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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 2005
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EDITORIAL .............4A
COMMUNITY ............ 5A
BLOTTER ...............6A
MILITARY ............... 7A
CALENDAR .......... 10A
BUSINESS ............. 11A
SPORTS ............... 1B
NASCAR INSIDER ....... .2B
LEGAL ADS .............7B
CLASSIFIED ...... .9B-12B


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M&Ms float had meltdown, causing CHS
band to scurry during parade. 2A


Baker resident recalls historic battle
during World War II. 5A


Court Report helps fans judge area bas-
ketball teams. 1B


Baker man dies after


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Paramedics work on Wesley Adam Newton, 25, of Baker on Monday a
along State Road 4. Newton's motocycle collided with a pickup truck
turned left in front of him. He was later pronounced dead.


motorcycle hits pickup

Wesley Adam Newton, 25, in Baker, was traveling northon State
Road 4 on his motorcycle. John D.
was not wearing a helmet Peacock, 69, of 5258 Shane Lane in
Baker, was traveling south on State
when the collision occurred Road 4 and made a left turn into the
Monday on State Road 4. path of Newton.
Newton struck the left front of
Ken Nielsen Peacok's truck and was thrown from
News Bulletin Reporter his motorcycle.
He landed on the east side of the
A Baker man was pronounced dead road where paramedics tended to him,
S .- ~. late Monday afternoon at the scene but were unable to keep him alive. The
where his motorcycle collided with a FHP press release went on to say that
ews Bulletin pickup truck. Newton was not wearing helmet at the
afternoon According to a Florida Highway time.
that had Patrol press release, Wesley Adam Charges are pending upon the com-
Newton, 25, of 5040 Keyser Mill Road, pletion of the investigation.


'64 CHS band recalls New York trip


'65 Crimson Crest/Special to the News Bulletin
This photo, taken out of the 1965 Crestview High School yearbook, shows the school's marching band at the 1964 World's Fair in New York City.

Big Red Machine made inaugural Big Apple performance 41 years ago


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
The Crestview High School Band has a long-
standing history of excellence,
Just ask anyone who's been around long enough
to remember when the uniforms were made out of
polyester and you'll hear stories that could fill an
entire yearbook.
The band returned from New York City on Nov.
25, after playing on the grandest stage in the land:
the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Band Director David Cadle and Assistant Director
Jody Dunn have built an empire of excellence in the


last 20 years, one that has been upheld by support-
ers, parents and, of course, thousands of students
who have left behind more than their old mouth-
pieces and a smattering of fingerprints in the band
room.
But before the Cadle era began, which was 28
years ago, Louis Lindsay was the band director.
In August of 1964, his band, which was a sparse
110 people compared to today's 270 members,
attended the World's Fair in New York City. Lindsay
and others who went on the trip reminisce about
their experience in the Big Apple and how those
were different times.
By 1964, the British had invaded America again.


This time it was the rock 'n' roll rattle of the Beatles,
who first came to the states on Feb. 7, 1964.
John F. Kennedy had been assassinated the previ-
ous year on Nov. 23, 1963.
The Civil Rights Movement was a firestorm that
swept across the nation; turbulent riots in the name
of equality were erupting everywhere.
Fear and uncertainty echoed from televisions,
which had only recently morphed from bubbly, egg-
shaped screens to rectangular orbs that emitted color
images.
Vietnam War battle cries were thundering in the
See 41 YEARS, page 3A


First Baptist Church of Crestview to host blood drive on Dec. 12


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
First Baptist Church will
host a blood drive on Dec. 12
from 6 to 8 p.m. in the church
fellowship hall.
Every eight weeks the
church coordinates with the
American Red Cross and holds
the area blood drive.
Tom Pomeroy, a member of
the church, organizes the

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City residents to be
surveyed about
transportation needs
The City of Crestview utility
bills that will be mailed this week
will include a survey question
about the traffic and transporta-
tion needs of the area.
Council President Ellis Conner
reported to the council members
at their regular meeting Monday
night about a recent meeting with
Representative Greg Evers,
attended by city officials and
members of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce.
Conner said that Evers wanted
to hear opinions from people that
live in North Okaloosa County
before the Legislative Delegation
would consider introducing legis-
lation in the 2006 session to cre-
ate a North Okaloosa
Transportation Authority.
"I had offered to coordinate
with our city clerk to have a sur-
vey question printed on our utility
bills," Conner said. "It says, 'Do
you favor the concept of a North
Okaloosa Transportation
Authority to construct new roads,
reducing congestion on Highway
85? User fees, not local tax dol-
lars, will fund the project. Write
Yes or No on the stub upper left
hand corner. Submit comments
separately if desired. Thank
You.'"
"So this will go out on the
water bill and we're asking our
utility customers if they are in
favor of the concept to write yes,
and if they are opposed to the
concept to write no on the stub
when they turn it in and the utility
clerks will gather these, and if
they pay their bill by mail they will
gather the'stubs-and wewll'ge"'
fast survey, if you will, of our city
utility subscribers, how they feel
one way or the other.
Representative Evers requested
that they be surveyed and this
wasthe fastest way that we could
get the survey to the public and
start to receive some comments."
Conner added that "the paper
has also already published arti-
cles relating to this subject and
they have printed the web
addresses of the legislators to
ask for responses. Hopefully the
Crestview News Bulletin will have
something reporting this to their
readership."
Cal Zethmayr is a broadcaster
for Crestview stations WAAZ-FM
& WJSB-AM and can be contact-
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1018 Valley Road, Crestview, will pre-
sent their Christmas cantata,
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* The M&Ms float
had a meltdown during
last Thursday's parade,
which put a rush on the
remaining participants.
Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
The Crestview High School
Band toted their instruments
and ran madly for two blocks
down New York streets.
They weren't running
because they were so excited to
be performing in the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade. After
a 515-pound M&M's Chocolate
Candies balloon rolled out of
control, the band was at a stand-
still for several minutes. Then,
when the scene was cleared,
parade officials told them to
book it.
At 11:40 a.m., when the bal-
loon erratically spun onto its
side, plummeting down toward
the earth, it pushed over a light
pole.
The balloon and the pole
crashed into a sea of spectators,
injuring two people identified as
Sarah Chamberlain, 11, and her
sister Mary, 26, of Albany, N.Y.,
according to wire reports.
Instead of showing an unrav-
eling parade, NBC instead
inserted taped footage from last
year.
America saw two M&Ms
cross the finish line, while New
Yorkers and the band experi-
enced what happens when a
tightly scripted parade is


Wire file photos
The M&Ms floats proceeds
down the parade route early
Thursday morning. Below the
float gets entangleg with a
street light which caused it to
crash to the ground in the mid-
dle of the parade.


delayed by uncontrollable
events.
While emergency vehicles
were clearing the scene and
tending to injuries, the Big Red
Machine stood, patiently wait-
ing. Unfortunately, none of them
were stretching for the two-
block jog they would soon run.
"While we were in the
parade we were not aware of the
situation," says Assistant Band
Director Jody Dunn.
"We could see the lights of
the emergency vehicles in Times
Square, but we had no idea what
was going on."
Both victims of the mishap
were treated for injuries and
released later.
"It's not unusual to have
delays in major parades," Dunn
says. "I did start looking at my
watch, wondering what was
going on."
After the parade was set into
motion the band had to run two
blocks through what is known
as the "quiet zone," the two
blocks that lead up to Herald
Square, where they gave a 70-
second on-camera national per-
formance.
"The kids didn't panic,"
Dunn says. "They did what
they've been trained to do. From
TV you couldn't tell that any-
thing had happened."
Because of the mishap the
parade's airtime on NBC was
delayed.
When the parade was over
Dunn called his wife from the
bus and asked her what she
thought of their performance.
"She said, 'I'm watching you;
you're on right now!"


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30,2005


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41 YEARS, from page 1 A


distance and a definitive line
was drawn through middle
America, crystallizing a right
and left political and cultural
mentality.
But beneath all of the racket
was a small band from an insu-
lar, southern town that decided
to make a trip to New York City,
a hotbed for all things political,
civil and otherwise controver-
sial.
The band, which was named
the "Big Red Machine" by
Lindsay in 1964, was invited to
perform at the Florida Pavilion
at the fair.
The pavilion had a 110 foot
tower that was topped by a
giant plastic orange rose, which
overshadowed palm trees and
carousel-shaped structures. It
even had a porpoise show,
which cost adults $2.
Children only had to pay $1.
"We spent five days in New
York and three days in
Washington D.C.," says
Lindsay. "The kids had a really
wonderful time. The World's
Fair, that was something else!"
The fair connected cultures
from all ovei the world.
Countries like Belgium and
Spain had life-sized replicas of
villages. There were pop art
pavilions and 55-foot tall
Chrysler motors.
The sights and sounds of the
fair suggested that the Space
Age had not only washed up on
America's shores, but it virtual-
ly influenced the technological
tidal waves that have since
given birth to everything from
man's first walk on the moon to
the Internet.
If the times- were different
then, so was the economy.
The students who went on
the trip, like those who recently
attended the Macy's trip, paid
their own way.
However, those kids did
things a little differently.
"We sold Krispy Kreme
Doughnuts all year long to raise
money for the trip," says'


Angela Bradley, whose maiden
name was Wadford. Bradley
played the clarinet in the band.
The kids each came up with
$120 to attend the eight-day
excursion.
Lindsay says that if you
lined up all of the donuts sold
they would stretch for 12 miles.
"Each kid had a weekly
donut route," he says.
The students in the current
band raised approximately
$1,300 each a total of $400,000
- to attend the five-day Macy's
trip.
While the current band flew
on two private charter jets a
brief, two-hour jaunt to New
Jersey the band in 1964
hopped on a train at the
Crestview Depot, which was
located on Main Street.
The train traveled slowly,
winding through North
Florida's pine* tree-littered
forests to Jacksonville, where
they boarded a bullet train,
which took the them to
Washington D.C. In the nation's
capital they visited the
Washington Monument, the
Lincoln Memorial and the
Smithsonian Institute.
"New York didn't stick out
to me like Washington did,"
says Larry Staff, a local busi-
nessman, who played trumpet
in the World's Fair band.
"New York never shut
down, no matter what time of
the night you went out. There
were people everywhere, all the
time," he says.
J.D. Wingard, Jr., was a trom-
bone player in the band. He had
already graduated high school
that spring, but was allowed to
attend the trip.
Wingard is now the chair-
man of the board at the First
National Bank.
"It was an exciting time to be
young and get to see New York
City," he says. "Riding on the
train was a real treat then."
After Washington D.C, the
band rode buses to New York


City.
"We stayed at the Great
Northern Hotel in the city,"
Lindsay says.
"We played three concerts a
day for two days. The rest of the
time the kids could travel the
fair."
There was plenty to see, too.
Located at Flushing
Meadow in Queens, N.Y., the
fair was squeezed into 646
acres. There were more than 140
pavilions and more than 70.mil-
lion people attended the fair,
which lasted two years, from
April 22 to Oct. 18, 1964, and
April 21 to Oct. 17, 1965.
In 1964, there were two civil
rights riots in New York and
one in New Jersey.
In those uncertain times a
"mob" of more than .100 people
could look a bit intimidating.
"This was during a time
when the riots were real treach-
erous in the city," Lindsay says.
"We were all wearing our
school colors. Every time we
got on the subway people
would get off because they
thought we were a gang," he
says, amused.
Lindsay reminisces about
the trip with fondness.
"It was a wonderful experi-
ence for me. The band kids then
and now are wonderful," he
says.
He believes that the band
has always been an environ-
ment that encourages tradition-
al values in kids' lives.
"It's one of the few things in
public schools that teaches self-
discipline. As long as you can
maintain those 'strong tradi-
tions, it's (the band) going to be
a good program. David Cadle
has done that," he says.
"I was a fortunate man in
that I got paid for doing my
hobby."
Bradley would like to orga-
nize a 1964 World's, Fair band
reunion. Those who were in the
band and who are interested
may contact her at 537-2364.


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Mr. Louis W. Lindsay, Band Director
Crestview High School
Crestview, Florida

'Dear Mr. Lindsay:

We wish to take this .opportunity to again confirm our sincere
appreciation for your appearances and performances at the Flori
Site of -the New York World's Fair. You added much to the excite:
ment of the Florida Pavilion. "

Please thank all the citizens of Crestview who were responsible
for assisting you and your Band for their loyalty and confidence.

We are sending to you .a; quantity of photographs that were taken'
while you were performiihg'"here' at the World's Fair. Also, we,
are forwarding negatives ,:so, that-you ,may ,have additional print'
made as you wish-.

It was with pride that, we presented you with the Bronze Medalli'
bearing the emblem of' the' World's Fair and the Seal of the Gred
State of Florida. All of the citizens of Crestview can be pr
of your representation and we are confident they will feel wel
repaid for their support. Again, many thanks to all of you.
look forward to meeting with you again.


BB ':mmun .


'65 Crimson Crest/Special to The News Bulletin
This is a letter from a representative of the 1964 World's Fair sent to then-CHS band director Lou
Lindsay, complimenting the band on it's performance in New York City.


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Take a stand

against bad TV

Matt Butler
State Director of
Florida's Parents Television Council

Who is to blame for the poor state of
television? The networks and media
conglomerates share some of the blame
in their race to produce racier fare every
week, ignoring data showing that
families want entertainment too.
Parents are not blameless either. Many
use the TV as a babysitter and most are
not educated about what their children
are watching. For those parents that are,
they often don't speak up when they are
bothered by what they see. The actors
are not blameless for agreeing to portray
the roles they are given, but the ultimate
responsibility falls with the advertisers.
They pay for the programs. Without their
money, bad shows would disappear.
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There frequent exceptions to this,
however, and many companies have no
idea what they are supporting. Usually
when a block of ad spots is bought from
a station these ads are aired at the
station's discretion and when certain
types of viewers that the advertiser
wants to target are expected to be in the
audience.
This doesn't let advertisers off the
hook, however. It is their money and
"they should know each and every time
their advertisements are aired. GEICO,
for instance, was recently embarrassed to
find out, after denying its sponsorship of
the extremely violent show "The Shield,"
that it was in fact a sponsor. GEICO
apologized.
Some companies seek out sleaze to
which to attach their name. Sony bought
the sole advertising rights to the season
vpremiexte eNipd T'iak," thanora1lya~s;a
rr-rifesponsible 'FX show about-two plastic
'-surgeors inl-Miazxii. That fit- episode"&- -
contained a graphic portrayal of a breast
implant surgery gone wrong, a flashback
of a rape by a murderer who was not
caught, and later the same character
having'sex with two women at the same
time, along with a slew of uncensored
profanities. Does Sony want to be known
as the company that supports threesomes
and foul language? It seems it does.
*',a Recently the Parents Television
"' council released a list of the Top Ten
a.ist and Worst Advertisers for the past
TV season. They found that while certain
companieses consistently sponsor family-
i j.Arendly television, others did not. Those
,S.Avho show up on the worst list owe
.,,parents an explanation. For example,
) YiTmi Brands, which owns such fast-food
chains as'KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut,
I sponsored filth-laden shows like "The
,.O.C." and "The Shield."
"At the other end of the, spectrum,
-' Clorox keeps it clean. The company's ads
-lan during family shows like "Extreme
1' Makeover: Home Edition" and "Joan of
Aiicadia." If parents want more choices
for family viewing, they need to let the
a advertisers, know that they are paying
Sitlention. It is time for the companies
'th.,t bring children the steady stream of
sex, violence and profanity under the
pretense ofentertainment to be held
accountablebe for their actions.





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Charlie Crist
Attorney General
Special to the Bulletin

As the 2005 hurricane season finally comes to a
close, it is appropriate to look back on how Floridians
were affected. Tragically, some lost their lives, while
others now face the daunting task of rebuilding.
First Denuns battered the western Panhandle. Then
Katrina and Rita rumbled through South Florida on
their way to greater mayhem in other parts of the
country. Wilma was a much more tragic story for
Florida, one that is still being written even today.
Barreling through our state, Wilma caused the loss
of life and a massive swath of destruction, and left
more than six million Floridians without power -
some for as long as three weeks. Wilma was
responsible for significant damage to the electric
power infrastructure and destroyed thousands of
utility poles, leading to a blackout for one-third of
Florida's population, mostly in South Florida. The
losses are still being calculated.
Just weeks after enduring the wrath of Wilma,
millions of Floridians received an unpleasant surprise
in early November. Through an action largely
unrelated to the hurricanes, but ill-timed in the wake
of those storms, the Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) granted the state's major utilities
permission to pass along fuel surcharges to Florida's
consumers. In the case of Florida Power and Light,
the PSC ordered an increase at a rate beyond even
what the company requested.
These surcharges reflect higher fuel costs that the
utilities Florida Power & Light, Tampa Electric
Company, Progress Energy, Gulf Power and the
Florida Public Utilities Company have had to pay in
recent months. All were granted increases of at least
5 percent, and Florida Power & Light's increase
amounts to 19 percent, adding on average about $17
per month to bills of everyday Floridians.
It should be noted that these increases are not
related to the agreements negotiated this past summer
by our office and a coalition of consumer advocates
including the Attorney General's Office, AARP, the
Public Counsel, the Florida Retail Federation and
others. Those important agreements saved consumers
more than $2.5 billion in basic electric rate hikes
requested by the utilities over the next four years. Nor


do the latest surcharges reflect hurricane damage
suffered by any of the companies those requests will
come later.
Power company officials have stated that the
companies are making no profit from these
surcharges, that they are only billing their customers
for their increased costs.
Who do the consumers get to bill for their added
costs? ,
They have nowhere to go, nor can private
businesses just pass their costs along to their
customers.
An easy example makes the contrast clear. If a
cereal company incurs higher fuel costs of 30 to 40
percent delivering its product to supermarkets it can't
just automatically pass that cost along to consumers
on every box of cereal it sells. If it does, it puts itself
at risk of pricing itself out of the market when
consumers chose a competing brand that did not pass
the entire cost increase on to the consumer. Put
simply, the customer has a choice.
As legal monopolies, the power companies do not
have to worry about competition. We as consumers
do not have a choice to buy or not buy their product.
We have to have electricity.
For this reason the Public Service Commission was
put in place to serve, as its name provides, "the
public". The PSC's mission is to regulate the power
industry, as well as the telecommunications industry
and others, but most importantly, to protect the
people. When the power companies, however, can
simply turn to the PSC to rubber stamp the pass
through of these increased fuel costs, the system is no
longer working and the people are not being served.
On November 11, I contacted Senator Nancy
Argenziano and Representative Marcelo Llorente,
who share my concern about placing high fuel prices
squarely on the backs of the people. We agree that
there is an inequity in the current system. They will
lead the effort in the Legislature to look at ways to
provide the PSC with the authority to require the
utilities to use some of their profits to offset their
higher fuel costs.
Such a change would bring fairness and some relief
to consumers, while still allowing the companies to
remain profitable and an attractive investment in
Florida. Why should Floridians be forced to shoulder
this burden alone?


The power of agenda setting


First, let me wish everyone
a Happy Thanksgiving. I
know today you have to
tiptoe around on holidays as
to what you say, but I believe
that this is one that all
Americans celebrate. I hope
no one will complain over the
S-; rc ~sdTgre"tagi'v' I '
The power to set the
agenda in the Congiess is an
incredibly strong weapon.
Let's look at several recent
Lou Frey examples. President Bush has
been taking a beating in the
Congress from many who want to set a time for
withdraw] of our troops in Iraq. There was a vote in the
Senate where the majority of Republicans and Democrats
indicated that 2006 was the key year for the Iraqis to get
their act together, with many interpreting this as a strong
message that withdrawals better start next year. In the
House, the matter came to a head when long-time,
respected Congressman John Murtha (D-PA) talked about
the need for an early exit policy. Murtha served in the U.S.
Marines in Korea and in Vietnam, earned a bronze star
with a combat V, two purple hearts, the Vietnamese Cross
of Gallantry and retired as a colonel in the U.S. Reserve. I
have known John for many years and respect him.
Many Democrats in the House felt that this was an
opportunity to get a vote on a staged withdrawal and
damored for same. The Republicans in the House were
much smarter than their counterparts in the Senate. They
put in a Republican Resolution calling for early
withdrawal of our troops and forced a vote on that issue.
Nearly everybody in the House, including John Murtha,
voted against it. The reason is simple: it's one thing to
talk about a phased withdrawal, it's another thing to talk
about a precipitous withdrawal of our troops, and no
Democrat running for office in '06 wanted to be in that
position.
I respectfully disagree with setting a timetable for
getting out of Iraq. I deeply feel it is the wrong strategy
and only hurts our ability to wage war, emboldens and
encourages our enemies and puts our troops in danger.
Why stop the attacks when you are winning the war.
Osama Bin Laden told ABC's John Miller in a 1998
interview when the United States "rushed out of
Somalia in shame and disgrace it proved the American
soldier was just a paper tiger." My strong
personal feelings come from the Vietnam
letin era. When I first ran for office, I talked
l about Vietnam in my campaign brochure,
cord" I said, "Our first commitment is to the.


over one-half million Americans fighting and risking
death this very moment. We must use the necessary
diplomatic, economic and political and military
resources to back up these men...... The war will end
only when we demonstrate our resolve and
determination." Within a few months of being elected in
1969, I1 paid my way to Vietnam to get a first hard look
at what was going on. I went back in 1970. I
participated in the debates in Congress and watched" as
our efforts:in Vietnam were attacked e\ eryday by bias-ed
press reporting. I saw President Nixon force the North
Vietnamese back to the peace table in Paris through
massive bombings over Christmas in 1972. I watched
thereafter as the United States abandoned its ally, South
Vietnam, and allowed South Vietnam to be conquered
by North Vietnam with the resulting mass killings.
South Vietnam proved to be yet another instance where
the United States did not keep its commitments to an
ally or respond strongly and effectively when attacked.
The issue is not whether we should be in Iraq or not.
That is for another time and another place. We are there.
Some progress has been made. Iraqis have adopted a
constitution and, despite all, are ready for elections in
December. The training of their military and police
continues. All of us would like to see it go faster. Our
losses, and one is too many, are minimal compared to
what the Iraqis are suffering. I would hope and pray
that we have an exit strategy, and have impressed on the
Iraqi government what they have to do and when they
have to do it. Common sense just tells you that to take
that public just doesn't make any sense.
The most important bill of the year is the Defense
Appropriations bill. It passed both the Senate and the
House, but the House has not yet appointed conferees.
The staffs have been working for sometime and most all.
the issues have been resolved. This bill is being hpld
until December to be brought to the floor right before
this year's session doses. Why? The bill must pass.
Leadership in the House can attach all sort of provisions
to the bill favorable to Republicans. The power to set
the agenda dictates legislative results. Both the matters
discussed here are extremely important pieces of
legislation. If the Democrats controlled, the vote would
have been on a phased withdrawal from Iraq with a
totally different result. The Defense appropriations bill
would be a Democrat not a Republican Christmas tree
containing many presents. Happy Thanksgiving and
God bless America.

Lou Frey, Jr. Is a former member of Congress (FL '69-
'79), Past President, Former Members of Congress,
Partner, Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed,
P.A., Orlando, Florida.


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At dawn on the morning of
October 23, 1944, just over 61
years ago, off the coast of the
central Philippine island of
Leyte, a military operation code-
named Taffy 111 signaled the
start of one of the costliest and
bloody naval battles the world
has evernseenoemThe four naval.-
.,:engageyents- that w7ot fake
place during OctoS' f
that year would be forever
known as the "Battle of Leyte
Gulf."
Ernest C. Burney, now living
in Baker, was a machinist mate
aboard .the escort destroyer CV
73, the USS Gambier Bay, that
october morning, and it was an
experience he would never for-
get.
This is also a story of heroism
above anything modern warfare
had ever witnessed, and behind
the gambit was the brash,
recently promoted Vice-
Admiral Thomas C. Kincaid, 7th
Fleet Commander. His large task
force converged in a choke hold
around Leyte. All in all, there
were more than 200 ships that
would take place in the historic
four-day battle that ultimately
decided the Pacific war. It
would be a humiliating and
unrecoverable defeat for the
mighty Japanese Imperial Navy.
At the end of the four-day battle,
26 Japanese warships had been
sunk with the loss of life of more
than 10,000 Japanese sailors.
American naval losses were 6
ships sunk to enemy gunfire, or
by suicide plane, with the loss of
life counted in the hundreds.
"I remember it like it was
yesterday," Burney said. "We
had been sent to Leyte by
Admiral Halsey to protect
General MacArthur's invasion
of the Philippines islands. We'd
been there since the 20th of
October as part of a small task
force, and it was so peaceful and
quiet. Then just before daybreak,
I awoke and was out on the deck
and thinking it would be just
another routine day."
"I noticed fog had rolled in
overnight," said Burney. "There
were gentle swells and the ships
seemed (to be) rocking us to
sleep. Then, just as dawn broke
we noticed water began wash-
ing up on the side of the ship,
and we wondered why that
was," he added. "As the fog
burned off I' could see ships,
hundreds of them, as far as the
eye could see. I was amazed
because I'd never seen such a
huge concentration of warships


in my life. It really was an
unbelievable sight.
"Then it began, ships began
firing round after thunderous
round and the air was thick with
smoke and the smell of cordite.
All hell was breaking loose
around us and the noise was so
deafening we couldn't hear any-.
thing," Burney said, recalling
the scenes with vivid clarity.
"This went on hour after hour
after hour."
"We were doing ok, until the
early morning of the 25
October," Burney said. "The bat-
tle had been raging since the
morning of the 24th and it had
been two days of the most har-
rowing I had ever seen. Th6
noise, and cannon flashes and
fires. The way the ship rocked
when we fired our 5-inch can-
non, and it was non-stop
shelling."
"Despite the heroic efforts to
shield us by smoke screens and
a ring of ships protecting us, we
were hit, along with three other
destroyers. One close to us, the
USS Samuel B. Roberts, was
sunk. The USS Houel and USS
Johnson were also sunk. Then
we began taking direct hits from
the Japanese ships, and after
several hours we began to list,"
Burney said.
"We were being blow apart
by the Japanese, and there was
nothing we could do because by
then we were dead in the water.
Finally around 9 a.m., Captain
Walter Vieweg, our skipper, gave
the order to abandon ship,"
Burney said. "It is a hard thing to
abandon your home," he added,
"but we had to and as the ship
began to sink, I found a rope line
and swung over the side and
tried to ease my way down into
the water, but I guess I was so
afraid or something I went down
a lot faster than I thought.
"Anyway, once I hit the water
I screamed because my hands
felt like they were on fire and I
looked at my fingers and saw
raw bone. I had burned off all


the flesh on my fingertips going
down that rope," Burney said.
"We, my shipmates and I,
were fortunate because most of
us survived and we were res-
cued, but we were in the water
for three days, floundering
around and holding on to any-
thing we could keep afloat,"
Burney said, and by then, he had
begun ingesting salt water.
53man 'slWi was good fqr my
-'burned fingetsibutbadfrom mny
- gui," Buifdy said' with a smile.
"We never understood why
they left us in the water that
long. Sharks were everywhere
and they got some of the men.
We were rescued after nearly
three full days afloat in the
water, and half naked and invol-
untarily ingesting salt water. We
were finally put aboard tie AH-
6, the USS Comfort, a hospital
ship, and by then I had swal-
lowed so much salt ioVatei I
began having hallucinations "
Burnely stated. T '
The troops were trarisorted
toto a US Army hospital !in
Hollandia, New Guined'vwhere
Burney's recuperation, began.
He was then transferredi o San
Francisco. "After I gdt well
enough-to return to duty I was
given a choice of where I wanted
to serve, so I chose Jacksonville
since that was my hometown. I
remained there until ,March
1945, and by then the European
war was all but over, and I got
discharged."
Burney married Ruth Spurlin
in Jacksonville in 1945, and they
moved to Miami, where he
would work with his father-in-
law for a number of''years.
Then he set off on his own, and
became owner of two successful
service stations in Miami area.
Ruth, his wife (who was born
and raised in Okaloosa County),
passed away in 1995, and now
Burney lives with his daughter
here in north Okaloosa County.
Even though sixty plus years
have passed since that fateful
day, it still remains one of the
most important in his life.
The enormous sea battle of
which Burney remembers so
vividly turned the tide of the
war. The Japanese imperial
armada was soundly defeated,
but there was a cost. While most
of Burley's shipmates were res-
cued, some of his closest bud-
dies were among the 145 who
perished aboard the USS
Gambier Bay, which now lies
entombed for eternity at the bot-
tom of Leyte Gulf.
"I will never forget them,"
Burney said, and I hope we
never do."


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Suspicious pants
Recently, a Crestview man
was getting ready to go out with
his girlfriend and her friend for
a night on the town.
Unfortunately, before he
could finish getting dressed the
girls had already left his place
with his newest pair of pants,
his wallet, his keys and more
than $1,500.
While he was showering the
ladies entered several rooms in
the house and took the items.
They even broke into a locked
closet, where they found his
pants.
After searching aimlessly for
a dean pair, he realized that the
two had bolted, fleeing on foot
through the neighborhood.
Not only was his whole
wardrobe thrown off, but he
also couldn't find any shoes to
match his new pants.
The females were eventually
caught when they were seen
divvying up the proceeds from
their theft.
Who knows what they did
with the man's pants, but we
hear that he's been seen perus-
ing the aisles at Goodwill.

The trouble with ATMs
Recently, a Crestview mother
had quite a surprise when she
realized that her daughter
removed more than $800 from
her bank account.
The daughter, obviously a
bright, young lass, told her
mother that she only needed
$20. The mother handed over
her ATM card and gave the
daughter specific instructions
to withdraw the money and
return immediately with the
card.
Fast-forward two days later.
The daughter still hadn't
returned home and the mother's
account balance dropped like
flies at the county landfill.
The daughter spent a large
portion of the. money on drugs
and became a sitting duck when
her mother finally caught up
with her. The daughter was
--argested and,.taken away.hy the
sheriff's office. .... .... ,,
--- Noword-yet orrwhether the
mother got her money back, but
the daughter did spend some
quality time in the tank.
Kids, your parents' bank
account has a wonderful thing
called an account balance. Banks
even have automated lines that
your parents can call at anytime
a 'ai get an updated balance.
Another words, stealing money
,.of m., your parents' ATM
Saqcount is like using a projector

n It's great to be


screen to help your
friends cheat on a
math test.

The past can be
a major pain
Recently, a


Crestview couple
were relaxing at
home one night, watching the
movie, "Major Payne."
The popcorn was buttery and
the lights were down low. The
night was an evening to remem-
ber, until the boyfriend opened
his big mouth.
For some strange reason the
movie reminded him of some-
thing that he did in his single
days. After blurting it out a bit
too excitedly the girlfriend
became angry and told him that
he should have told her about
his past before they got together.
The boyfriend then started
being a major pain, throwing
objects and slamming doors.
He then lit into the girl-
friend's daughter, cursing at her
and calling her names.
The girlfriend demanded
that he leave. Unfortunately,
before he left, he demanded that
she pay him for half the rent that
he had given her at the begin-
ning of the month.
It's unfortunate that such a
nice, cozy evening was ruined
because of a silly movie. Next
time if there is a next time -
maybe the couple should
watch something sad. Sad
movies always reunite people in
the end.

Dude, where's my bike?
Recently, a Crestview man
noticed that his bicycle and a
few tools were taken from his
backyard.
However, the man decided
not to report the stolen property
until he saw a local teen happily
riding the bike down his street.
He confronted/the kid and
asked him why he was on his
bike. The kid, however, denied
taking it and told him that he
got the bike from "the guy up
the road." *
The man then went on to tell
the kid that he was the guy from
up the road and that he wanted
his bike back.
Strangely enough, the kid
then told him that he did in fact
steal the bike, but quickly
changed his story, saying again
that he got it froia-the guy up
the road.
The kid left and the man fol-
lowed him home. While the
man was telling the kid's moth-
er about the theft, the kid
attempted to spray paint the
bike. He hoped to changed the
color from gremlin green to pur-
ple.
After the police showed up
the man got his bicycle back.
However, we hear that he won't
ride it until all of the purple
paint has been removed.


North Okaloosa


Crime Reports


City of Crestview
crime reports
A capias was requested for Octavia
E. Bradberry, 21, on a charge of allowing
an unauthorized person to drive by letting
someone whose license was suspended
borrow her vehicle.
11/11: A capias was requested for
Latoyla S. Foster, 23, of Crestview on a
charge of forgery.

Okaloosa County Sheriff
crime reports
David Odell Stewart, 48, of 8301
Yellow River Baptist Church Road, Baker,
was charged with aggravated battery, and
aggravated assault-domestic violence.
Octavia Eyvonne Bradberry, 21, of 3278
Auburn Road, Crestview, was charged with
3-4 counts of worthless checks.
11/7: Jerry Durrell Chessher, 57, of
4351 N. Sundance Way, Holt, was charged
with possession of cocaine, driving while
license permanently revoked, possession of
drug paraphernalia, and resisting arrest
without violence.
11/9: A Crestview High 17 year old was
issued a noticeto appear on a charge of bat-
tery.
11/10: Timothy Richard Nelson, 47, of
115 Cabana Way, Crestview, was charged
with 7 counts of worthless checks. Denise
Lynett Allen, 37, of 3288 Auburn Road,
Crestview, was charged with prescription
fraud. James Bamhill reported that money
had been taken from his checking account
without his permission. Cyril Selfridge of
Crestview reported that a check had been
forged in his name. A 16 year old teen was
issued a notice to appear on a trespassing
charge for being at Crestview High.
. 11/11: James Franklin Sparra, 39, of
255 West Railroad Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with failure to appear. Latoyia
Shermikia Foster, 23, was arrested for viola-
tion of probation.


Movie Schedule Starting Friday, Dec. 2nd
HARRY POTTER AND PC-13
THE GOBLET OF FIRE
FRIDAY 6:30 P.M. ONLY
SATURDAY................. 12.30, 3:45 & 7:00 PM
SUNDAY ......................12:30, 3:45 & 7:00 PM
MONDAY THURSDAY........................6:30 PM

WALK THE LINE PG-13
FRIDAY 6:30 P.M. ONLY
SATURDAY...................12:30, 3:45 & 7:00 PM
SUNDAY .....................12:30, 3:45 & 7:00 PM
MONDAY -THURSDAY...........................6:30 PM
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FRIDAY 6:30 & 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY...........I:, 3.00, 6:30 & 8-00 P.M.
SUNDAY :..... ....I,3:00, 6:30 & :00 P.M.
MONDAY THURSDAY-..........6:30 & 8.:00 P.M.


11/12: Lynn Michelle Hill, 28, of 110
Sikes Drive, Crestview, was arrested for a
worthless check. Nicole Lee Kemp, 22, of
8119 Kemp Road, Laurel Hill, was charged
with uttering a forged instrument. Donald
Christopher Weekly, Jr., 22, of E. James Lee
Blvd., Crestv[ew, was arrested for failure to
appear. Sean David Robinson, 38, of 164
Cabana Way, Crestview, was arrested on a
count of worthless check. William Charles
Marker, 18, of 3144 Sonya St., Pace, Fla.,
was charged with driving under the influ-
ence.
11/14: Christopher Allen Chase, 21, of
3908 Highland Avenue, Rocky Allen Chase,
47, of 698 S. Main Street, and Richard
Eugene Christy, 43, of 973 Valley Road, all
of Crestview,' were arrested on charges of
environment litter over 500 pounds after
leaving a mobile home by the road. Amber
Howell of Crestview reported the theft of her
wallet from her jacket pocket. Melanie
Lloyd of Crestview reported the theft of her
subscription bag. Tiffany Russell reported
the theft of her prescription.
11/15: A diamond-plated tool box con-
tain miscellaneous hand tools, a large
amount of nails and other items was found
near Karick Lake Road and Hwy 189. Gary
Nash of Crestview reported that someone
had broken into his house and stolen sever-


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games, Play Station, and a router. Pamela
Flores of Baker reported that her home had
been burglarized, with about 300 movies, a
Pioneer TV/DVD player, and 2 VCRs being
stolen. Natalie Proffitt of Baker reported the
theft of her purse while she was vacuuming
her car. Kelly Dominiak of Crestview,
reported the theft of her wallet from her vehi-
cle.
11/16: Miranda Cadenhead of
Crestview reported that her vehicle had
been entered, and her cell phone, money,
and purse had been stolen from her vehicle.
* Kimberly Bowman reported the theft of a
satellite radio and her purse from her vehi-
cle. Amelia Hicks of Crestview reported
the theft of a Gamecube, games, and a
DVDN/VCR player from her vehicle. A 13
year old was charged with battery/domestic
violence after hitting his mom.
11/17: Donald Ray Adams, 35, of 5575
Hwy. 393, Crestview, was arrested for viola-


tion of a domestic violence injunction. *
Johnny Heath Watson, 31, of 5947 Meadow
Lane N., Crestview, was arrested on a
charge of failure to pay traffic fines on a dri-
ving while license suspended or revoked
charge. Justin Erron Edgell, 21, of.3157 E..
Chestnut Avenue, Crestview, was arrested
on a charge of violation of probation.
11/18: Javier Deveau of Crestview
reported that someone had broken into his'
vehicle and stolen his CD player, Kenwood
amp, and GS Systems speakers. Bobby L.
Duvall, 26, was charged with violation of pro-
bation.
11/19: Albert Dewayne Cadenhead, 21,
of 593 Long Drive, Crestview, was arrested
for aggravated assault with intent to commit
a felony, and battery touch or strike. *
Wendell Wynn reported that a Coca-Cola
machine had been broken into at a
Crestview area business. David Baker
reported the theft of a DVD from the Tom
Thumb Food Store.


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ARGININE FOR HAPPY ARTERIES t ne roea in th. eas ofl
' This amino acid may help your oide lt bane
heart.... and your heart's desire. dl l ood I essels) and as
Give all to love, obey thy heart," cries the poet, and s rp l tl arginine reseiarc
mosi of us have felt the link between our hearts and our s also ud m al a wa
more passionate feelings. In the more reasoned lan- w Io
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That's where arginine comes in. This amino acid p d
(protein building block) has stirred excitement because
of its ability to improve blood flow. Scientists now think that one reason nuts promote heart health,
in addition to their high omega-3 content, is because they provide plenty of arginine (as do other
high-protein foods such as meat, cheese and eggs), and supplemental arginine has been linked to
improvements in cardiovascular function. This nutrient is also under the microscope as a way to
promote healthy sexual functioning in both men and women.
ARTERIES UNCLENCHED
As often as we've heard the heart described as a pump and the blood vessels as pipes, the,
plumbing analogy doesn't entirely hold. For one thing, arteries those vessels that carry oxygen
and nutrient-rich blood from the heart to the body are dynamic creations, with muscular walls
that can narrow or widen as needed. One of the chemicals that control this process is called nitric
oxide, and arginine plays a crucial role in nitric oxide production.
Because the body can create its own stores, arginine is classified as anon-essential amino acid.
Howeverscientists now think that getting a supplemental supply (in the form of L-arginine) may
be best for optimal well-being. In a well-designed multi-national study, for example, men with
high cholesterol who took L-arginine experienced drops in both blood pressure and homocysteine,
a substance associated with heart attack and stroke (Journal of Nutrition 2/05). A research team
at UCLA believes that combining L-arginine with such antioxidants as vitamins C and E may reduce
the inflammation that can lead to blocked coronary blood vessels.
ARDOR ENABLED
Arginine's ability to stimulate bountiful blood flow supports enhanced intimacy, which in both
genders depends on a fully activated circulatory system. In fact, arginine's effects on nitric oxide
are similar to those of Viagra and comparable drugs-except that arginine "is much less danger-
ous," according to nationally noted herbalist Ellen Kamhi.
Men and women experiencing sexual dysfunction enjoyed greater levels of satisfaction after
taking an arginine-based supplement, and the ladies reported having better relationships with
their partners. What's more, arginine has helped infertile men by making sperm stronger and
healthier.
Arginine may also help keep things pumping smoothly at the gym. It promotes the release of
human growth hormone, which helps muscles grow bigger, and boosts the production creatine,
which serves-as a power pack for high-intensity sports. What's more, arginine helps the body rid
itself of ammonia, a toxic byproduct of physical activity. The amino acid's ability to enable pro-
tein creation aids not only athletes but also people recovering from wounds, including those asso-
ciated with surgery and burns. (Note: the herpes virus that causes cold sores thrives on arginine;
avoid supplements if you're having an outbreak.)
When the mind is willing but the body falls short, let arginine unleash your potential.

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Community Announcements


CRESTVIEW CHRISTMAS PARADE: The Crestview Downtown Christmas
Parade, with the theme "Christ The Light of Christmas," will be held Sat., Dec. 3
at 5:30 p.m. Participants will march down North Main Street, and Santa Clause will
attend. Lots of lights, marching bands, decorated floats are part of the festivities. The
parade is sponsored by the Main Street Crestview Association and the City of
Crestview.
DEFUNIAK HOMETOWN CHRISTMAS: 9AM to 5 PM Saturday, Nov. 26
at the Walton County Fairgrounds, Highway 83 North, DeFuniak Springs.
A day of arts and crafts, foods, kids' activities, a Santa House, and much more are
planned. For more information call 850-830-1661.
COATS FOR KIDS AT CHRISTMAS: The United Way of Okaloosa-Walton
Counties, A&A Transfer, arid Storage, and Bangkok Cleaners have begun their sup-
port of the 2005 Coats for Kids at Christmas drive.
Coat boxes will remain in area banks 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
HCrestview, Gulf Power, Regions Bank,
SHankison Vanguard Bank, BankTmst Bank, Beach
Family Community Bank, City of Niceville
Library, First City Bank, People's First
Chiropractic Community Bank, SunTrust Bank.
Coats will be picked up and deliv-
683- 000ered to Bangkok Cleaners in Fort
Auto Accident, Pain Walton Beach for cleaning. United Way
Relief, Injury and agencies will then distribute the coats to
Wellness Care any child at no cost to the family. For
Massage Therapy Available more information, call the United Way
Most Insurances Accepted & Filed at 243-0315.
1455 S. Ferdon Blvd., Ste. D-2, THE FREE ZONE: The Free Zone
Crestview, Florida 32536 is an after-school program designed to
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The Free Zone is located at 1905
Moore's Chiropratic Martin Luther King Blvd., Apt. A2,
Crestview, FL, and operating hours are
Health Center Mon., Wed., and Fridays from 2:30-
5:30 p.m. For registration information
please contact the Free Zone at 850-
423-7103.


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Now accepting new patients
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On Friday, Dec. 2, the dynamic Ara Saxophone Quartet will play at
7:30 p.m. for First Arts Concert Series in the sanctuary of First
United Methodist Church, downtown Fort Walton Beach.


Church Bulletins

Please turn in your church news briefs to the News Bulletin by 5
PM on the Thursdays prior to publication.
EVENTS
SEASON'S GREETINGS CANTATA: Valley Road Baptist Church at 1018
Valley Road, Crestview, will present their Christmas cantata, "Season's Greetings,"
on Dec. 11 at 11 a.m. A fellowship dinner will follow the service.
CHRISTMAS SKETCHES: The Christian Symphonic Band and Strings will
open the Christmas season with a lively concert entitled "Christmas Sketches" on
Friday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. At Navarre United Methodist Church, 9474 Hwy. 98,
Navarre; and Saturday, Dec. 3, 7 p.m. at the Cinco Baptist Church, 26 Yacht Club
Drive, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla:
Both concerts are free to the public; a love offering will be taken up during the
concert. Call 850-939-6552 for information.
FIRST LUTHERAN ADVENT: An advent worship service will be held Wed.,
Nov. 30 at First Lutheran Church of Florala at 7 p.m. Join them for soup and sand-
wiches at 6 p.m., and stay for worship of the coming of our Lord. Mary-Martha Bible
study is Thursday, Dec. 1 at 9 a.m.; LWML meeting and Christmas workshop is Sat.,
Dec. 3.
FUMC CHRISTMAS CANTATA: The Chancel Choir of the Crestview First
United Methodist Church (FUMC), 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview, with Music
Director Kevin Lusk, and accompanist Leon Curenton, will present the Christmas
cantata "Emmanuel God with Us" on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 6:00 p.m., in the church's
main sanctuary.
Composed by Lloyd Larson, this contemporary musical celebration of Christmas
is a stirring and meaningful interpretation of the birth of the Christ. The public is
invited to attend this free performance, as well as any other services of the congrega-
tion.
Additional information about this event, or any other FUMC happening is avail-
able during normal business hours from the church's administrative office (682-
2018).
LAS PASADAS, ANYONE?: The Crestview Community Church of Christ con-
gregation is seeking assistance from anyone who has experienced a Hispanic Las
Pasadas Christmas celebration. They want to honor the church's heritage as an inter-
national church with hundreds of congregations in Hispanic communities. If you have
information or would like to volunteer, please call Faye Shaw at 850-623-2548; Ann
Sprague, 537-5781; Linda Mitchell, 537-9423; or Angie Mitchell, 423-1033.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
CHRISTIAN FAITH MINISTRIES: Start your day a better way with Christian
Faith Ministries at 5:30 a.m. on 90.1 FM radio.
FREE BIBLE CORRESPONDENCE COURSE: Airport Road Church of
Christ is offering a free Bible correspondence course. Call 682-4025 for more infor-
mation. The radio program airs Monday through Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ,


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Obituaries

Gladys "Patty" Cadle
April 30, 1921 Nov. 28, 2005
Gladys "Patty" Cadle, age 84, of Crestview, passed away on Monday,
Nov. 28, 2005 at a local nursing home. She was born on April 30, 1921 to
Charles and Letha McComb in Huntersville, WV and moved in 1979 to
Crestview from Craigsville, WV.
She is preceded in death by her grandson, Alden Cadle; grand-
daughter, Sheila Cadle; sister, Lucy McQuain; and brothers, Harry
Whiting and Leonard Edwards.
Gladys was a loving wife, mother and grandmother to those she
leaves behind. She is survived by her husband of 68 years, Elder
Kenneth Cadle of Crestview; sons, Keith and Christine Cadle of
Crestview, Jerry and Edna Cadle of Springboro, OH, and David and
Shirley Cadle of Crestview; grandchildren, Melinda Swihart of Wasilla,
AK, Anthony Cadle of Dayton, KY, Melissa Ballard of Niceville, FL,
Philip Cadle of Hays, KS, Jeremy. Cadle of Crestview, FL and Benjamin
Cadle of Arlington, VA; 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Eldridge
McComb of Marlinton, WV; sisters, Elizabeth Cadle of Craigsville, WV,
Marie Turtle of Mannington, WV and Fleeta Benboe of Vancouver, WA.
A time of visitation will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2005 from
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. Funeral services
will be conducted on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church in Crestview with Elder Edward Morgan,
Elder Charles Ellis, and Elder Michael Green officiating. Burial will fol-
low at Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery. Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home is entrusted with arrangements.

Martha Bright
Martha Bright, age, 50, of Crestview, passed away Thursday,
November 3, 2005 at her home. She was born on January 21, 1955 in
Daytona Beach, FL and moved to Crestview from Georgia.
Martha worked as a nurse. She was Baptist by faith.
Martha is preceded in death by parents Lewis Wilbur and Mae Alice
Hinton.
She is survived by: sons Leonard Lee DeLong of Beaumont, TX, who
is currently serving in Iraq, and Thomas Samuel Bright of Crestview;
daughters, Theresa Bright of Baker and Amber Hudson of Perdido Key,
FL; brother, Michael Belt of Ooltewah, TN; sisters, Sheila Mae
Murphy and Alice Fay Voorhees, both of Ooltewah; grandchildren,
Jason Rogers, Madison and Matthew Barrow; dose friend,- Vicki
Hansmann of Crestview; several nieces, nephews, and extended family.
A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu
of flowers donations may be made to the local Horizons.

C.P. Pugh Holland
C.P. (Pugh) Holland of Crestview died on Nov. 22, 2005 at the North
Okaloosa Medical Center Hospital. Pugh was born in Thomasville, Ala.
on Oct. 31, 1908.
Pugh and his family moved to Crestview in 1952 and he and his wife,
Johnnie Belle Holland, ran Holland Truck and Tractor Company until
1972. Pugh and his family became members of the First Baptist Church
of Crestview in 1952.
Pugh was preceded in death by his wife of 69 years and 10 months,
Johnnie Bell Holland, who died in 2004; an infant grandson, Thomas
Brian Holland, who died in 1970; and a granddaughter, Ashli HOlland,
who died in 1998. He loved them all so very much.
Pugh Holland is survived by his son, Tommy Holland and wife
Frances of Crestview; his daughter, Kitty Powell and husband Mike of
Destin, Fla.; grandchildren, Dr. Jennifer Holland Wayer and husband
Jerry of Crestview, Katie Holland Everett and husband Victor of
Crestview, Tracy Endy and hus-
band Brent of Tallahassee, Fla.,
Clare Wilen and husband Carl of
S" ... Cum ings,_Ga.,_.and &--great-
,M 'He was a mtan'of greaTmoral
character and conviction; a lover
of the outdoors and & master
turkey hunter; a dedicated, loving
husband, father, grandfather, and
great-grandfather, and he will be
sorely missed.
Services were held at 2 p.m. on
Friday, Nov. 25, 2005 at the First
Baptist Church of Crestview, with
viewing beginning at 1 p.m.
Brother Francis Picker conducted
the service. Burial followed ai the
Live Oak Memorial Cemetery in
Crestview. Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home was entrusted
with services.

Neil Woodward
SFeb. 9, 1979-Nov. 24, 2005
On Nov. 24, 2005, Neil
tend lWoodward of Merced, Calif.,
born Feb. 9, 1979, went to be with
fa lR the Lord. After a long fighthe left
this, world.
Neil left behind a wife,
(ra) Yolanda Woodward, and 3 chil-
dren, Justin, Darrian, and Alaura;
his 3 children of El Paso, Texas,
Leitha, Bradley, and Shiloh, his
lic o Iparents, Hugh and Kathleen
Woodward of Holt, Fla., and
SBrenda Duncan of Wisconsin. He,
is also survived by numerous sis-
'a t ters and brothers, aunts, uncles,
and cousins. The family says,
W^[ us."Thanks to all who prayed with

Dalton Hutto
Oct. 2,1931 Nov. 23, 2005
SDalton Hutto, age 74, of
e Crestview, Fla., passed away on
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2005 at his
home surrounded by his family.
He was born on October 2, 1931 in
Baker and moved back to the area
two years ago from Indiana.
Dalton, a veteran of the United
05 States Air Force, worked for
Dextel Axle in Indiana.
Dalton is survived by his wife,
of 51 years, Kathleen Hutto of
SHuCrestview, FL; sons, Donald Joe
Hutto and Dalton Jeff Hutto, both


of Crestview; daughter, Judy Ross
of Kendallville, Ind.; sisters, Cleo
,ell Gatlin and Jewel Dunn, both of
SCrestview; 3 grandchildren, 6
great-grandchildren, and numer-
ous loving nieces and nephews.
A time of visitation was held
on Friday, Nov. 25 at Whitehurst-
I vd. Powell Funeral Home from 6:00
to 8:00 p.m. Funeral services were
conducted from the chapel of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home on Sat., Nov. 26 at 10:00
a.m. Burial followed at Old Bethel
Cemetery, in Crestview.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home was entrusted with
arrangements.


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'07 admissions process for the
charter school and set the official
application period for February
1 to 28, 2006. Trustees had previ-
ously approved the school's
capacity for 2006 at 250 students.
Prospective students to the
Collegiate High School, which
allows 10th, 11th and 12th grade
students to simultaneously earn
a high school diploma and a col-
lege degree, may begin the steps


in the admissions process now in
preparation for the February
application period. Admissions
materials approved by the
trustees are now posted on the
Collegiate school's web site at
www.owcollegiatehigh.org.
Trustees also approved a
.mid-year admissions period for
the Collegiate High School to
allow a limited number of new
10th and 11th grade students to
enter the school in January.
Applications must be submit-
ted by Dec. 2 in order for
prospective students to'part of
a Dec. 5 admissions lottery.
Applicants may be accepted
after deadline on a space avail-
able basis.
In other matters, trustees
also approved renewal of a
lease for state representative
Don. Brown to use space at the
OWC Chautauqua Center in
DeFuniak Springs as his official
district office, amendments to
the college educational plant
survey, and other items.
The next meeting of the col-'
lege trustees is January 17 at
6:30 p.m. in the College Mall
community gallery, building K
of the Niceville Campus.


Financial education


contest for teens


Florida Chief Financial
Officer Tom Gallagher is pro-
moting an essay contest for
teenagers called Cash In on Your
Money Smarts. The contest
offers teens a chance at more
than $7,500 in prizes state wide,
with a top individual award of
$750.
The competition is open to
tee 1 ages *11W, nW t sub-
mit a T 'T^ o _esay ....
Florida Departmentof Financial
Services by Jan. 27, 2006.
Each participant must pro-
vide a comprehensive response
to the following question: If you
had $100,000 to invest, what
would you invest in and why?
The response should address
why you would invest in certain
companies or products, what

"D'Vine"

Post-Symphony

Reception

S Join international recording
artists D'Vme, Music Director
SDemetrius Fuller and other spe-
c al guests Friday, Dec. 9 for a
fabulous dessert and cham-
Spage reception at the estate of
and Christina Ruckel
ir nediately following the
'64tmas concert at The Arts
Center at Okaloosa-Walton
College.
The "Dessert &
-hainpagne" reception, offer-
ing.gourmet sweet delights,
champagne and other refresh-
ments, will feature holiday
entertainment by the incompa-
rable performer, Phyllis Hasty.
The talented vocal trio D'Vine
will also mingle with guests
and lead partygoers in their
favorite Christms carols.
Thias wonderful evening,
from 9:30 to 11:30 p.m., will cel-
ebrate what is sure to be the
high mark of this year's holi-
day events. "0 Nite D'Vmine" is
at 7:30 p.m., Friday Dec. 9 and
is the third in this season's per-
formances by the Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra.
The concert features the glori-
ous sounds of the 80-member
Symphony Chorus along with
D'Vine.
Tickets are $50 per person
and are fully tax deductible as
donations to support the NFSO.
Reserve your tickets as soon as
possible as space is limited. For
more information or to make
your reservation, call 729-6023.
If you have not purchased
your tickets to the concert the
Northwest Florida Daily News
called the "quickest standing
ovation witnessed at The Arts
Center," call the box office now
,at 729-6000 or purchase online
at ,, www.nfsymphony.org
>. Stay updated by signing up
for our free SymphonE-
newsletter. See how great it
sounds!


information you used to back up
your investment decisions, and
how investing can help you
meet your money goals.
Judging the contest will be
representatives from the Florida
Council on Economic Education,
a non-profit organization that
supports financial education ini-
tiatives in schools and business-

'epartment employees red
Vari and Greg Thomas, who
also. serve on the Leon County
and Wakulla County School
Boards respectively, will partici-
pate in the judging process.
Cash prizes will be awarded
to each of the top three essays in
five regions across the state, for
a total of 15 winners. First
place offers a $750 cash reward,
second place garners $500 and
third place is $250. For com-
plete contest details, to down-
load an essay application or
submit an essay electronically,
log on to www.fldfs.com and
click "Cash in on Your Money
Smarts."


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Development / Human
Resources and a custom option
so that students may tailor a
degree to meet individual
career goals or job require-
ments.
Coursework for the accredit-
ed bachelor's degree program
is designed with the working
student in mind with evening,
distance learning and other
course options. For information
call 729-4900, email basde-
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Accounting II
Economics I
Typing & Word Processing, I
Typing & Word Processing II
Microcomputer Applications
Microcomputer Applications
Computer Applications for Business
Introduction to the World Wide Web
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Distance Learning
Classes
A series of upper division
management courses will be
offered in the distance learning
format for Spring Term at
Okaloosa-Walton College. The
courses are part of the college's
Bachelor of Applied Science
degree program and are open
to those who wish to earn a
BAS degree or to professionals
who desire to enhance their
current career skills.
To enroll, individuals must
be accepted into the bas degree


program or possess an associ-
ate or baccalaureate degree in
any field. An advising appoint-
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students have the necessary
prerequisites to be successful
in these upper division cours-
es. Enrollment is open now to
Dec. 16 and Jan. 2 to 11.
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learning courses include:
Ethics for Business Leaders,
Business Trends and Issues,
Business Project and
Acquisitions Terms and
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Management Philosophy and


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Practice, Issues in Human
Resource Management,
Training and Development,
Labor Relations, Quality
Management, and Quality
Certification. A series of
evening courses is also offered
through the degree program.
Call BAS advisor June
Gibson at 729-4000 to schedule
an admissions / enrollment
appointment. BAS degree
information, admissions forms
and the complete course listing
are available on the OWC web
site at www.owc.edu/bache-
lor.


Okaloosa-Walton College Forensics Team top in tourney


The Okaloosa-Walton
Forensics Team recently placed
first overall in the small college
category and third overall in
individual events against col-
lege and university teams frqm
across Florida at the 7th
Annual Star Invitational
Tournament held at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville. The OWC team


bested university teams from
USF, UWF and Florida
International University as
well as several community col-
lege teams.
The OWC debate team
placed second overall in the
debate with Daniel- Brown of
Crestview placing first in
Lincoln-Douglas Debate; Joe
Nolla of Niceville placing sec-


ond Lincoln-Douglas Debate,
and Molly Tandy of Fort
Walton Beach and Daniel Peck
of Destin placing fifth in
Parliamentary Team Debate.
In individual events, OWC
winners included Molly Tandy,
first place Impromptu
Speaking; Daniel Peck, first
place in Extemporaneous
Speaking, second place in


Pentathlon (overall speaking
award) and Impromptu
Speaking and third place in
After Dinner Speaking; Daniel
Brown, second place in
Extemporaneous Speaking and
sixth place in Impromptu
Speaking and After Dinner
Speaking. Lauren Hoover of
Niceville placed sixth in Poetry
Interpretation.


Help a child's wish come true through the CAC


The Emerald Coast
Children's Advocacy Center,
Inc. (CAC) will be hosting its'
annual Christmas Party for
clients and their families this
December at the First Baptist
Church in Niceville.
In order to make this event
wonderful and special for
abused children, the CAC is
reaching out to the community
this holiday season and
encouraging anyone who can,
to donate a toy to a child who
has been physically or sexually


abused. The children will be
greeted with fun, games, toys,
and of course Santa Claus!
The Leadership Walton
Alumni, People's First
Community Bank, Niceville-
Valparaiso Rotary Club and
Toys for Tots are generously
donating their time and
resources to help make this a
special evening for abused chil-
dren! In order to make this
magical evening happen we
reach out to you and ask that
you donate an unwrapped toy


to the CAC. Please help a
child's wish come true!
Toy drop-offs include: Lee
Pontiac GMC, Crestview,
4300 S Ferdon Blvd., Crestview;
The CAC, 401 McEwen Drive,
Niceville; HealthSouth -
Destin, 1008 Airport Road Ste
A, Destin; HealthSouth Ft
Walton Beach, 928 Mar Walt
Drive, Fort Walton Beach;
HealthSouth DeFuniak *
Springs 931 Highway 331
South, DFS HealthSouth -
Niceville, 554 Twin Cities


Blvd.; Lee Pontiac-GMC, Fort
Walton Beach, 2 3 5
SW Miracle Strip Pkwy.;
People's First Community
Bank, 1003 E John C Sims
Pkwy, Niceville; Marina at
Bluewater Bay LJ Schooner's
Restaurant, 290 Yacht Club
Drive, Niceville, 897-2821.
Please contact Debi
Hawthorne at the CAC for any
questions 833-9237 x283.
Thank you for making a child's
wish come true.


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A message,

from Craig

Craig Shaw
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce President


don't know about you
but I can't believe it's the
Christmas Holidays
already. So, with that said I
wish all you a very Merry
Christmas d a Happy New
Year on behalf of all the
Officers, Board of Directors,
Committee Chairs and the
members of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce. I hope
that everyone has a safe holiday
season and your New Year is
prosperous and exciting.
We struck gold again this


past month. Danny Bowers,
Dansher Mini Warehouse Inc.,
and his vice-chair, Cal Zethmayr,
WAAZ/WJSB Radio, along with
the rest of the Government
Issues Committee, certainly
started the ball rolling with
regards to the traffic issues we
are experiencing.
They invited Representatives,
Don Brown, Gregg Evers and
Ray Sansom to the meeting for
open and frank discussions on
our traffic issues and as most of
you read in the press I think


Traffic, buildings, and people we will miss


they created some momentum
forward on this important quali-
ty of life issue.
If you did not get a chance to
read either paper, the Crestview
News Bulletin or the North West
Florida Daily News, the discus-
sion centered around forming a
local or a "North Okaloosa
County Transportation
Authority" in hopes of expedit-
ing solutions to our traffic prob-
lems.
Hopefully, by moving for-
ward with a North Okaloosa
Transportation Authority and
involving local business folks,
versus the current process, we
can realize a solution to the traf-
fic problem quicker than going
through the political process,
which according to Mr. Sansom
will take up to 20-years before
any action is even considered.


So congratulations to the
Government Issues Committee
for being the impetus for this
issue that affects us all.
Things are coming along with
the Building Fund but we still
need your investment to make
this become a reality by next
year. My partner, Robert.
Cadenhead, and I have agreed to
take on the management of the
construction at no cost to the
Chamber.
We proposed our offer to the
Board of Directors this past
month and they unanimously
agreed to accept our offer.
Robert and I felt as though this
will allow us to leave an impor-
tant legacy to our community for
our children and grand children.
So, if you want to leave a
legacy to the future please give
me or Wayne a call. The expan-


sion of our Chamber of
Commerce is so very important
to our local businesses and to
our community. No amount of
investment is too small as we all
know the only way to eat an ele-
phant is "one bite at a time." In
the very near future, hopefully
right after the first of the year
you will be able to purchase one
square foot of space on the slab.
So if you, your company, or your
organization is interested in par-
ticipating, again, let me or
Wayne know. We should have
the cards out in the mail in
December.
Wayne's added a "golden
girl" to the Chamber staff, Mrs.
Stephanie Baggett, who will be
replacing Christy Grant.
Christy's husband is transferring
to Mississippi and Christy and
Shelby, their daughter, will be


' going with him. We are very
sorry to lose Christy but I know
she will do very well. She was a
great asset to our Chamber.
Tami Cobos has also left to
become a mommy. So Wayne's
lost both of his staff and I am
sure he's feeling the affects.
Stephanie comes to us from
Atmore, Alabama so she should
fit right in around here. Her
husband SSgt Doug Baggett is
stationed with the great heroes
of Hurlburt Field and they have
just moved into their new home
here in Crestview. We welcome
both of them to our community
and especially Stephanie to our
Chamber. I can tell you she's
already hit the ground running
so I'm sure she will become a
very great asset to our member-
ship. If you get a chance call or
stop by the Chamber and say hi.


Words from

Wayne
Wayne Harris
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce Exec. Director


Sam so very proud of the
fact that I live in a com-
munity where I can wish
you all a very, very Merry
Christmas and a Happy New
Year! I sincerely hope that this
Holiday Season brings you joy
and happiness and the blessings
of our Lord.
This month's article is going
to be a little different than my
usual history lesson, in that it's
ntotg W to be anything that s
happ during any one time
frame or decade. I'll resume that
in the January FOCUS.
Well, not a history lesson in a
sense that it will be about the


Chamber of Commerce, per se.
This month I wanted to write
something about a company that
has been a long time member,
friend and great supporter of our
Chamber since the Chamber's
inception in 1956, the First
National Bank of Crestview.
Fortunately, I have been able
to read most of the many, many,
many historical documents of
the Crestview Chamber and

times, where the First National'-
Bank of Crestview was men-
tioned and obviously played an
integral and significant part of
building, literally and figurative-


Our prospectors took the day
off for a fun day of golf. The
2005 Hacker's Holiday Golf
Tournament sponsored by
North Okaloosa Medical Center
was played Saturday,
November 19, 2005. The weath-
er was 'perfect as well as the
playing conditions. We had over
one hundred players that com-
peted in a best ball tournament
played at Foxwood Country
Club. Thanks to our great spon-
sors and volunteers it went off
without a hitch. The major spon-
sor North Okaloosa Medical
Center loaned us Kim Willis and
her team. The Gold Sponsors
were Publix, Wal-Mart, Sonny's
BBQ, Lundy & Bowers,
Enterprise Car Rentals, Gulf
Power, Vanguard Bank, Copy
Products and First National
Bank of Crestview. Silver
Sponsors were Bryan Pest
Control, Signs Galore, Regions
Bank, Okaloosa County
Teachers Federal Credit Union,
Dansher Mini Warehouse, Inc.
Shaw Moving & Storage and'
Remax Agency One-Dino
Sinopoli. Edward Jones
Investments sponsored the
Closest to the pins, Emerald
Coast Classic Carts sponsored
the driving range and First
National Bank of Crestview
sponsored the putting contest.


WAAZ/WJSB and the NWF
Daily News did a great job of
publicity. Thanks to Lee
Pontiac/Buick for sponsoring
the hole in one prize(s).
While the golf tournament
was much fun and a success it
doesn't match the feeling of
pride that comes with being part
of an organization that has
members that will get behind a
project and see it through. The.
committee worked for several
months to lay the ground work
for this tournament. On
Saturday we had many workers,
each took the task asked of them
and carried it out, plus some.
Our sponsors and donators sup-
plied all the financial and dona-
tion support to make this a great
tournament. The Chamber Staff
went beyond what was asked of
them, especially considering the
fact that Tami and Christie were
working their last weeks. I will
sure miss them greatly. There is
no doubt that our new team
member Stephanie is up to any
task and La'Terica can't be
matched. Thanks to all that sup-
ported the tournament in any
way, we look forward to your
support next year.

Mike Roy
VP-Golf /Sports Committee


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A prominent bank in the Chamber and city


ly, the foundation of our
Chamber of Commerce. That's
why Pennie, along with all of the
team at First National Bank of
Crestview, are proud to express
to us that the First National Bank
of Crestview is the oldest com-
munity bank in Crestview.
Early in 1956 a group of
prominent businessmen and Mr.
J. D. Wingard started the bank
along about the same time as our"
Chamber. Gee, I wonder if there
is connection, since .the Bank and
Chamber will be celebrating 50
years of service to our communi-.
ty in 2006...
I know one thing, after read-
ing the numerous documents,
the business folks and especially
Mr. Wingard that were around in,
the mid-1950's played a sgnifi-
cant role in the economics of our
community, much of which was
the foundation for our future
and the current economic vitality


* we now enjoy. based on employees and paying
That vitality of business has members. Whether it is working
. been the hallmark of the First on committees, participating in
National Bank of Crestview all of an event, chairing a committee
these fifty years and it doesn't or being on the Board of
look like they are.stopping any- Directors, First National Bank of
time soon. Just take a look at Crestview truly 'epitomizes what
their fantastic new bank building a community bank is all about.
on the north side of town by the They all, from the top to the bot-
Post Office. They truly are set- tom, have committed themselves
ting the benchmark for quality to our Chamber and especially
and appearance. I know Mr. our Community.
Wingard and his team of profes- First National Bank of
sionals can't wait to occupy that Crestview has also played a sig-
beautiful building and keep their nificant role in our breakfast
great momentum going. Membership Meetings, either by
I am also very proud to say being the Master of Ceremonies,
that for many years, I know as as Pennie is now, or by hosting
long as I've been here, First and sponsoring their very
National Bank of Crestview has famous Holiday 'Celebration at
maintained antremely actve yyqJD)ecember meetings. ,They
membership ireour Chamber.-"'To- know the value of their member-
date, First N a tional Bank of"' ship aid' puti'heir money, time
Crestview holds the distinction and people towards it, and that's
for the most paying members
and the most involved member l _


December Calendar of Events


Dec. 1- 7:30am Chamber
Breakfast Sponsored by: First
National Bank of Crestview
Dec. 3- Christmas Parade
Dec. 6- 11am RC~ Westerra
Development @ 6171
Mockingbird Hill Court (off
Poverty Creek Rd.) .
Dec. 7- 10am RC ~ Cozy
Comer Grill @ 522 Hwy 90 in
Holt
Dec. 8- 8am Governmental
Issues Meeting with special
guest Sherry Campbell @
Chamber
11am RC ~ All Together
Beauty Supply @ 2260 S. Ferdon
Blvd
Dec. 9- 11am RC~ Ice Cream


Dec. 12- Childcare Network
Open House 5-7km @ 1040
Farmer Street
Dec. 13- 11am MAC Meeting
RSVP Required
Dec. 15- 7:30am Executive
Committee Meeting '
9am Special Events
Committee Meeting
12pm RC~ Crestview Taxi
Dec. 16- 4pm RC ~ American
Red Cross @ 4100 S Ferdon Blvd
Suite B-2
Dec. 22- 7:30am Board of
Directors Meeting
9am Ambassadors
Committee Meeting
Dec. 28- 8am Education
Committee Meeting


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just the chamber. Think about
all of the other things First
National Bank of Crestview has
done for our community. In fact,
I believe that over the fifty years
of service in our community it's
very safe to say they have con-
tributed millions of dollars and
millions of staff time volunteer-
ing for probably every good
cause, organization, charity and
schooling this area.
So for these reasons and
many, many more that would
probably fill this newsletter I
dedicate my article to the First
National Bank of Crestview.
Thanks to all of our friends at
the bank and may you all have a
blessed holiday season.
.,A.-, QW Ojfry staff a e
-we wish oual a ersy Men
Cerstmas anr Happy New
Year!


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Family Vision Center


Welcomes

Dr. Tom

,,Streeter, OD






Dr. Tom Streeter, OD

We are pleased to welcome back home Dr. Tom Streeter, OD.
He is a graduate of Niceville High School do 1993, and com-
pleted his graduate studies at UAB and his doctorate at the
UAB School of Optometry. He is welcoming new patients of all
ages for comprehensive vision care, including glaucoma,
cataract evaluation, diabetic care, laser surgery consult, ocu-
lar injuries, allergy and dry eyes, contact lenses, and pediatric
eye exams.




682-4014

2491 S.
Ferdon Blvd.


2005 Hacker's

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PA(~ IAACRESVIEWNEW BULETINWEDNSDA, NOEMBE 30,200


( Community Calendar


THE CNB CALENDAR
If your information was run-
ning and is not listed below
this week, it has been moved
to the Saturday CNB
Calendar.

If your organization has a regularly
scheduled standing meeting that you would
like to see in our calendar, please mail it to the
Crestview News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it to 682-
2246; or e-mail us at
okpublishing(@crestviewbulletin.com. Please
label all correspondence: "Attn Weekly
Calendar."

ORGANIZATIONS
THE WALTON GUARD meets at the.
White Sands Bowling Center in Fort
Walton Beach. The meetings are public.
Contact Cheryl Harris at 244-3053 for
details.
The SONS OF CONFEDERATE
VETERANS hold meetings at Sonny's in
Crestview. The public may attend. Call
Jack Bonham at 862-3891 for information.
The Crestview CONCERNED CITI-
ZENS GROUP meets on the first
Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. The
meetings are held in the Fairview Park
building on McClelland Street.*
The BAKER FIRE DISTRICT
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Baker Area Public Safety
Building, located at 1375 19th Street in
Baker. The public is encouraged to
attend. If you have any questions, please
call 537-2487; if there Is no answer,
please leave a message.
The MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: The MOMS Club, an Inter-
national non-profit support group for at-
home mothers, including those who have
home-based businesses or who work
part-time but are home with their children
during the day, has started a new chapter
in the Crestview area.
The MOMS Club of Crestview has
monthly meetings with speakers and dis-
cussions, park playdays, holiday, family
outings, outings for mothers and their chil-
dren, and activity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a monthly MOMS Night Out,
and babysitting coops. We also do ser-
vice projects for the needy. The monthly
meetings are held every third Friday of
the month at the Epiphany Episcopal
Church, 424 Garden St., Crestview at
9:30 a.m. The meeting is open to moth-
Sers of all ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact Membership
Vice President Tammy Sharketti at 682-
8395 or email at mccrestview@cox.net for
more information.
MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS
OF CRESTVIEW meets the first and third
Thursday of each month from 9:15 a.m. -
11:30 a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist Church
in Crestview. You do not have to be a
member of the church to attend the meet-
ings. The group web site address is
www.MOPS.org. Call 682-9416 for infor-
mation.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE On the
second Thursday of each month at the
American Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton
Beach, the Marine Corps League
Detachment 915 meets at 7:30 p.m. Any
former or retired Marine interested in join-
ing Rflb'ld cont ~ k'aHckTIeirl[ t 683-"
0412 orTom Bums at 682-3992,. .
The GOLD WING ROAD RIDERS
ASSOCIATION (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-
0 gets together every third Saturday
moving for breakfast at 8 a.m. and a
meeting at 9 a.m. in the Rec. Center at
Central Baptist Church. Dedicated to the
group motto "Friends for fun, safety, and
knowledge," members enjoy the freedom
of belonging to a nonprofit, nonreligious,
and nonpolitical organization. There are
over 80,000 members worldwide, and all
motorcycles and owners are welcome to
join: Forr;infomation, call Billy Mason at
6894-28o'br Jack Birge at 682-3650.
4The OLD SPANISH TRAIL SHRINE
CLUB (Hadji Temple), located at 971
We;stjames Lee Blvd., has bingo games
everyThursday night. The club also offers
three?$250 jackpots. Call Larry Dumpert
at 640Q733, or stop by.
eTh CRESTVIEW COMPUTER
CLiB-'i.rorkshop is held every second
ThursdaVfrom 2 to 4 p.m. at the OWCC
CretieW Campus In room 303. The sec-
ond*'tihg is held every third Thursday
fror'7.m. to 9 p.m. at the New Bethel
Metho'dIst- Church, 5984 N. Hwy. 85,
Crea ow.
"' ipotact Dottle Shoaf at 682-1911
(deed6t4.@bsc.net) or Virgil Talbott at
682~634. (mailman325@yahoo.com).
BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB You
may. call Hilda Ard (537-4642) orAmarene
Griffith (537-3791) for more information.
The CRESTVIEW AREA CHAM-
BER OF COMMERCE holds its monthly
breakfast meeting on the first Thursday of
each-month starting at .7:00 a.m. at the
Recreational Outreach Center directly
behind Central Baptist Church.
S ELKS LODGE meets first and third
Thiursdays at 127 Pine Avenue In
Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
CRESTVIEW CRIBBAGE CLUB
meets every Thursday at 6 a.m. at the
American Legion. Contact Emil Wille at
689-0818 for more information.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the Central
Panhandle (serving Walton, Okaloosa,
and South Santa Rosa Counties) meet-
ings are held the second Friday of each
month at 9:30 a.m. in Crestview and the
fourth Tuesday of each month at 11:00
a.m. in Navarre. For more information and
meeting locations, please call 850-683-
1712 or 850-936-8887.
SHARING AND CARING, 298 W.
Martin Luther King Blvd., offers emer-
gency food service to the needy from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday
(closed on Thursdays).
The GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY meets the
second Saturday of every month in
Crestview, Fort Walton Beach, and
Valparaiso. The meeting begins at 10
a.m. with socializing, and guest speakers
and business activities begin at 10:30
a.m. Call Ginny Traywick at 651-1106 or
Flo Lembeck at 689-1535.
The ORDER OF THE EASTERN
STAR, Crestvlew Chapter #203 holds
their regular monthly meetings on the first


and third Thursday of each month.
Meetings are held at 404 Garden Street
and start at 7:30 p.m.

SUPPORT GROUPS
The Twin Cities Hospital and the
National Headache Foundation invite
you to attend the monthly HEADACHE
SUPPORT GROUP meetings. Call
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for more infor-
mation and to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer support
group, the PINK RIBBON PALS meets
every second Thursday of the month at


6 p.m. in the Health Resource Center,
127 Redstone Avenue, Suite A, in
Crestview: For more information please
call Jody Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty
Weeden at 682-7848.
EATING DISORDER SUPPORT
GROUP (ANAD) will meet each
Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Fort Walton
Beach Creative Senior Center, 31


Memorial Parkway SW. Nationally affili- every Thursday at the First United
ated; local advisory board. Call 796- Methodist Church, 599 Eighth Avenue,
3277 for information. Crestview. Room 212. Registration and
weigh in begins at 5 p.m., meeting fol-
WEIGHT WATCHERS meets lows. Come join us.

ALL I Cribs & Bedding Baby Registry
A -L Nursing Supplies Strollers and More!!

ABOUT/ 689-0777

BA BIES (l lJ www.allaboulbabies.com
II~,r 1 vi North Wnn Dixie Shopping Cr.* Fax: 689-6627


Laresa Lewis
Opteum. Mortgage
,INNArL .'': .Consultant
---.-* ~. 850-865-8385
www.opteum.com

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NORTH OKALOOSA


ooo MEDICAL CENTER


HERE TO EDUCATE & CARE FOR OUR COMMUNITY

A place where prevention is just as important as treatment.


Community Health Education

*All classes are in the NOMC Health Resource Center, unless otherwise indicated.


Childbirth Education


CPR for Health Care Providers (NOMCEducation/HRCClassroom)


Decmeber 6 & 20...............(2-Day Class).........5:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. December 21 CPR Re-certification course...8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
December 10........(1-Day Class).(Crestview).....8:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. December 17 Initial CPR course.................9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.


December 10 DeFuniak Springs Gateway Medical Clinic 650 U.S.
Hwy. 331 South, Unit 4 (1-Day Class).............8:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m.


Breast-feeding Class
December 1 ................................................. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
December 15 DeFuniak Springs Gateway Medical Clinic 650 U.S.
Hwy. 331 South, Unit 4........... ........................6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

To register for these classes call 689-8340.


CPR for Family & Friends (PediatdcBasicLfe Support)

December 7, ................................................. 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.


Please call 6894 o


Community Education
Diabetes Education
December 20, 2005 (The Basics of Diabetes)
(Registration with Physician Order only call 689-8127) 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
December 27, 2005 (Diabetes and Nutrition)
(Registration with Physician Order only call 689-8127) 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.


**Please call 689-8444 to register or for further information
for all classes unless otherwise specified.
**All classes held at the Education/HRC classroom at 125-B
Redstone Avenue, Crestview unless otherwise specified.


all classes unless otherwise specified.


$52 and


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For more information call 850-689-84

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9:00 Sfretch, Flex' 10:00 BINGO @ Crescent 9:00Grief In the 7 11:30 Crestview
& Tone s Park Holidays 7 Monthly Meeting
Senior Circle Classroom 5:00 pm Salad & Senior Circle Classroom 5:00 pm Salad & Senior Circle Classroom Christmas Party
Dessert Supper 10:00 Water Aerobics
1:00 Senior Circle Classroom Crestview Physical
Senior Circle Orientation Therapy
Senior Circle Classroom 1:00 Just Bingo

7:00 am- 4:00 pm 1 7:00 am- 4:00 pm 9:00 Stretch, Flex & Tone 4 9:00 9:00 AARP
Fashion Jewelry 1 Fasior Circle Classroom 14A AARP- 1 Senior Circle Classroom 1
Show and Sale Show and Sale 10:00 Water Aerobics Senior Circle Classroom
I0 IChri. IIM.Le1Crestview Physical Therapy
Senior Circle Classroom Senior Circle Classroom 10:00 DFS Monthly Mtg-
0. Christmas Party "
SFairgrounds


9:00. Stretch, Flex & Tone 20 A10:00 Water 21 22 23
Senior Circle Classroom 1 Aerobics 2
10:00 Christmas Theme Bingo Crestview Physical
Senior Circle Classroom Therapy
1:00 Christmas Theme Movie 10:30 Bridge -
Senior Circle Classroom Senior Circle Classroom
2:00 Vascular Screening -
Education


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If you would like to learn more about our senior events, please call Lauren Rogge at 689-8409.


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Gulf Coast Monuments: stonework for all needs


Rosie Dang poses next to a wall of various shades of
nail polish. Dang and her husband Sy are the owners
of Elegant Nails, which just opened in August.


Elegant Nails: Instant


luxury at a great price

Sy and Rosie Dang opened husband and wife team have
Elegant Nails in August. transformed the space inside the
After moving from South strip mall into an inviting and
Carolina, where they owned a calming atmosphere, complete
salon for three years, the couple with massage chairs and waxing
decided to settle down in stations.
Crestview and open a nail salon. "This is a pampering service
Elegant Nails exclusively that women deserve," says
offers OPI nail treatments and Rosie Dang. "It provides instant
polishes. OPI is today's leading luxury and gratification."
professional salon nail care Just about anyone can be
product, seen at the salon. From corpo-
The salon can perform any rate professionals to busy moms
nail related service as well as to college students, the salon
hand, foot and lower leg mas- offers many different services'at
sages. Waxing services are also affordable rates.
available. "We are looking at Elegant
While some nail salons offer Nails as a lifestyle environment,
little in the area of personality, where it becomes sort of a hang-
Elegant Nails can schedule excit- out lace to,~'vilt with your
ing bacheldSt e plR f rie k-, ,.aa new," sas
Night O birthday parties, Sy--vDtng. '-" f i ghly--killeti
holiday parties and company nail technicians are trained in
outings. every type of nail care from
The salon accepts appoint- acrylics and extensions to spa
ments and walk-ins are always pedicures."
welcomed. For a party booking, Elegant Nails is located at
advanced reservations would be 2221 S. Ferdon Blvd., across
required for planning purposes. from the Publix grocery store
Sy and Rose are a married and next to Body-B-Healthy.
couple and Sy is one of just a few The salon's hours are from 9
males who are involved in the a.m. to 7 p.m., Mon. through Sat.
nail business. You can reach Sy and Rosie at
,After opening in August, the 683-5355.



Business PSA's

WORKSHOPS

STARTING A BUSINESS WORKSHOP: The University of West Florida's
Small Business Development Center will present the workshop titled "Starting a
Business" on Dec. 2 from 1:00 4:00 p.m. at the OWC/UWF FWB Campus, Bldg.
7, Room 704.
Topics to be discussed include: business planning, sources of financing, record-
keeping, taxes, legal forms of business, local regulations, and the determination of
initial capital requirements. Handout material will be provided. There is a $20.00 fee
for this workshop and pre-registration is encouraged due to limited space. For more
information about the workshop or facilities for the handicapped, please call 833-
9400.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.

WEST FLORIDA GENEALOGICAL MEETING: The regular monthly meet-
ing of the West Florida Genealogical Meeting will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday,
December 3, 2005, at the Bayview Senior Citizen Center located at 20th and Lloyd
Streets in Pensacola, Florida. There will be surprise Christmas display and lots of
goodies to eat.
NWF LEGISLATIVE DAY PLANNING MEETING: A Northwest Florida-
Legislative Day planning meeting for Okaloosa County on Thursday, Dec. 1 at 2:00
p.m. in Niceville at Okaloosa-Walton College in room LRC131 (The Library build-
ing).
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INCENTIVE PROGRAM (EQIP):
Farmers, ranchers and other can receive financial assistance to improve their water
quality and reduce soil erosion through the application of conservation practices
developed by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Practices
designed to assist landowners in reducing soil erosion and protect wetlands through
conservation tillage, vegetative practices, structural practices, cross fencing, wells,
pipelines, and watering facilities are available. If you would like to sign-up for assis-
tance come by the NRCS field office of the FSA office at 938 N. Ferdon Blvd., in
Crestview.
In order to qualify for the Environmental Quality Incentive Program, you must
have a minimum of $1000 or more agriculture products produced and sold, or that
normally would have been sold for two of the last five years, or provide Internal
Revenue Service (IRS) Schedule F- Profit or Loss form.


When you think of stone
monuments, the first thing that
probably comes to mind is the
quiet seclusion of a cemetery.
Ornate remembrances of loved
ones who have passed away,
surrounded by a field of green
grass, is often a reverential sight
to behold.
Yet monument markers are
not necessarily for gravesites
any longer. Stonework offerings
for many sites of commemora-
tive interest are popular every-
where, whether it's for family or
even businesses.
So when it comes to
stonework for these or other
similar occasions, be sure to stop
by Gulf Coast Monuments in
Crestview.
Over the past decade, owners
David and Denise Chapman
have been helping families and
companies create lasting memo-
ries that will stand the test of
time.
"We're locally owned and
operated," says David, "and
we're proud of our work and the
people we serve.
"It's a great feeling to be able
to help the people of Crestview
create something special and
unique for their family and busi-
nesses."
Gulf Coast Monuments
offers a wide variety of
stonework, including foot mark-
ers, upright and flat markers,
mausoleums, bronze plaques,
benches, granite slabs, coping
and chipped lots, and Atuch,


much more.
Creating markers for ceme-
tery plots of loved ones that
have passed away can be a very
intricate and time consuming
process that takes careful con-
sideration from trained profes-
sionals. More people are realiz-
ing this, and the trend now is to
have families come in and take
care of this type of need long
before time arises.
"This is something that more
and more older couples are com-
ing in and doing," says Denise
Chapman. "They spend a lot of
time going over the details,
almost like selecting their
engagement rings years ago.
Sometimes they include family
members. It turns out to be a
very special process."
Gulf Coast Monuments spe-
cializes in personalizing each
monument to an individual's
unique personality. Clients can
either look through a selection
of prior creations or can bring in
their own artwork and ideas.
Monuments can include any-
thing from very detailed inscrip-
tions and color engravings to
photos embedded into porcelain
and set into stone, protected
from the elements.
Another unique idea that is
gaining popularity is that of pet
markers. These small remem-
brances for beloved family pets
are inexpensive and lovingly
created to commemorate the life
of your family's favorite pet.
Business monuments are


becoming more
commonplace
as well. Bronze
plaques, dedi-
cated private
monument
structures such
as obelisks (that
look somewhat
like a miniature
Washington
Monument) and
cornerstones are
great for mark-
ing the start or
anniversary of a
thriving busi-
ness.
At Gulf
C o a s t
Monuments,
artwork and Owners
design, installa-
tion of product,
engraving, and everything
involved in obtaining that spe-
cial memorial or marker is pro-
vided in one cost estimate.
There are no hidden fees or sur-
prises.
"We understand the meaning
of a monument," says
Chapman, "especially when it
comes to end-of-life feelings for
a family. It's wonderful to be
able to help memorialize their
loved one."
"It's more than just stone, it
represents who they were."
If you would like more infor-
mation, Gulf Coast Monuments
is located at 100 Martin Street off
of west Hwy. 90 in Crestview.


Denise and David Chapman.

Gulf Coast Monuments is
open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday and on
Saturday by appointment. You
can reach the company by dial-
ing 682-8004.
Customers in the Pensacola
area can call 850-432-4867,
where Marilyn will be there to
assist them Monday through
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For those who live in Fort
Walton Beach or anyone travel-
ing to the south end of the coun-
ty at the beginning of the week,
Anne Lodge can be found on
Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m. helping clients and meet-
ing families at Beal Memorial
Cemetery.


Building Permits


City of Crestview building
permits
11/15: Wayne Watts, 127 Wingard
Street. New single family residence by
Wilkerson Construction, $81,000 Wayne
Watts, 129 Wingard Street. New single
family residence by Wilkerson
Construction, $81,000 Wayne Watts,
309 Wingard Street. demolition home,
owner
11/16: Tanara Brezniak, 184 Adkinson
Drive, 12x16 Storage shed, by owner
$900. Ederick Taylor, 403 Christopher
Drive, Install alum & glass porch, by
Horizon Sunrooms & Spas, $17,466. *
Jeffrey & Rachel Kile, 1219 Northview
Drive, Install inground 13x26 swimming
pool, by Cox Pools, $30,000.
11/17: GT Architecture of Florida,
277-283 (ODD) Swaying Pines, New sin-
gle family townhome, by GT Architecture
of Florida, $300,000. GT Architecture of
Florida, 231-241 (ODD) Swaying Pines,
New single family townhome, by GT
Architecture of 'Florida, $400,000 *.GT
Architecture of Florida, 285-299 (ODD)
Swaying Pines, New single family town-
home, by GT Architecture of Florida,
$400,000. GT Architecture of Florida,
264-278 (EVEN) Swaying Pines, New
single family townhome, by GT
Architecture of Florida, $400,000. GT
Architecture of Florida, 280-294 (EVEN)
Swaying Pines, New single family town-
home, by GT Architecture of Florida,
$400,000. GT-Architecture of Florida,
221-229 (ODD) Swaying Pines, New sin-
gle family townhome, by GT Architecture
of Florida, $250,000. Kristopher
Williams, 102 Jacob Drive, Re-
roof/Shingles, by Owner, $2,000 Dale
Bouley, 1ll Louise Drive, 10x12 Building,
by All Florida Fence and Deck, $1,800.'*
Mike Fuller/Taylor, 689 Ferdon Blvd.,
Move installed monument of Signtek,
LLC, $1,800.
11/18: TV. Kolmetz, 800 Barrow
Street, Move existing home to new loca-
tion, by Odom House Movers, $4,750. *
T.V. Kolmetz, 800 Barrow Street, Place
home on foundation, by Jack Odom
House Movers, $0. Emily Cassidy, 1237
Gabrielle, Re-roof/shingles, by Harold
Gaines, $6,125. Ray & Jean McKinney,
725 McLaughlin Street, new single family
residence, by Al Clay, $179,000. Cress
Realty Group, 1324 N. Ferdon Blvd.,
Install channel letter sign, by Impact
Graphics Sign Co. LCG Crestview, LLC,
3375 S. Ferdon Blvd., Install channel let-
ter sign, by Impact Graphics Sign Co.,
$1,800.
11/21: Leon Johnson, 147 NIchole
Lane, Re-roof/shingles, by Britton
Brothers, Inc., $7,150. Ronald Cook,
159 Oak Terrace Drive, Re-roof/shingles,
by McClung Contracting, $3,200. M.D.
Green, 8 Holly Road, Re-roof/shingles, by
McClung Contracting, $6,000. Jeffrey
Bufkin, 1282 Jeffreyscot Drive, Install in-
ground swimming pool, by Pensacola
Pools, $27,603. AlicIa Meeks, 232
Riverchase Blvd., Install in-ground swim-
ming pool, by Pensacola Pools, $36,680.
Randy Rhoads, 237 Holland Street,
Replace electrical panel, by McCullough
& Sons. R & J Subway, 1094 N. Ferdon
Blvd., minor & casual re-model, N/A. *
Charles Costello, 238 Wedgewood Lane,
Re-roof/shingles, by Owner, $3,500.
11/22: Clarence Ansley, 297 West
Field, Service change-out, by Ates
Electric, $300. Jim Huckabee, 420 W.
Beech Ave., New single family residence,
by H&B Plumbing & Construction,
$100,000. *Jim Huckabee, 420 W. Beech
Ave., New single family residence, by
H&B Plumbing & Construction, $100,000.


* Most Family Trust, 414 Old South Drive, by Crestview Electric Co.
Install pool enclosure, by Mark Esinhart, 11/21: Hlot Family Ltd.Ptr., 1108
Ind., $26,000. Harry & Julie Leboeub, Blackberry Circle, Holt, mechanical by
132 Old South Drive, Install pool enclo- Calvin's Heating & A/C. Whitworth
sure, by Mark Esinhart, Ind., $20,000. Builders, 5428 E. Brook Drive,
Jason & Misty O'Quinn, 111 Stevens Crestview, single family dwelling by
Place, New single family residence, by West Florida Homes. Matthew Madel,
Owner, $200,000. Robert & Lana 346 John King Road, Crestview, window
Hansen, 609 Seventh Avenue, New sin- change-out by Lowe's Home Centers. *
gle family residence, by Owner, Allan, Jr. & Gladys McCary, 3042
$176,128. Alan Farrugia, 15 Riverwood Stillwell Blvd., Crestview, remodel by
Drive, Construction site work, by Loftin Crestview Home Repair &
Construction Co., $70,000. Improvements. BCC, 2075 GMC Lane,
W. S. Crestview, electrical by Okaloosa
County. Riverside Building Corp., 5856
Okaloosa County Cahemet Ct., Crestview, irrigation by
Panhandle Lawn & Sprinkler. Wyatt,
building permits Inc., 4636 Chanan Drive, Crestview, gas
11/16: Miller Quality Builders, by Emerald Coast Gas Piping. Solid
Painter Branch Road, plumbing, by Construction, 3510 Shirey Ct.,
Grandstaff Plumbing & Gas. Anne & Crestview, electrical by Williamson
Bud Sothard, Jr., 6710 Owens Road, Electrical Co.
Laurel Hill, electrical, by Crest Electric 11/22: Timmy, II & Holley Burlison,
Co., JeremyStewart Const., 1533 Long Joe ordan,,oad, Baker, electrical,
Needle ,k;, dere~0 'leorsi4l bVl rcrholba~t. plumbing, single family
Crest EIechirrc-op Davi3 R "SRfifit '"dwelling by Owner. Christopher &
Developer, Rosebud Avenue, Crestview," Stefanie Sapp, 2890 Wisteria Avenue,
single family dwelling by Owner. Holt Crestview, detached garage/all carports.
Family Ltd Ptr., 1112 Blackberry Circle, Mark & Annette Purvis, 3214 Carmello
Holt, mechanical by Calvin's Heating & Lane, Laurel Hill, mechanical by Casey
A/C. Key Lime Homes, 4540 Pfitzer Electric. Christian & Karla Schmidt, 170
Circle, Crestview, Plumbing by Stan's Ridge Lake Road, Crestview, mechani-
Plumbing. Antioch Baptist Church, cal by Casey Electric. Kenneth & Pat
4824 Antioch Road, Crestview, remodel Woodard, 4770 Rolling Field Lane, Holt,
by Charles Griffith Const. Billy & Donna electrical by Casey Electric. Edwin
Wooley, Kervin Road, Crestview, electri- Henry, 1135 Blackberry Circle, Holt, irri-
cal by Owner. Pablo & Mercedes
Garcia, 3943 Bear Creek Road,
Crestview, mechanical by Advantage Air;
electrical by the Buyers Advantage
Financial Co. d Mark Christiansen, r
Griffith Road, Holt, single family
dwelling by Owner.
11/17: Michael Hulion 5762
Seminole Drive, Crestview, gas by
Owner. Tina Walder, 4607 Eagle Way,
Crestview, electrical by Owner. Frank &
Mary Robertson, 5396 Griffith Mill Road,
Baker, roofing by Russell Turner
Roofing. Jeremy Stewart Construction,
978 Grandma's Place, Baker, single
family dwelling by Owner. Cynthia
Perring, Barnhill Road, Crestview,
Mobile home unit by King Mobile Home
Service. Bobby Wilson, Bobolink Way,
Crestview, plumbing by Faith
Mechanical. Gladys White, 5232
Stallion Drive, Crestview, electrical by
American Electric Service. James & -|'bfflpy18ill 2
Patricia Humphrey, Ruby Ridge, ll iflU i|-A m
Crestview, single family dwelling, by 1 I 1
Owner. Laura Redd, 1031 Whitehead ,
Drive, Holt, door change out by CTG
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4645 Dove Way, Crestview, electrical,
mechanical by King Electric. Tracy
Richards, 5470 Elzie Road, Baker,
mechanical, electrical by King Electric.
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Ltd.Ptr., 1193 Blackberry Circle, Holt,
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Westerheim Homes, 3504 Shirley Ct.,
Crestview, plumbing by Amore Plumbing
Co. Solid Construction, 2161 Haygood 3
Loop, Crestview, burglar-fire alarm by 305
Advanced Design Tech.Sys. Rhonda
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Miller's staff can advise you on proper posture and
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College football


NEWS &

NOTES


Schedule
Thursday
Boys basketball
South Walton at Baker, 6:15 p.m.
Girls basketball
Baker at Freeport, 6:45 p.m.
Rocky Bayou at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Boys soccer
Crestview at Pensacola Catholic,
7:30 p.m.
Girls soccer
Crestview at Milton, 7:30 p.m.
Junior high basketball
Richbourg at Davidson, 5 p.m.
Junior high soccer
Davidson vs. Ruckel at Crestview, 5
p.m.
Richbourg vs. Jackson at Twin Hills
Park, 5 p.m.
Friday
Boys basketball
Baker at Pleasant Home (Ala.), 6:15
p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 7
p.m.
Paxton at Laurel Hill, 7:15 p.m.
Girls basketball
Baker at Pleasant Home (Ala.), 5
p.m.
Laurel Hill at Walton, 7:15 p.m.
Girls soccer
Tate at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
Men's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College at
Panhandle Classic (Marianna), 6 p.m.
Women's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College at
SDaytona Beach Classic, 3 p.m.

OWC hoops
The Okaloosa-Walton
College men's basketball
team picked up a pair of easy
victories in its own Comfort
Inn Classic over
Thanksgiving weekend.
The Raiders (7-1) defeated
Hiwassee Community
College 93-60 on Nov. 25,
and beat Chattanooga State
96-71 on Nov. 26.
The OWC women's bas-
ketball team suffered its first
loss Nov. 26 in the final game
of the Comfort Inn Classic.
Central Florida Community
College -stopped tlth Raiders
72-66.
OWC (8-1) did rout
Hillsborough Community
College 72-35 on Nov. 25.

Snowball Derby
Festivities for the 38th
Snowball Derby run today
through Sunday at Five Flags
Speedway in Pensacola.
The complete Snowball
Derby schedule in on Page 3B.
More information about the
Snowball Derby is available at
www.snowballderby.com.

Pro wrestling
The Southern Wrestling
Alliance will put on. a show
Saturday at the Crestview
National Guard Armory. The
main event is scheduled to
feature Road Dogg Jesse
James and Bullet Bob
Armstrong (with Superkick
Scott Armstrong) against Mr.
Fantasy and Bad Boy Leroy
(with Sexy Samantha). Tickets
are $8 for ages 12 and up, $6
for ages 6 to 11. Youths ages 5
and under will be admitted
for free. Doors open at 6:30
p.m. with bell time at 8 p.m.
Card is subject to change.

Golf tourney
The Men's Golf
Association will hold a tour-
nament Dec. 10 at Foxwood
Country Club. Shotgun start
is at 8 a.m. Registration dead-
line is 4 p.m. Dec. 9.
Tournament format is indi-
vidual quota points, with four
flights determined by player
handicap. Entry fee is $10,
with a $2 skins game.
Entrants must be members of
Foxwood Country Club and
the MGA, and must have a
verifiable USGA handicap.

Sports results?
The News Bulletin seeks the
assistance of area high school
and middle school coaches to
report game results. Scores
and statistics may be reported
to the News Bulletin by phone
at (850) 682-6524, by email to
kjwright28@yahoo.com, or by
fax to (850) 682-2246.

CNB photos
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sporting events covered by
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purchase a photo from the
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bell it out


Former CHS players Todd

and Bortner meet at Troy


Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

TROY Richard, Bortner
and Shawn Todd lined up
against each other during prac-
tices countless times during
their Crestview High School.
football careers.
Bortner and Todd reprised
their high school practice field
clashes Nov. 26 under the bright
lights in Troy's Movie Gallery
Stadium.
Bortner started at right guard
for Middle Tennessee State and
Todd started at defensive end
for Troy during the Blue
Raiders' 17-7 Sun Belt
Conference victory.
Bortner and Todd frequently
lined up just a few paces from
each other when Middle
Tennessee State had the ball.
Another Crestview graduate -
Troy co-defensive coordinator
Jeremy Rowell watched the
reunion of ex-Dawgs from the
Trojan sidelines.
"I'm pleased to see them be
able to continue on playing foot-
ballf 1ey6rid high school, and
also to continue their educT'-
tion," said Rowell, who can't
remember witnessing another
matchup of former CHS players
during his four seasons as a
coach at the NCAA Division I
level.
Bortner, a redshirt freshman,
made his fifth straight start. The
Blue Raiders (4-6, 3-3) ran in
Bortner's direction in several key
short yardage situations, includ-
ing both of their touchdowns.
Todd, a sophomore, made his
first start as a Trojan. He spent
the game rotating in at both
defensive positions. He finished
with a pair of tackles.
"I was a little scared," Todd
said of his first appearance in
the starting lineup. "But the
coaches coached me right this
week, and I knew what I had to
do on all of the plays."
Both Bortner and Todd had
family members among the
crowd. Crestview football coach
Matt Brunson also watched the
game from the stadium's
sparkling new club seating level.


BORTNER TODD
"To have the opportunity to
coach kids that are now active at
Division I programs is impor-
tant," said Brunson, a Troy
alum. "You get to coach a lot of
kids and a lot of kids are good
high school football players, but
to have a Division I talent is a
special kind of kid."
Both teams played under
some tough circumstances.
Middle Tennessee State
announced the firing of coach
Andy McCollum early
Thanksgiving week. McCollum
did agree to coach the finial two
games of the 2005 season,
including the game at Troy.
The Trojans (4-7, 3-4) played
without seven players suspend-
ed for violations of team rules,
including starting quarterback
- Julian-Foster.-- I ..-..-
The unusual intangibles com-
bined to favor Middle Tennessee
State. The Blue Raiders threw
caution to the wind, using a
variety of wide-open formations
and plays. Middle Tennessee
State's second TD came on a
fake field goal from a polecat
formation.
Troy's offense struggled
without Foster, producing just
the one touchdown.
"It was a nice win," Bortner
said. "We stayed focused."
Bortner said the coaching
shuffle won't affect his future as
a Blue Raider.
He moved into the starting
lineup Oct. 22 after an injury to
the team's regular right guard.
He held down the position for
the rest of the season.
"I kind of stepped in and
took over," he said. "It's been
going pretty good since."
Todd completed his first sea-
son at Troy with 15 tackles,
including two for loss.
"I've think I've gotten
stronger and more sound funda-


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Former Crestview football players met during the Troy-Middle Tennessee State game. MTSU's
Richard Bortner (left), a 2003 CHS grad, locks up with Troy's Shawn Todd, a 2002 CHS grad.


mentally," Todd said. "I'll try to
get faster (in the offseason), and
always stronger."
Rowell thinks Todd will
play a key role in Troy's defen-
sive plans for the 2006 season.
The Trojans used a host of
young players this fall and look
to bounce back strong-wext'
year.
"(Todd) has done a great job
for us in the role we have asked
him to play," Rowell said. "He's
a little better against the run
than the pass, so we make sure
,we put him in the right situa-
tions, and then he plays to the
'nth' degree. We're so proud of
him.
"We have big excitement for
the future. We have a lot of good
young players and we feel good
about what they can do."
All three CHS grads said they
couldn't help but grin when
Todd lined up a Dawg stride
away from Bortner for the
game's first play.
"I didn't know if he had
changed or if he was still the
same guy," Todd said. "I
thought knowing him from high
school might be an advantage. I
won some of the time, and he
won some of the time."
Added Bortner: "It was kind
of a good little thing. It did bring
a smile."


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Troy co-defensive coordinator Jeremy RoweH, a 1991 Crestview
graduate, offers instruction to a Trojans player.


I watched high school basket-
ball in Indiana for 27 years.
I've watched high school bas-
ketball in Florida for about 27
days.
I've already reached this con-
clusion: The basketball in
Indiana isn't better. The packag-
ing is.
I've been impressed with the
talent level I've seen early in the
2005-06 FHSAA basketball sea-
son.
Laurel Hill's boys team looks
like a small-school state title
contender in any state.
The Crestview and Baker
girls teams have enjoyed early-
season success with young
teams.
Crestview's experienced
boys team looked sharp in some
early season games.
The Baker boys and Laurel
Hill girls have some young tal-
ent and can expect success soon.


Passing
Shots


Kyle
Wright

"Everyone in the area is on an
upswing," Crestview boys coach
Brian Humphrey said earlier
this month.
The talent level in Florida
seems to have surpassed the tal-
ent coming out of Indiana.
Now, the fan interest needs to
catch up.
Hollywood probably won't
make a basketball movie called
Sunshine in response to the
movie Hoosiers anytime soon.
In the meantime, the News
Bulletin proudly introduces a
new feature to promote high


The first News
Bulletin Court Report is
on Page 4B

school basketball in the area:
The Court Report.
The Court Report will appear
on Wednesday. It will list all of
the boys and girls game scores
from the preceding week, and
the schedule for the week to
come.
The Court Report also will
list the area scoring leaders, and
the district standings for area
teams.
We will take a closer look at
the area's best game from the
past week, preview a big game

See SHOTS, page 4B


Inside


The 2005 season has ended, but the
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Fancy footwork


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Crestview's Tiffany Johnson looks to advance the ball
during the CHS girls soccer team's match Monday
against Niceville. The Eagles won the match 8-0.










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CUP WINNERS
Feb. 20 Daytona 500
Jeff Gordon
Feb. 27 Auto Club 500
Greg Biffle
March 13 UAW-Chrysler 400
Jimmie Johnson
March 20 Golden Corral 500
Carl Edwards
April 3 Food City 500
Kevin Harvick
April 10 Advance Auto Parts 500
Jeff Gordon
April 17 Samsung/RadioShack 500
Greg Biffle
April 23 Subway Fresh 500
Kurt Busch
May 1 Aaron's 499
Jeff Gordon
May 7 Dodge Charger 500
Greg Biffle
May 14 Chevy Revolution 400
Kasey Kahne
May 29 Coca-Cola 600
Jimmie Johnson
.June 5 MBNA RacePoints 400
Greg Biffle
June 12 Pocono 500
Carl Edwards
June 19 Batman Begins 400
Greg Biffle
June 26 Dodge/Save Mart 350
Tony Stewart
July 2 Pepsi 400
Tony Stewart
July 10 USG Sheetrock 400
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
July 17 New England 300
Tony Stewart
July 24 Pennsylvania 500
Kurt Busch
Aug. 7 Allstate 400
Tony Stewart
Aug. 14 Sirius at The Glen
Tony Stewart
Aug. 21 GFS Marketplace 400
Jeremy Mayfield
Aug. 27 Sharpie 500
Matt Kenseth
Sept. 4 Sony HD 500
Kyle Busch
Sept. 10 Chevy Rock & Roll 400
Kurt Busch
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P tri Newman
Sept. 25 MBNA 400
Jimmie Johnson
Oct. 2 UAW-Ford 500
Dale Jarrett
Oct. 9 Banquet 400
Mark Martin
Oct. 15 UAW-GM Quality 500
Jimmie Johnson
Oct. 23 Subway 500
Jeff Gordon
Oct. 30 Bass Pro Shops
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1.- Dickies 500
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Nov. 13 Checker Auto Parts 500
,0 K ,Busch
,4.,y-20 Ford 400
G.g Biffle

WN LEADERS
J ireg.Biffle, 6
;Tonytewart, 5
Carl-Edwards, 4
'Jeff:Gordon, 4
Jimmie Johnson, 4.
Kurt Busch, 3
Kyle. Busch, 2
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., 1 BIFFLE
.Kevin Harvick, 1
'.Pale Jarrett, 1
0'Kasey Kahne, 1
,' Matt Kenseth, 1
_,Mark Martin, 1
' Jeremy Mayfield, 1
Ryan Newman, 1


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Greg Biffle, 6,498
Carl Edwards, 6,498
I Mark Martin, 6,428
I Jimmie Johnson, 6,401
Ryan Newman, 6,359
Matt Kenseth, 6,352
Rusty Wallace, 6,140
Jeremy Mayfield, 6,073
Kurt Busch, 5,974
Jeff Gordon, 4,174
Jamie McMurray, 4,130
Elliott Sadler, 4,084
I Kevin Harvick, 4,072
I Dale Jarrett, 3,960
Joe Nemechek, 3,953
Brian Vickers, 3,847
Jeff Burton, 3,803
Dale Earnhardt Jr., 3,
Kyle Busch, 3,753

MONEY LEA
I Tony Stewart, $6,987
i Jeff Gordon, $6,855,4
I Jimmie Johnson, $6,7
I Kurt Busch, $6,516,32
1 Mark Martin, $5,994,3
Matt Kenseth, $5,790,
Dale Earnhardt Jr., $5
Greg Biffle, $5,729,93
Ryan Newman, $5,571
Elliott Sadler, $5,024,1
Kevin Harvick, $4,970
Carl Edwards, $4,889
I Kasey Kahne, $4,874,
I Rusty Wallace, $4,868
1 Dale Jarrett, $4,705,44
Bobby Labonte, $4,62
Jeremy Mayfield, $4,5
Michael Waltrip, $4,37
Ricky Rudd, $4,300,4
Jeff Burton, $4,265,67

LAPS LED
Tony Stewart, 1,845
Greg Biffle, 1,322
Matt Kenseth, 998
Kurt Busch, 958
Jimmie Johnson, 547
I Jeff Gordon, 581
I Carl Edwards, 434
Kase*.,ahne, 430
Ryan Newman, 391


POLE WINN
Ryan Newman, 8
Elliott Sadler, 4
Tony Stewart, 4
Carl Edwards, 2
Jeff Gordon, 2
Kevin Harvick, 2,
Kasey Kahne, 2
I Matt Kenseth, 2
I Kyle Busch, 1
1 Denny Hamlin, 1
Dale Jarrett, 1
Jimmie Johnson, 1
Jamie McMurray, 1
Joe Nemecheck, 1
1 Scott Riggs, 1
Michael Waltrip, 1
SBrian Vickers, 1

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Chevrolet, 259 (17)
Ford, 246 (16)
Dodge, 179 (3)

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I Travis Kvapil, 268


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--- Crestview
Girls
soccer
Crestview
returned to action
with an 8-0 home loss against
District 1-5A foe Niceville on
Monday.
"One of the best programs in
the state," Dawgs coach Bob
Sikes said. "They are a highly
trained, highly skilled and highly
experienced team. A lot of their
girls play soccer year-round, and
it showed."
Sikes said his team (0-6, 0-5)
showed some positive signs
heading into the second half of
the season. The Dawgs have
played most of their matches with-
out their expected lineup because
of various school commitments.
"I really see a lot of things
improving and getting better,"
Sikes said.

Girls basketball
Slow starts plagued
Crestview (4-3) in its three
games at the Choctawhatchee
Thanksgiving Tourney.


The Dawgs climbed out of
an early hole to earn a 63-58
victory against Pensacola, but
fell 53-39 against Moss Point
(Miss.) and 50-37 T.R. Miller
(Ala.).
Tera Gainer led CHS with 46
points in the three games.
Nakia Bradshaw was
Crestview's No. 2 scorer during
the tournament.
Baker
Boys
basketball
Baker dropped
its opener Nov. 22
against Rocky Bayou by a 62-33
count.
Stephen Shelley (10 points)
was the lone Gator in double fig-
ures. Three of Baker's top four
scorers in the game were eighth
graders or freshmen.
-Laurel Hill-

Boys
basketball
Laurel Hill got its
season off on the
right foot with a pair of District 1-


1A road victories in the opening
week.
The Hoboes overcanie Wealy
foul trouble to beat Dr. Gainer
79-61 on Nov. 22. LHS'cdided
on all cylinders Monday in a 97-
52 win at Escambia Charter. '.-;
Brad Reese led the Hoboes
with 27 points in both gaines.
Trey Shipman contributed 19
against Dr. Gainer. Rocky
Stokes had 16 against Escambia
Charter.

Girls basketball
Laurel Hill (1-5, 0-1) picked
up its first win of the season Nov.
22 in the second game of the,
Samson (Ala.) Thanksgivinhg
Tourney.
The Hoboes led wire-to-wire
in a 42-32 decision over Red;
Level (Ala.)
Joah McLaughlin exploded
for 21 points against Red Level.
Mary Smith added 11.
The Hoboes concluded the
tournament with a 48-36 loss
against Highland Home (Ala.) on
Nov. 23.
Smith and McLaughlin com-
bined for 25 of Laurel Hill's
points.


Snowball Derby schedule released


Special to the News Bulletin
PENSACOLA Five Flags
Speedway has announced the
schedule for the 38th Snowball
Derby, set for today through
Sunday.
Dates and times are subject to
change. Call the track at (850)
944-8400 for details.
Nov. 19
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Open practice
Today
(Free admission)
Noon Pits open
Noon-5 p.m. Rig parking
5-9 p.m. Snowball Derby Green Flag
Party
Thursday
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m. Tech open; Drivers meeting


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10 a.m.-4 p.m. Late Model practice
5 p.m. Spectator and Bomber practice
begins
6 p.m. Spectator qualifying, Bomber
qualifying, Spectator last chance qualifying
7:45 p.m. Pre-race festivities
8 p.m. Spectator feature (50 laps);
Bomber feature (30 laps)
Friday
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m. Drivers meeting for al divi- .
sons
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Super Stocks,
Modified and Late Model practice begins
1:30 p.m. Super Stocks and
Modlfleds pre-qualifying tech Inspection
2:30 p.m. Super Stock and Modifieds
qualifying; Super Stock and Modifieds last
chance qualifying
6 p.m. -Snowball Derby qualifying, first
round
7:45 p.m. Pre-race festivities


8 p.m. Super Stock feature (75 laps),
Modifieds feature (75 laps)
Saturday
8 a.m. Pits open
9 a.m. Drivers meeting
9:30 a.m. Late Models practice
Noon-12:30 p.m. Track closed
12:30-1:30 p.m. Final Snowball Derby
practice; Snowflake 100 cars pre-quallfyfng
tech inspection
2 p.m. Snowflake qualifying
4 p.m. Snowflake consolation
5 p.m. Snowball last chance qualify-
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6:45 p.m. Pre-race festivities
7 p.m. Allen Turner Snowflake 100
Sunday
9 a.m. Pits open
'J a.m. Drivers meeting
10:30 a.m. Worship service
11 a.m. -All haulers removed from pits
Noon Engine warmups, cards to grid
1 p.m. Pre-race festivities
2 p.m. 38th running of the Snowball
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Bulletin! Board


SFan of the Week


BOYS BASKETBALL
Nov. 22
Laurel Hill 79, Dr. Gainer 61
Laurel Hill 11 20 27 21 79
Dr. Gainer 15 16 16 14 61
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 27,
Trey Shipman 19, Jeffrey Reese 12, Timaria
McKay 9, Austin Garrett 5, Rocky Stokes 3,
Isaiah Raite 3, Wyatt Lee 1.
Crestvlew 60, Holmes County 52
Holmes County 6 10 13 23 52
Crestview 12 12 15 21 60
Crestvlew scoring Kelley Parris 18,
Kelii Peters 16, Trey Hayes 10, Chase
Jaramillo 9, Cameron McNair 4, Skylar
Armstrong 3.
Rocky Bayou 62, Baker 33
Rocky Bayou 17'16 15 16 62
Baker 7 7 6 13 33
Baker scoring Stephen Shelley 10,
Chad Donley 8, Chad Lawhon 6, Colton
Henry 5, Zack Metcalf 3, Austin McCart 1.
Nov. 28
Laurel Hill 97, Escambia Charter 52
Laurel Hill 22 28 22 25 97
Escambia Charter 15 9 11 17 52
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 27,
Rocky Stokes 16, Trey Shipman 12, Jeffrey
Reese 11, Timaria McKay 7, Austin Stucki 6,
Wyatt Lee 5, Austin Garrett 5, Isaiah Raite 4,
Daren Weekly 2, Zack Sledge 2.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Nov. 22
Crestview 49, Navarre 38
Crestview 14 8 11 16 49
Navarre 11 8 10 9 38
Crestview scoring Jamia Akins 19,
Tera Gainer 13, Nakia Bradshaw 6, Ashley
Archie 4, Lakaron Thomas 2, Kayla Gregory
2, Shawnita Blackshear 2, Daniela Collins 1.
Laurel Hill 42, Red Level (Ala.) 32
Red Level 3 7 16 6 32
Laurel Hill 9 9 12 11 41
Laurel Hill scoring Joah McLaughlin
21, Mary Smith 11, Mercedes Day 4, Megan
Tersegno 2, Jennie Brown 2, Laquetta
Williams 1.
Nov. 23
Highland Home (Ala.) 48, Laurel Hill 36
Highland Home 18 9 16 5 48
Laurel Hill 4 9 9 14 36
Laurel Hill scoring Mary Smith 15,
Joah McLaughlin 10, Mercedes Day 4,
Megan Tersegno 3, Laquetta Williams 2,
Nyiece Underwood 2.
Nov. 24
Moss Point (Miss.) 53, Crestvliew 39
Moss Point 20 9 10 14 53
Crestview scoring 10 9 11 9 39
Crestview scoring Tera Gainer 14,
Jamia Akins 7, Nakia Bradshaw 5, Ashley
Archie 5, Shawnita Blackshear 5, Kayla
Gregory 2, Candice Dorsey 1.
Nov. 25
Crestview 63, Pensacola 58
Crestview 11 8 19 25 63
Pensacola 18 9 16 15 58
Crestview scoring Tera Gainer 26,
Nakia Bradshaw 10, Shawnita Blackshear
10, Jamia Akins 6, Daniela Collins 5, Ashley
Archie 3, Lakaron Thomas 2.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Baker freshman Stephen Shelley goes up for a shot during the
Gators' boys basketball game Nov. 22 against Rocky Bayou.


Nov. 26
T.R. Miller (Ala.) 50, Crestview 37
T.R. Miller 12 12 7 19 50
Crestvlew 6 11 10 10 37
Crestview scoring Nakia Bradshaw
8, Kayla Gregory 7, Tera Gainer 6, Jamia
Akins 6, Shawnita Blackshear 4, Ashley
Archie 4, Daniela Collins 2.
GIRLS SOCCER
Nov. 28
Nicevllle 8, Crestview 0
Nicevllle 5 3 8
Crestview 0 0 0
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L
Niceville 6 0
Choctawhatchee 2 1
Fort Walton Beach 3 2
Pace 2 2
Tate 1 4
Crestview 0 5
BOYS SOCCER
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L
Niceville 3 0
Choctawhatchee 2 0


SHOTS, from page 1 B

on the upcoming schedule, and We hope to continue the con-
highlight the area's Player of the cept when the spring
Week. baseball/softball season rolls
The Court Report willicom.'. *,around. Z'" ;Z a~
pleaw'ent the gainri epbrts, fea- Take it from a I.t._... ,
ture stories and statistics you Hoosier: These hoops a ie ieorth
expect in the News Bulletin. watching.


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Pace 2 1
Tate 1 2
Fort Walton Beach 0 2
Crestview 0 3
GOLF
HACKERS HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
A Flight
1st place Jerry Maughon, Mike
Bouchard, Ryan Heath, Steve Whiddon.
2nd place Gene Parish, Brian
Humphrey, Max Carter, Mike'Taylor.,
3rd place Scott Hollinhead, Terry
Gatlin, Vince Windhaln.
B Flight
1st place Darrel Warren, Bryan
Grimes, Steve Kisabeth, Mike Roy.
2nd place Greg Martin, Mike Gaviola,
Ray Jones, Jim Hollywood.
3rd place Craig Shaw, Nathan Shaw,
Robert Cadenhead, Pierce Cadenhead.
C Flight
1st place Pat Dunn, Dan Nelson, Tom
Dunn, Mike Dunn.
2nd place Rich Trent, Jim Wheat,
Phillip Peter, Ed Thomas
3rd place Gary Smith, Jeffrey Stem,
Jason Aiguires, Terry Bays.
Contest winners
Closest to pin Brandon martin,
Robert Scurto, Greg Martin, Mike Taylor.
Putting contest Mike Roy.


Enjoy the Court Report, and
enjoy the season.

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Bulletin Sports Editor. He can be
reached at (850) 682-6524, or by
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mCourt Report .


Boys


Results
Nov. 22
Crestvlew 60, Holmes County 52
Laurel Hill 79, Dr. Gainer 61
Rocky Bayou 62, Baker 33
Monday
Laurel Hill 97, Escambia Charter 52

Schedule
Thursday
South Walton at Baker, 6:15 p.m.
Friday
Baker at Pleasant Home (Ala.), 6:15 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Paxton at Laurel Hill, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 6
Crestview at Niceville, 7:15 p.m.
Baker at Central, 6:15 p.m.
Laurel Hill at East Hill, 7:30 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Brad Reese. Laurel Hill 27.0
Kelii Peters, Crestview 16.0
Trey Shipman, LaureHil+ .* 15.5-
Jeffrey Reese, Laurel Hill 11.5
Trey Hayes, Crestview 10.0
Stephen Shelley, Baker 10.0
Rocky Stokes, Laurel Hill 9.5
Chase Jaramlllo, Crestview 9.0
Chad Donley, Baker 8.0
Timaria McKay, Laurel Hill 8.0
Chad Lawhon, Baker 6.0
Cotton Henry, Baker 5.0
Austin Garrett, Laurel Hill 5.0
Cameron McNair, Crestview 4.0
Isaiah Raite, Laurel Hill 3.5
Skylar Armstrong, Crestview 3.0
Zack Metcalf, Baker 3.0
Wyatt Lee, Laurel Hill 3.0
Austin Stucki, Laurel Hill 3.0
Austin McCart, Baker 1.0
Daren Weekley, Laurel Hill 1.0
Zack Sledge, Laurel HIl 1.0


Game of the Week
Crestview 60, Holmes County 52
Nov. 22
Crestview built an early lead in its season
opener and went on to the home victory. The
Bulldogs displayed the balance coach Brian
Humphrey expects from this team. Crestview's
three returning starters Kelley Parris (18
points), Kelii Peters (16) and Trey Hayes (10) -
all scored in double figures. Chase Jaramillo
added nine.


Game to Watch
Paxton at Laurel Hill
Friday 7:15 p.m.
These traditional rivals get together for the first "
time this season. Paxton eliminated a highly-
regarded Laurel Hill team from the district touma-
,ment two yearseagot. and nearly-repeated tl~lLtat, "...-'' I A".
last season. Hoboes senior Austin Garrett play ed
at Paxton last year and goes up against his former
teammates. Also this week, Crestview gets a pair
of big District 1-5A tests against Fort Walton
Beach and Niceville.


Player of the Week
Brad Reese
Laurel Hill
Reese, who recently signed to play college
basketball at Southeastern Louisiana, started his
senior season with a bang. Reese scored 27
points in the Hoboes' opener Nov. 22 against Dr.
Gainer. He followed that performance up with 27
more points during Laurel Hill's 97-52 victory
Monday at Escambia Charter.


REESE


Girls


Results
Nov. 22
Crestview 49, Navarre 38
Samson tourney
Nov. 22
Laurel Hill 42, Red Level (Ala.) 32
Nov.23
Highland Home (Ala.) 48, Laurel Hill 36
Choctaw tourney
Nov. 24
Moss Point (Miss.) 53, Crestview 39
Nov.26
Crestvlew 63, Pensacola 58
Nov. 26,
T.R. Miller (Ala.) 50, Crestview 37

Schedule ,
Thursday
Baker at Freeport, 6:45 p.m.
Rocky Bayou at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Friday.
Baker.at Pleasant Home (Ala.), 5 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Walton, 7:15 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 5
Baker at Choctawhatchee, 5:30 p.m.
Paxton at Laurel Hill, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 6
Laurel Hill at East Hill, 6 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 7 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Tera Gainer, Crestview 18.0
Kendria Young, Baker 12.7
Mary Smith, Laurel Hill 12.3
Jamia Akins, Crestvlew 10,3
Chelsea Combed, Baker 8.7
Joah McLaughlin, Laurel Hill 8.3
Courtney Fountain, Baker 7.7
Nakla Bradshaw, Crestvlew 7.4
Amanda Cook, Baker 6.0
Ashley Archie, Crestview 4.0
Charlene Watkins, Baker 3.7
Shawnita Blackshear, Crestvlew 3.3
Daniela'Collins, Crestview 3.3
Nylece Underwood, Laurel Hill 2.8


Game of the Week
Crestview 63, Pensacola 58
Nov. 25
The Bulldogs rallied from a 43-38 deficit enter-
ing the final quarter to win their second game at
the Choctawhatchee Thanksgiving tourney. Tera
*Gainer scored eight of her season-high 26 points
in the final period to key Crestview's rally. The
Bulldogs sank 15 of 17 free throws in the final
eight minutes to pull out the victory. Nakia
Bradshaw and Shawnita Blackshear added 10
points apiece for the Bulldogs.

Game to Watch
Baker at Freeport
Thursday 6:45 p.m.
Baker (2-1) looks to get off to a good start in
District 1-2A play when it travels to Freeport on
Thursday. The Gators could qualify for the FHSAA
playoffs before the district tournament by finishing
first in their three-team district. A road victory over
the Bulldogs would be a good start.

Player of the Week
Tera Gainer
Crestvlew
Gainer wears No. 13, but the number Isn't
unlucky for the Dawgs' 5-foot-7 junior forward.
Gainer scored 59 points over Crestview's busy
stretch of four games in five days. Gainer
scored 26 of those points during the Dawgs'
comeback victory against Pensacola. Her area-
best scoring average of 18.0 points per game
helped a young Crestview team win four of its
first seven games.


GAINER


District standings


Boys District 1-


District 1-
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Team
Crestvlew
Fort Walton Beach
Niceville
Tate
Choctawhatchee
Pace
Girls D
Team
Niceville
Crestview
Fort Walton Beach
Choctawhatchee
Pace
Tate


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W L
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
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0 0
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W L
2 0
1 0
0 0
0 1
0 1
0 1


Boys District 1-2A
Team W
Baker 0
Freeport 0
Jay 0
Pensacola Christian 0


Team
Baker
Freeport
Jay


Girls District 1-2A
W
0
0
0


Boys District 1-1 A
L Team W
0 Laurel Hill 2
0 Central 0
0 East Hill 0
0 Paxton 0
Rocky Bayou 0
Dr. Gainer 0
L Escambia Charter 0


0
0
0


Girls District 1-1A
Team W
Central 1
Paxton 1
East Hill 0
Rocky Bayou 0
Laurel Hill 0


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the Thursdays prior to publication. vide help with your drug costs, no mat- Red flag warnings are in effect for Cyndy Chapin at 850-683-0490.
ter how you pay for them today. Okaloosa, Escambia, and Santa Rosa ROAD CLOSURE IN
ANNOUNCEMENTS A Dutch Treat luncheon will follow counties due to the lower humidity, high CRESTVIEW: Reinke Drive in
CHAMBER ACCEPTING the meeting, and all guests are invited to winds, and lack of rain for the last 20 Crestview will be closed at Piney Woods
SHARING & CARING DONA- remain for lunch. Donations for the days. Creek until further notice for road
TIONS: During this holiday season and scholarship fund will also be collected. Due to these conditions, the Florida. repairs. The road will be open for local
TIONS: During this holiday season and Members are asked to bring a Division of Forestry is not issuing any traffic only from Overview Drive to
the past couple of years, taking theroutimegh Christmas door prize to be given at the burning authorizations until further Valley Road.
think past couple of othyears, taking thelp is stillend of the meeting, and are reminded notice. The division highly recommends VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
to think of others that need help is s that 2005-2006 dues are due. extreme caution on all other outside Volunteer Organizations Active in
The Crestview Area Chamber of All retirees of the Okaloosa school burning. If you have any questions, Disasters (VOAD) needs volunteers to
Commerce on Main Street is accepting system are invited to join the group and please contact 850-957-6140. work in the Emergency Operations
food and/or mon Me tary donations for attend any future meetings. CLEAN OUT YOUR GARAGE Center (EOC) assisting county person-
foodSharing & Caring. Please takery donathetimeons or CRESTVIEW CHRISTMAS FOR TAX PURPOSES: One great way nel in the event of any natural or man-
Shaing & Caing. Please take the tdo e PARADE: The Crestview Downtown to get a tax deduction is to donate your made disaster affecting Okaloosa
to pick up some extra canned foods to Christmas Parade, with, the theme used vehicle to the American Lung County.
couple of bucks to help out. Any help is "Christ The Light of Christmas," will Association before the end of the year. VOAD has the lead role in coordi-
grcouple of bucks to help out.be held Sat., Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m. Just call 1-8Q00-LUNG-USA to donate nating the processing and operations of
CHS CHORUappreciatedS ON Participants will march down North your ride, and ALA will tow your vehi- volunteers- and donated goods.
SALE: Th Crestview High chorus Main Street, and Santa Claus will cle for free. Volunteers will be asked to perform
AL: W inter Concert is set for Dec. 5 and 6 at attend. Lots of lights, marching bands, You will receive detailed instruc- duties like setting up binders, laptop
7:30Winter Concertp.m. is set for Dec. HS auditorium. decorated floats are part of the festivi- tions and two simple forms to fill out. commuters, supplies, phones, and food
Reserve seat tickets are on sale nowrium ties. The parade is sponsored by the Avoid the hassles of selling and possibly for volunteers.
Tickets wseat also be sold at the doow. Main Street Crestview Association and pocket more in tax savings than if you Okaloosa County Public Safety will
Adults are $5 and students are $2. the City of Crestview. sold the item. The car will be auctioned, open the EOC, located at the Okaloosa
Dults are $5 large crowds the $2 ter CHRISTMAS IN CRESTVIEW with proceeds going toward research, County Courthouse in Shalimar, when a
DuConerts bring in, the large chorus will do the TOUR OF HOMES: The GFWC patient education, asthma summer camp disaster occurs. There will be a need for
sameConcertsbring in, the chorus will o Woman's Club of Crestview, Inc.'s for children, and area school programs. data entry volunteers.
same performance on both nights, so Annual "Christmas in Crestview Tour of COVENANT HOSPICE COOK- For more information, please con-
choose which night is best for you and Homes," will be held on Sunday, BOOKS: Covenant Hospice is now tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S December 4, 2005, from 2:00 p.m. Five selling cookbooks to benefit its non- extension 230.
MEETING The Republican Women of beautiful homes will be decorated for funded and under-funded programs in THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
Okaloosa, Federated will have their the Holidays! Plus, refreshments will be Okaloosa and Walton counties. information on grants and how you can
monthly meeting at Two Trees served at the Clubhouse Building at 150 To purchase one, please call Lill help in the. fight or save babies, contact
Restaurant in the clubhouse of Fort Woodlawn Drive, Crestview, Florida Jennings at (850) 729-1800, or stop by your local March of Dimes office or
Walton Beach Golf Course beginning at (behind Woodlawn Baptist Church). the Covenant Hospice office located at visit www.marchofdimes.com. For
11:30 a.m.on Wed., Dec. 7th. The Jazzinning The tickets are $10.00 for Adults and 101 Hart St. in Niceville or at 370 West sponsorship and ticket information call
11:30 a.m. on Wed., hathee High $5.00 for children under 12 years old. Redstone Dr. in Crestview. Cookbooks (850) 432-5014.
Band from Choctawhatchee High For information or tickets, please call can be ordered by phone and mailed, but BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
School will provide a musical Marie 683-1963, 682-1777, or 683-9117. there is a $3 shipping and handling fee. you are looking for local history, arti-
WesTo make a reservation 862-4579 by Sunday, Dcall Mabere Proceeds will go to club charities. Please make checks payable to facts, photos, and a good selection of-
4th. Cost of the lunch is $15. Guests member FUMC BLOOD DRIVE: The Covenant Hospice. All proceeds benefit area newspapers.
4th Cost of the lunchCis $15. restview First United Methodist Covenant Hospice in Okaloosa and Hours are Tuesday Friday from 10
SONS OF THE AMERICAN Church, 599 Eighth Street. is sponsoring Walton counties, a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the third Saturday
REVOLUTION Fo information call a .visit of the bloodmobile on Sunday, YMCA VOLUNTEERS are needed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with special
John Cahoon at 862-5078. Dec. 4, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in the to invest their time and skills in North tours available upon request. For more
NARCONON ARROWHEAD: If north parking lot. Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a service information, call the museum at 537-
you or someone you know is struggling Physically able individuals, seven- to offer, time to volunteer, or would like 5714, Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
wiyouth or someone you knowisarconon teen years or older, are encouraged to additional information, please contact 4401, or send an email to bakermuse-
with an addiction call Narconon participate in this drive, donating a small Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff at um@aol.com.
Arrowheaddiction countoday. eing, assessments, and portion of this critically needed life-sus- 682-8635. DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRI-
addiction count rehabling, assessments, and training fluid. SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES VERS: Volunteers are needed to drive
referrals torehabilitationcenters nation- To avoid a needless wait, prospec- FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you the DAV van, which takes veterans to
wide by calling 1-800-468-6933 ng onto www.stopaddiction.com tive donors are encouraged to contact are pregnant and concerned about alco- their appointments at the VA Outpatient
YOUTH FRATERNITY. The the church office to schedule a time for. hol and drugs, free and confidential help Clinic in Pensacola. You would only
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge #364 donating. is available. All pregnant women are eli- drive two days per month. For further
PJ.R.LA, sponsor of the Malcolm N. Additional information regarding gible for priority substance abuse treat- information, contact the local Veterans
Haynes Sr. Council of The Knightsof his event may be obtained from the ment services. Service Office at 601-A North Pearl
Pythagoras, is now accepting applica- church office, 682-2018. Women's Intervention Services & Street, or call 689-5922.
Pythagons foras, is now acceptinto their youth HEAD START BOOK DRIVE: Education can provide you with infor- SHELTER HOUSE: It costs more
fraternity. Membership is open toall Okaloosa County Comprehensive Head nation and assist you in getting the help than $100 a day to shelter a victim of
young men from 9 to 17 years old; how- Start Child Development, Inc. a non- you need. WISE serves as a client advo- domestic violence. For more informa-
ever they must be accompanied by par- profit 501 (c) 3 agency providing com- cate and coordinator of services for tion on how you can help, call 683-
ent or guardian when killing an preensive child development programs pregnant women with substance abuse 0845.
ent or guardian when filling out an for low-income children ages birth to 5 problems. ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
applicatFor more information and applica- is conducting a new book drive. Head WISE is a program of the INFORMATION: Located at 132
tons, plmore contact either Thomas D. Start hopes to collect enough age appro- Community Drug and Alcohol Council. Butler Avenue at the fire tower site, the
tions, please contact eiter homas private books through Dec. 12 to give at For more information, call (850) 689- Hub City Environmental Center offers a
Bg a, 09-0" or teaBleast bi fo-r ITu tliWf-40fRIldi-1 a %:024 in Crestview or (850) 833-3I29 "'free oppolunity'to learftlaboutl native'
Taey, LA C lii tti6 hth e'dt ort Walton Beach. .-"' -."--plants and animals.
BODIA BROTHERHOOD, NC 'Ltat, 0 ,ly' be re ad b"Heac Starters MOPS' COOKBOOK: MOPS ..T To reserve the park for your group,
members from all brches of but also those who are not ready to read (Moms of Preschoolers) of Crestview call the Leisure Services Department at
seeking m emb fore c books that can be read to them by their has collected recipes from group mem- 682-4715.
occupations (Air America, USAID parents. bers, family, and friends and compiled
occupationsBooks may be dropped off at the them into an attractive keepsake cook- EVENTS
State Department, etc.) for membership Head Start Center in Crestview at 1198 book. The cookbook contains 250 well- SIX-WEEK GRIEF SUPPORT
inthe organization Fr more informa- West Edney Street, the Fort Walton loved recipes including appetizers, and GROUP: Covenant Hospice invites
729-8on contact Woody Freeman at (850)b site at Beach Center at 24 McGriff Street or at main dishes, desserts and many others. anyone who has suffered the loss of a
729 -rotherhoo. web site a the Administration Office at 60 Second They are currently selling their one- loved one to attend this free six-week
wwwEATLC- MBrotherhoodETING 121: Th St., Suite 401, Shalimar. For further of-a-kind cookbooks for $10. They may support group on Wednesdays beginning
Okaoosa Retired Educators12. Associationhe information regarding this book drive be purchased from any member of the Nov. 23 from 11:00 a.m. to noon at its
OREA) will meet on Thurs., Dec. at please call Kathy Grimes, Special organization. Crestview office located at 370 W.
9:30 a.m. at Sonny's B-B-Q in Initiatives Manager at 651-0645,Brenda
Crestview. The regular business meeting Foster; Early Childhood Manager at
en 244-2606orMichele Hooper; Earlyr
The program will be presented by Head Start Manager at 244-4959.
Ms. Barbara Bowes from the American RED FLAG WARNING ON ve
Pioneer Company, who will further BURNING: The cold front that moved ill l l
explain New Medicare-Part D- across the state is also bring very strong
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The Covenant Hospice support
group provides a safe environment in
which to meet other bereaved who have
suffered similar losses and reminds you
that you are not alone in your journey.
For more information, please contact
Charlotte at 682-3628, ext. 235.
FHP LICENSE AND VEHICLE
CHECKPOINTS: The Florida
Highway Patrol will conduct check-
points at the locations listed below.
Nov. 25-30: SR 10 (US 90), 1/4 mile
west of Milligan; Old Bethel Road, 1/4
mile west of SR 85.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUBLIC
LIBRARY EVENTS: The Infant and
Toddler Lap Sit Program meets in the
Story Room on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday
morning of each month at 10:15 a.m.
The program introduces you and your
child to books through reading, rhymes,
and music. Please call Heather for more
information at 682-4432 or 682-8776.
The First Tuesday Series starts at
10:30 a.m. at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the post office).
MEETINGS
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB: Meets every, second Monday
evening of the month at Hughes Cabinet
Shop. Social starts at 6 p.m. For more
information call Deb at 682-2555 or
Darliene at 217-0869.
FRIENDS OF THE CRESTVIEW
LIBRARY: Meetings are on the third
Thursday of January, March, May, July,
September and November at 10:30 a.m.
at the Robert L.F. Sikes Library. The
Friends welcome new visitors and new
members.
NORTH OKALOOSA SENIOR
CIRCLE: Water aerobics every
Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m.,
Crestview Physical Therapy Clinic, 577
Brookmeade Drive. Space is limited.
Must have exercise release forms and
physician forms on file before entering
the pool; Cost is $1 per person per class.
Orientation for new and prospective
Senior Circle members will be held Dec.
5 at 1 p.m. Please make a reservation.
Snack Bingo Dec. 6 at 10 a.m. Bring
a health snack for the winners. Also, a
salad and dessert supper is planned the
same day at 5 p.m. at a cost of $3 per
person.
"Grief During the Holidays" talk
planned Dec. 7 at 9 a.m. in the class-


room. Jessica Greenfield from Hospice
of the Emerald Coast will give tips on
dealing with the loss of a loved one dur-
ing the holidays. Light refreshments will
be served. Also on Dec. 7 at 1 p.m.,
Just Bingo is planned. Please bring 3
different prizes at $1 each, wrapped sep-
arately.
Reservations must be made by Dec.
2 to attend the Luncheon Meeting
Christmas Party Dec. 8 at 11:30 a.m. at
the First Baptist Church of Crestview
Fellowship Hall, across from the court-
house on Hwy. 90 West. Bring a covered
dish that will feed yourself and 4 others.
Men are asked to bring a masculine gift,
and women are asked to bring a femi-
nine gift, all with a price limit of $4.
Stretch Flex & Tone class 9 a.m.
every Monday at the SC classroom.
There is a fee of $10 per month. Forms
need to be filled out prior to attending.
To register and make reservations
for all events, please call 689-8409.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS: The Holt
Fire District Board of Commissioners
holds their regular scheduled meetings
every third Thursday of the month at
490 W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the community
building at 6:30 p.m. The public is
encouraged to attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
TRAINING: The Holt Fire Department
holds its regular training meeting the
second and fourth Thursdays' from 7
p.m. at the fire station located at 490 W.
Hwy 90 in Holt. Persons interested in
joining the department are welcome to
attend.

CLASSES
ADSO GALLERY CLASSES:
The Arts and Design Society is offering
a basic Colored Pencil Portraits Class.
The class will have three Tuesday ses-
sions on Nov. 28, Dec. 6, and Dec. 20,
with hours from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Cost is $50 per person; contact instruc-
tor Barbara Fudge at 863-1934 for sup-
ply lists.
The Let's Make Cards class for chil-
dren will be held Saturday, Dec. 10 from
9:30 to 11:30. Children ages 6 to 11 will
learn block printing and make their own
Christmas cards. Cost is $11 per person.
The gallery is located at The Arts Center
17 First Street SE in Fort Walton Beach.
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Bridgeway Center, Inc. Named

Lead Agency For Senior

Services In Okaloosa County


On Nov. 15, 2005, the
Northwest Florida Area Agency
on Aging Board of Directors
named Bridgeway Center, Inc.,
as the lead agency for senior ser-
vices. BCI will provide case
management for Okaloosa
County seniors in the years
2005-08.
The announcement was
made following an independent
review of proposals submitted
by BCI and the Okaloosa
Council on Aging. The review
panel awarded a score of 783 out
of a possible 850 points to BCI,
and a score of 577 to Okaloosa
Council on Aging. Following
previously determined protocol,
the contract was awarded to the
agency with the highest score.
The contract awards BCI
$74,001 per year to perform case
management services.
However, the lead agency depig-
nation also applies to Medicaid
waiver services for the elderly.
Medicaid waiver case manage-
ment is billed on a fee-for-ser-
vice basis, and may amount to as
much as "$175,000 additional
funds per year.
Dan Cobbs, BCI chief execu-
tive officer, credited BCI's staff
qualifications, 40 years experi-
ence, diverse array of client ser-
vices and dedication to quality
customer service as the reasons
for the award. "BCI created a
plan to provide the highest qual-


ity care services for..seniors.
Now it is our responsibility to
make sure seniors receive the
information they need to take
advantage of these case manage-
ment services."
Allison Velez, Community
Services Program director, will
lead the senior case manage-
ment team. Ms. Velez reported
that she intends to keep the
focus on what is best for elderly
clients in Okaloosa County. "We
are excited to have the opportu-
nity to serve the community in
this capacity," said Ms. Velez.
"We plan to place customer ser-
vice as our first priority, and
ensure that all client needs are
met both at the current capacity
level and through extended ser-
vices."
The grant award was the sec-
ond one relating to senior case
management services. The first
award, also in BCI's favor, was
appealed by Okaloosa Council
on Aging. A Special Master
issued an opinion on the issue,
requesting the Area Agency on
Aging to draw up a new request
for proposal and solicit a new set
of applications. The Area
Agency on Aging has been per-
forming lead agency duties since
the original appeal. BCI has met
with AAA staff to initiate the
transition, and will be solely
responsible for services as of
January 1, 2006.


Elder Services Annual

Holiday Celebration


. The Elder Services 34th
Annual Holiday Celebration
will be held at the Elks Lodge on
Okaloosa Island starting at 8:30
a.m., Wed., Dec. 14th. Seniors
are asked to make their plans
early by calling 833-9165 for
reservations.
A traditional dinner will be
served by the Niceville High


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prizes galore and special enter-
tainment are included in the cel-
ebration.
Elected officials and digni-
taries are invited to share their
greetings. Seating is limited to
350 and wheelchairs are wel-
come. Events will be starting at
8:30 p.m. that evening.


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Help replant trees lost to Katrina


Defense bill will shed light on war in Iraq


The National Arbor Day
Foundation has announced a
special new campaign to assist in
tree recovery efforts for the areas
that were devastated by
Hurricane Katrina. Through the
Katrina Tree Recovery
Campaign, the Arbor Day
Foundation, in cooperation with
the National Audubon Society, is
offering people across America
the opportunity to support
replanting trees in coastal
Mississippi and Louisiana, and
begin the reforestation of neigh-
borhoods and cities across the
region. For every $10 donated to
the Katrina Tree Recovery
Campaign, the foundation will
contribute 10 trees to be planted
by Katrina victims.
"This is an important way to
help those who have suffered the


loss of vital trees," said Arbor
Day Foundation President John
Rosenow. "Through their contri-
bution, supporters throughout
America will make it possible for
people in Mississippi and
Louisiana to plant native-species
trees to counter some of the
destruction caused by Katrina.
Trees add beauty and conserva-
tion benefits to back yards and
natural areas. This is an impor-
tant way to help restore the land
and rebuild communities."
The tree species to be planted
include bald cypress, red maple,
eastern red cedar, and red oak.
Rosenow adds that not only will
supporters have the satisfaction
of donating these trees to people
in need, but the Arbor Day
Foundation will also provide to
each donor of $10 or more a free


membership, including a sub-
scription to the foundation's
bimonthly publication, Arbor
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Rosenow says the Arbor Day
Foundation is pleased to work
with Audubon Mississippi in dis-
tributing these trees to Gulf Coast
residents. "Audubon's commit-
ment to getting the trees to the
people and areas of need is vital,"
he said, "and their leadership in
organizing volunteer tree
planters is helping make this pos-
sible."
To help hurricane victims
replant these devastated areas,
send your contribution to the
Katrina Tree Recovery Campaign,
National Arbor Day Foundation,
100 Arbor Avenue, Nebraska
City, NE 68410, or contribute
online at arborday.org/katrina.


WASHINGTON, D.C. -
Congressman Allen Boyd (D-
North Florida) applauded the
Senate passage of the National
Defense Authorization Act for
fiscal year 2006 (S 1042),
requiring more accountability
on operations in Iraq. Among
other things, the legislation
will require the
Administration to submit
quarterly reports to Congress
on the progression of the U.S.
military mission in Iraq and
an explanation of an exit strat-
egy for completion of the mis-
sion.
"This legislation will pro-
vide more accountability on
the war in Iraq by shining a
spotlight on the road ahead as
well as what has been accon-


polished said Congressman
Boyd. "Periodic and public
updates on the
Administration's plans for
success in Iraq are necessary
as part of an open and honest
democracy. We all want our
troops to come home safely
and soon, and it is my hope
that this legislation will give
everyone more of an idea of
when that will be."
The Senate defense bill
requires the Administration to
submit quarterly, unclassified
reports to Congress on the
progress in Iraq and criteria
for success. These reports will
include details on the number
of Iraqi battalions that must be
able to fight independently
before U.S. troops can with-


draw, allowing Iraqi forces to
begin taking responsibility for
their country's security. The
legislation also calls on the
Administration to tell Iraqis to
make the compromises neces-
sary for political progress.
"Our armed services, mili-
tary families, taxpayers and
the government have invested
so much in our promotion of
democracy, and we all deserve
a sound and timely plan for
ending our mission and bring-
ing our troops home," Boyd
stated. "I'm pleased the
Senate passed the defense bill
to include important over-
sight measures that are
absolutely necessary for
appropriate accountability in
Iraq."


SPublic Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 05 DR 4501

IN RE: The Marriage of

CAROLYN JANE HARLEY
AKA, CAROLYN JANE HARLEY-
ATTERTON,
Petitioner,

and

STEPHEN LEROY ATTERTON,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Stephen Leroy Atterton
Last known address: 1732 N. 450
W., Provo, Utah 84604
Present Address: Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for annulment of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to:

SHAWN M. RISEN, ESQUIRE
RISEN & RYAN
436 Green Acres Road
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
on or before December 8, 2005,
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex, .
Shalimar, Florida either before ser-
vice on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Petition.
WITNESS my hand and Seal
of this Court on this 2nd day of
November 2005.


E8) By.Teresa.Fleming


11/09/05
11/16/05
11/23/05
11/30/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 05-CA-3917

MARIE K. BOWMAN,
Plaintiff,

vs.

BARBARA SUE GANEY,


Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
'pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment scheduling foreclosure
sale entered on November 16,
2005, in this case now pending in
said Court, the style of which is indi-
cated above.
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash on the South
Front Door of the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 East James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview, Florida
32536, at 11:00 A.M. on the 16th
day of December, 2005, the follow-
ing described property as set forth
'in said Order or Final Judgment, to-
wit:
Parcel #6: A Parcel of land in
the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of
Section 27, Township 4 North,
Range 24 West of the
Tallahassee Meridian, in
Okaloosa County, Florida,
more particularly described as
follows: From the Southeast
Comer of the NE 1/4 of said
Section 27, Run N 88 degrees
41' 16" W, 377.62 feet to the
West margin of an unimproved
County Road; thence N 09
degrees 48' 51" E along said
West margin 816.98 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence N
90 degrees 00' 00" W 324.75
feet; thence N 09 degrees 48'
51" E, 50.00 feet; thence N 02
degrees 23' 48" E, 85.51 feet;
thence S.90Udegrees 00'00" E,
321.52 feet to the West Margin
of said unimproved County
Road; thence S 03 degrees 46'
00" W along said West Margin
135.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning, containing 0.99
acres.
ORDERED at Okaloosa
County, Florida this 16 day of
-tAlovamber, 2005.. .......
Jason' R. Moulton, Esq.
660-A North Ferdon Boulevard
Crestview, Florida 32536
(850) 689-1474
Florida Bar No. 0150126
Attorney for Plaintiff
DON HOWARD
As Clerk, Circuit Court,
Okaloosa County, Florida

By: Sharon.Anders
Deputy Clerk

11/23/05
11/30/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA


CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2005-CA-2630
DIVISION C

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,
Plaintiff,

vs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, WILLIAM
JEFFERSON SANDERS JR. A/K/A
WILLIAM SANDERS A/K/A
WILLIAM JEFF SANDERS,
DECEASED, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
November 14, 2005 and entered in
Case NO. 2005-CA-2630 of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial
Circuit in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, N.A., is the Plaintiff
and THE 'UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, WILLIAM
JEFFERSON SANDERS JR. A/K/A
WILLIAM SANDERS A/K/A
WILLIAM. JEFF SANDERS,
DECEASED; WILLIAM JOSHUA
SANDERS, AS AN HEIR OF THE
ESTATE OF WILLIAM JEFFER-
SON SANDERS, JR A/K/A
WILLIAM SANDERS A/K/A
WILLIAM JEFF SANDERS,
DECEASED; JESSICA LEIGH
SANDERS, AS AN HEIR OF THE
ESTATE OF WILLIAM JEFFER-
SON SANDERS, JR, A/K/A
WILLIAM SANDERS A/K/A
WILLIAM. JEFF SANDERS,"
DECEASED; ANY AND ALL.
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW: SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE OKALOOSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 14 day of
December, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:

COMMENCING AT THE-
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF


THE SOUTHWEST ONE-
QUARTER OF SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 22 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA. THENCE WEST 706.75
FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-
OF-WAY OF A 66 FOOT
COUNTY ROAD, SAID ROAD
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 770, PAGE
878, THENCE NORTH
ALONG EAST RIGHT OF
WAY A DISTANCE OF 1162.47
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF PARCEL
HEREIN DESCRIBED.
THENCE NORTH 271.33
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 38 MINUTES 05
SECONDS EAST 365.40
FEET, THENCE SOUTH
271.33 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 38
MINUTES 05 SECONDS
WEST 365.40 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON
AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO.

A/K/A 5439 KERVIN ROAD,
CRESTVIEW, FL 32539
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on November 16,
2005.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Echevarria, Codills & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05010705
NMNC-FHA-B tthomas
"See Americans with Disabilities
Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court
Administration at 101 James Lee
Boulevard East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone number
(850) 689-5000, Extension 7497,
prior to the proceeding, or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court
Administration at 1250 N. Eglin


Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32579; tele-
phone number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

11/23/05
11/30/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 05-CP-703
IN RE: ESTATE OF:

JAMES RICHARD HENRY,


11/30/05
12/07/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 05-CP-1360
Division

IN RE: ESTATE OF
GUY N. SKINNER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS


Deceased. The administration of the
estate of GUY N. SKINNER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS deceased, File Number 05-CP-
1360, is pending In the Circuit Court
The administration of the for Okaloosa County, Florida,
estate of JAMES RICHARD Probate Division, the address of
HENRY, deceased, is pending in which is P.O. DRAWER 1359,
the Circuit Court for Okaloosa CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-1359.
County, Florida, Probate Division, The names and addresses of
the address of which is 101 James the personal representative and the
Lee Boulevard, East, Okaloosa personal representative's attorney
County Courthouse, Crestview, are set forth below.
Florida 32536. The names and ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
addresses of the Personal ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
Representative and the Personal All creditors of the decedent
Representative's attorney are set and other persons having claims or
forth below, demands against decedent's estate
All creditors of the decedent including unmatured, contingent or
and other persons having claims or unliquidated claims, on whom a
demands against decedent's copy of this notice is served must
estate, including unmatured, con- file their claims with this Court
tingent, or unliquidated claims, on WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
whom a copy of this notice is MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
- served, must file their claims with THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
this Court WITHIN THE LATER .OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE THEM.
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY All other creditors of the dece-
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. dent and persons having claims or
All other' creditors of the dece- demands against the decedents
dent and other persons having estate, including unmatured, con-'
claims or demands against dece- tingent or unliquidated claims, must
dent's estate, including unmatured, file their claims with this court
contingent or unliquidated claims, WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
must file their claims with the Court THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
- WITHIN 3 MONT`SCAPTER.TtiE..f, GAT0)N OF THIS NOTICE.
DATE OF THE; FIRST-PUUBLICA- .- LL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
TION .OF, .1H-.NgOtIGL ..,,. .WILLB3E FOREVER BARRED.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC- Notwithstanding the time peri-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE ods set forth above, any claim filed
FOREVER BARRED. two (2) years or more after the
decedents date of death is barred.
Personal Representative: The date of the first publication
RACHEL DIANE HENRY of this Notice is November 30,
702 POWELL DRIVE 2005.


NICEVILLE, FL 32578
The date of the first publication of
this notice is November 30, 2005.
Respectfully submitted,
MICHAEL A. JONES, ESQ.
POST OFFICE BOX 947
NICEVILLE, FL 32588-0947
(850) 729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney for Personal
Representative


Attorney
Representative

SAMUEL M. PE
222 Govermei
Niceville, Florid
Telephone: (851
Florida Bar No.


for Personal

EEK
nt Street, Suite D
a 32578
3) 678-1178
: 329010


Personal Representative:

RAYMOND SKINNER
12345 Ellerbe Road


Shreveport, LA 71115

11/30/05
12/07/05


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 05-CP-1378
IN RE: ESTATE OF

SYBIL L. CHESSHER

Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:

You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administration
has been entered In the estate of
SYBIL L. CHESSHER, deceased,
File Number 05-CP-1378, by the
Circuit Court for OKALOOSA
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post Office
Drawer 1359, Crestview, Florida
32536; that the decedent's date of
death was 09/25/05; that the total
value of the estate is $15,592.00
and that the names and address of
those to whom it as been assigned
by such order are:
Name, Address
DALTON CHESSHER, 1375
Highway C-180, Baker, Florida
32531
VELMA RUSSELL, 11 Palm
Tree Loop, Petal, Mississippi
39465
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS


P.O. Box 1238
Crestview, Florida 32536
Telephone: (850) 682-2336
Personal Representative:
DALTON CHESSHER
1375 Highway C-180
Baker, Florida 32531

11/30/05
12/07/05

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2005-DR-4497

IN RE: The Marriage of
KELLEY GRACE BAILEY
Petitioner/Wife,
and

MARVIN LOUIS BAILEY
Respondent/Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Marvin Louis Bailey
Last known address: 2255 Hwy. 98
Mary Esther, FL 32569
Present Address: Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for annulment of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to:
SHAWN M. RISEN, ESQUIRE
RISEN & RYAN
436 Green Acres Road
Ft Waltoj Beach, FL 32547
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER


ARE NOTIFIED THAT: on or before December 22, 2005,
and file the original with the Clerk
All creditors of the estate of the of this Court at the Okaloosa
decedent and persons having County Courthouse Annex,
claims or demands against the Shalimar, Florida either before ser-
estate 01o ire da:edl.i. r than e on Petitier 5' attorney r
those "i w orrm o r ,,iuon. ,r 1ll" rr,,edatey hLFre, ner. OF r-,.ee a
payment was made in the Orderof. .-default wllbentered against you
Summary Administration must file for the relief demanded in the
their claims with this court WITHIN Petition.
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH WITNESS my hand and Seal
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE of this Court on this 22nd day of
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. November 2005.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV- CLERK OF COURT '
ER BARRED. By: Teresa Fleming
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY Deputy Clerk
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERI-
OD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) 11/30/05
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE 12/07/05
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS 12/14/05
BARRED. 12/21/05
The date of first publication of
this Notice is November 30, 2005.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
BEN L. HOLLEY
Florida Bar No. 0036838


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850-689-7823
www.jobsplusonestop.com


102
Drivers


SINGLE WHITE DRIVER TRAINEES
male 70 185lbs. 5'9" NEEDED NOWI
brown hair and No experience re-
eyes. Owns home quired Werner En-
and retired from US rprises has imme-
Government. Look- diate openings for
ing for nice white entry level semi
small lady about drivers. Our avg.
same age that has a drivers earn more
sense of humor and than $36K first year.
owns home. If not, 60% of our drivers
that's okay. Send get home
photo, phone and a nightly/weekly. 15 -
few lines about your- day CDL training
self to JB, Box876 available in you
Crestview Fl. 32536 area. Call today 1-
START DATING 866-280-5309
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Call toll free
1-800-766-2623
ext. 1686 $ 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
102 Blvd., FWB. Never
Drivers a fee. 850-243-

DRIVER 2699
'DEDICATED IN HOME Elderly
regl lane HeaLth Care, 8.00
CqASTAL TRANS- hr., Call 305-6733
PORT between 8 & 4 Mon.
Guaranteed! thru. Fri. Seniors
65% preloaded/ welcome to apply
retarpedg $718- JOB FAIR!
AVw $18ek Wednesday,
Mobile, AL. Terminal November 30, 2005
CDL-A req'd 4:00 pm-- 6:00 pm
877-428-5627 CresuiewJobs
www.ctdrivers.com 212 N. Wlson
'TRACTOR Street
TRAILER 850-689-7823
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needed part time for
our Milton, Fl. facili-
ty. Minimum require-
ments: 3 yrs. OTR,
excellent safety re-
cord, meet all DOT
requirements, high
school grad or GED
with good verbal
skills. Competitive
pay and benefits
package. Call David
@ 1-800-363-7364,
fax resume to (478)
994-0946 or e-mail
personnel @ cdiservi-
ces.cc


OPERATOR
NEEDED!
No Exp. neces-
sary. Day Shift apply
in .person. Custom
Production Inc. Call
689-2889
SATELLITE TECH-
NICIANS -No Expe-
rience needed.
Great career oppor-
tunity with benefits.
Must have cell
phone & driver's Li-
cense. Call 1-800-
292-8421


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Delivery Driver
Needed!
Work two nights per week delivering the Crestvlew
News Bulletin to newsracks In North Okaloosa County.
Apply in Person at...
Crestview News Bulletin
295 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL. 32536
No Phone Calls Please


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104
General Help

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

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL OF DESTIN
Now hiring all posi-
tions. Cooks, serv-
ers, cashiers. Apply
in person or call
269-3344. Located
at foot of Mid-Bay
Bridge. Good bene-
fits and up to 3 rais-
es in 1st year.
110
Labor
CARPENTERS
FRAMERS needed
local work. GCall 537-
8399 or 546-1162.
CARPENTERS
FRAMERS needed
local work. Call 537-
8399 or 546-1162.
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Crew leader
needed! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319

114
Medical
DOCTOR'S
ASSISTANT,
computer knowledge
necessary write P.O.
Box #11 2260 S.
Ferdon Blvd. Crest-
view 32536
PART TIME clinical
assistant. Must have
computer experi-
ence, medical expe-
rience helpful send
resume to 150 E.
Redstone Suite B
Crestview Fl. 32539
SOUTHERN
HEALTH
PARTNERS, INC.
Is' currently hiring
FT/PT CNS's &
LPN's. For all shifts
in long term facili-
ties. Come join our
excellent team of
professionals Apply
705 Jenks Ave. Pan-
ama City FL. 785-
5475
120
Professional
EXPERIENCED
BODY
Tech desired at Fac-
tory Spec. Collision
Center, Crestview
4- day work week,
Excellent Benefits
available. Great at-
mosphere & clean
work environment
Call for an appoint-
ment 850-423-0691


126
Skills/Trade
AUTOBODY TECH
helper needed good
benefits, excellent
growth potential, Full
time only tools a
plus Call Kyle at
Factory Spec. 423-
0691


315
Business Services.

****HIT ME ****
http://4mather.com
http://4matherioans.
com
http://jibb.com/
EP1669 (c) 2005
Owner: Eligia J.
Petty 850-261-9793

A&M SEAMLESS
Gutter Custom fit to
your home... Minox.
home repair, rea-
sonable prices 850-
758-1964/850-683-
3079
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Gall Brad @
865-3266
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075

320
Child Care
AT HOME mother
willing to watch 2
girls between ages 2
& 4 years old Call
Tammy at 689-0059
- 420-0134
325
Domestic
DETAILED HOUSE
CLEANING Will pro-
vide cleaning prod-
ucts. Excellent local
references. Reason-
able. Call Sharon at
218-0572.

332
Watch & Clock
Repair

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


Drivers Needed
Rlinker Materials is one of the nations largest
suppliers of concrete ready mix. We currently
have openings for Class B or higher CDL driv-
ers at our sites in Crestview& Ft. Walton.
Rinker Materials currently employs 10,500
employees at 381 sites across 31 states. We
offer great pay, health & retirement plans, plus
more. Rinker Materials ia an E0E & Drug free
work place.
Stop in today and apply at one of these sites:
5420 Fairchild Rd, Crestview, FL 32538
1787 Fhn Blvd., Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547


335
Financial Services

"LEADING
FINANCIAL"
Institution approv-
ing small Busi-
ness, Mortgage,
Vehicle and per-
sonal loans. Imme-
diate response.
Give us a call at.
1-800-419-1599 or
apply on line at
www.capitaltrustfi-
nancial.org.

337
Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
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.


340
Home Repair
A&M SEAMLESS
Gutter Custom fit to
your home. Minor
home repair, rea-
sonable prices 850-
758-1964/850-683-
3079
CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Power Washing-
Residential & Com-
mercial, Honest
work. References
available. 682-0011
or 259-6998
KEN'S PAINTING
AND HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
LLC.
Specializing in cus-
tom colors Ceiling
and wall textures
and Repairs Ph.
850-826-1275
MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.

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


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LAWN CARE
- Free Estimates---
Commercial Residential
Quality Lawn Care with .
Dependable Service & Reasonable Rates!
.. ig -6-2727


340
- Home Repair

WINDHAM CONST.
For all home repair,
Decks, Fences,
Carports, Utility
sheds, patios, trim,
window & door re-
placement, Free
estimates Good
Service. Licensed
and insured. Call toe
day! 537-8810 or
546-1177


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
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142


These items can be viewed between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.
by coming to City Hall in Laurel Hill. Sealed bids will be opened at the
December 8 regular Council meeting. The City reserves the right to
refuse all bids,


342
Landclearing


D&J
LANDCLEARING
Bulldozers
Backhoe
Bush Hogging





Cell: (850) 758-0002
After hours call:
(850) 537-6061

345
Lawn Care


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340
Home Repair

FENCED INSTAL-
LED Repairs Call
"At-a-Boy" 689-
0101. Fence compa-
ny also pressure
washing company
HANDY D'S 25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066
HANDY MAN. Over
25 years construc-
tion exp. 850-428-
1557 or 850-892-
7041.




















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

RESTORATION OF
all types of build-
ings. Residential &
commercial. We
comply with Florida
law concerning in-
surance & license.
428-1557 890-7041.

Plumbing
and Repair
Service
Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Rober t
Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured

STUCCO, STUCCO
Repair, veneer
stone, storm, dam-
age, building decay.
850-892-7041, 428-
1557
WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured, 537-
9955/259-6170


RICK'S LAWN
CARE
Residential & Com-
mercial, Monthly,
Yearly-' or, ortW titn.et
service. Free eEsti-,
mates Call cell 850-
398-1415
T & F tree service.
Lic. and Insured.
Small and big jobs.
423-0416

























355
Sewing &
Alterations

SEWING
MACHINE


VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS.
Call 682-3041
or
664-2245

360
Miscellaneous

IN-HOME COM-
PUTER repair, setup
and training.
New/used laptops
local 682- 4180
Alterations18


NEED TO SELL YOUR
HOME OR LAND?
WE PURCHASE ALL TYPES OF PROPERTY...
AND Do ALL THE WoRK
Pay all closing costs
Pay off mortgage Order survey
Correct tide problems Resolve legal issues

Fast Closing with local title company.
All you need to do is call:
850-902-2426 or 850-398-1471


360
Miscellaneous

WATKINSHeritage
Products And More
for the bath, pantry,
medicine chest and
beyond. Larry L.
Woolley, Independ-
ent Watkins Associ-
ate. Call (850)682-
7988 or visit
www.watkinsonline.c
om/woolley


452
Apartments For
Rent


Housing
Communities for
elderly and
physically
challenged
persons.
Immediate
openings are not
available but we
always a' cept
applications for
our waiting list.
Our apartment
homes are fully
carpeted, have
central heat and
air and are
equipped with
stove and
refrigerator. We
have 1 and 2
bedroom units.
Security
deposit on unit:
one month basic
rent. $250 pet fee.
SMALL PETS
ONLY!
U t ilities
included at
Crestview
Apartments are
water, sewer and
garbage.
We work
strictly from our
waiting list.






Crestview
Apartments
682-6149
TDDITTY (711)


452
Apartments For
Rent

BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
71-1, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.





Housing
Communities for
elderly and
physically
challenged
persons.
Immediate
openings are not
available but- we
always accept
applications for
our waiting list.
Our apartment
homes are fully
carpeted, have
central heat and
air and are
equipped with
stove and
refrigerator. We
have 1 and 2
bedroom units.
Security
deposit on unit:
one month basic
rent. $250 pet fee.
SMALL PETS
ONLY!
Utilities included
at Brookmeade
Villas are garbage
only.
We work strict-
ly from our waiting
list


Brookmeade
Villas
689-2272
TDD/TTY (711)


HEAVY EQUIPMENT

OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT
Bulldozers
Backhoes
Loaders
Dump Trucks
Graders
Scrapers
Excavators
Train In Florida

National Certification
Financial Assistance
Job Placement Assistance
800-383-7364
Associated Training Services
www.atsn-schools.com



Robbins

Concrete, LLC.
Free Estimates
Patios Driveways Inlets
Manhole Headwall
Licensed & Insured
26 years experience

850-758-0379


FURNITURE a APPLIANCES 8 TIRES... GO MY.

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


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Cheap!


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Direct
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St. Augustine
Zoysia
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Suncoast Sodl
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CLEARING
demolition.
682-2075.


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2005 CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN PAGE 9B


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
8831 Hwy 90 E.,
Milton, New
3BR/2BA $147,500
620 Merioneth Dr.,
Ft.Walton Beach
just off Mooney Rd.
4BR/2 1/2BA over
2,000sqft with pool
$335,000.
1231 E. Chestnut
Ave.,, Crestview
3BR/2BA double
wide on nice large
lot in town.
$75,900.
217 White Oak Ave
in Dogwood
Estates. 3BR/2BA,
large gunite pool,
large tiled
detached double
garage. To many
extras to mention.
$325,000.
6609 Lynwood
Jackson Rd.,
4BR/3BA on 5 acres
in Baker. Over
3,900sqft. $399,000.
10 Acres on O.B.
Gatlin Rd. off Hwy
393 in Crestview.
$175,000.
Horses allowed
8.65 acres, Hwy.
C4A, Baker paved
county road, level,
high & dry. Price
reduced $179,000.
NEW CONSTRUCTION
5856 Calumet
Court in Silver
Oaks. 2,500sqft,
4BR/3 1/2BA with
all the upgrades.
$398,500.
4008 Randi Rd., just
off Mt.Olive Rd..
4BR/2BA on one
acre, 1,984sqft.
$298,500.
Randi Rd., Just off
Mt.Olive Rd.,
3BR/2BA 1,585sqft
$220,000.
Sue Circle just off
Mt.Olive Rd.
1,585sqft, 3BR/2BA
$220,000


Beach Realty


Your Crestview
Connection


NEW CONSTRUCTION LISTING! Beautiful
48R/38A home located south of 1-10 in the new subdivision of Fox
Valley. Standard features include fireplace, tray ceiling in MB,
fully sodded lot, sprinkler system, walk-in closets with many
more amenities. $365,000 #405508
OWNER SAYS SELL! Nicely wooded and level 4.98 acre
parcel. Excellent building lot as land is high & dry.
$120,000 #408167
REDUCED! Very roomy 2-Story home located off the 101
fairway of Foxwood Country Club. Excellent home for a large
family. Home located on cul-de-sac. $309,000 #403817
EXCELLENT LOT just under I acre in size. Lot has been
surveyed & cleared. All engineering work including traffic survey,
perk test, & storm management/drainage has been accomplished.
Ready to submit for permitting.. Property has new bill board on
front end. $420,000 #402007 (00 Beal Parkway Ext N)
Grace Ruud -
Papadopoulo&r

Cell:(850) 902-1861
markos96@earthlink.net
www.gracepapa.com

S Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
wP| elican 620 S Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
Real e t || www.pelicanproperty.com


FOR SALE BY OWNER

RASCAL
CONVENT
SCOOTER
600-T
RACK 'N'
ROLL
Shopper upgrade package. NEW. Paid:
$5,368. Asking: $3,500 (850) 689-6639


452 456
Apartments For Homes
Rent


456
Homes
COLDWELL
BANKER JME
REALTY
117 COURTHOUSE
TERRACE
CRESTVIEW FL.
32536
850-689-1515-OR
682-5922
Equal Housing Op-
portunity
4832 Hwy 2 Laurel
Hill 2 bed/1 bath
$500.
5332 Vernon Taylor-
Baker 2 bed/1 bath
$525.
218 Virginia St. 2
bed/ 1.5 bath $675.
105 Mill Stone CV 3
bed/ 2 bath $925.
1643 Dads Rd. -
Baker 3 bed/ 2 bath
$1200.- Horse al-
lowed, 9 acres
1008 Shoal River 3
bed/2.5 bath $1375.
353 Riverchase
Blvd. 3 bed/2 bath
$1475.
for further informa-
tion visit www. emer-
aldcoasthomeson-
line.com .
FOR LEASE with
option to buy
2BR/1BA 1,200
sq/ft on 3/4 acre cor-
ner lot. $1,100. per
month 3310 Auburn
Rd. Available in No-
vember 682-0791


SCommercial & Res- 458
CRESTVIEW INN idential Property: Land
Motel $40 daily 682-2735
$200 weekly NEW REMODELED HOUSE FOR rent 3
Furnishedefficiency house for rent 3 bd. bed, 1 bath on
S$225 weekly682- 2 ba, garage and view. Behind Cen-
S4466 work shop on Large trial Baptist Church.
lot NO smoking NO C t r Bpi C
I ton e8i apnineao I I et.r$5t 950.00m De-Call 682-0077.,eave
-posit -$1 ,100 'moth- "message.
... "- 1 .yr. lease, lawn
WT, care included Ready 460Mobil Homes
'1 10-01-05 585-1574


American Realty of
Northwest Florida, Inc.


3br/2b/3cg home in Rolling Hills Estates.
New home built 2005. Exquisite
upgrades & extras. Ready to move in &
decorate for the holidays! $215,000. File
#227002
9AM Call Lynda Hecht
mom Cell: 642-7235
ER -A Office: 682-4822



I^HN'1MA


Locatea at owo SroenLane in m restview, ntis Country
Classic home is tiled throughout. Completely remodeled
with a large fireplace as you walk in the extra large living
room. Very open Living & dining room. Galley kitchen with
electric smooth top range, upgraded dishwasher and 2
door refrigerator. Split bedroom design with all bedrooms
having ceiling fans. Utility area with electric water heater
and washer/dryer hookup. Second Bath has an extra large
stand up tile showertile flooring, and pedestal sink Extra
large bedrooms in this beautifid home with one having a
sitting room. Masterbath has separate large 5'k3'3" tiled
shower, high neck faucets, and separate tub and
watercloset area. Florida room is heated and cooled, with
carpeting. Large approx.1 acre corner lot with outdoor
storage building. MLS #409663m $238,000




REALTY
& INVESTMENT INC.
683-9693


1096 S. Wilson St.
2/1 $500.
332 John King Rdl.
3/2 $875.
2993 Windsor Cir.
3/2 $875.
115 Mill Pond CV.
3/2 $895.
315 John King Rd.
3/2 $900.
296 Oakview Place
3/2 $950. 4744
Young Road 4/2
$1000. 264 Lime-
.stone Cir. 3/2 $1100
3033 Cabela Lane
3/2 $1175
39 Regent RD. 3/2
$1350. 343 Powell
Dr. 3/3 $1500.
2133 Hagood LP.
4/3 $1650
2121 Hagood. Lp.
4/3 $1700. 4088 Big
Buck Tr. 4/2 $1700.
ERA American
Realty of
Northwest Fl. Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 Equal
Housing Opp.
2002 CUSTOM
Country Home 3/2
garage North Crest-
view $1200 rent/ de-
posit NO smoking 1
yr. lease. 865-2593
3BD / 1BA fenced
yard, C/H & A
downtown Crest-
view 259-4513 day-
time, 652-3566 eve-
nings $700. month
plus security deposit
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days 682-
5533 night, & week-
ends 652-2553.
4 BD. 2 ba. 2834
Atoka Tr. $1,600
month, $1,500. DD
available immediate-
ly Call 689-2975


3BR/2BA MOBILE
Home for rent on 1
acre lot in Holt area
Dep. Ref. (850)537-
,6222 or (850)499-
7412
MOBILE HOMES
2 & 3-Bedroom units
in quiet park. Con-
venient to shopping
and schools. No
pets. 585-8192
NEW LARGE mod-
ern mobile on pri-
vate lot. Paved
r o a d
Split floor plan, large
master with private
garden tub and
b a t h .
3/bd/2ba. Close to
town. No Smokers
or pets. 1 year
lease, $750. month,
1st and last security
850-758-1540

462
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
In new large home,
rent includes cable
TV. laundry, tele-
phone,large room
with private bath.
$125. wk. 850-537-
9258
SHARE HOUSE, 1
small room with pri-
vate entrance,
$95.00 week in-
cludes, phone, ca-
ble, laundry, Kitch-
en, privileges. Call
537-9258





A SAT
FO SLE


556
Homes
1/2 ACRE CORNER
LOT 2/Ba 2/Bd.
Brick home, fenced
back yard, new car-
pet, tile, kitchen cab-
inets, also includes
side by side refriger-
ator washer & dryer.
$189,000 Call 682-
8566 leave mes-
sage.
3 BD / 2 BA new to
the area on 1.7
acres north Crest-
view Call for price
Ask for Glen Exit
Realty 850-836-
5647
3 PLUS acres off
Auburn Rd. Crest-
view with 2 homes
priced to sell, 1-321-
277-4538, 682-
5075.
4 BD / 2 BA
2834 Atoka Trail
available immediate-
ly $235,000. Call
Barbara @ 682-
0791
4 HOMES FOR
SALE
Auburn 3/2 fully ren-
ovated on 1 acre.*
$174,900.
Dads Rd. 3/2 on 3
acres $257,000.
Dorcas area 3/2 mo-
bile on 4 acres
$159,000.
Golden Acres 3/2
mobile on 1 acre
$68,000.
Rick Epperson
Tom Fuqua Realty,
Inc. 850 865-7777
FOR SALE
2BR/1BA 1,200 sq-ft
on 3/4 acre comer
lot $175,000. 3310
Auburn Rd 682--
0791

American
Realty of
Northwest
Florida, Inc.

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PROPERTIES
ESCAMBIA FARMS




10 acres, -cleared &
ready to build with 800'
rd frontage on Hwy 189.
$150,000 File#26317


Bring your horses to this
cleared & ready to build
12 acre property located
on Hwy C-180.
$150,000 File #26478
Call Lynda Hecht
lil Cell: 642-7235
ERV Office: 682-4822

LAKE FRONT Brick
Home. 3 bd. 2 ba.
908 Anderson St.
Large Deck newly
renovated $275,000
Call 689-2975
SOUTH OF 1-10 off
John King 508 Oak
Place 3br/2ba. avail-
able now $140,000
689-4442

560
Land

BEAUTIFUL
WATERFRONT
Lot on the bay,
Freeport. Fl.
Must
sell
682-5075 or
321-277-4538


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560
Land

LAND FOR sale
Baker, 2 level lots
with large Oak
Trees, In heart of
Baker. $65,000 (for
Both lots) 537-
8531 ,after 5:00 pm

562
Mobile Homes
1996 16' x 76' 2
bath 3/bd. Mobile
home 8'x16' covered
front porch. Walk in
closet garden tub
updated $27,500.
OBO must move
Call 682-3664 or
758-5277
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Leading with Strength


806
Appliances
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.


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802
Antiques

RON'S
ANTIQUES
FURNITURE,
GLASSWARE,
CLOCKS &
CLOCK REPAIR.
Buy/Sale/ Estates
Mon. Fri, 9-5 / Sat.
9-2. 213 N. Main St.
689-1007 or 305-
2441
SAT. DEC. 3 8:30
am 401 Gil-Ava St.
Crestview Please no
shopping before
8:30. Antique Bed-
room Suite. lots of
other items.


DINING ROOM Ta-
ble with 4 chairs
$100. 682-5614
FARM STYLE din-
ing room table with 7
chairs and a Buffet
Hutch Excellent con-
dition 682-2266
FURNITURE RE-
FINISHING: Expert
refinisher with 25
years experience
needs work! Call
Mike Gill @ 652-
4375
SECTIONAL SOFA
$ 250. set of Cherry
end tables $150.,
Computer desk
$150., Cherry Ar-
moire all wood $600.
Call 682-1689

WOOD BUNKBEDS
built in dresser and
desk, $275.OBO 14'
trampoline $125.
OBO 830-0511


814
Furniture

TABLES CHAIRS
nite stands, creden-
za,bed frames 30
pcs. of each, $5.00 /
$10.00 per pce.
Crestview Inn 682-
4466

816
Jewelry

WE BUY SCRAP
GOLD. Goldrush
Jewelry Northview
Plaza.


829
Garage Sales

110 ADAMS Drive
12-2 12-3 8 11am.
Washer and dryer
Trampoline odds
and ends.


HOME INTERIORS
AND GIFTS.
Homes and Gar-
dens, Christmas
Blow out sale,
Crestview Holiday
Inn December 3rd.
10a.m. to 2 p.m.


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f tor mfe nrst ume
820 homebuyer or retiree.
Lumber & Hardware HUGE YARD sale $175,900.00
Vintage Glassware AW s
A&M SEAMLESS Furniture baby items I
Gutter Custom fit to Christmas and tons Outstanding Anw.,
your home. Minor more. Sat 7:00 until? DO~oanineResilt',
home repair, rea- At Precision Body
sonable prices 850- Shop.
758-1964/850-683- TUPPERWARE
3079 NEW Catalog, Agency One, Inc.

822 monthly special fund 682-8309 or 678-8919
Musical raiser. Replacement To llFree(800) 239-8309
Instruments order. Call Jackie 301 S.Ferdon Blvd.
682-4305. Crestview, FL 32536
EACHOFFICE
THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. DEPENDEOMY OWNED
yard sale Collecta- 12-2&3 2896 Sec- eoe.Acom
ble plates in original ond Ave. NE be-
boxes,Teacups, old- tween Farmer and
er style costume Valley. Booksurni-
"jewelry; '"`'t "beds. 'ture, ...g aISwae"' h830 O ,,fri
wide array of items. kitchen .thingsJots Miscetlaneoase1
8:00 am Saturday, misc. Childs rolltori For Sale
Dec. 3rd. 2991 Still- desk Cancel if rain
well Blvd. starts 8:00-till?
828
Electronics Miscellane 830 MILITARY surplus
Stereo-TV-VCR Miscellaneous and self defense
For Sale outlet open on Fri-
SATELLITE FOR SALE 5550 day this weekend, at
SATELLITEvd watt Troy built gen- the Crestview Flea
Fac5 to. Fauthrized erator $600. OBO Market 9 to 4., We
Factory authorizedcall 652-26116 now have bigger se-
T.V. & VCR Repair call 652-26116 election for Christmas
for Zenith, RCA, GE, MUST SELL antique Season and Mink
Phillips, Magnavox player piano and Blankets at Whole,
Sharp & Emerson. massage table 682- sale Price for -the
We buy working and 5075/321-277-4538 women. See us-on.'
non-working Direct 1st isle next to
TV receivers. 682- SET OF 4 Goodrich 1st isle next to
4831 tires 265-70-R17 Lowes.
300 Miles $400. or
OBO 537-9606 RECYCLE


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829
Garage Sales

90 E to 393, 66 Che-
vy, 70 Maverick, fur-
niture, Clothes
plants Bikes,Tur-
keys, 5429 North-
wood Rd. 8 till 2 Fri.
& Sat.,
GARAGE SALE 2
family, Dec 2, 8:30
until? Corner of
Hickory and Mayhair
off Aubrun Rd. Baby
things stroller nice
glassware everything
priced to sell.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. Dec. 3, 8:00
am, Furniture,
clothes, dishes,,
king size mattress
box springs, brand
new $300. 254 Pan-
ama Dr. Crestview
826-1206


We Will Sell Your Home for Only $2,9951
COMPARE COMMISSIONS, If You Sell Your Home For.
Sale *6% $2,995 Savings
Price Commission Direct to Buyer to You
$125,000 $7,500 $2,995 $4,505
$200,000 $12,000 $2,995 $9,005
$275,000 $16,500 $2,995 $13,505

Call 423-0700 To Find Out
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RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-28441!!

812
706 Farm Equipment
Livestock Supplies MASSEY FERGU-
PERENNIAL PEA- SON tractor with
NUT hay for horses front end loader
and goats $5.00 per 4WD $4,500. OBO
bale (850) 834-3881 834-3171
814
ROUND BALE Furniture
HAY for sale. 'Fert.
& kept Dry, Baker 1 CHERRY Sleigh
Fl. All cut this sum- Bed, Brand new,
mer $20.00/ must sell $295. Can
bale 850-582-1054 deliver. 850 -

4 POSTER Bed-
...-
..,.. ,... oo f "'Set:.-"NEW,"
Pets Bed, Armoire, dress-
er,. Mirror, Night
CKC REGISTERED Stand, Can Deliver.
Jack Russel, female, Store Price $5K;
9 mos. old House Must Sell $1,900
broken all shots.& Call Bekah At 850-
spayed. 682-1189 642-0153
FOR SALE Long AAA MATTRESS
Haired Chihuahua *Distributor Over-
puppies, shots $200. stock* Queen Pillow
689-8997 / 689- top. Set-Retail $850.
6640 Sell $225. King pil-
FOR SALE Parrot low top Set- Retail
FOR SALE Parrot $1050- Sell $325.
African Grey male NASA .Memory
cage and two extra Foam Set Retail
stands included $1800-Sell $ 650..
price $950. 689- New W / Warranty in
3903 plastic. Can Deliver
(850) 642-0153
BEDROOM SLEIGH
bed, dresser, mirror,
chest, ,nightstand,
New in Boxes, Sac-
rifice $750. Can De-
liver Call 850-642-
0153


1. Reyes Construction

"If you need it built,

I'm the guy!"


689-2S86 or


305-6037
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Licensed
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DESIGN TECHNICIAN
CHELCO, an electric cooperative
located in DeFuniak Springs, is
Accepting applications for a Design
Technician. A high school diploma
or equivalent required and 7 years
directly related experience; or, an
Associates Degree and 3 years
directly related experience; or,
A Touchstone EnergyCooperative Bachelor's Degree and 2 years
A Touchstone EnergyCoopertive directly related experience.
Training or experience in the electrical field and consumer relations
desirable. Experience in electrical line construction or electrical line
design can be substituted for education. Applicant must have valid dri-
ver's license, be computer literate and have experience with Microsoft
Office programs including Word and Excel. Job duties include draw-
ing staking sheets, field work/staking, checking for compliance with
National Electrical Safety Code, and determining, transformer and
conductor size for services. Some strenuous physical exertion such as
walking over rough terrain; standing, stooping, climbing or walking;
lifting items weighing between 25 and 75 pounds and occasional lift-
ing of objects weighing in excess of 75 pounds. The work may require
specific physical characteristics and abilities such as heightened
strength, mobility, dexterity and full range of motion. Applicant must
be able to prioritize and complete tasks in order to deliver desired out-
comes within allotted time frames.

Applications will be accepted through December 14 at CHELCO's
DeFuniak Springs office. The application can be accessed on-line at
www.chelco.com, click on the employment link to complete and sub-
mit, or pick up an application at any CHELCO office and return to:
CHELCO, Human Resources, P.O. Box 512, DeFuniak Springs, FL
32435, FAX #850-951-2302. RESUMES ACCEPTED ONLY IF
ATTACHED TO APPLICATION. Drug Free Workplace EEO M/F


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Lovely 4 bdrm 2.5 bath
in No Cview on almost
an acre lot. Beautiful
azaleas, Ig oak trees on
the outside and many
extras on the inside.
Very warm and inviting
home. Will be a dream
come true for a lucky
family. $380,000.00

Desirably located
charming brick home
on the lth fairway.
Beautifully decorated,
frpl, covered deck,
central vacuum,
irrigation well with
sprinkler system. Well
maintained inside and
out. $319,900.00
******* ****+*1**
Want to live on the
lake? This is the home
for you. 5 bdrm 3 bath
home with private dock
for that fisherman in
the family. Open deck
and screened in porch
makes it great for
outdoor entertaining.
$299,000.00
Country living but still
in the city? 4 bdrm 2
bath home on
approximately 1.11 ac
lot in quiet
neighborhood. All
appliances convey with
property. Fireplace,
insulated windows and
2 workshops.
$298,000.00

PRICE JUST
REDUCED! 4 bdrm 2
bath home is absolutely
exquisite. Lg mstr suite
with 2 walk-in closets,
separate laundry/utility
rm, open patio, central
location. Don't miss
this gem! $247,500.00

THIS IS IT! Comer lot,
two car garage, fenced
in yard, open floor
plan, fireplace. What
more could you need?
Great location and great
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PIANO $200. Gas
stove $150. com-
plete 3 ton A/C and
gas fumace system
$500. 682-6181


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*50 Acres Zoned Low Density Residential- Baker
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*150 Acres Zoned Rural Residential- Crestvnew
*172 Acres Zoned AG Baker
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* 223 Acres Zoned Rural Residential Crestew
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*179 Acres Zoned Rural Residential- Baker
,141 Acres E 1 I l- Crestew


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Miscellaneous
For Sale


V
305 Cigarettes
$13.99 per carton
or $1.60 per pack
Romy cigarettes
$12.99 per carton
or $1.50 per pack.
Billy's What Nots
6056 Hwy 85 N.
Crestview
682-0290
Hours
Monday through
Saturday
9AM until 5PM
Closed on Sunday


WHATS- IT-SHOP
HWY 85 NORTH
LAUREL HILL
A
SPECIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
Christmas has ar-
rived. Beautiful ar-
rangements for
home & Ce-
meteary, also new
shipment of ce-
ment cows, calfs,
pigs, deer &
benches. Gift
ideas throughout
the shop. You are
invited to shop
with us. Hrs. 10-5
Mon., Thur,
FRi.Sat.10-5 652-
2599


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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
COMPLETE OLD-
ER Kitchen cabinets
including sink and
separate oven and
countertop top burn-
er. Call 682- 7556 or
651-6663
ELEC. JAZZY
wheel chair, Brand
new never used,
$2,500. 682-0011/
259-6998


902
Auto Supplies
CCE SET of
Chrome Hydraulics
$1000. OBO 850-
259-2691 / 850-259-
9839


904
Cars
1999 HYUNDAI Ti-
buron $ 3,000. OBO
Auto sunroof 81,500
miles black,cold A/C
683-1635/ 546-0755
905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
14' RIVER BOAT
25 horse Evinrude
with Trailer $1000.
537-5938
FOR SALE Kayak
typhoon 12 ft. $300.'
689-3903
918
Trucks

1986 DODGE D-
150 Work Truck.
Rebuilt motor.
45,000 miles LWB
$2,850. OBO 689-
8658, 758-0662


918
Trucks
2001 CHEVROLET
Tahoe LS. Leather,
PW, PS, towing
package $13,500.
OBO 1991 Nissan
extended cab pickup
$2300. OBO 834-
3171 Leave mes-
sage.
95 NISSAN 4x4 XE
asking $3500 Call
537-8838
97 FORD Ranger
custom $5,000.
OBO 850-259-2691
/ 850-259-9839
FOR SALE 1998
Mazda B2500 Truck
Regular Cab, SE
looks and runs great
$5,250. 682-9108
BEAUTIFUL
WATERFRONT
Lot on the
bay,
Freeport. Fl.
MUST
SELL
682-5075 or
321-277-4538


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Towing Manager
(850)423-0691
Cell
(850)546-0897
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DEVELOPMENT
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126 Acres of
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Residential
Development
Homes -
56 Acres of
Multi-Family
Homes.
Crestview


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Appraised at $2,015,000
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