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Chayne Sparagowski / Special to the News Bulletin
This photograph shows the damage to the motorcycle involved in an accident late Wednesday on Ferdon
Boulevard. The motorcycle's rider, David Ring, died in the accident.


Businessman remembered as


extrao rdi n a ry

Florida Freedom Newspapers work for Mr. Ring, and he is the best boss that I

Friends, family and co-work- have ever had the pleasure of working for. He not onlY
nessmanembereDavidRingas"theepit- was a wonderful boss but be was a wonderful man as
ome of thd American dream." well. We all have a void in our hearts and lives that
Ring, 60, the president of will be therefore a long, long time. ... We miss you
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Company, died following a mo- David, and you willforever remain in our hearts."
torcyde crash Wednesday night.
"He was extraordinary" said From Florida Freedom message boards
Speedee Cash Vice President
Debbie Anderson. "I've never markable businessman," but also hospital, where police said he
- known anybody like him and the type of person who would died a short time later.
I'm sure I never will again. He mow the lawn for an employee Police said the upcoming traf-
was a man who built something who was a single mother with no fic homicide investigation could
out of nothing and worked hard time and a broken lawn mower. take 60 days to complete.
to do it." "He was very kind-hearted," Ring's wife, Judy, is a teacher
Anderson, who worked for Anderson said. "He expected a at Choctawhatchee High School
Ring for 18 years, said he built lot from his employees and ex- All three of Ring's children -
Speedee Cash from one store in pected us to earn our pay, but he Michael, Adam and Susan -
Albany, Ga., to 67 locations in six would do anything he could for graduated from Crestview Higlh
states with more than 200 em- us." School.
ployees. The corporate office is Ring was riding his new mo- Ring's parents and a brother
in Crestview. The company also torcycle south on South Ferdon and sister reside in Sebring. Ring
owns Speedee Printing in Crest- Boulevard just before 10:30 p.m. also had four granddaughters.
view. Wednesday when he hit a utility- Anderson said it was not un-
Alvin Simpson, a company style truck as it attempted a U- usual for Ring to ride his motor-
employee at a Georgia location, turn, police said. cycle to Sebring to see his family
also said Ring would be missed. Ring's motorcycle hit the back for a weekend.
"A lot of times you don't want of the truck near Hospital Drive. Visitation is 2 p.m. Sunday
to meet your boss, but this guy The truck driver, 34-year-old and a public memorial service is
was a super person," Simpson Jason Ullrich of Largo, Fla., was at 3 p.m. Sunday at First United
said. "He was a down-to-earth, unhurt. Methodist Church in Crestview.
gentle, kind, super person" and Ring was transported to
"he loved that motorcycle." North Okaloosa Medical Center Share your memories of David,
Anderson said Ring was "a re- and then flown to a Pensacola Ring at crestviewbulletin.com.


Fire department seeks funding change


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
A charter amendment
passed by the state legis-
lature and signed by Gov.
Charlie Crist will allow
the North Okaloosa Fire
District to seek the option
of using the ad valorem
(taxable value) method of
funding assessment.
Currently, each home-
owner covered by the dis-
trict is assessed a flat rate
of $84.59 per year for fire
protection services. Busi-

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up with growth," accord-
ing to a statement from
the district.
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area population has more
than doubled in the last
decade.
"The NOFD can man-'
age growth with increased
revenues received under
a millage system," the
statement said.
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of going to a millage reve-
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


WEATHER ..................... 2
RELIGION ...... ........... 3
OBITUARIES. . . . . . . . . . 5


CLASSIFIEDS .................8-9
SPORTS ..................... 10
NASCAR . ................. 10


Help your kids


weather storms

Include your children in
planning and the aftermath


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

When I was in eighth
grade, a blizzard hit fol-
lowed by an ice storm. The
two combined to bring
down the power lines and
make the roads impassable
for utility repair crews. On
Christmas Eve we decorated
the tree by Coleman lantern
and candlelight.
We played Monopoly,
drew pictures, worked ac-
tivity books and read lots
of books. After supper, we
gathered around the lantern
and Mom read stories.
My brother and I recall
the three days without elec-
tricity as a grand adventure.
Our folks, naturally, remem-
ber it very differently.
If you are prepared and
maintain your calm, your
children can similarly recall
a big storm and its after-
math as an equally grand
adventure.
Include the kids in.


The "Are You Prepared?"
hurricane survival guide
is inserted in today's issue
of the News Bulletin.
storm preparations. What
toys and games would they
want to have in their storm
kit? Include enough batter-
ies for 'hand-held computer
games. Stock up on a few
traditional board games.
Your kids will be astounded
to find there are fun games
that don't beep and light
up.
Include in your storm
kit age-appropriate activ-
ity books, reading material
See STORMS 4


Principal's Report


Bob Sikes turns 50


with new principal


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

Incoming Bob Sikes El-
ementary Principal Gary
Massey said he received a
pleasant reception during
his first days in the build-
ing.
"From the moment I
walked in the door, it felt
like family, and I am very
appreciative," Massey
said.
Massey, who most re-
cently served as interim
principal at Eglin Elemen-
tary, officially starts July 1.
He spent most of June at
Bob Sikes getting to know
the school and the teach-
ers.
"Overall, my experi-
ence has been positive,"
he said. "There are always
things you can improve
on and always things you
want to hold on to, so
that's what we're trying to
identify right now."

50th year
Massey will get an early
education in the history of


Ann Spann / News Bulletin
Incoming Bob Sikes
Elementary Principal Gary
Massey officially begins his
duties July 1.
the school. This year marks
the 50th anniversary of the
opening of Bob Sikes El-
ementary.
Massey said the school
tentatively has plans for a
celebration in early Octo-
ber. The celebration would
include a parade and all-
school assembly during
the day, and speakers dur-
ing an evening event.
The school also plans to
create fund-raising memo-
rabilia to commemorate
Bob Sikes' 50th year.

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Okaloosa County Habitat for Humanity construction
manager Bill Prescott presented Vivica Aaron with the
keys to her new home Thursday.

Habitat completes

home in Crestview


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa County
Habitat for Humanity
construction manager Bill
Prescott presented Vivica
Aaron with the keys to
her new home in Crest-
view during a dedication
ceremony on Thursday.
Beach Community
Bank supported the proj-
ect, which included 2,800


volunteer hours through
Okaloosa Habitat for
Humanity, a non-profit
Christian-based organi-
zation.
Aaron fought back
tears as she thanked God
for Habitat and for all
those who helped make
her home a reality.
See video from the pre-
sentation later this week at
crestviewbulletin.com


Fuel Up For Father's Day winners


Ann Spann /Crestview News Bulletin


Winners of the Fuel Up For Father's Day contest, sponsored
by the Ritz Food
Stores, Ritz Gasoline m"N" l- el....
and the Crestview I FOOD
News Bulletin, X STORES
received a $40 gift
card to purchase
gasoline at Ritzt
stores. Pictured
are Brittany, Jadyn
and Jake Trent with G SOli e
their dad, Rich;
Ashley Simmons with her dad, Steve; Carli Owens with her
mom Cathrin (who stood in for her dad); Bethany Chestnut
and her dad, Scott; plus Jean Sargent and Andrew Twitty,
Ritz Food Store Managers. Winners not present for the
photo were Jessieann Fortune and her father, Scott.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
The stalk on this century plant growing on Tyner Drive in
Crestview is approximately 36 feet tall.

Century plant in bloom

attracts local attention


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
A century plant at the
home of Ron and Do-
reen Vonoven on Tyner
Drive has caught the eye
of many Crestview resi-
dents.
"So many people have
stopped to look at the
plant and take photos,"
Ron Vonoven said. "I
have to laugh."
Vonoven's father Adolf
planted the century plant
at the family's home 34
years ago.
The plant produced' a
stalk over Memorial Day
weekend and has contin-
ued at what Ron describes
as a "Jack and the Bean-
stalk" effect, growing at
rate of approximately two
feet per day.


Century plants are na-
tive to Mexico, Central
and South America, and
the southern and south-
western United States.
The plant bears 3- to
4-inch yellow-green flow-
ers and can bloom in 10
years in warm regions
and can take as long as 60
years in colder climates.
The plant is very use-
ful. The sap and juice are
used for a large variety
of medicines. The stalk,
heart and seeds can be
roasted and eaten. The
sap is also used to make
pulque, a beer-like drink,
and distilled to make te-
quila and mescal.
Have you seen one of
these plants? Tell us about
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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2008 RELIGION


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


PULPIT Being instant in your prayer
SMichael Green Jr.


Be kindly affectioned one
to another with brotherly
love; in honour preferring one
another; Not slothful in busi-
ness;fervent in spirit; serving
the Lord; Rejoicing in hope;
patient in tribulation; con-
tinuing instant in prayer..."
- Romans 12:10-12
Are you distressed at
the current moral climate
of our nation? Do you
feel helpless and hope-
less about any changes
for the better? If you are
in this condition, have
you thought to pray? I am
reminded of the hymn,
Did You Think to Pray? by
Mary Kidder. She writes:
Ere you left your room
this morning,


Did you think to pray?
In the name of Christ our
Savior,
Did you sue for loving
favor,
As a shield today?
Oh, how praying rests the
weary!
Prayer will change the
night to day;
So when life seems dark
and dreary,
Don't forget to pray.
The Bible teaches we
have instant access to our
Lord. He is always avail-
able to hear our petitions.
In Romans, the Apostle
Paul commands us to be
instant in prayer. He is
teaching us to earnestly
persevere in our petitions


to the Heavenly Father.
Sometimes we are discour-
aged when we do not find
instant peace or solutions
to our problems. Do not
be disheartened! Continue
to pray that God will lead
you according to His holy
will. The Bible teaches us
that the effectual, fervent
prayer of a righteous main
availeth much (James
5:16). As we enter into the
summertime months, here
are a couple things that we
need to diligently remem-
ber in prayer:
We need to pray for
our churches. We are liv-
ing in a time when many
do not see the importance
of public %worship. The


Bible teaches us that we
are not to forsake the as-
sembling of ourselves
together (Hebrews 10:25).
God blesses us in an ex-
traordinary way when we
are faithful to assemble
ourselves together in cor-
porate worship.
We need to pray for
our youth. As we enter
into the summer months,
many of our children have
completed another school
year. Some have gradu-
ated and are planning to
move on to secondary
education. I have observed
many cases where young
adults have faltered in their
Chrisian walk when they ',
leave home and enroll in ";


college. An articulate, en-
gaging professor can undo
17 years worth of spiritual
training in a semester. Pray
that God would bless our
youth to follow the way
of truth and withstand the
assaults of the devil.
I am reminded of Solo-
mon's charge in 2 Chron-
icles 7:14: "If my people,
which are called by my
name, shall humble them-
selves, and pray, and seek
my face, and turn from
their wicked ways; then
will I hear from heaven,
and will forgive their sin,
and will heal their land."
Our churches are in
great need of revival. Our
youth are under attack by


Satan. Let us strive now
to be diligent, fervent, and
instant in prayer, that God
will forgive our sins and
bless our churches and
young people to honor His
holy name!

Michael Green Jr. is pas-
tor of Palm Chapel Primi-
tive Baptist Church (www.
palmchapel.org) in Crestview.
Palm Chapel meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pastor
Green can be contacted at
(850) 689-3383 or by email at
pastor@palmchapel.org. Pas-
tor Green warmly invites you
to come and worship at Palm
Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church.


CHUCHBIE


Faith, fun combine at Pilgrim Rest


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

EVENTS
INDEPENDENCE DAY
CELEBRATION & CONCERT:
First Assembly of God in
Crestview will host i ninth
annual Independence Day
Celebration and concert
Sunday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
It includes singing by Pocket
Full of Rock and a presentation
by guest speaker Sujo John, a
World Trade Center survivor.
As part of its outreach
services for this year, the church
has purchased a truck of food
for Feed the Children and also
is involved with Habitat for
Humanity. For more details
call 682-3518. The church is
located at 400 S. Ferdon Blvd.
WOODLAWN JULY 4TH
CELEBRATION: Woodlawn
Baptist Church invites everyone
to its 10:30 a.m. service on
Sunday to celebrate the Fourth
of July. The church is located
at 824 N. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview. Details: 682-2924.
BAKER UMC LUNCHEON:
Baker United Methodist,
Church will host a covered dish
lunch after the worship service
Sunday.
PILGRIM REST GOD &


COUNTRY SERVICE: The
28th annual God and Country
service will be held Sunday 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.
SPHEER CONCERT
JULY 2: Gaither Homecoming
recording artist Allison Durham
Speer will be performing at
Olive Baptist Church at 1836
Olive Road, Pensacola on
Wednesday.
In honor of the July 4
holiday, Allison will perform a
patriotic set during the 6 p.m.
concert. Call (850) 476-1932
for details.
VENDORS NEEDED: The
Shalimar United Methodist
Church has only a few vendor
booths still available for its
October 18 Shalimar Arts &
Crafts Holly Fair. All craft and
art items must be handmade,
painted or decorated by the
exhibitors.
New this year are outside
vendor spaces, 10-by-10 feet,
added for the convenience of
those exhibitors needing larger
display areas. Fees are $70 for
the larger outside booths and
$60 for the 6-by-10 feet inside
booths.


Prospective exhibitors
should contact Marijo Strauss at
(850)651-5743ormstra68337@
aol.com for an application or
more information.

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,
pastured by Carl Dillenback.
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 evening. For
more information, please call
Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
CORRESPONDENCE
COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offering
a free Bible correspondence
course. Call 682-4025. for
more information. The radio
program airs Monday through
Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on
WAAZ, 104.7 FM.


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Faith and fun
mix nicely in the youth pro-
grams at Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Church.
One moment, you might
hear the church's youth group
members on the nationally
syndicated Rick and Bubba
radio show.
Another moment, you
might find them experienc-
ing a stirring pro-abstinence
ceremony.
Youth coordinators Travis
and Lindsey Adams say they
will try anything to help con-
nect area youths with God..
"The kids know my wife
and I are a bit crazy, but you
have to be a bit crazy to con-
nect with kids," Travis Adams
said. "Yet you also have to be
spiritually grounded, and let
them know what you believe.
We don't try to get out and do
fun stuff all of the time, but
we do want people to know
being a Christian is fun."
A "True Love Waits"
pro-abstinence program
in February drew consider-


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The church presented a
series of speakers who dis-
cussed, sexually transmitted
disease" concerns, unplanned
pregnancy concerns, and the
spiritual aspect of the topic.
The program culminated
when 28 teens accepted True
Love Waits rings, a .public
affirmation of their commit-
ment to abstain from premar-
ital sex.
"I still see them wear-
ing the rings, which makes
you feel good," Travis Ad-
ams said. "It's a way to wit-
ness to other kids, because
other kids will ask what it
means."
Travis Adams and 14 Pil-
grim Rest teens recently re-
turned from a youth camp
near Talladega, Ala.
They didn't just take part


in the camp? They led it. The
14 Pilgrim Rest teens coordi-
nated various camp activi-
ties for 1,000 other youths
for a week. The trip included
the appearance on the Rick
and Bubba show.
Youth leader Tammy
Lawson will take Pilgrim
Rest members Naomi Lan-
gley and Zachary Baxter on
a longer trip in August. The
trio will go on a mission trip
to the Cayman Islands as
part of an Okaloosa Baptist
Association group, with the
goal of laying the founda-
tion for future Pilgrim Rest
youth mission trips.
Pilgrim Rest youth lead-
ers invite middle- and
high-school students from
around the area to attend a
teen-oriented bible study
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Adams at 902-0413.
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The family of Craig Demara would
like to thank everyone for their
healing love. heartfelt sympathy
and much needed support and it's of
great comfort. Food, flowers, cards,
donations, paper goods and internet
condolences. all prove this is an
extraordinary community and ,we
lacked for nothing.


Special thanks to Brother Donnie,
Andv. David, Brenda and Bob. Iffe
think of Mr. Ithitehurst as a big
sprawling red oak with plenty of
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FIRE continued from 1


would give us more money
overall, but it would save a
bunch of people money, and
it would be fairer for every-
body."
If approved by voters,
the new assessment method
would be implemented in
2010.
According to infonnrma-
tion prepared by the NOFD,
owners of homes valued
$125,000 or less would actu-
ally see a reduction in their
assessment, by as much as
the full $84.59 currently as-
sessed for homes valued at
$50,000 or less.
Homes valued at$175,000
would pay $15.41 more a
year. The increase would
be $55.41 on homes valued
at $225,000, and $135.41 for
homes valued at $325,000.
In addition to assur-
ing adequate funding, the
NOFD says the action likely
would result in improved
ISO, or fire safety ratings, on
homeowner insurance. The
resultant decrease in premi-
ums would more than offset
any increase m assessment,


the NOFD said.
Failure to approve the
change may result in an in-
creased ISO, which would
drive up the cost of home-
owner's insurance, because
the NOFD would be forced
to limit services, the district
said.
The NOFD's services in-
clude fire and emergency
response to structure and
wildfires, motor vehicle ac-
cident rescue and extrica-
tion, medical response, air
ambulance landing zone
operations, and search and
rescue services. The NOFD
also instructs fire prevention
and public fire safety train-
ing.
To explain the proposed
assessment change in great-
er detail, the NOFD will
hold a series of town hall
meetings in July and Au-
gust at churches and schools
throughout the district.

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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

On June 14, Crestview
Police officers and Oka-
loosa Sheriff's Office dep-
uties rounded up several
suspects with outstand-
ing warrants for narcotics
charges.
Jessie Lee Coleman,
29, of Crestview, was ar-
rested for sale of cocaine
and sale of cocaine within
1,000 feet of public hous-


ing stemming from two
May 9 undercover sting
operations.
Yohundra Lamonta
Fredrick, 30, of Crestview,
was arrested on similar
charges from an under-
cover sting operation in
October 2007.
Mauge Jenkins, 37, of
Crestview, was arrested
and charged with sale of
cocaine as a result of a
drug bust operation uti-
lizing a confidential infor-


mant on Nov. 17, 2007.
Johnny H. Lewis, 60,
of Baker, was charged
with sale of cocaine from
a Nov. 24, 2007 operation
using an undercover in-
formant.
In each of the cases,
the Crestview Police
Street Crimes Unit, us-
ing undercover officers or
confidential informants,
conducted sales of drugs
using marked "drug buy"
money.


Each transaction was
monitored by nearby offi-
cers, and was videotaped
by hidden cameras.
The confidential infor-
mants and undercover of-
ficers who purchased the
drugs, and their vehicles,
were searched before and
after each operation "to
ensure he/she was not in.
possession of any contra-
band during the opera-
tion," according to arrest
reports.


Laurel Hill takes steps to secure water project funding


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL The
good news at the start of
Thursday's Laurel Hill City
Council meeting quickly
gave way to the reality of
more work ahead.
City Manager Tim Bold-
uc opened his report by
confirming the city received
a $300,000 state budget ap-
propriation for improve-
ments to the city's water
system.
He then introduced Dale
Dransfield of Utah Utili-
ties, who outlined the next
steps the city should take to
secure funding to complete
the $800,000 first phase of
the project.
"We got things moving,"
Dransfield said. "We just
want to make sure every-
body wants to keep mov-
ing."
The council unanimous-
ly voted to authorize Utah
Utilities to complete the ap-


Kyle Wright / News Bulletin
Robby Adams is sworn
in as Laurel Hill's newest
city council member
Thursday night.

plication for a State Revolv-
ing Fund loan. Bolduc said
he hopes the city instead
will receive a Community
Development Block Grant
or similar funding. He said
the loan application is need-
ed so the city can "keep its
place in line" to receive fu-
ture state funding.
Bolduc said the funds are
earmarked for a new tower
'on city property near Elite


Trailers.
The SRF loan would be
on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Bolduc and Dransfield em-
phasized that Thursday's
vote would not require the
city to accept the loan.
"The point is, we want to
keep the opportunity open,"
Bolduc said.
The council also ap-
proved a motion to au-
thorize soil tests at the site
of the future water tower.
Bolduc said the funds will
come from impact fees and
will not affect the city's gen-
eral budget.

Other business
Robby Adams was
sworn in as the council's
newest member prior to
the meeting. Adams will
complete the term of Wan-
da: "Kittie" Adams (no
relation), who resigned
'for health reasons in the
spring.
Adams had a brief hon-
eymoon. He immediately


faced audience questions
about his vision for the
city and the presence of his
name on, a deannexation
petition earlier this year.
Adams has said he
signed the petition because
of tax concerns at the time.
He said only half of his
property is in city limits, but
he faced a full tax bill from
both the city and the county.
He also has emphasized he
and his family have a vest-
ed interest in the future of
Laurel Hill.
"Robby, welcome on
board," Mayor James Dunn
said. "It takes a brave soul to
sit \\here \ou ,are sitting."
.kaloosa County
Boaud of County Commis-
sioners District 1 candidate
Andrew "Andy \Vheeler
introduced himself during
the public comments por-
tion of the meeting.

Post your thoughts on
Laurel Hill city politics at
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and art supplies. Buy a large
storybook suitable for the
whole family. Take turns
reading it after supper each
night after the storm.
Your children might
have some ideas of what
foods should be included
in your storm pantry. (See
"Recipes for Disaster" on
page 3 of the "Are You Pre-
pared" special section in to-


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day's Crestview News Bul-
letin.) Let them help prepare
storm menus and assist you
with shopping for ingredi-
ents.
After the storm, chil-
dren can also assist with
basic food preparation that
doesn't involve the grill or
camp stove.
Our biggest chore after
that blizzard was gathering
buckets of snow, which we
melted by the fireplace and
used for flushing the toi-
let. Your children can help
by fetching water from a
nearby stream, pond or
your swimming pool for the
same use.
Make sure the route to
the water source is safe.
While you're tending
to pressing matters, put the
kids in charge of the pet(s).


This will help them feel they
are contributing to the fam-
ily post-storm effort, will
keep them occupied, and
will free adults and older
kids for heavier tasks.
The family pet may be
confused if familiar land-
marks have become oblit-
erated or altered. Left unat-
tended, Fido or Puff may
even run off.
Put the children in charge
of walking the dog or cat on
its leash (yes, even the cat) to
help your furry companions
refamiliarize themselves
with their usual romping
grounds.'
After the storm, keep
the kids away from dam-
aged areas of the house or
from piles of debris that
could fall on them until an
adult can stabilize it.


Keep them well away
from any downed power
lines.
If you evacuated and
return to find your home
has flooded or been dam-
aged, make sure no snakes
or rodents are inside before
allowing your children in
for the first time.
No matter the dam-
age or devastation, try to
remain calm around your
children. Kids easily pick up
on adults' worries and an\i-
eties. Assure our kids that
everything will work out
fine, and that they can even
help begin to 'put things
right.

Do you have tips for han-
dling children during and after
a storm? Share them at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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Local students take part in OCSO Youth Week


Special to the News Bulletin

More than 90 local stu-
dents interested in the
world .of crime-fighting
took part in an educa-
tional week filled with
fun all supplied by
School Resource Officers
from the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office. One of
the Okaloosa Youth Week
2008 sessions took place at


Davidson Middle School.
Sheriff Charlie Morris
says a record-breaking
number of youngsters
took part.
Okaloosa Youth Week
2008 ended June 20 with
a picnic at Marler Park
on Okaloosa Island. Mor-
ris presented each of the
participants dubbed
"Junior Deputies" with
certificates.


Lizard lounges around


Ryan Jaycocks / Special to the News Bulletin
Ryan says this photo conveys the place in which every lizard
would want to be, especially at night. This guy likes to hang
around in between the window and the screen. If you see a
scene of interest, snap a photo and send it to the Crestview
News Bulletin at kylew@crestviewbulletin.com, or bring it to
our office. We'll run it in the CrestviewNews Bulletin print
edition and at crestviewbulletin.com


New Tom Thumb opens


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
The new Tom Thumb at the corner of U.S. Highway 90 and
Antioch Road west of Crestview celebrated its grand opening
this past Saturday. The event featured discounts on food and
gas and a visit from the Tom Thumb mascot, Turbo Tom.


Students learned vari-
ous crime-scene pro-
cessing and patrol tech-
niques, including how
to do a traffic stop. They
also were given special
demonstrations by the
Sheriff's Office Special
Response Team and K-9
unit, as well as presenta-
tions by local fire depart-
ments, EMS, and the U.S.
Coast Guard.


Hazel Inez James
1929-2008
Hazel James passed away June
23, 2008 in a local nursing home,
leaving behind her husband of 60
years, Darrell S. James; son, Den-
nis W. James; and family here in
Crestview.
The mother of five children,
she was preceded in death by her
oldest son, Timothy A. James.
Surviving children are Tina
James, Shelley Bailey, Dawn
James and granddaughter Kym
Wraight, who live in various parts
of the United States.
Special thanks and apprecia-
tion go to the staff of Silvercrest
Manor for their support and
loving care, and to Dr. Lee Thig-
pen and other medical persons
for overseeing her care. Special
thanks to Ms. Sandra Tingle and
her staff at Carlington Manor.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guestbook for Hazel
James online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.

Theodore R.
Tomlinson Jr.
Theodore R. Tomlinson Jr., age
72, of Baker, passed away Monday,
June 23,2008 at home. He was born
September 3, 1935 in Excel, Ala.,
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sergeant with the United States
Air Force, a member of St. Mark
United Methodist Church, a Ma-
son, Okaloosa Lodge #312 F&AM,
the Order of the Eastern Star, York
Rite Bodies and GWRRA.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Sylvia Tomlinson; par-
ents, Theodore and Gladys Tom-
linson; brother, John Tomlinson.
Survivors include his wife,
Katie G. Tomlinson of Baker; one
son, James Michael Tomlinson;
one daughter, Katie I. and Dale
Robinson, all of Crestview; five
grandchildren, Virginia M. Ryals
of Andersonville, Ga., Sara A. La-
Roche of Crestview, Christopher
Robinson of Oklahoma, Dale Jo-
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T. Robinson, both of Crestview;
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Operations, Crestview, presents Jim Whitaker (left), owner of
WJSB-AM and WAAZ-FM, and Cal Zethmayr (right), with the
Covenant Hospice Media Society award for 2008.

WJSB and WAAZ inducted into

Covenant Hospice Media Society


Special to the News Bulletin

WJSB-AM and WAAZ-
FM recently were in-
ducted into the Covenant
Hospice Media Society. A
plaque was given to Jim
Whitaker, the owner of
WJSB and WAAZ, by Pat
Dingess, Covenant Hos-
pice's Director of Branch
Operations, Crestview, in
recognition of this honor.
"The Covenant Hos-
pice Media Society is a
group of media outlets
who have gone above
and beyond in support-
ing the special events,
programs, and more im-
portantly, the mission of
Covenant Hospice. WJSB
and WAAZ have been
chosen to receive this


honor because of their
longstanding support of
the work that we do,"
said Dingess.


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ew, Lt. John Mitchell Tomlinson of
Navarre, and niece, Lisa Tomlin-
son of Japan; brothers-in-law and
sisters-in-law, James and Sharon
Everett, and Ralph and Norma
Everett.
Funeral services were held at
10 a.m. Friday, June 27 in the cha-
pel of Brackney Funeral Service
with Pastor Charles Avery officiat-
ing. Burial followed at 12:30 p.m.
at Barrancas National Cemetery
with military honors.
The family received friends
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
funeral home.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of ar-
rangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance or
view the guestbook for Theodore
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Law Form 12.915.) Fu- LEGAL # 12
ture papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the ad- IN THE I
dress on record at the COURT OF
clerk's office. JUDICIAL C
WARNING: Rule FLORIDA
12.285 Florida Family FOR OKA
Law Rules of Procedure, COUNT
requires certain auto- NO.2007C
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information. REGIONS BA
Failure to comply can re- Plaintiff,
suit in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking vs.
of pleadings.
JENNIFER P.
Don W. Howard et al.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Defendants.
COURT
By: Kitty Sims NOTICE IS
Deputy Clerk GIVEN pursue
Dated: May 28, 2008. nal Judgmen


05/31/2008
06/07/2008
06/14/2008
06/21/2008


LEGAL # 120053
NOTICE OF SALE
Surplus Property
The City of Creslview 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
2000 Pontiac Firebird


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
The City of Laurel Hill ad- an action has been filed 1995 Pontiac
here fo the Americans against you and that you
with Disabilities Act and are required to serve a Water Meters
will make reasonable copy of your written de-
modifications for access senses, iF any, to it on Various Saws and Weed
to this meeting upon re- Iname of Petitioner) Eliza- eaters.
quest. Please call the City beth L. Stephens whose
Clerk, Barbara Foley at address is 1601 N. Pearl Bidders can view these
850-652-4441 to make St. Crestview, Fl 32536 items at the Department
a request. Requests must on or before (date) July of Public Services located
be received al least 48 2, 2008, and file the at 715 N. Ferdon Blvd.
hours in advance of the original with the clerk of Beginning Monday July
meeting in order to allow this Court at (clerk's ad- 7, 2008 through Friday
the City time to provide dress) Okaloosa County July11, 2008 rom 7:00
requested service. Courthouse, 101 E. A.M. until 4:00 P.M.
Barbara Foley James Lee Blvd. Crest- All bids must be submit-
City Clerk view, FL, 32536, before ted by noon on or before
850-652-4441 service on Petitioner or Friday July 11, 2008.
immediately thereafter. If Bids will be opened and
06/28/08 you fail to do so, a tabulated in City Council
default my be en- Chambers at 3 PM. Fri-
tered against you day July 11, 2008. All
for the relief de- Sales are final and items
LEGAL # 120010 manded in the peti- will be sold, AS IS no
tion. warranty written or im-
NOTICE OF SALE Copies of all court docu- plied. Bid Sheets are
ments in this case, includ- available at the city main-
In accordance with Flor- ing orders, are available tenance shop and only
ida Statutes, Dansher at the Clerk of the Circuit these bid sheets will be
Mini Warehouses, lo- Court's office. You may Accepted. Bids can be
cated at 1110 N. Ferdon review these documents mailed or hand delivered
Blvd., in Crestview, Flor- upon request, to the City of Crestview,
ida will offer for sale to You must keep the Clerk Office of the Cit Clerk
the highest bidder the of the Circuit Court's of- P.O. Box 1209 Crest-
houseNold and other fice notified of your cur-' view Florida 32536
goods stored in the be- rent address. (You may
ow listed units of file Notice of Current Ad- 06/18/2008
Dansher Mini Ware- dress, Florida Supreme 06/21/2008
houses. Said goods are Court Approved Family 06/25/2008
06/28/2008


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Case
2007CA005:
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County, Florid
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0055 GRANTEES, ASSIGN- TlION 31 T,''vNSHlP.
EES, LIENORS CREDI- NORTH, RANGE 28
CIRCUITT TORS, TRUSTEES AND WEST, OKALOOSA
THE FIRST ALL OTHER PARTIES COUNTY, -ACCORDING
IRCUIT OF CLAIMING AN INTER- TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
IN AND EST BY, THROUGH, UN- AS RECORDED IN PLAT
LOOSA DER OR AGAINST JEN- BOOK 13 PAGE 78
CASE NIFER P. MINERVINE; AND 79, 6F THE PUB-
A005549C NICHOLAS I. MINER- LIC RECORDS OF
VINE, IF LIVING, AND IF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
NK, DEAD, THE UNKNOWN FLORIDA.
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- Any person claiming an
SEES, GRANTEES, AS- interest in the surplus
SIGNEES LIENORS from the sale, if any,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES other than the property
MINERVINE AND ALL OTHER PAR- owner as of the daoe ,of
TIES CLAIMING AN IN- the lis pendens must file a
TEREST BY, THROUGH claim within 0 days after
UNDER OR AGAINST the sale.
HEREBY NICHOLAS I. MINER-
ant to a Fi- VINE are the Defendants. DON W. HOWARD
of Foreclo- I will sell to the highest As Clerk of the Court
June 13, and best bidder for cash By: K. Bouhall
entered in at Okaloosa County As Deputy Clerk
No Courthouse South front
549C, of door, 101 E. James Lee IMPORTANT
"ourt of the Blvd., Crestview, FL; at In accordance with the
Circuit in 11:00 A.M. on July 14, Americans with Disabili-
Okaloosa 2008, the following de- ties Act, persons needing
da wherein scribed property as set a reasonable accommo-
ANK is a forth in said Final Judg- dation to participate 'in
JENNI'IFER P ment, to wit: this proceeding should
IF LIVING' LOT 47, 4TH ADDITION no later than seven 7
D, THE UN- TO COUNTRYWIDE ES- days prior, contact the
SPOUSE STATES, A SUBDIVISION Clerk of the Court's disa-
DEVISEES, OF A PORTION OF SEC- ability coordinator at


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32579. IF HEARING IM-
PAIRED CONTACT
STDD18609558771 VIA
lorida Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300 Fort Lauderdale,
Florida 33312 Tele-
phone: (305)7704100
ax: (305653-2329
06/21/2008
06/28/2008


I 1120
The Crestview Housing
Authority will be taking
Sealed Bids on the fol-
lowing equipment:
12ft. X 6ft. Flat Bed
Trailer (needs tires &
tongue work)
Kubota B7100 Trac-
tor 4 W.D. Hydra Stat
Transmission With 60"
Deck (needs motor work)
John Deere F935
Tractor (Front deck
needs work)
Bids must be in a sealed
envelope with bidders
name, address & phone
number included. Bids
will be received at the
main office until 5:00
p.m. on July 3, 2008.
For more information
please contact Sam
Brunson at 682-2413 or
come by our location at
371 W. Hickory Avenue,
Crestview FL 32536.




Welcome Home
at Last!!!









Emily Bishop
Steinmeier
Born 5-27-08
51bs, 13oz.
18 inches
Love,
Your Family





lost Dachshund brown,
answers to Charlie. Last
seen on Pecan Lane in
Holt. Belongs to a loving
family that misses him.
Please call if you have
seen him. REWARD.
537-9817 or 902-3218

HNEW iDJAV

Small Terrior, black &
white about 1ff tall with
sharp ears. Likes to bark
last seen on Lonnie Jack
St. (north Crestview) If
found call 682-3166
REWARD







PETS & ANIMALS
2100 Pel :
2110 F Pels. Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



CKC Jack Russell pups
$275. current shots &
worm treatments, 12
weeks old. Call
683-1586 or 225-8248

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HEWt rOIAY
Black Lab w/white feet
appro, 2.5 .: old C.'."
-er.i on all :h..i.: |t./ed
also). She has a tracking
chip incase of loss, an in-
door dog who loves chil-
dren. G'eat companion
for an elderly personal
Call 685-9765


I MERCHANDISE
3100 -Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Crestview
Multi
+1 Family Yard
Sale
Sat. 7-?
1225 Gabrielle Dr


S 3280
Carrier 2 ton
Heat Pump
Condenser
$400
Call 850-305-6739 or
850-305-8035



Electric
Wheelchair and
Lift
JAZZY 113 ATS and
BRUNO swing car lift,
18 m old, used twice,
$6000+1 value, $1800.
850426-8414



48" Above
Ground Pool
with accessories, very
qood cond. $100.
758-5724 after 3pm
Adult Antique Tricycle for
sale. Excellent condition
(restored) $200. OBO
Call 902-0499
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 springs and mat-
tress. Good shape, $75
OBO.Vanity, $30 OBO.
428-1867


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Companies in Okaloosa
County are aggressive
seeking people with all
levels of experience for
jobs in the automotive
service & repair business.


Commercial Space 798-
A&B S. Main St.
682-2735
Crestview
Office Space
Five offices now availa-
ble in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in-


These employers will cludes utilities, common
never know who you are area and maintenance.
what skills you have and 682-0791
your desire to work for
one of these companies, For Lease, All newly re-
until you let them know modeled Commercial
who you are. We can Space. 294 N. Main St.
helpl Great Locationl
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Drum set, Black (no sym-
bols) $200., Bongos;
Maroon $300., MD Insurance
1888 Keyboard $250.
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Liberty
Insurance
$100,OOC
Backyard Earning Pc
Benefits, F
Nursery BCBS Insu
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each month through
October 8am-2pm.
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perennials. Go to Logistics/T
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4110- Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment .
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Preschool
Director
Director's credential and
exp. req'd. E-mail:
parlang@cox.net
Sales/Automotive
Sales People
Wanted Team layers
to sell cars at Gary
Smith Honda Used Car
Lot on Beal Pkwy.
Need to be dependa-
ble & hard working
people. Great hours,
great reputation in the
community. ARppl in
Person 14 Beal Pkwy,
Suite E See Al or Brian
Web ID
#27810435
Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
Now accepting applica-
tions for welding posi-
tions. Apply in person at
3741 New Ebeneezer
Rd in Laurel Hill FL Drug
free workplace EOE
Experienced Flooring In-
staller needed for tocal
company. Must have two
rs. or more exp. with all
pes of flooring (carpet,
tile wood & vinyl). Crimi-
nal background check &
drug test required. Send
letter of interest, Contact
info., Experience to: ESF
Department IA P.O. Box
641 Crestview FL
32539-0641.
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6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
8140 House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted
6160- Rooms tor Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals




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Crestview- 1 br apt,
698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletely furnished, utilities
incl. No pets. $650mo
682-3166

Crestview- 2 br 1 ba,
$650/mo + $650 dep.
No petsl Avail now 850
398-5757 or 420-1517


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Crestview 303 & 307
Purl Adams 2br, 1 /2ba,
W/D. $753/mo + dep.
Avail now 5434742
Crestview Townhouse,
3 BR, 2.5 BA, 1500sf,
$950/mo, pts OK,
850-398-331 1




1 brand new 3 bd. 2
ba home for rent.
Walker School District,
Yard care included.
$850. mo + $850. DD
No pets Call 682-5588

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.
Read July 1 Call
603-0414
Crestview 3 Br 2 ba
newly remodeled, sets on
1 acre lot in a country
Suit neighborhood.
$850. mos + $850. dd
Call 682-1265
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
2 CG. Brand new, Ig
fenced yard/ covered
porch. Pets OK. $1100
+ DD. 850-6834104


$850. modeposit re-
4uired. 537-2960 or
830-7944
Crestview house for
rent. 5 br, 2 ba brick
house, new remodeled,
hardwood/tile, very spa-
cious large kitchen
$1 ld0mo/$1100dep.
Pets neg. Call 902-1299
Crestview- S. of 1-10
beautiful spacious 2200
sf brick j2ouse, 4 br, 2V2
ba, 2 cg, big FL room.
Smoke free, no' pets.
S1150/mo+dd. Call
6824699 or 398-1652


HEW ITOAV
Crestview, 3br, 2ba,
1cg, S. of 1-10, conven-
Jent to base. $895/mo +
$895dd. Call 217-7344

Janet
Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Crestview
* 116 Hampton Dr
2 br, 1 /2 ba, $550
216 Virginia St.
2 br, 1 Ba, $650
6020 Gagnon Rd -
3 bd/2 ba; $695
1704 1st Ave.
3 br, 1 V2 ba $700
6451 Moonlight Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $895
651 Panama Dr-
4 bd/2 ba; $895
0 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 br 2 ba $950
6458 Moonlight Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $995
460 Jillian Dr -
4 bd/2 ba; $1050
S6462 Moon eight Lane -
3 bd/2 ba; $1150
5963 Linene Dr
3br 2ba, $1150
5452 E. Brooks Dr
3 br, 2 ba, $1200
S211 Raptor rr-
4 bd/2 ha; $1200
493 Jillian Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1250


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682-1800


Crestview- OIIare fully
furn 2 br, 2 ba house
$100/wk or $400/mo.
incl. utils. Call 543-6478


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Baker Furnished room includes
* 5760 Monroe St 3 all utilities. Background
bd/2 ba; $800 check & lease required.
* 1112 Country Living $500. mo. call
Rd- 3 bd/2 ba; $950 682-3454
Crestview
* 116 Hampton Dr 2
bd/1 ba; $550
* 216 Virinia St 2 Roommate to share
bd/1 ba; $"50 3br 2ba, brick house
6020 Gaonon Rd 3 $4O0mo includes all utili-
bd/2 ba; $695 ties/ cable. Call
* 1704 1st Ave 3 682-7869
bd/1.5 ba; $700
* 6451 Moonlight Ln 3
bd/2 ba; $895
* 651 Panama Dr 4
* 6458 Moonlight Ln 3 6170
bd/2 bao $995
o 460 Jillian Dr 4 bd/2
ba; $1050 flf
* 5963 Linene Dr 3 l
bd/2.5 ba; $1150 N
6462 Moonli ht Ln -3
bd/ 2 a;$11 Ln 3 3 BR 2 BA trailer for
, 5442 E Brook Dr 4 rent 6238 Old River Rd,
bd/ 2 ba; $1200 Baker, FL $650 month
* 211 Raptor Dr 4 bd/ No pets 850 225-3204
2 ba; $1200
* 493 Jillian Dr 4 bd/2
ba; $1250 2br, lba MH. in north
Crestview clean, large
yard $600/mo.
Teel & Waters 682-0470 Call on. thruI
Thur. after 5pm. Fri &
eal Estae at, call anytime.


KRENTALSI
682-6156
S204 Booker St.
500 2 br 1 ba
227 Walker Circle
$700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
' 2520 Sunset Dr
;800 3 br, 1i/2 ba, 1 cg
60J 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.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


NEW T OOA
Baker, 3br, 2ba, on 40
acres. Stables on
property. Call 240-0083

Crestview- 2br 1
1/2 BA, no smoking no
pets, large fenced lot.
$600.mo + dd.
682-6868

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

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

Crestview; 3br, 2ba,
double wide. Large yard
$700/mo. Call
543-6478


PK188-
PK188 '06 Toyota


Sequoia SR5


$21,995


DT8505A


'03 Ford
F-250


$14,995


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'07

Mazda 6


$15,995


1 6170
Holt 2 br, 1 ba MH
$500 mo+dep. & ref.
Section 8 accepted
850-499-741 2
850-537-6222


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



Crestview 3BR 2 BA
Brand new, appraised at
$165,000. sell for
$139,000. appliances
incl. call 682-5588
Crestview
3bd 2ba 2014 SF Royal
Oak Sub. Div. 4601 0'
Hara Court. Live Oak
Church Rd. to Scarlett Dr.
East. 682-1416 or
682-4034.


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house





2 st
2150
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sepa
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whirl
rate
bath.
terfr<
Price
duce
Call
685-


'07

Chrysler 300


$18,995


Naylor Realty Ford Mustang
Affordable Housing 2003
DeFuniakSpringsUSA.com White with arey interior
95K miles. Great condi-
tion. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
I240-4145
I 7150


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


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


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





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


[i 8120

Chevrolet Tahoe 2005
55 500 miles $20,000.
Call 850-622-0270





Chevy 510 1988 2.5
liter 5 speed Needs
brakes. $500. 6BO Call
682-7481 leave message



HNEW jOAY

Great Truck
Ford F-150 Supercab '97
Cold air, bed cover, tool
box, third door, new
tires/brakes, runs great.
must sell. asking $4000.
call for more info
850-3684614


vidual wants to bu
e for investment. Call
651-0987 1996 XL Bay boat. Ex.
AUTOMOlV MARINE Cond. Inboard motor. 8
RECREATIONAL passenger .$5000.
8100 Antique & Collectibles 902-2703 or 758-9859
8110 Cars
":" 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
Navarre ~ 8130 Trucks
ot4, 4 br, 2Y2 ba, 814-Vans
r0s home on large 8150-Commercial
as home on large 8160- Motorcycles 8320 -
ral lot. 9' ceilings, 8170- Auto Prts .
rate living & dining & Accessories
is, eat-in kitchen. Lg. 8210 Boats 2008 Yamaha
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NASCAR continued from 10


Courtesy NASCAR
Martin Truex (right) with Kevin Manion at a May
Nextel Cup race.


Even though Truex has
enjoyed a great deal of
success at the track dating
back to his years racing in
the Busch North Series, his
crew chief Kevin 'Bono'
Manion and the rest of his
DEI crew.
"Right now we would
take a win anywhere, ob-


viously. But New Hamp-
shire is a cool place for all
of us to go," said Truex. "A
bunch of the guys on the
team raced modified and
things like that up there
for a long time and Bono's
from up in Massachusetts.
So a win would be spe-
cial."


Four teens arrested after vandalism at RMS


From staff reports

The Crestview Police
Department has arrested
four teenagers in con-
nection with vandalism
committed at Richbourg
Middle School on May
18.
The damage included
garbage strewn around
the front entrance to
the school, three gar-
bage cans that had been
hurled onto the roof, one
garbage can tossed into
the satellite dish, and
signage ripped from re-
strooms and two class-
rooms.
The bars that secure
the school's gate were
also missing. Further
investigation revealed
damage to a drinking
fountain as well.
The school's resource
officer, Okaloosa County
Deputy Marney Hudson


North Okaloosa


WEEK IN REVIEW


was able to identify one
of the boys seen in the
security video, and from
him, obtained the names
of the other boys, some
of whom apparently at-
tend Crestview High
School.
Damage was esti-
mated about $500. The
boys were charged with
criminal mischief and
trespassing on school
grounds.

Bank robbery suspect
is from Crestview
NICEVILLE Law-
men arrested a suspected
bank robber in front of


Po' Folks on June 19 after
they say he robbed the
Vanguard Bank in Sand-
estin.
Nathan Levi Reddick,
23, of the Crestview area,
is charged with armed
robbery. He is being held
at the Okaloosa County
Jail pending his first ap-
pearance.
Sheriff's deputies from
Walton and Okaloosa
counties joined Niceville
police in arresting Red-
dick at about 3:20 p.m.
in the parking lot near K-
Mart.
He had a gun, investi-
gators say. They found his
money bag at the scene.


Mobile home
lost in Tuesday fire
Firefighters from four
departments in north Oka-
loosa County responded
to a mobile home fire at 5
a.m. Tuesday. '
The home, on. Bone
Creek Road, could not be
saved. It was fully involved
by the time firefighters ar-
rived on the scene)
No one was home at the
time of the fire.
Holt Volunteer Fire De-
partment responded, along
with firefighters from
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment, Harold Fire Depart-
ment and Baker Volunteer
Fire Department.
The state Fire Marshal
was called to investigate
the cause of the fire.

Read more on all of these
stories at crestviewbulletin.
com.


REPORT continued from 1


Money matters
Massey said Bob Sikes
Elementary responded to
the county-wide school
budget crunch by restruc-
turing multiple positions.
Lunchroom monitor po-
sitions were reduced. The
school is "moving away"


thing is focus on instruc-
tion in the areas where the
school needs help the most
and pinpoint how we can
improve."
Massey does have a facil-
ity "wish list" but acknowl-
edges that, process will be
gradual.


from a guidance position, Summer message
but will have a resource
teacher to offset the loss. "One of my main focus-
Some faculty, including es is to increase parental in-
music and art teachers, will volvement," Massey said.
work a reduced number of "Schools that are most suc-
hours. cessful have a great deal of
"Some positions we parent volunteers in classes
were not able to hold on to," and in the school. We ap-
Massey said. "Our hands predate the ones who al-
are tied as far as student- ready are helping, but we
teacher ratio. Like most want to push for more.
schools, we're trying to get "I also want everyone to
down to bare bones neces- know my door is open for'
sities." you to come in and have a
chat. Come in, get to know
Academic emphasis us, and if you have any
Massey said he spent con- concerns or complaints,
siderable time this. month give us a call or come in
poring over the school's and let us know. We want
FCAT results from the past to be a community school
school year. that meets the needs 'of
"We want to equate ev- the community and fulfills
erything backto th stu-' the ctonimumi) y' expecta-
dents," he said. "The main tions."


hat's .


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From staff reports


TODAY
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Today, 8
a.m. Volunteers for Nokuse
section trail maintenance.
Details 862-1903; 8 a.m.
canoe/kayak trip. Details
(850) 474-5359.
For more on any of
the group's activities visit
http://westgate.floridatrail.
org online.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Todayat10 a.m.
at New Beginnings Church
in Crestview (412 W. James
Lee Blvd.). It will last until
the monthly food allowance
has been given out. Details:
Jimmy Smith, 689-2988. New
Beginnings Church is an
equal opportunity provider.
NWFL BLOOD
CENTER DRIVES:
American Legion Post #75
will host a blood drive


today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Coffee and doughnuts will
be provided. All donors
must show a picture I.D.

MISCELLANEOUS
OHV LAW TAKES
EFFECT JULY 1: A new
state law that takes effect
July 1 requires anyone
under 16 who operates
an off-highway vehicle
(OHV) on public lands to
complete an approved OHV
safety course in Florida or
another jurisdiction, and
have the certificate in their
possession.
In 2006, there were 555
fatalities in the United States,
from ATV riding alone.
The number of fatalities of
children under the age of 16
was 111 (20 percent).
The law was passed by
the Florida Legislature in
2007, but it gave young
riders a year -to get into
compliance with the training


requirement.
Details online at www.
FloridaOHV.org.
LAW LIBRARY BOARD
MEETING JULY 1: The
Honorable G. Robert Barron,
Law Library Chairman, has
scheduled a board meeting
Monday at noon. This public
meeting will be held in
Judge Barron's Chambers
at the Shalimar Courthouse
Annex.

BAKER/CRESTVIEW
TWO VOLUNTEER
POSITIONS OPEN: The
Covenant Hospice branch,
office in Crestview is seeking
to fill a patient and family
volunteer position and an
11t-hour volunteer position.
The first position provides
respite care to patient's
families, and to provide
companionship to patients.
The 11h-hour volunteer visits
with patients who are on the
final journey.
Even if you only have a
little time to give, you can
make a difference. Training
is provided for the two
volunteer positions. To
register for training or to
learn more, please call Jodie
Williams at 682-3628. -
INSPECTION


CUTOFF APPROACHES:
Homeowners across north
Florida are urged to sign
up for the free windstorm
inspections before the state
reaches its goal of 400,000 free
inspections. Residents have
been signing up at more than
1,000 per day.
The My Safe Florida
Home Program is giving
way 400,000 free windstorm
inspections funded by
the Florida Legislature- to
people who own Florida
single family homes.
Sign up by calling
Panhandle Windstorm
Inspections (PWI) toll free
at (877) 536-0630 or visit
www.panhandlewindstorm.
corn and complete an on-
line application. PWI is
an authorized inspection
company in North Florida
with the My Safe Florida
Home program.
QUIT SMOKING
NOW: The Florida Area
Health Education Centers
Network is offering
cessation classes at a wide
variety of locations. AHEC
cessation counselors also
refer smokers interested in
quitting to Quitline (1-877-
U-CAN-NOW).
For details, '-onta'd
Susan Cook at b82-2552.


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SPO R TS............... .....


SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2008


Wet n Wild Family
Day at Foxwood
Foxwood Country
Club will host a Wet n
Wild Family Day July 4
from 10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Cool off in the pool or
aqua tunnel. Enjoy ham-
burgers, hotdogs, snow
cones and cold drinks.

Fishing Camp
The Crestview Parks
and Recreation Depart-
ment will be conducting a
fishing camp July 7-11 from
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily.
The camp again will
be led by Crestview High
School Outdoor Education
teacher Ernie Martin and is
open for children between
the ages of 5 and 12. Chil-
dren under age nine must
be accompanied by a par-
ent.
Cost of the camp is $30.
The camp is limited to the
first 20 kids who should
bring their own cane pole
and come prepared to
catch some fish.

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 football and
cheerleading
CAYA football and
cheerleading registration
will continue each Satur-
day 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: ContactCA-
YA@gmail.com

Benefit Softball
tournament
Church and class D/E
teams are invited to par-
ticipate in the Give Me
Shelter Ministries Benefit
tournament on July 12 at
the Fort Walton Beach Fair-
grounds.
Entry fee for the double
elimination tournament is
- 1-5 -
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 award-
ed
To register by e-mail go
to info@GiveMeShelter-
Ministries.org or call Ken-
nyPhillips at 496-7398.
Entry deadline is 5 p.m.
on July 9.

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.oltuiteers are needed
to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloo-sai
S*YMCA. If \ on ha\e a ser-
vice to offer, time to vol-


unteer, or would like ad-
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682-8635.


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CHS grad Matt
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Sometime this morning Matt
Sanders will finish packing his
truck and head north for his new
home in South Carolina.
After months of waiting it's
time for the former Crestview
lineman to embark on his college
football career at Clemson.
Even at 6-foot-5 and 295
pounds, Sanders admits the un-
certainty of being away from
home for a long time is a little in-
timidating.
"I'm nervous," he said. "I
haven't been away from home
that long.
"I went to camp when I was a
little kid for two or three days. But
this is going to be a whole new
experience being gone six months
or seven months at a time."
Sanders will arrive on the
Clemson campus in time for the
second session of summer school
that starts Wednesday.
"They want me to get up there
and leam the (offensive) scheme
they run," he said. "The spread
and shotgun they run is so com-
plicated.
"It's stuff .that if you don't get
inthere early you won't learn itby
the time the season rolls around.
If you have aspiration of getting
any playing time your freshman
year you've got to get up there
and learn and study. It's not just
school you have to study it's
football, too."
Like most teams, Clemson is
careful about sending playbooks
to incoming players for fear those
plays might fall into the wrong
hands. Sanders did see the Tiger
offense during his recruiting visit
and when he went to campus
during spring practice.
"When I went up this spring
I got to sit in on some meetings
with the offensive line, and I got
to learn some stuff," he said. "I
was there two days and I learned
a lot of things.
"And I learned that I have a lot
to leam."
That shouldn't be too difficult
for Sanders, who carried a 4.4
weighted GPA in high school.
He also should benefit from
being around his new roommate,
who although not an offensive
lineman, comes from a pretty
good football background.
Sanders will be rooming with
freshman quarterback Jon Richt,
son of Georgia head football
coach Mark Richt. Football aside,
Sanders is happy to be rooming
with the younger Richt because
they both are strong Christians.
"It helps a lot to have some-
one with a similar value system,"
Sanders said. "Sometimes you
get thrown into a situation where
you don't know the guy, and they
are a lot different than you.
"Jon seems to be the right kind
of guy and seems to be more like
than me than most people. That
will help a lot. We can help each
other."
Sanders has been working
hard to increase his speed and
strength. He now bench presses
an impressive 375 pounds, but
for the first time in his life he'll be
surrounded by bigger, stronger
linemen.
He also will have to adjust to
the speed of the college game.


Sanders heads to Clemson today


Randy Dickson /Cre-r.i-i. New-. Bulletin
Future Clemson Tiger Matt Sanders sports a
Clemson t-shirt and hat.


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletn
Recent Crestview High School graduate Matt Sanders works out
in the CHS weight room during his last week in the Hub City before
heading to join the Clemson football program.


"It will be more (speed) than
anything I've handled," he said.
"They are going to be fast I al-
ready know that.
"I've watched them in prac-
tice. It's going to be tough while
I'm getting used to it."
On top of everything else,
Sanders probably will move to
center, a position he didn't play
in high school.
"They are talking about me
being a center a lot," he said. "I've
been working on snapping the
ball pretty hard with my dad.
"The shotgun snap is some-
thing you have to practice ev-
ery day. You've got to know
what you're doing. And it's
totally different when you
have a 350-pound lineman
standing over you that runs


the 40 in 4.7 or 4.8."
Sanders believes all of those
things will make him a better
player in the long run.
"I see it as a challenge," he
said. "I get to go up there and
work against some better com-
petition.
"The ACC is one of the best
conferences in he nation. The
way I look I at it is I get to go up
there and test my skills and see
how good I really am."
His immediate goals?
"I just want to be able to play
this year," Sanders said. "Not
necessarily to start, but to get\
some playing time.
"I just want to get better as I
go out there and practice every
day, and have fun playing col-
lege football."


Truex looking

for magic in

New Hampshire

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

History at the 'Magic
Mile' in New Hampshire
could play into the favor
or Martin Truex, Jr., who
is trying to focus on mak-
ing the Chase for the Cup
more than his contract is-
sues.
Truex, who has posted
back to back top five finish-
es at the track in Loudon,
N.H., hopes to gain some
momentum and make the
Chase for the second con-
secutive year.
"We're definitely look-
ing forward to going back
to New Hampshire," said
Truex. "It's always been a
good track for me. From
back in my Busch series
days, I won a Busch race
there. And we've always
run well in the Cup Series.
"We had a great car
there last year for both rac-
es. I had a shot at winning
the first one, led some laps
and came up a little shot
at the end. But I am defi-
nitely looking forward to
going back there this year
and trying to get on a roll
here."
The game for Truex and
other drivers out of the Top
12 in points is making up
ground to erase the deficit
ahead of them.
Truex is 17th in driver
points and just 107 mark-
ers behind that crucial 12th
spot in the points.
"You know for us we
need to be aggressive,"
said Truex. We need to get
all we can. "You know, we
really dug ourselves a hole
up until this point. We had
a lot of good runs the ear-
ly part of the season that
slipped away for whatever
reason.
"We had a lot of bad
luck. We made some mis-
takes. We had some prob-
lems with our cars as far as
engine failures and things
of that nature. So we really
dug ourselves a pretty big
hole that I don't feel like as
a race team we should be
in."
Another spot many
don't feel like Truex should
be in is the uncertainty
about his future with Dale
Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI).
Talk around the garage
area is quick to include the
native of New Jersey when
it comes to any open seat
in the series.
"Right now we are
working hard with DEI to
put some things together
for next year," said Truex.
"Really it's just taken a lit-
tle bit longer than expected
from both of us, on my side
and DEI's side.
"We're just trying to get
through the details. Tior
me, it's just trying to get
comfortable and be com-
fortable in the position I'm
in, what they're doing and
the direction they're head-
ed for the future, so I can
make sure that we can be
together for a long time."
Truex did not have a
time table for this decision
since NASCAR's Silly Sea-
son got underway a little
earlier than normal this
year.
"No, but were workifig
on it every day, really, so
just as soon as we can get it
all ironed out," said Truex.


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