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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
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Creation Date: January 4, 2006
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Teacher has something to say outside the classroom


Adam Duckworth is an elementary school
teacher by day; but at night, he storyboards his
future as an independent filmmaker.


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
Most of Adam Duckworth's
fellow school teachers know his
short film, "Imperfect," inside
and out, even if they've never
seen it.
After all, the 24-year-old
fifth-grade Social Studies
teacher at Southside Elementary
School can't stop talking about
his hobby as an independent
filmmaker.
Duckworth recently complet-
ed the brief, eight-minute film
about a young guy who doesn't
take chances.


The character, played by
Chris Dunkle, a Pensacola resi-
dent and friend of Duckworth's,
comes to a crossroads; he has a
choice to either sit back on a
couch and let life pass him by or
take a risk. Dunkle's character
decides against taking the risk.
If you're expecting to see a
film with lightning fast car chas-
es, explosive gun battles or over-
stylized special effects, don't
steer your Internet browser into
www.runrisx.com.
This is more of an art film,
Duckworth explains.
"It's more emotionally dri-
ven, not so much plot driven,"


he says.
Though the film ends some-
what anticlimactically,
Duckworth says that he made it
because he was curious about
how he would respond if given
the opportunity to take a risk.
"I was going through some
personal struggles," he says. "I
decided to make this film to see
what would happen if I didn't
take a risk. This film has become
the anti-statement on my philos-
ophy of life."
While Duckworth wrote and
directed the film, and Dunkle
acted, he also enlisted the aid of
other local aspiring filmmakers.
Lori Williams is another
character in the film and Derek
LaPorte used his camera, a
Cannon GL, the same camera
used to make the stylized horror
film "28 Days Later."


Duckworth says that he
would give the film a PG-13 rat-
ing, not because of any offensive
content, but because the subject
matter might be a little too deep
for someone under 13. The film
does contain a few interspersed
scenes where Dunkle and
Williams' characters kiss.
"I think kids under 13 would
take the film out of context," he
says.
Actually, he thinks a lot of
people might.
While the film is about a guy
who is afraid to take a risk,
specifically one involving a rela-
tionship with a girl, Duckworth
bookends it with Biblical refer-
ences.
The first is made at the begin-
ning of the film; the hum of
See FILMS, page 5A


Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Adam Duckworth sits at his desk, where he edits film footage
and drafts story ideas. Duckworth is a full-time fifth grade social:
studies teacher at Southside Elementary School.


Conner

talks about

city's plans

for future

Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent
Crestview City Council President
Ellis Conner feels that the city is
going-tocontinue to grow at its cur-
rent pace of a
little over
2,000 people
'" per year and
that the city is
working very
hard to keep
A the infrastruc-
ture in place
to keep the
quality and
quantity of
CONNER services that
they would
like to provide for existing residents
and all of those that are coming into
the city.
During an interview with the
News Bulletin Conner, cited several
major areas of work the Council has
underway to deal with the popula-
tion growth.
"We are working with an
upgrade to our waste water treat-
ment plant that will increase the
capacity by 100 percent," Conner
said. "We have an additional water
well and an elevated storage tank
that we will try to go out for bids
during this coming year 2006. We
are experiencing a problem with
traffic that it's too difficult for the
City manage on its own."
Conner said the city looking to
get help from the State of Florida,
through the TPO, and joint partici-
pation with Okaloosa County to
connect up inter-connectors which
would allow local residents alter-
nate routes to move about town and
stay off of the crowded State Road
85.
The Crestview City Council will
hold a workshop at 3:30 p.m. on Jan.
16.
"This will be very important for
the council members to discuss our
various utilities needs regarding
prioritizing our projects for the com-
ing year," Conner said. "I suspect
that the wastewater treatment plant
and traffic will be, the two top prior-
ities. We will discuss the feelings of
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Shay Lee (left) and Anthony Rowan smile for the camera just hours after their son, Isaac Ivan Rowan, was born. The
9-pound, 2-ounce boy was the first child born in north Okaloosa in 2006. He arrived at 4:21 a.m. on Jan. 1.

Isaac Ivan Rowan is Crestview's first born of new year
Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter .

Father Time may have started 2006 at the stroke of mid- I' .
night for everyone else, but for Isaac Ivan Rowan 2006 start-
ed right at 4:21 a.m., Jan. 1.
The healthy 9-pound, 2-ounce bundle of joy was the first
baby born in Crestview in 2006.
Isaac's parents, Shay Lee and Anthony Rowan, spent New
Year's Eve watching the ball in Times Square drop from their
comfy birthing room at the North Okaloosa Medical Center.
"Isaac was supposed to be born on Christmas Day," said
the baby's mother, comfortably sitting up in her hospital bed -
with Isaac sleeping on her chest.
Anthony Rowan said he could not think of a better way to
bring in the new year.
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think of a better reason," said Rowan.
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Ke n Nielsen
News; Bulletin. Reporter
The Auburn Water System Inc.
announced that it has hired a new
general manager.
Joe Conover officially began his
duties Tuesday. He replaces Paul
Reese, who resigned last November.
Conover brings with him over 27
years' experience in the wastewater
and water treatment field.
"We're just expecting him to
work right in," said Auburn Water
Board president Bill Bailey. "He has
a great personality and seems to
work well with everyone. His waste-
water experience alone is a big plus
for us. As you know we have a lot of
developers showing interest in
sewer for their subdivisions," Bailey
said.
Conover has worked in just
about every phase and level of water
treatment.
"I grew up next to the Maple
Shade, N.J. water plant. When I was
19, I put in an application and got
hired," said Conover. "I began in
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Miss Katherine's dance studio on the move


Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
For over 30 years, Katharine
Flemming has touched not only
the hearts and minds of hun-
dreds of area children, but their
feet too.
A sort of contemporary Pied
Piper, Flemming's energy, talent
and motherly personality has
drawn generations of young girls
to strap on their dancing shoes
and follow her to the stage.
"I have the grandchildren of
past students in my class this
year," said Flemming with a
sheepish grin, hopping I won't
reveal her age.
On Monday, Miss Katharine,
as three generations of dance stu-
dents have respectively called
her, opened her new 2,200-
square-foot studio on Highway
90 across from the Coach and
Four Restaurant.
It's quite an improvement
from her first studio, which she
opened in 1976.
"I started with 15 children on
Saturday afternoons in the back
of the VFW Hall across from
Twin Hills Park," recalls
Flemming. "I thought I was big
time." /;
As the first few months went
by, the number of students grew
and she had to repeatedly find
larger facilities.
In the fall of 1976 she moved
into the facility on Main Street
that became her home for the
next 30 years.
"I never plan anything," said
Flemming. "I just wanted to
dance and share that experience
with others. I had no idea that it
would grow over the years like it
has."
With over 300 students this
year, her largest enrollment ever,
she knew she had to find another
location.


Ken NielsenThe News Bulletin
Katarine Flemming, right, and her daughter Tracy McDonough, sift
through boxes of dance items as they unpack for the grand open-
ing of their new studio on Monday. Monday will mark 30 years that
Flemming has brought dance into the life of local boys and girls.


"We have a waiting list of
children wanting to come and
dance," Flemming said.
"The memories of Main Street
will be something I will always
treasure. Three generations of
dancers were nurtured here,"
said Flemming as if referring to
hallowed ground.
Flemming said her favorite
thing about the studio is coming
to work with the 3-5 year olds.
"I call them my babies
because they are. This isn't a
dance studio, really. It's a dance
family."
Jennifer Wilson has been part
of that family for 30 years. She
began dancing with Flemming
when she was in the second
grade at Southside Elementary,
in 1976, and continued through
her senior year at Crestview
High School.
"I remember the trips we
made, the slumber parties that
Miss Katharine would let us have
in the studio, and the friends I
made," said Wilson.
Now Wilson's daughter,
Danielle Thornton, 17, is begin-
ning her 13th year with


Flemming.
"We've come full circle, said
Wilson. "I always looked for-
ward to going to dance class and
Danielle is just the same, if not
more so. She is at the studio five-
six days a week."
Wilson said that its
Flemming's dedication, profes-
sionalism, and love for dance
that has impressed her over the
years.
"Everything that we teach is
geared for children," Flemming
said. So much of what you see
dance studios teaching kids
today I don't think is appropriate
for young people." Her integrity
is something that Flemming says
will never change.
"I have parents who have had
their children in other programs
leave those programs and bring
them here because they felt what
they were doing elsewhere was a
little risque'.
"We do hip-hop dances but
nothing like what we've seen
other dance schools do at compe-
titions we attend," explained
Thorton.
Flemmimg's students have


performed all over the United
States, including-numerous per-
formances for Disney at the
Magic Kingdom and on their Big
Red Boat.
"Disney is very picky about
who they invite to perform for
them. They have to see every
routine to make sure that they
were family appropriate. They
have invited us back many times
because they know what we
bring is suitable for the family,"
said Flemming.
She began dancing when she
was five years old. Her life long
dream was to dance with the
New York City's Radio City
Rockettes. While with her stu-
dents on a recent performance
tour in New York City, Flemming
had an opportunity to go back
stage at Radio City Music Hall
where the Rockettes perform.


"I went backstage and there
was a height chart that you have
to measure up to before you can
even be considered for the
Rockettes. I stood up against the
chart and pretended like I was
tall enough, but actually I was
like two inches to short,"
Flemming said with a hint of dis-
appointment.
Her daughter, Tracy,
McDonough grew up in the stu-
dio. Though she has been a
kindergarten teacher at
Kenwood Elementary for the
past 15 years, she still finds her-
self in the dance studio everyday
after school.
"I can't not be here. It's in my
blood. That's why I can teach
school all day and then come
here and teach dance for 4-5
hours."
Her eight-year-old daughter


Alyssa is now following in her
mother's and grandmother's
dance steps.
"It's so much fun to see her
grow, experience and enjoy what
Mom and I have," said
McDonough. "Alyssa likes to tell
people this is her studio, and one
day that dream may come true."
McDonough says she antici-
pates leaving public school edu-
cation one day and taking over
the family business.
"I'm sure that one day when
Mother gets ready to retire
Alyssa and I will continue the
family tradition," McDonough
said. "But Mom's not ready to
retire just yet."
Flemming said she looks for-
ward to the day when Tracy can
do all of the hard work, and she
can just work the front desk and
of course, dance with her babies.


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The "World's Fair band reunion committee" met for breakfast at Cracker Barrel last
Wednesday. In 1964, the Crestview High School band took a train to the World's Fair
in New York City, where they played at the Florida Pavilion. Some of the students
who went on that trip met to organize a reunion. On the right side of the table are
Mary Brooks (a chaperone on the trip) and Angela Campbell-Bradley. On the left side
are Sonny Tate, Palmyra Arzaga and Karen Smith-Cruise. If you were in the World's
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It was 53 years ago today
that Hank Williams was laid to
rest.
It was a Sunday. The
Municipal Auditorium in
Montgomery swelled beyond
capacity, with 2,750 mourners
present. Another 15,000 to
20,000 people hung around out-
side, hoping to get a glimpse of
the Wilbert Continental casket
as the police and the fire depart-
ment escorted the cortege to the
Oakwood Cemetery Annex.
The life of the Drifting
Cowboy was brief. At 25, he
was a superstar. At 29, he was
dead.
Though his career was brief
and his bedeviled life is still an
enigmatic knot of wonder,
Williams is considered the
father of contemporary country
music. .
"Contemporary" is word
that means "current" or "mod-
em." I think "current" is just
another way of saying tempo-
rary. What's current today will
be old news tomorrow.
"Timeless" is a more fitting
word, I think.
I'm not sure if I'd be up for
the task, but you could write a
book about Williams' life. There
are some good ones to choose
from, including Hank Williams:
The Biography, by Colin Escott.
If I could do anything, I'd
point to his relevance, not only
as an artist, but also as a song-
writer whose very soul seemed
to live in two different worlds.
The hiss of vipers whispered in
one ear, while doves' wings
fanned away the flames of hell.
I think northwest Florida has
a small connection to Williams'
life.
First, he was born on Sept.
17, 1923 in Mount Olive, Ala., a
small speck that can't be found
on most maps. Mount Olive is
just west of Georgiana, Ala. The
locale was dotted with a hand-
ful of sharecropper shacks that
were strung along like seeds
baking on the surface of
cracked, sunburned day.'


Adam
Ziglar


When he was eight years
old, his mother gave him a gui-
tar. He got his musical educa-
tion from a street blues singer in
Georgiana named Rufus "Tee
Tot" Payne. Though Williams
sang country music, the blues
remained a steady undercur-
rent, especially as his lyrical
skeletons began to exit from
closets that could have shared
space with those of other tor-
tured blues artists like Robert
Johnson.
In 1937, his mother's board-
ing house business moved from
Greenville to Montgomery.
While there, he formed the
Drifting Cowboys band. The
band played concerts at small
honky tonks across south-cen-
tral Alabama, including
Georgiana, Fort Deposit,
Greenville, Opp, Andalusia and
Montgomery.
In the early 1940s, Williams "
befriended a man named
"Pappy" Neal McCormick.
McCormick was a native of
Wing, Ala., just across the
Okaloosa County line in
Covington County.
He was the bandleader of
the Pensacola-based troupe that
was variously known as the
Barn Dance Troubadours or the
Hawaiian Troubadours.
When Williams and his wife
Audrey's marriage reached its
boiling point, he would retreat
to McCormick's place of
employment, the San Carlos
Hotel, which sits in the heart of
downtown Pensacola at the cor-
ner of Garden and Palafox
Streets.
There, he would drink away
his blues, probably hoping that


with each drink he'd wake up
the next morning and things
would be different. They never
were.
His fame was spurred on by
several big hits, including
"Lovesick Blues," which sat at
the No. 1 spot on the country
charts for 16 weeks. As his pop-
ularity grew, so did his inner
turmoil.
Williams could never beat off
his demons. He was raised
singing gospel music, and many
of his stories and songs were
threaded with cords of charity,
salvation and hope. However, in
the end, it was the uncontrol-
lable allure of addiction, pseu-
do-prescribed medications and
physical pain that killed.him.
On Jan. 1, 1953, he was
found dead in the back seat of
his convertible Cadillac while
traveling through West Virginia.
He was on his way to play a
show in Canton, Ohio that day.
It's hard for me to separate
the legend from the truth. After
all, he inspired so much music:
Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Uncle
Tupelo, Ryan Adams and a host
of others continue to pay tribute
to his legacy. You'd be hard
pressed to find someone that
dismisses his role as the con-
summate purveyor of honesty,
the threshing of heart and soul
on the altar of human experi-
ence.
Ironically, right after he died,
his song "I'll Never Get Out of
This World Alive" reached No. 1.
Though he wasn't around to
reap the rewards, 1953 was a
good year. He had other big
hits, including "Your Cheatin'
Heart," and "Take These Chains
' From My Heart."
It's not my place to say, but I
think God removed him from
his crippled life, and I thought
he should be remembered this
day, some 53 years later.

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the council to get the FDOT to really like to see that benefit our Office.
agree with the TPO and hope- downtown area, our CRA. We Public Works Director Junior
fully Okaloosa County to sup- can offer these higher densities Cox is currently working with
port a study by the Florida to help dean up some of our the county to open up a route to
Turnpike Enterprise to come in slum and blighted areas. I recog- connect Ruby Lane over to the
and evalti8\eether dr not iW\1Sze that we ha'NtN e. I ~M~d1al Drive areas that peo- I
fehsibleqfor them toJ eohnstuct a ... .,'ts vay, difficult to deal ,:p,.willhaYv nalteriate wgy,t
by-pass around Crestview. with "those through code get off of Brookemeade and go
"This doesn't take away from enforcement. I would like the to Wal-mart and stay off State
the existing by-pass which is city to offer some incentives to Road 85.
planned for the next 15 or 18 developers to come into the "It's OK to use your ad val-
years through the normal plan- main core the old part of down- orem tax to pay for some ser-
ning process of the TPO." town with high densities there- vices such as police and fire,"
Conner said that after attend- by attracting business down- Conner said. "That system has
ing a presentation in the council town getting people downtown, worked well. It's a kind of pay
chambers in December from the which would open up opportu- as you go system. We've had a
FDOT and FTE, "My perspec- nity for existing businesses. I see windfall of ad valorem taxes
tive of the meeting was that it is this as a key to revitalizing and because of the number of new
the most viable and expedient redeveloping downtown." homes and the value of the new
process to get work moving for- One of the ways some other homes coming in.
ward on a Crestview By-pass in cities in Okaloosa County have "Our tax base has significant-
a reasonable time frame. funded infrastructure costs is ly increased. And as time goes
"We're going to see an influx through the use of impact fees. on we will be generating signifi-
related to BRAC. We're expect- Conner is not a big fan of impact cantly more property taxes to
ing 75-80 percent of the impact fees. help pay for these other essen-
to be in north Okaloosa County, "At this time the City df tial services and not necessarily
that's what we're planning for. Crestview assesses two impact assess an impact fee."
And all of that will impact the fees, one is for potable water Conner agrees that Crestview
City of Crestview 100 percent and the other is the wastewater has become a suburb type of
because all of the goods and ser- treatment plant," he said. city.
vices the shopping the restau- "Wastewater treatment plant "Over the past 15 years
rants, all the conveniences that expansions are significantly Crestview has become a bed-
go along with growth will more expensive than potable room community," he said. "I
impact Crestview." water expansions. We are going acknowledge, and our city
.The Okaloosa County to increase the capacity of our council acknowledges that our
'Commission and the League of plant and upgrade the facility. main industry in Crestview has
Cities representatives are work- We're looking at about $8.5 mil- been providing homes for those
ing out the details of a proposed lion for that upgrade., people who are employed out-
1cent local sales tax issue to be "We are going to pay for the side of the City of Crestview.
used for roads and storm water upgrade of that facility with "They live in Crestview and
work. impact fees. We recently adjust- work in other locations. We have
"The city has identified at ed our impact fees about a year done a good job of providing
least four inter-connectors that ago for potable water and affordable and luxury homes for
we would like to be able to uti- wastewater to make an assess- new residents. With that comes
lize the one cent sales tax to ment to new development that some problems related to
complete," Conner said. "The will pay for the upgrade. We growth but we're taking them
projects would include will be considering other impact head-on we're not backing up
Raspberry Road in'a westerly fees in the future. I would say from them and we're going to
direction to Arena Road, Arena that the next one in line is prob- get our county and state and
Road to Martin Luther King, ably a more reasonable recre- federal officials involved in our
connecting Duggan Avenue to ation assessment. We have a problem and ask them to help
the west to tie into Arena Road, recreation assessment at this solve our problem as it relates to
and we're looking at a connector time but its not enough to make our traffic congestion. We can't
from the area of the 4-story med- a major impact relating to the solve it alone."
ical facility down to the Flea new growth coming into our The level of cooperation
Market road which would allow city." between the city and the county
people to move in a north and As to the traffic impact from is very good in Conner's opin-
south direction and stay off of new developments Conner said, ion.
State Road 85. These are some of "It's very difficult to impose a "The county understands the
the projects we've identified that traffic impact fee because we're city's problems today better
would use the one cent sales tax dealing not only with city roads than anytime they have in the
if it passes." but state and county roads. past. Because when the county
The city is in'the process of "If the City of Crestview approves a 500 home subdivi-
adopting several ordinance makes an assessment on a new sion in the north end of the
changes that will allow for high- home or a developer we would county they impact the city of
er density housing areas, even be required to use that money Crestview.
encouraging a mixture of com- for our local streets. The state "Those people are not going
mercial space on the ground won't allow the city to make to Mossy Head or Laurel Hill to
floor and residential units improvements to the state high- shop, they're coming to
(apartments, townhomes or con- way system. I see that any Crestview. So every develop-
dominiums) on the upper floors, impact fees for traffic would be ment that is approved in north
"This will also be a way to for local streets and inter-con- Okaloosa County impacts the
accomplish affordable housing nectors, side roads and side City of Crestview and specifical-
in Crestview," he said. "Some streets to keep traffic off of State ly State Road 85."


people don't want to own a
home. They are, only going to
live in our area for. a few years
while stationed in Eglin. With
our higher densities I would


Road 85."
The city and county recently
completed a joint project open-
.ing up a small segment of
Farmer Street, near the Post


Cal Zethmayr is a broadcaster
for Crestview stations WAAZ-FM
and WJSB-AM and can be contact-
ed at ckz38@cox.net


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Letters to the

Editor


Bowman Collection
Re: "Bowman's Grocery employees
raise funds for family in need", written by
Ken Nielsen, December 24, 2005.

After carefully reading this article I was
shocked to realize that Ms. Hahn the owner
of Bowman's hadn't contributed a cent of
her own money to the collection yet, her
smile was the brightest and she was center
stage in the photo.
Perhaps it was the generosity of her
employees and customers that made her so
delighted?
Larry Elliott
Holt, FL.


Breaking the rules
Dear Editor,
1 couldn't believe what I was reading
on the front page of your December 24,
2005 edition.? Such a heart-rending
picture, also, of a nice looking woman
and *a cute little dog? I could tell, by
looking at the picture, and reading the
article, that the dog wouldn't think of
biting someone or tearing up the
apartment?? And to think that the
director? of the Crestview Housing.
Authority, Mr. Sam Brunson, has the
audacity to try to evict a man and woman
who are breaking the rules, even though?
it's not the first time they've tried to
ignore the rules, and even though they
were given ample opportunity to get in
compliance, according to the article ? If I
understand the message, the man and
woman were keeping an unauthorized
dog in their apartment?? One that the
neighbors complained about.? But Mr.
Brunson was the bad guy." After repeated
warnings, they still refused to abide by
the rules, so Mr. Brunson gave them an
eviction nonce.? HOW CRUEL. to expect
someone to abide by the rules.? And at
Christmas.? Of course, it wasn't
Christmas when they were first notified
of the non-compliance, but no manttr.??
It's all Mr. Brunson's fault.
I say, "Keep up the good work,
,_Sam!" ? And I say,."MLr....E4or/Mr.
S"Publisher; why did you w-aste the front
page of yotir paper (rying'fo mike a law-
breaker seem like a saint, and a guy doing
his job seem like a bad guy?".? Surely
there are more important issues deserving
of the front page.? For example, you
could have expanded .the "Community
policing the focus of CPD" article to
show the good work our CPD is doing.?
They do so much for our community, with
very little praise.? Or you could have
written an article describing what a good
job Mr. Brunson does to keep our public
housing areas safe for the tenants who
live there.? After all, it's our tax money
paying the bill.? Or you could have
written an article, using this man and
woman as an example, explaining
why some people think the "rules" apply
to everyone except themselves.? I'll bet
any policeman, teacher, rental property
owner, or business owner could supply
you with lots of other examples. just to
make your article complete.? You could
have even written an article, with
pictures, touring/describing all the new
subdivisions being built in and: around
Crestview.? I'll bet some people would
find that interesting.
I enjoy reading your paper. but I think
you wasted space with the "Dog-gone
eviction notice" article.'??

Sincerely, Daniel A. Bowers, Sr.


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Squirming out from under term limits


By Paul Jacob

Politicians sometimes pretend that it's the people
who are in charge. But they don't want you to hold
them to it;
Consider the way so many politicians fight term
limits. Voters put them into law and then their so-
called representatives squirm to get out from under
them.
Witness the recent writhings in Nebraska.
Actually, there's a long history of anti-term-limit
squirm, there. Nebraskans have had to vote in term
limits three times, because twice the political
establishment has found ways to get rid of the limits
they despise.
Now term limits are finally taking effect. And
three termed-out solons, Ernie Chambers, Marian
L. Price, and Dennis Byars, are suing to overturn
yet another vote of the people that they are
supposed to be serving.
And what a strange suit they've brought. Much of
it hinges on the interpretation of one clause in the
term limit law. They interpret it in a new and
exciting way, a way that would force Senators out
earlier than anyone would have expected. The
Secretary of State never considered anything other
than the common sense reading of the law, but'these
senators pay no never-mind.
They are not arguing that their interpretation of
the law should be enforced, however. They are
arguing that the law should be thrown out "as a
mess."
Amusingly, their own suit is itself a mess,
bringing up idiotic and irrelevant subjects like the
state's "unique unicameral legislature." The whole
thing should be filed in the "what were they
thinking?" file.


You know, the round tubular file on the floor by
the desk.
State rep Dennis Byars has so far got the most
attention. To gain grounds for the suit, he threw his
hat in the ring. The Secretary of State threw it right
back at him. He. metaphorically crumpled his hat
under his arm and went to the courthouse.
"What this is about is the Constitution," Byars
informs us. "It's not about me."
Considering his goofy lawsuit, and its place in a
long history of beating down the majority of
Nebraskans who sincerely want and have
repeatedly demanded term limits, he should have
said, "What this is about is my eternal incumbency.
It's not about my constituents!"
We've come a long way from George
Washington, who didn't need a law to require him to
hand power back to the people. His example created
a tradition of a two-term limit on the president that,'
when broken by FDR, culminated in the 22nd
Amendment to the Constitution.
It's long past time to extend that heritage to all
legislatures in all states as well as those infamous
two in Washington, D.C.
But the country is filled with politicians very
unlike Washington, more like Byars and his fellow
hacks. Politicians who will say anything, do
anything -- including even suing the people -- in
order to keep their strangle hold on power.
We have no alternative but to keep vigilant, and
-- repeatedly, if necessary -- put them in their place.
Paul Jacob is the senior fellow at Americans for
Limited Government. You can read more of his
commentaries online at www.getliberty.org.
email: info@limitedgov.org
phone: 847-657-7251, ext. 308
web: http://getliberty.org


The "Windfall Profits" Smear


* America's oil companies have earned every penny nature of oil exploration and R&D; the need to deal
of their profits. with unstable foreign governments; the new and
shifting government regulations on exploration and
By Alex Epstein refining; the machinations of the OPEC cartel of
dictatorships.
Politicians and pundits claim that oil companies' Critics emphasize the fact that the oil companies'
recent quarter of higher profits is mostly a profits this quarter are partially due to factors that
"windfall"--which should be "given back" to society they did not anticipate or control--such as the
via a proposed $20 billion tax. As Representative massive increase in demand from China and India.
Dennis Kucinich and others say, they seek "to tax But every business venture involves factors that its
only excess profits, leaving reasonable profits leaders do not (and cannot) anticipate or control--
unaffected." Such taxation is justified because the factors that can affect it positively or negatively.
recent low supply and high demand that led to higher These factors are part of the risk that businesses
profits, expIlaipn economist Difia BTaker, "' kirid- i6fmassume Since-theN undertake the risk, they deserve
[the oil companies'] good...luck. They didn't do any losses ortewards that ric.ult In the lQo0,. the oil
anything to earn it." companies had no right to a bailout when oil
But America's oil companies have earned every unexpectedly fell below $10 a barrel. Likewise, we
penny of their profits. To characterize any portion of now have no right to seize their profits when oil
them as an unearned "windfall"--like manna dropped unexpectedly rises to over $70 a barrel.
from heaven--is a vicious smear. It is to evade what To earn a profit does not mean to be fully
is truly responsible for their profits this and every responsible for every factor that went into it; it is to
quarter: the great value they create and the take the action necessary to .create a product or
tremendous thought, effort, and risk-taking that goes service--to develop the skills, to invest the time,
into creating it. money, and effort--and to assume the risk that others
Virtually forgotten in the condemnation of oil will value one's product or service, and that one will
profits is that the great--and growing--global demand not be driven out of business by a superior
for oil reflects its great value. Producers and competitor, a new invention, etc.
consumers have been willing to pay $70 a barrel for This principle applies equally to employees as to
oil because it is worth that much to us. Oil is used by business owners. Did the many former "nerds" who
us to get quickly from point A to point B by car, made hundreds of thousands at Microsoft and
train, or jet. It is used by efficient factories overseas elsewhere not deserve their money--should they be
to produce the ever-cheaper goods we get at Wal- forced to "give" it to society (i.e., to other people)--
Mart. In the event of a natural disaster, it allows us because they had no idea that cultivating
to drive to a safer place or to generate power to begin programming skills would be so profitable? No--
a recovery. they chose to develop those skills, they staked their
The critics of oil profits take all the benefits of livelihoods on them, and their high salaries rightfully
free-flowing oil for granted--with not a word of belong to them.
acknowledgement to those who sell it to them at Given the value oil companies create and the
agreeable prices. They treat oil production as an effort and risk involved, to call their profits a
effortless, risk-less task that requires little more of "windfall" is an intellectual crime. A "windfall
oil executives than shuffling paper and watching profits" tax would punish producers for working
their coffers fill up with mega-profits. hard, taking risks, and succeeding. Nothing could be
But the continuous mass-production of oil, under more ,un-American than that. Let us drop the
all economic conditions, is a tremendous "windfall" smear, and congratulate the oil industry
achievement. Oil companies invest billions on new for a job well-done. ,
exploration projects. They construct skyscraper-high
oil rigs to extract oil from the ocean floor. They
develop new technologies like 3-D seismic surveys Alex Epstein is a junior fellow at the Ayn
or new extraction methods to get hundreds of Rand Institute in Irvine, CA. The Institute
billions of barrels of oil from sand promotes the ideas of Ayn Rand--best-selling
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Crestview police officer Matt Purvines with the community policing unit, and Crestview K9
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Fugitive captured by Crestview's

active community policing unit


Ken Nielsen
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The Crestview police department's commu-
nity-policing unit apprehended a fugitive from
the Florida Parole Commission on the night of
Dec. 27, after receiving information from citi-
zens concerned with protecting their neighbor-
hood.
James C. Wesley, who was wanted for viola-
tion of probation on the original charge of aggra-
vated assault with a deadly weapon was taken


into custody at 723 Martin Luther King Ave.
"This is just another example of citizens
working with the specialized community polic-
ing unit to keep their neighborhoods safe," said
John Cook, public information officer for the
Crestview police department. "That's what the
special units goal is," continued Cook, "To stay
visible and work with citizens to help prevent
crimes in their communities before they occur."
Since the five-man unit hit the streets in
November, they have made more than 40
arrests.


Aggravated battery arrest


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Crestview police officer Hank Bass takes Chantay Wilks, 17, of Crestview into custody
Dec. 27 after she cut another female with a 12-inch kitchen knife. When police arrived at the
scene, the wounded victim said she was cut while trying to defend herself. Wilks was
charged with aggravated battery to a person with the use of a deadly weapon.


AUBURN, from page 1A
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FILMS, from page
ocean waves swirls the film into
motion and a passage from
Romans 7:24 flashes on the
screen, "What a wretched man I
am! Who will rescue me from
this body of death?"
Dunkle's character delivers a
scratchy monologue about his
desire to take a risk, but strug-
gles with his apathy, which
keeps him on the couch.
As the story ends, his charac-
ter refers to Jesus Christ.
"I didn't want the film to be a
'Christian' film, but the idea of
what Jesus Christ did was the
ultimate risk or gamble," he
says. "Everything pales in com-
parison to that."
Duckworth was first turned


One of his proudest accom-
plishments was the three years
he spent in Alaska training the
native Eskimos in how to oper-
ate water and waste water sys-
tems.
"That is something that I will
always remember," said
Conover. "It was a great feeling
helping them out."
He has A.S. and B.S. degrees
with a major in Environmental
Science from Rutgers University,
and attended California State
University's Operator Training
Program in Water, Wastwater.
Auburn Water System, Inc.
new general manager Joseph
Conover (riglt) hit the ground
running his first day on the
job. He and office manager
Joan Wilson look over one of
one of thp many new subdivi-
sions that is being planned in
the Auburn Water District.


on to films when he saw "Back
to the Future" as a kid.
He graduated from
Crestview High School in 1999
and attended Southeastern
University in Lakeland, Fla.,
graduating with a Ministerial
Studies degree and a minor in
Communications.
As a teacher, Duckworth
likes structure, which naturally
finds its place in filmmaking.
But he is a little anxious about
people watching and critiquing
his film.
"As a teacher I can state a
fact wrong and later correct
what I misstated. Teachers are
human like everyone else," he
says. "Whereas, with this film,


when it's out there it's out there.
There's not that cushion that
you have with a regular nine-to-
five job. Filmmaking in and of
itself is a risk and a gamble."
Duckworth spends his week-
ends writing screenplays and
ironing out the kinks on upcom-
ing projects.
His ideas, though, at times
abstract, are worked out in the
filming process.
"I'm inspired by my own
questions, feelings and doubts,"
he says. "Life doesn't always
work out the way you want, but
you can make it work out in
filmmaking."
"Imperfect" can be viewed
online at www.rurisx.com.


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POLICE

BLOTTI
Adam Zigli
Bulletin Repor

Not good
Recently, a Crestview man
was cruising through town in a
vehicle that we aptly title a "Go
straight to jail" car.
You know the kind: no tail
lights, turn signals and/or tag
lights. Sometimes these cars also
lack the necessary license plate
required to drive in Florida, or
America, or even on Mars.
The owner of the car should
have affixed a giant, flashing
neon sign, brandishing the bold
plea, "PULL ME, OVER,
PLEASE!"
After the sheriff's deputy
pulled the man over, he began
his routine.
The driver freely admitted
that his license was suspended
because he failed to pay traffic
citations. The deputy, obviously
thinking, "Why can't they all be
this easy?" asked for the man's
identification.
While pulling his ID from his
wallet, a package of rolling
papers fell out.
He said, "That's not good,"
and admitted that he sometimes
smoked'marijuana, but denied
having any on him.
Apparently, the man's defini-


City of Crestview
crime reports
A notice to appear was issued to
Marvin Michael Powley, 27, of 807 Lee
Avenue, Crestview, on a charge of crimi-
nal mischief.
12/10: Nicholaus A. Moore, 27, of 800
Sandford Street, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled substance
without a prescription, including marijua-
na, and possession and/or use of narcot-
ic equipment. Ryane Raabe, 20, of 307
Egan Drive, Crestview, was charged with
disorderly conduct and battery-touch or
strike.
12/11: Marcus A. Ellis, 40, of 129
sawmill Road, Thibodaux, La., was
charged with DUI-alcohol or drugs, pos-
session of less than 20 grams of marijua-
na, and possession and/or use of narcot-
ic equipment.
12/12: Theresa Chantell Bright, 24, of
Hwy. 2, Baker, was charged with 17
counts of forgery of checks, and 17
counts of uttering a forged instrument. *
i*Ml~rif(A. Lee 82;'"bf 707'AM6oi Stret 5;,-
in" Grestview;,- was- charged for
battery/causing bodily harm.
12/13: Christopher D. Collis, 28, of
162 S. Booker Street, Crestview, was
charged with possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Okaloosa County
crime reports
Mario Carrell Brown, 36, of 673 W.
Walnut Avenue, Crestview,.was issued a
notice to appear on a charge of posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of marijuana.*
Jason Lee Able, 30, of 5860 Huckleberry
Lane, Crestview, was charged with petit
theft.
12/8: A 16-year-old Crestview teen
was arrested on charges of unarmed bur-
glary to an unoccupied dwelling, second
degree grand theft of a vehicle, petit lar-
ceny, aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon without intent to kill, no valid dri-
ver's license, and trespassing-property
not structure or conveyance. Thomas
Samuel Bright, 23, of 109 Butler Circle,
Crestview, was arrested on a charge of
driving with an unlawful blood alcohol
level. Latonya Denise Harris, 34, of 227
E. Third Street, Crestview, was arrested
for violation of probation. William Ray
Mitchell, 43, of 150 Graham Circle,
Crestview, was arrested for worthless
check and failure to appear. James
Christopher Green, 20, of 386 Brown
Place, Crestview, was arrested for viola-
tion of/probation.
12/9: Sean Patrick Hammond of 241
Bracewell.in Crestview was arrested for
failure to appear. April LaJean Brown,
48, was issued a notice to appear on a
charge of petit theft. Jeremy A. Baggett,
24, of 348 East North Avenue, Crestview,
was arrested on a charge of felony viola-
tion of probation. Yaseen N. Seals, of
346 N. Lincoln Street in Crestview, was
arrested on a charge of failure to appear
for plea day. Gary Simmons, 29, of 206
Barr Place, Crestview, was arrested for
violation of probation. Daniel Joseph
Peterson, 54, of 4661 Todd Road,
Crestview, was arrested on 1 count of vio-
lation of probation. Gregory Allen Totty,
42, was charged with 2 counts of worth-
less checks. Johnny K. Williams, 20,
was charged with violation of probation. *
Stephen Royce Mock, 49, of 904 Maple
Street, Crestview, was arrested for viola-
tion of probation.
12/10: A, 16-year-old Laurel Hill'teen
was charged with 4 counts of burglary to
a conveyance, one count of larceny-theft
of $300-$5,000, and 3 counts of petit
theft. A 16-year-old Florala, Ala. been
was charged with 4 counts of burglary to
a conveyance, 3 counts of petit theft, and
1 count of larceny-theft of $300-$5,000. *
Jeremy James Whitfield, 22, of 4262
Antioch Road, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of drug parapherna-
lia, and possession of less than 20 grams
of cannabis. A 17-year-old inmate at the
Department of Juvenile Justice was
charged with battery on detention staff.d
Robert Rediker Jr., 42, of 6194 Old
Hickory Road, Crestview, was charged
with felony battery. Robert Glenn Judy,
45, of 5858 Huckleberry Lane, Crestview,
was arrested for 2 counts of failure to
appear. Nicole Denise Parson, 32, of
612 Jeremy Court, Crestview, was arrest-
ed on a count of worthless check.
12/11: Velda June Andujar, 44, of 113
Lakeview Drive, Crestview, was arrested
for violation of probation. Christopher
James Able, 27, was charged with driving
while license suspended or revoked, flee-
ing and eluding a law enforcement officer,
resisting arrest without violence.
12/12: Alvin Matthew Middleton, 48,
of 104 Brentwood Lane #A, Crestview,


tion of not having
any weed on him is a
little bit foggy.
4 The deputy began
Rs searching him and
ar found a quarter sack
ter of marijuana in his
right front pants
pocket.
He also found a crack-
cocaine smoking device in a
metal cigarette case in his back
pocket and a pouch of cocaine in
his shirt pocket.
"I was hoping you wouldn't
find that," the man told the
deputy.
The drugs just kept coming.
The man kept confessing and
with each confession the tears
kept flowing. Confession is
good for the soul.
Here's the lesson: routinely
check to see if any tail lights, tag
lights, head lights or any other
lights are not working. Oh, and
you may want to occasionally
check to see if your license is
expired.

High gas prices discour-
age beverage thieves

Recently, a Crestview man
stopped at a local gas station to
buy gas. While he was at the
counter he realized that he did-
n't have any money, so be asked
several people in the store to
help him out. Finally, another
customer prepaid for the man,
who only put $5 in his car.


turned himself in for four counts of worth-
less checks. Dana Kolleen Lewis, 21, of
125 Beacon's Bend, Crestview, was
charged with trespassing structure or
conveyance, and battery.
12/14: Kevin Jerome Bray, 19, of
6333 Hwy. 89 North, Baker, was arrested
for violation of probation. Jeffrey Charles
Corr, 36, of 140 Palmetto Drive,.
Crestview, was arrested for failure to
appear. Holly Kay Highfield, 29, of 618
1/2 Griffith Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with giving false name or identifi-
cation and violation of probation. *
Rodney Tremaine Parks, 35, of 279
School Avenue, Crestview, was arrested
on a charged of grand theft. Elijah
Preston Adams, 25, of Crestview, was
charged with violation of probation.
12/15: Irma May Walker, 40, of 5397
Hwy. 393, Crestview, was arrested for the
charge of worthless check. Stephanie
M. Elges, 76, of, 2803 Dunlop Lane,
Crestview, was charged with driving
under the influence.
12/17: William Thornton Bonham, 41,
'of '1260 Sioux Circle, Crestviewl' was
charged with driving under the influence.
12/18: Roy Francis Gainer, 40, of
5842 Saratoga Street, Crestview, was
charged with battery/domestic violence.


On


The man then pumped the
gas, but hit one of the gas
pumps while moving his car,
which was a Buick.
The attendant went outside
to check out the damage and the
man re-entered the store. The
store manager watched the man,
who walked to a cooler and took
a bottle of Tropicanna Juice.
Forgetting that he still didn't
have any money, or believing to
be invisible, the man walked
right out of the store.
The manager told the night
clerk that the man didn't pay for
his gas, so the clerk ran out and
told him he had to pay.
Instead of paying for the
drink, which costs $1,39 at most
convenience stores, the man
yelled some mean words at the
woman, got in his car and drove
away.
In this case, maybe it's a good
thing that gas prices are so high;
the man was later caught
'because the $5 in gas didn't even
get his guzzler to the county line
before he had to stop again. The
Florida Highway Patrol caught
up to him and took away his
empty Tropicanna bottle and
gave him a trespassing warning.

This ain't Mayberry
On the Andy Griffith show,
Otis would occasionally drink
too much, feel bad about it, then
check himself into the Mayberry
Jail.


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Watching Otis finagle with
the cell keys is a trip, but you'd
never think it would happen in
real life.
Well, not exactly, but here's a
Crestview man who stole a
bunch of money, a cell phone, 60
Xanax pills and a Buick from his
girlfriend.
The reception on the phone
must have been bad, because the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office made several attempts to
reach the man by calling, but
never got an answer.
Four days and 330 miles
later, the vehicle was recovered
in Albertville, Ala., north of
Birmingham, at the man's previ-
ous place of employment.
His former boss knew some-
thing wasn't right, so she called
the local police department.
However, before they could get
to him he had already left.
Apparently, this guy's trek
through Alabama paid a toll on
his conscience and his mental
health. Taking stolen Xanax pills
will only help with anxiety
brought on by guilt for so long.
The Xanax wore off before
the police arrived, so, like Otis,
his conscience talked him into
checking into the local rehab
center, where the police depart-
ment found him.
Unfortunately, he didn't get
his own key to the jailhouse, so
he can't come and go. as he
pleases.


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Robinson

completes

basic air

force training

Air Force Airman Brandon
M. Robinson has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate


Airman Brandon Robinson
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Carmen
Clark of Crestview, Fla., and a
2005 graduate of Crestview
High School.


Rowland

completes

basic air

force training

Air Force Airman Gregory
Rowland has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
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training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
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In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn


Fortune gets Purple Heart


Airman Gregory Rowland
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Geoffrey
Rowland of Crestview, Fla.


Root earns early promotion during Navy training


Navy Seaman Apprentice
Dale A. Root, a 2003 graduate
of Crestview High School,
Crestview, Fla., was recently
promoted to his current rank
upon graduation from recruit
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Root received the early pro-


motion for outstanding perfor-
mance during all phases of the
training cycle. This included
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water
safety and survival, and ship-
board and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on


physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations". This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to galva-
nize the basic warrior attribut-
es of sacrifice, dedication,


teamwork and endurance in
each recruit through the practi-
cal application of basic Navy
skills and the core values of
Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it means
to be a Sailor.


Rosemond completes navy basic training in Illinois


Navy Seaman Andrew J.
Rosemond, son of Esmeralda P.
Mickles of Crestview, Fla.,
recently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Rosemond completed a


variety of training which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot


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exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed .in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to galva-
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of sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practical


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and the core values of Honor,
- Courage and Commitment. Its
distinctly "Navy" flavor was
designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Rosemond is a 2002 gradu-
' ate of Crestview High School of
Crestview, Fla.


Rusty Allen Fortune, son of Angela and Scott Fortune of Laurel
Hill, recently received the Purple Heart from the United States
Marine Corps.
Fortune was wounded by shrapnel in Karmah, Iraq when an IED
exploded near his moving vehicle. He is a lance corporal with the
Raiders, Company G, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marines Division in North
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tic EVENTS
/* AAUW PROGRAM: A Lifeline in the Storm, a free presentation,
will take place Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. at OWC Building K Gallery on the
Niceville campus.
Dr. Patricia Hilliard-Nunn will tell the story of the Female
Protective Society, a 102-year-old organization that helped African-
American women when no other help was available. Come hear how
2,ed courageous women with no resources than their'own wits were able
to help themselves in nearly impossible circumstances.
This event is sponsored by the American Association of
University Women and Okaloosa-Walton College.!F&P information,
contact Ginger Maddox at (850) 729-5217'b'fihadttox@owc.edii. YOU
ma also contact Inez Hall at (850) 678-6524. For details on the AAUW,
visit www.aauw.org.
STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM: ASSE International
Student Exchange Programs is looking for enthusiastic people in the
community who like working with young people and learning about
different cultures to become area representatives.
When you become an ASSE Area Representative, you provide a
valuable opportunity to outstanding high school exchange students
who want to experience the American way of life for either a school
year or semester.
By finding good homes for them with local families, you bring an
international flavor to the neighborhood and local high school. You
will also be able to offer American teens study abroad programs.
Representatives receive training, are reimbursed for expenses, and
enjoy friendships with people from all over the world.
Please call 1-800-473-0696 or 352-799-8556 to find out how your
adventure can get started.
UWF EXTENDED HOURS: PENSACOLA- To better serve stu-
dents as they return to campus for the spring 2006 semester, a num-
ber of University of West Florida campus offices, facilities and ser-
vice providers will have extended operating hours.
The Office of Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, SASS Office,
Student Accounts/Cashiers, Dean of Students Office, Health Center
and Nautilus Card Office will be open Jan 6. from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and Jan. 9 through 12 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The University Advising Center will be open Jan. 9 through 12
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the University Bookstore will be open Jan.
7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Jan. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
I UWF will be closed for.winter break from Dec. 26 to Jan. 2. For
more information, contact the UWF Welcome Center at (850) 474-
3000.
ACT/SAT WORKSHOPS: Workshops to assist students in the
Okqloosa County high schools who will be taking the Jan. 28 SAT
and the Feb. 11 ACT Tests will be held at the Fort Walton Beach High
* School and the Niceville High School Media Centers. Alice Hart will
conduct the classes.
Each workshop will provide approximately 12 hours of instruc-
tion. These workshops will consist of 4 sessions.
Hours for the Fort Walton Beach workshop are from 2:15 to 5:15
p.m. each day on Tues. and Wed., Jan. 24.-25, and Mon., and Tues.,
Jan. 30-31.
There was an error on the dates for the Niceville registration.


Correct dates are listed below.
Hours for the Niceville workshop are from 2 to 5 p.m. each day
on Thurs. and Fri., Jan. 26-27, and Wed. and Thur., Feb. 1-2.
Registrations for both workshops must be postmarked by Jan. 11.
Registration, forms have been faxed to the area high schools. All
materials, snacks and drinks are furnished. Students will need to
bring calculators.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hart via email at
Amhartl966@aol.com or by phone at (615) 585-2401 or (850) 932-
9761. You may also contact your high school Guidance Department.
SYMPOSIUM SERIES AT UWF: John C. Pace Jr. Symposium
Series 2005-06 offerings:
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, observed through words,
song and dance Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. in the UWF Music Hall.
Wanda Johnson, an African-American storyteller from Mobile,
Ala., will perform March 31 at the UWF Fort Walton Beach Campus.
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The Sixth Annual "Baby, Wait Till You
See What I'm Cooking Tonight" is probably
the most unique cooking competition along
the Emerald Coast. The criteria are exten-
sive, creativity is a must, but the prizes to
be won are substantial. Sponsored by
Okaloosa Gas District, On The Menu, Coast
100.3, Kitchenique, and The Gulf Coast WB;
the contest is billed as an adventure in
romance and fine food.
"What makes this contest so unique,"
explains Gary Long, Vice President of
Marketing for Okaloosa Gas, "is that we ask
people to really put a lot of effort into their
submissions. The contest surrounds the
Valentine's holiday, and what's more
romantic than a special evening between
two people over a magnificent meal."
Contestants are asked to prepare a cre-
ative essay describing their concept of the
ideal romantic evening with their loved
ones. Then, contestants are asked to provide
their very best romantic recipes for such an
evening typically an appetizer, an entrde
and a dessert. But the contest doesn't stop
there.
Entries will be judged by representatives
from Okaloosa Gas, Coast 100.3 and other
sponsors, along with this year's guest
celebrity chef Chef Tim Creehan of Beach
Walk Caft.
Submissions will be evaluated based on
creativity and quality of the recipes. Three
finalists are then selected from the field.
Those three contestants will then appear -
individually on separate days on the
Coast 100.3 Morning Show with Skip and
Aimee. The finalists -must prepare at least
one of their submitted recipes and attempt
to impress the disc-jockey hosts live on
the air. After all three finalists have
appeared on air; the disc jockeys confer
again with the other judges and make the
recommendations for first, second and third
place positions.
The first place contestant will next
appear on a special Valentine's Day edition
of the Okaloosa Gas District cooking show
"On The Menu," which airs Sunday morn-
ings on the Gulf Coast WB (channel 15 on
Cox Communications) with Chef Tim
Creehan. The winner will work with the
chef in preparing their submitted recipes for
the special Feb. 12th edition of the show.
The winning recipes and a profile of the
winner will also appear in the Daily News
weekly food column based from the weekly
episodes of "On The Menu."
"We realize it seems like a lot to do for a
cooking contest, but everyone has so much
'fun with the process and we do try to make
it worth while for the winners," added
Long. The top three contestants will win
thooas oll'as worth prizes indud-. ,
ing natural gas appliances and accessories, a
romantic getaway, cooking supplies, and
other Valentine's Day related gifts from
sponsors.
Interested people can enter the contest
via several methods: by mailing an entry to
Okaloosa Gas at P.O. Box 548, Valparaiso, FL
32580; hand-delivering an entry to any Okaloosa
Gas office; Kitchenique (located in the Market
Shops of Sandestin); Cumulus Studios at 225
Hollywood Blvd. in Fort Walton Beach; or online


Dera Warr Morrisey
Kendall
January 04. 1915 December 29, 2005
Dera Warr Morrisey Kendall age 90, of
Crestview, passed away Thursday, December 29,
2005. She was born on January 04, 1915 in Florala,
Alabama and was a lifelong resident of Crestview.
Mrs. Kendall was a homemaker.
Survivors include: 1 son: Joe & wife Mae
Morrisey of Crestview, FL; 3 grandchildren:
Joreen Smith &t Mike, Linda Huges & Lance, Gary
Morrisey & Sandy; great-grandchildren: Kayla &
Courtney Morrisey, Owen & Adraine Hugher,
Marcy Smith; 1 sister-in-law: Margaret Warr; sev-
eral nieces & nephews including Billy & Carol
Ostrander, Glenn & Cindy Warr.
Funeral services will be held at 1PM, Monday,
January 02,2006 in the chapel of Brackney Funeral
Service with Rev. Ron Williamson officiating.
Burial will follow in Almarante Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Sunday, January
01,2006 from 3:30pm until 5PM at the funeral
home. Brackney Funeral Service, Crestview, is in
charge of arrangements.


Janice

Howard
March 8, 1946 December 29, 2005
Janice Howard, age 59 of Crestview, passed
away December 29, 2005 at her home. she was
born in Dallas, Texas on March 8, 1946 and a long
time resident of Crestview. Janice worked at
Burkett's Drug Store for fifteen years, at Tom
Thumb in Baker for several years and many other
businesses in the Crestview area. She was preced-
ed in death by her husband James E. Howard, St.
Survivors include: Sons: James Earl Howard, Jr.
and wife Lynn of Crestview, and Ted Howard and
wife Kelli of Crestview; brother, D.K. Morris of
Texas; sisters: Connie Turner of Texas and Christy
Dutton of Texas; grandchildren: 'Mary Wensel,
Timothy James Howard, Madison Howard, and
Brandy Jernigan; 3 great great-grandchildren; sis-
ters-in-law: Ruth Stanton, Sheila Forman, Gayle
Hobbs and Kim Sellers as well as numerous
extended family members.
Funeral services will be held Saturday,
December 31, 2005 at 3pm from the chapel of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. A visitation
will take place from 2-3 prior to the service. Burial
will follow at Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home is entrusted
with arrangements.


United StatGuest Chef
Information

Corporate Chef/Owner Timothy Creehan's impres-
sive career began when he was named as one of the
"youngest and most accomplished Certified Executive
Chefs in the United States" by the American Culinary
Foundation in 1992. Most recently Chef Creehan was
honored as a "Shining Star Chef" by Cooking Light's
Grandstand '99. His award winning recipes have been
featured in Syscos Menus Today, Restaurant
Business, Cheerp, Florida Living and Cooking
Light. Creehan is also a recipient of the DiRoNa Award,
and his "Flavors of the Gulf Coast" cookbook has sold
over 10,000 copies.
Creehan's very own patented creation Chef's Grill
Plus continues to enjoy a meteoric growth nationwide.
He had the honor of being personally invited to be the
chef de cuisine at Amy Grant and Vince Gill's wedding
reception for 500 guests. Creehan displayed his culinary
skills in this high profile venue, which resulted in mul-
timedia coverage including interviews in People
Magazine, and on the NBC television show EXTRA.
He has cooked for celebrities Cybill Shepherd, Timothy
Hutton, and Catherine Crosby. He has appeared on
TNN's Cooking USA with Merle Ellis and at New
Orleans Riverwalk Cookin' Cajun Cooking School.
Creehan's famous cooking classes celebrate his nat-
ural teaching talents and present an opportunity to
share his love for cooking. His volunteer participation in
the All Kinds of Art Culinary Program for Destin mid-
dle-school students and Harvest House's Hope for the
Holidays are just a few of the ways he commits himself
to the community and many charitable organizations.
Beach Walk Caft is located at the Inn at Crystal Beach
in Destin directly on the beach with a beautiful view
of the Gulf of Mexico. Fresh Gulf seafood, Asian, Italian
and French flavors comprise the menu items creatively
prepared. Tim's newest adventure is Harbor Grille
(located in the old Harry T's) where he has teamed up
with Mike and Brenda Zampieri to bring new excite-
ment to Destin.es" by the American Culinary
Foundation in 1992. Most recently Chef Creehan was
honored as a "Shining Star Chef" by Cooking Light's
Grandstand '99. His award winning recipes have been
featured in Syscos Menus Today, Restaurant
Business, Cheers, Florida Living and Cooking
Light. Creehan is also a recipient of the DiRoNa Award,
and his "Flavors of the Gulf Coast" cookbook has sold
over 10,000 copies.
Creehan's famous cooking classes celebrate his nat-
ural teaching talents and present an opportunity to
share his love for cooking. His volunteer participation in
the All Kinds of Art Culinary Program for Destin mid-
dle-school students and Harvest House's Hope for the
Holidays are just a few of the ways he commits himself
to the community and many charitable organizations.
Beach Walk Caft is located at the Inn.at Crystal Beach
in Destin directly on the beach with a beautiful view
of the Gulf of Mexico. Fresh Gulf seafood, Asian, Italian
and French flavors comprise the menu items creatively
prepared. **Tini'd ewest e en ilOa"Hat ,nllii,,.
(located in the old Harry T's) where he has teamed up
with Mike and Brenda Zampieri to bring new excite-
ment to Destin.

at www.okaloosagas.com. Complete contest rules
can be obtained at all contest locations or online
through the gas company web site. Questions can
be answered by calling 850-729-4877. The dead-
line is Tues., Jan. 17 by 5:00 p.m. for mail and
hand-delivered entries, and midnight for online
entries.


Mary Nell Wilson
Dec. 3, 1942 Dec. 22, 2005
Mary Nell Wilson, age 63, of Lake Park, Fla.,
passed away Dec. 22, 2005 at her residence. Mary
was born Dec. 3, 1942 in Laurel Hill, Fla. She was
a waitress at Jim's Place, Royal Cafe, Trophies, and
Classicos for many years.
She is survived by her 3 daughters, Donna L.
Bass of Lake Park, Debra D. (Michael) Wright of
Jupiter Farms, Fla., and Mary Anne (Richard)
Williams of Jupiter Farms. She is also survived by
4 brothers, 3 sisters, and 11 grandchildren. A
memorial service was held Thursday, Dec. 29 at 1
p.m. with Tim Block officiating. In lieu of flowers
the family requested that donations be made to
Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Avenue,
West Palm Beach, FL 33407 in memory of Mary.


Will Gentry
Aug. 14, 1939 Dec. 28, 2005
Mr. Will Gentry, age 66, of Crestview, Fla., was
called from this life to join his Heavenly Father
from the Fort Walton Beach Medical Center on
Wednesday, Dec. 28,2005. Mr. Gentry was born in
Chattanooga, Tenn. on August 14, 1939, and had
been a life-time resident of the Northwest Florida
area. He was a loving father, grandfather and
great-grandfather and will be deeply missed by
those who knew and loved him. He was a
Christian by faith.
Mr. Gentry was a Vietnam veteran of the
United States Air Force. He had been employed
with the Okaloosa County School System as an air
conditioning and refrigeration mechanic. Will was
preceded in death by his wife, Atrice Cobb Gentry,
in 1988.
Survivors include his daughters and sons-in-
law, Rhonda and Gary Lundy and Reba and Greg
Lundy, all of Laurel Hill, Fla.; grandchildren,
Holly and Heather Lundy, Terrie and Kane
McGee, and Jessica and Gregory Lundy; great-
grandchildren, Kaylyn Pursley, Dylan McGee and
Alex McGee; and a very special friend, Joel
Griffith, of Crestview.
A time of visitation was conducted from the
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home on Friday, Dec.
30 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The funeral service was
conducted from the chapel of Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home on Sat., Dec. 31 at 11:00 a.m. with
the Rev. Mike McVay officiating and Rev. James
Paul assisting. Interment followed in the Cobb
Cemetery in Baker, Fla. Tributes were accepted at
the funeral home. Arrangements and services
were entrusted to Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home, Crestview.


Obituaries


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Pruning shrubs during winter, be careful!


Shari Farrell
Okaloosa County Master
Gardener
Special to the Bulletin

If you are like me this time of
year the bright sunny days have
you thinking Spring! Wish it
were so, but we've another two
months at least til temperatures
begin to warm enough for that
cheery thought. The calls are
already starting at the Master
Gardener desk asking about
pruning, a bit too soon for most
of that. This activity promotes
new growth and with the cold
temperatures still to come it can
be a mistake.
Here in north Okaloosa
County our last freeze date is
somewhere around mid to late
March, with that in mind there
are several shrubs that can be
pruned in late February or early
March. A few plants falling into
this category are Crape myrtle,
Gardenia, shrub Roses and
Abelia. Hydrangeas can also be
pruned making sure only previ-
ously blooming branches are cut
back. The hydrangea blooms on
old wood so cutting the entire


shrub to the ground, as some do,
will seriously affect flowering
this summer., Pruning for shape
can be done at any time of year;
if an azalea has an errant branch
that needs removing prune it
back to the trunk being careful
not to nick the bark. More than
that will remove the buds set
last summer, wait until it com-
pletes the bloom cycle for a more
through tip pruning to improve
size and shape.
Of particular concern to
many gardeners are Crape myr-
ties, when and how much to
prune for the best blooms that
will not affect the life of the tree.
Mrs. Katherine E. of Crestview
asked this question recently in
regard to the trees lining the dri-
veway of her home.
The crape myrtle usually
requires little pruning. "suck-
ers" or water sprouts may devel-
op along the lower portions of
main stems or from roots and
must be removed to maintain
the tree form. A good rule of
thumb is to remove anything
smaller than a pencil when
using crape myrtles as trees.
Dwarf crape myrtles often grow


tall shoots that must be removed
to maintain the planting as a
groundcover. Shoots of some
dwarf cultivars occasionally die
to the ground over winter, and
dead wood should be removed
in the spring.
Plants are easy to prune
while dormant since the branch
structure is more easily viewed
without foliage. Pruning while
dormant also will not interfere
with flower bud formation on
crape myrtles since flowers form
on new growth. Avoid annual or
frequent hard pruning. Severe
pruning can induce excess vege-
tative growth, basal sprouting,
and fewer, but larger, flower
panicles. It also spoils the beau-
tiful winter branch structure on
crape myrtle trees.
Tip pruning to remove old
flower clusters will promote
recurrent blooming but is not
practical for large plants or low
maintenance landscapes. Tip
pruning is largely unnecessary
on many of the newer C. Myrtle
cultivars that naturally repeat
bloom, but it may enhance the
recurrent bloom of the older
varieties.


'Crape Murder', the sad
practice of knuckling these gor-
geous trees, was first used in a
Southern Living Magazine arti-
cle about five years ago showing
the improper pruning tech-
niques some landscapers and
unknowing homeowners use to
annually hack these beautiful
trees each spring. Referring to
this County Extension Agent Jim
Orband observed "This style of
pruning causes excessive bud
break and mildew problems that
require fungicide sprays. The
weak wood unions and exces-
sive branching with concentrat-
ed blooms on the end of termi-
nal branches promotes breakage
inviting disease and insects."
The formal term for this
pruning technique is 'pollard-
ing' and is a much refined skill
used in the fruit orchard to
increase yield in peaches, for
example. It is beneficial to fruit
production, sacrificing the life
span of the tree for the increased
harvest. If the longevity for
your beautiful Crape Myrtles is
important to you, contact the
Extension Office and ask to have
University of Florida publica-


tion number
ENH-52 sent
to your
home.
T h e
Okaloosa
County
Master
Gardeners
are volun-
teers at the
University
of Florida
Extension
Office in
Crestview.
They are
available to
answer
questions
regarding
horticulture
and provide
assistance to The crape myrtle
t h e "suckers" or wat
Horticulture lower portions o
Agents; resi- must be remove
dents are good rule of thu
encouraged than a pencil wh
to phone
689-5850 or stop by the office
located at 5479 Old Bethel Road.
Internet users may access the


le usually requires little pruning.
ter sprouts may develop along the
of main stems or from roots and
ed to maintain the tree form. A
mb is to remove anything smaller
hen using crape myrtles as trees.

University website at
http:/ /edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publi-
cations.html


* Community Happenings


Please turn in your community news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 5 p.m. on
the Thursdays prior to publication.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
SENIORS HEALTH INSUR-
ANCE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
The Department of Elder Affairs is seek-
ing volunteers for a program that will
provide Medicare health insurance and
prescription counseling to elders and
caregivers.
The department will present an
introductory session to SHINE on Jan.
24, and a 3-day training session Feb. 7-
9.
Volunteers must be willing to give at
least 12 hours of volunteer service each
month and must have some knowledge
of computers. There is a great need for
volunteers in Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton counties. To join,
please call Sandra Cleckler at 840-494-
7100 ext. 213 or toll free at 1-866-531-
8011.
CHAMBER ACCEPTING
SHARING & CARING DONA-
TIONS: During this holiday season and
despite what everyone has been through
the past couple of years, taking the time
to (hink ,ofth eIttaneed el is d '
necessay. 0""""'t a"" et (e'" o v
The Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce on Main Street is accepting
food and/or monetary donations for
Sharing & Caring. Please take the time
to pick up some extra canned foods to
drop off here at the office or bring by a
couple of bucks to help out. Any help is
greatly appreciated.
CLEAN OUT YOUR GARAGE.
FOR TAX PURPOSES: One great way
to get a tax deduction is to donate your
used vehicle to the American Lung
Association before the end of the year.
Just call 1-800-LUNG-USA to donate
your ride, and ALA will tow your vehi-
cle for free.
You will receive detailed instruc-
tions and two simple forms to fill out.
Avoid the hassles of selling and possibly
pocket more in tax savings than if you
sold the item. The car will be auctioned,
with proceeds going toward research,
patient education, asthma summer camp
for children, and area school programs.
COVENANT HOSPICE COOK-
BOOKS: Covenant Hospice is now
selling cookbooks to benefit its non-
funded and under-funded programs in
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
To purchase one, please call Lill
Jennings at (850) 729-1800, or stop by


the Covenant Hospice office located at
101 Hart St. in Niceville or at 370 West
Redstone Dr. in Crestview. Cookbooks
can be ordered by phone and mailed, but
there is a $3 shipping and handling fee.
Please make checks payable to
Covenant Hospice. All proceeds benefit
Covenant Hospice in Okaloosa and
Walton counties.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are needed
to invest their time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you
are pregnant and concerned about alco-
hol and drugs, free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant women are eli-
gible for priority substance abuse treat-
ment services.
Women's Intervention Services &
Education can provide you with infor-
mation and assist you in getting the help
you need. WISE serves as a client advo-
cate and coordinator of services for
pregnant women with substance abuse
problems.
.WISEtTis .',aiiprograni of tMe
Coanaun uit*fuDel-anAlcohb1l Cincir'
For more information, call (850) 689-"'
4024 in Crestview or (850) 833-3729 in
Fort Walton Beach.
MOPS COOKBOOK: MOPS
(Moms of Preschoolers) of Crestview
has collected recipes from group mem-
bers, family, and friends and compiled
them into an attractive keepsake cook-
book. The cookbook contains 250 well-
loved recipes including appetizers, and
main dishes, desserts and many others.
They are currently selling their one-
of-a-kind cookbooks for $10. They may
be purchased from any member of the
organization.
All proceeds will go to MOPS of
Crestview. For more information con-
tact Cyndy Chapin at 850-683-0490.
ROAD CLOSURE IN
CRESTVIEW: Reinke Drive in
Crestview will be closed at Piney Woods
Creek until further notice for road
repairs. The road will be open for local
traffic only from Overview Drive to
Valley Road.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters (VOAD) needs volunteers to
work in the Emergency Operations
Center (EOC) assisting county person-
nel in the event of any natural or man-
made disaster affecting Okaloosa


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County.
VOAD has the lead role in coordi-
nating the processing and operations of
volunteers and donated goods.
Volunteers will be asked to perform
duties like setting up binders, laptop
commuters, supplies, phones, and food
for volunteers.
Okaloosa County Public Safety will
open the EOC, located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in Shalimar, when a
disaster occurs. There will be a need for
data entry volunteers.
For more information, please con-
tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how you can
help in the fight or save babies, contact
your local March of Dimes office or
visit www.marchofdimes.com. For
sponsorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you are looking for local history, arti-
facts, photos, and a good selection of
area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the third Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with special
tours avale upon equet. For mre .
-nioInitiO~o, caUl the museum at 53-
5714, 'Janette Henderson at 850-537-' '
4401, or send an email to bakermuse-
um@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRI-
VERS: Volunteers are needed to drive
the DAV van, which takes veterans to
their appointments at the VA Outpatient
Clinic in Pensacola. You would only
drive two days per month, For further
information, contact the local Veterans
Service Office at 601-A North Pearl
Street, or call 689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs more
than $100 a day to shelter a victim of
domestic violence. For more informa-
tion on how you can help, call 683-
0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower site, the
Hub City Environmental Center offers a
free opportunity to learn about native
plants and animals.
To reserve the park for your group,
call the Leisure Services Department at
682-4715.
SONS OF THE AMERICAN
REVOLUTION For information call
John Cahoon at 862-5078.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD: If
you or someone you know is struggling
with an addiction call Narconon


Arrowhead today. Narconon offers free
addiction counseling, assessments, and
referrals to rehabilitation centers nation-
wide by calling 1-800-468-6933 or log-
ging onto www.stopaddiction.com.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge #364,
PHA, sponsor of the Malcolm N.
Haynes Sr. Council of .The Knights of
Pythagoras, is now accepting applica,-
tions for membership into their youth
fraternity. Membership is open to all
young men from 9 to 17 years old; how-
ever they must be accompanied by par-
ent or guardian when filling out an
application.
For more information and applica-
tions, please contact either Thomas D.
Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326 or Barney L.
Bailey, Jr. at 689-3773.
The THAILAND-LAOS-CAM-
BODIA BROTHERHOOD, INC. is
seeking members from all branches of
the military U.S., foreign and civilian
occupations (Air America, USAID,
State Department, etc.) for membership
in the organization. For more informa-
tion, contact Woody Freeman at (850)
729-8081 or visit the web site at


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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.
SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVITIES:
To register and make reservations for all
events, please call 689-8409.
Thurs., Jan. 5, 10 a.m. -
Informational session on Medicare Part
D Prescription Plan in the SC classroom
at 127 E. Redstone Ave., Crestview.
Exercise classes Stretch, Flext &
Tone aerobics every Monday at 9 a.m. in
the SC classroom, at a cost of $10 per
month. Line Dancing every Tuesday in
the SC Classroom at 9 a.m., $10 per
month. Water aerobics every Wednesday
at 10:30 a.m. at Crestview Physical
Therapy, 557 Brookemeade Drive,
Crestview. Cost of $1 per class per per-
son.


LC-Brotherhood.org. Tues., Jan. 10, 5 p.m. Salad and
____ ..__ ... isdeitsupper.at a cost oL$3 per person
-VENT inThe SCc1lassroomr -
EVENTS Thurs., Jan. 12 at 11:30 a.m. -
P LICENSE AND VEHICLE monthly member meeting.will be held at
KPOINTS: The Florida the First Baptist Church of Crestview
ay Patrol will conduct check- Fellowship Hall. Please bring a covered
it the locations listed below, dish to feed yourself and 4 others. The
. 1-5: SR-10 (US 90) 1/4 mile hospital will furnish the entrees and
F Milligan, Old Bethel Road, 1/4 drinks.
est of SR 85. HOLT FIRE DISTRICT BOARD
6-12: CR 393, 1/2 mile north of OF COMMISSIONERS: The Holt
toad 10; Auburn Road, 1/2 mile Fire District Board of Commissioners
SR 85. holds their regular scheduled meetings
BERT L.F. SIKES PUBLIC every third Thursday of the month at
LRY EVENTS: The Infant and 490 W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the community
r Lap Sit Program meets in the building at 6:30 p.m. The public is
.oom on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday encouraged to attend.
g of each month at 10:15 a.m. HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
-gram introduces you and your TRAINING: The Holt Fire Department
books through reading, rhymes, holds its regular training meeting the
sic. Please call Heather for more second and fourth Thursdays from 7
ition at 682-4432 or 682-8776. p.m. at the fire station located at 490 W.
First Tuesday Series starts at Hwy 90 in Holt. Persons interested in
a.m. at 1445 Commerce Drive joining the department are welcome to
the post office), attend.


MEETINGS
EGLIN FEDERAL RETIREES
TO MEET: The quarterly meeting of
the Eglin Federal Civilian Retiree
Association is today from 11 a.m. .to 1
p.m. Join them for a pay-as-you-go lun-
cheon, followed by the meeting.
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CLASSES
HERITAGE MUSEUM: Pre-regis-
ter at The Heritage Museum, 115
Westview Ave., Valparaiso 32580 for the
following classes:
Beginning Knitting-Continuing
class on 6 Thurs., Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26 and
Feb. 2 and 9 from 1 to 3 p.m.- Mrs.
Thelma Gilland will teach how to begin
(cast on) and end (cast off), and various
stitches to allow you to complete a knit-
ted scarf over the six weeks of class.
You will need to bring a skein of
worsted weight yam and a pair of knit-
ting needles size 7, 8 or 9. Fee is $25 for
members, $30 for nonmembers.
Round Reed Basket-Saturday,
January 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.- Join
Lou Holt in making a round reed fruit
basket for a fresh and elegant center-
piece. Fee is $20 for members, $25 for
nonmembers. You need bring only an
old towel and a small spray bottle. A
sample basket is on display at the
Museum.
Bobbin Lace Making-Wed, Jan. 18
and 25, Feb. 1 and 8 from 9 a.m. to 12
p.m.-Lynda Krupka will teach this intri-
cate needlework art. Learn to deftly jug-
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EVENTS
CELEBRATION PLANNING SESSION: On Jan. 12 at 6 p.m. a meeting to
organize the City of Crestview's 90th anniversary will be held in the City Hall
Council chambers on Wilson Street. If you would like to volunteer individually or as
a group, or to become a sponsoring supporter, please attend. For more information,
please call Mary Mancini at (850) 496-2362, Jerry Milligan at 682-2330. Information
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NEWS &

NOTES


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker senior Bonnie
Bodine participates in a
weightlifting practice in
December. Read about the
Gators' new girls
weightlifting team in
Saturday's News Bulletin.
Schedule
Thursday
Boys basketball
Baker at Crestview, 7:15 p.m.
Girls basketball
Freeport at Baker, 6:45 p.m.
Girls soccer
Pace at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
Girls weightlifting
Woodham at Baker, 3 p.m.
Middle school basketball
St. Mary's at Richbourg, 5 p.m.
Men's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College vs.
Meridian at AUM, 7 p.m.
Friday
Boys basketball
Jay at Baker, 6:15 p.m.
Crestview at Holmes County, 7:15
p.m.
Laurel Hill at Paxton, 7:15 p.m.
Girls basketball
Baker at Ponce De Leon, 4:30 p.m.
Tate at Crestview, 6 p.m.
South Walton at Laurel Hill, 6:30
p.m.
Boys soccer


OWC basketball
The Okaloosa-Walton
College men's basketball
team ran its winning streak to
nine games with an impres-
sive 86-58 victory against
Vincennes (Ind.) on Dec. 30 in
the championship game of
the Gulf Coast Classic.
The Raiders improved
their record to 14-1.
The Okaloosa-Walton
College women's basketball
team returns to action Jan. 11
at home against Tallahassee
Community College. The
Raiders are 8-2.

Motocross
West Florida Motocross at
Walton Plantation has opened
for practices from 10 a.m.-5
p.m. on weekends. The facili-
ty is a national style
motocross track (approxi-
mately 1.5 miles long) with a
separate Pee Wee track and a
dust control sprinkler system.
The facility is located on Long
Road in Mossy Head. Practice
fees are $20 ($25 for a family).
West Florida Motocross does
not carry insurance for riders
and strongly suggests all rid-
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No youths under age 18 may
ride. without a parent or
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West Florida Motocross
hopes to begin racing in
March. The facility also hopes
to add supercross, beginner
and vintage tracks, and to
add camping hookups.
For details, contact West
Florida Motocross at (850)
623-6038.

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

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


High school basketball

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Sunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
Senior forwards Kelley Parris (left) and Kelii Peters (right) lead Crestview's boys basketball team in scoring and rebounding.





Dawgs' dynamic duo


Peters, Parris

anchor frontcourt
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

The combined efforts of Kelii
Peter, a n. d s.._... ri .. r
blow up any defense from
bad guys in the video game
Halo 2 to the big guys on the
basketball court.
Crestview's boys basketball
team counts on its KPs to rack
up video game-like statistics as
they patrol the Dawg front-
court.
The two senior forwards lead
Crestview in scoring and
rebounding, and hope to guide
the Bulldogs (4-8) through a
strong stretch run.
"They can do it all," CHS
coach Brian Humphrey said.
"There is no weakness in either
of their games. They can guard
anyone and play any position.
It's rare to find someone like
that. To have them both on the
team makes it even nicer."
Peters and Parris trace their
partnership to fifth grade, when
Parris and his family moved to
Crestview.
The two found they shared
plenty of interests particular-
ly computer video games like
Halo 2. The time together on the


"They can do it all. There is no weakness in either of
their games. They can guard anyone and play any posi-
tion. It's rare to find someone like that."

BRIAN HUMPHREY
- Crestview boys basketball coach on senior forwards Kelii
Peters and Kelley Parris


basketball court only strength-
ened their bond.
"It's no different on or off the
court," Peters said. "We hang
out just as much on the court as
off the court. We're pretty good
friends and we do a lot togeth-
er."
Peters carved out a regular
spot in Crestview's basketball
lineup by the beginning of his
junior year. Parris began his jun-
ior year as a role player, but
worked his way into the starting
lineup by the end of the season.
The two players produce
similar statistics, but through
different methods.
Peters averages 20.5 points
per game and 6.3 rebounds per
game. He gets his points with
quick drives to the basket and


post-up moves, where he either
makes shots or draws fouls. He
makes 75.5 percent of his free
throws.
His signature game: A 38-
point effort against Desire Street
Academy on Dec. 61 Peters made
20 of 24 free throws on his way
to his big night.
"I would tell other players,
'He gets to the line a lot. And if
he head fakes, don't jump,'"
Peters said. "I would really
rather be a role player, but when
it comes down to it, I'm always
ready to step up and do what I
can to help the team out."
Parris contributes 13.1 points
per game and 7.2 rebounds per
game. He makes 56.4 percent of
his field goal attempts. Parris
gets his points by relentlessly


Coach had game plan


It turns out Crestview foot-
ball coach Matt Brunson had
the game plan to stop the
Indianapolis Colts all along.
I mentioned the Colts' per-
formance to Brunson one day
after Indy hung up 35 points
in the first half in a Nov. 20
victory against the Cincinnati
Bengals.
Indianapolis looked like a
legitimate threat to finish the
regular season 16-0 at that
point.
"It is amazing to watch what
they do," Brunson said at the
time.
He went on to say if he were
coaching against the Colts, he
would send blitz after blitz in
an effort to put pressure on
Indianapolis quarterback
Peyton Manning.
The San Diego Chargers
followed that script when
they handed the Colts their
first loss on Dec. 17. San
Diego put pressure on
Manning like no other team
did during the 2005 season.


Passing







The Indy offense managed
just one legitimate scoring
drive. The rest of the Colts'
points came off of turnovers.
No word on whether the
Chargers sent Brunson a thank-
you card.

I used this space to bash the
BCS last month.
Now, a few words about a
computer that does work.
The News Bulletin POST
High School Football Ratings
that appeared in the Bulletin
each week during the 2005 sea-
son correctly predicted six of
the eight FHSAA state champi-
ons before the start of the state
playoffs.


The formula came within
one point of identifying a sev-
enth champion.
If the BCS would like our
services, we're available.

I got a taste of what referees
go through when I volunteered
to officiate intramural sixth-
grade basketball games as a
high-schooler.
The low moment of the
experience came when a coach
conned me into giving his
team an extra timeout by
claiming falsely, of course
- that one of his players had
an untied shoe.
Then and there, I swore
never to become an official,
and to tone down my criti-
cisms of the folks in striped
shirts.
I do need to voice one beef,
though.
I've seen multiple instances
this winter of basketball refer-
ees waiting to see if a shot goes
See SHOTS, page 3B


PARRIS PETERS
craihmng the boards and by mak-
ing outside shots when oppo-
nents lose track of him.
His signature game: A 19-
point, 17-rebound night during
Crestview's win Dec. 16 against
Navarre.
"I would tell other players,
'Box him out,'" Parris said.
"Basically, I've just tried to help
my teammates out, especially
Kelii in the post. Try to get him
the ball, which is hard to do
sometimes since we're a smaller
team."
The players' similar statistics
and similar names often results
in cases of mistaken identity.'
"They're twins," Humphrey
said.
For the record, Peters' first
name is pronounced, "kuh-LEE."
Parris' first name is pro-
. nounced, "KELL-lee."
"It happens all of the time,"
Peters said. "Sometimes they
call my name for his. But I don't
mind. I don't mind being Kelley
sometimes."


- College report -

Wake first

'06 test for

Hammonds

Ex-CHS guard a
regular for ECU
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Tom Hammonds IV and
his East Carolina men's bas-
ketball teammates started
the 2006 with a big chal-
lenge.
Hammonds, who played
high school basketball at
Crestview for three years,
and the
Pirates
played at
Wa k e


The
game rep-
resented
ECU's first HAMMONDS
Sappearance-
in the Demon Deacons
Lawrence Joel Memorial
Coliseum. The two pro-
grams had not played since
the 1980s.
East Carolina (5-6) took a
two-game winning streak
into the contest. The Pirates
rolled past Limestone and
North Carolina-Wilmington
during the holiday break.
Hammonds, a 6-foot-4
sophomore, has played in all
11 ECU games, including
one start. He averages 4.0
points per game.
Several other former local
winter athlete s return to
action this month.
*Richere' Harrison
(Crestview '04) leads the
Enterprise-Ozark women's
basketball team in scoring (14
ppg), rebounding (7.4 rpg)
and blocked shots (1.2 bpg).
Harrison poured in a sea-
son high 19 points against
Abraham Baldwin College
on Dec. 2.
Another former Dawg,
Faith Gregory (Crestview
'05), has seen action in seven
Boll Weevil games. Gregory
has contributed 1.1 points
per game.
Enterprise-Ozark (1-10)
looks to break a six-game
losing streak when it returns
to action Thursday at
Shelton State.
Micaiah Anthony
(Baker '04) has seen action in
eight games for the Jefferson
Davis College men's basket-
ball team.
The Warhawks had a 4-5
overall record (0-1 in
See REPORT, page 5B


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Steve Andrews/The News Bulletin
Melissa Williams (left) of Laurel Hill receives a $25 Beef
O'Brady's Fan of the Week gift certificate from Beef
O'Brady's 'essica Campbell. Williams attended the
Laurel Hill-Baker girls basketball game on Dec. 16.


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The free throws aren't supposed


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Kyle Wright is the News
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reached at (850) 682-6524, or by
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
LITTLE LEAGUE: Crestview
Little League has announced its regis-
tration dates for the 2006 season. Little
League's six divisions of play are open
to all youths ages 5-16. This is the offi-
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in Williamsport, Pa.
Registrations are every Saturday
from Jan. 7-Feb. 4 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
at the Garden City Little League Park.
Registration also can be made from 10
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Jan. 28, at Ace Hardware on Jan. 14,
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Crestview Little League's north-
south boundary runs from Interstate 10
to the Florida-Alabama state line. The
east-west boundary runs from the
Yellow River to the Okaloosa-Walton
county line. Flyers will be distributed
at area schools Jan. 3. Registration fee
is $60 ($75 for ages 13 and above) and
includes uniform.
Participants may register online at
www.eteamz.active.com/crestviewll/.
For details, contact Eric Zimmerman at
(850) 259-4341.
BAYA BASEBALL/SOFTBALL:
Registration for the 2006 Baker Area
Youth Association baseball and' soft-
ball seasons will be held from 9 a.m.-2
p.m. every Saturday in January at the
Baker School gym for coaches and
players in all age divisions (3-18).
New divisions are T-Ball (ages 3 and
4), Seniors (ages 13-16) and Big
League (ages 14-18).
Registration forms will be available
at the gym on registration days. Tryouts
are Feb. 4. No late registration.
Registration fee is $50 for one child, $45
for a second child, and $40 per addition-
al child. Participants must provide -a
copy of birth certificate, insurance card
and three proofs of residency. Anyone
interested in coaching will be subject to


a background check. For details, contact
the BAYA at 537-4549.
MGA TOURNEY: The Men's Golf
Association will hold a tournament Jan.
14 at Foxwood Country Club: Shotgun
start is at 8 a.m. Format is two-man
teams, international points based on one
net score per hole. The tournament will
have two flights, with teams drawn by
the tournament committee. Players must
register by 4 p.m. Jan. 13. Entry fee is
$10, with $2 for a skins game. Players
must be a member of Foxwood Country
Club and of the Men's Golf Association
to play.
BASEBALL TRYOUT: Baseball
players who will not turn 11 .until after
May 1, 2006, are invited to try out for
the 10U Raiders traveling baseball team.
Coaches include an all-conference
power hitter from Baylor and a World
Series pitcher from Florida State. For
more information, send name, age,
birthdate and telephone number to
sting2@cox.net.
BASKETBALL CAMP:
Applications are now being evaluated
for the Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp. The camp is by invita-
tion only for boys and girls ages 10-19.
Past participants include several current
and former NBA stars. College scholar-
ships are possible for players selected to
the All-American team. Camp locations
include Brisbane Park, Fla., Prescott,
Ariz., Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sterling,
Colo., Bridgeport, Conn., Gainesville,
Ga., Champaign, Ill., North Manchester,
Ind., Towson, Md., Ypsilanti, Mich.,
Glassboro, N.J., Schenectady, N.Y.,
Hickory, N.C., Lebanon, Tenn.,
Commerce, Texas, Blacksburg, Va.,
Lyndonville, Vt., and Beloit, Wisc. For a
free brochure, call (704) 373-0873.
MARATHON: The Pensacola
Marathon and Half Marathon is set for
6:30 a.m. Feb. 19.


Runners may register online at
www.pensacolamarathon.com, or visit
Running Wild, 106 S. Palafox Place in
Pensacola.
Entry fee during January is $55 for
the marathon and $45 for the half
marathon. Entry fee is February is $65
for the marathon and $55 for the half
marathon.
SOFTBALL TRYOUT: Tryouts
will be held for Shogun's 12U and 14U
traveling softball teams at 9 a.m. Jan. 7
at Pryor Middle School in Fort Walton
Beach, and at 2 p.m. Jan. 8 at Davidson
Middle School. For details, contact Ron
Wilson at (850) 683-1018, or Johnny
Eubanks at (850) 259-0034, or go to the
team Web site at
www.shogunsoftball.com.
SOCCER TRYOUT: The
Northwest Florida Soccer Club, the
Force, will hold open tryouts for the
spring season Jan. 8 at the Twin Oaks
soccer complex in Niceville at the
intersection of College Boulevard and
S.R. 85. Tryouts for UIl to U13 girls
are from 1-2:30 p.m. Tryouts for U14
to U15 boys and U14 to U17 girls are
from 2:30-4 p.m. Youth Academy play-
ers (U8 to U10 boys and girls) can try
out Monday and Wednesday evenings
from 5-6 p.m. starting Jan. 9. Force
coaches will be available to review
player skills and determine eligibility
for club membership. A $10 tryout fee
is required. Players are reminded to
bring cleats, a soccer ball, shin guards
and water. Additional information is
available at the club Web site,
www.nwfsoccer.com.
MEETINGS
SHOk RIVER MEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS:
Regular meetings of the Shoal River
Country Club Men's Golf Association
are held on the first Saturday of the
month at 6:30 a.m.


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Boys


Results
Choctaw Playground Shootout
Dec. 27
Crestview 60, Wildwood 46
Dec. 28
Starr's Mill (Ga.) 55, Crestview 48
Dec. 29
Crestview 63, Johnson County (Tenn.) 44
Dec.30
Fort Myers 88, Crestview 54
Freeport Christmas Blowout
Dec. 27
Mandeville (La.) 49, Laurel Hill 47
Dec.28
Laurel Hill 80, Sneads 66
Dec.29
Laurel Hill 92, Parkway Christian (Ala.) 57
Dec.30
Laurel Hill 61, North Florida Christian 45

Schedule
Thursday
Friday
'JtyafBaker, 6:15 p.'rt '
Crestview at Holmes County, 7:15 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Paxton, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 10
Baker at South Walton, 6:15 p.m.
Niceville at Crestview, 7:15 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Brad Reese, Laurel Hill 23.1
Kelll Peters, Crestview 20.5
Jeffery Reese, Laurel Hill 13.3
Kelley Parris, Crestvlaw 13.1
Trey Shipman, Laurel Hill 13.0
Stephen Shelley, Baker 9.1
Chad Donley, Baker 8.6
Chad Lawhon, Baker 7.9
Trey Hayes, Crestview 7.1
Austin Garrett, Laurel Hill 6.7
Zac Hamm, Laurel Hill 6.3
Rocky Stokes, Laurel Hill 5.8
Chase Jaramlllo, Crestview 5.3


Game of the Week
Mandeville (La.) 49, Laurel Hill 47
Dec. 27
The outcome didn't turn out the way the
Hoboes hoped, but this matchup in the first round
of the Freeport Christmas Blowout was the most'
competitive area game of the week. Laurel Hill
enjoyed a double-digit lead at halftime against the
tournament's defending champions, but the
Skippers rallied and scored the game-winning
points in the final minute. Mandeville went on to
finish second in the tournament. The Hoboes won
the consolation bracket.

Game to Watch
Baker at Crestview

The firsi meeting between Baer and '
, Crestview last season went to overtime. Wh'atwill '
the first meeting of this season bring? The
Bulldogs look to defend their home court in the
second half of the season. The young Gators
hope to show improvement after taking a break
for the holidays.

Player of the Week
Kelley Parris
Crestview
Parris continued his solid play with 65 points in
four games and strong rebounding during
Crestview's sixth-place finish at the
Choctawhatchee Playground Shootout. Parris
scored 22 points in the Dawgs' victory over Johnson
County (Tenn.) on Dec. 29. He led CHS with 21
points in a loss against Starr's Mill (Ga.).on Dec. 28.


PARms


Girls


Results
Choctaw Playground Shootout
Dec. 28
Grundy County (Tenn.) 49, Crestview 44
Dec.29
Trinity Catholic 51, Crestview 39
Dec.30
Crestview 33, South Pike (Miss.) 29
Lady Braves Classic
Dec.29
Baker 57, Bay 50
Dec.o30
Baker 52, Walton 40

Schedule
Thursday
Freeport at Baker, 6:45 p.m.
Friday
Baker at Ponce De Leon, 4:30 p.m.
Tale at Crestview, 6 p.m.
South Walton at Laurel Hill, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday
Crestview at Fort Walton Beach, 7 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 9
Laurel Hill at Baker, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan.10
Laurel Hill at Rocky Bayou, 7:15 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoaring average
Sally Feagins, Laurel Hill 14.8
Kendria Young, Baker 13.3
Tara Gainer, Crestview 12.8
Chelsea Combest, Baker 12.3
Mary Smith, Laurel Hill 11.8
Jamla Akins, Crestview 10.9
Amanda Cook, Baker 8.0
Joah McLaughlin, Laurel Hill 7.0
Uz Graham, Crestvlew 6.0
Nakla Bradshaw, Crestvlew 5.7
Ashley Archie, Crestvlew 5.1
Shawntla Blackahear, Crestvlew 4.6
Courtney Fountain, Baker 4.5
Chariene Watkins, Baker 4.5
Lashawnda Josey, Baker 3.0
Danlela Collins, Crestview 2.1


Boys District 1-5A
Team W
Fort Walton Beach 3
Choctawhatchee 3
Pace 2
NIceville 1
Tate 0
Crestview 0
Girls District 1-SA
Team W
Fort Walton Beach 4
Niceville 4
Choctawhatchee 3
Crestview 2
Tate 1
Pace 0


Game of the Week
Baker 57, Bay 50
Dec. 29
The Gators used a fast start to earn an
impressive victory against a Class 4A opponent.
Baker jumped ahead 22-8 after one quarter and
went on to the victory in the opening game of
the Lady Braves Classic at Walton. Chelsea
Combest led the Gators with 22 points. Baker
went on to win the tournament, defeating host
Walton in'the title game.

Game to Watch
Crestview at Fort Walton Beach
Saturday 7 p.m.
Crestview (7-9) gets another shot at unbeaten
Class 5A No. 9 Fort Walton Beach on Saturday.
The Dawgs played the Vikings tough on Dec. 6,
falling 45-33 despite the absence of some key per-
sonnel. CHS should be closer to full strength for
the rematch. Baker (10-2) also plays two key
games this week. The Gators can wrap up the No.
1 seed for the District 1-2A tournament with a win
Thursday against Freeport. Baker then challenges
Class 2A No. 11 Ponce De Leon (13-2) on Friday.

Player of the Week
Amanda Cook
Baker
Cook scored a season-high 21 points to lead
Baker to a 52-40 victory over Walton on Dec. 30
in the title game of the Lady Braves Classic.
Cook also contributed nine points to the Gators'
victory over Bay in the opening round,of the
tournament.


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


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Dr. Gainer 4
Rocky Bayou 3
Central 2
Paxton 1
East Hill 1
Escambla Charter 0


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT

OF AN ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THHAT ON Monday. January 9. 2006 at 6:00 p.m., at a Regular Council
meeting in the Council Chamber at City hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City Council of
the City of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinances #1221, #1222 and #1223 which are set forth by title as fol-
lows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1221.

AN ORDINANCE ANNEX-
ING TO THE CITY OF ORD#1221
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA,
CONTIGUOUS LANDS
DESCRIBED AS SET
FORTH HEREIN; PROVID-
ING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND
DESCRIPTION; PROVID-
ING FOR BOUNDARY; ,
PROVIDING FOR LAND 0
USE AND ZONING DESIG- >
NATION; PROVIDING FOR
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BASE, -LAND -USE- AND
-ZONING ,'MAPS; PROVID- ..-'
ING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH
THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


ORDINANCE NO. 1222 j.L L

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING
TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA,
CONTIGUOUS LANDS
DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH l
HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR
AUTHORITY; PROVIDING
FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; ORD # 1222
PROVIDING FOR BOUND- |
ARY; PROVIDING FOR
LAND USE AND ZONING U f,
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING II
FOR AMENDMENT TO THE I I
BASE, LAND USE AND ZON-
ING MAPS; PROVIDING I
FOR A COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING
FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE NO. 1223 V

AN ORDINANCE ANNEX-
ING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, -1
CONTIGUOUS LANDS C -. _
DESCRIBED AS SET FORTH
HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR
AUTHORITY; PROVIDING --
FOR LAND DESCRIPTION;
PROVIDING FOR BOUND- _T]-
ARY; PROVIDING FOR
LAND USE AND ZONING J z-
DESIGNATION; PROVID- ORD # 1223
ING FOR AMENDMENT TO I ---
THE BASE, LAND USE AND 11VY
ZONING MAPS; PROVID-
ING FOR A COMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PRO-
VIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABIL-
ITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

A copy of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street
in the City of Crestview, Florida, where it may be inspected by the public and interested parties, and interest-
ed parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discriminate upon the basis of any individual's dis-
ability status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in the Americans With Disabilities
Act to insure access to and participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (850)
682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate arrangements.

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

Janice F. Young
City Clerk

December 31, 2005


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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2006 CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN PAGE 5B


Bulletin! Board


BOYS BASKETBALL
Dec. 27
Crestview 60, Wildwood 46
Wildwood 8 6 20 12 46
Crestview 12 12 15 21 60
Crestview scoring Keli Peters 19,
Shawn Gilbert 16, Trey Hayes 9, Kelley
Parris 8, Isiah Boges 2, Skylar Armstrong 2,
Cameron McNair 2, Matt Sanders 2.
Mandeville (La.) 49, Laurel Hill 47
Laurel Hill 15 13 10 9 47
Mandeville 10 8 14 17 49
Laurel Hill scoring Trey Shipman 16,
Brad Reese 15, Jeffery Reese 7, Austin
Garrett 4, Zac Hamm 3, Rocky Stokes 2.
Dec. 28
Starr's Mill (Ga.) 55, Crestview 48
Crestview 8 20 6 14 48
Starr's Mill 20 8 8 19 55
Crestview scoring Kelley Parris 21,
Kelii Peters 13, Richard Moore 4, Shawn
Gilbert 4, Trey Hayes 4, Skylar Armstrong 2.
Laurel Hill 80, Sneads 66
Sneads 12 23 15 16 66
Laurel Hill 16 12 27 25 80
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 31,
Austin Garrett 19, Jeffery Reese 14, Trey
Shipman 13, Timaria McKay 3.
Dec. 29
Crestview. 63, Johnson County (Tenn.) 44
Crestview 7 15 16 25 63
Johnson County 6 14 14 10 44
Crestview scoring Kelil Peters 24,
.Kelley Parris 22, Matt Sanders 7, Trey Hayes
4,. Chase Jaramilld 3, Cameron McNair 2,
trr English.1.
Laurel Hill 92, Parkway Christian (Ala.) 57
Parkway Christian 11 13 17 16 57
Laurel Hill. 19 22 19 32 92
1 Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 24,
'Jeffery Reese 24, Trey Shipman 10, Timaria
McKay 8, Austin Garrett 7, Wyatt Lee 5, Rocky
Stpkes,4, Isaiah Raite 4, Zac Hamm 2, Austin
Stucki 2, Daren Weekley 1, Zack Sledge 1;
Dec. 30
Fort Myers 88, Crestview 54
Fort Myers 19 14 25 30 88
Crestview 10 18 8 18 54
Crestview scoring Kelley Parris 14,
Kelii Peters 11, Trey Hayes 8, Matt Sanders 6,
Cameron McNair 6, Chase Jaramillo 5, Tim
English 2, Isiah Boges 1, Skylar Armstrong 1.
Laurel Hill 61, North Florida Christian 45
NFC 14 8 13 10 61
Laurel Hill 27 16 9 9 61
Laurel Hill scoring Brad Reese 20,
Trey Shipman 12, Zac Hamm 11, Jeffery
Reese 9, Austin Garrett 3, Rocky Stokes 3,
Isaiah Raite 3.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Dec. 28
Grundy County (Tenn.) 49, Crestvlew 44
Grundy County 7 12 20 10 49
Crestview 16 8 12 8 44
Crestview scoring -.Jamia Akins 14,
Liz Graham 13, Shawntia Blackshear 8,
Nakia Bradshaw 4, Ashley Amrchie 2, Tera
Gainer 2, Lakaron Thomas 1.
Dec. 29
Trinity Catholic 51, Crestvlew 39
Trinity Catholic 7 14 16 14 51
Crestview 6 14 8 11 39
Crestview scoring .- Nakia Bradshaw
12, Ashley Archie 9, Jamia Akins 7, Shawntia


Blackshear 4, Liz Graham 4, Tera Gainer 2,
Candice Dorsey 1.
Baker 57, Bay 50
Baker 22 13 12 10 57
Bay 8 15 9 19 50
Baker scoring Chelsea Combest 22,
Kendria Young 12, Amanda Cook 9, Lauryn
Hetrick 5, Charlene Watkins 5, Courtney
Fountain 3, Sam Gronberg 1.
Dec. 30
Crestvlew 33, South Pike (Miss.) 29
Crestview 2 9 13 9 33
South Pike 1 10 7 11 29
Crestview scoring Jamia Akins 15,
Liz Graham 10, Ashley Archie 5, Tera Gainer
1, Lakaron Thomas 1, Shawntia Blackshear
1.
Baker 52, Walton 40
Baker 14 13 18 7 52
Walton 4 18 8 10 40
Baker scoring Amanda Cook 21,
Kendria Young 12, Chelsea Combest 9,
Charlene Watkins 4, Courtney Fountain 3,
Lashawnda Josey 2, Samantha Gronberg

BOYS SOCCER
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L
Niceville 7 0
Choctawhatchee 5 1
Fort Walton Beach 3 4
Tate 3 4
Pace 2 4
Crestview 1 8
GIRLS SOCCER
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L T
Niceville 8 0 0
Fort Walton Beach 6 2 0
Chbctawhatchee 6' 2 1
Pace 3 4 ,1
Tate 2 8 0
Crestview. 0 9 0
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Dec. 29
1st place (7 under) Chad Salter,
Darrell Salter, Nell Locke, Aaron Daniel.
2nd place (6 under) George Holland,
Howard Mitchell, Jimmy Johnson, Mike
Rees-Evans.
3rd place (5 under) Louis Hale, John
Wacholz, Neil Thompson, Werth Pittman.
4th place (3 under) Dale Anderson,
Lavaughn Dorman, Dave Hinnant, Jerry
Smyrt, Brian Kamrowski.
Sunday Lowball
Jan. 1
1st place (13 under) Dennis Brooks,
Eric Zimmerman, Ron Magruder, Bob
Snyder.
2nd place (10 under) Max Carver,
Brian Humphrey, Don Widmaier, John Shaw,
Shawn Borden.
3rd place (10 under) Brandon
Mobley, David Smith, Nick Nolin, Mark
Anderson.
4th place (9 under) Chester
Highsmith, Jesse Dennis, Richard Lawson,
Joe Belanger.
The next Thursday Lowball is Thursday
at 8 a.m. The next Sunday Lowball is
Sunday at noon. Call (850) 682-2012 for
details.


Baker

Girls
basketball
Baker claimed
the title at the
Walton Lady Brave Classic with
victories over Bay and host
Walton.
Quick starts keyed the
Gators' victories. Baker led by
double digits after the first quar-
ter in both games.
Amanda Cook scored a sea-
son-high 21 points, and Kendria


Young added 12 as the Gators
topped the Braves 52-40 in the
tourney title game on Dec. 30.
Young and Chelsea Combest
were named to the all-tourney
team.
Baker (10-2) extended its
winning streak to six games. The
Gators can wrap up the No. 1
seed in the District 1-2A tourna-
ment and an automatic berth
in the FHSAA playoffs with a
home win Thursday against
Freeport. Baker topped the
Bulldogs 57-28 earlier this sea-
son.



First class


Laurel Hill

Boys
basketball
Laurel Hill (11-1)
bounced back from
a disappointing loss against
Mandeville (La.) in the opening
round of the Christmas Blowout
at Freeport.
The Hoboes went on the
claim the consolation bracket title
with easy victories over Sneads,
Parkway Christian (Ala.) and
North Florida Christian.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Gordon Martial Arts' Gregory Bledsoe (front) leads a group Monday during the first night of
classes at GMA's new facility. The new building is located behind Hideaway Pizza and across
from First National Bank of Crestview, and covers, 5,000 square feet.


Brad Reese scored 31 points
in Laurel Hill's ,80-66 win against
Sneads on Dec. 28.
Reese and his sophomore
brother, Jeffery, both scored 24
points as LHS knocked off
Parkway Christian 92-57 on Dec
29.
Brad Reese scored 20 more
points as the Hoboes beat North
Florida Christian 61-45 in the
consolation championship game
Dec. 30.
Brad Reese was Laurel Hill's
lone selection to the all-tourna-
ment team.


REPORT

from page 1B
Alabama Community College
Conference play) entering the
holiday break.
Eric Flinchum (Crestview
'02) won by technical fall in the
197-pound weight class to help
his University of the
Cumberlands (Ky.) wrestling
team defeat Cumberland
University (Tenn.) 48-0 on Dec.
6.
Flinchum maintained the No.
1 ranking in his weight class in
the NAIA national individual
rankings, according to
TheWrestlingMall,com.
Cumberlands is listed in third
place in the NAIA national team
rankings.

The College Report runs on the
first Wednesday of the month. To
report news of former local athletes
playing college sports, contact
News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle
Wright at (850) 682-6524, or email
kjwright28@yahoo.com.



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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2006











CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN / CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 2006


Fugitives wanted by Crime Stoppers


1-888-654-TIPS


Shooting incident
Crime Stoppers and Florida Fish,.and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)
is, seeking information about subjects
involved in a shooting incident on March
22 2004. '
The incident began about 1:15 a.m.,
while Officer Jason Marlow was working
.ir a wooded area of Santa Rosa County,
near the FWC-operated Blackwater
Fisheries Research and Development
Center..
The officer noticed a blue. late 1980s or
early 1990s model vehicle, possibly a
Chevrolet Catalier, with at least two male
occupants. The license tag in the rear win-
dow was not clearly visible.
Officer Marlow activated the blue lights
of his patrol vehicle in an attempt to stop
the car. The driver did not stop. but contin-.
ued traveling along the dirt road through
the woods and onto Bob Pius Road. The
driver then stopped the car. Marlow posi-
tioned his patrol vehicle behind the car and
stepped out, directing the driver to remain
in the car.
The driver, from inside the car, fired
several shots, probably from a handgun. at
Marlow. One bullet passed through the left
corner of the officer's blue light bar, direct-
ly above.the steering wheel. Another bullet
passed through the window glass of the
open patrol truck door beside Marlow.
Marlow. uninjured, crossed the road to
his left, firing five rounds as he moved. He
jumped over a metal pipe gate, and took
cover.



Pharmacy burglar
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers will pay
a cash reward to the anonymous caller who
helps authorities identify the burglar(s).
who took several controlled substances
from the Health Smart Pharmacy located at
5809 North State Road 189 in Baker at
about 5:30 on the morning pf,5dly,"
Februamary 16, 2004r,- -...- -
"",'"'"The bur'glhr' ilered the biusnes .by
forced entry to the front door, activating
the alarm, and took several containers, of
prescription medication. The burglar is
described as a white mad. wearing a ball
cap, jacket and blue jeans. Witnesses
noticed a gray extended cab pickup truck
parked in front of the pharmacy at the time
of the burglary.



Meadors hit and

run information
-""Cash till be awarded to the anonymous
I 'aller v ho leads authorities to the driver of
yI 'yehicle that struck a killed and 15-year-
old girl in Destin. An addiuonal $5,000 has
bgen raised by the % ictim's mother as a
bonus reward. Okaloosa County Sheriff
SiCadie Moms has also offered a $1,000
e towardd. bringing the total reward amount
to $7,000 for information that helps lax%-
men find the drner of the hit and run vehi-
d cle.
On August 10. 2002, Michelle Meadors
of I"ouisville. Kentucky uas struck by a
pickup truck that ran off of U.S. Highway
98. in Destin and onto the sidewalk.
bji helle died from her injuries the follovw-
Id'iday. The truck that struck her continued
eastbound and left the area without stop-
ping. Witnesses.describe the vehicle as a
S,. ll size pickup truck with extended cab,
'aid)pulling a small boat on a trailer.



Additional $5,000

offered on robbery
Crime Stoppers will pay a cash
reward to an anonymous caller who
helps investigators identify the man
who robbed the Vanguard Bank located
at 4300 East State Road 20 in Niceville
at approximately 11:00 a.m. on
Monday, Nov. 29, 2004. An additional
$5,000 reward has also been offered for
information that helps lawmen find the
robber. ,
The robber entered the. bank and
stated to a bank teller thai a man was
waiting outside to blow up the bank.
.He is described as a clean-shaven while
male with light skin and a medium
Build, between 'five feet four and five
feet six inches tall. He appeared to be
approximately thirty years of age and
was wearing a dark gray ski cap, black
sunglasses, and a Hawaiian shirt with a
gray undershirt.
If you have information, please con-
tact Investigator Monty Easterday .at
(850) 609-2000


Winton Darquan Allen, B/m 06-
12-83 22 years old, 6'0" 160
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Battery on Law
Enforcement Officer & Grand
Theft Auto. LKA: FWB


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John Christopher Freese, W/m 10-
28-65 38 years old. 6'04" 300
pounds. Brown Hair Hazel Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Aggravated Assault (2
counts). LKA: Niceville

















Joseph Peter Alegata, W/m 04-15-
70 35 years old, 5'06" 150
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Burglary, Grand Theft,
Fraudulent use of Credit Card &
battering Fdrged Inotrruie6tr


Charles Leonard Ridge, Jr. W/m
10-28-55 49 years old, 6'0" 220
pounds Brown Hair Hazel Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Fraudulent Use of
Credit Card & Grand Theft:
LKA: Pensacola


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 011-13-72 33
years old. !5'01" 100 pounds
Blonde Hair Green Eyes. Fel:
VOP-Poss. of Controlled
Substance & Poss. of
Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


Michael Travis Findley, W/m 07-
03-75 30 years old, 5'11" 285
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP- Felony Criminal
Mischief. LKA: Defuniak
Springs







A9LW


Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m
06-09-72, 33 years old, 5'08"
132 pounds Brown Hair Blue
Eyes. Fel: VOP- Possession of
Controlled Substance. LKA:
Crestview


Walter Lee Nickson, B/m 06-23-
51 54 years .old. 5'07" 140
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP- Aggravated Assault
by Threat


Charles Kenton Lane, W/m 04-
28-56 49 years old, 5'07" 170
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Failure to Register as a
Sexual Offender. LKA: FWB


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William Buren Collins, W/m 11-
03-54 51 years old, 5'07" 155
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP Poss. of Cocaine &
Sale of Counterfeit Cont.
Substance. LKA: FWB


.. -Naomi Thompson Clark, W/f 11-
22-58 46 years old, 4'11" 120
Decameron Terante Howard, B/m pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
05-13-85 20 years old, 5'11" 170 Fel: VOP-Poss. Of Cocaine
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Scheming to Defraud, Grand
Theft & Worthless Check, LKA:
FWB


Charles Timothy Osborne, W/m
01-27-60 45 years old, 5'10" 140
pounds Brown Hair Hazel Eyes.
Fel: Dealing in Stolen Property.
LKA:, FWB,


Jason D. Jones, B/M, black hair,
brown eyes. 27 years old (06-06-
78), 6 ft. tall, 175 lbs. Violation
of probation on original charge of
arson.


Russell Wayne Stephens, W/m
07-05-75 30 years old, 6'08" 240
pounds. Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Burglary of Structure
& Grand Theft .


David Randall Bessent, W/m 10-
19-56, 49 years old, 5'11" 180
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: FTA- Trafficking in Stolen
Property


Kenneth Charles McCoy, W/m
11-01-57 47 years old, 6'0" 260
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Lewd & Lascivious
Acts upon a Child. LKA: FWB


Richard Charles Nunn, Jr., W/m
05-11-76 29 years old. 6'02" 230
pounds Shaved Head Blue Eyes.
Fel: Poss. of Controlled
Substance & Poss. of Marijuana
& PCP with Intent to Sell


Bryan Eugene Carter, B/m 02-18- Dominique Lawrence White,
80 25 years old, 6'0" 185 pounds W/m 02-27-73 32 years old, 6'01"
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: 174 pounds Black Hair Dark
Aggravated Battery & Burglary Eyes. Fel: VOP-False
with Assault. LKA: FWB Imprisonment. LKA: Destin


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m 06-
21-62 43 years old. 5'06", 250
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA:
Baker


Ayohua "Fausto" Tehuintle AKA
Luis Hernandez, H/n 11-19-74
31 years old, 5'08" '50 pounds.
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Murder


Donald Ray Alford, W/m 03-27-
66 39 years old, 5'07" 180
pounds Brown Hair Green Eyes.
Fel: Aggravated Battery &
Resisting Arrest without
Violence. LKA: Crestview


Vonsha Montrez Marshall, B/m
02-13-82 23 years old, 6'01" 180
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Lewd & Lascivious
Exhibition, Lewd and Lascivious
Molestation, Sexual Performance
by a child, Showing Pornography
to a Minor & Contributing to the
Delinquency of a Minor.


Dexter Lewis, B/m 11-21-71 34
years old, 5'09" Black Hair
Brown Eyes. Wanted for involve-
ment in to armed robberies in
FWB area.-LKA: FWB


Derrick Lamont Newman, B/m
09-21-72 33 years old. 6'02" 180
pound Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP- Aggravated Assault &
Resisting Arrest without Violence


Tony Lee Locklear, W/m 06-18-
77 28 years old. 5'10" 140 pounds
Brown Hair Hazel Eyes. Fel:
VOP-Robbery & Battery. LKA:
Mary Esther
1vJnu3oJ seaoo0ib i .oob rlJuoS Mnoil


Charles Lace Surry, W/m 01-15-
63 42 years old, 5'10" 195
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Grand Theft.


Catherine Murray AKA Cathy
Walters, W/f 07-29-54 51 years
old, 5'04" Blonde Hair. Fel:
Grand Theft LKA: DeFuniak
Springs


Anzio Fernique Camper, B/m 07-
30-79 26 years old, 6'01" 230
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Battery. LKA: FWB

NOT PICTURED: Michael
R. McConnel, W/m 06-21-61
44 years old, 5'09" 160
pounds Brown Hair Hazel
Eyes. Fel: Grand Theft, Fraud
& Exploitation of the Elderly.
LKA: Shalimar


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Community Calendar


THE CNB CALENDAR
If your organization has a regularly
scheduled standing meeting that you would
like to see in our calendar, please mail it to the
Crestview News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it to 682-
2246; or e-mail us at
okpublishing@crestviewibulletin.com. Please
label all correspondence: "Atin 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
CITIZENS 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 Shreet 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
international non-profit support group
for at-home mothers, including those
who have home-based businesses or


who work part-time but are home with
their children during the day, has start-
ed a new chapter in the Crestview
area.
The MOMS Club of Crestview has
monthly meetings with speakers and
discussions, park playdays, holiday
family outings, outings for mothers and
their children, and activity groups like
playgroups, cooking club, a monthly
MOMS Night Out, and babysitting
copps. We also do service 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 mothers 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 infor-
mation.
MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOL-
ERS 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 meetings. The group web
site address is www.MOPS.org. Call
682-9416 for information.
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 joining should contact
Jack Howell at 683-0412 or Tom Burns
at 682-3992.
The GOLD WING ROAD RID-
ERS ASSOCIATION (OWRRA),


Chapter FL 1-0 gets together every
third Saturday morning for breakfast at
8 a.m. and a meeting at 9 a.m. in the
Rec. Center at Central Baptist Church.
Dedicated to the group motto "Friends
for fun, safety, and knowledge," mem-
bers enjoy the freedom of belonging to
a nonprofit, nonreligious, and nonpolit-
ical organization. There are over
80,000 members worldwide, and all
motorcycles and owners are welcome
to join. For information, call Billy
Mason at 689-2280 or Jack Birge at
682-3650.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple), locat-
ed at 971 West James Lee Blvd., has
bingo games every Thursday night.
The club also offers three $250 jack-
pots. Call Larry Dumpert at 683-0733,
or stop by.
The CRESTVIEW COMPUTER
CLUB workshop is held every second
Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the
OWCC Crestview Campus in room
303. The second meeting is held every
third Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at
the New Bethel Methodist Church,
5984 N. Hwy. 85, Crestview.
Contact Dottie Shoaf at 682-191.1
(deedot41 @bsc.net) or Virgil Talbott at
682-6340 (mailman325@yahoo.com).
BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB You
may call Hilda Ard (537-4642) or
Amarene Griffith (537-3791) for more
information.
The CRESTVIEW AREA CHAM-
BER OF COMMERCE holds its
monthly breakfast meeting on the first
Thursday of each month starting at
7:00 a.m: at the Recreational
Outreach Center directly behind
Central Baptist Church.


ELKS LODGE meets first and
third Thursdays at 127 Pine Avenue in
Crestview-Phone 682-2110.
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
Central Panhandle (serving Walton,
Okaloosa, and South Santa Rosa
Counties) meetings are held the sec-
ond Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
in Crestview and the fourth Tuesday of
each monthTat 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 speak-
ers 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, Crestview Chapter #203 holds
their regular monthly meetings on the
first and third Thursday of each month.
Meetings are held at 404 Garden
Street and start at 7:30 p.m.


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
information and to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer support


group, the PINK RIBBON PALS
meets every second Thursday of the
month at 6 p.m. in the Health
Resource Center, 127 Redstone
Avenue, Suite A, in Crestview. For
more information please call Jody
Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty
Weeden at 682-7848.
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 affil-
iated; local advisory board. Call 796-
3277 for information.

WEIGHT LOSS
WEIGHT WATCHERS meets
every Thursday at the First United
Methodist Church, 599 Eighth Avenue,
Crestview. Room 212. Registration
and weigh in begins at 5 p.m., meeting
follows. Come join us.

COUNTY, CITY &
POLITICAL
ORGANIZATIONS
A member of Congressman
ALLEN BOYD'S (D-North Florida)
staff will be visiting Destin on the sec-
ond Thursday of every month so the
people of Okaloosa County have the
opportunity to personally discuss
issues concerning them.
.* The REPUBLICAN CLUB OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY meetings. The
group regularly meets on the fourth*
Thursday of the month. For general
information on the Republican Club,
please contact Marvin Brigman at 609-
3341.


The LAUREL HILL VOLUNTEER
FIRE DEPARTMENT holds its regular
monthly meetings on 'the second
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in
the Fire Department office located in
the Laurel Hill City Hall. Drills are at 9
a.m. on the Saturdays following the
meetings.
The NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the third
Thursday of each month at the fire sta-
tion 83, located at 5241 Highway 4 in
Milligan. Each meeting begins at 7:00
p.m.
The OKALOOSA WALTON
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally meets
on the third Thursday of the month at
the Niceville Community Center, 204
North Partin Drive (SR 285) at 3:00
p.m. To confirm the meeting date and
location, call 1-800-226-8914 ext. 213.
The LAUREL HILL CITY COUN-
CIL meets on the first Thursday of
each month at City Hall on State Road
85N In Laurel Hill. Each session starts
at 7:00 p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUNTEER
FIRE DISTRICT holds their monthly
business and commissioners meeting
on the second Thursday night of each
month at the fire station.

DANCING
MODERN SQUARES OF
CRESTVIEW, square dancing every
Thursday night at the Davidson Middle
School Cafeteria on Old Bethel Road
at 7 p.m. Caller Berion Graham. All
dancers and visitors welcome. Need
more information? Call 652-4414, 682-
3414, or 682-2698.


* Public Notices


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

CASE NO.: 2005-CA-538C
CHARLOTTE T. FRYE,
N/K/A CHARLOTTE T. SANDERS,
PLAINTIFF
v.
STEPHEN G. FRYE, MICHELLE
L. FRYE, ALTA ONE FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION,C. THOMAS
HOLLAND AND CHARMEL
FOWLER-FOWLER'S SEPTIC
TANKS,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pur-
suant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure 'dated
December 6, 2005 in the above-
styled cause, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the
front South door, Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James Lee Blvd.
East, Crestview, Okaloosa County,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on January 6,
2006 the following described prop-
erty:
Begin at the Northeast comer
of Section 6, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, Okaloosa County,
Florida, thence South 210 feet,
thence West 210 feet to Point of
Beginning, thence South 315 feet,
thence West 210 feet, thence North
315 feet, thence East 210 feet to
Point of Beginning.
Dated this 6th day of
December, 2005.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Court


By: Kitty Sims


By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true
and correct copy of the foregoing
Notice of Sale was mailed on 6
day of December, 2005 to:
Michele Frye, 2621 Victoria
Place, Crestview, FL 32536
Stephen Frye, 1726 N. Pearl St.,
Crestview FL 32536
Alta One Federal Credit Union, .
P.O. Box 1209, Ridgecrest, CA
93556
Charmel Fowler Fowler's
Septic Tanks, 5363 Fairchild
Rd., Crestview, FL 32539
C. Thomas Holland, 596 N.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536
Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
12/14/05
12/21/05
12/28/05
01/04/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 05-CA-4464-S-JT
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A,,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE C-BASS
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
ASSET BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005-RPI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRYAN D. HUGHES, et al,
Defendantss.


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BRYAN D. HUGHES
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
150 Bent Arrow Drive, Unit 15
Destin, Fl 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
150 Bent Arrow Drive, Unit 15
Destin, Fl 32541
BRANDY L. COLLINS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
150 Bent Arrow Drive, Unit 15
Destin, Fl 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
150 Bent Arrow Drive, Unit 15
Destin, FI 32541
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES AMY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, -GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in
OKALOOSA County, Florida
LOT 15, BLOCK "C", MAGNOLIA
PARK, PHASE 2, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 18
AT PAGE 61, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIQA.


has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, on
or before February 1, 2006, on
Echevearria, Codilis &
Stawiarski4ski, Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is 9119 Corporate
Lake Drive, Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file the original
with this Court either before ser-
vice on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crestview News
Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 21st day of
December, 2005.
Don W.. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
*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 Ease, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone number
(850) 689-5000, Extension 7497,
prior to the proceeding, or
Shalimar (850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
12/28/05
01/04/06
01/11/06
01/18/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 05-CA-3561-C
DIVISION: WFS
SECRETARY OF VETERANS
AFFAIRS,
an Office of the United States of
America,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAWN BREWER, a single person;
JOHN DOE BREWER, Unknown
spouse, of DAWN BREWER;
RESURGENT CAPITAL SER-
VICES, L.P., a foreign limited part-
nership; COLUMBIA OF PINEL-
LAS COUNTY, INC., a Florida
corporation f/k/a NORTH
OKALOOSA MEDICAL CENTER;
UNKNOWN TENANTSS; any
unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other claiming by,
through, under and against DAWN
BREWER,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAWN BREWER, a single
person; JOHN DOE BREWER,
Unknown spouse of DAWN
BREWER; UNKNOWN
TENANT(S); any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, or other
claiming by, through, under and
against DAWN BREWER, current
residence unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in Okaloosa
County, Florida:
Lot 18, Block B,
JERNIGAN SUBDI
VISION NO. 2,


according to Plat
thereof on file in Plat
Book 3, page 26, in
the Office of the
Circuit Court,
Okaloosa County,
' Florida.

has been filed against you and
others and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses; If any, to it on Rachel
McClelland, Esquire, Attorney for
Plaintiff, P.O. Box 6279,
Jacksonville, Florida 32236,
January 31, 2006 and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
The Court Administrators Office,
as soon as possible (850-689-
5000),or if hearing impaired, 1-
800-95-877i1 (TTED) or 1-800-955-'
8770(V), via Florida Relay Service.
Date this 20th day of December,
2005.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
12/28/05
01/04/06
01/11/06
01/18/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


File No. 05-1401
Division CPS-JRH
IN RE: ESTATE OF KATIE
MOODY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
KATIE MOODY, deceased, whose
date of death was Oct. 26,2005 is
pending in the Circuit Court for.
Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate
Division: File Number 05-1401:
the address of which is RP.O.
Drawer 1359, Crestview, FL
32536-1359. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedents
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a copy of
this notice, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE -- .
LATER OF THREE(3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS-
NOTICE..
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE.
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: 28TH
DECEMBER, 2005.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:


PHIL VAN HOUTEN
Attorney
Florida Bar NO. 207241
606 Powell Drive
P.O. Box 189
Niceville, Fl 32588-0189
Telephone: (850)678-6532
Personal Representative:
Ronald L. Mathews
1722 23rd Street
Niceville, FL 32578
12/28/05
01/04/06


Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion January 18, 2005 at 9 A.M. for
the following described vehicles:
1992 Chevy S10
VIN # 1GCCS14A2N8107804
1992 Nissan Pathfinder
VIN # JN8Hd17SONW006233
1986 Chevy truck
VIN # 2GCdC14HOG1125898
The actiddon will be held atf56 W.
James Lee Blvd., -Crestview,
Florida. Crestview Paint and Body
has the right to turn down any and
all bids.
01/04/06

PUBLIC NOTICE
A working group of the North
Okaloosa Board of Fire
Commissioners will meet on
January 5, at 7:00 p.m. at the
Milligan Fire Station (5241 Highway
4) to discuss the NOFD Policy:
Payroll. The public is invited to
attend.
.01/04/06


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'Welcomes Saflly Godwin
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Walk-ins Welcome
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Our name is the only change!
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Why Wait?

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Family members can be spared the heavy burden of
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090 Announcements
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102 Drivers
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110 Labor
112 Management
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General Help

$ ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST $
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. in this
area. Labor Find-
ers needs youl
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699
GREAT P-T JOB
Van washer for
Crestview -$8.50
hour evenings must
be over 21 850-932-
5935
OPERATOR NEED-
ED! No Exp. neces-
sary. Day Shift apply
in person. Custom
Production Inc. Call
689-2889
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 1 st year.
120Professional
TWIN HILLS Learn-
ing Center has an
opening for a care
giver/teacher. Call
689-1663


110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
114
Medical
CNA'S NEEDED
11am to 7pm 3 to
11, 7am to 7pm on
weekends Call 423-
1228
MEDICAL RECEP-
TIONIST needed
Experience prefere-
able. 8am to 7pm
Mon. through Thur.:
682-6143
116
Office Work
RECEPTIONIST:
ACCOUNTING and
tax knowledge help-
ful, Ph. 682-2040 for
appointment.
George. Scott, 317
N. Main St. Crest-
view Fl. 32536

122
Retail
FULL/PART TIME
sales associate
needed for gift & col-
lectable shop in
D e s t i n
Fax2053682720536
827 Resume to
(850) 796-1123


315
Business Services
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266

LICENSED
COURIER
SERVICE
General pick-up,
de-liveries, phar-
macy, priority doc-
uments. Distance
fees
negotiable.
Need Help?
423-1440
TEAR OUT old
driveways, replace
side walks, some
stamp work. Afforda-
ble price. Licensed
and Insured, 850-
376-4304
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075

320
Child Care
REGISTERED
HOME Child Care,
now accepting chil-
dren ages One to
Four. Call 683-1515
or 803-3812
325
Domestic
IF .YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Cyestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 533-0520


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SINGLE WHITE
male 70 185lbs. 5'9"
brown hair and
eyes. Owns home
and retired from US
Government. Look-
ing for nice slender
white small lady
about same age that
has a sense of hu-
mor and owns
home. If not, that's
okay. Send photo,
phone and a few
lines about yourself
to JB, Box 876
Crestview Fl. 32536


102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
No experience re-
quired Werner En-
terprises has imme-
diate openings for
entry level semi
drivers. Our avg.
drivers earn more
than $36K first year.
60% of our drivers
get home
nightly/weekly. 15 -.
day CDL training
available in your
area. Call today 1-
866-280-5309
Driver- Dedicated
Regional
NEW PAY *
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TRANSPORT
Home Every
Weekend
Guaranteed!
Avg. $707 $1077
Week
65% Preloaded
Pretarped
Sunday Calls
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Repair
ALL TYPES OF
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REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after,
hours 682-2844
337
Concrete
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
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experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
Ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
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CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,'
Robert ,Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


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CHUCK
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Power Washing-
Residential & Com-
mercial, Honest
work. References
available. 682-0011
or 259-6998








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
HANDY D'S 25
years' experience,
no job too small.
Home, repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066
HANDY MAN serv-
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repairs. 850-682-48









WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home. main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. 537-
9955/259-6170


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Home Repair

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

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

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


340
Home Repair

W I N D.H A M
CONST. For all
home repair,
Decks, Fences,
Carports, Utility
sheds, patios, trim,
window & door re-
placement, Free
estimates Good
Service. Licensed
and insured. Call
today! 537-8810 or
546-1177

342
Land Clearing

TREE
SERVICE
& STUMP
GRINDING-
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CEDAR TREE
SERVICE
109 East John Sims
Pkwy Niceville Fl.
82578 Free esti-
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insured 259-9561 /
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LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
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Quality Lawn Care with
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LUNCH SPECIAL


Drivers Needed
Rinker 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:
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CRESTVIEW, FL 32539


342
Land Clearing
FOR HIRE Bushog-
ging, leveling, back-
hoe, post hole drill-
ing, front end loader,
will haul. Garden till-
ing, tractor work and
carpentry work of
any type, including
vinyl siding 682-
1045, daytime 682-
2880 after 5:30, Cell
978-0363


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423-0416


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Crestvlew
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Good Starter home for
young couple of if you
are wanting to down
size. Victorian style 3
bdrm 1 1/2 bath,
fenced back yard, yard
bldg, open deck and
more. $134,900

Looking for 3.41 ac to
build that dream home.
Existing trailer in good
condition and on a
cleared 1 ac. Deep
well pump, a/c unit
replaced this year, and
fenced yard. $149,900

Comer lot, two car
garage, fenced in yard
and lots of comfort in
this 3/2 home. Open
floor plan for
entertaining or cozying
up to the fireplace
with family. $169,900

Completely remodeled
in well established
neighborhood this 3/2
-.. home-ona- .- -
approximately-1 ac. -
All brick with some
wood trim, new
appliances, and more.
$195,000

Reduced! This 2000 sq
ft 3/2 home on half
acre in well
established
neighborhood is just
waiting for you. All
brick, circle drive
ceramic tile and
carpet. A must see!
$230,000

Spacious home in
quiet neighborhood
north of I-10 this 5/3
2380 sq ft house is
waiting for a new
family. Home warranty
and all appliances
convey to include
washer and dryer.-
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opportunity. $275,000



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THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
Randi Rd., Crestview.
New construction just
off Mt. Olive Rd., Nice,
level one acre lot with
3BR 2BA, split floor plan
with dbl garage. House
should be finished in
Feb. $220,000.
217 Whiteoak Ave.,
Crestview. This 3/2/3
home is truly a show
place. Ceramic tile
throughout foyer, family
room, hallways, laundry
room, into the kitchen
and both bathrooms.
Plenty of cabinets in
kitchen, with island.
Florida room, 16x32
custom-built screened In
kdney shaped pool.
$299,000
2811 Phil Tyner Rd.,
Crestview. All brick cus-
tom home on a beautiful
level lot. Many
upgrades, high ceiling
living room, electric cor-
ner fireplace, crown
modling, formal dining
room, whirlpool tub in
master bedroom plus
separate marble shower,
3 generous size bed-
rooms $359,000
6609 Lynwood Jackson
J9 P0 er 4BR 3BA -
.completely-renoviated
throughout. 2 new A/C
units, new metal roof,
new flooring, new paint,
2 extra large septic
tanks, sits on 5 acres.
Wood flooring through-
out. Wood burning fire
place in family room.
Wet bar and hot tub in
Great Room which over-
looks open fields behind
the home. Also, large
brick barn with stalls,
19x23 workshop and
35x12 completed loft.
$379,000
5856 Calumet Ct.,
Crestview. 4BR 3BA
upgraded custom home
on cul-de-sac. Side
entry garage, tile in
foyer, living room, dining
room, breakfast room,
kitchen and all baths.
Gas fireplace In living
room. Master bedroom
opens into 21x18 back
porch. Kitchen has cus-
tom cabinets with gran-
ite countertops and built
in desk. ( and 10 ft. ceil-
ings throughout. Marble
baths and showers. 450
sq. ft. Lanai. This home
is a must see and won't
last long. $398,500.



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LIKE NEW 4/3 HOME with over 2,500 sqft of living
space. Fireplace, screen porch and more in
Crestview.


360
Miscellaneous

SOUTH
ALABAMA
METAL
SALES
We specialize in
painted metal
roofing, pole
barns, metal
trusses, metal
purlins,
Insulation &
portable
Buildings
888-656-1882


CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $40 daily
$200 weekly
Furnished efficiency
$225 weekly 682-
4466


Ken Wright
Realtor
50) 582-6442
ightjr@earthlink.net


Fallene Morgan
850-368-8180
fallene@earthlink.net


PRESERVES OF
CAMPTON
Now taking

reservations!

Crestview Area.

Call Fallene Morgan

for more information,
850-368-8180.










WATER OAKS

5 Lots & 12

pre-construction

town homes.

Santa Rosa Beach

Call Fallene Morgan

for more information,

850-368-8180.


Zoned Rural
22.9 Acres Residential
Crestview


Riechs


Call the Platinum Team at 850.496.4838 or 850.582.6442


452
Apartments

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
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.

454
Commercial


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454
Commercial

1000 SQUARE foot
office building. 398
Garden Street.
$1200 per month.
682-5660 or 682-
0791

2 OFFICE Spaces
for rent in Southgate
office complex, con-
venient -to shopping
and schools. 1
space $700. per
month. 1 space
$625 per month for
more information
call (850) 682-3939

OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
Florala Commercial
office Building for
Rent- Approx. 750
Sq. Ft. New renova-
tion, prime location-
Downtown Main
Street. Call for more
info Call: 888-267-
7105 or 888-267-
1643

456
Homes


456
Homes

2 AND 3 bedroom
homes. $650 to
$850. NO pets. 682-
1972
2002 CUSTOM
Country Home 3/2
garage North Crest-
view $1200 rent/ de-
posit NO smoking 1
yr. lease. 865-2593
4 BD. 2 ba. 2834
Atoka Tr. $1,600
month, $1,500. DD
available immediate-
ly Call 689-2975

3/BR.-1 .1/2BA
HOUSE, half/acre
large fenced yard.
Shoffner Rd. C/H/A.
1 Yr. Lease. NO
Pets $650./$650.
DD 850-834-4767
3BR / 2 ba. House
w/garage, on large
lot work shed includ-
ed, $950 security
deposit, $1,100
month 1 year lease,
credit check and ref-
erences required
850-585-1574


456
Homes

3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days 682-
5533 night & week-
ends 652-2553.
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
NEW 4BD/2BA with
garage $1,150.
month. In new
Crestview subdivi-
sion. NO pets/smok-
ing 826-0367


456
Homes

FOR RENT
IN
CRESTVIEW
South of 1-10
311 John King Rd.
3/2 1044sf. 1 car ga-
rage $895. Also
available South of
Hwy 90 New Homes
3/2 160sf. $1175.
and 3/2 1718sf.
$1200. both with 2
car garage Call
PROPERTY
PROFESSIONAL
PLUS
TODAY 683-1714


NEW CONSTRUCTION LISTING! Beautiful
4BR/3BA 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 10"
fairway of Foxwood Country Club. Excellent home for a large
family. Home located on cul-de-sac. $295,000 #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)

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E 865-7777 or 682-771 Cell:(850) 582-1640
chadwilkinson@
rick@nwfla-homes.com pelicanproperties.com
Rick Epperson www.nwfla-homes.com

S1 Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
Tom Fuqua rP I.eliican' 620 S Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
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FENCE &
DECK, INC.
4840 SOUTH
FERDON BLVD.
689-6736



i uto Group Ifcl f3r0
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE Push
mower w/ leaf bag-
ger $125., push
mower $75., both
washer $100., Scott
M riding mower 19/hp
$400. Twin antique
wrought iron bed
with rails excellent
condition $125
Also GUNS
Remington 870
.. ..12/ga. pump $350.,
b.a.r. 7/mm with
scope $550., Marlin
www.kiotitractor.com www.hhtrailer.com 35/cal. lever action
w/scope $350., Rus-
sian single barrel
Kioti specializes in the sale and service of quality compact tractors, H & H Trailer Company was co-founded by the Hull brothers in 18/mm (12/ga.) sin-
gle shot $150.,
attachments and emplements. Since the first Kioti compact tractor August 1993 with the first trailer coming off the production line Mossburg 12/ga.
pump $175. Price of
was introduced in the U.S. in 1985, Kioti has achieved rapid and on December 31, 1993. guns firm. 537-4566
on-going progress, aligning itself among the nation's compact trac-
tor brand leaders. H & H manufactures over 150 models of trailers with 100+T
options available. Production ranges from a single motorcycle trail-
Max Auto Group, Inc. carries small to meduim tractors, front end er to a 52' long flattop car carrier in its four production facilities. ? :. S5
loaders, backhoes, tillers, and mowers. Come in and see the reason X,:12
why we have grown so much!1 S1




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$ 615 N. Lloyd Street I
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Homes





RESPONSIBLE
INDIVIVAL
Would like to lease
small house with
some acreage suita-
ble for horses. Can
fence if necessary.
will take excellent
care of property lo-
cal rental reference
avail. Cell 259-0298


460
Mobile Homes
3BR/2BA MOBILE
Home for rent on 1
acre lot in Holt area
Dep.Ref. PH.537-
6222 / 499-7412
3BR/2BA MOBILE
Home for rent on 1
acre lot in Holt area
Dep.Ref. PH.537-
6222 / 499-7412
NORTH CREST-
VIEW 3/2 16X80
MH, Very clean &
quiet park,
$700/mo., $700/DD,
No pets 902-0604


RENTALS
AVAILABLE:
Crestview Area
107 Pointer Lane
3/2/.2 $1050.
119 Gillis Dr. 4/2/1/
$1300.
107 Dogwood 3/2/2
$1350.
130 Indian Trail
3/2/1 $875.
3828 Fairview 3/2/2
$925.
Mossy head Area
29 Heather Ave. 3/2
$850.
All rentals require 1
year lease, credit
Check fee, and se-
curity deposit. Con-
tact Debra Frost,
Teel and Waters Re-
al Estate, Inc. 850-
682-6156
462
Rooms For Rent
CAMPER FOR
RENT
For one person. Full
kitchen with gas
stove, water heater
& furnace, you pay
gas. Full bath. $95.
weekly. Call 537-
9258


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Living Oak Retrievers, LLC
Loving, Personalized Care for ALL Creatures
( Great and Small in their home!

0 L. Gennaro, Manager
902-1649
Licensed & Insured
v-W USTS~^\Nr^^


Oas Member of. -
*Ctg t Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce a
SPet Sitters International National Association of Petsitters


462
Rooms For Rent

SHARE HOUSE
Large room w/bth @
$125 week New
home, cable, phone,
utilities, 537-9258,
cell (850)221-0320
CAMPER FOR
RENT
For one person. Full
kitchen. with gas
stove, water heater
& furnace, you pay
gas. Full bath. $95.
weekly. Call 537-
9258


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.
COUNTRY CHARM
2 bd. 1 ba. home set
on 1.5+ lot Approxi-
mately 1000 Sq. Ft.
with wrap around
porch, tile and wood
floors. Shop with roll
up doors, other out
building with bath-
room $145,000.
682-7479 or 902-
1302
FOR SALE
2BR/1BA 1,200 sq-ft
on 3/4 acre corner
lot $175,000. 3310
Auburn Rd 682-
0791
HOUSE FOR sale
396 Garden Street
lot size is 98"X350'
Asking $125,000.
682-01 37/826-
1672/826-1673


556
Homes

FOR SALE by Own-
er 1300 sq.ft. large
lot trees, private be-
hind house 3 Bd. 2
Ba., large closet,
large utility, porch
across front, new
roof, new paint, new
carport, large deck.
Central Air & Heat,
refrigerator stove &
dishwasher, good
school district. Avail-
able now.
$175,000. 1-334-
887-8022"
LAKE FRONT Brick
Home. 3 bd. 2 ba.
908 Anderson St.
Large Deck newly
renovated $275,000
Call 689-2975
560
Land
75X100 CORNER
lot cleared for build-
ing. Two blocks from
elementary school &
middle school 682-
8029


704
Livestock
4-YEAR-OLD TEN-
NESSEE Walker
Black, very gentle
and a 5-year-old
Thoroughbred Bel-
gium, large horse,
gentle but needs
work Call 683-9985
after 5pm. on week-
days
706
Livestock Supplies


706
Livestock Supplies
PERENNIAL PEA-
NUT hay for horses
and goats $5.00 per
bale (850) 834-3881
708
Pets
FREE LAB. Puppies
3 months old Call
Michelle 305-3113


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
.Furniture, glass-
ware, clocks & clock
repair. Buy/Sale/ Es-
tates Mon. Fri, 9-5
/ Sat. 9-2. 213 N.
Main St. 689-1007
of 305-2441
806
Appliances
G.E. REFRIGERA-
TOR side by side
with ice, crushed ice
and water in door,
26.6 cu. inches,
$250. Will warranty
30 days. 682-0348
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
SBS FRIDGE with
ice maker $200. 30"
Elect. Stove $100.
upright Freezer $75.
All good cond. 652-
4019 if no
answer,758-11 10
please leave mes-
sage.


|', invites everyone to
stop by and talk
with him about the
great deals going on
J,:now. Bill can help
S' you to drive away in
.HEVRO LEF a new or used
'T vehicle today!


A wa dAI'Your SlIverado Headquarters Locall Owned & Operated
CHEVO 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestvlew
A W UUEU- 682.2731


806
Appliances
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!
WASHER AND dry-
er. Good Condition
$250. 850-758-
1110

810
Computers
LIKE-NEW USED
only a few weeks,
computer with all in
one printer, scanner,
copier .and table.
Further Info Call Erin
689-3259
814
Furniture

AAA MATTRESS
Distributor Over-
stock* Queen Pillow-
top Set- Retail $850
Sell $250., King Pil-
lowtop Set Retail
$1050. Sell $350.
NASA Memory
Foam Set Retail
$1800. Sell $650..
New w. Warranty in
plastic. Bedroom-
Sleigh bed, dresser,
mirror, chest, night-
stand, new in boxes,
Sacrifice $ 750. Mat-
tress Set $175.
Queen Pillowtop
Brand new. Can de-
liver Call 850-642-
0153
SOFA HIDE a bed,
matching loveseat
$140., small love-
seat hide a bed (like
new) $75., Solid mo-
hogany china cabi-
net $450., Cherry-
wood double dress-
er with large mirror
$120., Sofa with re-
cliners $75., two
chest of drawers,
$70. each, call 682-
0348


814 Furniture

BEDROOM SET Ex-
cellent condition
Wooden Head
board, Armoire
dresser with mirror.
Used living room set
couch love seat cof-
fee table and two
end tables, must
sell! Further info. call
689-3259








828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
DONALDSON
SATELLITE
535 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Factory authorized
T.V. & VCR Repair
for Zenith, RCA, GE,
Phillips, Magnavox
Sharp & Emerson.
We buy working and
non-working Direct
TV receivers. 682-
4831
SONY 6 speaker
Surround System
$100. Progressive
scan DVD player
$30. 682-5778
829
Garage Sales
JAN. 7TH 8:00-
12:00 Moving sale
Furniture to nick
knacks, everything
must go!! 3014 Aplin
Rd. Crestview NO
early birds.
MOVING SALE Ev-
erything must go!
Make an offer! A lit-
tle bit of everything.
Nothing will be
priced. 3408 Sky
Master Court Fair-
child Rd. 7am Till?
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
7 IN 1 game table,
Pool air hockey,
foo20536872s ball &
more, excellent en-
tertainment for fami-
ly & friends $100.
Call 582-1165

REMY ,E
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OR THE










fence deck
BEAUTYREST
PREMIER Queen
size mattress 16"
Deep same as new
Hardly slept on only
1 week in Guest
Room Greatly re-
duced can deliver
$350. 582-0433
HP LASERJET4
printer, extra car-
tridges $350., HP
Deskjet 870Cse
Color printer extra
cartridges $ 175.,
Two 56k modems
$15. ea, new 8
1/4" Miter saw
$45., Electric type-
writer $40., Pentax
Programmable
+35mm,camera/
zoom/flash/case /
accessories $350.
Cordless drill w/
charger extra bat-
ter $490., 18qt.
New Toaster oven
$25. TV antenna
$30. James hm
689-2626/ cell
902-0569
POWERHOUSE
GYM with power
booster that increas-
es resistance from
200lbs. to 300lbs.
total body workout
all the accessories
$200. 582-0433


904
Cars
1978 BUICK Centu-
ry Automatic/ cold
A/C new tires & bat-
tery, runs & drives
good. $650. 537-
6734
1991 CHRYSLER
Le Baron, New paint
job, new tip Runs
great needs fuel
pump. $3,000. OBO.
1984 Ford LTD good
second car needs
starter $300. OBO.
48" cut Scag lawn
mower with sulky,
$2,500. OBO Call
682-8029
1991 JEEP Ranger
Sahara edition. 6
Cyl. 5 Speed good
condition $4,000.
Call 892-3751
2000 4X4, two pack-
age, full power, Nav-
igation, excellent
condition inside/out
$10,500. 537-4566
2002 BUICK
LESABRE
CUSTOM,
all power, great
running order,
looks good,
Economical family
sedan seats six,
with large trunk
space. Asking
$8,000. or best
offer
850-582-1165

905.
Auto Repair

COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.

906
Boats
1996 NEPTUNE 230
Cuddy Cabin walk
around 200HP Evin-
rude Ocean Pro.
Great condition
$14,000. Call Wes
685-0187

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
2002 JEEP Wran-
gler Sport Soft top
44k miles, automatic
A/C asking $16,000.
call 585-1574
918
Trucks
1972 FORD F100
New paint spray in
bedliner runs good
460 big block
$3,000. Call Wes
682-0187


24 HOur TOwlhg Servie -

FACTORY SPEC.

COLLISION CENTER
Rusty Snyder
Towing Manager

(850)423-0691
Cell
(850)546-0897
5165 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview


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