Crestview news bulletin!
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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 2008
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008

Today's Forecast
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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
This bus was carrying Walker Elementary third-graders to a field trip in Pensacola when it was involved in an accident
on Interstate 10. Fourteen students and four chaperones were taken to the hospital as a precaution. A teacher and
the bus driver were lifeflighted to hospitals with serious injuries

'I'm deeply thankful'

Walker bus

Brian Hughes
and Ann Spann
.Crestview News Bulletin

The Walker'
principal's story
One day after the
Wednesday accident
involving an Okaloosa
County school bus trans-
porting a class of Walker
Elementary School third
graders to a field trip,
Walker Principal Jeanine
Kirkland said the school
and community "have so
-much to be thankful for."
- "The school district
:really rallied to support
our school, parents and
children," Kirkland said.
"From (Superintendent
of Schools) Dr. Alexis-
Tibbetts to our local
principals and support
personnel, everyone was
A school district psy-
chologist was at the
school soon after the ac-

cident to speak with stu-
dents and was also there
on Thursday, according
to Kirkland.
"I am deeply thank-
ful for our children being
safe and well. I'm also
thankful for the good Sa-
maritans on the road and
emergency personnel
responding so quickly,"
she said.
"Our parents have
been wonderful and have
all looked for the good in
this," Kirkland added.
Kirkland confirmed
the students were wear-
ing their seat belts on the
"Absolutely," she said.
"That's why we have so

much to be thankful for
this morning."

The board
member's story
District 4 school board
representative Cathy
Thigpen arrived at Walk-,
er Elementary School at
10:20 Wednesday morn-
ing shortly after hearing
about the accident.
She stayed until 3.30
"I am much better
today," Thigpen said.
"When I first walked in
Walker School yesterday,
I had that sick feeling of
'what next?'
"'It went so smoothly,

I was just blown away,"
Thigpen continued. "You
never know in crisis how
people are going to re-
spond, but yesterday at
3:30, there were a lot of
tears and sighs of, 'We
did it.' When that last
kid goes home you just
Nine of the children
in Lynda Woods' class
- one of the classes on
the trip - were back in
school Thursday.
Thigpen said the
school district immedi-
ately -dispatched coun-
selors to Walker to talk to
children and teachers.


Doolittle event

stirs memories for

Crestview resident

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The homecoming event
scheduled for Jimmy
Doolittle's Raiders in Fort
Walton Beach today has
stirred many memories for
Crestview resident Ernes-
tine Barker.
Barker, then Ernestine
Mapoles, was a 17-year-old
supply clerk at Eglin Field
in early 1942. She never
imagined the historical
importance of the events
she was witnessing as she
pecked out work orders on
an old manual typewriter.
"We knew that it was go-
ing to be big and with all
the tech order changes that
it was something special,
but it was never discussed,"
Barker explained.
The previous year had
been a memorable one for
young Mapoles. She gradu-
ated from Crestview High
School in the class of 1941;
She had completed courses
at a Tallahassee business
college by the fall. Around
the same time she met a

Speical to the News Bulletin
Ernestine Mapoles Barker
and Sgt. Bill Barker were still
newlyweds when this photo
was taken in June 1942.
young airman named Wil-
liam Barker at the USO in
Crestview. The U.S. entered
World War II in December
after the Japanese bombed
Pearl Harbor. A few weeks
later, she celebrated her
17th birthday.
"Everybody in the world
was working a civil service


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Does your dad drive all
over the Panhandle and
beyond to help you get to
your many activities?
Send your thanks to
your dad to the Crestview
News Bulletin/Ritz Gaso-
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test, and you could win a
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Tell us in 100 words
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Get your parents permis-
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your entry to our office.
Please include your e-mail
or phone number -so we
can contact the winners. ,
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Contest entrants should
be age 14 or younger. One
entry per child. Multiple
entries from one house-
hold will be accepted,
but only one entry per
household can win. Entry
deadline is June 12. All es-
says will be printed in the
June 14 print edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin,
one day before Father's

Summer camps are going beyond the bonfires and bug bites

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Now that school's al-
most out for the summer,
area kids can keep out of
trouble at their choice of
camps, both traditional
and decidedly not so.

Crestview Art Camp
Immerse your kids in

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Outdoors skills, crafts and activities are enjoyed at regional
. church-run camps, which add a religious component to the
program. See page 3 for a story about a great one.

the joyous, creative world
of the visual arts. Media
will include tie-dying,
clay sculpture and paint-
ing. June 16-20, daily, 8
a.m. - noon, for children

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ages 6-12.
The $75 tuition benefits
the CHS art department:
Lessons will be held at
Crestview High School,
Room 352 (entrance on

the bus ramp). For infor-
mation, call Laurel Siwicki
at (850) 689-7177, x2520, or
cell (305) 310-2838.

Chautauqua Theatre
Music & More
The company that pre-
sented recent student
theatre hits including The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow

and High School Musical
continues its Music and
More Dance and Move-
ment Workshops daily
from June 16-20.
Workshop One (Grades
3-5) meets 2-3 p.m. Work-
shop Two (Grades 6-8)
meets from 3-4 p.m. Work-
shops are at the Florida
Chautauqua Theatre, 840
Baldwin Ave., DeFuniak

Springs. Call" (850) 892-
9494 for information, or
e-mail info@fcweb.org.

OWC Youth Theatre
Learn theatre skills and
performance arts from
professional instructors in
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008

Backup plan for well replacement OK'd --,..--. -
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The City of Crestview
Public Works Department
has a plan - and a back-
up plan - for the replace-
ment of Well #1.
The Crestview City
Council during its meet-
ing Tuesday night unani-
mously approved a site at
the Old Spanish Trail Park
as a backup site for the
emergency replacement of
the well.
Public Services Director
Wayne Steele said the proj-
ect engineer has concerns
that the current Well #1
near the downtown area
could be ruled as too close
to an existing Gulf Power
"The engineer asked for
an alternative site in case
the (current) site is not ap-
proved," Steele said. "If
we can't do it where Well
#1 is, this would be the al-
ternate choice."

Other business
* The council ap-
proved by a 4-1 vote a
second reading of an or-
dinance that will rezone
9.64 acres of land on P.J.
Adams Parkway just west
of State Road 85 from

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.Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Charles Baugh was sworn in as the newest member of the Crestview City Council on
Tuesday. Moments after being sworn in, Baugh told those in attendance, "I love all the
things about this city, and you've got a guy that's working 24-7."

business general to com-
mercial. Bob Allen was in
* The council unani-
mously approved an or-
dinance to implement
the stipulated settlement
agreement between the
city and the Florida De-
partment of Commu-
nity Affairs concerning
amendments to the city's

comprehensive plan.
* The council unani-
mously voted to allow the
Okaloosa County Super-
visor of Elections office
to hang voter awareness
banners in downtown
Crestview. prior to the
2008 general election.
* Charles Baugh was
sworn in as the Precinct 3
representative prior to the

regular meeting. Baugh
will complete the term of
the late Brenda Bush.
* The meeting was
moved from its regular
Monday date because of
the Memorial Day holi-

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Crestview officials thank helping hound's handlers

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Police Chief Brian
Mitchell and Mayor David Cadle
took some time Wednesday to thank
members of the Okaloosa Correction-
al Institute security force whose K-9
comrade Pee Wee was instrumental
in capturing an escaped fugitive.
A multi-agency manhunt earlier
this month ultimately led officers to
Taurean Xavier Proch, 25, who was
hiding in a swamp off Old Antioch
Road. Pee Wee was instrumental in
finding the defendant.
"It was because of them we were
able to locate the guy," Crestview Po-
lice Lt. Joseph Floyd said.
"That's what makes law enforce-
ment work; when they all come to-
gether for a common cause," Cadle

Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Chief Brian Mitchell, left, and Mayor David Cadle, right, thank
members of the Okaloosa Correctional Institute security force whose K-9
comrade Pee Wee was instrumental in capturing an escaped fugitive.

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Forgiveness is the remedy for one'

Forgiveness is the rem-
edy for guilt. A sense of
guilt about one's sinful
nature is often a factor in a
person's coming to Christ.
In 1974, I accepted Jesus
as my Lord and Savior.
I came to Him simply
because of the guilt that I
felt. Little did I know He
would immediately for-
give every sin I had ever
In Psalms 103:12, Da-
vid wrote, "As far as the
east is from the west, so
far hath He removed our
transgressions from us."
That was very hard for
me to believe since I knew
the sinful person that I
was. After 34 years, I still
struggle with sin trying to
overcome my faith, and
yes, I still deal with guilt.
That does not change the


The Rev. Donnie

fact God has forgiven ev-
ery sin I have committed
by my simply asking Him
to forgive me.
Full provision for
forgiveness already has
been provided by God for
all persons prior to their
asking for forgiveness or
accepting it. Jesus died on
the cross as the perfect,
complete and only sacri-
fice necessary to free every
person from sin.
You don't need to plead
for forgiveness or try to
impress God that you are
worthy to be forgiven.
The Bible says our

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"righteousness is as filthy
rags,"'so we cannot count
on our worthiness. You
need to accept and receive
what God has provided
through His Son, Jesus
Christ. When you ask
for forgiveness, God
freely and unconditionally
grants it.
I John 1:9 says, "If we
confess our sins, He is
faithful and just to forgive
us our sins, and to cleanse
us from all unrighteous-
ness." (KJV)
Furthermore, you can't
do anything that will im-
press God to forgive you
on the basis of your mer-
its. His blameless, sinless,
perfect Son has already
died on your behalf. What
more could you possibly
do? You don't need to die
on a cross to be forgiven.
Even if you did so, you
aren't a perfect, sinless
person. Nothing short of
Christ's death is accept-
able to God as a reason
for you to be forgiven. No
amount of works or chari-
table deeds will qualify
you for God's free offer of

The Rev. Donnie Cadenhead is the second of several local
church figures who will tak6 turns writing the "From the Pulpit"
column. Pastor Bruce Sheffield will write the "From the Pulpit"
column in the June 7 edition of the Crestview News Bulletin.

salvation through Christ
Jesus. Ephesians 2:8-9
says, "For by grace are ye
saved through faith; and
that not of yourselves:
it is the gift of God. Not
of works, lest any man
should boast."
God's forgiveness is
not automatic. You must
accept or receive it. You
do this by coming to your
heavenly Father in humili-
ty, admitting you are a sin-
ner in need of forgiveness,
acknowledging that Jesus
Christ died on the cross on
your behalf and believing
what He did provides the
means of forgiveness for
you. Some people call it an
act of confession.
You might question
why you need to do this if
God has already forgiven
you. The purpose is that
you might know with

certainty in your heart
you are forgiven and then
experience the cleansing
power of forgiveness.
In Romans 10:9-10 Paul
wrote, "That if thou shalt
confess with thy mouth
the Lord Jesus, and shalt
believe in thine heart that
God hath raised Him from
the dead, thou shalt be
saved. For with the heart
man believeth unto righ-
teousness; and with the
mouth confession is made
unto salvation."(KJV)
The aftermath of receiv-
ing God's forgiveness is
to repent (which literally
means to change your
mind) for your past sins
and to make a new choice
to follow in the footsteps
of Jesus and live according
to God's commandments
and statues. The ability
to follow through on this

s guilt

new commitment to right
living before the Father
comes from the indwell-
ing power and presence
of the Holy Spirit, who
joins with your spirit at
the time you receive God's
forgiveness and accept
Jesus Christ as your Savior
and Lord.
Thus, God forgives you
from past sins, and He en-
ables you not to sin in the
If you don't know
Christ as Savior, let me
encourage you to get rid
of guilt by being forgiven.
If you are a Christian, stop
letting the devil tell you
that you are not forgiven.
Remember, it is not about
what you and I have done.
It is all in Jesus Christ
' dying for the sins of the
whole world.

The Rev. Donnie Caden-
head is the pastor of Victori-
ous Life Worship Center, one
mile north of Crestview High
School on State Road 85.
Service times are 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. on Sunday and 7
p.m. on Wednesday.

Summer camp fun with Christian foundation

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

VERNON - Built on
more than 500 wooded
acres outside of friendly
Vernon, Dogwood Acres
offers a plethora of activ-
ities in each of its week-
long camp programs.
Arts and crafts stress
the flora and fauna of the
camp's beautiful, rolling
Washington County lo-
cation. There are tradi-
tional bonfires and sing-
alongs; copkouts; hikes
along Dogwood's sev-
eral well-blazed trails;
swimming in the large,
new pool or in the lake;

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sports including archery,
soccer and volleyball;
fishing; canoeing in the
fishing' pond or lake;
nighttime star watches;
and drama and improve
There's also an "Out-
ward Bpund"-type chal-
lenge course for the
inore extremely inclined
oiitdoorsmran., -.
Plu, there's God.
Dogwood Acres is a
Christian summer camp,
operated by the Outdoor
Ministry of the Presby-
tery of Florida.
Weeklong camps be-
gin each Sunday in June,
July and August, ending
on Friday. Half-week
"intro camps," great for
younger campers, end
on Wednesday.
Join your kids and
wrap up the week at

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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Three of Dogwood Acres' ten cabins. Each sleeps eight
campers, four to a room. A wooden walkway meanders
through the central part of the camp.

Dogwood with Family
Camp. It begins Friday
afternoons and con-
cludes on Sunday.
Campers are welcome
from all denominations
and churches. Tours
of Dogwood Acres are
available before you de-
cide to attend. Financial
assistance is available
for qualifying campers
from low-income fami-

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The healthy outdoor
fun doesn't end when
the kids go back to
school in the fall. Dog-
wood Acres welcomes
church retreats, special
events, meetings, fam-
ily reunions, school
programs, scout trips
and training programs
throughout the year.

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Special thanks for a special day

Doug and.I appreciate the honor
we received from Laurel Hill's Mayor
Dunn, council members and speakers
May 17. Beautiful friends and family
joining us made the reception very
special. We are so thankful for this
city, the people and all the good things
we enjoy in God's country. It has been
an honor to work for the betterment
of our city whenever and wherever
we could over the years.
Ginger Rogers Snyder and
daughter Jordan surprised us at noon
before the reception.
* Actually, I plotted with Ginger on
the surprise! Sons John Rogers of
Fort Walton Beach and Lavonne Rog-
ers of Laurel Hill also attended, as
did Ray (my brother) and Mary Beth
Howell from Pensacola. Karoline
Howell enjoyed seeing John Rogers,
recalling the days he was a passenger
in her school bus.
We appreciated the warm wel-
come by Council Chair Vizell Rob-
bins and prayer offered by Pastor
McVay of First Baptist Church.
Ivy Leaf Florist and Ivy Leaf Tea
Parlor in Crestview owner Elaine
Broom worked her magic with beau-
tiful floral table arrangements and a
huge rose bouquet on the buffet table,
ours to take home! The table florals
were given as gifts to special people
attending. Elaine contributed refresh-
ments to the buffet table as well. The
huge white cake was beautiful and
delicious, served by Tracy Curenton,



Estelle Rogers

Laurel Hill caterer.
We appreciated Pastor Shane
Chessor of Apostolic Life Tabernacle
in Crestview offering kind words on
our behalf.
Former city clerk and our former
pastor, the Rev. Shirley Simmons,
spoke of Doug's time in the office of
Mayor and council terms for each of
us, church and friendship.
I might add that Shirley has writ-
ten a powerful book, A Still Small
Voice. Order by calling (850) 652-4516
or go to her Web page, sistershirley.
com. Now in retirement, hopefully,
she is working on another book.
Mayor Dunn presented us with a
plaque of appreciation and markers
for the gazebo and the equipment
yard fence. The flag pole was donated
by a cousin, Gerry Rogers Bullard.
The stone foot marker was donated
by Doug's sister, Laura Nell Rogers
Harrison, in memory of their brother,
George Rogers.
City manager Tim Bolduc put
together a slide presentation with
beautiful music. We are blessed to
have multi-talented Tim on board as

Photos taken by Mary Beth Howell
are posted at www.laurelhillnow.com

the City Manager.
There were times when I had to
fight the tears back: when Shirley
Simmons brought back so many good
memories; when our friend Devona
Willis spoke from her heart; when
classmate (1945) Velma Haddock re-
called a song we sang in grade school.
Thanks to our city clerk, Barbara
Foley, and water clerk, Crista Shep-
heard, for their warm welcome and
making this day very special for us
and all the wonderful friends attend-
Our community is bursting at
the seams with new growth. The
older generation is passing on, and
tomorrow will bring a new day with
change. Caring and concern is also
passed down to the younger genera-
tion. That is what makes Laurel Hill a
friendly place to raise families, in ad-
dition to the school to attend, fishing
ponds and deer stands in the woods.
Most of all, the freedom to worship
God wherever we feel comfortable.
To God be the Glory for all he has
done for the community of Laurel
Luke 2:52 "Jesus.grew in wisdom and
stature, and in favor with God and men"

SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008

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DOOLITTLE continued from 1

job at Eglin Field during the
war or joining the military,"
Baker said.
Despite her qualifica-
tions, her age prevented
her from securing a good
paying job at the military
"I applied to Eglin, but
wasn't getting anywhere,"
Barker said. "Finally, daddy
called Claude Pepper."
Pepper was a state sena-
tor and good friend of the
Mapoles family. Ernestine's
father, Bill Mapoles, had
served as a Walton County
state representative and in-
troduced the bill creating
Okaloosa County in 1915.
By early January 1942,
Ernestine received a call to
report for work. In those
days it was the way. of
things in West Florida.
Barker vividly recalls
how Doolittle's line chief,
a weathered tech sergeant

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named Steadman, came
to her desk each morning
with a small black book that,
contained the B-25 aircraft
numbers and the tech order
changes for each plane.
"I made out the work
orders and delivered them
to the departments where
the work was to be done,"
Barker explained.
Some of the changes she
recalls on the B-25's include
the removal of the de-icers,
adding extra gas tanks and
replacing gun turrets with
what she remembers as
pieces of dowel.
She watched from the
sub depot, one of only two
hangers on the entire base,
as Doolittle took his men
out on the airplane parking
"He stood, and the men
were in a half-circle around
him," Barker remembers.
"I saw them out there more
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than once."
The rumor that the
planes were headed to the
west coast was the only
other thing known about
Doolittle's mission until
news of the bombing raid
on Japan hit the airwaves.
"We knew exactly what
had happened, that it was
B-25's from Eglin," Barker
The war would, shape
the -lives of many young
men and women across
America. Ernestine was no
exception. She married the
young GI from the USO
and traveled the :world
throughout his military ca-
William Barker entered
the Army Air Corp Cadet
Program, where he .was
commissioned a second
lieutenant. He flew many
combat missions in his be-
loved P-38 in the European

theater, including the Battle
of the Bulge. He was pres-
ent at the liberation of three
concentration camps, a fact
of which he never spoke.
The couple raised four
children and later returned
to Crestview after Bill Bark-
er's retirement at the rank
of major..
Ernestine Barker has
enjoyed many books and
historical accounts about
Doolittle's men during the
66 years since the famous
raid on Tokyo. She often
wondered what became of
the old line chief who teased
her.. about a. date so long
ago, but has never seen any
reference to him. Tech. Sgt.
Steadman's is a story that
has remained a mystery.

Do you remember -the
Doolittle raid? Share your
memories of that time at crest-

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* Children's Summer
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shop, 4 weeks, June 9-July
3, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday
through Thursdays; ages
6 to 13. Participants will
perform skits and act out
scenes. Contact the OWC
Continuing Education
Department at (850) 729-
* Creative Dramatics
program, three weeks,
June 9-26; age 13 through
college. No prior theatre
experience required. Par-
ticipants will stage a pro-
duction of Fiddler on the
Roof on June 26. Contact
Mary Lou Baker in the
OWC Fine Arts Office at
(850) 729-5832.

OCSO Youth Week
, Explore the world of
crime solving with the
Okaloosa County Sher-
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crime scene processing
and patrol techniques.
Enjoy demonstrations by
the Sheriff's Office Spe-
cial Response Team and
K-9 unit.
Youth Week is free and
is June 16-20, 8 a.m. to
noon at Davidson Middle
School. Open to elemen-
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students. Contact your
school resource officer or
Corp. Gary Venuti, (850)
833-3614, ext. 625, or vis-
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Ford returns home

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Special to the News

U.S. Navy Lt. Ma-
lissa Ford is return-
ing home today for
a brief stay with her
family in Crestview.
Ford is on her second
tour of duty with the0
47th Patrol Squadron
in Iraq.
She will be here
from today (which is
also her birthday) to
The daughter of
Kathy and Richard
Macchi, Ford gradu-
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High School in 1999,
where she served as
a Bulldog mascot in
her senior year. She
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008


S j PAdorable' 8 week
I E-',, Peek-a-Poo Shi-Tzu
1100- Legal Advertising upp0y. Black & white.
1110 - Classified Notices $250. To a good home
1120- Public Notices/ only. For more info call
Announcements 398-6417 or 305-7449
1130- Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found

Why Eat Out
on Saturday?
When ou can actually
dine Co the smooth
Piano Sound of Jordan
Colclasure every Satur-
day night May 9th thru
June th at coach N
Four Steakhouse on
John King Road.
Crestview's only Restau-
rant with Live Piano

Single White Male, 61
yrs. of age who is sincere
& honest seeking lady 45
to 65 for companionship,
dinner & share nice
smiles. Call Ron

Baby Goats, Pygmy &
Nubians, LGD Great Pyr-
enees pups. Taking de-
posits. 850-537-8207

3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130- Auctions
3140- Baby items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/


1 CKC reg. male
Chihuahua puppy $300
abo. Ready t'o qol Call.
Diane 850-652-422

Large Moving
1629 W Hwy 90,
Baker Saturday -May
31st 7AM-2PM
Take 90 W toward
Holt, 3 miles past Milli-
gan Furniture, tools,
Jeep Wranqer, Boats,
Toys. Everything must

Used & Junk NW FL Land Clearing
Comm. & Res. Site Dev.,
Cars Subdivisions, Fill Dirt, Lot
We pay & tow awayl Clearing, Lic./Ins.
850 830-7747 682-6317/978-2142

Babysitting in my
Crestview home. Rea-
sonble rates, meals pro-
vided, all ages. Call for
availability and prices.
Reg. In home daycare.
Now has 2 openings.
A es 6 weeks to 5 yrs.
oad. Call for info. @
Lil Saints Family
Daycare has 4 open-
ings for ages 0-4 yrs.,
Age appropriate curricu-
lum. Call Mrs. Rice
Childcare - Keep your
kids together this summer
Call 398-2946

Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
house/apartment. Free
Estimates. Ref's
Take a Break &
Call Carefree Services
to clean your home.
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678

A-1 Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs
Replacements, Sidewalks
Bobcat Work. Free est.
Bush Concrete
No Jobs too Small
Prompt & Professional
Free Estimates Lic./Ins.
850 585-3132
Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling
Additions, Concrete!
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.

Q-B Construction Land
No job to small.
Reasonable Rates

Want your clothes
ironed, too tired to do
it? Call Connie
682-8738 Reasonable

Assistance with
Cooking, cleaning, runn-
ing errands, hospital
companion, family re-
ports in Crestvjew area
Avail Mon, Tues & Wed.
Contact Rachelle Adams

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No job too small. 15
years experienced. Li-

Maintenance S ring &
Fall Cleanup, Specialty
Gardens, Annuals & Per-
ennials Owner Frances
Hawk 826-0391. 30 yrs.
exp./Affordable Rates, Li-
censed & Insured
Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms
G/J Lawn Care
For all your lawns needs.
Bush Hogginq also.
978-0016 or 537-3335.
McMillin's Lawn Serv
Responsible Lawn Service
from a Dependable Teen
Mow & clean yard, weed
eat, edge & blow debris.
Free Est. Licensed. Call
Bobby or Tim

Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed
and insured. 537-4419
References Available

I 3240

Gun Show
Ft Walton
May 31 &
June 1st
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking


4 steel Chevy truck
rims, 16 in./6 bolt off
2004 yr model. $100.
O.B.O. Call 218-3192
Coleman 5K generator
$325 10 hp 689-4419
Whirlpool Washer
$100. Kenmore Dryer
$100. Sofa $50. Rattan
Dining Set w/ 4 chairs
$75. Wicker night stand
$25. White Dresser $25.
After 5 in Shalimar

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

2.50 Sat. Mornings
SCrestview Farmers
Market/Old Spanish

Hiring Qualified
Electricians &
for projects at Elin AFB,
Huroburt Field & Crest-
view. Paid 1 week vaca-
tion & 5 holidays per
year. Qualified personnel
earn up to $20 per hour.
Apply at Henderson Elec-
tric 648-3A Anchors St
NW FWB, FL. 32548
(850) 243-2223 EOE.
Web ID#27807848


Massage Therapy
athers ay is
June 15th
Treat Dad to a mini Es-
cape Massage, 1 hr.
Swedish Massage, Puri-
fying Back Treatment,
Reflexology, Pedicure,
or any of our other Spa
Purchase Gift Certifi-
cates NOW.
Bella Donna Day Spa
648 N. Wilson
Call 689-8904 for info.
mm 20504
ma 52795


Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347-
Senior citizen discounts.

4100 | 6110
Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
N A uetgaed no pets
NEW Y 60mo/$50dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
J & M Company NEW roA00Y
The nations premier pri-
vate carrier at nitrous ox- re iew
ide is accepting applica- Furnishtudvi tew A
tions in the Pensacola Furnished Studio Apt. for
area for experienced rent. $179. wk., First &
safety-conscious, tractor / Last week rent + Damage
semi drivers. Deposit due at siqn up-
Includes water ana elec-
Accepted applicants will tric. Call 850613-6300
receive odometer mile-
age - pay and bonuses, Crestview Inn
excellent earnings paten- Motel $35 daily, $175
tial, and great home time weekly, Furnished
and benefits! efficiency $200 Weekly.
$500 4 weeks.
Call Bill or Neal for de- Call 6824466
tails @ 866-592-7006
Education Nice 1 & 2 Bedroom
efficiency apartments,
ow accepting applica- $500-550 mo, some utili-
tions for employment at ties furnished, lease re-
Learning Tree Day quired, no pets.
School, Inc., 201 Valley 978-8274
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply.
in person only.
Insurance 6 130
A Terrific 3bd 2 1/2 ba
Opportunity behind hospital.
rr Nw appliance.
Liberty National Life $750 month $750dd.
Insurance Company call Rosie 702413-3229
Earning Potential, Freeprt
Benefits, Pension, 401(k), The Palms Of
BCBS Insurance. Freeport
Call 1-800-257-5500. Now availa for Lease
See our ad oa online at Now available for Lease
emeraldcoastlobswest.com or Purchasel Affordable,
WEB ID # 27794443 Easy Commute Commu-
nity Playground, & Pooll
Insuranc2BR/ .5 BA. Call
Insurance Heather of Jeff
A Terrific 850-835-0191
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company 15140,
$100,000+ 3br, lba, $775/mo.
Earning Potential, $795dd. 1 acre lot. No
Benefits, Pension, 401 (k), smoke/pets. Call
BCBS Insurance. 240-0890
Call 1-800-257-5500.
See our ad online at
WEB ID # 27794443 W AY
Driver Trainees BakRemodeled 3
Needed beode ed 3
No CDL? No Probleml
Earn up to $900/wk. Beautiful home close to
Home weekends with Crestivew an Hwy 90.
TMC. Company en- Completely updated,
dorsed CDL Trainin. fenced in acre yard,
- large deck. Non smok-
1-866-280-5309 ers only. $1,100/mth
one month deposit, 1
Now Hiring - Heritage year lease. Will con-
Plantation. Marketing. Af- side lower rent for ten-
ternoons/Evenings, 3 po- ants to keep
sitions available. Some lawn/garden up keep.
computer skills needed, Call Julie
.ood. phone eti uette. 850-758-7050
lease call 652-2000

Steele Magnolias is look-
location great career op- NEW INOAV
portunity to build clien-
fele. Please call Cathy Crestview- All brick, 3
Steele 398-3362 & leave br, 1.5 ba den, fenced
message if no answer. yard. $800mo+dd. Rick
Epperson Realty LLC
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
S2 CG. Brand new, Ig
' fenced yard/ covered
kAporch. Pets OK. $1150
+ DD. 850-683-4104
Crestview 3 or 4 br, 2
BUSINESS & FINANCIAL ba, Section 8 approved,
S CLdeposit required.
5100 - Business . 537-2960 or 830-7944
' Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend Crestview
3BD 1 1/2 BA.
795 a month 795 dd.
Crestview near Garden
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6100 - Business/
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals

S10oo 0
Holt 3+ acres fenced
w/ 2400 sq. ft. office
and warehouse on 1-10
@ exit 45 $1500.00
month 850-477-0044

Navarre -
2 story 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot in beautiful,
quiet waterfront neigh-
Borhood. 9' ceilings sep-
arate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub & separate
shower in master bath.
$1800mo. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
4 204 Booker St.
525 2 br 1 ba
5 227 Walker Circle
$700 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
* 2520 Sunset Dr
$800, 3 br, 11/2 ba, 1 cg
c 391 Riverchase
$1250, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2Y2ba, 2cg
II Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost

1 6160
Available for mature per-
son a 1 Bedroom fur-
nished apartment. No
Smoking, pets or loud
music. "550. ma. Utili-
ties furnished. 689-1318 -

| 5170 I
3br, 2ba, large yard.
Large trailer. No
smoke/pets. $550/mo.
$575dd. 240-0890
Baker; 2bd,2ba
$600mo. $600. dep.
2br, Ibq,.
$550mo/$550 dep,
both on 1 acre lot no
pets/smoking. Ref. Re-
quired 537-2510
Crestview- 2br, 1 /2ba
427A Brookmeade Dr.
New carpet & vinyl. No
pets $575mo. 398-6600

Crestview, 2 Bedroom
2 bath on 1 acre $400
per month and $400 de-
osit call 682-9653 or



7100- Homes
7110- Beach Home/
7120- Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
71501" Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


'YCountry Livin Crestview- 2 homes
r L ig * 3 br, 2 ba, 1600sf
Newly * 4 br, 2 ba, 2500sf
Remodeled Share 3 acres of land off
available June 1st. Three Jim Green Rd. Great
bedroom and two bathf investment property
$850/month-negotiable. $320K. 682-4280 or
Deposit due when lease 699-4281
is signed. Pets ok w/deorsaod er3.
Acre of land. 682-420 Forsalebyowner; 3br,
or6994281 2ba, large bedrooms,
large kitchen, I acre,
$1 9,900. 240-0890

Crestview Spacious .Individual wants to buy
home available now. Pets house for investment. Call
ok. Excellent location. 651-0987
David 850-826-1662 _
Crestview: 3BR 2BA "
2CG, FP, nice yard, "/ths.aiu
small pets ok. $890/mo.
Call 850-863-1546 / Navarre ,
2 story, 4 br, 2'/2 ba,
Freeport 2150sf home on large
Available natural lot. 9' ceilings,.
ail e separate living & dining
Immediately! rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
Immaculate 3 BR/ 2BA whirlpool tub and
home in Freeport, 2 car separate shower in mas-
garage and screened pa- ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
iol Gated community, waterfront neighborhood.
Clubhouse, and Commu- Priced to sell at the re-
nity Pooll Very Reasona- duced price of
blel Move in immedi- $248,750. Call 850
ately Contact Heather 261-0322, or 685-8048
850-835-0191 leave message.

Randy Batson's
Lawn & Tractor
Bushhoggin Move dirt,
Clear underbrush, &
Small Tractor Work.
Lic/Ins. 850

Outdoor Contracting.
Professional tree &
stump removal. Licensed
& insured. 398-1169
Quality Tree Service
No job to small.
Reasonable rates


powerwasher looking to
work with homeowners
and homeowner associa-
tions. Also experienced
in home repairs and re-
modeling, roofing, etc.
"One Call Does It All".
850-892-3847, Brian
TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages, portable sheas,
Call for best
prices in town
alvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Dbl carport only $695
(850 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008



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Now Hiring for Afternoon
& Evening Shifts

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Rd. * Crestview, FL. 32539

Ford Mustang
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
$6500. Please call

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

Crestview- 105'x420'
commercial lot, water &
sewer available. $500K.
Call 682-8599
Beautiful 1 acre lot S. of
1-10 in the private
Meadow Lake Subdivi-
sion' $79,900. Owner is
licensed real estate
agent. Call

WEEK 35,
2 bedroom 2 bath villa at
Westgate Resorts minutes
from Disney World and
other attractions. 35th
week every ODD year
Please call (850)
581-0539 for more de-

8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 -Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats ,
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240- Boat & Marine
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


SeaRay 23 Laguna cen-
ter console Twin Merc
135's VHF, Lowrance,
FF/GS ,plotter, safety
equip. Trailer. Fresh
water boat $19,500.
(517) 376-0250

2005 Yamaha Big
Bear 400 4X4
Fourwheeler. Green
w/wench, 240 miles
$4500. Call

50cc Baja dirt bike, like
new. has all original
papers & title Paid 600.
will sell for $400.
537-9706 or 537-8516


*Dodge Hemi Full size
2005, red, 4 door only
20K miles. $21,000.
*2005 Towable 28'
Sportsman camper,
sleeps 6, fully loaded,
AC, microwave stereo
like new, $12000. Pack
age Deal $31,000 for
both. Call 537-8155, Iv.


1995 Coachman
Catalina Sport 20' Class
C, Chev 350, generator,
clean. Ready for the road
Below booRk, low miles.

Honda Accord '96
4 cyl, 30+mpg, PS PW
Cruise , Power Locks, 5
Speed manual transmis-
sion, new front brakes/
rotors new clutch master
cylinder, trailer hitch and
cold A/C. Driven 80 mi
per day to work; very re-
liable. NADA Low Value
$3200. Good cond.
2000 obo. Call. 850
305-6691 / 689-3317

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BMW 545i 6 speed
2004 Best options: Nav-
igation, sports pkg., cold
weather pkg., Sirius, 6
disc CD, BMW 160K
warranty, silver w/gray
leather. 57k miles $31k
Call Larry
850.231.0327 or

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3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350-Tickets (Buy & Sell)
2100 - Pets
2110- Pets: Free to r �, i.
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2120- Pet Supplies 4100 -Help Wanted
2130 - Farm Animals/ 4 Restaurants/Clubs
Supplies 4120- Sales
2140 - Pets/Livestock 4130 - Employment
2150- Pet Memorials Information

W A Constructon/Trad400es

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NASCAR Live - SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Practice - ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
NASCAR Live - SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
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Craftsman Truck Series Set-Up - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
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June 7
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Haas CNC Racing

takes a huge loss
NASCAR penalized NXSCAR for the next six
.Hass CNC Racing for the Sprint Cup Series events and
improper wing mounting placed on NASCAR proba-
bracket locations discovered tion until Dec. 31.
at Lowe's Motor Speedway Barker and Skog have
on May 24. also been fined $100,000 for
Drivers Scott Riggs (No. their actions.
66) and Johnny Sauter (No. This penatly also includ-
70) lost 150 driver points as ed NASCAR's confiscation
did car owners Joe Custer of the No. 66 and No. 70
and Margaret Hass. Chevy Impalas.
Crew chiefs and car NASCAR loaded these
chiefs Bootie Barker .and two cars up and took them to
Derick Jennings (No. 66) as their Concord, N.C., research
well as Dave Skogg and facility for further study after
Thomas Harris (No. 70) have the discovery was made prior
been suspended by to the Coca-Cola 600.

JR Motorsports penalized

for Nationwide fight at LMS

JR Motorsports felt
NASCAR's sting following a
further look at the pit road
altercation following the
Carquest 300 at Lowe's Motor
Saturday's alternation fol-
lowed a run-in on the track
between JR's Brad
Keselowski and JGR driver
Denny Hamlin.
Tony Eury, Sr., crew chief
foi-Keselowski was fined
$1,000 and placed on proba-
tion until June 25 as he is being
held responsible for the actions
for his driver, car owner, and

On the

Driver: Michael Waltrip
Owner: Michael Waltrip
Points: 933
. Points out of 34th: 8
Points ahead of 36th: 3
Place Owner
33 Bill Davis
34 Teresa Earnhardt
35 Michael Waltrip
36 Roger Penske
37 Jeffery Moorad
38 Felix Sabates

or crew members.
Crew member Michael
Sandlin was suspended for
one-race and placed on pro-
bation until Oct. 15, while
fellow crew member Jordan
Allen was placed on proba-
tion until Oct. 15.
Both crew members
were fined $1,500 as they
were each cited by
NASCAR for failing to fol-
loww a directive from a
NASCAR official and inap-
propriate contact with he
NASCAR official in the

Michael Waltrip
Driver Points
Dave Blaney 941
Regan Smith 941
Michael Waltrip 933
Sam Hornish, Jr. 930
J.J. Yeley . 779
Jeremy Mayfield 760

Miles goes super big

sports @srpressgazette.con
Almost everyone has a mascot,
There is one for every major league team and now
motorsports is joining the crowd with Lowe's Motor
Speedway's Lugnut, but nothing can compare to Miles the
Born in 2000 as the mascot and trophy handed out at
Dover International Speedway, Miles is now going to be for-
ever a part of the Monster Mile he calls home.
Miles is comparable to other unique pieces of hardware
a driver could take home following a win on the Sprint Cup
Circuit such as the grandfather clock from Martinsville, the
pair of Colt .45 at Texas, and the championship belt you are
awarded at Las Vegas.
On May 14, Dover took Miles one step further with a five-
story-tall statue with glowing red eye, which happens to be one
of the tallest fiberglass structures in the world.
The base of this monument will feature special driver ded-
ications, including a listing of Dover winners by race and
Richard Petty and Bobby Allison, each of whom racked up
seven career wins at Dover, will be the first drivers honored.
Allison will be honored this weekend and ironically there
is enough room on the base to list winners at the track until the
year 2035
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"This year has been kind of up and down. Hopefully we
can change that at Dover," said Truex. "We've had some
really great racecars just about every week. Like last week,
seems like something always happens to take a good finish
away from us.
"So hopefully we'll be able to go to Dover, turn that
around, get our season back on track, and climb back into
that top 12:"
Last year it was all Dale Jr. and the turmoil between him
and his stepmother Teresa.
What is it like at DEI with out Little'E?
"Not much has changed around DEI, to be honest with
you," said Truex. "It's been different without Dale Jr., but
things have really not changed that much.
"I don't feel like I took over his spot or I'm in any special
position now. I go there afid do by job the best I can do every
week. That's the same thing I've always done."
While Dale Jr., is no longer there, NASCAR veteran
Mark Martin has become a positive influce on the second gen-
eration racer from New Jersey.
"I've really enjoyed working with Mark so far," said
Truex. "The way he approaches things is a little bit different
than what I'm used to as far as working on his racecars
throughout practice; you know, the way he looks for things for
the race, not so much worries about speed or anything like
.-"He Ius kind ,:,f '- ,,c, i,,i l-he teel ot thiie Si. o th.at' been
a Intle blr diffelciLnt "
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Ryan Newman- 152.925
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Martin Truex Jr. - 118.959
Track Qualifying Record
Rusty Wallace - 159.964
m.p.h. (1999)
Track Race Record
Mark Martin - 132.719
rm.p.h. (1997)

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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008

WALKER continued from 1

"Wherever we thought
they were needed, they
were there," she said.
Thigpen said the
school's emergency plan
worked exactly as expect-
ed. The telephone alert
system was activated and
messages were sent to
parents. An assembly was
held to brief the children
still at the school,, who
were aware by the buzz of
media and official activity
that something was up.
"The way things
worked, it was just a good
feeling," Thigpen said.
"You have a crisis plan
and to know that it went
that smooth is a relief."
Thigpen also had praise
for parents who offered
their services.
"We had one parent
who came in who wasn't
even affiliated with Walk-
er School," Thigpen said.
"He wanted to know if
any parents needed a ride
to go see their children.
"It was one of those sit-
uations in which you just
see a community swarm
to help."
Escambia County and
Santa Rosa school person-
nel also came "to offer to
do anything they could
do. And we would do
the same," Thigpen said.
"When it's kids, things

The resource
officer's story
Deputy Trey Ellison
is the resource officer
at Walker Elementary
"I thought everybody,
including the parents and
community and staff,
worked remarkably well
together," Ellison said.
"Everything went smooth
and efficient."
"Everybody's main

What happened?
A bus carrying Walker Elementary third-grade students to a
field trip in Pensacola was involved in a rollover Wednesday.
Fourteen students and two chaperones on board the
bus were taken to area hospitals as a precaution. Teacher
Lynda Woods, 45, and the bus driver, Beth White, 60, were
both transported by helicopter with serious but not life-
threatening injuries, according to Okaloosa County Schools
Superintendent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts.
Tibbetts said all the children and chaperones, with the
exception of a handful at Sacred Heart, were released by mid-
day Wednesday. The others were waiting on X-rays.
When did it happen?
At approximately 9:30 a.m. Wednesday
Where did it happen?
Near mile marker 30 on Interstate 10 in Santa Rosa County
How did it happen?
Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Steve Pre-.iorn aid the bu- and
a 2002 SJ' cir, ern t.. 42-year-old FPi.il Ar...ell Jr of Crestvie'.'
were traveling,, .',.es .t ..h n . he -. 'rC I bus n m '.e'd into the patl-,
of the SU'..' t4r,.,ll tn."k . r I: i .e., "au irig it to tlip ece into
the mnedian. acniri[ng iT, an FHP a.-: ider, report

concern was the welfare of
" the children and the adults

The story
from other schools
Southside- Elementary
School Principal Donna
Holloway and Jacqueline
Craig, her counterpart at
Northwood Elementary,
both immediately report-
ed to Walker to relieve
"That's just what we
do in the north end," Hol-
loway said. "That's just
what we do in the elemen-
tary schools in Crestview.
One for all and all for one.
We're each other's sup-
Craig arrived at Walker
shortly after Holloway.
"We certainly went
over there," Craig said.
"We're all one big happy
family around here."
* When she arrived,
Walker's emergency plan
was already being fully
"Everyone was doing
their delegated duties,"

Craig said. "Several were
contacting the parents
who had children who
were hurt. Walker's fac-
ulty and staff did an excel-
lent job."
Craig became the liai-
son with parents of the
students who had been on
the bus.
"We certainly wanted
to stop rumor mill and
send out the factual infor-
mation," she said, rioting
there were several field
trips in progress from var-
ious Walker classes.
See the initial news re-
ports and video from the ac-
cident scene at crestviewbul-



From staff reports

at DJ's Basement, 892 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
The fee is $10 per rider.
Register at 9 a.m. today.
Breakfast will be served at 8
a.m. Saturday for $5 a plate.
Dinner is also available.
Battle of the Bands, 50/50
raffles and a silent auction,
as well as other activities are
The ride will benefit the
National Niemann-Pick
Disease Foundation, Inc.
Visit www.nnpdf.org for
details on Ryan's story and
the foundation.
CARNIVAL: Crestview
High School's Big Red
Machine band will host a
carnival today in front of the
*high school from 4,- 7 p.m.
A car wash, ring toss,
face painting and activities
for all ages are planned.
Food will be available
for purchase, including
hotdogs, hamburgers, etc.
A country store is
planned also. Funds will be
help raise money for band
instruments and expenses.

HOUSE: June 2 at 7 p.m.
at First United Methodist

Church, 896 Texas Parkway,
Crestview. Canoeing,
camping, cooking, hiking,
swimming, archery, rifle,
white water rafting for 11-
year old boys or those who
have completed the fifth
grade. Come get details,
join or visit with area Boy
CHS 1934-52
REUNION: The Crestview
High reunion for classes
1934-1952 will be held June
13 and 14 at Crestview
High School. The gathering
begins at 3 p.m. with dinner
at 6 p.m. A fish fry will be
held Saturday at the Old
Spanish Trail Festival Park
on Stilwell Blvd. from 10
a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
If you have not sent in
your reservations, please
do so by June 1. If you did
not receive an invitation,
contact Nellie Fleming at
682-2578. A few surprises
are planned this year, and
you'll be glad you attended.
June 1 - First United
Methodist Church, Eighth
Avenue Crestview - 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Details: 862-4216.
June 2 at Antioch
Elementary School, 4700
Whitehurst.Lane, Crestview
- 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
5-7 at 1275 S. Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview. The flower,.
treat and,home boutique's

grand opening hours are
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June
5-7 starts with an 11 a.m.
ribbon cutting Thursday,
June 5, light refreshments,
and prize giveaways.
Shoppers receive 10 percent
off their total bill during
those hours.
The company works with
customers to create unique,
memorable , arrangements
and has ready-to-go
arrangements on site.
Details: 682-7000 or www.
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REUNION: is being
planned for Crestview High
alumni in June. Details:
LESSONS: The American
Red Cross is scheduling
child and adult swim
classes for their "Learn to
Swim series." There are
too many schedules for
Crestview, and surrounding
areas. If you're, interested
in child or adult Learn
to Swim, please contact
;customer services
at 800-773-7620. They
will provide y ou \ ith the
schedule for the facility
closest to your home. To
register on line please go to
SENIORS: 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
$5 fee applies. Call Tammy
at 682-0647 for details,
and feel free to pick up a
calendar for other activities
at the center.

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Foxwood CC
Men's Scramble
Foxwood Country Club
will hold a men's two-man
scramble June 21-22.
This a two-day event
and is limited to the first 70
amateur entries.
Deadline for entering the
tournament is noon on June
18. Entry fee is $170 per
team. Players must be 18 or
older to compete.
Players will be allowed to
play one practice round the
week of June 16-20 for the
cart fee only upon receipt of
tournament entry fee.
The tournament will be
pre-flighted by the average
handicap of the partners not
to exceed eight strokes.
Shotgun start is set
for 12:30 p.m. June 22
and 8 a.m. June 23. For
more information about the
tournament call Foxwood
Country Club at 682-2012.

CAYA football and
CAYA football and cheer-
14ading registration begins
June 7 and will continue
each Saturday until all divi-
sions 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.
CAYA will be taking
applications for football
coaches for the upcoming
season. All must apply by
June 1. Coaches will be se-
lected June 2 at 6:30 p.m. at
Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Applicants must be pres-
ent to be selected. To apply,
call 398-8409 or e-mail:

Soccer camp
Crestview High School
girls soccer coach Carlos
Bonilla has announced plans
for a summer soccer camp.
The camp dates are be-
tween June 16 and July 25.
Sessions for ages 6-12
will be held from 9-11 a.m.
on camp dates. Sessions
for ages 13 and up will
be held from 5-6:30 p.m.
Registration today and June
6 at the Davidson Middle
School field near Crestview
High School.
For details, contact
Bonilla at 902-3249 or visit

Baseball camp
The Crestview High School
baseball team will hold a
camp at the school, June
The camp is for kids ages
5-13 and will go from 9 a.m. -
noon each day.
Registration will be from 8
a.m. - 9 a.m. on June 9.
Cost is $75 and includes a
T-shirt, pizza on Wednesday
and free admission to the
Justin Richards Scholarship
Tournament that will be held
June 12-14.
For more information call
Tim Gillis at 689-7417.

Golf Tournament
The Crestview Area Youth
Association golf tournament
is set for June 20 with a
shotgun start at 12:45 p.m.
Format is four-person Florida
Check-in/registration is
from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
Adara Golf Club, 1111 Shoal
River Drive.
Advance registration is
$40 per person (check must
be received by June 13).
On-site registration only after
June 13, at $50 per person
Register 4-person team by
e-mailing team rosters/names
to: ContactCAYA@gmail.com
Every player will be en-
tered to win raffle prizes
Mail check to: CAYA

Golf Tourney: PO Box 331,
Crestview, FL 32536


CHS graduate helps LSU win SEC title

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Blake Dean showed the South-
eastern Conference and the rest
of the country what people in
Okaloosa County have known
for years - he's one mighty good
baseball player.
The former Crestview Bulldog
went 7-for-16 with three home
runs and nine runs batted in last
weekend as Louisiana State ex-
tended its winning streak to 20
games and won the SEC baseball
The sophomore outfielder/des-
ignated hitter was named the Most
Valuable Player of the tournament
and was named the Collegiate
Baseball Magazine's National
Player of the Week.
Dean handled the honors with
the same hometown humility he
has shown for years.
"Coming from Crestview with
it being such a small town and
coming to LSU, I never had expec-
tations like that," he said. "When I
went into the tournament I started
hitting the ball well and had some
RBIs that put us in front.
"But to win the MVP and then
a few days later find out I was na-
tional Player of the Week is pretty
amazing, to think that for one week
I was considered the best college
player in the nation. It shows all
the hard work paid off."
Dean's impressive series start-
ed with a game-winning walk-off
homer in the 10th inning against
South Carolina in the tournament
He hit a grand slam and drove
in six runs as the Tigers came from
behind to beat Alabama in the sec-
ond game of the tournament. He
capped stellar weekend with a
two-run blast against Ole Miss in
the championship game.
Crestview baseball coach Tim
Gillis, who watched, his former
star throughout the weekend on
television, noted Dean might be
the first player from Northwest
Florida to win the MVP in the SEC
"I think the whole community
is proud - it should be," he said.
"It's a great accomplishment for
Blake and a great accomplishment
for LSU winning the SEC.
"It's kind of a dream, and I
know it is for Blake."
The SEC tournament was just a
snapshot of Dean's season.
He leads the No. 2-ranked Ti-
gers in hitting with a .346 average,
runs scored with 52, hits with 80,
runs batted in with 57 and total
bases with 145. He's also tied for
the team lead with 13 doubles.
His 16 home runs are second on
the team, as is his .628 slugging
percentage and .425 on base per-
Dean led the Tigers in hitting
with a .316 average as a freshman.

Steve Franz / LSU Athletic Department
Former Crestview star Blake Dean helped power Louisiana State to the SEC
baseball championship last week. Dean was named the Most Valuable Player
of the SEC baseball tournament and the National Player of the Week by
Collegiate Baseball Magazine.

Baton Rouge Regional
The Baton Rouge Regional is double-
elimination format and includes LSU,
Southern Mississippi, New Orleans
3rd *...a-, S-,ouihern. The e'-rit cor,-
tirLues tda',, and Sunday if neces-
sary. LSU is the No. 7 rational see-1

He got off to what he considers a
slow start this year before catching
fire late in the season. He attributes
his strong showing to being more
experienced and having quality
teammates around him.
"I think it's a combination of
everything - having more expe-
rience and knowing what to ex-'
pect," he said. "Early in the year
I wasn't seeing the ball well and I
was putting myself in a hole, get-
ting behind in the count and put-
ting pressure on myself.
"Now a lot of guys on the team
are hitting well, and if I'm'not hit-
ting I don't feel pressured."
Winning the SEC tournament
was especially gratifying for Dean
because it helped put the proud

Tiger program back on top after
struggling the last few years. It
also was the first title of his career.
"It's something I've always
wanted, to get a (championship)
ring," he said. "Last year was bad
and we didn't make the SEC tour-
nament, but this year we came
back and put LSU back on the
There is still work to be done as
*the Tigers try to earn a trip to the
College World Series.
The Tigers hosted Texas South-
ern on Friday as-they opened play
in an NCAA regional at Baton
Rouge that included New Orleans
and Southern Mississippi.
Dean knows the Tigers will be
"SEC baseball is the best in the
country," he said. "We have nine
teams in the NCAA tournament
(more than any other conference),.
and that proves we've seen the
"It gives us the confidence we
need to win."

Congratulate Blake by posting a
note at crestviewbulletin.com.

Foxwood Country Club
Thursday Lowball, May 22
1. Scott McDonald, Jerry
Devoy, Claude Stiles, Mac
Henderson -10
2. Steve Whiddon, Werth
Pittman, Brad Asher, Ed
Ross, Charlie Peele -10
3. David Smith, David
Hinnant, David Gausel,
Jimmy Johnson -9
4. Jack Patten, Aaron
Daniel, George Bonner, Bill
Chandler -8

Sunday Lowball, May 25
1. Kee Anderson, Walt
Anderson, Hal Jellison, Steve
Demarat, Randy Taylor -14
2. Tim Stanley, David
Campbell, Leon Cunningham,
Alan Parsons -13
3. Scott McDonald, Mike
Bouchard, Dona Bouchard,
Don Breitbach, Nancy
Breitbach -12
4. Michael Taylor, Anthony
Perez, Terrell Sasser, Gall
Zwirblia, Bob Swirblia -12
5. Jay Merrifield, Tom Cook,
Dean Martin, Mike Babine -11
6. Tony Petrea, Archie
Perez, Brian Davis, David
Gansel, Chad Allen -11
5. Tom Prier, Pat Martin,
Larry Fordyce, Eric Fordyce -9
6. Danny Josey, Lavaughn
Dorman, Janice Cheatham,
Jay Merrifield -8

Heading to Topeka
After a good showing
at Thunder Valley Nationals
in Bristol, Tenn., Team
Hammonds is looking to
qualify a third time this season
at the O'Reilly NHRA Summer
Nationals in Topeka, Kan.
"We made a good run at it
in Bristol," says Crestview na-
tive Tom Hammonds, driver/
owner of the No. 20 Chevy
Cobalt, "but we needed to
regroup and get ready for
Topeka. We still have a lot of
work to do, but we are hoping
to continue to qualify."
The team seems to have
shaken its mechanical prob-
lems and is very pleased
with how the Chevy Cobalt is.
running. From data,'the team.
was able to attribute problems
to the way they were running-
the engines which affected
the car's performance. With
performance being key, Team
Hammonds will focus on
making sure the engine gives
the top end charge it is seek-
"I am excited about the
way the car is running now.
We just have to put the all-the
pieces together to win a race.
We have always done pretty
well over the years in Topeka,
[Kan.], especially last year,"
Hammonds said.
Last year, the team quali-
fied in ninth and made it to
the second round of elimina-

Twin Hills Park announces busy summer schedule

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Another busy summer is
on tap at Twin Hills Park.
The city's annual sports
camps get underway June 9.
"We have a pretty good
summer planned," city of
Crestview Parks and Recre-
ation Director Chuck Pow-
ell said.

The soccer camp runs
on Monday and Wednes-
days from June 9 to July 2
and will be divided into
an age group for children
ages 4 and 5, and another
for ages 6 and up.
Camp for the younger

children will
run from 9
to 10 a.m.
Those 6 and
older will go
from 9 to 11
a.m. Cost for
uck the younger
Chuck children is
$25. Cost
for the old-
er kids is $40. Campers
should bring their own
soccer ball.
James McDermott is
back for his third year as the
camp instructor. McDer-
mott has coached for more
than 25 years in New York
and Florida. He currently
is the Richbourg Middle
School boys soccer coach.

Crestview High School
outdoor education instruc-
tor Ernie Martin will lead
the fishing camp that will
be held June 16-20 from 9
to 11 a.m. daily.
The camp costs $30 and
is open to children ages
5-12. Children under the
age of 9 must be accom-
panied by a parent. Ev-
eryone should bring their
own cane pole.
The class is limited to
the first 20 kids to register.
An additional camp will
be held the week of June
23-27 if needed.
Fitness Initiative
The Fitness Initiative

will be held from June 9
to July 24. Sessions for
children ages 2-6 will be
take place on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 9 to
10 a.m. Sessions for chil-
dren 7 and older will run
on Wednesday from 9 to
10 a.m. Cost is $3 per ses-
sion. No registration is re-

Bicycle safety
The Bicycle Safety
Course will be held June
20 and June 27 from 9
to 10:30 a.m. The same
course will be taught each
There is no cost, but
cyclists should bring their
own bike and helmet.

The tennis camp
will run Mondays and
Wednesday 'from June
9-July 23 and is open to
children ages 7-13.
There will be a
session for beginners
from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
and for intermediates
from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Cost is $45 for both
camps. Campers need
to have their own ten-
nis racquet.
Kyle Wright will con-
duct the tennis camps.
How will you keep your
kids busy this summer?
Tell us your ideas at crest-

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