-.
when she received a
telephone call from the
Country Woman Magazine
office in Wisconsin.
The magazine's dream
kitchen's contest rules had
been specific. Only winners
would be contacted.
It turned out Holloway had
won the grand prize in the
contest's remodeled kitchens
category for a kitchen make-
over she and her husband had
done in 2006.
"It's really been a special time
for us, being recognized in a
national magazine," said Hol-
loway.
Pain's story was published
in the Country Woman Maga-
zine's April/May 2008 issue.
Along with her byline she re-
ceived a three-page spread that
included lots of photos of her
new kitchen and of her family


-gathered inside, and a before
and after floor plan. She also
received a check for $5Q0.
Holloway's kitchen is in a
family home where her hus-
band Smokey's family has
farmed since 1940 and five
generations of the family have
lived.
"Few people these days.are
lucky enough to live in a house
as rich with family history,"
wrote Holloway.
Pam moved into the family
home as a young bride in 1972
and began cooking in what
she described as a "one lady
kitchen." She carried on her
own family tradition, passed
down from her mother and
grandmother, of preparing a
big Sunday dinner for every-
one after church in the tiny
kitchen.


As the years passed and her
family grew to include grand-
children, cooking became
more of a chore in the narrow
space. In early 2006, she and
her husband drew plans for a
home makeover that included
the kitchen expansion she had
in mind. The couple hired a
local contractor, who helped
them turn the plans into a real-
ity.
For extra space they re-
moved a wall between the ex-
isting kitchen and a bedroom.
"It was really sentimen-
tal to me, because it was the
bedroom where my husband
and later our son were raised,"
Holloway said. "It was tough to
watch that wall come down".
The new kitchen has pro-

See KITCHEN A5


Armed Forces Day in Crestview a huge success


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

As a huge 15 foot by
30 foot American flag
was proudly hoisted be-
tween fire engines from
the Crestview and Dor-
cas fire' departments,
chests swelled with pride
at Old Spanish Trail Park
during Saturday's coun-
ty-wide Military Appre-
ciation and Recognition
Day.
"It was a big success,"

1998-2006
Award Winning .
Newspaper
Florida Press Association
Better Weekl) Newspaper Contest


said Robert Lynn, one
of the event organizers.
"There were many more
people there, and many
more vendors there,
than expected. And ev-
erybody I talked to said,
'What about next year?'
"I can tell you right
now we're going to have
one next year." .
Following the flag
raising, the 35-member
Silver Wings 98th Army

See SUCCESS A5

TALE OFF 'CO-'TETS
WEATHER.................. A2
CHECK IT OUT ................ A3
EDITORIAL ................... A6


SPORTS ..................... . B1
BUSINESS.............. B4-B5
CLASSIFIEDS ............. B7-B8


Firefighters
from the
Crestview
and
*orcas fire
apartments
raise Old
Glory over
the entrance
to Old
Spanish Trail
Park.
Bob Lynn /
Special to
the News
Bulletin


Baugh selected



to fill vacancy



on city council


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Charles Baugh will get
the chance to carry on his
mentors' legacy.
The Crestview City
Council selected Baugh to
complete the term of Pre-
cinct 3 representative Bren-
da Bush, who passed away
last month.
Baugh, who made Crest-
view his home after a 28-
year career in the military
said he hopes to follow the
examples set by Bush and
another late civic leader,
Sam Hayes.
"Mr. Hayes was a great
man, and Mrs. Bush was a
wonderful woman," Baugh
said. "I hope they're look-
ing down on me and say-
ing, 'You can do it.'
"I cannot fill (Bush's)
shoes, but I would like the
opportunity to serve the
city." '
Baugh will be sworn in
May 27 during the council's
next regular meeting.
Baugh and his family set-


tled in Crest-
view soon
after the 9/11
attacks in
2001. He has
served on the
city's Police/
Charles Firefighter
harugh Retirement
Committee
and is active
in Habitat'for Humanity.
Baugh received a 3-1
majority during the second
round of nominations dur-
ing a special council meet-
ing Monday night. Bob Al-
len supported Robyn Helt
of Brooks & Brooks Real
Estate during both rounds
of nominations.
Seven candidates sub-
mitted letters expressing in-
terest in the opening. Baugh,
Helt and former Public Ser-
vices Director Junior Cox
received votes during the
selection process. Linda
Parker, who nominated
Cox, joined Chip Wells and
Lillie Conyers in voting for

See VACANCY A5


Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Suspect apprehended
after manhunt
A suspect sought in a
May 12 Addison Place bur-
glar�y was ap-
prehended
about 10:30
Friday night .
following a
five-hour,
multi-agency f
manhunt,
according T
to the Crest- Taurean
view Police Xavier Proch
view Police
Department.
CPD conducted the
search after Taurean Xavier
Proch, 25, returned to the
apartment complex on An-
tioch Road Friday evening.
Proch was wanted on
domestic burglary charges
and two counts of battery
on a law enforcement of-
ficer. He was reportedly
armed with a 45-caliber
handgun.
After an attempt to ap-
prehend Proch on Friday
evening, he fled from an of-
ficer and his K-9 unit. The
officer summoned backup
and established a perimeter
around the swampy area
off of Old Antioch Road
into which Proch ran.


Proch was found hid-
ing in a dump of reeds in
chest-deep water.

New Jin Jin open
New Jin Jin Chinese res-
taurant at 2258 S. Ferdon
Blvd. is open again.
A Florida Department of
Business and Professional
Regulation inspection Fri-
day showed no critical or
non-critical violations.
The state temporar-
ily closed the restaurant on
Thursday after an inspec-
tion resulted in eight critical
violations and three non-
critical violations.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Wal-Mart donation helps Relay reach finish line


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A donation from the
Wal-Mart Foundation
helped the American Can-
cer S,., it lI not only reach
its '.0 i Relay for Life goal
in Crestview, but put it
over.
Donations and fund-
raisers brought the Relay
close to its $165,000 lo-
cal target, and the $5,000
., ant. assured the goal was
reached.
"It takes us up to and
over the event goal!" ex-
claimed American Cancer
Society staff partner Pam
Kartman, who accepted
the check with event chair
Robbin Moody.
Crestview Wal-Mart
manager John Kurpil said
59 Wal-Mart associates
contributed a total of al-
most 360 hours during the


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Some of the 59 Crestview Wal-Mart associates, who took part in the Relay For Life present
a grant of $5,000 to American Cancer Society representatives Robbin Moody (pink shirt)
and Pam Kartman (holding the right corner of the check). The money bumped the society
over its $165,000 goal for this year's Relay.
April 19 Relay For Life. store's employees, Kurpil VAP stands for "Vol-
Because of the enthu- said, they qualified for the unteerism Always Pays,"
siastic participation of his $5,000 "Event VAP" grant. Kurpil explained.


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Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

ADULT PROGRAMS
1st Tuesday Lecture:
"Architecture of the
Third Reich"
Brian Hughes, reporter
and travel columnist for
the Crestview News Bul-
letin and the Northwest
Florida Daily News, will
present "Architecture of
the Third Reich" at the
June 3 First Tuesday Lec-
ture. Brian holds a mas-
ter's in architecture from
Tulane University. His
studies included research
into Third Reich archi-


tecture and included cor-
respondence with Albert
Speer, Adolf Hitler's chief
architect and the planner
for the city of Berlin. In


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this presentation, Brian
will discuss the ideology
behind the design, give us
a look at the redesign for
Berlin, visit the Nurem-
burg rally grounds, see
Hitler's Bavarian home
and tour the Reichschan-
cellory (above).
The program starts at
10:30 a.m., with coffee
and cookies served at
10 a.m. Topics for all of


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brary.htm.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
Lap Sit is held in the
Story Room and is de-
signed for children under
the age of 3 with their
caregiver. Older children
are always welcome. Join
us on specific Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m. for stories,
songs, and finger- plays.
The June 17 theme will be
"Wildlife"
Story Time is designed
for those who are at least
3 years old (unless accom-
panied by an older sib-
ling) and meets at 10:15
a.m. on Wednesdays and
Thursday in the Meeting
Room for stories, songs
and finger-plays. After the
program, you and your
child may do a simple
craft together. The theme
June 11 and 12 will be "I
Love You, Dad!"
Also, on Wednesdays
at 10:15 a.m., children
ages 6 and up who enjoy
picture books will meet
for Summer Stories in the
Story Room for stories,
songs and a craft. If your
child is not comfortable
coming to Summer Sto-
ries alone, please attend
Story Time in the Meeting
Room. The June 11 theme
will also be "I Love You,
Dad!"
Chapter Book Club
is designed for youths
ages 9 and up who en-
joy chapter books. Meet,
with Ms. Heather W. in
the Story Room from
10:15 a.m. until around 11
a.m. on Thursdays. The
book for June 12, 19 and
26 is "How to Eat Fried
Worms!" by Thomas
Rockwell
Teen Book Club is
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Tracey on Wednesdays
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old and interested please
talk with Ms. Tracey. The
book for June 11, 18 and
25 is "Chasing Vermeer"
by Blue Balliett
Teen Time with the
Wii! is designed for ages
12-18 only! Nintendo Wii
will be available for play
every Friday afternoon
during the month of June
from 2-4 p.m. Parents and
family members are wel-
come to hang out and use
the library, but the Wii ac-
tivities will only be avail-
able to teens. If you have
any questions, please ask
Ms. Heather W.
Birthday Club is de-
signed for ages 10 and
under. To sign up for the
birthday club, the child
and parent must go to the
circulation desk. The child
will be provided a birth-
day month shape and
asked to write his or her
name and birth date on
it. The shape will be dis-
played in the Story Time
room on the birthday club
bulletin board. The child
may remove the shape
and turn it in to the circu-
lation desk for a special
prize during the month of
his or her birthday.
One evening a month
come enjoy Family Li-
brary Time, designed for
families with elementary
and middle school chil-
dren. Please visit the li-
brary for more details as
the events draw near.
On June 13, the Crest-
view Public Library and
Okaloosa County Public
Library Cooperative are
sponsoring "Noise Guy"
(author, vocal sound
' impressionist, and kids
comedian) at the Old
ISpanish Trail Pavilion.
The entertainment begins
at 7 p.m. Please remember
to bring a chair. Call the
Crestview Library for any
questions.

STAFF PICKS
"One Thousand White
Women: the journals of
Mary Dodd: a novel" by
Jim Fergus (CD Fic Fer).
In 1875 an agreement
was made between the
U.S. government and the
Cheyenne Indians. They
called it "Brides for Indi-
ans." This covert program,
is carried out with the
intention of assimilat-
ing the Indians into the
white man's world. As
this varied and colorful
group of woman journey
to their new destiny, Mary,
Dodd keeps a journal
of their lives among the
Cheyenne. I found it fas-
cinating. Her descriptions
of everyday life take the
reader right along with
her into this new vast
territory with a "savage"
people as she learns their
ways. She, of course, dis-


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dains the word savage, for
she sees them as a unique
part of nature. This novel
is humorous yet sad as
it is the beginning of the
end of the Indian nation.
I highly recommend it,
especially on CD.
"Devil's Comer" by
Lisa Scottoline (CD Fic
Sco). Vicki Aligretti is an
Assistant U.S. Attorney.
As she enters the row-
house of a confidential
informant for a meet-
ing she suddenly finds
herself in the middle of
a double homicide. Con-
vinced there is more to
the case then a drug deal
gone bad Vicki embarks
on her own investiga-
tion. Her instincts lead
her to Devil's Comer, a
run-down, crime-ridden
neighborhood. The more
she snoops, the worse it
gets. The case leads her to
something far more sinis-
ter then she ever thought
possible. Fast-paced and
full of action, this thriller
takes the reader on a good
ride right to the very end.
"World Without End"
by Ken Follett. (CD Fic
Fol). This epic is the
follow-up to Follett's 1989
"The Pillars of the Earth."
Unlike other Follett thrill-
ers this is a historical
period piece set in the
13th-century and centered
around the townspeople
of Kingsbridge and its
priory. The well-devel-
oped characters exhibit
all that is good and bad
in the human condition.
It is a time of progressive
ideas, superstition, greed,
justice, ambition, archi-
tecture and medicine. As
if this isn't enough, the
Black Death shows up to
devastate the town after
Follett's characters have
endured much already.
The length of the story is
daunting, but I could not
put it down and sorely
missed it when I was.
through listening to it on
CD. I highly recommend
both stories though each
can stand on its own.

CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview,
FL 32539 (Behind the
Crestview Post Office)

JUST ASK
SAny questions? Just
ask any staff member,
Jean, Sandra, Anna, Miss
Heather, Marie, Seng-
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Heather W. or Audrey.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"In the End, we will
not remember the words
of our enemies, but the
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Special to the News Bulletin
The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra entertains
concertgoers at last year's concert.

Free Pops concert

highlights OWC events


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra in-
vites you to a free outdoor
concert at the Mullet Fes-
tival Grounds on Sunday.
The grounds are on the
comer of State Road 85
and College Boulevard in
Niceville.
Under the direction of
conductor Jeffrey Rink and
sponsored by the North-
west Florida Symphony
Guild, this will be the or-
chestra's seventh annual
free Memorial Day con-
cert.
The symphony prom-


ises a program including
tunes from Broadway
plays, old time patri-
otic Americana favorites,
marches and more, ac-
cording to a release from
Okaloosa-Walton College,
the orchestra's home.
During intermission,
local Bluegrass band
"Forty Dollar Mule" will
entertain.
The free concert be-
gins at 3 p.m., though
the grounds will open at.
1 p.m. Seating is limited,
so concertgoers are en-
couraged to bring lawn,
chairs. Feel free to pack
a picnic and make it an
outing.


MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND EVENTS:
* Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra Memorial Day
Concert, Sun., May 25, 3 p.m. free admrrission, bullet Festival
Grounds, Niceville.
* Choctawhatchee Estuary Festival, Sun., June 1, 11
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Hwy 20 E, Niceville. Free admission. Family activities including
fish painting on T-shirts, crab races, hiking, kayak tours, na-
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D. Rumbach
to thank
when they
spread out
their lunches
on freshly
refurbished Justin
picnic tables. Rumbach
The 18-
year-old se-
nior at Crestview High
School supervised a crew
of 24 fellow members of
Boy Scout Troop 773 this
spring as they helped him
complete his'Eagle service
project.
In addition to refurbish-
ing the 16 picnic tables in
the park pavilion, Rum-
bach's project included
cleaning and repainting
the pavilion's 20 columns,
and delineating the spaces
for 24 vendor booths on
the pavilion floor.
Rumbach, the son of
Jerry and Tamara Rum-
bach, was awarded the
rank of Eagle Scout upon
completion of his service


Special to the News Bulletin
For his Eagle service project, Justin Rumbach, carrying table at left, supervised the
refurbishment of picnic tables and the pavilion at Old Spanish Trail Park.


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008 LOCAL


Muhlbach named Officer of Quarter


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Patrolman Brian
Muhlbach was an-
nounced as the Crest-
view Police Depart-
ment's Officer of the
Quarter at a brief cere-
mony Tuesday morning
at City Hall.
Muhlbach's supervi-
sor, Sgt. Raymond Harp,
said the patrolman has
independently arrested
25 suspects, issued 43
citations, initiated 209
traffic stops, and affect-
ed four DUI arrests, all
within this last quarter.
Congratulating Muhl-
bach on his impressive
accomplishments, May-
or David Cadle joked,
"And what will you be
doing next week?"
Officer Muhlbach
came to CPD from the
Walton County Sher-
iff's Office and started
as an auxiliary officer in
2003. He left CPD and
-returned as a full-time


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Police Chief Brian Mitchell, left, and Mayor David Cadle
announce Officer Brian Muhlbach ie: the department's
Officer of the Quarter.


patrolman late last year.
Asked how he has
achieved 'such a great
success rate, Muhlbach
modestly said, "I've
got a great group of co-
workers, friends and su-
pervisors who help me
out."
In recognition of his
service and selection as


Officer of the Quarter,
Muhlbach was present-
ed with an engraved
wristwatch by Rachel
Lewis of Lewis & Co.
Jewelers.
"We appreciate ev-
erything all of you do,"
Lewis said to the officers
assembled in support of
Muhlbach.


SUCCESS continued from Al


Band performed its first
of two sets. The Baker
School JROTC Honor
Guard presented the col-
ors as Brig. Gen. Mark
Stogsdill, U.S.A.F. (ret.)
led the Pledge of Alle-
giance.
During his welcom-
ing remarks, Crestview
Mayor David Cadle re-
minded the crowd that
due to the influx of new
neighbors as a result of
the BRAC realignment,
"the 2010 celebration
will include many new
reasons to celebrate."


A highlight was a U.S.
Coast Guard jet fly-by
from the Mobile station.
"I tell you, he went
by so low on his second
pass, you couldn't reach
out and shake hands
with him, but it wouldn't
have taken too much,"
Lynn said.
If you'd like to be a
part of the county's Mili-
tary Appreciation and
Recognition Day next
year, Lynn invites you
to the group's organi-
zational meeting at the
Crestview Library on


June 2 at 1 p.m.
"If you enjoyed to-
day, go home and tell
your neighbors what
they missed by not being
here," Lynn exhorted.
"It was a great day
to be an American, and
a super day to be from
northwest Florida. And I
tell you what, next year's
is going to be even bet-
ter. We're going to have a
full year to plan it!"

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Laurel Hill fetes beloved couple

Douglas & Estelle Rogers honored at Saturday event


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - It was
a cross between a family
reunion and a community
celebration when Douglas
and Estelle Rogers were
honored Saturday after-
noon for their many years
of combined service to
Laurel Hill.
Speakers lauding the
pair included city leaders
Mayor James Dunn and
City Council Chairman
Vizell Robbins; the Rog-
ers' pastor Shane Chessor,
former city clerk and their
former pastor Shirley Sim-
mons, and Pastor Mike
McVay of the host First
Baptist Church. City Man-
ager Tim Bolduc served as
master of ceremonies and
presented a slide show he
had produced highlight-
ing the respective contri-
butions of Douglas and


I


Brian Hughes / Crestview News
Bulletin
Estelle and Douglas Rogers
were honored for their
service to Laurel Hill.
Estelle Rogers.
More than 40 friends,
neighbors and family
members were also pres-
ent to share memories and


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The Laurel Hill City
Council will meet Thurs-
day at 7 p.m. The public is
invited and encouraged to
attend

I. Call the meeting to
order
II. Prayer and Pledge of
Allegiance ,
III. Public comments
IV. Approve minutes
1. April 24 Local Plan-


ning Agency
2. April 24 Regular
Meeting
3. May 8 Regular Meet-
ing
V. New Business
1. Insite Development
Project
2. Ordinance #304 (Gar-
bage Ordinance)
VI. Reports
1. Attorney's Report
2. Mayor's Report


DOUGLAS ROGERS
Former World War II Army
veteran, multi-term city
councilman, fire chief, mayor

ESTELLE ROGERS
Former city councilwoman,
established Citizen of the
Year program, author of
"Up on the Hill" column in
the News Bulletin

honor the couple.
Mayor Dunn presented
two signs that will prop-
erly mark the Rogers' do-
nation of land for the city
maintenance building and
the gazebo and garden in
the historic center of town.
"There's no place like
Laurel Hill," a beaming
Estelle Rogers said as she
gazed around the room.
"Laurel Hill has given to
me far more than I've given
Laurel Hill."




3. Fire Chief's Report
4. City Manager's Re-
port
VII. Old Business
1. Ordinance #301 (sec-
ond reading)
2. Ordinance #302 (sec-
ond reading)
3. Ordinance #303 (sec-
ond reading)
VIII. Approve payment
of the bills
IX. Adjourn


VACANCY continued from Al


Baugh during the second
round of nominations.
"I knew him when he
was in the Air Force, and he
has been active around the
community," Wells said.
"We spoke about his care
for the city over the last
several years. I think he's
going to be a good choice
for us."
Baugh told the council
he hoped to "be part of the


'A SWASHBUCKLING CHOICE
Crestview City Council designee Charles Baugh was a win-
ner in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' "No. 1 Fan Contest"
during the 2007 NFL season. Read about Baugh's love for
the Bucs at http://www.raymondjames.com/stadium/num-
berone_bucs_fan.htm


team" to serve the city.
"My heart beats Crest-
view," he said. "This city
has so much potential.
There might be 50,000 .peo-


ple here soon, and we need
a city council and a mayor
to make this city the hub
for Northwest Florida so
people want to be here."


KITCHEN continued from Al


vided Pam with additional
storage space and cabinets
with glass doors to display
her antique glassware.
There's also room for a
dishwasher, the first she's
owned in 35 years, and
a new commercial-grade
range for preparing meals


for her growing family.
The center island gives her
easy access and a place for
her grandchildren, Madi-
son and Chandler, to do
projects and help her cook.
Pam considers herself
a country cook and is de-
voted, to passing on her


rich family traditions as
this new chapter in family
history is written.
"It has really been an
experience, and the folks
at the magazine can't be-
lieve the kitchen is in the
same house," Holloway
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008




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

Topic: County announces plans for
roads project in Crestview.
Why resurface these roads? They are
in better shape than most of the roads
that are IN NEIGHBORHOODS
around the north end of the county
I think the county could hav e done a
better job of researching what roads
needed to be repaved.

Topic: Crestview Police Depart-
ment's Andrew Schneider receives
promotion
Congrats Andrew! Finally a good
and honest Crestview cop has gotten
some recognition' You deserve it!

Topic: News Bulletin columnist
Greg Allen reviews the controversial
Grand Theft Auto IV video game
The problem that I have with this
game is that it desensitizes both chil-
dren and adults to the demoralized
aspects of society. Why should some-
one be allowed to make money on the
very things that our police force works
hard to combat' It's wrong for these
companies to make light of the scum
in our nation. These are "people who
don't work, sell drugs to our children
and families, vandalize our property
and waste taxpayers' money by using
police time and energy. Disgusting and
absurd.

Maybe if parents learned to teach
their kids to obey instead of "empow-
ering" them or whatever the latest
fad is, people would have no troubles
when we tell our kids. "Sorry this
game isn't for you." My folks drew
the line at TV shows that depicted
violence. We knew to obey. Now that
I look back at those shows, they' were
stupid anyway.

Topic: Additional charges filed
against suspects arrested for allegeJ
drug possession within 1,000 feet of a
church.
Within 1,000 feet of a place of wor-
ship? What a ludicrous law. I can
certain\ understand 1,000 feet within
a school, but not a place of worship.
What a shame we let government con-
trol us so much.
*
What is wrong with increasing pen-
alties for dealing drugs near a place of
worship? Add more restrictions, like
near a residence. near a store, near a
restaurant, near an intersection Ma\be
dope dealers w ill get the message and
take their criminal activity and its re-
lated crime somewhere else.

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By GREG ALLEN

With the amazing push
against certain video games
being present in the open
market, it's easy to forget
mature content is spread
across all spectrums.
I found a story via Wired.
come's Game I Life blog in
which the author focused on
how much mature content
was being kept from young-
er hands over the past years.
When I began reading
the story, I nearly fell out
of my chair when I saw the
numbers from other forms of
media.
The FTC (Federal Trade
Commission), which takes
the control of explicit mate-
rial through commercial
media and broadcast media
very seriously, performed a
2008 study in which 13- to


16-year-olds were asked
to try to purchase R-rated
movie tickets, R-rated and
Unrated DVDs, Parental
Advisory Label (PAL) music
CDs, and M-rated video
games. The FTC performed
similar studies in 2000,2001,
2003, and 2006.
. In 2008, the percentage of
young teens that were able
to purchase M-rated video
games was 20 percent. That's
still too high. (Check out the
original article at www.ftc.
gov/opa/2008/05/secret-
shop.shtm to see which retail
chains are to blame).
Yet sellers of video games
actually were most success-
ful at keeping inappropriate
content out of the hands of
teens.
* Movie theater chains
allowed 35 percent of the
study's minors to purchase


R-rated movie tickets. (Ac-
cording to the studies, the
theaters have been the most
successful over the years in
keeping mature content from
minors, but they don't seem
to be making much improve-
ment.
* Retail chains show ap-
palling statistics, with 47
percent of minors able to
purchase R-rated DVDs,
51 percent able to purchase
Unrated DVDs, and a stag-
gering 54 percent able to
purchase music CDs with
Parental Advisory Labels on
the front cover.
Thankfully, these per-
centages are coming down.
Maybe because I am a gamer
I have a certain talent for
hearing or reading the on-
slaught of video game bash-
ing brought forth from the
likes of Jack Thompson, FOX


News, public organizations,
city councils and even fed-
eral and state governments.
It has been years since
I've heard a whisper about
other violent/sexual forms
of media and how to keep
them out of the hands of
minors. How can those with
a voice continually lynch the
most successful ratings sys -
tem, the one being enforced
better than all the others?
My speculations? Some
are simply trying to jump-
start a political campaign on
a topic they know next to
nothing about, or they truly
are egomanics crazy enough
to label a whole demograph-
ic as "neo-Nazis" deserving
to spend life on death row.

- Read more from Greg Allen
in the Tech Talk blog at crest-
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Letter to the Editor: Snake isn't an emergency?


* It was a Saturday morn-.
ing. Like many other people
on their off day, I decided
to work on the fence in the
backyard. I had not been
working on the fence very
long when' I turned around
to a snake staring at me.
Screaming was not an op-
tion because I did not want
to move, let alone breathe.
I had the house phone
clipped to my back pocket.
With the snake still staring
at me and my heart beat-
ing so fast that I felt faint, I
moved my arm that was fur-
thest away from the snake to
retrieve the phone.
I called my husband at
work to ask him how soon
he could get to the house.
He stated it would take a


few minutes, and, "Why do
you ask?"
My response to him was,
"Because I am staring at a
snake, and it is staring at me
and slowly getting closer to
me, and the only thing be-
hind me is the fence."
He said, "I will be there
when I can."
At this point, that was
not fast enough. Having no
knowledge about snakes I
was not taking any chances.
I dialed 911 explained my
situation and that a snake
cornered me.
I was told "Ma'am you
need to hang up and call
back on a non-emergency
line."
I said, "Excuse me! This is
an emergency! I'm trapped


by a snake and I need help!"
The person on the other
end of the phone then asked
for my location and I gave
it to her. Then another voice
was on the same line asking
me what the snake looked
like and how long was it.
Then I was told an officer
was in route.
During this entire phone
conversation, I was still try-
ing to slowly inch my way
around this snake. When the
snake saw something that
grabbed his attention other
than me, it started mov-
ing away. I saw a chance
to flee. Running as fast as I
could as I approached the
back porch, scooped up my
poodle and grabbed my
Mastiffs' collar, and we went


in the house. I waited for the
officer, who arrived seconds
later..
I pointed the snake out to
the officer, who said, "That
is a big one."
She waited for backup,
and the two officers re-
moved the snake.
I appreciate the help I
received from the Crestvice.v
Police Department. How-
ever, our 911 system has
some serious issues. Becatue
I was not bleeding or hav-
ing a heart attack, it was a
non-emergency. Not know-
ing if the snake was poison-
ous and being trapped was
emergency enough for me.

- MARIA BLAIR
Crestview


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16. Vegetable Soup.............................. 50............ 2.70
17. House Special Soup..............................:.............. 4.25

Fried Rice
18. Plain Fried Rice............................. 2.00............ 3.80
19. Vegetable Fried Rice...................... 3.00............ 5.50
20. Roast Pork Fried Rice......................3.25........... 6.00
21. Fresh Shrimp Fried Rice ............... 3.90............ 6.90
22. Chicken Fried Rice ....................... 3.55......... 6.65
23. Beef Fried Rice ..............................3.90............ 6.90
24. House Special Fried Rice.......... 4.25............7.25
25. Lobster Fried Rice.........................4.60............ 8.80

Chow Mein
(w. White Rice & Crispy Noodles)
26. Chicken Chow Mein......................................... 4.95
27. Pork Chow Mein ........................... 4.95
28. Beef Chow M ein................................................ 5.25
29. Vegetable Chow Mein...................................... 4.25
30. Shrimp Chow Mein .......................................... 5.25
3 I. Lobster Chow Mein ............................................ 5.75
32. House Special Chow Mein ............................... 5.75

Lo Mein
(Soft Noodles)
33. Vegetable Lo Mein........................ 3.25......... 5.95.
34. Roast Pork Lo Mein........................ 3.60............ 6.65
35. Chicken Lo Mein .......................... 3.80......... .. 6.80
36. Shrimp Lo Mein....................... 3.90............ 6.95
37. Beef Lo Mein ................................ 3.90............ 6.95
38. House Special Lo Mein....................4.25........... 7.25
39. Lobster Lo Mein..............................4.60............ 8.95

Vegetable Dishes
(w. White Rice)
40. Mixed Vegetable............................................ 4.95
41. Chinese Veg. w. Brown Sauce.......................... 4.95
42. Steamed Broccoli & Snow Peas........................ 4.95
43. - " Broccoli w. Garlic Sauce............................. 4.95
43a. String Bean....................... ............................ 4.95

Egg Foo Young
(w. White Rice)
49. Vegetable Egg Foo Young .... ........................ 5.25
50. Roast Pork Egg Foo Young................................ 5.95
5 I. Chickeri Egg Foo Young.................................... 5.95
52. Shrimp Egg Foo Young...................................... 6.40
53. Beef Egg Foo Young.......................................... 6.40

Moo Shu
(w. White Rice)
54. Moo Shu Chicken (w. 4 Pancakes)................... 6.95
55. Moo Shu Beef (w. 4 Pancakes).......................... 7.25
56. Moo Shu Shrimp (w. 4 Pancakes)..................... 7.95
57. Moo Shu Pork (w. 4 Pancakes)............................ 6.95
58. Moo Shu Veg. (w. 4 Pancakes).......................... 6.25

Sweet & Sour
(w. White Rice)
59. Sweet & Sour Chicken ... ............................ 5.95
60. Sweet & Sour Pork........................................... 5.95
61. Sweet & Sour Shrimp....................................... 7.25

Poultry
(w. White Rice)
62. Chicken w . Broccoli............................................. 6.25
63. Chicken w. Black Bean Sauce.............................. 6.25
64. * Curry Chicken w. Onion............................... 6.25
65. Chicken w. Chinese Veg...................................... 6.25
66. Teriyaki Chicken........................ ....................... 6.25
67. Chicken w. Snow Peas......................................... 6.25
68. Chicken w. Mushroom........................................ 6.25
69. Chicken w. Cashew Nuts.................................... 6.25
70. *' Kung Bo Gai Ding (Chicken) ......................... 6.25
71. Chicken w. Snow Peas & Baby Corn................... 6.25
72. M oo Goo Gai Pan................................................ 6.25
73. Chicken w. String Bean........................................ 6.25


Pork
(w. White Rice)
74. Roast Pork w. Broccoli ..................................... 5.95
75. Roast Pork w. Chinese Veg............................... 5.95
76. Roast Pork w. Mushroom ...i............................. 5.95
77. Roast Pork w. Snow Peas .........:....................... 5.95
78. Spare Ribs w. Black Bean Sauce........................ 5.95
78a. Pork w. String Bean ........................................ 5.95

Beef
(w. White Rice)
79. Beef w. Broccoli ....................... .................... 6.75
80. Pepper Steak w. Onion.................................... 6.75
81. Teriyaki Beef ............................. ....................... 6.75
82. Beef w. Chinese Vegetable............................... 6.75
83. Beef w. Mushroom........................................... 6.75
84. Beef w. Snow Peas......................................... 6.75
85. ' Curry Beef w. Onions..................... .......... 6.75
85a. Beef w. String Bean.......................................... 6.75


Side Orders
Fortune Cookies (5)..:........................ .......... 0.50
Finest Home Made Crispy Noodles........... ......... 0.50
White Rice................................... (Pt) 1.00.... (Qt) 1.75
D rink .......................................... ......................... 1.19


Seafood
(w. White Rice)
86. Plain Lobster Sauce ................................ 3.50
87. Shrimp w. Lobster Sauce.................................. 7.50
88. Shrimp w. Chinese Vegetable........................... 7.50
89. Shrimp.w. String Bean ......................................... 7.50
90. ' Curry Shrimp w. Onion.............................. 7.50
91. Shrimp w. Snow Peas ..................................... .. 7.50
92. Shrimp w. Mushroom....................................... 7.50
93. Shrimp w. Black Bean Sauce............................. 7.50
94. Sweet & Sour Shrimp ....................................... 7.50,
95. Shrim p w. Broccoli ........................................... 7.50
96. Shrimp w. Cashew Nuts................................... 7.50
97. - Kung Bo Har Ding (Shrimp)........................ 7.50


Chef's Recommendation
(w. White Rice)
98. Seafood Delight.............................................. 10.95
Lobster, jumbo shrimp, scallop, crab meat saut6ed w.
broccoli, Chinese vegetables, straw mushrooms, snow
peas, bamboo shoots & baby corns in delicious house
special white sauce.
99. Happy Fam ily................................................. 10.95
Jumbo shrimp, crab meat, chicken, beef & roast
pork saut6ed w. broccoli, Chinese vegetables, straw
mushrooms, snow peas, bamboo shoots & baby corns in
tasty chef's special sauce.


w. French Fries w. Chicken or w French Fries
Order or Fried Rice Pork Fried Rice or Fried Rice
Al. Fried Chicken Wings (4) ...................... 3.50................ 4.40................5.00............. 5.50
A2. Fried Baby Shrimp (15) ........................ 3.25.............. 3.95................4.50............... 5.40
A3. Crab Meat Sticks (6) ............................ 3.65.............. 4.65................5.25...............6.25
A4. Fried Scallops (8) ................................. 3.45.............. 4.45...........:....4.95...............5.95
A5. Fried Chicken Nuggets (10)................. 2.75................ 3.65................4.25...............5.25
A6. -- Chicken Wings (4) w. Mambo Sc ... 4.25................ 4.95................ 5.50............... 6.40
A7. French Fries ...................................... 1.00


2258 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536 (Publix Shopping Center)


100. Four Seasons ................................................... 10.95
Jumbo shrimp, crab meat, chicken & roast pork sauteed
w. broccoli, Chinese vegetables, straw mushrooms, snow
peas, bamboo shoots & baby corns in house special brown
sauce.
101. Lemon Chicken ....................................... 8.50
Crispy chicken breast on a bed of broccoli of freshly sliced
lemon sauce.
102. ,& Orange Beef .... ............................. 9.25
Specially marinated sliced beef w. orange flavor on a bed of
broccoli.
J03. & Orange Chicken ....................................... 8.50
Specially marinated chunks of chicken w. orange flavor on
bed of broccoli.
104. Sesam e Beef................................................... 9.25
Chunksof tender beef fried crunchy iq brown sesame
sauce on bed of broccoli.
105. Sesam e Chicken ............................................. 8.50
Chunks of crunchy fried chicken tender on the inside in
brown sesame sauce on a bed of broccoli.
106. & General Tso's Chicken.............................. 8.50
Chunks of crunchy chicken, tender on the inside in hot
General's sauce on a bed of broccoli.
107. -- Ta Chien Chicken..................................... 8.50
Chicken meat w. celery, Chinese vegetables, red & green
pepper, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, snow peas,
mushroom in spicy brown sauce.
108. ' Szechuan Chicken ..................................... 8.50
Onion, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, green pepper
w. a spicy red sauce.
109. - Szechuan Beef .......................................... 9.25
Onion, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, green pepper
w. a spicy red sauce.
I 10. -' Szechuan Shrimp.................................. 9.25
Onion, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, green pepper
w. a spicy red sauce.
II 1I. ' Triple Delight Szechuan Style .................... 9.50
Chicken, beef & shrimp in Szechuan style.
I 12. H unan C hicken.................................................. 8.50
Sliced chicken saut6ed w. broccoli, water chestnuts, straw
mushrooms, baby corns, red & green pepper & snow peas
in Hunan sauce.
113. - Hunan Beef................ ................ ... .......9.25
Sliced beef saut6ed w. broccoli, water chestnuts, straw
mushrooms, baby corns, red & green pepper & snow peas
in Hunan sauce.
114. '& Hunan Shrim p........................................... 9.25
Sliced shrimp saut6ed w. broccoli, water chestnuts, straw
mushrooms, baby corns, red & green pepper & snow peas
'in Hunan sauce.
I 15. I 'S Triple Delight Hunan Style........................ 9.50
Chicken, beef & shrimp in Hunan style.
1 16. -'& Chicken w. Garlic Sauce .............................. 8.50
Broccoli, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, black fungus
w. spicy brown sauce.
I 17. ' Beef w. Garlic Sauce.................................... 9.25
Broccoli, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, black fungus
w. spicy brown sauce.
1 18. Shrimp w. Garlic Sauce................................... 9.25
Broccoli, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts, black fungus
w. spicy brown sauce.
119. - Shrimp or Pork w. Garlic Sauce................. 9.25
120. '-' Triple Delight w. Garlic Sauce................... 9.50
Chicken, beef & shrimp in garlic sauce.
121. - Hot & Spicy Beef...................................... 8.50
Shredded beef saut6ed w. red & green pepper, celery,
bamboo shoots & scallion in special hot & spicy sauce.
122. - Hot & Spicy Shrimp............................ 9.25
Jumbo shrimp saut6ed w. green pepper, onions, snow peas
& scallion in special hot & spicy hoisin sauce.
123. - Mongolian Beef....'................... ........ 9.25
I Hot & Spicy


Dinner & Lunch Combination Plates
(All Orders w. Pork Fried Rice & Egg Roll)

Lunch Dinner
DI. Chicken or Roast Pork Chow Mein................ ..... .....4.25.................6.25
D2. Shrimp or Beef Chow Mein......................... ........................4.65...................6.65
D3. Chicken or Pork Egg Foo Young.............................................4.65.................6.65
D4. Shrimp or Beef Egg Foo Young.............................................4.95 ................ 6.65
D 5. Sw eet & Sour Shrim p .............................................................4.95 ................ 6.95
D6. Pepper Steak w. Onion..........................................................4.95 ................ 6.95
D7. Shrimp w. Lobster Sauce......................................................4.95 ................ 6.95
D8. '-- Curry Chicken w. Onions ..............................................4.65 ................ 6.65
D9. Sw eet & Sour Chicken or Pork ..............................................4.65 . ................6.65
D I0. M oo Coo Gai Pan ............................................................. 4.65 ................ 6.65
D I . Chicken or Roast Pork Lo Mein ...........................................4.65.................6.65
D 12. Shrimp or Beef Lo Mein .....................................................4.95 ................ 6.95
D 13. Chicken or Roast Pork w. Broccoli....................................4.65................ 6.65
D 14. Shrim p or Beef w . Broccoli.............:.....................................4.95 . ................ 6.95
D 5. Chicken or Pork w. Chinese Veg.........................................4.65.................. 6.65,
Dl 6. Shrimp or Beef w. Chinese Veg...................4.95.........................4.95.................6.95
D I7. Chicken or Pork w. Snow Peas.............................................4.65.................6.65
D 8. Shrimp or Beef w. Snow Peas.............................................4.65 ................ 6.95
D 19. Roast Pork or Chicken w. Mushroom ..................................4.95.................6.65
D20. *-- Chicken or Beef w. Garlic Sauce.................................4.95..................6.95
D21. Szechuan Chicken or Beef ............................................. 4.95 .................. 6.95
D22. * Hunan Chicken or Beef........................ ..........................4.95 ................ 6.95
D23. ,- Kung Bo Chicken .......................................................... 4.95 ................ 6.95
D24. Chicken w. Cashew Nuts...................................................4.95 ................6.95
D25. -& Hot & Spicy Beef ......................................................... 4.95 ................ 6.95
D26. Cantonese Style Chicken....................................................4.95 ................6.95
D27. -& General Tso's Chicken ........................ ........................ 4.95 ...................6.95
D 28. Sesam e C chicken ........................ ...................................... 4.95 ................ 6.95
D 29. M ixed Vegetable................................................................. 4.25 ................ 6.25
D 30. -- M ongolian Beef .................................. ........................ 4.95 ..................6.95
D 3 1 ., Broccoli w . Garlic Sauce ................................................. 4.25 ..................6.25
D 32. Boneless Spare Ribs............................................................ 4.95 ................ 6.95
D 33. Teriyaki C chicken ...................................... ........................ 4.95 ..................6.95
D34. Chicken or Pork w. String Bean.......... .................................4.65 .................6..65
D35. Shrim p or Beef w. String Bean..............................................4.95 . ................ 6.95
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Second View


B
SECTION

BUSINESS ..............1
CLASSIFIEDS........... B13-88


B2 Korean Martial
Arts Festival


B5 Hospice wins
award


B6


CHS grad meets WEDNESDAY,
the president Yavaxo


Football
Thursday: Baker at South
Walton Jamboree, 6:30 p.m.

Friday: Crestview Red and
White scrimmage, 6 p.m.

Locals in Classic
Crestview softball coach
Bruce Hubbs will be calling the
shots for the West team at the
Third Starr Athletics Panhandle
Softball Classic at Bonifay on
Thursday.
Hubbs will be joined
by Crestview players Kelly
Balcerak and Breanna Currie.
Also on the West team will be
Laurel Hill's Alicia Griggs and
Adeana Reeves.
The game is set to start at
6p.m.
The Starr Athletics
Panhandle Baseball Classic
also will be played in Bonifay
Thursday. Game time is 7 p.m.
Baker's Sam Salter, Brian
Feick and Brandon Henderson
will play for the West. The
Gator trio will be joined by
Laurel Hill's Jon Lyons and
Jace Smith.

May Day Golf
Carver Hill Memorial and
Historical Society, Inc., is
sponsoring its annual May Day
Golf tournament on Friday.
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
682-7904 or 862-7904

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 today 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.

Golf fundraiser
Okaloosa County Public
Works employees are
sponsoring a golf fund raiser
to benefit the American Heart
Association on June 20.
Entry fee is $55 per golfer
and includes, greens fees, cart
fees and food.
This is a four-person
scramble With being flighted A,
B or C according to handicap.
There also will be a silent
auction and a 50/50 raffle.
Deadline for entering is
June 16. For more information
contact Cindy Halsey or
Donald Kearney at 651-7394.

TWo-man 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.


LOCAL GOLF
Foxw9od Country Club
Sunday Lowball, May 11.
1. Steve Mobley, David
Smith, Frank Carr, Bill Ward,
Jerry Maughon -13
2. Larry Fordyce, Tracy
Bonham, Will Bonham, Steve
Whiddon, Tom Prier -12
3. Andrew Gamble, Cory
McSween, Gail Zwirblia, Bob
Zwirblia -11
4. Anthony Perez, Jesse
Dennis, Terry Tillman, Ton
Boisjolie, Don Kearney -11
5. Tim Stanley, Dave
Campbell, Leon Cunningham,
Alan Parsons -11

His and Her Tournarient,
May 17
A Flight
1. Faye Thomas, Jeff
Holmes 65-52.1
2. Karen Quinn, Pat Quinn
72-59.1
3. Bonnie Hochmuth, Linc
Hochmuth 70-59.2
4. Betty Ahearn, George
Bonner 71-59.3
. 5, Glnda Edwards, Owen
Edwards 72-61.2
B Flight
1. Carol Hower, Brian Davis
74-60.2
2. Heidi Blair, John Blair
78-61.5
3. Becky Fink, Tim Fink 77-
62.9
4. Kay Flynn, Scott Decker
76-63.4
5. Krystal McLane, Craig
Barbee 80 64.4
5. Anthony Perez,
Debra Henderson, Tommy
Henderson, Jerry Devoy, Mike
Babine -9
6. Brandon Moser, Howard
Mitchell,,Archie Perez, Tracy
Bonham, Will Bonham -9

Sunday Lowball, May 18.
1. Don Kearney, Terry
Tillman, Don Widmaier, Ron
Boisjolie, Hal Jellison -13
2. Tony Petrea, Archie
Perez, Jesse Perez, Ferrell
Sasser -12
3. Brandon Moser, Howard
Mitchell, Ron Magruder, Bob
Zwirblia -10
4. Anthony Perez, Dick
Hickson, Bill Ward -9
5. Tom Prier, Pat Martin,
Larry Fordyce, Eric Fordyce
-9
6. Danny Josey, Lavaughn
Dorman, Janice Cheatham,
Jay Merrifield -8

HAMMONDS
UPDATE
Hammnonds qualifies for
eliminations at Bristol
BRISTOL, Tenn. -
Crestview native Tom
Hammonds was knocked
out in the first round of elim-
inations at O'Reilly NHRA
Thunder Valley Nationals tnis
past weekend.
Hammonds' team did
snap a five-event string of
failing to qualify for elimina-
tions.
"We were pleased to
be qualified and actually to
have a chance to race in the
first round of eliminations,
but I am a competitor and
have been a competitor my
whole life. We are satisfied
with the run, but we still
have a lot of work to do,"
said Hammonds.
Hammonds' first-round
run was solid. He led until
the 1/8-mile mark of the
track, where Dave Connolly
turned on the speed to pass
him for the win.
"Whatever it is, as far as
our engines are concerned,
we are not performing in
the back half of the track,"
Hammonds said. "So, we
need to go back to the shop
and look at everything and
make sure we are better
prepared to be able to go
out here and fight with these
guys."
Hammonds qualified in
11th place.


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
Rising senior Billy Whatmough has been a presence on the Baker varsity football team since his eighth-grade season.



SBaker's



BACKFIELD FIXTURE


Billy Whatmough prepares for his fifth, varsity season


. Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - In an age when high
school football players are lucky to
get two years of playing time at the
varsity level, Billy Whatmough is
practically ancient.
It's fair to say the Baker rising
senior has been around the block at
least a time or two.
Whatmough started at running
back for. the Gators as an eighth-
grader and has been a fixture in the
Baker backfield ever since.
He's one of nine seniors who
were entering their freshmen sea-
sons when Bob Kellogg took over
the Baker program. Kellogg can't
imagine what life would be like
without Whatmough's presence on
.and off the field.
"He's probably the best leader
on -our football team," Kellogg
said. "Kids respect him the most (of
any Gator) in the classroom and on
the football field and outside in his
personal life."
Whatmough made an impres-
sion on his coach frpm the start.
"He was really mature for his


;..,u 7 ....... ..,,2
Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
Billy Whatmough, right, defends a teammate during a drill during Baker's
spring practice' Monday.


age (as a ninth-grader)," Kellogg
said.
"For him to play the year before
as an eighth-grader, and then again
as ninth-grader, when he was our
leading rusher with something like
500 yards, was really surprising.


He just carried himself better than
a ninth-grader."
Whatmough has plenty of tal-
ent, but there's more to him than
just his physical skills.

See BACKFIELD B3


Players sense family feeling at Crestview camp'


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Listen to the offensive
lineman on the Crestview
football team, and you
definitely hear a "We are
Family" mindset to this
budding 2008 squad as
spring practice winds
down.
The Bulldogs will hold
a Red and White scrim-
mage at 6 p.m. on Friday
at the school's practice


The Bulldogs will hold a Red and White scrimmage
at 6p.m. on Friday at the school's practice field
and then travel to Niceville on May 30 for a
spring game with'the Eagles.


field and then travel to
Niceville on May 30 for
a spring game with the
Eagles.
Rising senior offensive
lineman Alex Cihanowic
is encouraged by the prog-
ress the team has made as


it tries to rebound from a
3-6 campaign.
"We've been working
real hard as a team and
getting it done," he said.
"We are getting togeth-
er, which is something
we've needed as a team,


to be unified and to be to-
gether."
With Matt Sanders,
one of the best offensive
linemen in school history,
headed to Clemson, the
returning linemen know
they have their work cut
out for them.
"It motivates us.a lot,"
Nick Brown said.
"We have to work as
a family and give 110

See CAMP B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It's getting to be that
time of year I love to hate
and hate to love.
The high school spring
sports are finished, and
soon spring football will
be wrapping up. When
you're a sports editor at
a paper like the News
Bulletin it really can be
a near-traumatic experi-
ence.


Most of the stories I
write center around our
local high school athletes.
When school is out for
the summer it can be dif-
ficult to generate story
ideas.
That's where you
come into play.
I need your help.
No, I don't need you
to write stories for me,
though I will gladly
consider any submitted
stories.


I need you to help
me come up with story
ideas.
What am I looking
for?
I will be doing stories
on the local sports camps
for kids. When I was
with the Hub, those were
some of the best stories
we ran.
I want to know about
the different team camps
local high school athletes
are attending or any elite


camps a local star might
be invited to. I want to
know about our local
college athletes who are
home for the summer, or
for that matter, playing
in a summer league.
I plan on trying to
catch up with former
Crestview pitcher John
Bale (who is now with
the Kansas City Royals)
and Anthony Brown,

See IDEAS B3


BLEACHERS


Send us your best summertime story ideas


We are always looking for sports information and news , . , .D OM
from those involved In our community. 0, F REE OM
ARE YOU INVOLVED? Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com "ia-t9cAs :,..,r -HE. ,.,:
Navigate the Coast








B2 1 Crestview News Bulletin


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Korean Martial Arts Festival
Special to the News Bulletin - .
The second Korean Mar-a.
tial Arts Festival was held
April 18-20 at the Quality
Inn in Crestview.
The event featured grand-
master- and master-level
instructors from all over the . ..
United States and Canada.
Keynote speakers were
ninth-degree black belts
Grand Master Hwang and .
Grand Master Timmerman,
who have a combined 110
years of training and teach-
ing. Special Forces retiree Calvin L
Seminars included fun- Martial Arts in Navarre demons
damentals of Taekwon-Do, Gordon Martial Arts student
rope technique, joint locks,
stick work, hard style de-..
fense/drills and more
The 2009 festival is sclhed- T
The 2009 festival is sched- Gordon Martial Arts student Marty Mears (right) works with Patrick Boretsky from Fort
uled for April 17-19 of next Walton Beach. Boretsky is doing a "shoulder lock" which applies pressure to the rotor cuff if
year. the attacker doesn't yield.


ongton from Precision
:rates gun disarms with
Nikki Montgomery.


Grand Master Hwang
promotes Thomas Gordon
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008 SPORTS


BACKFIELD continued from B1i


"His attitude is the
greatest thing that Billy
carries with him," Kellogg
said. "He's a very positive
kid. He motivates kids
around him. He elevates
those he plays with.
"You never see Billy
down or discouraged.
He's really just so consis-
tent. He loves, the game
and I've never seen him
down."
A team-first guy, What-
mough seemed uncom-
fortable with the praise
from his coach.
"It makes me feel proud
(Kellogg's comments),"
Whatmough said, "but I


SPRING JAMBOREE,
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and Seahawks in the
jamboree will be Jay and
Freeport. The Gators kick
things off against Freeport
at 6 p.m. Admission is $5.

have help from my team-
mates.
"There are times when
I come out and my head
is down, and they pick
me up, so I think it's more
of everybody helping ev-
erybody. It's not just one


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Athletic physical for the
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be given at the Baker field
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all male and female ath-
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is $20


main leader out here."
Whatmough led the
Gators in rushing his
freshman and sopho-
more years. Last season,
when the Gators moved
to a spread offense, Cam-
eron Domangue became
the team's leading rusher


from the quarterback slot.
Some players might be
upset, but Whatmough
took it in stride.
"It wasn't hard at all
(having Domangue lead
the team in rushing),"
Whatmough said. "It's
isn't about how many
times a game I carry the
ball, it's about if the team
is doing good.
"They can hand it to
Cameron Domangue 100
times in a game. I don't
care, as long as we gain
yards."
That attitude wasn't
lost on Kellogg.
"Here he was the lead-


ing rusher as a freshman
and sophomore and all of
a sudden he doesn't carry
the package, another kid
does, but Billy blocked for
him," Kellogg said. "Billy
never complained - not
one word - and that's
what's unique about him.
"Whoever Billy is
around, he just makes
them better. I wish every
kid was like Billy."

Read about Baker's Ma-
roon-White game and spring
jamboree at crestviewbul-
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News Bulletin.


CAMP continued from B1


percent. We are working
hard and are in a lot better
shape than we were last
year."
Josh Hamilton, who
enters his third year as a
starter, has seen the ups
and downs of playing in
the tough District 2-4A.
He too talks about the im-
portance of presenting a
unified front.
"We were good the first
year I was on varsity, and
the second year we were
all right," he said. "This is


by far the best spring that
we've had.
"We are coming to-
gether as a family, and we
are in better shape. And I
think we will be smarter
this year."
Chase Boals will be
protecting quarterback
Jason Parker's blind side
from his left tackle spot.
"We've come together
as a team, and we are
playing real hard," he
said. "We have had real
good practices.


"We are holding each
other up as a team. That's
something we didn't have
last year, and that's why
we went 3-6."
The Bulldogs were
done with spring practice.
by this time in previous
years. Trevor Sauls admit-
ted the extra days haven't
been easy, but sees the
benefit of the extra work
"It can be rough," he
said. "Some days you
come out, and you don't
want to practice, but the


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"We've had more time
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fall."'
Bulldog coach . Matt
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second team-against-sec-
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younger players facing
each other.
For now there is still


work to be done.
"We will polish up the
three or four plays we've
been working on (this
week)," he said. "And
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another former Bulldog
(who is in the Cincinnati
farm system).
I'm also interested in
doing some more out-
doors stories to keep
our outdoor enthusiasts
happy
I understand a lot of
you also are thinking
about little Johnny or
Mary's youth league team.
I hate to say it, and I
don't want to offend any-
one, but youth league sto-
ries aren't really what I am
looking for.
There are several fac-
tors that go into that deci-
sion. The biggest factor:
the large number of youth
leagues and thus youth
league teams that fill any
community. By covering
one youth league team I'd
open Pandora's Box and
would be expected to cov-
er everyone's youth team.
I'm just a one-man staff,
and it's hard enough for
me to give fair and bal-
anced coverage to our
three high schools.
If you have an all-star
team that does well at the
state or national level, I'll
gladly look into doing a
story. I wish I could give
you some universal crite-
ria for what I'm looking
for. The best I can tell you
is I will consider story
ideas a case-by-case basis
and look at the achieve-
ment of the team and
how it stacks up in the big
scheme of things

Looking ahead
On June 4 we will be
launching a new feature
with Heritage Plantation
golf pro Jeff Marks called
"Tips From the Pro."
Marks will offer weekly
tips to help both the week-
end hacker as well as the
more serious golfer.
And keep your eyes
open for The North End
Zone. This will become
our focal point for local
prep sports as we look at
ways to expand our cover-
age of high school sports
both in our print and on-
line editions.
As the fall approaches,
I hope to partner with a
local radio station for a
weekly call-in show that
will be called North End
Zone Sports.
My vision is to rotate
the program on a weekly
basis between Baker,,
Crestview and Laurel Hill.
If your radio station or
business is interested in
coming on board, please
contact me. I think this
is something that can be
very big in our commu-
nity.
Those of us who have
been around the block a
few times know that the
way the media approaches
stories is constantly
changing.
Gone are the old extra
editions detailing the
death of a president or
some other world-chang-
ing event. The newspaper
extra has been replaced by
the breaking story online.
I assure you, I want to be
the first to know the good
and bad associated with
sports in north Okaloosa
County.
With your help we will
break the story quickly
and with accuracy.
I look forward to your
input.


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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Special to the News Bulletin
The more than four dozen volunteers of the North Okaloosa Medical Center were recognized at a banquet in their honor
last Wednesday. Joining them in front and center are NOMC Director of Business Development and Marketing Lynn Yort,
and volunteer coordinator Jane Lindenberg.



NOMC recognizes volunteers


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The North Okaloosa
Medical Center recently
took time from patching
wounds, delivering babies
and mending bones to rec-
ognize a key cadre of its
healers: its 51 volunteers.
The volunteers gathered
April 30 - appropriately
in the middle of National
Volunteer Week - for the
hospital's Annual Awards
and Recognition Banquet.
Each volunteer received
a special lapel pin featur-
ing the year they began
their service to the institu-
tion and the community.


David S. Sanders, the
hospital's chief executive
officer, praised the men
and women.
"Our community's hos-
pital is very well served
by the compassionate and
caring volunteer organiza-
tion you all comprise," he
said.
During 2007, the group
recorded 9,363.75 volun-
teer hours served in 25
hospital departments.
Three people were recog-
nized for clocking the most
accumulated hours:
* Barbara Kyzer volun-
teered 381 hours in the Pre-
Admit Department;
* Voncile Tate volun-


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observance of Memorial Day.

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who are currently serving.

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teered 441 hours at the
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and
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mela Meadows, chairman
of the Board of Trustees at
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"Dr. Meadows has
worked tirelessly to im-
prove the quality of life in
our community," Sanders
said. "She is an inspiration
to many and is an extraor-
dinary example of the true
volunteer spirit."
Volunteers are familiar
throughout the hospital.


Their pink or blue jackets
are a welcome and sooth-
ing sight for many pa-
tients.
Their efforts do more
than raise patients' spirits.
"The volunteers are
very proud of 'the contri-
bution they make because
it sets the medical profes-
sionals free to focus on pa-
tient care," said volunteer
coordinator Jane Linden-
berg.
Lindenberg said volun-
teers are found throughout
the hospital.
"Some are even in engi-
neering and marketing as
well," Lindenberg said
To offer your services as
a North Okaloosa Medical
Center volunteer, call Lin-
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Deidra Faulkner of Covenant Hospice accepts the
Torch Award from Norman Wright, President/CEO
of your BBB serving Northwest Florida.



Food drive part of EMS --Veek


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Board of Commissioners
has proclaimed May 18-
24 EMS Week, in honor of
Emergency Medical Ser-
vices. Food drives will be
held in Crestview and Fort
Walton Beach at Publix
Stores in celebratioA of the
theme "Your Life is Our
Mission." Food Drives are
from 3-6 p.m. All food col-
lected is donated to Shar-
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view and Fort Walton
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Director Dino Villani said.
"They also dedicate time
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Covenant Hospice, with an office in Crestview,
received the Better Business Bureau Foundation of
Northwest Florida's Torch Award for Marketplace
Ethics from its District II area, which covers Oka-.
loosa and Walton counties.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Special to the News Bulletin
Maj. Dirk Tyson met President Bush at a U.S. Army
inspection and presentation last month. His parents
are Dan and Louise Tyson of Baker.


Crestview graduate


meets President Bush

Special to the News Bulletin

Maj. Dirk Tyson, U.S. Army, has been assigned
to the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
He graduated from Crestview High School in
1985 and the University of Alabama in 1991. Tyson
was stationed in Baghdad before transferring to
the Pentagon.
In April, he had the opportunity to meet Presi-
dent Bush at an Army function. Tyson travels all.
over the world giving training seminars. His fam-
ily lives in Virginia. His parents, Dan and Louise
Tyson, live in Baker.



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James R. Martin
James R. Martin has joined the
United States Army under the De-
layed Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women the
opportunity to delay entering ac-
tive duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the new
soldier the option to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible to
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a college education. After comple-
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of training that included classroom
study and practical instruction on
naval customs, first aid, firefight-
ing, water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on physi-
cal fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This exer-
cise gives recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to succeed in the
fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed
to galvanize the basic warrior at-
tributes of sacrifice, dedication,
teamwork and endurance in each
recruit through the practical appli-
cation of basic Navy skills and the
core values of.Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy"
flavor was designed to take into ac-
count what it means to be a Sailor.
Denmon is a 2007 graduate of
Baker School.

David Murray
Navy Seaman David Murray,
son of Becky A. and Clark Brice-
Nash of Baker, recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great Lakes,'
m11.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Murray completed a variety
of training that included classroom
study and practical instruction on
naval customs, first aid, firefight-
ing, water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on physi-
cal fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations". This exer-
cise gives recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to succeed in the
fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed
to galvanize the basic warrior at-
tributes of sacrifice, dedication,
teamwork and endurance in each
recruit through the practical appli-
cation of basic Navy skills and the
core values of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy"
flavor was designed to take into ac-
count what it means to be a Sailor.
Murray is a 2004 graduate of
Niceville High School.

Caleb A.
Bettenhausen
Army Pvt. Caleb A. Betten-
hausen has graduated from Basic
Combat training at Fort Sill, Law-
ton, Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the


Army mission and received in-
struction and training exercises
in drill 'and ceremonies, Army
history, core values and tradi-
tions, military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first aid,
rifle marksmanship, weapons
use, map reading and land navi-
gation, foot marches, armed and
unarmed combat, and field ma-
neuvers and tactics.
Bettenhausen is the son of
Cinthia J. Bettenhausen of Crest-
view.

Henry R. Booker
Henry R. Booker has joined the
United States Army under the De-
layed Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women the
opportunity to delay entering ac-
tive duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the new
soldier the option, to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible to
receive as much as $50,000 toward
a college education. After comple-
tion of basic military training, sol-
diers receive advanced individual
training in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to their first
permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$11,000 enlistment bonus.
Booker will report to Fort Ben-
ning, Columbus, Ga., for basic
training in July.
He is the son of Teresa M. Book-
er of Crestview, and Charles W.
Booker of Baker.

Megan J. Seip
Megan J. Seip has joined the
United States Army under the
Delayed Entry Program. The
program gives young men and
women the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to one
year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of -basic
military training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$7,000 enlistment bonus.
Seip graduated in 2001 from
Crossroads Christian School in
Florida. and received and as-
sociate's degree in 2007 from
Okaloosa-Walton College. She
is reporting to Fort Jackson, Co-
lumbia, S.C., for basic training
this month. '
She is the daughter of George
and Patricia Seip of Crestview.

Travis P. Whitney
Travis P. Whitney has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program. The
program gives young men and
women the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to one
year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much- as
$50,000 toward a college educa-
tion. After completion of basic
military training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
Whitney graduated in 1999
from Choctawhatchee High
School and received a bachelor's
degree in 2007 from the Univer-
sity of West Florida. He reported
to Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.,
for basic training in April.
He is the son of Darcy M. Soli-
day of Pleasantville, Ohio, and
James J. Whitney of Shalimar.


COMMUNITY EVENTS


BAKER

CHESSHER FAMILY
REUNION: May 24,3 p.m.
to 10 p.m. at the Baker Area
Recreation Center on State
Road 4, Baker. Please bring
a covered dish, favorite
recipes for the family
cookbook and bring your
family to celebrate the
Chessher heritage. Dinner
will be served about 5 p.m.
SHADY GROVE
CEMETERY FEE: Anyone
owning a cemetery plot in
Shady Grove Cemetery in
Baker, especially families
with loved ones in the
cemetery, are reminded
that the 2008 maintenance
fee is now due and payable
to Shady Grove Cemetery
Fund. They may be mailed
or delivered to the Shady
Grove Church, 1189 Shady
Grove Road, Baker, FL
32531. Details: 537-2774 or
537-3104.


CRESTVIEW

MAY DAY GOLF
TOURNAMENT: You are
invited to participate in
the Carver-Hill May Day
Golf Tournament Friday at
Foxwobd Country Club in
Crestview. 8 a.m. shotgun
start, four man Florida
Lowball, with trophies,
prizes and lunch at a cost
of $45 per person.
You may also be a
sponsor, enter a team, or
donate prizes for the event.
Details: Chris Daggs, 682-
2721; Samuel Allen, 682-
3494.
DAV MEMORIAL
DAY OBSERVANCE:
May 26 at 10 a.m. at
Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery in Crestview at
10 a.m. Local veteran and
civic organizations and
individuals are invited
to place a wreath at the
memorial in the cemetery
during the observance.
Call Merallyn McDonald at
682-3666 to take part.
Flags will be placed on
all veteran graves on May
24 at 7 p.m. The public is
invited to attend and honor
all service personnel who
have given their lives for
our freedom.
SENIOR AWARDS
DAY: will be held at 7:30
a.m. on May 22 in the CHS
auditorium.
RYAN RICHARDSON
MEMORIAL RIDE:
Saturday, May 31 at DJ's
Basement, 892 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview. The
fee is $10 per rider.
Preregistration is Friday,
May 30 at 8 p.m. (includes
Saturday breakfast).
Registration is at 9 a.m. on
Saturday, May 31. Breakfast
will be serve at 8 a.m.
Saturday for $5 a plate.
Dinner is also available.
Battle of the Bands,
50/50 raffles and a silent
auction, as well as other
activities are planned.
The ride will benefit
the National Niemann-
Pick Disease Foundation,
Inc. Visit www.nnpdf.
org for details on Ryan's �
story and the foundation.
Details on sponsorship
or participation in Battle
of the Bands, call David
Parker at (586) 350-1136,
visit DJ's Basement, or
email david@davidjparker.
com.
JOB FAIR SIGNUP:
The Career Resource
Center at Okaloosa-Walton
College will host a North
Okaloosa County Career
& Job Fair on June 11 at
the Crestview Community
Center, located at 1446
Commerce Drive. There
are limited openings for
area businesses who would
like to participate. The
deadline to apply is May
30. For more information,
call 729-5227.
SWIMMING
LESSONS: The American
Red Cross is scheduling
child and adult swim
classes for their "Learn
to Swim series." There


are many schedules for
Crestview and surrounding
areas. If you're interested
in child or adult Learn
to Swim, please contact
customer services at 800-
773-7620. They will provide
you with the schedule
for the facility closest to
your home. To register
online please go to www.


yourredcross.org.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida
Blood Center include:
Knights of Columbus
Crestview, 701 E James Lee
Blvd. - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Details: Pam Hill, 862-
4216.
5/23: Santa Rosa
Mall, 300 Mary Esther
Boulevard, 12:30 p.m. - 5:30
p.m.
The American Red
Cross is currently in need
of volunteer blood donors
with all blood types,
particularly those with
Type 0 Positive or Type
O Negative, due to the
continuing critical need.
The American Red Cross is
urging all eligible donors
to give at blood drives and
donor centers over the next
several weeks as a way of
keeping the blood supply
at a safe and stable level.
The most critical current
need is for donors with
Type 0 blood, because
Type 0 blood makes up
more than half of the total
blood requested by the
more than 100 hospitals
served in the Alabama and
Central Gulf Coast Region.
HOLLINGHEAD'S
WORKS AT LIBRARY:
Contemporary folk
artist Toby Goodwin'
Hollinghead is the
Featured artist for May
and June at the Robert L. F.
Sikes Public Library at 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
the post office). 682-4432..
UWF ACADEMIC
ADVISING: Advisors:
Latrece Gulley and Gail
Holmes will be in the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce office the 1st
and 3rd Tuesday of every
month from 8:30 a.m. - 1
p.m. and the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of every month
from 1 - 5 p.m. They will
be happy to set up an
appointment to discuss
,your degree program
and offer information
on how to achieve your
professional goals. To get
started on your dream,
please call 863-6569.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR
SENIORS: The Senior
Center at Old Spanish
Trail Park on Stillwell
Blvd. in Crestview hosts
low impact aerobics every
Monday from 9-10 a.m. A
'$5 fee applies. Call Tammy
at 682-0647 for details,
and feel free to pick up a
calendar for other activities
at the center.
LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: meets every 2nd
and 4th Saturday at 1 p.m.
at the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Details:
Library Director Jean
Lewis, 682-4432, or Helen
Bosch, 537-8884.
DMS SELLING
MEMORIAL DAY SIGNS:
. The bow-shaped, two-
feet-tall ribbons are being
painted by students for
a donation of up to $15.
Most of them will be
painted yellow but can be
customized to promote
breast cancer awareness or
other memorials. Almost
any name or phrase can
be added at the donor's
request. Monies will help
sponsor an overnight field'
trip to Montgomery, Ala.
Details: 758-0282.
CLASS OF '88
REUNION: is being
planned for Crestview
High alumni in June.
Details: chsalumnil988@
yahoo.com or 689-1282.

OKALOOSA/SANTA
ROSA COUNTIES

MEMORIAL
WEEKEND
BROADCAST: News Talk
1260 will air "The Wake-
Up Call" at the Magnolia
Grill on Friday, May 23
from 6 to 9 a.m. The show
will recognize past and
present military women
and have special guests
from Hurlburt Field, Eglin
Air Force Base, and The


Fisher House. Details: Call
the grill at (850) 302-0266 or
Talk 1260 at 243-2323.
BOATING COURSES:
Held at the UWF W.E.'
Coombs School on Lovejoy
Road in Fort Walton Beach.
May 24 - How to use a
chart- 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Registration is available


the hands can lead to
stiffness, swelling and
pain. It often makes
everyday activities - such
as holding a cup of coffee,
threading a needle, or
tying your shoelaces
-painful and difficult.
The American Arthritis
Society has compiled some
useful and practical tips
for self-care and made
them available on the
Society's Web site at www.
americanarthritis.org.
LICENSE PLATES ON
SALE: The new Florida
Support Our Troops!


on-line through the UWF
Continuing Education
Maritime Education web
site. The cost for each
seminar is $40.
Details: (850) 315-0686
or (850) 474-2914 or visit
www.fwsps.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL: For
more on any of the group's
activities visit http://
westgate.floridatrail.org
online.
Saturday, May 24 -
Sunday, May 25, at 8 a.m.
Camping, canoeing, and
hiking event on Juniper
Creek in Santa Rosa
County. Details (850) 623-
1646.
Tuesday, May 27, at
6 p.m. Monthly meeting
at LaRumba restaurant
in Niceville. Visitors
welcome. Details: 682-6098.
For more on any of
the group's activities
visit http:/ /westgate.
floridatrail.org online.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For more details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591.
MUSEUM SUMMER
CAMP: Archaeology Kids:
Museum Summer Camp
will run June 16-18 or July
14-16 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Campers will experience
10,000 years of history in
three fun-filled days.
Cost is $50 per camper
for all three days. Students
going into the third-sixth
grades are welcome.
Advance registration is
required: Gail Lynn Meyer,
833-9595.
SUMMIT FOR
HEROES: Saturday, June
7 at 10 a.m. at Lakewood
park on U.S. Hwy. 331,25
miles north of DeFuniak
Springs. The Memorial
Climb is in honor of fallen
officers killed in the line of
duty.
Participants should
wear comfortable clothing
and shoes. Refreshments
will be served Details: visit
the Cops on Top Web site
or contact Anna LaCour, at
(850) 892-8186.
LOW AIRPORT
FARES: The Okaloosa
Regional Airport now has
an airfare watch dog on
their Web site, www.flyvps.
com. This added feature
continuously searches
the web for the lowest
airfares from the Okaloosa
Regional Airport to many
destinations across the
country.
Unless otherwise
noted, the fares listed do
not include all taxes and
fees, which are calculated
when you confirm your
reservation. For more
information, call 651-7160.
HOLY MACKEREL
SUMMER CAMP: for
kids in grades K-5 offers
a Christ-centered summer
experience starting June
25 and continuing every
other week until Aug.
1. The only children's
summer camp offered in
Destin, it includes games,
activities, field trips and
other activities. Reasonable
fees. Scholarships are
available on a first-come,
first-serve basis. Details:
Tami Bonhardt-Carr at
Immanuel Church, 837-
6324.
CAMP BRAVE HEART:
Emerald Coast Hospice
will offer Camp Brave
Heart for children ages
7-14 who have experienced
the loss of a loved one.
It will be held at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville
July 25-28. Transportation
will be provided.
In addition to
therapeutic groups and
activities, the children will
participate in indoor and
outdoor activities such as
arts and crafts, boating,
tubing, swimming,
canoeing, field games and
' much more.
To apply, call Frank Dole
at 689-0300.

ONGOING

OSTEOARTHRITIS:
Osteoarthritis of


please contact Volunteer
Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE
EMERALD COAST:
Adult and teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers
serve in different ways
to assist both the patient
and the entire family.
Several methods of
volunteering are available,
including working directly
with patients, clerical,
fundraising, bereavement
and public relations
opportunities. Details:
Teresa Smith, 689-0300.


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specialty license plates ,
are available for purchase
at all tag offices. Florida
residents can register
for plate information
updates and how they can
buy the plates at www.
SupportOurTroops.org.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: The lectures
begin at 10:30 a.m. at the
Robert L.F. Sikes Crestview
Public Library on the first
Tuesday of each month. -
Each month there will be
a different presentation on
many interesting topics.
NOARC: The North
Okaloosa Amateur Radio
Club meets every fourth ..'
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Old Dorcas Fire Station
on U.S.:Highway 90 eight.
miles east of Crestview
(next to the Exxon station
and Sasquatch Zoo).
Anyone interested in
amateur radio is welcome.
Visit www.noarc.net or call
Bob Walker (N4CU) at 537-
9456.
HARVEST VINEYARD
COMPUTER REPAIR:
Harvest Vineyard Mission
is offering computer repair
services to support the
welfare of men and women
who have made a one-
year commitment to the
mission.
Satisfaction is
guaranteed - no fix, no
pay. Fees are $25-$75
for all repairs. If any
hardware is needed, you
will be notified prior to
installation.
Donate your computer
for a good cause, or have
it repaired for a fraction
of what it would cost
elsewhere. Call 682-6447 or
(937) 414-0523 from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday,
or go to 544 N. Main Street
in Crestview. Ask for Mark
Long.
VA TOLL FREE
SUICIDE HOT LINE: VA's
Suicide Hot Line number is
1-800-273-TALK (8255).
BATTERY
RECYCLING: U*S Battery
Warehouse, located at
1108 N. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, is offering free
> recycling to west Florida
consumers. Alkaline,
nickel-cadmium (NiCd),
nickel-metal-hydride
(NiMh), and lithium-ion
(Li Ion) batteries can be
turned in to the warehouse,
which also has a buy back
plan for lead-acid batteries
(wet cell batteries primarily
used for automotive
products). Call 423-4548 for
details.
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive through-'
the popular and ongoing'
Heritage Craft Series. Call
678-2615 to pre-register or-
for more information. Pre-
registration is required for'
all classes:
CHILDCARE
ASSISTANCE: Financial
assistance for childcare is
now available through the
Early Learning Coalition
of Okaloosa and Walton -
Counties for eligible low-
income families who need
help paying for child care.
Call Child Care Services
at 833-9330 or 833-9333
for income eligibility and
appointments.
HERITAGE MUSEUlI
VOLUNTEERS: Use your
talent, skills and creativity.
to benefit the community
and help preserve local
history.
Volunteer training
is available in all areas
of museum operations
including: exhibit tours,
meet and greet, special
events and archives. For
more information on the
volunteer opportunities,
contact Carol Visalpatara
at 678-2615 or at
cvisalpatara@co.okaloosa.
fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS
are needed to invest their
time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you
have a service to offer, time
to volunteer, or would like
additional information,


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Legal # 100383
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
S OKALOOSA
-COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
- CASE NUMBER
. 08-CP-354
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ASSUNTA M. BARONE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
TQ ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the
estate of ASSUNTA M.
BARONE, deceased,
File Number 08-CP-354
ispendin in theProbate
Court, O3aloosa County,
Florida, the address of
which is:
Clerk if Circuit Court
Okaloosa County Court-
house Annex
1250 Eglin Parkway
Shalimar, Fl. 32579
The names and ad-
dresses of personal rep-
resentative and the per-
sonal representative's at-
torney are set forth be-
low.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
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 publica-
tion of this notice, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATIONS OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent, and persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, must
file their claims with this
Court' WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
May 14, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Valerio Barone
640 Reynolds Circle
Mary Esther, Florida
32569

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Attorney For Personal AS
Representative CA
ROBISON R. HARRELL & Pla
ASSOCIATES, P.A.
3 Clifford Drive vs.
Shalimar. Florida 32579


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850-651-1111 PAUL V. CIURLEO, et al,
Florida Bar Number Defendant(s).
0023840
NOTICE OF ACTION
05/14/08
05/21/08 TO: PAUL V. CIURLEO
LAST KNOWN AD-
Legal # 100389 DRESS: 691 RIDGE LAKE
ROAD CRESTVIEW, FL
IN THE CIRCUIT 32536
COURT IN AND FOR 32536
OKALOOSA CURRENT ADDRESS:
COUNTY, FLORIDA UNKNOWN
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. LAST KNOWN AD-
2008-CP-449 DRESS: SHIRLEY A.
CIURLEO
IN RE THE ESTATE OF 691 RIDGE LAKE ROAD
SUZANNE H. CRESTVIEW, FL. 32536
MANKEWITZ,
Deceased, CURRENT ADDRESS:
NOTICE TO CREDI- UNKNOWN
TORS ANY AND ALL. UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
The administration of the CLAIMING BY,
estate of SUZANNE H. THROUGH UNDER
MANEWITZ, deceased, AND AGAINST THE
whose date of death was HEREIN NAMED IN-
April 7, 2008 and DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
whose social security ANT(S) WHO ARE
number is 212-36-2233, NOT KNOWN TO BE
is pending in the Circuit DEAD OR ALIVE,
Court for Okaloosa WHETHER SAID UN-
County, Florida, Probate KNOWN PARTIES
Division, the address of MAY CLAIM AN IN-
which Okaloosa County TEREST AS SPOUSE,
Courthouse, 101 James HEIRS, DEVISEES,
Lee Boule9ard East, Crest- GRANTEES, OR
view, Florida 32536. OTHER CLAIMANTS
The names and address LAST KNOWN AD-
is the personal represent- DRESS: UNKNOWN
ative and the personal CURRENT ADDRESS:
representative's. attorney UNKNOWN
are set forth below.


All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with .this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
May 21, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James C. Campbell, Es-
quire
Florida Bar No. 708283
# 4 11th Avenue, Suite 2
Shalimar, Florida 32579
850-651-9313
Personal Representative:
Scott L. Mankewitz
05/21/08
05/28/08

Legal # 100390
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-1612 C
DIVISION FILE NUM-
BER F08014097
BANK OF NEW YORK
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE


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 850-65 -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.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FF. 32579; telephone
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/21/08
05/28/08


Legal # 100391
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-i1866 5S
DIVISION: FILE NUM-
BER: F08015324
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a NOAH J. HECKMANN,
mortgage on the follow- er al,
ing. property_ in Defendants(s).
OKALOOSA County,
Florida: NOTICE OF ACTION
COMMENCING AT TO: CHRISTIAN L.
THE NW CORNER OF GOODWIN
THE NE 1/4 OF NW LAST KNOWN AD-
1/4 OF SECTION 6 DRESS 352 JAMAICA
TOWNSHIP 3 WAY NICEVILLE, FL
NORTH, RANGE 23 32578
WEST; RUNNING
THENCE NORTH 87 CURRENT ADDRESS:
DEGREES 45 MIN- UNKNOWN
UTES EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 33.00 ANY AND ALL UN-
FEET- THENCE SOUTH KNOWN PARTIES
03 DEGREES 31 MIN- CLAIMING BY,
UTES EAST A DIS- THROUGH UNDER,
TANCE OF 426.00 AND AGAINST THE
FEET TO THE POINT HEREIN NAMED IN-
OF BEGINNING- DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
THENCE NORTH 87 ANT(S) WHO ARE
DEGREES 45 MIN- NOT KNOWN TO BE
UTES EAST A DIS- DEAD OR ALIVE,
TANCE OF 208.00 WHETHER SAID UN-
FEET- THENCE SOUTH KNOWN PARTIES
03 DEGREES 31 MIN- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
UTES EAST A DIS-TEREST AS SPOUSE,
TANCE OF 101.50 HEIRS, DEVISEES,
FEET- THENCE SOUTH GRANTEES, O
87 DEGREES 45 MIN- OTHER CLAIMANTS
UTES WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 208.00 LAST KNOWN AD-
FEET THENCE NORTH DRESS: UNKNOWN
03 DEGREES 31 MIN- CURRENT ADDRESS:
UTES WEST ALONG UNKNOWN
THE EAST LINE OF A
66 FOOT DIRT STREET YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
tA DISTANC OF an action to foreclose a
101.50 FEETT THE mortgage on the follow-
POINT OF BEGINN- i property in
ING SAID PROPERTY 5 O LOCSA'County Flor-
LYING IN THE NE ida: Aony or-
1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF "
SECTION 6. TOWN- LOT 30, BLOCK B,
SHIP 3 NORTH CARIBBEAN VILLAGE
RANGE 23 WEST, 1-C AT BLUEWATER
O K A L 0 0 S A BAY, ACCORDING
COUNTY, FLORIDA TO THE PLAT FILED
THEREOF IN PLAT
has been filed against BOOK 6 PAGE 15,
you and you are required OF THE PUBLIC REC-
to serve a copy of your ORDS OF
written defenses, if any, O K A L O O S A
on or before 6/19/08, COUNTY, FLORIDA
on Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiff's at- has been filed against
torney, whose address is you and you are required
9119 Corporate Lake fo serve a copy of your
Drive Suite 300, Tampa, written defenses if any,
Florida 33634, and file on or before June 30,
the original with this 2008, on Florida Default
Court either before serv- Law Group-, PL.,
ice on Plaintiff's attorney Plaintiff's attorney, whose
or immediately thereafter address is 9119 Corpo-
otherwise a default will rate Lake Drive Suite
be entered against you 300 Tampa, Florida
for the relief demanded 3364, and file the origi-
in the Complaint or peti- nal with this Court either
tion. before service on
S. "j Plaintiff's attorney or im-
WITNESS m hand and mediately thereafter oth-
the seal of this Court on erwise a default will be
this 14 day of May, entered against you for
2008. the relief demanded in
DON W. HOWARD the Complaint or petition.
Clerk of the Court WITNESS my hand and
By: Kathy Henley the seal of this Court on
As Deputy Clerk this 15 day of May,
2008
IMPORTANT


DON W. HOWARD LEGAL # 120043
Clerk of the Court
By: Kathy Henley IN THE CIRCUIT
As Deputy Clerk COURT OF THE FIRST
I R JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
IMPORTANT AND FOR
In accordance with the OKALOOSA
Americans with Disabili- COUNTY FLORIDA
ties Act, persons with dis- CIVIL ACTION CASE
abilities needing special NO.:
accommodation to partic- 2007-CA-004262S
ipate in this proceeding DIVISION: FILE
should contact Court Ad- NO:FO7031038
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- WELLS FARGO
view, FL, 32536-3515; BANK NA,
telephone number Plaintiff
850-689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the vs.
proceedin., or Shalimar
850-651-7497 DUSTIN MATTHEWS,
' et al,
IMPORTANT Defendant(s)
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- NOTICE OF ACTION
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special TO: DUSTIN MAT-
accommodation to partic- THEWS
ipate in this proceeding LAST KNOWN AD-
should contact Court Ad- DRESS: 3636 E. CLUB
ministration at 1250 N. COLONY DRIVE GASTO-
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, NIA NC 28056-6605
FL. 32579, telephone CURRENT ADDRESS:
number 850-651-7497, UNKNOWN
prior to the proceeding.
ALISON MATTHEWS
05/21/08 LAST KNOWN AD-
05/28/08 DRESS: 3636 E. CLUB
LEGAL # 120038 COLONY DRIVE
GASTONIA NC
IN THE CIRCUIT 28056-6605
COURT OF THE FIRST CURRENT ADDRESS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN UNKNOWN
'AND FOR
COUNTY FLORIDA KNOWN PARTIES
I FILE NO THROUGH UNDER
2008-CP-491 DIVI- AND AGAINST THE
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
IN RE: ESTATE OF ANT(S WHO ARE
CAROLYN PAULINE NOTED KNOWN TO BE
SPENCER DEAD OR ALIVE,
Deceased. WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
NOTICE TO CREDI- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TORS TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES
The administration of the GRAi 'TEES, O0
estate of CAROLYN OTHER CLAIMANTS
PAULINE SPENCER
deceased, whose date oF LAST KNOWN AD-
death was February 25 DRESS:2UNKNOWN
2008 , is pending in the CURRENT ADDRESS:
Circuit Court for UNKNOWN
Okaloosa County, Flor- ..... r
ida Probate Division, the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
address of which is P.O. an action to foreclose a
DRAWER 1359 CREST- mortgage on the follow-
VIEW, FL 32516-1359. g roperPty in
The names and ad- OKALOOSA County,
dresses of the Personal Florida:
Representative and the om .
Personal Representative's THE CONDOMINIUM
attorney are set forth be PARCEL KNOWN AS
low. All creditors of the APARTMENT NO
Decedent and other per- A- 114, PIER. ONE
sons having claims or de- CONDOMINIUM, A.
mands against . CONDOMINIUM, AC-
Decedent's estate on CORDING TO THE
whom a copy of this no -DECLARATION OF
tice is required to be CONDOMINIUM
served must file their THEREOF RECORDED
claims with this court IN OFFICIAL REC-
WITHIN THE LATER OF ORDS BOOK 742
3 MONTHS AFTER THE PAGE 505 OF THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LOCATION OF THIS NO-0 K A L 0 S A
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER COUNTY FLORIDA
THE DATE OF SERVICE AND TE AMEND-.
OF A COPY OF THIS MENTS , .THEREOF
NOTICE ON THEM. All AND PURSUANT TO
other creditors of the De- SURVEY PLOT PLAN
cedent and other persons AND 6RAPHIC DE-
havinag claims or de- SCRIPTION OF IM-
mands against PROVEMENTS AS
Decedent's estate must RECORDED IN CON
file their claims with this DOMINIUM PLAT
court WITHIN 3 BOOK 1, PAGES.62
MONTHS AFTER THE AND63, PUBLIC REC-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- WORDSS OF
LOCATION OF THIS NO- 0 K A L. 0 0 S A
TWICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT COUNTY, .FLORIDA.
FILED WITHIN THE TIME TOGETHE.VR WITH AN
PERIODS SET FORTH IN UNDIVIDED INTEREST
SECTION 733.702 OF IN THE COMMON EL-J'
THE FLORIDA PROBATE EVENTS APPURTE-
CODE WILL BE FOREVER NANT THERETO.
BARRED. NOTWITH- , . .
STANDING THE TIME has been filed against
PERIODS SET FORTH You and you are required
ABOVE ANY CLAIM 0o serve a copy of your
FILED fWO (21 YEARS written defenses, if any
OR MORE AFTER THE on or before
DECEDENT'S DATE OF 6/20/2008, on Florida
DEATH IS BARRED Default Law Group, PL.,
The date of the first publi- Plaintiff's attorney, whose
cation of this notice is address is 9119 Corpo-
May 14, 2008 rate Lake Drive, Suite
' 300 Tampa, Florida
Attorney for Personal 33634 and file the origi-
Representative: AARON nal with this Court either
B. WENTZ, Esquire before service on
Attorney for Personal Plaintiff's attorney or im-
Representative Florida mediately thereafter; oth-
Bar No. 0065810 814A erwise a default will be
Shadow Lane Ft. Walton entered against you for
Beach, FL 32547 Tele---
phone: (850)863-8006 Do Something
Personal Representative: Good For
MARILYN J. YOUNG ,
57 iOlde Cypress Circle, tomorrow
NW Ft. Walton Beach, 1tlT'^ 'V T11
FL 32548 BalRECYCLE
05/14/2008 T A
05/21/2008 vTODAY!


the relief demanded in IMPORTANT
the Complaint or petition. In accordance with the
This notice shall be pub- Americans with Disabili-
lished once each week ties Act, persons with dis-
for two consecutive abilities needing special
weeks in the Crestview accommodation to partic-
News Bulletin. WITNESS ipate in this proceeding
my hand and the seal of should contact Court Ad-
this Court on this 15 day ministration at 1250 N.
of May, 2008 Elin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
Don W. Howard number (850)651-7497,
Clerk of the Court prior to the proceeding.
By: Kathy Henley
As Deputy Clerk . 05/21/2008
Florida Default Law 05/28/2008
Group, RLIP.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 1110
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis- Why Eat Out
abilities needing special on Saturday?
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding When you can actually
should contact Court Ad- dine to the smooth
ministration at 101 James Piano Sound of Jordan
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-Colclasure every Satur-
view, FL, 32536-3515; day nht May 9th thru
telephone number June th at Coach N
(850)689-5000, Exten- Four Steakhouse on
sion 7497, prior to the John King Road.
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r850)651-7497 rdnt with Live Piano
SMusic.


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1st Annual
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Softball
Tournament
Paxton Dixie Youth
1st Annual Co-Ed Softball
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Paxton Dixie Youth Park
$200.00 Team Entry Fee
Double Elimination
ASA Rules. 1st & 2nd
Place Trophies
All proceeds go to Pax-
ton Dixie All-Stars
For more information con-
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Mitchell (850) 978-2973
Marie Carroll
R850)859-9929
hea Varnum (850)
398-0445

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Assistance with
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Senior citizen discounts.


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Clear ticketsrbr Carsh, and
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Lic/Ins. 850
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Reasonable rates
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B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2008


Single white male 70
5'8 170lbs. Looking for
a small white lady 65-72.
I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
a ood woman to share
and do things together.
Please write RLB P.O.
Box 876, Crestview FL
32536, or call (650)
689-8038

Single White Male, 61
yrs. of age who is sincere
& honest seeking lady 45
to 65 for companionship,
dinner & share nice
smiles. Call Ron
904-309-0145









2130 rm.Animals
PETS & ANIMALS
2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies "
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials




2 CKC reg. male
Chihuahua puppies.
$300. Ready to gol Call
Diane 850-652-4 T22

Cockatiel pairs $20,
Green Quaker pairs
$100. 1st choice for Pet
Smart stock for 6 yrs.
Call Mike or Renee'
(850)9574886





Baby Goats, ygmy &
Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-
enees pups. Taking de-
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Cow Hay approximately
200 bales, barn kept
$1.00 a bale 582-5036
leave number and mes-
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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)




All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buyantiques, Call
689-1607





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

Ron's Appliance &
Parts open 8am-6pm,
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
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Street Call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515





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Baker
BIG SALE
5399 Fox Hound Lane.
Odds and ends Home In-
terior and a 1994 GMC
truck. Friday & Saturday


Ma 2
53-9
Crestv

Sat.
25 7
Stiflwe
Clothe
much
Crestv


NEW TrIJAV
Construction/Trades


3 & 24,am-6pm Hiring Qualified
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iew Apprentices
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ell Blvd. Furniture, year. Qualified personnel
as & Tools etc. To earn up to $20 per hour.
to list Apply at Henderson Elec-
tr 648-3__' A An,-chors St


iew
YARD SALE


Sat. May 24th,8 A.M. -
Until, 2968 Sholtz Ave.
(Off Valley Road) Wash-
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tronics. To much to list!
Crestview
Garage Sale
5810 Lake Dr. off Airport
Rd. Sat. 7:30-1pm.
Crestview
Garage Sale
May 23rd & 24th, 7am-?
538 Risen Star Dr.
Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Open This
Week, 9:30!
' 429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything V2 offI
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
Fri. May 23 & Sat. May
24th
8:00am
1505 Tallokas Rd.
Down sizing. To much to
list. No early Birds.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. May 24, 7A.M.-
10A.M., 114 Spring-
wood Circle, Furniture &
Clothes.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. May 24th
7am - 1 pm
381 John King Rd.
House hold items, per-
fumes, nurse's uniforms.
Holt

MOVING SALE
Thurs. - Sat., May 22 thru
24th., 7 A.M. - 3 P.M.,
4619 Johnson St. Furni-
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tiques, Collectibles,
Clothes & Tools. Someth-
ing for everyone, to much
to istl




NOW OPEN
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Vendors booths are filling
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TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special .replacement or-
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Don'
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sell! We buy it ALLI


Cars, furniture, yard sale
items, clothes. 305-1258

RV Lot, large,wooded on
private lot. $125. month
Call 682-0507




Backyard
Nursery
Opens 1st Saturday of
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October 8am-2pm.
I have 4000 annuals &
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mariesgarden.com and
click on Bonnie's Garden
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DAYLILLIES!
$2.50 Sat. Mornings
@ Crestview Farmers
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Trail Park. Other plants
starting at $1.00






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


REAL. E


STATE FOR RENT


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6110 - Apartments
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6200 - Vacation Rentals


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Applications accepted
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Bulletin, 295 W. James
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Mon - Fri. 8 AM - 5
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Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2BRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850:-82-6149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity




Crestview 1st month
free New 2BR, 2.5BA
TH, S. of 1-10. Lg pool Ex-
tra prkg. Lawn main pro-
vided $795mo. Purchase
option 850-528-0716


NEW rT0AY
Crestview ,2BR 1 BA
townhouse. Washer &
dryer. 110 Lake St.
$500mo + $500dep
682-6514
Freeport
The Palms Of
Freeport
Now available for Lease
or Purchase! Affordable,
Easy Commute Commu-
nity Playground, & Paoli
2BR/ 1.5 BA. Call
Heather of Jeff
850-835-0191




3br, Iba, $775/mo.
$795dd. 1 acre lot. No
smoke/pets. Call
240-0890
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$11,0001 Only
$199/Mol 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $259/Mol For list-
ins (800)366-9783 Ext
5798.
4bd 2.5ba Home only
$325/mol 2bd 1 ba only
$199/mol 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%APR For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.


-NEW IA


.. k , American Realty
, I. of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
L - 682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
NES NANCI 615 Edney Ave, 2br,
INESS & FINANCIAL 2ba $575
5100- Business *865 Brett St. 2br,
Opportunities 1.5 ba ' $650
5110 - Money to Lend 259 Victoria PI, 2br,
S i ba, 68ooo
. *659 Griffith Ave. 3br,
1.5ba, $725
S*"462 1st Ave @, 3br,
5100 2ba, $775 ,
S *9 Flora Cove, 3br,
All Cash Candy Route 2ba, $800
Do you earn 800 in a *39 Regent Rd
day? 30 Local Machines 3 br, ba, $1000
and Candy $9,995. *374 Brackin St. 3br,
888)629-9968 2ba $800
02000033. Call Us: @304 Crooked Pine Tr,
We will not be under- 3br 2.5ba $800
sold * 111 Swaying Pine Ct.
3br 2.5ba $825
Import Export. Your *206 Southview Dr. 3br
Complete Guide. Earn 2ba, $850
Big $$$. Worldwide *6110 Sonny Ln 3br,
Contacts. Products. Man- 2ba, $875
ufacturers. Brokers Avail- 0 211 Swaying Pine Ct.
able. Work From Any- 3br, 2.5ba, $845
where. Call 423 Northview Ln,
(800)812-3163 24/7. 3br, 2ba, $850
-03112 Skyhawk Dr.
Job Crafters Inc Now 3br, 2ba, $995
Hiring II1 first Class *353 Adams Dr. 3br,
Shipyard Crafts Long 2ba $950
Term Work FL & AL over *619 Winstead Rd,
time & per diem up to 3br, 2ba 875
$24.00+ per hour * 402 loago Ct. 3br,
Phone: 1-800-371-7504 2ba, $1050
or 251-433-1270 FAX: *110 Golf Course Dr.
251-433-0018 EOE 3br, 2ba, $1050
______br*1812 Waterway Dr.
Now *iLI 20083br 2ba $1125
Now Availablel 2008 12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
Post Office Jobs. 2ba $1150
$1 8-$20/hr. No Experi - 21'6 Citadel Lane 3br,
ence, rPaid Training, Fred 2ba $1200
Benefits, Vacations. Call 2ba5 ', $12oke0Dr04br
E8001910-9941 Today! 2ba $1295
REF#FL08. 02468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br2ba, $1450
Post Office Now Hir- * 6226 Shire Ln, 4br,
ingi Avg. Pay $20/hr or 3ba, $1400
$57K/yr Inc. Fed. Ben, 0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
OT. Offer placed by $1400
Exam Services, not aff * 6377 Havenmist Ln.
w/USPS which does 4br, 2ba, $1500
hiring. Call Visit us at


(866]713-4492


wvyw.era-american.com


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

Creslview


Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
* 1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
*513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2Y/2ba $1000+dd
* 5474 Haburn St
3br 2ba $975mo+dd
* 4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
* 6 Courtney Lane
3br 2ba $825mo+dd
* 4733 Meadow Lake
Drive 3 br, 22 ba
$1500Omo +dd
15812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
* 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 211 Warrior
3 br 2 ba, $1200mo
* 369 John Kind Rd
3 br, 2 ba, $875+dd
* 220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba $850+dd
* 3205 Maple Ave.
1 br, 1 ba $675+dd
* 2878 Atoka Trail
3 br, 2ba,$1150+dd

Coldwell Banker JME
Realty 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview, Fl
32536 (850)689-1515
or 18501682-5922
*307 Walnut Ave, lbr,
1 ba, 700sf $450 triplex
* 305 Walnut Ave 2BR
1BA, 900sf, $525 end
unit
* 309 Walnut Ave. 2br
1 ba 900sf, $525 end
unit
* 116 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba, 900sf, $550,
Townhome
0, 2385 Susan Dr. Base-
ment apt., lbr, iba,
1052sf, $595, util incls.
* 238 Runnymeade Dr.
2BR, 1.5BA, 930 sf,
$625, interior unit
* 216 Viinia St, 2br,
1.5ba, 1 0 sf, $650,
new paint and caTret,
* 132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf $795. pets
allowed
* 34 Regent Rd. 3BR,
2BA 1418 sf, $950, pets
allowed w/approval
* 110 Nivana Dr 3br,
2ba 1176sf $800,
South of 1-10'
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br
2ba 1244sf $750 no
pets.
*262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,309sf,
$860, End Unit TH-
* 1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $825 no
pets 1 st month rent free
* 306 Feldon Drive, 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $856, no
pets allowed
0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
3br 2.Sba, 1,415sf,
$850, new townhome
*268 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 25ba 1415sf
$850, new townhome
* 264 Swaying Pine Ct
3BR, 2.SBA,- 1309sf
$875, end unit TH
*270 Swaying .Pine Ct-
3br, 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$8 5, new townhome
S272 SwayPig Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$875, new townhome
*114 Feldon Drive 3br,
2ba, 1426 sq ft, '$875
half off first months rent
@50 Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
1165sf, $875 cathedral
ceilings in master bed
*2385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf,
$895 waterfront
02813 Mohican Way
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $956
South of 1-10
S109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $975,
new paint & vinyl
02838 Tamiami Trail
4br, 2ba, 1942sf, $995
1st month rent free.
*507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
first month's rent free
01819 Waterway Lane,
3br 2ba 1420sf,
$1.50, no pets allowed,
Baker
01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
large fenced back yard
S5590 Wheeler Place,
3br 2ba, 1636sf,
$1075, 1st month rent
tree
04180 Big Buck Trail,
4br 2ba 1823sf,
$1300 no pets allowed
*5980 Silver Oaks Lane,
4br 2 .ba " 2326sf,
$1400 in ground pool
0642 Territory Lane 4br,
3ba, 3031sf $1500 first
month rent free to military
03037 Stillwell Blvd,
3br 2ba, 1929 sf,
$1 195, hardwood floors
& tile
for further information
visit www.cbjmeproperty
management.com
Country living 3/4 mile
north High School. 3BR,
1.5BA, $800/mo. +
$800 security deposit.
Call 830-8411 or
582-2722


NEW TrIJIAY
Crestview
3 and 2
bedroom houses
$575.rent/DD, 3121 Earl
Kennedy Rd, and $625
rent/DD, 4883
Okaloosa lane,
850-682-1972 No Pets.
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
2 CG. Brand new, Ig
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
3BD1 1/2BA.
795 a month 795 dd.
850-217-7344


Mossy Head- 16 wide
3br, 2ba, 26 minutes
east of Crestview. All
electric very nice &
auiet. No pets. $600/
$400. 850-225-0949


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Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
Oportuni
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Baker
* 1108 Blackberry Cir.
4 br, 2 ba, $1 50
Crestview
* 606 Henderson St.
1 br, 1 ba, $550
* 1413 S. Pearl St.
4 br, 1 ba $600
* 687 Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba $675
* 2934 McCarly Ave.
2 br, I ba, $650
* 6020 Gagnon
3 br 2 ba, $725
* 265 Lindber St
3 br 2 ba $750
* 3278'Aub'urn Rd
3 br 2 ba $750
* 685 Chestnut
3 br, 2 ba, $795
* 3180 Lakeview St
3 br, 2 ba, $825
* 651 Panama Dr
4 br 2 ba, $950
* 6451 Moonl iht Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $995
* 6458 Moonl iht Ln
3 br, 2ba, $i100
* 5963 Linene Dr
3br 2'/2ba $1150
* 6462 Moon liht Lane
3 br,2ba, $T150
S211 Raptor Dr
4br, 2ba, $1250
* 460'Jillign Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1250



6150
Crestview; House to
share. All utilities includ-
ing digital cable. Small
deposit, $400/mo.
850-902-6032


Crestview
Available for mature per-
son a 1 Bedroom fur-
nished apartment. No
Smoking, pets or loud
music. $550. mo. Utili-
ties furnished. 689-1318

Crestview
Room for Rent'
$450. mo Everything
included call 6 2-6714



S 6170
3 BR 2 BA trailer for
rent 6238 Old River Rd,
Baker, FL $700 month
No pets 850 225-3204


FOR SALE BY
OWNER
Own your own home for
less than what you would
pay in rent. 3br, 2ba
1400 sq. ft. home on
1.25 acreas, of land, Ex-
tra large master suite,
large deck for entertain-
ing, Must see to
appecate. Only
850-654-6587

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

Foreclosures! Buy
1-4bd Homes from
$199/mo Financina Refs


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tS AUTMOTIVE, MARINEi
Navarre ~ RECREATIONAL
story, 4 br, 21/2 ba, 8100 -Antique & Collectibles
Osf home on large 8110-Cars
ral lot. 9' ceilings 8120- Sports UtilItyVehicles
irate living & dining 8130- Trucks
ns, eat-in kitchen. Lg. 8140 -Vans
lpoo tub an 150 - Commercial
It shower in masn 8160- Motorcycles
irate shower in 170- Auto Parts
bath. Beautiful, quiet & Accessories
erfront neighborhood. 8210 - Boats'
ad to sell at the re- 8220- Personal Watercraft
ed . price of 8230 - Sailboats \
8,750. Call 850 8240- Boat & Marine
-0322, or 685-8048 Supplies
e message. 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
-8340 - Motorhomes


and Auction * 250 8
)s Must be Sold! Low BMW 545i 6 speed
'n / E-Z Financing 2004 Best options: Nav-
Brochure igation, sports pkg., cold
-890-1292 . weather pkg., Sirius 6
/.LANDAUCTION.com disc CD, BMW 100K
warranty, silver w/gray
leather. 57k' miles $31k
acre lots vacant or Call , Larry
home. Auburn area. 850.231.0327 or
850-240-0890 423.503.6410


equip. , railer. Fresh
water boat $19,500.
(517) 376-0250





NEW ruOAYR
Evinrude 18 - HP Runs
good. $400., 1976 15
HP Evinrude. Call
682-3895


8320
50cc Baja dirt bike, like
new. has all original
papers & title Paid $'00.
wirl sell for $400.
537-9706 or 537-8516



Utility Trailer
6x1 1 enclosed, rear
ramp door, side entry
personnel door. Very little
use. $500 obo.
SOLD 1st Daylll



NEW rTIAV


Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


AN AMERl= filEtOUTO
X Ward, Your Silverado hIeadquarters * Locally Owned & Operated
!A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
[ 682-2731





For Rent









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

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

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

Call today (850) 689-2221 or

carol@cornerstoneconstruction.info.
Oiler expires 07/01/08


3br, 2ba, large yard. Patto Street
Laroe trailer. No Price to Sell, Large Lot, 1850 sq ft, New
smolke/pets. $550/mo. A
$575dd. 240-08900/mo Appliances, Renovations, Located on
Patton St. in Crestview.

NEW, TlDAY Must Sell Soon! $142,000
NEW Call Eric at 699-2134


Small z bd house, 197/
Hathaway St.
$375./$300. 682-5019



NEW rOBAV
Crestview: 3BR 2BA
2CG, FP, .nice yard,
small pets ok. $990/mo.
Call 850-863-1546

Freeport
Available
Immediately!
Immaculate 3 BR7 2BA
home in Freeport, 2 car
garage and screened pa-
tiol Gated community,
Clubhouse, and Commu-
nity Pool! Very Reasona-
ble! Move in immedi-
ately Contact Heather
850-835-0191


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




Bank Reposl 3bd 2ba
Home only $350/mol
4bd 2.5ba Home only
$400/mo! 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%aprl For List-
inqs/Info
(800)482-9419.


Crestview- 105'x420' Ford Mustang
commercial lot, water & 2003
Call 682-8599 . $500K. White with grey interior
Call94K miles. Great
Crestview condition. Excellent car!
Beautiful 1 acre lot S. of $6500. Please call
1-10 in the private 240-4145
Meadow Lake Subdivi- ce Imounds for
sion $79,900. Owner is PoSale 94 Impounda Accord
licensed real estate 17501 94 Toyota Camry
a 543-2ent. Call 7501 For listings call
850-543-2734 1(8001366-9813 Ext
Grand Openin Salel 9271
Saturday May 31st! 1+ T ^l
acre lake access just
$29,900- includes Free
boat slips On 160,000 We buy cars, trailers &
acre recreational lake in boats, etc. Running or
Kentucky. Save $5000 not! No title ok. Call
Guaranteedl Prime 305-1258
dockable lakefront avail-
able. Lowest financing in.
25+ years. Be 1st to seel
Call now
(800)704-3154, x1 825. 8120
_ Ford Eddie Bauer Ex-
Lakefront Sale! 3.5 cursion, '03. Like new,
acres $49,900. New to priced $1000 below
market. gently sloping book value. Very clean in
lakefront estate on pri- & out. All Power. Loaded,.
vate bass lake. Gorgeous 6CD changer, DVD, front
unspoiled setting -no & rear tow pkg, luggage
crowds, no noise. 'or the rack. 1 owner, non-
discriminating buyer, smoker new tires, all
Must see. Excellent low scheduled maintenance,
rate financing. Call now mostly hw miles looks &
(8881792-5253, runs great 865-7006
x.1850.
NC Mountains 2+ ac-
res with great view, very
private, ig trees, water- 8130
falls & large public lake Dodge Ram 1990,
nearby, $49,500 call 150Ext. Cab, 318 En-
now gine runs good one
(866)789-8535 owner $900. 537-2095
New Arizona Land Ford F150
Rush! 1 or 2-1/2 Ext cab 4x4-'95 Eddie
"Football Field" Sized Bauer ed PL, PW, Runs
Lots! $0 Down. $0 Inter- reat diner tow
est h 59-$208 Bperk itch, $2500. 685-7405
Guarantee! Ford F150
(866)745-3329 or Ext cab 4x4 '97, good
www.sunsiteslandrush.com cond, well maintained.
New tires, toolbox bed-
Sliner, $4060. 685-/405


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