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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2008

Today's Forecast
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A diploma double



Crestview, Laurel Hill

celebrate graduation

Crestview News Bulletin

North Okaloosa County played host to a gradu-
ation doubleheader this past Friday.
Laurel Hill started the night with graduation ex-
ercises in the school gymnasium.
Two hours later, Crestview held its graduation
ceremony in Jack Foster Stadium.
See more photos from both ceremonies on
Page A6 and at crestviewbulletin.com.


Above, the yellow rose and diploma received during
graduation ceremonies made for some very happy
members of the Laurel Hill Class of 2008.
At right, this Crestview High School grad used a fan
to fight sweltering temperatures while waiting for
graduation ceremonies to begin.
Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin





Crestview fire chief outlines department's plans


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Fire Depart-
ment Chief Joe Traylor
chuckles when he recalls
his early days with the
department.
Fifteen years ago, the
fire department had 14
total personnel. Two fire-
fighters, on average, were
on duty at a given time.
The 911 calls might go
unanswered if enough
emergencies occurred at
the same time
Much has changed
since then. Traylor recent-
ly visited the Crestview,
Chamber of Commerce
Governmental Issues
committee to outline the
steps the fire department


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Kyle Wright /Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Fire Department Chief Joe Traylor illustrates
how new facilities will improve the department's coverage
of the city.


has taken to grow with
the city.
"One of the things we
do is try to plan five to
10 years down the road,"
Traylor said. "We try to


project our needs, have
an idea of what equip-
ment replacement is go-
ing to be, how we can
fund it, and which way
the growth is."


The community soon
will see a visible sign
of the fire department's
growth with the opening
of the new public safety
building east of the North
Okaloosa Medical Cen-
ter. The new station will
house a new rescue truck
and the ladder truck cur-
rently at the station on
P.J. Adams Parkway. The
city used impact fees -
not taxpayer dollars to
build the facility.
The department also
could expand on the
north and south ends of
the city.
Traylor said the county
911 dispatch center on
P.J. Adams Parkway will

See PLANS A7


Principal's



report: RMS


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

This is a first of a series
of News Bulletin interviews
with area educators, looking
back over the successes of this
past year and facing the chal-
lenges of the coming year.

Richbourg Middle
School Principal Bob Jones
is pleased with how the last
year has treated his school.
"We feel good," Junes
said, "but of course we
won't know for sure until
the FCAT scores come in.
"Overall we'vehad what
we feel is a really good year.
We feel our FCAT scores
are going to be good. Our
number of potential retain-
ees is way down, which is
an overall indication that
our students are doing well
academically."

CHOICE program
The school's CHOICE
program has been a major
source of pride.
"We had the first mid-
dle school students in the
county who received na-
tional certification in IT,"
Jones said. "We had two
students, William Pohle
and Kyle Cabrillas, who
passed all three parts of
the national certification
test.


Brian Hughes /News Bulletin
Richbourg Middle School
Principal Bob Jones reviews
plans for the Shoal River
Middle School "outdoor
classroom."

"We've also had several
students this year who've
passed the national certi-
fication in construction,"
Jones continued. "Right
now, although they're not
old enough, they could get
a job in construction."

Budget crunch
Like all schools in the
county, Richbouirg faces a
budget crunch. The school
has taken several steps to
meet the challenge.
"We're of course doing
an energy conservation
program," Jones said. "We
feel we can save several

See RICHBOURG A7


Water, sewer issues


addressed during


city council meeting


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Water and sewer issues
emerged as the money
topics during the Crest-
view City County meeting
Monday night.
Administrative Ser-
vices Director Mike Wing
presented a draft of an or-
dinance revising the com-
putation of the city's water
and sewer impact fees.
The draft proposed a
residential water impact
fee of $1,000 (up from $625)
and a sewer impact fee of
$2,900 (up from $2,300).
Wing said Crestview's
current water and sewer
impact fees currently are
considerably less than that
of surrounding communi-
ties. The proposed impact
fees still would be less
than communities like Na-
varre, Destin and Niceville
if approved.


Earlier Monday, the
council unanimously au-
thorized city staff to work
with Gardnyr Michael
Capital, Inc., to determine
the best way to secure al-
most $5 million in financ-
ing for the city's water and
sewer project.
.Gardnyr Michael Capi-
tal representative Larry
Jackson and members of
city staff indicated interest
in issuing bonds to secure
the needed funds.
The council also heard
an update on the city's
litigation against National
Pipe and Plastics, Inc. Pub-
lic Services Director Wayne
Steele said the city has spent
almost $200,000 in repairs,
replacement pipe, engineer-
ing fees and attorney fees
because of what the city
believes was defective pipe
installed at the Raspberry

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Cub Scout salutes Doolittle hero


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Austin Carrico, 8, a Cub
Scout in Crestview Pack
530, and his dad, Kelly Car-
rico, got to see the seven
members of the surviving
11 Doolittle's Raiders dur-
ing their recent appearance
at Duke Field.
According to Kelly Car-
rico, Austin was getting Lt.
Col. Richard Cole's auto-
graph when he threw up
his hand in the Cub Scout
salute.
"Col. Cole was elated to
see this young boy doing
that, and he returned the


salute, then shook his hand
and thanked him," Kelly
Carrico said.
The April 1942 raid was
the first American attack
on the Japanese mainland
near the beginning of the
nation's involvement in
World War II.
Cole was Lt. Col. Jimmy
Doolittle's co-pilot during
the famous raid, which
raised American spirits af-
ter a series of Japanese at-
tacks on U.S. bases in the
Pacific.

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Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview Cub Scout Austin Carrico salutes Lt. Col.
Richard Coles, one of the original surviving Doolittle's
Raiders, during their recent appearance at Duke Field.


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TODAY
CAREER & JOB FAIR:
Wednesday from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Crestview
Community Center, located
at 1446 Commerce Drive.
Details: OWC Career
Resource Center, 729-5227.
Open to all area job seekers,
from students, graduates,
military, to the general
public. The focus will be
on full-time, part-time, or
summer employment and
internship opportunities
in business, health care,
public safety, banking,
contracting, management,
hospitality, and other fields.
The event is free of charge
and open to the public.

NORTH OKALOOSA
BAKER FIRE DIS-
TRICT: The Baker Fire Dis-
trict Board of Commission-
ers' June meeting has been
changed to Thursday at 7
p.m. at the Baker Fire Sta-
tion. Regular meetings are
held on the first Thursday
of each month. All meetings
are open to the public.
PREPARED FOR A
DISASTER?: The West
Florida Area Health
Education Center


is offering disaster
preparedness presentations
free of charge to any group
of 10 people or larger who
feels they could benefit
from the program.
A place for the
presentation must be
provided. For details or to
schedule a presentation,
please call Megan Whipple
at 682-2552 or e-mail
studewnt@wfahec.org.
NWF BLOOD
DRIVES: Friday, June 13,
Covenant Hospice, 370
West Redstone Avenue
Crestview, 12:30 p.m. to 4
p.m.
Saturday, June 14, Wal-
Mart, Crestview 10 a.m. to
3 p.m.
WORKING WOMEN
MEETING: Working
Women Express Network
meets June 19 from 5:30
- 7 p.m. at Coach n Four
on John King Road in
Crestview (special dinner
rates. Bring your business
cards and company
information to network.
Info for newcomers and
guests will be presented at
5:15 p.m.
Details: Susie Chestnut,
259-3001, susiechestnut@
gmail.com; Dawn
Mann, 398-8071 dawn@
heritage.gccoxmail.com;
or www.abwaworking-


womenexnet.org online.
VACATION BIBLE
SCHOOL: at First
Presbyterian Church's
FIESTA will run Mon,
June 23 Friday, June
27, starting with a light
supper each evening at
5:30 p.m. and finishing up
activities by 7:30 p.m. The
church is located at 492 N.
Ferdon Blvd corerr of U.S.
Highways 85 and 90).
For details or to register
for the big party, call 682-
2835 or e-mail fpc@fpc.
gccoxmail.com.
WOODLAWN BC
SCHEDULE: Vacation
Bible School at Woodlawn
Baptist Church is June 23-
27. Call 682-2924 for details.
A mission trip to
Canada is planned for
the first week of July. Trip
fundraisers include a yard
sale and car wash set for
Saturday from 7 a.m. to
noon in the church parking
lot near the office. Donate
yard sale items this week.
The church is located at 820
N. Ferdon Blvd.
CENTRAL BC VBS:
Kindergarteners through
fifth grade students are
-invited to join Central
Baptist Church for an
exciting VBS June 16-20
from 6-8 p.m. nightly. Call
682-5525 for details or stop
by the church office to pre-
register.
FREE PRE-K THIS
SUMMER: Walker
Elementary School is
hosting Volunteer Pre-K
from Jine 10 Aug. 6
from 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.


for five-year-olds who
are not in the volunteer
pre-kindergarten system
already. This is a free
program through the State
of Florida.
MONEY
ADVENTURE FOR
TEENS: University of
Florida Okaloosa County
Extension Service, will
hold three-day Money
Adventure Programs for
area youth ages 13-17.
Camps will be held daily
from 9 a.m. 4 p.m., with
registration each day at
8:30. Registration is $10
and a tuition fee of $50 is
due one week prior to the
start of camp.
Times and locations:
Fort Walton Beach: July 15-
17. Crestview: June 24-26.
Details: http: //okaloosa.
ifas.ufl.edu or call 689-5850.
OWC FOUR-DAY
WORK WEEK: Classes
and most college services
will begin a four-day
week at Okaloosa-Walton
SCollege from through Aug.
1, with hours of 7:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through
Thursday at the Niceville,
Fort Walton Beach,
Crestview, DeFuniak
Springs campuses and the
Hurlburt Field Center.
The Niceville campus
box office and Learning
Resources Center will
maintain regular hours
and continue to be open on
Friday, since they serve
more of the general public.
The college's center at Eglin
Air Force Base will also
continue Friday hours.


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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


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it OUT


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

Catch the Reading
Bug! Registration for the
Summer Reading Chal-
lenge begins today! Pick
up your reading log in
front of the Story Room.
It has all the details you'll
need. If you start reading
on Friday (the first day of
the reading log) and read
until July 12, you can earn
thirty funny money dol-
lars to spend at the Funny
Money Store! Reading
logs must be signed by a
parent or guardian and
turned in by July 17 at the
front desk. Reading cer-.
tificates willbe awarded
on July 23 at the Summer
Finale which begins at
10:15 a.m.! The Funn\


Money Store will be open
after the Summer Finale,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
July 26, and from 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. on July 28.
Don't miss this Zany
Czar of Sound on Friday
at 7 p.m.! Charlie Wil-
liams is "Noise Guy," a
vocal impressionist who
can imitate the sound of
planes, trains and auto-
mobiles! Hear Jack chop-
ping down a beanstalk
with a chainsaw! Marvel
at the flush of a power
toilet! Bring a'chair and
follow your ears to the
Old Spanish Trail stage.
' :Charlie Williams is
a kids' comedian who
encourages kids to laugh
at everyday annoyances
because humor is an
important life skill. He


shows kids how to put
some "ompf" into ono-
matopoeia. He has been
performing full-time
for ten years, published
three books and released
eight albums of noisy fun.
Enjoy traditional and not-
so-traditional stories told
in an energetic new way.
Good, noisy, family fun!
SHe teaches families
how to make noises of
their own and put them
into reading and storytell-
ing. You won't believe
your ears!
Charlie \ illia nm- w\as
born in St. Petersburg and
now besides in Seattle.
He's worked as a DJ,. a
cartoonist, a children's
librarian and a dishwash-
er a funny dishwasher.
He is the author and illus-
trator of "Flush! An Ode
to Toilets," a fun picture
book about the sounds of
a variety of toilets. The
comic illustrations and
rhyming text were pub-
lished by Sound Safari
Theater, a company that


still believes laughter is
the best medicine.
This free event is spon-
sored by the Crestview
Public Library and the
.Okaloosa County Public
Libr-r) Cooperative.
Family Library Time is
designed for families with
elementary and middle
school children, but all
are welcome: Please call
us with questions.

PROGRAMS
Summer Reading
Challenge Registration:
10 a.m. Wednesday, June
11 to 4 p.m. Saturday,
July 12; Ages 6 and up;
You may register any
at any point during the
challenge, but we en-
courage you to register as
close to the beginning as
possible.
Story Time in the
Meeting Room: 10:15
a.m. Wednesday or
Thursday; Ages 3 and up;
This week's theme is "I
Love You, Dad!" We will
celebrate dads with sto-


ries, songs, and a craft to
take home to Dad!; Next
week's theme is "Back-
yard Safari."
Summer Stories in the
Story Room: 10:15 a.m.
Wednesday; Ages 6 and
up; This week's theme is
"I Love You, Dad!" We
will celebrate dads with
stories, songs, and a pres-
ent to take home to Dad!;
Next week's theme is
"Backyard Safari."
Teen Book Club in the
Story Room: 2:15 p.m.
Wednesday; Ages 12 and
up; Book is "Chasing Ver-
meer" by Blue Balliett
Chapter Book Club
in the Story Room: 10:15
a.m. Thursday; Ages 9
and up; Book is "How
to Eat Fried Worms" by
Thomas Rockwell
Summer Reading
Challenge Reading be-
gins!: Friday, June 13;
Ages 6 and up.
Teen Wii Time in the
Meeting Room: 2 to 4
p.m. Friday, June 13; Ages
12 and up


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The return of Indiana Jones


Crystal Skull delightful, escapist romp


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

I had a blast at "Indi-
'ana Jones and the King-
dom of the Crystal Skull."
With my brain carefully
,removed and tucked un-
der my seat, I was ready
for two hours of pure cin-
ematic escape and was not
disappointed.
The film is suffused
with a warm familiarity.
George Lucas' seemingly
outrageous plots are tem-
pered by Steven Spiel-
berg's deft direction, and
then wrapped up in John
Williams' grand orchestral
score.
As the film unspools
at its lively clip, you have
no time to pause and con-
sider the preposterousness
of the story unfolding on
the screen.
Could someone survive
a nuclear blast inside a
lead-lined fridge, even
when it hurtles him half
a mile away? Can a teen
Marlon Brando-wannabe
fence while straddling
two field cars charging
through the jungle? We
have no time to stop and
ponder the question be-
cause the next scene is
already unfolding.
I delighted in the al-
lusions to previous Indy
adventures: the vast gov-


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ernment warehouse full
of secrets too touchy to
share with the public; the
brief glimpse of the lost -
ark; and, of course, Indy's
reunion with Marion.
I loved the little hom-
ages to Indy's father and
Dr. Marcus Brody, Indy's
museum director pal.
I didn't mind that the
mature Indiana warranted
a youthful sidekick, and
was pleased with the
respect the story allotted
young Mutt for his wiser
mentor.
Today's screen violence
often seems ridiculously
gratuitous and needlessly
gory, but "Crystal Skull"
offered fight scenes in
which tongues were firm-
ly in cheek. The violence
was so stylized that it was
practically ballet.


The line between good
guys and bad guys is
clearly delineated. Nazis
have been replaced by
Russkies, and everyone
knows how bad they were.
Toss in lavish sets,
mysterious, exotic foreign
locales and cultures, our
fascination with UFOs, all
mixed with larger-than-
life personalities in over-
the-top situations, and
you have a, great couple of
hours.
I left the Rave happily
humming John Williams'
"Raiders March," feel-
ing the $8.50 I paid (for
a matinee, no less!) was
well worth it.
When I want escapist
fare, I want the best, and
you can't beat Mssrs. Lu-
cas, Spielberg and Jones
for concocting it.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The growth of north
Okaloosa County has
brought with it a welcome
expansion of local arts
and entertainment. The
News Bulletin is proud to
encourage the arts in our
community by dedicating
a weekly page to our cul-
tural pursuits.

Summer Art Camp
It's not too late to sign
your 6- to 12-year-old up
for Summer Art Camp.
Let them exercise their
creative muscles in a va-
riety of media including
clay and paintings.
The camp is supervised
by Crestview High School
art teacher Laurel Siwicki.
Instructors include some
of her award-winning
advance placement stu-
dents.
Tuition is $75 per stu-
dent. Art Camp will be
held daily June 16-20 in
CHS Room 352 from 8
a.m. until noon. Call Si-
wicki at (850) 689-7177,
x2520, or cell (305) 310-
2838 to register or for
more information.

Music & More
Theatre Workshops
It's also not too late to get
in the act as Florida Chau-
tauqua Theatre presents
its Music and More Dance
and Movement Workshops,
next week, June 16-20.
Workshop One (Grades


3-5) meets 2-3 p.m. Work-
shop Two (Grades 6-8)
meets from 3-4 p.m. at the
Florida Chautauqua The-
atre, 840 Baldwin Ave., De-
Funiak Springs. Call (850)
892-9494 for information,
or e-mail info@fcweb.org.

OWC Art Exhibits
.Two new art exhibits
will be on display June 22
through July 24 at the Mat-
tie Kelly Fine and Perform-
ing Arts Center Galleries at
Okaloosa-Walton College in
Niceville. Both of the exhib-
its are free and open to the
public.
In the McIlroy Gallery,
selections from the OWC
galleries' permanent collec-
tion and recent acquisitions
will be featured. Works by
Emil Holzhauer and Salva-


dor Dali, and masks from
around the world from the
Dr. Anne and Dr. Henning
Harmuth Collection, will be
on display.
S The Holzhauer Gallery
will feature a selection of
watercolors by the late Ma-
rie Snow Greene, a student
and friend of Emil Hol-
zhauer.
The OWC galleries are
open Monday to Thursday
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For more
information, contact the
galleries at (850)729-6044 or
visit www.owc.edu/arts.

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When the promise of
an addition to the classic
Indiana Jones films of the
1980s surfaces just short
of two decades after the
final film of the trilogy
is released, excitement
among fans, especially
those who grew up
with Dr. Jones, is hardly
containable.
I was ready to see a
great piece of work. With
the title bearing "Indiana
Jones," my expectations
were very high.
But a few minutes into
"Indiana Jones and the
Kingdom of the Crystal
Skull," I discovered
something annoying. I
dare say George Lucas
decided to apply a filter to
the film. Instead of seeing
high-definition images
common to the Rave
Theater in Destin, every
Sdge was blurry, and
ach scene simply looked
worn.


The next nuisance
began developing as
talk about alien life
forms began littering
the dialogue shortly
after the opening action
scenes. It seemed below
an archeologist superior
to be involved in a
scandal befitting Area 51.
Throughout the movie
I was taken from Jones'
world into a cheesy
X-Files rip-off.
The plot seemed to be
pieced together from so
many forms of cinema
that the tape holding it .
all together could barely
hold. The film featured so
many themes that never
fit in any sensible way.
Indiana has always
been a witty, wisecracking
hero. His main weapon,
archeology, and the
fascinating aspects of
his brilliance are left out
in favor of more alien
mysteries.
The Nazis of the
older films were so well-
conceived and evil that


their quests for power
were believable. However,
the clumsy Russian army
in this film never seemed
to be that dangerous.
It often posed more a
threat to itself than the
protagonists.
Where the "Indiana
Jones" movies have
always shined is in the
combat scenes, specifically
combat atop moving
vehicles. I was thrilled
these scenes held true to
classic Jones films.
After the prairie dogs,
nuclear-explosion-proof
refrigerator, man-eating
giant ants, hypnotizing
skull, vine swinging
monkeys and even cross-
dimensional beings, I feel
cheated. It wasn't Indiana
Jones. In its place was one
more inane adventure
movie riddled with bad
jokes and a flimsy plot.

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Crestview City Councilman Charles Baugh on patrol with
police Sgt. John Cook Friday morning.



Councilman meets


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Entering the job in
mid-term, Crestview's
newest city councilman,
Charles Baugh, wasted
no time getting a feel for
the job.
Friday morning found
Baugh patrolling the


streets of the city with
Crestview Police Sgt.
John Cook.
On Saturday Council-
man Baugh joined the
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment for a day of observ-
ing and learning. He had
previously visited two of
the Fire Department's sta-
tions.


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marquee and on the front door thank the community for
"19 wonderful years" and that Coach 'N' Four is "sad to
close" the U.S. 90 location. The signs direct customers
to the restaurant's other Crestview location on John King
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A car wash will be
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sale.
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4. Tickets are $2, or three


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

I. Call meeting to order
II. Prayer and Pledge of
Allegiance
III. Public Comments
IV. Approve minutes
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2. Mayor's Report
3. Fire Chief's Report
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Card to wed Burgess plan


Donald and Jeanette Prat-
er of Crestview announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Pamela, to Stephen Card,
son of Darrell and Susan
Card of Holt.
Pamela graduated from
Crestview High School and
attends the University of
West Florida, where she will
receive electrical and com-
puter engineering degrees.
Stephen is a graduate of
Baker High School and at-
tends the University of West
Florida. where he will re-
ceive an electrical engineer-
ing degree.
... The wedding is planned
for April 4, 2009 at New Be-
ginnings Church.


wedding

Joel and Janet Carden
of Baker announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Tara Ann Carden, to An-
drew Garrett Burgess, son
of Kurt and Frankie Burgess
of Crestview.
Tara is a graduate of Bak-
er High School and a teacher
at Kids Discovery. Andrew
attended Crestview High
School and is enrolled at the
University of West Florida.
He works for L-3 Commu-
nications.
The wedding will take
place Oct. 4, 2008 at First
United Methodist Church
in Crestview.


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Newspapers

Laurel Hill man dies
in Sunday accident
A Laurel Hill man was
,killed Sunday morning
when the pickup truck he
;was riding in hit a utility
pole.
James Matthew Jud-
Lkins, 20, of Laurel Hill,
'was driving a 1993 Ford
,F-150 north on State
. 'Road 85 when the vehicle
veered onto the shoulder.
The truck came to rest in
a driveway after hitting
.the utility pole, accord-
ing to the news release
from the Florida High-
way Patrol.
Judkins' passenger in
:the truck, Craig Allen
Demara, 21, of Laurel
Hill, was pronounced
dead at the scene of the
crash. Neither man was
wearing a seatbelt.
SJudkins sustained mi-
hor injuries in the crash,
according to FHP.
. Tests are pending to
'determine if alcohol was
a factor in'the crash.


Man charged with
aggravated assault
with firearm
A Crestview man has
been charged with aggra-
vated assault with a fire-
arm with intent to kill after
a June 7 incident near Ak-
ers of Strawberries, accord-
ing to an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office report.
Vickie Caine and Jerry
J. Moran were standing
in front of the strawberry
patch when Caine's hus-
band, James Robert Caine
Jr., allegedly removed a
silver handgun from his
truck and pointed it at
them and stated, "I'll take
care of ya'll."
Caine told police he did
not point a gun at anyone,
but does carry a handgun
for shooting coyotes. Caine
told police Moran came at
him with a stick.
Investigators recovered
a firearm from the front
seat of Caine's vehicle.
According to the report,
Vickie and James Caine are
still legally married, but
have been separated for
more than a year.


IRICHBOURG continued from Al


'ousand dollars by turn-
=g things off and cutting
our energy use."
'" Jones acknowledged,
."'we' e had to cut back
:on some of our support
,staff. We've had to cut
,.some custodian hours."
41 Three Richbourg
"achers have been cut to
part-time status, though
6ones said two of them
.asked to go part time.
."We're trying to keep
the cuts as far from the
classroom as possible,"
Jones said.
Still, he had to dismiss
one teacher, a sixth-grade
language arts and math
instructor, in her first
year as a teacher.
"To have to lay some-
one off makes it very
personal and very hard,"
Jones said.
"We've worked hard
here to reduce our bud-
get. We've been very fru-
gal with our spending."
One method Rich-
bourg has saved money
is by not refilling posi-
tions when someone re-
signs.
Looking at registra-
'tion figures for the next
school year, Jones feels
confident Richbourg
won't be affected by a re-
duced enrollment.
' "We won't have to cut
:.further due to the num-
*ber of students register-
.ing," Jones said.

:Shoal River
Shoal River Middle
.School, set to open in Au-
-:2gust of 2009, is going to
:-command much of Jones'
attention over the sum-
mner
"Oh, it's awesome!" he
-.exclaimed. "They have the
rooff on three of our class-
croom wings right now. Ev-
.ery time we go over there
:,we're even more excited."
SOne of the school's most
exciting features isn't even
\going to be under those
:roofs, Jones said.
: An "outdoor class-
-room," complete with a
-wetlands area, will offer
:educational opportunities
'in many disciplines.
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be taking part in it across
all the curriculum areas,"
Jones said, including sci-
ence, math, arts and con-
struction classes. The lat-
ter will help build benches
and boardwalks.

Summary
Summing up the just-
ended school year, "we
felt like we had a great
year. We had very few
problems," Jones said.
"The reason it went
smooth is we have a won-
derful faculty and ad-
ministrative staff here. I
told them, I'm just proud
to hang out here. They're
always willing to jump in
and take care of the kids.
It's a wonderful place to
work and learn."


Road lift station in 2002.
The cost of the original pipe
and installation was about
$53,000.

Other business
Ellis Conner from Main
Street Crestview Associa-
tion offered recommenda-
tions for use of CRA funds
in the city's next budgeting
process.
Notable recommenda-
tions included improve-
ments to the avenues and
alleys east and west of Main
Street, in addition to the pur-
chase of barricades for safe-
ty and crowd control during
public events.
Conner also asked the
council to consider estab-
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The council unani-
mously authorized Mayor
David Cadle to sign an
agreement to accept the
Charles V. Hasty Collection
for future display in the
city. The collection includes
a child-size train and other
unique items. The collec-
tion will be displayed at the
Baker Block Museum until
the city has an appropriate
location available.
As part of the consent
agenda, the council ap-
proved site construction
and floor plans for Child-
care Network, a commercial
daycare facility on Brook-
meade Drive just south of
Banner Court.

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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11 2008








What are NODs?
NOD- are "North Okaloosa Deeds." Every
other week e'7ll te c -ic171 pcopie a1d i,, ., -
ti1 ; W'll O 't.tOried GIood Ni.,it/i Lt-O Lo-.,'.
Deeds. Pele iwiho perflrim Cood NODL I;Dill
receive 11 i erlfilate fi'oni th< Cii-t.'t'w N.jC.;
Bulletin. Ve 11 also -/hak o Cr cl0c'L h l I'Cad-
at soe 'Bad North OCk/ioL ,,i DeedI

Good NODS
A Good NOD to Walker Elementary
School third-grade teacher Lynda Woods,
who likely saved the lives of several chil-
dren who were on the school bus that was
involved in an accident on Ma\' 28 Accord-
ing to multiple accounts, Woods took time
to make sure all of the students on the bus
had their seat belts fastened. "'l' daughter
and my mother-m-law both said that N rs.
Woods went up and down the aisle and
checked ever\ child's seat belt and repeat-
edly said 'seat belts save lives,' according
to a post on the crestvi\ewbulletn.coim mes-
sage board. "Had Mrs. \WVoods not insisted
that they all wear their seat belts, the out-
come would surely have been different."
A Good NOD to former Crestriew
High School baseball star and current
LSU standout Blake Dean for his stellar
performance with the Tiger baseball team.
Dean was named national player of the
week by Collegiate Baseball magazine alter
earning MVP honors during LSU's run to
the Southeastern Conference tournament
title. Dean then was Most Outstanding
Player of the Baton Rogue Regional as the
Tigers advanced to the Round of 16 in the
NCAA tournament. Dean also went 5-tor-5
in the third and deciding game of LSU s
Super Regional victory against UC Irvine
on Monday. Dean's two-run homer in
the first inning set the tone for the Tigers'
21-7 romp. Dean and LSU will play in the
College World Series starting Saturday in
Omaha, Neb.

Bad NODS
A Bad NOD to motorists who refuse
to yield to emergency vehicles A News
Bulletin staff member was en route to an
assignment in Laurel Hill last week when
he saw a driver refuse to move to the side
of the road to allow an emergency vehicle
to pass. The southbound emergency ve-
hicle was forced to mo\e into the north-
bound lane to pass the stubborn motorist.
These motorists also cause a hazard to the
people who do pull off to the side to allow
emergency vehicles to pass as their achons
increase the possibilit of fender-benders.

Do /you kno4' of somieoucali who perfl. rmuid a
"Good North Oknloosa Deed"? Call 65S-6524
or e-mail kX/liew crest'tewbullleti.co'. I\Ve'll
reco iize tIei do-i ool- deO r in /it e Crcsti'i.t', Ne'w
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Profundity
Brian Hughes

Congratulations to the Class of '08! You've
probably still got Sir Edward Elgar's Pomp
and Circinstance A larch No 1 ringing in your
ears. (He wrote four more if you're inter-
ested.) Here's a quotation about music from
him.

"There is music ini the air, /sllIic
all around Lus, the world is fill of
it anud /tou simply take as Imucli as
/you reqlirc. "

SIR EDWARD ELGAR.
OM, GVCO
(1857 -1934)
English Romantic-era composer


PASSING Bigger photos, new blogs


Kyle Wright highlight improvements


We owe an assist to a
reader who left a post on
our crestviewbulletin.com
Web site.
This reader wondered
why we couldn't post
larger versions of photos
on the site.
We indeed were posting
small photos, following
previous guidelines for
online photos.
When readers clicked
on the "click here to en-
large" button, they some-
times got smaller versions
of the image.
We looked into the mat-
ter, and it turns out we can
post photos bigger than
before.
You won't get poster-
sized photos, but in the
future you should get
images large enough for
worthwhile printouts.
STo "Concerned Reader"
who brought this to our
attention: Thank you!

New blogs, new look
Visitors to the crest-


viewbulletin.com Web
site will see a new look to
the "News Bloggers" sec-
tion.
Online Editor Greg Al-
len created a fresh look for
our blogs. Best of all, the
new design allows you to
see when blogs have been
updated. (And we will up-
date them!)
Two new bloggers de-
buted this past week.
General Manager Jason
Mobley writes "Opinion-
ated Chaos." In Jason's
words, he chose the title
because he is an opinion-
ated person and because
sometimes bur lives are
chaos.
Sports Editor Randy
Dickson writes in the
"North End Zone." Randy
will focus on the sports
and athletes in north Oka-
loosa County, and also
will offer his thoughts on
timely regional or national
issues.
Also visit our three
holdover blogs.


Reporter Brian Hughes
expands on his travel col-
umns and anything else
that might have his dan-
der up in the "Border
Crossings" blog.
Greg Allen offers tech-
nology thoughts, news
and advice in "Tech Talk."
If you are wondering why
your latest high-tech gad-
get won't work, try Greg's
blog. Chance are, he'll of-
fer a solution.
Finally, check out com-
mentary on local news
events, extra tidbits from
News Bulletin stories and
sports stat analysis in my
"Passing Shots" blog.

A fine art
We're clearing some
space on Page A3 of the
Wednesday News Bulletin
for focus on community
arts and entertainment.
The page generally will
include the Check It Out
column from the Crest-
view library, puzzles and
games, and community


arts and entertainment
news from Brian Hughes.
The page debuts today.

Some fine shots
Submit photos of
your catch or game for
publication in the Hook &.
Trigger Trophy Gallery on
the first Saturday of the
month.
Send photos and details
to outdoors@crestview-
bulletin.com, or bring the
photos to our office.
We no longer print
a separate Hook &
Trigger publication, but "
we'll publish anything
you would have wanted
in the Hook & Trigger in
the regular print edition of
the Crestview News Bul-
letin.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Read his
NBA Finals prediction and -
find out if he cried at his
high school graduation in
the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.com.


Guest Editorial: Real Political Competition


Americans like to com-
pete. It validates what
works and gradually
eliminates that which
doesn't.
Libertarians believe in
competition. The great-
est amount of happiness
and prosperity comes
from people being able to
compete in a free market
where individual rights
are preserved by a gov-
ernment limited in its
power. This leads to last-
ing benefits for both indi-
viduals and society.
Yet for the last 150
years our leaders only
came from only the Re-
publican or Democratic
parties. As ridiculous as
it seems, what we hear
is every solution, every
possibility, every good,
comes from either column


R or column D, and no-
where else.
That, of course, is not
by accident. Supposed
competitors, the major
parties are more like an
old married couple that
through hard experience
knows what to argue
about and what not to
argue about. Over time,
by the skillful use of laws
they created, parties have
suppressed political com-
petition to their mutual
advantage.
You pay a huge cost
for this cozy political ar-
rangement. Your taxes are
higher. There are more
bureaucrats who can tell
you what to do with your
property. The wars on
poverty, drugs and terror
regularly consume tril-
lions of dollars of Ameri-


can's wealth. The major
parties have enabled
an America where your
financial activities are
monitored, your travel
restricted, and putting up
a sign on your own prop-
erty saying you like can-
didate so-and-so without
telling the government
could land you in jail for
a year (FS 106.071). There
is no area of life the gov-
ernment cannot monitor,
regulate, or intervene. All
the while the Republicans
and Democrats talk about
change. The only change
they bring is greater
government power over
our lives, as they always
have.
Libertarians know
America can do better.
Instead of debating
how big a tax increase


should be, the debate
should be about eliminat-
ing government spend-
ing, eliminating self-
serving bureaucracies
and limiting the power
of lawmakers.Let people.;
decide matters for them-,.
selves, as long as they do
not use force or fraud on.
each other. The end result,
is lower taxes and more
options. In a word, free-
dom.
Only a Libertarian can
say that, and that is real
political competition.

Peter J. Blome
Niceville
(Peter J. Blome is a re-
tired military officer and
Secretary of the Libertarian
Party of Okaloosa County\. ,
He can be contacted at
blomep@cox.net)


techTalk) A video game made him do it?


By GREG ALLEN
Crestview News Bulletin

I came across a story via
Gamepolitics.com in which
a New Zealand man named
Tim Reid and a friend (both
recently bailed) decided
to celebrate newfound
freedom with a road trip
to New Plymouth. An of-
ficer saw them speeding
and gave chase until Reid
crashed his car.
Reid escaped on foot,
but his buddy remained
and was questioned by
the officer. Reid came back
from behind the officer,
pushed him down on the
.ground and assaulted him.
Reid then took the patrol
car after his buddy knocked
the officer unconscious.


The two were chased
through a road block, de-
stroying the tires, and were
finally captured.
Here's where this gets
interesting. Reid's lawyer,
at Reid's trial in May, an-
nounced Reid began smok-
ing pot/at the age of 5, had
been abused both sexually
and physically as a child,
had been arrested under
many violent account, and
even now was a drug and
alcohol abuser.
The guy leads a very sad
life.
The kicker is Reid also
plays Grand Theft Auto.
According to the article,
Reid's lawyer blamed the
man's actions heavily on
the game, saying the game
encouraged Reid's delin-


quency and is to blame for
his actions that night.
There's no denying the
guy needs to be sentenced
to jail. Yet to let a video
game rule so heavily on
a court proceeding when
other more pressing issues
are at hand degrades the
seriousness of this man's al-
leged crimess.
First, I want to know
if he is mentally stable. I
don't deny he had a rough
childhood, but I'm assum-
ing that childhood had
much more of an impact on
his life than the digitized
forms causing havoc in a
digitized world.
Secondly, seeing as he
had just been released from
jail, how did he absorb
himself in a GTA game so


thoroughly he was able
to play as much as he
claimed? I know many jails
include recreation time in
which some employ video
games as an option, but
time like that is often struc-
tured.
Reading this story, I'm
left with the conclusion
that Reid's lawyer should
have stuck a finger at the
courtroom and proclaimed,
"Real life made him do it!"
That is, if anything needs to
be blamed at all. No matter
your actions, you should
deal with the consequences.

Do you agree with Greg's
take on this story? Tell him
why or why not at the Tech
Talk blog at crestviewbulletin.
com.


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General Manager
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Office Manager
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WAIEFNESDAYV .1J INFE 11 .2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin IA9


* A OSACON CRM EPT


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
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
registration expired for more
than 6 months.
5/5: DAVID GEORGE EZZO,
56, of 4050 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crest-
view, was charged with battery-
touch or strike, driving under
the influence of alcohol or drugs,
driving with expired license. *
ROBERT H. ALLEN, 20, of 109
Randolph Court, Crestview, was
charged with battery/domes-
tic violence and introduction
of contraband into a detention
facility. EDWARD WILLIAM
WALLACE, 46, of 5697 Seminole
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, third of-


fense.
5/6: RONDABATTLE DRAPE,
45, 405 Benjamin St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended due to finan-
cial responsibility-no vehicle in-
surance. TRELLIOUS MORE,
29, of 2436 Beach Boulevard Apt.
P2, Biloxi, Miss., was charged
with dealing in stolen property.
* EMBERS R. SMITH, 28, of 1661
Rousllien Drive, New Orleans,
La., was charged with posses-
sion of marijuana. BRITTANY
JEAN MOODY, 21, of 2436 Beach
Blvd., Biloxi, Miss., was charged
with dealing in stolen property
and possession of marijuana. *
DWIGHT LONNIE DOBSON,
22, of 404 Oak Place, Crestview,
was charged with battery (do-
mestic violence). LAURA JEAN
STEWART, 27, of 569 Third Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with so-
licitation of prostitution.
5/8: SHANNON RENARD
JAMES, 21, of 233 Seminole Trail,


Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on charges o f possession
less than 20 grams of marijuana,
drug paraphernalia, and a leg-
end drug without a prescription.
* KENNETH TYRONE GRANT,
21, of 100 Terrell Dr., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended, first offense.
* RONNIE BROWN JR., A.K.A.
RONNIE WALLS JR., 19, of 696
Long Drive, Crestview, was
charged with resisting arrest
without violence and obstruction
by disguise.
5/9: EDWIN RODRIGUEZ,
45, of 367 E. Field Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with operat-
ing a motor vehicle without a.
valid license. CHESTER LYNN
TURNER, 38, of 4173 Hwy. 87 S.,
Navarre, Fla., was issued a notice
to appear on charges of.posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana and drug paraphernalia.
5/10: WILLIAM THAD BAI-
LEY, 41, of 397 Moultrie Dr.,


DeFuniak Springs, was charged
with refusal to submit to an
Intoxilyzer 8000 test and driv-
ing while license suspended
with knowledge, first offense. *
JACKIE CORTEZ COOPER, 46,
of 2818 Jelly Lane, Crestview, wa
s charged with failure to register
as a sexual offender. MICHAEL
ANTHONY HATFIELD, 38, of
513 Samana Way, Niceville, was
charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
5/11: JAVARIS M. SKINNER,
29, of 192 Swaying Pine Court,
Crestview, was charged with do-
mestic violence/battery offend-
er knew victim was pregnant.


Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
4/13: DANIEL PAUL ACE,
SR., 36, of 5308 Kervin Road,
Crestview, was charged with
child abuse and battery/domes-


tic violence.
4/14: MARK ANTON, SR., 49,
of 2916 Wisteria Ave., Crestview,
was charged with felony bat-
tery/domestic violence.
4/16: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with bat-
tery on a law enforcement officer
(CO).
4/21: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with bur-
glary to a dwelling and grand
theft.
4/22: ELROY FRANKLIN
MADDEN, 26, of 5170 Quince
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with battery/domestic violence.
* WILBURN JOHNATHAN
FLEMING, 64, of 2700 Essie Lane,
Crestview, was charged with ag-
gravated battery by choking/do-
mestic violence and aggravated
assault/domestic violence.
4/30: JILL ELIZABETH
LONG, 27, of 798 Dixie St., Crest-
view, was charged with welfare
fraud.


5/1: CHESTER W. WIL-
LIAMS, was issued a notice to
appear on a charged of causing
air pollution and violation rules'
of reg. ref. burning.
5/3: BRANDON HOWARD
MCGOWAN, 21, of 517 Southern
Court, Apt. 124, Crestview, Fla.,
was charged with grand theft to-
taling more than $5,000 and less
than $10,000.
5/9: EDWIN ROSS TAYIOR,
21, of 111 Sikes Drive, Crestview,
was charged with dealing in sto-
len property and two counts of
grand theft firearm.
5/10: JOHN PAUL PARRIS,
31, was charged with dealing
in stolen property (firearm) and
possession of a firearm by a con-
victed felon.
5/13: JONATHAN EDWARD
BERRY, 31, of 129 Jeff St., Crest-
view, was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance,
to wit: cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.


Interesting tales from the north county's police files


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More adventures from
area law enforcement ar-
rest reports.

But Please Don't
Steal her Socks
A 48-year-old Crest-
view woman was arrested
for DUI after rear-ending
another vehicle.
Asked for her registra-
tion, "she instantly became
hysterical and stated, 'I
promise I'll make it good.
Don't do this to me.'"
When she went to re-
trieve her registration from
her Ford Explorer, she
"lost her balance, falling
into the driver's side of her
vehicle."
Her husband, who had
arrived on the scene, re-
trieved the registration for
the officer.
After flunking the field
sobriety exercises with fly-
ing colors, she begged the
officer "not to take her to
jail, stating 'my husband
will divorce me if this hap-
pens again.'
En route to the jail, the
officer "was able to detect


POLICE


By Brian Hughes

an odor of alcoholic bever-
ages, despite the Plexiglas
partition in between me
and" the defendant, whose
"emotions ranged from
anger to apologetic."
Informing the officer
that it was her second
DUI arrest, she pleaded
with him "not to put her
into a cell with someone
who 'would steal her
socks.'"
Later, while preparing
for the breathalyzer test,
she begged both officers
present to "'give her a hug,'
then became upset and
stated her' husband was
going to divorce her and
stated she was angry with
me for arresting her and
ruining her marriage."
She told the officer "she
often drinks to help her
deal with family prob-
lems."


I'm a Cop! No, I'm
on the posse! No ...
A CPD officer was
summoned to an area ho-
tel by a concerned clerk.
She reported a man tried
to check in, saying he was
with the U.S. Marshal's
office and the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, and
that the state of Florida
had reserved a room for
him.
"She said he tried to
pay for the room using a
Wal-Mart gift card," ac-
cording to the report.
When the motel
wouldn't accept the gift
card, "he attempted to
give her verbally two dif-
ferent credit card num-
bers that were not valid."
As the suspect left the
hotel, the officer searched
area businesses until she


found a man matching
his description dining at
a local waffle emporium.
With a backup officer
present, she asked for the
man's identification.
He said "he was with
the U.S. Marshal's of-
fice and gave me a badge
number... He also said
he was with the Florida
Highway Patrol," 'and
provided another badge
number.
Oh, and he was also
"with the Posse and his
badge number was 30."
Asked for identifica-
tion, he stated "he had
not received his plate."
When the man was
eventually identified, it
turned out he had vio-
lated a trespass warning
by returning to the motel.
A search revealed he also
had "a DirecTV remote
control on his person."
The hotel clerk assured
the officer "all of the ho-
tels use cable and not Di-
.recTV."
The 35-year-old man
was arrested for trespass-
ing and falsely imper-
sonating an officer. The
remote control went into
evidence.


Steak Out
On a recent afternoon,
two Crestview gentlemen,
one 45 years old and one 42
years old, casually depart-
ed a supermarket toward
the south end of town.
Apparently it was an
unsuccessful shopping trip
as they departed empty
handed. Well, apart from
the three packs of fresh
rib eye steaks tucked un-
der the 45-year-old's red
T-shirt.
The 42-year-old had
been arrested before at the
same store for the theft of
steaks.
Asked by the Crestview
Police officer to remove the
steaks from his shirt, the
45-year-old complied.
"I'm not sure how these
got there," he told the offi-
cer, according to his arrest
report.
Both men were arrested
for retail theft. Maybe, if
they're lucky, the county
jail has a steak night.

DWB (Driving
While Blind)
Police stopped a Crest-
view motorist after they
observed him "swerv-


ing back ard forth" in the
wrong lane of traffic and
nearly running over sev-
eral people during a local
festival.
Officers noticed his
"eyes were very watery
and bloodshot," and they
could "detect an odor of an
alcoholic beverage."
Asked for his license
and registration, "he asked
if it was really necessary to
go through this."
When officers asked him
to take the running vehicle
out of gear, the driver "had
trouble figuring out if the
vehicle was in park."
The driver agreed to
perform field sobriety exer-
cises. Asked if he suffered
from any medical condi-
tion that might prevent
him from performing the
exercises, he "stated yes."
"I asked (the defendant)
which condition did he suf-
fer from," the officer wrote
in her report.
The man "stated he was
HIV positive and it has
caused him to go blind."
I reckon that explains
why he was driving in the
wrong lane. Nevertheless,
he was off to the county
hoosegow on DUI charges.


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Fall registrations
Registration for soccer,
football and cheerleading
continues through July 11
at Twin Hills Recreation
Center.
The soccer program
is for youths age 15 and
younger and is divided into
age groups U6, U8, U10,
U12 and U15.
Football is open to ages
6-11 with divisions for ages
6-8 and 9-11.
Cheerleading is for those
12 and younger.
Cost for each of the
programs $60 for Crestview
city residents and $65 for
those living outside the city.
For more information call
682-4715.

Kids Fishing
Wal-Mart is sponsor-
ing "Take a Kid Fishing,"
Saturday from 8 a.m. until
noon at Twin Hills Park.
You can bring your own
pole, or one will be pro-
vided.

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

CAYA football
and cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration
will continue each Saturday
until all divisions are filled.
Registration will be
held from 9 am. to noon
at the CHS football field
house. For information
call 398-8409 or e-mail:
GontactCAYA@gmail.com

Soccer camp
Crestview High School
girls soccer coach Carlos
Bonilla has announced
plans for a summer soccer
camp.
The camp dates are
between June 16 and July
25. Players can register on
the first day of the camp.
SSessions 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.
For details, contact
Bonilla at 902-3249 or visit
hubcityhurricanesoccer.com

Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Youth
Association golf tournament
is set for June 20 with a
shotgun start at 12:45 p.m.
Format is four-person Florida
scramble.
Check-in/registration is
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
at Adara Golf Club, 1111
Shoal River Drive.
Advance registration is
$40 per person (check must
be received by June 13).
On-site registration only after
June 13, at $50 per person
Register 4-person team
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Every rl,ei r .'. '11 be en-
tered to win raffle prizes
Mail check to: CAYA
Golf Tourney: PO Box 331,
Crestview, FL 32536
See BRIEFS B3


White excited to lead CHS gir

Randy Dickson White isn't a stranger |
Crestview News Bulletin to the girls game. He 'o


Keith White has worn
many hats during his five
years at Crestview High
School.
White is an an assis-
tant coach with the Bull-
dog football and baseball
teams. He also coached
the varsity softball team
for two years.
White recently added
a new hat girls basket-
ball coach. He replaces
Sarah King who stepped
down at the end of the
school year.


coached nine years at Ver-
non and Holmes County,
where he led his teams to
several region semifinals
and one region final.
"I'm real excited about
taking over and getting
them going in the right
direction," he said. "I feel
like we have a lot of work
to do to get us back on
track to where we need to
be and turn it around to
be a winning program.
"I've had some pretty
good teams, and I've had
some players sign some


Keith White
scholarships. And I'm re-
ally looking forward to
it."


Is hoops

White believes in a
solid, fundamental ap-
proach.
"We are going to try
to get them to do three
things; we are going to
play hard, we are going to
play fast and we are going
to play defense," he said.
"I've only had four
(summer) practices with
them, but I'm real excited
about the effort they've
given."

Welcome Coach White
to the program by posting
a note at crestviewbulletin.
com.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
David Pyle dives safely back to first base during action against Niceville this past spring. Pyle and the rest of the
returning CHS players will host the Justin Richards Scholarship Tournament this weekend.



Diamond Dawgs gear




up for busy weekend


CHS hosts annaul Justin Richards Scholarship Tournament


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

f you can't get
enough high
school baseball
there's some good
news for yo,u.
The 2008 Justin
Richards Scholarship
Tournament gets
underway at 9 a.m.
Thursday at Crestview
High School. The event
concludes Saturday
with a 7 p.m. title
game.
Full-day admission
each day is $4 for
adults and $3 for
students.


JUSTIN RICHARDS SCHOLARSHIP TOURNEY
Local game times lall local games at CHS unless noted))
Crestview Red: 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday: 9 a.m.
Friday; 9 a.m. Friday
Crestview White: 11:30 a.m. Thursday: 1 1:30 am.
Friday: 2 and 4:30 p.r. Saturday
Baker: 9 am. and 11:30 a.m. Thursday: 2 and 4:30 p.m.
Friday at Choctawhatchee
Championship game: 7 p m. Saturday


Fort Walton Beach
and Choctawhatchee
also will host games
Thursday and Friday.
The 10-team field
includes a Red team
and White team from
Crestview, as well as a
team from Baker. The


local squads will be
joined by three teams
from Columbus High
(Ga.), as well as teams
from Choctawhatchee,
Fort Walton Beach and
Niceville.
"It will be three
days of baseball pretty


much from dawn until
past dark," Bulldog
coach Tim Gillis said.
This tournament
and others like it are
important for high
school coaches as they
try to fill the holes left
by graduation.
"What we try to do
in the summer is put
all the different guys
in all the different
situations," Gillis said.
"There will be guys
that may or may not be
playing in the regular
season. We are going to
be looking at them in

See DAWGS B2


MLB draft fairest, but prospects still need luck


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The 2008 Major
League Baseball draft
was held Thursday
and Friday of last week
without much fanfare
in the north end of Oka-
loosa County.
That is likely to
change next June when
Blake Dean completes
his junior year at Loui-
siana State and is again
eligible for the draft.
If Dean continues his
assault on Southeastern
Conference pitching, he
easily could go in the
first five rounds. With a


great season, he could
work his way into a
first-round pick.
The baseball draft
is the one most fair to
everyone. Only baseball
has a plan that lets a kid
get drafted out of high
school and then gives
him options for the next
few years.
Every graduating
high school player is eli-
gible for the draft.
If a kid drafted out
of high school doesn't
sign with the team that
picks him, he has two
options: junior college
or college.
The player choos-


ing the JC route can be
drafted again after his
freshman and sopho-
more seasons.
A player deciding to
sign with a four-year
school can't be drafted
again until he has been
out of high school three
years.
Most players drafted
in the first round end up
signing pro deals right
away. A lot of second-
rounders also sign
quickly, but there are
exceptions.
Colorado Rockies first
baseman Todd Helton
was a high school all-
American at Central


High School in Knox-
ville, Tenn., and chosen
by the San Diego Padres
in the second round of
the 1992 draft. Reports
were that Helton Was
offered a $400,000 sign-
ing bonus. He turned
it down, opting to play
baseball and football at
the University of Ten-
nessee.
Three years later, Hel-
ton was the most deco-
rated baseball player
in Tennessee history
and selected in the first
round by the Rockies. It
seems he made the right

See LUCK B2


GOLF TIPS

from the pro


AREU V We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community. FREEDOM
PARO IN OLV? Please direct all sports news, Information and results to Sports Editor ., F L IDA
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com NEWSPAPERS-INTERACTIVE
I i I I Vi ate the Coast


Randy Dickson / News Bulletin
Imagine lifting up a dollar bill
with your club to execute a
proper shot from the sand.

Use money

shot in the

bunker

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

In this week's Golf Tips From
the Pro, Jeff Marks tells us how
to get out of the sand and back
on the fairway or green from a
fairly good lie.
i Next week he'll
show you have
to get out of the
tougher "fried
egg" lie, when
your ball is
buried.
The reason
Jeff people have a
Marks tough time get-
ting out of the
bunker is be-
cause you have to take the sand
immediately behind the golf ball
and spray it up on the green.
When the tour pros hit a
bunker shot, they don't hit very
deep. You see a fine layer of
sand shoot anywhere from 10
to 20 feet up on the green (or
fairway).
The key is you have to take
your sand wedge and open it
up. What that means for a right-
handed person is you want to
roll the club back so the toe of
the club is aiming to the right.
What that will do is allow the
trailing edge of your golf club to
skid in the sand.
What you will find with a
sand wedge is it has a lot of
bounce on the bottom. What I
mean by bounce is the leading
edge is higher off the ground
than the trailing edge kind of
like an airplane wing when an
airplane goes take off. The back
flaps go down and make the
plane take off.
It works the same way on a
sand wedge.
For your average golfer play-
ing your average golf course, a
56-degree sand wedge is good.
As far as bounce goes, any-
where from 10 to 14 degrees of
bounce. It will tell you the degree
of bounce on the club.
For your basic sand shot, I
have a great tip.
Take your golf club and draw
a dollar bill in the sand. Then
take your golf ball and put it right
in the middle where George
Washington's portrait would be.
Imagine skidding the dol-
lar bill out of the bunker. You
wouldn't want to gouge it out.
You'll take a fine layer of sand
right behind it.
What I want to do is open
my wedge a little bit. As a right-
handed player aiming to the
right, I'm going to set my feet a
little bit left of target. I'm going to
keep that club face open aim-
ing to the right, and I'm going
to swing with a little briskness
coming through impact. I want
to skid the dollar bill out of the
bunker. The ball will pop out
every time.
You never make contact
(with the ball) on a greenside
bunker shot. You are only hitting
sand. If you can hit sand out
toward the pin, the ball is going
to float out, too.

If you have a question you
would like to ask Jeff Marks you
can do so by e-mailing News
Bulletin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@crestview-
bulletin.com. Please slug the
e-mail "Golf tip question." Watch
video from this week's lesson at
crestviewbulletin.com


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DAWG S continued from B1
pressure situations, and tentatively will be it kind of helps says Columbus might
these tournaments kind divided along the lines us get some more be the team to beat.
of do that. of junior varsity and pitching involved in
"That's kind of varsity squads, some situations that The Justin Richards
what we do all summer "We are just trying hopefully they do well tournament is named
- let guys play, get to get some JV kids in." after a former CHS player.
some reps and try to get some reps against some Gillis expects tough Share your memories
better." varsity competition," competition from the of Justin Richards at
The Bulldog teams Gillis said. ''Obviously other local teams, but crestviewbulletin.com.




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decision.
The Baltimore Orioles
selected left-handed
pitcher Adam Loewen
with the fourth pick in
the 2002 draft. When
negotiations stalled, Loe-
wen left his native Can-
ada to sign with Chipola
Junior College.
Under draft rules that
since have changed, the
Orioles held the rights
on Loewen until a week
prior to the 2003 draft.
Baltimore signed Loewen
at the deadline.
The rules have
changed, forcing a player
to make his decision by
August of-the year he is
drafted.
Even now, a player
must roll the dice and
hope a little luck falls his
way.
Loewen made it
through a season at
Chipola without injury
and was in the majors
within three years of
leaving Marianna. He
has caught the injury bug
since making it to the
Orioles and has yet to
put up the gaudy num-
bers one would expect
from a player drafted No.
4 overall.


Without a doubt
Helton made the right
decision. He might have
made it to "The Show" a
year or two earlier had
he signed with San Di-
ego, but he would have
missed out on the college
experience.
Helton has become the
icon of the Rockies fran-
chise. With a .330 lifetime
batting average, Helton
has a good chance of one
day being elected to the
Baseball Hall of Fame.
Hall of Fame catcher
Roy Campanella was
credited with saying in
order to be a great base-
ball player you had to
play it like a man, but
love it like a boy.
With the big dollars
most major league teams
throw around, it has to
be more difficult for that
boyish love to win out.
When all is said and
done, a player has to
play for the love of the
game.
What north Okaloosa
County baseball prospects
could be drafted in the next
few years? Tell us your
thoughts at crestviewbul-
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Roadrunner All-county players
Richbourg baseball coach Ryan Gillis with All-County players
Jonathan Buckelew, Roman Donofro, Kameron Miller, Derek
Lovelace and Tate Sweatt. Richbourg's good season was
highlighted by wins against Davidson and Bruner.

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Magruder, Bob Frazier, Ed
Ross, Brad Asher -10
2. Cory McSween, Jerry
Devoy,.David Crain, Kyle
Kruger -9
3. Brett Phillips, Skip
Kemp, Aaron Daniels, Mac
Henderson, Dave Hinnant -8
4. Steve Mobley, Fred
Heiler, Bob Zwirblia, Gall
Zwirblia


Foxwood Country
Club His and Her
Tournament, June 7
A Flight
1. Dona Bouchard, Tom
Prier 56
2. Pat Martin, Dean Martin
59
3. Janice Cheatham,
Lavaughn Dorman 63
4. Barbara Hamilton, Ron
Magruder 65
B Flight
1. Lou McCosh, Paul
McCosh 60
2. Judy Beard, Bill Beard
64
Tie 3/4. Mary Grosskurth,
Charles Grosskurth/Sally
Burns, Tom Burns 67
C Flight
1. Karen Quinn, Pat Quinn
60
2T. Becky Fink, Tim Fink/
Dee Sparkman, Archie Perez
62
4. Carol Hower, Brian Davis
63
D Flight
1T Jackie Fenwick, Steve


Sparkman/Gail Zwirblia/Bob
Zwirblia 61
3. Heidi Blair, John Blair 63
4. Audrey McWaters, Jim
Yagow 66
Sunday Lowball, June 8.
1. Don Kearny, Terry
Tillman, Don Widmaier, Jesse .
Dennis, Ron Boisjolie -13
2. Chester Highsmith, Bill
Ward, Den Martin, Pat Martin -11
3. Gene Henderson, Jack
Patten, Archie Perez, Jerry
Maughon -11
4. Larry Fordyce, Eric
Fordyce, Chad Fordyce, Tom
Prier -10

AUTO RACING
Hammonds Update
Route 66 Raceway in
Joliet, Ill., has always proven to
be a magical track for Crestview
native and NHRA driver Tom
Hammonds.
This past weekend the mag-
ic eluded him as he failed to
make it into the qualifying field.
"I always love coming here
[to race], and it is a nice facility,"
Hammonds said. "As I have
always said, I can stand not


qualifying as long as we vcan
learn something from not quali-
fying."
Learn the team did when
it registered an elapsed time
of 6.833 seconds at 202.82
in the third qualifying session
to hold 24th place in the field.
Disgusted with the way the
car ran in the third session, the
team made drastic changes in
hopes of having a better fourth
qualifying run.
"We were not even close to
the bump for the third qualifying
session, and I knew we had
to make a drastic change in
order for us to have a chance
at qualifying," Hammonds said.
"I really believe we made some
tremendous strides because of
the changes in the last run. I feel
good about the changes that
we made on the Chevy Cobalt
and the fact that the changes
yielded a positive result. We re-
ally picked up the last qualifying
session."
The team recorded an
elapsed time of 6.763 seconds
at 203.86 mph during the last
qualifying session, allowing
Hammonds to finish in 18th
place.


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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11,2008


CCB Community Bank holds fund-raiser for Hospice


Special to the News Bulletin

CCBCommunityBank
held a fund-raiser bene-
fiting Covenant Hospice
on May 23 and presented
the net proceeds of $2,850
to Pat Dingess, Director
of Branch Operations
for Covenant Hospice in
Crestview.
"We are so apprecia-
ti\e of the support that
CCB Community Bank
has given us," said Din-
gess. "This gift will help
fund children's services,


bereavement support
and indigent care, so
CCB is truly giving back
to the community."
CCB Commtmity
Bank has a long history
of community involve-
ment.
"From its inception
in 1947, CCB has placed
an emphasis on serving
the community through
participation in and
sponsorship of commu-
nity and civic affairs,"
said Jill Cadenhead, City
President.


Special to the News Bulletin
CCB Community Bank presented $2,850 to
representatives from Covenant Hospice.


Donchey named member

of 'Helping Hands of Hospice'
Gentiva Health Ser-
vices, Inc., the nation's
largest comprehensive
provider of home health
services, announced the
appointment of Steven
Donchey, M.D., as a Mem-
ber of the Helping Hands
of Hospice Program with
its Emerald Coast Hos- ,
pice office in Crestview,
serving referral sources
and patients in Okaloosa [
and Santa Rosa Counties.
Dr. Donchey serves as
Emerald Coast Hospice private practice at "Blue-
Crestview's Office Medi- water Orthopedics, PA" in
cal Director and is also in Bluewater Bay.


Special to the News Bulletin

SSabrina McLaughlin,
'PR, has been named the
2008 Emerald Coast Public
Relations Organization's
(ECPRO) nominee for the
Southern Public Relations
Federation's (SPRF) An-
nual Professional Achieve-
ment Awiard for the third.
McLaughlin \-ill repre-
sent ECPRO and the state
ofFlonda a t the SPRF Con-
ference Ai yards Ceremony
to be held in Sandestin on
July 29. She %wtll compete
against the nominees from
the Public Relations Coun-
cil 6f Alabama (PRCA), the
sf~ ;":


Sabrina McLaughlin
and Ken Hair (president of
the ECPRO)
Public Relational Associa-
tion of Louisiana (PRAL)
and Public Relations As-
sociation of Mississippi
pramM).


Ann Spann / News Bulletin


The SPRF Professional
Achievement Award is
based on career achieve-
ments, professional activi-
ties, Accreditation by the
Universal Accreditation
Board, continuing educa-
tion and community ser-
vice activities.
McLaughlin, a Santa
Rosa County native, cur-
rently owns and operates
Insight Marketing Com-
munications, Inc. (former-
ly The PR Girl, Inc.), a full
service integrated market-
ing communications firm
serving clients across the
country, including some
in north Okaloosa County.


NEW donates

to Take Stock
NEW Corp. representatives
Susan Fabry and Sue
Vonderheide present a $400
donation to the Take Stock
in Children Scholarship
Program. Accepting the
donation on behalf of the
Okaloosa County School
District are school board
member Cathy Thigpen;
Title 1 Coordinator Dr. Pam
Meadows; Take Stock in
Children representative
Cindy Frazier; and assistant
superintendent Rodney
Nobles.


Special to the News Bulletin

The Annual "Country
Store" will be June 14 at
the Charles Walthall Agri-
cultural Center, 5479 Old
Bethel Road in Crestview
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Country Store is a great
place to find lots of unique
items, great bargains, and
fresh food.
There will be a yard
sale including books, toys,
clothing, household items,


plants, and collectibles.
Master Gardeners will be
holding a plant clinic dur-
ing the same time. Bring in
a sample for ID or diagno-
sis.
There will also be a food
booth with homemade
baked goods, and drinks
and fresh fruits and veg-
etables sold by local mas-
ter gardeners and farmers.
Don't miss this special day,
sponsored by the Okaloosa
County Home & Com-


munity Education.:, All
proceeds go to support lo-
cal community ettorts and
educational training for
volunteers.
For additional informa-
tion, contact Elaine Court-
ney, Extension Agent,
Family & Consumer Sci-
ences at (850) 689-5850 or
729-1400 extension 5850 or
HCE Country Store Chair-
persons, Dot Wimberly
(244-0221), La Juana Hooks
(862-0645).


FATHERS.


FROM YOUR FIRST DAY OF
SCHOOL TO YOUR FIRST DAY
ON THE JOB, YOUR FATHER WAS
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ENCOURAGEMENT AND LOVE.

THIS FATHERiS DAY, HONOR HIM
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ONTO YOUR CHILDREN.


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Special to the News Bulletin

Felicity Flair holds ribbon cutting
Felicity Flair, Crestview's newest flower, treat and home
boutique, held a ribbon cutting this past Thursday at its
location at 1275 S. Ferdon Blvd.


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Gordon Air Conditioning & Associates held its 29th
anniversary gathering May 30. More than 60 people
attended. "When all was said and done we had three
hamburgers and five hot dogs left over," Thomas Gordon
said. "Looking forward to next year when we'll do our 30th!"
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Legal # 100396
REQUEST FOR PRO-
POSAL
The Crestview Housing
Authority is requesting
proposals from qualified
contractors (individual or
firms) to submit proposals
for the following renova-
tion, installation and re-
placement work at the
Housing Authority.
Bathroom Renova-
tions
Bid packets may be ob-
tained by contacting Mr.
Sam Brunson, Executive
Director @
1-850-682-2413 @ the
Crestview Housing Au-
thority 371 W. Hickory
Authority Offices.
A Pre- Bid conference will


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be held on June 12,
2008 @ 10:00 A.M.
(CST) at the Housing
Authority offices. Bid wi1l
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.
05/31/08
06/04/08
06/07/08
06/11/08
06/14/08
06/18/08
06/21/08
06/25/08
06/28/08


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.


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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 pendinin 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
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE


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Massage Therapy
others Day is
June 15th
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DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (21
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is June
4, 2008.
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
6
Personal Representative:
GEORGE TYMOWCZAK
941 Pocahontas Dr., Apt.
93, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32547
06/04/2008
06/11/2008


LEGAL # 120047
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST


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Additions, Concrete!
Parking Lot Work,
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NO.
2007CA005742S
RBC CENTURY BANK,
Plaintiff,


FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
Date of the first publica-
tion of the Notice of Ad-
MImn h Atk


VICTOR ANTHONY VAL- 2008.
ENTINO, et. al.,
Defendants. Personal Representative:
JAMES L.
NOTICE OF FORECLO- PRICTCHARD JR. 121
SURE SALE Silver Circle Edgewater,
NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida 32141
GIVEN pursuant to an JASON R. MOULTON
Order or Final Judgment 660 North Ferdon Boule-
entered in Case No. vard, Suite A Crestview
2007CA005742S of the Florida 32536
Circuit Court of the 1ST 1850)689-1474 Florida
Judicial Circuit in and for Bar No. 0150126 Attor-
OKALOOSA County, ney for Petitioner
Florida wherein, RBC
CENTURA BANK, Plain- 06/04/2008
tiff and VICTOR AN- 06/11/2008
THONY VALENTINO, et.
al, are the Defendants, I Legal #120048
will sell to the highest bid-
der for cash AT THE NOTICE OF SALE
FRONT DOOR OF THE
CLERK'S OFFICE AT THE In accordance with Flor-
COURTHOUSE ANNEX ida Statues, Keepsafe
IN SHALIMAR, at the Storage, located at 101
hour of 11:00 a.m. on Hospital Drive Crest-
the 30 day of June, view, Florida will offer for
2008, the following de -sale to the highest bidder
scribed property: the household and other
LOT 8 BLOCK "A", aoods stored in the be-
DUNES OF DESTIN, ow listed units. Said
ACCORDING TO THE goods are to be sold to
MAP OR PLAT recover the rents not paid
THEREOF AS RE- by the tenants.
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 13 PAGE 39 Unit B15-Michelle L. Mc-
PUBUC RECORDSOF Cullough
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Unit B22- Clare Bozicek
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus UnitD02-JesseMajors
from the sale, if any,
other than the pro ery Unit E26- Eloice Jenkins
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a Unit F06- LaTonya Lee
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale. DATED this The sale shall take place
28 day of May, 2008. on June 24, 2008 At
10:00 a.m. at KeepSafe
Clerk Circuit Court Storage.
By: Vicki Jackson
Deputy Clerk 06/11/08
06/18/08
G R E EN SPOON 06/18/08
MARDER, P.A., Trade
Centre South, Suite 700, q M
100 West Cypress Creek 1110
Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309 Run your ad State-
widel Run your classified
06/04/2008 ad in over 100 Florida
06/11/2008 newspapers reaching
__over 4 Million readers.
Call this newspaper or
(866)742-1373 for more
LEGAL #1.20046 details or visit:
www.florido-classifieds.com
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FORR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA 150
PROBATE DIVISION .
FILE NO. 08-CP-497 Single white male 70
5'8" 1701bs. Looking for
IN RE: ESTATE OF BE a small white lady 65-72.
JA NOSS, DECEASED. I am easy going and
easy to please. Just need
NOTICE TO CREDI- a good woman to share
TORS and do things together.
Please write RLB P.O.
The administration of the Box 876, Crestview FL
estate of BE JA NOSS 32536, or call (650)
deceased, whose date of 689-8038
death was April 4,
2008, is pending in them
Circuit Court for W
Okaloosa County, Flor- 1 1170 1
ida Probate Division, the Found bicycle on
address of which is rookmeade Dr. Must de-
Okaloosa County Court- scribe to claim call
house Crestview, Flor-682-8621
ida. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal --
representative and the ,
personal representative's a
attorney are set forth be- '
low. ) I 1
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on PETS &ANIMALS
whom a copy of this no'
twice is required to be 2100-Pets
served must file their 2110- Pals: Free to
claims with this court Good Home
WITHIN THE LATER 2120- Pat Supplies
OF THREE MONTHS 2130 Farm Animals/
AFTER THE TIME OF Supplies
FIRST PUBLICATION 2140 Pets/Livestock
OF THIS NOTICE OR Wanted
30 DAYS AFTER THE 2150- Pet Memorials
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the 1 2100
decedent and other per- AKC Reg. female Choco-
sons having claims or de- late Lab puppy, 5 mos.
mands against old Been to puppy class,
decedent's estate must housetrained, microchio-
file their claims with this gd All shots. $300
court WITHIN 3 398-8091
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST -
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. I I
ALL CLAIMS NOT 1 -2110
FILED WITHIN THE Austrailian shepard
TIME PERIODS SET puppy, tabby cat with all
FORTH IN SECTION accessories call
733.702 OF THE 689-2034


3230
Crestview
Fri & Sat
7am 4pm
5826 Antler
MERCHANDISE Way
3100-Antiques Pool table, vacuum
3110 Appliances cleaner, pressure washer,
3120 -Arts Crafts clothes, household items.
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items Crestview
3150- Building Supplies HUGE INDOOR YARD
3160 Business SALE
Equipment Sat. June 14th @ 7A.M. -
3170- Collectibles 1 PM., 5479 Old Bethel
3160- Computers
3190-Electronics Rd. (AG. Building)Plant
3200 Firewood resh produce, clothes &
3220 Furniture books.
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns Crestview
3250 Good Things to Eat Larges moving
3260 Health & Fitness Large Moving
3270 Jewelry/Clothing Sale
3280 Machinery/ Furniture, antiques,
Equipment linens kitchen bowls,
3290- Medical Equipmentpots pa
3300 Miscellaneous Pos e pans, lots never
3310- Musical Instruments used still in boxes
3320- Plants & Shrubs/ china, crystal, glass"
Supplies ware & -knack s.
3330 Restaurant/Hotel 16 Dell Cerro Camino.
3340 Sporting Goods Sat. 8am-?
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) I-
Crestview
AN TCIQU LARGE YARD SALE
Sat. June 14@ 8A.M. -
I 3100 s5P.M., 2644 Cricket
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Clock Repair, grandfa-
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we buy antiques, Call MOVING SALE
689-1607 Sat 6-12
SRefrigerator, microwave,
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fans clothes, dishes. Too
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Ron's Appliance & 4767 Live Oak
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Sat. June 14
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Yard Sale
1250 N. Ferdon Blvd
Saturday, June 14th
7:00a.m.-11:00p.m.
Crestview High School
Toys, clothing, etc.
Crestview
Fil-Am of
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Yard Sale
512 Krest Dr.
Sat June 14 7am-2pm
Clothing, furniture, elec-
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L 4100


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


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Road. Must be at least
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


5-42 Crestview- 1 br apt,
000 698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
nefits pletely furnished, utilities
s re- incl. No pets. $650mo
682-3166
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
"n $600/mo + $600 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
com- 398-5757 or 420-1517
:vail-
'por- Crestview Bent Credk
of Apts II Vouchers Ac-
sses cepted. Rental assistance
Clmay be avail. 1 & 2 BR
__ HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
) portunity
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
.... .... iv .... :l-vi k


BUSINESS & FINANCE I. anc ma
IB I HC & non HC
5100 Business accessible apartments.
Opportunities 209 Bent Creek Road
5110- Money to Lend Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563
TDD/TTY 711.' Equal
Housing Opportunity

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Bodyu s Counter Purl Adams 2br 1 Vba,
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Hiring!ll First class ship-
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work FL&AL over time& ba homes for rent.
per diem up to $24.00+ Walker School District,
per hour Phone: Yard care included.
T-800-371-7504 or $850. mo + $850. DD
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Post Office Jobs. 11 0001 Only
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6140


NEW TOfAl
American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
0 5591 Hwy 393 2br,
1 ba $550
0 6112E. E. Edney Ave.
28R/2BA, $550
0 612 E. Lee Ave. 2BR,
2BA $550
0 117 Hampton Dr. 2BR,
2BA $550
909 Mapoles St.
2BR/ IBA $625
0865 Brett St. 2br,
1.5ba $650
4 5187 Azalea Ave 3br,
2ba $695
0 163 Patch Ave 2BR,
BA, $695
0304 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br 2.5ba $775
0 111 Swaving Pine Ct.
3br, 2.5ba, $799
309 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
2ba $850
06110 Sonny Ln 3br,
2ba, $875
03112 Skyhawk Dr.
3br, 2ba, $895
*6219 Winstead Rd,
3br, 2ba, $875
202 Cabana Way
4br 2ba, $925
2186 Hagood Lp 3br
2ba $1100
0 903 Pinellas Dr. 3BR,
2BA, $1100
01812 Waterway Dr.
3br 2ba $1050
12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
2ba, $1150
b 144 Indian Tr. 3br,
2ba $1150
0 715 Presscott St 3br
2.5ba $1300
0 414 Peoria Blvd 4br
2.5ba $1350
S2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4br2ba, $1275
2804 Hogan Ln, 4BR,
104 Muskogee Tr.
3BR 2BA $1300
*223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
$1400
0 6377 Havenmist Ln.
4br, 2ba $1395
0 109 Fairway Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $1600
Visit us at
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Baker
Remodeled 3
bed 2 bath
Beautiful home close to
Crestivew on Hwy 90.
Completely updated,
fenced in 2 acre yard,
large deck. Non smok-
ers only. $1 100/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

Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
1434 N. Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
0513 WingSpan Way
3br 2'/2ba $f000+dd
0 4295 Batten Rd,
3br 2ba $1000mo+dd
0 58 12 Old Bethel Rd
3 br 3 ba $900mo+dd
0 4038 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $850mo+dd
309 John Kind Rd
3 br 2 ba $875+dd
0 220 Wcter Oak
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
0 6 Courtnev Lane
3 br, 2 ba $825+dd
0 3205 Maple Ave.
1 br, 1 ba, 675+dd
0 2878 Atoka Trail
3 br, 2 ba, 1150+dd


6140


Coldwell Banker United
Realtors 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview FI
32536 (850)689-1515
or (8501682-5922
0307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
1 ba, 700sf $425 triplex
305 Walnut Ave 2br
I ba, 900sf, $500 end
unit
309 Walnut Ave. 2br,
1ba 900sf, $500 end
unit
2385 Susan Dr. Base-
ment apt., lbr, 1ba,
1052sf, $595, uti(s incl.
238 Runnymeade Dr.
2br 1.5ba 930 sf,
$60, interior unit
*5321 Steele Road, 3br,
2ba, 1780sf $625, pets
with approval, Baker
02957 Sholtz Ave 3br
2ba 1244sf $750 no
pets allowed.
132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets
allowed
0262 Swaying Pine Ct
3br. 2.5ba, 1309sf,
$800, End Unit TI-f
0264 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,I309sf,
$799, End Unit TH
*306 Feldon Dr 3br,
2ba, 1200sf, $800, no
pets allowed.
01562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
2ba, 1109sf $825 no
pets 1 st month rent free
0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
br 2.5ba, 1,415sf,
$850, new townhome
S268 Swaying Pine Ct
br 2.5ba 1415sf
$850, new townhome
02904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, 1ba, 1600sf, $850
pets allowed w/approval
*270 Swaying Pine Ct-
br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$85, new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba 1,528sf,
$875, new townhome
*50 Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
1165sf, $875 cathedral
ceilings in master bed
02385 Susan Drive-
house 3br, 2ba 1640sf
$895 waterfront. 10%
military discount or free
months rent
0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $925,
new paint & vinyl
*2813 Mohican Way,
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $950
South of 1-10
34 Regent Rd. 3br,
2ba, 1418sf, $950. Pets
allowed with approval
0507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
first month's rent free
*1819 Waterway Lane,
3br 2ba, 1420sf,
$125, no pets allowed,
Baker
*1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
large fenced back yard
*3037 Stillwell Blvd,
3br 2ba 1929sf,
$11'95, hardwood floors
&tile
*4180 Big Buck Trail,
4br 2ba, 1823sf,
$1215 no pets allowed
0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba
1901sf $1300 military
discount
05980 Silver Oaks Lane,
4br 2.5ba 2326sf,
$1400 in ground pool
15262 Cfint Mason Rd.
3br 2.5ba 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed with
approval.
0642 Territory Lane 4br,
3ba, 3031sf $1500 mili-
tary 1 free month rent
* 2912 Chancery Lane,
3br 3ba 2637sf,
$1600, Souh of 1-10 &
in round pool.
*0 Territo Lane 4br,
3ba, 3004s, $1675
$200 military discount/
month
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Close to Crestview and Eglin AFB.
Homes include 3 &4 bedrooms, 2 baths and 1& 2
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6140 1 6160
Crestview
Available for mature per-
S- 3 B 2 son a 1 Bedroom fur-
Crestview- 3 Br 2 ba nished apartment. No
newly remodeled, sets on Smokin, pets or loud
1 acre lot in a county music. 50. mo. Utili-
uiet neighborhood. ties furnished. 689-1318
$850. mos + $850. dd
all 682-1265 Crestview Furnished
rooms avail now $75
weekly. Great for out of
town workers or local
376-7676
Furnished room includes
Crestview all utilities. Background
3 nd 2 check & lease required.
3 and2 $500. mo. call
bedroom houses 682-3454
3121Earl Kennedy Rd
and 4883 Okaloosa Master Bedroom in mo
lane, 850-682-1972 No bile home, Auburn area.
Pets. Util. included. phone &
cable, $300. month
One male person. Call
398-5101


Crestview 6170
3BD 1 1/2 BA.
795 a month 795 dd. Baker; 2bd,2ba
850-217-7344 $600mo. $600. dep.
2br Iba,.
$550mo/$550 dep,
both on 1 acre lot no
pets/smoking. Ref. Re-
quired 537-2510
Crestview 3bd., 2 ba, Cretview 28R 1BA
Section, 8 approvedmobile home, 461 S.
$850. mo d posit re- Brett Street, $450/mo.
$850. mo deposit re- n Sil i^
auired. 537-2960 or +$450dep. 682-6514
830-7944 Crestview- 2br, 12ba
427A Brookmeade Dr.
New carpet & vinyl. No
pets $55 mo. 398-6600
Crestview
3br Iba on 1 acre lot.
Crestview near Garden Remodeled VERY clean
City $550. mo. + dd.
Country Living Call 689-3563
Newly
Remodeled Tf AY
available June 1st. Three N W


bedroom and two bathl
$850/month-negotiable.
Deposit due when lease
is signed. Pets ok w/dep.
Acre of land. 6824280
or 6994281


Crestview, 3br, 1 ba,
1000sf. W/D hookups.
$700/mo + dd.
850-209-4353


Crestview 3 homes
l,..,l;,, 800ann o$950


Crestview, 2 Bedroom
2 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
posit call 682-9653 or
582-5148
Crestview, 3br, 2ba.
Close to Antioch Rd &
90. $585/mo. + dep.
Avail. June 15th. Call
862-4595 or 217-2750
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 TIIIAY


and $1,000. Call Rick Mossy Head; 3br, 2ba
Epperson Realty LLC. all electric, private lot,
850-865-7777 nice home. Must seel No
ets. $600/$400. 850-
225-0949_
NE Crestview Quiet
country living. Nice
14x70 Mobibe home with
Crestview: 3br 2ba porches. 3 BR 2 BAwith
cg 1100sf. Custom up- arden tub. Child's play-
graded home. $825mo house shed, garden spot
ose to schools & shopp- partially furnished with
ing. 850-642-1612 ll appliances including
ing. 850-642-1612 washer & dryer
$625/mo +
$375.security deposit.l n-
side pet deposit required.
850-758-8629


NEW DAY 200
RV sites from $199 wk
Janet and rental units rom
$750/wk on private is-
Johnson land resort in the Florida
Realty Inc. Keys. Call Sunshine Key
Realty, Inc. at (305)872-2217 or
Equal housing visit
Opportunity www.RVontheGo.com.
682-1800 -
Crestview
S 116 HamptonDr .


2 br, 1 bd, $550
* 216 Virginia St.
2 br, 1 a, $650
S6020 GanonRd -
3 bd/2 ba; $725
* 3278 Aubrn Rd -
3 bd/2 ba; $750
* 651 Panama Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $950
* 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 br 2 ba, $950
* 6451 Moonliht Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $995
* 6458 Moonli ht Lane -
3 bd; 2 ba; $100
* 460 Jillian Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $1050
* 5963 Linene Dr -
3bd/2.5ba; $1150
* 6462 Moonliaht Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $7150
211 Raptor Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $1250


'....**his.-, ..
Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot in beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
arate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub & separate
shower in master bath.
$1800mo. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.


NfEW TflAY
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
S204 Booker St.
500 2 br 1 ba
; 227 Walker Circle
$700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
. 2520 Sunset Dr
$800 3 br, 1'/ ba, 1 cg
$ 603 Moss Drive
$875 3/2/2
S391 Riverchase
1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2/2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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




NEW IDI A
4 BR Home on
12 Acres!
New listing, ideal coun-
try home. Pond, huge
work shop and addi-
tional 10 acres avail.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
850-582-3806
Crestview- 2 homes
*3 br, 2ba, 1600sf
* 4 br, 2 ba, 2500sf
Share 3 acres of land off
Jim Green Rd. Great
investment property
$320K. 682-4280 or
699-4281


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| 7100 | [ 7190
Lake properties from just
rn A $39,900 Lake Gunters-
NEW rlll ville, Scottsboro AL. Ma-
rina, gated entrance, u/
S oe utilities. Buy now, build
Crestview by owner, after Excellent financing
only $3750 down, available
$956/mo + tax & ins. (877)917-5253 x 4270
3br, 2ba 2cg, FL room, www.seegpi.com.
FP, brick, newly up-
graded, 114 Mill Pond Murphy, North Caro-
Cove in Beaver Creek lina Property Now is the
S/D 678-7104, Niceville time to buyl Views-
NO FORMAL Streams-Homes-Cabins
QUALIFYING -Acreage Call for free
QUALIFYING Brochure.
(800)642-5333 Realty of
A Murphy,
NEW wTOAY www.reallyofmurphy.com
NC Mountains 2+ ac-
res with great view, very
Easy Commute private, big trees, water-
to Eglin -VIA falls & large public lake
Hwy 285 nearby $49,500 call
N wy 8 now (6)789-8535.
New, energy efficientow ( 66)789
homes starting as low as New Arizona Land rush
$92,5001 Call for loca- 1 or 2-1/2 "Football
tionsl Field" Sized Lotsl $0
Mildred C. Down. $0 Interest.
Heaton Realty, $159-$208 per monthly
Money Back Guaranteel
Inc. (866)745-3329 or
850-689-1334 / www.sunsiteslandrush.com.
850-582-3806 Pre-Grand Opening
Lakefront Salel 7 Acres-
L f f$49,900. 6/21/08
LOnly. New to market
Spectacular, level 7 acre
Individual wants to buy hardwood setting- deep
house for investment. Call waterfront Prime, AL lo-
651-0987 cation, minutes from Inter-
statel Gated community,
paved roads, county
water, utilities, more.
S Lowest financing in
years Call now
Navarre ,, 800)564-5092, x
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba, 144
2150s home on large Tenn lak
natural lot. 9' ceilings, Tenn lake sale 1+
separatelivin &dinn Acre Lake Access
rooms eat-initchen. 19,900 w/free boat
whirlpool lub and sepa slips. New Gently slop-
whirpohol 'b andmsaear ingpacrae,G utilull
rate shower in master ing acreage,beautifuly
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa- wooded, private bass
terfront neighborhood. lake. Gorgeous un-
Priced to selfat the re- spoiled setting- no
duced price of crowds, no nose. Or,
$248,750. Call 850 3.5 acre lakefront
261-0322, or 685-8048 $49,900. Must see. Ex-
leave message. cellent low rate financ-
l _ in Call now
Nalor Realty (88)792-5253, x1870.
Affordable Quiet Peaceful
DeFuniakSpringsProperty.co -
7200
KISSIMEE, FL
'WEEK 35,
ODD YEARS
NEW 2 bedroom 2 bath villa at
NEWf TI Al I Westgate Resorts minutes
from Disney World and
other attractions. 35th
Baker week every ODD year.
Flat Buildinn Lots Please call (850
581-0539 for more de-
2 Cleared and fiat build- tails.
ing lots each 50 x130 on
Roosevelt Ave in Baker -


next to Pick-n-Save.
$13,500 each
6894726


NEW rIJIAY
BRING HORSES!
2.25 miles from Winn
Dixie. 8 Ac., 6 stall CBS
barn with office, large
tac room, bath, great
homesite, quiet corner lo-
cation. $230,000.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
850-582-3806
Crestview- 2.5 acres,
asking $58K. Off Poverty
Creek Road.
850-375-2351
Jacksonville, FL only
$180 per month. 1AC
Homesite Was
$69,900 Now $39,900.
10% down, three yr fixed
interest at 6.59%. Private
Gated Community, Play-
ground, Lakes. 20 mins.
downtown, EZ drive to
beaches, near airport.
(877)4395263. FL&R.



Absolute Auction Sat.
June 28 @ 10:00am.
Home + 66+/- Acres
Lumpkin (Stewart Co.)
GA. Target Auction
8001476-3939 GA AU
#003069 Albert Burney
(256)543-1654.
Coastal Geor ia-
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)266-73 76.
Colorado Ranch Fore-
closures 100 Acres lust
$59,900 Other ranches
available Year-round
roads, access to utilities.
Excellent Financing Avail-
able. (866)696-5263
X.4289
www.FLIovesCO.com
How about Tennessee?
For a list of available
lake & mountain homes &
properties call Lakeside
Realty toll free @
(888,291-5253 or visit
www.lakesidereally-tn.com


AUTOMOTIVE M~LARINE
S ECREAoNAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140-Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
82201 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
82401- Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 -Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Police Impounds for
Salel 94 Honda Accord
$5001 98 VW Jetta
$7501 For listings call
800 366-9813 Ext




WANTED:
Pontoon Boat
Older model, body in
good shape and in good
running condition overall,
with trailer. 362-8868


8320
1981 Sand Rail 2 seater.
Street legal $1500.
546-1279


aNW rIAY
Yamaha 350
2004
Bruin, AT. Exc. cond.
Low hours. Asking
$2900. 398-6115


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


AN AMVIER IEVOLUTO
A ward Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
a CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
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