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IN THIS ISSUE

North County AA6
marks July 4


Local military
Honors


WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 2008

Today's Forecast
,"-, 86 High 71 Low


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

motorcycles as
a fuel-efficient
alternative to four-
wheeled vehicles, the num-
ber of motorcycle accidents
has increased.
Recent high-profile ac-
cidents claimed the lives of
prominent local businessmen
Mike Josey and David Ring,


MOTORCYCLE SAFETY
For more information about safely riding your motorcycle,
Crestview Police Lt. Kent Buckner advises visiting www.nhtsa.gov/
planners/ShareTheRoad2008/index.cfm.


drawing attention to the haz-
ards associated with motor-
cycle use.
These tragedies under-
score the importance of
knowing how to share the
road with motorcyclists.


"With fuel prizes rising
at the rapid price that they
are, you're going to see a lot
more motorcycles and scoot-
ers on the road," Crestview
See SAFETY A9


Carver Hill program spreads the joy


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

From all directions
they came, clutching
books in eager anticipa-
tion.
Each Tuesday morn-
jing since June 17, nearly
two dozen kids from the
neighborhoods around
Carver Hill School gath-
ered in the former cafete-
ria for a couple hours of
summer fun with books.
Spearheaded by City
Council President Lil-
lie Conyers, the Carver
Hill Summer Reading
Program is a weekly out-
reach presented by the
Crestview Public Library.
"Ms. Conyers wanted

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Children clap along with music to kick off their morning
at the Carver Hill summer reading program. Program
volunteer Bay McDonald and City Council President Lillie
Conyers gave a helping.hand to the youngest in the group.

to offer the children in reading program simi-
this area the opportu- lar to the one we offer in
nity to enjoy the summer the library," explained


COMMUNITY NEWS........... A2
EDITORIAL ........... . . . . A8
OBITUARIES .... .. ........ A5


of reading
Library Director Jean
Lewis. "Most of these
children cannot get to the
library during the hours
that our programs are of-
fered."
Tuesday morning, fol-
lowing a group "Good
Morning" song, neigh-
borhood volunteers Toni
Taylor and Bay McDon-
ald rounded up a gig-
gling, excited group of
eager 4- to 8-year-olds.
The women led the
kids through a new
"Head, Shoulders, Knees
and Toes" song before
everyone settled down
for the reading of a chil-
dren's book.
See BOOKS A7


CPD recounts



an explosive



area incident

'Mentally incompetent' man took
training grenades into Hooters


7Brian Hughes
,Crestview News Bulletin

A potentially explosive
situation was averted June
26 when members of the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment Street Crimes Unit
apprehended a man who
took a pair of training
hand grenades and a Sam-
urai-style "katana" sword
into the local Hooters res-
taurant.
"It was called in as a
suspicious person," said
unit commander Lt. Jo-
seph Floyd. "When we got


there, witnesses said he
had grenades in his hands
and was walking in and
out of the restaurant."
According to the, CPD
incident report, the man
stated on more than one
occasion that he was 'go-
ing to call the chief of po-
lice in Israel and have him
come blow up Crestview.'
"Fortunately, when we
got to the scene, we deter-
mined that the grenades
were training grenades,"
Floyd said.

See EXPLOSIVE A9


.Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Weapons including these training grenades and a Samurai
sword were carried into Hooters restaurant in Crestview.



Eight local schools


earn 'A' grades


Crestview News Bulletin
Eight north Okaloosa
County schools received
'A' grades for the 2007-08
school year, according to
the school grades released,
Tuesday on the Florida
Department of Education
Web site.
Laurel Hill School and
Crestview High School im-
proved from 'B' grades to


'A' grades.
Bob Sikes Elementary
dropped from an 'A' to a
'B'. Northwood Elemen-
tary dropped from an 'A'
to a 'C'.
Schools with 'A' and 'B'
grades are considered to be
high-performing.

'Read more at crestviewbul-
letin.com and in today's North-
west Florida Daily News.


K-12 Schools
Baker School
Laurel Hill School
Elementary Schools
Antioch Elementary
Bob Sikes Elementary
Northwood Elementary
Southside Elementary
Walker Elementary
Middle Schools
Davidson Middle
Richbourg Middle
High School,
Crestview High


SPORTS .................. B1
BUSINESS ............. B4-B6
CLASSIFIEDS .............. B7-B8


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Ann Spann / Lrestview iews.Buletnn
This memorial at the corner of Commerce Drive and North Ferdon Boulevard pays tribute to Mike
Josey, a local businessman who died in a motorcycle accident earlier this year:


on two wheels


Local motorcycle enthusiasts offer advice


NORTH COUNTY SCHOOL GRADES
2008 2007 2006


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Crestview News Bulletin

Cars and specta-
tors lined the streets in
and around Old Span-
ish Trail Park to view the
city of Crestview's an-
nual fireworks display on
July 4.
Attendees could enjoy
entertainment, a train ride


and a giant slide earlier in
the day. Pat Lawson and
local singer Ashley Rich-
ards performed before the
fireworks went off.
In Laurel Hill, the Rog-
ers family's annual July 4
picnic brought more than
50 friends and relatives
to the home of Karen and
Chris Wooten on Saturday.


As kids splashed in the
pool and the water slide,
the older folks caught up
on family stories.
Everyone feasted on
a bounty of fried catfish,
hot dogs, hamburgers,
and sides too numerous
to mention. Come dessert
time, the table was heavily
laden with homemade ice


cream, cakes, cookies and
fudge.

Visit the "Passing Shots"
blog at crestviewbulletin.
corn to find out why News
Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright
thinks there are too many
trees in Crestview and why
the city's fireworks display
led him to that conclusion.


At left, the Pirates of the Sea waterslide was a popular attraction for the young 'uns, who on a hot Saturday were enviously
eyed by the adults. At right, Marisa Rogers contemplates which tempting side dishes should complement her fried catfish.


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Above left, Mary Clary (back), Austin Clary, Cierra Clary
and Cody Clary had fun with patriotic balloons. Above right,
relatives Danny Campbell, Morris Rogers, Gary Heiser and
Martha Rogers relax on their hosts' porch after their picnic
feast. At right, a pair of youngsters regain their balance after
going down the giant slide at Old Spanish Trail Park. Below, *
passengers load up the BarDon Express during festivities at
Old Spanish Trail Park.


Photos by Kyle Wright

and Brian Hughes


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CLASSES: CPR -- Adult
(only), July 10, 14, 17, 29.
Pet First Aid, July 11
Standard First Aid w/
CPR Adult, Infant and
Child, July 12, 26.
CPR Child and
Infant (only), July 18.
Standard First Aid
with CPR/AED Adult,
Infant and Child, July 19.
CPR Adult, Infant
and Child, July 22 & 24.
CPR/AED Adult -
July 24.
CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer -
July 26.
Lay Responder for
First Aid & CPR/AED
Instructor Course July
28-31.
Call (800) 773-7620 to
register for all classes or
visit the Web site at www.
yourredcross.org.
Babysitter Boot Camp
is July 24, 25 and 26 for
ages 11-15' Certification in
Babysitter's Training, First
Aid and Infant & Child
CPR, Pet First Aid and
Disaster Preparedness.
Lunch provided each
day. Cost is $145; Get a
five percent discount by
mentioning the Safety'
Training e-mail from
the ARC. Register by
calling 1-(800) 773-7620
or by visiting www.
yourredcross.org.
CABLETHON: Tune
in to local Cox Channel
6 from 8 p.m. July 18
through 8 p.m. Saturday,
July 19 for the 36th annual
Cox Communications
Cablethon benefiting
Covenant Hospice.
The 24-hour broadcast
will feature live music
by local entertainers.
Multiple call-in auctions
with items such as
vacation getaways,
golf packages, artwork
and jewelry will run
throughout the event,
Proceeds benefit the
special programs of
Covenant Hospice, a not-
for-profit organization
that serves patients
regardless of ability
to pay. In 2007, the
organization provided
over $1.6 million in
services to uninsured or
underinsured patients.
JULY 10 HOSPICE
PRESENTATION: This
presentation on hospice ,
care and how the body
reacts to hydration and
nutrition at the end of life
on Thursday at Destin
Healthcare & Rehab
Center on Mattie Kelly
Blvd. Sessions are at 1:30


at 2:30 p.m.
This in-service is open
to the public. Nurses will
receive 1,2 contact hours
and Social Workers will
receive 1.0 contact hours.
For more information
contact Krista Botop at
862-1069.
PENSACOLA BEACH
AIR SHOW: Friday and
Saturday. Organizers ie-
quest that you arrive early
and plan to be at the beach
all day. A trolley will help
alleviate traffic congestion
from 9 a.m. to midnight orn
both days between Casino
Beach and Fort Pickens
Gate. Motorists are asked
NOT to block emergen-
cy access locations, bike
paths, sidewalks or medi-
ans. Park in a marked s ot
or off the roadway, but
do not extend into traffic
lanes.
Remember to drink
plenty of water, and wear
sun protection such as
a sunscreen with a high
SPF, hats and long-sleeve
shirts.
For more information,
call the Pensacola Beach
Visitors Information
Center at (850) 932-1500
or go to http://www.
visitpensacolabeach.com/
what/airshow.asp.
CAMP BRAVEHEART.
AUCTION: Saturday
at Wellington Place,
233 Carmel Drive in
Fort Walton Beach. All
proceeds will be donated
to Camp Brave Heart,
a camp for children
ages 7-14 who have
experienced the loss of a
loved one. Refreshments
will be served.
The camp will be held
at Camp Timpoochee July
25-28 in Niceville. For
more information call
Camp Brave Heart's Fort
Walton Beach office at
862-1069.
CERT TRAINING:
Okaloosa County
Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT)
will hold training sessions
July 12 and July 19 at the
Okaloosa-Walton College
Niceville campus from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To
register or for details, call
Jennifer Tindall, 243-0315,
or emailCERT@united-way.
org.
CERT educates people
about disaster preparedness
for hazards that may impact
their area and trains them
in basic disaster response
skills. They assist others
in their neighborhood
following an event when
professional responders are
not immediately available
to help.


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PROGRAMS
Story Time in the
:-Meeting Room is 10:15
a.m. today and Thursday
and is for ages 3 and
",up. This week's pro-
gram is "A Bug's Life."
Learn about the amaz-
:ing changes in the life
."'of a butterfly and make
:a buggy scene! Next
, .week's program is "The
Good, the Bad, and the
' **(B)ugly."
This week's Sum-
mer Stories activity is
\-10:15 a.m. today in the
- Story Room and is for
'*;1 ages 6 and up. The pro-
I'gram is "A Bug's Life."
j Build and break out of a
,-.chrysalis, catch pollen,
and make a fuzzy cater-
pillar! Next week's pro-
-gram is "The Good, the
Bad, and the (B)ugly."
Teen Book Club
in the Story Room is
2:15 p.m. today and is
*for ages 12 and up. The
group is reading "The
Wright 3" by Blue Bal-
liett
I Chapter Book Club


in the Story Room is
10:15 a.m. Thursday and
is for ages 9 and up. The
program is "Bees." Hear
folktales about bees and
become a bee!
Teen Wii Time in
the Meeting Room is 2
to 4 p.m. Friday and is
for ages 12 and up.
The last day to read
for the Summer Read-
ing Challenge is Satur-
day. \
Singing! Poetry!
Trick roping! Plus the
art of the bull-whip!
Meet Cowboy Bruce at
the Crestview Public
Library at 7 p.m. July 15
during Family Library
Time. This free event is
The 2B Ranch Wild'West
Show, sponsored by the
Crestview Public Li-
brary and the Okaloosa
County Public Library
Cooperative. Family Li-
brary Time. is designed
for families with el-
ementary and middle
school children, but all
are welcome.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask Jean, Lisej Sandra,
Anna, Marie, Sengdara,


UPCOMING EVENTS
Brian Hughes, Florida Freedom Newspapers writer
and National World War II Museum lecturer, will present Leni
Riefenstahl's "Olympia: Breaking the Myths: A Fresh Look at
the Greatest Sports Film Ever Made" at the Crestview Public
Library at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 4. Learn h:A tihe acclaimed
documentary of the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games was made,
discover why it remains controversial to this day, and view
clips of some of its most magnificent sequences. The library is
located at 1445 Commerce Drive (behind the Post Office). Call
682-4432.
Pat Hollarn, Okaloosa County Supervisor
of Elections, will discuss "Everything You've
Always Wanted to Know about Elections...
But Were Afraid to Ask" for the Aug. 5 First
Tuesday Lecture at the Crestview Public
Library. The program begins at 10:30 a.m. with
coffee and cookies served beginning at 10
a.m. The library is located at 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the Post Office). Call 682-4432. The library also
will be an early voting site for.the Aug. 26 Primary Election with
early voting hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through
Saturday Aug. 11-23 and also for the Nov. 4 General Election
-with early voting hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday, Oct. 20 through Nov. 1.


Special to the
News Bulletin
Local youths
enjoy a recent
Teen Time
with the Wii at
the Crestview
Public Library.
The next Teen
Time with the
Wii is Friday
from 2 to 4 p.m.


Tracey, Janice, Audrey,
or Heather. We will be
happy to assist you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Corni-


merce Drive (behind the
Post Office),.
Internet: www.cit-
yofc rest\iew org/library.
htm
Phone: S2-4432


Lecturer recalls


Florida boom towns


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Dr. Brian Rucker was the
speaker for the July 1 First
Tuesday Lecture at the
Crestview Public Library.
Rucker spoke about two
west Florida ghost towns,
Arcadia and Floridale.
Arcadia was created in
1828 and made the Flor-
ida Panhandle the most
industrialized area in the
state before the Civil War,
according to .Rucker. The
community was located
on Pond Creek, west of
Milton in north Santa
Rosa County, and focused
on the area's yellow pine
timber.
The industrial park in-
cluded a huge sawmill,
bucket factory, shingle and
grist mill, rock quarry, silk
cocoonery and a textile
mill. Rucker explained the
textile mill operated on
the cutting edge for about
10 years using industrial
slave labor, which was
very rare in the South.
Arcadia closed in 1855
and lay in ruins until be-
ing rediscovered in the
1960s by local historians.
The site is now operated
by the University of West


Florida as a historical
site.
Floridale was a boom
community during Flor-
ida's land boom of the
1920s. It was located be-
tween Holt and Harold on
the Okaloosa and Santa
Rosa county line.
The small farm tracts
of land were marketed as
a horticultural eldoroda
and came complete with
Satsuma orange, grape,
blueberry and pecan
groves. A Spanish style
hotel was built with a
huge ballroom, lounge
and. all-electric kitchen -
but never opened. Only a
handful of people settled
in Floridale. The commu-
nity collapsed with the
land boom, according to
Rucker.
Rucker is a professor.
of history at Pensacola
Junior College and a na-.
tive of Santa Rosa County.
He is very active in local
historical circles and has
written several books on
area history.

Did you attend the pre-
sentation? Do you remem-
ber Floridale's boom years?
Share your thoughts at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Lost Betas: If It's Tuesday


This Must Be Belgium


'Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

I was a video purist,
so naturally I had a Be-
"tamax VCR. I loved the
'crisp picture and crisper
sound over nasty
ol' VHS with its [ I
-streaky reds and :-
muffled audio.
I also loved ~
Magnetic Video
Corporation, the
first company
;to produce and
sell pre-recorded '
home videos.
In 1977 MVC, with its
cheesy opening jingle and
simplistic logo composed
Sof video feedback, licensed
'50 titles from 20th Century-
Fox for $300,000 (Robert
,- Altman's classic 1970 anti-
n -war film M*A*S*H was the
'company's most popular
title.)
MVC would eventually
acquire distribution rights
for films from several stu-
dios, including ITC and
'Avco Embassy. It offered
titles that even today are
unavailable on DVD.
I eventually had to
break down and buy a
VHS deck in the early '90s
as my precious Beta tapes
were becoming harder to
find.
Fortunately, films I
enjoyed back in the glory
days of my Betamaxes
and MVC tapes car be
relived when another clas-
sic finally makes its way to
DVD or Blu-ray. From time
to time I'll share a memory
of them.
This week, I recall with
glee that fabulous 1969 Da-
vid L. Wolper travel com-
.edy, "If It's Tuesday, This
Must Be Belgium," which
came out on May 20.
For starters, the tagline
on the one-sheet is a gem:
"Europe sent us Dutch Elm


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Gypsy
The classic American
stage musical "Gypsy,"
based on, Gypsy Rose
Lee's 1957 autobiography,
opens tonight and runs
four nights on the main
stage of the Mattie Kelly
Fine and Performing
Arts Center at OWC in
Niceville.
' Holt actress Darla
'Briganti stars as Mama
Rose. Area cast members
also include Nalia Bauer,


Disease, German Measles
and Russian Roulette. We
sent them World-Wind
Vacation tour #225. Now
we're even."
It was one in a rash of
"family trips to Europe"
movies, which
.include fun flics
such as Jackie
Gleason's "Don't
Drink the Water,"
Bob Hope's "I'll
take Sweden"
and, riding on
their coattails, the
1972 TV movie
"Magic Carpet."
Essentially, a busload of
typical American tourists,
including Suzanne Pleshet-
te, Murray Hamilton and
Norman Fell, try to see Eu-
rope in 18 days.
Humor ensues when
various things go amiss:
A wife boards the
wrong tour bus in Holland
and ends up spending the
rest of her vacation with a
load of Japanese tourists.
One tourist, visiting
his Italian relatives, is ex-
pected to wed their homely'
daughter.
A rebellious daughter
runs off with a beatnik
(played by Luke Halpin
from "Flipper").
Suzanne Plashette is
wooed by the charismatic
English tour guide (Ian Mc-
Shane).
Don't worry, I didn't
spoil anything. It's all just
good, vacuous nonsense.
Just put it on your Net-
flix list or grab it at the
video shop for a delightful
summer's evening. It's 99
minutes of pure, empty-
headed fun with extensive
use of great locations, mar-
velously mod '60s fashions,
and a wonderful Donovan
ballad for the title song.
(The at a World War II
battle memorial scene is
my favorite!)


Rita Dailey and Jarick
Rivers, all from Crestview;
and Austin Bradley from
Florala.
Performances are daily
through Saturday at 7:30
p.m. For tickets, call the
box office at (850) 729-
6000 or visit www.owc.
edu/arts. Tickets are $20
for adults and $15 for
youth 18 and younger.
Read Brian Hughes'
review of the production at
crestviewbulletin.com and in
an upcoming edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.


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More interesting tales
from area law enforcement
arrest reports.

This Diamond Ring
A local woman reported
her diamond ring missing,
advising Okaloosa Sher-
iff's deputies her daughter
last saw the jewelry at a
friend's house.
While poking through
a local pawnshop, she
found her ring and called
deputies. According to the
shop's transaction report,
the ring was pawned in
December 2007.
Based on the record and
accompanying fingerprint,
the defendant, a Pensacola
resident, was identified.
However, neither Okaloo-
sa nor Escambia county
deputies could find her.
Fast forward to the be-
ginning of this month,
when the 19-year-old sus-
pect turned up as a pas-
senger in a truck pulled
over for a traffic violation.
To make her arrest even
easier, she had two plas-
tic bags of cocaine in her
purse. But it really wasn't
hers, she explained. She
had received it from an
unknown gentleman and
was just "transporting it"
to a friend of the truck's
driver.
She was arrested for
possession of a controlled
substance and later on
the outstanding charge of
dealing in stolen property.
A happy ending, and
hopefully a lesson to the
ring owner not to leave it
lying around the homes of
her daughter's friends.

Yes, They
Search Females
When a Crestview


motorist known to have
a suspended driver's li-
cense cruised past a Crest-
view police officer, he was
pulled over.
The officer found three
traffic citations in the driv-
er's door pocket, and "a
plastic bag of marijuana
was recovered from within
them," the report said.
The officer found an-
other bag of pot in the con-
sole, as well as a third bag
in the purse belonging to
the driver's lady friend.
She said the driver
"wanted to separate the
marijuana so that if they
were pulled over, it would
not all be in the same
place."
She also said the driver
"told her that 'cops don't
search females' and that
was why he had asked her
to place one of the bags in
her purse."
She was issued a notice
to appear for possession
of marijuana. The driver
received two marijuana
charges to supplement his
charge of driving with a
suspended license. They
both learned women are,
indeed, subject to search.

Oops
Here we go again.
When another Crestview
motorist known to have
a suspended driver's li-
cense cruised past a Crest-
view police officer, she
was pulled over.
"She was only driving
to the store," she told of-
ficers, as if that excused
her.
Assuring the officer she
had nothing illegal on her
person, she "requested
that (he) not take her to
Okaloosa County Jail."
When searched by a
female officer, who found
a crack pipe in her pants,


she told the officers, "I for-
got it was in my pocket."
As people can't be ar-
rested for faulty memo-
ries, she was booked in-
stead with driving with
a suspended license and
possession of narcotics
equipment.

Memo to Check
Forgers...
...Don't make it pay-
able to yourself.
That's the lesson a
Crestview man learned
after he allegedly swiped
his employer's checkbook
from his truck.
After writing three
checks two for $300 and
one for $350 payable to
himself and signing the
boss's name to them, the
guy asked a lady friend to
deposit them in her credit
union account "so they
would cash them."
She told officers, "I said
'no' but I had to because
he really wanted me to,"
according to the guy's ar-
rest report.
He was charged with,
larceny theft, forgery and
uttering forged checks.
Gee, I wonder how they
ever caught him?_

The Lortab Kid
When a Crestview
woman returned from an
out-of-town conference,
she discovered someone
had left her TV on the Sci-
Fi Channel, a channel she
never watches. She also
found her Lortab prescrip-
tion was gone.
Checking her telephone
records, she found incom-
ing and outgoing calls to
a local number had been
made in her absence. She
recognized the number
and was sure she knew
who had burglarized her
house.
She told officers the lad
"had an addiction prob-
lem with pills."
Based on the infor-
mation, officers arrested
the 18-year-old. He con-
fessed he entered the
house through a window,
"turned on the lights and


turned on the TV," the ar-
rest report stated.
"He said after about
30 minutes, he called his
mother to tell her he found
a place to stay for the
night. He said a little later
he got bored and started to
look for some drugs," the
report continued.
He found the Lortabs.
"He said since he was
a drug addict, he took ap-
proximately 15 Lortabs
over a 2-day period. He
said he spent the two days
watching TV and laughing,
..." the report said.
One wonders if his ar-
rest on burglary to a dwell-
ing and petit theft charges
is as funny.

Drunk in Crestview's
Newest Lounge
The manager of a local
supermarket summoned
officers when one of her
employees found a man
apparently drunk in the
bathroom. The man then
staggered from the store
and crawled under a
semi trailer in the park-
ing lot.
As the suspect could
not stand up, the offi-
cer had him sit on the
ground. Asked for iden-
tification, the man pro-
duced an affidavit for
his arrest on retail theft
charges in Mary Esther.
Once at the county
clink, the man had to be
assisted to a holding cell
"because of his level of
intoxication," the report
said. As the officer com-
pleted the booking log,
he saw the man topple
off a bench in the cell.
The officer reported,
"I asked (the suspect) if
he thought that he had a
problem with drinking,
and he said no."
Apparently he had no
problem at all. In the su-
permarket restroom he
consumed a bottle each
of Twin Fin Cabernet,
Fish Eye Cabernet, Dog
House Merlot and Dog'
House Cabernet.
He was booked with re-
tail theft.


Cautious Thief
A 25-year-old Crest-
view woman called police
to report a possibly stolen
car had turned up on Coo-
per Street.
When the owner noticed
a box of new disc brakes
missing from inside the
vehicle, a local auto parts
store confirmed they were
returned for a full refund.
The store manager identi-
fied the 25-year-old from
a photo lineup as the per-
son who had returned the
brakes.
Confronted by police,
she said the man who
stole the car promised her
the package of brakes, but
when he didn't hand them
over, she took them from
the car.
The woman told the ar-
resting deputy she signed
a fake name to the refund
receipt because, "she
didn't believe the brakes
were stolen, but in case
they were, she didn't want
to get into any trouble."
Well, she did .anyway,
and was arrested for forg-
ery, dealing in stolen prop-
erty and petit theft with
at least two prior convic-
tions. Seems she's been
there, done that before.

Guess He's Out of
the Family Will
A Crestview man was
arrested on charges of
aggravated battery and
criminal mischief after he
punched his uncle in the
face, knocking him off his
chair.
As the man lay on the
ground, the nephew hit
him with the chair, kicked
him in the "upper and low-
er parts" of his body, and
hit him on the head with
a drum, which broke. The
unruly guy then sprayed
his uncle with pepper
spray and broke two of his
rear windows.
When the nephew was
found at a nearby conve-
nience store, he had to be
transported to the hospital
"due to injuries sustained
from an altercation with
unknown personss)"


WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 2008


Burglary, Battery
and a Nap
In search of a bottle of
whiskey he knew a local
woman had in her freezer,
a Crestview man shoved
his way into her home,
knocking her over in the
process. Chased out by
neighbors, he hopped on
his bike and rode away.
Police found him short-
ly thereafter passed out
on the porch of a nearby
home. Awakened, the man
informed them he had
consumed half a gallon of
whiskey over the previous
couple of hours.
He was arrested and
charged with burglary arid
battery.

Home Sweet Home
A woman screaming,
"He just punched me in
my chest!" greeted police
officers responding to a
domestic violence call.
Making contact with
the man she indicated,
police noticed three steak
knives on the ground by
his feet. According to the
arrest report, the man
"stated the knives were
not his and that he had
no idea where the knives
came from."
Three witnesses, how-
ever, said they saw the
man holding the knives as
he ran after the lady and
punched her in the chest.
When he saw police ap-
proaching he dropped the
knives.
Domestic life must be
pretty tough. The officer
who arrested the man
for battery (domestic vio-
lence) and aggravated as-
sault with a deadly weap-
on reported the man said
upon arrival at the county
jail, "This place is like a
second home to me. I like
to come here when I get
sick of my old lady, if you
know what I mean."

What crimes have oc-
curred near your residence?
Find out on the Bloodhound
Crime Map at crestviewbul-
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David C. Bradley
David C. Bradley, a resident of
Dothan, Ala., died Thursday, July
3, 2008 at Flowers Hospital in Do-
than. He was 51.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, July 8 at Byrd Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev. Jef-
fery Peacock officiating and Byrd
Funeral Home directing. The
family received friends in the
chapel prior to service time.
Mr. Bradley was born Oct. 22,
1956 in Crestview, where he lived
the early years of his life and
graduated from Crestview High
School. He later graduated from
Troy State University and entered
the U.S. Air Force as a lieutenant
through the R.O.TC. program.
Mr. Bradley served during Des-
ert Storm, where he was a crew
member on AWACS radar air-
craft and retired as a captain.
Following his military service,
he entered the nursing program
at University of South Alabama
Mobile, where he graduated
magna cum laude. In 1994, he
and his family moved to Dothan,
where he resided for the remain-
der of his life. At the time of his


death, he was employed with
Civil Service at Lyster Commu-
nity Health Clinic at Fort Rucker.
Mr. Bradley enjoyed hunting,
playing baseball with his boys
and reading bedtime stories to
his little girl. He also enjoyed
spending time with his White-
water friends. He was a member
of First Baptist Church of Crest-
view.
Survivors include his wife,
Shiloh Bradley of Dothan; two
sons, Matthew Charles Bradley
and Cody Allen Bradley, both
of Dothan; a daughter, Han-
nah Brooke Bradley of Dothan;
his parents, Charles and Velma
Bradley of Crestview; his broth-
er, Robert Bradley and his wife,
Karen, and their children, Kaylee
Bradley and Chris Bradley, all
of Crestview; his mother-in-law
and father-in-law, Clark and Di-
ana Allen of Chancellor, Ala.; his
brother-in-law, Tony Allen and
his wife, Robby, and their chil-
dren, Samantha and McKenzie of
Hawaii.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guestbook for David
Bradley online at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


King named PHC


Resident of the Month


Special to the News Bulletin

Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview is pleased to
announce David King has
been selected as the Resi-
dent of the Month for June.
David was born in Sam-
son, Ala., on Sept. 17, 1922.
He has two daughters, one
son, one sister and a niece.
Mr. King is a U.S. Coast
Guard veteran and also
worked as a carpet layer.
He was a member of the
Masonic Lodge and enjoys
fishing, dancing and social-
izing with the residents and


staff of PHC.
David is a joy to all the
staff here at Parthenon
Healthcare.


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DWC planning dinner

Preparing for their Aug. 21 annual dinner meeting for the
Okaloosa County Democratic Women's Club are (standing,
left,to right) Voter Campaign Chair Gail Ferguson, Regional
Representative Tina Nelson, Treasurer Bobbye Wicke, (seated
from left) 2nd Vice-President Brenda Fleming and President
Karen Lauer. For more information on the dinner or for
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Lisa Kilpatrick of Crestview
has been named to the honor roll
at Southwestern College in Win-
field, Kan. Full-time students
who earned grade-point aver-
ages of at least 3.70 (4.0 equals an
A) were eligible for Dean's List
honors for the spring semester.

Rodriguez makes
Dean's List
Nick Ryan Rodriguez of
Crestview qualified for the
Dean's List at Brewton-Parker
College of Mount. Vernon, Ga.,
for the spring 2008 semester.
Qualifying students were en-
rolled in 12 or more hours and
earned a grade point average of
3.6 or better.

Scholarship
deadline extended
The Freedom Alliance Schol-
arship Fund is offering a scholar-
ship for children of U.S. service
members who have'been killed
or permanently disabled in an
operational mission or training
accident.
To be eligible an applicant
must be the dependent son or


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U of M alumni
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University of Mobile gradu-
ates are invited to the 9th annual
UM Alumni Breakfast on July
19. The breakfast will begin at
9:30 a.m. at Teaspoons Cafe, 711
Shelton Beach Road in Saraland,
Ala.
Cost is $10 in advance, $12
at the door and free for Class
of 2008 graduates. For advance
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COMMUNITY EVENTS <


From staff reports.


TODAY

BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood
Center announces a blood
drive today, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Hurlburt Medical
Group. Every donor will be
entered into a drawing for
a Nintendo Wii. Call 862-
4216 for details.

MISCELLANEOUS

HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: A yard sale/fish
fry is being held July 19.
Setup is at 6 a.m. The event
continues from 9 a.m: to 3
p.m. across the street from
the 1905 Gallery in Laurel
Hill on U.S. Highway 85.
Cost is $10 a booth and $8
to rent a table.
Artists, craftsmen
and vendors interested
in selling their work are
needed for the Laurel
Hill Hobo Festival
on Oct. 11 from 9 to 5


p.m. Interested persons
should call Theresa at
826-0606 to obtain an
application. Organizers
expect all spaces to be filled
by late August.
Corporate sponsors are
needed. The entertainment
schedule includes
Cheyenne, Rowdy Friends,
Perfect Illusion, Fred
Astaire dance studio,
Crestview High School
dance team and other
performers.
Call 652-3660 or 826-
0606 for details.
FSHL MEETING:
Florida Silver Haired
Legislature is holding
officer elections for Area
One, including Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties. Paid
member will be eligible
to hold office and to vote.
The event is July 13 from
3-5 p.m. at E.H. Pullum
Senior Center, 8476 Gordin
Goodin Lane, Navarre.
The group is composed
of people 50 and over
who are registered Florida
voters, who are interested


Madden graduates
from U of M
Amber Nichole Madden of
Crestview recently graduated
from the University of Mobile
School of Education.

Cassell on honor
roll at Montevallo*
The University of Montevallo
President's List included the
names of 369 students, includ-
ing Jennifer Cassell of Crestview.
To make the President's List, a
student must earn at least a 3.8
grade-point average on a 4.0
scale and be a full-time student
at the university.

You can host an
exchange student
AFS-USA: If you've ever
thought about welcoming an ex-
change student into your home
and family, now's the time to
learn more. AFS, the leading in-
ternational high school student
exchange program, needs fami-
lies in the community to. host
high school students for an aca-
demic year .or six months. Stu-
dents arrive in August.
All kinds of families can host.
One of the most important char-


in and learning more
about, and participating in
the legislative process.
Positions are
representative, state
senator and four state
representatives
Membership is $20 per
year or $25 for a couple.
To join, please arrive
15 minutes before the
meeting.
To run for office,
provide an 8 V2-by-ll sheet
of paper with information
. about yourself and a
picture if possible.
E-mail to jerry@
jerrymelvin.com or mail to
FSHL, P.O. Box 902, Fort
Walton Beach, FL 32548.
Bring additional copies for
the meeting.

NORTH OKALOOSA

VOTERS
REGISTRATION
DRIVE: Saturday at Mt.
Zion A.M.E. Church, 502
McDonald St., Crestview.
The event will be held
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For
details, contact, Hazel
Perry at 683-3729, M.
Coleman at 682-5518, or
Mary E. Jones at 682-8630.
FRIENDS OF THE'
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
meet July 17 at 10:30 a.m.
at the library on Commerce
Drive. Guest speaker is


Pam Meadows, a member
of the Board of Trustees of
North Okaloosa Medical
Center. The public is
invited to attend.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood
Center announces the
following North Okaloosa
blood drives:
Saturday, July 12 at
Wal-Mart Supercenter in
Crestview from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Tuesday, July 15,
Crestview Post Office from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Pilgrim Rest Baptist
Church, Baker from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
WILLIAMS 89th
BIRTHDAY/REUNION:
July 19 at 11 a.m. at 971
Lighthouse Church Road,
Holt. The event will
celebrate the 89th birthday
of Sarah D. Williams,
and include an outdoor
luncheon. Family and
friends are invited to
attend; please bring a
covered dish. Details:
Barbara at 682-1459.
LIBRARY BOOK
CLUB: meets every 2nd
and 4th Saturday at 1 p.m.
at the Crestview library on
Commerce'Drive. Details:
Library Director Jean
Lewis, 682-4432, or Helen
Bosch, 537-8884.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 2008


Gregory R. Peterson Christopher R. Wise


Gregory R. Peterson has
been promoted to the rank
of major in the U.S. Air Force
Reserve.
Peterson, a plans and
budget branch chief with 25
years of military service, is
assigned to the Air Force Re-
serve Command, Robins Air
Force Base, Warner Robins,
Ga.
He is the grandson of
Mary S. Brown of Tacoma,
Wash. His wife, Faye, is the
daughter of Hazel Adams of
Laurel Hill.
The major received a bach-
elor's degree in 1994 from
Park University, Parkville,
Mo.

Emily A. Steele
Air Force Airman Emily
A. Steele has
graduated
from basic
military train-
ing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San An-
tonio, Texas.

the six weeks Emily
of training, Steele
Steele studied
the Air Force
mission, organization, and
military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and re-
ceived physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human rela-
tions. In addition, airmen
who complete basic training
earn credits toward an as-
sociate degree through the
Community College. of the
Air Force.
She is the daughter of Pa-
tricia Peacock of Baker and
is a 2005 graduate of Baker
High School.


Air Force Airman Christo-
pher R. Wise has graduated
from basic
military train-
ing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San An-
tonio, Texas. .
During the .
six weeks of
training, the
airman stud- Christopher
ied the Air Christopher
Force mission,
organization,
and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human rela-
tions.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Willie and
Sharon Wise of Crestview
and a 2007 graduate of Crest-
view High School.


Mark-Andrew V.
Aquino
Air Force Airman Mark-
Andrew V.
Aquino has
graduated
from basic
military train-
ing at Lack-
land Air Force
Base, San An-
tonio, Texas.
During the Mark-Andrew
six weeks of Aquino
training, the
airman studied the Air Force
mission, organization, and
military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and re-


ceived physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special train-
ing in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air
Force.
Aquino is the son of Andy
Aquino of Crestview and
Nieva Aquino of Converse,
Texas.
The airman graduated in
2001 from Crestview High
School, and received an as-
sociate's degree in 2005 from
Okaloosa-Walton College.

Charles A. Guisasola


Air Force
Class Charles
has gradu-
ated from ba-
sic .military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,


Airman 1st
A. Guisasola


San Antonio,
STexas.
During the
six weeks of Charles
training, the Guisasola
airman stud-
ied the Air
Force mission, organization,
and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human rela-
tions.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
'degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.
Guisasola is the son of
Charles W. Guisasola of Na-
varre, and Brenda G. Guisaso-
la of Laurel Hill. He is a 2005
graduate of Navarre High
School.


Brenda G. Cisco
Air Force Airman Brenda
G. Cisco has graduated from
basic military ________


training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
San Antonio,
Texas.
During
the six weeks
of training,
Cisco studied
the Air Force


Brenda
Cisco


marches, and received physi-
cal training, rifle marksman-
ship, field training exercises,
and special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate de-
gree through the, Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Adrieanne
Patricelli of Crestview and is
a 2005 graduate of Crestview
High School.

David C. Harris
David C. Harris has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young
men and women the oppor-
tunity to delay entering active
duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000'toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of ba-
sic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual
training in their career job spe-
cialty prior to being assigned
to their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$15,000 enlistment bonus.
Harris reported to Fort
Knox, Ky., for basic training
in May.
He is the son of David and
Portia Harris of Memphis,
Tenn. His wife, Norinco, is
the daughter of Kenneth and
Carol Williams of Laurel Hill.

Debra A. Sneed
Navy. Seaman Debra A.
Sneed, daughter of Elmer L.
and stepdaughter of Regina J.
SSneed of Crestview, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training and was meritoriously
promoted to her current rank
at Recruit Training Command,


Great Lakes, Il.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Sneed completed a va-
riety of training that included
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water
safety and survival, and ship-
board and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. "Battle Sta-
tions" is designed to galvanize
* the basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance in each recruit
through the practical applica-
tion of basic Navy skills and the
core values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed
to take into account what it
means to be a Sailor in today's
U.S. Navy. -
Sneed is a 2007 graduate of
-Seminole High School of San-
ford;

Shawn R. Thacker
Air Force Airman '1st
Class Shawn R. Thacker has
graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associated
degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.,
He is the son of Robert'and
Anita Thacker of Crestview. '


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military customs and cour-
tesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and re-
ceived physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Commu-
nity College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Ran-
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and the granddaughter of
James Knoblauch of Warner
Robins, Ga. Cisco is a 2007
-graduate of Crestview High
School.

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Lackland Air
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San Antonioj,
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Yes, Barack Obama says the Pledge inomS 7


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The ascension of Sen.
Barack Obama to the
presumed Democratic
Party presidential nomi-
nee has fueled those
Internet rumors I love to
debunk.
My "in" box has
been flooded with the
drivel. The News Bul-
letin has even received
calls and visits from
concerned readers who
have fallen prey to the
falsehoods they read on
the 'Net.
The paper and I cer-
tainly don't want to take
sides in what will be an
interesting presidential
race, but I do take um-
brage with those who
use the Internet to per-
petuate outright false-
hoods.
Clearly, it's time to
crank up the Debunk-
er, visit Snopes.com,
and set some records
straight.

Untruth #1
Obama won't say the
Pledge of Allegiance


and/or won't put his
hand over his heart
when it's recited.
I got this one many
times. The accompany-
ing photo, taken during
an Iowa fish fry by Time
magazine, was not shot
during the pledge, but
during the national an-
them.
"My grandfather
taught me how to say
the Pledge of Allegiance
when I was 2," Obama
has said in rebuttal.
"During the Pledge of
Allegiance you put your
hand over your heart.
During the national an-
them you sing."
Section 171 of the
U.S. Flag Code states,
"During rendition of the
national anthem... all
present except those in
uniform should stand at
attention facing the flag
with the right hand over
the heart."
However, Ann Gar-
side, director of commu-


nication for the Mary-
land Historical Society,
which houses the origi-
nal "Star-Spangled Ban-
ner" manuscript, said,
"Modern custom does
not require a hand over
the heart."
Obama spokesman
Bill Burton assured, "In
no way was he making
any sort of statement,
and any suggestion to
the contrary is ridicu-
lous."


Untruth #2
Obama is a Muslim
and was sworn in with
his hand on a Quran.
Obama is a practic-
ing Christian and has "a
relationship with Jesus
Christ." He has, howev-
er, recently dropped his
longtime membership in
Chicago's Trinity United
Church of Christ due to
inflammatory rhetoric
by its former pastor.
As for the claim that


he was sworn in on the
Quran rather a Bible,
the incident refers, in
fact, to Minnesota Rep.
Keith Ellison. Obama in-
deed placed his hand on
a Bible as he was sworn
into office.

Untruth #3
Obama tries to con-
ceal that his middle
name is Hussein.
In fact, Obama has
never "concealed". his
middle name. It's out
there in full view on
public record. He just
doesn't use it any more
than do most politi-
cians, apart from Hillary
Rodham Clinton (and
Rodham is actually her
maiden name). Does
anyone make a fuss
about John Sidney Mc-
Cain III?
The apparent
major concern is that
Hussein, a common
Middle Eastern name,
is the same as that of
the disposed former
president of Iraq.
Obama, was, in fact,
named for his father, a
Kenyan Muslim, and


carries his name.

Untruth #4:
Obama attended a
radical Wahabi Islamist
"madrassa" school in
Indonesia.
Obama attended a
Catholic school for two
years when his archeol-
ogist mother remarried
a man from Indonesia.
Afterwards, his step-
father sent Obama to
a non-religious public
school.
"This is a public
school," the headmaster
told CNN's John Vause.
"We don't focus on reli-
gion."
After he concluded
his research, Vause, who
had previously reported
on the radical Islamic
madrasses that preach
hatred against the West
in the Middle East, said,
"This school is nothing
like that."

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WEDNSDAY JUL 9, 008LOCAL










Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 200







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

Topic: News Bulletin reporter Brian
Hughes writes that local residents should
appreciate the shopping and dining op-
portunities already in Crestview.
Sure. Go to Main Street. And just where
are you going to park?

Having lived here all my life, except for
the 10 years I was away in the military, it is
sometimes hard to accept all the growth we
are experiencing. As it is, there is not suf-
ficient infrastructure to support the growth
we've had, not to mention a new mall and
other proposed new development. I can
remember when you could get from one
end of town to the other in less than five
minutes, but now with all the traffic con-
gestion, it can take up to 20 minutes. Most
people live here because it's a nice, quiet
little town, convenient to other nearby
places for shopping and entertainment. A
big mall and more chain stores will contin-
ue to run the little mom and pop establish-
ments out of business, and Crestview will
lose its original character. I'm sure there's
lots of Crestview natives that would agree.
*
Our "MaAi Street Mall" is mostly busi-
nesses that are only open while we are all
working. \Ve would all like to be able to
shop and dine when we are off work. like
the evenings and weekends That is the
reason why we have to go to Fort Walton
Beach and Destin for shopping and dining.
We would Like to have more clothing stores
as well, with better quality clothing and
shoes. We do not have enough shopping
and dining to support the population here.
*
I can understand having to go out of
town to shop after work or on the week-
end, but why to eat out? The only restau-
rants closed at night or on weekends are
two or thiee Mlain Street places. I never
have trouble finding someplace to eat lo-
cally. The big problem is choosing which
one to go to because there are so many.
*
Thank you for this article! The largest
city in Okaloosa County should have more
to offer its residents. This family town
should be more family-oriented with more
attractions so the residents do not have
to go to other towns to seek a little enter-
tainment So, let's invest a bit more time,
money,. and effort into the largest city in
Okaloosa County
*
Thank vou for this article! I have been
in Crest\riew for just over three years and I
LOVE it' I like what we have and the local
businesses are amazing. Destin and FWB
are just a 30-minute drive away. This is a
great place to live!

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Profundity
Brian Hughes

"Life is simple and kind
of beautiful if you let it come
to you. But the trouble is,
people forget that."

MOSS HART
(1904 1961) and
GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
(1889 1961)
You Can't Take It With You
American playwrights and theatre directors


r PASSING Ride safe and enjoy it


Ky, "ihTS but ride safe first
} yle Wright


Motorcycles terrify me.
Not being on them.
Being around them.
I'm not worried about
what they can do to me.
I'm worried about what
my car and I can do to
them.
When a motorcycle
comes near, I grip the steer-
ing wheel like I'm trying
to squeeze juice out of it
and arch my back like a
cornered cat to peer out the
window.
(Some might say this is
good at least I'm paying
attention).
It's nothing against mo-
torcycles. I have the same
reaction around bicycles
and pedestrians. I have tlhe
same reaction, for opposite


reasons, around semis.
I never want to be in a
wreck under any circum-
stances, but I really don't
want to be involved in an
accident with a vehicle a lot
bigger or a lot smaller than
my own.
I don't want the guilt
that would come if I hit
something smaller. I don't
want to think about what
would happen if I hit some-
thing bigger.
Our roughest, toughest
sports things like wres-
tling and boxing don't
mix the 98-pounders with
the heavyweights.
Yet on the roads more
of a life-and-death environ-
ment than any wrestling
mat or boxing ring we


throw the bicycles together
with the semis, along with
every vehicle in between,
and hope for the best.
It's way too late to start
designating existing roads
as motorcycle-only (they
have done it in Malaysia) or
semi-only.
The only realistic course
is to drive safely and hope
everyone else does the
same.
That's the motivation for
our motorcycle safety article
on Page Al of today's Crest-
view News Bulletin. We
hope local motorists car
drivers, motorcycle riders
and everyone else read
the article and think twice
about their driving habits.
You can take my advice


for driving safety: squeeze
the daylights out of the
steering wheel and strain
your eyes until you have a
headache.
You're probably better
off following the advice of
Crestview Fire Department
Chief and motorcycle en-
thusiast Joe Traylor: "Just ;
ride safe and enjoy it!"
Please, please, please
remember: The safety part,'
comes first.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524 or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visit --
the "Passing Shots" blog to ,
read Kyle's reaction when gas.
prices surpassed the $4 mark'
in Crestview.


Letters to editor: Amtrak, Alatex and appreciation


Support revival
of Amtrak
I live in Jackson Co., in
southeast Mississippi -
that would be the Pasca-
goula train stop (if we had
a train!).
I belong to a grassroots
organization advocating
the return of the Sunset
Limited east of New Or-
leans, and the Chairman of
SMART, (Sunset Marketing
And Revitalization Team),
sent (the News Bulletin
article about the possible
return of an Amtrak station
in Crestview) to me.
I just wanted to thank
you for putting Amtrak on
people's radar. If we aren't
reminded fairly often, with
our busy daily activities,
we don't seem to remember
things that could ultimately
be very important to us.
Rep. Jeff Miller, sadly,
doesn't "get it"! It's not
realistic to "want the com-


pany to turn a profit with-
out help from subsidies,"
speaking of Amtrak. Subsi-
dies are what keep airports
and airlines going, as well
as our national highways,
although they're so con-
gested it seems our money
is being wasted.
On the other hand,
Rep. Allen Boyd, and Rep.
Corinne Brown are to be
lauded for their support.

Barbara Tucker
Lucedale (N. Jackson Co.),
Miss.

Honor Alatex building
workers by using
building for school
In response to your ar-
ticle and comment "I've
lived in north Okaloosa
County for all of three
years, so I don't have much
sense of what the Ala-
tex building means or
doesn't mean to long-


time residents."
I lived my life until the
age of 22 as a resident of
Crestview. My mother and
my baby sister both worked
at the sewing factory. The
work at this building did
help provide for our fam-
ily in tough times. But the
work was not easy work
... it was piece work. You
got paid for each piece you
produced. It was hard work
... no air conditioning, al-
ways being pushed to pro-
duce more and more, mak-
ing it extremely difficult on
the body and the mind!
So when I see there is an
opportunity for this build-
ing to be used to educate
young people so their lives
will be better I am very
happy, and I know my
Mother would be as well!
If you remove the profits
and the politics out of the
picture and really believe
in the spirit of the people
who worked there then


the decision to make this
a place where individuals
can grow and prosper is an
easy one.

Joey Chessher

Appreciating
Crestview
I truly loved Brian -
Hughes' opinion that he
wrote about Crestview -
("Shopping in Crestview's--
Mall"). It was so true in
every word that he wrote.
We should all listen to what
he said and appreciate our,
Crestview. We want it to
stay as it is. Thank you,
Brian.
I came here when I was:
12 years old from a much,,
larger city in New England..
I loved it so much that I.,
never went back, and I will
soon be 60.

Rochelle Brunson
Baker


Local Newspaper History by Ann Spann


From July 14, 1916
"A rough estimate of
storm damage done in Oka-
loosa County can safely be
placed at forty thousand
dollars.
"The town of Milligan,
built on the banks of Yellow
River is the worst damaged
town in the whole county.
The track of the railroad


was covered in water for
about a mile and the busi-
ness section of the town was
two to five feet in water. At
the steps of the temporary
courthouse, the water was
32 inches deep, likewise at
the depot. The railroad track
was washed up from the de-
pot to the end of the trestle,
a distance of more than a


quarter of a mile.
"Several head of hogs
and chickens were drowned
on the streets and in the
yards. L. E. Bowers of
Crestview and J. A. Hart of
Baker, have supplied the
merchants at Milligan with
several wagon loads of pro-
visions, which kept many
people from being destitute


of something to eat.
"Blackman and adjacent
territory suffered the next
heaviest, where the storm
blew down several out
houses, tore the porch roof
off a brick store and badly
damaged the residence of
Uncle Billy Hart. The crops
of this section were also
badly damaged."


Bonus Hubbub: Border Crossings and FAMU


Topic: News Bulletin re-
porter Brian Hughes visits
Tallahassee in his Border
Crossings column
I am in bad health so I
do not travel much. I enjoy
reading about places you
write about that I will
never see. Thanks for writ-
ing about someplace close
to home this time. Good
job!

Topic: Alligator killed


after killing a dog in the
south end of the county
I am very sorry for the
loss of this animal.

Topic: Florida A&M
University leaders present
plans for proposed local
campus to Crestview City
Council.
It's time for the city to
plan ahead for its own
growth and stop giving
away real estate that will


*be needed in the very near
future.
*
I am glad FAMU recog-
nizes that Crestview is a
great place to locate its
new campus. I hope city
fathers have the wisdom to
not give away one of our
best historic assets in their
enthusiasm to embrace the
$2.5 million project.
0
How can the city give


away such a large parcel
of real estate and have
to buy more for city
growth like it did with the
CitiChurch? Stop the give-;2
aways!

I agree, no more giving,.,
away of city property. The.
city can still work with '
the school, but certainly a.
university of this size has
something in the way of
revenue. ',


L N SAF


Jason Mobley
General Manager
jasonm@
crestviewbulletin.com


Kyle Wright
Editor
kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com


Melissa Tedder
Office Manager
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Graphic Artist
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crestviewbulletin.com


Ann Spann
Photographer
anns@
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Brian Hughes
Reporter
brianh@
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Military News
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SAFETY continued from Al


LAUR H CTY.COUCI


The Laurel Hill City Council meets
Thursday at 7 p.m. at Laurel Hill City
Hall. The public is invited and encour-
aged to attend.

I. Call the meeting to order.
II. Prayer and Pledge of allegiance
III. Public Hearing for Local Planning
Agency
1. Open the public hearing
a. Ordinance #305 rezoning for In-
site Contractors
2. Public Comments and questions
3. Adjourn
IV. Reopn City Council meeting


V. Approve the minutes
1. June 26 regular meeting
VI. Public comments
VII. New business
VIII. Reports
1. Attorney's Report
2. Mayor's Report
3. City Manager's Report.
i. 2008-09 Budget Schedule
IX. Old Business
1. FERDAP Grant Agreement
2. Ordinance #304 Garbage Ordi-
nance (second reading)
X. Approve payment of the bills
XI. Adjourn.


CIMER *1OT


Crestview Police.
bept. crime reports
YOHUNDRA LAMONTA
PREDRICK, 30, of 894 McClel-
land St., Crestview, was charged
with sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a public housing facility.
* JESSIE LEE COLEMAN, 29,
of 114 Pandora Drive, Crest-
View, was charged with sale
of cocaine within 1,000 feet of
a housing facility.* A 15-year-
old student at Richbourg Mid-
dle School was charged with
criminal mischief and trespass-
ing on school grounds.
6/12: CANDACE DANELLE


GRICE, 25, of 620 1/2 Shortwell
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with forgery, dealing in stolen
property, and petit theft, with
at least two prior convictions.
6/14: JOHNNY H. LEWIS,
60, of 8284 Rock Hill Road,
Baker, was charged with sale
of cocaine.
6/20: TERRENCE TER-
RELL JOHNSON, 29, of 260
Bracewell St., Crestview, was
charged with sale of Ecstasy
(MDMA) and possession of
MDMA with intent to distrib-
ute within 1,000 feet of a con-
venience store. JORDAN R.
LEWIS JR., 424 Jillian Drive,


Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs. .ARTHUR
RAY UNION, 38, of 996 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
second offense.
6/21: DANIEL EUGENE FO-
LEY, 26, of 5839 Flamingo Road,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of marijuana, less than 20
grams, and possession of a con-
trolled substance. KERRY TER-
RELL CURRY, 27, of 209 Water
Oak St., Crestview, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, first offense.


EXPLOSIVE continued from Al


h These grenades have
the appearance of real
ordnance to the untrained
bye.
Witnesses at Hooters
paid the man declared he
was a World War I as well
as a Vietnam War veteran.
i He told police "he had
the grenades because he
was in the Israeli Special
Forces and he had the
sword because he was a
Samurai," according to
the report.
i Police officers quickly
determined the man met
the criteria under, the
Florida Mental Health
Act for involuntary ad-
missions for mental ex-
amination.
A Crestview Police of-
ficer transported the man
to the Fort Walton Beach
Medical Center for evalu-
ation.


'This type of scenario is the exact reason
we have a SWAT team."
Lt. Joseph Floyd
CPD Street Crimes Unit and SWAT commander


"Street Crimes re-
sponded, but SWAT was
going to be on stand-by if
the situation escalated,"
Floyd said. "If it was de-
termined this was a cred-
ible situation and the guy
had real hand grenades,
we would've deployed
the SWAT team and the
snipers.
"This type of sce-
nario is the exact reason
we have a SWAT team,"
Floyd added. "The po-
tential for violence in that
situation was high. He
was in a crowded estab-
lishment. To an untrained


person, they looked like
real grenades. Most of the
witnesses in there thought
they were real grenades."
Floyd said because the
case involved the use of
simulated explosives, it
was reported to the local
FBI office in Shalimar.
"They agreed with our
assessment that the guy
was mentally incompe-
tent," Floyd said.

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Police Lt. Kent Buckner
said. "It makes it more
important for people to
be on the lookout.
"All of those accidents
were when someone
turned in front of, or just
didn't see, the motorcy-
cle. A motorcycle doesn't
stop as quick as a vehicle
because of its size, its
weight and the momen-
tum. You're seatbelted in
a vehicle. The bike rider
is just sitting on the seat.
It's real easy in heavy
braking for a rider to
lose control."
Crestview Fire Chief
Joseph Traylor and some
of his fellow chiefs are
avid motorcyclists.
"It's convenient. It's
fun. It saves you a lot
of gas. But the basic
thing is, people need to
be constantly aware of
the traffic around you,"
Traylor said, noting his
advice applies to both
bikers and the motorists
who are sharing the road
with them.
Buckner, who belongs
to the local chapter of
the Blue Knights law of-
ficers motorcycle club,
agreed.
"The rider needs to
be more defensive than
when driving a vehicle,"
Buckner said. "Not only
planning where you're
going to be when chang-
ing lanes or turning or
merging, you have to
definitely plan ahead
and watch out for the
other guy.
"The biggest thing is,
a bike is much smaller


A TRAGIC TREND
Motorcycle fatalities in Florida decreased'from 1998 to
1999, but hNve increased every year since. The number has
more than doubled since the start of the decade.


Year
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006


Motorcyclist deaths

227
252
274
339
388
441
521


2006 statistics
Motorcycle crashes: 8,990
Motorcyclist injuries: 7,934
Passenger injuries: 835
Motorcyclists killed: 521
Passengers killed: 29


Source: Florida Department of H-ard.v,,/ Safer, .and Motor
Vehicles


than a vehicle. Take time
to look and make sure
you see the motorcycle.
Sometimes you have to
do a double take."
No longer are motor-
cyclists divided into a
few stereotypes like the
hardcore rider you see
in some movies and the
weekend rider.
Traylor said the mo-
torcycle is much more
common on our roads.
Traylor emphasized
the importance of taking
motorcycle safety classes
before hopping aboard
your new bike. He also
stressed the importance
of using safety equip-
ment, such as a properly
fitted helmet.
"Wear your safety
equipment!" he said.
With the importance


of split-second decisions
motorcyclists often must
make, even the slightest
impairment can affect
a biker's judgment and
lead to disaster, Traylor
said.
"The worst thing
you can do is drink and
drive," Traylor cau-
tioned, "but on a motor-
cycle, it's crazy. There's
just no other way to put
it."
Traylor offered one
last bit of advice as he
smiled in anticipation
of his birthday bike ride
this past-Wednesday:
"Just ride safe and en-
joy it!" he said.

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T-ball team wins B3 Semipro football
District title team debuts


B5


techTalk


WEDNESDAY,
JULY 9, 2008


LOCAL GOLF
FOXWOOD COUNTRY
CLUB
His & Her June 28
A Flight
1. Donna/Mike Bouchard
68
2. Jenny/James Conley
70
3. Judy/Bill Beard 71
4. Beck/Tim Fink 73
B Flight
1. Audrey McWaters/
James Yagow 77
2. Marcy/Thomas Church
80
3. Heidi/John Blair 82
4. Nancy/Don Breitbach


Thursday Lowball
July 3
1. Gene Henderson, Mac
Henderson, Jesse Dennis,
Don Widmaier -9 *
2. Archie Perez, Gene
Kester, Brian Kamrowski,
Alan Parsons -6
3. Gail Zwirblia, Bob
Zwirblia, David Hinnant,
David Smith -6

His & Her July 5
A Flight
1. Pat/Dean Martin +9
2. Janice/Lavaughn
Dorman -1
3. Judy/Bill Beard -2
B Flight
1. Dee/Steve Sparkman
+11 -
2. Debra/Tommy
Henderson -3
3. Gail/Bob Zwirblia -3.,

Sunday Lowball July 6
1. Keith White, Bo
Belanger, Ferrell Sasser -9
2. David Smith, Bill Ward,
Jon Prohaska -9
3. Don Kearney, Ron
Boisjolie, Jesse Dennis, Terry
Tillman -7
4. Dale Middleton, Ben
Keen, Lavaughn Dorman,
Janice, Cheatham -5

Thursday Lowball
The next Thursday
Lowball is Thursday at
8 a.m. Call 682-2012 for
details

Sunday Lowball
The next Sunday Lowball
is Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Call
682-2012 for details.

His & Her
The next His & Her is July
19 at 8 a.m. Call 682-2012
for details.


Foxwood Florida
Lowball tourney
A Florida Lowball tour-
natent will be held Aug. 1
at Foxwood Country Club.
Registration is at 11 a.m.
The tournament tees off at
nobn. Cost is $45 ($30 vfor
Foxwood members). Lunch is
included. Door prizes will be
awarded. Four-person teams.
Pre-register at Richbourg
Middle School. For details, call
689-7229.


Crestview Lions
golf tournament
The Crestview Lions Club
Charity Golf Tournament is
July 26 at Foxwood Country
Club. Proceeds will help local
residents receive needed eye-
glasses and eye examinations.
Cost is $50 ($40 for Foxwood
members). Registration is at
7:30 a.m. Shotgun start at
8:30 a.m. Lunch provided by
Uncle Bill's Family Restaurant.
Hole sponsorships are avail-
able. Format is four-person
Florida Lowball. For details
about the tournament or
about the Crestview Lions
Club, call 682-2012.


Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Above, a group of Crestview youths played a practice game during
soccer camp. At right, Young players practice
balancing the ball during soccer camp drills.




Getting their








Soccer camp starts

youngsters off on the right foot


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Recre-
ation Department soccer
camp ended July 2, but
not before more than 20
youngsters had plenty
of fun while learning the
game.
Soccer hopefuls ages
4-11 were under the watch-
ful eye of veteran coach
James McDermott, who
was leading the camp for
the third year.
McDermott said 26 kids
signed- up and between
19 and 22 attended every
day.
"We could probably
handle 40 kids fairly eas-
ily," he said.
McDermott wasn't
alone in working with the
kids. A handful of local
high schoolers also offered
tips.
Working with such a
broad age range can be,
tricky, but McDermott is
an old pro when it comes
to conducting a camp.
"We do a big warm-up
with all the kids, and then
the 4- and 5-year-olds go
off by themselves, and
we play some games with
them.
"I break it up with the
six and sevens, eight and
nines, and 10 and 11s, and
work on different skills
playing different games."
McDermott's strategy
for the youngest camp-
ers was to keep things fun
while getting them used to
the flow of the game. For
the older campers, he had
to keep things challeng-
ing.
"What they are doing is
moving a lot and getting
soccer movements down
where they go slow and
then they have to go fast,
and then they have fun.
"The 11-year-olds -
they can learn all sorts of
decent moves, and they
seem to enjoy that. The
little guys, you just want
to keep them going, but
See KICKS B2


Above, players go after the ball at camp. At top, Instructor James McDermott
explains his timed drill to the 4- and 5-year-old class. At center, Charlie Williams
runs after the ball during soccer camp drills.


I br i e f s f r


Randy Dickson / Crestview
News Bulletin
Heritage Plantation PGA
teaching pro Jeff Marks pops
a pitch shot into the air.


B21


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GOLF TIPS

from the pro

Pick the right
times to pitch
and chip

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson
In a perfect world every
golfer would be on the green
in two shots
r,,' P on the par 4s
and putting
for birdies.
What do you
do when your
second shot
(or a great first
shot) comes
Jeff up short of the
Marks green on that
par.4?
In this week's Golf Tips
from the Pro, Heritage,
Plantation PGA teaching pro
Jeff Marks talks about pitch .
shots and chip shots.
There are a lot of situations
for the pitch shot or chip as
you get close to the green.
Pitching is more of a
two-lever swing. When you
go back there is more wrist
swing, which is going to give
you more height in your take-
away (from the ball) and more
height in your shot. When you
are chipping it's less of a lever
system and we try to keep
the wrists somewhat firm with
hands in front.
Chipping for most people
is going to be from 20 yards
in. Outside of 20 yards we
need a little bit of wrist hinge
to get more power and hit
down on the ball.
Let's say the shot is a little
bit longer and you have about
40 yards to get to the pin.
You have the bunker in front
of the green to a downhill
pin. You have to look at your
terrain around the green and'
what you have to work with,
You want ball carry, but you
don't want any roll because
the green is going to slope off
once it hits.
So we want to hit it real
high and have it stop right
away. In this situation a 60-de-
gree wedge is great because
the more loft you have, the
better off you're going to be.
To hit this pitch shot nice
and high, unlike chipping, we
are going to play ball slightly
forward and you can play it
anywhere from the middle of
your stance to a ball forward
or so. We are going to set a
little of.our weight on the left
side (right side for left-hand-
ers). I'm going to open the
wedge very slightly.
Pitching a lot like chipping,
only the ball is a little more
forward. Where it differs a little,
bit from chipping is, because
we have a little longer shot,
we are going to hinge our
wrists a little more in the back-
swing, but the same principles
still apply.
You want to feel like your
lead hand is hitting down on

See GOLF B2


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SPORTS


PC I 21 Ct',irp AI Mcni N IwBuIIetin


WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 2008 -


KICKS
continued from B1


they warm up with the
big kids, and it works out
pretty good."
McDermott noted per-
haps the biggest weakness
of American soccer play-
ers is the ability to dribble
through the defense and
score.
"A lot of coaches are
worried about winning at
a young age and passing
and kicking the ball," he
said. "We should be con-
centrating on letting the
kid dribble and have fun
with the ball. That's when
they are really going to


learn how to play soccer.
"I'm sure guys like
(hockey legend) Wayne
Gretzky and (basketball
icon) Michael Jordan were
a bit of a ball hog when
they were little, so let
these guys be a little bit of
a hog. Let them all dribble
the ball and get the con-
fidence of dribbling and
scoring."

Did you attend the Twin
Hill soccer camp? Tell us
your favorite part by posting
a note at crestviewbulletin.
coln.


Ann Spann /Crestview News Bulletin
Joseph Conrad learns new skills at the city of Crestview
summer soccer camp at Twin Hills Park.


GOLF
continued from B1


the golf ball. So it's hinge, hit
down and hold on the follow-
through, and the ball takes off
nice and high.
It depends on the terrain
as to when you will go with a
pitch shot or a chip shot.
If I'm five feet off the green,
and the grass is gnarly in
front, I won't putt it. I. might
even take a lob wedge to get
it over the high grass.
When you are playing a
golf course that the grass is
cut down nice and short, you
can putt it from 20 feet off the
,green. For example, at the
British Open you'll see people
putting from 75 yards down
the fairway because it's so
windy and you have so many


undulations on the green.

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@crest-
viewbulletin. corn, or mail it
to Randy Dickson, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview
32536. Please slug e-mail
"Golf question." Watch video
versions of these tips at crest-
viewbulletin.com. The com-
plete archive of Jeff Marks'
golf tips also is available at
crestviewbulletin.com. Type
"Jeff Marks" in the search
window.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview 6U T-Ball All-Stars won a coach-pitch district tournament and finished fourth in the Dizzy Dean state
' tournament. Font row: Manager Nate Fowler, Coach Opie Watt, Head Coach Jeff Fowler, Coach Mark Seagle and
Manager Bryson Cooper. Middle row: Trevor Moran, Cade Kootsouradis, Rudy Blackshear, Mason Cooper, Cade
Johnston and Maggie Fowler. Bottom row: Carter Shackleford, Avery Dauphin, Dallas Stone, Dallas Bass, Jackson Watt,
John Mark Seagle and Christopher Cox.




Crestview 6U All-Star team




finishes fourth in the state


Special to the News Bulletin

Sometimes kids are sold
short. Adults often think
kids can't handle and do
big things.
The Crestview 6U T-
Ball All-Stars proved that
kind of thinking is crazy!
The All-Star "Dawgs"
had one week to go from
t-ball to coach-pitch, learn
to play.on a bigger field
and get used to keeping
score. A difficult task, but
the players proved their
mettle and proved they
definitely deserved the
title "All-Star."
The Dawgs got four
good practices in and then
traveled to Gulf Breeze
on June 15 for the Flori-
da Dizzy Dean District 1


tourney.
They opened the tour-
ney with a resounding
17-2 win against the Tiger
Point All-Stars. With the
win came a second game
(they played back to back)
in the hot sun against the
Perdido All-Stars. The
Dawgs again showed they
were the better team with
a 22-13 win.
Crestview traveled back
to Gulf Breeze on June 18
for what it hoped would be
a one-game championship
round. The Dawgs needed
just one more win to claim
the title. Their opponent,
the Perdido All-Stars,
would need two wins.
The two-day break
proved to be almost as big
a problem as Perdido. The


Dawgs started slowly.
Crestview stayed tough,
listened well, played hard
and battled from behind
to win the game 21-20.
The Dawgs trailed by four
runs entering the bottom
of the final inning.
"It was so cool to see
these kids actually battle
and pull through," coach
Jeff Fowler said. "They
all listened and tried, and
most importantly they
had fun!
. "It was so cool to see
these kids grow as a team.
Our first practice was re-
ally tough, and I think
everyone's expectations
... well, let's just say we
didn't expect to do that
well. But they really jelled,
and. at this age the most


important thing they can
do is listen, they did, and
they won. That simple!"
The All-Stars competed
in the Florida Dizzy Dean
State Tourney in Gulf
Breeze during the last
weekend of June, where
their efforts resulted in a
fourth-place finish.
"I think they were just
ready for summer," Fowler
said. "Even in defeat, they
had smiles and everyone
had a blast. I'd say it was
a very successful AU-Star
season! Congratulations
to these boys and gal."

Submit results from your
little slugger's summer ball
action by sending an e-mail
to kylew@crestviewbulletin.
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Maryland tourney

Special to the News Bulletin

Ten Crestview-area
wrestlers traveled to Salis-
bury, Md., for the NHSCA
National Wrestling tour-
ney during the last week-
end of June.
The Bulldog wrestlers
grappled against the best
in the country from
elementary-age wrestlers
through college and open
wrestlers with high
hopes of being All-Amer-
icans.
"What a great experi-
ence for these kids in prep-
aration for next season,"
Crestview High School
coach Jeff Fowler said.
"We've worked hard to get
our program to a high lev-
el, and these kids continue
striving. Too cool!"
The Bulldogs ran into


Special to the News Bulletin
From left, these Crestview wrestlers took part in the NHSCA national tournament: Cody
Smoyer, Kyle Miller, Nate Fowler, Thomas Bortner (third place), Xander Fowler (third
place), Jeff Fowler (top eight), Colin Smith, Justin Mitchell and Danny Johnson


some stiff competition in
Maryland, but all wrestled
tough. Crestview wrestlers
finishing as All-Americans
(top eight) were: Walker
Elementary student Xan-
der Fowler (third place),
CHS alum Thomas Bort-
ner (third place), and Jeff


Fowler (top eight).
"Yeah, I got this crazy
urge to lace up the shoes
and compete and actually
impressed myself," Jeff
Fowler said. "After not
wrestling competitively
for over 11 years and be-
ing so sick the last few
years I actually wrestled
four matches, got a win
and a pin, went to the
second period twice and
wrestled a full six-minute
match. I couldn't lift my
arms for a couple days,
but it was fun. I look for-
ward to doing this more
often and actually getting
on the mat and practicing
with the team this coming
season.
"I was impressed with
everyone's effort this week-
end. Ultimately we didn't
come back with the results
we wanted as a team, but
I cannot complain about
how they battled and the
experienced gained. We'll
be much better for it!"


Live for Love
A few of the wrestlers


decided to compete in
tribute to Coach Fowler's
wife, Carrie, who passed
away May 27.
The wrestlers .pressed
"Live For Love Carrie
- 5-27-2008" on their sin-
glets.
"Oh- man, when I saw
that on Cody Smoyer's sin-
glet and then realized a few
others had done it as well
... man, these kids are just
so cool!" Fowler said. "I
love them all so much and
appreciate that they ap-
preciate the love I have for
Carrie and that they want
to honor her. Way cool."
The CHS wrestling
team will have the
same words and design
pressed onto its warm-
ups for the 2008-2009 sea-
son.
"Carrie was such a huge
part of our program and
cared so much for these
kids," Fowler said. "It will
be a cool way to memorial-
ize and honor her."

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 2008 SPORTS


SEC leads in another category: live mascots


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

When University of
.Georgia mascot, Uga VI,
'died recently there was an
:outpouring of sympathy
for the beloved Bulldog
:that had represented the
school since 1999.
In a matter of two
.days, ESPN.com had
more than 300 comments.
:The ajc.com Web site,
:hosted by the Atlanta
Journal Constitution had
More than 600 posts from
people sharing their
'thoughts about the stately
,dog's death.


Most of the comments
expressed respect for
Uga and sympathy for
the Seiler family that has
shared its pets with the
Bulldog nation since 1956.
Others have wondered
whvly people are mak-
ing a big deal out of a
dog. I can only conclude
the people asking those
questions aren't fans of
Southeastern Conference
football or they don't love
dogs.
A quick Internet search
showed about 35 colleges
and universities still use
live mascots. Some of the
most prominent are in


the SEC.
LSU's tiger, Mike, is a
fixture outside Tiger Sta-
dium. Mississippi State's
bulldog, Bully, has been
around more than 70
years. Bully makes Uga
and Smokey, who first
appeared at University of
Tennessee games in 1953,
seem like puppies.
Throw in an eagle for
Auburn, (the school's
nickname is Tigers, but
the fans' battle cry is
"War Eagle") and the SEC
has a big lead in the live
mascot population.
It makes sense to leave
some mascots, such as


Florida's Gator, as a per-
son in a suit. I don't think
too many of us would
want to grab a wild ga-
tor although my best
friend's son, a recent
graduate of Florida's en-
vironmental engineering
program, once snuck up
on a gator and temporar-
ily grabbed its tail.
South Carolina's
Gamecock might be a
little less intimidating
than a big reptile, but
the thought of a fighting
rooster doesn't give me
the same warm fuzzies as
a friendly dog.
Then again, I wouldn't


want to climb in a cage
with a tiger, either.
I know LSU football
would be LSU football
without Mike. The same
could be said of Ten-
nessee football without
Smokey or Georgia
football without Uga,
but something would be
missing.
There is something
about a mascot leading
the team to the stadium
or onto the field.
The bark or howl of a
dog or roar of a tiger can
incite fans into a thunder-
ous frenzy.
College mascots often


are the most beloved
representatives of their
respective institutions.
I don't believe in rein-
carnation, but if I did, I
would hope to comeback
as a college mascot -
preferably Smokey.
I can't think of a bet-
ter way to live than to be -
well-fed, loved my mil-
lions and best of all, have
a prime spot at the stadi-
um where I can "watch"
the game.

Which college mascot
would you want to be?
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Evening soccer
camp
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department will be
conducting an evening soc-
cer camp July 28 to Aug. 1 at
Twin Hills Park.
The camp is open for
children ages 4-14. It will be
led by veteran coach James
McDermott.
Coat of the camp is $20.
Pre-registration by July 24 is
required.
Campers should bring their
own soccer ball

Baker JV
Players grades 7-9 inter-
ested in playing on the Baker
junior varsity football team are
-encouraged to join the Gators
in their morning workouts.
Workouts are from
:7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at
-Baker School.
For more information
contact head football coach
Bob Kellogg at the Baker field
house.

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
U6, U8, U10, U12 and U15;.
Football is open to ages
6-11 with divisions for ages
6-8 and 9-11.
Cheerleading is for those
12 and younger.
Cost for each of the 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 Saturday until
all divisions are filled.
Registration will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon at the
CHS football field house. For
-information call 398-8409 or
e-mail: ContactCAYA@gmail.
com

12U baseball
tryouts
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 12U baseball
,team will hold tryouts July
26 at the Baker Area Youth
Association complex. Youths
who do not turn 12 until May
1, 2009, are eligible. For de-
tails, call (850) 902-6237 or
visit nwfheavyhittaz.wetpaint.
com.

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on July 12 at the Fort Walton
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Entry fee for the double
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invest their time and skills in
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The Senior Center at
Old Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Blvd. in Crestview hosts
low impact aerobics every
Monday from 9-10 a.m. A
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Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview Heat, a
semi-pro football team has
been established here in
Crestview.
The team was created in
October. The first game is
scheduled for July 19. The
team practices and plays
its home games at the
Davidson Middle School
field.
The Crestview Heat' is
dedicated to being a quality
organization and establish-
ing a positive relationship
with the community and
surrounding areas. This
will be another way for
fans and, their families to
enjoy sports entertainment
while nurturing the growth
of a semi-pro football team
for the Crestview area.
The team also will offer
another avenue for players
who would like to continue
playing the sport they love.


Special to the News Bulletin
Members of the Crestview Heat semipro football team gather after a recent practice.


Some of these players may
have the skill to move on to
the Arena Football League
or even the. NFL. Others
want to play for the love of
the game.
The Crestview Heat
semi-pro football team is in
the North American Foot-
ball League (NAFL), which
maintains a national pres-


ence with more than 120
teams. Communication is
maintained within its four
conferences, eight regions,
32 divisions and its almost
6,000-plus members.
The new team is look-
ing for sponsors. Contact
Marzelle Jefferson at (850)
305-6083 if you would like-
more information.


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Ttrip Crest'. iew H-eat semi-
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Another car was incorrectly identified as Fowler's in the July 2 edition of the
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techTalk Make the Mac switch


Making sense of the computer wars


Greg Allen
Crestview News Bulletin

"Hello! I'm a Mac."
"And I'm a PC."
If you've seen any tele-
vision in the last few years,
you've undoubtedly heard
these words in Apple ad-
vertisements for the Mac
personal computers. If you
haven't, you might need
cable or satellite television
installed under your rock.
The witty commercials
often poke fun at sore
spots most Windows PC
users face. Luckily, PC is a
great sport. He never gives
up trying to better himself
to outdo Mac.
Since Apple began
these advertisements a few
years ago, and since the
iPod line of devices has
been taking the world by
storm, many consumers
are remembering the "fruit
that could" from late last
century. Thanks to some
very clever marketing and
great products, Apple is
becoming a household
name once again.
:The debate spanning
decades between com-
puter geeks and the-not-
so-geeky alike spawned a
broad chasm between Mac
and PC users, or more spe-
difically, Windows and OS
X users. In the past, each
side had equally valid
points and arguments.
I Since PCs were cheaper
to build and Microsoft's
Windows operating sys-
tem was so popular, an
overwhelming number
of computer users were
)n Windows by the mid-
1990s. Many computer
owners today don't know
other options exist besides
what comes pre-installed
on the computer they pur-
chase from an electronics
store.
Apple spent several
years climbing back up
the brand name ladder.
The company is confident
once someone "makes the
switch" from a PC to a
Mac, that someone will be
a Mac user for life.
Clever marketing
aside, what really makes
a Mac that much differ-


ent than a PC?
Here's a few points I've
found in my personal ex-
perience.

No blue screen
of death
If anyone tells you a
Mac doesn't have prob-
lems, they're lying. If
someone says Macs have
drastically fewer problems
and much less potential ,
for problems, they are tell-
ing the truth.
There are many reasons
for the stability of a Mac.
First and foremost, a
Mac is built for itself. Ev-
ery part inside is tuned
specifically to work with
all the other parts. A Mac
is more like a console com-
pared to the patchwork
mentality of PCs, where
parts are supposed to
work together but end up
arguing with each other.
Secondly, a Mac's oper-
ating system, dubbed OS
X that's 0. S. Ten is
extremely stable. Prob-
lems inside OS X often
are solved easily by run-
ning a simple diagnostic
or by restarting a process.
It is very rare that a Mac
needs to be restarted or
crashes. In the four years
I've owned and worked
with Macs, I've seen a full
crash only twice. Even
after those crashes, restart-
ing the machine fixed the
problem and a third party
program turned out to be
to blame.

The perfect anti-virus
A huge benefit to mov-
ing to a Mac is not having
to worry about malicious
software like viruses and
adware.
That isn't to say Macs
are immune to malicious
code. There are viruses,
trojans, exploits and ev-
erything else that will hurt
a PC roaming the online
world just waiting for a
fresh copy of OS X. The se-
cret is there simply aren't
nearly as many that will
affect the Mac.
Malicious code authors
want to infect as many
computers as possible.


Windows is the most used
operating system, so an
overwhelming majority
of malicious code is writ-
ten for it. Code written for:
Windows will not work on
OSX.

Anything you can
do, I can do too
For a very long time,
the main argument against
owning or using a Mac
was the Mac lacked a huge
amount of software options
PC owners enjoyed.
Today, this isn't the
case. With a continuously
growing developer base
and independent and
corporate programmers
turning to OS X, virtually
any software found on the
PC has a counterpart on
the Mac. Even Microsoft
has released software suites
for OS X. Since OS X is
written specifically for the
predetermined parts found
inside most Macs, software
can be coded more effi-
ciently than'in a Windows
environment.
Apple's recent endeavor
to switch over to Intel
processors for all Macs
has attracted even more
attention from developers.:
This switch makes it easier
for developers to translate
code from established'Win-
dows programs to work
with OS X.
The main software genre
still absent on the Mac plat-
form is computer games.
Game companies with al-
ready massive budgets of-
ten cannot warrant the de-
velopment of two versions
of a release. However, more
developers are steadily
pursuing OS X compatible
versions of their games.
Intel Mac owners also have
the option to install Win-
dows XP or Vista on any


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Intel Mac, which will run
any game just as well as a
traditional PC.,

It's not Windows Vista
It seems everywhere
you turn, someone is bash-
ing Vista. In reality, Win-
dows Vista is maturing into
a pretty decent operating
system, but very few con-
sumers are willing to spend
the money required for a
machine that will run Vista
as smoothly as needed. Vis-
ta requires a very capable
machine to run properly.
Also. developers are
proving to be extremely
slow at writing drivers
- files telling a computer
how to use a peripheral
- for older devices. Vista
has been out for well over
a year and many users still
are seeking fixes that will'
allow previously bought
components to work with
it.
The same is still some-
what true for the Mac, but
TI- y r y i ru i a p1--


drivers that will communi-
cate with most devices.
OS X is a very fine oper-
ating system. In fact, many
of the features in Vista
seem to be lifted straight
from OS X. The main draw
for most OS X users is the
simplicity of usability. You
don't have'to be a com-
puter nerd to learn how to
use it well.

Prices have dropped
Mac prices are famous
for being above the aver-
age consumer's budget.
Yet since Apple has been
penetrating the market
more and more, Mac prices
are amazingly low for the
powerful computers being
sold. An important thing to
remember is that all Macs
come with the iLife suite
of applications that allow
video editing, photo orga-
nization and touch-ups,
music recording, editing,
composing and organiza-
tion, and more. It's a great
value I find hard to resist.


PC saturated world while
I choose to work and live
on a Mac can be frustrat-
ing at times. Often the
fault lies with lazy devel-
opers who only acknowl-
edge a PC-centric world
and give no thought to
those choosing a different
platform.
Yet I've never enjoyed
using a computer so much
before and have never felt
safer online. I have more
time to use my computer
instead of babysitting it,
keeping it safe from virus-
es or fixing it all the time.
Windows is a great
product, but a lot of
knowledge is required to
keep it running properly.
OS X may be a better solu-
tion for those not so famil-
iar with how a computer
works.
Using a Mac is a world
apart from using a Win-
dows PC, but with time
and patience, you should
find it easier to perform
tasks on OS X.


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serving Northwest Florida, with Steve Cole at the BBB's
"Operations Bootcamp."

BBB communications

director honored


Special to the News Bulletin

Karen Szulczewski,
Communications Direc-
tor with the BBB serv-
ing Northwest Florida,
recently graduated from
Operations Bootcatnp in
the Council of Better Busi-
ness Bureaus' Professional
Development Program.


- The BBB Professional
Development program has
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BBB training. The Opera-
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Zoom Groom is a service
foryour dog or cat. Laura Lee
Ray, company owner, has a
state-of-the-art, customized
grooming van that takes the
stress out of grooming your
pet. The self-contained van
has the facilities to offer all
the usual services offered by
a shop, without you having
to drive to one.
Laura is a certified all
-breed dog and cat groomer.
She studied at the Pedigree
School of Professional Dog
Grooming in Tucson, Ariz.,


and was a groomer in sev-
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Calif., before marrying her
husband, Richard, an Air
Force noncommissioned
officer. During Richards's
assignments to Germany
and the Netherlands, Laura
groomed the pets of mili-
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maintaining her training
and education while raising
four children.
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Bridgeway provides
training to police
Bridgeway Center, Inc.
looks forward to train-
ing the Crestview Po-
lice Department for two
days in July on crisis re-
sponse to violence, Baker
Act, Marchman Act, and
the role of Law Enforce-
ment in responding to
the needs and behaviors
of the mentally ill and/
or substance abusing in-
dividuals in our commu-
nity.
Dr. Julie Harper, a psy-
chologist and director of
the Psychological Testing
and Evaluation Services
Senior Program, will
present first-hand profes-
sional experience on cri-
sis response to violence
from events of mass ca-
sualties in other areas of
the country.
Beverly Barbarisi, li-
censed mental health
counselor and Forensic
Community Relations
director, will provide
insight from her years
of working within the
boundaries of the Florida
Statutes on mental health
and substance abuse.
This training is an
effort to ensure officer
and individual safe-
ty in crisis situations
and is an outgrowth of
the more extensive 40-
hour Crisis Intervention
Training provided in
April by Bridgeway Cen-
ter, Inc.'s professional
staff to Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office deputies,
investigators and dis-
patchers.
Torres joins
Tastefully Simple
organization
Corina Torres of Eg-
lin A.F.B. has become an
independent consultant
with Tastefully Simple,
Inc., a national direct-sales
company featuring easy-
to-prepare gourmet prod-
ucts.


As h consultant, Torres
offers the company's gour-
met foods and beverages
to guests at home taste-
testing parties. Guests re-
ceive samples, easy meal
ideas, recipes and serving
suggestions.
For more information
about Tastefully Simple
products, taste-testing
parties or the business op-
portunity, contact Torres
at cmtoo962003@yahoo.
com.

Equity workshop
slated for July 22
The public is invited
to attend a free real estate
workshop titled "Equity
on Ice Dealing Wisely
with Home Equity" on
July 22 at 6 p.m. at 1270
N. Eglin Parkway in Shali-
mar.
Let experts at ERA
American Realty of
Northwest Florida, Inc.
show you how to prepare
'a cash flow .analysis for
each investment property
you may be considering.
Learn how to calculate
tax-savings and tax-de-
ferred income, as well as
cash-on-cash return on
your investment. Bring
your laptop to this infor-
mative workshop.
Space is limited and
seats are reserved. Call
(850) 651-2454 to reserve
your seat today. Ask for
Linda Randes.

Learn more about
finance at FWB
The Money Club will
hold its monthly meeting
at the Fort Walton Beach.
Public Library on July 24
at 6:30 p.m. There is no
cost to join the Money
Club, and it is open to
anyone who wants to
understand more about
their financial situation.
Topics include attitudes
toward money, identify-
ing strengths and weak-
ness, sharing informa-
tion or working together


to find information, and
supporting one anoth-
er's journey. For details
about The Money Club,
visit http://money-
clubs.com or contact the
library at 833-9590.

SBDC workshops
scheduled for July
The UWF Small Busi-
ness Development Cen-
ter at 401 E. Chase St. in
Pensacola is offering the
following workshops:
"Record Keeping in
Small Business," July
14, 16, 21 and 23 from 6
to 9 p.m. at a cost of $55
for the public and free
of charge for UWF stu-
dents and faculty who
present a Nautilus card.
Attendees are asked
to bring a calculator.
They will learn how to
keep records, develop fi-
nancial statements, asset
depreciation schedules,
and understand tax re-
cords.
"Guide to IRS Re-
source Tools for Small
Business," July 17 from 6
to 9 p.m. You,.as a busi-
ness owner, are liable for
the information that is
placed on your tax return
even if a tax profession-
al prepares the return.
Learn how the use of free
IRS resources can help
you save money. Free
workshop.
Details: (850) 473-7830
or visit www.sbdc.uwf.
edu online and click on
"training."

Check out your
termite contracts
Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson is urging
homeowners to take
the time to investigate
and educate themselves
about pest control com-
panies they may be
considering for termite
protection. His warning
comes as some areas of


the state are experienc-
ing drywood termite in-
festations.
Subterranean termites
cause the majority of
damage to homes, but
drywood termites can
also be destructive. Since
drywood termites do not
need to maintain chn-
tact with the soil, thl
should be treated by
tent fumigation or ligr
uid treatments applied
directly to the infested
lumber. Licensed pt
management profession-
als have the expertise-to
inspect buildings apd
treat them to prevent an
infestation or provide
treatment when the in-
sects are found.
Termite control com-
panies are required to
provide written cs6l-
tracts before treating for .
termites and to clearly
inform customers as '"f
what type of termites
their contract cover,
subterranean, drywood,
or both.
Homeowners al]o
need to read the fine
print arid find out exacq-
ly what the contract cov-
ers. The contract should
specify what the comw-
pany Will do to protect
your home and whether
they will treat, re-treat,
or repair any damage f
a termite infestation 6t-
curs. Pest control comp -
nies are legally obliga3'd
to abide by the termsnf.
the contract.
-Consumers can con-
tact the department :'at
(800) HELPFLA or (800)
435-7352 to find but
whether a pest control
company is properly li-
censed, to find out'how
many consumer com-
plaints have been fil'ed
against a particular busi-
ness and to learn about
the various types of ter-
mite control contracts."
For more information
about termite protection,
visit www.FloridaTer-
miteHelp.org.


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Legal # 100409
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACfTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-002546
DIVISION: FILE NO.:
F08036680
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
-TRUSTEE FOR THE
:STRUCTURED ASSET IN-
VESTMENT LOAN
TRUST 2005-9,
Plaintiff,-
vs.
ANNE E. BARNES
A/K/A ANNIE E.
MCPHERSON et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANNE E. BARNES
.A/K/A ANNE E.
MCPHERSON
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5823
'PINECREST ROAD
CRESTVIEW, FL 32539
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
,ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES


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American Concrete
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Replacements, Sidewalks
Bobcat Work. Free est.
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Also Bobcat work.
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Cell 826-1672


CLAIMING BY, As Deputy Clerk
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE Florida Default. Law
HEREIN NAMED IN- Group, PL.
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- P.O. box 25018
ANT(S) WHO ARE Tampa, Florida
NOT KNOWN TO BE 33622-5018
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN- IMPORTANT
KNOWN. PARTIES In accordance with the
MAY CLAIM AN IN- Americans with Disabili-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, ties Act, persons with dis-
HEIRS DEVISEES abilities needing special
GRANTEES, OR accommodation to partic-
OTHER CLAIMANTS ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
LAST KNOWN AD- ministration at 101 James
DRESS: UNKNOWN Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL. 32536-3515;
CURRENT ADDRESS: telephone number
UNKNOWN 850-689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that proceeding. or Shalimar
ana action to foreclose a 850-651-7497
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in IMPORTANT
OKALOOSA County, In accordance with the
Florida: Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
LOT 5, BLOCK abilities needing special
1HILLTOP ACRES, AC- accommodation to partic-
CORDING TO THE ipate in this proceeding
PLAT THEREOF ON should contact Court Ad-
FILE IN PLAT BOOK ministration at 1250 N.
2 AT PAGE -146, IN Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
THE OFFICE OF THE FL. 32579; telephone
CLERK OF CIRCUIT number 850-651-7497,
COURT OKALOOSA prior to the proceeding.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
07/02/08
has been filed against 07/09/08
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, _
on or before August 7,
2008. on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff;s attorney, whose Legal # 100409
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite IN THE CIRCUIT IN
300 Tampa, Florida ANDFOR
33634 and file the origi- OKALOOSA
nal with this Court either COUNTY FLORIDA
before service on PROBATE DIVISION
Plaintiffs attorney or im- CASE NO..
mediately thereafer; oth- 08-CP-643C
erwise a default will be
entered against you for IN RE: ESTATE OF
the relief demanded in MARGARET G. ASHLEY
the Complaint or petition. Deceased.
WITNESS m hand and NOTICE TO CREDI-
seal of this Court on this TORS
26 day of June, 2008. .
SThe administration of the
Don W. Howard estate of MARGARET
Clerk of the Court G. ASHLEY deceased,
By: Kitty Sims File Number
"i ..,08-CP-643-C is pending


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in the Circuit Court of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida Probate Division, the
address of which is 101
E. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and,
address of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low. I


Legal # 100
IN THE C
COURT OF 1
JUDICIAL Cl
FLORIDA
FOR OKA
COUNTY C
46-2008-C
WASHINGTO
TUAL BANK,
Plaintiff


All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons vs.
having claims or de-
mands against ASHLEY H.
decedent's estate, m'clud- ET AL,
ing unmatured, contin- Defendant.
gent or unliquidated
claims with this court NOTICE
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER TO: ASI
THE DATE OF THE BARKOCY
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR LAST KNC
30 DAYS AFTER THE DRESS: 2352
DATE OF SERVICE OF VIEW FT.
A COPY OF THIS NO- BEACH FL.3
TICE ON THEM. BLVD OF C
All other creditors of the SHALIMAR FL
decedent and other per- If alive and
sons having claims or de- parties claim
mands against by, through,
decedent's estate, includ- against A.
ing unmatured, contin- BARKOCY ar
gent, or unliquidated having or
claims, must file their have any rig1
claims with this court terest in the
WITHIN 3 MONTHS scribed hereir
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA- YOU ARE N
TION OF THIS NO- an action foi
TICE. of Mort .a.e


ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
July 2, 2008.


Attorney for Persona;
Representative:
Bill Parker-FI/bar/no.
134450
P.O. Box 1131
Crestview, FL. 32536
850-682-4820
Personal Representative:
Eugene D. Ashley
43 White Heron Lane
Richmond, Hill, GA.
31324
07/02/08
07/09/08


Legal # 100411
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
2008-CA-5


MBBC LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.


GARY L. CLARK; ME-
GAN E. CLARK; and UN-
KNOWN TENANTS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given
that, pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
entered in the
above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida, I will sell
the property situate in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, described as:
LOT 3, EASTWOOD
SECOND ADDITION,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4, PAGES)
69, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash,
at the South front door of
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James
Lee. Blvd. East in Crest-
view, Florida at 11:00
a.m., on July 30, 2008.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale other than
the property owner must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.


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We deliver & install. Exp. Tree Trimming and Clerk of Cir
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TOWARD
cuit Court
Donald
k


412 along the said curve and
centerline a distance of
:IRCUIT 81.53 feet (chord bear-
THE FIRST in North 25 degrees.
IRCUIT OF 32'00"; West chord dis-
IN AND tance of 80.75 feet) to
LOOSA the P.T. of said curve;
ASE NO.: thence North 39 degrees
A-1839 S 19'00" West, along said
centerline a distance of
)N MU- 187.28 feet, more or
less to the Southerly,
R/w/ of Mooney Road
(existing county road)
and the terminus of this
centerline and descrip-
BARKOCY; tion. All lying in Section
36, Township 1 South,
Range 24 West,
Okaloosa County, Flor-
)F ACTION ida. Bearings based on
South line oFSection 36.


HLEY H. has been filed. against
ou and you are required
)WN AD- to serve a copy of your
2 TWIN BAY written defenses, if any,
WALTON to it on Cheryl L. Burm
2547 835 Attorney for Plaintiff,
HAMPIONS whose address is 2901
. 32579 Stirling Road Suite 300,
Fort [auderdale, Florida
if dead, all 33312 on or before Au-
ting interest gust 14, 2008, and file
, under or fhe original with the
SHLEY H Clerk of this Court wither
nd all parties before service on
claiming to Plaintiff;s attorney or im-
ht, title or in- mediately thereafter; oth-
property de- erwise a default will be
in. entered against you for
the relief demanded in
OTIFIED that the complaint.


lowing described prop-
erty:,
Commence at the South-
west corner of Section
36, Township 1 South,
Range 24 West; thence
East along the South line
of Section 36, to the East
line of Government Lot 5;
thence North 797 feet,
more or less, to steel pipe
marker; thence continue
North 199.25 feet to
steel pipe marker; thence
West 202.41 teet to
Point of Beginning of the
tract herein conveyed;
and from Point of Beginn-
ing co West a distance
o100 feet; thence South
176 feet, more or less, to
the Point of Beginning;
thence North 147.6 feet
or to the Point of Beginn-
ing.
Together with a 25 foot
Easement for In-
gress/Egree, Utilities and
Drainage in Section 36,
Township 1 South Range
24 West Okaloosa -
County, Florida said
Easement lying 12.5 feet
side of the following de-
scribed centerline:
Commence at Southwest
corner of Section 26,
Township 1 South Range
24 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida; thence
South 89 degrees
05'00" East along the
South line of said Section
36, a distance of
2,649.24 feet to a pipe
and brass cap being the
South one-quarter Section
corner per 1937 govern-
ment resurvey; thence
North 01 degrees
18'30" East, along the
line dividing government
Lots 5 and 6, a distance
of 996.06 feet to a point
on-the South right-of-way
of Twin Bay View (25
feet, ingress easement);
thence North 88 degrees
58'40" West along said
South R/W a distance of
402.41 feet; thence
North 01 degrees
01'20" East, a distance
of 12.50 feet to the Point
of Beginning of centerline
herein described; thence
South 88 degrees
58'40" East along the
centerline of Twin Bay
View (25 foot easement)
a distance of 445.72
feet to its intersection
with the centerline of
Twin Bay Drive (25 foot
easement) Thence North
11 degrees 49'00" West
along the centerline of
said Twin Ba Drive a
distance of 350.86 feet
to the PC. of a curve
concave to the West,
having a radius of 16.87
feet and a central angle
of 27 de rees 30'00";
thence Northwesterly

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RECYCLE
TODAY!


WITNESS my hand and,
the seal of this Court this
3 day of July, 2008.
DON. W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act,, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114 SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If -hearing im-
paired, contact "TDD)
009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
This is an attempt to
collect a debt. Any
information ob-
tained will used for
that purpose.
07/09/08
07/16/08


LEGAL # 120058
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE
NO.2008-CA-00346-
C
FRANK F. DETTLOFF,
JR. and FRANK F.
DETTLOFF, II,
Plaintiffs,
v.
ANNIE LOUISA
RYAN, HER ESTATE
and any known and
unknown heirs and
HAROLD V. RYAN,
III, the only Known
living heir.
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
If you are an heir of
ANNIE LOUISA
RYAN, YOU ARE NO-
TIFIED that a complaint
has been filed against
you in the Circuit Court
of Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida to quiet title on cer-
tain real property which
was formally owned by
Annie Louisa Ryan, and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses to said com-
plaint, if any, to:
Mark Welton Attorney
for Plaintiffs WELTON &
WILLIAMSON L.L*'C.
1020 Ferdon blvd. South
Crestview, FL 32536
on or before August 7
2008, and to file the
original with the Clerk of
this Court, at the
Okaloosa County Court-
house, Crestview, Flor-
ida, either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or


immediately thereafter, or sonal Representative Single white male 70
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26 day of June, 2008. tentative Box 876, Crestview FL
SW. d 07"/02/08 32536, or call "(850)
Don W Howard 07/02/08 689-8038
Clerk of the Court 07/09/08
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk a
07/02/2008 ]1 o 1AGO
07/09/2008
07/09/2008 Divorce without Chil-
Legal # 120059 dren $95.00, Divorce
with Children $95.00. l r0
NOTICE OF SALE FOR With Free name change NWE W uODA
STORAGE documents (wife onry)
HOUSEHOLD GOODS and marital settlement
BELONGING TO THE agreement. Fast easy
PARTIES NAMED BE- and professional. Call FI lII
LOW AND USTED BY (888)789-0198.
UNIT NUMBER WILL
BE SOLD AT PUBUC LOST DOG
SALE BY DAY'S CASH REWARD
PAC-RAT MINI- 1120 Hamlet is his name.
STORAGE AT THE Scared dog ran away
MINI- STORAGE LO- from SoutN Crestview
CATED AT 2510 S. a B home during storm, He
FERDON BLVD. did not have his collar
CRESTVIEW, FLA, AT .-' X on. He is terrified of.
9:00 A.M., July 16, W thunder. 55 Ib staf-
2008 U NLESS fordshire terrior/ bull-
CHARGES ARE PAID dog mix. White body
IN FULL BEFORE THE brown head with a
TIME OF SALE. brnwn nnt on his


NAME: CYNTHIA A.
GLIESCHE
UNIT # 74


NAME:
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UNIT # 37


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07/02/08
07/09/08
Legal 100407
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.:
08-CP-462
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SIDNEY JOSEPH MAR-
TIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The ancillary administra-
tion of the estate of SID-
NEY JOSEPH MARTIN
deceased, whose date of
death was January 2
2008, and whose Social
Security Number is N/A
is pending in the Circuit
Court For Okaloosa
County, Florida 32536,
The names and ad-
dresses of the ancillary
personal representative
and the ancillary per-
sonal representative's at-
torney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claim with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (21
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
July 2, 2008.
BEN L. HOLLEY
P.O. Box 1238
Cresiview, FL 32536
850-682-2336
Attorney for Ancillary Per-


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Crestview Logistics/Transportation
Lots Dog Multi-Family
Female Yorke on Earl Yard Sale Driver Trainees
Kennedy Rd, Crestview. July 11th & 12th Needed
Needs meds. Call 7am-2pm No CDL? No Problem!
682-1972 205 Jones Rd Earn up to $900/wk.
Clothing toys some fur- Home weekends with
nature, household items, TMC. Company en-
ect. dorsed.CDL Trainin.
Crestview 1-866-280-5309
S Yard Sale Medica h
Ju 10th 12th Medical/Heath
I am -until
k / 5505 Brackin St. Exp. CNAs
S(Stwillwell) Needed at ALZ. ALF in
.t Real nice desk, Lots of Crestview. PT, All shifts.
misc. 423-1228
PETS & ANIMALS -
2100 -- Ps Crestview Medical/Health
2100 Pets Yard Sale
2110 P es: ree toe Sat 7am-1 lam Medical Asst.
2120- Pet Supplies 5928 Wind Trace Rd, off for internal medicine
2130- Farm Animals/ of Old Bethel. practice in Crestview.
Supplies Crestview Hrs: 8am-7pm Mon-Thurs
2140- Pets/Llvestock YARD SALE Exp. preferred. Call
Wanted Sat. Jul 12 7am Until 682-6143.
2150 Pa Memorials 2203 3rd Ave. Turn by Web ID #27815022
car wash near CHS) Fur-
^ f ^ niture, baby items, bed & --
^^ bath, kitchen appliances, Wr|Ji Trfl A
clothing & much morel fJI[
Crestview
ew C a^ Serendiity Salon is
Yard Saleu1 looking for a new stylist
r V at. July.12th to join our team. all
f JU 7am-1pm Kris( n for interview
365 vest First Ave. 689-1122
Furniture, baby items.
Jack Russell ups Crestview
$175. current shots & res
worm treatments. Call Yard Sale "
683-1586 or 225-8248 Sat. July 12th 4.130
587 East Robinson Ave. 100 WORKERS
Something for everyone NEEDED
B i --Assemble crafts, wood
Crestview items. Materials pro-
. .Ya rdSalel vided. To $480+/wk.
2110 Sat. Juy 12, 7am Until, Free information pkg. 24
1525 lexas Pkwy. Hr 801-428-4649
Free to special home. TUPPERWARE Attend Collee Oline
Lovi Caits also 6 weekNew Catalo monthly
old ittens 826-2589 New catalog, o from Home Medical,
olT. . seal replacement or- *Business, *Paralegal,
e_ r__ -er. (all Jackie *Computers, *Criminal
/ 682-4305 Justice. Job placement as-


I MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts S 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
3240i- Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instrumments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)





All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1607

Clock, Clock movements
Antique Furniture, Hand-
crank phonographs, Mu-
sic boxes, White marble
furniture tops, 3 hp
Briggs & Stratton engine
Sm. air compressor Call
689-6600





Race Car Toddler Bed
$75. Thomas the Train
Toddler Bed $150. Both
with -mattress/ plywood.
683-0678








NEW T0AY
Crestview
ESTATE/MOV-
ING SALE
Sat. July 12
7A.M. Until?
164 NORTH AVE.
Nice Oak! Bedroom
set, China Cabinet
Dining Table & 6
Chairs, Oak Buf-
fet/Hutch Cedar
Chest, iVY Toolsl Band
Saws, Table Saw, Drill
Press, Miter, Hand &
Yard Tools Collectibles
Vintage 7-Up Adv
Clock, Nippon Coffee
sets & Plafes, R.S. Ger-
many, Lefton, Bavaria,
Glassware & Tankards
Housewares washer &
dryer, Freezer Convec-
tion Many Estate &
WE'RE OUT-A-HERE
Itemsl


NEW TODAY
Crestview
Garage Sale
3077 Border Creek Road
2 Days 6:30 A.M. to 3
P.M. Airport Road off of
Hwy 85, go about 1/4
mile, turn into Brooke Es-
tates and make first right.
Books; Videos; Clothes;
Shoes; just too many to
list.

Crestview
Moving Sale
252 Ridge Lake Road
Saturday 12 July
8 AM until 2 PM
West of Bob Sikes Ele-
mentary School
Table Saw, Misc. Furni-
ture, Home Decor', 12
speed bike, little bits of
everything...

Crestview
Multi- Family
Yard Sale
Sat. July 12
7am- 12pm
1351 E. James Lee Blvd.


CCW Classes/
Shooting, Range
Call 850-537-9610
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Do you Experience Anx-
iety? There are answers
in this book. Buy and
read Self Analysis by L.
Ron Hubbard. Price
$15.00. Hubbard Dia-
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(813)872-0722 ~ E-mail
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Carrier 2 ton
Heat Pump
Condenser i
$400 ,
Call 850-305-6739 or
850-305-8035



Buildings for sale
"Beat next inc easel"
20x30x12 $4900.
25x40x14 $7900.
30x50x14 $9085.'
35x56x16 $13 200.
40x60x16 $16,900.
50x140x19 $47,600.
60x100x18 $37000.
Pioneer since 1 80...
(800)668-5422.



Bunk Bed, $100, sepa-
rates to two twin beds.
* Home Interiors
"Construction Vehicles"
room decor w/2 lamps,
call for info. 537-9144
For sale 4 Burial
Plots $5200. or 2 for
$2600.in Live Oak Park
Memorial Cemetery.
682-8535
Gas dryer, works
great, $75 OBO. Double
Eed box springs and mat-
tress. Good sape, $75
OBO.Vanity, $30 OBO.
428-1867 ,
Repair all brands of
laptops & desktops. Low
price. Quik turnaround
682-3912



Backyard
Nursery .
Opens 1st Saturday of
each month through
October 8am-2pm.
I have 4000 annuals &
perennials. Go to
mariesgarden.com and
click on Bonnie's Garden
for list &,.directions. Email
bshipman7@cox.net
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EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information

4100


NEW TODAY
Child Care
Now hiring for August.
Patient and Caring FT
Toddler and Pre School
Teacher. Experience pre-
ferred, required 45 hour
DCF training a plus.
682-7319 lic
#C01 0K0071
EARN $1000-
$3200/mo
to drive new cars w/ads.
www.AdCarJobs.com
Experienced Lawn Main-
tenance person who
knows how to operate
weed eaters, mowers
hedge trimmers & small
equipment.Contact Kim
682-5739 or 259-7287

Local Auto Body Shop is
in need of a clean up
person. Duties include;
property, shop & auto
clean up. Mon. thru
Thurs. 8am-6pm, Friday
8am-Noon. Wages are
7.50hr. Call for an inter-
view and ask for Ruth
Ann 423-0691


distance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call
(866)858-2121,
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Been Out of luck?
Been out of a job? We-
can help. 3 weeks CDL
training, New classes
starting weekly. Spon-
sorships available. Call


(866)577-2369.
CDL-A Drivers: Expand-
inq Fleet offering Region-
a170TR runs. Outstand-
ing Pay Package. Excel-
lent Benefits. Generous
Hometime. Lease Pur-
chase o6 '07 Peterbilts.
National Carriers
(888)707-7729
www.nationalcarriers.com
Driver- CDL-A. The
Grass is Greener at PTL.
Students with CDL Wel-
come excellent training
Co. Drivers Earn up to
464pm Owner Opera-
tors Earn 1.414pm 22yrs
of age, 12mos OTR. No
Forced Northeast! Co.
Drivers call:
(800)848-0405
SO.Operators call:
(877)774-3533
www.ptl-inc.com.
Drivers: 13 Drivers
Needed Sign-On Bonus
25-42cpm Earn over
$1000 .weekly Excellent
Benefits. Need CDL-A & 3
mos recent OTR
(800)635-8669.
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Start a New Career as a
Nationally Certified
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program. No Experience.
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5100- Business
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REAL ESTATE FQR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanlted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 -Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacalion Rentals


6100
Crestview ,- For lease
Commercial Space 798-
A&B S. Main St.
682-2735
For Lease, All newly re-
modeled Commercial
Space. 294 N. Main St.
Great Location!
682-2735
For Lease, Newly Re-
modeled Commercial
Space 176-178 S. Indus-
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I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
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Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
-- Century21 2 CG. Brand new, Ia
NEW rODAY' MoultonRealty fenced yard covered
682-3849 + DD. 850-683-4104
2 or 3 Bedroom Apts. Rentals: Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
Crestview area good Crestview- 3 2 BA
location. 682-2529 0 622 Long Dr plenty me. ro$1om0. orses
3 br 1 ba $525+dd call Scott 546-1192
Crestview- 1 br apt, 3205 Male Ave.
698 Kenneth Ave. Com- 1 br, a, $675+dd
n oets.$350mo br 2 be $800mo+dd T A
682-3166 *e- 220 Water Oak
3 br 2 ba $850+dd
39 Joh'n Kind Rd restview 4br, 3ba,
3 br 2 ba $875+dd new home, 3000sf, on
S, 1 .0 Kle oane corner lot. Redstone.
NEW 3 br, 2 ba $900+dd $2000mo. 642-4822
1434 N. Purl St
Crestview lbr, newly 3 br,2 ba $950+dd rn Y
modeled CH&A 0513 WingS an Way
WS&G incl no smoking 3br, 2V2ba $i.000+dd NE
ets 3 $5. 'r't Crestview- 865-7777
978-0050 3 br 2 ba, $1100+dd Crestview- 865-7777
278 Ato a Trail Rick Epperson Realty LLC
3 bb i2 br, ba, $1125+dd 2br, 2ba $600
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba, 2413 Halt Moon 3br, Iba $625
uiet gated no pets 3 br 2 ba $1200+dd 3br, 1.5ba $750
mo/$5Ode 12 3br,+ 2ba $800
mo lease re5q. C month Two 3br, 2ba $950
free rent. 585-1574 Coadwell Banker unted
ree rent_ Realtors 117 Courthouse Crestview Beautiful
Terrace, Crestview Fl 4br, 2.5ba, 2cg, 2550sf
Crestview Inn 32536 (850)689-1515 large deck, pets ok, Old
Motel $35 daily, $165 or 1850)682-5922 Bethel Estates. $1650/
weekly, Furnished effi- *307 Walnut Ave, 1br, mo. 420-7400
ciency $200 Weekly. 1 ba 700sf $425 triplex
$6004 weeks. '5 Walnut Ave 2br Crestviewhouse for
Call 682-4466 1ba, 900sf, $500 end rent 5 br, 2 ba brick
unit Wut house, new remodeled,
309 Walnut Ave 2br hardwood/tile, very spa-
1ba 900sf, $500 encious largekitchen
nai b0sr, $1000mo/$100dep.
.1 ..0 U 1 2385 Susan Dr. Base- Pets neg. Call 902-1299
mentor apt., 1br 1ba, Crestview
... 1052sf, $595, utils incl. Rent to own 3bd 2bac
rl M A YIl 0 238 Runnymeade Dr. Nice house in Crestview.
NUiW IU "- 2br 1.5ba, 930 sf, Credit problems OK. Call
$660, interior unit 1 8 8 8- 2 0 6- 4 6 4 9
Crestview 2br 1V/2ba 05321 Steele Road, 3br, ext.1675
TH, large covered back 2ba, 1780sf $625, pets
porch, fenced yard. with approval, Baker Downtown Cresview
50/mo. 699-087 440 le Drive 3br 2br, block Window unit
2ba, 10 4sf, $79, pet all elec.. $460+51D
CrestviewTownhous allowed w/approval 682-8483 or 865-3421
Cretview Townhouse 132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
3 BR, 2.5 BA, 1500sf, 2ba 1071 s, $795 Pets n
850-398-3311 ,262 Swaying Pine Ct W TO,-
3br 2.5ba, 1 309sf
l $799, End Unit TH Janet Johnson
1111 T' *,306 Feldon Dr 3br, Realt Inc.
lIIZB~ ^ ~2ba, 1200sf, $860, no a, Inu.
6140 pets allowed. E ual Housing
*1562 Texas Pkwy 3br, COportunity,
S___ 2ba, 1109sf $825 no d'o onn
NUW TOO I pets 1st month rent free 6 -18
SH W *-- -0274 Swaying Pine Ct- a
3br 2.5ba, 1,415sf, Baker S..
American Realty $820, new townhome 0 5760 Monroe St
0268. Swagin Pine Ct 3 1bd/2 be; $800
of Northwest 3br. 2.5a 1415sf 0 1112 Countryiving Rd
Florida, Inc. $850, 'ew townhome 3 bd/2 ba; $950
682-4822 or 0.2904 Orchidcrest Dr., e
.651-5717 EHO 4br, I lba, 1600sf, $850 Crestview
651-5717 EHO 0 116Hampton Dr
pets allowed w/approval 116 Pton-Dr
5591 Hwy 393 2br, 0270 Swaying Pine Ct- b216VrgDa iStO5
1ba $550 br 2.5ba, 1,528sf,,*21, baorg6 50
612 E. Lee Ave. 2BR, $8i5, new townhome 2bd/1 baV50
2BA, $550 .272 Swaying Pine Ct /1704 1st Ave
*865 Brett St. 2br, 3br 2.5ba, 1,528sf, 3 bd/1.5 b ; $700
1.5ba $6502 T $85, new tbwnhome 0 202 Vgrinia7St
529a Seminole Tr. 3br, 050 Abbey Rd. 3br,2ba 2 bd/1 .5 a; $700
1ba, $700 1165sf, $875 cathedral 134 Swaying Pine Ct
0 3347 Shoal Creek Cv. ceilings in master bed 3 bd/2.5 ba; $825
3br 2ba $795 02385 Susan Drive- 06451 Moonl htLn
Q 178 2 waying Pine Ct. house 3br, 2ba 1640sf 3 bd/2 ba; $85
3br, 2.5ba $800 $895. 10% military dis *6458MoonlhtLn
S2455 Starmount Dr. counter free monthsrent 3 bd/2 ba;.$95
3br 2ba $825 109 Steeplechase Dr. 3 046, Jillian Dr
0 725 Edney Ave. 3br, br, 2 ba, 1025 sf, $875, 4 bd/2 ba; $1050
2ba, $825 1 month free rent to mili- 0 662 oonliht n
06110 Sonny Ln 3br, tar 3 bd/"2bar $1T50
2ba, $875 2813 Mohican Way 05442 E Brook Dr
03112 Skyhawk Dr. 3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $950 b/ 2 b; $1200
3br 2ba, $845 South of 1-10 0 211 Rapt.r Dr
66219 Winstead Rd, 0507 White Oak Lane 4b /2 b.;a1200
3br, 2ba, $875 3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995, 0493 Jillian sr
103 Aqua Dr. 3br, first month's rent free 4 bd/2 ba; $1250
2ba, $875 8146 8th Ave, 3br,
0 39 Ashley Dr. 3br, 2ba 1355sfo $C000 nVr,
2ba, 895 military discounted o
59U2 Meadow Ln 4br, rent to $950 0,'W -
2ba,$895 01819 Waterway Lane, ,
S 202 .-Cabana Way 3br 2ba 1420sf, $995, Janet Johnson
4br, 2ba, $925 no 'ets allowed, Baker Realty, Inc
0 218 Lustan Dr. 3br, 0 238 Tiffot Ct. 3br, 2ba _ya Hosin
2ba $975 1620sf, $995, no pets Equal housing
4702 Whitewater Ln. 01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br Opportunity
4br, 2ba $995 2ba, 1758sf, $1075 2-1800
0 5104 Whitehurst Ln. lar fenced back ard 2-1800
4br1 2ba,$1025 o 2b8 Citadel Lane, 3br, Ba ker
S2186 Hagood Lp 3br 2ba 1970sf, $1100 no 5760 Monroe St
0 903 Pinellas Dr. 3BR, 41 80/Be Buck Trail, 3 bd/2ba; $800
2BA $1000 4br 2ba, 1823sf 1112 CountryLiving Rd
107 Trenton Ave, 4br, $1215 no pets allowed 3 bd/2 ba; $950
3b, $1050 0336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba Crestview
bl 12 Waterway Dr. 1901sf $1195 military 116HamtonDr
3br, 2ba, $1050 discount ...... a ,55
12 Courtney Ln. 4br, 05262 Clint Mason Rd. 2 bd/61 ba i$550
2ba $1050 3br 2 5ba, 1878sf 216/1Vrgibnia S
0 144 Indian Tr. 3br, $1400 pets allowed with 2 b 1 a; $650
2ba $150 *1704 1st Ave
0 715 Presscott St 3br 642/Territor Lane 4br 3 bd/15 ba; $700
2.5ba $1200 3ba, 3031sf 1500 mil- 2/21 gi, 00St
0 104 Musko9ee Tr. tary.1 free month rent 2 bd/.5;: Ct$700
3BR, 2BA, $1300 650 Territory Lane 4br, 0 134 Swaying Pine Ct
0223 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba, 3ba 3004s, $1675 ,~ / .51 Monht Ln
$1400 $200 military discount/ 3 bd /2 ba t Ln
6377 Havenmist Ln. month 6 58 Moon t Ln
4br 2ba $1395 For further information 3 648 Moon ht Ln
0 109 airway Ct 3br and to apply online, 3 bd ; $9
2ba,$600pease visit our website 0 ,4 J12i .n.Dr
DeFuniak Sprins pats wwwbcburpmdcom / 662be$15
68 A Twin Irees, 2br, at b .com .06 htLn
lba $475 Crestview 3 Br 2 ba 3 bd/ 2 ba; $1150
0 68 C Twin Trees 2br, newly remodeled, sets on 0 5442 E Brook Dr
ba, $475 1 acre lot in a country 4 bd/ 2b; $1200
68 D Twin Trees 2br quiet neighborhood. b211 Raptor Dr00
]ba $475 $795. mos + $795. dd 4 bd/z2ba; $1200
0 1004 N. 20th St. 2br, Call 682-1265 493 Jillian Dr
lba $525 4 bd/2 ba; $1250
1046 N. 20th St. 2br, Crestview 3BR/2BA
1ba $525 Near schools, fenced
lb14 N. 20th St. 2br, yard. $700. mo.+ De-
1ba, $525 posit Call 682-9335 or Match
S1190 N 20th St 2hr 865-5106


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$27,500. Call
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$99,500

902-7525


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With over 30 years experience
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that best suits your situation.


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Teel & Waters 7200- TImeshare
SReal Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
S204 Booker St.
,500 2 br, 1 ba TD-
S3819 Golden Acres
!$750 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg NiM ---
S2520 Sunset Dr
800O 3 br, 1 V2 ba, 1 cg Crestview 3BR 2 BA
603 Moss Drive Brand new, appraised at
875, 32/2 $165,000. sell for
391 Riverchase $139000. alliances
11200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 g, incl. call 682-558
No pets
All Pro erties require a Crestview- by ownerI
credit ceck, 1 yr lease, only $3750 down, $756
no inside smoking Pet mo+tax & ins. 3br 2ba
fees are non- refundable. FL room, Ig covered
Call Debra Frost rch, newly upgraded.
682-6156 Windsor 'rive -
..__..._____ Take Auburn. Rd to
Why Rent? You can Tanse, left to Windsor.
buy $3750 down & Call 78-7104, Niceville
$750 Pl. See Crestview NO FORMAL
house For sale. QUALIFYING


New 3br, 2ba house
|L h6160 in nice area of Crest-
Roommateview. Chair Rail, lots of
Roommate to share ceramic tile, cathedral
3br 2b, brcl hous ceiling in kitchen and
$450mo includes all utili- reat room
ties cable. Call $122,500. Cal
682-7869 682-1759 or
682-5321. Joseph Bar-
G S B bley Registered General
Contractor.
Cresiview
2br, 1ba MH. in north Rent to own 3bd 2ba
Crestview clean, large Nice house in Crestview.
yard $600/mo. Credit problems OK. Call
682-0470 Call Mon. thru 1-888-206-4649 ext.
Thur. after 5pm. Fri & 1675
Sat. call anytime.

LO LOOK
NEW TO A'Y Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
Baker 3BR/2BA, 651-0987
Sec. 8 approved $550. -
m. Call t 5374380 .-


NFW TODA1 Navarre ~
"E-W T 2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
S2150sf home on large
Crestview 3BR/BA natural lot. '9' ceilings,
on 1 acre lot, newly re- separate living & dining
modeled. $ 0 i rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
mo/$650. dd Call whirlpool .tub and sepa-
758-7488 rate shower in master
'~- bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
Crestview 2 bedroom terfront neighborhood.
mobile home. No pets Priced to selF at the re-
850-682-1972 duced price of $260K..
---- Call 850 261-0322, or
S685-8048 leave msg.
Ner T0DAlY/ Naylor Realty
Afforda le Housing
Crestview- 2 r1I ba, DeFuniakSpringsUSA.com
mobile home $ mo 8m
+dd. No pets. 682-8867
leave message

Crestview quiet clean
3br 2ba, 1216sf, large 1 acre lots vacant or
secluded lot close lo with home. Auburn area.
town. Pets negotiable. Call 850-240-0890
Lawn care. $750/mo +
dep. 850-423-0967
For Lease or Sale: NW TODAY
2BR/1 BA mobile home
on 2 acres in Holt area. 5 Lots in Millian 50' X
$500. mo; Dep. & Ref. 140' $90,000. Call
Call 850-499-7412 682-5588
Holt Lake Homesites from
3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4 Bd 2 Ba $24 900 Clarks Hill Lake
Call Scott 546-1192 on GA/SC Border. Excel-
S lent financing available.


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7- 7160
6x80 Redmond 3bd
2ba dishwasher stove
ef.washer/ dryer, AC
excellent cond. must be
noved $17,500.
228-466-5283 or
682-2033
Crestview 2br, 2ba on
2 acres, CH&A. Owner
financing $3000 down
$500 mo 682-8483 or
865-7777


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Colorado Ranch Fore-
:losures 100 Acres lust
$59,900 Other ranches
available Year-round
oads, access to utilities.;
Excellent Financing Avail-
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X.4289
www.FLlovesCO.com..
How about Tennessee?
For a list of available
lake & mountain homes &
properties call Lakeside
Realty toll free @
(888291-5253 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
Lake Properties from
ust 9,900 Lake Gun-
ersvile, Scottsboro AL.
Mdrina, gated entrance,
u/ utilities. Buy now,
bund later Excellent fi-
nancing available




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RECREATIONAL
8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110-Cars I "
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles.
8130-Trucks
8140-Vans
8150,- commercial
8180- Motorcycles
8170 "Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats '
8220 Personal WatercrAdt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Mrine
Supplies
8310 Arcraft/Avlation
8320 ATV/Off RoadVehicles'
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Ford Focus 2001 Good
Cond. $3800.
902-3247

Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
95K miles. Great condt-
tion. Excellent car
$6000. Please call
240-4145
Mercedes R350
'06 Black ext./Tan Int,
Navigation, Panorama
Sunroof Rear DVD Play-
ers, 40k Hwy miles, Exc
Int Cond. $35,500.
850-585-8000





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12 Passenger
Van
Ford E350 1999
Great cond, Tow Pkg,
Rear Air, Exc for large
group/family, 87k mi-
call 803-3537.
$7350 OBO.

GMC, Van 1997.
$3500 OBO. 1994
Chevorlet Box Truck/
Van, $3000 OBO.
682-5509



HONDA
4-wheeler 450 Foreman
S, 2003. Very Nice
oaraell Ket $3606
obo. Call 850-892-4224




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