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they've heard the final
words from dying callers.
f They've also heard
from callers wanting to
know the schedule for the area's
weekend festival.
The 911 calls to the city of
: Crestview's dispatch center run
the gamut from serious to silly.
When is it appropriate to call
911?
"Danger to life and property
is always considered an emer-
gency," said Sylvia Womack of
the Okaloosa County Depart-
ment of Public Safety.
Crestview Fire Department
Capt. Eric Garcia, the dispatch
supervisor for the city, cited a
fire, a break-in, or a severe injury
as examples of appropriate times
to call 911.
Then there are the not-so-
appropriate calls.
Garcia said the dispatch
center has received calls from
people wanting community fes-
tival schedules, calls from people
wanting directions to restaurants
and calls from people who are
out of cell phone minutes and
want to contact a friend via the
911 system. i
Why do the not-so-appropri-


911 TIPS
* Don't make crank 911 calls.
Every 911 call must be iri'es. ti-
gated, taking valuable time away
from officers.
* You will be asked your address.
Yes, the computer system shows
your address, but the.computer
occasionally is wrong. Dispatch
doesn't want to send help to the
wrong place.

ate calls cause a problem?
The city has just two trunks
(lines) reserved for 911 calls. If
both lines are ticd up, calls get
re-routed to another agency.
Garcia said dispatch operators
are trained first to ascertain if the
situation is a legitimate emergen-
cy. If not, operators will ask the
caller to use the non-emergency
line.
"We're not trying to be rude,"
Garcia said. "We're trying to
clear the trunk. When you call
back, you'll probably talk to the
same person. We're just trying to
clear the emergency line."
Garcia sympathizes with
those who have experienced a
911 situation they consider frus-
trating.
Garcia, who lived in South
Florida at the time, once encoun-
tered an intruder at his home


NON-EMERGENCY
DISPATCH NUMBERS
City of Crestview: 682-2055,
ext. 2.
North Okaloosa County:
651-7400 or 689-5705.


and called 911.
Operators put him on hold -
something that won't happen in
Crestview, according to Garcia.
In the interim, Garcia scared
the intruder away.
When Garcia finally spoke to
a dispatcher, he was told to hang
up and call back on a non-emer-
gency line since the situation no
longer was an emergency.
When is it appropriate to call
See CALL 4


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Principal's report:


Antioch Aviators


reaching new heights


Brian Hughes
.Crestview News Bulletin

This is the fourth' in the
News Bulletin's series of
interviews with area school
principals.

New programs,
hands-on teaching
methods, a great staff
and parental support
combined to -make an-
other successful year
at Antioch Elementary
School, according to
Principal Glenda Rob-
inson.
"It's been a fabulous
year here at Antioch,"
Robinson declared. "We
have outstanding stu-
dents and faculty to work
with. I'm just blessed to be
here."

Physically Fit
Aviators
Two new programs and
the return of a former pro-
gram have renewed em-
phasis on children's physi-
cal education at Antioch.
New P.E. teacher Karen
Renauld implemented
Dancing with the Aviators
last fall, a ballroom dance
class that teaches valuable
social skills and provides
good exercise.
"Sports stacking," anew
game that involves special
stackable cups provided
by the Parent/ Teacher.
Organization, offers both
mental and physical chal-
lenges.
The game emphasizes
eye-hand coordination
and thinking within a time
constraint.
"Research shows it re-
flects in the classroom in a
positive manner," Robin-
son said. "We like to navi-
gate beyond our horizons
and do things outside the
box."
Antioch students' ef-
forts, showed during the


Ann Spann / News Bulletin
Principal Glenda Robinson
has a busy summer
schedule at Antioch
Elementary School.

Presidential Physical Fit-
ness test. Seventy students
received national awards,
and 15 received presiden-
tial citations.
"On Aviator Day, each
of these children went to
the multi-purpose room,
and other kids would
come challenge them to
beat their record," Robin-
son said. "That was really
neat to see."

Academic Prowess
"Academically we've
done well, too," Robin-
son said. "We've been
very pleased. Our writ-
ing scores have been out-
standing. We've increased
the number of children
scoring 3.5 and 4.5 (on the
FCATs)."
The FCAT tests dread-
ed in many places are not
cause for anxiety at Anti-
och.
"We did well' on the
FCAT, but we expected
that," Robinson said. "We
teach the Sunshine State
Standards every day. We
don't worry about the

See REPORT 4


Laurel Hi
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

A typo? Perhaps. A
turkey? Laurel Hill City,
manager Tim Bolduc says
absolutely not.
Bolduc disputes Flori-
da TaxWatch's character-
ization of a $300,000 state
budget appropriation for
upgrades to the city's wa-
ter system as a "budget
turkey."
According to a Florida
TaxWatch statement, the
group releases an annual
list of "budget turkeys"
that do not follow stan-

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Award Winning
Newspaper
Florida Press Association
Better Weekly Newspaper Contest


ll gobbles
dard budgeting proce-
dures. The term does not
condemn the overall wor-
thiness of a project.
Florida TaxWatch la-
beled 133 projects as
"budget turkeys" this
year, including the Laurel
Hill water project, a wa-
ter system appropriation
for Blackman and the $2.5
million appropriation for
the Florida A&M facility
in Crestview.
Bolduc said the fund-
ing request for the Lau-
rel Hill project followed
proper procedures.
Bolduc said the Florida


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WEATHER ..................... 2
RELIGION ..................... 3
ARREST REPORTS ............. 4


back at TaxWatch group's turkey talk


Florida TaxWatch labeled 133 projects as
"budget turkeys" this year, including the Laurel Hill
water project, a water system appropriation
-for Blackman and the $2.5 million appropriation
for the Florida A&M facility in Crestview.


TaxWatch group based its
list on a preliminary re-
view. He said the prelimi-
nary paperwork included
an incomplete version of
Laurel Hill's funding re-
quest.
He said the city's ap-
plication met all budget
guidelines by the time
it reached Gov. Charlie


Crist's office.
"By that time the Tax-
Watch group had us on
the list and didn't do any
research to determine if
it was accurate," Bolduc
said.
Bolduc called the Tax-
Watch group to get a
clarification. The group
referred him to the Flor-


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SPORTS ................... 8,10
NASCAR ................ . . . 8


ida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection -
the same department that
approved the Laurel Hill
request in the first place.
"It's a free country and
(TaxWatch) can speak
as they choose," Bolduc
said. "But when an orga-
nization says you are not
doing what you are sup-
posed to be doing, they
ought to be confident they
are correct."
Florida TaxWatch Di-
rector of Communications
Robert Weissert could not
offer specifics on the Lau-
rel Hill case but provided


a general statement on the
"budget turkey" process:
"From our end, we go
through and try to iden-
tify projects based on the
information we are given.
If there is different infor-
mation, we are open to
accept that and look into
things."
Weissert also empha-
sized the list does. not
condemn the worthiness
of the projects, but fo-
cuses on the budgeting
process.

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The 2008-09 Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce Officers are installed.


Crestview Chamber inducts officers


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Toy building blocks,
construction helmets
and blueprints on the
tables in the Crestview
Community Center
symbolized the theme
for the Crestview
Area Chamber of Com-
merce annual awards
banquet and installation
of officers Thursday
night.
The event, titled
"Building Our Future,"
took place just a parking
lot away from the new
Chamber of Commerce
building currently under
construction.
"We'll truly be build-
ing our future, and with
your help, we're going
to have a great, great
year," 2008-09 Chamber
President Pat Dingess
said in her remarks.
Dingess presented
outgoing president Mike
-Roy with a scrapbook
from his year in office.
"I have made some
wonderful friendships,
and it's just been a
wonderful year," Roy
said.

Award winners
Citizen of the Year:
Bob Jones
Patriot of the Year:
Mayor David Cadle
Military Leader of the
Year: Col. Steve Chapman
Chamber Members


of the Year: Jason Green,
Tom Moody
Business of the Year:
North Okaloosa Medical
Center
President's Awards:
Betsy Miller, Stacy Lin-
genfelter, Frank Brooks,
Elaine Hill, Cal Zethmayr,
Diana Baker, Derek Lott,
Katie Sharon and Dino
Sinopoli
'Cresty' Award: Pat
Dingess

Officers for 2008-09
President: Pat Dingess
President-Elect: Jon
Kurpil
Secretary and Trea-
surer: Stacy Lingenfelter-
Sarikanon
Past President: Mike
Roy
President Emeritus:
Foy Shaw
VP-Captial Improve-
ments: Craig Shaw
VP-Special Events
Committee: Paul Palmer
VP-Military Affairs
Committee: Betsy Miller
VP-Education, and
Health and Wellness
Committee: Elaine Court-
ney
VP-Ambassador Com-
mittee: Robyn Helt
VP-Government Is-
sues Committee: Gail
Kaltz
VP-Airport Committee
and PILOT: Bob Jones
See a slideshow from the
ceremony at crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Mike Roy, the 2007-08 chamber president, officially passes
the gavel to 2008-09 chamber president Pat Dingess


Dancers from Fred Astaire of Crestview entertained the
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SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 2008 RELIGION


Confession brings precious promise of forgiveness


- "If we confess our sins,
-.He is faitliful and just to
forgive us our sins, and to
cleanse us from all unrigh-
teousness" (I John 1:9).
To the child of God,
this is one of the most
precious promises in the
Bible. Regardless of how
hard we try to live as our
heavenly Father would
have us live, we are often
conscious of our need
for "restoring grace"- a
cleansing by the precious
blood of Jesus. We are not


always obedient to heav-
enly leading. Even when
we would do good, we
are prone to lapse into a
state of lethargy and indif-
ference, and thus we find
we need forgiveness and
cleansing. If we do not
turn to God immediately,
such unconfessed sins will
lead to a swift and sure
spiritual decline.
By way of illustration,
consider a disagreement
between friends. No mat-
ter how trivial the cause


FROM THE

PULPIT
Raymond Williams

or how slight the dis-
agreement, it will cause
coldness between the par-
ties involved. They will
avoid each other. If they
meet by chance, there is
a noticeable restraint and
formality, made the more
evident because of the


former warmth and inti-
macy. In such instances,
there can be no more
heart-union until the cause
of the disagreement has
been probed, the wrong
confessed and the misun-
derstanding explained.
Even then, sometimes
such friendships never
return to their original
status because, although
the human heart and mind
can forgive, they cannot
always forget.
Yet God has given His


precious pironuse that if'
we confet*o'Lr. sils He :
will forgive and God's
toigi. enes ftar e\ceeds
the lorgivenes- of friend-..
When GOD forgives, He
also FORGETS! He puts.
ottr Lonffess-.ed -u:my arwa\
and restore-s usI as though
we had ne\ er -uined. ThisL
the relationship between
the heavenly Father and
His child is as it was be-
fore sin broke the fellow-
ship.
Dear Christian friend,


if you have broken fellow-
ship with God, why carry
a burden of guilt?
Confess your sin, and
He N ill torgive you --and
forget. You will be restored
to the sweet communion
you once enjoyed with
Him! He has promised,
and He cannot lie!

Brother Raymond Wil-
liams is pastor at New Begin-
nings Church located at 412
W. James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view. Phone (850) 689-2988.


CH3cBREF


Local seminary graduates complete scripture studies


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


EVENTS
GOSPEL CONCERT: A concert
based on a recent gospel workshop by
Cecil Meekins will be held Saturday,
June 21 at 6 p.m. at Eglin Chapel.
More info: www.eglingospelservice.
corn.
NEW BEGINNINGS VBS: New
Beginnings Church at 412 W. James
Lee Blvd. in Crestview will host
Vacation Bible School June 22-27
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. nightly. Classes
for all ages, including 'adults, are
scheduled. Transportation is provided.
Call 689-2988 for details.
PILGRIM RESTVBS: Bible school
at Pilgrim Rest will be held from June
23-27 from 8:3Q a.m. to noon. Set sail
for Outrigger Island and explore five
Bible truths. Children ages 3 years
through sixth grade are admitted free
of charge. Crafts, music, games and
snacks are planned. The church is
located on U.S. Highway 4, one mile
south of Baker. Details: 537-9221 or
W'ww.pilgrimrestbaptist.org online.
SON HARVEST KID'S
-.CRUSADE: North Central Assembly
of God will host a kid's crusade June
S3-27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. nightly at the
church's 158 Woodlawn Drive location
in Crestview.
Brother and., Sister Moodle
Spoodle and Eenie, Meeny, Miney
and Moe will be featured, r,d pupp.l: i
.will be used to teach and entertain the
children. The child age 12 or younger
teho is responsible for the most visitors
during the crusade will be awarded
a bicycle. -Parents and friends are
allowed to help by inviting people of
all ages to attend.
HOLY MACKEREL SUMMER
.'CAMP: This camp for kids in grades
'.-5 offers a Christ-centered summer
.:_experience starting June 25 and
.continuing every other week until Aug.
1. The only children's summer camp


offered in Destin, it includes games,
activities, field trips and other activities.
Reasonable fees. Scholarships are
available on a first-come, first-serve
basis. Details: Tami Bonhardt-Carr ai
rrm ,,i .il C r,, r,, 837-6324.
PILGRIM REST GOD &
COUNTRY SERVICE: The 28th
annual God and Country service will
be held June 29 at 4 p.m. at Pilgrim
Rest Baptist Church, on U.S. Highway
4, one mile south of Baker. Patriotic
music by the Sanctuary Choir and
fellowshipping after the service to
honor local military and public officials
are planned. All are welcome to
attend. Call 537-9221 for details.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
BORN TO WIN: Radio show airs
every day at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1
FM. Presented by Northwest Florida
Church of God, pastored by Carl Dil-
lenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
is designed for those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments of Initiation;
Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist.
This formation process is the church's
approved method for individuals to
become members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are held at the
Eglin Chapel Center Annex from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. each Wednesday eve-
ning. For more information, please
call Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE CORRESPON-
DENCE COURSE: Airport Road.
Church of Christ is offering a free
Bible correspondence course. Call
6,82-4025 for more information. The
radio program airs Monday through
Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ,
104.7 FM.
- BOOK OF REVELATIONS
STUDY: Each Sunday evening at
5 p.m., the Good Hope Congrega-
tional Church presents the study of
the Book of Revelations. Rev. Tommy
Coleman will be presenting the study
and'there will be finger foods to fol-
low every Sunday evening. Anyone
interested may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.


Quinton Mills, a Native American Indian,
was converted to the Lord in 1972 after
many years of addiction to alcohol, drugs 'and
rock music.
Giving his talents to the Lord after conversion
paved the road to international success for him.
Quinton is known as a very prolific writer,
a dynamic singer and a powerful anointed
evangelist.
In. the mid-80's, Quinton wrote and release
the song, "I Found The Lily In My Valley,"
which catapulted him into national attention.
Since then Quinton has written and released
many other hits with such popularity that has
made him one of America's favorite gospel


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Special to the News
Bulletin

Ashley, Hamm and
Zachary J. Kei-ter of
Crest\ iell and Benja-
min 0. Walker of Olive
Branch are among the
graduates of the early
morning seminary pro-
gram offered by The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints.
' This is a daily scrip-
ture study class held at
5:45 a.m. before high
school begins. Students
describe this class as a
great way to start the


singers. .
Quinton, 'i f, FPurni rd rl-.r z..rn G, briel
travel nationally ministering, *,irc-inu and
sharing his personal deliverance testimony from,
drugs and alcohol. He has proven to be a very
effective communicator in many areas, while
enjoying the results of winning thousands of
souls to the Lord. Quinton has been preaching
since 1982 and .- 1 Lcrduu i. of hic N..rir'
Carolina College of Theology with a Doctorate
of Theology Degree.
Quinton and his family reside in North
Augusta, SC. You may contact them at (803)
613-1877 or write to P.O. Box 6429 North
Augusta, SC 29861.


Ashley
Hamm


day. Some ev
it through four
this early-riser
perfect attend
The curricula
with a year of
the Old Testan
lowed by the N


... ment, the Book of Mor-
mon and then church
history. By the time a
7. student graduates, he or
she will have covered all
four areas of scripture
study. During this time,
ZaChary through games and vari-
Zachary ous drills, the students
Keister master 100 scriptures, 25
from each discipline.
Ten make These classes seek to
r years of provide a spiritual and
class with social climate and to
nce. prepare young people
um begins for effective service and
study of missions.
ment, fol- This year's topic is the
few Testa- Old Testament.


Students from sev-
en area congregations,
their teachers, church
leaders and hundreds
of family members and
friends gathered togeth-
er for an annual semi-
nary graduation cer-
emony at the Niceville
Chapel of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints on June 1. The
students provided the
music and the talks and
testimonies that consti-
tute the program.
Undergraduates in
this program receive cer-
tificates of completion.


Mills to perform at Shady Grove homecoming, revival


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin'

The Rev. Carroll Senn
hosted gos-
pel singer
and travel-
ing minis-
ter Quinton
Mills oni
multiple occasions durinSg
his time at a church inAu-
burn.
Senn will host Mills at
a new location this week-
end, this time at Shady
Grove Assembly of God in
Baker.
"This is a first for this


QUINTON MILLS
At Sharly Gro,.e ,A ,ernl.,',
1189 Shady -i3ro'.e RdJ.
Bak-er
Hornec.orring Srna,',
10 a nir a:Jd 6 0 rnr
Rei,.'.al crusade -
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VWednesday. 7 p r
Information: Call 537-'61 1
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church," Senn said.
Mills is scheduled to
attend the church's home-
coming Sunday and to per-
form during the church's
revival crusade early next
week.
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homecoming Sunday and to perform during the
church's revival crusade early next week.


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as I understood it, was
to communicate through
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tual awakening -, the
turning of hearts back to
the Lord."
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sharing his personal tes-
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4 I CrestvuiPw News Bulletin


LOCAL


SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 2008:


Cox Communications upgrades area system


'Wil i


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Residents taking their
sunrise constitutionals
might have noticed fleets of
bucket-crane trucks mov-
ing through their neighbor-
hoods over the past several
weeks.
Cox Communications
has had two teams of sub-
contractors in the area as
the HD cable TV, telephone
and Internet provider up-
grades its system.
Rich McConnell, a su-
pervisor for one of the
crews, Knight Enterprises
out of Clearwater, oversees
a fleet of 15 trucks.
"We don't mess around,"
he laughed as he and his
team prepared to call it
quits for the first morning.
"We started in Fort Wal-
ton Beach, went to Freeport,
then to Crestview, and next
we'll go back to Freeport,"
McConnell said.
The crews' task is to di-
vide each of Cox's previous
service "nodes" into six or
eight smaller units.
"That way, if there is an
outage, fewer customers


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The Knight Enterprises fleet rendezvous off Industrial Drive after another night of
upgrading service nodes for Cox Communications.


are affected," explained
Steven Moore, a contrac-
tor working for Knight
one morning last week in a
neighborhood off of Valley
Road.
Sheila Nichols, Cox's
vice president for public
affairs, said the work will
enhance the quality of the
company's products.
"The upgrade will cer-
tainly offer better system
reliability, clearer pictures,


and more bandwidth
which will allow for more
high-definition channels,"
Nichols said. She added
that the upgrade will bring
38 HD channels and more
on-demand programs to
area subscribers.
McConnell said his team
works, at night because the
system upgrade might
briefly interrupt telephone
service in the neighbor-
hoods in which they are


working.
Noting that his crew,
which consists of contrac-
tors from West Virginia,
Tennessee, Kentucky, Ala-
bama and Florida, is travel-
ing from town to town for
the Cox upgrade, McCon-
nell said, "We're traveling
gypsies."
Because of their night-
time work, he joked, "Now
we're traveling vampire
gypsies!"


REPORT continued from 1


FCAT because we're al-
ready teaching those stan-
dards."
Sunshine State Read-
ing Standards are also an
important part of an Avia-
tor's education. Students
who read at least three
books on a list of 15 get
to vote in a statewide poll
for their favorites. Sixteen
Antioch students read all
15 books.
"Our media specialist
does an awesome job,"
Robinson said. "The ones
who read all the books get
a trophy and an ice cream
social."
Antioch students
placed third in the dis-
trict and fifth in the state
in this year's Knowledge
Master competition. The
school's Tech Bowl team
brought home a trophy in
the computer-based scav-
enger hunt.
"It tests keyboarding
skills and the ability to
process information rap-


idly," Robinson explained.
"Our team won first in the
district, and we're very
proud of that."
Antioch's math scores
are also impressive. For
third-graders, 96 percent
scored level 3 or higher,
Robinson said. Ninety-
four percent of fourth-
graders and 90 percent of
fifth-graders scored level 3
or above.
"And they were first
in the district," Robinson
added proudly.
"All that is due to our
hands-on math program.
Next year we have hired a
hands-on science teacher,
so one week will be math
and one week will be sci-
ence."


Challenges Ahead
Antioch's biggest chal-
lenge is declining enroll-
ment.
"If we started school
tomorrow, we'd be down


100 children under our
projection," Robinson
said. "Hopefully there w ull
be more children moving
in over the summer."
As in other schools,
budget constraints com-
bined with rising costs are
worrisome.
"It's hitting us even
with shipping and han-
dling of books," Robinson
lamented. "It's skyrocket-
ed the cost of getting ma-
terials here."
Most classroom assis-
tants had to be laid off.
"They have been phe-
nomenal in helping with
children who need extra
help in reading and math,"
Robinson said.
"We're going to of-
fer the same high qual-
ity education we always
do," she assured parents,
"but these people will be
missed tremendously."
Robinson also had to
cut three teachers (one
each in kindergarten, sec-


ond and fourth grade)
although declining enroll-
ment nught have resulted
in their layoffs anyway.
"We have super teach-
ers and staff here, and any
time I have to let them go,
it's very difficult," Rob-
inson said. "We're a fam-
ily here. When, not if, the
economy improves and
enrollment goes up, we
will have those people
back."
Robinson. is confident
herschool, as well as oth-
ers throughout the county,
will conquer current bud-
getary challenges.
"In Okaloosa County
we can do it. We have had
so much for so long. We
have been blessed," she
said. "We have excellent
people, and we are going
to continue to provide the
best education for these
children. They're going
to get what they need
and we're still going to
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The Crestview City
Council will meet Mon-
day at 6 p.m. in council
chambers. The public is
invited and encouraged
to attend.

1. Approval of consent
agenda.
2. New Business:
a. FAMU Pharmacy
School Greg Brown.
b. Florida League of
Cities Voting Delegate &
Resolution Information -
City Clerk.
c. Appointment to Po-
lice Officers & Firefighters
Retirement Board. (Charles
Baugh resigned effective
May 19, 2008). Appoint-
ment by City Council -
Administrative Services.
d. Water/Sewer Impact


Fee Administrative Ser-
vices.
e. Appointment to
Board of Adjustment.
(Ronald Reeves term ex-
pires July 24, 2008). Ap-
pointment by Councilman
Wells Administrative
Services.
f. Resolution #08-07
(Out-of-City Water at 5164
Lake Drive, Okaloosa
County, Florida) Re-
quested by Peggy Day,
Platinum Homes of NWF.
g. Operations, Mainte-
nance & Management Ser-
vices Agreement Amend-
ment #16 (CH2M Hill
OMI) Public Services
Department.
3. Mayoral Report.
4. Business from the
Floor.


TURKEY continued from 1


More turkey talk
Okaloosa County Ad-
ministrator Jim Cumrr de-
fended the worthiness of the
$300.000 Blackman appro-
pnabon. He did not address
Flonda Tax\\Vatch's c ribclsms
that the project 'appears not
to qualify tulder statutory
criteria" and has "no identi-
fiable plan."
"The main objection was
the\ didn't feel we went
through the proper process
in the legislature. and that's
fine." Curry said.
"I really can't believe any-
one would have the belief
that it's not a worthy project.
Blackman is a small commu-
nrut in Okaloosa County that
has seeun some growth, and
this is an effort to develop a
water system for them. It's
certainly not a turkey "

S'is it wfdihdofws.com
to read Sen. burell Peiien7's
r'stonse to Florida TaxWatch
!abehig tlhe' FAMLI pv'ject in
C'r ''ie' as a budget hatke'.
Tirve "budfgt th'rkit" in t[he
SCLllCh I a llldoat.


STATE BUDGET
ITEMS FOR
LAUREL HILL
.. $300,000 appropria-
tion for irpro'..'ements to
Laurel Hill's water system
anrd a FICri ra Recreation
Development Assistance
Program iFRDAPI grant
of about $34,000 for
improvements to Gene
Clary Park were part of
the recently signed state
budget.
"That will be a really
good thing," Mayor James
Dunn said. "We've been
.. trying od?'testto bring
enough resources in here
to get things moving."
Laurel .Hill City
Manager Timn Bolduc
said the $300,000 is ear-
marked toward construc-
tion of an 'additional water
tower. -' -'
Th. Rl Teffunds
.~'out ign Few lights
' All .f'those involved in
the park are excited about
the possibility of getting
lights put up," Bolduc
said.


CALL continued from 1,


911?
Garcia said when in
doubt, go ahead and call
911. Just don't be offended
if asked to call back on a
non-emergency line.
"When in doubt, call
911," he said. "Our dis-
patchers take their jobg
quite seriously, and when-
ever they are in doubt, we
send people out. It's easier
to make sure everything is
okay.
"If it turns out later that


it wasn't a big deal, we can
figure that out. If you call
and it's not an emergency,
they won't be rude. They'll
just ask you to call back on
a non-emergency number.
It's not that big a deal."

Capt. Garcia has reviewed
the 911 call from the woman
cornered by a snake that gener-
ated some conversation in the
community. Read the "Pass-
ing Shots" blog at crestview-
bulletin.com to find out what


YOU MAKE THE CALL
News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright has made three 911
calls in his life (none in the state of Florida). Crestview Fire
Department Capt Eric Garcia reviews if those calls were
appropriate
Call #1 Kyle locked himself out of his car with the car
running
Garcia's call: Since the car was running, it becomes a
fire hazard. so it was appropriate to call 911.
Call #2 Ky'le observed an unattended fire in a field
while drying on the interstate
Garcia's call: Also a fire hazard, and also an appropriate
call. 'You'd be surprised how quickly a wildfire can spread,"
he said.
Call #3 Repossession man continuously pounded on
Kyle's door at 3 a.m. and demanded to be allowed to repos-
sess his car. fThere was more than one Kyle Wnght in this
particular town, the the repo man was looking for the wrong
one). The 911 dispatch operator told Kyle he should have
paid his car bill on time.
Garcia's call: An appropriate 911 call because of the pos-
sibility of a break-in. As for the not-so-helpful dispatch opera-
tor "The/ would have gotten at least three days 'vacation.'"





Crestview Police Dept. crime reports
SHAWN LAMONT BLACK, 26, of 10137 Huntsman Path, Pensa-
cola, was issued a notice to appear on a charge of possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana. THOM AS A.ARON ENGESATH, 30, of 1052
1/2C Martin Luther King Jr Ave C reshie.'w, was issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of possession of marijuana.
4/20: RALPH SCHEUERMANN, 38, of 922 Valley Road, Crestview,
was charged v. ith battery idomebtK ,'.olence)
4/23: KAYLA DENISE MCELRATH, 19, of 1098 S. Wilson St., Crest-
view, was in charge of affray.
4/27: DEBRA DAWN MELLOTT, 53, of 271 Bracewell St., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated battery (domestic violence).
4/28: DAVID WAYNE ALLEN, 39, of 4250 Hicks Road, Crestview,
was charged with possession of cocaine and resisting an officer with
violence. PATRICIA N. MILLER, 48, of 4607 Chanan Drive, Crestview,
was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.




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James H. McConnell
Jan. 18, 1943 -June 16, 2008
James is survived by his mother, Nancy M. Tucker of
Crestview; one daughter and two sons; two brothers,
Bob McConnell of Holt and Tom McConnell of Roxboro,
N.C.;
Burial will take place Monday, June 23,2008 at Amelia
Veterans Cemetery in Amelia, Va.
Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, Powhatan, Va., is
entrusted with services.



Jane and Skip Badger
will celebrate their 50th .B
anniversary Sunday. Mrs.
Badger's first name was r ,
spelled incorrectly in the i
June 18 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.





Courtney-Jackson reunion set
The Courtney-Jackson Family Reunion will be held
June 28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Baker Community
Center, U.S. Highway 4, Baker.
This is a covered dish event. There will be door prizes
for all ages. Please mark your calendars and join us. For
details or directions please call 537-9972.

AFA chapter donates $1,000

to Air Force Enlisted Village


Cathy S. Landroche / Special to the News Bulletin
Dann Mattiza, left, president of the Hurlburt Field chapter
of the Air Force Association, presents a check for $1,000
to James C. Binnicker, president and CEO of the Air Force
Enlisted Village. Binnicker was also the 9th Chief Master
Sergeant of the Air Force.


Teens ride through area on Philadelphia trip


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Sometimes the first day
of a major trip starts off a
bit shaky.
For John Ellis and his
pal Jamaal Warren, leg
cramps put a crimp in the
first day of their Pensacola
to Philadelphia cycling
tour.
The teens, followed by
John's grandmother and
aunt in an escort van, be-
gan their trip early this
month by following the
Southern Tier cycling route
along U.S. Highway 90.
They passed through
Holt, Milligan, Crestview
and Dorcas late that after-
noon.
The popular route pe-
riodically brings cyclists
and hikers through our
communities.
For John and Jamaal, the
journey isn't just a great


Special to the News Bulletin
On the first day of their 21 -day bike odyssey, Jamaal
Warren and John Ellis take a break by a north county
estuary near Crestview.


way to celebrate the end of
the school year. Their goal
is to raise awareness -
and hopefully some dona-
tions for the Hepatitis B
Foundation.
John Ellis was diag-


nosed with the liver dis-
ease last year. The foun-
dation's home is in scenic
Bucks County, Penn., just
north of Philadelphia.
Ellis hopes to complete
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New Toastmaster officers

installed at ceremony


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happening.
COMMUNITY EVENTS


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview Toastmasters Club has new officers for
the 2008-2009 year. Toastmaster Area 16 Governor Lois
Johnson (second from left) conducted the installation
ceremony at the Crestview Public Library on June
10. The officers are Tish Davies (from left), secretary;
Lois Johnson; Jazmine Rhinehart, vice-president of
membership; Kathy Morrow, president; Rick Walker,
sergeant at arms; Helen McKenna, vice-president
of public relations; Elaine Wilson, vice-president
of education; and Ruth Salazar, past president and
treasurer. Toastmasters is a program to help you
develop communication skills and open doors in y6ur
personal and professional life. Members learn speaking
skills in a relaxed atmosphere of understanding and
helpful fellowship. The Crestview club meets from 6-
p.m. to 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month in the
Crestview Public Library on Commerce Drive behind the
post office. Visitors are always welcome.


From staff reports

TODAY

FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
Saturday, June 21, 8
a.m. Volunteers for trail
maintenance on Eglin
reservation. Details
(850) 341-1389 or http://
westgate.floridatrail.org
online.
BUTTERFLY
GARDENS: Join the Fort
Walton Beach Library for
"Butterfly Gardenstoday
to learn about these
beautiful creatures and
their favorite plants.
Theresa Friday from
Navarre's Panhandle
Butterfly House will
discuss the Monarch
butterfly and its life
cycle.
All interested
gardeners are invited to


attend this free program.
To sign up, call 833-9590.
The library is in
downtown Fort Walton
Beach near the corner of
U.S. Hwy 98 and Eglin
Pkwy. Parking is on
First St. with additional
city parking on Ferry
Rd. near the Bangkok
House. Assistance for
the handicapped is
available.

CRESTVIEW
DRAKE CAMPAIGN
KICKOFF: Brad Drake,
former aide to state Rep.
Don Brown, has qualified
to run for the District
5 house seat currently
held by Brown. He will
hold a campaign kickoff
Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the
gazebo behind the county
courthouse on Main
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Authority is requesting
proposdis 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
be held on June 12,
2008 @ 10:00 A.M.
(CST) at the Housing
Authority offices. Bid wilI
be received until 10:00
A.M. on July 1 2008
(CST) at Housing


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NESSA B. ELDER ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHOA RE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; TWIN
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CIATION, INC.; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC.; VAN-
GUARD BANK AND
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Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE S HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated June
10, 2008 entered in
Civil Case No. 2007 CA
003688 S of the Circuit
Court of the 1ST Judicial
Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
CRESTVIEW, Florida, I
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than the property owner
as of the date of the lis
pendens, must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
Dated this 11 day of
June, 2008.'
DON W. HOWARD
Cleik of the Circuit Court
By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN-
TIFF
801 S. University Drive
Suite 500
Plantation FL. 33324
954-233-8000
07-96141 (CWF) I
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERICANS
WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
persons with disabilities
needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the
OKALOOSA County
Courthouse at
904-65 1 -7497,
1-800-955-8771 (TDDI
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.


Legal # 100405
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2007-CA-2962-C DI-
VISION: FILE NO.:
F07019709
NATIONAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TIFFANY D. DEARMAN,
et al,
Defendants(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: TIFFANY D.
DEARMAN


LAST KNOWN AD- accommodation to partic-
DRESS: 2225 Madrid ipate in this proceeding
Court should contact Court Ad-
Arlington, TX 76013 ministration a 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
CURRENT ADDRESS: view, FL. 32536-3515;
UNKNOWN telephone number
850-689-5000, Exten-
ANY AND ALL UN- sion 7497, prior to the
KNOWN PARTIES proceeding. 'or Shalimar
CLAIMING BY, 850-651-7497
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE IMPORTANT
HEREIN NAMED IN- In accordance with the
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- Americans with Disabili-
ANT(S) WHO ARE ties Act, persons with dis-
NOT TO BE KNOWN abilities needing special
TO BE DEAD OR accommodation to partic-
ALIVE, WHETHER ipate in this proceeding
SAID UNKNOWN should contact Court A
PARTIES MAY CLAIM ministration at 1250 N.
AN INTEREST AS Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
SPOUSE, HEIRS DE- FE 32579, telephone
VISEES GRANTEES, number 850-651-7497,
OR OTHER CLAIM- prior to the proceeding.
ANTS
06/14/08
LAST KNOWN AD- 06/21/08
DRESS: UNKNOWN ___
CURRENT ADDRESS: LEGAL # 120010
UNKNOWN LEGAL# 120010


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 19, BLOCK B,
SUGAlR CREEK, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 17 PAGES 43
AND 44, PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Dansher
Mini Warehouses, lo-
cated at 1110 N. Ferdon
Blvd., in Crestview, Flor-
ida will offer for sale to
the highest bidder the
house old and other
Foods stored in the be-
ow listed units of
Dansher Mini Ware-
houses. Said goods are
to be sold to recover the
rents not paid by the ten-
ant.


has been filed against ..nit..A-04o
you and you are required 325 Vernon 1
to. serve a copy of your Baker, FL 3253
written defenses, if afny, ,, .. 0,
on or' before Jul 23U nit # C-012C,
2008, on Florida Default 640 Shrewsbu
Law Group, P.L., MaryEster F
Plaintiff's attorney, whose T.. ,,.
address is 9119 Corpo- The sale shall
rate Lake Drive, Suite u. 11 ,2008,
300 Tampa, Florida .M- at the D
33634 and file the origi- Mini Warehou
nal with this Court either 06/21/2008
before service on 06/28/2008
Plaintiff's attorney or im- 06/28/2008
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for LEGA # ,,
the relief demanded in LEGAL # 120
the Complaint or petition. i. TiNT C1


WITNESS my han
the seal of this Co
this 11 day of
2008.
DON W. HOWARE
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty SIMS
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default
r',, .L Pl


PO BOX 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special


review these documents
TO: Adam B. Stephens upon request.
2936 PDL Springs Rd. You must keep the Clerk
Ponce De Leon, FL of the Circuit Court's of-
32455 fice notified of your cur-
.rent address. (You may
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that file Notice of Current Ad-
an action has been filed dress, Florida Supreme
against you and that you Court Approved Family
are required to serve a Law Form 12.915.) Fu-
copy of your written de- ture papers in this lawsuit
senses, if any, to it on will be mailed to the ad-
(name of Petitioner) Eliza- dress on record at the
beth L. Stephens whose clerk's office.
address is T601 N. Pearl WARNING: Rule
St. Crestview, Fl 32536 12.285 Florida Family
on or before (date) July Law Rules of Procedure,
2, 2008, and file the requires certain auto-
original with the clerk of matic disclosure of docu-
this Court at (clerk's ad- ments and information.
dress) Okaloosa County Failure to comply can re-
Courthouse, 101 E. suit in sanctions, includ-
James Lee Blvd. Crest- ing dismissal or striking
view, FL, 32536, before of-pleadings.
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If Don W. Howard
you fail to do so, a CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
default my be en- COURT
tered against you By: Kitty Sims ..
for the relief de- DeputyClerk
manded in the peti- Dated: May 28, 2008.
tion.
Copies of all court docu- 05/31/2008
ments in this case, includ- 06/07/2008
ing orders, are available 06/14/2008
at the Clerk of the Circuit 06/21/2008
Court's office. You may


LEGAL # 120052
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE
NO.2008CP000448C
DMSION PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KEVIN MICHAEL JOSEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of Kevin Michael
Josey, deceased, whose
date of death was March
16, 2008, and whose
social security number is
591-03-4241, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Okaloosa County,
Florida Probate Division;
the address of which is
Florida. The names and
addresses 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-


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June, AND FOR
June, OKALOOSA
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D NO.:2008DR2444C
DIVISION:
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Law PHENS,
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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
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERl-
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 (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
-- The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
June 14, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative: A.
SWayne Williamson Flor-
ida Bar No. 0115002
Welton & Williamson,
-LLC 1020 South Ferdon
Blvd. Crestview, Florida
32536 Tele-
hone:(850)682-212

SPersonal Representative:
Alisha Danielle Josey
,5925 Pineforest Drive
Crestview, Florida
32536
06/14/2008
06/21/2008

LEGAL # 120053


NOTICE OF S
Surplus Propert
The City of C
- accepting seal
surplus property
the general
through the C
Office. There
''items for bid t
motor vehicles:
:-:. 1984 Ford Buc
1986 Serria
Truck
1994 Cadillac
2000 Pontiac F
...1995 Pontiac
Water Meters
"'Various Saws
eaters.
Bidders can v
.. items aI the I
of Public Servic
at 715 N. Fe
'. Beginning Me
'. 7, 2008 throi
July 11, 2008
A.M. until 4:00
All bids must
Sted by noon on
Friday July 1
tabulated in i
Chambers at
day July 11,
Sales are final
will be sold,
warranty writi
plied. Bid S
available at the
tenance shop
these bid sheik
Accepted. Bid
mailed or hani
to the City of
Office of the
P.O. Box 12
view Florida 32
06/18/2008
06/21/2008
06/25/2008
06/28/2008


LEGAL # 120


ALE
y


LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the proper
owner as of the dare of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 0 days after
the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: K. Bouhall
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N.
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al114 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. IF HEARING IM-
PAIRED CONTACT
STDD)8609558771 VIA
Florida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300 Fort Lauderdale,
Florida 33312 Tele-
phone: (305)770-4100
Fax: (305653-2329
06/21/2008
06/28/2008

LEGAL #120050
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE, GUARDI-
ANSHIP & TRUST DI-
VISION CASE
NO.:2008-584
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
FERN DARLENE
REEVES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE
NO.2007CA005549C
REGIONS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JENNIFER P. MINERVINE
et. al.
Defendants.


CARLA B. YATES, At-
torney at Law The
Yates Law Firm, P. A.
320 W. Kennedy Boule-
vard, Suite 520 Tampa
Florida 33606
(813)254-6516 Florida
Bar No.:709166
JACKIE LAMAR
REEVES Personal Repre-
sentative c/o The Yates
Law Firm PA. 320 W.
Kennedy Boulevard, Suite
520 Tampa, Florida
33606'


NOTICE IS HEREBY 06/14/2008
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 06/21/2008
nal Ju.dmeri of Fore:i.> __
oure daied June 13
2008 and enieed ir, _F _
Caze No PROA
200'C"005549C of
the Crcu,i Court of Ihe 1150 I
First I,,d,:,al Crcuai in
and for Okaloosa Affectionate man
County, Florida, wherein seeking affectionate
REGIONS BANK is a woman between 40-55,
Plaintiff and JENNIFER P possible marriage, must
MINERVINE, IF LIVING, not drink 533-0868
rAND.IF DEAD, THE UN'-
KNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEES, --- .
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- '
EES LIEN6RS CREDI- .
TOiS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES .
CLAIMING AN INTER-4
EST BY, THROUGH UN-
DER OR AGAINST' JEN-
NIFER P. MINERVINE;
NICHOLAS I. MINER- PETS& ANIMALS
VINE IF LIVING AND IF
DEAD THE UNKNOWN 2100- Pets
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- 2110- P: Free to
SEES GRANTEES, AD 2120 Pet SuppTles
SIGNEES LIENORS 2130 Farm Animals/
CREDITORS, TRUSTEE Supplies
AND ALL OTHER PAR- 2140 Pets/Livestock
TIES CLAIMING AN IN- Wanted
TEREST BY, THROUGH 2150 Pet Memorials
UNDER OR AGAINSf
NICHOLAS I. MINER-
VINE are the Defendants.
I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash 2100
at Okaloosa County
Courthouse South front
door, 101 E. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FL; at EW rfAuJ
11:00 A.M. on July 14, W T D
2008, the following de-
scribed property as set Chesapeake Bay re-
forth in said Final Judg- trievers. AKC. 8 weeks
ment, to wit: old. Brown 3 males, 1
LOT 47, 4TH ADDITION female $100 each.
TO COUNTRYWIDE ES- 850-982-3074
STATES, A SUBDIVISION
OF A PORTION OF SEC- *
TION 31, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 28 TO
WEST, OKALOOSA fW NI
COUNTY, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF Chihuahua pups, males
"" AS RECORDED IN PLAf & females 1 silver col-
BOOK 13 PAGE 78 ored. $300 & up. taking
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6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
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MEW rTOiAV
Crestview 1 br, newly
remodeled. CH&A
WS&G inc, no smoking/
pets $550mo + DD.
B50-978-0050


Crestvew- 2 br, 1 ba,
$600/mo$60$600 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
398-5757 or 420-1517


Crestview 2br 1 ba 1 eg
duplex Large fenced yard
$650mo 4998 Okaloosa
Lane. also 2912 A Cres-
cent Avn. 537-0141


Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gatedno pets
$57Amo/$5o0dep, 12
mo lease req. 1 month
free rent. 585-1574


Crestview 303 & 307
Purl Adams 2br, 1 V2ba,
W/D. $753/mo + dep.
Avail now 5434742


NEW rDyAV
Cresview- 3br, 2.ba,
1500sf TH no pets/
smoke. Near hospital
$850mo+dd. 621-1857
Crestview Townhouse,
BR, 2.5 BA, 1500sf,
950/mo, pets OK,
50-398-3311


6140
1, 2, & 3 Bd Homes for
Lease. Section 8 ac-
cepted 682-2735 or
682-4800
Crestview 3 BR 2 BA
$550. mo., $550. Dep.
Pead July 1 Call

Crestview 3 Br 2 ba
newly remodeled, sets on
1 acre lot in a country
quiet neighborhood.
$850. mos + $850. dd
Call 682-1265


Crestview
3BR1 1/2 Bath 1 ~ h1 o
1CG Furnished room includes
Newly Remodeled all utilities. Background
With Above Ground check & lease required.
Pool & Large Fenced In 500. mO. call
yard. Pet Friendly. 682-3454
S850/ month & $850 1
eosit. Call (850) Roommate to share
49v-9552. 3br 2ba, brick house
S$450mo includes all utili-
_, ties/ cable. Call
NEfW TOAY 682-7869

Crestview 3BR, 2 BA,
2 CG. Brand new, Ig |1



Crestview b.d., 2 0%b a
Section 8 approved, 3br, 2b la ard.
$850. mo deposit re. r, 2ba, lare yard
auired. 537-2960 or Lare trailer. No
30-7944 smoke/pets. $550/mo.
$575dd. 240-0890
Crestview house for
rent 5 br, 2 ba brick Crestview quiet clean'
house, new remodeled, 3br 2ba, 1216sf, large
hardwood/tile, very spa- secluded lot close "o
cious large kitchen town. Pets negotiable.
$11 mo/$1 00dep. Lawn care. $750/mo +
Pets neg. Call 902-1299 dep. 850-423-0967


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Crestview Rent to
own Spacious 4br Pets
ok. Available now Da-
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Crestview Beautiful
3br, 2ba, home. Corner
lot fenced, pets OK
reference. 1540 N.'
Lloyd St. $850/mo.
863-3292
Crestview, So. of 1-10
3br, 2ba, Ig. fenced
yard, large shed, pet
UOK. $895. 243-231
Crestview- 3 homes
available. $775, $950
and $1,000. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC.
856-865-7777
Janet
Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
6P2-1800
Crestview
* 216 Virginia St.
2 br, 1 a, $650
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3 br, 1 1/2 ba, $700
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3 bd/2 ba; $725
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4 bd/2 ba; $895
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3 br 2 ba, $950
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3 bd/2 ba; i995
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3 bd; 2,ha; $995
* 460 Jillian Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $1050
* 6462 Moonlight Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $1150
* 5452 E. Brooks Dr
3br, 2aba, $1200
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4 bd/2 ba; $1250


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7120 Commercial
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7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
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7190 Out-of-Town
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7200 Timeshare



Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
brick, approx. 1700sf on
private pond, 2 acres.
229K obo. 259-5603
or rgriley2@cox.net
Crestview
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Church Rd. to Scarlett Dr.
East. 682-1416 or
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3br, 2ba/lcg $950,
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$1100. Both recently re-
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682-6156
t 204 Booker St.
$500 2 br 1 ba
227 Walker Circle
700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
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800 3 br, 1'V2 ba, 1 cg
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1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
1800, 3br, 2Y2ba, 2cg
AII Properties require a
c.edi check, 1 yr lease,
eno'inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


'. this>j Ford Explorer Sport
1998. AT, AC, PWR,
Navarre ~ New Paint- Black
2 store y,4 br, 2' ba, 4WD $3500 Call
2150s home on large 598-1500
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & ding
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whirlpool tub and0
separate shower in mas- 8130
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
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.Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg. 1987 Ford Bronco II

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S 7150
1 acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area.
Call 850-240-0890 HEW ",
SAstro Van '03
work van, runs good,
7new A/C, $3500 obo.
Call 5344442
2002 Majestic Cham- Call 534-42
pion 3 bd. 2 ba., one
owner, 76X16 Open ,s
floor plan, Excellent con.
$25,000. Call 8210
951-0039
-- 1996 XL Bay boat. Ex.
16x80 Redmond 3bd
16x80 Redmond 3bd Cond. Inboard motor. 8
2ba dishwasher, stove, asset r .$5000
ref.washer/ dryer, AC t 02-2 3 or 75-9859
excellent cond. must be
moved $17,500.
228-466-5283 or
682-2033 NEW TODAY

*i a ,2007 17ft. Express Bass
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stroke, 15 hours on
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,irll Tf ,T 15,400. Call
NEW ITO 5374866

FWB Waterfront 32' Cabin Cruiser,
L 1992 Regal Commo-
jdore. Twin Volvo I/O
li l with cabin AC.. $30K
HOUSE 850-376-2414
Magnifkient askforTom
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.\ 682-9238 or 3050195





C MARINE
8100 Antique & Collectibles ElWI O A
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles 2007 Honda Rancher ES
8130 -Trucks 4 wheeler w/18 hrs. Ex-
8140- Vans tended warranty in-
81- Commercial clouded. 4WD. $5,000.
8170 Moto Parcycles Firm. Call 537-4866
& Accessories
8210o- Boats 2008 Yamaha
8220 Personal Watercratn 20 Yama
8230 Sailboats Kaptor 700UU
8240 Boat & Marine Low hrs, perfect condi-
Supplies tion under warranty.
8310 Aircraft/Aviation GYTR muffler & skid
320 -AV/Off RoadVehicles plbte, $6000. Call Terry
8330 Campers & Trailers 850-685-9468 or
8340 Motorhomes 850-226-8599


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


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


Ford Mustang
2003
White with rey interior
95K miles. Great condi-
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$6000. Please call
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SPORTS


SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 2008


RESCUE continued from 10


CANOE SAFETY TIPS


* Using a rescue surfboard: If a victim
is floating and unresponsive, and if there
is a rescue surfboard available, a rescuer
can paddle out to the person and transport
him back to shore for resuscitation. The
surfboard should nil,- be used c trained
resc t.lrs.
Dernionstrated b tNiatthn and Bran .n


* Bringing in an unconscious victim: If
a victim is floating and unresponsive, but
no rescue surfboard is available, a strong
swimmer can swim to the victim, turn
him on his back and, placing a hand over
his shoulder and across his chest, use
a breaststroke or sidestroke kick to tow
him back to shore for resuscitation. Weak
swimmers should not attempt this rescue.
Demonstrated by Jordan and Tyler


* Using a rescue tube: If a swimmer is tired
and calling for help, but is not panicking or
thrashing the water, a good swimmer may
jump in with a foam rescue tube, swim to the
victim and extend an end of the belt to. him.
As the,.victim holds onto the tube, the rescuer
pan pull him to safety. Only strong swimmers
hioulh:d ttlrpt this'rescue,
,en.. r trate-d by Akira anrd Br' '..in


. .. .- _
T _


W,, o := ",. h d7


* Entering the water:: If you are a good
swimmer and must enter the water to rescue a
tired or unconscious swimmer, do not dive. So
that you always keep the victim in. sight, jump
into the water while E imn-uit ne:..usi e:-:e ut- ,\
ing a strong scissor kick to assUre',,,ur head
sta, .b-C..' ie h urfa.:e .vh,: i'i ,,u I-nter
Cenc.n:,zr.n J rte. \ Ti ler


* Getting back in a canoe: Wriern y).:Ju iiid
your partner fall out of the canoe, get back in
from opposite sides of the craft at the same
time. Then as one settles in his seat, the other
helps stabilize the canoe before assuming his
own seat.
Demonstrated by Nathan and Bryan


SAFETY continued from


adult should be in charge
of group swim activities;
Be physically fit:
Know your physical capa-
bilities and don't exceed
them;
Swim in a safe area":
free of strong or rip cur-
rents and obstructions
such as tree limbs;
Lifeguard on duty;
don't swim when life-
guards are not present;
Lookout: Someone
who is not actively par-
ticipating should keep an
eye on everyone else and
summon a lifeguard if
needed;
Ability group:
Swim only with people
sharing your capability
and in areas suitable to


* When your canoe is submerged
or partially submerged: Even fully
swamped most modern canoes will remain
nrrar the surfac- o thir- water. Most inju-
ries and'drcwriings occur when the victim .
eades the craft.,Climb back into the vessel
ar-nd use the paddles or your hands to row,
it to shore, where you may then dump the,*
water out.
Demonstrated by Nathan and Bryan



10


vour skill;
Buddy system:
Never swim alone, and
always keep an eye on ,'
your buddy; and
Discipline: follow
i.'th0 rules of safe swim-
ming.
"The two primary
causes for accidents
around the water are
lack of supervision and
violation of safety rules,"
Hoover said.
The Boy Scouts'
life-saving procedure,
Hoover said, involves
four rescue steps:
Reach something
to the person in trouble,.
such as a pole or tree
branch;
Throw something.


that. floats to them, in-
cluding a life ring, ice .
chest, or pool floatie;
Row a boat or canoe
to them; or, "as a last
resort," Hoover empha- ,
sized,
Go in after them.
Hoover stressed only
a trained rescuer should."
swim out to someone
in trouble. If the person ,
should panic, he or she
could easily pull an inex-
perienced, untrained but
well-meaning swimmer
under.
After our briefing,
the Boy Scout lifeguards
demonstrated several res-
cue techniques for us and
also showed us canoe
safety procedures.


Team Red Bull energized by results


* Using a backboard: Two people ashore
can help a rescuer bring an unconscious
victim safely onto a pool deck or onto a
dock using the backboard. While oneholds.
the victim's hands onto the deck to keep
him from slipping under the water, the other
slides the backboard into the water next
to him. Turn the victim around so his back
is against the backboard, and then both .
simultaneously haul the victim on the board
up and on to the deck.
Demonstrated by Tyler and Bryan

* Rescuing an actively drowning victim:
No matter how much you care about some-
one who is thrashing the water in panic,
unless you are trained in lifesaving tech-,
niques, do not attempt to swim out'to save
the person. In their desperation, active vic-
tims grab their would-be rescuers and pull
them under. Instead, unless trained help `1
is responding, grab anything that will float,
and swim that object out to the person to
grfboif6o. lRemain but of the '..-tirn's gra.sp..
Once he is firrni, h oiding ithe object and has
calmed down, tow him -o saiety.


* Rescuing a victim in a boat: Two rescu-
ers, one rowing, the other directing him, may
rescue an actively drowning victim or tired
swimmer in a row boat. As you approach the.
uictirrr, Orack th boat to him so c.hian ap 'i
the stern. T--e rescuer s .:.uld hl ih e victim's
hands securely to the gunwale and reas-
sure him as the rower takes them to safety.
Demonstrated by Dick Hoover, Jordan and
Tyler
Photos by Chayne Sparagowski

A special thanks to the Boy Scout
lifeguards at the Spanish Trail
Scout Reservation and water :
safety director Dick Hoover for
demonstrating these important
water safety and rescue '
techniques. See video of the '
scouts demonstrating these skills
at i
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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Last season the owners
S,of Team,Red Bull were see,
ing red whenit came to the
Sprint Cup
Series.
But follow-
ing two top
five finishes
by Brian Vick-
ers and two
top-10 finish-
es by A.J. All- Brian
mendinger, it Vickers
is the compe-
tition that is seeing 'red.'-
Vickers, who was hand
picked by the late Ricky
Hendrick, to replace him
in the Nationwide Series, is
starting to see some greener
pastures since leaving the
organization mat gave him
his start.
Well, :yo know, we
.have definitely. been run-
ning better lately, that's for
sure," said Vickers. "It's al-
ways hard to pinpoint ex-
actly what the cause is, and
it's rarely one single event
or one cause, but I think
it's a culmination of a lot of

Off and .on this season
each driver had their mo-
ments until -the All-Star
Weekend when everything
'clicked. ,
Vickers and his crew
won the NASCAR Sprint
Pit Crew Challenge, while
SAllmendinger 'won the,


Photos courtesy of NASCAR
Brian Vickers turns a lap in the TeanilRed Bull oota Cam.
I r\ ^ *' ,.], . *.. i ,


Sprint Showdown in order
to qualify his Camrv for the
NASCAR Sprint All-Star
race.
One of the biggest things
could be what you will find
under-the hood of both cars',
"One thing that I think
people don't realize is that,
Toyota Racing Develop-
ment (TRD) builds our en-
gines and builds Michael
Waltrip engines, and Gibbs
builds their own engines,"
said Vickers. "TRD has
come a long ways. I mean,
a long ways. We started out
the end of last year having a
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last second.
"They were kind of in the
Cup Series expecting to run
the block they had been run-
ning for years in the Truck
Series and had to start over
basically That was tough
to overcome, but they did'a
good job."
For Allmendinger his
recent back-to-back top-
10 finishes are a nice thing
compared to when he was
replaced by Mike Skinner
during the early part of the
season.
"It really wasn't so much
learning anything specific,
but Mike Skinner does a
great job and he did a greht
job in the race car but he
helped me a ton outside
of it, just more than any-
thing giving me a peace of
mind," said Allmendinger,
who came to Team Red Bull
from the former Champ Car
Series. "When you go with
a brand new team and-a
brand new manufacturer
you really have nothing to
gauge off of, and for myself
never having been in stock
cars before and jumping in
that situatio.i ,
"It would have been a
different ,if I would have
jumped in the 48 or the 24
car or a car that you knew
where it race, whether it ran
up front or mid-pack or this
like that, but, with a brand
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of the team, what we need-
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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





PORTS


S.PORaspTSO A0%Sn


Anthony Brown
starts strong
Anthony Brown opened
his second season of profes-
sional baseball in impressive
fashion.
The former Crestview and
Okaloosa-Walton College
outfielder has moved from the
Sarasota Reds to the Billings
(Mont.) Mustangs of the
Rookie Pioneer League.
In his first two games
with the Mustangs, Brown
was 5-for-9 with a home run,
double, two runs scored and
two runs batted in.

Hammonds to
take time off
Tom Hammonds
Enterprises, LLC (THE) has
announced it will take time off
from racing on the NHRA Pro
Stock circuit to regroup by
seeking primary sponsorship
and filling key team positions,
according to a release from
Hammonds' publicist.
Team Hammonds has
been operating without a
primary sponsor for two sea-'
sons, and ir h,; taken a toll
on the team's performance.
Without primary sponsorship,
Hammonds was forced to
concentrate on other primary
duties, which compromised
his performance on the track.
He has qualified for elimina-
tions at only two events this
season.

Softball tourney
at Laurel Hill
A softball tournament
for girls ages 10-12 will be
held today at Gene Clary
Park in Laurel Hill. The event
will start at 7 a.m. and last
all day. For details, contact
Johnny James at 826-3529.

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 and 9-11.
Cheerleading is for those
12 and younger.
Cost for each of the pro-
grams is $60 for Crestview
city residents and $65 for
those living outside the city..
For more information call
682-4715.

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

Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Youth
Association golf tournament
has been postponed until
November. For more informa-
tion call 758-7064.

Softball tourney
Church and class
D/E teams are invited to
participate in the Give Me
Shelter Ministries Benefit
tournament on July 12
at the Fort Walton Beach
Fairgrounds.
Entry fee for the double
elimination tournament is
$150.
There is a two home run
limit per team a game.
To register by
e-mail go to info@
GiveMeShelterMinistries.org.
Or call Kenny Phillips at 496-
7398.


Entry deadline is 5 p.m. '
on July 9.


SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 2008


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Summer is the time for cooling off in local swimming' holes, a day at the beach, jumping in the neighbor's pool, and for family canoeing
trips on the Blackwater River. Knowing and practicing basic water safety techniques can keep you, your buddies and your family safer.



In over your head?


Learn a few water safety tips before you jump, fall or get pushed


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A h...it's summertime.
School's out, days are sunny
and hot, and the local swim-
min' hole, stream, river,
beach or pool is just waiting for you
to plunge in.
Unfortunately, too many un-
skilled or non-swimmers wind up
in local waters. When they start
horsing around and get in trouble,
there's not always a lifeguard or
someone else trained in water safety
on hand to pull them out.
Whether you're canoeing on the
Blackwater River, fishing in your fa-
vorite fishing' hole, or jumping in the
neighbor's pond or pool, knowing
some basic water safety techniques
can mean the difference between a
brief scare and a tragedy.
To learn some basics and see
demonstrations of more advanced
lifesaving skills, the Crestview
News Bulletin recently visited the
Euchee Waterfront at the Spanish
Trail Scout Reservation of the Boy
Scouts of America Gulf Coast Coun-
cil.
We met the council's director
of water safety, Dick Hoover, and
scout lifeguards Akira Beck, Jordan
Ciampini, Nathan Kern, Tyler Mar-
shall and Bryan Roever.
"People get into trouble right
away when they get overconfident,"
said Hoqver. "They try to swim be-
yond their capabilities, they get into
water that's over their heads, and if
they're in the ocean, they get caught
in a rip tide."
S"People don't understand their


BASIC WATER SAFETY
* Never swim alone. A.1_ia, s have a
. -,ud.,, wvith you and keep an eye on
each other.

* Every person in a boat or canoe,
as well as inexperienced or weak
swimmers in T'.ie vater, should wear
a personal flotation device (PFD) An
example is a lise jacket

* Always jump into unknown waters
feet-first. Only after you have de-
termined the water is deep enough
should you dive. Severe spinal. neck
and back njuries occur frequently,
often leading to a lifetime of par-a, sis.
when someone dives into water that
wasn't deep enough.



Tips for canoeing safely on Page 8.


swimming ability," Tyler added.
"They don't realize they're not
strong swimmers."
Observed Jordan: "Sometimes
you'll see people just going out
alone. That's a good way to get lost
and no one knows where you are.
Here we have a buddy system and
we have a buddy check every 15
minutes to make sure everyone's
with their buddy."
Hoover said a good way to stay
out of trouble is to follow the same
Safe Swim Defense practices used
by the Boy Scouts.
He briefly explained each tenant:
Have qualified supervision: An

See SAFETY 8


BASIC RESCUE TIPS
* Equipment: Pools and swimming areas should be
equipped with basic rescue equipment, including a life
ring with rope attached, a 10-ft. rescue pole, a float-
able rescue tube and a backboard. Beaches should
be equipped with a rescue surfboard.

* Talk to the person in trouble: Help keep him calm
during the following rescues by reassuring him,


* Throwing a life ring: Toss the ring underhranded,
throwing it beyond the person in trouble. Pull the ring
to the person, let him grab on to it, then pull him to
safety. Demonstrated by Nathan


* Using a pole: If the victim is close enough, reach /
a long pole or stick to him, then draw him steadily to
safety. Demonstrated by Tyler and Jordan
See RESCUE 8


Why don't certain mascots raise a devil of a controversy?


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

In recent years schools
have been encouraged
and often required to
change their Native
American mascots to
something more political-
ly correct. And of course
many schools in the
South, such as Escambia
High in Pensacola, that
once had a Rebel mascot
have been forced to go to
something less controver-
sial.
It seems we are wor-
ried about offending or
catering to everyone but
Christians.
I did a quick Internet
search on the "Devil"
mascot issue. Every case
I found went by the no-
tion that a devil mas-
cot doesn't violate the
concept of separation


of church and state, or
the actual establishment
clause.
Logically, I can under-
stand that position even if
I don't agree with it.
What I can't under-
stand is how as a soci-
ety we will bend over
backwards to not offend
some minority groups,
but don't care about ad-
dressing an issue another
group finds offensive.
If a Devil mascot isn't
demeaning to Christians,
how can we suggest that a
Rebel mascot is demean-
ing to African-Americans?
Or that a Chiefs mascot
is demeaning to Native
Americans?
If Christians are sup-
posedly being oversensi-
tive to the Devil, couldn't
the same logic be applied
to other groups?
A student attending


Holmes County High
School (the closest to this
area with a Devil mascot)
is not going to turn into
a Satan worshipper. Nor
is a school with a Rebel
mascot going to turn
someone into a Confeder-
ate soldier.
However it should
be acknowledged that
both mascots can be, and
are, offensive to certain
groups, of people.
In sorne ca-ses, such as
the one in\ olving Floiida
State Univ er-itv 5 Semi-
nole niascot, the school
has gone to the group in
question to see how it
feels about the mascot.
The Seminole Nation here
in Florida endorses the
FSU mascot and embraces
the place it represents in
our state's history.
Sadly, it took the en-
dorsement of the Semi-


nole nation for the NCAA
to allow Florida State to
keep the mascot.
It would seem most
areas would have enough
heritage that schools
could have plenty of
mascots from which to
choose.
The Baker Gators seem
like a natural fit, although
I've never seen a gator
in Baker. Surrounded by
Pensacola Bay and Santa
Rosa Sound, it's fitting
that a Dolphin is the Gulf
Breeze mascot.
By the same token, just
as the Seminole is perfect
for Florida State, nothing
is more representative of
Texas than a Longhorn or
of Tennessee than a Vol-
unteer. Even Okaloosa-
Walton College's Raider
mascot, named for the
famed Doolittle Raiders,
makes perfect sense. The


squadron trained at Eglin
and probably flew over
the land that is home of
the main OWC campus.
There are some mas-
cots that just seem out of
place. What does a Viking
have to do with Fort Wal-
ton Beach?
Between sharks, rays,
gators, bears, wild hogs
and a myriad of other
wildlife in the woods and
waters of Northwest Flor-
ida there should be plenty
of mascots to choose from.
When you throw in
your old faithfuls like
Crestview's Bulldogs it
seems we could easily get
the devil (mascot) out of
our schools.

Do take issue with schools
using the term "devil" in
their mascots? Tell us why
or why not at crestviewbul-
letin.com


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from those involved in our community. FREEDOM
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