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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 2005
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Barrels of toxic waste found near Laurel Hill


* At least 22 of the 50-gallon containers were found
Wednesday off of Millside Road, south of the city.


Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
The Okaloosa County Sheriff
Department is investigating an illegal
dumping of toxic waste just south of
Laurel Hill.
Sheriff Deputies responded to a
densely wooded area Wednesday after-
noon off Millside Road, where they
found 22 55-gallon drums containing
polyester resin, polyte, and methylmer-
hacrylate.
"All of the contaminants identified
are used in the manufacturing of plas-
tics, fiberglass, things of that nature,"
said Danny Dean, Environmental
Enforcement officer for the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office.
"The polyte that is indicated to be


here is one of the more hazardous
types," he added.
On Friday Dean went back to the site
to take further samples and confirm the
identification of his initial observations.
Before he entered the site he carefully
put on thick rubber gloves, coverings
over his shoes, and a protective ventila-
tor mask
"I just want to make sure exactly
what's here, identify the chemicals, and
determine the potential of how haz-
ardous they are to the immediate resi-
dents and environment. Naturally the
main concern of the sheriff's office is the
safety and well being of the public in the
area," Dean said.
Fortunately this particular area is
very rural. Dean's initial findings
Wednesday determined that they were


hazardous, primarily through occupa-
tional means. Those that work daily
with the chemicals would have more
likelihood of being exposed to any haz-
ardous byproducts from the chemicals.
The land belongs to a woman that
lives in south Florida. She had leased
about 1,000 acres to an individual for
hunting. The sheriff's department has
spoken extensively with the individual
that leased the land and obtained aerial
photographs to gather topographical
information about the wooded area.
"We are looking at the area around
the site to determine its proximity to
creeks and streams that may be affected
by the chemicals," Dean said. "We want
to be sure that the chemicals do not
enter into the water system of Laurel
Hill and cause problems for its citizens."
Dean explained that at this point he
did not feel there was any immediate
See TOXIC, page 4


Ken Nielsen/r ne News tulle
There were 22 of these 50-gallon barrels found Wednesday near Laurel Hill.


The wheels on he bIus go

* News Bulletin reporter f I
spends the day with school I, uj 'an run<


bus driver Sheila Lewellen.

Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
Siding a school bus is a lot like
R riding an airplane or a train or
mAny ohier orl m of public' trans-
portation.
Your life rests in the hands of some-
one you've never met, or know very
little about. For the most part, you
trust that you'll safely arrive to your
destination with little to no trouble.
But a school bus driver has the sole
responsibility of safely transporting
several children to and from school,
field trips, games and other related
activities.
I recently had the privilege to ride
with Sheila Lewellen, who has driven
for four years with Okaloosa County
schools. -
Lewellen and I charted a course
through north Okaloosa County's
open roads, backtracking through
some of the county's more rural areas.
Initially, Lewellen served as a sub-
stitute, filling the empty blanks in the
schedule book at the dispatch office.
"One day I drove for five different
schools," she said. "If you can make it
past subbing, you're alright."
Lewellen arrives at the bus yard
behind Baker School's Doug Griffith
Memorial Stadium every morning
around 6:20. After turning the keys
and allowing the glow plugs to heat,
she fired up her diesel engine, which
propels the 13-ton shuttle.
She pulled out a checklist and
began her morning routine, checking
lights, buzzers, hatches, emergency
release handles and other fixtures con-
spicuously labeled throughout the
bus.
"I make sure that everything
blinks, buzzes and lights up, if it's
supposed to," she said, as her pen
meandered through each box on the
checklist.
After flipping on the citizens band
radio, a squall of garbled voices spoke
a strange language of codes, bus num-
bers, routes and driver locations. The
county's north dispatch center is


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Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Sheila Lewellen pauses for a picture before beginning her morning inspection. Among other things, she has to fully
inspect the bus each morning and afternoon before leaving the bus yard.


located at Richbourg Middle School's
bus yard.
Lewellen gave me a rundown on
the trip that would follow, and asked,
in jest, if I still wanted to ride. She
then showed me where she keeps the
Kleenexes and the first aid kit, in case
a student has a runny nose, or falls
while wildly running toward the bus.
"Kids are supposed to be at the /
stop five minutes prior," she said. "Itf
just keeps them from running to the
stop.
"My job is keeping the children
safe to and from school," she said.


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"I'm not your babysitter, I'm not your
maid."
With that I sat back, answered
sheepishly, "Yes, ma'am," and off we
went.
Right on time
The motor hummed a drowsy,
monotonous tune and the bus cabin
swayed around covers like a tottering
sailboat. The roads were open, empty.
Cotton fields ran alongside the bus,
frequently stopping for a four-way
intersection or another field littered
with large hay bails.




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Lewellen made the first stop near
the interstate in Holt.
She forced the double-jointed door
open and several kids stepped into the
bus. A gust of morning air bullied past
the students, making its way to the
back.
Parents waited in their cars until
the bus rolled away, an entourage that
could easily be mistaken for a used car
lot.
"Some of my stops are like
anthills," she explained. "You stop and


See DRIVER, page 4


Pizza Hut


to reopen


this month

* The restaurant could
open in Northview Plaza as
early as Wednesday.
Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reponer......
Here is some fantastic news for
pizza lovers. After more than year in
limbo, the ovens at Pizza Hut will be
once again putting out that delicious
pizza.
The restaurant, which was located
on South Ferdon Boulevard, was
forced to dose due to damage follow-
ing Hurricane Ivan. The new restau-
rant will be located in the Northview
Shopping Center on North Ferdon
Boulevard at Stillwell Avenue.
Franchise owners Chuck Cooper
and Jeff Miller were hoping to have the
store',open on Labor Day weekend but
construction issues got in the way.
"To put a restaurant where one has
never been before offers a lot of con-
struction challenges," said Cooper.
"This isn't just putting in a pizza oven
and a table with phones."
Cooper had to actually change some
of the structure of the building to
accommodate the restaurant. He said
that he and Miller were committed to
staying in Crestview.
"When you make this type of
investment you're making a real com-
mitment. It's a commitment that we
began in 1998 with the building of our
first location, and one that Jeff and I
want to continue."
They purchased the local Pizza Hut
business in 1998 from the Pizza Hut
Corporation. They built the restaurant
on South Ferdon Boulevard. It stands
vacant, a harsh reminder of Hurricane
Ivan's wrath.
He said that people are constantly
stopping him on the street and coming
into the Niceville location asking him
when the new Hub City location will
open.
"I am really excited and can't wait
to hear those ovens," said Cooper.
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Griffiths keep a famy tradition alive

Griffiths keep a family tradition alive


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter


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Donald Griffith feeds the cane stalks into the mill where the cane
juice is extracted for cooking.


James Griffith comes from
a family of syrup makers.
Traditionally, Griffith and
his other family members
gather on his ancestral land,
the Griffith Mill in Milligan,
and celebrate fall.
The mill, which still oper-
ates, is used only once a year
to make the Griffith's special
recipe: pure cane syrup.
"It's a lost art," Griffith
says. "At the turn of the cen-
tury if you didn't make syrup
you didn't eat."
Griffith, along with friends
and family, joined together
this past Thursday at the mill
to make syrup, talk about old
times and carry on the tradi-
tions that have anchored his
family for several generations.
"We've been making syrup
here at this location for about
20 years," Griffith says.
The syrup has been bottled
and will be sold at Baker's
Heritage and Folk Festival,
which is being held today
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Baker Block Museum in
downtown Baker.
Each year, the Griffiths
keep some of the syrup and
donate the rest to the Baker
Block Museum, where it is
sold.
"Everybody had a little old
mill back at the turn of the
century," Griffith says.
The Griffiths grow the cane
locally, harvest it, and let it
dry for about a week prior to
processing it through the mill,
which turns it into pure gold-


James Griffith continuously stirs the cane syrup to keep it from burn-
ing in the handmade brick stove.


en cane syrup.
"We started cooking at 5
a.m., the coolest part of the
day," Griffith says. "It's going
to be 75 or 80 degrees by the
middle part of the day that's
too hot to be near that fur-
nace.
"We try to get through by
noon or a little after. The first
Saturday in November is the
only time we do this all year
long. It's almost like a family
reunion."
On Thursday, the mill
made 58 gallons of syrup. The
mill also churned out about 40
gallons on Friday, too.
"Usually it takes 10 gallons
of cane juice to make one gal-
lon of syrup," Griffith says.
The shelf life for a bottle of
syrup is about two to three
years.


"It might get a little
stronger or fade in color,
but once you can it it's
like any other canning
process," he says.
Norman and Joette
Williams, from Lafayette,
Ala., have been helping
the Griffith's since 1974.
Norman Williams'
family made syrup for
the Roanoke Syrup
Company. His family
started making syrup in
the 1930s.
"My wife worked
with James' daughter in
Troy. We came down in
1974 and have been com-
ing here ever since," he
says. "It's an important
part of our culture."


Howard Griffith makes sure the cane mill stays in working order.


The syrup has been bottled and will be sold at Baker's Heritage and Folk
Festival, which is being held today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Baker Block Museum in downtown Baker.


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First Arts Concert to be held at

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Toes tapping, heads sway-
ing and faces with big smiles
- that is how First Arts
patrons enjoy the concerts pre-
sented for the community by
First Arts of First United
Methodist Church, Fort Walton
Beach. If you have never
attended a First Arts Concert,
then you have already missed
96 great ones.
December 2nd brings the
Ara Saxophone Quartet to
town. These four musicians
met as students at Florida
State University and have
gone on to individual careers
in performance and teaching,
but look forward to their col-
laboration as the quartet and
this opportunity to "return
home" so to speak.
January will be filled with
excitement and music as Four
Hands Down and Quintango
claim two weekends. Four
Hands Down is just as it
sounds 4 hands on one
piano with everything from
Broadway to Honkey-tonk to
Jazz. These two performers
brings so much energy to the


concert series on January
13th that you'll wonder how
one might follow them.
Never fear-we have just
the group, and on January
27th, QuinTango arrives as a
chamber ensemble that plays
Tango music. A quintet of
two violins, cello, bass and
piano, QuinTango is the only
tango music group to give a
command performance at the
White House.
February 24th brings
Mazaika, as unusual and ver-
satile a duo as one is likely to
find on the American stage--
classical and folk music, vio-
lin, and accordion, song, jazz,
world music, gypsy music,
operatic arias, and presenta-
tion in the original languages.
The season comes to a
close on March 11 with 3
Inspirational Tenors. These
.three classically trained
tenors, who just happen to be
good friends, form their own
version of the world-
renowned "Three Tenors".
The perform Christian music
and message-oriented secular


works and blend their voices
in many old favorites that
will bring down the house.
The best news is that this
wonderful season of enter-
tainment is presented for the
community at a great price.
Season tickets are $40.00 for
an adult or $24.00 for a full
time student under the age of
18. Tickets for individual
concerts are also available at
the rate of $10 for adults and
$5.00 for the full time stu-
dents if purchased in
advance. At the door, prices
are slightly higher and
depend on availability.
Brochures for First Arts
Center Series will be mailed
soon, or visit www.fa2.org
and print out an order form
for season and single concert
tickets. While there you can
click over to the websites of
many of the artists to learn
more about them.
Questions about the con-
cert series and how you may
become involved can be
answered at 863-2436 or 243-
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Mark English, pastor of the Crestview First Assembly of God Church, stands near the fresh earth where
groundbreaking has begun for expansion of the church, and a rendering of the completed project.

First Assembly of God Church


breaks ground for expansion


Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter


Old dirt is being taken up
and new dirt is being brought .in
as phase 1 of construction on the
new expansion at the Crestview
First Assembly of God began
Wednesday.
The project is a couple
months behind due to issues the
city had with storm water run
off and the required 10-foot
buffer between the church's
enlarged parking lot and Ferdon
Boulevard. The issues have now
been resolved and the construc-
tion is back in full swing.
The site preparation should
take a couple of weeks as the lot
is made ready for the new slab.
"In a couple of weeks they'll
begin to remove the gold panels
of the front of the church and
take down the portico," said


church pastor Mark English.
"For us the great thing is that
we will still be able to use the
majority of our parking lot dur-
ing the major phases of con-
struction."
He admitted that there will
probably be a small amount of
inconvenience in the beginning
but said his congregation under-
stands and won't mind.
When finished the church
will have a new family life cen-
ter including a gymnasium,
educational rooms and an out-
door fountain large enough for
baptisms
The church had an agree-
ment with the Starbucks Coffee
franchise to put a small coffee
shop inside the church's pro-
posed atrium. But that agree-
ment has since been dropped by
the church.
"They support a homosexual


agenda and we do not agree
with that stand, so we are look-
ing elsewhere," said English.
"There is a Christian compa-
ny that we are trying to hook up
with that supports only
Christian coffee growers in
South America and South
Africa," he continued. "All of
their proceeds go to missions in
those countries."
His response to those who
may have issues with a coffee
shop inside a' church is, "Our
goal in this facility is evangelism
and outreach, that's what the
mission is here at First
Assembly," "It's not the method
that is sacred, it's the message."
When finished the church
will have a new family life cen-
ter including a gymnasium,
educational rooms, and a out-
door fountain large enough for
baptisms.


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Motorcycles revving for Sunday's Toys For Kids run
i Toy For Kids coordinator

Crestview News Bulletin
publisher Jim Knudsen on
Wednesday, after Henninger.
spoke with the Crestview
Kiwanis Club about
Sunday's 7th annual motor-
cycle run to help collect
.. toys and money for disad-
vantaged kids at Christmas.
SThe Toys For Kids run will
begin in the Wal-Mart park-
ing lot and travel around
town to the VFW facility on
Highway 90 west.
Registration for the event
:' will be held from 11 a.m.-'
12:30 p.m. The ride begins
at 12:30 p.m.


PIZZA, from page 1
They chose Northview Plaza because of its cen-
tral location, and they liked the idea of being next
to the only movie theatre in town.
"We think it's a real positive thing. We look for-
ward to those people that want to grab a quick bite

to eat before going to see a movie."
The new restaurant is what Cooper and Miller
refer to as a counter service restaurant.
"We won't have waitresses in the traditional
sense. Customers will be able to come into the
restaurant, place their order at the counter and we
will bring it to them at their table," said Marvetta
Hawk, district coach for the franchise.
A buffet will be available during lunch Monday
through Friday, and on Sunday afternoon.
"We may go with a buffet on Friday and
Saturday night too," continued Hawk. "It really
just depends on what our customers are looking
fo."
She went on to say that the Crestview location
will employ more than 35 people, many of whom
who worked at the previous Crestview location.
"We still have fourteen of our Crestview staff with
us that stayed' after Ivan."
Both Hawk and Cooper agree that the recent
cost of fuel has not slowed down the delivery side
of the pizza business.
"Pizza delivery is doing well. We still want to
have a delivery store to serve the south end of
Crestview," said Cooper.
"I don't know if we will rebuild where the old
restaurant is or develop that into something else
and find another location. Once we get this one up
and running we'll look at that other location."
Hawk said that they have taken dramatic mea-
sures to be able to keep pace with the pizza deliv-
ery demand.
"What we have done is increased our delivery
rates to our drivers to entice them. Our drivers are
the key to our successful delivery business."
She said the Crestview store could use more
drivers.
"It's not unusual for a driver to make over
$10.00 per hour. So anyone interested is encour-
aged to stop by here at our store or apply at the
JobsPlus Service Center on Wilson Street, across
from City Hall."
Piping hot pizza will be served 11:00 a.m. until
10:30 p.m. Sunday until Thursday, and 11 a.m till


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Chuck Cooper, owner, and Marvetta Hawk, dis-
trict coach, stand in front of the new ovens that
will soon be running at the new Pizza Hut loca-
tion in the Northview Plaza.
11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
"We are going to get back out into the commu-
nity once we get this store up and running. This
will be a family atmosphere. We will be here
before the movie and after the movie, before the
Friday night high school game and after the game.
For more than 20 years Pizza Hut has been a part
of the .Crestview community. We're looking for-
ward to building on that relationship."
Cooper hopes to open the doors this week.


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TOXIC, from page
danger to residents in the area.
"Obviously if you were to
come out here and get in contact
with it or breathe in some of the
toxic vapors there is a significant
health risk to it. These materials
are corrosive. They do have toxic
levels that can cause irritation to
the skin, eyes and mucous mem-
branes, and rashes to the dermal
level."
The next step will be coordi-
nating with DEP the removal and
subsequent ocean up of the area.
Specialized contractors are need-


ed to perform that task. Dean
said that he had contacted the
Department of Environmental
Protection Bureau of Emergency
Response.
"In the north end of the coun-
ty as an environmental division
we deal with a lot of illegal
dumping, but we don't run
across hazardous materials to
this extent very often."
If anyone has any information
on this particular dumping site to
please call the Okaloosa County
Sheriffs Office at 651-7400.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Danny Dean, Environmental Enforcement officer with the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office, dressed in protective gear,
carefully examines barrels of toxic chemicals discarded in a
wooded area just south of Laurel Hill.
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DRIVER, from pag
kids pour out of cars like ants
do when you step on an ant
bed. They come from every-
where."
Lewellen picks up kids of
all ages, kindergarten through
twelfth grade. There have been
times when she has had to
brace for a near impact; while
stopped with lights flashing,
other drivers have been oblivi-
ous to the enormous, glaring
yellow object in front of them,
zooming dangerously around
the bus.
"Once I had to snatch a kid
by the collar because a car
passed me on the right side,"
she said. "I've even been
flicked off before for stopping
to pick up kids."
Another squall belched over
the CB.
"One driver had to double
up on his route," she
explained. "We're short dri-
vers, so we try to help each
other out."
We hit another anthill. My .
seat, which was quite comfort-
able to me, was quickly filled.
One little guy, Gregory, a first
grader, plopped next to me and
explained what the patches on
his racing jacket meant. He was
oblivious to my reason for
being in his seat and he
seemed to like it that way.
"Move over," another small
voice promptly demanded.
Austin, another first grader,
sandwiched me closer to
Gregory.
Austin pulled out a book
from the library, Dr. Seuss'
"Hop on Pop," while Gregory
continued to tell me stories
about his dog, his racecar
patches and a bump on his
head that I think his big broth-
er gave him.
After 16 total stops, we
arrived at the school, lining up


The News Bulletin
News Bulletin reporter Adam Ziglar (right) poses in the driver's seat of an Okaloosa County school
bus on Thursday, while spending the day with bus driver Sheila Lewellen on her bus route in Baker.


with other buses that got back
at almost precisely the same
time.
"I think we suffer from d6jA
vu; we drive down the same
roads twice a day, everyday,"
Lewellen said.
The ride home in the after-
noon was a similar routine.


The kids seemed a little less
curious about me and more
curious about my camera, my
notebook and the bus I rode
when I was in school.
"The first few days (of a
new school year) are a little
tedious," Lewellen said,
explaining how she precarious-


ly timed her runs when she
first started.
"I love my kids. That's why
I do it," she said. "I don't know
any drivers here who don't
love kids. A teacher or a bus
driver may be the only loving
adult in many of these kids'
lives."


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CITY OF CRESTVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING NOTICE OF

ZONING MAP CHANGE AND

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT


N TI IS HREBY G N purant the lorid statute
and Lan Use Reguatons .of theCty 4, and ,peratg.
Policies-thereta thatthe-LocaLPlanning Agency, will cadp t ac
public hearing on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida to consider and make recommendations to the City
Council regarding a request for Rezoning and Comprehensive
Plan Amendments for:.

(LPA Number 05-54) submitted by Great Northwest Florida,
LLC, property owner, by Keith Rockman, Managing Member.
The application requests Rezoning from Commercial District
(C-l) to Multi-Family Dwelling District (R-2) and
Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change Future Land Use
Category' from Commercial (C) to Medium Density Residential
(MDR) for 10 acres, located in Section 21, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, Okaloosa County, Florida. Application also
requests Rezoning from Commercial District (C-l) to Single
Family Dwelling District (R-l) and Comprehensive Plan
Amendment to change Future Land Use Category from
Commercial (C) to Low Density Residential (LDR) for 1.3
acres, located in Section 21, Township 3 North, Range 23 West,
Okaloosa County, Florida.

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments and
make decisions regarding the above matter. The application and
location map is available for public inspection during normal
business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City'
Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written com-
ments to the Administrative Services Department prior to the
hearing or both regarding the request.

Any person requiring a special accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact
the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calen-
dar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech
impaired, please contact the City Clerk's office at the above
number.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing, such person will need a record of the proceeding
and, for such purpose, such person may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


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The Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW Post 5450 in Crestview delivered flags to Baker, Northwood,
Walker and Southside schools. The Auxiliary's Lynn Mobley, Southside Secretary Rita Cook, the Ms. Robert's fifth graders are enjoying a picnic lunch outside In celebration of Antioch
Auxiliary's Mary Brown, Auxiliary Past President Liz Patti, Principal Mary Halloway, and Auxiliary Elementary School's A+ status. The Nutrition Center provided hot dogs and hamburgers for all
Treasurer Jan Davis (L-R) were present during flag delivery to Southside Elementary. 791 students to celebrate their academic success! (photo submitted)


Kaleidoscope & Ballet

Pensacola Present

Pensacola's Nutcracker


Tickets for Pensacola's
Nutcracker are now for sale. All
shows are at the historic Saenger
Theatre. Show dates and times
are Saturday, December 17 at
7:30pm and Sunday, December
18 at 3:00pm. Tickets range in
price from $12 $24.
The Children's Performance
of 'Pensacola's Nutcracker is
December 17 at 10:30am. The
Children's Performance is an
abbreviated performance con-
sisting of "Kingdom of Sweets"


Scene with narration by Herr
Drosselmeyer. All children aged
12 and under attending the
Children's Performance will
receive a "Kingdom of Sweets"
treat bag.
All tickets are available
through the Saenger Theatre Box
Office, 850-595-3882. and all
Ticketmaster locations. For
additional information, please
contact the Kaleidoscope &
Ballet Pensacola Office at 850-
423-9546.


November craft classes

at The Heritage Museum

To preregister for the follow- $50.00 members; $55.00 non-
ing classes, contact The Heritage members, provided you bring
Museum, 115 Westview Ave., the necessary supplies. Kits of
Valparaiso, FL 32580, Phone: supplies and ingredients for a
678-2615. second batch of soap will be
Single Wine Bottle Basket, available in class for $25. Phone
Sat., Nov. 12, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.- 678-2615 for instructions.
Learn from Lou Holt how to Soap Making II, Sat., Nov. 19
weave a flat reed bottle carrier from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.-
basket. It's a great gift by itself Monique Taylor shares the art of
or use it to transport your adding spice, aroma, texture
favorite wine to holiday gather- and color to soap made by hand.
ings. Fee is $20.00 members; Make great gifts for the holidays
$25.00 non-members. or start a home business with
Beginning Pine Needle the knowledge you gain for this
Basket Making, Tues., Nov. 15 hands-on informative class. Fee,
and&hii s ,Nv'lT7'V6&5om' 5 7-" is $S0100'il ers; $5ao.00niH -
p.m~niaSe & a'iC aske'tj 'p iW' 'members. Phone 678-2615 fr
needles much as the Native instructions.
Americans did in times past. Joe Weave a Christmas Basket,
Stoy shares this intricate art in Sat., Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to 3
two sessions. Fee is $30.00 p.m.-Connie Swanger teaches
members; $35.00 non-members. a modem practical update of the
Beginning Soap Making, traditional art of basket weav-
Sat., Nov. 19 from 9 am to 12 ing. There are three pattern
p.m.-This is a hands on class in choices. View them at the muse-
soap making. Learn all the um prior to class or phone for
basics from professional soap details. Price range $10 to $32.
maker Monique Taylor and pro- Basket will be on display at the
duce a batch of soap as it was museum. Phone 678-2615 or
made by the pioneers. Fee is come in for details.


School Announcements

CHS pancake breakfast
The Crestview High School Chorus will be hosting a pancake breakfast on
Saturday, Nov. 12 from 7-10 a.m. in the school cafeteria. Breakfast consists of
pancakes, sausage, juice, milk and/or coffee. The entertainment for this event
will be provided by the CHS chorus, which will include a taste of the holi-
days.
Tickets for this event will go on sale Nov. 4. The price will be $6 for adults
& students grades 6 -12, and $2 for any child up to grade 5. All tickets can be
purchased from a Crestview High chorus member or they may be purchased
at the door.
Please come out for breakfast and entertainment, ahd let CHS help you
get into the holiday spirit.
National Education Week Nov. 14-18
Walker Elementary School will be observing National Education Week
with an Open House Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 6-7 p.m. Leaders as Readers will
take place Friday, Nov. 18.
More Walker News? School holidays include Veterans Day Nov. 11 and
the Thanksgiving Break from Nov. 23-25. Students will focus on the four food
groups and the food pyramid in the month of November, so help your child
make good, healthy food choices.
Symposium series at UWF
John C. Pace Jr. Symposium Series 2005-06 offerings:
"Speak of Me As I Am" by actor/producer Thom Gossom Jr. (Tapestry
Theatre), Nov. 4,5 and 6 in the UWF Mainstage Theater. It is a one-act play
with Gossom playing 9 characters. Times to be announced.
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, observed through words, song and
dance Jan; 15 at 7 p.m. in the UWF Music Hall.



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Oklahoma! at The Arts Center of OWC


he award-win-
ning, landmark
m u s i c al
Oklahoma! is coming to
town, playing Monday,
Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m., only
at The Arts Center at
Okaloosa-Walton
College.
This is the sparkling
new touring production
of the show that changed
the American musical
forever, originally writ-
ten by the legendary
composers and writers
Rodgers &
Hammerstein. Now, on
the heels of the wildly-
acclaimed London and
Broadway revivals, this
show has won the hearts
of a new 'generation of
theatergoers.
Oklahoma! was
Rodgers &
THammersterin's


On Nov. 28 The Arts Center at Okaloosa-Walton
College will present the musical Oklahomal at
7:30 p.m.


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tion and
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CITY OF CRESTVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE OF ZONING MAP
CHAJNGEI ANI
SIVE PLAN AMENDMENT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida Statutes
and Land Use Regulations of the City Code and Operating
Policies thereto that the Local Planning Agency will conduct a
public hearing on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida to consider and make recommendations to the City
Council regarding a request for Rezoning and Comprehensive
Plan Amendments for:

(LPA Number 05-58) submitted by McElroy Wise
Development, LLC, property owner, by Robert E. McElroy,
Managing Member. The application requests Rezoning from
Commercial District (C-l) to Multi-Family Dwelling District
(R-2) and Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change Future
Land Use Category from Commercial (C) to Medium Density
Residential (MDR) for 13.66 acres, located in Section 29,
Township 3 North, Range 23 West, Okaloosa County, Florida.

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments and
make decisions regarding the above matter. The application and
location map is available for public inspection during normal
business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City
Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written com-
ments to the Administrative Services Department prior to the
hearing or both regarding the request.

Any person requiring a special accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact
the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calen-
dar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech
impaired, please contact the City Clerk's office at the above
number.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing, such person will need a record of the proceeding
and, for such purpose, such person may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


their most innovative.
This musical provides a
rare opportunity to see
Agnes DeMille's full
"dream ballet" and also
features "Oh, What a
Beautiful Mornin',"
"People Will Say We're
In Love," and other clas-.
sics.
This Oklahoma! has
won a special Pulitzer
Prize, two Academy
Awards, an honorary
Grammy and a special
Tony Award. The New
York Post said, "Four
Stars! Oh what a beauti-
ful musical! Spanking-
new and gleaming, this
Oklahoma! is both a rein-
vention and a discov-
ery!" George Will of
ABC-TV said, "If this
doesn't make your pulse


race, you have no
pulse...we the living are
delighted that the musi-
cal Oklahoma! has been
revived."
Tickets are $40; to pur-
chase, call The Arts
Center box office at 729-
6000 or purchase online
at www.owc.edu/arts.
Oklahoma! is part of the
2005-2006 Broadway
Series at The Arts Center.
Call or check the web site
for information on: Babes
In Toyland, Dec. 15; In the
Mood, Jan. 26; Momix,
Feb. 18; 42nd Street,
March 15; and Thoroughly
Modern Millie, April 1.
The Arts Center is
located on the Niceville
campus of OWC at 100
College Blvd. between
Hwy. 85 and Hwy. 285.


CITY OF CRESTVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE OF ANNEXATION,

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT AND ZONING

ASSIGNMENT

-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida Statutes
and Land Use Regulations and Operating Policies thereto that
the Local Planning Agency will conduct a public hearing on
Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida to con-
sider and make recommendations to the City Council regarding
annexation, comprehensive plan and zoning petitions:

(LPA Number 05-59) submitted by Lawrence L. DiAmco and
wife, Billie J. DiAmco and George Jeffery Davis and wife Deicy
A. Davis, property owners. The application seeks annexation
of the South 275 feet of Lot 13, and all of Lot 14, Tract 25 of
Kennedy Lakes, unrecorded plat, lying contiguous to the corpo-
rate limits of Crestview, Florida located in the Section 12,
Township 3 North, Range 24 West, Okaloosa County as shown
in the map in this advertisement. Applicant seeks assignment of
zoning designation of Single Family Dwelling District (R-l)
Zoning and comprehensive plan amendment for Low Density
Residential Future Land Use Category (LDR).

The Agency will evaluate potential land use category, zoning,.
infrastructure requirements, fire hydrants, parks and recreation,
utilities, the relevance of acceptance and development of land
and potential property tax assessment benefit to the City.

Annexation and zoning petitions pertaining to LPA Number 05-
59 be made available for public inspection during normal busi-
ness hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written com-
ments to the Administrative Services Department prior to the
hearing or both regarding the annexation and zoning requests.

Any person requiring a special accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the
City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar
days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech impaired,
please contact the City Clerk's office at the above number.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect, to
any matter considered at such meeting; such person will need a
record of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.


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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2005


Knights of Columbus spelling bee winners


Community Announcements


Crestview's Knights of
Columbus Council 7968 recently
held its annual spelling bee at
Baker High School. Competing
were 505 contestants from


grades 5 through 10. Winners in
each level received a $50 savings
bond and a first place ribbon.'
Winners in each level will com-
pete in the district spelling bee


to be held in Okaloosa County
in November. Regional competi-
tion winners will advance to the
Florida State competition to be
held in Orlando in January.


EVENTS
BAKER HERITAGE & FOLK FESTIVAL: The Baker
Heritage and Folk Festival will be held at 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Baker Block.Museum at the intersec-
tion of Highways 4 and 189.
Activities will include shingle making, turpentine tools,
quilting, flint knapping, Civil War reenactors, buggy rides,
children's activities, antique cars and other old-time demon-
strations. Several local authors will be on hand with area his-
tory books. Barbecue, boiled peanuts and other food items will
be available. Local gospel and bluegrass bands will provide
music.
Bring a lawn chair and the entire family. Admission is free.
Call 537-5714 or email bakermuseum@aol.com for informa-
tion.
WINE TASTING: On Sunday, Nov. 15 from 3 to 5 p.m.,
the TradeWinds Restaurant will host a wine tasting to benefit
The Heritage Museum of northwest Florida. The $25 fee
includes hors d'oeuvres, wine sampling, and a souvenir com-
memorative wine glass. Your favorite wines available for pur-
chase. The event is co-sponsored by Southern Wine and
Spirits, and Transatlantic Wines.
Tickets are on sale at TradeWinds, 205 Government Ave.
in Niceville, and at The Heritage Museum, 115 Westview
Ave., Valparaiso. Contact Annette Brabham at 850-729-8711
for information.


COATS FOR KIDS AT CHRISTMAS: The United Way
of Okaloosa-Walton Counties, A&A Transfer, and Storage,
and Bangkok Cleaners have begun their support of the 2005
Coats for Kids at Christmas drive.
Coat boxes have already been placed in participating local
banks, and the boxes will remain in the locations until Dec. 1.
To participate, drop off used coats (good condition), or new
coats at the following businesses: AmSouth Bank, Compass
Bank, First National Bank of Crestview, Gulf Power, Regions
Bank, Vanguard Bank, BankTrust Bank, Beach Community
Bank, City of Niceville Library, First City Bank, People's First
Community Bank, SunTrust Bank.
Coats will be picked up and delivered to Bangkok
Cleaners in Fort Walton Beach for cleaning. United Way agen-
cies will then distribute the coats to any child at no cost to the
family. For more information, call the United Way at 243-
0315. Last year, over 1,600 coats were cleaned and distributed
to man families throughout the community.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
THE FREE ZONE: The Free Zone is an after-school pro-
gram designed to serve young people ages 9-17.
The Free Zone is located at 1905 Martin Luther King
Blvd., Apt. A2, Crestview, FL, and operating hours are Mon.,
Wed., and Fridays from 2:30-5:30 p.m. For registration infor-
mation please contact the Free Zone at 850-423-7103.


Marriage Licenses


8/19: Daniel Adam Kenton, 22,
and Christie Ann Woodbury, 22,
both of Crestview.
9/4: Samuel Joseph Steele Jr., 21,
and Casey Moriah' Dickinson, 19,
both of Crestview.
9/5: Stephen Shane Mikels, 32,
and Dorinda Raquel Hemandez,
23, both of Crestview.
9/29: Arlie Deaune Campbell,
57, and Angela Lynne Pallister, 51,
both of Crestview.
10/7: Dennis Rex McLelland, 50,
and Terri Jean Lawson, 47, both of
Baker.


10/8: Scott Lee Bayless, 30, and
Michele Marie Ryan, 23, both of
Crestview. William Anthony
Snow, 21, of Baker, and Lariah
Leigh Myrick, 21, of Holt.
10/13: Darrell Isaac Coleman,
23, of Crestview, and Chevon
Lanette Corlew, 26, of Norco, Calif.
10/17: Jesse Joseph Winn, 26,
and Brandie Marie Lunger, 26,
both of Crestview. *, Joshua' Roy
Luke, 22, of Laurel Hill, and
Kristin Anne Rodgers, 22, of
SCrestview.
10/20: Jeffry Allen Christ, 43,


and Mary Tolita Holland, 37, both
of Crestview. Charles Russell
Boykin, 30, of Crestview, and
Candice Ann Brown, 26, of Laurel
Hill.
10/21: Nelson Terence Bryant
Jr., 22, of Fort Walton Beach, and
Delilah Gladys Dawkins, 20, of
Crestview. Nathan Allen Baker,
26, and Rachel Elizabeth
Campbell, 24, both of Crestview.
10/24: Peter Louis Ulrich, 35,
and Marie Faircloth Lowmiller, 36,
both of Crestview.


Christmas parade signup for Main Street event


The Main Street Crestview
Association and the City of
Crestview proudly announce
the 2005 Downtown Crestview
Christmas parade. The event
will begin Saturday, Dec. 3 at
5:30 p.m., and follow the tradi-
tional (south to north) route
through downtown Crestview.


The parade theme this year is
"Christ-The Light of
Christmas."
- Parade entry registration
forms can be picked up at the
director's office in the west
wing of City Hall at 198 N.
Wilson Street., The Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce,


The Tanning & Hair Center,
Quick Print, Window Fashions,
the Crestview News Bulletin,
and the Northwest Florida
Daily News. Forms must be
completed and turned in at the
Main Street Crestview director's
office before 5 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 15.


First three place winners in Level 2, 7th and 8th grade, were Kendall Armstrong, Justin Terry and
Ashleigh Holovak (photo submitted).


Nov. 11 last day to sign up for Angel Tree program


There are a few days left to
sign up for the Salvation Army
Angel Tree program, open to
Okaloosa County residents by
appointment only.
..._.SignupJwiUll. heaeldNov. 7-
4'I with- the- following require-
getiets:
Clients must call to sched-


ule an appointment
Client must apply in per-
son for food and toy assistance
Toy assistance is for chil-
dren 12 and under
so .....Qis*ieL^,MUSIJgin.,fhe
.. fallowingv, documentationn, ..to
their scheduled appointment:
Picture I.D., Social Security


Cards for all members of the
household, Birth Certificates for
all children 12 years and under,
proof of income (pay stubs),
Proof of expenses (current bills).
... Please. call .((50)243-4531 to
iiak'ai appolitme-eni as so6n ias
l;osibk :; ,. ,.: ;


A Mysterious Clarity on exhibit


through December 1 at OWC


Level 3, 9th and 10th grade, winners were Presley Maki, (2nd year in a row winner), Chandra
Persatd 'and Robbie McMahon (photo submitted).
/ ., .

v-:i After 21 years of public service to the citizens of the
S; State of Florida as a prosecuting attorney

Warren K. Geissel
Attorney at Law
has entered the private practice of
law. In addition to his extensive
courtroom experience in criminal
: onsltaions law as an Assistant State Attorney,
.'and Warren has served as an adjunct
professor of criminal, business and
real estate law at Okaloosa Walton
"r V College and has been a member of
theFlorida Bar for over 22 years.
If you need legal counsel or
assistance, please call:

(850) 598-3330
for a FREE CONSULTATION.
Consultations available in Crestview, Destin, DeFuniak Springs
and Shalimar after hours and on weekends.


Main Office:
420 East Pine Avenue
Crestview, FL 32536 Fax: (850) 682-8343


Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 269
Shalimar, FL 32579


A Mysterious Clarity is an
exhibition of paintings by three
landscape artists (Ray Burggraf,
Mark Messersmith and Lillian
Garcia-Roig) who came to
Florida from very different
artistic backgrounds to teach
painting at Florida State
University. Their ideas con-
verge when they intend to bring
the viewer to their view of
nature as something found still
relatively unspoiled -but frag-


ile and endangered.
Reluctantly, it reveals its mys-
teries in a few precious
moments of clarity of vision.
Chimera features collage by
Victoria Skinner of Lake Worth,
Florida, who uses paper as a
portal into mysterious and
bizarre settings. Her collages
seem to entail conflicts between
the characters which create the
illusion that they are on center
stage during a surrealistic play,


leaving viewers with a subtle
unsettling curiosity for her
works.
The paintings will be on dis-
play through December 1st.
The Arts Center Galleries are
located on the Niceville campus
of OWC and are open Monday
to Thursday from 9am to 4pm
and Saturday lpm-4pm. For
more information, contact the
galleries at 850-729-6044 or go
online at www.owc.edu/arts.


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First three place winners of Level 1, 5th and 6th grade, were Amanda Ramella, Anthony Remmers
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CAC's fifth birthday includes dedication of new garden


The Emerald Coast
Children's Advocacy Center,
Inc. celebrated its fifth birthday
on Oct. 21, 2005. The CAC was
built with community efforts, by
a capital campaign that enabled
the CAC to open its' door in the
year 2000.
Local citizens, CAC employ-
ees, volunteers, board members
and donors celebrated this
birthday with refreshments
made by CAC volunteers and a
cake donated by Publix in Ft
Walton Beach. The Niceville
Chamber of Commerce also
came out to celebrate the birth-
day by hosting a ribbon cutting
ceremony and Phase I unveiling
of the new Children's Garden.
At the ribbon cutting ceremo-
ny, the current CAC Board
President, Coy Blevins, intro-
duced Julie Hurst, CAC
Executive Director. Hurst led the
ceremony by honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Burke with a plaque read-
ing "Welcome to the Burkes
Children's Garden". The Burkes
have been generous donors to
the CAC and to the Children's
Garden, and Kelly Burke cur-
rently serves on the CAC Board
of Trustees.
After the ribbon cutting cere-
mony, Coy Blevins and Billy
Deames, immediate past board
president, announced exciting
news for the CAC Endowment
Program. The organization has
received an anonymous dona-
tion in the form of real estate
property. The property is to be
sold and the proceeds will go to
the Endowment Program with
the intention of reenergizing the
program. The Endowment
Program was established sever-
al years ago with the goal of


A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to open the CAC's Burke's Children's Garden at the center
(photo submitted).. ..W


$4,000,000.00 to be raised. This
anonymous donation will add
upwards to $500,000.00 to this
fund.
The generous, anonymous'
donors are very active citizens in
the community and have made
donations to several civic, chari-
table and religious causes. Their
request with this donation was
that the CAC Board should
honor Julie Hurst, executive
director, in a special way. The
CAC Board of Directors voted to
dedicate the CAC facility to Ms.
Hurst, whose efforts have been
selflessly dedicated to the safety
and protection of children. The
CAC board also commissioned
an artist to paint a portrait of
Ms. Hurst, which will be dis-
played in a prominent place at


the CAC, pay-
ing homage to a
compassionate
and tireless
leader.
A plaque
reading "This
facility is dedi-
cated to Julie
Hurst, ECCAC's
first Executive
Director, whose
spirit and devo-
tion to children
inspire us all to
'Stop the Hurt'
of child abuse"
will be dis-
played under
Ms. Hurst's por-
trait. (story sub-
mitted)


City of Crestview
building permits
10/24: Johnny Wilkinson, 498 Brock
Avenue. Reroof/metal by Clarke B.
Barefield Jr., $3,000. James Wilhelm,
1451 S. Ferdon Blvd. Repair existing
gas line by Wetless Plumbing, $200. *
Pete Colclasure, 5361 Shoffner Blvd.
Four snipe signs by owner.
10/25: Jeff Crawford, 425 Whirlaway
Court. Install inground swimming pool
by Anglo Pools, $21,000.
10/27: Gary Hall, 211 Brittany Lane.
Reroof/shingles by owner, $1,400. *
JME Development, 475 Wingard Street.
New single-family residence by JME
Development, $90,000.* TCB Builders,
152, 154 and 156 PatcR ,venup. .eNy
single family residences by TCB
Builders, $85,000 each. Ruth
Santiago, 120 Nicole Lane. Reroof/shin-
gles/storm damage by Providence
Roofing, $7,400. Christ Family Church,
201 Stillwell Blvd. Interior renovation by
owner, $20,000.
10/28: LCG Crestview, 3375 Ferdon
Blvd. Interior buildout by WAM
Construction, $40,000. Knights of
Columbus, 701 E. Hwy. 90. 12 snipe
signs by owner. Aja Honeywell, 217
Secretariat Drive. Hurricane shutter
installation by Folkers Window
Company, $1,400. Remy Kublik, 112
Nicole Lane. Hurricane shutter installa-
tion by Folkers Window Company,
$1,000. Debra Rivera, 102 Louise
Drive. Patio cover installation by Do It
Yourself Screen, $1,600. Joe Maran,
1219 Ego Drive. Wood Shadowbox by
Niceville Fence Co., $2,486. Leslie
Snyder, 1746 N. Pearl Street. Alarm
system installation by ADT, $300. Ken
Couch, 311 Riverchase Blvd. Alarm sys-
tem installation by ADT, $300. 'Zachary
King, 321 Lakeview Drive. Alarm system
installation by ADT, $300. Diane
Knotts, 139 Cabana Way. Alarm system
installation by ADT, $300:. Kevin
Lowans, 109 Aqua Drive. Alarm system
installation by ADT, $300. Brendan
Ryan, 315 Egan Drive. Alarm system
installation by ADT, $300. Matthew
Marier, 125 Nicole Lane. Reroof/shin-


gles by McCallister Custom Building,
$7,013.
10/31: Ramco-Gershenson, 2493,
2495, and 2497 S. Ferdon Blvd. Install
lawn sprinkler by Cedar Oak
Landscaping, $2,400.

Okaloosa County
building permits
10/21: Edward Nobles, 5137
Palmetto Avenue, Crestview. Plumbing
by homeowner. Douglas and Margie
Brooks, 1831 Milligan Avenue, Baker.
Electrical by Ates Electric Company. --
Charles Szydlowski, 4156 Painter
Branch Road,- restview- Electrical by
homeowner., KGIL DevRlopment, ,476
Shoal' ,Lake 'Cirple, Crestview.
Burglar/fire' aam by ADT Security
Services. HLOT UIL Family Ltd Ptr,
1148 Blackberry Circle, Holt. Irrigation
by Jerry Duncan. Holiday Builders, 85
Navajo Trace, Crestview. Gas by
Amerigas. Schweizer Family, 6358
Lake Ella Road, Crestview. Gas by
Amerigas. Charles and Carole Clary,
5474 Griffith Mill Road, Baker. Gas by
Amerigas. Daoud Khader, 5130 Lake
Drive, Crestview. Mechanical by Gordon
A/C & Associates. Michael Steinkraus,
4638 Scarlet Drive East, Crestview.
Door change out by CTG
Improvements.
10/24: Okaloosa Comm. Dev. Corp.,
4611 & 4609 Bobolink Way, Crestview.
Mechanical by Oglesby Heating &.A/C.
Bob Lovering, 3152 Forrest Avenue,
Crestview. Mechanical by David
Padgett's Cool & Heat. Dustria
Dempsey, 6276 Misty Lane, Crestview.
Mechanical by David Padgett's Cool &
Heat. Fred Mason, 5455 Clint Mason
Road, Crestview. Mechanical by David
Padgett's Cool & Heat.
Jeremy Stewart Construction, 1529
Long Needle Court, Baker. Electrical by
Gaskin Electric, plumbing by Skip's
Plumbing & Repair Services. Scott
Garver, 4280 Sam Jordan Road,
Crestview. Plumbing by homeowner. *
Watree Construction & Land
Development, 2864 Soles Lane,
Crestview. Plumbing by Skip's Plumbing


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Ridge Road, Crestview. Plumbing by
Skip's Plumbing. Lisa Oglesby, 3051
James Lee Blvd. E., Crestview.
Plumbing, mobile home unit by CJ's
Mobile Services. Dixie Powell, 2033
James lee Blvd., W., Crestview.
Mechanical by Bumham Mobile Homes.
* Jack & Amy Morrell, 5742 Penny
Creek Road, Holt. Electrical by home-
owner. 3-D Construction, 107 Par
Court, Crestview. Burglar/fire alarm by
Suncoast Security. Malcolm Spears,
2614 Brodie Lane, Crestview.
Burglar/fire alarm by Suncoast Security.
* Okaloosa Community Development
Corp.,. 4621. Bobolink .Way~,Crestview.
Plumbing by,,fajthb, cbanical,, ,SpoliPl
Construction, 3506 Shirey Court,
Crestview. Plumbing by Faith
Mechanical. Curtis and Rebecca
Rooks, 5950 Anglin Lane, Crestview.
Mechanical by Atlantic Service Supply.
* Douglas and Margie Brooks, 1827
Milligan Avenue, Baker. Mechanical by
Pollock's Heating & A/C. Daniel
Spears, 2686 Shoffner Avenue,
Crestview. Mechanical by American
Res. Services. Matthew Madel, 346
John King Road, Crestview. Electrical
by homeowner. Gerald Brooks, 5693
Gerald Brooks Road, Baker. Electrical
and plumbing by homeowner. Donald
Cunard, 5790 Hwy. 393, Crestview.
Electrical by homeowner.
10/25: Jerry and Carolyn Briggs,
4364 Cooper Lane, Holt. Mechanical
by Hilton's HVAC. James Lawson,
5817 Roberts Road, Crestview.
Mechanical by Hilton's HVAC. MTP
Properties, 2925 Chantey Street,
Crestview. Mechanical by Hilton's
HVAC. Kevin Josey, 2821 Silverhill
Road, Crestview. Mechanical by
Hilton's HVAC. Lee Bogan Sr., 1212
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview. Demolition
by McCullough Plumbing, Electric &
Heat. Wesley and Kelly Greene, 6597
Old River Road, Baker. Electrical and
mechanical by Crestview Electric Co. *
David Smith Development, 4472.
Goldfinch Way, and 4646 Falcon Way,
Crestview. Mechanical by Crestview
Electric Co. Campbell Construction &


Development, 6458 Moonlight Lane,
Crestview. Electrical by King Electric. *
J&J Builders, 5160, 5158, and 5162
Lake Drive, Crestview. Mechanical and
electrical by King Electric. Ladon
Dewrell, 4094 Cooper Lane, Holt.
Mechanical and electrical by King
Electric. Okaloosa Commercial
Development Corp., 4611, 4613, and
4615 Bobolink Way, Crestview.
Electrical by American Electric Service.
* Ronald and Julie Shumway, 800 Hwy.
C-180, Baker. Plumbing by Faith
Mechanical. Solid Construction, 3512
Shirey Court, Crestview. Plumbing by
Amore Plumbing Co.
10/31: Dallas Jr. and, Krisin
jReddick, 6016 Dorchester. Jaegs,
Crestview. Plumbing by Lee Byrd
Plumbing. David & Lisa Rose. 336
John King Road, Crestview. Reroof. *
Edward and Dixie Corbett, 3935
Chambray Road, Crestview. Plumbing
by CJ's Mobile Home Services. Gary
and Tracy McMorrow, 1001 Industrial
Blvd., Crestview. General repair by 2nd
Generation Contracting. Jennifer &
Jeremy Kiel, 4727 Whitewater Lane,
Crestview. Plumbing by Faith
Mechanical. Tim Tarpley
Construction, 2881 Second Avenue,
Crestview. Mechanical and electrical
by King Electric. Alan and Judith
Hottel, 1978 Hidden Springs Drive,
Baker. Mechanical by Crestview
Electric Co. Solid Construction, 2161
Hagood Loop, Crestview. Plumbing by
Amore Plumbing.
11/1: Carlton and Paula
Goldbaugh, 1621 Eunice Lane, Baker.
Detached garage/all carports by
Custom Outdoor Living. Billy Ziglar,
5477 Elzie Road, Baker. Reroof by
homeowner. Robert and Alice
Makowski, 257 Wedgewood Lane,
Crestview. Irrigation by Jerry Duncan. *
Holden Ventures, 1002-and 1004
Stanley Lane, Baker. Single family
dwelling by Harlan Parr Construction. *
Wiley and Audrey Shirey, 3123 Gibbs
Drive, Crestview. Single family dwelling
by homeowner. Solid Construction,
3500 Shirey Court, Crestvlew.
Mechanical by John Boutwell.


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BY JOHN PARROTT



Skyrocketing health


costs affect active &


retired servicemen


All across the Gulf Coast,
military retirees are seeing
something they were once
promised would not happen.
They are being denied hospital
and pharmacy privileges and'
this has angered them.
Regardless of the rhetoric,
the military retiree is getting
the shaft at the expense of
exploding medical costs.
The cost of a single night's
stay in a military hospital in
1983 was about $180.00. Today
that fee has exploded to nearly
$23,000 per night, and this is
bankrupting the Department of
Defense's stated ability to pro-
vide the American fighting'
man and woman with first.
class medical attention.
In 2001 military health costs
totaled $18 billion. Today it is
$42 billion, and according to
Dr. William Winkenwerder Jr.,
assistance Secretary of Defense
for Health Affairs, the cost will
likely exceed $60 billion within
the next five years.
Winkenwerder, in a DOD
American Press Service inter-
view dated Oct. 19, also said,
"The increase in health care
cost is not unique to the mili-
tary. What is unique for us is
the goal to provide world-class
medical care for all those who
have served and continue to
serve our country."
One of the underlying fac-.
tors of sharply rising medical
costs are military retirees who
benefit from cradle-to-the-
grave medical attention.
In fiscal 2002 68 percent of
the budget was spent on pay-
ing for retirees' health care, and
in fiscal 2007 it will be 73 per-
cent.
It isn't just the military
retiree force, which grows old,


and larger every year by 11 per-
cent; it is also rapidly rising
pharmacy costs, and the inabil-
ity of military services to attract
and retain highly qualified
medical personnel, that adds to
the problem.
However, one thing is cer-
tain. The uniformed services
are going to suffer if this trend
continues .
Those medical ,personnel
who remain on active duty are
becoming increasingly:frustrat-
ed by the constant demands of
deployment, and .in many
stateside military' hospitals,
standard services have been
scaled back because doctors
and professional staff are being
continually rotated in and out
of deployment.
Adding to the difficulty,
medical scholarship programs
are being passed up because
doctors are not willing to go
into the military and have to
face constant demands of
deployment and interruption
of their practices.
Also on the horizon is the
specter of the Avaria pandemic.
Should such an outbreak occur,
Winkenwerder said, about 2.5
million courses of Tamiflu will
be available within the next
several months. He warned,
"We don't know how effective
this'will be, -especially if it
mutates,"
On' the plus side,
Winkenwerder praised the mil-
itary medical force's response
to.natural disaster here in this
country. and abroad, saying,
"The Military Health System
demonstrates substantial and
unique capabilities for humani-
tarian operations, but under
the present scheme it can't last
forever."


Local C-141 Starlifter aircrews

say farewell to jet age workhqre
Forty years ago, in the wounded to state side military
steamy jungles of Vietnam, a hospitals and in addition they
new type of cargo aircraft was carried hundreds of millions
introduced. It became a stellar pounds of cargo to South East
performer during its career, but Asia. Since 2002, the aircraft
sadly today, 40 years later it is have transported more than 70
being retired. percent of the sick, injured or
That aircraft is the Lockheed wounded outof the Middle East
C-141 Starlifter. Designed to along with 90 thousand tons of
meet a US Air Force requirement cargo.
for a large troop-carrying air- It is estimated that this
craft with global range, the C- aging, but versatile trooper have
141 could hold up to 154 troops flown over a billion air miles
or 123 paratroopers. and her only drawback was the
The new aircraft proved very noise and voracious fuel
useful in Vietnam, but the Air appetite.
Force soon realized that the C- "It was a dream to fly," said
141 was capable of carrying retired Baker resident Ed Paulk,
much greater loads than could "and my only problem was that
physically fit within the aircraft. high pitched interior whine".
Lockheed was then contracted "I liked the airplane well
to convert some 270 aircraft to enough, and for a navigator
the C-141B standard with a fuse- everything was in easy reach,"
lage extension and in-flight refu- said Bob Ashford, of Crestview.
eling capability. She was also the Two highly specialized air-
first jet powered cargo aircraft to craft are replacing the Starlifter
enter the US Air Force inventory, the C-17A Globenaster 111, and
At the start, the Starlifter was the C-5 Galaxy.
plagued with a host of unrelated After Sept. 30, wing air-
mechanical problems, but once crews -will continue flying C-
they were sorted out the aircraft 141s, mostly inside the borders
became one of the most depend- of the continental United States,
able of its generation. until spring of 2006 when the
During the Vietnam War, last C-141 will fly out of the Air
C-141 Starlifter evacuated nearly Force inventory and into avia-
three hundred thousand combat tion history books,


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T things associated with
happiness can turn
sour. The writer of the
Book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon,
uses the word "vanity" to
describe the sourness. "Vanity
of vanities, saith the Preacher,
vanity of vanities; all is vanity"
(Ecclesiastes 1:2). Many of the
things that we so anxiously
strive for (success, money,
friends, pleasure, social life,
loved ones, health, sex, material
things and status symbols)
somehow do not bring the plea-
sure that we had expected in
our mad search to walk down
the road of happiness. One can
have all these things and not be
happy, if his or her capacity to
receive these things in the right
way is destroyed.
Our God is a happy God. '
There has never been a time
when He wasn't happy. One
might question this by mention-
ing the times when He was
grieved and the time when His
Son, the Lord Jesus Christ,
hung upon the Cross. The
answers to these objections may
be found in the Word of God.
Our God is not like us. We read
descriptions of God that
include bodily parts, such as
His arm. These are "anthropo-
morphisms." We read about
feelings that God has, that are
likened to our feelings.
Anthropomorphisms are the
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The way to happiness thing, but by an act
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should daim this
ascription of brought Him both sadness and promise from God.this
human feel- satisfaction. Second, when boredom and
ings to some- God is never uptight, restlessness set in, even when
thing not caught off guard, frustrated, good things are happening, we
human. This foiled, chagrined, or beaten. should recognizing are hatng, we
holy Being, He is perfectly and continually ns have wondered from
"God," is happy. Nothing the Devil, or Christ, for God will keep a
capable of demons, or humans can do can person "in perfect pae
ing simulta- shake God's perfect equilibri- person "in perfect peace,
t are opposite um. Since He, in all His full- whose mind is stayed on
,d's Holy ness, in the Person of His Holy (Him): because he trusteth in
ved, but He Spirit, comes into the heart of (Him)" (Isaiah 26:3). This is
filled with joy. each one that believes on en stuall fsl urativel
of the nine- Christ as Savior, be assured, and shake e ourselves to awakenl
spirit is joy. the Spirit comes into a person and shake ourselves to awaken
the Spirit comes into a person out of the trance, into which
he Spirit is bringing His joy. When we are Satanhas led us, an d then get
)ngsuffering, not perfectly happy, we are out Satan masld us,andthen g
ess, faith, o the wi of God. Becoming a our minds back on the Lord:
dance" ofthe will ofGodh, Becoming a Third, we should ask God
toCThrerisstian,tho does not
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H n o guarantee happiness. It only Who always produces joy. We
God the guarantees the possibility of too, can experience simultane-
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I with a loud "And we know that all things same time, because we know.
Eli, lama work together for good to that we are wrapped up in the
t is to say, them that love God, to them love of our Heavenly Father.
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CITY OF CRESTVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

NOTICE OF ANNEXATION,

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT AND ZONING
ASSIGNMENT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida Statutes
and Land Use Regulations and Operating Policies thereto that
the Local Planning Agency will conduct a public hearing on
Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida to con-
sider and make recommendations to the City Council regarding
annexation, comprehensive amendment and zoning petitions:

(LPA Number 05-57) submitted by Southern Boys Investment
Group, LLC, by John L. Rocker, Managing Member, as agent for
the property owners. The application seeks annexation of 20
acres lying contiguous to the corporate limits of Crestview,
Florida, located in the Section 7, Township 3 North, Range 23
,.PWe.l 9osa County, as shown in ta pi,g 1ts advertise-
ment: Applicant requests- comprehensive plan amendmenit'and
rezoning from Low Density Residential Future Land Use
Category (LDR) and Residential Suburban Single Zoning to.
Mixed Use Future Land Use Category (MU) with appropriate
Zoning. The applicant also requests comprehensive plan
amendment and rezoning of 23 acres lying in the corporate lim-
its of Crestview, Florida located in the Section 7, Township 3
North, Range 23 West, Okaloosa County, as shown in the map in
this advertisement, be changed from Low Density Residential
Future Land Use Category (LDR) and Single Family Dwelling
District Zoning to Mixed Use Future Land Use Category (MU)
with appropriate Zoning; and 20 acres lying in the corporate
limits of Crestview, Florida located in the Section 7, Township 3
North, Range 23 West, Okaloosa County, as shown in the map in
this advertisement, be changed from Commercial Future Land.
Use Category (C) and Commercial District Zoning to Mixed Use.
Future Land Use Category (MU) with appropriate Zoning.

The Agency will evaluate potential land use category, zoning,
infrastructure, requirements, fire hydrants, parks and recreation,
utilities, the relevance of acceptance and development of land
and potential property tax assessment benefit to the City.

Annexation and zoning petitions pertaining to LPA Number 05-
57 be made available for public inspection during normal busi-
ness hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written com-
ments to the Administrative Services Department prior to the
hearing or both regarding the annexation and zoning requests.

Any person requiring a special accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the
City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar
days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech impaired,
please contact the City Clerk's office at the above number.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to
any matter considered at such meeting; such person will need a
record of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.


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public hearing on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 6:00 p.m. in
the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida to consider and make recommendations to the City
Council regarding a request for Rezoning and Comprehensive
Plan Amendments for:

A Comprehensive Plan Amendment requested by the City of
Crestview to correct a scrivener error in the Future Land Use
Map showing approximately 7 acres in the Public Land (PL)
Category to be changed to the Industrial Category (IN) located
in Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 23 West., City of
Crestview, Okaloosa County, Florida.

(LPA Number 05-52) submitted by Crestview Developers,
Inc., property owner, by Richard Funk, President. The applica-
tion requests Rezoning and Comprehensive Plan Amendment to
change the Future Land Use Categories and the Zoning for the
following parcels, all of which are located in Section 18,
Township 3 North, Range 23 West, City of Crestview, Okaloosa
County, Florida. Said Parcels being listed as:
a,) 8.7 acre parcel changing from Commercial (toMixed
S....;Use bL;$f from Commercial District (C-1) to bhe appropriate mixed use
zoning;
b.) 1.3 acre parcel changing from Industrial (IN) to Mixed
Use Future Land Use Category (MU) and a zoning change
from Industrial District (M-l) to the appropriate mixed use
zoning;
c.) 8.4 acre parcel changing from Commercial (C) to
SMedium Density Residential Future Land Use (MDR) and a
zoning change from Commercial District (C-1) to Multi-
Family Dwelling District (R-2) Zoning;
d.) 17.6 acre parcel changing from Industrial (IN) to
Medium Density Residential Future Land Use (MDR) and a
zoning change from Industrial District (M-l) to Multi-Family
Dwelling District (R-2) Zoning;
e.) 28.26 acre parcel changing from Industrial (IN) to
Medium Density Residential Future Land Use (MDR) and a
zoning change from Industrial District (M-1) to Multi-Family
Dwelling District (R-2) Zoning.

All acreages of parcels are subject to verification by survey.
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments and
make decisions regarding the above matter. The application and
location map is available for public inspection during normal
business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City
Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written com-
ments to the Administrative Services Department prior to the
hearing or both regarding the request.
Any person requiring a special accommodation at this hearing
because of a disability or.physical impairment should contact
the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calen-
dar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or speech
impaired, please contact, the City Clerk's office at the above
-number.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing, such person will need a record of the proceeding
and, for such purpose, such person may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


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brown hair and
eyes. Owns home
and retired from US
Government. Look-
ing for nice white
small lady about
same age that has a
sense of humor and
owns home. If not,
that's okay. Send
photo, phone and a
few lines about your-
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Crestview Fl. 32536
WHITE MALE 62,
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more. Photo and
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1575, Crest-
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102
Drivers
SCHOOL BUS
DRIVERS
needed Okaloosa
Public School Sys-
tem in Crestview Fl.
Now taking applica-
tions must be 21 or
driving for 5 yrs. and
- have valid driver li-
cense. 689-7301
transportation North

104
General Help

$ ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST $
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. in this
area. Labor Find-
ers needs youl
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699
BELL RINGERS for
Christmas Season.
Apply in person @
the Salvation Army
425 Mary Esther Cut
Off Ft. Waiton
Beach.
FIELD CREW lead-
er, mih. experience
2 to 5 years, min. re-
quirements High
School for GED Fl.
class C/CDL license,
Heavy equipment
experience, pay de-
pending on experi-
ence: Excellent ben-
efit package. Please
apply in person at
Auburn Water Sys-
tem 3079 Locke
Lane Crestview FL.
32536


104
General Help

FRAMERS LA-
BORERS needed,
start ASAP. Great
work environment.
862-6440 or 803-
1934
REGISTERED DAY-
CARE has opening
for PT days and
nights Call 423-6993

GIS/CAD
SUPPORT
SPECIALIST
Choctawhatchee
Electric
Coorpertative Inc.
(CHELCO)
a,. member-owned
electric utility in
DeFuniak Springs
is accepting appli-
cation for a GIS
Support Specialist.
Must have a High
School diploma or
equivalent and at
least 2 years expe-
rience in computer
use, preferably
Computer Aided
Drafting (CAD)
and GIS mapping.
Must be able to
read and interpret
technical design
drawings for post-
ing to. the GIS
maps. Must be
able to work in a
team environment
as well as alone.
Must be able to sit
or stadm4 for ro-
longed. rods

to 25 pounds Work
hours are 8am to
5pm Monday
though Friday with
occasional over-
time.
Applications will be
accepted though
November 18 at
CHELCO's DeFu-
niak Springs office.
The application
can be accessed'
on-line at'
www.chelco.com,
click on the em-
ployment link to
complete and sub-
mit, or pick up ap-
plication at any
CHELCO OFFICE
and return to
CHELCO, Human
Resources, P.O.
Box 512 DeFuniak
Springs FL 32435,
Fax # 850-951-
2302. RESUMES
ACCEPTED ON-
LY IF ATTACHED
TO APPLICA-
TION. Drug Free
Workplace-EEO-
M/F
HELP WANTED
get paid: Viewing
ads on the Intemet.
$6,000/mo potential.
START TODAY!!!
www.ezmoney.
ontheweb.riu
NEW HOME con-
struction mainte-
nance assistant
need. Full time posi-
tion for dependable,
reliable person. Reli-
able vehicle a must.
Call 850-689-2221
P/T F/T Laborers,
operators, dump
truck drivers for
Crestview and sur-
rounding area.
Women welcome to
apply. Call (850)
537-9074 or apply at
1301-C Hwy. 90
West,' Holt. Ander-
son Columbia Co.,
Inc. (850) 537-9074
ext. 201


SEAS Quality
EnYi tal Pest

S Control
Pe. control Seces 682-5354


104
General Help
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
Crestview home re-
pair hiring hard
working roofers. All
workmen's comp


315
Business Services

A&M SEAM less
Gutter Custom fit to
your home. Miner
home repair, rea-
sonable prices 850-
758-1964/850-683-
3079


337
Concrete

CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed


340
Home Repair
HANDYMAN LIT-
TLE jobs, big jobs,
free estimates 974-
8959. If no answer
leave message

MOM


ana insurances palo. DUMP TRAILER & Insured 685-7488
Salary based, long Don't tear up your
term employment, yard or crack your DOUGLAS -
Not a "Pay by the driveway witha HENDERSON
square short term dumpster. Get a Masonry 25 years
job. 682-5529 dumpster on wheels experience Long
NOW HIRING MIG from Lawn Tek time resident of 8 0
Welders in Laurel Call Brad @ Okaloosa Co. Drive- RESTORATION OF
Hill Monday thru. 865-3266 ways patios, brick all types of build-
il Monday tru. block, stone, & stuc- ings. Residential &
Friday. Drug Free K&S CLEANING: co. 850-537-8932 / commercial. We
work place E.O.E. Homes, offices and 546-0363 comply with Florida
(850) 652-5252 construction clean- law concerning in-
ing. Licensed and in- surance & license.
108 sured. References 428-1557 890-7041.
Hotel/Motel available. 850-834-
& Restaurant 5184 leave message
CRACKER BAR- 334-504-2374
REL OF DESTIN PHOTOGRAPHY
Now hiring all posi- BY
tions. Cooks, serv- LARRY
ers, cashiers. Apply Weddings, Location
in person or call Portraits, Photo,
269-3344. Located Restoration. Very
at foot of Mid-Bay reasonable rates.
Bridge. Good bene- fotobiz4u@aol.com 340 WINDHAM CONST.
fits and up to 3 rais- 758-8987 or 682- Home Repair For all home repair,
es in 1st year. 7004 Decks, Fences,
1 A&M SEAM less Carports, Utility
110 320 Gutter Custom fit to sheds, patios, trim,
Labor Child Care your home. Miner window &door re-
P W D home repair, rea- placement, Free
HELP WANTED NEED CHILD care? sonable prices 850- estimates Good
Lawn Maintenance CPR certified rea- 758-1964/850-683-. Service. Licensed
Landscape experi- sonable, mother of 3079 and insured. Call to-
ence preferred. Will two. Will provide day! 537-8810 or
train. Crew leaderct Will provd e. wd CHUCK
- o needed oCrestview ild are fo r.. Lens l tl s n".
0re~w thome 161 TResidb~al OCdTF ,,nOp UCC
-3612 ..I epair, veneer
mercial, Honest
112 mercial, Honest stone, storm dam-
Management 325 work. References e, building decay.
anagemetDomestic available. 682-0011 age8 b g dec
850-892-7041, 428-
RETAI L/SALES or 259-6998 1557
MANAGER Ladies A CLEAN HOME is CRESTVIEW WEBB'S
Boutique Retail a happy home Refs. CARPENTRY HANDYMAN
Management experi- Call 682-6890 after Cabinets additions, HER E
Cabinets, additions, SERVICE
ence preferred. Can- 6pm. remodeling. Quality Quality home main-
didate must have an DETAILED HOUSE dependable work. tenance repairs and
outgoing and enthu- CLEANING Willpro- Custom wood work- improvements. Free
siastic attitudeand a vide cleaning prod- ing, 25 years experi- estimates. Licensed
passion for custom- ucts. Excellent local ence. Licensed and and insured. 537-
er service. Candi- references. Reason- insured.Call Wes 9955/259-6170
date must possess able. Call Sharon af 689-1575 We also
a strong ability to 218-0572. do handicap ramps RANDY LITTLE
drive sales and high
visual merchandis- IF OU need a HANDY D'S 25 PROGRESSIVE
ingskills.Please fax clean house, and years experience, PAINTING.
resumeto 850-682- live in Crestview no job too small. Interior, Exterior,
3827. Monday Frn- area. I will be happy Home repairs and Free Estimates.





Goldrush Jewery, Clocks Cuckoos Interior, exterior, NORTHWEST
day, 10am. -3pm. or to help you. Please improvements, if you Specialize in
mail to P.O. Box 584 call 533-0520 want it done call repainting. Will
Crestview Fl. 32536 3 537-9066 Pressure




755 N. Ferdon Blvd., We buy AntiqPes also P reassure FLORIDAessure
126 Watch & Clock HANDY MAN. Over washing service
Skll/Trade Reair 25 years construc- Licensed & Insured.
tion exp. 850-428- 682-7375/
NOW INTERVIEW- ALL TYPES OF 1 557 or 850-892- 240-8443.
ING for.experienced WATCH & CLOCK 7041 ,ns
Bench Jeweller. REPAIR 342
Great pay and bene- Grandfather, MIKE'GOLLES Landclearing
fits. Apply in person Mantel, Antique PAINTING
Goldrush Jewelry, Clocks Cuckoos Interior, exterior, NORTHWEST
755 N. Ferdon Blvd., We buy Antiques also Pressure FLORIDA
Crestview. and old Clocks Washing. Licensed LANDCLEARING
Call 689-1007 after & Insured. Free Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
hours 682-2844 estimates. Ph. Site-work. Licensed
682-5347. Senior and Insured 537-
337 citizen discounts. 2142


315
Business Services
MOBILE HOMES.
transports. Call 682-
2075.


Concrete

LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
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.


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J. Reyes Construction

"If you need it built,
I'm the guy!"


689-2586 or

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7 Years Experience I
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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, tractor work and
carpentry work of
any type, including
vinyl siding 682-
1045, daytime 682-
2880 after 5:30, Cell
978-0363


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355
Sewing &
Alterations

SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245

360
Miscellaneous

PHOTOGRAPHY
BY Larry.
Weddings, location
portraits, photo re-
storation very rea-
sonable rates
fotobiz4u@aol.com
758-8987 or 682-
7004

SEASONED FIRE-
,WOOD for sale and
, inling .Laurel Hill

SHOPPING SERV-
ICE for you, grocer-
ies gift, anything le-
gal we shop and de-
liver 652-2968 ask
for Susan 9 am to
5pm.


CLEARING
demolition.
682-2075.


452
Apartments

PAN


General Manager

Assistant Managers
SDeFuniak Springs
Crestview &.
Ft. Walton Beach Area

1 YEAR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Benefits & Compensation Include:
* Very competitive salary (22K to 35K)
* Family Friendly environment
* Sensible hours of operations
* 50 hour work weeks with 2 days off
* Awesome benefits include BCBS Health Insurance,
Dental Plan, 2 weeks Vacation, Paid Holidays, Long
& Short Term Disability/Life Insurance, 401K
Plan, Performance based Bonus Plan
Hands-on personal training
Advancement from within
Scheduling to fit your lifestyle
Email your resume to trodabaugh@cox.net or
fax resume to 850-243-4221 or apply in person at any
area location between 2-5 p.m. daily. EOE


"LEADING 456
FINANCIAL" Homes For Rent
Institution approv-
ing small Busi- TOWNHOME FOR
ness, Mortgage, rent: 2 bd/ 2ba.
Vehicle and per- beautiful, spacious
sonal loans. vehi- near schools and
cle, and personal shopping. $750.
loans. Immediate monthly rent, /$750
response. Give us deposit. Located on
a call at. 1-800- Valley Road. Fire-
419-1599 or apply place, garage cathe-
on line at dral ceilings, kitchen
www.capitaltrustfi- appliances. One
nalcial.org. year lease and refer-
ence/ credit check
required. No pets. or
452 smoking. 682-8311
Apartments leave message,
shown by apt. only.
BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch- FOR LEASE with
ers Accepted. 1 & 2 option to buy
BR HC & non-HC 2BR/1BA. 1,200
accessible apart- sq/ft on 3/4 acre cor-
ments. Water, Sew- ner lot. $1,100. per
er, and Garbage, month 3310 Aubum
provided. 209 Bent Rd. Available in No-
Creek Rd. Crest- vember 682-0791
view, FL Call 850- FOR RENT 4 br/3
682-5563, TDD 711, ba 3,000 Sq/ ft.
Voice 800-955-8770 3110 Hagood Loop
Equal Housing Op- $1,500.
portunity. 3 br/2 ba 1,600 Sq.ft
BENT CREEK 5410 Josh Dr.
APARTMENTS II $1,100.
Vouchers Accepted. 3 br/2 ba 1,650
Some rental assis- Sq.ft. 3148 Skyhawk
tance may be availa- Dr. $1,100.
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom 4 br/2 ba 1,950 Sq.
HC & non-HC ac- ft 309 Springwood
cessible apartments. Ct. $1,000.
209 Bent Creek Rd. SUNDANCE RENT-
Crestview, FL- Call AL MANAGEMENT,
850-682-5563, TDD INC. (850)863-3292
711, Voice 800-955- FOR RENT: Beauti-
870o Eual Housin ,sWous riree
T1 II tny bedroomm 2 bath
home located off Old
454 Bethel Road. Large
Commercial fenced yard, garage,
OFFICE SPACE for cathedral ceilings.
OFFICE SPACE for Credit & references
rent in Southgate of- check required.
fice complex, con- $850 rent. No pets
venient to shopping or smoking. 682-
and school. $700 8311 leave mes-
per month. For moresage-shown by apt.
info call 850-683- only
3939 only.
3939
HURRY! BEAT the
456 Holiday Rush! Brand
Homes For Rent new 3br, 2 ba. home
$1,300'a mo. 2& 3
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick br. Apts. $475. to
home, Days 682- $625. a mo. 6 mos.
5533 night & week- employment and
ends 652-2553. credit check a must.
4 BD. 2 ba. 2834 Call 682-6310 for
Atoka Tr. $1,600 more information.
month, $1,500. DD Equal Housing Op-
available immediate- portunity.
ly Call 689-2975 Progressive
Commercial & Res- Management'Inc.
identical Property: (850) 682-6310
682-2735 ,
=nojrt ITE'


FOR RENT house in
Crestview on 1 acre
lot 3bd/2ba Call 699-
4282


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3 br. 21/2,bath,home
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$650. mo. $650.
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THIS WEEK'S
STINGS
S1 acre lot .
on paved road,
level & wooded.
$45,000.
Price Reducedll
6523 Oakcrest Rd.
Milton 3BR/1BA
1104sqft $98,500
Wooded Lot .
3538 Whisper Ln.,
Crestview, with
2BR/1BA mobile
home, 700sqft.
$39,900
Corner Lot
Valley View Dr.
Oakwood Hills SD,
Mossy Head.
$21,500
Lovely Interior Lot
Caswell IRd.,
Imperial Lakes SD,
DeFuniak Springs,
aprox 22' on lake.
$80,000
On the Lakel
5572 Old Bethel
Rd., Crestview.
3BR/2BA,1,368sqft
$249,000.
Ready To Move In
5579 Buck Ward
Rd., Baker, like
new, screened
porch, large shop,
3 BR/2 BA,
1 6 2 0 sqf.
$159,900.
Horses Allowed
8.65 acres, Hwy
C4A, Baker, paved
county road, level,
high & dry.
$189,000.
Minutes Fom Town
4360 Cooper Ln,
Holt, 13+ acres
2BR/2BA,
1,567sqft + Barn &
stalls, + 8,000sqft
metal bldg.
$345,000.
Secluded, Wooded
40 acres McCoy
Rd., North of
Baker, near
Blackwater State
Forest and State
Rec. Facility.
$4000,000.



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456
Homes For Rent

,.CRESVI e ;397.
, Lake Silver Rd:. 3br
2ba 1440 Sq. Ft.
Central heat /AC,
dishwasher. NO
pets Smoking ok.
Damage deposit,
Lease and credit re-
port required. 682-
4317
NEW REMODELED
house for rent 3 bd.
2 ba, garage and
work shop on Large
lot NO smoking NO
pets $ 950.00. De-
: posit-: $1,10( month
1 yr. lease, lawn
'care included Ready
10-01,-05 585-1574
460'
Mobile Homes

3BR/2BA MOBILE
Home for rent Holt
area $785 Dep. Ref.
(850)537-6222 or
(850)499-7412
FOR RENT 2 mobile
home lots. 682-5090
FOR RENT 3br./ 2
ba. mobile home,
water, garbage,
sewer, furnished.
$650. mo. & $650.
Dep. 682-5090


General Manager
Auburn Water System, Inc.
The Auburn Water system, an independent 501 (C) (12)
non-profit cooperative, is seeking a General Manager to oversee
its operations. This is an excellent opportunity for a self-motivat-
ed individual with managerial talents. The Auburn Water System
is governed by a Board of Directors that oversees the operation of
the sewer and water system for the members in its service area.
This is a unique opportunity to join an organization that has served
its local community for over 35 years. The General Manager
reports directly to the Board and attends all Board meetings.
The minimum qualifications of the applicant applying for this
position are as follows: Completion of a Bachelor of Science or
higher degree from an accredited college or university, preferable
in Civil, Sanitary, Mechanical or Environmental Engineering is
required. Three (3) years experience in water and/or wastewater
treatment, distribution and collection facility engineering and
operations with at least two (2) of these years in positions with sig-
nificant management and administrative responsibilities; proven
management skills in area of manpower utilization planning, cost
control, supervision and training are also required; must possess a
valid florida vehicular drivers license. Must possess or obtain
within 24 month of employment a class B Water and a Class C
Sewer Plant Operators License for DEP.
Resume may be mailed to: Auburn Water System, Inc. at 3097
Locke Lane, Crestview, FL 32536; faxed to (850) 683-1151; or
email to joanw@auburwatersystem.com. Resumes must be
received no later than 4:00 pm on November 11, 2005.


460
Mobile Homes

FOR RENT 3bd/2ba
mobile home on 1
acre lot NO pets
682-1045/ 682-2880
after 5 p.m.
LARGE MOBILE
lot park quiet park.
All hook-ups in-
cludes garbage
$110/mo Call 682-
0507
MOBILE HOMES
2 & 3-Bedroom units
in quiet park. Con-
venient to shopping
and schools. No
pets. 585-8192
NICE 3/2 on one
acre rear fenced
yard North Crest-
view No smoker or
pets Avail. now 758-
8757

462
Rooms For Rent
UPSTAIRS ROOM
partially furnished,
utilities included
$159 to move in.
$159 per week. near
GoldKist. Call
(850)261-9793








'556
Homes For Sale
.. lB-.c :;3/4I :B_ A.
Brick Home w/ car-
port. Corner Lot
near Elementary,
middle school &
High School
$199,000 682-8566 /
758-0826

3,943 SF home on 5
acres 4BR/3BA. new
roof, paint, flooring
cabinets, bathrooms
fixtures & doors, hot
tub, fireplace and
bam with stalls. MLS
#405427 Call Patti
with Teel & Waters
Real Estate at 682-
6156
FOR SALE
2BR/1BA 1,200 sq-ft
on 3/4 acre corner
lot $175,000. 3310
Auburn Rd .682-
0791



ALL Brick custom
3BR 2/BA open
floor plan w/Bay
Window, 1421sqft.
n Crestview Call
Beverly Carriage
Hills Realty
(850)803-0875


6 Beautiful Fenced Acres


Conveniently located in Holt 2300 sq. ft. old Chicago
brick 3/2 home with lots of storage; formal living and
dinging rooms; large eat-in kitchen; large den with gor-
geous brick fireplace; awesome family room; lovely
tiled Florida room and patio overlooking 18x36
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562
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92' DESTON 12x40
mobile, 2bd/1ba ex-
cellent condition,
washer/dryer, appli-
ances Included,
must be moved
$8,500. OBO 850-
698-1017


Laurel Hill Estates
All Brick Homes 706
$189,000 to, Livestock Supplies
$225,000 less than PERENNIAL PEA-
5 miles from new NUT hay for horses
professional Golf and goats $5.00 per
Course Affordable bale (850) 834-3881
living close to it.
Call Beverly McNal- 708
y Carriage Hills Re- Pets
alty (850) 803-0875.
6 YEAR old AKC
registered female
LAKE FRONT Brick P o mer an i an ,
Home. 3 bd. 2 ba. spayed,. Call after
908 Anderson St. 5pm. 585-7985
Large Deck newly AHUA PUP
renovated $275,000 CHIHUAHUA PUP-
Call 689-2975 PIES for sale $250
ready to go now.
SOUTH OF 1-10 off Call Diane at 652-
John King 508 Oak 4122
Place 3br/2ba. avail-
able now $140,000 FREE TO good
689- 444 n home beautiful cats.
689-444 _... ;-:;--,: =ca682-5321
TWO STORY Brick
Home 4 bd. 1 ba. on 708
1 acre, 10 miles Pets
from Crestview off
Hwy 85 North. Re- FOR SALE female
cent upgrades. Pomeranian, with
$140,000. 652-3655 papers, 1-1/2 years
old asking $250.
560 Call 305- 3140
Land For Sale FOR SALE Full
blooded one year
SMUST SEE old Black Pekingese
BIAUTIFUL 3 BR. 682-3567 $300.
3BA, 2167 SQ.FT Price negotiable


on 1 .1/2 stunning
acres in Laurel Hill.
$350,000. CalL
Bevi McNally with
Carriage Hills Real-
ty 803-0875

2.5 ACRES
4BR/2BA Jacobson
manufactured Home
Baker Fl 850-537-
7173or 850-902-
1883
BEAUTIFUL
WATERFRONT
Lot on the bay,
Freeport. Fl. Must
sell 682-5075 or
321-2774538
FOR SALE 1.65
acres Near Paxton
$28,900 M.H. OK
Call Debbie Sharon,
Property Professio-
.nal 850-683-1714
ONE LOT located
close to Log Lake
Campground Yellow
River. Holt Fl.
$10;000. Call 850-
652-4613, One
2005 Yamaha TT-
890 dirt Bike $1,300

562
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house for rent 3 bd.
2 ba, garage and
work shop on Large
lot NO smoking NO
pets $ 950.00. De-
posit- $1,100 month
1 yr. lease, lawn
care included Ready
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802
Antiques
I WOULD like to
talk to someone who
sells items for others
on E-Bay Call 689-
6600
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
FOR SALE Stove,
Dishwasher, &Fridg-
erator all Kenmore
Appliances $800
OBO for all 537-
2140
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After-hours
.682-2844!!!

812
Farm Equipment
TRACTOR FOR
sale-93 Belarus 880
hrs, 70 HP, Howze
bush hog, fork lift &
bucket, boxblade
and boom. $12,000
652-2864 or 865-
4532
813
Farm & Garden

ELLIOT
PECANS
:Available Now
Taking orders
Nuts are Cracked
Call 423-1103 or
978-4558


814
Furniture
DINING TABLE
w/6 chairs-white fin-
ish w/tile beach
scene top $300. Yel-
low leather sectional
sofa w/3 recliners.
Yellow leather rock-
er/recliner, $1800.
652-2864 or 865-
4532
FOR SALE girl's
bedroom furniture
includes bed bed-
ding six drawer
dresser with mirror
desk and chair Good
condition $325. Call
Pat at 682-5311
KROECHLER LIV-
ING room set sofa,
love seat, chair,
etched glass end ta-
bles, coffee table ex-
cellent condition
$600. or OBO 689-
2953

820
Lumber & Hardware
A&M SEAMLESS
Gutter Custom fit to
your home. Minor
home repair, rea-
sonable prices 850-
758-1964/850-683-
3079
822
Musical
Instruments
KIMBALL
CONSOLE
Piano- bench excel-
lent condition $999.
FIRM 689-8661
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
DONALDSON
SATELLITE
535 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Factory authorized
T.V:-' 8-'R Repair
for Zenith, RCA, GE,
Phillips, Magnavox
Sharp & Emerson.
We buy working and
non-working Direct
TV receivers. 682-
4831


829
Garage Sales

HUGE YARD sale 3
family must see
6117 Robin Rd. Sat
9-3 Sun 11-4


SSellng For Health Reasons
FOR ALE 1IFT COBIA BOWRIDER
t 115HP MERCURY OUTBOARD
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Call
682-6524
For More
Information


A


You won't go wrong with this lovely and attractive
split bedroom with views of the lake bordering the
property. This 3BR/2.5BA home has a tiled foyer
that opens to a lovely living mom with a cathedral
ceiling and fireplace. Also has a formal dining area
with raised ceiling, a large kitchen with breakfast
bar and breakfast nook The Master Bedroom suite
is large and has a separate dressing area. Located
at 129 Winchester Way in Crestview, this house lists
at only $325,000. Call today and ask for
MLS #401866md.

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Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Level, partially cleared 5
acres on Cherokee Lane
in Defuniak Springs.
Great for building a home
or put a mobile home on
it. Large trees for shade.
$80,000.00
Owners being relocated so
priced to sell. This 4/2
1440 SF home in Holt has
formal
living room and den with
large lap pool. Don t miss
this one. $129,900.00.
This 4/3 2786 SF home
has everything you could
ever want. Corian counter
tops in
kitchen with two pantries,
restored 1900 claw foot
tub in one of the
bathrooms. Too many
extras to mention.
u w9n 90


829I WI VVW r W" ....::;;;....
829 *Feel like you are inthe

a I M T I town. This older 4/2 2645
GARAGE SALE INVESTMENT II SFhomeisjust
GARAGE SALE & -what you are looking for.
Sat. Nov. 5, Tools, 683-9693 Home has fireplace,
clothes, furniture, insulated windows,
8am-2pm 5506 Kio- securi system and
Pass5two brick workshops in
wa Pass 682-6853 the back for that
handyman or woman.
MULTI FAMILY s$305,ooo000.0o
yard .sale Warrior .....
Ave. Old Bethel Es- Lakeside living at its best
A. Old Bethel Es- features this 5/3 two story
states 7 am. Sat. Fur- 2530SF home. This home
niture, clothes, misc. i has a
private dock handover 100
TUPPERWARE fofspringfedlakefront
NEW Catalog, forthatfishermanor
woman n the family.,
monthly special fund Beauti fl open deck and
raiser. Replacement screened porch for
order. Call Jackie entertaining by the lake. A
682-4305. must see!
682-4305. $299,000.00
YARD SALE 6020 nn ustLsted This3
Staff Rd. 8 to 1:00 bedroom ll/2 bath is
table and chairs, 2 904 perfect forfirst
cast nets, videos, Cars homebuyer. Refrigerator
cast nets, videos, and stove convey. Nice
books, toys, clothes AUTOMOTIVE size bedrooms on quite
lots more SALES street Large backyard.
SALES See what you think.
YARD SALE First STATE AUCTIONS' $13,000.00
time this year. Sat. for Cars & Homes. ST NNINO OME Tis
5, 191 Patten St. off http://devrin.pro- 31700SFhomeisin
Stillwell 8 to 3 lots of cash2.. hop.click- mint condition insideand
items, clothes what- bank.net out.Kitchen
WI has plenty of coaster
nots, wood shelves,, 905 spe, lae lng
Christmas, etc. Auto Re r w/cathedral ceilings, huge
Auto Repair master bedroom
YARD SALE Friday and so muchmore.
and Sat. Nov 4th COMPLETE AUTO $232,500.00
and 5th 146 Coremo Painting includes : m
Dr: Misc. clothes Body work and ma- .
baskets kitchen un- trials $400. Free .
tensils 7:30 .11:30 pick up and delivery. Ut i Outstanding Ag~en
Cancel if rain 682-2075. Ous. ."iotmOgResmlts
830 910
Motorcycles WlM
Miscellaneous Motoccles
For Sale 1999 YZ-80 Yamaha n 1 A Agency One, Inc.
1-1/2 TON A/C Unit Motorcycle, Pro Cir-
ike n d 3 cuit Cycle extra 3 682-8309 or 678-8919
like nth $350. use6893 parts, great condi- To F(800)239-809
s $50 tion $800. OBO 852- 301S. FerdonBlvd.
1115 537-9342 Crestview, FL 32536
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wheel chair, Brand Class A Motor
new never used, home. 36' 67,000
$2,500. 682-0011/ miles, Banks sys- DINO SINOPOLI (850) 974-7778
259-6998 tem, air-rida shockst,-,r "o ~pnG
L shaped sofa, all t, Fe rcy. Ppn.afiolwin,
$60t Kenmren Aaash- Acreage. Cn ve py
$60. Kenmore wash- condition. 2001 Hy- FREEMARKTEVALUAON
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Craftsman radial der 36,00 miles, all c nresew.FL.32536 _
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689-3199 go. 334-858-3491 I. T Fee: 1.800239.8309
918
Trucks
STrucks *Major &Minor
FOR SALE 82 Che- Repair
vy 4 SWB 2 WD 472 Engine
Big Lock Newly re- Overhaul Foreign
2)2 8 built motor & trans & Domestic
$3250. OBO 537- *A/C Services
2X S1 8263 Wrecker
SS4 5920 Service
i Vans Available
*D 16 Years of Service *
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$2,000 850-546- ( 850-537-3828
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2005 CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN PAGE 11


Rangers keep order in division


GATORS, from page 12

JAY 32, BAKER 10
Jay 6 8 6 12 32
Baker 0 3 7 0 -10
First Quarter
J Wade 69 run (kick blocked) 3:38
Second Quarter
B Domangue 25 FG 10:14.
J Wade 5 run (Lowery pass from
Castleberry) 4:29
Third Quarter
J Wade 12 run (kick failed) 8:13
B Barnhill 21 run (Domangue kick) 2:55
Fourth Quarter
J Wade 4 run (pass failed) 7:09 a A
J Wade 37 run (kick failed) 5:47
J B "' t
First downs 16 9 *"
Rushes-yards 47-316 21-61
Passing yards 31 147
Comp-Att-Int 3-5-0 12-25-3
Fumbles-lost 2-1 1-1
Penalties-yards 5-30 1-15
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING Jay, Wade 31-270, DeGraaf
6-34, Boutwell 4-10, Hendricks 2-5, Diamond
1-2, Brabbam 0-0, Castleberry 1-(minus 5).
Baker, Bamhill 8-18, Whatmough 4-16, Jordan
3-14, Domangue 5-9, Griffith 1-4.
PASSING Jay, Castleberry 3-3-0-31,
Hendricks 0-2-0-0. Baker, Bamhill 12-24-3- Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
147, Domangue 0-1-0-0. Baker honored its seven seniors before Friday's game. From
RECEIVING Jay, Hendricks 2-27, left are Frankie Owens, Jeff Adams, Cody Carroll, Donald Way,
Wade 1-4. Baker, Cawthon 8-110, Griffith 2-
22, Beck 2-15. Joe Moore, Matt Cawthon and Nick Taylor.


VOLLEYBAIL, from page 12


Special to the News Bulletin
The Rangers won the City of Crestview U-10 Red Division. They completed their season
with a 10-0 record and outscored their opponents 62-1. Four sets of siblings played on
this team. The coaches would like to thank all of the players for an excellent season, and-
the parents for all of their support. Team members are, front row from left, Ben
Castleberry, Gabriel Simon, Joseph Payne, Amy Adams, A.J. Adams, David Born and
Danny Born. Middle row from left are Evan Stegner, Michael Paterna, Seth Kootsouradis,
Zane Kootsouradis, Matt Gileau and Brett Gileau. In back are coaches Ken Paterna, Nick
Kootsouradis and Brad Gileau.





Cyclones whirl through season


..Owl"


Special to the News Bulletin
The Cyclones took first place in the City of Crestview U-15 soccer division at Twin Hills
Park. They outscored their opponents 55-8. Team members are, front row from left,
KAWtl riie'nasonDennis. MatthW'iBac-rhan;' David Frey, Drew Saunders, MarttHeW''
FreyCorir'Smith, and Jonathan Lilly'.Back :row'from left are coach James-'is ~ ptiyler'~
Sauiiders, Gary Frey, Josh Jadin, David Hanke, David Pyle, Cody Kurpil, Amy Kannapel
and coach Mo Bishop.


Gator errors. Liberty County's
Marissa Shuler ended the match
with an ace.
"We didn't play our game at
the end," Combest said.
"We played, 'Let's get the ball
over.' And they played well


enough on defense and well
enough on offense for the entire
game."
No, Baker's volleyball team
didn't expect it to end here.
But then, the Gators never
thought they would get this far


when they started practices back
in August.
"They have nothing to be
ashamed of," Combest said.
"They worked hard to get this
far. There are a lot of teams that
went home a long time ago."


Sports Briefs


ANNOUNCEMENTS man teams, two net. Teams will be weigh-in sponsored by Bass Pro Shop.
PAINTBALL TOURNEY: The drawn by the tournament committee. Proceeds will benefit many local chari-
City of Niceville Youth Center will Entry fee is $10, plus a $2 skins game. ties in the area including the American
sponsor a paintball tournament Nov. 11- Entry deadline is 4 p.m. Nov. 11. Players Cancer Society Relay for Life. The
13. Nov. 11 is Ladies Night with three- musts be members of Foxwood Country event will take place at Deer Point Lake
person teams at $60 per team. Club and the MGA, and must have a in Panama City beginning at 6 a.m. and
Registration is at 4 p.m. and games start verifiable USGA handicap. ending at 2 p.m. Entry fee is $60 per
at 5 p.m. Nov. 12 is Young Guns (ages ROC BASKETBALL AND boat (with Big Fish $10.00 per Boat).
13 and under) and Rookie Day with CHEERLEADING: Registration is Sign in begins at 4:30 a.m. and boaters
three-man teams at $60 per team. open for Upward Basketball and will receive registration tag with start
Practice starts at 10 a.m. and games start Cheerleading. Games are played at the and end times for flights. Register early
at noon. Nov. 13 is Advanced Five Man Recreational Outreach Center (ROC), a to guarantee a slot. Best of all 30% of
Day, at $100 per team. Practice starts at ministry of Central Baptist Church. the entry fees will be allocated to prize
11 a.m. and games at 1 p.m. Registration forms can be picked up at monies. Door prizes to be awarded fol-
Complimentary hot dogs, burgers and the Central Baptist Church offices dur- lowing tournament.
drinks for participants on Nov. 12 and ing regular business hours, at the church For more information or to register,
Nov. 13. Rainout date is Nov. 19. before and after services, and at the contact Brenda Drewery at (850) 833-
Trophies to the top three teams. For ROC. Registration is open to all youths 4852, Nancy Henson at (850) 244-4757
details, call (850) 729-0758. in kindergarten through eighth grade. or Romona Arrasmith at (850) 244-
TENNIS TOURNAMENT: The Registration fee through Tuesday is $75 4754.
Bluewater Bay Tennis Center is hosting for basketball and $85 for cheerleading. CHARITY GOLF TOURNEY:
the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy All participants must attend one bastet- The Bridgeway Center's Season for
Holidy Benefit Tennis Tournament and ball evaluation or cheerleading signup at Compassion and Hope Charity Golf
silent auction Nov. 19-20. Children will the ROC. Dates are today (Kindergarten Tournament will take place Nov. 18 at
play on Nov. 19 and adults on Nov. 20. 11 a.m.-noon; first and second grade 1-3 The Links Sandestin Golf and Beach
Adult registration is $15 for one event p.m.; third and fourth grade 3-5 p.m.), Resort. The event will begin at 9 a.m.
and $25 for two events. Silent auction is Monday (fifth and sixth grade 6-8 p.m.) with a shotgun start. Format is four-
open to the public. Those interested in and Tuesday (seventh and eighth grade person scramble. Entry fee is $90 per
.participating as a player or sponsor, or to 6-8 p.m.). Practices begin Dec. 3. person and includes greens fees, golf
donate an auction item, c~1L(89) 83 Games begin Jan. 7. For more informa- cart, practice balls and refreshments.
923 ,i .,,,r'_r"' tn, contact pastor lfobrt Cates ati 8- Spongshifls aF leailaffe. Do'?l ob s
MGC.V OF iF: An Men Golf 6.aa5..1 s"' '" ar" '3'epir' I ? 'dt~ tails, ,all
Association tournament will be held FISHING TOURNEY: Fort Walton (850) 833-7507, or email
Nov. 12 at Foxwood Country Club. Gulf Power Transformers will sponsor a Ppartin@bridgeway.org. Entry dead-
Shotgun start is at 8 a.m. Format is four- charity bass tournament today, with line is Nov. 14.


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* Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 05-800
Division CPS-TTR
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY LOU STRANSKY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: The administration of the
estate of MARY LOU STRANSKY,
deceased, whose date of death
was June 9, 2005; is pending in the
Circuit Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division; File
Number 05-800; CPS-TTR; the
address of which is P.O. Drawer
1359, Crestview, FL 32536-1359.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent


and other persons, who have
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a copy
of this notice, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons who have
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH


ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS:
OCT. 29, 2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
PHIL VAN HOUTEN
Florida Bar No. 207241
606 Powell Drive
P.O. Box 189
Niceville, FL 32588-0189
Telephone: (850) 678-6532
Personal Representative:
CHARLES J. STRANSKY
104 Bahia Vista Drive
Niceville, FL 32578
10/29/05
11/05/05


NOTICE OF SALE


In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Moulton's Advanced
Storage, Inc., located at 5180
South Ferdon Boulevard in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the household
and other goods stored in the below
listed units of Moulton's Advanced
Storage. Said goods are to be sold
to recover the rents not paid by the
tenants.
George Scott, Unit S6
Burt Wilder, Jr. Unit 170
The sale shall take place on
November 19 at 9:00 a.m. to 10:00
a.m. at Moulton's Advanced
Storage.
11/05/05
11/12/05


NOTICE OF SALE


In accordance with Florida
Statutes, KeepSafe Storage, locat-
ed at 101 Hospital Drive in
Crestview, Florida will offer for sale
to the highest bidder the household
and other goods stored in the below
listed units of KeepSafe Storage.
Said goods are to be sold to recov-
er the rents not paid by the tenants.
152 Gerald Boutwell
K30 Christy Smith
The sale shall take place on
November 16, 2005 at 9:00 a.m. at
KeepSafe Storage.
11/05/05
11/12/05

Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion November 18, 2005 at 9:00
a.m. for the following described
vehicle:


92 Buick LeSabre
VIN # 1G4HR53L8NH412814
The auction will be held at 956 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. Crestview Paint & Body has
the right to turn down any and all
bids.
11/05/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
05-DR2640-S
IN RE: The Adoption of
RAVEN ALEXIS NUNN
DOB: 8/10/1999
VS
Danielle Steiner
and
Richard Nunn, Jr.,


Respondents.
TO:
DANIELLE STEINER
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 Walton 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 objec-
tions to the Clerk of .Court,
Okaloosa County, Florida by
December 12, 2005 and a
copy sent immediately to the


attomey 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 amend-
ed Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on November
3, 2005.
Don Howard
Clerk of Court
Okaloosa County, Florida
By Sharon Anders
Deputy Clerk
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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
"Okaloosa's County Seat Newspaper of Record"


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NOTES


High school
football
DISTRICT STANDINGS
District 2-4A
District Overall
Team W-L W-L
x-Crestview 3-0 7-2
y-Fort Walton Beach 2-1 4-5
Choctawhatchee 1-2 2-8
Navarre 0-3 4-6
x district champion
y playoff qualifier
Thursday
Pine Forest 28, Fort Walton Beach
18
Friday
Crestview 52, Mosley 28
Washington 24, Choctaw 21
Gulf Breeze 25, Navarre 3
Friday, Nov. 11
Region 1-4A Quarterfinals
Milton at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
Mosley at First Coast
Robert E. Lee at Lincoln
Fort Walton Beach at Pace
District 1-2B
District Overall
Team W-L W-L
x-Northview 2-0 6-3
y-South Walton 1-1 4-6
Baker 0-2 0-9
x district champion
y playoff qualifier
Friday
Jay 32, Baker 10
South Walton 21, Sneads 20 (OT)

Schedule
Today
Women's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College Coca-
Cola Classic, 5 p.m.
Men's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College Coca-
Cola Classic, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday
Boys soccer
Crestview at Niceville (Twin Oaks),
7 p.m.
Girls soccer
Crestview at Pace, 7:30 p.m.

CNB photos
More photographs from
sporting events covered by
the News Bulletin can be seen
at www.pictureu2.com. To
purchase a photo from the
Web site, contact the Bulletin
at (850) 682-6524.

YMCA 5K
The Crestview News
Bulletin is proud to sponsor
the North Okaloosa Family
YMCA 5K Run/Walk today.
The event includes a one-
mile Fun Run for youths,
and a health fair. The race
begins and ends at North
Okaloosa Medical Center,
with the start at 8 a.m. Race
day entry fee is $20 on race
day. Fun Run is $14.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the North Okaloosa
Medical Center, at the
Bulletin, and online at
www.active.com.

Emerald Coast
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will host the Heads
Up Nationals American
Cancer Society Benefit Race
on Saturday.
The event the facility's
biggest of the year, according
to promotional materials -
features AMS Legal Promods
against Outlaw Promods,
and a match race between
top Sportsman drivers Roger
McCombs and Joe Baker.
Admission is $20. Youths
ages 12 and under will be
admitted free. Gates open at
8 a.m. Time trials begin at 10
a.m.'with qualifying at noon.
Promod races will be at 5:30
p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Rain date is Sunday.
For more information, see
the track Web site at
www.emeraldcoastdrag-
way.com.

Hall of Fame
The deadline for nomina-
tions for the Class of 2006 of
the Florida High School
Athletic Hall of Fame is Nov.
18. Nomination forms are
available on the fhsaa.org
Web site.

Sports results?
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
kjwright28@yahoo.com, or
by fax to (850) 682-2246.
Scores and statistics should
be submitted by Tuesday
mornings.


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Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Baker's Britney Summerlin goes up
for a kill as Kathy Phillips (5) looks on.


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

With the emotions of Senior
Night very evident Friday night
in Jack Foster Stadium, it' was
the upperclassmen that show-
cased their talents in a big way,
leading the Crestview Bulldogs
to an explosive 52-28 romp over
Lynn Haven Mosley in their reg-
ular-season finale.
Senior Reggie Speights stole
the show from the get-go, ram-
bling for 252 yards on 31 carries,
thus giving the speedy scatback
524 yards over the past two
games.
"It felt great out there,"
Speights said afterward with a
smile beaming off of his face. "We
had excellent blocking all night
and we were able to do pretty
good against a pretty good team.
"I had a lot of my family here
for Senior Night, so I was a little
nervous at first, but I'm glad I
was able to play good for them."
SSpeights got the Dawgs (7-2)
rolling on their first drive, run-
ning three times for 64 yards.
Fullback Calvin Siler capped the
drive with a 15-yard burst up
the middle for the touchdown.
Overall, Crestview outgained
Mosley on the ground 339-138.
"It was a big night for us -
the offense finally got rolling,"
coach Matt Brunson said. "The


Liberty County ends Baker run


Volleyball team falls Volleyball


in regional title match
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BRISTOL Baker's volleyball team
didn't expect it to end here.
Not after the eighth-ranked Gators put
together a 15-match winning streak enter-
ing their Region 1-2A championship
match Thursday at Liberty County.
Not after they tamed the Bulldogs 25-
15 in Game 1.
Not after they built a 23-18 lead in
Game 4 and appeared poised to send the
match to a decisive fifth game.
But Baker's postseason journey went
no farther. Liberty County rallied to win
the fourth game and complete a 15-25,25-
18, 25-19, 28-26 victory.
The Bulldogs (19-2) advance to the
Class 2A state semifinals next weekend in


Lakeland. The Gators finished their sea-
son with a 19-2 mark.
"The teams were evenly matched,"
Baker coach Kathy Combest said. "But
they played better. We didn't play our
game for the entire match."
The Gators did play their game in
Game 1. Baker jumped ahead 8-1 to start
the match. The Gators later put together a
six-point run to close out the game.
The match seemed to turn when
Liberty County won a pair of marathon
points early in Game 2.
The coulda-gone-either-way points
gave the Bulldogs the cushion they need-
ed to win Game 2.
Liberty County kept the momentum
going through Game 3.
"We were playing too tight at the
beginning," Bulldogs coach Casi Peddle
said. "We needed to relax and play to
win. My girls showed a lot of guts."


Combest pointed to Gator serve
reception as the main reason for Liberty
County's rally.
The Bulldog serves resulted in several
aces and kept Baker's offense from find-
ing a rhythm.
"I thought if we had received serve
better, it would have been a different ball-
game," Combest said. "But we didn't do
it well."
Liberty County middle hitter Dayna
Ramsey nicknamed 'The Beast' by
the Bulldog fans also caused prob-
lems for the Gators with her serving and
net play.
Baker focused its energies for a
comeback bid in Game 4. Liberty
County also seemed to cool off, blunting
its own momentum with several serve
errors.
Baker led 23-18 and 24-22, but could-
n't close things out. The Bulldogs ended
the match on a 6-2 run, aided by five
See VOLLEYBALL, page 11


offensive line did a great job, our
two fullbacks, Calvin Siler and
Chris Fulford, did a great job,
and Reggie is a capable back of
doingsome'4i.thitngs ,
'J juniorr quarterback Joseph
Thigpen also had a very effec-
tive night, completing 12 of 16
passes for 162 yards and two
touchdowns. Senior Mike Rose
was on the receiving end of
seven of those tosses for 97
yards, including a 31-yard score
to open the second half.
"We know we've got the
playoff starting next week and
we just wanted to get ready,"
said Rose, the area's leading
receiver this season. "This was
really a playoff atmosphere and
we just used it to get ready."
After Mosley (6-3) took a 7-6
lead late in the first quarter, the
Bulldogs caught fire offensively
and never cooled down.
After Thigpen hit Fulford for
a 5-yard TD on the first play of
the second quarter, Kyle
Harrington's interception set
Crestview up once again.
On the eighth play of the
ensuing drive, Speights hit pay-
dirt with a 6-yard run to put the
Dawgs up 21-7 midway through
the period.
Nick Jewell tacked on a 26-
yard. field goal just before the
.intermission to send Crestview
to the locker room with a 24-7
advantage.


Speights' workload has
increased with the absence of
brusing fullback John Robinson,
who is out with a banged up
ankle.
"Speights is getting the load
of the carries and he's doing
well with it," Brunson added.
Both teams scored touch-
downs on their first two posses-
sions of the second half. Rose's
TD put Crestview up by 24 mid-
way through the third quarter,
but the Dolphins kept battling.
The Bulldogs put the game
away when Fulford finished off a
15-play drive with a 3-yard run
with 6:19 to play in the game.
James Amos then put the
icing on the cake when he
picked up a fumble caused by
teammate Brett Moore and dart-
ed in 18 yards for the score,
making it 52-21.


These two teams could meet
again in Crestview in two weeks
if both win their playoff openers
next Friday night.
Crestview opens the postsea-
son by hosting Milton, who shut
them down 20-3 two weeks ago.
A confident Brunson said
preparations begin Saturday
morning for the Panthers.
"With our offensive line play-
ing the way they are I think we
are definitely going to be able to
run the football," he said. "Then
if Thigpen has a big night we
should be all right."
CRESTVIEW 52, MOSLEY 28
Mosley 7 0 14 7 28
Crestview 6 18 14 14 52
First Quarter
C Slier 15 run (kick failed) 8:13
M Davis 3 run (Chip Moore kick) 3:51
Second Quarter
C Fulford 5 pass from Thlgpen (Rose
pass from Thigpen) 11:54
C Speights 6 run (Jewell kick) 7:02


C Jewell 26 field goal, :33
Third Quarter
C Rose 31 pass from Thigpen (Jewell
kick) 7:18
M Ghant 51 pass from Brown (Moore
kick) 6:38
C Speights 59 run (Jewell kick) 4:19
M Dixon 20 pass from Brown (Moore
kick) 2:52
Fourth Quarter
C Fulford 3 run (Jewell kick) 6:19
C -Amos 18 fumble return (Jewell kick)
4:55
M Davis 3 pass from Brown (Moore
kick) 2:18
CHS MHS
First downs 24 14
Rushes-yards 51-339 21-138
Passing yards 162 247
Comp-Att-Int 12-16-0 10-19-1
Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-yards 4-32 3-30
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING Crestview, Spelghts 31-
252, Fulford 9-40, Slier 6-33, Thlgpen 2-16,
Polk 1-4. Mosley, Davis 9-59, Rogers 6-48,
Brown 3-14, Majure 1-10, Ghant 1-5.
PASSING Crestvlew, Thigpen 12-16-
0-162. Mosley, Brown 10-19-1-247.
RECEIVING Crestview, Rose 7-97,
Fulford 3-34, Cobb 2-21. Mosley, Rogers 4-
128, Ghant 3-60, Padula 1-36, Dixon 1-20,
Davis 1-3.


Royal disappointment for Gators in finale


Football team

finishes 0-9

Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BAKER Baker's football
team pulled out all the stops to
try to pull out a victory against
Jay on Friday night in the season
finale for both teams.
But the Royals had an anti-
dote for every concoction the
Gators threw at them. Jay used
steady doses of senior running
back Michael Wade to get out of
Griffith Memorial Stadium with
a 32-10 win.
Wade's 270 yards and five
touchdowns on 31 carries sent
Baker to its ninth loss in nine
tries to conclude Bob Kellogg's


KELLOGG TAYLOR
first season as the Gators' coach.
Jay finished 3-7.
"It's just heartbreaking," said
Nick Taylor, one of seven Baker
seniors. "We wanted to win this
game. The coaches coached us
well, and we tried hard."
Wade spoiled the Gators'
Senior Night with power runs
up the'middle mixed with some
big gains to the outside.
Wade took a pitch 69 yards
for a touchdown on his fourth
carry. He sprinted 37 yards for a


- Jay 32, Baker 10 -
TD on his final carry. He also
capped three lengthy Jay scor-
ing drives with touchdown
runs.
"We knew that was the one
guy who could break it on us,"
Kellogg said. "We told the kids,
.if we stop 21 (Wade's number),
we stop everything. And we
couldn't.
"They were physical against
everyone they played this year,
and they out-physicalled us."
Baker used everything in its
playbook to try to stay even.
The Gators picked up a first
down with a trick shift on fourth
down early in the game.
Baker inserted lineman Matt
Jordan at running back for three
carries and got 14 yards from
him.


The Gators also attempted a
variety of blitzes and trick
plays.
The creative calls resulted in
a pair of Baker scoring marches.
The Gators answered the
Royals' first TD with a nine-play
drive, capped by Cameron
Domangue's 25-yard field goal.
Baker got within 20-10 with a
touchdown midway through the
third quarter. The Gators used
six straight passes to move into
scoring position. Baker quarter-
back Laine Barhill ran for the
TD on a 21-yard draw.
"We had a heck of a night on
offense," Taylor said.
Wade's running and the
Gators' turnovers kept Jay in
command. Baker finished the
evening with four turnovers.
Two of the giveaways came
immediately after the Gators
drew within 20-10.


"Turnovers killed us,"
Kellogg said. "From pee wee
football to the pros, that's the
No. 1 thing you have to elimi-
nate."
Kellogg bid his seven seniors
farewell in a ceremony before
Friday's game. He now turns his
attention to the task of improv-
ing Baker's fortunes in 2006.
"This was the toughest year
I've had in 30 seasons of coaching
football," he said. "But if we stick
together, if we go back to work
with these young guys, when
they grow up, well be all right"
As always, Kellogg closed
with a positive thought.
"The kids gave us everything
they had and never quit, and I
thank them for that," he said.
"That's all you can ask for as a
coach."
See GATORS, page 11


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showcase

Speights, Rose lead Dawgs to

victory in regular season finale


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview senior running back Reggie Speights carried for 252 yards during the Bulldogs' victo-
ry against Mosley on Friday night.


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