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Park renamed


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during May Day


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

A new sign was un-
veiled during May Day
festivities, officially chang-
ing the name of Fairview
Park on McCelland Street
in Crestview to the Allen
Park.
The name was changed
to honor Samuel Allen Sr.
and his late wife, Caroline
J. Allen, for their work and


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See more photos from the
May Da, .:elebration on
Page 2

dedicated service in the lo-
cal community.
Crestview city officials
and a host of community
members were on hand for
the dedication ceremonies,
held immediately follow-
ing the May Day Parade.


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Representatives from local civic and military organizations stand next to the wreaths placed at the
Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery memorial.


Community observes holiday


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
One by one, representa-
tives from local civic and
military organizations
came forward with wreaths
in hand to pay tribute to the
area's fallen soldiers.
The placing of wreaths
in front of the flag and me-
morial at Crestview's Li-
veoak Park Memorial Cem-
etery concluded a poignant
Memorial Day ceremony
Monday morning.
About 200 people gath-
ered around a white tent in
the cemetery to remember
the sacrifices made by men
and women in the armed
forces.
"It's nice to see so many
people still care about our
fallen soldiers," Disabled
American Veterans Aux-


Bob Allen and Bill Miller of the Kiwanis Club of Crestview
carry a wreath to the Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery
memorial during the community Memorial Day ceremony
Monday.


iliary, Crestview Unit #57
Americanism Chair Meral-
lyn McDonald said during
her opening remarks.
Other members of the


DAV Crestview #57 of-
fered the opening and
closing prayer, the Pledge
of Allegiance, and the
roll call of deceased DAV


Chapter #57 members.
Navy veteran Silva Roy-
er, the featured speaker,
said the Memorial Day hol-
iday should remind us to
show our gratitude to those
in the service.
She quoted past writings
from eras when Americans
professed praise for war
veterans openly and often.
"It would do the Ameri-
can people some good to
come to terms with the
idea that each person's in-
dividual freedom was paid
for with the blood of our
troops," Royer said.
She also asked attend-
ees take more time to think
about the needs of the na-
tion's soldiers and veter-
ans.
She said current polls
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At top, the Allen-family looks on proudly,
along with city officials and community members,
as the new sign at Allen Park is unveiled during
May Day festivities.
Above, Robert Washington Sr. was presented an award
for outstanding community service by Samuel Allen on
behalf of the Carver Hill Historical Society.


Classic tractor, car show a success


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Old Spanish Trail Park was
filled with classic farm tractors and
shiny, eye-popping cars ranging from
a Ford Model T, a fleet of Model A's,
and a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 with
a retractable hardtop to a practical
fresh-off-the-assembly-line two-seat-
er Smart.
Judging by a steady stream of folks
ogling classic cars and tractors of all
descriptions, Saturday's first annual
Crestview Classic Tractor and Car
Show was a big success.


Many cars on exhibit, such as
vintage '60s Mustangs, a stylish
1950 Studebaker and a row of '30s
Model A's, all proved popular in their
days.
The Smart recently has been in-
troduced in the U.S. Produced in col-
laboration between the Swiss Swatch
company and Germany's venerable
Daimler-Benz, the bubbly little run-
about is a hit in Europe for its durabil-
ity, high mileage and ease of parking.
Did you attend the Crestview Classic
Tractor and Car Show? Tell us your favorite
cars at crestviewbulletin.com


Admirers check
out the gleaming
coachwork of a
rank of classic
Ford Model A's
at Saturday's first
annual Crestview
Classic Tractor
and Car Show.
Brian Hughes /
Crestview News
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in the shade as temperatures
reached into the 90s.


Center of Crestview hosting show on Saturday


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Got art? Carolyn Stewart
of the Art Center of Crestview
has a venue to share it this week-
end.
"The artists in the area have
been crying for a place to do


things, so here we go!" Stewart
said.
The art show will be held Sat-
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the Art Center parking lot, 625
N. Ferdon Blvd., across the street
from Moulton's Pharmacy.
There is no need to sign up and
no exhibition fee. Soft drinks will


be available.
"It's BYOT, which means bring
your own tent," Stewart said.
Artists of all media, including
visual, culinary and performing
arts, are invited to exhibit and sell
their pieces.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 28. 2008


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Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
* Time to get ready for
our Summer Reading
Challenge! Minimum age
is 6 years old. Registration
begins june 11. Come into
the library and sign up in
front of the Story Room.
Don't forget to pick up
your reading log. Reading
logs must be signed by a
parent or guardian and
turned in by July 17. Keep
track in your log of the
time you spend reading.
You can earn one funny
money dollar for every 15
minutes you spend read-
ing between June 13 and
July 12. Dates for the open-
ing of our funny money
store will be announced
during registration.
* Children ages 3 and
up meet at 10:15 on June 11
and 12 celebrate Father's
Day with Story Time. .
* Lap Sit program for
children under the age of
3 and their caregivers will
meet at 10:15 a.m. on June
17 with stories, songs, and
finger-plays about wildlife.
* Summer Stories for
children ages 6 and up
begin on June 11th at 10:15
a.m.,
* Chapter Book Club
for ages 9 and up will meet
at 10:15 a.m. on Thursdays
beginning June 12.
* Teen Time with the
Wii! Teens ages 12-18 are
invited join us for Wii
play. Nintendo Wii will be
available for play every
Friday afternoon during
the month of June, from 2


to 4 p.m. Parents and fam-
ily members are welcome
to hang out and use the
library, but the Wii activi-
ties will be available only
to teens. Any questions,
please ask Ms. Heather W.
We would like to thank
The Friends of the Crest-
view Library for this new
purchase.
* Parents bring the kids
to the library to sign up for
our new Birthday Club.
Sign up at the front desk
and receive a birth month
shape. Write the child's
name and birth date on
the shape. We will post
it on our Birthday Club
board. The child may come
into the library during the
month of his or her birth-
day to find the name and
shape on the board and
bring it back to the front
desk to receive a prize.
* Brian Hughes will
present "Architecture of
the Third Reich" for the 1st
Tuesday Program on June
3. Brain is the travel col-
umnist for the Crestview
News Bulletin and the
Northwest Florida Daily
News.
"Fiihrerbau," the re-
vival of neoclassicism but
on a grandiose scale, was
the Third Reich's official
architectural style, epito-
mized by the urban proj-
ects of Paul Ludwig Troost
and Albert Speer. It was
personified in projects such
as Adolf Hitler and Speer's
plans for a radically rede-
signed Berlin as the capital
of "Europa," the Nazi Par-
ty rally grounds in Nurem-
burg, and Speer's new


Reichschancellory. Yet Fih-
rerbau was observed more
often in the breach than
the adherence. Hermann
Gbring fervently embraced
the functionality of the
International movement.
SS leader Heinrich Him-
mler, fascinated by mystic
ancient races, championed
a "back to the land" style
inspired by traditional Ger-
man peasant architecture.
The presentation will offer
examples of this conflict
in design ideology; look
at the redesign for Berlin;
visit the Nuremburg rally
grounds; see Hitler's Ba-
varian home; and tour the
Reichschancellory.
Hughes holds a mas-
ter's degree in architecture
from Tulane University,
where his studies included
research in Third Reich
architecture for which he
often corresponded with
Speer. Hughes has visited
the sites of several architec-
tural projects of the era and
will present contemporary
photos of these buildings.
The program originally
was developed for and
shown at the National
World War II Museum in
New Orleans."
Coffee and cookies will
be served beginning at 10
'a.m.

AUDIO BOOKS
Numerous readers
have discovered recorded
books. We added Mc-
Naughton best sellers
to our collection of CDs.
The addition of these
CDs has increased our
collection significantly.
Although CDs are the
popular choice, many of
our customers prefer the
books on cassette. We are
not purchasing new books
on cassette because most
new cars only have the CD
player installed. My car


only has the CD player,
but I really would prefer
to have both CD and cas-
sette player since we have
some great titles on cas-
settes. Our customers are
very good about donating
books on cassette. Many
are newer titles. Our col-
lection of books on CD
includes instructional and
educational recordings as
well as bestsellers.
Coming soon to our li-
brary is the Playaway Digi-
tal Audio. It is the newest
format of audio combining
a wide variety of content
with an easy-to-use player
all in one small unit. Its
portability allows users to
enjoy favorite authors and
titles on the go. The all-in-
one unit is easy to carry
while walking, exercising
or just sitting in the park
or at the beach. We suggest
you purchase your own set
of earbuds for a dollar and
you will be ready to get
started. When you check
out the Playaway you get
a pre-loaded Playaway
(one Playaway contains
the complete edition of the
book). There are no CDs
to count and keep track of.
You don't need a player or
have to be in your car to
listen. I think this format
will be very popular. Look
for this soon at the library.

STAFF PICK
"Ida: A Sword Among
Lions" Paula J. Giddings.
(B Wells).
The author has writ-
ten a very concise and
insightful biography of
Ida B. Wells. Ida was the
daughter of slaves who
eventually became free.
Her father's skills as a
carpenter allowed the
family to successfully
evolve from slaves to
freed persons. She,and
her eight siblings had a


happy
child-
hood.

16 trag-
edies
struck
when
both
parents and her youngest
brother died from a yel-
low fever epidemic that
swept through the town
of Holly Springs, caus-
ing hundreds of deaths.
When her father became
ill he gave money to a
white doctor and asked
him to give it to his fam-
ily. Ida met the doctor in
town and he gave her the
money her father had left
for the family. This mon-
ey would help the family
survive and pay for the
exam she needed for a
teaching position. She
took the teaching exam
and received a certificate,
which allowed her to
teach at a nearby school.
Her grandmother helped
her take care of the chil-
dren. Townspeople saw
Ida taking money from
the doctor and rumors
spread, causing Ida to
finally leave the small
town of Holly Springs
and pursue her teaching
career in Memphis. The
death of her parents and
the negative rumors from
her community continu-
ally gave her a feeling of
injustice that she tried
to overcome by becom-
ing an activist for others'
rights. Ida is famous for
her earnest effort to sup-
port the rights of Black
women and men in-
America. The years spent
in the South where she'
began her activist career
are vividly portrayed.
She became active in the
crusade against lynching


when it was discovered
that a Black cook who
had been lynched for
poisoning her employer
was actually innocent.
It was revealed three
years later that the wife
,confessed to the crime.
At this point in the story
the reader begins to un-
derstand Ida's desire to
campaign against lynch-
ing. This activism caused
her to be exiled from the
South in 1892. She con-
tinued her campaign in
the North and the British
Isles. Ms. Wells became
active in politics and
became a well-known
political writer. This book
is full of little-known
historical facts the author
puts into perspective
and allows the reader to
envision the moods and
feelings of the people liv-
ing in that era. A highly
recommended, thought-
provoking historical bi-
ography.

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 Eost Office)

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask any staff member,
Jean, Sandra, Miss Heath-
er, Anna, Marie, Seng-
dara, Lise, Tracey, Janice,
Heather W. and Audrey.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"If I have not read a
book before, it is, for all
intents and purposes,
new to me whether it was
printed yesterday or three
hundred years ago." -
William Hazlitt


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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008


Interesting tales from
the north county's police files


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More adventures from
area law enforcement ar-
rest reports.

"Don't forget to pick
up meat for supper"
An area resident told
his girlfriend he was "go-
ing to get us something
to eat," and had her park
her Chevy Suburban in
front of a former Okaloosa
Sheriff's Office station.
He scooted around the
corner and broke into a
local supermarket and
allegedly obtained some
prime cuts of meat at a
five-finger discount.
She heard the store's
alarm go off and, in a pan-
ic, slammed the Suburban
into gear, sideswiped a
concrete pole, and ske-
daddled.
Without his ride, he
dropped the meat and
hoofed out of the area.
Three passersby gave him
a lift home and then called
the sheriff.
Meanwhile, he got
her to drive him back to
pick up the meat he had
dropped, but deputies al-
ready had recovered it.
Hopefully they peri-
odically get meat at the
county jail, where both
were taken on burglary
and principal to burglary
charges.

Daddy's Little Girl
Admonished by her
father, a 16-year-old
Crestview girl struck him
under his eye and threat-
ened him with "numer-
ous" objects including
"a BB gun, a pair of tree


pruners, a butcher knife
and his cane."
As she was arrested on
charges of aggravated as-
sault and battery, she told
deputies, "she and her
dad get along well until
he begins drinking."

Swinging Night Out
What a memorable
date.
A dude returned home
after a nice evening with
his ladyfriend. Waiting
was her former boyfriend.
The ex broke the dude's
car window and "they be-
gan to tussle."
Girlfriend and another
lady at the residence tried
to break up the tussle
but both accidentally got
smacked by the ex, who
was arrested and charged
with battery.
The ex hit the dude "a
couple times in the face but
he did not want to make a
big deal of it," telling offi-
cers "he would take care of
it on his own."
(You'll probably read
about it in this column real
soon.)

She Said, She Said
You know it's going
to be an interesting story
when under "Observa-
tion," the arrest report,
states "I noticed broken
glass bottles in the middle
of the road with a pair of
broken sunglasses and
one red shoe. I also no-
ticed two females stand-
ing on the outside of a
chain link fence ... curs-
ing and yelling."
The officer also ob-
served "beer cans all over
the front yard" and "more
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the front room" in the res-
idence.
Seems a black lady was
mad because a white lady
had been boasting about
sleeping with the black
lady's man "all day."
The white lady, 19, said
the black lady "pushed
her down to the ground
and started hitting her"
but she didn't hit the black
lady "because she is only
17 years old."
A bystander separated
the battling duo, who had
knocked down part of the
chain link fence during
their bout.
The white lady was
arrested for affray,
which is always a poetic
charge. Her mother took
the lady's two children
into her care while she
went into the care of the
county.


Love and Respect
Sitting all lovey-dovey
on the couch, she called
him a "punk" so he kicked
her on the left arm.
But his explanation,
"She needs to respect
me," didn't fly with offi-
cers, who arrested the 38-
year-old Crestview man
for battery.


Love Me, Love My Dog
She stood in the front
yard with blood on her
face. She said he had
punched her. On the front
porch he sat with "a large
laceration above his left
eye."
Asked how he came
by his injury, he ratio-
nally explained, "I called
my wife's dog a (naugh-
ty word) and she hit me
in the head with a pool
stick."
Asked why she hit him,
she said, "Because he is
abusive to my dog."
She then confessed he
never punched her. The
blood on her face, appar-
ently, was his.
She was charged with
aggravated battery and
domestic violence. No
word on whether the dog
was traumatized.


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
* EUSHAVIA G. EDWARDS,
26, of 556 Lee Ave., Crestview, was
charged with criminal mischief. *
MARGIE ELAINE SILCOX, 37,
of 361 E. Walnut Ave., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated bat-
tery - pregnant victim. * THOM-
AS COLLIN CRAWFORD, 19, of
425 Whirlaway Court, Crestview,
was charged with reckless driv-
ing. * WILLIE J. GREGORY, 47,
of 660 Reeves, Dr., Apt. 1, Fort
Walton Beach. was charged with
contempt of court: violation of a
domestic violence injunction. *
JAMES FREDRICK THOMAS, 18,
of 131 Mohawk Trail, Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear on
charges of possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
3/24: JOSEPH JOHN POW-
ELL, 23, of 4253 Painter Branch
Road, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended, first offense. * KEN-
NETH D. YOUNG, 45, of 4676
Hinote Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving, while li-
cense suspended or revoked, first
offense.
3/25: MELODY ANN DREAD-
ING, 43, of 153 Carr Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with misrepre-
sentation of insurance.
3/26: DARRYL FRANK
BROOKS, 20, of 3135 Holley
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with attaching a tag not assigned.
3/29: ANDREW CHARLES
SCOLES, 20, of 381 Johns Road,
Holt, was charged with resisting
an officer without violence, bur-
glary, and possession of burglary
tools, cocaine, a controlled sub-,
stance and less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
4/1: ANDREW CHE
STILWELL, 20, of 3004 Kensing-
ton Court, Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs. * APRIL R.
MADDEN, 23, of 5170 Quincy
Ave., Crestiiew, was charged
with retail theft. * MICHAEL
DAVID WIGLE, 29, 128 Smith
St., Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspended,
first offense. * MELANIE WEEKS


WARD, 34. , of 101
Edgewater Drive, Crestview, was
charged with driving while li-
cense suspended, first offense. *
HAROLD DUANE MOORE, 47,
of 507 S. Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with habitually driv-
ing while license suspended or re-
voked.
4/5: Peter John Pembroke, 40,
of 353 W. James Lee Blvd., Room
129, Crestview, was charged with
child neglect without great harm.
4/11: JASON LEE CARVER,
30, of 308 Miracle Strip Parkway,
Apt. 8, Fort Walton Beach, was
charged with attempting to ob-
tain a controlled substance by
fraud, and two counts of uttering
a forged prescription.
4/14: RIGOBERTO ROSALEZ,
45, of 670 Kehlhem Road, Na-
varre, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid li-
cense. * JOHN PAUL PARRISH,
31, of 1649 e. James. Lee Blvd.,
Trailer Park Lot 14, Crestview,
was charged with resisting ar-
rest without violence and driving
with a suspended license.
4/15: DERRICK BLAKE
KOHLENBERGER, 24, of 325
Riverwood Ave., Crestview, was
charged with sexual battery. *
MICHAEL RAY MARSHALL, 57,
of New Orleans, La., was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license, and op-
erating a motor vehicle with a
registration that has been expired
more-than six months.
4/16: COURTNEY LABRALLE
MILLENDER, 19, of 4436 Gold-
finch Way, Crestview,- was,
charged with criminal mischief. *
CARLWIN MARCUS BOOZER,
23, of 792 E. Walnut Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with violation
of probation.
' 4/17: RUSTY ZAKEE MOOR-
ER, 28, of 216 Brookmeade Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoke, first offense. * JOSH-
UA ALIKA GUMAPAC, 23, of
3332 Addison Place, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana.
- ROBERT OREN CANNON, 40,
of 510 Candlewood Lane, Crest-
view, was charged with grand
theft auto. * JOHN HANSEN, 38,
of 668 Mayo Trail, Crestview, was


. '... -


charged with possession of a con-
trolled substance, cocaine.
4/18: JOSEPH IGNATIUS
STEVENS, 24, was charged with
possession of marijuana with the
intent to distribute within 1,000
feet of a school. * JASON ED-
WARD HARVEY, 21, of 323 Addi-
son Place, Crestview, was charged
with possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana. * CARRIE
WORTH WOODS, 32, of 408
Hatchee Drive, Crestview, was
charged with forgery-attempt to
obtain a controlled substance by
fraud and trafficking in a con-
trolled substance, 4 g to less than
30 kg. * MATTHEW TIMOTHY
LONGE, 18, of 6004 Dorchester
Place, Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge of
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
4/19: WILLIAM ROGER SIMP-
SON, HI, 34, of 6204 Winstead
Road, Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs. * RICHARD
CORKILL, 40, of'713 Tyner St.,
Crestview, was charged with as-
sault and battery (both domestic
violence).
4/20: ALVIN TREMAINE MC-
TEAR, 20, of 103 Oglesby Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
resisting an officer/ obstruction
without violence. * JARRAH M.
BENNETT, 25, OF 255B Brackin
St., Crestview, was charged with
battery/domestic violence. *
DANA MCELRATH, 225 Lakev-
iew Drive, Crestview, was charged
with burglary with battery. *
STACIE STARRANN KIRKPAT-
RICK, 18, of 504 E. North Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with bat-
tery (domestic violence).
4/21: WORANUT SMITH, 27,
of 110 Trenton Ave., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated bat-
tery/causing bodily harm, two
counts of battery/causing bodily
harm, and one count of torture of
an animal. "
4/22: JOSEPH JOHN POW-
ELL, 23, of 4253 Painter Branch
Road, Crestview, was charge with
driving while license is suspend-
ed with knowledge, 2nd offense.
* Melody Mayes, 33, of 931 W.
James Lee Blvd., Lot 11, Crest-
view, was charged with battery/
domestic violence.








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Antioch students explore new dimensions


Special to the News Bulletin
Fourth-grade students
at Antioch Elementary
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the third annual Geo-
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opportunity for students
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sional object that can be
found in the real world,
using ordinary materials.
Each student selects the
object he or she wants
to create and is given
guidelines for the number
of geometric shapes that
should be included. The
students use their prob-
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science skills in this proj-
ect, in addition to their
imagination and artistic
abilities.


Jacob Smith tied for overall second place
recreating the First Assembly of God Church.


Logan Pittman displays
his robotic friend that
tied for overall third
place.


Photos Special to the News Bulletin
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palatial palace.


Jordan Medina hit a home run and placed
an overall third place.


Justin Calimlim received
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008








What are NODS?
NODs are "North Okaloosa Deeds."
Every other week we'll recognize peo-
ple and organizations who performed
"Good North Okaloosa Deeds." People
who perform Good NODs will receive
a certificate from the Crestview News
Bulletin. We'll also shake our collective
heads at some "Bad North Okaloosa
Deeds."

Good NODS
* A Good NOD to the Holt Volunteer
Fire Department, from Barbara Barrow
of Holt. Barrow credits the department
for saving her home during the morning
of May IS Barrow said 150 teet of her
yard burned in a flash fire that day, but
the efforts of the fire department pre-
vented the flames from consuming her
home. "The fire personnel leave their
homes or work to go to the department
and then the location they are needed,"
Barrow wrote. "I am truly grateful for
their work and dedicated selflessness.
If not for them, we would be homeless
now, and our animals probably would
be dead. I am sure the situation would
hate been much worse."
* A Good NOD to the Crestview Fire
Department and other fire departments
who battled the blaze in downtown
Crestview on May 13, from Angela Fer-
don-Cotton of a neighboring business
Cotton said the flames from the blaze
threatened to spread to her business.
The Tanning & Hair Center, but the fire-
fighters were able to limit the damage
to two buildings. Ferdon-Cotton said
this is the second time firefighters have
saved her business from a fire in the
downtown area. The Crestview Fire De-
partment was aided by the North Oka-
loosa Fire District, the Baker Volunteer
Fire Department, the Dorcas Volunteer
Fire Department and the Eglhn AFB Fire
Department.
* A Good NOD to Crestview teen
Justin Rumbach. who recently com-
pleted Eagle Scout requirements with a
service project in Old Spanish Trail Park.
Rumbach directed the refurbishing o 1 I
picnic tables in the park's pavilion, the
cleaning and repainting of the pavail-
ion's 20 columns and the delineating ot
the spaces fro 24 %endor booths on the
pavilion floor. Rumbach was assisted by
24 fellow members ot Boy Scout Troop
773 "They did a great job," said Chuck
Powell, director of Crestview 's Parks
and Recreation Department Powell esti-
mates the project saves taxpayers about
$500 in labor costs.

Do Lou know of soit'oone who petfortned
a "'Good Noi th Okaloosa Deed ? Call 6S2-
6524 oi C-t t,'al kule ,'i,'c r'et 'iea'lullc tli.
comn. IVe 11 reco.zimi: tlit' do-gooder in thI
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bulletin.ctft.




Profundity
Brian Hughes

"I Vhere there was 1no equlitil there
was no com1parzionship: when 7
1man was obliged to sl 'Yes. Sir,
his agreement was of no worth
even if it happened to be true."

PATRICK O'BRIAN
(1914 - 2000)
British historical novelist
A master ana Commander


PASSING Selection of council member


e SHOTS shows progressive mindset

First, a confession: progress and growth out of Baugh's two-minute Add it all up and it might
I didn't attend any Crest- Crestview." address to the council dur- not have been a unanimous
view City Council meetings Now, another confession: ing the selection meeting vote for Baugh, but it was
before this year. After watching about five included several references a unanimous vote for new
I've got a valid excuse. months worth of council to future growth. He talked faces and ideas.
I spent my first two-plus meetings, I don't see any about the city's potential to No government or gov-
years in north Okaloosa signs of this council try- grow to 50,000 residents or earning b6dy is perfect. The
County covering sports and ing to stymie progress and more. He said he hoped to council might make mis-
living outside Crestview growth in the city. see signs on Interstate 10 in takes. But it is not because
city limits. More proof came with the future referring to Crest- of a collective desire to sty-
I started attending the council's selection of view as a destination point mie growth and progress in
council meetings when I Charles Baugh to complete on par with cities like Pen- the city.
returned to the Crestview the term of the late Brenda sacola and Tallahassee.
News Bulletin in December. Bush. Doesn't exactly sound Kyle Wright is the.News
Before December, hear- The council chose a rela- like a guy who plans to sty- Bulletin Editor. Contact him
say and rumor was the ex- tive outsider with forward- mie progress and growth, at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
tent of my knowledge of the thinking ideas. The other candidate who crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
council's workings. Baugh, a military retiree, received votes during both the "Passing Shots" blog at
More than a few people is a newcomer to Crestview. rounds of the selection pro- crestviewbulletin.com to see if
told me, "Those darn city He and his family relocated cess also would have been Kyle would call 911 if he saw
council members. They are to the city early this a fresh face with forward- a snake in the yard and his
the ones who want to keep decade. thinking ideas. solution for rising gas prices.


Snake an emergency? Some say yes, some say no


A Letter to the Editor from
Maria Blair of Crestview in the
May 21 edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin expressed sur-
prise that a snake in her yard
was not considered an emergen-
cy situation by a 911 dispatcher.
The letter drew a variety of
responses at crestviewbulletin.
com.

I can sympathize with
you. When I was in college
I lived in an attic apartment
with three other young
women: One night while
we were all up late study-
ing, a tiny mouse scattered*
across the floor of our room.
You never saw four women
climb on top of their desks
that fast! We stood there
screaming for a few minutes
when one of my roommates
decided to call campus
police. When he arrived,
and we told him about the
mouse, he looked at us like
we'd lost our minds. "What
do you want me to do about
it?" he asked. My friend
Juliet had no problem giv-
ing the order. "Shoot it!" she
said. "That's why they give
you guns!"
*
You had no problem mov-
ing your arm around and


making not one but TWO
phone calls while being too
terrified to try to move away
for fear of being attacked?
Did not the fact that the
snake didn't respond when
you moved the phone to
your face to make the calls
tell you it was probably safe
to step away?
*
If you call the cops, the
only thing they can do is
grab a shovel and make two
snakes for you. What do you
expect a law enforcement
officer to do with a snake?
What LAWS are being bro-
ken? Maybe they should
TAZE the snake!

I'm sorry that you were
scared of the snake, I, too,
am afraid of snakes. How-
ever, I do know, having
watched shows on Animal
Planet, that snakes are only
defensive, not aggressive.
The U.S. has no snake that
will chase you down so
it can waste its venom on
something it can't eat! You
will still get help if you dial
the NON-emergency num-
ber! 911 is for emergencies
regarding life and death, car
accidents, heart attack, do-
mestic violence, etc. I used to


work for Okaloosa County
Dispatch, and a lot of non-
emergency calls came in
tying up the lines. Please, be
understanding of the 911 op-
erator instructing you to call
the non-emergency number
as this is what we are trained
to do: to keep the line open
for homes on fire, hit and
run accidents, hostage situ-
ations, etc., so help can get
there in time. By the way,
should there be a next time,
please call PAWS, or Fish
and Game, as they are the
experts in this kind of situa-
tion. Cops are not trained for
snake handling and they call
PAWS if help is needed.

So, what did the snake
look like? Did you guys ever
identify it? I didn't know
officers were trained to re-
move snakes. If only we had
animal control.
*
Just think of this. While
you are tying up a line for a
snake, which by the way has
NOT attacked you, there is
a woman in the queue who
just had two armed men
come into her house and
rob her. You have that 911
dispatcher and they'cannot
pick up the home invasion.


You were asked to call in
on a non-emergency line
because 'll lines are limited,
and seriously, .yes/,you were
scared, but you were in no
imminent danger.
*
You're right, our 911
system DOES have some
serious problems! I have ex-
perienced similar problems
with them and have even
called and talked to the su-
pervisor over the police and
fire 911 system for the city.
I was treated like an idiot
and nothing has changed.
Our police department has
improved greatly over the
past year or so, and I have
no complaints about the ser-
vices provided by our police
officers. However, I don't
even bother calling to report
crimes and anymore because
I can't stand dealing with the
911 operators. Maybe some-
one in power will read this
and take some action.

Does a stake in the yard
merit a 911 call? Read the origi-
nal letter and then vote in our
online poll at crestviewbulletin.
com. News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright posts his own thoughts.
in his Passing Shots blog at
,.restviewbulletin.com.


Church thanks those who helped with bash


The Calvary Apostolic
Church of Crestview at 101
Bay St., says thanks to the
business and customers who
sponsored the church's May
10 car wash at CVS Pharmacy.
The car wash was a great suc-
cess. The funds will go toward
the third annual Back to School
Bash for Crestview youths,
which will be held Aug. 8 at
Old Spanish Trail Park on
Stilwell Blvd.
"Once again we say
thank you and God bless
each individual and business
that sponsored our efforts to
create unity and goodwill in
our community," said Ricky
Edwards of Calvary Apostolic
Church.


JCBSAF


Above, these volunteers help at the
Calvary Apostolic Church of Crestview 's
car wash.

At left, a vehicle gets a good cleaning for
a good cause.


Jason Mobley
General Manager
jasonm@
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Editor
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Office Manager
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Graphic Artist
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Photographer
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Reporter
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Military News
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Account Executive
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Production Manager
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Sports Editor
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008 LsLOCAL


HOLIDAY continued from Al


Delmus 'Del' Steele
Delmus "Del" Steele, age 75,
of Lewisville, Texas, passed away
Wednesday, April 23, 2008.
Del was born April 30, 1932
to Joseph Shoven Steele and Julia
Head Steele in Laurel Hill. Del
married Katheryn "Gerry" Giles
on March 11, 1959.
Del is survived by his wife,
Gerry Steele of Lewisville; sons,
Stephen Delmus Steele and his
wife, Kristi, of Flower Mound;
Douglas Albert Steele and his
wife, Cyndi of Flower Mound;
brothers, J.S. Steele and his wife,
Floyce, of Baker, Dewitt Steele


and his wife, Helen, of Baker, La-
mar Steele and his wife, Kay, of
Milton, Bert Steele and his wife,
Bobbie, of Statham, Ga., and Win-
ston Steele and his wife, Barbara,
of Baker; four grandchildren,
Adam, Brady, Jacob and Katie.
Visitation was scheduled from
6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 26
at Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home
in Texas.
The funeral service was held
at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 27 at the
Village Church, 1700 Highland
Village Road, Highland Village,
TX 75077. Interment followed in
the Old Hall Cemetery.
Memorial contributions can


be made in Del's name to the Vil-
lage Church, Building Fund.
Sign, leave a remembrance or
view the guestbook for Delmus
Steele on the Bulletin's Web site
at www.crestviewbulletin.com.

Troy W. Gordon
Troy W. Gordon, born Jan. 8,
1919 in Laurel Hill, died Mon-
day, May 27, 2008 in Pensacola.
Funeral arrangements are incom-
plete at this time.
He is survived by two broth-
ers, Brady Gordon of Crestview
and John Grady Gordon of Lau-
rel Hill.


L OBITUARIES


Gary Mayes
of Liveoak
Park Memorial
Cemetery
carries a
wreath to the
cemetery's
memorial
during the
community
Memorial Day
ceremony
Monday.
Kyle Wright /
Crestview News
Bulletin


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University of West Florida
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in Elementary Education.
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by the Santa Rosa County
School District as a substi-
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Pensacola. He has been
employed at Century Cor-
rectional Institution as a
corrections officer for three
years.
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7, 2008 at 4 p.m. at Jay First
Assembly of God. The re-
ception will follow at the
Jay Community Center.
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~WEDNESDAY,
SlaHeritage B4 Business C i WEDNESDAY,
2 Plantation opens 4 Directory B5 Classifieds MAY 28, 2008


Tee Off for the
Heart Association
Okaloosa County
Public Works employees
are sponsoring a golf
fund-raiser to benefit the
American Heart Assocation
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.

CAYA football
and cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration
begins June 7 and will
continue each Saturday until
all divisions are filled.
Registration will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon at the
CHS football field house. For
information call 398-8409 or
e-mail: ContactCAYA@gmail.
com
CAYA also will be taking
applications for football
coaches for the upcoming
season. All must apply by
June 1. Coaches will be
selected June 2 at 6:30
p.m. at Emmanuel Baptist
Church and applicants must
be present to be selected.
To apply, call 398-8409 or
e-mail: ContactCAYA@gmail.
com

Youth Association
Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Youth
Association golf tournament
is set for June 20 with a
shotgun start at 12:45 p.m.
Format is four-person Florida
scramble.
Check-in/registration is
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
Adara Golf Club, 1111 Shoal
River Drive.
BBQ luhch will be pro-
vided during registration
Advance registration is
$40 per person (check must
be received by June 13).
On-site registration only after
June 13, at $50 per person
Register 4-person team by
e-mailing team rosters/names
to: ContactCAYA@gmail.com
Prizes awarded for top
three places, longest drive
and closest to pin.
Every player will be en-
tered to win raffle prizes
Mail check to: CAYA
Golf Tourney: PO Box 331,
Crestview, FL 32536

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


A visit, from The Horse Whisperer

Wild Horse Ministries shares faith in unique way


Randy Dickson/Crestview News Bulletin
Paul Daily of Wild Horse Ministries
has trained more than 1,000 horses
in the last 11 years. In his testimony,
he shares how God got his attention
through the training of horses.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - Everyone has seen
the old western movie or TV
show where the cowboy climbs
on the back of some wild horse
and holds on for dear life, hop-
ing to break the horse before the
horse breaks him.
Watching Paul Daily work,
it's easy to understand breaking
a horse isn't necessarily the best
way.
Daily, founder of Wild Horse
Ministries, was in Baker's Barn-
hill Arena this past Wednesday
to give his own unique horse-
training demonstration.
As he took a horse that pre-
viously had been only rope or
halter trained, he related the,
training of a horse to how God
worked in his life and desires to
work in the lives of all people.
Working in a round pen about


30 feet wide and with the help of
. his assistant Byron Hogan, Dai-
ly trained a young horse to be
saddle-ridden in less than two
hours.
"I see myself in every horse I
work," Daily told the audience
as the demonstration started and
the horse galloped around the
small ring. "This horse doesn't
want a part of me, and I didn't
want a part of God.
"The horse is looking for a way
out to escape, just I was looking
to escape from God."
Daily gradually earned the
horse's trust before bringing Ho-
gan into the pen to assist him.
Daily pointed out that a wild
horse has little value and is un-
able to take care of many its own
basic needs.
"I want to be the best thing that
ever happened to this horse,"

See HORSE B3


HIGH SCHOOL
BASEBALL
Jace Smith picks up
all-star game MVP
Laurel Hill':i. .on Lyons and
Jace Smith made their respec-
tive marks in the Starr Athletics
Panhandle Baseball Classic on
Thursday.
Lyons was 1 -for-3 in the 14-
14 tie that was called after nine
innings.
But it was Smith who stole the
show, going 4-for-4 with two runs
scored and two RBIs. Smith's ef-
fort earned him the game's Most
Valuable Player honor.

COLLEGE
BASEBALL
Dean, LSU host NCAA
regional this weekend
LSU (43-16-1), including
2006 Crestview High School
graduate Blake Dean, will
open the NCAA Baton Rouge
Regional at 1 p.m. Friday
when the Tigers face Texas
Southern (16-32) in Alex Box
Stadium:
LSU, which has won 20
straight games, is the No.
1 seed in the Baton Rouge
Regional.
Dean was named National
Player of the Week by
Collegiate Baseball magazine
Monday after earning MVP
honors at the Southeastern
Conference Tournament.
Dean hit .438 (7-for-16)
in the tournament with three
homers, nine RBIs and five
runs scored.
Dean hit a walk-off solo
homer in the 10th inning
Wednesday to lift LSU to a 5-4
first-round SEC Tournament
win over South Carolina.
Dean hit a grand slam
Saturday in the Tigers' semifi-
nal victory over Alabama, and
he launched a two-run blast
Sunday in LSU's champion-
ship-game win over OleMiss.
Dean, a sophomore out-
fielder, leads the Tigers with
a .346 batting average and
57 RBIs in 58 games. He also
has 16 home runs.

YOUTH BASEBALL
CITY OF CRESTVIEW
CPAME Division
A's 11-1
Orioles 6-6
Royals 5-6
Red Sox 4-8
Jays 1-10

CPNAT Division
Cubs 11-1
Braves 10-2
Pirates 7-5
Dodgers 5-7
Marlins 5-7
Cards 0-12

JRMAJ Division
Braves 8-4
Red Sox 7-5
Orioles 3-9


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview quarterback Jason Parker drops back to pass during the Dawgs' Red-White game Friday.



Showers shorten Dawgs'



spring scrimmage


Lightning halted Red-White game after 45 minutes


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

A steady drizzle
couldn't dampen the
opening moments of
the Crestview football
team's Red and White
scrimmage Friday
night.
But 45 minutes
into the event, a sud-
den bolt of lightening
flashed too close and
brought the scrimmage
to a quick end.
Before the prema-


ture halt, the Bulldogs
gave fans plenty of
reasons to be optimis-
tic heading into Fri-
day's spring game at
Niceville. (Kickoff is
set for 7 p.m.).
"We had some good
things on both sides
of the ball," Bulldogs
coach Matt Brunson
said. "Offensively we
made a couple of plays
with some catches,
and some backs made
a couple of runs.
"Now we will check


out our blocking after
we look at some film."
Returning start-
ing quarterback Jason
Parker was back under
center after missing a
large part of the spring
with a pulled ham-
string.
Despite limited rep-
etitions since the start
of drills, Parker looked
sharp, not only in
throwing the football
and his mental deci-
sions, but also in the
way he ran the ball.


"It felt good to come
back and get reps
with everyone and be
able to run the ball,"
Parker said. "It was
real important (to get
on the field) because
we have to get ev-
erything straight for
Niceville."
Parker's first pass
was batted down at
the line of scrimmage
by defensive end Billy
Martin, a transfer from

See DAWGS B3


Cuts in Volusia County could have ripple effect


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Recent news from the
Volusia County School
Board wasn't good.
As is the case through-
out the state, Volusia is
suffering through the
extreme budget crunch
affecting almost every
aspect of the public edu-
cation system.
You think things are
tough here? A May 7
story in the Daytona


Beach News Journal
stated Volusia County's
school system has to find
a way to plug a $45.8 mil-
lion hole in its operating
budget.
Part of those cuts will
come from athletics.
Some of the propos-
als include scheduling
games during daylight
hours to save on the cost
of utilities and eliminat-
ing non-district or state
sanctioned contests more
than 50 miles from Volu-


sia County.
The proposal also calls
for elimination of fresh-
man sports, a reduction
in the number of games
by 10 percent beyond the
11th game and reduction
in the number of coaches.
One would think that's
only the tip of the iceberg.
Could such drastic
measures ever happen
here in Okaloosa County?
Some local schools
already are feeling the
budget crunch.


Athletic directors are
being forced to wait to see
if they will have to hire
from within or if a staff
position will be available
to bring in a coach from
the outside before filling
head coach openings.
They also are concerned
junior members of coach-
ing staffs might not have
enough time in Okaloosa
County to weather the
next storm of job cuts.

See CUTS B2


BLEACHERS


CPG Division
Reds
Marlins
Cubs
Pirates
A's
Braves

JRSB Division
Marlins
Reds
A's
Braves
Red Sox

10U Division
Reds
Pirates
Orioles
Cubs
Dodgers
Braves
Marlins
Royals
A's

12U Division
Braves
Pirates
Cards
A's
Royals


11-0
9-2
8-3
3-9
2-9
1-11

8-0
7-3
4-7
3-6
1-7


10-1
10-2
8-3
7-4
6-5
4-7
2-9
2-9
2-11

8-1
8-1
5-4
2-8
0-9


ARE YO NL E * _� *We are always looking for sports information and news .
El I m i E from those involved in our community. ,.'-- o FREEDOM
YOL I.IV� LU L , Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor 0A\ ' ir V W-_ --"r-'
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com 1avl-a te t h Cis'ti -, t,-


NEWS &

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.B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008


CUTS
continued from B1
Some of the Volusia
County ideas make sense
and can work in the more
heavily populated areas.
But ask Baker football
coach Bob Kellogg or his
Crestview counterpart,
Matt Brunson, how tough
it is to fill a football sched-
ule without going beyond
50 miles of Baker or Crest-
view.
Ask if the utility savings
of playing a day game in
soccer or baseball will off-
set the loss of gate receipts
and concessions from
parents that can't make a 3
p.m. game?
And forget an afternoon
football game, unless a
school will play on Satur-
day (which doesn't make
sense with most football
fans glued to their televi-
sion sets watching their
favorite college teams
play).
I wonder how this will
affect other extracurricular
groups, such as the band.
Most of the football con-
cession stands in Okaloosa
County are operated by
the band boosters. I'm not
trying to start anything
between the band boosters
and football boosters, but
with athletic budgets re-
duced to a very tight shoe-
string, will football boosters
start demanding their share
of the concession dollar?
If freshman sports are
eliminated in Volusia
County, how will that af-
fect the development of
ninth-grade players in
that area? Will the Volusia
County teams fall behind
the rest of the state because
they've lost an important
foundational year to de-
velop athletes?
How will schools deal
with the additional loss
of money to their athletic
programs?
Fund-raisers seem like
a nice idea on the surface,
but most people probably
feel fund-raised to death.
All you have to do is check
any issue of the News
Bulletin to see how many
fund-raisers are taking
place at any given time,
and those are just golf
tournaments and such.
Have we reached the
breaking point with fund-
raisers?
Do we need to look at
another way to play the
early rounds of a district
tournament? I've always
thought it was a waste of
time and money to play
a game like the District
1-4A softball tournament
game between Crestview
and Choctawhatchee at
the host site at Escambia in
Pensacola.
Wouldn't it make more
sense to let.the higher seed
host the game?
Many states have varsi-
ty girls and boys basketball
games played as a double-
header. Could a school
save money and travel ex-
penses by having the girls
and boys play at the same
place on the same day and
travel together?
There are probably
more questions than an-
swers, and none of the
answers come easy.
I wish I had the an-
swers, but I only seem to
have more questions.

How can local schools' ath-
letic programs save money?
Post your ideas at crestview-
bulletin.com.


A Week Recap:


Heritage Plantation Chairman and CEO, Steve Riggs talks
with Okaloosa County Commissioner Bill Roberts and
another guest during the opening of the 18 hole golf course.


Above, the Dawgs execute
a running play during the
Red-White scrimmage
Friday. At left, raindrops start
to fall as players on the line
of scrimmage prepare for the
snap during the Red-White
game Friday. The contest
was halted after 45 minutes
because of lightning in the
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DAW GS continued from B1


ieining District 1-1A
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Brunson is hoping
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force for the Bulldogs
when things count.
"We hope he has a
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about the possibilities
for the 2008 season.
"We are strong on
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and make plays."
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"That's what we will
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night."

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Crestview News Bulletin I B5


ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE


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


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.


PAUL V CIURLEO, et al, FEET- THENCE NORTH TO THE PLAT FILED Legal # 100393
Defendantss. 03 DEGREES 31 MIN- THEREOF IN PLAT
UTES WEST ALONG BOOK 6 PAGE 15, PUBLIC AUCTION
NOTICE OF ACTION THE EAST LINE OF A Legal # 100391 OF THE PUBLIC REC- Pursuant to Section
66 FOOT DIRT STREET ORDS OF 713.75, Florida Statues,
TO: PAUL V. CIURLEO A DISTANCE OF IN THE CIRCUIT 0 K A L 0 0 S A there will be a public
LAST KNOWN AD- 101.50 FEET TO THE COURT OF THE FIRST COUNTY, FLORIDA auction 06/12/2008 at
DRESS: 691 RIDGE LAKE POINT OF BEGINN- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 9:00AM for the following
ROAD CRESTVIEW, FL ING SAID PROPERTY ANDFOR has been filed against vehicles
32536 LYING IN THE NE OKALOOSA you and you are required
1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF COUNTY FLORIDA to serve a copy of your 1994 Chew Z 71
CURRENT ADDRESS: SECTION 6. TOWN- CIVIL AwION CASE written defenses if any, 2GCEK19K7R1275294
UNKNOWN SHIP 3 NORTH NO.: on or before June 30
RANGE 23 WEST' 46-2008-CA-1866 S 2008, on Florida Default 1991 Chevy S 10
LAST KNOWN AD- 0 K A L 0 0 S DIVISION:FILENUM- Law Group, P.-, IGCCT19Z2M8258751
DRESS: SHIRLEY A. COUNTY, FLORIDA BER: FO8015324 Plaintiff's attorney, whose


CIURLEO
691 RIDGE L
CRESTVIEW, F
CURRENT
SUNKNOWNM


S N O T W IT H S T A N D IN G .. . .. . .
Legal # 100389 THE TIME PERIODS ANY AND
SET FORTH ABOVE, KNOWN
IN THE CIRCUIT ANY CLAIM FILED CLAIMING
COURT IN AND FOR TWO (2) YEARS OR THROUGH
OKALOOSA MORE AFTER THE AND AGAIN
COUNTY FLORIDA DECEDENT'S DATE OF HEREIN NA
PROBATE DIVISION DEATH IS BARRED. DIVIDUAL
CASE NO. ANT(S) , W
2008-CP-449 The date of the first publi- NOT KNOW
cation of this Notice is DEAD OR
IN RE THE ESTATE OF Ma 21 2008. WHETHER S
SUZANNE H. KNOWN
MANKEWITZ, Attorney for Personal MAY CLAIM
Deceased, Representative: TEREST AS
James C. Campbell, Es- HEIRS
NOTICE TO CREDI- auire GRAITEES,
TORS Florida Bar No. 708283 OTHER CLAIN
. . # 4 11th Avenue, Suite 2
The administration of the Shalimar, Florida 32579 LAST KNO
estate of SUZANNE H. 850-651-9313 N
I RSS:R UNKN(


MANEWITZ, deceased,
whose date of death was Personal Re
April 7, 2008 and Scott L. Mai
whose social security
number is 212-36-2233, 05/21/08
is pendin rin the Circuit 05/28/08
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James __
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, Florida 32536.


The names and address
is the personal represent-
ative and the personal


presentative:
nkewitz


Legal # 100390


representative's attorney IN THE CIRCUIT
are set forth below. COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
All creditors of the dece- AND FOR
dent and other persons OKALOOSA
having claims or de. COUNTY, FLORIDA
mands against CIVIL ACTION CASE
decedent's estate on NO.:
whom a copy of this no- 46-2008-CA-1612 C
tice is required to be DIVISION FILE NUM-
served must file their BERF08014097
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER BANK OF NEW YORK
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
THE TIME OF THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS
FIRST PUBLICATION CWABS, INC.
OF THIS NOTICE OR ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
30 DAYS AFTER THE CATES SERIES 2005-5,
DATE OF SERVICE OF Plaintiff,
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM. V


CURRENT
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NO
an action to
mortgage on
ORALOdAo
Florida:
COMMENCII
THE NW CO
THE NE 1/4
1/4 OF SEC
TOWNSHIP
NORTH, RA
WEST; R
THENCE N(
DEGREES 4
UTES EAST
TANCE OF


AKE ROAD has been filed against WELLS FARG
L. 32536 you and you are required NA,
fo serve a copy of your Plaintiff,
ADDRESS: written defenses, if any,
on or before 6/19/08, vs.
on Florida Default Law
ALL UN- Group, P.L., Plaintiff's at- NOAH J. HE
PARTIES torney, whose address is er al,
BY, 9119 Corporate Lake Defendants(s).
UNDER Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
NST THE Florica 33634, and file NOTICE OF
kMED IN- the original with this
DEFEND- Court either before serv- TO: CHRIS
HO ARE ice on Plaintiff's attorney GOODWIN
N TO BE or immediately thereafter- LAST KNOV
ALIVE, otherwise a default will DRESS 352
AID UN- be entered against you WAY NICE
PARTIES for the relief demanded .32578
AN IN- in the Complaint or peti- CURRENT
SPOUSE, tion. CURRENT
DEVISEES, UNKNOWN
OR WITNESS my hand and ANY AND
MANTS the seal of this Court on ANY AND
this 14 day of May, KNOWN
WN AD- 2008. 'CLAIMING
IOWN THROUGH
ADDRESS: DON W. HOWARD AND AGAIN
Clerk of the Court HEREIN NA
SBy: Kathy Henley DIVIDUAL-
)TIFIED that As Deputy Clerk ANT(S) W
foreclose a NOT KNOW
the follow- IMPORTANT DEAD OR
erty in In accordance with the WHETHEROS
County, Americans with Disabili- KNOWN
ties Act., persons with MAY CLAIM
disabilities needing spe- TEREST AS
NG AT cial accommodation to 'HEIRTEE
)RNER OF participate in this pro- OGRATEES,
I OF NWV ceeding should contact OTHER CLAI
CTION 6 Court Administration at T
3 101 James Lee Boulevard LAST KNOK
ANGE 23 East, Crestview, Fl. DRESS: UNKN
RUNNING 32536-3515; telephone CURRENT
ORTH 87 number 850-689-5000, UNKNOWN
45 MIN- Extension 7497, prior to A
A DIS- the proceeding. or YOU ARE NC
33.00 Shalimar 850-65l-7497 an action to


FEET; THENCE SOUTH
03 DEGREES 31 MIN-
UTES EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 426.00
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE NORTH 87
DEGREES 45 MIN-
UTES EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 208.00
FEET; THENCE SOUTH
03 DEGREES 31 MIN-
UTES EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 101.50
FEET; THENCE SOUTH
87 DEGREES 45 MIN-
UTES WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 208.00


SBANK, address is i iv C orpo-
0 BANK,,, rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
336�34 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
-CKMANN, Plaintiff's attorney or im-
:CKMANN, mediately thereafter oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for


ACTION
TIAN L.
WN AD-
JAMAICA
VILLE, FL

ADDRESS:

ALL UN-
PARTIES
BY,
UNDER,
NST THE
MED IN-
DEFEND-
HO ARE
YN TO BE
ALIVE,
SAID UN-
PARTIES
A AN IN-
SPOUSE,
DEVISEES,
Ok
VMANTS
WN AD-
IOWN
ADDRESS:

)TIFIED that
foreclose a
L LII....l


the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 15 day of May,
2008
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of the Court
By: Kathy Henley
As Deputy Clerk


The auction will be nela
at 956 W. James Lee
Blvd, Crestview, Fl
32536, Crestview Paint
& Body has the right to
turn down any and all
bids.
05/28/2008
LEGAL # 120043
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2007-CA-004262S


DIVISION:I
NO:F0703


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the WELLS
Americans with Disabili- BANK NA,
ties Act, persons with dis- Plaintiff,
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic- vs.
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad- DUSTIN M,
ministration at 101 James et al,
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- Defendant(s)
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number NOTICE OF
850-689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the TO: DUSTI
proceeding. or Shalimar THEWS
50-651-7497 LAST KNO
DRESS: 363e
IMPORTANT COLONY DRI
In accordance with the NIA NC 2805
Americans with Disabili- CURRENT
ties Act, persons with dis- UNKNOWN
abilities needing, special
accommodation to partic- AUSON MA
ipate in this proceeding LAST KNO
should contact Court Ad-


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mo Uayt e on tne FOlow- ministration at 1250 N.
IMPORTANT O .i roperty in Ealin Parkway, Shalimar, Do Somet
In accordance with the OALOOSA County Flor- F 32579; telephone Good F
Americans with Disabili- ida: . number 850-651-7497,
ties Act, persons with dis- prior to the proceeding. Toniorr
abilities needing special LCA IB A K BilA p t re
accommodation to partic- CARIBBEAN VLLAE 05/21/08 RECY(
ipate in this proceeding 1-C AT BLUEWATER05/28/08 TODA
should contact Court A- BAY ACCORDING TODA
ministration at 1250 N.
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
F . 32579; telephone 3S
number 850-651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. ',
05/21/08
05/28/08
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DRESS: 3636 E. CLUB
COLONY DRIVE
GASTONIA NC
28056-6605
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRAITEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
.ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:


has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before
6/20/2008, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 15 day
of May, 2008
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: KathyHenley
As Deputy Clerk.
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida


:FILE THE CONDOMINIUM 33622-5018
1038 PARCEL KNOWN AS
APARTMENT NO. IMPORTANT
FARGO A-114, PIER ONE In accordance
CONDOMINIUM, A Americans wi
CONDOMINIUM, AC- ties Act, perso
CORDING TO THE abilities need
DECLARATION OF accommodation
CONDOMINIUM ipate in this
THEWS, THEREOF RECORDED should contact
IN OFFICIAL REC- ministration at
ORDS BOOK 742 Lee Boulevard
PAGE 505 OF THE view, FL, 32
:TION PUBLIC RECORDS OF telephone
TION O K A L O 0 S A (850)689-500
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PROVEMENTS AS ties Act, perso
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IN AD- BOOK 1, PAGES 62 ipate in this
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or COUNTY, FLORIDA. F , 32579;
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Used & Junk
Cars
We pay & tow awayl
850 830-7747




Babysitting in my
Crestview home. Rea-
sonble rates, meals pro-
vide dl all des. Call for
availablity and prices.
850-305-9429
Childcare
Reg. In home daycare.
Now has 2 openings.
Ages 6 weeks to 5 yrs.
old. Call for info. @
682-4141
Summertime
Childcare ~ Keep your
kids to ether this summer
Call 398-2946



Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
house/apartment. Free
Estimates. Ref's
398-6230
Take a Break &
Call Carefree Services
to clean your home.
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678



A-1 Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Bobcat Work. Free est.
685-7852
Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpenter andRoofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
. 850-862-0383

LATHAM CONCRETE
Robert Latham
Masonry, Contractor -
Lic./Ins. Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672


Construction Attend College Online
from Home. Medical,
Q-B Construction Land *Business, *Paralegal
Clearing. *Computers, *Criminal
No job to small. Justice. Job placement as-
Reasonable Rates distance. Computer avail-
850-305-8000 able. Financial Aid if
- qualified. Call
%uS(866)858-2-121
www.CenturaOnline.com

HVAC Tech Trainin I
NW FL Land Clearing Heat up your career No
Comm. & Res. Site Dev needed. Get Nation-
Subdivisions, Fill Dirt, Lot Exp n Certified in
682Cln 7Li/i2142 3.wks..Local job place-
682"631/978-2142 ment asst. financing
available Classes start
now! (877)994-9904.


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Want your clothes m
ironed, too tired to do
it? Call Connie
682-8738 Reasonable EARTHSCAPES LLC.
Rates Commercial/Residential
Maintenance Spring &
- Fall Cleanup, Specialty
Gardens, Annuals & Per-
ennials Owner Frances
Hawk 826-0391. 30 yrs.
Assistance with exp./Affordable Rates, Li-
Cooking, cleaning, runn- censed & Insured
ing errands, hospital
companion, family re- Farm Direct
ports in Crestview area Centipede, St. Augustine,
Avail Mon, Tues & Wed. Zoysia, Bermuda.
Contact Rachelle Adams We deliver & install.
398-8309 Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms

O G/J Lawn Care
For all. your lawns needs.
Bush Hogging also.
978-0016 or 537-3335.

SPECIAL Guaranteed lowest rates
HANDYMAN ed 11 your lawn care
HANDYMAN needs. Pruning, mowing
No job too small. 15 edging, blowing off roof
years experienced. Li- and cleanup. One time
censed and insured, cuts or regular scheduled
850-902-2222 maintenance. Call for a
free estimate 902-7175
or 259-5609
Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and I McMillin's Lawn Ser
sured. Honese and de Responsible Lawn Service
penCable, references from a Dependable Teen
Call Terry 902-3928 Mow & clean yard, weed
eat, edge & blow debris.
Free ESt. Licensed. Call
RUCI Bobby or Tim

Airline Mechanic -
Rapid training for high WALKER LAWN
paying Aviation Career. MAINTENANCE
FAA predicts severe Mowin Trimming
shortage. Financial aid if in"n
qualify - Job placement Pruning, One time or
assistance. Cballcy Aa year round. Licensed
assistance. Call Aviation an insured. 537-4419
Institute of Maintenance References Available
-(888)349-5387.


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







NEW riOfIA
Randy Batson's
Lawn & Tractor
Work,
Bushhoggina, Move dirt,
Clear uncrerbrush, &
Small Tractor Work.
Lic/Ins. 850
537-3835/546-1283





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

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





Powerwasher
Experienced
powerwasher looking to
work with homeowners
and homeowner associa-
tions. Also experienced
in home repairs and re-
modelin, roofing, etc.
"One Call Does It All".
850-892-3847, Brian


Travel for Less
Get great deals on
Travel, flowers,
Sporting-events, shoes
concert tickets, Cars, and
golf packages Visit:
www.traveloutlet.name
and book today, call
(850)682-4280.
Ask how you can save up
to 60% off of your trav-
ell


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DECLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008


Run your ad State- All Types of Watch &
widely Run your classified Clock Repair, grandfa-
ad in over 100 Florida others, mantels, cuckoos,
newspapers reaching we buy antiques, Call
over 4 Million readers. 689-1 07
Call this newspaper or
866)742-1373 for more
details or visit: . .
www.florida-classifieds.com 0
Ron's Appliance &
I,,- I Parts open 8am-6pm,
IMon-ri. 8-1 Sat. Appli-
S. ance parts, appliance re-
Wh Eat Out Ipair. 215 N. Main
on Saturday? Street Call 689-1007.
When you can actually After ours 305-8515
dine to the smoot
PianolSound of Jordan
day night May 9hthru so
June o h at Coach N 3130
Four Steakhouse on Auction For Dissolution
John King Koad. Of Partnership - Satur-
Crestview s only Restau- day May 31, 10 a.m.,
rant with Live Piano Cedartown, Georgia,
Music. 800+/- Acres in Tracts,
Abundant Road Front-
ae79age, Ponds
{ wa66)789-5169,
|0 american-auctioneers.com
x~ Keith Baldwin
... AUNR2860
Auction! 364� acres -
SS - " divided. Saturday, June
1:W' r-_ 14, 10a.m. Hunting, fish-'
-in pond, merchantable
Ilv , ~ timber. Great homesites.
Rowell Auctions Inc.
S(800)323-8388 10% BP'
,-" AL AU-C002594
'% RowellAuctions.com.
HAPPY. 80th Sealed Bid Auction,
BIRTHDAY! 37.333+/- Acres Shopp-
ERA EVELYN ing Center Site Greens-
PAUL BARLOW bor NC. Wednesday,
PAUL BARLOW June 4, 2PM. Iron Horse
SAuction, NCAL3936,
Friends & Relatives (800)997-2248, www.
please come join us in ironhorseauction.com
celebrating our mothers- ------------..
80th Birthday. Gigantic 3-Day Auc-
.May31 tion June 4,5,6, 2008
y1:00 l1, u0 Montgomery, Alabama
11:00 am,- 1:00pm 118) Single Tandem &
Ryan's Restaurant ri-Ae Dumps, (55, Are
Crestview, Florida 2008-2005) ' Mack (5
Lunch is available 2007 Mack Roll Off
No gifts please Trucks, Truck Tractors,
--Lowboys, (48) Crawler
. 1 Loaders & Tractors, (52)
LS, Excavators, (22) Motor
W ..A Graders & Scrapers, (21)
__ 1150 Backh es, (31) Rubber
Tired Loaders Articuldt-
Single white male 70 ing Dumps Compactors
5'8' 170lbs. Looking for Grinders, Forklifts, Pav-
a small white lady 65-72. ing Skidders,' Feller
I am easy going dnd Bunchers, Log Loaders,
easy to please. Just need Farm TractorsJ .M. Wood
,a ood woman to share Auction Co., Inc,
lan do things together. (334)264-3265 Bryant
Please write RLB P.O. Wood AL LIC # 1137.
'Box 876, Crestview FL
32536, or call )(50)
689-8038

Single White Male, 61 -_ 3220 -1
yrs. of age who is sincere Twin Over Full
.&honest seeking lady 45 Bunkbeds
to 65 for companionship, I n frm .
dinner & share nice Almost new; from IKEA
smiles. Call Ron (steel . grey); 2
904-309-0145 inner-spring mattresses; 2
______sets Nautica sheets, navy
tropical comforters; also
. ......... . white IKEA chest and
nightstand; U pick up.
" ' - Paid $1500; asking
$450. Call 678
472-4629 (Sandestin).


PETS & ANIMALS 32
9-inn *t. ~ Crestview


21 00 - -Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
S Good Home
,2120- Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 - Pet Memorials


I 2130
Baby Goats, Pygmy &
Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-
enees pups. Taking de-
posits. 50-537-8207


3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3180 - 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)


YARD SALE

Sat. May 31,7A.M. - 12
Noon, 5663 Reinke
Drive. Adult & Kids
Clothes, Misc. items. Too
much to list
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat., May 31
8am-1 2pm
2239- Titatanium Dr
Foxwood, household
goods fishing gear ( salt
& Freshwater).
Crestview
Garage Sale
Sat. May 3 T
7am - until
2113 Hagood Loop
(in Lee Farm sub.)
Crestview
-Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Open This
Week, 9:30!
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. Everything 1/2 offI
Crestview
Multi -Family
Yard Sale
Sat. May 31
8am - until.
101 Eagle Dr.
Baby items, crib, tools,
kids cloths,& toys.
:Crestview
Multiple Family
Yard Sale
107 Jamie Court. Sat.
May 31st, 7am-12
Electronics, exercise
equipment, lawn mower.


NOW OPEN
DeFuniak Springs Flea'
Market 2674 Hwy 90 E.
Vendors booths are filling
up fast! Call to reserve
Debra 850-687-9863
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305


| 3240

Gun Show
Ft Walton
Fairgrounds
May 31 &



Free Parking
(407)
275-7233
floridagunshows.com




Do you Experience Anx-
iety? There are answers
in this book. Buy and
read Self Analysis by L.
Ron Hubbard. Price
$15.00. Hubbard Dia-
netics Foundation
(813)872-0722 -E-mail
cofstampa@gmail.com.



Buildingemp For Salel
"AmRV Leriaot, Leadipg Man-
20x30x12 $4300.
25x40x14-05076890.
30x50x14 $7900.
5x56x1600. Kenmore Dr$11,500.
40x60x16 $14,900.
50x140x19 $41,600.
60x100x18. So $32,800.
Pioneer since
1980...(800)668-5422.
Collect up to $250/wk
of Unemployment
Insurance[ If you are un-
employed and haven't
filed a claim we can as-
sist you today. .Start col-
lecting Unemployment
Insurance calling

RV Lot, largewooded on
private lot. $125. month
Call 682-0507
Whirlpool Washer
100. Kenmore Dryer
$100. Sofa $50. Rattan
Dining Set w/ 4 chairs
$75. Wicker night stand
r25. White Dresser $25.
after 5 in Shalimar
543-9271.


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Education
Now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
Learning Tree Day
School, Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.
Installation/Maint/Repair
Construction water &
sewer, cable installers la-
borers & operators.
850-982-3074
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Problem!
Earn up to $900/wk.
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309
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Now HIrm? - Henle IaREAL ESTATE FOR RENT 'c
Plantation. Marketing. f-|
ternoons/Eveninls, 3 po- 6100- Business/
sitions availab e. Some commercial
computer skills needed, 6110-Apartments
good phone etiquette. 6120 - Beach Rentals
Please call 652-2000 6130 - Condo/Townhouse
-- 6140- House Rentals
Other 6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160- Rooms for Rent
Dei r Dri 6170- Mobile Home/Lot
Delivery Driver 6180 - Out-ot-Town Rentals
Immediate Openings 6190 -Timeshare Rentals
$100-$300 Cash paid 6200 - Vacation Rentals
daily Call 850-769-5366
Web ID #27808929


,NEWI T, O AY Commercial Lease
tWI I w "John King Road 667
sq.ft., y.b 1998 $665.+
Steele Magnolias is look- Property Professionals
ing for Hair Stylist. Great Plus 683-1714
location great career op- Holt 3+ acres fenced
portunty to build clien- w/ 2400 sq. ft. office
Please call Cathy and warehouse on 1-10
Steele 398-3362 & leave @ 45 $1500 00
message if no answer, month 850-477-0044
-850-232-9490



100 WORKERS Crestview- 2br, lba,
Assemble crafts, wood cJuietgaed no pe s
items. Materials pro- $ ouumo/:5 .0Iep,, 1
vided. To $480+/wk. mo lease req. 585-1-574
Free information pkg. 24 Crestview, Bent Creek
Hr 801-428-4649 Apartments I, Vouchers
---Accepted. Rental assis-
Awesome First Jobl[ tance may be available.
Now hiring motivated 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
sharp individuals to work accessible apartments,
and travel entire USA. 209 Bent Creek Road
Paid training. Transporta- Crestview, FL. Call
tion, lodging furnished. 850-68 2-5563
Call today Start tomor- TDD/TTY 711. Equal
row. (877)646-5050. Housing Opportunity
. Two Bedroom One
Drivers: Don't Miss This Bath 4-Plex, Central AC,
Sign-On Bonus 35-42 No pets. $550. Property
cpm Earn over $1000 Professionals 683-1714
weekly Excellent Benefits
Need CDL-A and 3 mos
recent OTR a o
(800)635-8669.1


NEW rIjiAY


S Crestview
. k ": 3bd 2 1/2 ba
. ., behind hospital.
, New appliance.
332 " "I $750 month $750dd.
Scyad IBUSINESS & FINANCIAL call Rosie 702-413-3229
Backyar
Nursery 5100 - Business Freeport
1st Saturday of Opportunities The Palms Of
month through 5110- MoneytoLend Freeport
r 8am-2pm. Now available for Lease
4000 annuals & , . . or Purchasel Affordable,
ials. Go to Easy Commute Commu-
garden.com and Ei S100 n Playground, & Pooll
i Bonnies Garden . . , 2R/ 1.5 BA. Call
& directions. Email All Cash Can Raoute Heather of Jeff
an7@cox.net Do you earn $800 in a 850835-0191
d37 day? 30 Local Machines
and Candy $9 995,
(888()62 9 - 9 68 ,
)AYLILLIES! BO2000033. Call Us: ....,
0 Sat. Mornings We will not be undersold 6140
estview Farmers 3br, 1ba, $775/mo.
It/Old Spanish BankCard Managers $795dd. 1 acre lot. No
ark. Other plants National Processor seeks smoke/pets. Call
g at $1.00 Experienced Sales profes- 240-0890
sional to manage team.-
1t 1st-yr potential
"A --" I $187,070. 2nd-yr poten- lr uAl
tial $339,576. Lifetime W JOI U '
ak Vested Residuals.
S i0 (888)637-2426 x 227 American Realty
s Cf u CodeA. of Northwest
Bodyguards -Counter Florida, Inc.
Assaulf Teams Needed/ 682-4822 or
" ^ USA and Overseas $119 651-5717 EHO
t 0 $220,Kx earI B dy 5591 Hwy393 2br,
Help Wanted uards 1 256 - $750 a 1 ba $550 ,
Restaurants/Clubs da 18 or older. *865 Brett St. 2br,
Sales (6 5)885-8960 ext 3.00 ba $650
Employment www. . 517 Azalea Ave 3br,
information InternationalExecutives.net 2ba,$695
SGuaranteed Weekly 9 Flora Cove, 3br',
C'i P Settlement Check. Join 2l ba $785
o' O Wil-Trans Lease Operator i4 Brackin St. 3br,
i Program Get the Benefits 2ba, $800
cBion/Trades PrgraiGet the B *304 Crooked Pine Tr,
ction/Trades of Being a Lease 3hr 2 Sna $775
Operator without any of 1 w5ba $775 p. C .
n Qualified the Risk. 11wa In Pine Ct.
ng 8ae T66)906-2982. Must be 3br 2.5ba, 7 9
ctricians & 3 * 09 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
apprentices 2ba $850
ects at Eglin AFB, Hirinn 10 Sharp, 6110 Sonny Ln 3br,
' S"s rt 2ba, $875
rt Field & Crest- Guys/_als to work in a , 423 Northview Ln
aid I week vaca- w * 423 Northview Lnr 2ba $850
5 holidays per unL, & US vtes. ReoP - ' 850wk Dr.
qualifiedd personnel resent Sports, Fashion & ,311-2 s ha
Sto $20 per hour. News Publications. *619 'Winstead Rd
at Henderson Elec- Travel Todayl Training, 3h6r 2a $875 'd
8-3A Anchors St daily and weekly bo- 0 lf Course Dr.
vB, FL. 32548 nuses Trans/Provided 3br, 2ba, $900
43-2223 EOE. Monday/Frida, 10am/ * 202 Cab Way
ID#27807848 6pm (800)39-1293 4br, 2ba, $925 I
h ttp : / /w w w . '254' imestone Cir
mytraveljob.com3br, 2ba $975
* 4702 Whitewater Ln
Job Crafters, Inc. Now 4br.2ba $995
HiringIllll First class ship- 0 5435 Fairchild Rd 3br,
yard crafts long term 2ba $1050
work FL & AL over time & 0 2186 Hagood Lp 3br
per diem up to $24.00+ 2ba $1100
Ier hour Phone: 01812 Waterway Dr.
800-371-750O 4 or 3br 2ba $1125
251-433-1270 Fax: 3 12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
433-0018 EOE 2ba, $1150
144 Indian Tr. 3br, 2ba
- Job Crafters, Inc. Now $1150
Hiringlllll First class ship- 0 715 presscott St 3br
yard crafts long term 2.5ba $T300
work FL & AL over time & * 414 Peoria Blvd 4br
per diem up to $24.00+ 2.5ba $1350
per hour Phone: * 3178 Border Creed Rd
ve in a 1-800-371-7504 or 4br 3ba $1350
251-433-1270 Fax: *2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
Efficient 433-0018 EOE 4br2ba, $1375
0--223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
ily Home. Now Avoilablel 2008 $1400
Post Office Jobs. * 6377 Havenmist Ln.'
$18-$20/hr. No Experi- 4br 2ba $1500
FB. ence, Paid Training, Fed 0 109 Fairway Ct 3br,
Benefits Vacations. Call 2.5ba, $1600 -
sand 1 & 2 800910-9941 Todayl Visit us at
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$5K/yr Inc. Fed. Ben,
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Exam Services, not aof
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hiring. Call
(8661713-4492
Well Positioned Suite
Hotels For Sale By
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others.
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Pamela/Marc
(602)944-1560,
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Crestview
3 and 2
bedroom houses
3121Earl Kennedy Rd,
and 4883 Okaloosa
lane, 850-682-1972 No
Pets.


TODAY!


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


fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156
Three bedroom
houses behind NOMC.
3/2 1500sf Fence,
Small pets ok Steeple-
chase $875. and 3/2
1810sf, small pets ok
Redstone $1095. Prop-
erty Professionals
683-1714.
Three bedroom
houses south of 1-10.
3/2 1556sf, Corner lot
Pinnacle Point, Fenced
yard small dog ok
71150.; 3/2 1712sf
enced yard small pet ok
Countryview $ f050.;
3/2 1443sf small dog ok
Shoal Woods $895.
Property Professionals
683-1714



Crestview Share 3br,
2ba, 2cg. Internet & Blu-
Ray. Near 1-10 & Wal-
Mart. $500. 496-2808
Crestview; House to
share. All utilities includ-
ing digital cable. Small
deposit, $400/mo.
850-902-6032



Crestview
1 person utilities in-
cluded w/ phone & ca-
ble $250. per month.
398-5101


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6140 [ 6140 1
C 2 Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
Century 21 2 CG. Brand new, Ig
Moulton Realty fenced yard cover
6o8 2-oA porch. Pets OK. $1150
682-3849 + DD. 850-683-4104
Rentals: Crestview 3 or 4 br, 2
* 1434 N. PurlSt ba, Section 8 approved
34 b rl deposit required.
3 br, 2 ba, $950nWa 537-2960 or 830-7944
3br 2V/2ba $1000+dd Cresview
* 4295 Batten Rd, 3BD 1 1/2 BA.
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd 795 a month 795 dd.
* 5812 Old Bethel Rd 850-217-7344
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
* 4038 Falcon Way Crestview near Garden
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd City
* 309 John Kind Rd Country Living
3 br 2 ba, $875+dd Newly
* 220 Water Oak - /I
3 br 2 ba $850+dd Remodeled
* 3 05b MaleAve available June 1st. Three
I br 1 ba, 675+dd bedroom and two bathl
* 2778 Atoka Trail $850/month-negotiable.
3 br, 2 ba, $1150+dd Deposit due when lease
c is signed. Pets ok w/dep.
Coldwell Banker JME Acrof land 682-4280
Realty 117 Courthouse or 699-4281
Terrace, Crestview Fl Crestview: 3BR '2BA
32536 (850)689-1515 2CG, FP nice yard,
or 18501682-5922 small pets ok. $990/mo.
*307 Walnut Ave lbr, Call 850-863-1546
* 305 Walnut Ave 2BR -Four bedroom m
1RBA, 900sf, $525 en houses south of 1-10.
unit' 4/3 2735sf., Pool, Flor-
S309 Walnut Ave. 2br, ida Room, Small pet ok
1 ba 900sf, $525 end Westview $1500.; 4/2
unit 2111 sf, Fence Small pet
S116 Hampton Dr.. 2br ok Sandy Ridge $1300
1 .5ba, 90sf, $550 Property Professionals
Townhome 683-17 14
* 2385 Susan Dr. Base- Freeport
ment apt., 1br, ba, Av ilable
1052sf, $595, utils incl. Available
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* 2904 Orchidcrest Dr. 3 bd/2 bah $750
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pets allowed w/approval 3 bd/2 ba; $750
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1165sf, $275 cathedral 3 bd/2 ba"$11i 0
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*2385 Susan Drive- 4 bd/2 ba; $1250
house 3br, 2ba 1640sf, 46 Jillian Dr
$895 waterfront / $150
02813 Mohican Way, bd/2 ba; $1250
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95b0.
South of 1-10
* 34 Regent Rd. 3br, 0 .3 b S.1
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allowed with approval Navarre -
0109 Steeplechase Dr 3 2 story, 4 br, 2'/2 ba,
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $925 2150s home on large
new aint & vin l natural lot in bea utiul,
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first month's rent free rate living & dining
01819 Waterway Lane rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
3br 2ba, 1420sf' whirlpool tub & separate
$1650, no pets allowed' shower in master bath.
Baker ' $1800mo. Call 850
0 1235 G brielle Dr. 3br 261-0322, or 685-8048
2ba, 1758sf, $1075 leave message.
large fenced back yard
04180 Big Buck Trail, .n
4br, 2ba, 1823sf NEW TnwAlY
$1300 no pets allowed fllEW,
* 336 Eaan Dr. 4br,
2ba 1901s5 $1300 pets Teel& Waters
allowed with approval" Real Estate
*5980 Silver Oaks Lane, Realse
4br 2.5ba 2326sf, RENTALS
$1400 in ground pool 682-6156
0642 Territory Lane 4br, * 204 Booker St
3ba, 3031sf $1500 first 525 2 br 1 ba
month rent free to military 227 Walker Circle
0 5262 Clint Mason Rd. ;700 3 br 2 ba, 1 cg
$3br 2.5ba, 1878 sf * 25Z0 Sunset Dr
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CROSSINGS Chicago: My kind of town
Brian Hughes


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Frank Sinatra sang My
Kind of Town, his hit tune
about Chicago, in Robin &
the Seven Hoods. You can't
beat the Windy City as a ,
sensational visitors' desti-
nation. Now with regular
non-stop flights from Oka-
loosa Regional Airport, you
can't beat
its con-
venience,
either.
Late
spring
and early
summer
are great
times
to visit.
The no-
torious
humidity
hasn't
settled
.in. The
broad
river-
front
prom-
enades In Grant Park,
--are pleas- Chicagoans gaz
ant and block towers a
breezy, Crown Fountai
,and the
winds off Lake Michigan
,assure a pleasant lakefront
stroll.

Architectural
wonderland
Stroll along the Chicago
River and it's easy to mar-
*vel at famous architecture
by design icons such as
Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis
Sullivan and Mssrs. Skid-
more, Owens and Merrill,
,plus the works of other art-
ists in their profession. It's
even more fun to see them
from the river.
In the shadow of two
.landmarks, the Wrigley
Building and Tribune Tow-
er, we boarded one of the
official Chicago Architec-
ttire Foundation tour boats
for a satisfyingly informa-
tive cruise.
An onboard CAF do-
Scent provided a lively,
insightful narration as we
cruised along, gleaming
glass skyscrapers such as
-the Sears Tower contrasting
with venerable ornamented
landmarks such as the Civil
Opera House.

Pizza and Art
Our aesthetic appetites
whetted, we satisfied our
physical appetites, mak-
ing a beeline for the closest
Giordano's and indulged
- or rather, over-indulged.
We previously had tried
Chicago deep-dish pizza.
It was awesome. For lunch
we gave stuffed pizza a try,
nahd blush to confess we'ate
the entire thing.
With its rich thick,
oozing innards, we were
grateful our waiter demon-
strated the art of lifting each
slice and giving a quick
twist of the wrist to catch
the succulent umbilicals of
mozzarella that tenuously
connected it to the pie.
Stuffed to the gills, a
brisk walk was in order.
Colorful lakefront Grant
.Park was not far away. We
"loved Crown Fountain,
.with its cascades pouring
down two glass-block-like
towers on which constantly
Changing digital images of
Chicagoans gaze down on
kids cavorting in the reflect-
'ing pond between them.
Climb under and walk
Around the mammoth
stainless steel "jelly bean"
Kapoor Sculpture, inspired
by liquid mercury. Buck-
Singham Fountain, with its
hourly water display, is one
of the world's largest public
fountains.


di
ze
at f
n


While in Grant Park we
indulged in several hours
of art appreciation at the
.Art Institute of Chicago,
both a school and a mu-
seum. Happily, we found
admission is free on Thurs-
day evenings.


Das Boot
As a World War IIbuff, I
wanted to explore the Ger-
man submarine U-505 at
the Museum of Science &
Industry. Rescued from its
outdoor exhibition, where
the elements were rapidly
damaging the boat, it is
now housed in a cavernous
hall designed to resemble a
subma-
S, rine pen
on the
coast of
occupied
France.
You
can walk
under
and
around
the
U-505
as much
as you
wish,
but the
museum
com-
mands
an extra
admis-
gital images of sion
down from twin fee to
frolickers in the take an
reflecting pool. escorted
tour m-
side the craft.
.t's worth it, if you don't
suffer from claustrophobia.
It's an eye-opening venture
into the cramped world of
Germany's U-boat men. For
a shockingly great percent-
age of them, it is representa-
tive of their ultimate tomb.
The museum brims
with natural and manmade
wonders of many kinds,
and is worth a whole day
in itself. Before catching the
bus back downtown, be
sure to admire the original
ornate Beaux Arts exterior.
It is the last surviving
building of Chicago's cel-
ebrated 1893 World's Co-
lumbian Exposition, which
introduced the world to the
Ferris wheel and alternat-
ing electrical current.

The Wright Stuff
In architecture school,
we were taught to duti-
fully worship the innova-
tive and pioneering Frank
Lloyd Wright and his dis-
tinctive buildings.
The Robie House, one
of his greatest homes, is
not far from the Museum
of Science & Industry on
the University of Chicago
campus, but we instead
hopped a Metra train out to
suburban Oak Park, where
a plethora of Wright-de-
signed homes can be found
within walking distance of
the architect's own house
and studio.
Not content to simply
design his clients' (and his
own) house, Wright's total
control of inhabitable space
resulted in ornate stained
glass windows, furniture
that complemented the
trim work, lighting fixture
design and metalwork.
Hire Wright and you got a
complete package.
The escorted tour of his
home and attached studio
reinforced my professors'
mania for the quirky de-
signer, and my respect for
Wright's manipulation of
space. His "form follows
function" mantra would be
eagerly picked up by gen-
erations of successive archi-
tects, but none handled its
simple dictates as elegantly
and warmly as its master.
Our next two hours or
so were spent strolling the
shady streets of Oak Park,
coming across one Wright-
designed home after the
other. (We also stumbled
across Ernest Hemingway's
birthplace.)


Ultimately, we even
found the venerated Unity
Temple, its textured con-
crete slabs seeming to belie
Wright's early passion for
integrating his buildings
harmoniously into their
surroundings.
Having seen and ex- ,


Photos by Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Chicago is world-renowned for its architecture, both old and new. The best way to see,it is on a Chicago Architecture
Foundation boat tour.


The U-505, the only German U-Boat on exhibit in the U.S., is one of the Museum of Science & Technology's most popular
attractions. It was captured intact by American naval forces in World War II.


Oak Park's Forest Avenue is studded with Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes. One of
the most famous is the 1902 Heutley House. Its variegated brickwork extending to the
front wall helps anchor the organic embrace of house and grounds.


plored the "Wright" stuff,
wriggled through the nar-
row passages of a World
War II U-boat, strolled the
breezy river promenades,
and windy lakefront, our
long weekend in Chicago


was about over.
We hadn't even shopped
the Magnificent Mile, fed
critters in Lincoln Park Zoo,
or explored the attractions
on Navy Pier, including
the IMAX theater and 4


Smith Museum of Stained
Glass. A return trip is
definitely in the cards.
Boarding our return
flight at Midway Airport,
we couldn't help but
humming a little bit of 01'


IF YOU GO
* Visitors' info: http://egov.
cityofchicago.org. Also visit
www.chicagotraveler.com
* Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave. in
Grant Park, www.artic.edu
* Museum of Science
& Industry, 57th St. &
Lakeshore Dr.,
www.msichicago.org
* Chicago Architecture
Foundation tours:
www.architecture.org
* Frank Lloyd Wright Home
& Studio, 951 Chicago
Ave., Oak Park, III.
www.wrightplus.org
* F.L. Wright architecture in
Oak Park, www.oprf.com
* Giordano's Pizza,
www.giordanos.com


Blue Eyes' hit. Chicago
had also become our kind
of town.


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