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Publication Date: June 4, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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DAY, JUNE 4, 2008

Today's Forecast
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John Parrott / Crestview News Bulletin
Crowds gather around a B-25 for close-up view of the historic aircraft.



Remembering the Raid


John Parrott
Crestview'News Bulletin

'i- UKE FIELD History
was repeated May 31
maybe for only a mo-
ment, but repeated -
when seven former Doolittle Raid-
ers crewmembers came together
for the first time in 60-plus.years.
Never mind none of the three
North American Mitchell B-25
bombers serving as a backdrop
flew in the famous raid on Tokyo
ini the spring of 1942. Never mind
most of the surviving crew mem-
bers had not been together at Eglin
since their training ended in the
early spring of 1942.
The war was just five months
old when Lt. Col Jimmy Doolittle,
a daring and brilliant Army Air
Corps flier, brought 130 men and
16 aircraft to Eglin for a series of
grueling tests of man and machine.
The aircraft chosen was the
North American B-25 Mitchell me-
dium bomber, which remains the
only aircraft named after a person.
(That person of course was another
daring and brash flier, Maj. Gen.
Billy Mitchell).
.. These tests included incred-
ibly risky low-level bombings and
short field takeoffs in support of
an unannounced mission. All the


'We had no idea where we were going. All we knew
was we were heading into the Pacific but had no clear
idea of our target."
Maj. Gen. David Jones (ret.)


crew members knew the mission
was classified, and that was good
enough for them.
Test after test was conducted
over a six-week course. Afterward,
men and machines winged to
the west coast, where they were
loaded on the U.S.S. Hornet and
steamed northwest out of Alame-
da, Calif., in early April 1942.
"We had no idea where we were
going," said pilot retired Maj. Gen.
David Jones. "All we knew was we
were heading into the Pacific but
had no clear idea of our target."
By April 1942 Japan owned
much of the Pacific Rim. A raid of
the Japanese homeland was un-
thinkable, but it had been thought
about at the highest levels of gov-
ernment. All it.took was Doolittle,
already a national hero, to con-
vince the war department to allow
him to go through with a raid.
The men under Doolittle had a
no idea what all the painstaking
tests were leading to, but nearly
everyone assumed it would be


Japanese-held island airfields and
troop concentrations.
"I don't think any of us had
an inkling we would be bombing
Japan itself," said Master Sgt. Ed
Horton Jr.
The aircraft had been heavily
modified. Any unnecessary instru-
ment was removed under orders
from Doolittle.
Once at sea further tests were
conducted. Only then did the men
under Doolittle's command real-
ize they were going to be taking
off from the carrier's flight deck,
which was also a first.
"By then they'd figured out
what we needed to do to get air-
borne from the 700-foot runway,"
said Horton. "We faced into the
wind, and lowered our flaps to full
flap and ran the engines up to full
power, and it was then we knew
we could take off but we'd also eat
up every inch of the flight deck."
Even then, the men still did not

See RAID A4


Funds for local



FAMU campus



are requested


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin'

Florida TaxWatch may
have labeled the appropria-
tion a "budget turkey," but
if Gov. Charlie Crist signs it
into law, a bill by state Sen.
Durell Peaden to locate a
state pharmacy school in
Crestview could give wings
to the local economy.
The $2.5 million request
for a "fixed capital outlay
- state university system
projects" would establish
a Florida A&M University
school of pharmacy cam-
pus in downtown Crest-
view.
"Florida A&M is known
internationally as one of the
top pharmacy schools in
America," said Crestview
Mayor David Cadle.
The appropriation,
which passed both houses
of the state legislature and
is now awaiting the gover-
nor's signature, is for "ru-
ral diversity healthcare."
Crestview is specified in
the bill as the location of the
FA&M facility.
"This can be a big story
if the governor signs it,"
Cadle said. "Florida A&M
would like to follow up
with possibilities of other
training facilities and pro-
grams in Crestview. They
see it as a prime location
for the type of training they
want to bring to under-
served communities."
Crestview is a logical lo-
cation for a badly needed
expansion of the program,
particularly given Okaloo-
sa County's population of
retired citizens.


sen. uurell Peaaen


WHY A "TURKEY"?
Floirla Ta\:,V'.,ath:'t- stateI
in -a release, "The 'budget
turkey' label :oes rnot cacn-
de-mn a project: I',. 'so,,rhi-
rieS, ebut irsreaj l t.i.;:,.use'
or, trih t.ud.lget Fprcess
Thie nrion-pro:fit, non-
partlisan research inrisltute,"
took i:sue w.itlh Se-n Durell
Pe-idn s bill because it 1id
riot appear on trie Board ot
Go.errnors' capital outlaw;
request Ta'.Wlatc:h wasd
also concerned hie ,pr,-,le:ct
'B rOt on ri i" t- uini- .ei-_-
r, .: ,ster,'i n,. e-,ea, -apital
imprro'.'en-ennt plan.


"A Florida A&M delega-
tion met with me for a tour
of the city back in January
to examine the possibilities
for bringing the school to
the city," Cadle said.
"They saw the future of
this city and north Okaloo-
sa County as an outstand-
ing location for the expan-
sion of their programs."

See a related story at nwf-
dailynews.com. Type "bud-
get turkey" into the search
window.


iGraduation behind bars

Seniors graduate at Okaloosa County Jail


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

It had all the trappings
of a memorable gradu-
ation: Proud, beaming
moms, dads and girl-
friends in the audience,
faculty and school board
members waiting to con-
fer diplomas, and cake
and drinks waiting for the
reception.
SAnd armed guards in
the back of the room.
Friday morning, four
young men walked con-
fidently down the aisle to


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the familiar strains of Sir
Edward Elgar's Pomp &
Circumstance March No. 1.
They, and three absent
fellow students, formed
the Okaloosa County Ad-
judicated Youth Facility
graduating class of 2008.
In many ways, the


students resemble high
school seniors throughout
the county.
They're young. They're
enthusiastic, They have
aspirations.
And yes, they, like other
young men and women,
are prone to the occasional
screw-up. For these guys
their screw-ups landed
them in the Okaloosa
County Jail.
Underneath their blue
caps and gowns, the legs
of orange jumpsuits could

See BARS A4


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Young graduates listen intently as Rodney Nobles speaks during graduation ceremonies
at the Okaloosa County Jail.


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


Take Stock program receives donation


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Special to the News BulltI.-n
The Take Stock In Chil-
dren program received a
major donation last week
from the Pearl Tyner
Scholarship Committee.
The donation of $41,600
from the Pearl Tyner
Scholarship Committee
will be used to fund eight
Take Stock in Children
scholarships.

About Take Stock
The Take Stock in
Children Program pro-
vides four year scholar-
ships to deserving, low-
income students through
the Okaloosa Public
Schools Foundation.
The non-profit program
identifies sixth-grade
students who have good
grades, good attendance
and good discipline re-
cords who are at risk of
not going on to college
because of their families'
income.
For additional infor-
mation, please contact


Kaye Nlckinki.-y, F \ciCu-
tive Director of the Oka-
loosa Public Schools
Foundation. She may
be reached by mail at
the Okaloosa School
District Administrative
Complex, 120 Lowery
Place, S.E., Fort Walton
Beach, FL 32548, by tele-
phone at 850-833-7614,
or by e-mail at McKin-
leyk@mail.okaloosa.k12.
fl.us.

About Pearl Tyner
Pearl Tyner was born
near Laurel Hill in 1908.
She descended from two
area pioneer families,
the Tyner and Campbell
clans.
She attended 'Laurel
Hill School and gradu-
ated in 1930 from the
Florida Women's Col-
lege (now Florida State
University) in Tallahas-
see.
Tyner was a strong
advocate for education
and donated generously
to numerous scholar-


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletm
Miriam Arnold, a member of the Pearl Tyner Scholarship
Committee and cousin of Tyner, presented a check in the
amount of $41,600 to Crestview High School Principal
Ed Coleman. The money will be used to fund eight Take
Stock in Children four-year college tuition scholarships.
One scholarship will be awarded to a ninth-grade
student each year for the next eight years. Representing
the Okaloosa County School District are Title 1
Coordinator Dr. Pam Meadows; board member Cathy
Thigpen; Take Stock in Children representative Cindy
Frazier; and assistant superintendent Rodney Nobles.
Also pictured is Crestview Mayor David Cadle.


ship funds in Okaloosa
County Schools during
her lifetime
She was also a strong
supporter of historic
preservation and fi-


nanced several histori-
cal restoration projects
in Okaloosa County and
south Alabama.
Tyner died in 2006 at
the age of 97 years old.


Wall of Honor

inductees
This year's Okaloosa County Women's *
Wall of Honor inductees are Crestview
resident Shirley Daniel, plus Myra
Arnold, Kathy Foster, Mitzi Prince
Henley, Dr. Diane Kelley, Marilue
Mitchell Maris, Levada Meredith, Anna
Peele, Doris E. Stone, Dee Taylor,
Phyllis Wade, Carol White and Pam
White.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


CRERS Fugitives wanted by Emerald Coast Crimestoppers
1-888-654,TIPS


William Charles McKnight, B/m Laquan Maurice Jones, B/m Brent Anthony States, W/m
DOB: 03-21-1972, 5'09" 225 DOB: 09-10-1985, 5'09" 200 DOB: 07-24-1972, 6'04" 195
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes. pounds. Fel: VOP-Battery. LKA: pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel:VOP-Grand Theft FWB Fel: Fraudulent Use of a Credit
Card & Grand Theft. LKA: FWB


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


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















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


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


Matin Duran Macias, H/m
05-16-1968, 5'02" 165 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
FTA-Meth Trafficking, Poss. of
Contr. Substance, & Poss. of
Narcotics Equipment. LKA: FWB


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


Christina Lynn Norman, W/f
11-07-1983, 5'04" 115 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel.
Poss. of a Controlled Substance
without a Prescription


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














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


Animal Cruelty Suspects Vehicle
appears to be a Suburban or Yukon


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


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


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


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


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


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


Ronald Justiniano Rivas, H/m
DOB: 09-04-1981, 6'02" 200
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Battery. LKA: Shalimar


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


Valerie Moreno, H/f DOB:
09-19-1986, 5'02" 135 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Prin-
ciple to Carjacking, Principle to
Battery on Elderly, Burglary &
Larceny


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


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


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


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72,
5'01" 100 pounds Blonde Hair
Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Controlled Substance & Poss.
of Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


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


Dominique Lawrence White,
W/m 02-27-73, 6'01" 174 pounds
Black Hair Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-
False Imprisonment. LKA: Destin


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















H/m 10-111974, 6'03" 200
pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


CREDIT CARD THIEF, B/m
:wanted for using stolen credit
.card in Mary Esther on July 27.


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


Emerald Coast Crimestoppers


1-888-654-TIPS


If you have information about these
individuals, please contact Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-TIPS (863-8477)
or toll-free at 1-888-654-TIPS. Callers remain
anonymous while still receiving cash rewards
up to $1,000 for information that solves crimes,
leads to the apprehension of wanted fugitives,


or results in the recovery of stolen property or
illegal narcotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
organization that relies on citizen donations.
No taxpayer dollars are used in the reward
fund. Donations may be mailed to Emerald
Coast Crime Stoppers, Inc. at P.O. Box 2335,
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549.


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Crestview Women's Club


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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Wom-
en's Club made a $500
donation to the Canine
Companions for Inde-
pendence Program. Club
member Linda Parker
coordinated donations
of $400 from citizens of
Crestview and added
a personnel donation
of $100 toward the pro-
gram.
The Woman's Club
has contributed a total
of $4,000 to sponsor six
dogs in the Canine Com-
panions Program, for
which Birdsell serves as
a dog trainer.
Canine Companions
for Independence is a
non-profit organization
that provides highly
trained assistance dogs


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Crestview Woman's Club President Jeanne Gutenmann
and club members Linda Parker and Marietta Birdsell are
pictured with a $500 donation for the Canine Companions
for Independence Program.


for people with dis-
abilities. The program
also provides ongoing
support to ensure qual-
ity partnerships between


the dogs and their com-
panions. For more infor-
mation about the orga-
nization, visit their Web
site at www.cci.org.


RAID continued from Al


know what the target was.
As dawn broke on
April 14, 1942, the Hornet
was spotted by Japanese
trawlers. Against all odds
Doolittle was forced into
action. He wanted to be
at least 200 miles closer
to the Japanese mainland,
but once they'd been spot-
ted, he had to act and act
quickly.
All 16 of the B-25s were
quickly uploaded with
bombs and given specific
targets on the. Japanese
mainland. The mission
would be the ultimate test
of man and machine.
The crews also knew
none of them would make
it back to the carrier. Sec-
ondary landing sites were
selected in China. All


knew the enormous risks
they were taking as well.
Many thought they would
never reach Japan.
Yet all 16 B-25s reached
their targets and success-
fully dropped their ord-
nance and then headed
south and west toward
China.
The bombing raid, the
first by the United States
on Japanese soil, did little
material damage, but the
psychological impact was
incalculable.
It also led to the first
victory by naval forces
when they soundly de-
feated the Imperial Japa-
nese Navy at Midway.
The pilots would be-
come known worldwide
as Doolittle's Raiders.


The recent homecom-
ing was only fitting.
"I never thought about
this day, but its nice to
be back here where it all
started," said Lt. Col Rich-
ard Cole.
Of the 16 aircraft that
participated in the raid,
none survive today. Of the
9,884 Mitchell B-25s built
during the war years and
shortly after, only a hand-
ful survive. Most belong
to private air museums.
Of the 130 men who
participated, only 17 re-
main. Yet as Horton said,
"I am glad to be here to-
day."

Did you attend the re-
union? Post your thoughts
at crestviezbulletin.com


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be seen.
Their classroom has no
windows, but its cinder-
block walls are covered in
maps, educational posters
and other learning materi-
als.
The curriculum is no
different from that studied
by students at area high
schools.
Their teacher, Roland
Simmons, is a high school
instructor with the Oka-
loosa School District. He's
.especially proud of this
class.
"I have standards.
When they sign up for ed-
ucation, I expect them to
be here," Simmons said.
The graduates passed
the FCAT in math and
reading, as well as the
GED exam. The students
passed the latter in the up-
per 90s percentile.
"These guys came
down, they worked hard,
they did a lot of things on
their own, and we did a lot
of things together. We had
some fun, they learned,
and they got a great edu-
cation here," Simmons
said.
"We work with the
school board to provide
educational opportunities


The curriculum is no differentfrom that

studied by students at area high schools.


for youthful offenders,"
explained Larry Caskey,
director of the jail. "Sonme
of them you can turn
around, and some you
can't."
Young inmates who
sign up for the high school
are expected to live up to
their commitment, attend-
ing classes, doing home-
work and passing tests.
"You've shown a great
deal of patience and per-
severance to get where
you are," said Assistant
Superintendent of Schools
Rodney Nobles during his
commencement address.
"Don't stop at this stage
of your life," he implored
the graduates.
Caskey acknowledged
that not all students who
begin the high school pro-
gram finish it.
But for many, "if you
can change their lives right
now, you have a chance to
make a difference," Cas-
key said.
Graduate Nicholas
Smith, jailed on narcotics
charges, realizes he's been


given a rare opportunity
to turn his life around.
"I dropped out of
school when I was 17 and
I realized I should have
stayed in school," Smith
said. "I'm glad I had this
opportunity."
Smith hopes for a sus-
pended sentence follow-
ing a court appearance
tomorrow. He aspires to
seek a career in the mili-
tary and looks forward to
the opportunity to attend
college.
In addition to academic
achievement, graduates
of the program also have
to complete their jail sen-
tences. High school grad-
uation is a first step before
they return to society and
put their new diplomas to
good use.,
For several, however,
there are several more
months behind bars be-
fore they truly graduate to
a new life.

See video of the jail com-
mencement ceremony at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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4/24: FONDA NICOLE JON ES,
27, of 296 W. Oakdale Ave., El,
Crestview, was charged with driv-
ing while license suspended, first
offense. JERRY LANE FON-
TENOT, 42, of 1310 E. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, was charged
with grand theft auto. STEPHEN
R, HOPKINS, 23, of 140 Banner
Court, Crestview, was charged
with disorderly conduct and re-
sisting an officer without violence.
* ASHLIE M. HOPKINS, 21, of
140 Banner Court, Crestview, was
charged with battery on a law en-
forcement officer, resisting an of-
ficer with violence and disorderly
intoxication. PENNY K. SHOFF-
NER, 20, of 4291 U.S. Highway 90
East, Crestview, was charged with
disorderly intoxication and resist-
ing an officer without violence.
4/25: STEPHEN JON HAR-
RELL, 28, of 135 Nicole Lane,
Crestview, was charged with retail
theft of more than $300, first of-
fense.
4/26: DAVID CRUIKSHANK,
51, OF 7075 Spring Creek Drive,
Laurel Hill, was charged with
refusal to submit to a breath test,
second offense. ANDREW
SMEDLEY, 44, of 2990 Ferris
Drive, Navarre, was charged with
refusal to submit to a breath test
and operating a vehicle against li-
cense restrictions. JOSE HERM-
SON VASQUEZ, 24, of 148 Bark
Drive, Fort Walton Beach, was
charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license. *
DANIAL RICHARD CLESTER,
30, of 345 East North Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with domestic
violence/battery. DOUGLAS
A. CLARK, 18, of 354 Hound
Run Place, Casselberry, Fla., was


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charged with disorderly intoxica-
tion. MARTIN M. VAUGHN,
39, of 1213 Pinewood Lane, Crest-
view, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid
license.
4/27: STEFAN LARS CURLIN,
19, of 2839 Geronimo Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with driving
under the influence of alcohol or
drugs.
4/28: CHARLES DAVID MC-
CULLOUGH, 52, of 162 South
Booker St., Crestview, was
charged with .driving while li-
cense suspended, second offense.
* MICHAEL JEROME DAWSEY,
19, of 908 Georgia St., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to distribute
and possession of marijuana.
4/29: DAVID JEREMY SET-
TLES, 32, of 404 Jillian Dr., Crest-
view, was issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of having no
motorcycle/bus endorsement on
driver's license. "
4/30: JULIAN MORENO HER-
NANDEZ, 25, of 125 W. First Ave.,
Apt. 4, Crestview, was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license.
5/2: NAKIA LATEASE BRAD-
SHAW, 18, of 578 Martin Luther
King Jr. Ave., Crestview, was
charged with possession of co-
caine with intent to distribute
within 1,000 feet of a place of
worship, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. *
DIERDRE RENEE HORTON, 28,
of 204 Lakeview Drive, Crestview,
was charged with keeping or
maintaining a structure for using,
keeping or selling drugs. TER-
RANCE TERRELLJOHNSON, 29,
of 204 Lakeview.Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to distrib-
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a public housing facility and tam-
pering with physical evidence. *
KEA SONTRICE BESS, 29, of 578
Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to dis-
tribute within 1,000 feet of a place
of worship, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. *
WILLIE BOB DANIELS, 24, of
5436 Walton Lake Road, Mem-
phis, Tenn., was charged with pos-
session of marijuana with intent
to distribute within 1,000 feet of
a public housing facility. VAL-
ERIE ANN BARGOUTHY, 57, of
3153 E. Chestnut Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, first
offense. JOAN MARIE WIL-
LIAMS, 42, of 103 Laurel Oak Ter-
race, Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery person uses a
deadly weapon. LEVON TRA-
WICK, 49, of 103 Laurel Oak Ter-
race, Crestview, was charged with
battery causing bodily harm.
5/3: DAVID JOSEPH CREECH,
27, of 165 McArthur Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with traffick-
ing in Hydrocodone. MARY JO
CREECH, 32, of 165 McArthur
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
trafficking in Hydrocodone. *
MELVIN JEROME JACKSON, 28,
of 485 Jillian Dr., Crestview, was
charged with battery/domestic
violence and false imprisonment-
adult (domestic violence. GER-
ALD EUGENE SAUER, 65, of
1303 Jeffrine Drive, Crestview,
was charged with driving under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
5/4: MICHAEL RAY MAR-
SHALL, of 2225 Lafitte, New
Orleans, La., was charged with
driving a motor vehicle without
a valid license and motor vehicle
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1- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Baker School junior heads off to basic training


a different kind of sum-
mer job
Today he departs for
basic training with the U.S.
Army National Guard.
Hilton, the son of Mel-


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high school student to en-
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After basic training,
Hilton will train one
weekend a month during
his senior year.
Hilton, a member of
Baker's JROTC program
since he was a freshman,
received the Superior
Cadet award during this
year's ROTC awards cer-
emony.
"We only give that to
one cadet in each grade


level," explained Chief
Warrant Officer Carl Dean,
one of the Baker JROTC
instructors. "We only
give it out once a year. It's
awarded for what they
put into the program. It
doesn't go by what posi-
tion they have. It goes by
what they put into it."
Dean praised Hilton's
motivation and support
for the Baker ROTC pro-
gram.
"It's a leadership, citi-
zenship program, and
Kevin's excelling in it,"
Dean said. "We have a
very active program. He's
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rifle team. He also finds
time to be on the Baker
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Joel and Janet Carden
of Baker announce the en-
gagement of their daugh-
ter, Tara Ann Carden, to
Andrew Garrett Burgess,
son of Kurt and Frankie
Burgess of Crestview.
Tara is a graduate of
Baker High School and a
teacher at Kid's Discovery.
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High School and is en-
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West Florida. He works for
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Special to the News Bulletin
Kevin Hilton receives his
Superior Cadet award from
1st Sgt. Eddie Dennis during
the awards ceremony.
perience, Hilton brought
home something else: A
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166-year-old military ju-
nior college.
Hilton plans to enter
the school's early com-
mission program. After
two years he would be
commissioned a second
lieutenant.
"That definitely pre-
pares them into moving
on to a leadership posi-
tion," Dean said. "It's a
very vigorous program.
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Melody Hilton. "He's ba-
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Opinion & Editorial


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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4. 2008







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

Topic: Crestview High School gradu-
ate Blake Dean named NMVP as LSU wins
Southeastern Conference tournament.
If \ oUn kow Blake. then oun know i hat a
nice guy he ts Blake desei ves ever\ accolade I
can t wait to see where he plays i the majors.

Topic: Baker man charged with attempted
murder after allegedly shooting at neighbor
Tlus story is one sided and doe-s not reflect
the truth at all

Topic: News Bulletin writer Brian Hughes
reviews the Crestiew High School Chorus'
year-end concert
If \oLI think the chorus is good now \ou
should have heard it back in the 80s and 90sl
What happened to the BroadwaY sho\ Li the-
music department put on'

Topic: Brian Muhlbach named Creshiew
Police Department Officer of the Quarter
I used to work with Officer luhlbach and
I m glad to see hle was awarded with this
He's a good guy and an excellent officer.

Topic: CPD officer promoted
Started as a dispatcher and went to patrol
in lMa 2007. promoted to sergeant in Nlay
2008? Either this guy is one super cop, or the
CPD is getting desperate for supervisors'

Topic: K-9 assists in capture of suspect
near Addison Place
Great job guys Thanks for taking another
one off the streets. Give PeeWee another bone
from us citizen's

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright
says the Democratic National Conunittee
should not seat Florida's delegates at the
party's national convention.
You are exactly right. Flondians do not
deserve any special accommodations tor
the prnmarv delegate debacle. Neither party
had to vote on January 20. \Ve could have
held an election on a different date and been
within the rules of both parties. Instead, the
parties' leadership chose to vote on lanuar,
29 because they all thought they knew who
.-ould be the nonmnees! The Florida Demo-
cratic Party leadership failed to do the nght
thing from the begirming and made it worse
by actually encouraging the legislatnie switch
to lanuair 29 because of the paper trial leg-
islation rTapped up in the same bill. That is
w~h- the DNC took 100 percent of the Florida
delegates. The Democratic Party could hav e
simply gone along with the bill and then stuck
to the rules and picked another date i-stead.
they nuzzled in xwth the Flonda Republican
majonty. and then whined about the cost of
a mailout or caucus vote on a date after Feb.
5. The party flat out chose to violate the rules.
We do not need leaders who tail to follow the
rules and then look around to find someone
else to blame. The whole Democratic Par-t.
state Democratic delegation and most of our
national Democrahc delegation flat out lack
political courage

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Profundity
Brian Hughes

"No matter what fiappe'ns.
soicbodi/ will find a wa1/i to take
it too seriouslyy"

DAVE BARRY (1947 -)
PuliL'er prize-winning American writer and numornst


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PASSING Remembering Carrie Fowler

SHOTS
Kyle Wright


One of my favorite fami-
lies in north Okaloosa Coun-
ty had a prayer answered
last week, but in the words
of the Emmanuel Baptist
Church Web site, it was a
prayer answered "definitely
not in the manner that we
had expected."
Carrie Fowler, 40, passed
away on May 27.
I knew Carrie from my
time covering the Crestview
High School wrestling team,
coached by Carrie's hus-
band Jeff.
I knew her as the friendly
person who greeted me at
the admission desk at the
start of the day and helped
me double-check the results
at the end, all the while
keeping tabs on her three
children, Nate, Xander arid
Maggie
Our conversations usu-
ally didn't go much beyond,
"Where do you need me to
sign in?" and "What was
the time of that pin in the
152-pound match?" but one
needed only a few words
with Carrie to know she was
a very kind, very talented
individual.
It turns out "team mom"
represented just one of the
many things Carrie did.
It turns out Carrie also
was gifted in the fine arts.
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle remembers Carrie
Johnson, Class of 1985, as
one of his favorite students
during his time as the Crest-


,,


Carrie Fowler


view High School band
director.
Carrie was captain of
the dance line on the Big
Red Machine. She also was
in a top group in the CHS
Chorus, directed by Cadle's
wife. She played the lead in
some of the school's musical
productions.
"One of the most talented
and caring students I had
the pleasure of teaching,"
Cadle said. "Her light shone
brightly in all of the lives she
touched."
It turns out Carrie also
was gifted in the sciences.
She held a degree in me-
chanical engineering from
the University of Maryland
and worked in Department
of Defense science labo-
ratories, according to her
biography on the Emmanuel
Baptist Church Web site.
It turns out Carrie also


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possessed remarkably
strong faith.
SShe served as the team
leader for worship minis-
tries at Emmanuel Baptist
Church. Pastor Mark Seagle
said she was the driv-
ing force that inspired the
church to reach out and to
those in need, not just in the
community, but around the
world.
"She spent her life pos-
turing people around her to
see a better picture of God,"
Seagle said.
Seagle said many mar-
veled at Carrie's unwaver-
ing faith as she fought the
cancer that would subdue
her.
"The biggest thing is,
Carrie taught people not
only how to live, but how
to walk through an incred-
ible intense journey with
deep joy," Seagle said. "She
taught many of us how to
seize life, and through her
illness, so many people
have learned about faith
and faithfulness and how to
walk through a very chal-
lenging situation."
When I covered sports for
the News Bulletin and other
papers, I found the effective-


ness of coaches often could
be measured by observing
the people around them.
They're the ones who had
no choice but to follow a
coach's lead.
The successful coaches
often had sons or daughters
who did things well and ...
did them the right way. The'
successful coaches often had
assistant coaches who were
positive role models during,
the action and away from
the action.
It was a variation of the, i
cliche, "you can measure a,,
person by the company they
keep."
Did I know Carrie Fowler
well? No.
Yet by the company shell.
kept a family that does
things well and does things
the right way, and admirers
like the mayor of her city
and the pastor of her church
- I can tell you none mea-
sure higher.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin editor. He can be
reached at 682-6524 or by
e-mail at kylezu@crestviewbul-
letin.com. Visit the "Passing
Shots" blog at crestviewbul-
letin.com


Bonus Hubbub: The Walker bus accident


These reactions were posted
on the crestviewobulletin.com
Web site in the aftermath of the
May 28 accident involving a
Walker Elementary school bus
carrying students to afield trip.
My daughter and my
mother-in-law were both
on the bus. I am so thankful
that they were wearing seat-
belts. Mrs. (Lynda) Woods is
definitely to be commended,
and I can't thank her enough
for making sure that every
single child was wearing
a seat belt: My daughter
and my mother-in-law both
said that Mrs. Woods went
up and down the aisle and
checked every child's seat
belt and repeatedly said
"seatbelts save lives". Every-
one involved was amazing


- from the EMS personnel,
the staff at the hospital, the
school district, witnesses
that helped get the kids off
the bus that stayed with
the kids, loved on them,
hugged them and comforted
them. I can't thank them
all enough. This is a prime
example of why all school
buses should have seat belts
and the drivers and teach-
ers should make sure that
all the children are buckled
up. Had Mrs. Woods not
insisted that they all wear
their seatbelts, the outcome
would surely have been
different. Thank you Mrs.
Woods for taking care of our
children.
I agree that Lynda Woods
I agree that Lynda Woods


is to be commended for her
actions. Indeed, "seatbelts
do save lives" and these
students are living proof,
thanks to her. My daughter
was a student in Wood's
class last year, and in addi-
tion to being a great teacher,
she is a caring individual
who goes the extra mile. The
Walker School family has
pulled together through this
accident. Thank God for ev-
eryone who helped.

What an unfortunate ac-
cident. Perhaps there needs
to be better driver education
as I have seen a number of
things that have me won-
dering if some of these driv-
ers are taken off the streets
and put behind the wheel of


these school buses. I viewed
a dangerous move by two
buses at State Road 285
and College Boulevard one;
morning. I speak from ex-
perience. I drove a bus this
size for a senior retirement
home for six years without
one single incident because
I tuned out the noise in the
bus and constantly watched
all mirrors and traffic both
in front and behind this
on five-lane freeways at
times. Again, better train-
ing for drivers, and perhaps,
they need to be followed
now and then to see how
they perform.

Read about the accident and
school officials'reactions at;
crestviewbulletin.com


Letter to the Editor: Harvest Vineyard seeks help:


Harvest Vineyard Mis-
sion, Inc. is a faith-based,
non-profit, community sup-
ported organization. Our
mission is helping people
overcome life's controlling
issues through the power
of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Through a 12-month (re-
quired) commitment, we
offer hope to people who
otherwise could not have es-
caped the controlling cycles
to which they had become


accustomed.
We currently house 35
men and 17 women and
are looking for ways to ac-
commodate more as we
expand.
In addition to our regu-
lar needs, we are currently
facing difficulty as one on
our buildings used for stor-
age was damaged signifi-
cantly following a serious
fire. For this reason the city
of Crestview has required


that the remains of the
structure be demolished as
soon as possible. We have
the manpower to take care
of the job, but not the fund-
ing to cover the expense.
We are appealing therefore
to the community to help
us in our time of need as
we struggle to overcome this
destructive event.
We want to thank you in
advance for anything you
can do, along with your


prayers that God will bring'
real and lasting change to the
lives of the individuals we -
minister to on a daily basis
If you are interested
in helping us, please call
Residential Director Mike
Thompson at 682-6447 or *
(850) 758-1290; or me at 682-
4269 or (850) 803-3496.

Kermit George,
Board PresidEnt
Harvest Vineyard Misslon


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I- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


You're eligible for a tax refund!

And the scammer is eligible for your bank account contents


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Scanmmers are a sly
bunch.
Lately they're trying to
capitalize on the promise
of tax refunds and our
government-issued "incen-
tive" checks.
You might receive mes-
sages supposedly from the
IRS similar to the e-
mails claiming you've won
the lotteries of countries
including Britain, Nigeria,
Malaysia and Canada -
claiming you're eligible for
a tax refund.
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office warns,
"The IRS never offers
refunds through e-mail
or sends out unsolicited
e-mails."
Any e-mail claiming
the IRS has found you are
due money is false, OCSO
warns. Falling for it can
cost you and damage your
credit rating.
"The link that is on the


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e-mail asking for your
personal information and
credit card number is an
imposter site," OCSO said
in a recent release.
The sheriff's office rec-
ommends that you do not
open an e-mail purporting
to be from the IRS, but in-
stead report it to the IRS.
"The good news is that
you can help shut down
these schemes and prevent
others from being victim-
ized," the IRS Web site
says. "If you receive a sus-
picious e-mail that claims
to come from the IRS, you
can relay that e-mail to a
new IRS mailbox, phish-
ing@irs.gov."
The IRS asks that you
forward the e-mail in its
entirety so that the agency
can use imbedded infor-
mation to track the server


computer and shut down
the site.
The IRS also warns of a
similar scheme:
"An e-mail claiming to
come from the IRS about
the '2008 Economic Stimu-
lus Refund' tells recipients
to click on a link to fill out'
a form, apparently for di-
rect deposit of the payment
into their bank account.
"This appears to be an
identity theft scheme to
obtain recipients' personal
and financial information
so the scammers can clean
out their victims' financial
accounts.
"In reality, taxpayers do
not have to fill out a sepa-
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payment or have it directly
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Scouts offer summer events


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When it comes to tra-
ditional summer camp,
scouts are the experts.
Join a local troop or pack
and enjoy year-round
civic, leadership and out-
door experiences.

Boy Scout Camps
"Where the Wild
Things Are," District
Cub Scouts Summer Day
Camp, Holt, June 23-27.
Hiking, wildlife study, ar-
chery, crafts, scout skills,
and daily water activity.
Packs are in Crestview,
Holt and Laurel Hill. (In-
dividual packs will also
offer their own camping
activities this summer.)
Boy Scouts summer
camp at Spanish Trail
Scout Reservation near
Mossy Head. Activities
include swimming, ca-
noeing, camping, sail
boating, shooting sports
(rifle, shotgun and ar-
chery), and cooking
skills. Troops are located
in Crestview and Holt.
For information about


joining a local troop or
pack, call District Execu-
tive Bryant Perkins at
(850) 683-0330, or the re-
gional Gulf Coast Coun-
cil Office, (850) 476-6336.

Girl Scout Camps
The boys aren't the
only ones having fun in
the great outdoors. Area
Girl Scout and Brownie
troops take advantage of
nearby 1,650-acre Camp
Kolomoki near DeFuniak
Springs, which will hold
four-week camps from
June 15 thru July 11.
Activitiesincludehorse-
back riding, swimming,
boating and outdoors
skills. Facilities include an
infirmary. Troops are lo-
cated in two "clusters" in
the Crestview area.
For information about
finding and joining a local
troop, call the Girl Scouts
of Northwest Florida,
(800) 624-3951.
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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


CHEC


it OUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

PROGRAMS
Summer program-
ming for children and
teens begins next week.
See our Web site's Calen-
dar of Events and Youth
Services page for details.
It is always so much fun
watching the children
spend their hard-earned
(or maybe hard-READ!)
"funny money" after the
Summer Finale.
Don't miss vocal sound
impressionist and kids' co-
median The Noise Guy on
June 13 at 7 p.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Park pavil-
ion. I promise adults also
will find him hilarious!
University of West
Florida professor Dr. Brian
Rucker will present our
July 1 First Tuesday Lec-
ture "Arcadia & Floridale:
Lost Communities of West
Florida," exploring two
very different lost sites in
the Florida panhandle.
Arcadia was antebellum
Florida's largest and most
successful industrial com-
plex, incorporating a saw-
mill, rock quarry, railroad,
shingle mill,bucket factory,
silk cocoonery, planning
mill and textile mill. It was
located on Pond Creek and
operated from 1817-1855.
The other, Floridale, lo-
cated on the Okaloosa-San-
ta Rosa county border, was
the largest Flonda Boom
project in the panhandle in
the mid-1920s. It boasted
one of the most extrava-
gant hotels in the region
and included a huge Span-
ish-style water tower. The
rise and fall of these sites
will be explained. As al-
ways, the lectures begin at
10:30 a.m. with coffee and
cookies served at 10 a.m.


Arcadia
Looking ahead to the
August 5 program. mark
your calendars now for
"Everything You've Al-
ways Wanted to Know
About Elect ions -.But
Were Afraid to Ask"
when the guest speaker


Floridale


will
be
Oka-
loosa
Coun-
ty Su-
pervi-
sor of
Elec-
tions


Pat Hollarn. The library
will be an early voting
site for the August 26
Primary, with early vot-
ing hours from 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday be-
tween August 11-23, as
well as for the General
Election on November
4. with the same early
voting hours October 20
through November 1.


STAFF PICK
"A
Voter's
,Guide:
Election
2008" by
F rank-
lin Foer
and the
Editors
of "The
New Republic"
(324.9730931:).
Marked throughout by
the irreverent wit, style and
intelligence.of "The New


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Republic," these profiles of
the 200S presidential can-
didate hopefuls provide an
interesting background to
the primary season about
to draw to a close.

THIS DAY
IN HISTORY
On June 4, 1919, Con-
gress, by joint resolution,
approved the woman's
suffrage amendment and
sent it to the states for
ratification. The House of
Representatives voted 304-
89 and the Senate 56-25 in
favor of the amendment.
Disagreementonwheth-
er the best strategy was to
pursue enfranchisement
through a federal amend-
ment or by individual state
campaigns had divided
the women's suffrage
movement in 1869. Eliza-
beth Cady Stanton and
Susan B. Anthony worked
for a federal amendment
under the banner of the
National Woman Suffrage
Association. Lucy Stone
led the American Woman
Suffrage Association's
state-by-state ba title for the
vote.
In 1890, the two groups
united to form the Na-
tional American Woman
Suffrage Association
(NAWSA). NAWSA com-
bined both techniques to
secure voting rights for all


Amelican women A series
of well-orchestiated state
campaigns took place un-
Sder the dynamic direction
of Carrie Chapman Catt.
The new National Wom-
an's Party, led by Alice
Paul, used more militant
tactics to obtain a federal
amendment.
Women's active par-
ticipation in the war ef-
fort during World War I
and their broadening role
in society highlighted the
injustice of their political
powerlessne.ss On August
18, 1920, the Nineteenth
Amendment was ratified.
(Library of Congress Mem-
ory Project)

CONTACT INFO
Staff: Jean, Sandra,
Lise, Anna, Heather N.,
Marie, Sengdara. Tracey,
Janice, Heather W. and
Audrey
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phone: 850.682.4432
Web site: www.cit-
yofcrestview.org/library.
htm

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Sink or swim, live or
die, survive or perish, I
give my hand and heart
to this vote." Daniel
Webster, American states-
man, 1782-1852.


From staff reports

TODAY
VETERANS EXPO:
Tune -4 10 am nit 3 p.m at
the Crestview Coinuniniht
Center, located at 1446
Commerce Drive in
Crest-iew. Incldids a job,
Iair, benefit uLformatinri.
seminars or01 appCF l ingy for
C1i i Serv :ie emplo\ metnt
reS ulIm \. citing and
budceng t1toulgl I manlCial
times Details. kSi'-7'83 ir
833-7587.

CRESTVIEW
GARRETT-B USH
REUNION: Thlt O1t anrtnual
C.G rett-BuIhl retumon \\ill
be held Stuimd,, lime S at
the First Baphst C hurch
of Millig.m It begin with
Sunday School at 9 4'5 a m
and a worship service at 11,
a.m. A covered dish lunch
will be served immediately
afterward. Everyone is
invited to attend.
CLASS OF '88
REUNION: is being


planned for Crestview High
alinini in Tune. Details:
chsalumnil988@yahoo.com
or 689-1282.
FREE PRE-K THIS
SLIMMER: Valker
Ekin entarl School i-
hol nng \olullteer Pre-K
tron- line l11 Aug t6
fron," 730 a m. to 3:4' p.m.
h'.r tive year olds who
are not in the volunteer
pre-lindtrga.r ten system
alread- This ir a free
progriami tluough the State
,of Florida.
LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: meets every 2nd
and 4th Saturday at 1 p.m.
at lihe Ciret. ie, library on
Commerce Drive. Details:
Libi an Direc to Teari Lewis,
o.'2-44- 32 or Helen Bosch,
53 --8,$4
CLEAN OUT NOUR
CLOSETS: The American
Red Cross of NW Florida
needs volunteers to accept
donations for and assist
in its Clean Your Closets
event this summer. Details:
(850) 791-2473 or email at
browno@usa.redcross.org.


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B team shines Caring donations completes basic JUNE4, 2008


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
1,8. 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.
S-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.

CAYA football
and cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration
begins Saturday 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

Soccer camp
^ Crestview High School
girls soccer coach Carlos
Benilla has announced plans
for a summer soccer camp.
The camp dates are
between June 16 and July
25.
Sessions for ages 6-12
will be held from 9-11 a.m.
on camp dates. Sessions for
ages 13 and up will be held
from 5-6:30 p.m. Registration
is-Saturday at the Davidson
Middle School field near
Crestview High School.
, For details, contact
Bonilla at 902-3249 or visit
hubcityhurricanesoccer.com

Baseball camp
-The Crestview High
School baseball team will
hold a camp at the school
June 9-11
-' The camp is for kids ages
5-13 and will go from 9 a.m.
tfonoon each day.
Registration will be from 8
a.m. to 9 a.m. on June 9.
SCost is $75 and
includes a T-shirt, pizza
on Wednesday and free
admission to the Justin
Richards Scholarship
Tournament that will be held
June 12-14.
SFor more information call
Tim Gillis at 689-7417.

Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Youth
Association golf tournament
is.set for June 20 with a
s8htgun start at 12:45 p.m.
Format is four-person Florida
scramble.
-;: Check-in/registration is
frnm 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
gdara Golf Club, 1111 Shoal
Fver Drive.
BBQ lunch will be pro-
vided during registration
-Advance registration is
$.4p 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
arnd 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


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Crestview quarterback Jason Parker runs from a tackle by Niceville's Shawn McDorman (right) this past Friday during
a spring scrimmage in Niceville.





Positive omen?


Bulldogs see good signs in spring loss


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

NICEVILLE If spring games are omens
for things to come, things might be looking
up for the Crestview football team.
Last spring the Bulldogs beat Niceville in
the spring game, only to go 3-6 during the
regular season.
Friday night the Eagles returned the favor,
dumping the Dawgs 14-0 in two quarters of
varsity action.
It remains to be seen what effect, if any, the
spring game will have on the 2008 campaign.
On this night, Class 4A Crestview more
than held its own with 5A Niceville.
The Bulldogs had the ball inside the
Niceville 20 twice, including once inside
the Eagle 5. Another Crestview possession
reached the Niceville 23.
Each time the Eagles came up with a big
play to stop the Bulldogs.
Niceville's offense didn't take a snap in
Crestview territory. Both Eagle scores came
on big plays of more than 50 yards.
Crestview coach Matt Brunson wasn't up-
set with the final score. Instead, he focused on
the spring as a whole.
"We had a good effort," he said. "We defi-
nitely have to tackle better. They have a cou-
ple of guys you have to hem up, and they got
loose and scored a couple of times.
"The only thing you can judge now is ef-
fort, blocking, and we definitely have to tack-
le better. It was a good performance to show
some weaknesses and some good things, and
we will have to go from here."
Quarterback Jason Parker was disap-
pointed with the loss, but tried to look on the
bright side.
See OMEN B3


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Crestview's Chris Pickett (right) is tackled by Niceville's Greg
Norrell this past Friday during a spring scrimmage in Niceville.


A very fond farewell to the Class of 2008


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Graduation has finally
arrived for the Class of
2008.
I have watched the
athletes in this class since
they arrived in high
school in the fall of 2004.
It is impossible for me
to name all of the athletes
and their many accom-
plishments. Yet it seems
fitting to mention a few
while offering my best
wishes and an unsolicited
piece of advice.
I have watched Baker's
Chelsea Combest since
she was in the seventh or
eighth grade. It seems she
has been on the varsity


basketball team since I
arrived at the Daily News
in late 2000, though that
might be a bit of a stretch.
Combest is one of the
best all-around athletes
I've seen. It's almost re-
quired when her mom
is the school's volleyball
and basketball coach, and
her dad also has been
a longtime coach at the
school.
Combest will spend
the next two years con-
tinuing to develop her
basketball skills at Gulf
Coast Community Col-
lege. After that, who
knows? Maybe the big
time will await.
Crestview's Matt
Sanders is already


headed for the big time.
In a few weeks the big
offensive lineman will
pack his truck and head
to Clemson University for
the next stop in an athletic
career that could end in
the NFL.
If things don't pan out
on the football field, Sand-
ers still will do OK. He
excels in the classroom as
well as the football field.
Laurel Hill basketball
player Jeffery Reese will
join Combest at Gulf
Coast. He'll also be reunit-
ed with his older brother,
Brad, who will be a red-
shirt sophomore for the
Commodores this year.
Jeffery has been a fix-
ture in the Hobo lineup


since his freshman year.
He has all the tools to play
at the NCAA Division I
level. If all goes well, in
two years we might just
see Jeffery playing on TV.
In each graduate's own
way he or she will take
a road less traveled. The
truth is no two people
travel the exact same road
in life. At some point the
path splits, and even the
closest of siblings or best
of friends must take their
own individual journey.
The cumulative jour-
ney of a class becomes
multiple journeys of class
members with each grad-
uation day.

See CLASS B3


GOLF TIPS

From the pro

EDITOR'S NOTE: To-
day we start a new-feature
for golfers we call "Golf
tips from the pro."


Each
Wednesday,
Jeff Marks,
the PGA


teaching pro
at Heritage
Plantation,
will offer
some in- J- ef
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prove your
game.
SWe hope to offer some-
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golfer, no matter the ex-
perience or ability level.
Marks will offer tips you
can use on the course and
also when you are choos-
ing a set of clubs or maybe
looking to purchase the
latest golf gadget you saw
on the Golf Channel or
Shop at Home Network.
Video versions of the
golf tips also will appear
at crestviewbulletin.com.
We hope you will enjoy
this feature, and we will
see you on the links!


Posture,


grip and


alignment

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
Posture, Grip and
Alignment.
For a PGA teaching pro-
fessional those are words to
live by. Those are things I've
[aught since I started my
career as a golf professional
back in 1991.

Posture
There are so many ad-
ages in golf that people have
lived by for generations.
One thing you've heard is
sit back on a bar stool when
,ou set up to hit a shot. Could
,ou sit back on a bar stool
.vhen you shoot a basketball
:r throw a touchdown pass
or throw a baseball, or even
oowl for that matter? I don't
think so.
Good posture to me is
trying to get into a position
where your knees are bent
toward your toes slightly. Your
pelvis is behind your body to
counterbalance your weight,
and your shoulders are right
over your toes.
If you are in a perfect
posture you will find that your
hand will hang naturally about
four inches, or a fist, away
from your body. That's a good
posture to do anything athleti-
cally. It allows you to turn your
body in your backswing and
turn your shoulders. It allows
you to shift your weight well
on the downswing and clear
out your left hip (right hip for
left handers).
Posture cannot be over-
looked. It's one of the biggest
fundamentals in golf.

Grips
I teach several grips for
several different reasons.
For most people with stan-
dard size hands men and
women alike I teach an
overlapping grip, which was
popularized way, way back
in the 1920s when Harry
Vardon played.
The interlocking grip is
for people that have smaller
fingers. It has worked well
for Jack Nicklaus. Tiger
(Woods) copied Jack even
though his fingers aren't the
size as Jack's.
See GOLF B3


We are always looking for sports information and news fl "' '1
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Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sp rorts ditor
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com J, :,-'.. pr.: .i- -i T. i E

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Richbourg girls tennis team is county runner-up


Special to the News Bulletin
The Richbourg Middle
School girls tennis team
had a lot to cheer about
this year.
The Lady Roadrunners
began the season with five
straight victories, beating
traditional tennis power-
houses Destin and Liza
Jackson along the way.
The girls bounced back
from a tough 6-1 loss at
Ruckel to win their last
three matches, including
an impressive 6-1 season-
ending victory at David-
son. The Roadrunners fin-
ished the season 8-1 and
were Okaloosa County's
regular season runner-up.


"Our girls were solid
competitors from the top of
our ladder to the bottom,"
coach Bill Moore said.
"They had an outstand-
ing work ethic at practice,
and it paid off during their
matches."
The top seeds were No.
1 Jackie Hanners (4-4), No.
2 Sydney Pinkert (6-3), No.
3 Cassie Acosta (8-1), No. 4
Blanca Moore (5-3) and No.
5 Kyrie Raymond (7-2).
The Richbourg boys, de-
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had a solid season.
Led by No. 1 seed Kelby
Webb (6-3), the Roadrun-
ners completed the season
with a 4-3 victory over
Davidson and finished the


year with a 4-5 record.
Webb was the only
eighth-grade boy to start.
No. 2 seed William Moore
and No. 4 seed Turner
Wheat were sixth-graders.
No. 3 seed Andrew Piaget
and No. 5 seed Daniel
Nickels were seventh-
graders.
"I was proud of the boys
team," Moore said. "They
played with tremendous
intensity and determina-
tion to have had four un-
derclassmen in the top five
seeds."
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SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Hammonds misses eliminations at Topeka GOLF continued from B1


Special to the News
Bulletin

Crestview Native Tom
,Hammonds missed qual-
ifying for eliminations at
.the O'Reilly NHRA Sum-
aner Nationals in Topeka,
.Kan., by one spot.
. Hammonds finished
.17th in qualifying. The
top 16 places qualified


for eliminations.
Hammonds's fastest
qualifying run was 202.91
mph.
Hammonds sat in 15th
place after two qualify-
ing rounds.
He said if he had not
changed the setups of the
Chevy Cobalt the team
might have fared better.
"We made some chang-


es to our Chevy Cobalt
before the very first qual-
ifying run," explained
Hammonds, "and I think
the changes were not the
best. We need to go back
to our original plan be-
fore we drove into Tope-
ka. Our original set-ups
were similar to those we
had in Bristol (Tenn.)."
The track temperature


reached 125 degrees in
90-degree weather.
"We had no mechani-
cal problems, and every-
thing turned out pretty
well. It was definitely
the hottest conditions we
have seen all year, which
we did not expect," Ham-
monds said. "I guess this
was one time the weath-
erman was right."


-OMEN continued from B1


"Things just didn't go
'our way tonight," he said.
"We had some missed
tackles, and they busted
_two long runs. We were
.,"in the red zone (inside the
.'Niceville 20) three times
and couldn't (score).
"Our defense did a good
job, and we moved the ball,
but we just didn't finish."
Running back D.D.
Johnson led the Dawg at-


tack with 76 yards rushing
on 12 carries. He agreed
with his quarterback's as-
sessment.
"We were in the red
zone three times, but we
just couldn't get it in,"
Johnson said. "We worked
really hard this spring, but
tonight we didn't execute.
"We have a lot of work
to do this summer."
Brunson was pleased


with the way the team pro-
gressed during the extend-
ed spring practice.
"What we did was in-
stead of two or three things
- was a bunch of things,
and we aren't good at any
of them yet," he said. "We
are going to drop back to
see what we need to do to
refine things.
"But overall, we had a
good spring. We definitely


need to get a little bigger
and stronger, but we have
until the first of September
to get there."
Crestview'sBabyDawgs
fared better in the first half
Friday, downing the Baby
Birds 20-14.

Share your thoughts on the
Crestview-Niceville spring
game at crestviewbulletin.
conn.


The proper posture


CLASS continued from B1


S My wish for you in
-your journeys is that
the foundations estab-
lished at your respective
schools will challenge
you the rest of your life.
J hope each of you has
.established a best friend
for life and made many
friendships that will last
a lifetime.
I hope you will re-
member the lessons of


teamwork and persever-
ance you learned during
your high-school career.
And I hope, one day if
life doesn't live up to
your dreams, you'll hear
the voice of a coach or a
teacher cheering you to
success.
I don't wish you easy
lives, but rather full lives
that will allow you to ap-
preciate both the good


and bad that come your
way.
My advice is simple.
You can't live in the
past, so decide now the
best is yet to come, and
strive to make each new
day the best yet.
Remember, the Foun-
tain of Youth can be
found in your heart and
mind.
Determine now to stay


forever young and enjoy
playing your games at
whatever level you can
find as long as your body
allows.
Take time to laugh,
love and pray, giving
thanks for all things.
Best of luck to you all.

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What the grips have in
common is you want to
make sure you line your "V"
made by your thumb and
forefinger on each hand to-
ward your right ear (left ear
for lefties). It is also impor-
tant to feel like you are palm
to palm. If your "VI' are to-
gether your wrists will work
better in your swing, and
you will develop a lot more
speed and accuracy.

Alignment
For most standard shots
you want to be parallel to
where you are aiming -
meaning you want to set
up like you are on railroad
tracks.
Your club should be
pointing right down the right
track. Your feet, knees and
shoulders should be paral-
lel to that on the left track.
That allows you to release
you club and body well on
your downswing.


The proper grip


Closing thoughts
You look at guys and
gals on the tour, and the
biggest problems they have
are with posture, grip and
alignment. You wouldn't
think so because these are
folks shooting in the 60s on
a regular basis, but what
changes so much is pos-
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Sharing and Caring gets surprise donation
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SSpecial to the News Bulletin check for $500.
S"This is a partnership
Sharing and Caring re- that we intend to continue
cently received an unexpect- because we realize the good
ed donation from the Flor- Sharing and Caring does
ida Association for Home for the community and the
and Community Education family," said presenter Cora
club of Okaloosa County. Lee Davidson as she hand-
FCHE, as it is more com- ed the check to Madge Tim-
monly known, presented mons, representing Sharing
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Cora Lee Davidson, of HCE,
hands Sharing and Caring
representative Madge
Timmons a check for
$500. Also pictured, from
left to right, are Cora Lee
Davidson, Robin Marston,
Madge Timmons, LaDonna
Medley, Frieda Haley, Gervis
Jones, Pauline Golden

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looking for a fun activity for
them this summer? Then
"Money Adventures" is the
answer.
University of Florida
Okaloosa County Extension
Service, through its 4-H and
Okaloosa Saves Program,
will hold the three-day
Money Adventure Pro-
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13-17.
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24-26 in Crestview.
Camps will be held daily
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with
registration beginning each
day at 8:30 a.m. The registra-
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field trips to local financial
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ships.
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veloped to help youths
learn the basics of financial
management.
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2007 Annual Drinking Water


Quality Report

HOLT WATER WORKS, INC.


We're pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report
is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every
day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking
water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water
treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the
quality ..:, ,.'.:, Our water source is ground water from three wells. The wells
draw fiom .:,' Floridan Aquifer: Because of the excellent quality of our water; the only
treatment required is chlorine for disinfection purposes.

If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please
contact Donna Ash at 53 7-4113. We encourage our valued customers to be informed
ul-,,'a i i.,i' a i, utility. Ifyou want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly
scheduled meetings. They are held on the third Monday of each month at 6:30pm at Holt
Water Works Office.

Holt Water Works Inc. routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water
according to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated
otherwise, this report is based on the results of our monitoring for the period ofJanuary
1 to December 31, 2007. Data obtained before January 1, 2007, and presented in this
report are from the most recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and
regulations.

In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you
better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is
allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the
best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in drinking
water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a
margin of safety.
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers
treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow.
Picocurie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water.
"ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory
analysis.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/l) one part by weight of analyte to
1 million parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/1) one part by weight of analyte to

2007 TEST RESULTS TABLE
Contaminant and Unit of sam (e o. MCL Violation Range of L
sampling (io./ Level MCLG MCL
Measurement r) Y/N ec Results C
Radiological Contaminants
Apr-03, May, Nov I I I I I
Alpha emitters (pCi/l) 06 Feb 07 N 2.4 ND-2.4 0 15
Radium 226 or combined Apr-03, May, N 0.83 ND-I.I I 0 5
radium (pCi/ Nov 07
Inorganic Contaminants

Lead (point of entry) (ppb) May 05 & July 06 N I ND-I n/a 15


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Fluoride (ppm) May 05 & July 06 N 0.5 0.23-0.5 4 4.0
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Sodium (ppm) May 05 & July 06 N 51 44-51 N/A 160

TTHMs and Stage 1 Disinfectant/Disinfection By-Product (D/DBP) Paramet
Contaminant Dates of MCL Lv Range
and Unit of sampling Violation Dete of Likely Source o
Measurement mo./vr.) Y/N Results _
Jan-Dec MRDLG
Chlorine (ppm) 07 N 0.63 0.4-1 = MRDL= 4.0 Water additive used
TITHM [Total
trihalomethanes] July & N 2.13 ND-6.4 NA MCL= 80 By-product of drinki
Sept06
S'' .. .,I. July& N 6.97 1.1-10.7 NA MCL =60 By-product of drink
(five) (HAA5) (ppb) Sept 06_____
Dates of AL 90th s No. of. AL
Con minant and Unit sa ling V ati Percentile sapli es MCLG (Action Likely Source of C
of Measurement (mo./yr.) YN Resulti A, Level)

Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
Corrosion of household
Copper (ap water) Jun-Sep N 0.112 0 of 1.3 1.3 erosion of natural deposits;
(ppm) 15 nreserwvti
Lead (tap water) Ju-Sep N 3.00 0 of 0 15 Corrosion of household plun
b3(ppb) 05 of natural de


1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRDL: The highest level of a disinfectant
allowed in drinking water There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is
necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking water
disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not
reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants.
Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDSE): An important part of the Stage 2
Disinfection Byproducts Rule (DBPR). The IDSE is a one-time study conducted by
water systems to identify distribution system locations with high concentrations of
trihalomethanes.(THMs) and haloacetic acids (HAAs). Water systems will use results
,fiom the IDSE, in conjunction with their Stage 1 DBPR compliance monitoring data, to
select compliance monitoring locations for the Stage 2 DBPR.


In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which
limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in
bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.

The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes,
streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the
land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases,
radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals
or from human activity.

Contaminants that may be present in source water include:
(A) Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from
sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations, and
wildlife.
(B )Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally
occurring or result from urban stormwater runoff industrial or domestic
wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining, or farming.
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as
agriculture, urban stormwater runoff and residential uses.
(D) Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic
chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum
production, and can also comefirom gas stations, urban stormwater runoff, and
septic systems.
(E) Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or
be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities.
likely Source of
contaminationn Drinking watel; including bottled water, may reasonably be
expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants.
Erosion of natural The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the
deposits water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and
Erosion of natural
Er osi tural potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental
Protection Agency s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
csiduc from man-made
pollution such as auto In 2004, the Department ofEnvironmental Protection performed
emissions and paint; a Source Water Assessment on our system. The assessment was
lead pipe, casing, and conducted to provide information about any potential sources of
Erosion deposts; contamination in the vicinity of our wells. There is one potential
discharge from fertilizer source ofcontamination identified for this system with a moderate
nd aluminum factories. s r o
Water additive which susceptibility level. The assessment results are available on the
promotes strong teeth FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection Program website at
when at optimum levels www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp or they can be obtained from Donna Ash
between 0.7 and 1.3
pm at 850-537-4113.
Salt water intrusion,
leaching from soil Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking

ers water than the general population. Inmuno-compromisedpersons
such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons
f Contamination who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS
or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can
I to control microbes be particularly at risk from infections. Thesepeople should seek

ng water disinfection advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/
CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection
ng water disinfection by Cryptosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are
available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).
contamination We at Holt Water Works, Inc. would like you to understand the
efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process
umbinsystems; and protect our water resources. We are committed to insuring the
leaching fiom wood quality of your water. Ifyou have any questions or concerns about
iv. the information provided, pleasefeel fee to call any of the numbers
mbing systems, erosion i
positslisted.


We are pleased to announce that our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008:


Felicity Flair opens doors


Special to the News
Bulletin

Felicity Flair, Crest-
view's newest flower,
treat and home bou-
tique, is now open for
business and is celebrat-
ing its grand opening
Thursday through Sat-
urday.
The family-owned
business at 1275 S. Fer-
don Blvd., recognizable
in its yellow building
with a pink door, fea-
tures specialty gift items
and beautiful hand-
designed floral arrange-
ments.
Grand opening fes-
tivities include a ribbon
cutting at 11 a.m. on June
5, along with light re-
freshments, prize draw-
ings and giveaways.
Shoppers can also stop
in anytime between 11


a.m. and 1 p.m. Thurs-
day through Saturday
and receive 10 percent
off the total bill.
Felicity Flair is the
fruition of a mom's
dream to open a small
boutique with her three
daughters. Lisa Reddick
and daughters Casey
Kearney, Hannah Patten
and Brittney Reddick
have come together to
offer Crestview residents
a diverse and special
shopping experience.
Based on true Southern
hospitality and charm,
the store is a reflection
of the family members'
creative spirit, vibrant
personalities and ten-
dency to add a little flair
to everything they do.
For more informa-
tion on Felicity Flair, call
(850) 682-7000 or visit
www.felicityflair.com.


Lake named Employee of the

Month at Emerald Coast Hospice


Special to the News Bulletin"

Gentiva Health Ser-
vices, Inc., the nation's
largest comprehensive
provider of home health
services, announces Ginia
Lake, CNA, of its Emerald
Coast Hospice Office in
Crestview as Employee of
the Month.
A 'Crestview native,
Ginia brings the com-
munity more than three
years of experience as a
CNA. Ginia earned her
Certified Nursing As-
sistant certificate from
Parthenon Healthcare in
Crestview. She is current-
ly enrolled at Okaloosa-
Walton College and will


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Ginia Lake

start an LPN program in
January. Ginia loves to bull
ride and has a son named
Austin.


McKay studying administration
Special to the
News Bulletin

Airman Timaria McK-
ay has just finished basic
training at Lackland Air
Force Base in Texas. He
is currently studying ad-
ministration at technical
school in Biloxi, Miss.
McKay is the son of
Natalie Williams of Lau-
rel Hill and Earl McKay of
Crestview. He graduated
from Laurel Hill School in
2007. ^^
Timaria McKay


Mossy Head receives $4.6 million for w
Special to the News Bulletin I


MOSSY HEAD -
Mossy Head Water System,
Inc., may arguably have
some of the best tasting
water in the state, accord-
ing to the Florida Water
Works Association.
That doesn't mean the
organization is resting on
its laurels.
On May 21, Mossy
Head officials, local, state,
and federal representatives
were on hand for a ceremo-
nial check presentation that
represents funding in sup-
port of water system im-
provements.
TheexistingMossyHead
Water Works, Inc. system
includes three wells, two
elevated storage tanks and
573,000 linear feet of water
lines serving a rural area of
Walton County. With Unit-


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Special to the News Bulletin
The check presentation at Mossy Head Water Works
included Joe Fritz, Area Director for USDA, Rural
Development; Luke Mitchell, Board Member; Tom Miller,
Board Member; Marian Kusik, Board Member; Angel
Montalvo, Board Member; Ronald G. Whitfield, State
Director for USDA, Rural Development; Helen Hunt Rigdon,
District Representative for Congressman Jeff Miller; and
Tom Terrell, President of Mossy Head Water Works, Inc.


ed States Department of
Agriculture Rural Devel-
opment financial assistance
of $4.6 million ($2,824,000
loan and $1,841,500 grant),


system improvements will
increase fireflow capabili-
ties and provide adequate
water pressure for the
high demand area in the


Emergency responders collect food I


Special to the News Bulletin

In celebration of EMS Week,
hard-working EMS professionals
filled ambulances with food for Car-
ing and Sharing, whose supplies
were dangerously low. Food drives
were held at Publix stores in Crest-
view and Fort Walton Beach.
"We didn't know what to expect,
with food and gas prices what they
are and I am overwhelmed by the
response we received," said EMS
Division Chief Al Herndon. "People
were going in the store to get one


item and coming out with a hun-
dred dollars in donated groceries.
Military residents, who sacrifice so
much for all of us, were so gener-
ous!"
"We just really appreciate the
support we received from Publix
and community residents this in-
spires us to do our job," said Public
Safety Director Dino Villani. Emer-
gency medical service teams consist
of emergency physicians, emergency
nurses, emergency medical techni-
cians, paramedics, firefighters, edu-
cators, administrators and others.


rater system
south. Improvements will
include upsizing 28 miles
of distribution lines and
adding a 200,000-gallon el-
evated storage tank to help
balance system pressures,
provide water storage and
serve as a backup water
supply.
On hand delivering the
$4,665,500 check for im-
provements to the water
system ias Rural Develqp-
ment State Director Ronald
G. Whitfield.
"USDA Rural Develop-
ment is working with com-
munities across Americato
improve rural water sys-
tems," said Whitfield. "Ru-
ral Development is pleased
to be a part in taking posi-
tive steps in safeguarding
the health and safety: of
area residents and in the vi-
tal partnership with Mossy
Head Water Works."


Special to the News Bulletin
An EMS crew collected food for Caring
and Sharing at Publix in Crestview. From
left are Tim Young, Andrea Stewart,
Cindy Woodward and Ashley Martin.


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The Crestview Housing
SAuthorits is requesting
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contractors (individual or
ANNO Cfirms to submit proposals
ANOUNCEMTS for the following renova-
1100 -Legal Advertising tion installation and re-
1110 Classified Notices pavement work at the
1120 Public Notices/ Housing Authority.
Announcements
1130- Adoptions Bathroom Renova-
1140-Happy Ads tions
1150- Personals
11560-Lost Bid packets may be ob-
1170-Found tainted by contacting Mr.
Sam Brunson, Executive
Director @
1-850-682-2413 @ the
I110 3^ 'Crestview Housinq Au-
thority 371 W. hickory
Legal # 100396 Authority Offices.


REQUEST FOR PRO-
POSAL


A Pre- Bid conference will
be held on June 12,
2008 @ 10:00 A.M.


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1103
(CST) at the Housing
Authority offices. Bid will
be received until 10:00
A.M. on July 1, 2008
(CST) at Housing
Authority Offices.
The Crestview Housing
Authority reserves the
right to reject and and all
bids and to waive any ir-
regularities and formali-
ties in the bidding.
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06/04/08
06/07/08
06/11/08
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NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE DEPART-
MENT OF BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
REGULATION IN RE:
The license to prac-
tice Real Estate of: Law-
rence Duane Meek Jr.
Case No. 2007052772,
122 Tranquility Ln.,
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The Department of Busi-
ness and Professional
Regulation has filed an
Administrative Complaint
against you a copy of
which may be obtained
by contacting the Divi-
sion of Real Estate, 400
W. Robinson St., Suite
N-801 Orlando, Florida
32801, (407)
481-5632. If no contact
has been made by June
21, 2008 the matter of
the Administrative Com-
plaint will be presented
at an ensuing meeting
before the Deportment of
Business and Professional
Regulation's Florida Real
Estate Commission in an
informal proceeding.
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05/17/2008
05/24/2008
06/04/2008



LEGAL # 120044
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO
2008-CP-000511 DI-
VISION PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
NEYSA VICTORIA
MORRIS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of NEYSA VIC-
TORIA MORRIS, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was April 11,
2008, is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O.
DRAWER 1359 CREST-
VIEW, FL 32536-1359.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
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 PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this


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court WITHIN 3 MAP OR PLAT
MONTHS AFTER THE THEREOF AS RE-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- CORDED IN PLAT
LOCATION OF THIS NO- BOOK 13 PAGE 39,
TICE. PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED O K A L 0 0 S A
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- Any person claiming an
TION 733.702 OF THE interest in the surplus
FLORIDA PROBATE from the sale, if any,
CODE WILL BE FOREVER other than the property
BARRED. owner as of the date of
NOTWITHSTANDING the lis pendens must file a
THE TIME PERIODS SET claim within 60 days af-
FORTH ABOVE, ANY ter the sale. DATED this
CLAIM FILED TWO T2J 28 day of May, 2008.
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE Clerk Circuit Court
OF DEATH IS BARRED. By: Vicki Jackson
The date of first publica- Deputy Clerk
tion of this notice is June
4, 2008. G REE N SP O O N


Attorney for Personal
Representative: AARON
B. WENTZ, Esquire Flor-
ida Bar No. 0065810
814A Shadow Lane Ft.
Walton Beach FL 32547
Telephone:(856)863-800
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MARDtR, P.A., Irade
Centre South, Suite 700,
100 West Cypress Creek
Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309
06/04/2008
06/11/2008


Personal Representative:
GEORGE TYMOWCZAK LEGAL #120046
941 Pocahontas Dr., Apt. IN T IT
93 Ft Walton Beach, FL COUNRTHIN C FOR
OKALOOSA
06/04/2008 COUNTY FLORIDA
6/11/2008 PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 08-CP-497
IN RE: ESTATE OF BE
JA NOSS, DECEASED.
LEGAL # 120047 NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
IN THE CIRCUIT


COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NO.
2007CA005742S
RBC CENTURY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VICTOR ANTHONY VAL-
ENTINO, et. al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment
entered in Case No.
2007CA005742S of the
Circuit Court of the 1ST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida, wherein, RBC
CENTURY BANK Plain-
tiff and VICTOR AN-
THONY VALENTINO, et.
al,, are the Defendants I
wi sellto the highest bid-
der for cash AT THE
FRONT DOOR OF THE
CLERK'S OFFICE AT THE
COURTHOUSE ANNEX
IN SHALIMAR, at the
hour of 11:00 a.m. on
the 30 day of June,
2008, the following de-
scribed property:
LOT 8, BLOCK "A",
DUNES OF DESTINY,
ACCORDING TO THE


The admir,:aic.r, c.t i, he
estate of BE JA NOSS
deceased, ..-he;i date :,
death wa. April -1
2008, is :.e,-idrq ir Ih
Circuit I c.JI' for
Okaloosa Couir,' Flor.
ida, Probate ",',.,'r, tie
address ot ...h-ch is
Okaloosa Cojunr, Court
house, Cre:r.ie:., Flr
ida. The ram.-, and .ad
dresses o ihfe p.teri.rna
representative .E arnd he
personal "epre.eIIaii.e :
attorney a- :l ijioih Lt.
low.
All creditor, of ihe dec:e
dent and .:ihrr per:.:.r.
having claim: ,"i de
mands aqagrl
decedent's e:ialc- or
whom a c.:.p, crl ,h, rc,
tice is required to be
served nur- ti.le then
claims w ih hi;, co,.,ri
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other cied:ior .,.t ihe
decedent and .:ihei per
sons having cla.i,,Ti .:.r d-
mands agaon-i
decedent's eeiale rrm.d..
file their claim: ...iih ih'
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.


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TIME PERIS SE widel Run your classified
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733.702 OF THE newspapers reaching
FLORIDA PROBATE over 4 Million readers.
CODE WILL BE FOR- Call this newspaper or
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THE TIME PERIODS
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DEATH IS BARRED.
Date of the first publica- EW T
tion of the Notice of Ad-
ministration: June 4th, W r
2008.


Personal Representative:
JAMES L.
PRICTCHARD JR. 121
Silver Circle Edgewater,
Florida 32141
JASON R. MOULTON
660 North Ferdon Boule-
vard, Suite A Crestview
Florida 32536
[850)689-1474 Florida
Bar No. 0150126 Attor-
ney for Petitioner
06/04/2008
06/11/2008


Affectionate man
seeking affectionate
woman between 40-55,
possible marriage, must
not drink 533-0868

Single white male 70
5'8 1701bs. Looking for
a small white lady 65-72.
I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
a good woman to share
and do things together.
Please write RLB P.O.
Box 876, Crestview FL
32536, or call (850)
689-8038


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




Adorable 8 week
Peek-a-Poo Shi-Tzu
puppy. Black & white.
$250. To a good home
only. For more info call
398-6417 or 305-7449


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Australian Shepard
puppies. Shots and
wormed, pad and paper
trained. Ready now
850-652-3286


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008


S3230 3300
Crestview Coleman 5K generator
Multi Family $325 10 hp 689-4419
FrGarage Sale Collect up to $250/wk
I Fri.&Sat. of Unemployment
MERCHNDISE 8 am- 12 pm Insurancel If you are un-
152 Ridgelake Rd. employed and haven't
100 -Antiques Name brand clothing filed a claim we can as-
110 -Appliances collectibles, toys, & mucl sist you today. Start col-
120 Arts & Crafts more. electing Unemployment
130- Auctions Insurance by calling
140 Baby tems Crestview (800)482-8761 c
160 Buiing Supplies Multi-Family For sale 4 Burial
Equipment Yard Sale Plots $5200. or 2 for
170 Collectibles Fri. Sat., June 6th & 7th $2600.in Live Oak Park
180 Computers @ 7A.M. Till, Rain or Memorial Cemetery.
190-Electronics Shine, 6056 Garden 682-8535
200 Firewood City Rd.
220 Furniture Cy
230 Garage/Yard Sales Cres
240- Guns CrestviewAY
250 Good Things to Eat Multi-Family N W T
260 Health & Fitness Yard Sale
270 Jewelry/Clothing Night Vision. Like new
280 Machinery/ Sat June 7th$100. set
Equipment 7am 1pm w carr as 100. set
290 Medical Equipment 5575 Pine Lake Dr. price. 546-1279
300 Miscellaneous To much list.
k i ns


332 Plants & Shrubs/ Crestview W I I
Supplies Multi-Family NE u
3330 Restaurant/Hotel ad Sale Poab t
3340 Sporting Goods Yard Sole Portable masse table
3350 -Tickets (Buy& Sell) Sat. June 7th used once, $200., Big
8am- until 48 inch Sony, TV.,
S5837 Reinke Dr. $500., Baby Lock com-
To much to list. puter embroidery ma-
3100 Cre- chine $900. 682-8356
33LOO|-Crestview -
All Tyes of Watch & Multi-Family
Clock Repair, grandfa- Yard Sale
others, mantels, cuckoos, Yard Sle
we b antiques, Call Sat. June 7th @ 3320
6891078:00A.M.- 1:00P.M. Backyard
1442 Coremo Drive.
(OFF OF Aplin Rd.). Nursery
Something for everyone Opens 1st Saturday of
each month through
I- 3 0 Crestview October 8am-2pm.
Ron's Appliance & MULTI-FAMILY I have 4000 annuals &
Parts open 8am-6pm,A perennials. Go to
Mon-Fri. 8-1 Sat. Appli- YARD SALE mariesgarden.com and
dance parts appliance re- Sat. June 7th @ click on Bonnie's Garden
pair. 215 N. Main 8:00A.M. 4:00P.M., for list & directions. Email
Street Call 689-1007. 3084 Locke Lane. Indus- bshipman7@cox.net
After hours 305-8515 trial cleaning supplies 803-0337
and equipment, Furniture
& Clothes. Something for .--
4 .4 e M everyone
| 3230 ] Crestview
Baker NEIGHBORHOOD
Garage Sale Fri & YARD SALE
Sat., June 6 & 7, 8am un- Sat. June 7th @ 7A.M. -
til. Furniture, tools, jew- Noon, 5564 Pine Lake
elry, Home Interior pic- Dr. Books, DVD's, Mu-
tures, clothes for all, sic, Collectibles & more. EMPLOYMENT
lamps, dishes, books,
tapes, VCR player, IV, Crestview 4100 Help Wanted
treadmill, surround sound Yard Sale 4110 Restaurants/Clubs
system and much more Fri. & Sat., June 6th & 4120 Sales
S 4 West. Call 7th, 176 West First Ave., In4ormatlon
537-3064 8A.M.- 2 P.M. Iomn
Baker
Baker Crestview
Huge Yard Sale YCard Sale
Sat. June 7th Sat. June 7th @ 7:30am 41
7:30am -until Until..127 East Fourth
H wy. 4 (across from Ave. (off N. 85 just past <
T mch lt. Vanguard Bank). H
Baker Crestview
Huae YardSale Yard Sale Automotive/Sales
Suge ,Tr a a Scit. June 7th '
Sfady Grove 7am until Sales People
Assembly of North Lloyd St (off 1st. St) Immediate opening for
God King mattress set. professional sales peo-
at 7a-12 iple Great team atmos-
Sat 7am-1_ Milligan here awesome pay
r----- Womens Ministries of plan. Eas work sched-
Cresiview Milligan Assembly of ule. Apply in person
2 Family Sale God are having a Gary Smit Honda,225
Fri, Sat. & Sun, 7am. Too YARD SALE Miracle Strip Pkwy, see
much to mention. 5632 June 6th & 7th, 8:00 Ben orJamie.
Gala Rd (right off of A.M. Until, 5408 Hwy Web ID
Stilwell Rd, near Walker) 4 (In the fellowship hall). #27810029
Crestview
2-Famil Yard TUPPERWARE
Safe New Catalog, monthly
Sa. e. special re placement or-
Sat. June 7th @ er. all Jackie
8:00A.M. Until, 5621 682-4305
Galaqxy Drive, Furniture, Automotive/Sales
Adult & Baby Clothes, Autom
Shoes etc. Sales People
Crestview 3260 Wanted Team Players
Gara e Sale to sell cars at Gary
Fri. J 6 & Saune. Ju Doyou Experience Anx- Smith Honda Used Car
7th & Sat. Jun iety There are answers Lot on Beal Pkwy.
7am -12pm in this book. Buy and Need to be dependa-
201 SenecaTrl read Self Analysis by L ble & hard working
(Indian TrailSub.) Ron Hubbard. Price people. Great hours,
ot o baby items, men's $15.00. Hubbard Dia- great reputation in the
women and baby cloths netics Foundation community. Apply in
misc. household items. (813)872-0722 E-mail person 14 Beal Pkwy
mic. o. cofstampa@gmail.com. Suite E See AJ or Brian
Web ID
_----....---I_ #27810435
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33000
4 steel Chevy truck
rims 16 in./6 bolt off
2004 yr model. $100.
.B.. Call 2183192



21 FT round above
ground pool. Everything
included. $500. or move
deck. for information
682-5019


EARN
$1000-$3200
a month to drive new
cars with ads.
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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.


NEW rTOAY
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk.
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dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309


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Logistics/Transportation
J & M Company
The nations premier pri-
vate carrier ot nitrous ox-
ide is accepting applica-
tions in the Pensacola
area for experienced
safety-conscious, tractor/
semi drivers.
Accepted applicants will
receive odometer mile-
age pay and bonuses,
excellent earnings poten-
tial, and great home time
and benefits
Call Bill or Neal for de-
tails @ 866-592-7006


Xtreme Boats
All Welded, Al Aluminum Boats,
$5 00- 1,I Rebates on all Xtme Bots
We also sell Smoker/BBQ, Fryers,
Utility Vehicles. Bonay FL
wwwxcrmeindusties.com
Toll Free 1-866-684-3376


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


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SCHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


Steele Magnolias is look- Always Renting? 14bd
ing for Hair Stylist. Great Homes from $199/mol Baker
location great career op- Buy a 3bd 2ba Home Remodeled 3
Dortuniht to build clien- only $200/mol 5%dn, Remodeled
tele. Please call Cathy 20yrs @ 8%aprl For List- bed 2 bath
Steele 398-3362 & leave ings (800)482-9419. Beautiful home close to
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Crestview- 1 br apt,
698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletel furnished utilities
mIncl. No pets. $650mo
682-3166


NEW TODAY

Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
$600/mo + $600 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
398-5757 or 4201517

Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet, gated no pets
$606mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574

Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity

Crestview
Furnished Studio Apt. for
rent. $179. wk., First &
Last week rent + Damage
Deposit due at si n up.
Includes water and elec-
tric. Call 850-613-6300


Rolling. Fix Humvees Crestview
Strykers etc. Expand Nice 1 & 2 Bedroom
your skills through career efficiency apartments,
training. Be a Soldier. $500-550 mo, some utili-
1-800-GO-GUARD.com/ ties furnished, lease re-
mechanic. quired no pets.
-978-8274
No Truck Driver Experi-
ence No Problem. -
Wil-Trans Trucking Will Crestview, Bent Creek
Teach You How to Drive. Apartments I, Vouchers
Company Sponsered Accepted. Rental assis-
CDL Training. Be OTR in stance may be available
Three Weeks. 1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
888)368-1205. Must be accessible apartments.
3 209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
Post Office Now Hir- 850-682-5563
ingl Avg Pay $20/hr or TDD/TTY 711. Equal
$57K/yr In.i Fed. Ben, Housing Opportunity
OT. Offer placed by
Exam Services, not aff
w/USPS which does
Call "866)713-4492. J 6130


All Cash Candy Route
Do you earn $800 in a
day? 30 Local Machines
and Candy $9,995.
888)629-9968
B02000033. Call Us:
We will not be under-
soldl
BankCard Managers
National Processor needs
Experienced Sales profes-
sional to manage team.
1 st-yr potential
$187,070. 2nd-yr poten-
tial $339,576. Lifetime
Vested Residuals.
X888)637-2426 x 227
Code X.
Bodyguards Counter
Assault Teams Needed/
USA and Overseas $119
- $220K year. Body-
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aay 18 or older.
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REAl. ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 -Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
61410 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals





NEW TODAY
OFFICE SPACE,
CRESTVIEW 11 pri-
vate offices, indiv. or
combination suites.
Good layout for medi-
cal, legal, other other
professional. EXCEL-
LENT location S-85. As
low as $500. per mo.
Avail immediately.
850-685-0470


Crestview
3bd 2 1/2 ba
behind hospital.
New appliane.
$750 month $750dd.
call Rosie 702-413-3229

Free port
The Palms Of
Freeport
Now available for Lease
or Purchasel Affordable,
Easy Commute Commu-
nity Playground, & Pooll
2BR/ y.5 BA. Call
Heather of Jeff
850-835-0191



6140
4bd 2.5ba Home only
$325/mol 2bd 1ba only
199/mol 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%APR For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.


NEW TODAY

American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
5591 Hwy 393 2br,
1 ba $550
*865 Brett St. 2br,
1.5ba, $650
5187 Azalea Ave 3br,
2ba, $695
*9 Flora Cove, 3br,
2ba $785
*374 Brackin St. 3br,
2ba, $800
*304 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br, 2.5ba $775
1T1 Swaying Pine Ct.
3br 2.5ba, $799
309 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
2ba $850
06110 Sonny Ln 3br,
2ba, $875
0 423 Northview Ln,
3br 2ba, $850
*3112 Skyhawk Dr.
3br 2ba, $895
06219 Winstead Rd,
3br, 2ba, $875
1 10 Golf Course Dr.
3br, 2ba, $900
202 Cabana Way
4br, 2ba, $925
0 254 Limestone Cir
3br, 2ba $975
4702 Whitewater Ln
4br 2ba $995
5435 Fairchild Rd 3br,
2ba $1050
0 2186 Hagood Lp 3br
2ba $1100
01812 Waterway Dr.
3br 2ba, $1125
0 12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
2ba, $1150
144 Indian Tr. 3br, 2ba
$1150
715 presscott St 3br
2.5ba $T300
0 414 Peoria Blvd 4br
2.5ba $1350
0 3178 Border Creed Rd
4br ,3ba $1350
12468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br2ba, $1375
0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400
0 6377 Havenmist Ln.
4br, 2ba, $1500
109 Fairway Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $1600
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


314 Springwood Cir.,
Crestview
3BR2BA 1,556sf+/-. Opening Bid: $10,000

235 Edgewood PL.,
Crestview
3BR 1.5BA 1,524sf+/-. Opening Bid: $10,000

All properties sell: 8:00am Thu. jun. 19 at
314 Springwood Cir., Crestview
Homes are open Sat or Sun before sale day.
visit williamsauction.com for details or call

800-801-8003.
Many properties now available
for online bidding!

Thomas L Willams broker RE#BK3055 785
Alone W Lowderman AUC#AU32'8


,ompletelv updautu,
fenced in acre yard,
large deck. Non smok-
ers only. $1100/mth
one month deposit, 1
year lease. Will con-
sider lower rent for ten-
ants to keep
lawn/garden up keep.
Call Julie
850-758-7050




NEW T0AY

Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
* 1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
0513 WingSpan Way
3br 2V2ba$1000+dd
* 4295 Batten Rd,
3br2ba $1000mo+dd
* 5812 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
* 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
* 309 John Kind Rd
3 br 2 ba, $875+dd
* 220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba $850+dd
* 3105 Maple Ave.
1 br 1 ba $675+dd
* 2878 Atoka Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1150+dd


Crestview
Coldwell Banker United 6020 Gagnon Rd-
Realtors 117 Courthouse 3 bd/2 ba $725
Terrace, Crestview F 3278 Auburn Rd -
32536 (850)689-1515 3 bd/2 ba; $750
or 8501682-5922 685 Chestnut Ave -
*307 Walnut Ave, Ibr, 3 d/2ba;$795
1ba,0700 $425 tiplex 651 Panama Dr-
T 305 Walnut Ave 2br 4 bdl/j2 b" $950
1ba, 900sf, $500 end 64 Moonliht Lane -
unit 3 bd/2 ba; $995
0 309 Walnut Ave. 2br 68 li h Lane-
1ba 900sf, $500 end 3 bd2 ba; $1 ane -
unit 5963 Linene Dr-
* 2385 Susan Dr. Base- 3 bd/2.5 ba; $1150
ment a9, ibr Iba, 0 6462 Moonlight Lane -
1052sf $595, utis incl. 3 bd/2 ba; $1150
* 238 Runnymeade Dr. 211 Raptor Dr-
2br 1.5ba, 930 sf, 4 bd/2 ba; $1250
$600, interior unit 0 460 Jillian Dr
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br 4 bd/2 b; $1250
2ba 1244sf $750 no bd/2 $1250
pets allowed....
* 132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets this
allowed
0262 Swaying Pine Ct Navarre -
3br 2.5ba 1309sf, 2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
$79, End Unit TR- 2150sf home on lamge
0264 Swaying Pine Ct natural lot in beautiful,
3br 2.5ba, 1309sf, guiet waterfront neigh-
$79, End Unit T-( borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
0306 Feldon Dr 3br, orate living & dining
2ba, 1200sf, $800, no rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
pets allowed. whirlpool tub & separate
01562 Texas Pw 3br shower in master bath.
2ba, 1109sf $85 no $1 800mo. Call 850
pets 1st month rent free 261-0322, or 685-8048
0274 Swaying Pine Ct- leave message.
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$850, new townhome .. UOAY
b268 Swaing Pine Ct E
3br 2.5ba 1415sf
$80, new townhome
02904 Orchidcrest Dr. Teel & Waters
4br, 1ba, 1600sf, $850 Real Estate
pets allowed w/approval
0270 Swaying Pine Ct- RENTALS
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf, 682-6156
$875, new townhome 204 Booker St.
0272 Swaying Pine Ct $525 2 br 1 ba
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf, 227 Walker Circle
$875, new townhome $700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
0114 Feldon Drive 3br 250 Sunset Dr
2ba, 1426 sq ft, $87 2 $800 3 br, 1/2 ba, 1 cg
half off first months rent 391 Riverchase
50 Abbe Rd. 3b, 2ba $1250, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
1165sf, $i75 cathedral No pets
ceins in master bed 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
0238 S Susan Drive- $1800 3br, 2/2ba, 2cg
house 3br, 2ba, 1640sf, All Properties require a
$895 waterfront credit check, 1 yr lease,
0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3 no inside smokI Pet
no inside smoki Pet
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $925, fees are non- refundable.
new paint & vinyl Call Debra Frost
928/3 Mohican Way, llDebraFrost
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $956 682-6156
South of 1-10
S34 Re ent Rd. 3br,
2ba, 1418sf, $950. Pets
allowed with approval 6160
*507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995, Crestview
first month's rent free Available for mature per-
*1819 Waterway Lane son a 1 Bedroom fur-
3br, 2ba, 1420sf nished apartment. No
$1650, no pets allowed, Smoking, pets or loud
Baker music. $550. mo. Utili-
01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br ties furnished. 689-1318
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
larqe fenced back yard .
337 Stillwell Blvd
3br 2ba, 1929sf,1
$1 95, hardwood floors e 3,
& tile Baker 3bd 2ba, until
04180 Big Buck Trail, large yard $700 m
4br 2ba 1823sf, $500 cep No pets. Call
$1 00 no p1ts allowed 850-758-9721 after 4pm
0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba Baker 2bd,2ba
1901sf $1300 military $600mo. $600. dep.
discount 2br 1ba,.
05980 Silver Oaks Lane, $50mo/$550 dep,
4br 2.5ba, 2326sf, both on 1 acre lot no
$1400 in round pool pets/smoking. Ref. Re-
*5262 Clint Mason Rd. quired 537-2510
br, 2.5ba 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed with Crestview- 2br, 1 Vba
approval. 427A Brookmeade Dr.
.642 Territory Lare 4br, New carpet & vinyl. No
3ba, 3031sf $1500 mili- pets $575mo. 398-6600
tary 1 free month rent Crestview 3 br 2 ba
*650 Territory Lane 4br, CH&A. No smkin or
3ba 30A 3b, 3004s', $1675, pets $600 month + $600
$200 military discount/ epst Credit refrences
month required. 499-4618
For further information require
and to apply online
please visit our website HEW TIIJA
at: www.cburpm.com


NEW TOnDAY
Crestview- All brick, 3
br, 1.5 ba den fenced
yard. $800mo+Idd. Rick
Epperson Realty LLC
85 -865-7777


Crestview- All brick, 3
br, 1.5 ba, den, fenced
yard. $806mo+dd. Rick
Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777




EW TOOAY
Crestview
2bd 1ba Brick home w/
central heat & air. Kit Dr.
No pets. No smoking.
Ideal for cQuple. $550
mo. + $550. dd.
682-4024


Crestview
3 and 2
bedroom houses
3121Earl Kennedy Rd,
and 4883 Okaloosa
lane, 850-682-1972 No
Pets.


Crestview
3br Iba on 1 acre lot.
Remodeled VERY clean
$550. mo. + dd.
Call 689-3563
Crestview, 2 Bedroom
2 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
posit, call 682-9653 or
758-8736
Holt Area
2 br, 1 ba MH on pri-
vate lot for rent
$500.mo, deposit and
references required Call
499-7412 or 537-6222

NEW TOBAY

Mossy Head; 16x76,
3br 2 a, All electric, pri-
vate lot, must see, no
pets. $600/$400. 850-
225-0949

NEW TODAY

NE Crestview Quiet
country living. Nice
14x7 Mobil he with
porches. 3 BR 2 BA with
garden tub, Child's play-
house shed, arden spot
partially furnished with
all appliances including
washer & dryer
9625/mo +
375.security deposit. In-
side pet deposit required.
850-758-8629
/


4130
Advertising Sales Reps
and/or Managers. Up to
50% comm. as, cell, re-
newals. TeTemarketing
support. Northwest Pub-
lishing. (866)732-9164.
Awesome First Jobll
Now hirin motivated
sharp individuals to work
and travel entire USA.
Paid training. Transporta-
tion lodging furnished.
ag t oday.Start tomor-
row. (8776)64-5050.
Driver-Bynum Transport-
needs qualified drivers
for Central Florida- Local
& National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker,
no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competi-
tve Pay & new ecuip
ment (866)GOL-BYUM.
Need 2 years experi-
ence.
Drivers: Attn: Drivers
Sign-On Bonus 35-42
cpm Earn over $1000
weekly Excellent Benefits
Need CDL-A & 3 mos re-
cent OTR
(800)635-8669.
Mechanics: Up to
20 000 bonus. Keep
t o Army KNational Guard


6140
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
2 CG. Brand new, In
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
3BD 1 1/2 BA.
795 a month 795 dd.
850-217-7344
Crestview near Garden
City
Country Living
Newly
Remodeled
available June 1st. Three
bedroom and two bathl
$850/month-negotiable.
Deposit due when lease
is signed. Pets ok w/de.
Acre of land. 6824280
or 699-4281
Crestview Spacious
home available now. Pets
ok. Excellent location.
David 850-826-1662


NEW TOnAY
Crestview: 3 homes
available. $800, $950
and $1,000. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC.
850-865-7777


NEW TIJIAY
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Eual Housing
Opportunity
682-1800


NEW TODAY

LOVELY HOLLY
HILLS
custom home. Over
1600 SF, 3br/2ba with
2CG corner Lot with
nice shade trees.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806


this
Navarre ~-
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150st home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.


HEW TODAY

NEW, ENERGY
EFFICIENT
HOMES
starting At only $92,900.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806


SAUTOMOTIE M INE
RECREATIONAL I
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130-Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 -Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
821 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes





NEW TODAY
MUSTANG
PROJECT CAR
Ford Mustang 1964 1/2
$1000 OBO Cash Only.
Needs work- must tow.
74 Waynel Cr. FWB.
Eric, 850-259-2855.
SAVE
Honda Accord '96
4 cyl, 30+mpg, PS PW
Cruise Power Locks, 5
Speed manual transmis-
sion, new front brakes/
rotors, new clutch master
cylinder, trailer hitch and
cold A/C. Driven 80 mi
per day to work; very re-
liable. NADA Low Value
$3200. Good cond.
$2000 obo. Call 850
305-6691 / 689-3317



Ford Explorer
'01 Sport Trac
Great condition $6,500
OBO (850)305-100.

BOAT


NHEW TOOAY
S 7150 I 83 22 ft Hunter w, 4
stroke Honda, $3100
20+ Acres & Barn Kit firm. Bill at 850-
$89,900. New 22x20 621-3680. Located at
country barn kit & 20+ Alan's Marina.
gorgeous acres. Potential
to subdivide. Near
FL/GA border -90 min- O
utes Jacksonville. Lowest T
financing ever Call now
(800)898-4409, X 1457 1999 Hurricane
Tri-hull party boat
w/trailer, 22'. $7500.
Crestview 850-333-0538 or
Beautiful 1 acre lot S. of 850-892-6928
1-10 in the private
Meadow Lake Subdivi-
sion $79,900. Owner is
licensed real estate
0e54nt.Cal3
850-543-2734


Estate Auction- 16
acres divided. Saturday,
June 14, 10a.m. Ste-
phens Co., GA. Moun-
tain retreat, apartment
style home. Personal
property selling sepa-
rately. (800)323-8388
10% BP; GAL
AU-C002594
RowellAuctions.com.


NEW TODAY

LAND LOTS OF
LAND!
Priced from $5,500
P/Ac. Farms with nice
homes, Lakes and etc.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806

New Arizona Land
Rushl 1 or 2-1/2
"Football Field" Sized
Lotsl $0 Down. $0 Inter-
est. $159-$208 per
month Money Back
Guaranteel
(866)745-3329 or
www.sunsiteslandrush.com


NEW TOiAY
1981 Sand Rail 2 sweater.
Street legal $1500.
546-1279
2005 Yamaha Big
Bear 400 4X4
Fourwheeler. Green
w/wench, 240 miles
$4500. Call
850-777-9300


NEW TOIAY
2008 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Low hrs, perfect condi-
tion under warranty.
GYTR muffler & skid
plate, $6300. Call Terry
850-685-9468 or
850-226-8599



*Dodge Hemi Full size
2005, red, 4 door, only
20K miles. $21,000.
+2005 Towable 28'
Sportsman camper,
sleeps 6, fully loaded,
AC, microwave stereo
like new, $12.000. Pack-
age Deal $31,000 for
both. Call 537-8155, Iv.
msg.


Crestview- 2 homes
* 3 br, 2 ba, 1600sf
* 4 br, 2 ba, 2500sf
Share 3 acres of land off
Jim Green Rd. Great
investment property
$320K. 682-4280 or
699-4281

Foreclosures Buy
1-4bd Homes from
$199/mo Financing Refs
Available 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%aprl For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.


:+


Fo Rent








Don't miss your opportunity to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy Efficient
Beautiful QOualityBuih 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 1l month's rent.
Rent starting at 885.00 per month.
Rent to own Available.

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


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REAL ESTATEFOR SALE
7100- Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condol/ownhouse
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/mol 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%aprl For List-
in-s/Info
(800)482-9419.


7 Acre Lakefront & Log
Cabin Kit Only $89,900.
2128 sf Iog home kit &
spectacular 7 acre hard-
wood setting with deep
waterfront Prime AL
location-minutes from In-
terstatel Gated commu-
nity, paved roads, county
water, utilities. The finest
in waterfront living for
the discriminating buyer.
Lowest financing in
years Call now
800)564-5092, ask for
x 1110.


S7190
Coastal Georgia-
Gated Golf/ Waterfront
Community located be-
tween Savannah and St.
Simons Island. Fitness
Center, nature trails, ten-
nis, boat docks, Special
Pricing starting at $65k.
(877)266-7376.
Tenn Lake Salel 1+ Ac-
res Lake Access $19,900
w/ Free boat slips. Newly
Gently sloping acreage,
beautifully wooded, pri-
vate bass lake. Gorgeous
unspoiled setting- no
crowds, no noise. Or,
3.5 acre lakefront
$49,900. Must see. Ex-
cellent low rate financ-
ing. Call now
(888)792-5253, x1870.
Virginia Mountains 2
acres on mountaintop
near New River State
Park, great fishing, view,
private. $29,500 must
sell, call owner
(866)789-8535.



KISSIMEE, FL
WEEK 35,
ODD YEARS
2 bedroom 2 bath villa at
Westgate Resorts minutes
from Disney World and
other attractions. 35th
week every ODD year;
Please call 50j
581-0539 for more de-
tails.


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



NEW TODAY

IT'S A BUYER's
MARKET!
If you Need a home or
land it is a great time to
buyl For great buys and
truly professional service
of an experienced Agent
whether Buying or sell-
ing, Call
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806


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