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Creation Date: August 24, 2005
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    Section A: Main: Business Directory
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    Section B: Sports
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    Section B: Community Happenings
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    Section B: Public Notices
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    Section B: Classifieds
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CALENDAR ............. 2A
EDITORIAL .............4A
POLICE BLOTTER .......6A
COMMUNITY ........... .9A
OBITUARIES ...........11A
BUSINESS ..........13A
SPORTS ............... 1B
NASCAR INSIDER ........ 2B
CLASSIFIEDS ........... 7B
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Previews of the area's high school
volleyball teams. 1B


Alert Girl Scout becomes dad's lifesaver


Dallas B. Nicholson/The News Bulletin
Chelsea Campbell put her Girl Scout instincts to work this summer when she
saved her dad, Ken's, life while attending an Atlanta Braves game.


Cold medicine

going behind

the counter.

Pseudoephedrine, the
drug used to manufacture
methamphetamines, is now
being regulated.
Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter

The Florida Legislature has joined a
growing number of states passing leg-
islation to deal with problems associat-
ed withaheojllegal--manufacturing of
the synthetic drug methamphetamine.
State Representative District 1 Greg
Evers and State Senator District 2
Durell, Peaden sponsored House Bill
1347, which wentinto effect July 1. The
new law requires retailers to limit the
sale of products containing pseu-
doephedrne as their sole active ingre-
dient to .three packages or nine base
grams
"It's a problem that incarceration
and rehab programs won't fix," said
Senator Peaden. "Our jails cannot hold
all-of the offenders and our health pro-
grams can not treat all the addicts."
Methamphetamine is manufac-
tured using common household prod-
ucts, particularly over-the-counter cold
medicines' containing pseu-
doephedrine.
Methamphetamine produces a
more potent and longer-lasting high
than crack cocaine, and the manufac-
ture, distribution and use of it is on the
rise throughout Florida.
"We have to begin somewhere tak-
ing additional steps to slow it down,"
added Peaden. "It's too soon to tell
what effect this new legislation will
have."
The growing meth lab problem is
riot exclusive to Florida.

See COUNTER, page 3A


Dallas B. Nicholson
Bulletin Reporter

Chelsea Campbell's "What I Did on
My Summer Vacation" essay for school
may be a little different this year. She
attended church camp and visited the
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Museum in
Warm Springs, Ga.
Oh, and one more thing. Chelsea
also saved her dad's life.
Ken and Laurie Campbell took
their children, son Cameron, and 11-
year-old Chelsea, to Atlanta on the
fourth of July. The Braves were play-
ing the Cubs and it was around 98
degrees. After waiting in line to get
tickets and having a ballpark meal, Ken
began to stagger. His wife and son
helped him lean against a wall and
noticed that he couldn't speak.
Chelsea questioned her dad and real-
ized he needed help.
Chelsea approached a stranger


talking on his phone and said "Mister,
get off the phone, something's wrong
with my daddy. He's a diabetic, and
he can't talk, and something is bad
wrong. Go get an ambulance."
Emergency Medical Services were
notified and reached Ken in time. "She
was alert enough to go and tell them
that her daddy was a diabetic and was-
n't acting right, and she also told them
that he'd had open heart surgery," said
Laurie. "The EMT told me the next
night that I ought to proud of my little
girl because she jumped through hoops
like an adult would to get people to
come to her daddy's aid."
Ken Campbell spent two nights in a
hospital in Atlanta, having suffered a
stroke related to his diabetes. He and
his family are back in Crestview now,
and Ken has gone back to work.
"I'm feeling better," the 75-year-old

See SCOUT, page 10A


Mandatory slowdown


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview Police Departments traffic enforcement officer John Cook stands sentry in what has become a valuable
crime-fighting tool. The school crossing zone on north Ferdon Boulevard near Consolidated Ace Hardware has pro-
duced nearly 30 arrests during the past year, many non-traffic related.

School crossings prove to be unusual crime fighting tool


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter
The Crestview Police Department
is taking advantage of a most unusual
crime-fighting tool to nab felons.
During the last 12 months
Crestview traffic officer John Cook has
made 26 arrests in the city's school
zones, most of them non-traffic relat-
ed.
He stops, on average, 6-8 vehicles
each morning during the hour and a
half he monitors the north school


zone. Already this school year he has
averaged nearly two arrests each day
from school zone speed violators.
"I'm not out here to write tickets,"
Cook insists. "That is not why the
chief has me out here. It's not a per-
sonal thing. If I can just get the point
across that 'Hey, we just want you to
slow down in these zones and pay
more attention to your driving,' then I
have been successful in my job."
Each school day beginning at 6:30
a.m. Cook parks his unmarked patrol
car alongside the road at the school


crossing zone near Consolidated Ace
Hardware on north Ferdon Boulevard.
At that same time, the school zone
warning light begins to flash indicat-
ing the speed is 20 MPH.
When it comes to excuses Cook has
heard them all. "I'm not from around
here. I didn't know it was a school
zone. I thought I slowed down
enough. I was just going with the flow
of traffic."
During the 2004-2005 school year
See SLOW, page 10A


Community to help local teen fight against cancer


Timmy Ceccorulli


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter
Another Crestview teen has been
struck with a tragic illness.
Timmy Ceccorulli, a 16-year-old
junior at Crestview High School, has
been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's T-
Cell Lymphoma.
Ceccorulli, who has been receiving
chemotherapy during the past few
months, is currently at the UAV Hospital
in Birmingham, Alabama, regaining his
strength for a future bone marrow trans-
plant.


Danni Ann Fine and Mia Hagedom
have planned a huge yard sale Saturday
in the Central Baptist Church parking
lot.
The women are trying to raise money
to help the family in their efforts to safe
their son's life.
"It really kind of started out as a small
project," said Fine. "I had no idea that we
would get the response that we have
from the community. We have hundreds
of very nice items for the yard sale, and
the amount of items keeps growing by
the hour."
The Spanish Trail Cruisers recently


raised $500 at their Hot August Nights
cruise in and donated it to the family.
The Cruisers just came to Fine out of the
blue and offered the donation.
"This is what our organization is all
about," said Cruisers president George
Kennedy. "We are dedicated to help those
in the community as often as we can."
Fine encourages everyone to come to
the sale and show their support for
Ceccorulli.
Anyone wishing to donate items for
the yard sale can bring them to Heavenly
Creations, 696 East James Lee Boulevard,'
or call 683-0111.


Season Kickoff
After Kickoff Classics, area
teams set for regular season
See Page 1B


NEWS &
NOTES


Holt man dies after
crashing motorcycle
A Holt man was tragically killed
early Monday morning when he lost
control of his motorcycle.
Robert Elliot Ates, 21, was pro-
nounced dead at the scene around
2:30 a.m.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol press release, Ates
was traveling at a high rate of
speed on U.S. Highway 90 when
his motorcycle left the road, struck
a curb and was thrown in the air.
Deputies at the scene reported
that Ates' motorcycle was found
100 feet from his body.
The FHP release also stated
that Ates was not wearing a helmet
in the alcohol-related accident.

YMCA to host 5K run
to help repair damage'
In an effort to help rebuild after;.
Hurricane Ivan last last, the North
Okaloosa YMCA has scheduled a
5K fundraiser run to be held Nov. 5,
at 8 a.m.
It will begin and end at NOMC,
who is donating $5,000 to get things
going.
All the money will go to benefit-.
the YMCA. They are rebuilding .
after suffenng major storm damage:':
and putting in new equipment. They
are also planning to manicure the
outside landscape at their building
at, 298 N Wilson St., and remodeling
the interior.
Everything is being done with vol-
unteers clearing the vegetation,
painting and rebuilding th, h. ieror
rooms, and redoing the office sys-
tem.
"We are excited about the pro-
grams we will be able to offer once
the physical structure is complete,"
said Laura Nowers
The tentative opening date will be
late September or the beginning of
October.
"We need as many people to reg-
ister and support our YMCA as pos-
sible," Nowers added
Participants will receive a yellow,
tie-dye, long sleeve T-shirt for partic-
ipating, and will be invited to a post-
race party. They.will also have a
mini-health fair at the race. You can't
lose by participating in this event.
Everyone can benefit.
For registration information or to
help with the event, contact Laura
Nowers at 689-2070.




*The Baker Fire District Board 01
Commissioners now meets the first
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at
the BakerArea Public Safety Building,
located at 1375 19th Street in Baker.
The public is encouraged to attend. If
you have any questions, please call
537-2487; if there is no answer,
please leave a message
Jonas Clown Ministry of First
United Methodist Church in Crestview
will have a pancake breakfast
fundraiser on Aug. 27 from 7 a.m. to
10 a m. In their fellowship hall at 599
Eighth Ave.
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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24, 2005


$ Community Calendar


THE CNB CALENDAR
If your organization has a regularly
scheduled standing meeting that you would
like to see in our calendar; please mail it to the
Cistview News Bulletin, 295 West .lames Lee
Blvd., Ctistriew, FL 32536; MAX it to 682-
2246; or e-mail us at
tokpuiblishing@crestvieiwbulletin.corn. Please
label all correspondence: "Attn Weekly
Calendar "

ORGANIZATIONS
The EGLIN OFFICERS' SPOUSES'
CLUB is beginning their 2005/2006 year.
Come see what the EOSC has to offer
and have a continental breakfast on them.
Luncheons are always on the 3rd Wed of
each month. Please RSVP to Elleen
Workman at 314-9755 or workman-
crew@earthlink.net.
The CONCERNED CITIZENS
GROUP OF CRESTVIEW has a meeting
every first Thursday of the month at 6 p.m.
at Fairview Park on McClelland Street.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The J.R.L.
Conyers Masonic Lodge #364, PHA,
sponsor of the Malcolm N. Haynes Sr.
Council of The Knights of Pythagoras, is
now accepting applications for member-
ship into their youth fraternity.
Membership is open to all young men
from 9 to 17 years old; however they must
be accompanied by parent or guardian
when filling out an application.
For more information and applica-
tions, please contact either Thomas D.
Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326 or Barney L.
Bailey, Jr. at 689-3773.
*The MOMS CLUB OF CRESTVIEW,
The MOMS Club, an international non-
profit support group for at-home mothers,
including those who have home-based
businesses or who work part-time but are
home with their children during the day,
has started a new chapter in the
Crestview area.
The MOMS Club of Crestview has
monthly meetings with speakers and dis-
cussions, park playdays, holiday family
outings, outings for mothers and their chil-
dren, and activity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a monthly MOMS Night Out,
and babysitting coops. We also do ser-
vice projects to help needy children. The
monthly meetings are held every third
Friday of the month at the Epiphany
Episcopal Church, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The meeting is
open to mothers of all ages that are resi-
dence of Crestview. Please contact
Susan Nagy at 682-9937 or email at
mccrestview@cox.net for more informa-
tion.
MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS
OF CRESTVIEW meets the first and third
Thursday of each month from 9:15 a.m. -
11:30 a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist Church
in Crestview. You do not have to be a
member of the church to attend the meet-
ings. The group web site address is
www.MOPS.org. Call 682-9416 for infor-
mation.
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVO-
LUTION have no meetings planned until
September. For information call John
Cahoon at 862-5078.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD: If you
or someone you know is struggling with
an addiction call Narconon Arrowhead
today. Narconon offers free addiction
counseling, assessments, and referrals1t6
rehabilitation centers nationwide.by, call-
ing, 1!.80a-468,693,q.,,9r.,.lggiong ,Qoto
www.stopaddiction.com.


The FEDERAL CIVILIAN RETIREE
SERVICE CENTER is located in Room
165A, Building 210 on Eglin Air Force
Base. Its hours of operation are Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday of each week
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walk-ins are wel-
come, or call (850) 882-2720 for an
appointment or additional information.
The NORTHWEST FLORIDA MILI-
TARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (NWF-
MOA) meets the first Wed. of each month
with a breakfast meeting at the Eglin
Officers Club. Each month, interesting
speakers bring a wealth of information to
the group to further personal and profes-
sional ties within the military civilian com-
munities and to promote the association's
mission of educating deserving young-
sters wishing to make the military their
life's career.
NWFMOA is under the umbrella of the
national Military Officers Association offer-
ing a number of member benefits and a
legislative voice in Congress on behalf of
all military personnel and issues pertain-
ing to them.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE On the
second Thursday of each month at the
American Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton
Beach, the Marine Corps League
Detachment 915 meets at 7:30 p.m. Any
former or retired Marine interested in join-
ing should contact Jack Howell at 683-
0412 or Tom Burns at 682-3992.
The GOLD WING ROAD RIDERS
ASSOCIATION (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-
0 gets together every third Saturday
morning for breakfast at 8 a.m. and a
meeting at 9 a.m. in the Rec. Center at
Central Baptist Church. Dedicated to the
group motto "Friends for fun, safety, and
knowledge," members enjoy the freedom
of belonging to a nonprofit, nonreligious,
and nonpolitical organization. There are
over 80,000 members worldwide, and all
motorcycles and owners are welcome to
join. For information, call Billy Mason at
689-2280 or Jack Birge at 682-3650.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL SHRINE
CLUB (Hadji Temple), located at 971
West James Lee Blvd., has bingo games
every Thursday night. The club also offers
three $250 jackpots. Call Larry Dumpert
at 683-0733, or stop by.
FORT WALTON BEACH MOPS
meets the first and third Wednesday of
every month from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at
Cinco Baptist Church. For more informa-
tion call Angela McBroom at 678-4341.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FAMILY
YMCA has openings for Shotokan class-
es in Crestview. Classes are held every
Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6
p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA location
on Wilson Street. The cost for the classes
is $32.00 per month. For more information
on Shotokan, contact a representative at
the YMCA at 689-2999.
The CRESTVIEW COMPUTER
CLUB workshop is held every second
Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the OWCC
Crestview Campus in room 303. The sec-
ond meeting is held every third Thursday
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the New Bethel
Methodist Church, 5984 N. Hwy. 85,
Crestview.
Contact Dottie Shoaf at 682-1911
(deedot41@bsc.net) or Virgil Talbott at
682-6340 (mailman325@yahoo.com).
SONS OF CONFEDERATE VET-
ERANS will meet Aug. 8 for a 6 p.m. din-
ner and 6:30 p.m. meeting at Sonny's in
Criitiew. Thbpine 6ild etolUff JhfiIck
Bonham at 862-389.1 for information, ,-,
BLOSSOM GARbEN CLUB.,You
may call Hilda Ard (537-4642) or Amarene


Griffith (537-3791) for more information.
The CRESTVIEW AREA CHAM-
BER OF COMMERCE holds its monthly
breakfast meeting on the first Thursday of
each month starting at 7:00 a.m. at the
Recreational Outreach Center directly
behind Central Baptist Church.
ELKS LODGE meets first and third
Thursday at 127 Pine Avenue in
Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
AMVETS POST 35 LADIES AUXIL-
IARY meets the first Sunday of
every month at 3 p.m.
The NORTH OKALOOSA AMA-
TEUR RADIO CLUB (NOARC) meets on
the second Tuesday of every month.
Please join us at 7 p.m. in the Council on
Aging building, 198 S. Wilson St.,
Crestview. Licensed hams and those
interested in obtaining a license are wel-
come.
CRESTVIEW CRIBBAGE CLUB
meets every Thursday at 6 a.m. at the
American Legion. Contact Emil Wille at
689-0818 for more information.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the Central
Panhandle (serving Walton, Okaloosa,
and South Santa Rosa Counties) meet-
ings are held the second Friday of each
month at 9:30 a.m. in Crestview and the
fourth Tuesday of each month at 11:00
a.m. in Navarre. For more information and
meeting locations, please call 850-683-
1712 or 850-936-8887.
SHARING AND CARING, 298 W.
Martin Luther King Blvd., offers emer-
gency food service to the needy from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday
(closed on Thursdays).
The DOGWOOD GARDEN CLUB
meets on the first Monday of each month
at 7 p.m. Call 423-0436 for information.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUISERS CAR
CLUB meets the first Tuesday of each
month at Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q, S.
Ferdon Blvd., just north of 1-10, Crestview.
6 p.m. to eat and 7 p.m. meet. Pay as you
go, social time and 50/50 drawings.
They also have a Cruise-In (Show &

Shine) the second Saturday of each
month beginning at 6 p.m., on Main
Street, in front of the Fox Theater,
Crestview.
Throughout the year, they support
other local events, with their main event
being their Annual Sizzlin Summer
Cruise-In and Poker Run this coming
summer. For more information, call Joe
Kearley at 682-6041.
The AMVETS LADIES AUXILIARY
meets on the first Sunday of each month
at 7 p.m. at 105 John King Road in
Crestview. Call 682-8435.
The THAILAND-LAOS-CAMBODIA
(TLC) BROTHERHOOD, INC. is seeking
members from all branches of the military
- U.S., foreign and civilian occupations
(Air America, USAID, State Department,
etc.) for membership in the organization.
For more information, contact Woody
Freeman at (850) 729-8081 or visit the
web site at www.TLC-Brotherhood.org.
SINGLES POT LUCK DINNERS are
held every Tuesday night, 6:00 p.m.- 6:45
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall, located at 314 South
Partin Drive in Niceville. The dinners are
immediately followed by support group
meetings from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Free child-
care is provided. Call Pam Ellisor or Linda
McArdle at 678-4411, ext. 18.
The CRESTVIEW LIONS CLUB
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each month at noon at Sonny's BBQ. For
information, please call Steve Ford at
682-0641 or BJ Thomhave at 682-2012.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BINGO
is open to the general public. Join us on
Tuesday night. Early Bird bingo starts at 6
p.m. and regular bingo starts at 7:00 p.m.
They're located on Highway 90
between Twin Hills Park and OWCC/Bob
Sikes Library. Call 682-7968 for hourly
and daily rates.
The GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY meets the
second Saturday of every month in
Crestview, Fort Walton Beach, and
Valparaiso. The meeting begins at 10
a.m. with socializing, and guest speakers
and business activities begin at 10:30
a.m. Call Ginny Traywick at 651-1106 or
Flo Lembeck at 689-1535.
The CRESTVIEW ROTARY CLUB
meets each Wednesday at noon, at the
Holiday Inn in Crestview.
The CRESTVIEW KIWANIS CLUB
meets each Wednesday at noon, at
Ryan's Steakhouse in Crestview.
The CONCORD #50 FREE AND
ACCEPTED MASONS hold their regular
meeting at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third
Monday of each month at 404 Garden
Street in Crestview. Call Marion Gobin at
689-2409 for more information.
The ORDER OF THE EASTERN
STAR, Crestview Chapter #203 holds
their regular monthly meetings on the first
and third Thursday of each month.
Meetings are held at 404 Garden Street
and start at 7:30 p.m.
The NORTH OKALOOSA PROP-
ERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION meets
the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
at the New Covenant Church, located at
3191 North Newman Avenue in
Crestview. Call 682-4833 or 689-8999 for
more information.

SUPPORT GROUPS
The ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT
GROUP meets at 11 a.m. the second
Tuesday of every month at Covenant
Hospice's Community Education Room,
370 W. Redstone Drive in Crestview. For
information call 689-3146.
PEER TO PEER MENTAL HEALTH
SUPPORT GROUP: Persons with mental
health disorders and disabilities have
formed a support group to help each other
through the recovery process. They meet
at 3 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of
each month at the Mental Health
Associations 517 Mooney Road address
in Fort Walton Beach.
The EMERALD COAST PARENTS
OF MULTIPLES meets on the third
Tuesday of every month. For more infor-
mation on meeting locations and club
events call Carol Strom at 682-4556.
The Twin Cities Hospital and the
National Headache Foundation invite you
to attend the monthly HEADACHE SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call Susan at
(850) 897-0542 for more information and
to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer support
group, the PINK RIBBON PALS meets
every second Thursday of the month at 6
p.m. in the Health Resource Center, 127
Redstone Avenue, Suite A, in Crestview.
For more information please call Jody
Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty Weeden
at 682-7848.
The Crestview branch of NAR-
COTICS ANONYMOUS. Sunday


evenings at 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church
on Cedar Avenue (behind Burger King) at
7 p.m.
Monday at 7 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church at 599 8th Avenue. The
3rd meeting is held Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
EATING DISORDER SUPPORT
GROUP (ANAD) will meet each Thursday
at 7 p.m. at the Fort Walton Beach
Creative Senior Center, 31 Memorial
Parkway SW. Nationally affiliated; local
advisory board. Call 796-3277 for infor-
mation.
GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY SUP-
PORT GROUP meets at the HOPE
Center at 637 Bayshore Drive in Niceville,
the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at
6 p.m. Contact 689-0300 or 678-4621.
AMERICAN LEGION POST #75
hosts open-to-the-public bingo Sundays
from 12:30 to 5 p.m. The post is located at
898 James Lee Blvd. in Crestview.
The COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS,
a support group for parents and grand-
parents who have experienced the death
of a child, regardless of age, meets the
first Tuesday of each month at Holy Name
of Jesus Catholic Church, 1200
Valparaiso Blvd., Niceville, Florida in
room #4 in the Religious Education
Building behind the Church. For more
information call Joan Young 243-6253 or
Sherry Benson at 897-9151.
COVENANT HOSPICE invites any-
one who has suffered the loss of a loved
one to attend a free ongoing Grief
Support Group which meets on the first
and the third Wednesday of each month
from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Covenant
Hospice is located at 370 W. Redstone
Drive. Call Charlotte at 682-3628 ext.
235 if you have any questions.

WEIGHT LOSS
TOPS 325 CRESTVIEW meets
each Tuesday at 9 a.m. Weigh-ins are at
8 a.m.
Meetings are held at the comer of 8
and Texas at First Methodist Church in
Crestview. Call 682-2133 for more infor-
mation.
WEIGHT WATCHERS, meets every
Thursday at the First United Methodist
Church, 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
Room 212. Registration and weigh in
begins at 5 p.m., meeting follows. Come
join us.
TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY
has regular Tuesday night meetings in the
First United Methodist Church in
Crestview, located at 599 Eighth Avenue.
Weigh-ins are from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m., and
the meeting begins at 7 p.m. Call Elsie at
682-6040.

COUNTY, CITY &
POLITICAL
ORGANIZATIONS
The NORTH OKALOOSA REPUB-
LICAN CLUB meets on the second
Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
Sonny's BBQ Restaurant in Crestview.
Call 689-3773 for additional information.
A member of Congressman ALLEN
BOYD'S (D-North Florida) staff will be vis-
iting Destin on the second Thursday of
every month so the people of Okaloosa
County have the opportunity to personally
discuss issues concerning them.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meetings. The


group regularly meets on the fourth
Thursday of the month. For general infor-
mation on the Republican Club, please
contact Marvin Brigman at 609-3341.
The LAUREL HILL VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT holds its regular
monthly meetings on the second
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the
Fire Department office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall. Drills are at 9 a.m. on
the Saturdays following the meetings.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the third Thursday of
each month at the fire station 83, located
at 5241: highway 4 in Milligan. Each meet-
ing begins at 7:00 p.m.
The OKALOOSA WALTON
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally meets on
the third Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center, 204 North
Partin Drive (SR 285) at 3:00 p.m. To con-
firm the meeting date and location, call 1-
800-226-8914 ext. 213.
The CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL
meets every second and fourth Monday of
each month at Crestview City Hall on
Wilson Street in downtown Crestview.
Each session starts at 6:00 p.m.
The LAUREL HILL CITY COUNCIL
meets on the first Thursday of each month
at City Hall on State Road 85N in Laurel
Hill. Each session starts at 7:00 p.m.
*The BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OF THE BAKER FIRE DISTRICT meets
the first Thursday of each month at 7:00
p.m. at the Baker Fire Station, 5805
Monroe St., Baker.
The BLACKMAN FIRE DISTRICT
holds their monthly board meeting on the
first Monday night of each month at the
fire station. The meetings begin at 7:00
p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUNTEER
FIRE DISTRICT holds their monthly busi-
ness and commissioners meeting on the
second Thursday night of each month at
the fire station.
The OKALOOSA BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meets on
the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Each meeting alternates in location
between the county courthouse in
Crestview, and the water and sewer build-
ing in Fort Walton Beach. Times also vary
between morning and evening meetings.
Morning meetings begin at 8:30 a.m.;
night time meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. Be
sure to go online at
http://www.co.okaloosa.fl.us and check
for the most recent calendar of events.

DANCING
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YMCA has openings for Line dancing
classes in Crestview. Class sessions are
held every Monday evening from 8 p.m.
until 9 p.m. at the YMCA building on
Wilson Street. Classes are only $20.00
per month. For more information on this
program or any other YMCA program,
contact a representative at 689-2999.
MODERN .SQUARES OF
CRESTVIEW, square dancing every
Thursday night at the Davidson Middle
School Cafeteria on Old Bethel Road at 7
p.m. Caller Berlon Graham. All dancers
and visitors welcome. Need more infor-
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Winn Dixie employee Linda Frost holds what many Florida retailers are now using to inform cus-
tomers where to find the Sudafed.


COUNTER, from page 1A


The Drug Enforcement
Administration reports more
than 15,000 seizures of meth labs
and meth lab materials national-
ly in 2004 alone. In Florida, there
were 277 seizures.
Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski
recently signed a new law that
will require a doctor's prescrip-
tion for all cold and allergy med-
icines that contain pseu-
doephedrine.
I hope that Florida will not
get to that point," added
Peaden. "We'll have to monitor
FDLE stabstics and hope this
"hew tougher legislation hakesa
difference."
Statewide retailers have
pulled the product off their
shelves and replaced it with a
notice to see the pharmacist if
they wish to purchase it.
The Florida Retail
Federation, in support of the
new legislation, joined Flonda
Drug Control Director Jim
McDonough and Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement Commissioner
Guy Tunnel].
"This legislation is absolute-
ly necessary in the fight against
methamphetamine," Director
McDonough said. "If we are to
avoid the depths of the terrible
problems caused by metham-
phetamine abuse we need to
have a timely and proactive col-
lective response to defeat this
scourge. This law is another ele-
ment m Florida's fight to contain
the spread of meth abuse."
FDLE Commissioner Tunnell
echoed McDonough's words.
"We applaud the legislature and
Gov. Bush for taking on this
public safety issue and passing a
measure that will make all of us
safer," Tunnell said. "This new
tool will help Florida law
enforcement officers in their
efforts to stem the abuse of
methamphetamines."
The Florida Chain Drug
Council of the Florida Retail
Federaton represents many of
the major chain drug stores
operating in Florida.
Rick McCallister, president
and CEO of the Florida Retail
Federation, said his organiza-
tion's 11,000 members, which
includes major retailers like
Wal-Mart, Winn Dixie, and
Publix locally, support the new
law.
"We think it's obviously a
problem that continues to
grow," said McCallister.
"The Florida Retail
Federation, on behalf of its
members, was pleased to assist
with the passage of this impor-
tant piece of legislation in order
to support the law enforcement
community in its attempts to
stop the spread of this terrible
drug. We think the controls
placed on the sale of pseu-
doephedrine will help in this


fight."
He said his organization
understands the inconvenience
that the new law may cause
legitimate purchasers.
"Retailers want to be good
citizens," continued McCallister.
"You have to balance how we
help people with their health
products and at the same time
do what we can to play a posi-
tive role in the effort to eliminate
this problem in Florida," a prob-
lem in which Florida's Chief
Financial Officer Tom Gallager
recently compared, to a-terrorist
flth e a-_' -, 0 : 2 ,"- .
"The criminals who make
meth are the equivalent to the
makers of any terrorist bomb
anywhere in the world," said
Gallagher.
Customers wanting to pur-
chase the common cold remedy
for legitimate purposes are not
happy with the new legislation.
Pharmacist and store employees
have to deal with oftentimes-
irate customers who can't
understand why they can only
purchase a limited amount.
"We have people come in
everyday unhappy because they
have to go through the pharma-
cist to get the medicine," said
Beverly Joyner, front store man-
ager at the Winn Dixie on north
SR 85. "I had a woman in here
Sunday that was really mad. She
came in early before the phar-
macy opened. She wanted me to
go into the pharmacy and get it
for her."
According to McCallister,
retail establishments in Florida
now have an obligation to pro-
vide training to any employee of
an establishment who might, in
the course of their duties, sell
any product containing pseu-
doephedrine in a single'ingredi-
ent form.
"We have put together a
training program that has been
made available to all of our
membership," said McCallister.
Chad Sutherland, assistant
store manager at the Publix
Supermarket on SR 85 said that
vigilance and a little common
sense has gone a long way at his
store.
"I took the Sudafed off the
shelf long before the July 1 law
was passed," Sutherland said.
Southerland said his employ-
ees were finding empty Sudafed
boxes all over the store, where
apparent addicts had come in
and stolen the contents.
"It got really bad with the
thefts. Every day we would find
empty boxes in the store, so I
had the stuff put back in the
pharmacy."
Last week one local pharma-
cist went as far as to follow three
men from his pharmacy to
Publix. He said he noticed them
acting strange in his store and
figured they were making the


rounds to various pharmacies
gathering up as much of the
drug that they could. He called
the Publix Pharmacy from his
cell phone while outside in the
parking lot. The three men left
the store after making eye con-
tact with Sutherland.
In addition to the restrictions
placed on over-the-counter
drugs, the legislation also pro-
vides minimum mandatory sen-
tences for those who expose
children to the hazards of meth
labs. -
--Theebill-also -provides new
harsher" penalties for;meth lab
operators who injure law
enforcement officers responding
to labs, and enhances safety
guidelines for the storage and
transportation of anhydrous
ammonia; another chemical
commonly used in the manufac-
ture of meth.
Medicine Shoppe owner and
pharmacist Lynn Garrett are
experiencing what he fears may
be a new trend by the addicts.
"What bothers me is that it
appears that perhaps criminals
may be targeting other cold
medicines not mentioned in the
bill."
Last Thursday, Attorney
General Alberto Gonzales, HHS
Secretary Mike Leavitt, and
ONDCP Director John Walters
visited the Davidson County
Tennessee Drug Court and
Treatment Center and
announced new tools in their
ongoing efforts to target
methamphetamine.
"The scourge of metham-
phetamine demands unconven-
tional thinking and innovative
solutions to fight the devasta-
tion it leaves behind," Atty. Gen.
Alberto R. Gonzales said. "I
have directed U.S. attorneys to
make prosecution of metham-
phetamine-related crimes a top
priority and seek the harshest
penalties.",
To combat methampheta-
mine production, trafficking and
abuse, the Bush Administration
has a comprehensive strategy
involving the Department of
Justice, the Department of
Health and Human Services,
and the Office of National Drug
Control Policy working in con-
junction with state and local offi-
cials.
The Administration's efforts
are focused on four areas: pre-
vention and treatment; law
enforcement; education; and
management of the drug's
unique consequences.
Gonzales announced $1 mil-
lion for anti-meth ads and $16.2
million over the next three years
for treatment grants.
The feds have also a new
w e b s i t e ,
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VIEWPOINT AND COMMENTARY


Public

Pulse


To the

Editor


Thank you!
The American Red Cross in
Northwest Florida moved its
northern Okaloosa County office to
Crestview over a very long hot
weekend! BIG thanks go to the
United States Air Force EOD
students whio packed us, moved us,
and"unipacked us. For anyone who
hasn't worked with Air Force
members, you should know they
Struly.have servant's hearts and we
were so blessed by their time and
.commitment to our cause.
An additional Thanks goes to
STim Bryaintand our friends at
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purchase much needed supplies.
"Ditt. Bags", have personal
es as.,like soap;, otiorr, .'
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Gp ignuniity members aspisitus in .
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Yellow light? Red light? Just do what's right


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

I believe wholeheartedly in upholding the law.
Heck, I even went out and earned my bachelor's degree
in criminal justice and contemplated getting into some type
of law enforcement just a few years back.
The one thing that I remember most
from all of those hours of studying police
operations was simple: hold tight to your
integrity. In other words, do what's right
and what's fair.
It has become widely known that
Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris
has taken a stand against those who
blatantly cruise through red lights.
And with the thousands of people that
die each year from such moving Editor'
violations, I respect what he is doing. i o
"Operation Red Light" has made all of us Not0
more aware of what the consequences are
for disobeying the law.
But, I'm not so sure the consistency in upholding that
particular law is really where it needs to be.
Yes, I admit, I got tracked down by one of Okaloosa's
finest last Friday afternoon. I actually got pulled over in our
very own News Bulletin parking lot and issued an
immediate citation for "running a red light."
I soon found out that this is the quickest way to blow a
cold $112.50. Until now, I thought the roulette table at
Casino Magic made money disappear quicker than anything.
Anyway, I was flowing through the usual thick stream of
traffic on State Road 85 North midway through the
afternoon. As I pulled into the turning lane to make a left
onto Highway 90, toward our office, the light was green
with a car in front of me. We both nudged into the
intersection waiting for a break in the oncoming traffic.
By the time we finally got that break, the light was
turning yellow. The car in front of me punched it and went
through, and I immediately followed.
A brief time later, I was surprised to see blue lights in the
rearview. My immediate thought was that it was one of my
cop buddies playing a little prank.
I was honestly unaware that I had broken any law.
After the opening pleasantries of asking how I was doing
that day and where I was headed, the deputy asked me if I
saw the red light I had just driven through.
"No, the light was yellow when I went through it," I
explained.
He then informed me that he was coming from the
adjacent intersection and saw the green arrow for traffic
turning southbound on 85 before I was completely through
the intersection.
I repeated that the light was definitely yellow when I
being making g ifiy furn.'
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when the light turns red until the adjacent green arrow
comes on.
He could not actually see the light in my lane from his
position in the adjacent lane, so he was using this "3-second
delay" to guess when my light actually turned red.
When I maintained that the light was yellow, he told me


Lame Duck President?
We have heard a lot of
discussion recently about
President Bush being a lame duck
president. There is no question he
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to "tell that to the thousands of people that had died from
people running red lights."
Ouch! No "Victor Whiskey" (police jargon for "verbal
warning") from this guy. The citation was in hand and the
reasonable doubt had run out the back door.
Yeah, I know, we all think we're innocent when we get a
ticket. Believe me, in my 22 years behind the wheel, I have
been the recipient of a few.
If I'm guilty, I will pay my fine and move on.
But the thing that really stuck in my craw with this
particular situation was the fact that just one day before, I
was behind a deputy's car and witnessed him (or her) doing
the exact same thing that I did.
Matter of fact, I decided to put on my reporter's cap a
couple hours after my incident and park in the CVS
Pharmacy parking lot, during rush-hour gridlock, and
monitored that intersection for 30 minutes. Just some good,
old-fashioned newspaper reporting.
The first thing that I noticed was that the batteries on that
"3-second delay" must have been going dead, because that
green arrow lit up immediately after the adjacent lane turned
red.
And within the half hour that I sat there, with pencil and
paper in hand, I counted no less than 24 cars do the exact
same thing that I was cited for. And get this, one was
another law enforcement vehicle.
So, let me get this straight. Random average citizens can
be cited for $112.50 tickets for doing the same thing that law
enforcement officers do?
Remember that word integrity?
Do we as citizens have the right to jump out in the
middle of the 85 and 90 intersection with our best Gomer
Pyle impersonations?
"Seet-a-suns Aray-est!"
"Seet-a-suns Aray-est!"
That's not a jab at these officers for scooting through
lights that are turning red. From my understanding of the
law, that is not illegal.
Apparently, I was just in the wrong place at the wrong
time.
A quick Internet search on the Department of Highway
Safety's website offered its definition of running a red light.
I quote: "A violation occurs when a motorist enters an
intersection, often deliberately, some time after the signal
light has turned red. Motorists inadvertently in an
intersection when the signal changes to red (waiting to turn
left, for example) aren't red light runners."
I am in no way encouraging drivers to jump the gun on
red lights. We've had more than our share of traffic fatalities
in North Okaloosa County this year alone. I am simply
saying that the rule needs to be universal, and it needs to be
interpreted the same way across the board.
Some of my closest friends are area law enforcement
officers and I respect the jobs done by our local agencies.
"Thifi newspaper spends a lot of time and ink to prboote oiur
area's emergency personnel.
We all have jobs to do. We all have lives to live. So let's
figure out what's right and what's wrong.
Then do what's right.
Steve Andrews can be reached at 682-6524
or at razoraque@yahoo.com.


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Crestview


passed by a vote of 217 to 215. The vote was held open
for approximately an hour while members on the fence
were convinced of the necessity to pass CAFTA. The vote
was extremely important politically. These countries need
all the help they can get economically. If they fail
economically, they become ripe for the policies of Castro
and the Venezuelan president. CAFTA is symbolic of the
United States not forgetting its neighbors.
The Patriot Act looked like it was going to be an
extremely controversial issue; however, the debate on it
started just after the attacks in London on July 7. The bill
moved rapidly in the House. The Senate bill differs from
the House bill on some key issues such as sunsetting
some controversial provisions, including one involving
obtaining information from libraries.
One of the big problems for the President is the
nomination of John Roberts. However, there was a
breakthrough in the hearing schedule. The Judiciary
Committee Chairman Arlen Specter (R-Pa) announced
that he had agreement on a time table which, if followed,
could mean an up or down vote on Roberts before the
new Supreme Court session starts on October 3. Roberts
will take some body blows but, unless something new
comes out, it appears he will be confirmed.
Finally, the House passed by a fairly large margin the
repeal of the death tax. The death tax will be abolished in
2010, but if nothing is done, it will reappear in 2011 with
a tax rate of approximately 55%. This is unacceptable. I
personally have opposed the death tax on philosophical
reasons, as it is a double tax. Right now, there is a good
possibility there will'be a vote in early September in the
Senate. Many people are working hard in the Senate to
come up with a compromise. For instance, Senator Kyl
(R-AZ) has an amendment that the top estate tax would
be equal to the 15% capital gains rate with step up in
basis. Part of the problem is that those who oppose the
tax and feel it should be totally repealed have been
reluctant to compromise. If this passes, whether it is a
total repeal or a compromise, it is, again, another victory
for the President.
The President of the United States is the most powerful
political figure in the world. Although that power may
erode some, it is a mistake to underrate what a president
can do. Members of the House who run every two years
worry more about the President's popularity or lack
thereof than Senators who have 6-year terms with only
1/3 running each election cycle. You see more
independence in terms of voting the last two years of a
president's term. It becomes a difficult job for the
leadership of the President's party to keep everybody
together.
This President has strong beliefs and is not poll-driven.
If those of you have any doubts about the President's
power continuing to the end, look at the recent pardons
by Bill Clinton in literally the last hours of his Presidency.

Lou Frey, Jr. is a former member of Congress (FL '69-'79),
Past President, Former Members of Congress, Partner,
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A., Orlando,
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I hate about it is they get you
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Lewis Grizzard commented
once on the difference between
naked and nekkid. "Naked
means you got no clothes on.
Nekkid means you got no
clothes on and you're up to
something."
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office received a call
from a local woman who said a
completely naked man was fol-


lowing her. The
woman stated she
saw a naked man
approaching her on
A the beach, so she
screamed and went
to get help.
Another beachgoer
offered the use of his
cell phone, and also witnessed
the unclad man walk behind a
dune. Officers found the man,
dressed, on his motorcycle leav-
ing the scene.
The offended woman and
other witness were transported
to where the now detained,
now clothed man was being
held. They both positively
identified the suspect. Upon
questioning, the formerly stark-
naked man said he was just
changing his clothes, and didn't
mean to offend anyone. He
was arrested for knowingly and
willingly exposing himself to


the public. It's a matter of per-
ception as to whether this gen-
tleman was naked or nekkid.
He may have been celebrating
his birthday, or perhaps he
thought the crime was just too
miniscule to matter to others.

Attention shoppers...

A Crestview woman went
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last week and lost her purse.
One of the employees found the
purse, and being a Good
Samaritan, looked in it for iden-
tification. She found the ID
and also a quantity of marijua-
na. The purse owner was
located and got her pocketbook
back, along with a possession
charge. The woman said she
was just holding the marijuana
for a friend. Now, what kind
of friend leaves her buddy
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8/6: Shawn Michael Griffith, 20, of
1014 E. Chestnut Avenue, Crestview, was
arrested on a charge of possession of
drug paraphernalia. John Charles
Watson, 44, of 1018 E. Chestnut Avenue,
Crestview, was Issued a notice to appear
on a charge of possession of an alcoholic
beverage on city property.
8/7: Wesley Ryan Blackerby, 23, of
1804 Shayln Apartments, Bluewater Bay,
Fla., was arrested on charges of posses-
sion of a concealed weapon and posses-
sion of a controlled substance during a
lawful traffic stop. Glory A. Godwin, 3011,
of 1306 Oakwood Lakes Blvd., DeFuniak
Springs, Fla., was charged with operating
a car against license restrictions.
8/10:Gordon Patterson, 32, of 296
Oakdale W. Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with a nonmoving traffic violation.
Christopher D. Michael, 38, of 5829
Aftonshire Ct., Fayetteville, NC, was
charged with financial responsibility for
damages in a traffic offense. Demonica
S. Walker, 41, of 116 Koon St. A, Ft.
Walton Beach, was charged with a non-
moving traffic violation.
8/11: Donna Mountcastle, 41, 606
Huck Finn Drive, Crestview, was arrested
for domestic violence/battery.
8/12: Sean D. Robinson, 37, of 164
Cabana Way, Crestview, was arrested on
charges of possession of drug parapher-
nalia, cocaine, and a legend drug without
a prescription. Pamela B. Dubose, 37,
was charged with driving while license
suspended or revoked. A capias was
requested for William B. Childree, 43,
1202 East Chestnut Avenue, Crestview;
on a charge of battery. Teresa Marie
Mason, 34, of 107 Jacob Drive, Crestview,
was arrested on a charge of possession
of marijuana. Charles E. Tucker, 27, of
Crestview was arrested on a charge of
possession of marijuana. Christopher
D. Hagen, 122 West First Avenue,
Crestview, 23, was charge with resisting
arrest without violence. Bobby J.
Waalkes, of 1516 Dads Road, Baker, 25,
was charged with a nonmoving traffic vio-
lation. Voncille Ann Rivers, 31, of
Oglesby Avenue, Crestview, was arrested
on charges of possession of cocaine and
drug paraphernalia. Sean D. Robinson,
37, of 164 Cabana Way, Crestview, was
arrested on charges of possession of drug
paraphernalia, cocaine, and a legend
drug without a prescription.
8/13: William Aull, 311 Holly Tree
Lane, Crestview, 32, was arrested on
charges of possession of a controlled
substance and possession of paraphema-


lia after a traffic stop. John Shoffner, 32,
of 5497 Goodwin Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while license sus-
pended.
8/14: Bryan A. Newton, 18, of 3126
Zadie Lane, Crestview, was charged with
attaching tag not assigned. Walter R.
Moore, 45, of 605 East Chestnut Avenue,
Crestview, was arrested on a charge of
possession of a Schedule III controlled
substance. Mauro Ruiz was arrested on
a charge of grand theft auto after running
a stop sign. Chad Wesley Moreland, 22,
of 2801 Ultra Lane, Crestview, was issued
a notice to appear on a charge of marijua-
na.
8/15: Amber N. Payne, 19, of 605
Chestnut E. Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with driving while license sus-
pended. Ashley A. Farmer, 22, 900
Covington Avenue A, Opp, Ala., was
charged with driving while license sus-
pended and unlawful speed in a school
zone. Andrew I. Akers, 18, of 618
Northview Drive, Crestview, was arrested
on a charge of disorderly conduct.
8/16: Winnie Sondra Wray, 38, of
1628 18th Street, Niceville, was arrested
on charges of possession of drug para-
phernalia and cocaine. Richard J.
Borders, 49, of 3421 Melissa Lane,
Crestview, was charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked, after being
stopped for faulty equipment. Leslie
Loper Townsend, 35, of 87 Bay Avenue,
DeFuniak, was arrested on charges of
possession of marijuana and drug para-
phernalia.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's crime reports
8/3: Mary L. Turner, 1298 S. Pearl
Street, Crestview, 45, was arrested on a
charge of violation of probation.
8/4: Tarkwa kenyabra Rumph, 37, of
215 NW Hickory, Ft. Walton Beach, was
arrested on charges of possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and smug-
gling contraband into a detention facility.
8/8: Keith Jankouskas reported that a
vehicle at his workplace had been bur-
glarized. Several tools, accessories, and
batteries were stolen, as well as other
items. Melinda Livingston Arnett, 40, of
1902 Hooten Street, Clean, Texas, was
charged with two counts of burglary with
intent to commit assault and one count of
battery/domestic violence. Julie
Gwynne-Short Packard, 31, of 6200 Old
Hickory Road, Crestview, was charged
with aggravated battery without a
weapon/without intent to kill. Matt
Hardeman Jones, 36, of 13305 NE 251st
Terrace, Salt Springs, Fla., was charged


with providing a false name while lawfully
detained. Jamie S. Palmer, age 28, of
353 W. James Lee, Lot 28, of Crestview,
was arrested on a charge of violation of
probation. Daniel D. Edwards, 20, of
8176 Ludlam Road, Laurel Hill, was
arrested on a charge of violation of proba-

tion. Robert Charles Garrett, 26, of 1005
Martin Luther King Avenue, Crestview,
was charged with violation of probation.
8/9: Gerald Long of Holt reported the
attempted theft of his Chevrolet Corvette,
which destroyed the ignition switch. *
Shirley Ann Mann, 48, of 3025 Blueberry,
Crestview, was charged with failure to
appear. Dwight Cadenhead, of 5204
Chestnut Avenue, Baker, 42, was
charged with criminal mischief after he
and another resident removed roofing and
ceiling materials from a residence they
were being evicted from. Lacey J. Alford,
22, of 980 Hard Times Lane, Holt, was
charged with retail theft. Robert Michael
Davis, 47, of 544 Main Street, Crestview,
was arrested on a charge of violation of
probation. Courtney Zane Taylor, 20, of
5370 Monterrey Road, Crestview, was
charged with failure to appear. Vidia May
Johnson, 47, of 6450 Fleet Avenue,
Milton, was charged two counts of failure
to appear. Eual David Corley, 37, of 244
W. U.S. Hwy. 90, Holt, was arrested on a
charge of violation of probation.
8/10: Steve Tindell, a CHS teacher,
reported that his Dell laptop was missing
after being left in the storage room in May.
* Timothy Wade Livingston, 27, of 4454
Cooper Lane, Holt, was charged with vio-
lation of a domestic violence injunction. *
Alicia Ann Aplin, 22, of 2210 West James
Lee Blvd. Lot 10, Crestview, was charged
with battery/domestic violence. Greg J.
Kingure, 51, of 4864 Orlimar Drive,
Crestview, was charged with assault with
a weapon without intent to kill. Tina
Marie Petrino, 20, was charged with fail-
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Jacob Michael Ware, 26, of 4294 E. Hwy.
90, Crestview, was charged with violation
of probation. e John William Phillips II, 21,
of 54010 Okaloosa Lane, Crestview,
turned himself in and was charged with
worthless check use. Colleen Ford of
California reported the theft of her
Raymond Weil wristwatch while she was
visiting her mother in Crestview. Nancy
Wallace of Crestview reported the theft of
her vehicle, which was borrowed by her
relative and never returned.
8/11: Nicole S. McClelland, 26, of
5355 Opportunity Drive, Crestview, was
arrested on a charge of worthless check
use. Jessica Kristy Pierce, 20, was
charged with motor vehicle title fraud and
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CHS Band to perform at


Macy's Thanksgiving Parade


The Big Red
Machine headed
to New York
Special to The Bulletin
New York This November
the dream will become a reality
for local Crestview High School
Band members when they per-
form in one of the nation's most
beloved holiday traditions, the
79th annual Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade.
On Nov. 24th, the band mem-
bers will take their musical
marching talents and show-
stopping choreography to the
streets of New York City and the
world.
As one of 10 lucky bands
selected to perform in the 79th
annual Macy's Thanksgiving
Day Parade, the Crestview Big
Red Machine will present
Crestview to the nation and the
world.
With over 2.5 million live
spectators lining the streets of
New York City and more than 50
million television viewers,
Crestview will take its place on
the national spotlight when the
Big Red Machine steps onto
Herald Square.
In front of Macy's Herald
Square, the culmination of a
dream and months of hard
work finally pays off. As if this
was not enough, the band will
have the extra honor of usher-
ing in the parade's biggest star,
Santa Claus, at the cose of the
event.
Bill Schermerhom, vice presi-
dent and creative director for
Macy's Thanksgiving Day
Parade, said, "The South is
known for entertaining show
bands that really capture and
excite and audience. Crestview
High School is no exception, and
has proven it by capturing an
impressive list of awards and
accomplishments throughout
the years. We're very excited to
welcome Crestview High School
into the Macy's band family!"
Crestview High School Band
director David Cadle shared the
excitement.
"It is a tremendous honor for
the Crestview High School Band
to have been selected to perform
in America's greatest parade, the
Macy's Thanksgiving Day
Parade," Cadle said. "Every
band in America dreams of
being a participant in this event
that captures the American spir-
it of celebration and is greeted
with anticipation around the
world. It just isn't Thanksgiving
without the balloons, celebrities,
and marching bands in the
Macy's Parade."
CHS Band drum major Jamar
Woods also looks forward to the
November event.
"As a, child I watched the
Macy's Thanksgiving Day
Parade every year and I never
dreamed that I would have the
opportunity to actually perform
in this wonderful event," Woods
said. "As drum major of the
Crestview High School Band, it


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will be an honor for me to lead
this great band down the famous
avenues of the Big Apple and be
a part of the great American tra-
dition that is the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade."
The selection process for the
Macy's Parade is a difficult and
time-consuming task. Every
year Macy's reviews hundreds


of band applications. Each band
must submit a video of past per-
formances to determine march-
ing abilities, maneuvering and
musical quality, as well as letters
of recommendation, band com-
petition history and a biography
of the band's director.
All these are necessary to
determine if a band merits the
honor of taking the stage in
front of millions of people in the
parade. The selection committee
strives to make sure that the
bands chosen represent the very
best of America to a national
and worldwide audience, and
that this year's bands achieve
the high standards set by
Macy's.
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79th annual Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade,
please call the Macy's Parade
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Multiple fires keep

departments busy


Ken Nielsen
Bulletin Reporter
A 16-year-old Crestview teen
was taken by helicopter to
Baptist Hospital Tuesday after
he received bums from a fire in
his home.
According to Crestview Fire
Chief Joe Traylor, the boy was
playing with a lighter on a couch
in his home when one of the
cushions ignited.
"He tried to get it into the tub
to extinguish it, and that's when
he received the bums," said
Traylor. The teen's injuries were
not life threatening.
Crestview firefighters were
called on in two similar inci-
dents on Saturday.
Juveniles playing with a
lighter caused more than
$80,000 damage to the home at
156 Nicole Lane around'4:30
p.m. Crestview, North
Okaloosa, Dorcas and Eglin AFB
firefighters teamed up to fight


the blaze for more than two
hours.
A stic of incense was left
burning in a garage at 426
Northview around 4:45 p.m. and
caused an estimated $40,000 in
damage. Crestview, North
Okaloosa, Dorcas and Baker fire-
fighters worked together to
extinguish that blaze.
On Monday morning
Crestview and North Okaloosa
firefighters joined the Baker fire
department in battling what the
Florida State Fire Marshal's
office has classified as a suspi-
cious fire.
Around 6:30 a.m. firefighters
arrived at 1978 Hidden Springs
Drive in Baker and found a
home under construction fully
ablaze.
According to firefighters two
other homes in the area had also
been on fire but apparently
extinguished themselves. No
estimation of damages was
available.


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Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
EMS personnel examine a 16-year-old teen who was burned in a fire Tuesday that started from lighter he was playing with. The
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"School Nutrition more accu-
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others. We will be more aligned
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non-profit professional member-
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serves over 202 million children
meals at school daily.
In addition to changing their
name, they have posted a nutri-
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site (www.fsfsa.org) to assist
local school boards in planning
district wellness programs for
school year 2006/2007. School
districts will be required to put
together a plan that increases
physical activity, improves
nutrition, and involves repre-
sentatives of the community,
school board, parents, teachers
and students as part of the Child
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that became law June 30, 2004.


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Newlyweds Jessica and Kyle Culpepper were married July 16.


Hayslip
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Rachel Campbell and Nathan Baker are planning an Oct. 22 wed- Miss Courtney Dyan Byrd and Mr. Jason Franklin Henley were
ding ceremony. (photo by Around Town Photography, Niceville) united in marriage on Saturday, July 2, 2005 at 6:00 in the evening
at the First United Methodist Church in Crestview, Fla.


- umpepperr Campbell


nuptials take place


Tessica Hayslip and Kyle
S Culpepper of Crestview
were married July 16,
2005 at the First Baptist Church
of Crestview.
The bride is the daughter of
David and Debbie Hayslip of
Crestview. She is a graduate of
Crestview High School, and
received her A.A. degree from
OWCC. Jessica is earning her
B.A. as a senior at the


University of West Florida in
the nursing Program.
The groom's parents are Rev.
Randall and Cindy Culpepper
of Crestview. He is a graduate
of Baker High School and a
senior at the University of West
Florida, studying software engi-
neering.
The couple honeymooned by
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r. David and Mrs.
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Crestview are proud
to announce the engagement of
their daughter, Rachel
Elizabeth, to Nathan Alien
Baker, son of Alien and Patricia
Baker of Crestview.
The prospective bride
attended Crestview High
School, and is a graduate of
Florida State University and the
University of South Florida,
where she received a master's
degree in business administra-
tion. She is employed as a pro-


curement agent with the Boeing
Company.
The prospective groom
attended Crestview High
School, and is a graduate of the
University of Florida and the
University of West Florida,
where he received a master's
degree in business administra-
tion. He is employed as a mate-
rials cost management analyst
with the Boeing Company.
A wedding is planned for
October 22, 2005 at First Baptist
Church of Niceville.


Marriage Announcements-


8/6: Eric Randolph Thames, 40,
and Shelly Lynn Houston, 32,
both of Crestview.
8/2: Joseph Edward Fisher, 22,
of Baker, and Krystal Lynne
Tims, 21, of Crestview.
8/13: Wesley Steven
Geoghagan, 25, of Laurel Hill,
and Jessica Michelle Barrow,
24, of Baker.
7/31: Charley Richardson
Middlebrooks III, 42, and Janeil


Lynn Barrow, 37, both of
Crestview.
7/15: Waylan Hawthorn, 51, of
Laurel Hill, and Linda Frances
Moore, 47, of Crestview.
7/25: Carey Preston Richards,
27, and Vanessa Fae Darneille,
21, both of Holt.
6/24: Charles Edward Heisler
38, and Ki9mberly Sue Jones,
43, both of Laurel Hill.


Hannah Kline wins Sunburst

International Swimwear Pageant


On the weekend of July 28,
Hannah Kline won the Pee Wee
title at the Sunburst
International Swimwear
Pageant.
Hannah competes in local
pageants and won 3rd place in
the Sunburst state finals in May;
this qualified her for the interna-
tionals. She competed against
54 other girls at the international
level and won her title of "Pee
Wee International Swimwear."
She also placed 3rd in the Super
Model Search, 3rd in Photogenic
and Top Ten in Beauty. This
qualifies her to compete again in
next year's Sunbursst
Internationals. Good luck!
Hannah would like to thank
the following people: Papa from
Freeport Recycle for .sponsor-
ship, Mimi for making her hair
look great, Auntie Vickey and
Uncle Rick for sponsorship, Tir
Ard of the Ard Gallery for
Awesome pictures, and all of her
family and friends for their love
and support. Last but not least,
she thanks her mommy for


Hannah Kline won several
rounds in a swimwear pageant
held at the end of July. (photo
by Ard Gallery)

always getting her to the
pageants and keeping them fun.
Congratulations Hannah,
and remember, experiences like
these make a lifetime of memo-
ries.


Byrd & Henley are


united in marriage


iss Courtney Dyan
Byrd and Mr. Jason
Franklin Henley
were united in marriage on
Saturday, July 2, 2005 at 6:00 in
the evening at the First United
Methodist Church in Crestview,
Fla. The double ring ceremony
was officiated by Rev. Walter
Beamon and Rev. Dick Wright.
Music for the ceremony was
provided by Leon Curenton,
organist, and by soloists Karen
McCool and Tommy McCurley.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee Byrd..
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daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joe
Farmer and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
. Byrd Jr. of Crestview.
Given in marriage by her
parents, the bride wore a majes-
tic satin halter top gown lav-
ished in lace appliques, full
skirt with a detachable royal
train and cascading rosette
accents. To complement her
ensemble the bride chose a fin-
gertip veil attached to a roman-
tic pearl and rhinestone tiara.
She carried a cascading bouquet
completed with magnolias,
roses, lilies, and stephanotis
topped with her baby bible.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Steven Henley of
Crestview. He is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Rogers of
Wing, Ala., Mrs. Claire Jarman
and the late Mr. Harvey Jarman
of Pensacola, Fla. He is also the
great-grandson of Mrs. Elma
Holland of Wing.
Miss Amy Moore, friend of
the bride, served as maid of
honor. Mrs. Andrea Williams,
cousin of the bride, was the
matron of honor. Bridal atten-
dants were Nikki Hadd, Krystal
Tims, and Leann Gautney,
friends of the bride, Mandy
Patterson, sorority sister of the
bride, Becky Lubben, sister of
the groom, and Melissa Byrd,
sister-in-law of the bride.
Flower girls were Alyssa
Henley, niece of the groom, and
Elizabeth Kempski, friend of
the bride.
Serving as the best man was
Mr. Bud Lubben, brother-in-law
of the groom. Groomsmen were
Jon Henley, brother of the


groom, Randy Jarman, Virgil
Henley, and Shaun Condon,
cousins of the groom, Nick
Byrd, brother of the bride, and
Bin Kim and Ernie Baker,
friends of the bride and groom.
Ring bearer was Kean Vonada,
friend of the bride, and the bell
ringer was Tanner Williams,
cousin of the bride.
Following the ceremony, the
bride's parents hosted a recep-
tion at the Foxwood Country
Club, where small dear lights
and tulle swags draped from
,the chandelier and the ceiling.
A lightlpkS lw- as .he
focal point of attention; Tall,
thin satin and crystal towers
topped with flower bouquets
centered the round tables
placed around the room. The
food table was artfully
arranged around a magnificent
flower arrangement adorned
with dear lights and tulle
drapes created by the bride.
Music was provided by
Donnie Brown of Donnie
Brown Production. Numerous
out-of-town friends and rela-
tives attended the wedding and
reception. A group of Alpha
Delta Pi sorority sisters attend-
ed and serenaded the bride and
groom.
On the evening before the
wedding the groom's parents
hosted a seated dinner at the
Coach and Four Restaurant in
Crestview. Prior to the wed-
ding, a miscellaneous bridal
shower was hosted at the home
of Cathy Thigpen, friend of the
family. Other parties included a
lingerie shower hosted by Amy
Moore at the home of Andrea
Williams. The bridesmaids' lun-
cheon was hosted at the home
of Diane Edwards, aunt of the
bride.
Courtney is a recent gradu-
ate of Troy State University in
Troy, Ala. She received her
Bachelor of Science degree in
Broadcast Journalism and is
currently employed with the
Bank of America. Jason is self-
employed at Suncoast Security
in Crestview. Following a hon-
eymoon trip to Disney World,
Mr. and Mrs. Henley currently
reside in Crestview.


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BOOK DONATIONS NEED-
ED: The Friends of the Crestview
Library are asking for donations of
used books for the Fall Book Sale,
which will be held at the Library on
October 7, 8, and 9. Book donations
are accepted at the Library. To arrange
for pickup of books anywhere in
Okaloosa County, call Pam Crowley
at 682-5539, or Linda Odom at 689-
1205. The deadline for donations is
the end of September.
PJC PROGRAM FOR UNPUB-
LISHED WRITERS: From Sept. 9
to 11, Pensacola Jr. College will offer
"How to be Published" by Michael
Garrett, who was the first editor of
Stephen King's work and is an editor-
ial associate at the Writer's Digest
School.
The workshop is a noncredit series
for new writers, with specific concen-
tration on novel writing, screenwrit-


ing, and self-publication. Cost is $60
per workshop. To register, call (850)
484-1797. Early registration is recom-
mended, but walk-ins are also wel-
come. Garrett also has a web site of
free advice for writers at www.manu-
scriptcritique.com.
MEETINGS
Anthropology: Alicia Gardner
will give "A Little Talk about
Anthropology" at the August meeting
of the Emerald Coast Archaeology
Society at the Temple Mound
Museum, 139 Miracle Strip Parkway
SE, in Fort Walton Beach on
Saturday, August 27, at 1:00 PM.
Everyone is welcome to attend the
meeting, and Alicia asks that you
bring "rigorous" sun glasses to wear.
For further information, call Jean
Lucas at 897-3754.


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SLOW, from page 1A


the department made more than
1,230 traffic stops between the
city's two school zones, nearly
all of them by Cook, and the
majority in the north school
zone.
"It would take a fleet of
patrol cars to stop all of the vio-
lators," said Cook as he kept a
watchful eye on his radar unit
and the passing motorists.
Cook's school zone arrests
include marijuana, methapheta-
mine, druik drivers, parole vio-
lators, felons wanted for child
support, bad checks, and even
some fleeing from warrants in
other states.
"It's really ironic when you
think that some of the people
have been running from and
evading the law for more than
year, and then get caught
because they sped through a
school zone, a well marked
school zone at that," Cook
sighed and shook his head.
There were three types of dri-
vers in the school zone the two
days that I rode with Cook.
First you had the individuals
that realized they were entering
a school zone and crawled
through the area.
Then there were the
motorists that entered the zone
at about 40+ MPH, suddenly
noticed the patrol car and cross-
ing guard, and reluctantly
slowed down to 30 MPH, eye-
balling Cook the entire time.
These drivers defiantly never
slowed down to the zone speed
of 20 MPH as if to dare Cook to
stop them.
Cooks pointed out a particu-
lar violator as he passed through
the zone.
"That guy comes through
here every day pushing the
envelope, just testing me I
guess. He knows that this is a
school zone. I believe he just
doesn't care. One day I'm going
to stop him. You know, he'll be
one of those that will give me a
hard time and complain."
Cook maintains that the
number one reason people
speed through a school zone is
driver distraction.
"Just look at all the people
that come through here talking
on their cell phone. I'd be will-
ing to bet that 30-40 percent of
the people that come through
here are on their phone."
Cook says the excuses are
usually the same. "I was reach-
ing for a something-n the back
seat,'or I spilt my coffee,-or I
dropped my phone when it
rang. Driver distraction, number
one cause."
More than 60 percent of the
individuals Cook stops drive
away with a verbal warning.
Cook said that during the first
couple of weeks of school all he
basically issued were verbal
warnings.
"During the first week I
gave everyone the benefit of the
doubt. Just gave a verbal warn-
ing to nearly everyone I


"Shoot, I've had people fly through here and
almost hit me and the kids while were crossing the
road."
Al Humphrey
Crossing guard


stopped. Most people get in
the habit of slowing down
through the speed zone by the
second or third week."
The department has fitted
Cook's car with the latest tech-
nology in front and rear traffic
speed monitoring radar. Even
without all the high tech gad-
getry, it's not hard to visually
spot a speeder.
"After hours of sitting here
watching cars going through at
20-25 MPH, and then someone
cruises through at 35 or 40, it
looks like they're doing 100
MPH." He has clocked vehicles
this year in school zones at
speeds as high as 48 MPH.
According to Cook, the
majority of people that he stops
live in the Crestview area.
"The address on their license
shows they live within a five
mile radius of this school zone.
I'll ask them, 'How long have
you lived here?' Most of them
have lived here for years and
come through this zone every-
day."
During the 6:30 a.m to 7:30
a.m. hour much of the traffic is
commercial. Big trucks join the
slow parade through the zone.
"Yeah I stop a lot people from
out of state during the early
morning hours. There's a lot of
commercial vehicles coming in
from Alabama who truly didn't
know this zone was here."
Cook said he tries to give the
commercial drivers a break the
first time.
"You know those guys have
CDL licenses. They are hard to
get and hard to maintain. I'm
not out here trying to take a
man's job away. I try to give
them a break the first time
unless they're just really driving
recklessly."
One commercial vehicle that
Cook pulled over last year in the
school zone netted an individual
with numerous felony warrants
and a large quantity of metham-
phetamine and marijuana.
"I never know what I'm
going to encounter when I open
my door and step out of the car.
I handle every stop the same
way whether it's-an elderly-per-
son, a woman, or a young kid.
My safety, their safety, and the
safety of those around me, that's
always a priority."
Al Humphrey has been a
crossing guard with the city for
over six years. He said can't
thank his sidekick Cook enough.
"He helps put a little teeth in
my warnings," said Humphrey
with a smile. "All I can do is
wave and blow my horn when
they fly through here."
School zone violators have


almost hit Humphrey on more
than one occasion.
"Shoot, I've had people fly
through here and almost hit me
and the kids while were crossing
the road."
In 2005 a woman was
charged with reckless driving
for nearly hitting Humphrey,
who was in the middle of the
road with kids.
"She like pulled into the
zone, slowed down for a second,
and then just sped right on
along."
Cook remembers the incident
well. "It was the first stop of the
day. Like at 6:35. Al had just
stepped out to hold his hands
up to stop traffic and lead a
group of kids across the road,
and this woman just blew
through here. She had to be
going at least 45 MPH. A couple
of seconds later and she would
have plowed right into the kids.
We ended up with a multiple car
chase, finally catching her near
the airport."
Humphrey said he's amazed
at how bold and indifferent to
his and the children's safety
some drivers are.
"Society today is all about
me, me, me," continued
Humphrey. "It's sad, but in
some people's mind you're real-
ly inconveniencing them taking
an extra 20 seconds out of their
lives."
Cook said those are the peo-
ple he has little sympathy for
when handing them their ticket.
"And you know what? They
are usually the ones that com-
plain the most and get irate
because I give them a citation.
They love to blame me because
they're going to be late for work
or some other crazy thing."
Cook admits that it's hard
sometimes to write a ticket to a
woman who is sobbing and
explaining how she just lost her
job, she has no money, and her
kids have no food.
"Of course it's difficult. I
sure don't take any pleasure in
it. But hey, when they're going
45 MPH through a school zone
and there are kids just a few feet
away. You got to really use dis-L'
creation in this job, man. You
have to apply the law."
On this particular morning a
maroon Chevy Blazer flies
through the school zone. Cook
clocks the vehicle speed at near-
ly 45 MPH. The legal speed
while the light is flashing is 20
MPH.
He pulls the vehicle over in
the Northview Plaza Shopping
Center parking lot.
After checking the driver's
license, he finds out it has been


SCOUT, from page 1A


said.
Ken had open-heart surgery
in 2002, and his wife says he's
back to normal now.
"Just as bull-headed as ever,"
she said, smiling, "but we're not
going to let him over-do it."
Laurie says that Chelsea was
a little heartbroken about miss-
ing the game that night, but the
Braves gave the family free tick-
ets for the next game.
Chelsea is a pint-sized
dynamo, with colored rubber
bands on her braces, and a vest
full of Girl Scout badges. She
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are understandably impressed
with her abilities.
Chelsea has been a Girl Scout
for six years, is a top cookie-sell-
er, and is very active in her
troop.
"Especially with our troop,
one of the first badges we go
over every year is 'Safety First',
and Chris is our first aid person.
In our troop we have several
girls with disabilities, and they
know they have to keep an eye
out for each another. We talk
about it a couple of times a times
a year, about what to do in dif-
ferent situations," said Troop
Leader Hust.
"We're really proud of her,
because she's taken some of the
things that we've talked about
as a troop and actually applied it
to other things. She's a good
role model for the other girls,"
she adds.
While Chelsea adjusts to
sixth grade, is active in the
Airport Road Church of Christ,
and enjoys drawing and playing
clarinet, she is also gearing up
for Girl Scouts this year. In
addition to the annual cookie
and nut sales, Troop 235 is also
planning trips to the Gulfarium,
campouts, self-defense classes,
and Grandparent's Day activi-


ties. There will also be "He and
Me" bowling, an activity, with
Girl Scout fathers. This year
Chelsea will have her father
with her, thanks to her quick
thinking and the first aid she
learned in Girl Scouts.


The Girl Scouts will be visit-
ing area schools to speak with
children interested in scouting.
The Girl Scouts of .Northwest
Florida toll-free number is 1-
800-624-3951 and the website is
GSNWFL.org.


suspended for some time. 'H
also finds out that the vehic
has no registration or insurance
not to mention an expired tag o
it that belongs to another veh
cle.
If that isn't enough, the di
patcher then reveals that th
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Department wrote this sam
woman a ticket for speedin
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vehicle.
"This lady is bawling and
squalling about how bad her life
is going and wants me to give
her another break," said Cook,
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Cook had the vehicle
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"I try my hardest to not leave
people so angry that they have
this bad taste in their mouth for
law enforcement. I remind them
that if they had kids out there
they would want me out there
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Obituaries

Richard "Dick" D. Edmondson, Sr.
Aug. 29, 1923 -Aug. 12, 2005
Mr. Dick Edmondson was the Former Administrator of Crestview
Hospital and Director of Hospitals in Crestview, Fort Walton Beach and
Niceville, Florida from 1960 until 1968. He is survived by his wife of 57 years,
Catherine "Kitty" D. Edmondson of Orange City, Fla.; one son, Richard D.
Edmondson, Jr. of Apopka, Fla.; three daughters, Nanne D. Eliot of
Washington, D.C.; Bonnie L. Tedder of Mt. Dora, Fla.; and Laura L. Perry of
Athens, Ala.; four granddaughters, Theresa E. Edmondson, Rochelle S.
Edmondson, Lisa M. Tedder and Aliya M. Lewine.

Gertrude Hoskins
April 30,1937-Aug. 12,2005
Gertrude Hoskins, age 68, of Crestview, passed away Friday, August 12,
2005. She was born on April 30, 1937 in Lexington, Kentucky and moved to
Crestview in 1991. Mrs. Hoskins was a homemaker.
Survivors include her husband: MSGT James Robert Hoskins, USAF
Retired of Crestview, Fla.; sons, Mark, Bill & James Evans. Step-daughters:
Teresa Pemberton & Rebecca Evans; stepson, Charles Hoskins; brother,
Thomas McQueen; sisters, Minnie Grigson & Barbara McWilliams; also,
twelve grandchildren.
Memoralization was by cremation. Burial will be at a later date at
Barrancas National Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida.
Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview, was in charge of arrangements.

Isaac Daniel Wilkerson
May 24,1933 Aug. 7,2005
Brother Isaac Daniel Wilkerson departed this life August 7, 2005 at 1:00
a.m. Brother Wilkerson was born May 24, 1933 in Andalusia Ala. to the late
Robert Wilkerson and the late Exlee Law Lee. Brother Wilkinson confessed
Christ and joined Peoples Baptist Church in Crestview,.Florida.
Mr. Wilkerson finished high school in Pensacola, Fla., he attended Florida
A&M University, and he joined the UnitedStates Army were he received an
honorable discharge during the Korean era.
He was hired at Chrysler in 1967. He was a respected union stewart and
often earned perfect attendance awards. He was also a member of UAW local
372.
Mr. Wilkerson retired on disability in,1993. He enjoyed traveling and dri-
ving his van all over the country; He enjoyed watching baseball and he even
played baseball in his younger days.
He leaves to cherish his memory, born to the union of Isaac Daniel
Wilkerson and Lucy Banks-Wilkerson, daughter Yolanda Wilson and son
Demar Wilkerson; daughters, Ms. Marcia Wilkerson-Freeman and Ms.
Kimberly Gilmore; special daughter, Ms. Jasundra Boyd, six grandchildren,
Christina, Tamika, Michael, Victoria, Kawaii and Michgela; two brothers, five
sisters, two godsisters from Illinois, uncles, aunts, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-
law, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, & friends.
Services were held SAturday, August 13 at Peoples Missionary Baptist
Church, Crestview, at 11 a.m., with Pastor George Thomas officiating.
Interment was at Springhill Cemetery Crestview.
Final arrangements were entrusted to McKinnie Funeral Home,
Crestview.


June D. Sayers
June 9, 1920 Aug. 3, 2005
June D. Sayers, age 85, of Crestview, Fla., passed away Wednesday morn-
ing, August 3 at Crestview Parthenon Nursing Center in Crestview. She was
born June Delores Stephen on June 9, 1920 in Somerville, Ohio, the daughter
of George Martin and Clara (Samuels) Stephen. She was second oldest of ten
children, and married John Charles "Shorty" Sayers, who preceded her in
death on Feb. 19, 1988.
She is survived by three sons, Richard Sayers, Walhalla, S. C., and siblings
Mary Toole of Cottage Grove, Ind., Jean Schwab of Oklahoma City, Okla., Bill
Stephen, of Clearwater, Fla., Marcella Cupp of Richland Center, Fla., and
Jerry Stephen, of West College Corer, Ind.; many nieces and nephews.
S In'addition to her husband she was preceded in death by her daughter,
Cheryl Ann Burkhardt; brother, Martin Stephen; and by her oldest sister,
Doris Chappars of Oxford, Ohio, who also died August 3rd., just seven hours
earlier .-. -. .
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Pfimmer of Woodlawn Baptist Church, Crestview, officiating.
The family has suggested memorial donations be made to the Covenant
Hospice, Crestview Park Medical Complex, 370 W. Redstone Drive,
Crestview, Florida 32536.


Opal Inez Jones
SJune 12, 1915 Aug. 17, 2005
Opal Inez Jones passed away Wednesday, August 17, 2005. She was born
June 12, 1915 to William B. Sapp and Alcedonia E. Edge in Crestview.
She is'rejoicing with her husband of 60 years, William Edwin Jones.
She is being missed by her son, Murray & his wife Judy; grandchildren,
Nick Jones, Kim & Lonnie Steinfath, Mark & Dana Jones; her special great-
grandchildren, Corey Jones, Dakota Voyce & Rett Jones; a beloved brother,
Odis Sapp; many nieces, nephews and friends.
The family received friends Friday from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the
funeral home. Funeral services were at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, August 20 at St
Mark United Methodist Church,, with Revs. Glenn McCall and Ed Cotten
officiating. Interment followed at Old Bethel Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Mark United Methodist
Church.
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Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News Bulletin
by 5 PM on the Thursdays prior
to publication.
EVENTS
HOMECOMING: Bradley
Assembly of God Church at 16305
Bradley Road in Wing, Ala. will have
Homecoming Sunday, Aug. 28. Sunday
School is at 9:45 a.m., morning worship
at 11: a.m., and lunch at 12:30 p.m., with
singing in the afternoon. Guest minister
will be Bro. Ken Daughton, of the
Alabama District of the Assembly of
God Churdhes. Special singers will be i
Witness.
INSIDE YARD AND BAKE SALE
sponsored by Thrivent Financial for
Lutherans will be held at Our Savior
Lutheran Church, 178 North Ave.,
Crestview, across from Live Oak
Cemetery on Sat., Aug. 27 from 8 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. 682-0241.
PEANUT BOIL & GOSPEL
SING: Red Oak Baptist Church will
host a peanut boil on Aug. 27 beginning
at 5 p.m. Then at 7 p.m. The
Williamsons from Crestview and The
Morrises from Escambia Farms will be
in concert. Everyone is invited. The
church is located on County Road #180
in the Escambia Farms Community
north of Baker. For information call 682-
6274 or 537-3204.
HOMECOMING: Valley Road
Baptist Church at 1018 Valley Road,
Crestview, will have a Homecoming
Sunday Aug. 28 at 10:00 a.m. The
singer's will be 'The Wilsons' and the
speaker 'Rev. Mike Ammons'. A time of
fellowship and dinner will be enjoyed at
noon.
CCD Class Begins: Our Lady of
Victory Catholic Community: will start
CCD Classes on Wednesday, August 24,
from 6:30 to 7: 45p.m., 550 Adams
Drive Crestview, Telephone 682-4622.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Jonas
Clown Ministry of First United
Methodist Church in Crestview will
have a pancake breakfast fundraiser on
Aug. 27 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. in their
fellowship hall at 599 Eighth Ave.
The proceeds will benefit Relay for


Life.
OUR LADY OF VICTORY
CATHOLIC CHURCH CCI Classes
start Wed., Aug. 24 from 6:30 to 7:45
p.m.
BAZAAR: Women of the First
United Methodist Church of Crestview
will hold their annual craft bazaar Nov.
5. Interested vendors can call 682-4238
or 682-3166 for additional information.
JINGLE BELL CRAFT FAIR
2005: Mary Esther United Methodist
Church will be hosting its annual "Jingle
Bell Craft Fair," Saturday, October 1
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All interested
crafters are cordially invited to reserve
space at this time. Booth spaces are
approximately 8x10 feet, and all are
available for $50. Tables are available
for an additional $8. Items being sold
and displayed must be church appropri-
ate and approved by the Vendor
Committee. Please submit photos and
descriptive information about your mer-
chandise with your application.
Exhibitors may check in and set up
booths on Friday, Sept. 30, between 2-8
p.m. Doors will be open for vendors at
7:30 a.m. on the 1st. Please call the Mary
Esther UMC office at 243-7595 for
information or to obtain an application.

ANNOUNCEMtNTS
CHRISTIAN FAITH MIN-
ISTRIES: Start your day a better way
with Christian Faith Ministries at 5:30
a.m. on 90.1 FM radio.
FREE BIBLE CORRESPON-
DENCE COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offering a free Bible
correspondence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The radio program
airs Monday through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
SHADY GROVE CEMETERY
FEES: The 2005 maintenance fee is due
for anyone owning a plot in Shady
Grove Cemetery.
Dues are payable to Shady Grove
Cemetery Fund and may be mailed or
delivered to the church office at 1189
Shady Grove Road, Baker, FL 32531. If
you have any questions concerning the
fees, please call (850) 537-3104.


So are the families


SAt Brackney Funeral Service, we embrace cultural
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celebration of life. With each unique family we serve,
our professional staff is entrusted to plan and carry out
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we do best. Defining American culture is boundless,
we're pleased that the families we serve are, too.


This resident received a microwave in the drawing sponsored
by Calvary Apostolic Church of Crestview.



Calvary Apostolic


holds block party

Calvary Apostolic Church of Crestview hosted a block party at
Ed Hiss Manor Park at the comer of Bay Street and Blakely Street on
Sat., Aug. 6,2005. The party was the first of many from their Adopt-
A Block program in which a neighborhood is adopted by the church
family and they become servants of the constituents of that neigh-
borhood.
The block party participants served their neighborhood sirloin
burgers, chips, drinks and cookies. The neighbors registered their
names to be in a drawing for prizes such as gift cards, bicycles,
microwaves, CD players, digital cameras, basketballs, toaster, and
many other gifts.
Many thanks to these businesses that helped with this event's
success: Flower's Backing Co., Bulk Ice, Publix, Wal-Mart, and Coca-
Cola.
The next block party is slated for Sat., Aug. 27, 2005. Anyone
wishing to participate in serving the public may call 682-6191.


Gospel group 24/7, with singers David Wise, Jeff Lawrence and
Mike Haight, will be in concert August 28 at Woodlawn Baptist
Church in Crestview.

24/7 in concert at Woodlawn


Woodlawn Baptist Church
in Crestview will be hosting a
special concert featuring the
vocal trio 24/7 on Sunday,
August 28 at 6:00 P.M.
Born out of the ministry of
First Baptist Church in
Orlando, 24/7 has ministered
to thousands of people since
the group's beginning in 1999.
This vocal trio, consisting of
David Wise (originally from
Crestview), Jeff Lawrence and
Mike Haight, has a heart for
worship which shows through
in every aspect of their min-
istry. Coming from diverse
musical backgrounds, each
member lends a distinctive


vocal style, which blend
together to create a truly
unique and contemporary
sound.
Each of the young men cur-
rently hold staff positions in
the Music/Worship Ministry at
First Baptist Church of Orlando
and, in addition to weekly
involvement in their church,
have had the opportunity to do
concert tours in England, Wales
and Ireland, as well as perform
around the country.
The concert is free and a
love offering will be taken.
Woodlawn Baptist Church is
located at 824 S. Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview.


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Professional Counseling Centers i both Crestview
and Ft. Walton Beach since early 2003, after a long
career with the VA in Memphis, Litde Rock. AR and
St. Cloud, MN. In addiuon to training, he is a
member of the International Academy for Ad. anced
Clinical Hypnosis and the American Institute for
Rapid Trauma Resolution.


What good is hypnosis?

Just some of the things that hypnosis is a useful tool
in treating are; pain management, reducing phobias
and panic, performance enhancement in work. sports.
and areas of creativity, stress management, and
changing habits like smoking.

While working in hypnosis, specific
thoughts/suggestions can be lodged in the
subconscious where they can propel the client toward
a desired goal or change behavior in a positive,
permanent way. Any such ruggemnionv munt be
acceptable to the client. of course Thei, wuldi hnta


no effect otherwise. For example, hypnosis can help
someone to quit smoking but if the client is not
'c committed to being a former smoker, hypnosis will
not work.

What is hypnosis?
'' Simply put; hypnosis is a naturally occurring altered
State of consciousness in which the mind in the
conscious state is bypassed and acceptable selective
Sthinkihg established. This simply means that the
Seasoning, evaluating, judging part of your mind
(conscious) is bypassed. While we wonder how this
could possibly happen, we are subject to it all the
Time. The advertising industry is dedicated to
Bypassing our critical judgment all the time in order
to influence our buying behavior.
;-
.. AVe suspend our critical judgment other times too,
;spch.as when an authority figure makes some sort of
comment; doctors, clergy, professors, and many more
I.i oth~is-category', Children.suspend their.critical
judgment frequently in games of "let's pretend".
Actors do-it in playing a part; they have tb suspend
I hecicritical faculty, and they ask the audience to
."suspend theirs to accept them as being someone else.
SIf you have ever arrived at work but unable to
remember the drive that is hypnosis too.

With the critical faculty bypassed, specific
Sthoughts/suggestions can be lodged in the
,.subconscious where they can propel the client toward
--a desired goal or change behavior in a positive,


permanent way. Any such suggestions must be
ecca table to the client of cou e


no effect otherwise.
no effect otherwise.


This focus on a specific goal or behavior is done with
laser-like precision and intensity in hypnosis. It's a
little like looking through a telescope from the wrong
end. You see just one tiny spec of the environment
in focus though you may be aware of everything
around it.

A hypnotherapist is a skilled and trained helping
professional who helps you use your own powerful
mind to increase motivation or change behavior
patterns by helping the client enter a trance state.
When hypnotized, your mind is operating in its
subconscious mode (referred to by some as the "first
gear" of the mind). Everyone is susceptible (to one
degree or other) to suggestion. If you have ever cried
at a movie, arrived at work but unable to remember
the drive, you too have been in trance, or
purchased a new product after seeing an ad your
actions were the result of an unconscious suggestion.

Why does it work?

"Alright," we may say, "Now that I know what
hypnosis is and I'm in it, what good is it?!" It is
important to note that our autonomic system is in the
subconscious. That's the system which tells our
hearts to beat and our lungs to breathe. It is because
of this we don't have to think (conscious mind),
"Oops! Gotta take a breath now!" or "Time for
another heart beat!" Fortunately this is all taken care
of by our subconscious- automatically.
Everything that is done for our benefit, originates
here. Therefore should a hypnotist make an
inappropriate suggestion of any kind, it would be
rejected by the client. Our subconscious always has
our best interest as its main concern.

Emotionsand the imagination reside, in the
subconscious. In an emotional state, we are
motivated to proceed in the direction of what we are
imagining. Emotion is the fuel of the subconscious
while imagination is the language. Habits by
definition are those repetitive behaviors that you do
"without thinking." Thinking is a function of the
conscious; everything else is in the subconscious. A
habit is usually eliminated by replacing itrwith
another.. Some habits are easier to eliminate than
others and if they are firmly held in the subconscious
may require finding the causes and remove them.
The sUbc6nscfoub doesn't "think" in the u~suil way:; it
reacts. And it can't distinguish between reality and
unreality; it absorbs all the information received
through the senses as true as real. The subconscious-
can be your master or your greatest ally in your quest
for success and self-improvement.

Just some of the things that hypnosis is a useful tool
in treating are; changing habits like smoking, pain
management, reducing phobias and panic,
performance enhancement in sports, work and areas
of creativity, and stress management.


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NOTES


Football
DISTRICT STANDINGS
District 2-4A
District Overall
Team W-L W-L
Crestvlew 0-0 0-0
Choctawhatchee 0-0 0-0
Fort Walton Beach 0-0 0-0
Navarre 0-0 0-0
Friday
Jay at Crestvlew, 7:30 p.m.
Gulf Breeze at Choctaw, 7:30 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Pace, 7:30 p.m.
Navarre at West Florida Tech, 7:30 p.m.
District 1-2B
District Overall
Team W-L W-L
Baker 0-0 0-0
Northview 0-0 0-0
South Walton 0-0 0-0
Friday
Walton at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
South Walton at Freeport, 7:30 p.m.
Deane Bozeman Learning Center at
Northview, 7:30 p.m.

Schedule
Thursday
Volleyball
Crestview at Walton, 6 p.m.
Andalusia at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Middle school football
Davidson vs. Richbourg at Crestvlew,
6 p.m.
Friday
Volleyball
Laurel Hill at Pensacola Christian, 5
p.m.
Monday
Volleyball
Laurel Hill at Walton, 6 p.m.
Tuesday
Volleyball
Crestview at Milton, 6 p.m.
Baker at Jay, 5:30 p.m.
Little League
Crestview Little League
Baseball is offering a fall
instructional league for boys
and girls ages 6-12. Player
assessments will be at
Garden City Little League
Park at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Youths may register prior to
assessments. League play
begins-m September, with a
schedule of approximately 12
games planned. Registration
fee of $25 covers uniform and
hat. Those interested in vol-
unteering as a coach, official,
or other positions should let
a league representative know
during registration.
This league is affiliated
with the official Little League
Baseball organization based
in Williamsport, Pa.

CHS tickets
Crestview High School
reserved season football tick-
ets are on sale to the general
public. Reserved season tick-
ets price is $42. Reserved
parking can be purchased for
$6. Tickets and parking
decals may be purchased in
the front office from 8 a.m.-2
p.m. daily.

Blackman
Blackman Speedway will
not conduct racing this
weekend. Blackman will
conduct special Labor Day
events on Sept. 2 and Sept. 9.

Emerald Coast
Emerald Coast Dragway
will host the Import test and
tune and grudge racing on
Friday. Gates open at 6:30
p.m., and racing begins at 7
p.m. Emerald Coast will host
NHRA brackets racing
Saturday. Gates open at 3:30
p.m. Time trials begin at 4:30
p.m. Races start at 7:30 p.m.

Foxwood
Foxwood Country Club
will hold its next Thursday
Lowball competition
Thursday at 8 a.m., and its
next Sunday Lowball on
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. For
information, call 682-2012.
Thursday Lowball
Aug.18
1st place (8 under) Pat Martin,
Aaron Daniel, Les Gowdy, Jerry Devoy.
2nd place (7 under) Steve
Whiddon, Jesse Dennis, David Hinnant,
Jerry Smyrd.
3rd place (7 under) Chris
Faircloth, Doug Faircloth, Claude Stiles,
Byron Davis.
4th place (6 under) Dean Martin,
Darrell Salter, Wilbur Cox, Debble
Henderson.
Sunday Lowball
Aug. 21
1st place (11 under) Steve
Crinon, Jesse Davis, Dan Raybon, Chris
Faircloth.
2nd place Tom Prier, Larry
Fprdyce, Eric Fordyce, Bob Fordyce.
3rd place (9 under) Steve
Whiddon, Dennis Brooks, Hal Jellison,
Marc Lowe.
4th place (9 under) Gary
Rodrlguez, Archie Perez, Wilbur Cox,
Bob Bulson.
5th place (7 under) Brian Davis,
Jim Yagow, Frank Carr, Leon
Cunnlngham.


Day: 'I'm just passing it on to these kids'


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Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Davidson coach Dexter Day.


Davidson coach

shares his beliefs
Davidson Middle School's first
and only football coach Dexter Day
is entering his ninth season with
the Panthers, who are seeking their
fifth county championship this sea-
son. The 45-year-old Day is a
graduate of Crestview High School
and spent five years playing in the
Cincinnati Reds minor league sys-
tem. He sat down with managing
editor Steve Andrews last week to
discuss his success, his past and
his future.

SA: What has been the
secret to your success at
Davidson?


- Middle schools -
DD: "It's just because the
kids play physical and are
coachable and want to play.
They're willing to do anything
we ask them to do. We work
them in the weight room. We'
run them on Friday. We practice
on Friday. We practice five days
a week and if we don't get it
done in five days, we practice
on Saturday. Our kids have
done what we ask them to do
and it shows."

SA: What seems to give you
an advantage over the other
programs in Okaloosa County?
DD: "It's not size. It's not
speed. It's not strength, because


we've played teams bigger and
faster and stronger than us. I
think it's a lot of the determina-
tion and perseverance these
kids have, and the personal
respect they have for them-
selves and the program."

SA: As the only football
coach in school history, how
proud are you to have started
this program and have it be
where it is now?
DD: "I'm very proud, but
that's a reflection on the kids
again. You've got to have chick-
ens to make chicken salad. If
you don't, it's not going to be
very good. We've got kids who
want to put forth the effort and
the time, and it shows."


Kickoff Classics





Double Eagled


Niceville


varsity nips

Crestview

Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

NICEVILLE A pair of
turnovers hurt Crestview early
in the second half of its
Preseason Kickoff Classic at
Niceville Friday night.
-. A-lateo.ally>J3ythe-Biulldogs,
then proved too little too late as
the Eagles escaped with a 14-6
victory. The game did not count
toward either team's record.
In the first half of the contest,
the Bulldogs' JV and varsity
reserves combined to blank
Niceville 11-0. The scoreboard
then was reset for the varsity
starters.
For Bulldogs head coach Matt
Brunson,.the game served its pur-
pose allowing him and his staff
to see where they stood against a
solid foe in the Eagles, expected to
be one of the top Class 5A teams
in the Panhandle this season.
"We were a little lethargic to
start with in the second half,"
Brunson said. "And when you're
only playing two quarters,
you've got to be ready to go,
right out of the gates.
"But, overall I was pleased
with some of the things I saw.
And Niceville is a pretty good
football team. They are a good
measuring stick for us to start
out with."
Crestview forced Niceville to
punt the ball away after just four
plays on the Eagles' opening
drive of the second half.
The Bulldogs then began to
run their scripted offense, which
called for large doses of bruisers
John Robinson and Calvin Siler,
See CHS, page 3B


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview junior running back John Robinson (with ball) heads to the left side Friday during the
Bulldogs'Kickoff Classic at Niceville.

Baker struggles at N.F. Christian


Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

TALLAHASSEE Baker's
football team took the field for.its
Kickoff Classic at North Florida
Christian with high hopes and a
bright sun in the sky.
The evening quickly turned
cloudy, and then downright
stormy for the Gators.
A young Baker team's learn-
ing process began with a 43-0
setback against the talented
Eagles.
The coaches agreed to end
the game with 5:16 remaining
and lightning in the area.


"We learned we're real
young," first-year Gators coach
Bob Kellogg said. "We had an
all-freshman backfield at times,
and you don't need to have an
all-freshman backfield against
North Florida Christian.
"As I told them at halftime,
we've just got to try to get better
every week."
North Florida Christian's
players wore red and black hel-
mets and jerseys designed like
the uniforms used by North
Carolina State. The Eagles, a
Class 1A regional finalist last
season, also performed like col-
lege players at times.


North Florida Christian
scored on six of its nine drives to
control the action throughout.
Three of the TDs came in demor-
alizing, bang-bang-bang fashion:
A touchdown on the first play of
consecutive drives, followed by
a punt return for a score.
The Eagle defense did not
allow a Baker first down until the
final minutes of the first half. The
teams used a running dock in the
second half after North Florida
Christian built a 36-0 lead.
Baker junior lineman/line-
backer Matt Jordan said the
Eagles were one of the best
See BAKER, page 3B


SA: You have a rich base-
ball background. How does a
guy who played pro baseball
end up being such a successful
football coach?
DD: "I felt like I was a some-
what successful baseball player..
You take those same things and
apply them to football. Work
ethic. Desire. Determination.
Heart. Wanting to be the best.
Never refuse. Never give excus-
es. All those things carry over
to every sport baseball, foot-
ball, whatever it is.
"What I hear from so many
kids today is excuses. Why
they're not working out. Why

See DAY, page 3B


-- Volleyball-


Gators


carry on


tradition

Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

BAKER The long row of
maroon banners on the west
side of the Baker School
gymnasium casts a shadow
over the
Gator rol-i
leyball
team s
daily wvork-
outs.
T h
..... The
Baker play- ,
ers practice
in those SUMMERUN
shadows
every day, hoping they can
add to their program's ladi-
tion of excellence someday.
Ninedistrict titles sin
Kathy Combest took ofv r
the Gator program in 1986.
Eight state finals appear-
ances. Trips to the state
champi-
0 n suh i p
onship
game in
1993, 1999
and 2000.
"You
walk
around and
see these
banners COOK
hanging in
the gym and you always,
wanted your name or
them," senior outside hitter
Britany Summerlin said.
"There is pressure to try to
keep that tradition of win-
ning going."
Baker coach Kathy
Combest enters her 20th sea-
son with the Gators this fall,
and still wonders how a self-
described "basketball coach"
achieved so much success in
volleyball.

See GATORS, page 4B


Dean ready to make his pitch for U.S. team


CHS pitcher heads to Baseball


tryouts this weekend
Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

Crestview senior Blake Dean has got-
ten a little bigger and a little stronger
since he donned the Team USA jersey
during the 2004 Pan Am Youth
Championship.
Dean will try to earn the right to wear
a new red, white and blue uniform this
weekend during final-tryouts-for theU.S.
Junior National Team.
He leaves for Atlanta on Friday, where
he will try to earn one of 20 spots on the
U.S. roster.
The players who make the team will
travel directly from Atlanta to





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Villahermosa, Mexico, for the COPABE
"AAA" Pan Am Junior Championships.
The tournament runs through Sept. 11
and serves as a qualifier for the 2006
Junior World Championships.
"It's great for him," Crestview coach
Tim Gillis said. "That's what you've got
to have, people who make your program
look good, not only with their ability, but
with their character.
"He's increased his stock, not only
with the colleges, but in the pros' eyes."
-Dean helpedtheU.S. team finish sec-
ond at the Pan Am Youth Championship
last year. He went 2-0 with an 0.82 ERA
despite a severe case of strep throat.
Dean performed impressively during
the first round of tryouts for the 2005
team. He struck out 21 of the 26 batters


he faced during the USA Baseball
Tournament of Stars in late June in
Joplin, Mo.
"That was probably my best outing of
the summer," said Dean, who had his
fastball cocked at 93 mph during the off-
season. "Pitching wise, I've picked up a
bit of velocity when I've needed to, and
I've been able to throw all of my pitches
more consistently."
Dean finished his junior year with a 7-
2 record, a 1.31 ERA and 81 strikeouts. He
gave an oral commitment earlier this
summer to play college baseball at
Louisiana State.
He said the international experiences
keep him hungry and working hard.
"It shows me I can't slack off since
there are a lot of players who are just as
good if not better than I am. It showed me
I had to keep going."


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Blake Dean hopes to don the Team
USA uniform again this year.


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How the top 10 stack up this week NEXTEL CUP


NEXTEL CUP
Following the GFS Marketplace 400
1. Tony Stewart
3,268; previous: 1
2. Jimmie Johnson A fourth-place
3,142; previous: 2 finish at
3. Greg Biffle Michigan lifted
3,016; previous: 3 Carl Edwards
4. Rusty Wallace one spot in the
2,979; previous: 4 standings to
5. Mark Martin ninth place.
2,899; previous: 5
6. Jeremy Mayfield
2,869; previous: 7 '
7. Kurt Busch
2,848; previous: 6
8. Ryan Newman
2,773; previous: 8
9. Carl Edwards -
2,758; previous: 10
10. Jamie McMurray
2,702; previous: 9

SBUSCH SERIES
Following the Domino's Pizza 250


1. Martin Truex Jr.
3,606; previous: 1
2. Clint Bowyer
3,402; previous: 2
3. Reed Sorenson
3,282; previous: 3
4. Carl Edwards
3,255; previous: 4
5. Kenny Wallace
3,078; previous: 5
6. Denny Hamlin
3,053; previous: 6
7. Paul Menard -
2,847; previous: 9
8. David Green
2,826; previous: 7
9. David Stremme
2,802; previous: 8


A sixth-place
finish in the
Domino's Pizza
250 lifted Paul
Menard two
spots in the
standings to
seventh.


10. Ashton Lewis
2,728; previous: 10


Ryan Newman scored his second
consecutive Busch Series victory
Saturday, passing Greg Biffle with six
laps left to win the Domino's Pizza 250.
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Race: Sharpie 500
Where: Bristol Motor Speedway; Bristol, Tenn.
Track length: .533 mile (500 laps, 266.5 miles)
When: Saturday, 7:40 p.m., ET
Defending champion: Dale Earnhardt Jr. complet-
ed the weekend sweep at Bristol last year by domi-
nating the 2004 Sharpie 500.
Track qualifying record: Ryan Newman, 128.709
mph; March 21,2003.
Race record: Charlie Glotzbach, 101.075 mph; July
11, 1971.
Fast facts: Kurt Busch has recorded four wins in the
past seven races at Bristol Motor Speedway The race
is sold out for the 15th consecutive year.
GFS MARKETPLACE 400 REVIEW


BUSCH SERIES
Race: Food City 250
Where: Bristol Motor Speedway
When: Friday, 7:45 p.m., ET
Defending champion: Dale Earnhardt Jr. outlast-
ed Matt Kenseth in a green-white-checkered finish
for his first career NASCAR win at Bristol.
Track qualifying record: David Green, 126.495
mph; March 22, 2003.
Race record: Harry Gant, 92.929 mph; April 4,1992.
Fast facts: Martin Truex Jr. claimed his first
career series win in the spring race at Bristol last
year, garnering a season sweep for Busch Series
owner Earnhardt Jr. and his Chance 2 Motorsports
team.


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2,400; previous: 1
2. Ted Musgrave
2,222; previous: 2
3. Bobby Hamilton
2,188; previous: 3
4. Ron Hornaday
2,133; previous: 4
5. David Reutimann -
2,114; previous: 6
6. Jimmy Spencer
2,089; previous: 5
7. Matt Crafton
2,017; previous: 8
8. Mike Skinner
1,996; previous: 11
9. Ricky Craven
1,982; previous: 9
10. David Starr
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NEXTEL CUP
Sharpie 500
7 p.m., Saturday
BUSCH SERIES
Food City 250
7:30 p.m., Friday
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',..Margin of victory: 1.974 seconds
',autionhflags: seven for 30 laps
TT .Lead'changes: 19 among 13 drivers
TNT ap leaders: Joe Nemechek, pole; Kasey Kahne, 4-18; Kyle
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TNT 'Busch, 93-96; Scott Riggs, 97-109; Greg Biffle, 110-112;
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:I.Kenseth, 167-173; Carl Edwards, 174-190; Dale Earnhardt
SPEED 'Jr., 191; Sterling Marlin, 192; Tony Raines, 193-194; Jeremy
CHANNEL :'Mayfield, 195-200.


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Race: O'Reilly 200
Where: Bristol Motor Speedway
When: Wednesday, 9:15 p.m., ET
Race length: 200 laps, 106.6 miles
Defending champion: Carl Edwards pulled away
from Shane Hmiel on a green-white-checkered
restart to win last year's O'Reilly 200.
Qualifying record: Ken Schrader, 126.922 mph;
Aug. 25, 2004.
Race record: Travis Kvapil, 88.813 mph; Aug. 20,
2003.
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tracks comprising the inaugural schedule of the
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Middle school football


Teams hope to learn from jamboree


Rivals will square
off on Thursday
Kyle Wright
Bulletin Sports Editor

SNICEVILLE The
Davidson and Richbourg
Middle School teams both gave
their sidelines something to
cheer about with some big plays
Aug. 18 during the middle
school jamboree.
Panthers coach Dexter Day
and Roadrunners coach Chris
Sweatt also left Eagles Stadium
with detailed to-do lists to
address before the two teams
open the regular season against
each other Thursday at
Crestview.
Davidson, the defending
county champion, dropped its
half 20-12 against Ruckel.
Richbourg fell 41-8 in its half
against Lewis.
"I' jst hope. we get better,"
DAy said. "Defensively, I wasn't
real pleaed .wit' 'ur team play,
and 1 didn't think we were real
physical."
Said Sweatt: "We'll go back to
practice and work hard and do


DAY, from page 1 B
they're not running. Why/"
they're not getting any better.
Why it's someone else's fault I
other than their fault.
"Another thing I hear, I see
kids take flight. 'This program
is not good for me.' So they
take flight and go to another
program. I think that's wrong,
and you can print that if you
want to. I think we're sending
the wrong kind of message to
the kids, that when something
goes bad, we just run away.
Why not stand and face our
problems? Face it head on, deal
with it and move on instead of
taking flight.
"We take flight too much,
and we have no pride. I'm a
Crestview Bulldog. I'm not a
Baker Gator. I'm not a Viking.
I'm not and Eagle. I'm not an
Indian. I'm not a Hobo. I'm a
Crestview Bulldog. That's what
I am and always will be until I
die. I'll support Crestview foot-
ball forever. Thats just me. I
think our kids take flight too
much. We give them too many
reasons. Are there situations
where kids should take flight?
Maybe so. But I think they need
to stick around and face things
head up."

SA: It's been over 30 years
since you attended Richbourg
Middle School. How have you
seen kids change at this level
since you were in school?"
DD: "Just the way they look.
There's nothing different. What
I see now is kids have more
things to occupy their time
other than sports. When I was
coming up, when we got home
in the afternoon it was baseball
during baseball season, basket-,
ball during basketball season
and football during football sea-
son. Nowadays, kids play base-
ball year-round. They are mak-
ing them one-dimensional.
There again, I don't agree, but
that's their choice. They don't
have to agree with me. But I
think we're making our kids
one-dimensional and they are
closing the doors on them-
selves. They are losing that
memory of having that high
school experience, that team
experience, that bond with
other players. We're making a


what it takes to get better each
down."
A.J. Johnson staked
Davidson to a 6-0 lead with a 53-
yard TD scamper down the right
sideline on the fourth play of the
jamboree.
Troy Ruediger threw to Artis
Coleman for a 70-yard catch-
and-run for the Panthers' other
score.
"I was pleased with us
throwing the ball, and that's
about it," Day said.
Ruckel took the lead on a
score with 8:56 left in the second
quarter. The Rams tacked on
another score with 1:45 left.
Lewis scored on all six of its
possessions to control the sec-
ond half against Richbourg.
Demetrius Glover ran for a
60-yard touchdown down the
left side for Richbourg's only
points.
The Roadrunners have brand
new starting lineups on offense
and defense, so Sweatt hoped
the jamboree helped his young
players'shaie the jitters.
"We got' the deer-in-head-
lights look out," he said.
Both sides look forward to
meeting Thursday in the regular


profession at the age of 16 or 15
or 12. You're seeing traveling
teams at age nine, and they're
playing 100 games! They're
going to get burned out. And
you know who the kids are
going to look back and blame?
The parents. The parents are
pushing them too much. Just let
them play. If they're going to be
good, they're going to be good.
You can't make them something
they're not. You can make them
a little better, but you're not
going to go from a five to a 10.
They can go from a five to a
seven but that's about it.
"Inside now, there's TVs and
computers ...you know as well
as I do, we used to go out and
play outside. My parents
wouldn't let me come inside
until dark. So things like that
have changed. That's not a slap
to everybody, because the deter-
mination kids have, and the
fire, that's the same. They still
want to win.

SA: On the record now, how
much longer are you going to
coach?
DD: "I don't know. There's
nowhere to go. Where can I go
from here? Not that I'm getting
stale or anything, but there's
nowhere to go.

SA: "So this may be your
last year?"
DD: "I don't know. Maybe,
maybe not. I could be here 10
more years. Who knows? Not
that I don't want to continue to
work with kids and make them
better, but there is a point in time
you say, 'I need to do something
different. I need to make a differ-
ence somewhere else,' and let
someone else come in and try. I
don't know how long I'll do it. I
can't say a year. I can't say 10
years. But I am getting my mas-
ter's degree in administration
(from the University of West
Florida) and when I finish, I
would like to pursue administra-
tion somewhere. Who knows
where I'll take it. Maybe I'll get
paid on a master's degree and
keep coaching.

SA: Are you disappointed
that you haven't gotten a
opportunity to go up to the
high school level?


The News Bulletin
Davidson's Artis Coleman (with ball) breaks free for a TD during
the middle school jamboree Thursday at Niceville.


season opener at Crestview
High School.
: "It will be a good wakeupl
call," Sweatt said. "They're a
scrappy bunch, just like every
year. We can't make mistakes,
because they won't."


DD: "Oh yeah. I'm not going
to say I'm not disappointed. But
Crestview has got a good coach,
Matt Brunson. He's a great
coach. Would I have liked to
have had the job? Sure. I
wouldn't have applied for the
job if I didn't want it. But
Matt's a great coach. You can't
take that away from him. He
does a great job. He knows his
football. But yeah, I was disap-
pointed when I didn't get the
head coaching job. But I wasn't
disappointed to the point where
I just gave up in middle school.
After I didn't get that job, we
won two more county champi-
onships. So I just went back to
work.
"I apply that (lesson) to the
kids. I applied for that job. I
didn't get it. So I kept moving
on, and that's what you've got
to do. You don't always get
what you want. We apply these
things to the kids and teach
them it's not always going to
work out like you want. So you
just make the best of your situa-
tion and if it's where you are at
right now, then you do the best
job you can where you're at
right now. So, I was disappoint-
ed, but you move on. That's
life."

SA: Where do you see life
for you after football, after
coaching?
DD: "Watching my girls
play. I'd like to see (13-year-old
daughter) Lauren run cross
country and she's in the band,
and (11-year-old daughter)
Hannah is into athletics. I'd
like to get to see them perform.
I don't get to see them per-
form, and I miss that. They
come and tell me about it, but
it's not like being there. I'm a
parent and I like being there.
My mom always came (to
games) and my dad had to
work, and I would have liked
for my dad to come. I would
like to see them compete.
Maybe I can work with them
more in the afternoon like a lot
of parents do.
"Then there are things I
don't get to do around the
house. ... I like to hunt. I like to
go up to Alabama and I like to
go up north. There are a lot of
things I'd like to do.


Said Day: "Richbourg is
going to be pretty good, but
we've jtist got to play football.
Even if we're playing the Giants,
we've got to play someone. It
doesn't matter who we play; it's
how we play."


"But I love coaching. Don't
get me wrong. It's not like I'm
getting tired of coaching. It's
just like, 'What's next?' It's just
one of those things. I don't
know where to go from here."

SA: What is something that
people might not know about
you?
DD: (laughs) "I have
webbed toes."

SA: (Also laughs) I've got to
get my camera out!
DD: "There are a lot of
things people don't know
about me. There are a lot of
things people perceive about
me. That I'm mean. And I'm
boisterous. Am I outspoken?
Sure. J'm a football coach. Not
all football coaches are. (Baker
coach) Bob Kellogg is a great
coach, and he's not outspoken.
He's nice, soft-spoken. But I'm
not Bob Kellogg. I'm Dexter
Day. Bob Kellogg is not Dexter
Day. He's Bob Kellogg. He can
get rough them them too. But
I'm Dexter Day, and I'm here
for the kids. I'm always for the
kids. Kids return to see me.
Kids return to work out with
me. I love my kids. But I'm not
going to let them do some-
thing and not be accountable
for it.

SA: If you had to choose
between watching a football
game or a baseball game, what
would it be?
DD: "I tell you what, I love
baseball, but football is more
exciting. It depends on what
football it is, if it's college or
professional. If it's playoffs in
professional, I'd like to watch
them. I just love to see competi-
tion. If I want to see a baseball
game, I want to see a 1-0 or 2-0
or 3-2 game, a dose ballgame. If
I want to see a football game, I
want to see some hitting going
on. I want to see physical foot-
ball.
"Now if you ask me
between football and hockey,
I'll tell you football. Or base-
balland soccer, I'll tell you
baseball. But it's hard to
choose. I came up as a baseball
player and I ended up as a
football coach, but it's the
same principles."


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- hFridays local football matchups -

Jay (0-0) at Crestview (0-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m,
Quick facts: ... Jay finished 5-3 last season. ... The
Royals are a District 1-1A program. ... Crestview finished
2-7 last season. ... The Bulldogs are a District 2-4A pro-
gram. ... Crestview's top returning rusher: John Robinson
(68 carries for 421 yards, 2 TDs). ... Top passer: Joseph
Thigpen (66-153, 959 yards, 7 TDs, 6 INTS) ... Top receiv-
er: Kyle Harrington (4 catches for 49 yards). ... Top tackler:
Anthony Brown (86).
Coach Brunson's keys to the game: "We turned the
ball over a couple of times (in the Kickoff Classic), so
we've got to have no turnovers, no penalties and keep
swarming to the ball on defense. We've got to improve
because you're going to get better over the course of the
year, but the amount you improve between Week 1 and
Week 2 is usually your biggest margin of improvement. ...
We don't know that much about (Jay) because they didn't
play in a spring jamboree or a Kickoff Classic, so they're
liable to come out and do anything."

Walton (0-0) at Baker (0-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Quick facts: Walton finished 7-3 and reached the Class
2B regional finals last season. ... The Braves are a District
1-2A program. ... Baker finished 5-5 last season and
reached the Class A reg~inil.T. hqGI(foiMM V% a District
1-2 program .... B 's top returning passer: 3e
Bamhill (99-178, 1,428 yards, 8 TDs, 7 INTs). ... Top return-
ing receiver: Joe Moore (34 catches for 477 yards, 3 TDs).
Coach Kellogg's keys to the game: "We've got to get
in a lot better shape. Part of that has been the weather and
not getting a chance to practice. But physically, we're not in
shape with some of the kids who have to play both ways."

CHS, from page 1 B


a pair of junior running backs
who pack a punch up the mid-
dle.
"We're hoping to use those
two guys to pound on people
and hopefully wear down the
other teams when we get to the
fourth quarter" Brunson said.
Robinson, who stands 5-
foot-10, 240 pounds, carried 13
times for 40 yards. The 6-2,
255-pound Siler had eight
totes for 42 yards, and scored
Crestview's lone touchdown
on a 1-yard plunge late in the
fourth quarter.
After Niceville picked off a
Joseph Thigpen pass on the
Bulldogs' initial drive, the
Eagles needed just four plays
to find the end zone.
Two drives later, the
Bulldogs sustained a 7-play
drive until they coughed the
ball up, allowing Niceville to
recover at its own 35.
The Eagles wasted little
time taking advantage. Devon
Freeman broke loose around
the right end and darted 65
yards on the first play from
scrimmage to put the home
team up 14-0 with 9:35 to play.
"I think we performed pret-
ty well overall" senior line-
backer Anthony Brown said.
"We made a few mistakes
early that hurt us, but we came
back and proved that we can
p:ay with these guys."
Senior Reggie Speights,


who transferred to' Niceville
during the spring and worked
out with the Eagles before
transferring back to Crestview,
then spearheaded a 17-play,
80-yard Bulldog drive.
Speights, the Bulldogs' best
outside running threat, carried
the ball three times on the
drive for 37 yards. He finished
with 54 yards on eight carries.
Siler finished the drive with
his 1-yard scoring dive with
3:23 to play.
"We didn't come out like we
should have," Speights said. "I
was a little nervous to start
with I think a lot of us were,
with this being our first game."
The stingy Crestview
defense thwarted Niceville's
next drive on three plays.
The Dawgs took over at
their own 16 with 2:20 remain-
ing, and Thigpen began to find
his rhythm. He went 4-of-5 on
the drive, completing his last
four passes for 40 yards.
Crestview managed to run
11 plays on the drive and
moved the ball to the Eagles'
28 as time expired.
"Right now, we'll just have
to look at the film and find out
the things we did good and the
things we need to work on,"
Brunson said.
"It's early and we are still
coming together as a football
team. We just need to get better
every week."


BAKER, from page 1B


teams he has faced during his
Gator career.
"It was a good learning
experience," Jordan said.
"We've got to build from that,
but we've got a long way to
go.
"This is tough. We've got to
work harder."
The Gators did have some
bright moments.
Baker's defense made a
red-zone stand on North
Florida Christian's first pos-
session.
Joe Matthews had some
success carrying the ball and


on kick returns in the early
going.
The Gators got a warm
reception from their fans when
they returned to the field after
the rough first half.
Baker competed without
eight potential starters because
of injuries and various other
reasons.
Two-way regulars Joe
Moore (appendicitis) and
Heath Roper (knee) likely will
miss the Gators' regular season
opener Friday against Walton.
Kellogg said the rest of his ros-
ter should be available.


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AIrea vollevb I outlook


-- Crestvew--
Coach: Brian
Hull (first season)
2004 results: 8- i
11 record, District
2-4A runner-up,
Class 4A regional qualifier

Outlook
Hull says he couldn't ask
for a better first group to
serve as the foundation for
his program. "A great bunch
of girls, not only for their ath-
letic ability, but how they are
as students and people," he
said. Crestview has one
returning starter setter
Mary Leitschuck. Hull also
likes the Dawgs' young tal-
ent on the front row.
Crestview will count on its
defense to keep it in match-
es during the early season
as the offensive attack
comes together. The Dawgs
reached the Class 4A
regional last year, and would
like to repeat the feat in
Class 5A.

Shanna Jones'
breakdown
General outlook: 'Things
are looking good. I'm really
impressed with Coach Hull
and all he has done over the
summer and this far through
the year. We've learned a lot
about strategy."
Biggest strength: "We all
get along really well together
and we work together really
well because we've been
playing together since we
were in middle school."
Something to work on:
"Our passing. It's good, but
it's not as good as we would
like for it to be for what we
want to do. That's what we've
been working on, and that's
what we'll keep working on
until we can get it like we
want it."
A unique Crestview vol-
leyball tradition: "Bonding
experience's. A,''l6t of limes
after gameswe g0ooutlqo eat,
together, and we are making
team shirts for the varsity to
wear on game days."


Roster
Name
Jennifer Montgomery
Heather Waters
Shanna Jones
Jessica Long
Nicole Lovering
Jamia Aikins
Mary Leitschuck
Courtney Haines
Sarah Phillips
Laura Anglin


Schedule
8/25 at Walton
8/30 at Milton
9/1 Choctawhatchee
9/6 at Niceville
9/8 Pace *
9/13 at Choctawhatchee *
9/15 Tate *
9/20 at Fort Walton Beach
9/22 Niceville *
9/24 Tate Tournament
9/27 Pace *
9/29 at Tate'
10/4 Fort Walton Beach
10/10 Milton
10/13 Walton
* District 1-5A matches


SBaker
Coach: Kathy
Combest (20th B P
season)
2004 results: .9
21-8 record,
District 1-2A champions,
Class 2A regional semifinal-
ists

Outlook
Baker will switch from a 5-1
offense to a 4-2 set to make
the most of its two setters. "I
like it because we'll have three
hitters on the front row all of the
time," Combest said. "But it's
something we'll have to adjust
to because we have different
girls setting the ball." Senior
hitter Britany Summerlin is the
Gators' most experienced
returnee. Combest said
Baker's speedy back row -
anchored by Kendria Young,
Bonnie Jackson and Chelsea
Combest is its biggest
asset. Amanda Cook and
Bonnie Bodine join Summerlin
on the front row. Setters Kathy
Phillips and Gracie
Youngblood give Baker the
ability to run the 4-2 offense.

Britany
Summerlin's
breakdown
General outlook: "The out-
look is good. We've got seven
seniors who have been play-
ing together since junior high,
so we have a lot of team
chemistry."
Biggest strength: "Serving
and hitting. We've been doing
better on them lately than we
have in the past."
Something to work on:
"We have a few new players
on the team, so we're still
getting a feel of what every-
body can do and getting used
to each other. Hopefully we'll
get everything down by the
end of the year."
A unique Baker volleyball
tradition: "We always'do the!
i,Sip. cheers,.and warmups,
before each match, and we
always do our little pre-match
dance."


Roster
No. Name CI
3 Kendria Young Jr
5 Kathy Phillips Sr
11 Bonnie Bodlne Sr
12 Chelsea Combest So
14 Bonnie Jackson Sr
15 Whitney Boutwell So
22 Grace Youngblood Sr
30 Amanda Cook Sr
34 Britany Summerlin Sr
40 Charlene Watkins Sr

Schedule
8/30 at Jay *
9/1 South Walton
9/6 Central
9/13 at Laurel Hill
9/15 at Pensacola Christian
9/19 Walton County
9/20 Jay *
9/22 South Walton
9/27 'Pensacola Christian *
9/29 at Freeport *
10/3 Walton County
10/4 Pace
10/6 Freeport'
10/11 at Central
14/13 Laurel Hill
* District 1-2A matches


Pos.
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S/OH
OH/MH
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DS
DS/S
OH/MH
OH/MH
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LOC's Weldin
L- aurel Hill --
Coach: Kent
Zessin (fifth sea-
son)
2004 results: 8-
8 record


Outlook
Zessin expects a bit of a
rebuilding year after the loss
of four seniors from last sea-
son's team. The Hoboes look
to senior setter Mary Smith to
lead the squad. Freshman
outside hitter Katie Free
started on the varsity as an
eighth grader and has a
promising career ahead of
her. Zessin thinks Laurel Hill
has strong passing, setting,
and a hitting presence in
Free. "We've worked some
on everything," Zessin said.
"Now we need to play some
games and see what key
skills we need to focus on."

Barni Stokes and
Mary Smith's
breakdown
General outlook: "We have
a young team and a lot of
players stepping up from the
JV who have never been on
the varsity before," Smith
said. "But I think we'll do fine."
Biggest strength: "Our hit-
ting with Katie because she's
a really good hitter," Stokes
said. "And most of the time
Mary and I can get the ball to
her, and we're pretty good at
getting the ball in the air on
defense, too."
Something to work on:
"Probably teamwork," Stokes
said. "Working together, mov-
ing our feet and communicat-
ing more."
A unique Laurel Hill vol-
leyball tradition: "We
always do a Big Sister/Little
Sister," Smith said. "Every
year the varsity players pick a
junior varsity player, and
before the first game they
buy them something to wel-
come t(ittrrt d I
r PI fi e oF rants'. They
are original and they aren't
like everyone elses' chants."


Roster
No. Name C
1 Alyson Savage
2 Katie Free F
3 Ashley Castleberry E
4 Amanda King F
5 Bami Stokes
6 Alicia Blocker
7 Rianna Flowers
9 Mary Smith
10 Jacky Jerkins
11 Hannah Thayer S
12 Samantha Mitchell

Schedule
8/25 Andalusia
8/26 at Pensacola Christian
8/29 at Walton
9/1 Central*
9/6 Rocky Bayou *
9/13 Baker
9/15 at Central *
9/19 at South Walton
9/22 East Hill *
9/27 at Rocky Bayou
9/29 at East Hill*
10/4 Walton
10/6 Samson
10/10 at Andalusia Triangular
10/11 Pensacola Christian
10/13 at Baker
* District 1-1A matches


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GATORS, from page 1B


"I still have a hard time with
people thinking I'm some great
volleyball coach, because I don't
see myself as a volleyball
coach," said Combest, who
enjoyed an accomplished play-
ing career in basketball. "I have
to give it back to the girls who
come into this program. There is
something about these kids from
Baker.
"When you think they aren't
going to do well, they over-
come."
Combest and longtime assis-
tant Kim Harrison mold win-
ning teams with scrappy players
who never give up on a play, a
point, or a match.
Combest cites a match
against Choctawhatchee a few
years ago as an example. A
Baker player contributed to a
block at the net, ran all the way
back to the gymnasium wall to
make the pass, and finally
charged all the way back to the
net to put away the kill.
"Everybody in the gym was
clapping, even the Choctaw
players," Combest said.
Another past Baker team
trailed Niceville 12-4 in a final
game. Combest told the Gators,
"You can lay down, or you can
fight." Baker rallied to win the
game 15-12 and went on to win
the tournament.
"I told them, 'There is never a
time when I am disappointed
with your effort,'" Combest


said. "This is my 20th year, and
I've never been disappointed
with any team's effort."
Baker's past often helps the
Gator program's present. Many
of the current Baker players
remember spending time in ele-
mentary school writing letters of
encouragement to the varsity
players as they prepared for
trips to the state finals. They
looked forward to the day they
would don the Gator uniforms.
"We would send stuff to
encourage them and keep them
going and let them know we
were rooting for them," senior
hitter Amanda Cook said. "We
grow up together and work hard
together and play well togeth-
er."
The Baker players also give
credit to Combest and Harrison.
The Gators go through intense
practice sessions, but those
workouts result in improved
performance.
"We have excellent coach-
es," Summerlin said. "They
know what they are talking
about and tell you exactly what
you need to work on to get bet-
ter. They don't baby you
around, and that makes us a lot
stronger."
The current Baker squad pos-
sesses many of the same traits of
the past Gator teams.
Good teamwork. Strong on
defense. And proud to wear the
Baker uniform.


"From sixth grade on I want-
ed to play here since they've
been so successful," Summerlin
said. "I've waited a long time to
be a senior on this team, and it's
awesome to be one."


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* Community Happenings


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
FWB CHORUS REHEARSAL &
AUDITIONS: On Tues., Aug. 30 at 7
p.m., the Fort Walton Beach Community
Chorus will rehearse "A Family
Christmas at the First Christian Church,
201 St. Mary Ave. (across from the Fort
Walton Beach City Complex).
Chorus membership is open for all
voices in all ranges for those age 18 and
older. Auditions will be held after
rehearsals through Sept. 20. The
Christmas production is scheduled for
Dec. 9, 10, and 11 at the Fort Walton
Beach Municipal Auditorium. For more
information, call Director Jean Hodgins
at 862-1180, or visit www.fwbcc.org.
COVENANT HOSPICE COOK-
BOOKS: Covenant Hospice is now
selling cookbooks to benefit its non-
funded and under-funded programs in
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
The cookbooks were put together by
Covenant Hospice volunteers, and the
recipes were contributed by local and
national celebrities, staff, volunteers and
the community. They include recipes
for appetizers, soups, salads, casseroles,
main dishes, desserts and much more.
The cover of the cookbook proudly dis-
plays artwork from Camp Monarch, a
children's bereavement camp sponsored
by Covenant Hospice. The books are
$10 and make a unique gift idea for hol-
idays, weddings, birthdays and anniver-
saries.
To purchase one, please call Lill
Jennings at (850) 729-1800, or stop by
the Covenant Hospice office located at
101 Hart St. in Niceville or at 370 West
Redstone Dr. in Crestview. Cookbooks
can be ordered by phone and mailed, but
there is a $3 shipping and handling fee.
Please make checks payable to
Covenant Hospice. All proceeds benefit
Covenant Rc.pi, in Okaloosa and
Walton counties.
EOSC BAZAAR VENDORS
NEEDED: for the 20th Annual Eglin
Officers' Spouses' Club Craft Bazaar,
planned Oct. 1 at the Niceville
Community Center. Each booth will
cost $75.00. For more information
please contact Kim Hoelscher at 897-
4509, mkhoelscher@aol.com or Mindy
Knowles at 651-9644,
knowlesjam@cox.net.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD
reminds you that during the summer
months, our children are more apt to let
boredom set in, and drugs and alcohol
can work into their lives. To help your
child this summer, recognize the signs
of drug and alcohol addiction and get
the help they need.
If you or someone you know is
struggling with an addiction, call
Narconon Arrowhead. The group offers
free addiction counseling, assessments,
and rereifCto,' r aPg 5tii cd.mers
nationwide, and to your community by
calling 1-800-468-6933-or logging onto- -
www.stopaddiction.com.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are needed
to invest their time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
LIVING EXPENSES AVAIL-
ABLE FOR IVAN VICTIMS: The
Florida Department of Financial
Services reminds residents who are still
displaced from Hurricane Ivan and in
need of additional living expenses under
their insurance policy to immediately
contact their agent and insurance com-
pany.
If their insurer has not responded,
displaced residents need to contact the
Florida Department of Financial
Services at 1-800-22-STORM for assis-
tance.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES


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broken or lost stones.
Prong Repair
Watch Crystals
Winding Stems & Crowns
Watch Band Adjustments
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FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you
are pregnant and concerned about alco-
hol and drugs, free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant women are eli-
gible for priority substance abuse treat-
ment services. Women's Intervention
Services & Education (WISE) can pro-
vide you with information and assist you
in getting the help you need. WISE
serves as a client advocate and coordi-
nator of services for pregnant women
with substance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the'
Community Drug and Alcohol Council,
a thirty-four year old licensed non-prof-
it organization that is dedicated to pro-
viding prevention services for a drug-
free community. For more information,
call WISE (850) 833-3729 in Fort
Walton Beach or (850) 689-4024 in
Crestview.
YMCA CHILD CARE SUMMER
DAY CAMPS: Registration is now
open for the YMCA Child Care Summer
Day Camps at schools sites, at the Y
Child Care Administration Office, and at
www.ecymca.org. Fees are $75/week
for members and $96/week for non-
members; there is a one-time $20 regis-
tration fee for non-members. Camp
times are 6:30 a.m. 6 p.m. Program
memberships are available for $45 per
child per year which entitles the child to
member rates on YMCA programs.
MOPS COOKBOOK: MOPS
(Moms of Preschoolers) of Crestview
has collected the best .recipes from
group members, family, and friends and
compiled them into an attractive keep-
sake cookbook. They are currently sell-
ing their one-of-a-kind cookbooks for
$10. They may be purchased from any
member of the organization. All pro-
ceeds will go to MOPS of Crestview.
The cookbook contains 250 well-loved
recipes including appetizers, and main
dishes, desserts and many others. For
more information contact Cyndy Chapin
at 850-683-0490.
ROAD CLOSURE IN
CRESTVIEW: Reinke Drive in
Crestview will be closed at Piney Woods
Creek until further notice for road
repairs. The road will be open for local
traffic only from Overview Drive to
Valley Road.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters (VOAD) needs volunteers to
work in the Emergency Operations
Center (EOC) assisting county person-
nel in the event of any natural or man-
made disaster affecting Okaloosa
County.
VOAD has the lead role in coordi-
nating the processing and operations of
volunteers and donated goods.
Volunteers will be asked to perform
duties like setting up binders, laptop
commuters, supplies, phones, and food
for volunteers.
Okaloosa County Public Safety will
open the EOC, located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse.in Shalimar, wheni,a
disaster occurs. Tjiere will be a need for
data entry volunteers.
For more information, please con-
tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how you can
help in the fight or save babies, contact
your local March of Dimes office or
visit www.marchofdimes.com. For
sponsorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you are looking for local history, arti-
facts, photos, and a good selection of
area newspapers.
Hours are-Tuesday Friday from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the third Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with special
tours available upon request. For more
information, call the museum at 537-
5714, Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to bakermuse-
um@aol.com.
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VERS: Volunteers are needed to drive
the DAV van, which takes veterans to
their appointments at the VA Outpatient
Clinic in Pensacola. You would only
drive two days per month. For further
information,-contact the local Veterans
Service Office at 601-A North Pearl
Street, or call 689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs more
than $100 a day to shelter a victim of
domestic violence. For more informa-
tion on how you can help, call 683-
0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower site, the
Hub City Environmental Center offers a
free opportunity to learn about native
plants and animals.
To reserve the park for your group,
call the Leisure Services Department at
682-4715.

EVENTS
CARVER-HILL EVENING IN
BLACK CULTURE: On Aug. 20 at 7
p.m. "A Night with the Carver-Hill
Memorial & Historical Society, Inc.-
36 Years of Dedicated Service to the
Community" will take place. The soci-
ety was incorporated on Aug. 18,
1969.
The program will feature the
Board of Directors and other interest-
ed persons in a fashion show called,
"What's In Your Closet." Admission is
free; an offering will be solicited.
Everyone is invited to attend. Those
who have it are encouraged to wear
African attire.
UWF FALL REGISTRATION:
Regular registration for University of
West Florida fall semester courses
continues through Aug. 21.
Registration for senior citizens with
waivers will run Aug. 19 through Aug.
26.
During the fall, UWF offers three
terms for students to choose from.
Term A will be held Aug. 22 through
Dec. 9; Term B will be held Aug. 22
through Oct. 7 and Term C will be
held Oct. 13 through Dec. 2.
Numerous courses, including online
courses, are offered during each term.
To view a complete listing of UWF
summer course offerings, visit
uwf.edu and click on "course search."
To register or for more information,
contact the 'UWF Office of
Admissions at (850) 474-2230 or e-
mail admissions@uwf.edu.

OWC SURPLUS SALE:
Okaloosa-Walton College will hold a
surplus sale Aug. 19 from 8 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. at the Niceville Campus in
Building G-2. The sale is open to the
public and conducted by closed bid,
with no prior inspection. Property is


sold in "as-is" condition. Various
items arc available including comput-
er parts, printers, typewriters, office
type furniture, hospital beds, lawn
mowers, lawn sprayers, a 2003 Ford
Taurus and various miscellaneous
items. For information call the OWC
Physical Plant at 729-5380.
SAILOR'S VALENTINES AT
ADSO: The Arts & Design Society of
FWB will host a new show through
Aug. 21 featuring the works of Lil and
Wally Brodeur. The Crestview couple
has recreated the lost art of the old
whaling sailors making lacy mosaics
out of shells. The lacy mosaics, known
today as 'Sailor's Valentines' were
romantic folk art cased in mahogany
or pine. They're reminiscent of the
whaling days of the nineteenth centu-
ry when ships dropped anchor in ports
in the West Indies and the sailors kept
themselves occupied during idle hours
at sea by making presents for their
sweethearts and loved ones back home
from the unique seashells they collect-
ed in faraway ports.
The Arts & Design Center gallery
is open from 12-4 Tuesday Friday
and from 1-4 on Sunday and is located
at 17 First St. SE Ft. Walton Beach.
Admission is free. For more infor-
mation please call 850-244-1271, or
contact ADSO by e-mail at: artsde-
sign @ tronmail.net.
Additional information about the
center can also be found on the web at:
www.artsdesignsociety.com.
The 4TH ANNUAL MISS PAN-
HANDLE ROSE PAGEANT will be
held Sat., Aug. 27 at the CHS audito-
rium at 2 p.m. Admission is $4 for
adults, $3 for children, and is free for
children under 3 years old and the
mothers of the contestants.
TELEPHONES FOR THE
HARD OF HEARING: Through the
United Way, Deaf and Hard of
Hearing Services of Northwest Florida
is providing free telephones designed
for hard of hearing citizens. The
agency is also providing the telephone
service associated with the phones
free of charge at this time because of
Hurricane Dennis. For information
call 433-7128 and ask for Chris.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUBLIC
LIBRARY EVENTS: The Infant and
Toddler Lap Sit Program meets in the
Story Room on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday morning of each month at
10:15 a.m. The program introduces
you and your child to books through
reading, rhymes, and music. Please
call Heather for more information at
682-4432 or 682-8776.
DONATIONS FOR LIBRARY
BOOK SALE: The Friends of the
Crestview Library are asking for
donations of used books for the Fall


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Is it a Business or a Hobby?
You may be in jeopardy of losing the benefits of a loss incurred in business
if the IRS deems the activity to be a hobby rather than a business. All of
the facts are taken into account in each case, including each of the fol-
lowing:
1. Is the activity carried on in a business-like manner?
2. How much time and effort is spent on the activity?
3. Does the taxpayer depend on income from the activity for his or her
livelihood?
4. Are losses caused by factors beyond the taxpayer's control, or reason-
able for the start-up phase in the taxpayer's industry?
5. Have changes been made in operations in an attempt to improve prof-
itability?
6. Has the activity generated a profit in some years? How much?
7. Does the taxpayer, or the taxpayer's advisors have the knowledge
needed to carry on the activity as a successful business?
8. Has the taxpayer been successful in making a profit in similar activities
in the past?
9. Can the taxpayer expecfto make a future profit from the appreciation
of the assets used in the activity?
Other best practices which may work in your favor are having a written
business plan, keeping business funds separate from personal, and keep-
ing adequate accounting records.


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Book ale, which will be held at the
library Oct. 7-9.
Book donations are being accepted
at the library, or you may arrange for
pickup anywhere in Okaloosa County
by calling Pam Crowley at 682-5539
or Linda Odom at 689-1205.
All types of hardback and paper-
back books are accepted, but not mag-
azines. The deadline for donations is
the end of September.
SIKES LIBRARY FIRST
TUESDAY SERIES: Robert L.F.
Sikes Public Library First Tuesday
Series starts at 10:30 a.m. at 1445
Commerce Drive (behind the Post
Office).
MULLET FESTIVAL: The 29th
annual Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival
will take place Oct. 21-23. Admission
is $5, and children under 12 get in for
$1.
Musicians featured include Terri
Clark and Hot Apple Pie, Mustang
Sally and the FishTank Band, and on
Sunday evening, The Charlie Daniels
Band.
For detailed information on enter-
tainers and other activities, visit the
web site at www.cityof niceville.org
and click on the Mullet Festival link.
The Children's Stage will featured
clown shows, magic shows, and car-
toon characters. This includes Sponge
Bob and Patrick on Sunday. The event
is held at the intersection of Hwy. 85
North and College Blvd.

MEETINGS
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY: Meetings
are on the third Thursday of January,
March, May, July, September and
November at 11:30 a.m. at the Robert
L.F. Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new members.
SENIOR CIRCLE: Group meet-
ing and luncheon Aug. 31 at the
Walton County Fairgrounds, Hwy 83
North, DeFuniak Springs. 10 a.m.
start, with lunch at 12 p.m., and crafts
at 2 p.m. Bring a covered dish that
will feed yourself and four others. The
hospital will furnish entrees and
drinks. Please make reservations to
attend by Friday, Aug. 26.
Water aerobics Aug. 31 and every
Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m.,
Crestview Physical Therapy Clinic,
577 Brookmeade Drive. Space is lim-
ited. Must have exercise release forms
and physician forms on file before


entering the pool. Cost is $1 per per-
son per class.
For registration and reservations,
please call 689-8409.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
The Holt Fire District Board of
Commissioners holds their regular
scheduled meetings every third
Thursday of the month at 490 W. Hwy
90, Holt, in the community building at
6:30 p.m. The public is encouraged to
attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
TRAINING: The Holt Fire
Department holds its regular training
meeting the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at the fire sta-
tion located at 490 W. Hwy 90 in
Holt. Persons interested in joining the
department are welcome to attend.

CLASSES
BASKETMAKING: Heritage
Museum, 115 Westview Ave.,
Valparaiso, will hdst a traditional
round reed basket weaving class
Saturday, Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Early preregistration is required
because the reeds are dyed before-
hand. The fee is $20 for members and
$25 for nonmembers. You need bring
only an old towel and a small spray
bottle. Register by visiting the muse-
um or calling 678-2615.
DESTIN LA SPANISH CLASS-
ES: Spanish classes for children ages
3-10 are held at Emmanuel Baptist
Church in Crestview on Mondays
from 5-5:45 p.m. Beginner adult
classes are held Tuesdays from 5 to 6
p.m. at Tall Pines Academy. Please
call (850) 682-0886 to register now,
and visit the Destin LA web site at
www.DestinLA.com.


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SPublic Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2005-DR-2847-C-WFS

IN RE: The Marriage of

ANGEL GABRIEL-HARBRIDGE
Petitioner/Wife

AND

BRIAN T. HARBRIDGE
Respondent/Husband.
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NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: BRIAN T. HARBRIDGE
Last Known Address:
533 West 10th Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54903

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if any, to C.
Thomas Holland, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 596
North Ferdon Boulevard,
Crestview, Florida 32536, on or
before the 29 day of August 2005,
and file the original with the Clerk of
this court before service on the
Petitioner's attomey or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the peti-
tion. Such relief includes primary
custody of minor children being
awarded to the Petitioner. This
notice constitutes notice pursuant
to Florida Statutes 61.509,UCC-
JEA. Copies of all court documents


Notice of Current Address, Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: 7-25-05

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: K. Dn
Deputy Clerk

08/10/05
08/17/05
08/24/05
08/31/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA '
CASE NO: 04-DR-4685-C

IN RE: The Marriage of

ALESSANDRO GIURIATO,
Petitioner/Husband,

and

ANGELA D. GIURIATO,
Respondent/Wife.
/

SECOND AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ANGELA D. GIURIATO
27388-A CHURCH STREET


after. If you fall to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents
in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, .Of
Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.

Dated: August 1, 2005.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

08/10/05
08/17/05
08/24/05
08/31/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA

IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT L. MOORE,
DECEASED

PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 05-CP-782


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available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- The administration of the
these documents upon request. FIED that an action has been filed estate of ROBERT L. MOORE,
You must keep the Clerk of the against you for Dissolution of deceased, whose date of death
Circuit Courts office notified of your Marriage and you are required to was June 7, 2005, is pending in the i
current address. serve a copy of your written defens- Circuit Court f9r Okaloosa County, S
WITNESS my hand and the as, if any, to it on Stanley K. Luke. Florida, Probate Division, the S
seal of this court on this 25 day of the Petitioner's attorney, whose address of which is Crestview, S
July 2005. address is, P.O. Box 776, Florida. The names and addresses C
Crestview, Florida 32536-0776, on of the personal representative and ti
DON W. HOWARD or before September 14, 2005, and the personal representative's attor- a
Clerk of Court file the original with the clerk df this ney are set forth below, o
court either before service on the All creditors of the decedent S
By Deputy Clerk Kitty Sims Petitioner's attorney or immediately and other persons having claims or e
thereafter; otherwise a default will demands against decedent's estate S
08/03/05 be entered against you for the relief on whom a copy of this notice is T
08/10/05 demanded in the complaint, required to be served must file their 2
08/17/05 WITNESS my hand and seal claims with this court WITHIN THE M
08/24/05 of this Court on the 4th day of LATER OF (3) MONTHS AFTER
August 2005. THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 0
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DON W. HOWARD DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Clerk of Court VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, NOTICE ON THEM.
FLORIDA By Kitty Sims All other creditors of the dece-
Deputy Clerk dent and other persons having F
Case No.: 05-DR-3049 claims or demands against dece-
Division 08/10/05 dent's estate, must file their claims
08/17/05 with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
NATASHA L. HARVEY 08/24/05 AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST T
Petitioner, 08/31/05 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. a
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ti
and WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET p
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF v
MICHAELA. SWANSON, FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE a
Respondent. AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, WILL BE FOREVER'BARRED. ir
FLORIDA NOTWITHSTANDING THE o
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR Case No.: 2005 DR 001453C TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Division ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
TO: Michael A. Swanson Michelle Davis/Casarrubias DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
Respondent's Last Known Petitioner BARRED.
Address: The date of the first publication
5045 Academy Dr., Lot 38 and of this Notice is August 17, 2005.
Canton, MI 48188
Luis A. Casarrubias Attorney for Personal
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Respondent. Representative:
action has been filed against you JOHN JAY GONTAREK
andthatyou areedldFirei t6~'r WBi-" AMENDED NOqTICE OFACTION t,'Aftdt rIfor Petitiner,.,:i; ,_\
copy of your written defenses, if F.QR DISSOLUTION Florida Bar No, 298646 ,,
any'"t t brn' MtEah.'.Ait~~.H Iy', "';`-.' "-'OF MARRIAGE 1; 78Egyn Parkway NE
whose address is 6550 29th Way Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548' .
N., St Petersburg, FL 33702 on or TO: Luis A. Casarrubias (850) 243-2021
before September 9, 2005, and file 616 N Locust St Apt A,
the original with the clerk of this Visalia, CA 93291 Personal Representative:
Court at Okaloosa County PAULT. WIGGINS
Courthouse Annex, Shallmar, FL YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an 126 Fairway Drive
32579, before service on Petitioner action has been filed.against you Opp, AL 36467
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AMES A. MEZZO,
DECEASED.
L

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the
state of JAMES A. MEZZO,
eceased, File Number 05-CP-832,
i pending in the Circuit Court for
)kaloosa County, Florida, Probate
division, the address of which is
)kaloosa County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida.
All Interested persons are
squired to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE:
a) All claims against the estate and
b) any objection by an interested
person on,whom this notice was
nailed that challenges the validity
f the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
on of this Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
nis Notice of Administration:
August 17, 2005.

ASON R. MOULTON
860 North Ferdon Boulevard, Suite

Crestview, Florida, 32536
850) 689-1474
orida Bar No. 0150126
attorney for Petitioner

personall Representative:
)ENNIS J. MEZZO
055 South Dewcrest Drive
inaheim Hills, CA 92808

18/17/05
08/24/05


NOTICE OF SALE

n accordance with Florida
Statutes, Moulton's Advanced
Storage, 'Inc., located at 5180
South Ferdon Boulevard in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
o the highest bidder the household
and other goods stored in unit #A16
f Moulton's Advanced Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
ir the rents not paid by the tenant,
iamantha Childs.
'he sale shall take place on August
27, 2005 at 9:00 10:00 a.m. at
Mouton's Advanced Storage.

18/17/05
08/24/05


NOTICE

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR
MUNICIPAL AUDITING
SERVICES

he City of Laurel Hill will be
acceptingg statements of qualifica-
ons and experience as a basis for
proposals to perform audit ser-
ices. Statements of qualifications
and experience shall be submitted
n order to rank qualified CPA firms
on the following:

1. The scope of auditing
services, expertise, and
technical qualifications
2. Experience of staff and
number assigned to perform
the audits
3. Experience in municipal
services
4. Experience auditing stats
and federal grant and loan
programs--"" ',
5. Good results on extemal
quality control review
6. Price

PRICE WILL NOT BE THE
PRIMARY FACTOR IN THE
SELECTION OF AN CPA/
AUDIT FIRM

to CPS firm will be ranked without
providing a copy of the firm's State
If Florida certification as well as a
certificate of professional liability
insurance.

he City of Laurel Hill is a full ser-
ice municipality. The City is also
subject to the single audit act due
Sthe amount of federal and state
rants received.


Any additional information may be
obtained by contacting Shirley
Simmons, City Clerk, at 850-652-
4441. The City will accept propos-
als until 4:00 p.m. central standard
time on Thursday, September 8,
2005. Proposals may be mailed or
delivered to Laurel Hill City Hall, at
8209 Highway 85 North (P.O. Box
158), Laurel Hill, Florida 32567.

The City of Laurel Hill reserves the
right to reject any and all proposals
and to waive any informalities and
award in the best interest of the
City. The City of Laurel Hill is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/ADA employer and a Drug
Free Workplace.

CITY OF LAUREL HILL

Shiriey Simmons
Laurel Hill City Clerk

08/17/05
08/24/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 05-CP-000928-C

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
BETTY JUNE MORRELL
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of BETTY JUNE MORRELL,
deceased, whose date of death
was June 24, 2005, File Number
05-CP-000928-C, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Okaloosa
County Clerk of Circuit Court, 101
James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
Florida 32536. The name and
address of the personal represen-
tative and the personal representa-
tive's attorney is set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN 30 DAYS
AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dents estate must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THIS
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is August 24, 2005.


Attorney for Pe
Representative:
Ilona Reiker, Esquire
543 Harbor Blvd., Suite 501
Destin, Forida 32541
(850) 837-5509
Florida Bar No: 0877366


personal


Personal Representative:
Chris Cadenhead
420 East Pine Avenue
Crestview, Florida 32539

08/24/05 I -
a1<05,,A !
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAl. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-CA-3355-C

CORNERSTONE CONSTRUC-
TION, INC.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

HAZEL W. BOLTON, a deceased
person, and her unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assigns, or any
other parties claiming by, through,
under, or against her,


Defendants.


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: HAZEL W. BOLTON and
heirs
Address Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an


12, 2005 and a copy sent immedi-
ately to the attorney for Mr. and
Mrs. Nunn, Charles A. Wade, P.O.
Box 785, Crestview, Florida 32536
or otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the amended Petition.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on August 10, 2005.


action has been filed against you in Don Howard
the Circuit Court in the First Judicial Clerk of Court
Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Okaloosa County, Florida
Florida for Complaint to Quiet Title
and you are required to serve a By Renee Adams
copy of your written defenses to it, Deputy Clerk
if any, to:
08/24/05
JASON R. MOULTON 08/31/05
Attorney for Plaintiff 09/07/05
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. 09/14/05
Crestview, FL 32536

on or before September 28, 2005 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
and file the original with the Clerk of FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
this Court at the Okaloosa County FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Courthouse, Crestview, Florida FLORIDA
either before service on Plaintiffs PROBATE DIVISION
attorney or immediately thereafter, Case No. 05-953-CP
or a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the IN RE: The Estate of
Complaint or Petition.
EVELYN WALTERS
Dated August 17, 2005. Deceased.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT NOTICE TO CREDITORS

By: Kitty Sims THE ADMINISTRATION of the
Deputy Clerk estate of EVELYN WALTERS,
deceased, whose date of death
08/24/2005 was July 10, 2005 and whose
08/31/2005 Social Security Number is 267-42-
09/07/2005 5763, is pending in the Circuit
09/14/2005 Court of Okaloosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
S which is Clerk of Circuit Court,
Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida Probate Division, Okaloosa County
Statutes, there will be a public auc- Courthouse, 101 James Lee
tion September 12, 2005 at 7:30 Boulevard, East, Suite 210,
A.M. for the following described Crestview, Florida 32536. The
vehicles: names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
1993 Chevy sonal representative's attorney are
VIN # 2G1WL54T4P9240552 set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
1989 Chevy and other persons having claims or
VIN # 1G1AW51WOK6167910 demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
1992 Nissan notice is required to be served must
VIN # 1N4EB32A8NC725896 file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
1984 Oldsmobile MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
VIN #1G3AM47A9EM377165 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
1993 Dodge AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
VIN # 1B3XC56R4PD214793 OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
The auction will be held at 861 W. All other creditors of the dece-
James Lee Blvd, Crestview, FL dent and other persons who have
32536. Danco Transmissions has claims or demands against the
the right to turn down any and all decedent's estate, must file their
bids. claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
08/24/05 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
FLORIDA THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
CIVIL DIVISION WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
05-DR-2640 NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN RE: The Adoption of ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
RAVEN ALEXIS NUNN (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DOB: 8/10/1999 DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
VS The date of the first publication
of this Notice is August 24th, 2005.
Danielle Steiner
and PAUL M. CAMPBELL
Richard Nunn, Jr., Personal Representative
Respondents.
C. THOMAS HOLLAND
Attorney for Personal
S- ....Repreasntatve -
_TO: -- ..: ,., *.596'.NSrth Fe ki a ouleI(vaiil. W
DANIELLE STEINER Crestview, FL 32536


ADDRESS UNKNOWN

RICHARD NUNN, JR.
ADDRESS UNKNOWN

You are hereby notified that an
action of Adoption of a minor child,
RAVEN ALEXIS NUNN, has been
filed by RICHARD NUNN, SR. AND
JUDY NUNN, whose address is
123 Third SW, Fort Waltdn Beach,
Florida 32548 and that if you have
any reason why this minor child
should not be adopted by her
grandfather and grandmother,
RICHARD NUNN, SR. and JUDY
NUNN, you will need to file your
objections to the Clerk of Court,
Okaloosa County, Florida by Sept.


(850) 682-6211/Fax 682-6822
FL Bar No. 0147404

08/24/05
08/31/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-CA-4778

US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR HOME EQUITY LOAN
TRUST


2004-H ES


2004-HE5
PLAINTIFF

VS.

PAUL SURMIAK IF LIVING, AND
IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, OR AGAINST PAUL
SURMIAK; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF PAUL SURMIAK, IF ANY;
SOUTHWIND PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
NEW CENTURY MORTGAGE
CORPORATION; HILROY
SURMIAK; ANN SURMIAK;
ANDREW SURMIAK; KYLE
MILLER
DEFENDANTS)


RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated Aug. 11, 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 04-CA-4778 of the Circuit
Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA County, SHAL-
IMAR, Florida, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at THE
FRONT DOOR of the OKALOOSA
County Courthouse, 1250 EGLIN
PARKWAY NORTH, SHALIMAR,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 12 day
of Sept., 2005 the following
described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment, to-
wit:

LOT 12 OF SOUTHWIND PHASE
I, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE(S) 35, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

Dated this 12 day of Aug., 2005.

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By Vicki Jackson
Deputy Clerk

Publish in: CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommodation
should contact COURT ADMINIS-
TRATION, at the OKALOOSA
County Courthouse at 904-651-
7497, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-
800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.

DAVID J. STERN, PA.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE
500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000

04-34722 SXNW

08/24/05
08/31/05


NOTICE OF SALE

In accordance with Florida
Statutes, KeepSafe Storage, Inc.,
located at 101 Hospital Drive in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the household
."'and o.,Ir a i...rsed r.

LU...I 1109 Co Keep:.1- -l:;i.ge
Sa.a good's a'e To be .,1, T, race..
er the rents not paid by the tenant,
Michelle Finley.

Unit #K08 of KeepSafe Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
er the rents not paid by the tenant,
Vanessa Steele.

Unit #K25 of KeepSafe Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
er the rents not paid by the tenant,
Kristy Cames.

The sale shall take place on Sept. 9
at 10:00 a.m. at KeepSafe Storage.

08/24/05
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night shifts. Appli-
cant must have safe
driving record and
be at least 25 years
old. outgoing, friend-
ly customer service
oriented personality
a must. Approxi-
mately 75-80 hours
per month. Apply in
person at Crestview
News Bulletin. 295.
W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL..
Bring, copy of Motor
Vehicle Report
(MVR) for last three
years when apply-
ing. MVR can be ob-
tained at' Court-
house.
RECEPTIONIST-
SELF motivated
people person for
busy medical office.
Submit resume to
150 E. Redstone
Ave Ste A.

ROOFERS
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
Crestview home re-
pair hiring hard
working roofers. All
workmen comp and
insurances paid.
Salary based, long
term employment,
Not a "Pay by the
square short term
job. 682-5529


The successful candidate for this 30-hour-a-week
position must be dependable and reliable, as well as
proficient in the use of Macintosh computer platform
based programs, including
Quark Express and Adobe Photoshop.

Interested candidates should drop off their resumes at
our offices between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. No phone calls please.
Crestview News 295 W. James Lee Blvd.
S1 Crestview, Florida 32536
9 'I I 850.682.6524


104
General Help
TWIN HILLS Learm-
ing Center has two
openings for child
care workers, one
part time and one
full time. Call 689-
1663 or visit and ap-
ply in person 488
James Lee Blvd
East
YARD HELP need-
ed in Laurel Hill at
Elite Trailers, M-F
Bam-5. Drug Free
workplace. 652-
5252.
BARTENDER
NEEDED nights and
weekends. Call Don-
na at 689-3195
NOW HIRING for
immediate employ-
ment. Carpenters
and Carpenter help-
ers. Pay depends on
experience. Call
585-1210, 537-
8998, 585-1208

106
Home Based
Business
EXCELLENT IN-
COME Opportunity,
work from home, be
your own boss,
make your own
schedule, work
around kids activi-
ties & set your own
pace. http://emilycol-
.linsworth.momex-
ecs.com 334-572-
4553
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant

CRACKER BAR-
REL OF DESTINY
Now hiring all posi-
tions. Cooks, serv-
ers, cashiers. Apply
in person or call
269-3344. Located
at foot of Mid-Bay
Bridge. Good bene-
fits and up to 3 rais-
es in 1st year.

110
Labor
LOOKING FOR
Work will do small
jobs. Yard clean
up's, fix some cars,.
have class A, good
driver. Have to be
paid daily. Call and
see if I can help
thanks. No job less
then $50. (850)291-
1667

118
Part Time
NEEDED NURS-
ERY attendant two
services on Sunday
4 hours one services
on Wednesday night
1-1/2 hours. Call
682-4215
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310
Business
Opportunities

START HERBAL-
IFE Home Based
Business- Bilingual
needed. Earn extra
$$ Free info 888-
232-8724 www.Bank-
ingThe Bucks.com

315
Business Services
DUMP TRAILER
Rental and Services.
Call Brad @
865-3266


315
Business Services

A-0 AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, rea-
sonable priced,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
543-6186
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
DS MOZER Tree
Service, serving
Crestview. Pis call
John Allen @
(850)225-1718
HANDY MAN. Over
25 years construc-
tion exp. 850-428-
1557 or 850-892-
7041.






*Dump Truck
Hauling
*Dirt
*Driveways
*Rock
Call for'yofft
hauling needs
Mike Rogers, Owner
\Cell: 850-758-5234
Line: 23*7522
Home: 334-858-2703
Serving Florida and
Alabama




J&K TREE and
Stump Removal,
Land Clearing,
Bushhogging. Free
Estimates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.







LC TREE Service
Tree removal and
stump grinding. Call
546-1584 or 546-
1585
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheaply 682-2075.
MCCURLEY
CLEANING Service.
Family owned and
operated. Licensed
and insured. Rea-
sonable rates. Resi-
dential & Rentals.
Call for appt. on esti-
mate. 585-5311.
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
RESTORATION OF
all types of build-
ings. Residential &
commercial. ,We
comply with Florida
law concerning in-
surance & license.
428-1557 890-7041.
SEWING
MACHINE

VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
ATTENTION READERS
It Is Illegal for companies
doing business by phone
to promise you a loan
and ask you to pay,
or furnish your credit
card before they deliver
the loan Itself. For free
information* about avoid-
ing advance loan fee
scams, call the National
Fraud Info Center at
800-876-7060


315
Business Services
STUCCO, STUCCO
Repair, veneer
stone, storm dam-
age, building decay.
850-892-7041, 428-
1557

Yeomans

HOME
REPAIRS

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DAVID YEOMANS
HOME REPAIR SPECIALIST
L-c. 95t0028177


320
Child Care
ATTENTION
CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN
SUBSCRIBERS
You now get 1
FREE Quick Cash
classified ad per
month. Limited to
merchandise for
sale under $250, the
price must be in the
ad.
Call 850-682-6524
to place your ad to-
day!! Quick Cash
Classifieds.


ATTENTION:
All in home child care
providers are
required to be
registered or
licensed by the State
of Florida, If they care
for children from
more than one family,
other than their own.
It is highly
recommended that
parents/custodians,
who are seeking
childcare, contact the
Department of
Children and
Families,
Gwen Clark, at
850-598-8169,
to assure that a
provider is legally
operating.
For information
regarding
Okaloosa or Walton
County providers
contact
Deborah Martin at
833-3839.

REGISTERED
HOME Child Care,
now accepting chil-
dren ages One to
Four. Call 683-1515
or 803-3812

332
Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844


SUPERIOR


SEPTIC TANK COMPANY


SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION
FIELDLINES REPLACED
MOUND SYSTEMS
PERK TEST AVAILABLE


DIRT HAULING


LOTS CLEARED

PACKAGE DEAL AVAILABLE

UCENSED & BONDED


CRESTVIEW

682-4440


325
Domestic
DETAILED HOUSE
CLEANING Will pro-
vide cleaning prod-
ucts. Excellent local
references. Reason-
able. Call Sharon at
218-0572.

335
Financial Services

MORTGAGES, RE-
FINANCE or pur-
chase. NO MONEY
DOWN! No income
check, low rates, all
credit considered
(higher rates may
apply) NO MOBILE
HOMES. 888-874-
4829 or www.Ac-
centCapital.com Li-
censed Correspond-
ent Lender

337
Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert LathWaritMv-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.











CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes'
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps

FENCED INSTAL-
LED Repairs Call
"At-a-Boy" 689-
0101. Fence compa-
ny also pressure.
washing company

IPARFINING-
IPRESSURE lll
LWASHINGI1 ,
Quality workZ

,Free Estilmates


DEFUNIAK SPRINGS

892-7776


340
Home Repair

K&J CONSTRUC-
TION Services of
NW Florida Inc. Call
us for all your con-
struction needs. We
do storm repair, re-
models, metal or
shingle roof and sid-
ing. Call for esti-
mates and pricing.
Licensed and insur-
ed. References
Avail. Please call Ja-
son or Keisha Ca-
denhead 305-0950
or 305-0951.


RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
Free Estimates,
Specialize In
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375/240-
8443.

RICHARD ADAMS
Painting new homes
and repaints. Li-
cense and Insured.
Free Estimates. Call
423-1223

Hot Water
Heaters Installed
& Repaired
All Models,
Warranty Service
on all major brands
Robert
Brewer
Plumbing Repairs, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured

WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. 537-
9955/259-6170
HANDY D'S 25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066


340
Home Repair
CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Power Washing-
Residential & Com-
mercial, Remodel-
ing, Painting, Etc.
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011


340
Home Repair

MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.


Covenant
H OSPI C
a special dof caringsince 1984

EXPERIENCE THE
DIFFERENCE

Emphasizing quality of life, the
Covenant Hospice team is dedicated
to providing compassionate services
to patients and their loves ones.
Our vision is for excellence in
compassionate care for all people,
to broaden and fulfill life's journey.

Home Health Aide- FT
RN PRN/Weekends
Chaplain FT
Andalusia Branch Manager -
5 yrs mid-level healthcare
.... ...., management evp pref. ..,,,.
Physician Relnvs eiMjAiiagef
Corporate Office / Pensacola
Bachelor's degree req. and CCS-P pref.

Regional Operations Director for
CrestviewlNiceville/Andalusia
BS in Healthcare Admin; 5 yrs
management exp. highly desired.

Great FT benefits 25 PTO days/yr
BCBS Health; Dental ins; Life
ins, Tuition & Mileage Reimb.
& Matching Retirement Plan

Great Work Environment!
98% Staff Satisfaction
Drug-Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer

Visit Us @ 370 Redstone Dr.
Call: 850-682-3628 or
Heather @ 800-541-3072
Mail: 5041 N. 12th. Ave.
Pensacola, FL 32504
FAX: 850-202-5803
Emailjobs@covenanthospice.org
APPLY ONLINE TODAY!
www.covenanthospice.org


0 NORTH OKALOOSA
ocoMEDICAL CENTER


COMMIT TO EXCELLENCE
MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
Recognized as a top 100 Hospital, NORTH
OKALOOSA MEDICAL CENTER is seeking
dynamic healthcare professionals who are dedicated
to excellence and making a difference.
Staff Registered Nurses

Clinical Supervisor ICU/PCU
Licensed Practical Nurses

Director of Case Management

Transporter

Radiographer

Ultrasonographer

HR Recruiter
We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits
including 401K plan and a tuition
reimbursement programs.
North Okaloosa Medical Center
125 Redstone Avenue, Crestview, Florida 32539
Email: HumanResources@NOMC.net
689-8146; Fax 689-8470; Job Line: 689-8474
Equal Opportunity Employer for a Drug-Free America


BARGAINS 8 SAVINGS 8 MORE ... H MY.

QUICK CASH CLASSIFIED, TAKE A TAX WRITE OFF OR POCKET TAX FREE CASH.


BEE'%y^ ~,~,~ao~ Est. 1985
Family Sports Pubs
"Every Neighborhood Should Have One"

Now Hiring

Kitchen Staff

* Competitive Pay

Flexible Hours

Apply in Person
between 2-4 pm
Located in Crestview Corners
2509 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview


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106 Hillwood Dr.,
Crestview. 3BR/1BA.
1092 sq. ft. $160,000.
2701 Lake Silver Rd.,
Crestview. 3BR/2BA.
1,750 sq.ft. $226,500.
6523 Oakcrest Rd.,
Milton 3BR/1BA, 1,104
sq. ft. $107,900.
269 N. Main Street,
Crestview. Commercial
property. $389,000.
20 Acres, Interstate 10,
Holt, Florida. $850,000.
40 Acres, 5467 Clint
Mason Rd., Crestview.
$1,350,000.
10 Acres, O.B. Gatlin
Road, Crestview.
$175,000.
100 Acres, Adams
Lane, Holt, Florida.
$2,000,000.
4.68 Acres, Armistead
..Road, Holt Industrial
-Park, Florida. 189;900
30.15 Acres, Armistead
Road, Holt Industrial
Park, Florida.
$2,100,000.
95 Seminole Drive,
Defuniak Springs, FL.
1,400 sq. ft. 3BR/1BA
$119,500.
5860 Huckleberry Ln.,
Crestview. One acre,
nice, level lot, fenced.
$52,500.
5579 Buck Ward Road,
Baker. 1,620 sq. ft.
3BR/2BA $175,000.
Residential Land 4240
Edge Perry Rd.,
Crestview. 1 Acre lot on
paved road just north of
Crestview, level and
wooded. $45,000.
6191 Hwy. 393,
Crestview. 10 Acre par-
cel on paved road.
Septic tank and deep
well on property.
$180,000.




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342
Landclearing

FOR HIRE Bushog-
ging, leveling, back-
hoe, post hole drill-
ing, front end loader,
Will haul. Garden till-
ing 682-1045, day-
time 682-2880 after
5:30, Cell 978-0363


SOU'PWMw.N

L.AWN CAR
LLO
-- Free Estimates
Commercial Residential
Quality Lawn Care with
Dependable Senice & Reasonable Rates!
Office ,85j'i aft 77r was


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pet, tile, laminate flooring. Too many
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345
Lawn Care

JUSTIN'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
Licensed, Specializ-
ing in: Commercial &
residential property.
Mowing, trimming,
weed eating and
more... No con-
tracts. Call for more
information.
(850)685-3808 or
(850)305-0137


360
Miscellaneous

CLOTHES DRYER,
kitchen cabinet
doors only, counter
top, kitchen sink with
faucet 682-2147


452
Apartments

CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $59 daily
$275 weekly
Furnished efficiency
$275 weekly 682-
4466


1.%JVCL.T, VV=bl| M m"bIln N ll
5BR/2BA home, too many amenities BENT CREEK
to list. $330,000. #393952 rs Accerted. 1 2
[- -* ,lJ BR HC & non-HC
arth lil .l accessible apart-
Tr, I ments. Water, Sew-
Trau er, and Garbage,
Cell:(850) 259-4351 I-l| |iI provided. 209 Bent
eglinsafbhomes.com *6: ] Creek Rd. Crest-
4-046 view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Phone: 682-9227 Fax:689-7508 WALKER LAWN Voice 800-955-8770
S Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508 MAINTENANCE Equal Housing Op-
Pelican 5210S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview MAowin Trimming, portunity.
www.pelicanproperty.com PruningOne time or BENT CREEK
year round. Li- APARTMENTS II
censed and insured. Vouchers Accepted.
b; 4v 2 > .- :A.345 ----.5307-44198 Referen" (be b rentaif"s -'
Landclearlng Lawn Care ces Available tance may be availa-

NORTHWEST ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
FLORIDA SO D HC & non-HC ac-
LANDCLEARING :B cessible apartments.
Fill-Dirt, Leveling, 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Site-work. Licensed Farm Crestview, FL. Call
and Insured 537- Direct 850-682-5563, TDD
2142 Direct 711, Voice 800-955-
Centipede-Bermuda 8770 Equal Housing

D& l l Zoytia ONE BEDROOM
apartment with cable
ADC ARING Delivery & Installation box, all movie chan-
SBulldozers Call 244-6651 nels, Washer/dryer,
Backhoe Intalaoannd unHeated pool and all
*Backho Suncoast Sod utilities included.
Farms $600/mo. $200/dd.
682-8029
BECK'S OUTDOOR T & F tree service.
Service offering mo- Lic. and Insured. 456
bile small engine re- Small and big jobs. Homes
pair, lawn service 423-0416
Cell: (850) 758-0002 and pressure wash- 3Fairchild2 NEW Home
After hours call: ing 978-1131airchild Estates
(850) 537-6061 L 2cg, fenced yard, no
DAVE'S HAULING Calil pets/smoking.
LLC Estate clean- PiL- $1,100/mo Availble
out, mowing, bush 'LwSe'vie now 729-1171 855-
hogging, debris re- UlidI' 8219
moval, hauling& Coldwell Banker
odd jobs. License & CodwJME Realty 7Banker
Insured USAF re- *iLawn Mamie- JME Realty 117
Insured USAF re- i Courthouse Terrace
Stirred 758-5222 lCrestview, FI 32536
(850)682-5922
Equal Housing
MAi- l INEAC,. 1 llatiINick Opportunity
4832 Hwy 2, 2 bed,
1 ba, $450
418 Brown PI, 2
bed, 2 ba. $725
345-266 r ed. F. IeIFor further info visit
33Lawn Care 6wwwemeraldcoas-
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Insured

GARY
CLARYS
StUrnp grinding
Lot clearing
Light debris and
orn
CLIt to order.
sodding. CLIst 11


(85.0)652-3015
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or (850)305-1143


350 Senior Care

WILLING TO sit with
elderly, light house
keeping, references
10/hr. Baker, Crest-
view, Laurel Hill
area. 682-0922/758-
0011


H&E

Lawn Care
Free Estimates

* Landscaping

* Debris Removal

* Flowerbed Designs

Owners:
Hank Bass: (850) 689-8862
Eddie Lehneis: (850) 758-9520


Commercial & Res-
idential Property:
682-2735
FOR RENT
Houses:
328 Lakeview Dr 3/2
$850
423 Northview Ln
3/2 $925
3349 Shoal Creek
Cove 4/2 $1,100
117 Brain Dr 3/2
$1,400
2128 Hagood Loop
4/3 $1,500
ERA American
Realty Company of
Northwest Florida,
Inc. 682-4822 or
651-5717
Equal Housing Opp.

HOUSE FOR rent,
2br 800\sq-ft, fenced
yard, 1 mile East on
90 $450/$450. Bak-
er 537-9798

460
Mobile Homes


460
Mobile Homes

MOBILE HOMES
2 & 3-Bedroom units
in quiet park. Con-
venient to shopping
and schools. No
pets. 585-8192
SPACIOUS
2BR/2BA trailer,
large yard, located
in the Auburn Com-
munity area.
$500/mo rent &
$500 deposit. No
pets or indoor smok-
ing. Credit and refer-
ences required. One
year lease required,
shown by appoint-
ment 682-8311,
leave message.

462
Rooms For Rent

UPSTAIRS ROOM
partially furnished,
utilities included
$159 to move in.
$159 per week. near
GoldKist. Call
(850)261-9793


554
Commercial

1,550 SQ ft office
building, corner of
Pearl' & Aplin Rd.
Fti.ren~$1,750/mo.
Call 682-0791
PROFESSIONAL
OFFICE space
available up to 2,000
sq ft on South Fer-
don Blvd. Call 682-
0791

556
Homes

3/2 BRICK house,
built in 1991
1400sq-ft, updated
extras, master bed-
room has walk-in
closet, privacy fence
and shed. $179,900.
682-6520 582-2273
5856 CALUMET
Court,
Silver Oaks
All brick, 2,500sf
plus huge lanai,
4br/3.5ba, marble
baths and showers,
stunning kitchen
with granite counter-
tops, tray ceilings,
gas fireplace, cul-
de-sac lot,
$384,900, Riverside
Building Corporation
685-1578


556
Homes

BEAUTIFUL
4BR/2.5BA, 1918sf
home with many up-
grades on half acre
double corner lot.
#26479 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
BEAUTIFUL HOME
on 3 acres in Bakerl
3br/2ba w/2144sf,
smoke and pet free!
Beautiful landscap-
ing! Workshop!
$325,000 #26839
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

FABULOUS HOME
South of 1-10.
4BR/3BA 3000sf
home, privacy
.fenced back yard.
Call today! #2686g
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
FOR SALE
4BR/2BA All brick,
sprinkler system. No
smokers/pets/kids.
In Silver Oak 682-
9911
HOUSE FOR sale
on 3 acres in county
3br/2ba, 2644 Crick-
et Lane, Crestview
$350,000 689-1887
LARGE HOME INM
THE COUNTRY
CLUB
AREA OF
ANDALUSIA,
ALABAMA.
Going on the market
Aug 27th, open
house from 2-5 Aug
27th and 28th, 1505
Prestwood Bridge Rd
$260,000 334-222-
6390
LOVELY HOME in
Pinnacle Point at
Shoal River Country
Club. 3br/2ba. Im-
mediate Occupancy.
$249,900 #26781
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

NEW CUSTOM all
brick 4br/2ba lake-
front w/lots of amen-
ities in established
S/D. $327,800. Must
seel #26855 ERA
AMERICAN REAL-
TY OF NORTH-
WEST FLORIDA,
INC. 682-4822.


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Lots, Acreage
S & Homes
S 865-7777 or 682-7718

rick@nwfla-homes.com
Ri www.nwfla-homes.com
Rick Epperson

Tom Fuqua r
Realty, Inc. -- MIS.I


556
Homes

WELL MAIN-
TAINED older home
3br/2ba w/mother-in-
law quarters in back.
Pretty landscaping.
#26489 #149,900
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY -OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

PICTURESQUE
3BR/2BA home
South of 1-10 on cor-
ner lot. 1334sf
w/converted garage.
#26828 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
WELL MAIN-
TAINED 3br/2ba
home on 1/3 acre
lot. Built in book-
case, freshly painted
throughout.
$175,000 #26646
ERA AMERICAN
REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.

560

10-15-20 ACRES in
Holt. $14,000 to
$16,000 an acre.
Call today for info.
#26716, #26789,
#26718 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
2.5+ ACRES, pri-
vate location in Holt.
Power pole on site.
Mobile homes al-
lowed. $62,500
#26858 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
ALABAMA HUNT-
ING Land for sale by
owner- Bullock
County near Union
Springs, 310 acres,
mature hardwoods.
$2,950 per acre
334-799-7493
8,500 SQ-FT of
land, suitable for
mobile home or
house $20,000. Call
689-1985


560
Land

COMMERCIAL-
HIGH visibility. Cor-
ner lot, Hwy 90. 1.42
acres w/2500+ sf
building, zoned light
industrial. $500,000
#25785 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
38.3 ACRES with
small starter home.
Some cleared, most-
ly wooded, flat, high
and dry. Baker
#26403 ERA AMER-
ICAN REALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC. 682-
4822.
9+ ARCES in Laurel
Hill zone commer-
cial, 1300 feet on
Hwy 85. $400,000.
Call 682-0791
BAKER ACREAGE,
2 beautiful cleared
acres $38,500 each
one of the acres has
power pole and sep-
tic 537-4744
TWO BUILDING
sites! 1 acre on Staff
Bdfor $50,00.0and
1.42 acres Monter-
rey Road for
$75,000. #26488
and #26480 ERA
AMERICAN REAL-
TY OF NORTH-
WEST FLORIDA,
INC. 682-4822.

562
Mobile Homes

MOBILE HOME
1996 16x80,
3BR/2BA, Lg. MBR,
Garden tub w/walk-
in closet, shower in
MBR. Fully Equip-
ped. New carpet &
tile. $22,000. Must
move. 682-8843 af-
ter 6PM.
SINGLE WIDE Trail-
er on 1.1 acres w/
carport & shed, all
fenced in. Auburn
area $130,000 689-
6640

566 Cemetery lots

4 SALE 4 spaces in
the Garden of Com-
fort, Live Oak Ce-
mentary $3,200. Call
682-2351


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
COUNTRY...BUT
CLOSE You'll love
this 2111sf home
tucked away on I+ acre
lot within city limits:
3BR/2BA, generous
room sizes, formal
areas, fireplace,
insulated windows,
screened porch,
workshop.

SOMETHING
SPECIAL.... Beautiful
5BR3BA, 2 story brick
home in quiet cul-de-
sac in Pinnacle Point.
Formal areas, tray
ceiling, fenced back
yard. Handy to the
country club and golf
course.

DEVELOPERS won't
want to miss this 8 acre
parcel near the hospital.
Close to both
commercial and
residential areas.
Fronts Redstone for
easy access for your

future office or medical
complex. Consider the
possibilities and call
today!

DREAM COME
TRUE... 2400+ sfbrick
home on 3 acres handy
to schools and
shopping! 4BR/3BA
floorplan includes
master BR AND a
master suite complete
with sitting room and
spacious bath.
Upgrades include Liz
Claibome carpet, Bruce
flooring, custom
entertainment center,
fireplace. French doors
lead to screened porch,
pool and koi pond.

BE LORD OF THE
MANOR in your
spacious 3BR/2BA
home on 15 acres.
Beautifully maintained,
nicey 'updated.`Portna'
O;! -reas, MA tm) *i
outbuildings including
3 stall bam, fenced
pasture areas for your
horses.












301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
FACH OFFIE
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Representing land developed
Crestview Santa Rosa Beach
www.C21beachrealty.com
Baoch Realty 5170 S. Ferdon Blvd
SI Crestview, FL 3236
85Call today
. 1_ 850.682.4953
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Commercial property wilti 600ft
on Hvy 90 Great location
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The Lee Pontiac Buick GMC Service Staff (from left
to right are): Lee 5 years; Butch 20 years; James 8
years; Earnest 5 years; Stan 23 years; and Charles -
8 years.
The next time you need service for your Pontiac,
Buick, GMC vehicle, be sure to come in and see our
dedicated service staff at Lee Pontiac in Crestview. We
have over 69 years of combined experience in keeping
your vehicle in working order.
S&ering our comunmnityjf lvmer E50 yrs!
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for Award Chevrolet,
Should like to extend an
Invitation to the public
to stop by and let him
HE OL answer any questions
you may have.

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f E D I 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
M C EVRO 682-2731


704
Livestock
6YR OLD Gelding
15.3 Quarter Palo-
mino horse walker,
,very, friendly. nega-
tive. Goggins._750.
Call 2Joanhe at
537-8494
HORSE BOARD-
ING in Holt. Call
537-2815 or 902-
0149

706
Livestock Supplies
PERENNIAL PEA-
NUT hay for horses
and goats $5.00 per
bale (850) 834-3881
708
Pets
ATTENTION
PARENTS/GRAND-
PARENTS
1st meeting of the
fall, 4H Livestock/pet
club August 29th
6:30pm extensions
office 689-5850 All
invited ages 5-18
BUNNIES MANY to
choose from to good
homes $5, 683-0414
Ask about the dis-
count
CHIHUAHUAS: 2
males, 7 months old.
No papers $75 each
689-8031
CLIPPENDALES
SALON. Grooming,
baths, dips, doggie
supplies. We are
now offering a spa
package, Frontline
flea products, home-
made doggie treats,
doggie birthday
cakes to order.
Leave message
850-689-0006.
FOR SALE Chihua-
hua pups. No pa-
pers $200, $100 de-
posit, ready by Aug
27th Call 689-0669
FOR SALE male
Boston Terrier,
house broken, good
with kids, 3yrs old.
$100 537-8151
FREE TO good
home three Jack
Russell and Chihua-
hua mix and a Ger-
man Sheppard 2
years old free to
good home 585-
9058
NOAH PET
ADOPTION
CENTER
551 South Main St.
Crestview.
Adopt an orphan.
Thurs, 4PM-7PM
Sat. 10AM-4PM


708
Pets
PUPPIES FOR sale,
CKC Registered
Jack Russell pup-
pies $300 each, cur-
rent shots and dew-
ormed. Call 683-
1586 or 225-8248 or
225-8519
REGISTERED
SHELTIE puppies,
born 7/4/05 $400.
Call 689-1862
YELLOW NATE
Amazon baby talk-
ing $550 firm, Quak-
er breeder pair
young & proven
$300 537-8383,
537-8692
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?Lost'& Found ,
PETS
LOST OR FOUND
A DOG OR CAT?
Check with Animal
Control!
737 N. Ferdon Blvd.
682-2222


802
Antiques
BARLEY TWIST ta-
ble, large, extends
to 10', five (5)
chairs, wineberry
leather $800 OBO
682-0348
RON'S ANTIQUES
Furniture, glass-
ware, clocks & clock
repair. Buy/Sale/ Es-
tates Mon. Fri, 9-5
/ Sat. 9-2. 213 N.
Main St. 689-1007
or 305-2441
806
Appliances

RON'S
APPLIANCE
&
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844111


806
Appliances
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
UPRIGHT KEN-
MORE freezer., ex-
cellent condition
$350 Call 682-0348
WASHER DRYER
combo, like new, hot
point wrinkle free
$900, new, asking
$375 537-9798
.812,
-Farm-eqUjpoent
CULTIVATOR 5HP
Troy built Bronco
rear tires $475. Like
new 537-3609
814
Furniture
CHINA
CABINET,
drum table, table
w/4 chairs, queen
mattress, dressers,
shelves, bar. 682-
0348
DARK OBLONG ta-
ble with 4 chairs
60x36 take $150
682-1204
DINING ROOM ta-
ble, 6 chairs wood,
very good condition
$150. Call 689-0516
TWO PIECE hutch
buffet and dining ta-
ble with chairs $150.
Bunk beds $50 683-
1826

















826
Sporting Goods
TREADMILL NOR-
DI-TRACK E-3200
15 program, dual
cooling fans, 2.0
continuous HP mo-
tor $600 OBO 689-
1293
1293


'06 MODELS 2005 Models must go!


ARRIVING Employee Pricing still available on all 2005 models*
L IM N T TL,. ATI.O flA. rf lr A*0.L4. A..n


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2006 GMC Canyon Crew Cab 2006 GMC Ext. Cab
Stock# 6007 4WD, Loaded


MSRP 127,070
Discounts &
Rebates

2,925


Your Price $24,14500


2005 GMC Canyon
2WD, Ext. Cab Stock# 5223



SRP 26,760
Discounts &
Rebates

4,361


Your Price $22,39900


Stock# 6004


MSRP $38,920
Discounts &
Rebates

-$5,555


Your Price $33,36500


2005 GMC Ext. Cab


4WD


Stock# 5124



MSRP *33,228
Discounts &
Rebates

7,932


Your Price $25,296"0


Our general Manager says our used vehicle inventory must go!


THREE DAYS ONLY! Thurs, Fri, Sat. All used vehicles will


be sold at Dealership Employee Price To Everyone!


No Haggle Pricing By George!!

QUALITUEDVEISAT


Model

03 CadillacCTS

03 Cadillac Seville

"-h4 sre'i 'achca


Last Dealer Employee
Stk# Was Week Pricing

#P338 95,995 23,700 1 23,324


#P351 26,9M0 23,500

-4mk II921&O $19$00


03 GMC Sierra SLT #P5262 22975


'20,875 '20,100


05 Chev 1500 Crew Cab#P361 23,775 21,950 1,249


05 Buick Century

02 Chevy Tahoe


#P311 18995


$15,975


#P352 3,500 22,065


15,884

21!,705


Model


Stk# Was


Last
Week


05 DodgeRam Quad #P366 '21,995 19,835


02 Ford Crown Vic

r0etMW-Envoy

03 Ford Mustang

02 Nissan Altima

02 Olds Alero

04 Mercury Sable


Dealer Employee
Pricing
18,819


#5275A '14,550 12,975 11,683

'522B 120,375 118,400 O ;17,600

#5038B '19,975 '18,105 17,00

#P207B 714995 12,850 12,048


#P364B $9,975,


7,995


#P5168X 12,995 *10,550


99 GMC Suburban #P345A 11,775 010250


7,102

$9,799

9,345


Serving our communityfor over 50 years!

Pontiac- Buick GMC
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828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
DONALDSON
SATELLITE
535 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Factory authorized
T.V. & VCR Repair
for Zenith, RCA, GE,
Phillips, Magnavox
Sharp & .Emerson.
We buy working and
non-working Direct
TV receivers. 682-
4831


TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special fund
raiser. Replacement
order. Call Jackie
682-4305.


829
Garage Sales
4X4 CHEVY truck
(no motor) $400
OBO, plumbing
hardware, auto
parts, crafts, kids,
things, household
items and more
5807 Antler Way. No
early birds. 8:30am
until Friday and Sat-
urday
YARD SALE Sat
27th 7am-12, 603 N.
Pearl St. Lots of
stuff
INSIDE
YARD SALE
and bake sale spon-
sored by Thrivent Fi-
nancial for Luther-
ans on Saturday Au-
gust 27th 8am-
1:30pm at Our Sav-
ior Lutheran Church,
178 North Ave,
Crestview across
from Live Oak Cem-
etery


829
Garage Sales
1305 VALLEY
Road, Saturday 8/27
bedroom suit,
framed artwork,
house of' Lloyd
Christmas items,
kitchen and house-
hold items, toys,
games 7-noon
MOVING SALE Aug
27th 7am-1pm. Ev-
erything must go!
3082 Log Cabin Ln,
off of Old Hickory off
Auburn Rd. Call
902-0639. House-
hold goods, children
toys and much more
GARAGE SALE,
laptop router projec-
tor computer, house-
hold items baby
items clothes cos-
tume jewelry mirror
art decko,
wwwrlrvm.com/yard-
sale for map, 4866
Leyland Lane Sat.
27th. 8:00 -till


829
Garage Sales
CLOSED ANTIQUE
vendor: misc furni-
ture, lamps, art-
work, china cabinet,
Moulton's Advanced
Storage, new bldg.
'#L-15 Crestview Fri-
day and Saturday
August 26&27 7-12
or call 682-0348
FIVE FAMILY ga-
rage sale. Thursday
25th thru Saturday
27th. Rain or shine.
Name brand teen
clothing, plants,
clowns, linen, toys,
collectibles, lumber,
lots morel 752
Ridgelake 7:30am

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
LARGE MASSAGE
table with electric
movement. Call be-
tween 6pm-10:30pm
at 682-5075.


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DINO SINOPOLI (850) 974-7778
Email: dino@calldino.com
CALL TODAY!
Residential Property, New Construction
Relocation Assistance, Acreage, Condo's,
I Commercial or Investment Property I
I "FREE MARKET EVALUATION I
RE/MAX AGENCY ONE, INC.
www.calldino.com
301 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite A I
Crestview, FL 32536 I
Office: 850.682.8309 .
Fax: 850.682.8279
Toll Free: 1.800.239.8309
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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
25/CU-FT KEN-
MORE upright white,
excellent condition
$225, full size draft-
ing table with chair
$225. 689-1693
ELECTRIC SCOOT-
ER Boreem 350w.
Barely used $275
neg. Girls bike 22"
Roadmaster 6
speed with hand
brakes $35 683-
8957
DRYER FOR sale
$150. 27 inch TV
$25. Call 855-8956
MATTHEWS Z-MAX
bow, excellent con-
dition with arrows,
complete $550. Call
682-0348
NASCAR COLLEC-
TION over 100 1/24
scale cars sell whole
or separate. Call
423-1223


305 Cigarettes
$13.99 per carton
or $1.60 per pack
Romy cigarettes
$12.99 per carton
or $1.50 per pack.
Billy's What Nots
6056 Hwy 85 N.
Crestview682-0290
Hours
Monday through
Saturday
9AM until 5PM
Closed on Sunday


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
6/MO WASHER and
dryer for sale, 27"
cabinet TV, VCR's,
video games, misc.
Call 826-1607
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts,
Holland Farms 877-
675-6876





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$100,000 $6,000 $2,995 $3,005
$150,000 $9,000 $2,995 $6,005
$250,000 $15,000 $2,995 $12,005
Call 423-0700 to Find Out How
You Can Cut the Cost of Buying
or Selling Your Home!
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FACTORY MSRP

$51,o05 SALE PRICE


EMPLOYEE & DEMO, DISC.
& REBATE-1 1,847


$39,204


9087A 02 Jeep Grand Cherokee................................$13,995
9566A 02 Chev K2500 Crew Diesel........................$27,995
9574B 01 Toyota 4x4 Ext Cab...................................$16,995
9530A 04 Ford Excursion, Eddie Bauer, Diesel.................$37995


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I glnoi all'bates, plus tax, tag title & processing fee. ORter expies September 6, 2005. Photo for display purposes only. '
,... Employee pricing good on 2005 vehicles only. .


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
PIANO FOR' salj,
white .baby' grand,
Samick $7,000.
Please call 682-
1865


832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
WANTED LAND or
lot to place mobile
home on. in Crest-
view ,Area. 689-
1985.


WANTED- UN-
WANTED lawn
mowers, generators,
tillers, pressure
washers, go-carts,
mini bike, power
tools, utility trailer.
Any condition, con-
sidered, cash paid
758-5222


904
Cars
FOR SALE 1999
Cadillac Deville, sil-
ver, 4-dr, 111,000
miles $5,000 firm.
Cell 803-1213,
home 537-5426


904
Cars
96 FORD ContoOr,
sun roof, A/C, good
shape. CD, 190,000
miles $2,000. 91'
Chevy Blazer A/C,
CD, $2,000. 582-
1893 or 682-4019


904
Cars
TOYOTA CAMRY
LE 2000, 4-dr one
owner, loaded, good
condition. 56,200
miles, $10,000 689-
1305


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PWe specialize in...
Is it time to replace your We specialize in...
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Automatic
Standard
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SForeign & Domestic

682-9883
Find out before your car gives VISA
you trouble down the road. L i

24 Hour Towing Service

FACTORY SPEC.
COLLISION CENTER
Rusty Snyder
Towing Manager
(850)423-0691
Cell
(850)546-0897
5165 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview


For Sale
2002 Dodge Ram Conversion Van
Wheelchair/Handicap
Accessible






*Auto/Remote Wheelchair Lift
*Auto/Remote Side Doors
*Wheelchair Lockdown
*Auto Driver's Transfer Seat
*Driver Hand Controls
*AM/FM/Stereo/Cassette/CD
*TV/VCR
*Power Window & Locks

Only $23,000

Call 850-830-0020

*Major &Minor
Repair
Engine
Overhaul Foreign
& Domestic
*A/C Services /\
Wrecker
Service I
Available
16 Years of Service *
DANIEL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
a 850-537-3828 i
523 HWY 90 WEST, HOLT, Ff--

For Sale: 1995 GMC Safari
93k miles, cold a/c
Captain chairs front and middle row,
last row converts to bed, built in tv
and vcr. Reading, side, center lights.
Rear a/c controls.
$6,500, call 682-5298


904
Cars
1990 CAPRICE
classic, extra clean,
V8-350 runs great,
seats and ride very
comfortable, minor
body work needed
on the passenger
door. $2,500 OBO
Call 537-8362

FOR SALE 2 cars,
1984 Buick LaSabre
1980 Chrysler Leb-
aron total $4,000 for
the two. 682-3166
1990 SUBARU Leg-
acy 83,000k, 5-spd,
excellent condition,
great gas mileage
$2,700 682-5455
MAZDA RX7 1988
10th Anniversary
Turbo. Excellent
condition, new tires
65,000 miles $8,000
OBO 689-8942


906 Boats
14FT COLLINS
craft, 35hp Evinrude
electric start, stick
steering, trolling mo-
tor, galvanized trail-
er. $1,400 682-3895
908
Farm Equipment
TORO TILLER. 6.5
h.p., rear tines, elec-
tric starter, $600.
Like new 830-0020.
910 Motorcycles
2004 SUZUKI
GSXR 1000, 13,000
miles, great shape,
very fast $7,500
firm. Call David
(850)546-1036
912
Motor Homes
MOTOR HOME for
Sale 1987 Mallard
21ft, very low mile-
age, garage kept.
Call 682-6408


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INTERNET SALES CONSULTANT
850-682-2721
800-972-3673 ITj-
joe@hubcitysupercenter.com
www.hubcitysupercenter.com
"Contact me for the best deal
in town or visit us online"
because...
"While Others Shuffle We Deal"
HUB CITY FORD
4060 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL


537-9200 *483 Hwy. 90 We7 Holt


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914
Recreational
STYX RIVER Resort
Membership for.
$2,000 OBO, 8ft,
slide in pop up
camper $1,200 682-
6369
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
FOR SALE GMC:
Yukon 1995, 4-dr,I
leather interior
$4,500. Excellent
condition 149,000
easy miles. Cell:
803-1213 homei
537-5426
918
Trucks
1986 DODGE Ram
1500, auto, 318 runs
good, new tires,
good condition. Call
689-0930
1990 CHEVY 4X4
long wheel base
truck, new aluminum
rims and tires, tool-
box, great hunting or
work truck. _$3,000
OBO 689-4384 after
4pm
1990 FORD Rang-
er new transmis-
sion, radiator and
engine runs great!
$1500 682-2968
or 217-5465.
2002 DODGE Ram
4x4, regular cab, au-
tomatic, fully loaded
30,200 miles, tool
box $15,000 758-
0298


CHECK THIS OUT!
For only $1 extra,
you can have a
large check placed
on top of your ad.
Ask for the check!
850-682-6524
FOR SALE 1994
Ford Explorer, limit-
ed edition 130/k.
Runs like new
$4,500 OBO 689-
0669
FORD F-150 Rang-
er XLT 1977 topper
goes with it $2,000
OBO 682-2147
920
Vans
1995 NISSAN
Quest, green van,
private owned
149,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition.
Call 537-6771, Bak-
er $3,300
1997 DODGE Cara-
van $2,300, blue
book is $2,550,
Please call 758-
7050

NOTICE
Dogs & Cats
Offered
For Sale
within the state of
FL or being trans-
ported into the
state for sale must
be accompanied
by an official certif-
icate of veterinary
inspection certify-
ing compliance
with Section
585.95 of Florida
Statutes.
Also, no person
shall transport into
the state for sale
or offer for sale
within the state
any dog or cat that
is less than 8
weeks of age.