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strong words for governor


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

D on Brown didn't disap-
point.
The outgoing District
5 state representative e
from DeFtuniak Spring.s offered
candid opinions on multiple
topics during the Crest\ iew
Area Chamber ot Commerce
governmental isue.s commit-
tee Tuesday morning.
He traced man\ local, state
and nation problems to gox\-
ernments' tocuIs on addressmgn
sy-mptoms instead ot \\-orking
to solve the actual problems.


ELECTION CANDIDATES FINALIZED
Don Brown isn't -unrining for another terrni tri e .- Distric ..tate
representative, but these candidates have qualified to run in state and
local races in north Okaloosa County
* indicates winner; # resides in north
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He decried politicians \\ho make decisions for
political gain at the expense ot citizens. He also
thanked the community for the chance to serve
as the area's state repre-entative for the past
eight years.

On Gov. Charlie Crist
Bro n mentioned Crist's
recent reversal of his stand
against drilling for oil in the
Gulf of Mlexico.
"It reconfirms my opmn-
ion our governor i- a clas-
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said. repeating the
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Northwood Elementary city's 'best-kept secret'


Kyle Wright
Crestview News BOlletin
This is the fifth in the News
Bulletin's series of interviews
with area school principals.

Northwood Elementary
School Principal Jacqueline
Craig describes the school
,as the, best-kept secret in,
'Crestview..
"We're off the beaten
'path, and we're not a school
you drive byand see, but
,what is happening here is
unbelievable," she said.
Craig, who recently
completed her seventh year
at Northwood, looked back
on the past school year and
looked ahead to 2008-09.

Financial matters
Craig got directly to the
toughest issue, asking first
to address the school's


Kyle Wright / News Bulletin
Northwood Elementary ,
School Principal Jacqueline
Craig works with students in
a summer class.

situation within the Okaloo-
sa County school district's
budget crunch.
"It's really not that bad,"
she said. "I consider myself
a person that sees the glass
half full. Certainly we're go-


ing to have to do more with
less, but as long as we can
hire the faculty and staff we
need which we have -
and have electricity and run-
ning water and the books
and -materials, the rest will
take care of itself. We have
great parent volunteers who
will come in and pick up any
areas of deficit."
Craig said the school's
music position was cut, but
if funds become available, it
is the first position she will
re-hire.
"Our plan is to have mu-
sic the first day of school,"
she said.
A classroom assistant po-
sition also was cut.

Building a
community
Craig described the
2007-08 school year as


"a great year" at North-
wood, in academics and
in building a school com-
munity. The school's Par-
ent Advisory Council
(PAC) coordinated sev-
eral community-building
activities.
Craig cited the month-
ly "Cougars Night Out"
at Shoal River Bowling
Center as an example.
Parents and students can
get a meal and bowl from
5 to 7 p.m. for $5.
The PAC also coordi-
nated a memorable Vet-
eran's Day program. All
700-plus Northwood stu-
dents sque ezed into the
neighboring Richbourg
Middle School gymnasi-
um to honor active or re-
tired military parents and
grandparents.

See REPORT A4


Council ready to hear

answers to FAMU issues


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview got the first
public answers to ques-
tions about
the proposed


versity phar-
macy school
on Monday
night.
Florida Dr. James
A&M Presi- Ammons
dent Dr.
James Am-
mons and a representative
for-state Sen. Durell Peaden
outlined the project during
the Crestview City Council
meeting.
The basics: The school
could open as soon as Au-
gust 2009. It initially would
serve 50 students. It would
employ six or seven teach-
ers plus 10 staff. It could
expand to include other
programs.. And yes, the
Alatex building downtown
clearly is the preferred site
for the proposed facility.
The council unanimous-
ly approved formation of
a fact-finding committee
to determine answers to
key questions and to ham-
mer out specific details.
Council members after
the meeting listed some of
the questions they hope to
have answered during the
dialogue.


Lillie Conyers
Initial reaction: "I know
what FAJ. iLi is offering is a
good opportunity for them
and a good opportunity for
the city."
Biggest question: "What
will we have to give up in
order to get all of this?"

Chip Wells
Initial reaction: "The
willingness is there to ex-
plore it." He also drew
laughs during the meeting
when he said the council
"was more than willing to
help spend" the $2.5 million
state budget allocation for
the project.
Biggest question: "I've
got six," he said. His con-
cerns are 1) parking at the.
campus, 2) the project's time
frame, 3) how students will
be selected, 4) the city's abili-
tyto handle the impact of the
school's potential growth, 5)
preserving the history of the
Alatex building and 6) com-
pensation for the building.

Linda Parker
Initial reaction: "It's a
starting point."
Biggest question: Parker
would like to see a concrete
proposal from FAMU.
"Once we get a proposal
from them to tell us what.

See FAMU A4


Davidson student is

bound for state pageant


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Emily Kaitlin Sais has big
dreams. She hopes to be-
come a paleontologist, per-
haps on the faculty of a ma-
jor university. She wouldn't
mind being a storm chaser,
either.
Her first step toward a
promising future begins this
weekend in Orlando.'
Emily, 13, is a state final-
ist in the National Ameri-
can Miss Pageant. If chosen
from the bevy of, statewide
young beauties in her age
category, she will advance
to the national pageant to be
held at Disneyland in Ana-
heim, Calif.
The pageant program is
based on inner beauty, as
well as poise and presenta-
tion, and offers an all-Amer-
ican spirit for family and
friends, according to a Na-
tional American Miss press
release.
Emily is *the daughter
of' Christa Sais-Moreno
and Corey R. Vallie, who
is a government contractor
working in Iraq. Her step-
dad is M. Moreno-Melchor.


Special to the News Bulletin
Emily Sais, modeling her
National American Miss
Pageant formal gown at the
Red Raspberry Boutique,
rehearses being escorted by
her brother Keith Kinsaba.

Emily is attentive to her
younger siblings Laelani,
Chloe, Ray and Kyle, and
in turn is watched over by
her big brothers Keith and
Jacob.
A Chippewa-North Da-
kota Indian, Emily is truly
all-American. At Davidson,
where she will enter the
eighth grade this fall, she is
on the honor roll, plays flute
in the marching band, holds
a school "perfect atten-
dance" award, and boasts a
two-year 95 percent average
on her math FCATs.


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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Everything's coming up roses in 'Gypsy'

Holt actress in a starring role


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Every theatre director,
dance coach or choral in-
structor has horror stories
about overbearing stage
parents. But few can top
Rose Thompson Hovick
when it comes to The Stage
Mom From Hell.
The classic American
stage musical Gypsy (or,
properly, Gypsy: A Musical
Fable), though named for
Hovick's daughter, bur-
lesque queen Gypsy Rose
Lee, is really about Mama
Rose.
Gypsy, which opened
in 1959, is based on Lee's
1957 autobiography of the
same name. In it, Hovick:,
is portrayed as a driven,'
overbearing, conniving
woman who would stop at
nothing to see her daughter
June star on the Vaudeville
stage.
When June finally runs
off with a boy from the cast
of their show (and, in real
life, became actress June


GYPSY AT OWC
Performances are July 9,
10, 11, and 12 at 7:30 p.m.
at the OWC Mattie Kelly Fine
and Performing Arts Center
in Niceville. For tickets, call
the box office at (850) 729-
6000 or visit at www.owc.
edu/arts. Tickets are $20 for
adults and $15 for youth 18
and younger.

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tention to the previously
overlooked and untalented
Louise. It's'perfect fodder
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the main stage of the Mattie
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Walton College.
Holt actress Darla Brig-
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the theatre's most coveted
roles.
Area cast members also
include Nalia Bauer, Rita
Dailey and Jarick Rivers, all
from Crestview; and Aus-'
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Library Director
PROGRAMS
Our Summer Read-
ing Challenge is under-
way! There is still time for
you to join. Just come into
the library and sign up in
front of the Story Room.
Don't forget to pick up
your reading log. Reading
logs must be signed by a
parent or guardian and
,turned in by July 17. Keep
track in your log of the
time you spend reading.
For every 15 minutes you
spend reading you can
earn one funny money
dollar. The "Funny Money
Store" will be open 10:
a.m. to 4 p.m. July 26 and
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 28.
Story Time: Chil-
dren ages 3 and up meet
at 10:15 a.m. today and
Thursday. The buggy
theme will be "Flutter,
Buzz & Zoom."
Lap Sit program for
children under the age-
of 3 and their caregivers
will meet at 10:15 a.m. on
July 8 with stories, songs,
and finger-plays celebrat-
ing "Happy Birthday.
America."
Summer Stories for
children ages 6 and up
meet today at 10:15 a.m.
Chapter Book Club
for ages 9 and up will
meet at 10:15 a.m. on
Thursday. The book for
this session is "How to Eat
* Fried Worms," by Thomas
Rockwell.
Teen Book Club
* meets today at 2:15 p.m.


The group is reading
"Chasing Vermeer," by
Blue Balliett.
Teen Time with the
Wii! Teens 12-18 join us
for Wii play. Nintendo Wii
will be available for play
every Friday afternoon
during June, July and
August from 2 to 4 p.m.
Parents and family mem-
bers are welcome to hang
out and use the library,
but the Wii activities will
be available only to teens.
Any questions, please ask
Ms. Heather W. We would
like to thank The Friends
of the Crestview Library
for this new purchase.
1st Tuesday Program:
The July 1 lecture at the
library will be presented
by Dr. Brian Rucker of
Pensacola Junior College
on "Arcadia & Floridale:
Lost Communities of West
Florida." The presentation
will explore two different
lost sites in the Florida
Panhandle. Arcadia was
antebellum Florida's larg-
est and most successful
industrial complex, incor-
porating a saw mill, rock
quarry, railroad, shingle
mill, bucket factory, silk
cocoonery and textile
mill. It was located on
Pond Creek and operated
from 1817-1855. Floridale,
located on the Okaloosa-
Santa Rosa county border,
was the largest Florida
boom project in the Pan-
handle in the mid 1920s.
It boasted one of the most
extravagant hotels in the.
region and included a
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Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Schola Cantorum
vocal auditions
Okaloosa-Walton Col-
lege's Schola Cantorum
(school of singing), a di-
verse group of singers
who present music from
across the ages, will hold
auditions for a limited
number of openings in the
soprano, alto, tenor and
bass sections of the group.
The group is comprised
of students, Air Force per-
sonnel, full-time workers
and retirees of any age.
Much of the music is un-
accompanied.


Auditions will be held
in Building J, room 312 on
the OWC Niceville Cam-
pus from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
June 30 and July 14.
For information and to
schedule an audition, call
Schola Cantorum's direc-
tor, John Leatherwood,
at (850) 830-2062. Singers
interested in auditioning
should be able to read mu-
sic. Previous experience
singing in choral groups is
desired.

Submit your arts-related
information to the News Bul-
letin by e-mail to brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com, or
drop it by our office at 295 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview.


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Special to the News Bulletin
The cast of Gypsy, OWC's summer production, features
Savannah Simmerly (front) as June, and (back, left to
right) Zach Kennison (Tulsa), Darla Briganti (Rose), Bruce
Culpepper (Herbie), and Rachael Jones
(Louise/ Gypsy Rose Lee).


tower. I can't imagine
how such booming com-
munities could be gone.
This should be a very
interesting program. Join
uis at 10:15 in the meeting
room. Coffee and cookies
will be served starting at
10 a.m.

STAFF PICK
"A Father's Law,"
Richard Wright. (Fic Wri).
Written six weeks before
his death, this novel
by Richard Wright is a
tribute to his legacy of
memorable novels. This
book, released on the cen-
tennial of Wright's birth,
is a wonderful addition
to his portfolio of great
books. Like his other nov-
els this bpok explores the
challenges faced by black
Americans in our society.
Police Capt. Ruddy is
promoted to Chief of Po-
lice to crack the unsolved
murders in his precinct.
As the investigation
unfolds he is faced with
the possibility that his
18-year-old son might be
a suspect. Tommy is in
the middle of something,
his girlfriend jilted him,
and he's not communicat-
ing with his parents. His
father is caught between
being a father and a po-
lice chief. Is his suspicion
correct or his gut fatherly
intuition right? A good
summer read.
"Chasing Harry Win-
ston," by Lauren Weis-
berger. (F Wei). This latest
novel by the author of
"The Devil Wears Prada"
introduces us to three best
friends as they are near-
ing 30 and taking a long
hard look at just what the
future holds for them.
Emmy has just ended a
relationship with the guy
that she thought was the


perfect match. Leigh is
about to get her dream
job in the publishing
field, marry her dream
mate and has just pur-
chased her dream apart-
ment. Adriana, a famous
supermodel, is having
trouble with turning 30.
All three meet for dinner.
During the course of the
meal Adriana and Emily
vow to change their lives
within a year. Leigh does
not commit, but she soon
discovers she has the
most to lose. An enjoyable
summer read.

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A recent article in
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Libraries offer the
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2008


In the Saturday, June 21 issue of the Crestview News Bulletin, a photo on Page 3 labeled
Zachary Keister is actually a picture of Benjamin Walker of Olive Branch. The News Bulletin
staff apologizes for this error.




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Growing population
Craig said Northwood is
the fastest-growing school
in the county, bulging at
the seams in its current fa-
cility on'4th Avenue.
Relief is in sight. North-
wood will move into some
of the current Richbourg
Middle School building
when the new Shoal Riv-
er Middle School opens


in fall of 2009. Craig said
the building will get some
fresh paint and renovated
bathrooms during the
summer.
Northwood also boasts
one 'of the more diverse
school, populations in
north Okaloosa County.
"We have children
from all socioeconomic
backgrounds," Craig said.
"I love it. I wouldn't be


anywhere else because I
think that's the real world.
There are wealthy people
and there are poor peo-
ple, but we all deserve to
have life and the pursuit
of happiness and a good
education. I look at our
kids, and we want to focus
on every child making a
year's worth of growth in
a year's time and being on
grade level."


Friday, July 4th 2008
Festivites Start at 4:00oo @
Spanish Trail Park

Blues Clues Bouncer
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Music
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they are offering, then we'll
have a starting point," she
said.

Charles Baugh
Initial reaction: Baugh
spoke of trying to live up
to the ideals of the late
Pearl Tyner, a community
leader Baugh described as
committed to education,
hard work and historic


preservation. He thinks
all three qualities could
converge in a properly ex-
ecuted FAMU project.
Biggest question:
"How will (FAMU's) en-
try into this city benefit the
people of this town?"

Bob Allen
Initial reaction: "It's an
economic plus all the way


and an educational plus
all the way. I don't see any
drawbacks."
Biggest question: "I
would like to know a time-
line. If we're going to go
this route, let's not drag it
out."

Read more from the meet-
ing at crestviewbulletin.com
and at nwfdailynews.com.


ELECTION continued from Al


Webster's dictionary you'll
find a demagogue is an
orator or public leader who
panders to emotions and
prejudices of people to gain
power. One of the great
frustrations in my eight
years in the legislature is to
see the incredible amount
of demagoguery that goes
on."
On 'insurance crisis'
Brown saved his most
passionate remarks for
this subject. He worked in
the insurance business for
about 30 years and chaired
the state's Committee on
Insurance.
"The fact is, we don't
have an insurance crisis," he


said. "The crisis is a symp-
tom. The fact is, whether we
want to admit it or not, we
represent 49 percent of the
nation's total wind risk."
He blasted the insurance
reform that took place in
2007, saying it created little
relief for citizens and shifted
the burden for insurance
coverage from the south-
east part of the state to all
citizens.
"It was the classic mis-
take of risk transfer, taking
on more risk than you can
afford," he said. "It was
approved by your govern-
ment, led by your g ovemor,
and we still have our heads
in the sand to the actual:
problem."


Closing comments
Brown dosed his re-
marks with a quote about
"the dark side of human na-
ture," the tendency among
men to live and prosper at
the expense of others when
they can.
"When government
panders to the dark side of
human nature and brings
out the worst in you, every-
one gets a major disservice,"
he said. "This nation will
fall if we don't reverse our
tendency to depend on big
'government and solutions
from Tallahassee and Wash-
ington. But I'm proud to be
from thisL area because we
tend to not do that better
than any area I know."


CANDIDATES continued from Al


STATE LEGISLATURE
State Representative,
District 5: Brad Drake (Rep.),
# Sherry Campbell (Rep.), John
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OKALOOSA COUNTY
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# Don Howard (Rep.).*
County Commission ,
District 1: # Tommy Carmical
(Rep.), # Ronald Connor
(Dem.), # Wayne Harris
(Rep.), # Ralph King (Rep.),
# Andrew Wheeler (Rep.).


County Commission,
District 3: Bill Roberts (Rep.).*
Property appraiser. Pete
Smith (Rep.).*
Sheriff: # Robert Thacker
iRep 1, Charlie t..cirr ep.),
William Paterson iRep.t .
Superintendent of
schools: Alexis Tibbetts (Rep.).*
Supervisor of elections:
Doug Hutcheson (Rep.),
# Rhbnda Cawthon (Rep.),.
# Graham Fountain (Rep.),
# Paul Lux (Rep.).
Tax collector Chris Hughes
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-- WEDNESDAY,JUNE25,2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A 5


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Josephine Todd
Josephine Todd, born Aug.
30, 1917 in Wichita Falls, Texas,
departed this life on June 21,
2008 to be with her Lord and Sav-
ior. She has resided in Crestview
since 1965. She retired from Civil
Service after 38 years of service
at Eglin Air Force Base. She was
also co-owner of Todd's Flower
Nursery.
Mrs. Todd was preceded in
death by her husband, Pleasant
Todd. She is survived by five chil-
dren, Sherry Williams of Sunrise,
Phillip Williams and wife Fran-
ces of Fort Smith, Ark., Marla


Hall and husband Don of Pasa-
dena, Texas, Rhonda Grandstaff
and husband Jerry of Dothan,
Ala. and Darlene Peterson and
husband Cedric of Crestview.
She also leaves 11 grandchildren,
21 great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Todd served as a Senior
Adult Ladies Sunday school
teacher at Central Baptist Church
for several years. She received
her associate's degree at the age
of 63 and was a member of Phi
Theta Kappa. She was a world
traveler and loved traveling with
her friends. While the family is
saddened by her death, they ask


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A time of visitation was held
on Monday, June 23 at White-
hurst-Powell Funeral Home.
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WWII exhibit includes items from family collections


Special to the News Bulletin

Two News Bulletin
staffers have combined
their interests in his-
tory to mount an exhibit
called War of Our Parents
at the Crestview Pub-
lic Library. The exhibit
runs through August.
Photographer and
writer Ann Spann and
writer and columnist
Brian Hughes gathered
more than 50 artifacts
from their own family
collections as well as the
Baker Block Museum,
where Spann is a board
member of the North
Okaloosa Historical As-
sociation, the museum's
governing body.
The intent was to de-
pict the war as it affect-
ed individuals, rather
than vast armies, and
also suggest some of the
conflict's impact locally.
Pieces from the Baker
Block Museum include
two army helmets -
one American, one Ger-
man as well as an
"Eglin Field" ashtray
and several front pages
from regional newspa-
pers. To help illustrate
life on the home front,


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Among materials on display is a selection of pieces
from wartime Germany, including an Iron Cross and an
officer's saber.


the museum also loaned
ration coupon books to
the display.
Hughes' family col-
lection includes mate-
rials from the wartime
service of his parents
as well as his maternal
grandfather.
His father's service
as a radio operator in
the Army Air Corps
is depicted by train-
ing materials, patches
and decorations, let-
ters to and from home,
and service hats. One
of 15 small 48-star U.S.
flags flown by Hughes'


grandparents each day
their son was serving is
also displayed.
Pieces from Hughes'
grandfather's service
in the Navy Construc-
tion Battalion includes
a wartime photo album,
decorations, and a piece
of "trench art" fash-
ioned from a spent tank
shell.
Back home, Hughes'
mother served as a U.S.
Cadet Nurse during her
student nursing train-
ing. Some of her patch-
es, pins and uniform ep-
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by a nurse's hat from the
Baker Block Museum.
War on "the other
side" is also represen-
ted. Pieces include Ger-
man military decora-
tions (including a 1st
class Iron Cross), a Ger-
man battle flag, and sev-
eral copies of "Signal"
magazine.
The artifacts are aug-
mented by a German
officer's saber, a relic
brought back to the
States by Spann's broth-
er Norman following
his post-war service in
Germany.
See video of the War of
Our Parents artifacts at
www.crestviewbulletin.
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American Legion

blood drive Saturday


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Never donated blood?
Think you can't? Afraid
it hurts? Think you'll be
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In short, your answers
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Eat a good meal be-
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Drink lots of non-caf-
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Opinion & Editorial


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2008








What are NODS?
Every other week we'll recognize
people and organizations who per-
formed "Good North Okaloosa Deeds."
People who perform Good NODs will
receive a certificate from the Crestview
News BullEtin \Ve II also shake our
collective heads it some "Bad North
Okaloosa Deeds."


Good NOD
A Good NOD to the students,
teachers and administrators at Laurel
Hill School tor leading the improved
FCAT scores in the north half of Oka-
loosa County Laurel Hill led the north
county t1, increased percentage of
reading scores gieater than 3 at the
elementary. middle and high school
levels Laurel Hill also led the north
county' in increa'-ed percentage ot math
scores greater than 3 at the elementary
and middle school levels. "I'm going to
attribute that to I Principall Susan Low-
erNv," said Okalh'osa County Superin-
tendent of Schools Dr Ale\is Tibbetts
She came into that -chool and uiist
took it to another lv el. The\ also ha\ e
great teachers and great community
involvement. '


Bad NODS
This Bad NOD isn't directed to
anyone in particular, but it s clear
that for w hatev er reason, members of
the Crestv~ew City Council were not
kept in the loop regarding the Florida
A&M Umniersity campus proposed for
Crestview as well as they could have
been Multiple council member-, said
during the body's meeting Monday'
night that they were getting their in-
formation on the FANIMU plans through
the media. The council will have the
final say on man\ of the project's key
questions and would have appreci-
ated knowing more about the project
between the signing of the budget
(during the second week of Junei and
Monday 5 meeting.

Another Bad NOD not directed at
anyone in particular, but it's clear the
city government at Laurel Hill prob-
ably didn't deserve to have a water
improvements budget appropriation
listed on Florida TaxWatch's "budget
turkey" list. Laurel Hill city staff is
adamant it followed every guideline
it was given. It appears the project
wound up on the "budget turkey" list
because of innocent miscommunica-
tions. If so. Florida Tax\Vatch should
hax e a process to double-check its in-
formation before releasing the list to
the public.

Do iou kunoit iof' someone iei performed
a GLood North Okaloosa D'eed" ? Call 682-
r524 o? e-naiidill hki -I'd CiACttrie 'bull'tili.
LIcon 1 1 1 recog'_ii(cH ti'e do-gooIder in tlhe
Cresti'caw Ne's Bulletin aid at cre'stvieu'-
t'ICILt.t' ll.111




Profundity
Brian Hughes


"A statesman is a successful
politician who is dead."

THOMAS B. REED
(1839-1902)
Congressman from Maine
and Speaker of the House


What your history can do for you


I could write an editorial saying
the Florida A&M University phar-
macy, nursing and physical therapy
school slated to come to Crestview
absolutely should set up shop in the
Alafex building downtown and be
done with it.
It might be the right answer, but it
would be with the wrong attitude.
I've lived in north Okaloosa
County for all of three years, so I
don't have much sense of what the
Alatex building means or doesn't
mean to longtime residents. It
would be like a judge handing down
a ruling without being attending the
trial.
I can tell you what renovation of
historic buildings has done for two
cities I know like the back of my
hand.
Let's start in Richmond, Ind., the
seat of the county where I grew up.
Within the last 10 years, vari-
ous establishments started popping
up in the factory/railroad district
that fell into decay when roads re-
placed rails as the country's mode of
ground transportation.
A former factory now houses a
pizza place and trendy night spot/
gathering hall. Another new restau-
rant incorporated existing railway
infrastructure. A farmer's market


PASSING

SHOTS
Kyle Wright


sometimes takes place in the spots
where passengers once disembarked
their trains.
Is the area now the hot spot in
town? No. It's more accurate to say
the new places transformed the fac-
tory/railroad district from "rotting
corpse" to "worth an occasional
visit." Still, it's an improvement.
Let's travel a half-state west on
Interstate 70 to Indianapolis. Two
projects quickly come to mind.
The city's historic Union Station
train depot was transformed into
part-mall, part hotel in the 1980s.
The hotel space, which includes
rooms in train cars, still thrives -
helped in part by its location adja-
cent to the past and future Indianap-
olis Colt stadiums.
The Union Station mall enjoyed
a five-year boom before fading in
favor of another downtown project,
the Circle Center Mall. I've been to
Circle Center at least 50 times, yet
I couldn't point it out to you from


the street. The buildings look just ;
as they did 30-plus years ago on the
outside. The interior contains a bus-
tling, four-story shopping and en-
tertainment complex that served as
the center of the Indy downtown's
renaissance.
Innovative use of historic build-
ings made 'Naptown' one of few
cities in the Rust Belt to enjoy some
degree of prosperity over the last 30
years.
If you build the FAMU facility in
the Alatex building, some degree of
prosperity will come to downtown
Crestview.
Do the things the city will gain
economically outweigh the things
the city could lose lostalgically?
I could say "absolutely" and be
done with it.
My hope is the project is present-:
ed in a way that will give reason for,
longtime residents to agree.

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor. Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.com. ,
Visit the "Passing Shots" blog at crest-',
viewbulletin.com to find out when you
should call 911 if confronted by a snake:
and why it's a fluke that most of the
area's rain this year has come on the
weekend.


Project shouldn't require building wrapped in bow:


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Florida TaxWatch labeled the
process state Sen. Durell Peaden
used to get $2.5 million dollars
steered to Crestview as a budget
turkey. The group took issue with
the fact that Peaden's bill did not
appear on the Board of Governors'
capital outlay request and that it is
not on the state university system's
five-year capital improvement plan.
The group does not condemn the
worthiness of the project, which
would establish a Florida A&M
University school of pharmacy
campus in Crestview, but calls at-
tention to projects that are not re-
quested and prioritized according
to the process established by state
guidelines.
Now that the funding has been
approved, Peaden has turned his
focus to the next phase of his plan
to establish a school in "down-
town" Crestview, the city-owned
Alatex building.
Crestview Mayor David Cadle
has said, "the Alatex building is cer-
tainly one of the possibilities" for
the school's main building. He has
emphasized the city has received
no concrete proposals for the use of
any city-owned building, but ad-
mits the Alatex building is the only
location that has been discussed.
There is no watch group in
Crestview to officially name the
senator's method of operation as
a turkey, but it nevertheless has a
very foul smell. Peaden has lobbied
city officials and historic preserva-
tion board members individually,
before any formal proposal has
been presented to the city council.
He has also made it known he ex-
pects a donation of the entire build-
ing by the city to make the project
work.
Again, this is not to say that the
project is not a worthy one. The
proposed school will offer educa-
tional and economic benefits to the
city if handled correctly. It will also
provide an avenue for the restora-


Now that the funding has been

approved, Sen. DurellPeaden

has turned his focus to the next

phase of his plan to establish

a school in "downtown"

Crestview, the city-owned

Alatex building.


tion of a historic building in the
heart of downtown.
The project should not require
the city to wrap the Alatex build-
ing in a huge red bow for Senator
Peaden or FAMU.
The history of the building is
a long one. It was constructed in
1937 to house a sewing factory and
Crestview City Hall. It is the only
industrial-type building of its ar-
chitectural design and era that has
survived in the state, according to
state historians in Tallahassee. The
city's previous mayor wanted to
destroy the building for a parking
lot, but a group of history-minded
citizens fought for preservation and
prevailed. A total of $236,963 has
been spent in exterior renovations
to date, another factor that should
be considered.
It is regretful the city has not,
moved ahead with restoration of
this building for much needed ad-
ministrative and office space. In
recent years, officials instead have
opted to build a 17,000-square-foot
addition onto city hall at a cost of
over $118,000 and finance the $1.6
million purchase of a warehouse
building on property adjoining the
Old Spanish Trail Park.
The office space in the city hall
addition is barely adequate at pres-
ent. The council chambers often
reach capacity with an overflow
crowd into the hallways. The prop-
erty and 30,000-square-foot build-
ing adjoining the Old Spanish Trail
Park is an additional asset that


is slated for much needed public
works and public safety space, but::
again is a long-term debt for the ,
city while a 40,000-square-foot city-,
owned building was left to sit idle.:,
In addition to its historic value 1
to the city of Crestview, the mon- ,
etary value of the Alatex building ,
simply cannot be ignored. There is;
no recent appraisal of the buildings:
but a conservative estimate of $100G
per square-foot of commercial real:
estate would place the value at $4
million. It would be very difficult
for the city council to justify this
building as surplus property, and it
certainly would not be a good busir
ness decision to lust give it away. '.
A long-term lease might be -asolu-.
tion, let s not get caught in the 6id
$1 for the next 100 years scenaru.
Rather, let's generate real evenre
for the city of Crest'view and at e,
same time maintain a cityvpresence
in the building.
The senator has justified his
expectations that the building
be gifted with the promise of sever-
al million dollars toward the proj-
ect in the next few years. But more;
money is subject to budget appro-:
priations. There are no guarantees,:
especially considering the current
state of the economy, plus the fact
Gov. Crist may become Vice
President Crist. Therefore,
the senator might have to follow
the proper budget process next
time.
Membeirsof the Crestview City
Council demonstrated during MonL-
day's council meeting that they '
have no intentions of making hasty,
decisions on this issue. There are
still many unanswered questions:;,:,
and the council should first consid'
er the city's best interest. A written
proposal from FAMU would indeed
be a starting point. "

News Bulletin photographer Ann ;
Spann ;s a member of the Crestiview'.'
Historic Preseroation Board and tihel'
North Okaloo-a Historical Associa-
fion. COintaict 1h r a1 t aniis''crest 'ie ,- ;
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Second Flight
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Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Blaine Pawlak gets a little help from his mom, Christie, but Blaine handled the worms.






Fishing camp





catching on at Twin Hills


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Last week was a busy
week for Crestview ,
High School outdoor
education teacher
Ernie Martin.
Instead of being sur-
rounded by teenage stu-
dents, Martin found him-
self at center stage teaching
a somewhat younger group
of aspiring anglers at Twin
Hills Park.
Martin covered all the
basics of fishing whether
using an old cane pole, spin
casting reel or a spinning
reel while making sure
the campers had plenty of
fun.
"This is our second year,
and I think it's been a real
good success," Martin said.
"We kind of limited it to
just the first 10 kids. If we
get any more we will need
more parental involvement.
"It's been fun. The
kids have had a blast and
they've caught fish every
day. The first two years I'd
say it has been highly suc-
cessful."
The camp proved so
successful the park is con-
sidering doing another one
sometime next month. If
there is a July camp, it likely
will be held in the late after-
noon to avoid the heat.
Martin started this camp
with the foundations of
fishing.
"We teach basic funda-
mentals," he said. "A lot of
it is common to what we do
in our outdoor ed program
at the high school.
"It is teaching them what
kind of fish they are catch-
ing, teaching them what
kind of bait they are using
and teaching them how to
be safe with the hooks, the
corks and the lines."
Martin also stressed fish-
ing conservation. The camp
was catch and release only.
"The main thing is teach-
ing them how to catch
fish and have fun catching
them," Martin said.
It didn't take long for the
youngsters to pick up on
using the different reels.
"It's amazing to me -
we started with two differ-
See FISH B3


At left, summer fish camp was not Marty Wilkinson's first time fishing nor his first fish
story. "I caught a big one yesterday," Marty said. At right, Brandon Darby got a few tips
on casting from instructor Ernie Martin during the city of Crestview fishing camp.


Above, Katie
Santiago has
learned to cast
two types of
rod n reels and
caught a bunch
of fish, according
to instructor,
Ernie Martin.
At left, Dylan
Jobst checks to
see if he still has
bait on his hook.
The summer
fishing camp
was Dylan's
first fishing
experience.


lbrief sfrom the


for a tee shot. Notice how the
top half of the ball is above
the crown of the golf club.


Dff I SIR We are always looking for sports information and news FR ED OM
SO LV Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor i F ""'ET
A n Y U N V O LV L O. Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@nwfdailynews.com ~,, th Co,
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GOLF TIPS

from the pro

Tee shots

are crowning

achievements
Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
Let's face it: you can't
start a round of golf until you
-- B tee it up. In
'""'" today's Golf
Tips from the
Pro, Heritage
Plantation
PGA teaching
pro Jeff Marks
discusses the
all-important
Jeff tee shot.
Marks We can't
overlook ba-
sics so we need to start with
teeing up the golf ball.
I've found amateurs tee it
up several different ways and
their ball position is all over the
place.
The basic rule of thumb for
tour players: when you tee up
your ball for a standard shot,
and you don't have a lot of
wind blowing into you, tee it
up so the ball is halfway above
the crown (the very top) on the
golf club.
If you have half the ball
above (the crown) that will
maximize your percussion
point on the club.
The manufacturers say you
want hit it just above center on
the golf club. That will give you
the maximum trampoline effect
on the golf club. I found that to
be true.
As far as ball position goes
(in your stance) you want to
play it about an inch inside
your left heel (right heel for left-
handers) where your hip joint
happens to be. That's the best
position to launch the golf ball.
We want to get our feet
about shoulder-width, and we
want to get our body parallel
for our aim point of our target
line.

Hitting the draw
and fade
In order to hit a draw it's
important the golf club comes
inside the target line and clos-.
es at impact. That's how you
turn the ball from right to left.
It's that simple.
In order to hit a fade, the
easiest way is for the golf club
to be coming right down the
line or slightly from outside the
target line with an open face,
aiming a little bit out to.the '
right. That will put left to right
spin on it.
It's very much like pingpong
or tennis. If you cut across it,
See GOLF B2


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2008


Baker IOU team

headed to state
Baker's 10-Year Old Dizzy Dean
All-Star team won its district
tournament at Lynn Haven on
Monday. Baker beat Crestview
6-3 and Lynn Haven 12-8 to earn ..,
,trip to the state tournament
that starts in St. Petersburg on
Friday. Team members are Justin
Derrick, Austin Davis, Bryce Giles, .. I .i
Sage Smith, Mason Smith, Logan |
Rickmon, Bubba Ellis, Dillon Nixon, i.l i
Austin Dunlap, Tyler Williamson,
Corey Armstrong. Coaches are -
Leo Derrick, Alan Giles, Jason
Rickmon, Steve Armstrong.

Crestview coach-pitch team wins district title
The Crestview Coach Pitch All-Stars
l SS,_ (8U) won the Dizzy Dean District
A. 1", i 4 Championship held in Baker on
'"' June 16. Crestview was undefeated
going into the championship game'
S A x with wins over Baker, Lynn Haven 1
c. by .. and LynniHaven7. Crestviewlostlto
,. Lynn Haven 1 in the first game of the
championship round, but came back
to beat Lynn Haven 1,13-2, to take
, the District 4 Championship. The team
. ',- .- plays in the state tournament in Gulf
'" -: Breeze starting Friday. Team members
are Drew Black, Milt Bouchard, Rod
C. Bouchard, Taron Bouchard, RJ Bush,
Kaleb Casey, John Michael Gillis, Javon
Graham, Gage Hipps, Jesse Hutcheson, Anthony Jett, Max Little and Nikolas Morgan. They are
coached by Rod Bouchard, Ron Bouchard, Matt Black and Dennis Gamble.


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BRIEFS continued from B1


Evergreen, AL
Female Grandmasters 50+
Debbie Simmons Niceville
Senior Male Grandmasters
60+ Winston Howell 24:16
Hartford, AL
Senior Female
Grandmasters 60+ Helen
Phillips 56:17 Crestview
Overall Male Walker: Ferrel
McDougald 31:14 Samson,
AL
Overall Female Walker:
Kimberly Webb 34:59
Crestview

Local runners
Male 10-12
First: Dylan Scott 22:51
Baker
lFemale 10-12
First: Madydon Lang 28:08
Crestview
Female 13-15
First: Chelsey Wanner 28:06
Crestview
Second: Magan Adams 31:53
Laurel Hill
Male 16-19
First: Russell Scott 19:49
Baker
Second: Jason Findley 20:27
Laurel Hill
Third: John Scott 20:49 Baker
Male 25-29
First: Phillip Bauer 18:48
Crestview
Female 25-29
First: Jennifer Saunders 27:43
Crestview
Female 30-34
First: Leah Spooneybarger
28:11 Crestview
Male 35-39


Second: John Lang 28:10
Crestview
Male 40-44
Second: Robert Love 23:52
Crestview
Third: Kurt Teets 26:49
Crestview
Male 45-49
Second: Mike Troglin 27:36
Crestview
Male 50-54
First: Michael Million 23:43
Crestview
Female 50-54
First: Carol Space 31:47
Crestview
Second: Mary Reeves 50:08
Crestview
Female 55-59
Second: Bobbie Barnes 35:31
Laurel Hill

Walkers
Local Walkers
Female 15-19
First: Adeana Reeves 50:39
Laurel Hill,
Male 30-39
First: Michael Spooneybarger
46:03 Crestview
Second: Robert Spear 51:27
Laurel Hill
Male 40-49
First: Richard Reeves 50:38
Laurel Hill
Female 40-49
Third: Corine Spence 39:17
Baker
Female 50-59
Third: Megan Million 1:00:17
Crestview
Male 60-69
Second: Edward Kitchen
46:36 Crestview


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GOLF
continued from B1


Randy Dickson / News Bulletin.
Heritage Plantation PGA
teaching pro Jeff Marks
prepares to hit a drive.
the ball will slice, If you go from'
inside-out and over the top of
the ball, that will cause a draw
or turn it right to left.
If the club is coming from
inside the target line it is able
to release and turn over. That
will impart right-to-left spin.
If you come across, kind
of like table tennis, and slice
across the pingpong ball, it will
go left to right. The same with
the golf club.

If you have a question
for Heritage Plantation PGA
teaching pro Jeff Marks please,
e-mail it to News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dickson
at randyd@crestviewbul-
letin. com, or mail it to Randy
Dickson, 295 W James Lee
Blvd., Crestview 32536.
Please slug e-mail "Golf ques-
tion." Watch video versions of
these tips at crestviewbulletin.
com. The complete archive
of Jeff Marks' golf tips also is
available at crestviewbulletin.
com. Type "Jeff Marks" in the
search window.


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This is the time of year
when I start getting e-mails
and calls from parents and
coaches requesting I cover
various youth league all-
star tournaments and simi-
lar events.
I wish I could attend
these games, but as a one-
man staff, I find it best for
my own sanity to turn
down these requests. There
is just no realistic way for
me to cover all of the tour-
naments and games.
I do welcome coaches
or parents sending a photo
and summary of what their-
kids' team achieved this
year. We are more than hap-
py to accommodate readers
that way.
I appreciate youth-league
sports.
In fact, I'm a proud
product of church leagues
in Memphis, Tenn., and the
recreation leagues in Gulf
Breeze. It could be argued'
that's when I reached my
peak as an athlete.
I understand the pre-
cious moments of watch-
ing one's child play ball
are memories that will
last a lifetime. I don't have
any kids of my own, but I
feel the family pride when
my nieces or nephews do
well in their respective
sports.
Parents rightfully feel
proud of their young ath-
letes, but it's not too much
of a stretch to say even the




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Fall registrations
Registration for soccer,
football and cheerleading con-
tinues through July 11 at Twin
Hills Recreation Center.
The soccer program is for
youths age 15 and younger
and is divided into age groups
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Football is open to ages
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Cheerleading is for those
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Cost for each of the pro-
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For more information call
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Church and class D/E
teams are invited to participate
in the Give Me Shelter
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on July 12 at the Fort Walton
Beach Fairgrounds.
Entry fee for the double
elimination tournament is
$150o.
There is a two home run
limit per team a game.
Teams must provide their
own .44 core balls.
Trophies for the top three
places will be awarded
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.


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best-intentioned mom or
dad might unintentionally
embarrass that child they so
dearly love.
I know because I sur-
vived such an experience.
It was my first year play-
ing baseball in a Memphis
church league. I was about
to, or had just finished, the
second grade and already
was smitten with baseball.
For the record, I do ev-
erything right-handed but
swing a bat (which I guess I
get from my paternal grand-
mother). Unfortunately, my
first season more specifi-
cally, my first game my
mother didn't know that.
Imagine my shock as I
went up to bat for the first
time, and Mom stood and
yelled, "You're standing on
the wrong side of the plate."
My coach quickly told
her I batted left-handed and
put an end to that uprising.
Truthfully, I don't ie-
member the incident that
happened 42 years ago. Yet
I've heard it told and retold.
so many times though that
it has become a part of who
Iam.


Judging from my base-
ball career, maybe 1 should
have listened to Mom. I
never was much of a hitter
lefty. Chances are I couldn't
have done much worse bat-
ting right-handed.
I may not remember
an isolated incident from
a long ago game, but I do
remember Mom was at
most of the games I played
in youth leagues and high
school.
She didn't seem to care
I never achieved the ath-
letic greatness of which I
dreamed. It was more im-
portant to her that I became
a strong and caring man.
As Mom, Joan (pro-
nounced Jo Ann) Dickson,
celebrates her 76th birthday
tomorrow, I cherish those
memories of my greatest
fan.
Thanks Mom, and Hap-
py Birthday.

See a submitted photo of
District champion Dizzy Dean
teams from Baker and Crest-
view on Page B2 of today's
newspaper and at crestview-
bulletin.com.


ent types (of reels)," Martin
said. "We didn't spoon feed
them. We threw it out there
and said, 'This is how you
do it.'
"I gave them partners
Monday and Tuesday ac-
cording to their size. And
one of them did a great job
teaching the other one and
vice versa. I'd come and
step in when I needed to,
but they did a great job."
Even though most of the
campers had learned to use
both types of reels, Martin
said some still preferred the
old cane pole.
Martin estimated the
campers averaged catch-
ing about 75 fish a day. The
largest was a catfish that
weighed about a pound-
and-a-half.
"It doesn't matter what
you are using," he said.
"It's learning to use it
properly. These fish we are
catching you can use ultra
light gear.
"A kid with a heavy cane
pole or a heavy rod and reel
is going to wear out quick,
and they are not going to
have as much fun."

Did you attend the fishing
camp? Tell us your favorite
part by posting a note at crest-
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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.
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Director @
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Crestview Housina Au-
thority 371 W. Hickory
Authority Offices.
A Pre- Bid conference will
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2008 @ 10:00 A.M.
(CST) at the Housing
Authority offices. Bid will
be received until 10:00
A.M. on July 1 2008
(CST) at Housing
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The Crestview Housing
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right to reject and and all
bids and fo waive any ir-
regularities and formali-
ties in the bidding.
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06/25/08
06/28/08

LEGAL # 120053
NOTICE OF SALE
Surplus Property
The City of Crestview is
accepting sealed bids for
surplus property open to
the general public
through the City Clerk's
Office. There are many
items for bid that include
motor vehicles:
1984 Ford Bucket Truck
1986 Serria Classic
Truck
1994 Cadillac Seville


Various Saws and Weed
eaters.


Bidders can view these
items at the Department
of Public Services located
at 715 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Beginning Monday July
7, 2008 through Friday
July11, 2008 from 7:00
A.M. until 4:00 P.M.
All bids must be submit-
ted by noon on or before
Friday July 11, 2008.
Bids will be opened and
tabulated in City Council
Chambers at 3 P.M. Fri-
day July 11, 2008. All
Saoes are final and items
will be'sold, AS IS no
warranty written or im-
plied. Bid Sheets are
available at the city main-
tenance shop and only
these bid sheets will be
Accepted. Bids can be
mailed or hand delivered
to the City of Crestview,
Office of the City Clerk
P.O. Box 1209 Crest-
view Florida 32536
06/18/2008
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Equipped with front end
loader, bush hog, root
rake, disc, and more.
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LEGAL # 120056 All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
IN THE CIRCUIT having claims or de-
COURT IN AND FOR mands against
OKALOOSA decedent's estate on
COUNTY, FLORIDA whom a copy of this no-
PROBATE DIVISION tice is required to be
CASE NO. served must file their
2008-CP-512 claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
RUTH L. MUNRO, TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
Deceased, LOCATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
NOTICE TO CREDI- THE DATE OF SERVICE
TORS OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
The administration of the All other creditors of the
estate of Ruth L. Munro decedent and persons
deceased, whose date of having claims or de-
death was March 30 mands against the
2008 and whose social decedent's estate must
security number is file their claims with this
336-14-7490, is pend- court WITHIN 3
ing in the Circuit Court MONTHS AFTER THE
for Okaloosa County, DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
Florida Probate Division, LICATION OF THIS NO-
the address of which is TICE.
Okaloosa County Court- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
house, 101 James Lee WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
Boulevard East Crest- ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
view, Florida 32536. TION 733.702 OF THE
The names and Ad- FLORIDA PROBATE
dresses of the personal CODE WILL BE FOREVER
representative and the BARRED.
personal representative's NOTWITHSTANDING
attorney are set forth be- THE TIME PERIODS SET
low.


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Harris speaks at June PILOT meeting


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce Ex-
ecutive Director Wayne
Harris was the featured
speaker at the chamber's
Professional Inspired
Leaders of Tomorrow (PI-
LOT) young professionals
committee meeting this
past Thursday at Coach
'N' Four.
"What makes you a
leader is a four-letter
word: work," Harris told


the group. He cited Abra-
ham Lincoln and Albert
Einstein of examples of
leaders who experienced
failure, but learned from
mistakes and went on to
great success.
The committee's next
meeting is scheduled for
July 17 at noon at Coach
'N' Four. The commit-
tee is designed for area
young professionals age
21-41, but all are wel-
come. For more informa-
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at 682-3212.


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Tractor Supply Company to highlight the
development near the former Winn-Dixie


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Crestview News Bulletin
North Okaloosa resi-
dents soon will be able to
get "the stuff they need out
there" in a store close to
home.
Tractor Supply Compa-
ny has confirmed it plans to
occupy 28,000 square feet
of retail space in the former
Winn-Dixie store on U.S.
Highway 90 in Crestview.
TSC spokesperson Susan
Morgenstern confirmed the
company's plans to open a
store in Crestview, so long
as necessary permits and
approvals are obtained.
"Florida and Alabama
are great states for trac-
tor supply," Morgenstern
said. "We know there are a
lot of customers in Florida
and Alabama, and we are
happy to be moving into
Crestview."
The store will anchor the
"Crestview West Shopping
Center" taking shape on
the west side on Crestview.
TSC bills itself as "the
largest retail farm and
ranch store chain in the
United States." The com-
pany operates more than
750 retail stores in 43 states.
The company is based in


Brentwood, Tenn. TSC is
known for its motto, "The
stuff you need out there,"
and for the "TSC" block
letters in its logo.
The nearest TSC cur-
rently is located in Chipley.
Ronnie Watts, part of the
group that owns the former
Winn-Dixie building, said
the store likely will open
in the fall and employ be-
tween 50 and 75 people,
"They like the location,"
Watts said. "They looked
all over Crestview and ze-
roed on this, and they think
it's the best location of any-
where around."
Watts' group also plans
to develop the building on
the opposite side of U.S.


90 that once housed a car'
dealership.
Watts said the building'
on the south side of U.S. 90,
will include retail and of-
fice space, as well as some
work areas. He said he has
received multiple calls from
prospective tenants.
"W6 dichdn't want it to be
an eyesore, and once we
got the former Winn-Dixie
building, we picked it up,"
Watts said. "It's going to
be very nice inside, a good
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:,-4 TH -, E -r .
: L-'it I tF lC' ..,' 121
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
June 25, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative: James C.
Campbell Esquire Flor-
ida Bar No. 708283 #4
11th Avenue, Suite 2
Shalimar Florida 32579
(850)651-9313
Personal Representative:
Doris Gail Hanson
06/25/2008
07/02/2008

Legal # 120057
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75, Florida Statues
there will be a public
auction 07/16/2008 at
9:OOAM for the following
vehicles
1999 Porsche
WPOCA2982XU630832
The auction will be held
at 956 W. James Lee
Blvd Crestview, Fl
32536, Crestview Paint
& Body has the right to
turn down any and all
bids.
06/25/2008

Legal #100406
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-002877
DIVISION: FILE NO.:
F08041118
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFREY D. MCCLURE, et
al, '
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: D. MCCLURE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5303 MARILEA
COURT CRESTVIEW, FL
32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: CARLA
MCCLURE
5303 MARILEA COURT
CRESTVIEW, FL 32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
in property in
O.A LOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 16, BLOCK D,
LEE FARM SUBDIVI-
SION- PHASE 1, BE-
ING A PORTION OF
SECTIONS 12 AND
13 TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24
WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGES
86-88, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before July 3
2008, on Florida Defauft
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, .Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my and the
seal of this Court on this
18 day of June, 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: KITTY SIMS
AS DEPUTY CLERK
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Taoipa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-


ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
850-689-5000 Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
roceedin or Shalimar
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IMPORTANT Clock Repair, grandfa-
In accordance with the others, mantels, cuckoos
Americans with Disabili we buy antiques, Call
ties Act, persons with dis- 689-1007
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding,
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 NE. 3110 1
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, Ron's Appliance &
F 32579 telephone Partsopen am-6pm,
number 850-651-7497, Mon-k 8-1 Sat. Appli-
prior to the proceeding. once parts, appliance re-
air. 215 N. Main
07/02/08 After hours 305-8515


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widely Run your classified Huge Yard Sale
ad in over 100 Florida Hg r SAlM
newspapers reaching Sat. June 28 7A.M .
ver 4 Millionreaders. 1PM., 6471 Moonlight
l ti Minrewaersr Ln. (Spring Hollow Subdli-
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Trailer (needs tires & hold, too much to list
tongue work) Crestview
GARAGE SALE
Kubota B7100 Trac- SSat. June 28, 8:00am-till,
Transmission With 60" Shine Furniture, 6 oak
Deck (needs motor work) chairs, antique buffet,
clothes, sewing machine,
John Deere F935 tools, appliances, plants.
Tractor (Front deck
needs work)
Bids must be in a sealed UeW T Alf"
envelope with bidders
name, address & phone Crtiv
number included. Bids restew
will be received at the HUGE YARD
main office until 5:00 SALE
p.m. on July 3, 2008. 5854 Antler Way
For more information Saturday, June 28
please contact Sam 7am 1pm. Off Old
Brunson at 682-2413 or Bethal Road
come by our location at Washer, Dryer, Fridge,
371 W. Hickory Avenue, lots of little girl clothes,
Crestview FL 32536. bedroom furniture, too
many items to mention
Crestview
I 1150so ] HUGE YARD
Single white male 70 SALE
5'8 1701bs. Looking for June 27th thru 29th
a small white lady 65-72. 7A.M. 5PM. 5877
I am easy going and Stac Lane (off old bethel
easy to please. Just need rd ) lots of toys, dining
a good woman to share set, bedroom suit & misc.
and do things together. Crestview
Please write RLB P.O.
Box 876, Crestview FL MULTI-FAMILY
32536, or call (850) YARD SALE
689-8038 Sat. June 28 7A.M. 11
A.M, 123 Sikes Dr. 4x4
'Tiles, crown molding,
cabinets Lots of things
s"- -, \ Creslview
Yard Sale
L a Fri. Sat. & Sun.
B8am until
301 Runnmeade Dr.
Baby clots, baby furni-
PE &ANIMALS ture, dishes, women s

2110- Pets: Free to Crestview
Good Home Yard Sale
2130 Farm Animals/ Sat. June 28
Supplies 7am until
2140 Pets/Livestock 685 Ridge Lake Rd.
Wanted
2150- Pet Memorials Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. June 28th
7am -12pm
950 Mayo Trl.
-Chesape e B- Something for everyone.
Chesapeake Bay re- -
trievers. AKC. 8 weeks Laurel Hill
old. Brown 3 males, 1 Moving Sale
female 100 each. Fri. & Sat, June 27,28
850-982-3074 7am ?
Chihuahua pups, males 8138 Ei hth St.(White
& females 1 silver col- iOak Sub.iv.M
ored. $300 & up. taking EVERYTHING MUST GO
deposits. 652-4122 No offer refused.
Rain or shine.
NfW. OO y TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacementor-
CKC Jack Russell pups 68der. Call2-430 Jackie
$275. current shots & 2305___
worm treatments, 12
weeks old. Call
683-1586 or 225-8248

4 Wheel Rolling Walker
pur chased at Walgreens.
SReg. $139.99 will sell
Female Rottweiler & Two for $90. Call 689-0373
adult cats (fixed ) Moving,
must find a qood home. 1
Call 683-8137 or 'W4
460-0596 3280
Kittens free to good Carrier 2 ton
home born April 1. Call Heat Pump
585-3338 or 585-0493 Condeat Pump
Condenser 1
$400
Call 850-305-6739 or
S 2130 850-305-8035
2 Rhode Island Red
Roosters. 3 months old.
$10. each. Tom @
683-1305

Small antique barn good Wheelchair and
condition. $1,000.00. Lift
You move. (850) JAZZY 113 ATS and
685-3.144_______ BRUNO swing car lift,
-- 18 ma. old, used twice,

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MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110-Appliances 21 x 5 FT round above
3120 -Arts & Cralts around pool. Everything
3140 Baby Items included. You take down
3150 Building Supplies & move $500.
3160- Business 682-5019
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3 1 9 0 E re ru w ou u u -


48" Above
Ground Pool
with accessories, very
qood cond. $100.
758-5724 after 3pm


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Adult Antique Tricycle for
sale. Excellent condition
(restored) $200. OBO
all 902-0499


30uu Elrewoo
3220 Furniture
'3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


Buildings for sale
"Beat next increase!"
20x30x12 $4300.
25x4Ox14 $6890.
30x50x14 $7900.
35x56x16 $11,500.
40x60x 16 $14,900.
50x140x19 $41,600.
60x100x18 $32800.
Pioneer since 1 80...
(800)668-5422.
For sale 4 Burial
Plots $5200. or 2 for
$2600.in Live Oak Park
Memorial Cemetery.
682-8535


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For Sale: 4 each used
Michelin truck tires
P245-70-17 $100. set, 3
each Goodyear car tires
225-55-R17 like new
$250. Call 974-4750
Gas dryer, works
great, $75 OBO. Double
Bed box spring s and mat-
tress. Good shape, $75
OBO.Vanity, $30 OBO.
428-1867
SWIM-SPA Loaded,
Never Used. LCD T.V. &
Stereo. Cost $16,900
Will Sacrifice $8,900.
Can Deliver. Call
(813)900-7794.


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WANTED: old guitars-
$100-.$50,000 Paidll
Collector/Musician want-
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Fender, Gibson, Martin
and Gretsch. These
Brands Only. Free Call
(866)759-3585.


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dependable. Ref. req. to aoin our team. Call
682-5278 Krisrin for interview
689-1122
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0 309 Lakeview Dr. 3br,
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*6110 Sonny Ln 3br,
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03112 Skvhawk Dr.
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06219 Winstead Rd,
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* 202 Cabana Way
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* 2186 Hagood Lp 3br
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* 903 Pinellas Dr. 3BR,
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* 12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
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* 144 Indian Tr. 3br,
2ba $1150
* 715 Presscott St 3br
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* 414 Peoria Blvd 4br
2.5ba $1350
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4br2ba, $1275
* 2804 Hogan Ln, 4BR,
3BA $1295
* 104 Muskogee Tr.
3BR 2BA, $1300
0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,
0 6377 Havenmist Ln.
4br, 2ba, $1395
* 109 Fairway Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $1600
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682-3849
Rentals:
0 622 Long Dr
3 br, 1 ba, $525
3205 Maple Ave.
1 br, 1 ba, $675+dd
0 4638 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
220 Water Oak
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
0 3.09 John Kind Rd
3 br 2 ba, $875+dd
0 1434 N, Purl St
3 br, 2 ba, $950
*513 WingSpan Way
3br, 21/2ba$ 1000+dd
2932 Schultz
3br, 2ba, $1100+dd
2878 Atoka Trail
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Crestview- 1 br apt, Coldwell Banker United
698 Kenneth Ave. Cam- Realtors 117 Courthouse
pletely furnished utilities Terrace, Crestview, Fl
ncl. No pets. $650mo 32536 18501689-1515
682-3166 or (850)682-5922
Crestview 1 br, newly a,700stf $425 brilx
remodeled. CH&A, 1 0s triplex
WS&G incl, no smoking 3 305 Walnut Ave 2br
pets $556mo + D'. 1 ba, 900sf, $500 end
5098-0050 unit
50-978-._0050 * 309 Walnut Ave. 2br
Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba, 1 ba 900sf, $500 end
$600/mo + $600 dep. unit
No petsl Avail now 850 0 2385 Susan Dr. Base-
398-5757 or 420-1517 ment apt, 1br Iba,
1052sf, $595, utils incl.
Crestview Bent Creek 0 238 Runnymeade Dr.
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 2br, 1.ba, 930 sf,
cepted. Rental assistance $600, interior unit
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR 05321 Steele Road, 3br,
HC & non-HC accessible 2ba, 1780sf, $625, pets
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. with approval, Baker
Crestview FL. Call 850 02499 Kinston Rd, 2br,
682-5563, TDD/TTY lba 804sF $650, pets
711. Equal Housing OP- allowed approval
portunity *440 Apple Drive 3br,
Crestview, Bent Creek allowed w/asf $79 retail
Apartments I, Vouchers 2 ed n Dr. 3br,
A209 Bccepted. Rental assis- 0132, Ham nitT eTs,
tance may be available. 2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC allowed
ccessi ble apartments. *262 Swaying Pine Ct
209 Bent Creek Road, 3br 2.5ba, 1309sf
Crestview, FL. Call $79 End Unit TI1 '
8 5 0-6 82-5 56 3 0 264 Swaying Pine Ct
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 3br9, 2.5ba, 1I309sf,
Housing Opportunity $79, military discount
_on rent
0306 Feldon Dr 3br,
2ba, 1200sf, $860, no
pets allowed.
6130 1562 Texas Pkwy 3br,
Crestview 303 & 307 2ba, 1109sf $825 no
Purl Adams 2br, 1 2ba, pets 1st month rent free
W/D. $753/mo + dep. 0274 Swaying Pine Ct-
Avail now 543-4742 3br 2.5ba 1,415sf,
4 $850, new townhome
Crestview- 3br, 2.5ba, *268 Swaying Pine Ct
1500sf TH no pets/ 3br 2.5ba 1415sf
smoke. Near hospital $850, new townhome
$850mo+dd. 621-1857 02904 Orchidcrest Dr.
-Townhouse, 4br, 1 ba, 1600sf, $850
Crestview Townhouse, pets allowed w/approval
3 BR, 2.5 BA, 1500s, 270 Swaying Pine Ct-
$ 98-3311pets OK, 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
850-398-3311 $875, new townhome
0272 Swaying Pine Ct
3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,
$875, new townhome
6140 *5Q Abbey Rd. 3br, 2ba
1165sf, $875 cathedral
1 brand new 3 bd. 2 ceilings in master bed
ba home for rent. 02385 Susan Drive-
Walker School District, house 3br, 2ba 1640sf,
Yard care included. $895. 10% military dis-
$850. mo + $850. DD count or free months rent
No pets Call 682-5588 0109 Steeplechase Dr. 3
br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $925,
1, 2, & 3 Bd Homes for ne paint & vinyl
Lease. Section 8 ac- 3283 Mohican Way,
cepted 682-2735 or3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95
692-4800 South of 0
0507 White Oak Lane
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995,
f TODAY first month's rent free
NEW IHU" 08146 8th Ave, 3br,
2ba, 1355sf, $1000,
3br, lba screened military discounted on
porch, big .t. 6 month rent to $950
ease'. ok.g $6506 SD 1819 Waterway Lane
Refernces required. $1625, no ets allowed,
682-8483 Baker "
01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1075
lar e fenced back yard
N W *A 2028 Citadel Lane, 3br,
2ba, 1970sf, $1100 no
3br, 2ba, 1 cg, S. of pets allowed .
11 0. Privacy. fence, 4180 Big Buck Trail,
$850/mo + SD. Refer- 4br 2ba, 1823sf,
ences needed. Call $1215 no pets allowed
682-8483 0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba
1901sf $1300 military
fA-V discount
HEW~ TO A i 5262 Clint Mason Rd.
M O 3br 2.5ba 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed with
American Realty approval
of Northwest 0642 Territory Lane Abr,
3ba, 3031sf $1500 mili-
Florida, Inc. toary 1 free month rent
682-4822 or 0650 Territory Lane 4br,
651-5717 EHO 3ba, 3004sT, $1675,
5591 Hwy 393 2br $200 military discount/
1 ba $550 month
S611 E.. Edney Ave. For further information
2BR/2BA, $550 and to apply online,
612 E. Lee Ave. 2BR, please visit our website
2BA $550 at: www.cburpm.com
S11 7 Hampton Dr. 2BR,
2BA $550 mpCrestview 3 BR 2 BA
2 909 Maoles St. $550. mo. $550. Dep.
2BR 1BA$625 Read July 1 Call
0865 Brett St. 2br, 603-0414
51987 Azalea Ave 3br, Crestview 3 Br 2 ba
2ba $695 newly remodeled, sets on
163 Patch Ave 2BR, 1 acre lot in a country
1BA, $695 quiet neighborhood,
0304 Crooked Pine Tr, $850. mos + $850.-dd
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2 CG. Brand new, Ia
fenced yard/ covered
porch. Pets K. $1100
+ DD. 850-683-4104

Crestview 3bd., 2 ba,
Section 8 approved,
$850. ma deposit re-
quired. 537-2960 or
830-7944
Crestview house for
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Pets neg. Call 902-1299

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NEW TODAY
Crestview- S. of 1-10
beautiful, spacious 2200
sf brick house, 4 br, 2/2
ba, 2 cg, big FL room.
Smoke tree, no pets.
$1150/mo+dd. Call
682-4699 or 398-1652

Crestview Beautiful
3br, 2ba, home. Corner
lot fenced, pets OK
w/reference. 1540 N.
Lloyd St. $850/mo.
863-3292


NEW TODAY

Janet
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Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Crestview
* 116 Hampton Dr
2 br, 1 Y2 ba, $550
@ 216 Virginia St.
2 br, 1 Ba, $650
* 6020 Gagnan Rd -
3 bd/2 ba; $695
1704 1st Ave.
3 br 1 V2 ba, $700
64 1 Moonliqht Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $895
S651 Panama Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $895
1112CountryLiving Rd
3 br 2 ba $950
0 6458 Moonliaht Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $995
0 460 Jillian Dr -
4 bd/2ba; $1050
6462 Moonlight Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $T150
5963 Linene Dr
3 br 2 ba, $1150
5452 E. Brooks Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1200
*211 RaptorDr-
4 bd/2 ba; $1200
493 Jillian Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1250


NEW TOBAY

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Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
$ 227 Walker Circle
700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
t 2520 Sunset Dr
$800 3 br, 1'/2 ba, 1 cg
+ 603 Moss Drive
$875 3/2/2
+ 391 Riverchase
$1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
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682-6156




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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2008


Furnished room includes Crest
all utilities. Background brick,
check & lease required. rivats
$500 mo. call $229K
682-3454 or
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$450mo includes all outi- Oak S
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2br, lba MH. in north
Crestview clean, large
yard $600/mo.
682-0470 Call Mon. thru
Thur. after 5pm. Fri &
Sat. call anytime.
3br, 2ba, large yard.
Large trailer. No
smoke/pets. $550/mo.
$575dd. 240-0890


fpi ro A If
Crestview
2 Bdrm MH for
Rent
MH on Irg lot. 500/mo
Rental Discount Call
862-7255


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Crestview- 2 br 1 ba
mobile home $500/mo
+dd. No pets. 682-8867
leave message
Crestview quiet clean
3br 2ba, 1216sf, large
secluded lot close to
town. Pets negotiable.
Lawn care. $750/mo +
dep. 850-423-0967
Holt 2 br, 1 ba MH
$500 mo+dep. & ref.
Section 8 accepted
850-499-74 1 2
850-537-6222


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private lot. all electric,
no pets. $575/$400.
850-225-0949



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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


NorW T0Ay
Close to Baker
School!
1712SF, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
FP, screened room stor-
age shed, beautiful lawn.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
850-582-3806



Crestview 3BR 2 BA
Brand new, appraised at
$165,000. sell for
$139,000. appliances
incl. call 682-5588


gUR --
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to Eglin
New, energy efficient
homes starting as low as
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sf, 2.5 bar, newly remod-
eled, new roof new a/c
& heat, etc. $259,900.
Call (850) 621-4314.


NEW TflOA
HOLLY HILLS!
Price reduced on lovely
custom built home. Cor-
ner lot, 3br/2ba with
2CG. $179,995
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
582-3806

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



Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 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.



Navarre -
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 $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.
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$69,995
For 1282sf, 3br, 1.5ba,
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very solid! Hardwood
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Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806


7ISO
1 acre lots vacant or
with home. Auburn area.
Call 850-240-0890


NfW TOOAY
5 Lots in Milligan 50' X
140' $90,000. Call
682-5588


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NEW 'IJA'y
8 ACRES
6 stall barn, 2 miles N.
of Winn Dixiel Coar. Loc.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334 /
850-582-3806


NEW IOgAV
Lot Zoned Commercial
50' X 140' in Crestview
$27 ,500. Call
682-5588




2002 Majestic Cham-
pion 3 bd'. 2 ba., one
owner, 76X16 Open
floor plan, Excellent con.
$25,000. Call
951-0039

16x80 Redmond 3bd
2ba dishwasher, stove,
ref.washer/ dryer, AC
excellent cond. must be
moved $17,500.
228-466-5283 or
682-2033


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www. abalauction.com
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8100 Antique & Colloctibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 -Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
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8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
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8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Ford Mustang
2003
White with trey interior
95K miles. Great condi-
tion. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
240-4145


8120
Chevrolet Tahoe 2005
55 500 miles $26,000.
Call 850-622-0270


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Great Little SUV
Ford Explorer Sport
1998. AT, AC, PWR,
New Paint Black
4WD $3500 Call
598-1500


Chevy S10 1988 2.5
liter 5 speed Needs
brakes. $500. 6BO Call
682-7481 leave message



Astro Van '03
work van, runs good,
new A/C, $3500 obo.
Call 5344442


32' Cabin Cruiser,
1992 Regal Commo-
dore. Twin Volvo I/O
with cabin AC. $30K
850-376-2414
ask for Tom.


2008 Yamaha
Raptor 700
Low hrs, perfect condi-
tion under warranty.
GYTR muffler & skid
plate, $6000. Call Terry
850-685-9468 or
850-226-8599


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Inviles everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
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vehicle today!


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cluded. 4WD. $5,000.
Firm. Call 537-4866
2007 17ft. Express Bass
Boat w/75hp Yamaha
stroke, 15 hours on ________
each; many extras.
$15,400. Call
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