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To our readers...
Today is the first day of
Crestview News Bulletin's new
The primary concept for the
extra edition is to generate up-to-
date high school football coverage
to you without waiting for our
Wednesday Edition. It will also
allow us to bring you breaking
news coverage throughout North
Okaloosa County later in the week.
Subscribers will now receive
the Saturday Edition of the News
Bulletin in the mail at no extra
charge through the remainder of
the high school football season.
We are proud to be your prima-
ry source for news and sports in
North Okaloosa County.
As always, we welcome any
feedback about our newspaper
and our coverage. Just call 682-
6524 and let us hear it.
Pregame meal: A Dawg Day Tradition
Food is prepared for the
Crestview football team by the
staff at the Recreation Outreach
Center at Central Baptist Church.
News Bulletin Reporter
Lots of big name schools have football tradi-
tions. Clemson's has Howard's Rock and Texas
A&M had the bonfire.
Though only in its fourth season, the
Crestview Bulldogs have a tradition of their
Every Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. the varsity
football team suits up in their game jerseys and
heads to the ROC at Central Baptist Church for
what has become their traditional pregame meal.
"We began coming here in 2001 my first year.
This has become a tradition our players really
look forward to," said Matt Brunson, Bulldog
head football coach.
Crestview steamrolls Jay 42-13,
Baker falls to Walton 57-7 in regular-
Game coverage, Page 8
For senior wing back Reggie Speights, it's a
tradition that he has enjoyed and appreciated the
last four years.
"It is a tradition," said Speights before he
shoveled hot spaghetti into his mouth. "When I
was at Davidson Middle School I heard that the
Bulldogs were coming here every week. It's just
one of those things about football season that I
looked forward to.
Speights said it's an opportunity for the team
to get together in a relaxed atmosphere and get
that team bonding.
"Let's see," said Speights, between bites.
"This spaghetti is really good, but my favorite is
He confessed later to that he didn't care what
See MEAL, page 3
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Mary Jo Woodruff, the food chief at Central Baptist Church's
Recreation Outreach Center, serves up a bowl of food -the
Crestview running back Reggie Speights Friday afternoon
during the Bulldogs' pregame meal.
Five jailed in meth bust
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Members of the Okaloosa County Multi-Agency Drug Task Force sort through chemicals taken as evidence Thursday afternoon in front of a home at 303 Green
Oak Dr. in Crestview. Five people were taken into custody and charged with trafficking in Methamphetamine over 200 grams, trafficking in Ephedrine over 14
grams, and conspiracy to traffic in Methamphetamine. All are being held in the Okaloosa County jail.
Over 200 grams were found in home near John King Road
S Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
What began as an attempt by
Okaloosa County Sheriff deputies to
apprehend a fugitive wanted in
Alabama ended with the discovery of
a clandestine methamphetamine lab
and the arrest of one Baker and four
The incident occurred early
Thursday morning at 303 Green Oak
Drive, a usually quiet neighborhood
off John King Road.
Taken into custody during a raid by
the Okaloosa County Multi-Agency
Drug Task Force were Scott Brandon
Rowell, 19, Baker, Gregory Alien Totty,
42, Crestview, John Sherman Rakas, 31,
Crestview, Cheryl Allen Wilson, 39,
Crestview, and Dianna Michelle Craig,
city to ask for land
Medical Center .....
"By the looks of what we found
inside the residence, it appears that
they had been cooking up the base of
the drug and then stock piling it in
these 12 ounce water bottles," said an
unidentified task force member.
"Probably so that if someone
called wanting some they could finish
the cook and have it ready in a short
amount of time."
Dressed in eerie white full body
protective chemical suits and gas
masks, the task force spent more than
eight hours collecting and processing
evidence at the house.
Neighbors who lived in the area
were surprised when they woke up to
find Green Oak Drive closed off with
yellow crime scene tape.
"Who would have thought this was
of the Order of
Purple Heart holds
cookout and is
members to join its
across the street from my house," said
an unsuspecting David Mangold.
A retired Crestview High School
teacher, Mangold said he noticed peo-
ple coming and going from the house
often, but didn't think much of it.
"It really just reinforces the fact
that nowadays people need to be more
observant of what goes on in their
neighborhoods," Mangold said.
All morning in the bright sun and
heat, box after box of evidence was
carried by task force members from the
house to a large white tent that
deputies had erected in the middle of
Green Oak Road.
Under the tent was a long table
where lawmen trained to handle the
highly toxic items carefully sifted
through the collection of meth manu-
schools square off
against each other
to open up county
Dozens of 12-ounce water bottles
filled to the top with a liquified com-
ponent of the illegal drug had to be
tested for authenticity. One by one
each bottle was placed on the table and
One of the task force members gen-
tly held up a bottle in the sunlight for
me to see.
"You see where the liquid begins to
separate near the bottom of the bottle,"
he pointed to a spot about two-thirds
from the top. "That's where the base of
the drug is."
Numerous empty boxes of the cold
medicine Sudafed and Actifed were
piling up along side the table. Gallon
containers of acetate, iodine and many
other deadly chemicals used to brew
See BUST, page 3
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* Forecasters predict the
storm could make landfall
locally later within the next
couple of days.
S Cal Zethmayr
Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County may have a date
late this weekend with Hurricane
Katrina, or it is possible Katrina may
head for landfall in Louisiana or Texas.
Dino Vallani, Director of Public
Safety for Okaloosa County asked the
County Commissioners to issue a dec-
laration of a state of emergency at a
special meeting at the Okaloosa
County Emergency Management
offices Friday afternoon.
"We have to prepare for the worst,"
The Commisioners have begun pro-
cedures for evacuation. Voluntary
evacuation begins at noon Saturday
with mandatory evacuation starting at
6am Sunday. Evacuation orders
include all coastal areas surrounding
U.S. Highway 98 and near
Choctawhatchee Bay, all barrier
islands, trailer parks, campgrounds
and flood-prone areas. This of course
means increased traffic in North
Okaloosa County has south county res-
idents and vacationers head north.
Antioch Elementary School and
Davidsion Middle School in Crestview
will open as shelters at 6am Sunday
with Special Needs evacuees being
sheltered at Davidson.
During a statewide conference call
late monitored at the Okaloosa EOC
Friday afternoon, the National
Hurricane Center spokesman said that
all of the models were beginning to
project a path farther west for
Hurricane Katrina, but there are major
high pressure areas to the western part
of the country that could change those
projections by sometime Saturday.
Randy McDaniel, Manager of
Emergency Operations for Okaloosa
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Beware of unlicensed entity
selling homeowners insurance
TALLAHASSEE On July 27
The Florida Department of
Financial Services warned that it
has received reports of an unli-
censed entity selling bogus
homeowners insurance in
Global Insurance Group,
headquartered in Aventura, Fla.,
has been aggressively advertis-
ing that it offers the lowest
windstorm insurance rates in
When asked about its licens-
ing status, a company represen-
tative reported that it sells cover-
age through a company named
Global Property and Casualty
Insurance. Neither entity is
either licensed or authorized to
sell insurance in Florida.
"Floridians need to be on
guard against this kind of activi-
Opteum Financial Services holds ribbon cutting
ty," said Florida's chief financial
officer, Tom Gallagher. "Last
year's hurricanes taught us how
devastating and expensive prop-
erty losses can be. It is critical
for Floridians to make sure an
insurance company is licensed."
If a licensed insurer becomes
insolvent, all outstanding poli-
cyholder claims will be paid
through the state guarantee
fund. However, if a company is
not authorized, any losses sus-
tained cannot be recovered from
To check on the license status
of a company or agent, con-
sumers should visit
www.fldfs.com and click on
"Verify Before You Buy," or call
the Department of Financial
Services' Helpline at 1-800-342-
Pelican Real Estate to
build new Crestview office
Planning is underway at
Pelican Real Estate &
Development Co., Inc. for a
new Crestview Branch office to
be built directly in front of the
current location at 5210 South
Ferdon Blvd. on Crestview's
South. end of town. The new
two-story structure will be clos-
er to the highway (85 South)
and offer approx. 8000 S.F. of
The existing office, which
opened back in Aug. 2002, will
be demolished and that area
utilized for parking.
. Broker/Owner William H.
Smith established Pelican Real
Estate & Development Co., Inc.
in 1996. With his vision,
resourcefulness, and leader-
ship, Mr. Smith has created the
largest locally owned Real
Estate Company to serve the
Emerald Coast area. In 2004,
Pelican Real Estate achieved
over 1 billion in total sales. That
figure is worth repeating: over
$1 billion in sales, in one year,
by one local company.
As a full-service company,
with over 10 main office loca-
tions, and several smaller
offices throughout the Gulf
Coast, Pelican Real Estate has
more than 200 experienced and
dedicated agents who offer
their customers and clients,
professional realty services, as
well as continued service after
With incredible multi-office
teamwork and a strong sense of
loyalty and responsibility to
their customers & clients, the
personnel at Pelican Real Estate
continue to lead the Emerald
Coast with strength and contin-
ue to offer the best in Pre-
Construction, Residential, and
on the Gulf Coast.
Ground breaking for the
future Crestview office slated
for late August or early
ERA American Realty pro named
top producer for July in Crestview
Leading local real estate sales in service and advice for the
associate Pauline Lambert has homebuyers and sellers she
been recognized as the top pro- works with," said Sandi Sears,
ducer for July at ERA American sales manager, "and this is
Realty in Crestview. reflected by being the best in-our
"Pauine striveto'e the best office'rariings." I.: /'; .r
Veteran-Owned Businesses: Any Benefits? Aug. 27 in Building 1, Room
126 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There is a $15 fee for the workshop, which will
define requirements and federal contracting benefits. To preregister call (850)
Florida DOR Sales Tax Workshop: Aug. 23, 6:00 8:30 p.m. at the
OWC/UWF FWB Campus, Bldg. 1, Room 126. This workshop will cover sales
and use tax, tangible/intangible tax, unemployment tax and frequently asked
questions. This workshop is Free. To pre-register, please call 833-9400.
UWF's Starting a Business on September 1st from 6:00 9:00 p.m. at the
OWC/UWF FWB Campus, Bldg. 1, Room 126.
There is a $20.00 fee for this workshop and pre-registration is encouraged
due to limited space. For more information about the workshop or facilities for
the handicapped, please call 833-9400.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) through the Farm Service
Agency (FSA) makes farm ownership/operating loans to qualified socially dis-
advantaged applicants, including but not limited to women, African-Americans,
American Indians, Alaskan natives, and Asian and Pacific Islanders. For more
information, contact Wayne Davis at (850) 682-2416 or leave a message with
your county FSA office.
Crestview Referral Source
Would you like more customers, but don't know where to find them?
Crestview Referral Source (CRS) is here to help. CRS members meet every first
and third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 a.m. at the Tropical Palm Restaurant in
Crestview. To learn more, Call Stacy at 682-0791, or Phil art217-5526, to get
information about the next meeting.
Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP)
Farmers, ranchers and other can receive financial assistance to improve their
water quality and reduce soil erosion through the application of conservation
practices developed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
Practices designed to assist landowners in reducing soil erosion and protect wet-
lands through conservation tillage, vegetative practices, structural practices,
cross fencing, wells, pipelines, and watering facilities are available. If you
would like to sign-up for assistance come by the NRCS field office of the FSA
office at 938 N. Ferdon Blvd., in Crestview.
In order to qualify for the Environmental Quality Incentive Program, you
must have a minimum of $1000 or more agriculture products produced and sold,
or that normally would have been sold for two of the last five years, or provide
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Schedule F Profit or Loss form.
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are created friendships are cher-
ished, and families are connect- Opteum loan officer and mortgage specialist Laresa Lewis accepts a plaque and bag of
ed." goodies from chamber president Craig Shaw.
City of Crestview
8/10: J.D. Wingard 197 Main St., Re-
roof shingles/storm damage, Lewis
Delany & Assoc. #32,000. First National
Bank 302 Wilson St, Re-roof singles
storm damage, by Lewis Delany & Assoc.
$44,000. Mathew 7 Cynthia H. 134
Chessher Court, new single family Res.,
by Holt Development $125,000.
8/11: Genia Perez 226 Seneca Trail,
install irrigation system by Jerry
Dunkin$2,300., Charles Ennis & Robe
414 Brookmeade Dr. New Comm HVC
supply, by Russell construction
8/12: Bonnie Ditto 917 Maracel loop,
re-roof, single storm damage, by Terry
Sowell Roofing $ 9,260.,First
Presbyterian Church 492 Maracel Loop,
re-roof, singles/ storm damage, by Terry
Sowell $5,122. Kathleen A. Hawkins 610
Jones Rd. re-roof shingles storm dam-
age, by owner, $1,600. Shiloh
Development, New single family town
homes by Southern Remodeling
$400,000. Shiloh Development, New sin-
gle family town homes, by Southern
8/15: Tricia Davis 414 Windrift Court,
install 6' wood privacy fence, by AAA
Economy Fence, $4,000.,
8/16 Hank Bass 111 Camellia Place,
re place heat pump (3 ton) by owner,
$1,200. Linda Murphy 718 Majestic
Prince Ct. install in ground pool, by Wilks
PlPqls,!ie.n $4 8500.,- Russell, Byers 151
Brock Ave, enclose wall & add on., by
owner,"$14;030. J.W Horres Inc. 1310"
Texas Pkwy, new single family res. J.W.
8/17: Tracy Alexander 358 E Bowers,
install 6' privacy fence by Charles Fence
$1,996., George Momenpour 1850
Ferdon Blvd. New Com. Restaurant, by
Fredco Construction $464,000. Wayne &
Klare Fox 1113 Northview Dr. pour patio
slab, by Gamble Construction, $8,500.,
Sonia Kasabian 1434 N. pearl St., add
transfer switch, by Casey Electric
$1,624., Randy Stinson 363 Riverchase
Blvd., add transfer switch $915.00 Hub
City Ford 4060 S. Ferdon Blvd., replace
2.5 ton air conditioner., by Casey Electric,
8/10: Cornerstone Construction &
Development, 4626 & 4628 Bobolink
Way, Crestview. Mechanical by Oglesby
Heating & A/C. Adams Timber Co. 855 N:
Ferdon Blvd. Crestview. re-roof by Home
Owner. Watree Construction & Land 735
& 737 E Robinson Ave. Crestview. plumb-
ing, by skips Plumbing & Repair Service.
Okaloosa Comm. Development Corp.
4609 & 4615 Bobolink Way Crestview.
electric by Gaskin Electric. Jeremy
Stewart Construction 5978 Buck Ward
Rd. Baker, electric, by Gaskin Electric.
Louis Jr. & Rocio Gallina 4714 Young Rd,
Crestview. pool enclosure by Aluminum
Additions. Adams Homes 2109 Hagood
Loop Crestview. mechanical by John
Boutwell. Timberline Homes Mount Olive
Rd. Crestview. single family dwelling, by
Asper Inc. Daoud Khader 5130 Lake Dr.
Crestview. single family dwelling, by TCB
Builders. TCB Builders 5132 Lake Dr.
Crestview. single family dwelling, by
Home Owner. David R. Smith
Development 5048 Poinsettia Ave.
Crestview. single family dwelling, by
Home Owner. Vernon Kooser 2621 Sorrel
Ridge Rd. Crestview. single family
dwelling, by Home Owner. Adams Homes
2142 HagoocLLooj.Crostuiew mechani-
cal, by John Boutwell. Dolores Burgess
5815 Ester Terrace- C'i.i..i;... re-roof, by
R.L. Campbei' cooling Co Jerrigan &
Jones Ent. 2768 Keats Dr. Crestview.
plumbing, by J & M Plumbing. Gregory &
Terry Englebright 145 Wedgewood Lane
Crestview. detached garage/ all carports,
by Do It Yourself Screen Co. David &
Carolyn McMillan 5301 Hare St. Lot 4
Crestview. electrical, by The Buyers
Advan. Finance Co. mechanical, by
Advantage Air. Eglin Federal Credit Union
1127 Industrial Dr. Crestview. plumbing,
by Professional Plumbing. Bryan & Nancy
Hatton 5806 Frances St. Crestview. elec-
trical, by Hatton Electrical.
8/11: Brad & Judy Cartz 109 Oakcrest
Dr., Crestview. pool, by Vaughn's INC.
BCC Airport 5549 John Givens Rd.
Crestview. electrical, by Williams Electric
CO. James & Elinor Sherron 104 Pointer
Lane Crestview. window change out, by
Sears Home Improvement Products.
David Reece 6010 Stroehl Lane
Crestview. window change out by Sears
Home Improvement Products. Kenneth
Griest Clint Mason Rd. Crestview. mobile
home unit, by Barlow BJS Johnson M H
Installers. Joseph Albert & Pinto
Masterson 2828 Pearl Orchard Blvd.
Crestview. electric, by Joe Ritchie
Electric. Jack Patten Jr. 4969 Antioch Rd.
Crestview. mobile home unit, by Carter M
H Movers, plumbing. Alex Thompson
6269 Lake Ella Rd. Crestview. mobile
home unit, by Bryan M H Movers.
Diversified Twenty L.C. 2481 Bell Ridge
Dr. Crestview. plumbing by Crestview
Plumbing Co. Dallas Jr. & Krisin Reddick
6016 Dorchester Place Crestview. single
family dwelling, by Mike Josey
Construction Diane & Thomas Coil Yellow
Bluff Rd. Crestview. single family
dwelling, by JW Homes. Gamble
Construction 1989 Hedden Springs Dr.
Baker, single family dwelling, by Home
Owner. Bernard Harris & TI Roberts 3883
Golden Acres Circle Crestview. gas, by
Amerigas. Sallie Austin, 7051 Eadie
Cotton Rd. Baker, gas, by Amerigas. Jack
Patten Jr. 4969 Antioch Rd. Crestview.
mechanical, electrical, by home owner.
8/12: Key Lime Homes 4606 Chanan
Dr. Crestview. burglar/fire alarm, by A to Z
Locka,,qa;f, .Alex Thomppson 6269)Ja1e
Ella. Rd. Crestview. electrical; plumbing,:,
by home owner. James & Tammny Kaim
2836 TAmiaini Trail Crestview. re rool, by'
home owner. Timothy & Kimberly
Freeman, McCauley Rd. Baker, garage
all carports, by home owner, single family
dwelling, electric, plumbing, mechanical,
gas. Aerospace Integration Corp. 5563
John Givens Rd. Crestview. plumbing, by
Mechanical Fire Protection: Emmett Jr. &
P.C. McMillon 532 Mount Olive Rd.
Crestview. electrical, by Gaskin Electric.
Robert & Peggy Bender 21 Dabney Ct.
Crestview. mechanical, by American
Residential Services. Brian & Celeste
Mott 427 John King Rd, Crestview.
mechanical, by American Residential
Services. TCB Builders 2948 Chantry
Circle Crestview. mechanical, by Gordon
A/C Associates. Eric Lindberg 6325
Havenmist Lane Crestview. detached
garage/all carports, by All Florida Fence &
Deck. 3-D Construction 3248 & 3244
Twilight Dr. Crestview. electrical, mechan-
ical, by King Electric.
8/15 John & Karin Hendrix 3282 Andy
Lane Crestview. gas, by Zachary's Gas
Services. Brenda and Jerry Baker 5462
Griffith Mill Rd. Baker, gas by Zachary's
Gas Services. Dale Rice Jr. 5832
Buckskin Ct. Crestview. gas by Zachary's
Gas Services. The H.LO.T. Family Ltd. P,
1100 &1152 Blackberry Circle Holt, pool,
by Pools Plus. Steven & Cynthia Moore
4599 Top Flight Dr., electrical, by White
Sands Electric. Cornerstone Construction
& Development 5180 Quince Ave.
Crestview. plumbing, by A-1 Plumbing.
Campbell Construction & Development
6458 Moon light Lane Crestview. plumb-
ing, by Faith Mechanical.
8/16: Okaloosa County Board 5581
Fairchild Rd. Crestview. Commercial
Accessory Structures. A & S Construction
& Dev. 901-905 Shoal River Dr.
Crestview. irrigation, by Beachside
Irrigation Service. TCB Builders 5132
Lake Dr. Crestview. plumbing, by
Grandstaff Plumbing & Gas. Howard &
Michelle Leavins 6589 Old River Rd.
Baker, plumbing, by H & B plumbing.
Donald Courtney, Martin Mill Rd., Baker.
electrical, by home owner. David R. Smith
4645 Falcon Way Crestview. plumbing, by
Skip?,L bjgnbg jAkF ir, LJe yrvjcg, Raypa
R. Smith 50e48Poinsettia Ave- Crestvew.
plumbing, by Skip's Flumong'& Hspair
Service M`drk- & Elie 'Christiarise'I
Griffith Rd. Baker, plumbing, by CJ's
Mobile Home Services, mobile home unit.
Geraldine Brown 2823 Mohican Way
Crestview. re-roof West Coast Metal
Roofing & Construction. Westerheim
Homes 3509 Shirey Ct. Crestview. plumb-
ing, by Amore Plumbing Co. Carol Ries
1265 Jeffery Scott Dr. Crestview.
mechanical, by American Res. Services.
Virgil Henley, Randi Rd, Crestview. single
family dwelling, by Henley Concrete &
Masonry. Sandra Miller Haybam Rd. Holt,
mobile home unit, by Herring
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2005
CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
School Board asks city for land behind hospital
News Bulletin Reporter
The Okaloosa school district
is in the middle of preparing
their 10-15 year student growth
Chief Officer of Education
Support Tommy Kranz
addressed the Crestview City
Council Monday night, asking
them to consider working with
the school district on 17.92 acres
of land the city owns behind the
North Okaloosa Medical Center.
The school district
announced plans for a new
Southside Elementary last year.
They had hoped a deal for land
to build the school could be
worked out with DR Horton, a
company developing land at the
end of Okaloosa Lane near 1-10.
Those plans fell through.
"We face an enormous chal-
MEAL, from page 1
lenge ahead in finding class-
rooms needed for the future,"
said Kranz. "In the north county
alone the school district needs to
add 55 additional classrooms."
Kranz went on to explain
that those figures did not take
into consideration BRAC or pro-
posed changes in base housing.
School district analysis indi-
cates that the north county is
experiencing an annual growth
rate of about 1.20- percent.
According to Kranz, this
.growth, along with the recent
class size amendment approved
by the citizens of Florida, puts
the school district in the position
of needing 176 additional class-
rooms over the next 1-3 years.
"One of the biggest hurdles
that the school district faces in
building the classrooms is find-
ing suitable and affordable
pieces of property to build
schools on in the areas that fits
the needs," Kranz said.
He told the council that
Southside Elementary is in the
greatest need of classrooms. It
has 25, and needs 44. There is
not sufficient land where the
school is now to expand that
facility to meet those needs.
"If you look at the enrollment
of Southside Elementary, a large
number of those students come
from south of 1-10 and west of
Highway 85," said Kranz. "So
having the adequate piece of
property in a location that best
fits the needs of replacing
Southside Elementary is critical
to our entire plan."
Councilman Wells asked
Kranz what type of time frame
that the school board was look-
ing for and he replied,
Councilwoman Parker want-
ed to know if the district already
had the funding in place 'to
begin construction of a new ele-
Kranz said that the basic
design for the school had
already been approved, funding
was not an issue, and that con-
struction could begin within 3
He finished by saying, "We
are here before you tonight not
asking for any specific action by
the city council. What we would
like you to do is consider our
interest in exploring the day pit
behind the hospital. That loca-
tion would be ideal for us to put
a replacement school for
Some council members
showed interest in whether the
school district would build a
gymnasium and athletic fields at
the site that the city could share.
Kranz said traditional sporting
complexes and large gymnasi-
ums and were not part of an ele-
Crestview mayor George
Whitehurst expressed his con-
cern with the land being used
for a school.
"I realize the school district's
position and I'm all for a new
school," said Whitehurst. "But I
think that if we're going to do
anything with that valuable
piece of land that it should stay
on the city's tax roll, and the
school would not be taxable."
Whitehurst said that he believed
the property to be worth well
over $1 million. "We need to
have it appraised before we do
anything," added Whitehurst.
Wells said he is not opposed
to selling the land. "We need to
look it very carefully," said
Wells. "The city needs the rev-
enue, not just from the sale of
the land, but the annual tax rev-
enue is something that has to be
considered with the city's cur-
rent financial situation and our
Southside is not the only
Crestview area school with
Elementary and Bob Sikes
Elementary are in the expansion
Antioch Elementary is con-
structing 10 additional class-
rooms, and though those rooms
will be ready by the 2006-2007
school year, growth projections
indicate that Antioch will be at
capacity by the time the con-
struction is completed.
"The district's future plans
for the existing Southside build-
ing unknown at this time," said
they served, because it was all
Mary Jo Woodruff is the
ROC's kitchen curator, and the
Bulldogs' Friday afternoon
mom. The players respect her
and she makes it a habit to stroll
around the tables wishing the
players well for the big game
"I love these kids," smiled
Woodruff. "It's always sad to see
them leave at the end of the sea-
Woodruff said that she had
no idea when this dinner began
four years ago that it would gain
so much support from the com-
munity and draw it closer
Each week a different church
or organization sponsors the
lunch, which averages around
$400 to provide. Usually mem-
bers of that organization will
come and help serve the athletes
The menu varies each week.
Friday the team was served
homemade spaghetti, garden
salad and garlic bread.
"We'll have barbecue, chick-
en tenders, and one of my
favorites, beef tips and rice,"
Woodruff said. "I don't care
what people say about teenagers
today. These young men are the
most polite and well mannered
Central Baptist Associate
Pastor Derreck Boring joined the
church just six months ago, so
this is his first year as a Bulldog
"Oh yeah, one of the first
things I was told about when I
came to serve at this church was
Bulldog football," laughed
Boring. "What a great ministry
this is for the church. It's impor-
tant for us to let these young
men know how important they
are as a part of community."
Boring went on to say that he
was proud to become a part of
the Bulldog tradition.
"Traditions are great.
Especially one like this that
allow us to go outside these four
walls and reach out into the
community and minister to our
KATRINA, from page 1
County said, "the recipe is there
for a very strong storm."
The Citizens Information
Line will be available beginning
at 8am Sunday at 651-7560., No
decisions have been made as of
late Friday regarding Okaloosa
County Schools or County
WAAZ-FM 104.7 and WJSB-
AM 1050 will provide extensive
news coverage all weekend and
will begin broadcasting live
reports from the Okaloosa
County Emergency Operations
Center Sunday afternoon.
WAAZ-FM will stay on the air
throughout Sunday night if
Hurricane Katrina does head
Cal Zethmayr is a radio broad-
caster with WAAZ-FM and WJSB-
AM in Crestview.
funds for MDA
Special to;the News
On Sept. 3, the members of
".the Crestview Professional
Fire Fighters Association will
:.fill their boots with donations
to benefit the Muscular
'D':Dystrophy Association and
7erry's Kids. The group of
firefighters will be at the
iji.tersection of Hwy. 85 and.
Hy. 90 froinm 9 a;m. tunh 2'.
.p.m. As MDA's national
S-s ronsor for 51 years, firefight-
.ers. will collect donations
j.from passing customers at
;.yatious local intersections.
', The Crestview
i'Professional Fire Fighters
'. Assodation has participated
'. 'MDA's "Fill the Boot" cam-
Spaign for two years. Last year,
,.-they collected $1,500.
SThis year, Crestview has
r,".ised their expectations and
?i,,.thleir godl even higher ,pt
''-Professional fire fighters
are MDA's largest sponsor in
Florida, having raised $1.3
million in 2004 despite the
ravaging effects of four hurri-
These heroes rank No. 2 in.
the nation behind Texas file
fighters for their MDA fund
The funds they raise give
MDWA the means to continue
providing direct services to
children and adults with neu-
?68kscular -diseasds in
with anyone of the 43 neuro-
muscular diseases covered by
MDA can visit ,the
Neurological Clinic in
Tallahagsee at no cost. The
"organization also provides a
summer camp tailored to the
needs of children ages 6-21
with neuromuscular disease.
For more information
abqut the "Fill the Boot",aam-
paign or MDA, contact.
Melissa D'Aurio at the
Tallahassee District Officet t
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Tim Bryant, Crestview Rotarian Chapter president, greets literacy advocates Lisa Nelson and Debbie Layton, from the Wee Read pro-
gram in Pensacola, who spoke to the local club on Wednesday
Rotarians discuss literacy issues over lunch
Literacy was the topic of dis-
cussion at Wednesday's
Lisa Nelson and Debbie
Layton, teachers with the litera-
cy program Wee Read, in
Escambia. County, visited the
BUST, from page 1
the drug were set aside and
logged in as evidence.
"These are the strikers off
hundreds of boxes of matches
used in the making the drug,"
the task force member contin-
ued to explain, as he held out a
large cardboard box for me to
"This is the coffee filter and
jar that they used to filter off the
red phosphorous after they
cooked the strikers."
By noon the road in front of
Rotarians and talked about their
"This is much more than a
job," said Layton. "We work 'sb'
closely with each family.
Wee Read is a public/private
partnership between the
Escambia County Titile One pro-
gram, civic groups like the
Rotarians and private business-
the house resembled a bad yard
sale. All of the stained equip-
ment used to manufacture the
drug was lined down the street
on display. Everything from
modified 15-gallon plastic pool
chemical containers to a
microwave oven, hot plate, vari-
ous shaped glass bottles and jars
of every size, and dozens of con-
tainers of the many common
household items used to make
the drug were present.
"You know, they had small
"1e Rotarians, have been,a,,, The project's, ain focus is on
great help, not only with, .Jheir,, staff,development for childcare
financial generosity, but many of workers, serving children in
them are reading mentors, too." low-income areas, and helping
Layton explained how improve their school readiness.
Rotarians in Escambia County In 2004 the program distrib-
have provided more than uted more than 2,411 books to
$52,000 over the past four years children in low-income fami-
for training materials and sup- lies.
children in that house," yelled
one the locals as she gazed over
the crime scene tape at what was
happening under the tent.
"I would see one of the
young boys driving a. four
wheeler around all the time,"
said another neighbor that
pleaded not to be identified. "I
do not want my name in the
paper or my picture on TV." She
continued, "These kind of peo-
ple that do this stuff are crazy."
Over 200 grams of the
methamphetamine were taken
from the house. All five sus-
pects were charged with traf-
ficking in Methamphetamine
over 200 grams, trafficking in
Ephedrine over 14 grams, and
conspiracy to traffic in
According to the sheriff's
arrest report Totty was the only
employed suspect. He was list-
ed on the report as a technician
at the Precision Tune in Fort
Crestlie News The Crestview News Bulletin
B ullU eti 295 W. James Lee Blvd.,Crestview, FL 3236
U Phone: (850) 682-6524 Fax: (850) 682-2246'
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Three suspects arrested at a home during a Methamphetamines lab bust at 303 Green Oak Drive in Crestview sit against a car in the
front yard under the watchful eye of law enforcement officers Thursday afternoon awaiting transportation to the county jail. From left
are Brandon Scott Rowell, 19, of Baker, Dianna Michelle Craig, 31, of Crestview and Cheryl Ann Wilson, 39, of Crestview. Two others
- Gregory Alan Totty, 42, of Crestview, and John Sherman Rakas, 31, of Crestview were already transported to the jail.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2005
CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
My wife's uncle died last
week at age 83. He was a preach-
er who had been pastor of some
great churches in California. He
spent the last 20 or so years trav-
eling and speaking in churches
on behalf of scripture memoriza-
He did not believe in preach-
er retirement. Many preachers
have this same feeling. A minis-
ter may come home from the
mission field. He may retire
from the pastorate or some other
specific ministry, but seldom do
Serve the Lord while you ca
I' As long as
listen, and as
long as their
mits, they will preach. The
amazing thing about Ken
Bolinger was that he had polio
at age five and had, since then,
never been able to walk without
a brace, and, even with the
brace, he walked very slowly
and with a limp. He was in con-
stant pain after some 120 opera-
tions. Yet, he preached up to a.
month ago, many times twice on
Sunday, up to the day when he
fell and broke his leg. He just
never quit. He reminded me of
the Apostle Paul who said, in I
Corinthians 9:16, "... Necessity is
laid upon me; yea, woe is unto
me, if I preach not the gospel!"
One of our own, the late
Nolan Lee, preached continu-
ously around Crestview, way
beyond the normal retirement
age. He preached in pulpits, and
he preached over the radio. Here
was another one who just didn't
quit. Here was another one who
heeded Ecclesiastes 9:10:
"Whatever your hand finds to
do, do it with all your might; for
there is no work, nor plan, nor
knowledge, nor wisdom, in the
grave where you go." (MKJV)
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
was a preacher in London over a
hundred years ago. He started
preaching at age 16 and contin-
ued more than 40 years. He had
gout, in a day when little but
rest could be done about it. The
malady brought him low on
many occasions, but the man's
work for the Lord was prolific-
building the largest evangelical
church in the world, preaching
at least four times a week, start-
ing and maintaining orphanages
that took care of hundreds of
children, publishing a written
sermon every week that went all
over the world for 40 years,
counseling hundreds every year,
and founding a school for
preachers. He used to say to his
young trainees at his pastors'
school, "Work hard, drive your-
self to serve the Lord while you
can. The day may come, sooner
than you might realize, when
you will not be able to serve him
as you can now." These words
proved to be prophetic as he
died at age fifty-seven.
n Yet, he crammed into
those 41 years of ministry
more service to the Lord
than two or three average
He was stopped from preach-
ing in his pulpit for weeks at a
time during the last gout-
plagued years of his life. Yet, he
didn't stop serving. He just
shifted gears, as he recuperated,
often during times in France's
drier climate. He wrote books.
He wrote encouraging letters.
He prayed. He lifted the spirits
of visitors. That was my wife's
uncle. His wife said that in the
last days he would come in and
out of consciousness. When he
was conscious, he witnessed to
anyone that was in the room
about the saving power of the
Lord Jesus Christ. This is what
we need in the Christian world,
not flashes in the pan but faith-
ful people to the end. Uncle Ken
said that he prayed for our fam-
ily every day. I will miss the
power of those prayers, but I
will always remember the zeal,
earnestness, conviction, devo-
tion, faithfulness, and commit-
ment to preach the message of
Jesus Christ that he had to the
To all Christians reading this,
I urge you to be faithful to the
end. Serve the Lord while you
can. Leave a great Christian
legacy. Leave other Christians
behind that want to be like you.
Make the Devil tremble at the
sound of your name. May he
have an impossible job of trying
to stamp out your influence
after you are gone. May it be
said of you, as was said of faith-
ful Abel, "He being dead yet
speaketh" (Hebrews 11:4c).
Mark D. McClard is the direc-
tor of Cornerstone Ministries
Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 5 PM on
the Thursdays prior to publication.
Apostolic Life Tabernacle and
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially invite
you to worship with them Sunday
Worship, 10:00 AM, 6:00 PM.
Wednesday Worship 7:00 PM. Men,
Ladies and Youth Activities. Located
Hwy. 90W. 1 mile from city limit sign
turn left onto Shoffner Blvd. then left on
Pinewood to 3136 Pinewood Dr.,
Crestview. For more information call the
church at 689-2422.
Hester Cornerstone Ministries is
located at 1599 Hester Church Road in
Baker. New Pastor Bro. Scott
Anderson. Sunday services 2 p.m.
Sunday School, 3 p.m. worship. Bible
Study Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; prayer meeting
Thursday at 7 p.m. Call 682-5367 for
Campton Assembly of God Church
is located at 6924 Hwy 85 North in
The Sunday service is at 10:30 AM
Youth services are on Wednesdays at
6:30 PM Adult Bible Study is also on
Wednesday at 6:30 PM.
For more information call the church
at 652-4581 or Pastor Kelly at 423-0375.
First Assembly of God: 400 S.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. 8:30 AM early
morning worship, 10 AM Sunday School;
11 AM morning worship; ad a 6 PM
Wednesday Family Night begins at 7
PM with Royal Rangers and Missionettes
for children ages 3-12, and X-treme
Youth for children ages 12-18.
Transportation is available for those
with special needs. Call the church at
682-3518 if you would like a ride to the
11 a.m. service.
North Central Assembly of God: at
158 Woodlawn Drive in Crestview.
Sunday services Sunday School at 10
a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m.,
evening worship at 6 p.m. Wednesday
Bible study at 7 p.m. on "Vital Themes of
Shady Grove Assembly of God:
Sunday services begin at 9:45 AM with
Sunday School, followed by 10:45 AM
and 6 PM worship services. Wednesday
services begin at 7 PM with Family
Night: Adult Bible Study, Missionettes,
and Royal Rangers. Shady Grove is
located at 1189 Shady Grove Church
Road in Baker, just off Hwy. 189.
Welcome Assembly of God located
on Hwy. 393 in the Dorcas community,
invites you to join them for Sunday ser-
vices including Sunday School at 9:45
AM and worship services at 10:45 and 6
Women's and men's ministries meet
2nd and 4th Thursdays, with a 6 PM
meal. Call 682-1683 if you need direc-
Beaver Creek BC services: Beaver
Creek Baptist Church, located six miles
West of Baker, has Sunday School at
10:00 AM, morning worship at 11:00
AM, and Children's Church at 11:15 AM.
Calvary Baptist Church: 612 E.
Chestnut Ave., Crestview. Pastor: Rev.
Rhett Everage. Sunday services 8:45
a.m. continental breakfast;.9:30 a.m.
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. morning wor-
ship; 11 a.m. youth worship; 6 p.m.
evening service. Wednesday prayer meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m. Nursery provided for
children 5 and under.
Central Baptist Church: Robert G.
Cates, Pastor. Located at 951 S. Ferdon
Blvd., Crestview across from The Ivy
Leaf Florist. Sunday services include
9:15 a.m. fellowship and prayer; 9:30
a.m. Bible study; 10:30 a.m. morning
worship; 5:30 p.m. evening worship.
Men's fellowship and prayer is on
Tuesday. Wednesday at 6 p.m. is the Hour
of Power for adults, and POWERHOUSE
Emmanuel Baptist Church is locat-
ed at 3252 East James Lee Blvd. in
Celebrations services: Saturday at 6
PM; Sunday at 8 AM and 10 AM; Sunday
evening celebrations from 5:30 to 7:30
PM Wednesday from 6:14 to 7:44 PM
Sign language is available during the 10
AM service. Emmanuel's Teaching
Pastor is Mark Seagle. The church email
address is email@example.com.
Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
Carver Avenue, Crestview. Rev.
Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday Services
- 9:30 AM Sunday School, 11 AM morn-
ing worship, and at 5 p.m. every 1st
Sunday is the Hour of Power. Wednesday
Bible Study and prayer is at 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Crestview:
798 N. Pearl Street (across Hwy. 90 from
courthouse, behind Burger King. Pastor
Alan Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
Sunday services 8:45 Welcome
Center opens/9:00 Sunday School/10:30
morning worship, children's worship/
4:00 Student Leadership; Youth Choir /
5:0o0 Youth discipleship; Youth
Ensemble; Ladies Men, Children d
Preschool Bible Studies; Book Club/ 6
PM evening worship.
Wednesday: 9:00 Media Center
opens/3:00 Youth Activities/5:30
Children's Book Club/6:00 Youth
Lighthouse/6:30 Prayer Meeting;
Children's and Preschool Bible Studies.
First Baptist Church of Holt: 532
Hwy 90 West, PO Box 38, Holt, FL.
32564. Phone 537-6170. Pastor David
Sunday services: 9 AM Small Group
Bible Study. 10:15 AM Praise and
Worship Service. 6 PM Evening Praise
and Worship Service.
Wednesday activities: 6 8 p.m.
Summer Kids Club and Body Builders
for Youth; 7-8 p.m. Adult prayer time.
Live Oak Baptist Church, located
off Hwy. 85 South near Shoal River
Country Club. Rev. Bill White.
Regular Sunday services are Bible
study at 9:45 AM, morning worship ser-
vice at 11 AM. An additional Bible study
class is at 5 PM, followed by evening
worship at 6 PM
On Wednesday at 6:45 PM are Adult
Discipleship Training and Preschool
through Youth Mission organizations.
For more information on other ministries,
please call 682-5160.
Living Faith Baptist Church: 837
West James Lee Blvd., Crestview. Pastor
Chaplain David Pettis. Sunday services -
Sunday School 10 AM and worship at 11
AM Discipleship Training 6 PM, and
evening worship 7 PM Children's Church
Sunday morning. Phone 682-4371.
Magnolia Baptist Church: Located
at 3198 Hwy 602, Laurel Hill. Pastor Roy
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Sunday
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. with chil-
dren's church for 3-5 and nursery for
Discipleship Training, with Adult and
Youth Studies, also Acteens, GA's and
RA's and Mission Friends at 5 p.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.. Wednesday
night Prayer Service at 6:30 p.m. For fur- you to attend their services, located at
their information, call 652-2900. 3191 North Newman Avenue in
New Life Missionary Baptist Crestview.
Church: Pastor Sanford Hayes. 285, Sunday services include Adult Bible
Duggan Ave., Crestview. Sunday School Study and Children's Church at 10 AM,
9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. on followed by Praise Hour at 11 AM
Sunday. Men and Women's Ministry at 6 Wednesday, a Family Stew/Study service
p.m. on Tuesday. Wednesday Prayer is held at 6 PM.
Service and Bible Study at 6:45 p.m. The church also has a radio ministry
Male choir practice at 7 p.m. on broadcast every Sunday at 7:05 AM on
Thursday. Monday youth choir practice WTJT, 90.1 FM. Call 689-8999 for more
at 6 p.m. Adult's choir practice at 7 p.m. information.
Valley Road Baptist Church: 1018 Church of the Resurrection: 66 8th
Valley Road, Crestview. Sunday School Street, Shalimar FL. The Rev. Canon
9:45 AM. Morning worship 11 AM. Michael G. Carr. Sunday services at 10
Discipleship Training 5 PM. Evening AM, morning prayer on 1st, 3rd, 5th; and
worship 6 PM. Wednesday activities, holy communion on 2nd and 4th
Youth Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 Sundays.
p.m. Choir practice 8 PM. Call 682-4513
for information. New Pastor Phillip Episcopal
Mark. Church of the Epiphany: Located at
Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist 424 Garden St, Crestview behind the
Church: 201 Cadle Dr., Crestview. Elder Teachers Credit Union.
Michael Green, Jr., Pastor. Sunday 10:30 Holy Eucharist. 9:30 a.m. Nursery is
AM and Wednesday 6 PM. Call 689- available. The first Sunday of the month
3383 for more information. Come wor- there will be a Potluck Brunch following
ship with us! the service. Episcopal Church Women
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church: 5595 meets the second Wed. at 12 p.m. in the
Hwy. 4 South, Baker, FL 32531-0341. parish hall. Epiphany Men's Group meets
Phone (850) 537-9221. FAX (850) 537- each Thursday at 8 a.m. at Cracker
6798. Pastor, Dr. Jerry Haley. Barrel. Altar Guild meets the third
Sunday services: Bible study 9:45 Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. for
AM, morning worship 11 AM brass cleaning.
Discipleship training 6 PM, evening wor- Interim Vicar is the Rev. George A.
ship 7 PM Wednesday night prayer Gilbert, Jr. Office hours are Tuesdays 9
groups and mission organizations, 7 PM a.m. 4 p.m. Call 689-1410 for more
Woodlawn Baptist located at 824 information. All are welcome.
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Pastor
Patrick Pfrimmer. Lutheran
Sunday School meets at 9 AM with First Lutheran Church of Florala:
morning worship at 10:30 AM. A service at 24512 5th Avenue (US 331) in Florala
,fqr the hearing, impaired is also offered ;,, pastorpdby Rev. Jack Betz. :30AM
on Sunday morning. Sunday evening scr- worship, on Sunday. Fellowship Hour
vice is at 6 PM, and the Youth Choir (10:30 AM) and Sunday school for all
meets at 5 PM. ages (11 AM) follow the service. Phone
Wednesday services are at 6:30 PM. (334) 858-8357. On Route 331 very near
Call the church at 682-2924 for informa- the Florida line in Florala, Ala. Call (334)
tion. 858-3515 for more specific directions.
Mary Martha Circle meets Thursday
Catholic at 10 a.m. ,
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Our Savior Lutheran Church: Our
Community: Address: 550 Adams Savior Lutheran Church is located at 178
Drive, Crestview. Telephone 682-4622. W. North Avenue in Crestview. Rev.
Minister: Fr. Steven "O'Connor, Pastor. Vance G. Tech. Sunday services include
Times for services: Monday, Tuesday, Sunday School for all ages at 9 a.m., and
Thursday, Friday 8 a.m. Wednesday 6 a traditional worship service with Holy
p.m. Saturday Vigil 5 p.m. Sunday Communion is every Sunday at 10:30
Masses at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. A.M. Choir meeting at 7 a.m.
Special events: Pastoral Council Meeting Wednesday. LWML meets every fourth
Sunday August 21 at 7 p.m. in the con- Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. Pastor
ference room. CCD Classes every Wed., Tech offers catechism classes every
from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at 9 a.m. and Thursday at 7
McDonald Street Church of
Christ: at 744 South McDonald Street in
Crestview, with Minister Bro. Henry
Herbert and Youth Minister, Bro. Daniel
Jackson. 10 a.m. Bible class on Sunday,
followed by 11:15 a.m. worship. Evening
worship at 6 p.m. on Sundays. Also Bible
classes are held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
For more information, call 682-6230.
Church of Christ Airport Road:
Sunday Bible study at 9 AM, worship
services at 10 AM, Sunday worship at 6
PM, Wednesday Bible study at 7 PM.
Listen to the "Know Your Bible" radio
program Monday through Saturday on
WAAZ 104.7 at 5:45 AM. Minister Jason
Crestview Church of God, Pastor
Larry Collins. Sunday school 10 11
AM; morning worship 11 AM 12 PM;
and 6-9 PM evening service on Sundays,
and 6 PM Family Training on
Wednesday. Call 682-3045 for more
Church of New Covenant, Pastors
Charles, Sr., and Maxine Whisnand invite
Baker First United Methodist:
located just north of the traffic light in
Baker. Their new pastor is Rev. Richard
M. Hughes. Sunday School begins at 10
a.m., worship service is at 11 a.m. You
will be warmly welcomed here!
First United Methodist: 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview, The Rev. Bruce
Sheffield is Senior Pastor, and Dr. R. Lee
Thigpen, Lay Leader (FUMC).
Traditional services at 8 a.m., in'the
Christ Chapel, and at 11 a.m., in the Main
Sanctuary. Contemporary service in the
Christ Chapel at 9:30 a.m. Sunday school
at 9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.
For information, call 682-2018, dur-
ing normal business hours.
Mount Zion African Methodist
Episcopal (AME) Church, 502
McDonald Street, in Crestview. Rev.
Matthew Ewing. Regular services
include: Sunday- church school 9:30 AM,
praise service 10:45 AM, and worship
service 11:00 AM; Tuesday services
include: 6 PM prayer meeting, and men's
bible study at 7 PM; Wednesday Kiddie
College, 5:45-7:45 PM. All are welcome.
For information, call 682-7799.
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, located at 5894 Hwy. 85 North.
Services held Wednesday nights are the 6
PM fellowship supper and 7 PM Bible
study. Sunday services are 10 AM
Sunday School, and 11 AM and 6 PM
St. Mark United Methodist
Church: located at 2250 P.J. Adams
Pkwy. in Crestview, offers the following
services: Sunday School, 9 a.m., Sunday
morning worship, 10 a.m.. Wednesday
Bible study for the entire family at 6:30
p.m. A nursery is available for all ser-
vices. Clergyman is Rev. Glenn McCall.
Children's Church for ages 4-5. Call 682-
5280 for more information.
Aplin Church of the Nazarene:
Pastor Thomas Farley and Associate
Pastor Rev. Clarence Lykins invite every-
one to attend the following services:
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Morning
Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday evening ser-
vice at 6 p.m. Wednesday 6:30 P.M.
(Bible study and fellowship). The church
is located at 395 Aplin Road in
Crestview, telephone 682-7995.
Mount Olive Community Church:
Pastor D.L. Lyons invites all interested to
Sunday Services at 10 a.m., Tuesday
Ladies' meeting at 7 p.m. with Marie C.
Lyons, and Thursday Bible study at 7
p.m. with Pastor Dennis. The church is
located at 5661 Mt. Olive Road in
Crestview. Directions approximately 7
miles "east on Hwy.- 90'turn leftdn Mt.
Olive Road, 2 miles. Cal.682-6218 for
Calvary Apostolic Church UPCI:
1010 Bay Street, Crestview. Sunday 10
a.m. worship service. Tuesday 7 p.m.
family prayer. Thursday 7 p.m. mid-
week service. Pastor Charles Braneff, Jr.
Church phone: (850) 423-1198. Pastor's
First Pentecostal Church of Jesus
Christ: Sunday services for First
Pentecostal are at 10 AM and 6 PM There
is also a Wednesday service at 7 PM
Pastor Wilbur Hawkins. They are located
at 997 East Chestnut Ave. in Crestview.
Call (850) 682-3497 for more informa-
First Presbyterian Church: 492 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, pastored by
Rev. Joan Wooten. Sunday School, 10
AM; worship 11 AM; youth meeting 5
PM; Wednesday supper 6 PM, and choir
rehearsal 7 PM. For more information,
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of the Emerald Coast (UUFEC): locat-
ed at 1295 Bayshore Drive, Valparaiso,
Florida. Minister: The Reverend Rodney
Debs. Service is held at 10:30 AM each
Sunday. For further updates, check
http://www.uufec.com, the Verbal
Chalice, Wick, or please call the
Fellowship at 678-7197, or 243-5247.
Way of Life Unity Center: Pastor
Rev. George A. Schmidt, Ph.D., the Way
of Life Unity Center is located at 1797
Hurlburt Road in Fort Walton Beach.
Sunday services: 9:30 AM and 11
AM Celebration Services. Youth
Education programs along with childcare
are only provided at the 11 AM service.
All are welcome.
For information, call the office at
864-1232 (hours by appointment). There
is also a Metaphysical Bookstore (864-
5945) open Sundays from 9 AM to 1 PM,
and the Dial-A-Thought line, 864-9139.
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Protestant Sunday Worship
Services/Religious Education 0800
Traditional in West Gate Chapel; 0930
Traditional in West Gate Chapel; 0930
Gospel in Chapel Center;. 1230
Contemporary in Chapel Center; Sunday
School classes are available for ages 3
through adult. Call 882-8527. Protestant
Holy Communion mid week worship ser-
vice is every Wed., 1100 hours at the
Eglin Hospital Chapel. For more infor-
mation, call Chaplain Sarah Shirley at
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Catholic Weekend Mass Schedule -
1700 hours, Sat. in the West Gate Chapel;
0745 hours, Sun. in the Chapel Center;
1115 hours, Sun. in the West Gate
Chapel. For Religious Education, call
882-7320. RCIA Wed. at 1900 hours in
the Chapel Center.
All military and their families are
invited to join us at our many diverse ser-
vices. We have services for Catholic,
Protestant, Jewish and Islamic faith
groups, as well as activities for all ages.
Call the chapel at 882-2111 for times and
Christian Life Center: Pastor Jason
Palmer. Prayer is held Sunday at 2 PM,
with Sunday services and Sunday School
at 2:30. Bible study is held Wednesday
nmghts a3 7.30 PM 'isan Life Cenmr
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(85)r 305-0198 for more information.
Healing Stream Ministries: Pastor
Jonathan Griffin. Saturday services are
being held. The ministry is located at the
corner of E. Robinson and Church Street
in Crestview. Call Pastor Griffin at 682-
5455 for more information.
The Chapel, an independent wor-
shipping community, has services every
Sunday morning at 7:30 AM with
Chaplain Hayward Chapman, and at 9
AM with Chaplain Chuck Chapman.
Tuesday evenings prayer meeting at 6
p.m. Friday evenings Spanish prayer
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Services are held at
1093 S. Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview, next
to Domino's Pizza. Phone: (850) 682-
9887 or (850) 423-0526. "Come as you
The Awakening Ministries, Inc., a
not-for-profit Christian music ministry,
meets every Saturday from 2-7 PM under
the pavilion, Kit Drive, Crestview. Their
phone number is 689-1259.
All amateur, semi-professional, and
professional Christian music groups and
individuals are invited to attend for prac-
tice, auditioning, fellowship, and prayer.
Spectators and other interested parties are
also welcome. For more information call
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11:00 AM; Domingo servicio evangelisti-
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Estamos uvicados en la 544 Main
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New Beginnings and Rev. Jeffrey
Earl Mills invites the public to join in
their regular Sunday worship service at 4
PM at their temporary location, the
Niceville American Legion Hall (VFW).
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BAKER-Bill Everett of
Baker does not consider himself
to be a war hero. In fact he goes
out.of his way not to talk openly
about his experiences. The same
is true of the others who were at
his home Saturday. All of them
are combat decorated veterans,
and more importantly, each of
them was awarded the Purple
Heart, or as it is formally called,
the Military Order of the Purple
What was true a generation
ago is true today for the combat
wounded veteran, who is often
reluctant to discuss his war
experiences. As Sam Mullis, a
Vietnam wounded veteran, said,
"When guys start bragging
about their decorations and
experience I generally tune
them out. It's been my experi-
ence those of us who were in
combat and were wounded
don't talk about it."
Everett agrees, and added, "I
can only talk about my experi-
ences around someone who I
know has been there and done
The odd thing is, most of
those he represents feel the same
way about themselves, even
though every one of them is a
combat injured military veteran.
Everett, wounded in
Vietnam, hosted the monthly
meeting of the local chapter of
the MOPH at his home
Saturday, August 13. He repre-
sents one of the dwindling num-
bers of American service per-
sonnel who proudly wear the
Purple Heart. In fact, Everett is
.Senior Vice Commander of
Pensacola Chapter 566 of the
Military Order of the Purple
"Did you know, only 25 per-
cent of those of us who have
been awarded the Purple Heart
are still alive?" he asked.
"Unlike other service organiza-
tions who are trying to increase
their membership, we are trying
to do the exact opposite. We
would rather see our young
men and women come home
"One of the ironies is, not
everyone who was awarded a
Purple Heart belongs to our
organization, and I wish we
could attract those who aren't,"
Everett stated, and then
explained, "For instance, we cre-
ate scholarships for those in
need, and then a large part of
our work in the MOPH is aimed
at supporting disabled veterans.
We also have a significant role in
supporting JROTC programs in
local high schools," Everett said.
"We do a lot of fund raising
and sales, and our ladies' auxil-
iary is particularly helpful to our
cause and support our pro-
grams. Many of our charities
rely on us and we have to help
them," he added.
The Purple Heart's creator,
General George Washington,
originally planned it as a dis-
tinctive badge of merit that
replaced promoting troops
under his command. The
Continental Congress had previ-
ously forbid him to promote sol-
diers, because, as they explained
in a letter to the general, there
were no funds to sustain his
army, much less pay for promo-
Purple Heart recipients and their wives attend monthly meeting at home of Baker resident
General Washington needed
to find some way to recognize
individual gallantry and hero-
ism, so he came up with the idea
of the Purple Heart. At that time
it was a simple purple cloth,
heart-shaped tag worn on the
left breast pocket.
It wasn't until after the Civil
War that the Purple Heart
became a symbol of shedding
blood for the country. Then in
1930, by an act of Congress it
became known by its current
name and distinctive design.
.In World War II, 500,000
Purple Hearts were awarded,
and during the Vietnam War
approximately 270,000 were
awarded. Since its inception as a
distinctive badge, 1,635,000 sol-
diers, sailors, airmen. and
Marines have been awarded the
It is estimated that only
500,000 Purple Heart recipients
remain alive, and those who
gathered at the Everett home on
Saturday represented all walks
of life, and all educational levels
and professions, from college
administrator to social worker.
But one thing they all have in
common is they have spilled
blood for this country, and that
makes them a band of brothers.
Those who are not current
members are encouraged to join
by calling Everett at 537-8553, or
visit the Purple Heart website at
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
The workshop is a noncredit series
for new writers, with specific concen-
tration on novel writing, screenwrit-
ing, and self-publication. Cost is $6C
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-
Anthropology: Alicia Gardnei
will give "A Little Talk aboul
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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there will be a public auction August 28, 2005 at
7:30 A.M. for the following described vehicles:
The auction will be held at 861 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview 32536. Danco Transmissions
has the right to turn down any and all bids.
Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida Statutes,
there will be a public auction September 13,
2005 at 7:30 A.M. for the following described
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Jayden Zy Mir Jones
August 17, 2005 -August 17,2005
Jayden Zy Mir Jones was born to Mr. & Mrs. Eric Dewayne Jones on
August 17,2005. Their precious son also lost his battle on earth August 17,
2005 at North Okaloosa Medical Center.
He leaves to mourn his passing his mother, Delores Anne Jones, and his
father, Eric D. Jones of Laurel Hill, FL; one sibling, Jalen Zy 'Quez Mount of
Laurel Hill, FL; maternal grandparents, Willie Mae Toles and Larry of Laurel
Hill, and Emest Williams of Crestview, FL; paternal grandparent, Lillie
Edwards Mays of Lockhart, AL; two special aunts, Kimberly Toles of
Florala, AL and Trece Mays of Lockhart, AL; two special uncles, Bruce Toles
and Melissa and John Henry Jones; a host of other aunts and uncles, and
also a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
His parents said, "Our son Jayden's life was short lived, but his memo-
ry will live forever in our hearts." A graveside service was held on
Thursday, August 25 at Lockhart Cemetery, Lockhart, AL with Rev. Earl
Williams offciating. Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with
William J. Joyner
February 18, 1945-August 23, 2005
William J. Joyner, age 60, of Crestview, passed away Tuesday, August 23,
2005. He was born February 18, 1945 in Chumuckla, Florida and had lived
in Crestview for the past 36 years. Mr. Joyner was a member of Hollywood
Boulevard Baptist Church in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
Survivors include his wife, Bertha Joyner; son and daughter-in-law, Greg
& Beverly Joyner; grandchildren, Joshua & Bethany Joyner; brothers, Jack &
wife Kathy Joyner, and Ottis & wife Marie Joyner; sisters, Opal Harris, Dula
Rabone & husband Harry, Dottie Pugh & husband Wayne, and Linda Jordan
& husband Freddie, also numerous nieces & nephews.
Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, August 26 in the chapel
of Brackney Funeral Service, with Rev. Willie M. Pace officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Elizabeth Chapel Cemetery in Chumuckla. The family received
friends, Thursday from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Brackney
Funeral Service, Crestview, was in charge of arrangements.
Robert Elliott "Robbie" Ates
Robert Elliot "Robbie" Ates, 21, of Holt, Florida, passed in the early
morning hours of August 22, 2005 from injuries sustained from a motorcy-
cle accident. He was a 2002 graduate of Baker High School. He was an avid
outdoorsman and lived life to the fullest.
His maternal grandfather, Donald Ray Aultman, precedes Robbie in
death. Robbie is survived by his parents, Cathy and Steve Ates, and a broth-
er, Mathew Ates of Holt, Florida. He is also survived by maternal grand-
mother Edna "Betty" Aultman and step-grandfather Ray Horbaker; pater-
nal grandparents, Bob and Dot Ates; aunts and uncle, Cindy and Malcolm
Bracewell, Margaret Brooks, William and Mary Louise Aultman of Vail,
Colorado, and Rick and Sheila Ates; and cousins, Candace and Christa
Bracewell, Gabrielle Brooks, and Amanda and Deanna Ates.
A time of visitation was held on Wednesday, August 24 from 6:00 to 8:00
pm. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. Funeral services were conducted
at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church on Thursday, August 25 at 11:00
a.m. with Father Steven O'Connor officiating. Burial followed at New Holt
Cemetery. Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with the
Joe Franklin McLaughlin
Joe Franklin McLaughlin of Crestview, Florida died August.14, 2005. He
was a retired first sergeant in the U.S. Army and a civil engineer. Joe was a
loving father and a true man of God.
Survivors include his daughter, Sharon Barrant, sons, Joe Malcolm and
Timothy McLaughlin, a sister, Josephine McCoy, four grandchildren and a
host of friends and extended family members.
The family received friends at the Evelenar Baptist Church on Saturday,
August 20 at 10:00 a.m. Funeral services were conducted at 11:00 a.m. with
the Rev. Benjamin Randolph officiating. Burial followed at the Spring Hill
Cemetery in Crestview with U.S. Army honors.
October 29, 1959-August 22, 2005
Chuck Edenfield, age 45, of Santa Rosa Beach, passed away on Monday,
:'August 22, 2005 at his home. He was bormin Cresytview, Flqrida on October
.1.-I9W59 and was a longtime resident of (cl.'..:: ourty. Chuck worked fif-
teen years as a truck driver for Powell Sanitation. He is preceded in death
by his parents, Haywood and Mildred Edenfield.
Chuck is survived by two sons, Patrick Edenfield of Alabama and
Michael Edenfield of Kentucky; one daughter, Janet R. Edenfield of
Okaloosa County; a sister, Debbie Southern; an aunt, la M. Daniels of Holt;
an uncle, Joe Holder, of S. Pittsburgh, TN; seven grandchildren.
Funeral services for Chuck Edenfield were held at the chapel of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home on Friday, August 26 at 11:00 a.m. with
Reverend Donnie Cadenhead officiating. A time of visitation was held on
Friday, August 26 at 10:00 a.m. Burial followed at Almarante Cemetery.
Whiehurst-Powell Funeral Home was entrusted with arrangements.
Isaac Daniel Williams
May 24, 1933 -Aug. 7, 2005
ID passed away at his home in Crestview on August 7, 2005. He was
born May 24,1933 in Andalusia, AL to the late Robert Wilkerson and the late
Exiele Law Lee. Mr. Wilkerson attended Florida A & M University, and he
joined the Army, where he received an honorable discharge.
Mr. Wilkerson married Lucy Kay Banks and moved to Detroit, MI in the
middle sixties. He was hired at Chrysler in 1967. He was a respected union
stewart; he was also a member of UAW Local 372. Mr. Wilkerson retired in
1993 and moved back to Florida in the late nineties. He was a member of
Peoples Baptist Church.
He leaves to cherish his memory four children, Yolanda Wilson of
Alabama, Denar Wilkerson of Detroit, MI, Kimberly Gilmore of Baker, FL,
and Marcia Freeman of Waldorf, MD; 6 grandchildren; two brothers, Lenord
C. Lee (Pete) of Crestview, FL and JC Lee of Detroit; 6 sisters, Murzine Lee
of Crestview, FL, Olamae Hart of Crestview, Kimberly Lucille Borns of
Crestview, Cubie Dean Daniels of Detroit, Jessie Moore (husband Earnie
Moore) of San Antonio, TX, and Shirley Rue Wilkerson of Detroit.
He is also survived by two godsisters, Annette and Jennette Wilkerson of
Chicago, IL; one uncle, Cardell Law of Andalusia, AL; one special aunt,
Virginia Law of Andalusia, AL; 6 nieces, Burnette S. Rehn of Crestview,
Joyce Collins of Crestview, Alisha Moore of Eglin A.F.B., Lillie Ruth Davis of
South Carolina, Tyra Scott of Crestview, and Monica Larkins of Crestview; 5
nephews, Demitrus Lee of Detroit, MI, Steive Lee of Crestview, Ricky O.
Borns of Modesto, CA, Bobby Hunter of Texas, Jerome Hunter of Texas; a
host of great-nieces, nephews, cousins, brothers-in-law, and friends.
The funeral service was held Saturday, August 13 at 11 a.m. at Peoples
Baptist Church, with Pastor George Thomas officiating. Interment was in
Spring Hill Cemetery in Crestview. Arrangements were entrusted to
McKinnie Funeral Home of Crestview.
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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
"Okaloosa's County Seat Newspaper of Record"
0u A ugust I 20 Sae
Team W-L W-L
Crestview 0-0 1-0
Choctawhatchee 0-0 1-0
Navarre 0-0 1-0
Fort Walton Beach 0-0 0-1
Crestview 42, Jay 13
Choctaw 14, Gulf Breeze 9
Pace 21, Fort Walton Beach 14
Navarre 25, West Florida Tech 6
Friday, Sept. 2
Crestview at Woodham, 7 p.m.
Choctaw at Pine Forest, 7:30 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Lawless (La.),
Jacksonville University Christian at
Navarre, 7:30 p.m.
Team W-L W-L
Northview 0-0 1-0
Baker 0-0 0-1
South Walton 0-0 0-1
Walton 57, Baker 7
Freeport 14, South Walton 6
Northview 42, Deane Bozeman
Learning Center 0
Friday, Sept. 2
Vernon at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
Wewahitchka at South Walton, 7:30
Sneads at Northview, 7:30 p.m.
OKALOOSA COUNTY CONFERENCE
Team W-L W-L
Davldson 1-0 1-0
Bruner 1-0 1-0
Lewis 1-0 1-0
Pryor 1-0 1-0
Richbotirg 0-1 0-1
Destin 0-1 0-1
Meigs 0-1 0-1
Ruckel 0-1 0-1
Bruner 16, Destin 10
Davidson 44, Rlchbourg.6
Lewis 33, Ruckel 14
Pryor 14, Meig 12
Thursday, Sept. I
Davidson vs. Pryor at Crestview, 6
Richbourg vs. Lewis at NIcevllle,
Bruner vs. Ruckel at Etheridge, 6 p.m.
Destin at Meigs, 6 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Walton, 6 p.m.
Crestview at Milton, 6 p.m.
Baker at Jay, 5:30 p.m.
The start time for the
Crestview High School varsi-
ty football team's game Sept.
2 at Woodham has been
changed to 7 p.m. The game
was originally scheduled for
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. today.
Youths may register prior to
assessments. League play
begins in 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, offi-
cial, or other positions
should let a league repre-
sentative know during reg-
The Okaloosa-Walton Jets
semipro football team picked
up the first win in franchise
history with a 24-21 decision
at the Kenner City Power on
The Jets (1-5) are sched-
uled to return to action today
at the Alachua Saints (0-5) in
a North American Football
League Panhandle Division
The News Bulletin seeks
the assistance of area high
school and middle school
coaches to report their team's
results. Scores and statistics
may be reported to the News
Bulletin by phone at (850)
682-3524, by email to
by fax to 850-682-2246.
Scores and statistics should
be submitted by Tuesday
Braves too quick for Gators in opener
begins with loss
Bulletin Sports Editor
BAKER The first game of
the Bob Kellogg era at Baker
began with a pleasant surprise.
It ended with a frustrating
The host Gators couldn't
keep up with a speedy Walton
squad, and fell 57-7 on Friday
night in the season opener for
both football teams.
"We knew they were quick
going in," Kellogg said. "We
told our defense, the biggest
thing was to eliminate the big
play. It's hard for us sometimes,
because we don't have a lot of
Baker recovered an onside
kick on the opening kickoff, but
- Walton 57, Baker 7-
little else went right for the
The Braves ran all the way to
a Class 2B regional final last sea-
son, and they took turns run-
ning through the Baker defense
Walton scored on its first six
drives to build a 50-7 halftime
lead. All of the Brave scoring
drives lasted three plays or less.
Walton also recovered a blocked
punt for a TD.
"They just had better athletes
and had more speed," Gator
senior Heath Roper said. "We
gave it all we had and tried our
hardest, but we had a bunch of
people hurt and a bunch of peo-
ple coming back from injuries."
The Braves' successful two-
point conversion attempt after
their fourth score exemplified
Walton QB Josh Nettles deft-
ly spun into the end zone for the
two points. A Gator defender
grabbed Nettle's hand towel,
but nothing more.
Kellogg said the Braves
sometimes looked more
impressive than North Florida
Christian, Baker's talented
opponent in the Kickoff
"Their athletes are a lot bet-
ter," Kellogg said. "They are
more physical and they'll hit
you. North Florida Christian
didn't hit like this."
Baker's bright moments
came during an 11-play scoring
drive on the second Gator pos-
session. Laine Barnhill's quarter-
back sneak and Matt Jordan's
extra point briefly tied things at
"We came out early and sur-
prised them," Kellogg said. "We
came out and executed against a
good football team. Now we've
got to do it consistently."
Devin Gibson ran for a 61-
yard score on Walton's next play,
starting the knockout run of 50
straight Brave points.
Gibson and Nettles both
scored a pair of touchdowns
apiece for Walton.
The teams used a running
clock in the second half.
"We played together for a
while, but then we started miss-
ing some assignments," Roper
said. "We'll work on it this week
and be ready for next week."
WALTON 57, BAKER 7
Walton 21 29 0 7 57
Baker 7 0 00- 7
W Smith 32 run (Fayne kick)
B L. Barnhill 1 run (Jordan kick)
W Gibson 61 run (kick failed)
W Austin recovered blocked punt in
end zone (Jackson run)
W Nettles 10 run (Nettles run)
W Gibson 27 run (Fayne kick)
W Jackson 68 run (Fayne kick)
W Nettles 78 run (Fayne kick)
W Cotton 20 run (Fayne kick)
First Downs 11 10
Rushes-yards 18-341 48-189
Passing yards 44 34
Comp-Att-lnt 4-5-0 3-9-0
Fumbles-lost 2-2 4-2
Penalties 4-30 8-50
RUSHING Walton, Gibson 3-100,
Nettles 2-88, X. Jackson 2-67, Cotton 2-35,
Smith 1-32, Bramlett 4-9, Hogans 2-6, I.
Jackson 2-4. Baker, Griffith 8-50, Roper 10-
49, Whatmough 13-42, Moberly 6-17, L
Barnhill 6-14, Z. Bamhll 2-12, Edge 3-5.
PASSING Walton, Nettles 3-3-0-40,
X. Jackson 1-1-0-4, Bramlett 0-1-0-0. Baker,
L. Barnhill 3-9-0-34.
RECEIVING Walton, Smith 4-44.
Baker, Griffith 1-14, Owens 1-14, Matthews
Crestview's three-headed, running
attack reared its ugly head again Friday
A week after .holding their own
against Niceville in the preseason Kickoff
Classic, the.Bulldogs' tandem of senior
Reggie Speights and juniors John
Robinson and Calvin Siler wore down the
outnum-bered Jay Royals in a 42-13 regu-
lar season opening win,
"We came out and tried to be physi-
cal," Bulldogs coach Matt Brunson said.
"Our offensive line is coming together
and I think our backs are blocking as well
as any group we've had in the past.
"And we've got a few guys that can
. tote it."
Robinson barreled his way to 108
yards on eight carries 100 of those in
the first half. The speedy Speights picked
up 101 yards on 10 carries. Siler touched
the ball seven times for 40 yards.
"We did a lot of condi-tioning this
week," the 5-foot-l0, 240 pound Robinson
said. "We just had to step up and show
them what we can do this year.
After falling behind 6-0 early,
Robinson gave Clestview the lead mid-
way through the second quarter when
he broke loose up the middle and outran
the Royals defense for a 65-yard touch-
Jay took the initial lead with 6:27 to
play in the opening quarter. Senior
Michael Wade broke free for a 64-yard
gain to the Crestview 3-yard-line.
Four plays later, Josh Marshall opened
the scoring with a 1-yard run.
Crestview then went into ball control
mode, scoring on a 12-play drive, capped
off by Siler's 4-yard scamper.
Crestview scored touch-downs on all
four of its first-half possessions.
"Nothing but power, all the time,"
Crestview took a 21-6 lead with 3:16 to
play in the half, when Siler again capped
off a seven-play drive with a 2-yard blast.
The Bulldogs forced Jay to punt and
got the ball back at midfield 54 seconds
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview running back John Robinson looks for daylight during the Bulldogs' 42-13 victory against Jay on Friday.
On the fourth play of the drive,
Speights showed his quickness and agili-
ty on a sweep left. He cut back through
the Jay defenders and took a 44-yard
jaunt to paydirt.
Junior quarterback Joseph Thigpen 3
of 5 passes for 54 yards, including a scor-
ing strike to senior Mike Rose from 17
yards out late in the third period.
"It always feels good to get a win, but
this first one I think will give us confi-
dence to start this season strong,'
Brunson cleared the bench and played
his reserves for the final quarter and a
Sophomore Kyle Kurpil corn
scoring with a 5-yard touchdc
way through the fourth.
Nick Jewell booted all
Crestview's extra points.
The Bulldogs (1-0) will
Pensacola next Friday night
Woodham (1-0). That game kic
CRESTVIEW 42, JAY 13
Jay 6 0 7
Crestview 7 21, 7
J Marshall 1 run (kick failed)
C Slier 4 run (Jewell kick)
C Robinson 68 run (Jewell kick)
C Slier 2 run (Jewell kick)
C Speights 44 run (Jewell kick)
J Lowrey 3 pass from Castleberry (Hendricks kick)
C Rose 17 pass from Thigpen (Jewell kick)
Kuroil 5 run (Jewell kick)
travel to First Downs 7 16
tael Rushes-yards 43-157 36-323
to battle Passing yards 17 54
ks off at 7 Comp-Att-lnt 3-3-0 3-6-0
ks offat7 Fumbles-lost 2-1 2-2
Penalties 5-21 6-50
RUSHING Jay, Wade 32-131, Diamond 4-10,
0 13 Hendricks 4-10, Marshall 7-9, Castleberry 2-(minus 4).
7 42 Crestview, Robinson 8-108, Speights 10-101, Slier 7-
40, Daniels 2-27, Polk 2-15, Kurpil 5-13, Thlgpen 1-
PASSING Jay, Castleberry 3-3-0-17. Crestview,
Thigpen 3-5-0-54, Carigan 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING Jay, Barlow 1-8, Hendricks 1-6,
Lowrey 1-3. Crestview, Harrington 2-37, Rose 1-17.
Panthers claw Roadrunners
Davidson rolls Middle school-
in opener, 44-6
Bulletin Sports Editor
A.J. Johnson got the
Davidson Middle School foot-
ball team's 2005 season off to a
Johnson ran for a 65-yard
touchdown on the first play
from scrimmage to set the tone
for the Panthers' 44-6 victory
against rival Richbourg on
Thursday at Crestview High
"We came off the ball and hit
'em in the mouth on the first
play," said Davidson coach
Dexter Day, whose team won
the county championship last
fall. "We will run it at you."
The Panthers scored on their
first five possessions to domi-
nate the season opener for both
"We came out and played
more physical, so I was proud of
that," Day said. "We've just got
to get better. Right now we're a
six, and we've got to get to a 10."
Johnson scored again on
Davidson's second drive, this
time on a 28-yard scamper up
KeShawn Thomas' one-yard
TD plunge made it 20-0.
Thomas set up his own score
with a 21-yard dash on the pre-
Nick Brown reached the end
zone from 57 yards out on the
first play of the Panthers' next
Troy Ruediger's first comple-
tion of the night turned into a
40-yard TD reception for Blake
Jacek Bielenin got the Panthers
back on the scoreboard with an
11-yard TD run early in the fourth
quarter. Blake Teal's 11-yard TD
pass to Cameron Carroll com-
pleted the scoring.
Martez Peoples produced
Richbourg's points on a nine-
yard TD run in the second quar-
"(Peoples) is a seventh grad-
er, and it's the first time he's
ever played football,"
Roadrunners coach Chris
Sweatt said. "He runs well
when he runs,"
Richbourg played without a
pair of projected starters, but
Sweatt didn't think those
absences had much of an effect
on the final score.
"We've just got to get better,"
he said. "We did have a bunch of
seventh graders step up. Now
we've got toi have the eighth
graders step up with them."
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Davidson's Nick Brown (left) runs for a 57-yard touchdown dur-
ing the Panthers' 44-6 victory Thursday against Richbourg.
Crestview 42, Jay 13
Dawgs off and running