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WEATHER ..............2A
EDITORIAL .............4A
BLOTTER ...............6A
COMMUNITY ............8A
SPORTS ............. 1B-5B
NASCAR ............... 2B
CALENDAR ..-...........88
PUBLIC NOTICES .......108
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At age 85, 'Judge' Powell still a working man


* With his law firm celebrating 55 years of service in
Crestview, the former First Judicial Circuit Court judge
is now Okaloosa County's oldest practicing attorney.


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Gillis Powell Sr., 85, left the bench nearly three decades ago
and is now the county's oldest practicing attorney.


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor
Despite being off the bench for
nearly three decades, he's still
known as "The Judge" to
many in North Okaloosa County.
As Crestview celebrates 90 years of
existence, he is celebrating 55 years of
practicing law in this fair town.
But at 85 years old, Gillis Powell Sr.
has no plans of slowing down any
time soon.
"I enjoy working and I think I've
worked hard to get here, but I have
also been very fortunate," said Powell,
as he sat behind his desk, scanning a
current case file.


What started as the Powell law
firm back in 1951, grew to become
Powell & Powell, when he and his
son,Gil, joined practices in 1977. It has
since grown to include six practicing
attorneys all within the family.
Now, Powell, Powell & Powell has
become one of the Panhandle's lead-
ing firms, nestled into its two-story
office building at 422 North Main
Street in Crestview, with an office in
Mary Esther.
"This is a great central location
right here in Crestview, and I get to be
around my family every day," said the
patriarch and Okaloosa County's old-
est practicing attorney. "Financially, I
could have afforded to quit years ago.


Now I'm doing it because I love it.
"We have a unique situation here,
but we all get along well."
A 1938 graduate of Crestview High
School, Powell went on to earn his
bachelor's degree in business admin-
istration and his law degree from the
University of Florida.
After a brief stint in the military,
Powell began his one-man practice in
1951, following a long family history
in the legal field. His grandfather, A.R.
Campbell, served as Walton County
judge for 16 years, and his brother,
Lloyd C. Powell, served as Okaloosa
County judge for six years. Two of his
cousins, A.G. Campbell and D.
Stewart Gillis each served as circuit
judges.
"I guess being involved in law is
just in my blood," Powell said with a
chuckle. "Actually, my father was a
See POWELL, page 5A


Rodeo


coming


to town

M The action begins
Friday night at Barnhill
Arena in Baker.
Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
The best of the best in cow-
boys and cowgirls will be com-
peting this weekend at the
Phillips Oil Old Spanish Trail
Pro Rodeo.
The event is being held in the
Bill Barnhill Arena on Hwy 4 in
Baker. Last year's rodeo had
more than 300 contestants.
"By the looks of the number
of cowboys and cowgirls that
have already entered, it's going
to be bigger and better than
ever," said BARA president Bill
Bamhill.
Back performing this year by
popular demand is Rudy Burns,
better known as "The Crazy
Cajun", Rodeo Clown,
See RODEO, page 7A


JeefiI


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Ladies from the Gulf Coast Living History Association dress in authentic turn of the century attire Saturday
on Main Street. From left, are Karen Donovan, Della Orsini and Le Anne Boswell.

Crestview goes retro for 90th Anniversary


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
Downtown streets were flooded Saturday as hun-
dreds of patrons turned out for Crestview's 90-year
anniversary celebration.
The event, which lasted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
stuffed the downtown area with plenty of festival
goers, vendors and live entertainment everyone cel-
ebrating the city's 90th birthday.
An opening ceremony honored longtime area resi-
dents and the founding families who first planted their
lives in the city more than 100 years ago.
A 30-minute thunderstorm erupted early on, send-
ing festival goers to the shelter of storefront awnings
and quivering, rain-drenched vendor canopies. The
rain stopped, the street gulped up the last of the run-


ning water and the festivities continued.
Mary Mancini, who is the promotions chairperson
for the Main Street Association, was honored at thE
opening ceremony. She helped organize the festival
which had nearly 200 vendors and dozens of music
artists.
"I think the festival went amazingly well," she said
"I think it's important that we keep the past history
alive for future generations. They really did a smash
ing job doing that."
While she could not say if the city is going to make
the large-scale party an annual event, she did say tha
the festival was a milestone occasion and a benchmark
for future events.
"I think Crestview had the first of many events to
See 90TH, page 2A


New courts

sought for

rec tennis


John Aheam may be in the
golden year-s o his bte, but don't
think for a moment that's slow-
ing him down.
Ahearn is an avid tennis play-
er, but at age 82, he doesn't have
many playing partners his age.
He would like to change that.
"It's tremendous exercise.
That's why I began playing a
couple of years ago," said
Ahearn. "If there was a nice
place with decent courts to play
on, I'm convinced more people
would show interest."
He recently convinced the
county's recreation department
to reevaluate the condition of
the tennis courts at the Baker
Area Recreation Center.
"They're just in bad shape,
they're unusable right now,"
said Ahearn.
Parks Coordinator for the
Okaloosa County Resources
Y Department James Puckett
agrees with Ahearn. He brought
the county's asphalt experts to
the recreation center recently to
determine what it would take to
improve the courts.
"I think we can work some-
n thing out," said Puckett. "I envi-
e sion not only resurfacing the
l, courts for tennis but to combine
l the area into a tennis and bas-
ketball area."
Puckett's plan, should the
Y commissioners approve it,
would be to fill all of the cracks
in the deteriorating surface and
e then apply a new layer of
t asphalt. "That would maximize
k our dollars and create a variety
of recreation opportunities,"
D said Puckett. "We can replace
See TENNIS, page 7A


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Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
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Street on Saturday, during Crestview's 90th Anniversary celebration.


90TH, from page 1A
come that will be equally
successful," she said.
Crestview was first incor-
porated under general law
on April 11, 1916, although
the city was put on the map
much earlier when the
Pensacola and Atlantic
Railroad tracks cut through
the richly wooded area in
1882.
Jerry Milligan, the chair-
man of the city's Historic
Preservation Board, emceed
'the event's opening ceremo-
ny.
For Milligan, the event
proved to be a success sim-
ply because there were so
many pioneer- families in
attendance.
"I think the day was just
great. The number of pioneer
families who turned out was
really inspiring," he said.
"We had pioneer families
here that came from as far as
Gainesville."
Harvey Fleming repre-
sented his family, who first
settled in the Crestview area
prior to 1880. He was just one
of many representatives who
attended the celebration.
* Fleming told how his
grandfather, Harrison
Fletcher Fleming was post-
master from 1906 to 1908.
"I've traced all my four
grandparents to this area
prior to 1895," he said.
Fleming has never discov-
ered why his family chose to
plant their lives in this area,
but their presence has stuck.
Many Flemings still live in
the area.
His family homesteaded
property just north of
Crestview and were cattle
drivers and shepherds.
"I was pleased to get the
invitation because I knew my
family had some representa-
tion in this area," he said. "It
was nice to be there to repre-
sent my family."
Just like farmers did in the
olden days, Taylor Martin
had her fruit and vegetable
stand on Main Street.
Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin

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Ken Nielsen "A- .' l
News Bulletin Reporter l ,

A Milton man was air lift- .
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Monday morning after the I
vehicle he was driving left .
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times.
According to a Florida
Highway patrol press
release, Travis Monroe
Laster, 30, was traveling east
on U.S. Highway 90, 1.5
miles west of Milligan, when
he lost control of the 1993
Saturn he was driving.
Witnesses at the scene said
that he was recklessly pass-
ing vehicles through curves
and on hills.
"He flew past us," said
Dicky Newton, who was also
traveling east on Hwy. 90. "I
said to my wife, 'There's an
accident waiting to happen.'
She responded, 'Where is a
deputy when you need
one?'"
Coincidentally it just so
happened that an Okaloosa
Sheriff deputy, Corp. Bridget
Brock, was traveling west in
the same area and saw
Newton approaching her.
"I clocked him at a very
high speed," said Brock. "I
had to wait for traffic to dear


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Okaloosa County first responders prepare Milton resident Travis Laster, 30, for transport
via Sacred Heart Hospital's AirHeart air ambulance. Laster was ejected from his vehicle
after it left the road, got airborne, and rolled several times. Okaloosa County Sheriff
Officer, Corp. Bridget Brock said that she clocked Laster on her radar traveling at nearly
95 miles per hour.


before I could turn around.
About that time he left the
road."
Patsy Price was working
in her barn about a half-mile
from the accident. "I heard
this loud screech of brakes
and then a crash."


Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper R.M. Miller, who
investigated the wreck, esti-
mated that Laster's car trav-
eled 65 in the air then
bounced another 35 feet
down an embankment
rolling to a stop against a


wooden rail fence at 1606 W.
Hwy. 90. The contents of his
car were strewn for more
than 50 yards in all directions
His injuries were listed as
incapacitating. The FHP
press release stated that
charges were pending. 1


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The new traffic signal at US Hwy. 90 and PJ Adams Boulevard had been in operation less than 2 hours when the
first accident there occurred. According to witnesses at the scene a red Mitsubitzi driven by Latosha Batson of
Crestview collided with a new Lincoln Town car driven by Betty Huges, also of Crestview. According the Florida
Highway Patrol no one was seriously injured and the accident is under investigation.


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News Bulletin Reporter

Several area media specialist and com-
munity volunteers gathered Friday at the
Okaloosa County Extension Office to
judge entries for the National Association
of County Agricultural Agents' commu-
nications awards program.
The annual program judges agricul-
tural extension agents across the south-
east on their ability to educate the public
using various forms of media, including
print, television and radio formats.
The local judges, including Crestview
News Bulletin Reporter Ken Nielsen,
Daily News Reporter Isaac Sabetai and
WAAZ-WJSB broadcaster Cal Zethmayr,
judged entries from agents across the
southeast and rated them based on con-
tent, personal approach, creativity, read-
ability and the appearance of original
copy.

TENNIS, from page 1 A
the old nets and put
up some nice back-
boards for the basket
area."
Puckett believes he
can complete the pro-
ject for around $5,000.
"We have funds set
aside for recreation in
unincorporated areas.
I think we can do
this."
Ahearn wants to
organize a tennis pro-
gram at the recreation
center. He has already
received positive feed-
back from a local ten-
nis instructor who
would like to help him
accomplish that goal.
"It's a wonderful
thing for all ages,"
said Ahearn. "I'm
excited and hope the John Ahearn,
commissioners will be Recreation Ce
too."


Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Dennis Gilson, (left) editor for the
Bluewater Advertiser, and Ken
Nielsen, reporter for the Crestview
News Bulletin, look over entries for
the NACAA contest.

Larry Williams, local horticultural
extension agent with the University of
Florida, has won the awards program


numerous times in the past.
The purpose of the contest is to recog-
nize agricultural agents who are commit-
ted to creatively educating the public on
agriculture, forestry and horticulture.
"Essentially, these agents use newspa-
pers, radio and television as tools to edu-
cate people," Williams said. "They might
give helpful tips on how to grow grass, or
gardening tips.
"This gives these agents the chance to
share what they've been doing. This pro-
gram is a great way to share what's going
on in the 13 Southeastern states as far as
agriculture, horticulture and forestry are
concerned."
Williams has a xadio show on 104.7
WAAZ-FM on Friday at 5:06 a.m. and
after the 12 p.m. news.
He uses the program to educate listen-
ers about gardening and other horticul-
tural activities that pertain to the
Northwest Florida area.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
an avid tennis player, stands on the dilapidated tennis courts at the Baker Area
enter. He hopes the county will repair the courts soon. His desire is to organize a
tennis program at the park.


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Police department offers
several crime prevention
services to the community,
Community
policing is not a
new concept. It
has been around
in various forms
for decades. The
old "beat cop" of
the past is a
reminder of
relationships
formed with the
community.
Lt. Kent Buckner These
relationships
were soon
The turned into
partnerships for
Precinct change. Over the
next six months
you will see
numerous efforts from the Crestview
Police Department to further old
relationships and build new partnerships
for change.
The Crestview Police Department has
recently secured grant funding to
support the furtherance of community
policing. A Community Service Officer

the next few months we will be offering
numerous community awareness and
educational presentations. Along with
these presentations, officers will be.
conducting business and neighborhood
security surveys, neighborhood and
business watch groups and a citizen tip
line among other projects.
In addition to the projects outlined
above we will also be offering Operation
ID services. This is a service to engrave
identification marks in valuables to assist
law enforcement in locating victinis to
return stolen/lost property. Citizen
patrols will be conducted in
neighborhoods across the city to enhance
the eyes and ears in your communities.
Crime prevention education classes will
be held to remove "crime of
opportunity" chances near your home or
business.
If you are concerned about problems
in your neighborhood or near your -
business, or y.,wo-uld like to see'one or....
all of these programs brought t& yoti,
contact me at (850) 682-2130 ext. 112. "

Lt. Buckner is a member of the-
Crestview Police Department.


A day in politics

Once again, I was in
Washington and had a
chance to observe the
constant changing
fortunes of many in the
nation's Capitol.

newly elected Senator
Mel Martinez (R-FL), was
having trouble with his
staff. Most of the staff
members were not from
Florida and did not
Lou Frey know him. Mishaps
happened and the press was not good. Senator
Martinez recognized the problems, made some
changes and now has a professional, politically
savvy staff who knows the Senator and how he
wants things done. This has given him the
opportunity to become more involved in the
legislative process and has allowed him to
emerge as one of the young new leaders in the
Senate.
A good example of this change is the recent
immigration legislation.
Martinez was talking about this issue last
year and proposing specific changes in the law.
He reached out to others such as newly elected
Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), and recently with
'Republican moderates such as Senator Chuck
Hagel (R-NE). Senator Martinez is pushing a
compromise, which has a chance of passing.
Whether it does or not, he has staked out a
leadership position on this important and highly
volatile issue. He has proven his worth to others
in the Senate and now those who need help on
particular issues will look to him for support.
In less than a year's time he went from a
backbencher to a player.
On the other hand, the majority leader of the
Senate, Bill Frist (R-TN), is having problems. He
has not given the Senate Republicans the
leadership that is needed and the sharks are
starting to circle. Many have written that his
presidential ambitions have gotten in the way of
his job as Senate Majority Leader. Members in
Washington have long memories.
My old friend Senator Trent Lott (R-MS), got
himself in trouble with a remark that was made
at a birthday celebration for now deceased
Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina.
Many jumped on the bandwagon, and there are
.,those.who say that.e :3tRtqTAi #s,,pne of the,..
.. ones fermenting the negative reaction to Lott.
While no one is totally sure, the facts are that
Lott lost his job as Majority Leader and Frist got
it. Now the shoe is on the other foot. Senator
Lott has rehabilitated himself, and in fact, if the
Republicans hold on to the Senate, could end up


in a key leadership position in '07.
The question is will there be a leadership
change before the end of this year. My guess is
there won't, as this would just add to the
problems the Republicans have in the
November election.
On the House side, the Democrats continue to
be confident of retaking the House. The
Democrats need to take 15 Republican seats to
gain the majority. It appears that that number is
down to 13 because of the problems of
Congressman Bob Ney (R-OH), and the recent
announcement of Congressman Tom DeLay (R-
TX), that he will not run again. The DeLay
announcement will possibly cost the
Republicans a seat, but could also be a plus for
the Republicans. The House Republicafts began
to move away from DeLay when his friend Roy
Blunt (R-MO) was not elected Majority Leader.
Getting DeLay out of Washington and out of the
headlines will be part of the Republican
cleansing process, which includes lobbying
reform.
The generic Congressional polls show the
Republicans are in a hopeless position. The
Democrats are ahead by double digits. However,
when individual seats are broken out, the
Republicans are still alive and breathing. The
first reason is reapportionment, which favors all
incumbents across the country. This is not.a new
issue, but the use of computers has made this an
incredibly accurate science. Another reason is
the line from old time comics. "How is your
wife?", the answer being "Compared to who?".
People don't like Congress as a whole, but care
about the individual member representing their
District. The final factor is that despite the
problems Republicans have, people are
beginning to look at who would run the House
if the Democrats took over.
John Conyers (D-MI) would lead the
Judiciary Committee; Charlie Rangel (D-NY) the
Ways and Means Committee; and Nancy Pelosi
(D-CA) would be Speaker.
Finally, a Former Member of Congress from
Pennsylvania, Bob Walker has been pushing a
reform idea, which probably won't catch on but
makes a great deal of sense. He proposes a rule
that a lobbyist cannot give contributions to any
member of Congress who he or she is lobbying.
This is probably constitutional, based on The
Hatch Act.
_- ,Remember.,a4day of politics can be a.lifeti m
"arid by the time you read this, rnaiy'chaniges
could have happened.
Lou Frey, Jr. is a former member of Congress (FL '69-
'79), Past President, Former Members of Congress,
Partner, Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed,
P.A., Orlando, Florida.


Business has issues for the 2006 Legislature


Robert F. Sanchez

As Florida legislators settle in to this year's
regular session, one question looms large for many
business owners: Is 2006 a "now or never year" for
business-friendly bills? It's not that many observers
expect the Legislature to change much in 2007,
despite new leadership and term limits that create
lots of turnover. No, the big change will occur in the
executive branch. By this time next year, Jeb Bush is
expected to be back in Miami, tending to his
business interests.
Bush was unique among Florida's recent
governors, having come to Tallahassee directly from
the private sector. During his years in Miami, he
gained a deep empathy for the problems businesses
face in trying to grow and prosper while meeting a
payroll, shouldering a heavy tax burden, insuring
themselves against natural disasters and trial
lawyers, and complying with a mind-boggling maze
of federal, state, and local red tape.
In contrast, all four of Florida's announced
gubernatorial candidates have spent much of their
adult lives in government service. Business leaders
say the problem isn't that any of them would be
expected to be hostile to business; it's just that they
might lack Bush's degree of understanding and
empathy. Consider:
Republican Tom Gallagher, 62, Florida's Chief
Financial Officer, began his political career in 1974,
when he was elected a state representative from
Miami.
Democrat Jim Davis, 48, now a Congressman
from Tampa, began his government service in 1988,
when he was elected to the Florida House of
Representatives.
Republican Charlie Crist, 48, Florida's Attorney
General, entered government service in 1992, when
he was elected to the state Senate from St.
Petersburg.
Democrat Rod Smith, 56, now a state Senator,
began his government career in 1992, when he
became State Attorney for the judicial circuit based
in Gainesville.
What worries business leaders is that despite the
efforts of a business-friendly governor, action has
stalled on key issues related to tort reform.
Meanwhile, South Florida has edged higher on the
list of the nation's "judicial hellholes," where a costly
combination of predatory trial lawyers, runaway
juries, and obliging judges often results in huge
verdicts against businesses and professional
practitioners.
As a result, tort reform remains high on this
year's legislative agenda for Florida's business
community. In particular, businesses hope
lawmakers will provide relief in two areas: joint and
s( 'e ral liability, where so-called deep pockets must


pay, regardless of who's really at fault; and premii
liability, where a business owner who has nurture
his enterprise for years can lose it in a flash in a
lawsuit over a "slip and fall" incident that isn't the
business's fault or even over an injury inflicted by
felonious intruder.
Doctors and hospitals are also hoping for
legislative relief from a tort system that too often
classifies any less-than-perfect result as medical
malpractice. Split-second decisions made by trained
professionals in trauma centers are second-guesse
at leisure in courtrooms. Health care practitioners
feel a particular sense of urgency not only becau
of their malpractice insurance rates, but also becal
of the fear that a governor who opposes tort refor
- and is willing to veto it could delay relief for
another four to eight years.
Florida's business community is quite diverse,
its various components don't always see eye-to-ey
on legislative issues. For instance, the interests of
farmers, ranchers, and manufacturers may well
differ from those of retailers, hoteliers, and theme
parks. Even so, there's a widespread consensus
within the business community that
legislative action is needed this year in at
least three areas in addition to tort reform.
Eminent Domain: A recent U.S.
Supreme Court decision said local
governments may seize private property
and convey it to another private party.
Many business owners worry that the
enterprises they've nurtured for years
could be lost. Florida lawmakers are
expected to consider legislation
implementing safeguards against
eminent domain abuse. c
Taxes and Fees: Because Florida's
state taxes are relatively low compared to
those in most other states, legislators
have been largely oblivious to the '
growing tax bite and high fees Imposed
by cities and counties responding to the st
demands of public employee unions. Ky
Although Florida's "Save Our Homes" K.
amendment shields longtime A
homeowners from the double whammy of
rising property values and high tax rates,
there's no such protection for businesses vi
-- or for residents who move or who rent Re
rather than own. Many local governments
also are burdening businesses with steep
"impact fees" as well as high taxes.
Constitutional Amendments: Special
interests have hijacked a petition process
originally intended as a way for _
grassroots movements to reach the
ballot. The signature-gathering process is 3
rife with fraud and voter intimidation. In 6
recent years, amendments harmful to 1
business have raised Florida's minimum


ses wage; limited the kinds of nets commercial
d fishermen may use; punished doctors for fighting
trial lawyers' abuse of malpractice laws; specified
the kinds of pens hog farmers may use to confine
pregnant pigs; and instituted a costly and inflexible
ra class-size amendment. Even worse are some of the
.amendments waiting in the wings, including the so-
called "Hometown Democracy Amendment," which
could strike a mortal blow against affordable
housing. If these kinds of ill-considered amendments
ed continue, they'll spoil a business climate heretofore
d regarded as among the nation's best at job creation
and economic vitality.
ise There's no way to know whether it's really "now
use or never" for the Legislature to address these
m concerns. However, with 2006 being the final year in
office for a Governor who obviously understands
these issues, the business community is approaching
so the coming legislative session with a new sense of
re urgency as it should.

Robert F. Sanchez is Director of Public Policy at
The James Madison Institute, a non-partisan policy
center based in Tallahassee.



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businessman and my moth-
er's side of the family was in
law. I have been torn
between the two, so I have
been involved with both."
Powell's successes in the
business world have includ-
ed a number of hotel chains
and housing developments
- most notably the encom-
passing neighborhood in
northeast Crestview, near
Bob Sikes Elementary School.
Some of the streets still carry
on the family's names -
Gillis Drive, Powell Drive
and Gil-Ava Street.
"I was bom and raised
right here in this town and
have a lot of memories here,"
he said, crediting his mother
and father with providing a
strong foundation for him to
excel.
His father, H.F., worked in
the sawmill industry, while
his mother, Flora Eunice, was
a school teacher.
"There has been a great
deal of growth and an
increase of economic activi-
ty," Powell said of the area's
transformation through the
years. "There are also a lot
more lawyers now, and a lot
more litigation.
"We're in a litigation
world."


The Early Years...
After graduating from
high school, Powell made his
way to Gainesville and the
University of Florida, with
wide eyes on his future.
Things were going as
planned until midway
through his junior year. With
the country in crisis and
World War II under way,
Powell's plans took a drastic
detour.
"In January of 1942, right
after Pearl Harbor was
attacked, everybody was
leaving college to help fight
the war," he recalled. "I vol-
unteered for the Navy Air
Corps."
But when an old baseball
injury prevented him from
becoming a pilot, Powell
decided to -return home.
Shortly thereafter he'was
drafted irot the Ai~xy'Ar
Force now known as the
U.S. Air Force in the fall of
1942. He soon became one of
six airmen, selected from a
group of 500, to attend Yale
University for the comple-
tion of officer training school,
and a commission as a sec-
ond lieutenant.
The day after graduation,
Powell made another lifelong
commitment by marrying his
high school sweetheart, Avis
Moore, on the Yale campus
on May 20, 1943.
"It was a beautiful cam-
pus and it just seemed like
the right thing to do at that
. time," he said. "I have no
regrets at all."
Powell was soon sent to
North Africa, where he
served two years, while
being promoted to major.
"When the atomic bomb
dropped (in August 1945),
everybody was leaving like
flies, especially the officers
who didn't want to make a
career out of it," he said.
In 1946, he bartered to get
back home and was sta-
tioned at what was then
Eglin Field. He served a year
as the commander for the
19th Airways
Communication Systems
Squadron.
"We were in charge of the
control tower and some
radar and those things," he
said. "It was another good
learning experience."
He separated from the
military in 1948 and returned
to Gainesville to finish his


degrees.
He returned to Crestview
three years later and
launched his law firm. His
prowess as an attorney
quickly grew, culminating
when he helped successfully
prosecute the suspects in the
murder of former Crestview
police chief William Lester
Wilson in 1958.

Becoming judge ...
In 1968, Powell began a
three-year stint as the assis-
tant state attorney for the
first circuit, gaining even
more knowledge of the judi-
cial system and court pro-
ceedings. That's when he
began having aspirations to
follow in the footsteps of his


Special to the News Bulletin
This photo shows Gillis Powell Sr., second from right, with
his wife, Avis, second from the left, and their children, from
left, Dixie, Ava Susan Powell Stewart and Gil.


brother and grandfather, and
become a judge.
"First of all, I knew the
people in the area and I
thought I could be fair, and
through that I could help
people.
"And because my grand-
father and my brother had
been a. judge it was also an
ambition I had."
At the time, he was
already serving on a select
committee appointed by the
Supreme Court of Florida to
improve criminal court pro-
cedure.
When one of the circuit
judges in Pensacola retired in
1971, leaving an opening on
the bench, Powell's reputa-
tion earned him an appoint-
ment by Gov. Claude R. Kirk
Jr. to fill the vacancy on the
First Judicial Circuit Court.
He was also one of four
judges selected from a list of
21 to sit in with the First
District Court of Appeals.
"I remember the day that I
was to go meet with the gov-
ernor about my appointment
to the Circuit bench, the
Pensacola News Journal ran a
story stating that a Pensacola
attorney was being appoint-
ed for the position," Powell
said. "At that point, I wasn't
sure what was going on."
Kirk scoffed at what the
newspaper had erroneously
reported.
"He said, 'Son, selected,
you for this job, I've checked
on you and I want you to
have it," Powell remembered
from his meeting with the
governor. "He said, 'Now, if
you want it, go in there and
get your commission and
don't worry about what any
newspapers say."
Powell took the bench and
was re-elected unopposed
two years later to a six-year
term.
Along the way, his busi-
ness ventures and invest-
ments kept growing. And
although he had gained great
respect on the bench for
being fair and honorable, he
decided to step down in 1977
to pursue more business
opportunities.
"At that time I had a lot of
investments," he said. "I had
several motels (including a
chain of Howard Johnsons in
the Carolinas) and some land
companies. I just couldn't
spare the time and I couldn't
work for that kind of money.
"I enjoyed the job as
judge, loved the work, and I
think I did some good.",

Building the firm ...
Powell said he always
believed in letting his chil-
dren make their own deci-
sions as to what career high-
way they wanted to pursue.
But with the example he set,
all three of his children and
two of his grandchildren are
now practicing attorneys.
"I really didn't encourage
them in the beginning,"
Powell said. "I let them make
their own decisions. But,
when they did decide to go
into law, then I encouraged
them. I didn't try to per-
suade them to do this in any
way."
Gil, a graduate of
Crestview High, went on to
earn his undergraduate
degree at Auburn, as well as
a law degree with honors
from South Texas College of
Law in 1974.
"Dad has always been
there for us," Gil said. "Being
around law and practicing
law was something we all
grew up around and it was
just something we all wanted
to do.
"It's just a great experi-
ence to be able to work with
your dad every day. He's


probably forgotten more
about law than most lawyers
will ever know."
Ava Susan, a 1971
Crestview graduate, went to
Florida State University,
before earning her law
degree from South Texas in
1981. She too joined the fami-
ly practice.
The third sibling, Dixie, a
1974 Crestview graduate,
attended the University of
South Florida, before he
went on to earn a law degree
from South Texas in 1984. He
also returned to join the firm.
"My dad instilled great
values in us and I want to
instill those same values in
my kids," Dixie said. "Dad
always taught us the deep-
rooted value of respecting
him, our elders and our com-
munity."
Now Dixie has decided to
expand on those values and
has announced his intent to
seek the same seat that his
father once held as First
Judicial Circuit Court judge,
in next year's election.
"I feel he set a great exam-
ple for all of us," Dixie said.
"Now I hope to carry on
everything that he stood for
and still stands for today."
The firm has also grown
to include Gil's daughter,
Lacey Powell Clark and her
husband, James. Lacey grad-
uated from Crestview in
l9%, before earning her law
degree with honors from
Florida State in 1994.
Her younger sister, Ginny,
a 1997 Crestview graduate,
earned her law degree from
FSU in 2005 and is now
working for the Georgia
Senate in Atlanta.
The Powell's family tree
has grown to indude five
grandchildren, including
Gil's son, Beau, 20, and
Dixie's daughters, Dixieanna,
4, and Audrey, 2.
The two great-grandchil-
dren are Grayson Clark, 7,
and Gwyneth Clark, 4.
For "The Judge," it is
more than he had ever
dreamed of, being able to
combine a successful busi-
ness with a dose-knit,
expanding family unit.
"I've got a great advan-
tage being able to work here
with my children," he said.
"I actually see my children
more now than if I was
retired."
Once serving as the city
attorney for Crestview and
Mary Esther, Powell has nar-
rowed his outside corporate
duties to representing the
City of Niceville and the
Okaloosa Gas District.
His signature case came in
the early 1990s, representing
Niceville in a lengthy battle
with Wamer Cable over
cable rights in the city. He
won the case all the way to
the U.S. Supreme Court,
which earned him an
appearance on NBC's Today
show.
None of his current cases
are as high profile as the
Warner Cable case, but
Powell still works feverishly
to fight for justice.
"I take Wednesdays off,
but I still work 30-35 hours a
week," he said with a proud
chuckle.
The extent of his physical
workouts are now limited to
swimming occasional laps in
the pool.
"I can still get around
pretty good," he said. "When
you get to be my age you
just take what you're given
and be thankful."
When asked what it feels
like to still be known as "The
Judge," Powell grins before
offering a simple answer.
"It makes me proud. It
really does."


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Out of Gass, Out of luck


C PUBLIC RECORD


Recently, a
Holt woman was
cleaning her
drapes when she
noticed a beat up
old jalopy parked .B
in front of her
house with sever-
al strange look-
ing men standing
around outside.
No, these men weren't
contracted by the local tele-
phone company to install
lines. They were, however,
camped out in front of her
house for several hours,
smoking cigarettes and
drinking beer.
She called the sheriff's
office, who came out and
made contact with the dri-
ver, who said that they had
run out of gas and were
waiting for a friend to arrive.
While investigating the
circumstances, the deputy
noticed that there were sev-
eral open beer containers,
and, as it usually goes after a
few drinks, the three indi-
viduals confessed that they
had been drinking.
However, the driver, who
could not come up with a
legitimate driver's license,
kept giving the deputy a
bogus name.
None of the men could
give the deputy an ID card.
After haggling with the
men for several minutes, the
deputy finally arrested the
driver for providing a false
name.
If only beer could be used
to power vehicles. Right
now there are a bunch of
smart college kids at Berkley
or Harvard designing a con-
version system that enables
drivers to use beer as a fuel.
Unfortunately, they'll never
complete the project because
they keep fogging their
brains with all of the test
samples they're drinking.

,Things not taught
in Chemistry
class
Over the course of a
lengthy investigation,- it
eafmie to the attention of a
schc6ol resource officer that a-
student possibly made
napalm, brought it to school
and sold the gooey sub-
stance to a classmate.
At the conclusion of a
school day, the sell was
made a whopping $2 -
and the napalm was
removed from a school lock-
er and taken to the buyer's
house, where he probably
used it to abuse neighbor-
hood cats.


) POLICE

1 BLOTTER
Information taken from actual Im
enforcement reports, compiled by
S Lauren McLaughlin
First of all, where do
teenagers learn to make
napalm?
Even if you're curious,
don't use the Internet to
research the household
chemicals needed to create
the destructive device; your
search will probably show
up on the FBI's radar and
you'll be labeled a terrorist
suspect.
Secondly, what do science
teachers need to do to make
Chemistry class more inter-
esting? Obviously kids like
to mix various chemicals
and blow up things. Do
schools still allow students
to make those erupting
Alka-Seltzer infused volca-
noes?
Occupational
hazards
Recently, a fast food
employee was fired from her
prestigious position mak-
ing an overwhelming $7 an
hour as the store's man-
ager.
Frustrated with the lack
of opportunity and the con-
stant downsizing in the fast
food industry, the ex-manag-
er decided to use her mad
managerial skills (and the
key she neglected to turn in
at the end of her shift) to
enter the store after hours
and rob the safe.
Unfortunately, fast food
companies are getting smart.
Their coffee is starting to
taste a little less like potting
soil and many even offer a
pseudo-salad bar, chock full
of leafy green vegetables
and fat free dressing.
They also have safes with
timers and video cameras.
The woman entered the
store around 3 a.m. one
morning, opened the safe
and mtooWt-fheChristma-'
bondus tha she earned last
holiday season.
To enter the safe, the man-
ager has to key a personal-
ized number, one that only
she and the fast food gods
looking down from the cam-
eras would know.
The gods knew. They saw.
They called the police. She
was arrested.
Man, what a crummy day.
Lose a job, then go to jail. If
only the fast food business
wasn't so progressive.


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Dr. Francisca Ward, owner of Baker Family Medical
Clinic, located at 1321 Georgia Avenue, Baker, FL
32531 has sold the practice to Debra Mathis, ARNP
on February 14, 2006. Dr. Ward, after 30 years of
devoted patient care, is retiring from medical practice.
Ms. Mathis, Family Nurse Practitioner, has been with
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returning as collaborating physician.

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well. Same day appointments and Walk-ins are always
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Crestview Police Dept.
crime reports
3/29: Kenneth A. Bodtke, 22,
of 6556 Denver Drive,
Indianapolis, IN, was charged
with a nonmoving traffic violation
in regards to operating a motor
vehicle.
3/31: Sarah Johanna Mount,
31, of 604 E. Brock Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with 30
counts each of forgery and utter-
ing forged instrument.
4/1: Lonnie Dwight Dobson,
20, of 404 Oak Place, was
charged with trespassing after
warning.
4/2: William A. Manning, 36,
of 195 Malone Drive C,
Crestview, was charged with
leaving a scene without giving
information more than $50, DUI
and damage to property.
4/4: Amanda Leeann
Harville, 22, of 10245 Pond
Road, Milton, Fla., was charged
with grand theft. Thomas
Fetgatter, 39, of. 118 Hollow
Cove, was charged with bat-
tery/domestic violence. Daniel
Reed Wesson, 20, of 4267
Antioch Road, Crestview, was
charged with violation of proba-
tion on a charge of possession
of marijuana.
4/5: Sherry Lee Campbell-
Shumaker, 43, of 110 Walker
Drive, Niceville, was charged
with possession of cocaine,
marijuana, and drug parapher-
nalia. Tiner T. Hall, 43, of 6479
San Juan Avenue, Jacksonville,
Fla., was charged with posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
4/7: Wesley R. Blackberry,
24, of 1201 Valley Road,
Crestview, was charged with
operating a motorcycle without a
license.
4/8: Corey W. Clark, 28, of
3212 Chestnut Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with dri-


ving while license suspended or
revoked, 1st offense. Lindsey
R. Shimansky, 21, of 314 Apple
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, 1st offense.
4/9: Aaron Blake Sanders,
20, of 103 Lakeview Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of a controlled sub-
stance (crack cocaine).
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office reports
3/26: Ashley Carolyn Smith,
20, of 128 Kipling Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis with intent to
sell within 1,000 feet of a church,
and introduction of contraband
(cannabis) into a detention facil-
ity. Ian Anthony Arender, 20, of
128 Kipling Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine, possession of more
than 20 grams of cannabis with
intent to sell within 1,000 feet of
a church, and possession of
alcohol by a person under 21
years of age.
3/29: James R. Coldin, 23, of
7446 Hwy. 3939, Laurel Hill, was
charged with grand theft. *
William David Bennett Jr., 23, of
2095 Gladway Drive, Crestview,
was charged with violation of
probation on charges violation of
an injunction for protection.
3/31: Janice Gail Phillips, 42,
of 650 Long Drive, Crestview,
was arrested for violation of pro-
bation on original charge of 3
counts of driving while license
suspended or revoked. *
Kristopher Wayne Kuster, 22, of
4109 Whippoorwill Drive, Holt,
was charged with possession of
controlled substance
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with grand theft and 8 counts of
uttering a forged instrument. *
Jonathan James Henson, 26, of
8124 Fifth Street, Laurel Hill,
Fla., was charged with grand
theft, possession of drug para-
phernalia, and 8 counts of utter-
ing a forged instrument. A 14-
year-old Crestview resident was
issued a notice to appear on a
charge of retail theft.
4/1: Christina Lorrain Cook,
40, of 5269 Four Lakes Road,
Crestview, was arrested for fail-
ure to appear and violation of
probation. Kelli F. Hembree,
34, of 3021 E. County Hwy. 30-
A, Seagrove Beach, Fla., was
arrested for violation of proba-
tion. Timothy John Wilson Jr.,
32, of 602 E. Pine Avenue,
Crestview, was arrested for vio-
lation of probation on original
charge of fleeing and eluding
law enforcement. Damien
Keith Wray, 24, was arrested for
failure to appear on original
charges of driving while license
suspended or revoked and pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Barry Franklin Smith,
43, of 5643 Old Bethel Road,
Crestview, was arrested for
worthless check.
4/2: Katie Sue Gardner, 44,
of 6201 Lightning Ridge, Baker,
was arrested for violation of pro-
bation on original charge of 7
counts of worthless check.
4/3: Scott Anthony Davis, 26,
of 930 E. Edney Ave., Crestview,
was charged with aggravated
battery on a victim known to be
pregnant (domestic violence). *
James Brian Chestnut, 28, of
6189 Rochelle Lane, Crestview,
was charged with battery. A 16-
year-old Crestview teenager
was charged with culpable neg-
ligence after throwing a pottery
bowl down the school hallway,


which struck another student in
the forehead. Gwendolyn
Earline St. John, 43, of 113
Foxwood Drive, Andalusia, Ala.,
was charged with 2 counts of
worthless check. Theresa
Chantell Bright, 24, of 2729 Hwy.
2, Baker, was charged with 2
counts of worthless check. *
Stacey Dale Barrow, 24, of 3214
Lakeview Street, Crestview, was
charged with violation of proba-
tion on charges of DUI, fleeing
or eluding, and driving while
license suspended or revoked. *
Paulino Lopez Munoz, 54, of
935 Co. Rd. 508, Marbury, Ala.,
was charged with driving under
the influence.
4/4: Keary Ladon Boswell,
38, of 1401 McCall Road, Pace,
Fla., was charged with giving
false name or false identifica-
tion. A 15-year-old Crestview
teenager was charged with pos-
session of a destructive device
on school grounds after getting
"napalm" from another student,
placing it in his locker, and tak-
ing it home after school. *
Vincent Anthony Eadie, 46, of
927 West James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, was arrested for
worthless check. Catherine
Velma Frane, 30, of 1217 Valley
Road, Crestview, was arrested
for failure to appear on an origi-
nal charge of operating a motor
vehicle while license expired.
4/6: A 17-year-old Tennessee
teenager was charged with lewd
or lascivious molestation and
lewd or lascivious exhibition
based on a Florida abuse hotline
complaint of sexual abuse, a
sworn statement, and a forensic
interview.
4/7: Cheryl Ann Nitzke, 33, of
100 Terrell Drive, Crestview, was
issued a notice to appear for
possession of less than 20
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Tournament action at the March Madness Shootout held
at Gene Clary Park in Laurel Hill on April 1

Laurel Hill hosts hoop event


Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
Working solely by the dim
glow of their car's head-
lights, Johnny and Ernestine
James meticulously painted
the boundary lines on the
Clary Park basketball court
in Laurel Hill in preparation
for the big event the follow-
ing day.
As they spread the Hobo
school colors.across the pave-
ment, much of paint fell into
the large cracks in the pave-
ment that spread across the
court like Kudzu.
"This court is in really bad,
shape," said James. "I've
spent many a weekend down
here filling in the cracks but
there always seems to be
more."
They had to use their
car's headlights to finish the
work because the security
lights at the park don't work.
"Hey what ever it takes to
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Sat., April 1 he organized
what he called the March
Madness Shootout basketball
tournament. Dozens of
young people from around
the area participated in the
event.
"His contributions to the
local kids and our parks pro-
grams mean a great deal to
the city," said Laurel Hill
City councilman Vizell
Robbins Jr. "He works close-
ly with the city council and
helps put together the youth
programs at the park."
Around 50 local teens and
adults participated in the
daylong event.
"It's a good turn out, but
we always could use more,"
said James.
He enlisted the help of a
local religious leader, pastor
Rev. Tommy Lewis, Mt. Zion
Church, to help raise funds
for the trophies, and draw
attention to the event.
"The vision of our church
is to reach out to the area's
youth as much as possible,"
said Lewis. "They are the
ones that we will turn the
community over to one day
and we want to prepare them
as much as possible."
Church members sold hot
dogs and cold drinks to help
raise money for the event.
Of what.,;I 5Qvisim forhiusz
park," said James. "This
summer I would like to see a
T-ball program for the
younger children and a soft-
ball league for adults," said
James.
He hopes that the future
growth planned for the area
will provide more money to
be put into the park facility
and its programs.
"Today we are planting
the seeds. If we nurture them
right, this park and these
programs will grow and
flourish," James said.

Baker Fire District
resets meeting
Due to a fire call last
Thursday evening, the
The Baker Fire District
has rescheduled last
week's meeting of the
Board of Commissioners
to this Thursday evening
at 7 p.m. inside the fire
department.

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Don't buy kids mallards for Easter


With Easter approach-
ing, many parents consider
purchasing cute little mal-
lard ducklings as gifts for
their children. The Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) suggests buying
your child a bunny rabbit or
a stuffed animal instead.
"Although these duck-
lings might make nice pets
while they're young, they
can live 10 years and quick-
ly outgrow the cute and
fuzzy stage, leaving full-size
droppings on your patio
and outdoor furniture," said
FWC waterfowl biologist
Diane Eggeman. "When
this happens, parents and
children often grow tired of
caring for these pets and
decide to turn them loose
into the wild."
What they may not real-
ize is this is illegal and
putting Florida's native
wildlife in jeopardy. No one
may possess, buy or sell
mallards in Florida without
special permit from the
FWC, and releasing them is
prohibited.
These activities are
against the law because
domesticated ducks, once


The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission is
warning people not to buy mallards for their children dur-
ing the Easter holiday. Female (in front) and male mottled
duck pair. The female mottled duck (front) is identified as
having an orange to brown colored bill with dark blotch-
es, while the male has an olive green to yellow, solid col-
ored bill. (Photo by Marc Epstein)


released, are capable of
transmitting diseases, and
they compete with native
wildlife for food and habitat.
The more important reason
is that releasing mallards
threatens the existence of the


Florida mottled duck, a
unique subspecies found
only in peninsular Florida.
"These domesticated
mallards are crossbreeding
with the mottled duck, pro-
ducing hybrid offspring,"


Eggeman said. "This is a
serious concern and if not
stopped, this hybridization
could result in the Florida
mottled duck becoming
extinct."
Pet mallards will not
migrate when they are
released. They become
established, year-round resi-
dents of our state. When
they mate with wild mottled
ducks, it pushes Florida's
mottled ducks closer to
extinction.
The Florida mottled
duck population is relative-
ly small, and already FWC
biologists are saying as
many as 12 percent of these
ducks are showing genetic
evidence of hybridization.
Today, the future of our
mottled duck is uncertain,
but its fate is in Floridians'
hands. The solution starts
with not buying mallards
for children's Easter gifts.
For more information on
protecting Florida's mottled
ducks, contact one of the
FWC's waterfowl offices at
(850) 488-5878 or (321) 726-
2862, or click
MyFWC.com/duck
/mottled.


Xi Psi crowns

Valentine Queen


Sara Howell with her friend the Grinch.

Howell named as a
Finalist in estate pageant.


Miss Sara Elizabeth
Howell, age 15, has been
chosen as a state finalist in
the National American Miss
Florida Pageant to be held
July 8-9, 2006 at the Hyatt
Grand Cypress hotel in
Orlando, Fla. The pageant is
held for girls ages 13
through 15.
Miss Howell's activities
include scuba diving,
singing, reading, dancing
and writing. She also enjoys
hanging out with her
friends, shopping, and
movies.
Her sponsors for the
National American Miss
Pageant includes her family
and friends. She is the
daughter of Julie Clemmer
of Crestview.
The winner of the
pageant will receive a $1,000
cash award, the official


cfrwn and banner, ia boul-
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portation to compete in the
national pageant at
Disneyland in California.
Pageants are held for girls
ages four to eighteen, in five
age groups.
The National American
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to celebrating America's
greatness and encouraging
its future leaders.
Each year, the pageant
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7968 recently raised funds through its semi-annual
Tootsie Roll Drive at Publix, Wal-Mart and Winn-
Dixie. This is just one of many events that the
Knights of Columbus conducts every year to make
Crestview a better place to live. (photo submitted)


Xi Psi Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi crowned Marsha
Adams as their Valentine
Queen for 2006. The event
was celebrated at the Coach
N Four Steakhouse in
Crestview.
Marsha has been a mem-
ber of Beta Sigma Phi since
1985. She holds the
Preceptor Degree and is cur-
rently president of Xi Psi
Chapter.
She recently received the
honcSoEDrder 6.d eaose. -
This is aii honor designed to
express the gratitude and
esteem of a chapter toward
an active and loyal member
having a total of 15 years of
active participation in chap-
ters. Marsha is a truly dedi-
cated member and is deserv-
ing of this honor.
She lives in Crestview
with her husband, Doug.


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and 2006 Valentine Queen
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OWC Collegiate student advances to International Science Fair


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Justin Townley of
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the Botany category and was
also named one of four


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Adare Morell of
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Townley's pro- JuS
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order to increase crop yields.
The project not only found a


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of fruit significantly, it also
provides a mechanism for a
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Townley's pro-
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Softball


NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Middle school baseball/softball
Davidson at Lewis, 3 p.m.
Middle school track and field
Davidson vs. Richbourg at
Crestview
College.baseball
Chipola at Okaloosa-Walton
College, 5 p.m.
Thursday
Baseball
Central at Laurel Hill, 4 p.m.
Crestview at NIceville, 6 p.m.
Jay at Baker, 6 p.m.
Softball
Laurel Hill at Baker (DH), 4 p.m.
Tennis
Crestview at Navarre
Middle school golf
Richbourg vs. Bruner, 2:30 p.m. at
Fort Walton Beach Golf Club
St. Mary vs. Davidson, 3:30 p.m. at
Foxwood Country Club
College softball
Okaloosa-Walton College vs.
Pensacola Junior College (DH), 4 p.m.
at Milton
Friday
Baseball
Bozeman at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Tennis
Pelham at Crestview.
College baseball
North Florida at Okaloosa-Walton
College, 5 p.m.

Peters honored
Crestview senior forward
Kelii Peters was named to
the Florida Sports Writers
Association's honorable
_mention All-
State list for
Class 5A.
Peters
led the
Bulldogs in
scoring with
18.2 points
per game,
PETERS including a
high of 38
points on Dec. 8 against
Desire Street Academy. He
scored in double figures in
every game b6ut one.

City softball
The City of Crestview
Parks and Recreation Dept.
will take registration for its
Adult Softball League
through May 3. League is lim-
ited to the first eight teams to
register. Teams must have a
sponsor. No limit to players
on a team. Game days will be
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday. Game times will
vary. Team registration is
$285. Player fee of $15 is
due at registration. Season
begins May 8. Divisions are
"D" men and "C" women. For
details, call (850) 682-4715.

OWC sports
The Okaloosa-Walton
College baseball team was
swept in a three-game series
against Pensacola Junior
College.
The Raiders lost 3-2 on
April 7, 13-5 on April 8 and 4-
1 on April 9.
OWC (28-16, 6-11
Panhandle Conference) has
lost nine of its last 10 games.

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will hold Test & Tune
and Grudge Racing on
Friday, and NHRA Bracket
Racing on Saturday. Gates
open at 6 p.m. on Friday,
with racing from 7-11 p.m.
Gates open at 3:30 p.m. on
Saturday. Time trials begin at
4:30 p.m. Racing begins at
7:30 p.m.

CNB photos
Photos from area sporting
events can be seen at the
News Bulletin's new photo
Web site:
www.dotphoto.com/go.asp?l=
cewnb. To purchase photos
from the site, contact the
News Bulletin at (850) 682-
6524.

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 mail
to kjwrlght28@yahoo.com,
or by fax to (850) 682-2246.


Eyes on





the prize


Baker's softball team is gearing

up for a postseason run
Kyle Wright ___
News Bulletin Sports Editor B

BAKER John Carlisle The Gator softball team
only needs to utter seven lit- has achieved several mile-
tie words to refocus his Baker stones this season.
softball team any time he Record: 12-4
thinks the Gators have lost Longest win streak: 9
sight of their ultimate goals. District record: 4-0
"You know Jay isn't taking Team batting average: .340
today off," Carlisle will Team ERA: 3.05
remind his players, grabbing State ranking: No. 9
the Gators' attention with a
reference to Baker's main Carlisle started setting
District 1-2A rival, goals for his team during his
The Gators, who started first preseason as Baker's
the week with a 12-4 record, softball coach.
have one major goal left in a He. urged the Gators to
season full of missions aim for a 4-0 record in
accomplished. Baker hopes District 1-2A play. Baker
to cap a magical year with accomplished that goal with
the program's first district a pair of victories against
championship and a playoff both Freeport and Jay last
run. Jay or Freeport will month. The Gators won three
stand in Baker's way in the of those games in come-
district title game. from-behind fashion.
Those seven little words The reward: Baker earned
sound like they sank in as the the No. 1 seed for next
Gators talk about their tour- week's district tournament.
nament preparations. The No. 1 seed means a bye
"We need to remember into the championship game
there..i .alwayss.eo me-o~e ut-.-.o4he three-team tourney
there who is better than us," and a guaranteed spot in the
senior catcher Amanda Cook FHSAA state playoffs.
said. "We have to strive to be "We met our goal and
just as good as them." went undefeated," said sen-


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker third baseman Gracie Youngblood (left) and pitcher Britney Summerlin chase down a
pop fly during the Gators' game Friday against Crestview.


ior Britney Summerlin, who
has all of Baker's pitching
decisions and also leads the
Gators in hitting. "It's some-
thing we've never done. We
practiced a lot harder and
didn't take any days off, and
we did it."
The four district wins
helped the Gators meet
another goal. Carlisle wanted
Baker to bounce back strong
after two losses in its first
three games. The Gators
responded with nine straight
wins.
The.- reward: Baker
bounced into the top 10 in
the state Class 2A poll mid-
way through the winning
streak. The Gators have


stayed there ever since. They
currently check in at No. 9.
"Everybody did what they
were supposed to at the right
times," senior third baseman
Grade Youngblood said. "We
didn't do it all of the time,
but we did it when we need-
ed to."
Last week offered Baker a
chance to meet another goal.
The Gators' schedule shaped
up as a potential Revenge
Week. Baker started April
with a game against
Woodham, where Carlisle
previously coached, in the
Titans' baseball program. The
Gators finished the week with
games against Northview and
Crestview, the teams that


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker coach John Carlisle.
handed 'Baker its first two
losses of the season.-
The Gator beat Woodham
5-1 on April 4 and topped
See PRIZE, page 5B


Dawgs play neighborhood spoiler


Kyle wrign i ne News ulluetin
Crestview's softball team gathers at the end of an inning dur-
ing the Bulldogs' 8-2 win at Baker on Friday.


Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BAKER An expected
shower never materialized
on a gray Friday night at
Baker's softball diamond.
Instead, Crestview's soft-
ball team rained on the
Gators' parade.
The Bulldogs completed a
season sweep of their north
Okaloosa County neighbor
with an 8-2 victory.
Crestview (10-16) silenced
an enthusiastic Baker home
crowd eager to see the Class
2A No. 9 Gators (12-4) add


another chapter to a story-
book season.
"All season we've been
playing good quality teams,
and it's good to come out
and play a team with a good
record and be able to beat
them," CHS leadoff hitter
Autumn Norris said. "It
helps us get ready for dis-
tricts and gets us pumped."
Norris created havoc at
the top of the Crestview line-
up all evening.
She scored the game's
first run in the top of the
first. She reached on an
infield single and came


around to score on a Tera
Gainer double.
The Bulldogs extended
their lead to 4-0 in the sec-
ond. Crestview rapped out
six hits in the inning one
night after getting no-hit at
Pace. None of the first five
hits left the infield. The sixth
hit another Gainer double
- brought in two runs.
"We do like playing the
short game," CHS coach Keith
White said. "We like to start
off bunting and make them
field it because we're pretty
See DAWGS, page SB


Hoboes end losing streak with dramatic win


Laurel Hill rallies Baseball A


past East Hill
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

LAUREL HILL With
one ferocious swing of the
bat, Max Lyons ended a
week of frustration for
Laurel Hill's baseball team.
Lyons' RBI single in the
bottom of the eighth lifted
the Hoboes to an 8-7 District
1-1A victory against East Hill
on Monday at LHS.
"I was looking for the per-
fect pitch," Lyons said. "I
was waiting on it and wait-
ing on it and it finally came
to me.
"It felt good to have the
winning hit. A lot of stress


got taken out on that ball,
that's for sure."
Laurel Hill (4-9, 1-6) had
lost three straight and eight
of nine leading into
Monday's game. The skid
included a 12-1, five-inning
loss against East Hill on
April 4.
"That monkey that was on
our backs had turned into a
great big ape lately," LHS
coach Ronnie Smith said. "So
that was a nice win."
LHS rallied from a pair of
three-run deficits to win
Monday. The Hoboes fell
behind because of some of
the same mistakes that
plagued them during their
losing streaks. LHS commit-
ted eight errors, including


M. LYONS
three in East Hill'
fifth inning. The r
to four unearned I
Laurel Hill car
the bottom of the
ing 7-4.
The Hoboes d
Austin Stucki lI
inning with a d
came around to
wild pitch.
Laurel Hill la
just three pitcheE
form a 7-5 deficit
and two out into a


Pitch No. 1: Jace Smith
stole third as No. 9 hitter T.J.,
Jones drew a walk on a 3-2
pitch.
Pitch No. 2: Smith came in
to score when East Hill
reliever Peter Gladfelter
uncorked a wild pitch.
BRIDGES Pitch No. 3: Colby Bridges
s three-run smacked a triple to center,
s three-run driving in the tying run.
Eagle runs. Bridges then got a chance
ne to bat ins. to torment East Hill from the
sixth trail- pitcher's mound. He came
on in relief in the top of the
Didn't quit. seventh and shut down the
ed off the Eagle offense. Bridges (2-4)
Double and struck out six of the seven
score on a batters he faced.
"I tried to relax and keep
ter needed us in it," Bridges said. "I was
s to trans- trying to throw strikes and
with one on didn't want to let anybody
a tie game. on base."


Laurel Hill pushed across
the winning run in the bot-
tom of the eighth.
Jace Smith started things
with a one-out double. Lyons
came up next and fell behind
0-2. He worked his way back
to a 2-2 count, and then got a
reprieve when East Hill's
first baseman caught a pop
up out of play.
Lyons took advantage of
his second chance. He ripped
the next pitch into left field,
bringing in Smith with the
winning run.
"I hope it's something we
can build on," Ronnie Smith
said.
"We've struggled and
struggled and struggled, but
I like to think we're coming
around and getting a little
better."


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Review the week for the area high school
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tripled. Randy McKee earned the
pitching win to improve to 5-1.
Crestview's game scheduled
for Monday against Florala (Ala.)
was canceled. CHS coach Tim
Gillis hoped to play another
opponent later this week.

Tennis
Crestview's girls tennis team
improved to 8-3 with 7-0 victo-
ries against Milton and Tate.
CHS No. 3 singles player
Nicole Johnson improved to 11-0
with a pair of wins. Johnson did
not give up a game all week.
Crestview's boys team edged
Milton 4-3 and played well in a 5-
2 loss against unbeaten Tate.
CHS No. 5 singles player
Paul Sammons won both of his
matches last week.
No. 1 singles player Chris
Denham won his match against
Tate, avenging a tiebreak loss in
his first match against the
Aggies' No. 1 player. Sammons
also avenged an early-season


tiebreaker loss with a victory in
the rematch.
Sammons and Philip Piaget
won 8-4 at No. 2 doubles against
Milton to secure the Dawgs'
team victory.
Crestview's boys started the
week with a 4-7 record.

Softball
Crestview (10-16) took a pair
of tough losses against Santa
Rosa County opponents before
defeating Baker on April 7.
Gulf Breeze topped the
Bulldogs 7-4 on April 4. The
Dolphins scored three runs in
the bottom of the fourth to break
a 4-4 tie.
Pace pitcher Ashleigh Cole
not-hit Crestview for the second
time this season as the Class 5A
No. 9 Patriots defeated the
Bulldogs 8-0 on April 6. Pace got
all of its runs in the first two
innings on the strength of a pair
of home runs.

Track and field
Tiffany Johnson placed third in
the long jump and sixth in the 100
to lead Crestview performers at
the First Rehab Invitational held
Friday In Gulf Breeze.
Baker

Baseball
Baker (6-11, 3-1
District 1-2A)
dropped four
games last week.
Woodham defeated the
Gators 9-4 on April 3. Jay topped
Baker 9-0 on April 4 in a game
between the leaders in District 1-
2A. Ponce de Leon defeated the
Gators 10-1 on April 6.
Baker scored three runs
before Woodham could record an
out on April 3, but the Titans ral-
lied for the victory. Colton Henry
and Matt Cawthon both collected
three hits apiece for the Gators.


Baker coach Jon Boddy was
Woodham's coach last season.
Jay's Brandt Hendricks threw
a no-hitter and hit a home run to
lead the Royals past Baker on
April 4. Hendricks struck out 15.
Ponce de Leon limited the
Gators to five hits in its win at
Baker. Daniel Komula went 3-for-
3 for the Gators. Matt Jordan and
Henry contributed a hit apiece.
Baker fell 10-6 at District 1-1A
No. 1 seed Rocky Bayou on
Monday. A Gator rally in the sev-
enth Inning came up short.
Baker concludes its District 1-
2A schedule this week. The
Gators played at Pensacola
Christian late Tuesday and will
host Jay on Thursday. Baker can
tie for the No. 1 seed for the dis-
trict tourney with a pair of wins.

Boys weightlifting
Joe Smith placed fourth in the
199-pound weight class during
the Section 1-1A meet Saturday
at Bay.
Smith lifted a combined 495
pounds in the bench press and
clean and jerk. Smith's total was
30 pounds shy of the total need-
ed to earn an at-large berth in
the FHSAA state meet.
--laurel Hill-

Softball
Laurel Hill (5-7,
5-3 District 1-1A)
earned a bye into
the semifinals of
the District 1-1A tournament by
defeating Rocky Bayou on
Monday in the completion of a
game suspended by darkness in
the ninth Inning on March 23.
The Hoboes will face Central
on April 18 with a spot in the
FHSAA playoffs on the line.
Freeport defeated the
Hoboes 19-3 In five innings after
the completion of the LHS-
Rocky Bayou contest.


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Baseball


Results
April 3
Woodham 9, Baker 4
April 4
St. Xavier (Ky.) 4, Crestview 1
Jay 9, Baker 0
East Hill 12, Laurel Hill 1 (5)
April 6
Crestview 12, John Hardin (Ky.) 2 (5)
Ponce de Leon 10, Baker 1
Paxton 6, Laurel Hill 2
April 7
Crestview 11, Woodham 1 (5)
Pensacola Christian 6, Laurel Hill 5
April 10
Rocky Bayou 10, Baker 6
Laurel Hill 8, East Hill 7 (8)

Schedule
Thursday
Central at Laurel Hill, 4 p.m.
Crestview at Niceville, 6 p.m.
Jiv al Bak-, 6 p.m.
Friday
Bozerin 4t Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Monday, April 17
Laurel Hill at Freeport, 4 p.m.
Tuesday, April 18
Laurel Hill at Pleasant Home, 4 p.m.
Northview at Baker, 5 p.m.
Mosley at Crestview, 6 p.m.

Leaders
(Through April 7)
HITTING
Name Avg RBI HI
Garrett, EFTS .556 7
Dean, CHS .452 28
Thomason, CHS .431 20
PercivaV, OHS .385 10
Bridges, LHS .364 3
PITCHING
Nameds. W-L ERA
Dean, CHS 7-1 0.47 8
McKee, CHS 5-1 2.55 1
J. LyoF4,I'IHS 1-2 3.50 1


Game of the Week
Laurel Hill 8, East Hill 7 (8 innings)
April 10
The Hoboes erased a 7-4 deficit with three
runs in the bottom of the sixth, and completed
their first District 1-1A win of the season on Max
Lyons' RBI single with one out in the bottom of the
eighth. Colby Bridges tripled in the tying run and
earned the pitching victory.

Game to watch
Crestview at Niceville
Thursday 6 p.m.
Something big will be at stake when the
Bulldogs travel to The Hill for the District 1-5A
finale for both teams. The Dawgs started this
week needing onedistrict win to nail down the No.
2 seed and a first-round bye for the district
tourney. (Crestview. hosted Pace late Tuesday).
CHS started the week with a chance to earn the
No. 1 seed for the district tourney with two wins.
Niceville started this week ranked eighth in the
state Class 5A poll. The Eagles defeated
Crestview 8-4 on March 7.

Player of the Week
Chase Jaramlllo
Crestview
Jaramillo, the Dawgs' senior second baseman,
collected eight hits in Crestview's last four games
to raise his batting average to .328. He also field-
ed his position cleanly to raise his fielding per-
centage to .947. Jaramillo scored twice and drove
in five runs from the No. 7 spot in the CHS lineup
during his hot stretch.


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Softball


1 Results
April 3
Baker S'Woodham 1
Paxton 10, Laurel Hill 4
,l, April 4
Gulf Breeze 7, Crestview 4
Baker 3, Northvlew 1
Soulkte n 14, Laurel Hill 1 (5)
April 6
Pace 8, Crestview 0
Laurel Hill 5-2, Central 1-3
April 7
Crestlri'eW8 Baker 2
April 10
LaurelHIIIldef. Rocky Bayou (11)
Freep:rt,19, Laurel Hill 3 (5)

Schedule
(, Thursday
Laurel Hll, at Baker (DH), 4 p.m.
.'Tuesday, April 18
District 1-1A tournament quarterfinal,
Laurel'Hill vs. Central, 4 p.m. at Scott
Athletic Complex, Pensacola
District ,1-5A tournament quarterfinal,
Crestview vs. Fort Walton Beach, 6 p.m.
at Pace "'

Leaders
(Through April 7)
HITTING
Name Avg RBI HR
Summerlin, Baker .592 14 0
Smith, LHS .581 8 1
Rate, LHS .542 5 0
Free, LHS .467 3 1
W. Boutwell, Baker .396 13 0
Cook, Baker .375 14 0
Harrison, LHS .368 0 0
Gainer, CHS .356 16 1
PITCHING
Name W-L ERA K
Langley, CHS 2-3 2.30 22
Summerlin, Baker 12-4 2.99 88
Tew, CHS 8-13 3.50 61
Free, LHS 4-5 5.31 60


Game of the Week
Baker 3, Northview 1
April 4
All of the scoring took place early as Baker
defeated a Class 3A opponent. The Gators took the
lead with two runs in the bottom of the first. Baker
then answered a Northview run in the top of the sec-
ond with a run of its own. Baker pitcher Britney
Summerlin made the lead stand up. The Gators
avenged a 9-3 Feb. 17 loss against the Chiefs.

Game to watch
Laurel Hill at Baker (DH)
Thursday 6 p.m.
Expect an emotional afternoon at Baker. The
Gators will take time between games to honor the
four seniors Amanda Cook, Bonnie Jackson,
Britney Summerlin and Gracie Youngblood -
who led the team to a 12-4 record entering this
week. Baker then will complete a twinbill against
its north Okaloosa County neighbor. The Gator
players were not pleased when a scheduled game
Feb. 27 at Laurel Hill was moved to an early time
slot, and then did not take place because of a mix-
up with the umpires.

Player of the Week
Michelle Ralte
Laurel Hill
Raite, a sophomore first baseman, collected
four hits in six at-bats and walked several times
last week. Raite's two-run single in the bottom of
the first inning keyed the Hoboes' 5-1 win April 6
in the first game of a doubleheader. Her hot streak
raised her batting average to .542.


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District standings


Baseball District 1-5A
Team W
Crestview 6
NIceville 6
Pace 6
Tate 3
Choctawhatchee 3
Fort Walton Beach 0
Softball District 1-5A
Team W
Pace 9
NIceville 7
Fort Walton Beach 6
Tate 4
Choctawhatchee 3
Crestvlew 1


Baseball District 1-2A
Team W
Jay 4
Baker 3
Pensacola Christian 2
Freeport 0


Team
Baker
Jay
Freeport


Softball District 1-2A
W
4
2
0


Baseball District 1-1A
Team W
Rocky Bayou 8
Paxton 5
Central 3
Laurel Hill 1
East Hill 1
Softball District 1-1A
Team W
Paxton 6
Central 6
Laurel Hill 5
Rocky Bayou 3
East Hill 0


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
LEGION GOLF: The American
Legion 1st District will hold a golf tour-
nament April 15 at Foxwood Country
Club. Start time is 8:30 a.m. Entry fee is
$45 per player or $180 per team. Format
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area youth.


HIGH SCHOOLS
BASEBALL
March 31
Crestvlew 14, Opp 4
(6 innings)
Opp 400 000 4
Crestview 013 802 14
Creatvlew pitcher Josh Stoehr (W, 1-
0). 28 Chase Jaramillo, Blake Dean, J.L.
Thomason. HR Anthony Brown.
April 3
Woodham 9, Baker 4
Woodham 013 011 3 9
Baker 300 010 0 4
Baker pitcher Joe Moore (L, 3-2).
April 4
St. Xavier (Ky.) 4, Crestview 1
St,Xavier 040 000 0 4
Crestview 000 010 0 1
Crestview pitcher Blake Dean (L, 7-
1). 2 B- Trey Hayes.
Jay 9, Baker 0
Baker 000 000 0 0
Jay 013 122 x 9
Baker pitcher Matt Cawthon (L, 3-4).
East Hill 12, Laurel Hill 1
(5 innings)
Laurel Hill 100 00 1
East Hill 804 Ox 12
Laurel Hill pitcher Colby Bridges (L,
1-3). 21 Cody Becker, Rocky Stokes.
April 6
Crestvlew 12, John Hardin (Ky.) 2
(5 Innings)
John Hardin 001 10 2
Crestvlew 201 63 12
Creetview pitcher Andrew Gamble
(W, 2-0). 2B .- Trey Hayes, Chris Fulford.
HR Blake Dean 2.
Ponce de Leon 10, Baker 1
Ponce de Leon 300 313 0 10
Baker 010 000 0 1
Baker pitcher Matt Jordan (L, 0-2)4
Paxton 6, Laurel Hill 2
Laurel Hill 100 001 0 2
Paxton 201 300 x 6
Laurel Hill pitcher Jon Lyons (L, 1-
2). 20 -Austin Stucki.
April 7
Crestvlew 11, Woodham 1
(5 Innings)
Woodham 001 00 1
Cretview 207 02 11
Crestvlew pitcher Randy McKee (W,
5.1). 2B Blake Dean, Chris Fulford, Cory
Wenrich. 3B Blake Dean.
Pensacola Christian 6, Laurel Hill 5
Laurel Hill 000 300 2 5
PCA 112 001 1 6
Laurel Hill pitcher Colby Bridges (L,
1-4). 2B Jace, Smith. 3B Stephen
Madden, Jace Smith.
April 10
Rocky Bayou 10, Baker 6
Baker 000 020 4 6
Rocky Bayou 240 004 x 10
Baker pitcher Joe Moore (L, 3-3).
Laurel Hill 8, East Hill 7
(8 Innings)
East Hil 101 032 00 7
Laurel Hill 000 223 01 8
Laurel Hill pitcher Colby Bridges (W,
2-4). 28 Stephen Madden, Austin Stucki,
Jace Smith, Max Lyons. 3B Colby
Bridges.


SOFTBALL
April 3 .,,- ............... .... April-6- ...
Woodhamm '- 000-" 'o Singles
.Baker : .',A:206': 012 NL '."- Chis Denham(Cr) def. Fisher
Baker pitcher Britney Summerlin (W, 6-4, 6-2. No. 2 Johnson (T) def. Tony
11-3). Prien 6-1, 6-1. No. 3 Junot (T) def. Philip
Piaget 6-0, 6-0. No. 4 Deolaune (T) def.
Paxton 10, Laurel Hill 4 Ben Walker 6-3, 6-3. No. 5 Paul
Paxton 140 011 3 10 Sammons (Cr) def. Brooks 6-2, 6-1.
Laurel Hill 110 010 1 4 Doubles
Laurel Hill pitcher Katie Free (L, 3- No. 1 Fisher-Johnson (T) def.
4). Denham-Prien 8-5. No. 2 Junot-Deolaune
(T) def. Sammons-Piaget 8-2.


April 4
Gulf Breeze 7, Crestview 4
Crestvlew 004 000 0 4
Ouff Breeze 220 300 x 7
Cretvtew pitcher Shasta Tew (L, 7-
t2). 2B -Autumn Norris.

Baker 3, Northvlew 1
Northvlew 010 000 0 1
Baker 210 000 x 3
Baker pitcher Britney Summerlin (W,
12-3). 28 Whitney Boutwell.
South Walton 14, Laurel Hill 1
(5 innings),
Laurel Hill 010 00 1
South Walton '120 (11)x 14
Laurel Hill pitcher Kiefer (L, 0-1)
April 6'
Laurel Hill 5, Central 1
Central 001 000 0 1
LaurelHill 301 010 x 5
Laurel Hill pitcher Katie Free (W, 4-
4), 2 8- Michelle Raite.


GIRLS TENNIS
April 4
Crestview 7, Milton 0
Singles
No. 1 Danielle Prien def. Bailey 8-0.
No. 2 Megan Burrows def. Evers 8-5. No.
3 Nicole Johnson def. Blackman 8-0. No.
4 Whitney Buckelew def. Bradbury 8-0.
No. 5 Sam Walden def. Whiting 8-1.
Doubles
No. 1 Danielle Prien-Whitney
Buckelew def. Bailey-Evers 8-0. No. 2 -
Nicole Johnson-Sam Walden def. Blackman-
Whiting 8-0.
April 6
Crestview 7, Tate 0
Singles
No. 1 Danielle Prien def. Canite 6-1,
6-0. No. 2 Megan Burrows def. Snoot 6-0,
6-0. No. 3 Nicole Johnson def. Black 6-0,
6-0. No. 4 Whitney Buckelew def. Durant
6-0, 6-2. No. 5 Sam Walden def. Spears
6-1,6-1.


CHS HOOPS CAMP: The
Crestview Junior League basketball
camp will tip off.May 6. The league is
open to boys and girls ages 7-12. The
league will start with a camp from
noon-5 p.m. on May 6 at Crestview
High School. League games will run
the next five Saturdays starting at 9
a.m. Entry fee is $45 per person.
Players may register by mail, or in per-
son on May 6 at 11:30 a.m. For more
information, contact CHS coach Brian
Humphrey at (850) 240-4588. Make
checks payable to CHS Boys


PAGE 5B


Central 3, Laurel Hill 2
Laurel Hill 100 001 0 2
Central 000 030 x 3
Laurel Hill pitcher Katie Free (L, 4-
5).

Pace 8, Crestvlew 0
Crestvlew 000 000 0 0
Pace 350 000 x 8
Crestvlew pitcher Shasta Tew (L, 7-
13)

April 7
Crestview 8, Baker 2
Crestvlew 131 300 0 8
Baker 000 002 0 2
Crestview pitcher Shasta Tow (W, 8-
13). Baker pitcher Britney Summerlin (L,
12-4). 2B Tera Gainer (Cr) 2.
BOYS WEIGHTLIFTING
April 3
Section 1-1A Qualifying Meet
Baker qualifiers
154 3. Cameron Domangue, 425
pounds.
169 3. Billy Whatmough, 490 pounds
199 1. Joe Smith, 510 pounds. 2. Ben
Griffith, 495 pounds.
238 2. Matt Jordan, 530 pounds.
Hwt 2. Donald Way, 600 pounds.
Baker alternates
119 4. Zane Bamhill, 270 pounds.
129 -4. Marcus Jones, 330 pounds.
154 4. Tyler Moberly, 385 pounds.
April 8
Section 1-1A Meet
Baker scorers
199 -4. Joe Smith, 495 pounds.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
April 4 *
Navarre 207, Fort Walton Beach 52, West
Florida Tech 51, Gulf Breeze 45, Baker 5.
Baker scorer
Triple jump 1. Joe Smith 34-0.
April 7
First Rehab Invitational
Crestview finished 22nd of 22 scoring
teams
Crestview scorer
Discus- 4. Matt Sanders 127-10.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
April 4
Navarre 145, Gulf Breeze 82, Fort Walton
Beach 62, West Florida Tech 49, Baker 20
Baker scorers
100- 2. Kendria Young 13.28. Shot put
- 2. Lauryn Hetrick 30-3.
April 7
First Rehab Invitational
Crestview finished 16th of 20 scoring,
teams
Crestview scorers
100 6. Tiffany Johnson 13.53. Long.
jump 3. Tiffany Johnson 15-10. 4x100
relay 4. Crestview 51.19.
BOYS TENNIS
April 4
Crestvlew 4, Milton 3
Singles
No. 1 Gupta (M) def. Chris Denham
12-10. No. 2 Thompson (N) def. Tony
Prien 8-2. No. 3 Philip Piaget'(Cr) def.
Ellis 8-2. No. 4 Walker (Cr) def. Patterson
8-3. No. 5 Paul Sammons (Cr) def. Carver
8-2.
Doubles
No. 1 Gupta-Thompson (M) def. Chris
Denham-Tony Prien 8-5. No. 2 Philip
Piaget-Paul Sammons (Cr) def. Edmendson-
Gills 8-4.


American Heart Association Tourney .
April 7 :
Flight 1 ...
1st place (14 under) Barto,
SBaughman, Perkins, Wright. ; ,
1st place (14 under) Fordyce, Prier,
Perez, Green.
3rd place (13 under) Smith, Roberts,
Gutnik, Johnson.
Flight 2
1st place (13 under) Thomas.
Thomas, Dorman, Til!ey.
2nd place (12 under) Maughon,
Whiddon, Bouchard, Bouchard.
3rd place (9 under) Rigsby, Gottlieb,
Chamberlain, McCants.
Flight 3
1st place (10 under) Jellson, Draper,
Holland, Dennis.
2nd place (6 under) Tisa, Dooley,
Stimson, Fox.
3rd place (5 under) Bolsjolle,
McNeal, Villanucci, Villanucci.


Basketball Boostecs, attentionn Coach
Humphrey, 1250 North Ferdon Blvd, '
Crestview, FL 32539.
ALLIGATOR TROT: The
Alligator Trot 5K run is set for 9 a.m.
June 17 at Florala State Park in Florala.
Walker are welcome. This is the area's
only two-state race. The first 100
entrants are guaranteed a race T-shirt.
For more information, see the race Web
site at www.geocities.com/alligatortrot,
or contact race director Karen Johnson
at (850) 834-2032 or
alligatortrot@yahoo.com.


PRIZE, from page 1 B


Northview 3-1 on April 6.
Only an 8-2 loss against
Crestview on April 8 blem-
ished an otherwise successful
stretch.
The reward: Baker now
has proof that it has
improved throughout the
season, plus added confi-
dence from playing well
against schools from larger
enrollment classes.


"We wanted to be 3-0 last
week and we came out 2-1,
and that's good," Carlisle
said. "Against the competi-
tion we faced, I'm pleased
with that."
The loss against
Crestview gave Carlisle the
impetus to give his players
one last goal. Carlisle start-
ed Baker's Monday practice
by challenging the Gators to


spend the next eight days
gearing up for a strong per-
formance in the FHSAA
postseason.
The potential reward: A
chance to carve out a special
niche in the Baker softball
program's record book.
"I hope we continue to
make history," senior first
baseman Bonnie Jackson
said.


DAWGS, from page 1 B


fast and we haven't hit well all
year. We started off playing
the short game and seeing if
they could make plays."
The rest of the game
played out in similar fashion


to Crestview's 9-2 victory
against Baker on Feb. 10. The
Bulldogs kept scoring until
they had a comfortable lead.
The Gator runs came too lit-
tle, too late.


"It stings," Baker coach
John Carlisle said. "This was a
big game for our seniors. They
wanted to win it and I wanted
to win it for them. But we
came up on the lhort end."


WED~fNESDfAY. APRIL 192.2006


Doubles
No. 1 Danielle Prien-Whitney
Buckelew def. Canite-Black 6-0, 6-0. No. 2
Nicole Johnson-Sam Walden def. Snoot-
Durant 6-0, 6-0. 9
CITY OF CRESTVIEW
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Coach Pitch American Division
Team W L
Cardinals 5 1
A's 4 2
Marilhs 3 2
Royals 3 3
Diamondbacks 0 6
Pirates 0 6
Coach Pitch National Division
Team W L
Red Sox 6 0
Dodgers 4 2
Braves 3 3
Orioles 2 3
Cubs 2 4
10U Division
Team W L
Cubs 4 1
Braves 4 1
Dodgers 3 1
Marlins 3 1
Reds 2 3
Royals 1 3
A's 0 3
Orioles 0 4
12U Division
Team W L
S'arlins 3 0
Cardinals 2 1
Braves 1 2
Cubs 1 2
Pirates 1 3
Junior Major Division
Team W L
Red Sox 3 0
Marlins 3 1
Orioles 2 2
Tigers 0 2
Braves 0 3
Coach Pitch Girls Division
Team W L
Braves 3 1
Reds 3 2
Marlins 2 3
Cubs 1 3
Junior Softball Division
Team W L
Reds 5 0
Braves 4 0
A's 4 0
Cubs 3 3
Marlins 2 5
Red Sox 0 5
Diamondbacks 0 5
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
April 6
1st place (9 under) Debra
Henderson, John Law, David Hinnant, David
* Smith.
2nd place (8 under) Robert L. Tllley,
David Ganzel, Charlie Peele, Louis Hale.
3rd place (7 under) Jim Fogle, Jesse
Greer, Dale Anderson, Jesse Dennis.
4th place (6 under) John Wacholz,
Claude Stiles, Jerry Smyri, Lavaughn
Dorman.
5th place (6 under) Jerry Devoy,
Norm Hullinger, Fred Heiler, Melvin Cox.
Sunday Lowball
April 9
1st place (13 under) Ward Hendrix,
Melvin Cox, Andre Partin, Joe Belanger, Rick
Kilpatrick.
2nd place (12 under) Jeff Holmes,
Brad Gutnik, Bill Gutnik, Tom Sannino.
3rd place (11 under) Ron
Henderson, Tom Kearley. Don Widmaler, Tim
...-,Leath. ., s is ,
4th place (11 uLuer).- Tony Perez,
Archie Perez, Bri,u, huprey, Da!to.
Sheffield.
5th place (10 under) Erik Henry, j
Shawn Gordon, Dennis Fields, Dan Vollmer,
Fred Becker.
6th place (10 under) -Tom Prier, John
Shaw, Larry 'Fordyce, Eric Fordyce, Chad
Fordyce.
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at 8 a.m. The next Sunday Lowball is
Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Call (850) 682-2012
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Neighborhood breaks


ground on $4 million dollar project


Children in Crisis, Inc.
held a groundbreaking cere-
mony for the Children's
Neighborhood and took a
giant step toward making its
dream a reality.
Construction on the $4 mil-
lion project is set to begin
soon and will provide
homes and establish hope
for abused and neglected
children of the community.
CIC is a non-profit chari-
ty made up of caring people
from the community. The
goal is to build a neighbor-
hood of foster homes for the
children of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties. The
Children's Neighborhood
will also include an emer-
gency shelter, a neighbor-
hood center and a recreation
center. Over 100 people
were in attendance to wit-
ness the milestone event.
According to Sharilyn
Darnell, Past-President of
the CIC Board of Directors
and fundraising campaign
chairperson, "There is a
severe shortage of foster
homes in our community,
and one in four children are
placed in a home that is over
capacity. This causes sib-
lings to be separated, chil-
dren to be placed out of their
county and moved from fos-
ter home to foster home -
some as many as 10 times
per year."
"We're moving along
and bringing this great
dream one step closer to
reality," said Mack Gay, cur-
rent President CIC Board of
Directors. "This is a com-
munity challenge and we
need the community's sup-
port to help us with the
solution."
CIC is leasing the 20-acre
Children's Neighborhood
site from Okaloosa-Walton
College for $1 per year.
OQWC.-is truly,,a,partnr
this community project, .
-'Phase I- Will house 36'
children. After completion
of Phases II and El, 84 foster
children will have a safe,


Ken Hair, CIC executive director, welcomes the over 100 attendees to the CIC Children's
Neighborhood groundbreaking ceremony located on Hurlburt Field Road in Wright. The
Children's Neighborhood will include foster homes, an emergency shelter, recreation
center and a neighborhood center for abused and neglected children.
(Photo by Fred Pitts)


secure home in a nurturing
environment.
Ken Hair, CIC executive
director, said, "This project
wouldn't be possible with-
out the tremendous support
from our community part-
ners. The architects and
designers for the Children's
Neighborhood include: Jeff
Prescott, Prescott Architects;
Mark Siner, Choctaw
Engineering; Larry More,
LBM Design and Don
David, Kendrick-David-
Dowling Architects. The site
preparation is a donation
from Chuck Roberts, C. W.
Roberts Contracting.
"We still need to raise
about $1 million for Phase I,
but thanks to all of our great
business and community
support I know we'll be suc-
cessful. Naming opportuni-
ties are still available,
including group homes,
rooms, furnishings and the
Children's Neighborhood
naming for a $1, 'mdiflioH'
donation."
Pat Franklin,
Department of Children and
Families, commented, "We
desperately need an emer-


agency shelter and more fos-
ter homes in our communi-
ty. When children are
removed from an unsafe or
unstable environment in the
middle of the night, at times
the children are brought
back to the DCF offices,
where they remain until a
bed can be located. We
could use this facility today
and I'm very pleased the


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community is so supportive
to this vitally important pro-
ject."
How Can You Help?
CIC still needs your help
to fund housing for the
abused and neglected chil-
dren of our community. If
you want to help, please call
Executive Director Ken Hair
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday. April 24, 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 Ordinance
#1253 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE #1253
-AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE 1239 BECAUSE OF
AN ERRONEOUS PROPERTY DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
. AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR ANNEXATION OF 71.23 ACRES
OF CONTIGUOUS LANDS, LOCATED IN SECTIONS 31 AND 32,
'TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, INTO THE CITY LIMITS
AS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION;
PROVIDING FOR BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND
,ZONING DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FIL-
'ING' WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVID-
ING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
,FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
-DATE.
STjhp 71.23 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1253 is identified
n, the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by parcel
identification numbers 31-4N-23-0000-0003-0000, 31-4N-23-
;0000-0003-0100, 31-4N-23-0000-0003-010A, 31-4N-23-0000-
0003-001 A and 32-4N-23-0000-0028-001 A, and also Subdivision
identification number 31-4N-23-521 A. The 71.23 acre Parcel is
located in Sections 31 and 32, Township 4 North, Range 23 West.
The 'parcel's loca-
tion is shown on ORDINANCE 1253
the map labeled-- --, -"ORDINANCE1253j
"Ordinance 1253" -, -
in this advertise- -, -
ment. --- '. ..
Copy of the pro- "-- '"--: \-
posed ordinance- j JT
and complete legal
description of the --;_
property being
annexed are avail-
able in the City __/
Clerk's Office, at I
City Hall at 198 -,
North Wilson Street '-
in the City of --
Crestview, Florida, ..
where they may be I' '- L. 2
inspected by the '-" Toiiii- ....
public and interest- '
ed parties, and interested parties may appear at the meeting and
be heard with respect to the proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not dis-
criminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in
the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and par-
ticipation 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 considered 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 ver-
batim 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
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Retired marine "Don Hunt" remembers China and beyond


Don Hunt sitting in his kitchen and looking at his scrap-
book and reminiscing about his 60-year military and
civilian career


John Parrott
Bulletin Military Reporter
Donald "Don" Hunt, a
Missouri transplant now living
in Crestview has the distinction
of being one of last American
military servicemen to leave
China after World War II, in
1949.
The China experience
would have an insightful and
lasting effect on the young
Marine, and to this day, Hunt
says the time in China was both
the best and worst experience.
"My group, Marine Fighter
Squadron -211, was stationed
in Tsingtao, which was small
city in Shandong province on
China's east coast," said Hunt,
a 20-year veteran of the United
States Marine Corps.
"I was a detachment police
guard and I took my job seri-
ously. All that separated us
from Communist Chinese was
the wall around our compound,
and they hated us. In fact, it
was so bad we weren't allowed
to leave post unless we left in


groups of five or more."
"Today, there might be a lot
of romantic notions about
China, but I don't share them.
It might have been the war, and
the occupation of their land, but
whatever the reason, my take
on them is a negative one and I
don't have the same opinion of
other Orientals. I'll always trea-
sure the experience though,
because I went over there as a
17-year-old boy out of basic
training, and I had to grow up
in a hurry because the men in
VMF-211 were older, battle
hardened veterans, and that
was a sobering experience."
Hunt, a twice married
Perryville, Missouri farm boy,
has had five multiple overseas
tours of duty while in the
Marine Corps. His job has taken
him all over the world from
China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan,
and finally Vietnam. "I may
have forgotten a few others,"
Hunt grinned as he recalled his
many experiences.
His last overseas assign-
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shortly afterwards he returned
to the states and retired in 1970.
However, his subsequent civil-
ian career has been just as var-
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in 1970. Since then I've been a
police officer, chaplain, security
consultant, mechanic and
apartment house manager,"
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siders himself completely
retired.
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of a museum and memorial to
the Marine Corps and movie
actor John Wayne than it does a
place to park an automobile. It
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organized and highly disci-
plined military man, even
today at the age of 75.
He opens a scrapbook
chock full visual and written
mementoes of his dual careers.
There are photographs of him
as young, hard-as-nails Marine,
to the most current ones of him
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police offer. "Everything is in
here," Hunt said, and added,
"from the time I enlisted at the
age of 17 years of age right up
until I finally retired for good."
"I grew up in St. Louis, but
my folks were from Perryville,
which then was a really small
town about 70 miles south of St.
Louis," said Hunt.
"My dad, Oscar, was the
maitre d in the Missouri
Athletic Club in St. Louis. It
was one of those members only
clubs that catered to the very
wealthy, and even during the
Depression he made enough to
support our family. There were
five of us too, including my
brother and sister," added
Hunt.
It was then that Hunt grew
reticent, and his voice broke
slightly as he began talking
about Francis, his wife of 40
years.
"I was married before, but it
wasn't until I met her that my
life turned completely around,"
Hunt says affectionately.
"Up until that point I was a
scrapper, and did some things
that I am not particularly proud
of, but through her, and being
associated with her, things
began to change in my life for
the better."
He continued, "I bet you'd
never guess she smuggled
Bibles into the former Soviet
Union, but she did, and proba-
bly thousands of them," he
added. "If she had been caught
she would have been sentenced
to a very long prison term."
His wife Fran, as she prefers
to be called, is an articulate,
engaging woman who has a
fascinating story of her own,
about being converted to
Christianity from Judaism, and
today she is a lecturer on the
subject.
Between the two of them
they have six children, two each
by former marriages and two
between them. "You remember
the movie, 'Yours, Mine and
Ours'? Well, that's us," beamed
Hunt.
"Fran and I got married in
Santa Ana 1965, and I retired
from the Marine Corps in 1970,
at El Toro, Calif.
"My first civilian job after
retiring was handyman at an
apartment complex, and did
that for abopt three years. Then
we moved to. Albuquerque,
New Mexico,; where I worked
for Singer Corp. in the security
department, and I worked there
for about three years."
On another page in his
scrapbook is a picture of him
wearing a police officer's uni-
form, and another chapter in
his life began.
"We moved back to
Perryville, Missouri, where I
worked in a flour mill bagging
flour. After a few months, the
city had an opening for a police
officer, and Fran told me I
ought to apply. I told her I was
too old, and I thought I was at
45, but anyway she convinced
me to apply and I did," Hunt
said, with a smile, "but I have
to tell you I didn't think I stood
a chance because I was going
up against much younger guys,
and one of them had come from
the St. Louis police force." ,
"I don't think anyone was
more shocked than I when Igot
the job, but this was sort of my
hometown anyway and I loved
the work," said Hunt.
"We stayed in Perryville for
about three years, and moved
again, a couple of more times
until Fran decided she wanrited
to attend Christian Academy in
Santa Rose Beach, here in
Florida. Then we moved to
Santa Rosa Beach in 1998," said
Hunt.
It was during this time
Hunt and his wife made a reli-
gious pilgrimage to Israel, and
this proved to have a profound
affect on both of them.
"I can't explain it exactly,"
says Hunt, with considerable
emotion behind his eyes, "but
the moment I stepped off the
plane I felt like I was home. I
felt like I belonged. And the
country of Israel is beautiful. It
is so clean and amazingly
green, but it was the feeling of
sublime belonging that I experi-
enced. I felt truly reconnected
to the past."
After a moment of reflec-
tion, Hunt closed his filled and


heavy book and said, "You
know, I never finished high
school, and what I am today I
learned in the Marine Corps
and in life itself. I guess I've
not done too bad considering. I
am convinced of this, if it had-
n't been for the Marine Corps
taking me, a tough, hard head-
ed, scrappy teenager, and turn-
ing me into a man, I don't know
what I might have become."


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
CRESTVIEW EASTER EGG
HUNT AT OST PARK: The City of
Crestview Easter Egg Hunt will be held
from 10A.M. to 12p.m. at 205 Stillwell
Ave., the Old Spanish Trail Park.
Children ages 0-12 are invited to partic-
ipate (they will hunt in age groups).
The event includes a train ride,
moon walk with a 16-foot slide, and a
sea of balls.
HOOTENANNY DEMOCRAT-
IC SOCIAL CLUB: The group will
meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 16 at the
Regency Inn (formerly Holiday Inn) on
Hwy 85 S. below Interstate 10.
Rod Smith, a Democratic candidate
for governor, will be the speaker.
It is a Dutch dinner and everyone is
invited, call 682-2691 or 582-8717 for
more information.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS HCE:
The Home and Community Educators'
regular meeting will be held Thursday,
April 13 at 9:30. The program is on sav-
ing your pennies. For more information
call Nita at 682-3118.
INTERNET SAFETY COURSE:
The Ruckel SAC, the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office, and the county School
Board will have a meeting Tuesday,
April 18 from 7-9 p.m. about Safety on
the Internet Students, parents, grand-
parents and guardians who would like
more information on protecting their
children are invited to attend.
Sheriff's Dept. spokespersons will
share their local and national experi-
ences in dealing with child predators
and the risks facing our kids today.
Speakers also include personnel from
the Fort Walton, Niceville, and
Pensacola Police Dept., and Rob
Cochran of the FBI.
TRAFFIC SIGNAL ACTIVAT-
ED: On Apr. 6 at 10 a.m. the new traf-
fic signal at the intersection of U.S.
Highway 90 and Antioch Road was
activated. Officials are urging motorists
to use caution.
2ND ANNUAL JOHN
PRITCHARD POKER RUN: On
Sunday, April 30, the Emerald Coast
HOG Chapter 30672 will host their
memorial poker run in honor of John
Pritchard, founding owner of Heritage
Cycles H-D. All proceeds from the
event will be donated to the local
American Cancer Society.
The event starts at Heritage Cycles
H-D in Fort Walton Beach at 8 a.m.
First Bike out is at 9:30 a.m., last bike
out at 10:30 a.m., and the last bike in is
at 2 p.m. Awards will be given at 2:15,
and the event ends at 3 p.m.
All motorcycles are welcome, and a
parent or guardian must accompany all
minors. You must be a paid participant
to collect any winnings, including door
prizes.
The entry fee is $10 per rider, with
awards for the top 3 poker hands and
the largest registered club. For informa-
tion or donations, contact Jim Parker at
682-9860, or Heritage Cycles at 850-
862-4706. Web site www.echog.com.
SPRING PLANT SALE:
Okaloosa County Master Gardeners
will have their annual spring plant sale
Sat., April 29 at the Fort Walton Beach
Northwest Florida Fairgrounds in Fort
Walton Beach. Hours are 8 a.m, to
noon. Plant types include perennials,
annuals, trees and shrubs, bog plants,
dish gardens, native roadside plants,
butterfly nectar, and larvae plants.
ANNUAL CELEBRATION:
Senior Circle will hold its annual cele-
bration on Thursday, April 13 at 11:30
a.m. at the Recreational Outreach
Center in Crestview. All current and
prospective Senior Circle members are
invited to attend. Food, fun and enter-
tainment will be provided. You must
call 689-8409 to register.
ANNUAL CIVITAN CLUB
RODEO: The 19th annual Civitan
Rodeo will be held April 28 and 29 in
the Covington Center in Andalusia, Ala.
Sanctioned by the Professional Cowboy
Association, it will feature professional
rodeo clown John Hayden, as well as
his unique animal specialty acts and
rodeo comedy.
Gates open at 6 p.m., with the rodeo
starting at 7:30 with the Grand Entry.
Saddle bronc and bareback riding, bar-
rel racing, steer wrestling, and other
rodeo categories are planned. There will
Also be kids' activities such as a Gold
Rush money search, a Calf Scramble,
and a men's stick horse race before-
hand.
The concession stand will be open
all evening, with grilled hamburgers
and hotdogs, funnel cakes, and other
items.
Tickets: $6 for students 6 and up
and seniors over 60, $7 at the gate.
Adult tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at
the gate. Reserved seats are $12 ($14 at
the gate). The other seats are first come,
first serve. Group tickets are also avail-
able at a discount rate. for more infor-
mation, call 334-427-0050. Funds from
the rodeo will be used for the club's
community donations, scholarships,
and services.
SECTION 8 VOUCHER
SIGNUP: The Crestview Housing
Authority Section 8 Housing Choice
Voucher Program will be accepting
applications for the waiting list from
through May 12, 2006.
Applications will be received in the
main office at 371 W. Hickory Avenue,
Crestview, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. They
will begin taking applications at 9 a.m.
The housing Choice Voucher program
is for the very low income family.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are need-
ed 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 SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT WOMEN:
If you are pregnant and concerned
about alcohol and drugs, free and confi-
dential help is available. All pregnant
women are eligible for priority sub-
stance abuse treatment services.
Women's Intervention Services &
Education can provide you with infor-


nation 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.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol Council.
For more information, call (850) 689-
4024 in Crestview or (850) 833-3729 in
Fort Walton Beach.
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 needs volunteers to work in
the Emergency Operations Center
(EOC) assisting county personnel in the
event of any natural or manmade disas-
ter affecting Okaloosa County.
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 available upon request. For more
information, call the museum at 537-
5714, Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to bakermuse-
um@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are needed to
drive the DAV van, which takes veter-
ans to their appointments at the VA
SOutpatient 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.
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
nationwide by calling 1-800-468-6933
or logging onto
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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 accepting applications
for membership into their youth frater-
nity. Membership is open to all young
men from 9 to 17 years old; however
they must be accompanied by parent or
guardian when filling out an applica-
tion.
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 civil-
ian 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
www.TLC-Brotherhood.org.

EVENTS
TAX HELP: Tom Pomeroy of the
First Baptist Church of Crestview is
offering free tax services for all tax sit-
uations from noon to 4 p.m. Please call
682-2544 to make an appointment. He
has been offering his services since
1980, and has been offering them to the
public since 1995.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUBLIC
LIBRARY EVENTS: The Infant and
Toddler Lap Sit Program meets in the
Story Room on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday morning of each month at
10:15 a.m. The program introduces you
and your child to books through read-
ing, rhymes, and music. Please call
Heather for more information at 682-
4432 or 682-8776.

MEETINGS
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB: Meets every second Monday
evening of the month at Hughes
Cabinet Shop. Social starts at 6 p.m.
For more information call Deb at 682-
2555 or Darliene at 217-0869.
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY: Meetings
are on the third Thursday of January,
Match, May, July, September and
November at 10:30 a.m. at the Robert
L.F. Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new members.
Other events celebrating the
library's anniversary will continue
through July 18 with an big band music
outdoor concert.
SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVITIES:
To register and make reservations for
all events, please call 689-8409. The
SC classroom is at 127 E. Redstone


Avenue in Crestview.
Exercise classes Stretch, Flex &
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 $2.50 per
class or $10 a month.
Wed. April, 12, 10 a.m., Pet
Therapy seminar in the classroom.
Thurs., April 13, 11:30 a.m.,
Recreational Outreach Center.
Mon., April 17, 11:30 a.m., lunch
and games with shoal Creek Health and
Rehab Center in the SC classroom.
Tues., April 18, 10:30 a.m., bingo at
SC classroom.
Wed., April 19, 10:30 a.m., bridge
in the classroom.
April 20 and 21, AARP Driver
Safety Course from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. both days, in the SC classroom.
Cost of the class is $10. You must
attend both days to receive full credit.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS: The Holt
Fire District Board of Commissioners
holds their regular scheduled meetings
every third Thursday of the month at
490 W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the communi-
ty building at 6:30 p.m. The public is
encouraged to attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
TRAINING: The Holt Fire
Department holds its regular training
meeting the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at the fire sta-
tion located at 490 W. Hwy 90 in Holt.
Persons interested in joining the depart-
ment are welcome to attend.

CLASSES
DESTIN LA SPANISH CLASS-

ES: Spanish classes for children ages 3-
10 are held at Emmanuel Baptist
Church in Crestview on Mondays from
5-5:45 p.m. Beginner adult classes are
held Tuesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at Tall
Pines Academy. Please call (850) 682-
0886 to register now, and visit the
Destin LA web site at
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Talent shined while students per-
formed comedy, opera, rock, dance and
magic. Over twenty nine participants
entertained the crowed in the first
Baker Idol talent show, to a packed
auditorium this past "Saturday night.
Baker Idol was presented by the
PTO, the program was-emceed by Kyra
Crowson an active PTO member and a
talented emcee. Participants in the pro-


gram were awarded a medal after the
show for letting their talents be known.
The following students proved that
Baker, Florida is a hot bed of potential
Idol competitors for years to come.
Falin Lawson, Travis Barrow &
Michael Brace, Tiffany Howze, Justin
Jackson, Ashley bolton, Taylor Lowery,
Thomas Crowson, Karlie Henderson,
Adam Crowson, Michelle Workman,


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Katie Diaz & Nick Knudsen, Alex
Barrow, Alicia Morris, Emily Parker,
David Irvine & JB Kain, Jessica
Castleberry and the Mona dancers
Tabitha Godwin & Erin Grundel, Carlie
Holmes, Kelley Wheat & Ashton
Phillips.


Falin Lawson per-
forms "C Major" on
the piano.


Travis Barrow on the drums and Michael Tiffany Howze who performed "Doe Ray
Brace play the guitar entertain the crowd, Me" stands at the podieum to answer a
with their newly formed band. trivia question for Kyra Crowson.


Justin Jackson
belts out "Hello
Darlin"


Emcee Kyra Crowson gets the show on
the road this past Saturday while students
get ready to participate in the PTO clubs
first Baker Idol talent show.


Ashley Bolton
woos the crowd
with "Why Not".


Taylor Lowery sings Thomas Crowson
"God has given me plays "On top of
a window". Spaghetti".


Karlie Henderson Adam Crowson at right and Eric Melvin
tells the tail of play a duet on the guitars of "Bless the
"Herman the Worm". Lord".


Hannah Lindsay
sings "Jesus take
the wheel".


Alex Barrow per-
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clarinet.


Ben Crowson
sings "My Father's
Will".


Alicia Morris
sings "I will follow
him".


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Wilder Kersey works Katie Diaz and Nick Knudsen sing a duet
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THE CNB CALENDAR from "Extension
If your organization has a regularly sched- Homemakers."
uled standing meeting that you would like to Home and
see in our calendar, please mail it to the Community
Crestview News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee Education mem-
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it to 682- bers are volun-
2246; or e-mail us at teers in the
okpublishing@crestviewbulletin.com. Please Family &
label all correspondence: "Attn Weekly Consumer -
Calendar." Sciences pro-

Goldwing Riders change gram of the A
U F/I FAS
meeting location Extension pro-
The GOLD WING ROAD gram in Okaloosa
RIDERS ASSOCIATION County. Helping
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0, now Florida families
meets at the Ryan's steakhouse meet the practical
on North Ferdon Blvd. in challenges of
Crestview, across from Wal-Mart. daily life remains
Every third Saturday morning for one of the goals
breakfast at 8 a.m. and business of the organiza-
at 9 a.m. Dedicated to the group tion. AlB
motto "Friends for fun, safety, and M e m b e r s
knowledge," members enjoy the enjoy educational
freedom of belonging to a non- programs, corn-
profit, nonreligious, and nonpoliti- munity service
cal organization. There are over work, leisure arts,
80,000 members worldwide, and and fellowship.
all motorcycles and owners are They are also
welcome to join. For information, involved at the
call Billy Mason at 689-2280 or county, district,
Jack Birge at 682-3650. and state level.
Meetings are
ORGANIZATIONS available to all
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT COM- persons without
MISSIONERS' monthly meeting regard to race,
is on the third Thursday at 6:30 color,-. sex, age,
p.m. in the 'Community fire handicap, reli- photo by: Ken Nielsen
Building. The public is encour- gion, or national The Southside Elementary School bell ringers performed the Nationa
aged to attend. origin. Crestview Chamber of Commerce breakfast. Pictured in the foreground
WESTERN GATE CHAP- The Home and Kristin Woelfel.
ATION For more details on anyC Educators' regular meeting will be sage. Detachment 915 meets at 7:30
ATION For more details on any held Thursday, April 13 at 9:30. The MOMS CLUB OF p.m. Any former or retired Marine

web site athttp://westgate.flodda- The program is on- saving your CRESTVIEW: The MOMS Club, interested in joining should con-
trail.org online, stgate.floda- pennies. For more information an international non-profit support tact Jack Howell at 683-0412 or
traiorg PENSACOLAneOLKS- call Nita at 682-3118. group for at-home mothers, Tom Burns at 682-3992.

MARCH CLUB. Walking & Social LUPUS SUPPORT NET- including those who have home- The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
Club. Meetings take place at 7:00 WORK LSN meets every third based businesses or who work SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple),
p.m. third Tuesdays at Founaris Friday of the month at NOMC's part-time but are home with their located at 971 West James Lee
Brothers Restaurant. Visitors wel- Senior Circle Classroom in children during the day, has start- Blvd., has bingo games every
come. Details: 474-9012 or on the Crestview. For more information ed a new chapter in the Crestview Thursday night. The club also
web. site at call 1-800-458-8211. area. offers three $250 jackpots. Call
www.angelfire.cotrek/pensaco- DISABLED AMERICAN The MOMS Club of Crestview Robert Boutwell at 682-5087, or
www.angelfire.com/trek/pensaco- VETERANS get together every has monthly meetings with speak- stop by.

THE SWAMP RANGERS OF third Tuesday of the month for a 6 ers and discussions, park play- The CRESTVIEW COMPUT-
NORTH WEST FLORIDA, a p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meeting at days, holiday family outings, out- ER CLUB workshop is held every
retired group of Airborne soldiers the chapters 5296 Hare Street ings for mothers and their chil- second Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m.
and A rmy Rangers, welcome any location in Crestview. For infor- dren, and activity groups like play- at the Lakewood Church at 6250
anred Army Rangers to join their groupme any mation, call the chapter office at groups, cooking club, a monthly Old Bethel Road in Crestview.
retired warriors to join their grouppo 682-0982 or write them at DAV MOMS Night Out, and babysitting The second meeting is held every
for fun activities and to support Chapter 57, P.O. Box 63, coops. We also do service pro- third Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9

Camp. You will see old buddies Crestview, FL 32539. jects for the needy. The monthly p.m. Contact Bill Melanson at
and meet new ones. The ladies THE WALTON GUARD meetings are held every third 537-8341 or vial email at

will enjoy talking over old times. meets at the White Sands Friday of the month at the Bill358@earthlink.net for informa-
The group meets at 8 a.m. on Bowling Center in Fort Walton Epiphany Episcopal Church, 424 tion.
the last Saturday of each month Beach. The meetings are public. Garden St., Crestview at 9:30 BLOSSOM GARDEN CLUB
for breakfast at the Golden Corral Contact Cheryl Harris at 244- a.m. The meeting is open to You may call Hilda Ard (537-4642)
Restaurant in Destin, and the first 3053 for details. mothers of all ages that are resi- orAmarene Griffith (537-3791) for
Wednesday evening of each The SONS OF CONFEDER- dents of Crestview. Please con- more information.
month at 6 p.m. for steak and ATE VETERANS hold meetings tact Membership Vice President The CRESTVIEW AREA
at 6 p.m. ni for steak an at GeRny'gsGrestvi--p my=haresa tit-88.895-or CMAMBER Q O-COMMERCE
Fourw Resta ra --W."90. lic may atteadCa-lLJaok-Bonham- emaiLatmncrestvid @.,-Qx.nfe tlrk r s jts mnthly breakfast meet-
join eitheragroup, contact To at 862-3891 for information. more information. ing on the, first Thursday of each
o t 9 oa m The Crestview CON- MOTHERS OF, month starting at 7:00 a.m. at the
Moody at 682-5399 or e-mail hicox.net.m CERNED CITIZENS GROUP PRESCHOOLERS OF Recreational Outreach Center
a The ALZHEIMER'S SUP- meets on the first Thursday of CRESTVIEW meets the first and directly behind Central Baptist
PORT GROUP meets on the 2nd every month at 6 p.m. The meet- third Thursday of each month Church.
Tuesday of every month at 11 ings are held in the Fairview Park from 9:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. at ELKS LODGE meets first
a.m. in the Covenant Hospice building on McClelland Street. Emmanuel Baptist Church in and third Thursdays at 127 Pine
Community Education Room at The BAKER FIRE DISTRICT Crestview. You do not have to be Avenue in Crestview-Phone
370 W. Redstone Drive in BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS a member of the church to attend 682-2110.
Crestview. Guest speakers, group now meets the first Thursday of the meetings. The group web site LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
discussion and support from each month at 7 p.m. at the Baker address is www.MOPS.org. Call Central Panhandle (serving
friends are all a part of it. Call Area Public Safety Building, locat- 682-9416 for information. Walton, Okaloosa, and South
689-M46 for information. ed at 1375 19th Street in Baker. MARINE CORPS LEAGUE Santa Rosa Counties) meetings
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS The public is encouraged to On the second Thursday of each are held the second Friday of
HCE*CLUB is one of the oldest attend. If you have any questions, month at the American Legion each month at 9:30 a.m. in
volunteer groups in the U.S., please call 537-2487; if there is Post 235 in Fort Walton Beach, Crestview and the fourth Tuesday
although the name has changed no answer, please leave a mes- the Marine Corps League of each month at 11:00 a.m. in
alog .. Navarre. For more information


il Anthem recently at the April
left right are Victoria Kiser and


and meeting locations, please call
850-683-1712 or 850-936-8887.
SHARING AND CARING,
298 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.,
offers emergency food service to
the needy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Monday through Friday (closed
on Thursdays.
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY For
more information, contact Chuck
Licari at 850-243-6696.
The ORDER OF THE EAST-
ERN 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
COVENANT HOSPICE ON-
GOING GRIEF SUPPORT
GROUP: Covenant Hospice
invites anyone who has suffered
the loss of a loved one to attend
this free on-going grief support
group on the first and third
Wednesday of each month from

.Crestview office located at 370 -.
Redstone Drive;-
The bereavement specialist
will present current information on
growing through grief, the impact
of grief, and renewal after loss.
"Dutch" lunch follows the meeting.
For more information, please con-
tact Charlotte at 682-3628, ext.
235.
The Twin Cities Hospital and
the National Headache
Foundation invite you to attend
the monthly HEADACHE SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for more
information and to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer sup-
port 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 SUP-
PORT GROUP (ANAD) will meet
each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Fort Walton Beach Creative
Senior Center, 31 Memorial
Parkway SW. Nationally affiliated;
local advisory board. Call 796-
3277 for information.
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 second Thursday of every
month so the people of Okaloosa
County have the opportunity to
personally discuss issues con-
cerning them.
e The REPUBLICAN CLUB
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY meets
regularly on the fourth Thursday
of the month. For general infor-
mation on the Republican Club,
please contact Marvin Brigman at
609-3341.
The LAUREL HILL VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DEPARTMENT holds
its regular monthly meetings on
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall. Drills are at 9
a.m. on the Saturdays following
the meetings.
The NORTH OKALOOSA
FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month at
the fire station 83, located at 5241
Highway 4 in Milligan. Each meet-
ing begins at 7:00 p.m.
The OKALOOSA WALTON
TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
ORGANIZATION normally meets
on the third Thursday of the
month at the Niceville Community
Center, 204 North Partin Drive
(SR 285) at 3:00 p.m. To confirm
the meeting date and location,
call 1-800-226-8914 ext. 213.
The LAUREL HILL CITY
COUNCIL meets on the first
'Thursday of each month at City
Hall on State Road 85N in Laurel
Hill. Each session starts at 7:00
p.m.
-The- ALMARANTE VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DISTRICT holds their
monthly business and commis-
sioners meeting on the second
Thursday night of each month at
the fire station. -
DANCING
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
DANCE ASSOCIATION has line
.dance classes for beginners on
Monday nights at the DeFuniak
Springs Community Center from
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for beginners,
and from 8 to 9 dancing only (no
teaching). For more information
contact Rodney Ryals at (850)
892-2562, 892-8284 (recorder at
both numbers), or email him at
opvnkv-rakko @ gdsys.net.


Nl PUBLIC NOTICES
IN THEiCIRCUITCOURT, FIRST and the personal representative and the GLADYS LUCILLE BARKER, & Thurston, PA., 1723 Blanding TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF Nursing Home, Crestview, Florida
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR personal representative's attorney Boulevard, Suite 102, Jacksonville, SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS SHAWN M. RISEN, ESQUIRE 32539.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA RONALD ALLEN KEITH, JR., are set forth below. Defendants Florida 32210, on or before May NOTICE ON THEM. RISEN & RYAN Be advised that anyone having
CASE NO.: 06-DR-1066 Respondent/Husband. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS 17, 2006, and file the original with All other creditors of the dece- 436 Green Acres Road any claim to the moneys or knows
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:, NOTICE OF ACTION the Clerk of this Court either before denrt and persons having claims or Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 the whereabouts of the heirs of the
IN RE: The Marriage of NOTICE OF ACTION All creditors of the decedent service on the Plaintiff's attorney or demands against the decedent's ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER estate, must contact the Clerk's
and other persons having claims or TO: Gladys Theresa Geck immediately thereafter; otherwise a estate, including unmatured, con- office within six (6) months. If the
DEBRA LOUISE RONEY, TO: Ronald Allen Keith, Jr. demands against decedent's Last Known Address default will be entered against you tingent or unliquidated claims, must on or before May 4, 2006, and file money is not claimed within this
Petitioner/Wife, 9438 South Calumet estate, including unmatured, con- 4214 Whitlock Street for the relief demanded In the com- file their claims with this court the original with the Clerk of this time, then It will be forwarded to the
Avenue tingent or unliquidated claims, on Brunswick, GA31520 plaint or petition. WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER Court at the Okaloosa County State of Florida, State Treasurer's
and Chicago, IL 60619 whom a copy of this notice is THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Courthouse Annex, Shalimar, Office, pursuant to the Florida
Present Address: Unknown served must file their claims with Perry Eugene Gill DATED on this 5 day of April, 2006. CATION OF THIS NOTICE. Florida either before service on Statute 744.534.
JAVON DAMIEN RONEY, this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF Last Known Address ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Petitioner's attorney or Immediately IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
Respondent/Husband. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an THREE MONTHS AFTER THE 4214 Whitlock Street DON W. HOWARD WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. thereafter otherwise a default will have set my hand and official seal
action for dissolution of marriage DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- Brunswick, GA31520 CLERK OF THE COURT Notwithstanding the time peri- be entered against you for the relief at Okaloosa County, Crestview,
NOTICE OF ACTION has been filed against you and you TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR- OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA ods set forth above, any claim filed demanded in the Petition. Florida, on 2nd day of March 2006.
are required to serve a copy of TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF Gladys Lucille Barker two (2) years or more after the WITNESS my hand and Seal
TO: Javon Damien Roney your written defenses, If any, to: SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS Last Known Address By: Kitty Sims decedent's date of death is barred, of this Court on this 30th day of DON W. HOWARD
Last known address: 1800 Texas NOTICE ON THEM. 4214 Whitlock Street Deputy Clerk The date of the first publication March 2006. Clerk of Circuit Court
Street, Apt 204 STEPHEN J. RYAN, All other creditors of the dece- Brunswick, GA31520 of this Notice Is April 12, 2006.
Bossier City LA 71101 or ESQUIRE dent and persons having claims or Lance Paul Cohen, Esquire CLERK OF COURT By Renee Adams
Javon Damien Roney RISEN & RYAN demands against the decedent's Unknown Spouse of Gladys L. COHEN & THURSTON, P.A. Attorney for Personal By: Teresa Fleming Deputy Clerk
701 Oak Street 436 Green Acres Road estate, including unmatured, con- Barker 1723 Blending Boulevard, Suite Representative: Deputy Clerk
Elmira, NY 14905 Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 tingent or unliquidated claims, must Last Known Address 102 SAMUEL M. PEEK 03/08/06
Present Address: Unknown ATTORNEY FOR file their claims with this court 4214 Whitlock Street Jacksonville, Florida 32210 222 Government Street, Suite D 04/12/06 04/19/06
PETITIONER WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER Brunswick, GA 31520 904/388-6500 Niceville, Florida 32578 04/19/06
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Attorney for Plaintiff Telephone: (850) 678-1178 04/26/06
action for dissolution of marriage on or before April 20, 2006 and file CATION OF THIS NOTICE. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Florida Bar No.: 329010 05/03/06 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
has been filed against you and you the original with the Clerk of this ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED action to foreclose a mortgage on Crestview News Bulletin OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
are required to serve a copy of Court at the Okaloosa County WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. the following property in Okaloosa Personal Representative: GUARDIANSHIP DIVISION
your written defenses, if any, to: Courthouse Annex, Shalimar, Notwithstanding the time peri- County, Florida: 04/12/06 Rick C.Davis Public Notice CASE NO. 00-GA-410
Florida either before service on ods set forth above, any claim filed 04/19/06 313 Ruckel Drive
SHAWN M. RISEN, ESQUIRE Petitioner's attorney or immediate- two (2) years or more after the Commence at the Northeast Niceville, Florida 32578 The Board of Fire Commissioners IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF
RISEN & RYAN ly thereafter; otherwise a default decedent's date of the death is corner of Section 26, Township of the North Okaloosa Fire District FLOYE ALLEN
436 Green Acres Road will be entered against you for the barred. 4 North, Range 22 West, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 04/12/06 will hold a public hearing to consid- Incapacitated Person
Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 relief demanded in the Petition. The date of the first publication Okaloosa County, Florida; OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 04/19/06 er and act on adopting Policy 3.1
ATTORNEY FOR WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Notice is April 5, 2006. thence N 00 degree 72' 02" E File Number 06-CP-305 Hiring. A copy of the proposed pol- NOTICE
PETITIONER of this Court on this 17 day of along the East line of Section Division icy is available for review upon
March 2006. Attorney for Personal 23,694.49 feet; thence S 89 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST request, and may be obtained by PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
on or before April 20, 2006 and file Representative: degrees 56' 53" W, along the IN RE: ESTATE OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR contacting the NOFD administra- Lutheran Services Florida,
the original with the Clerk of this CLERK OF COURT SAMUEL M. PEEK North right of way line of PROBATE DIVISION OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA tive office at (850) 682-1808 or guardian of the above styled
Court at the Okaloosa County By: Kathryn Dn 222 Government Street, Suite D Rainbird Rise. (66' R/W), RICHARD H. O'MEARA CASE NO.: 06-DR-1336 mailing nofdadmin@woolcom.neL guardianship, has deposited with
Courthouse Annex, Shalimar, Deputy Clerk Niceville, Florida 32578 1370.43 feet; thence S 00 the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Florida either before service on Telephone: (850) 678-1178 degrees 17' 10" E, 1416.99 Deceased. The meeting will be held on 20 April unclaimed funds in the amount of
Petitioner's attorney or Immediate- 03/29/06. Florida Bar No.;: 329010 feet along the East right of way IN RE: The Marriage of 2006 at 7:10 p.m. at the NOFD $790.19 belonging to the Estate of
ly thereafter; otherwise a default 04/05/06 line of Sunburst Drive (66' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Milligan Fire Station, 5241 Highway FLOYE ALLEN, whose last known
will be entered against you for the 04/12/06 Personal Representative: R/W) to the Point of Beginning; DERRICK JAMAL HICKMAN, 4. The public is invited to attend, address was Emerald Pointe
relief demanded in the Petition. 04/19/06 Diane King Frazier thence S 00 degrees 17' 10"E, The administration of the Petitioner/Husband, Nursing Home, Niceville, Florida
WITNESS my hand and Seal 3420 Miller Creek Rd 242 feet; thence S 89 degrees estate of Richard H. O'Meara, 04/12/06 32578.
of this Court on this 14 day of Knoxville, TN 37931 55' 38" W, 180.00 feet; thence deceased, File Number 06-CP-305, and 04/19/06 Be advised that anyone having
March 2006. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR N 00 degrees 17' 10" W, is pending in the Circuit Court for any claim to the moneys or knows
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 04/05/06 242.00 feet; thence N 89 OKALOOSA County, Florida, CARMEN CAMILLE HICKMAN, the whereabouts of the heirs of the
CLERK OF COURT PROBATE DIVISION 04/12/06 degrees 55' 38" E, 180.00 feet Probate Division, the address of Respondent / Wife. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR estate, must contact the Clerk's
By: Teresa Fleming File Number 06-CP-231 to Point of Beginning. which is P.O. DRAWER 1359, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA office within six (6) months. If the
Deputy Clerk Division Containing 1.00 acres more or CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-1359. NOTICE OF ACTION GUARDIANSHIP DIVISION money is not claimed within this
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND less. Bearings are based on The names and addresses of CASE NO. 00-GA-948 time, then it will be forwarded to the
03/22/06 IN RE: ESTATE OF FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, the East right of way line of the personal representative and the TO: Carmen Camille Hickman State of Florida, State Treasurer's
03/29/06 JAMES LEONARD KING FLORIDA Sunburst Drive (66" R/W), personal representative's attorney Last known addresses: IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF Office, pursuant to the Florida
04/05/06 CASE NO: 2006-CA-946 being 00 degrees 17' 10' E. are set forth below. 43 Hillcrest Drive THELMA BOYER Statute 744.534.
04/12/06 Deceased. DIVISION: C ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Shalimar, Florida 32579 Incapacitated Person IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
Together with 2001 Clayton ARE NOTIFIED THAT: or have set my hand and official seal
NOTICE TO CREDITORS CMH HOMES, INC., Mobile Home, Spirit VI 76 x 16 All creditors of the decedent NOTICE at Okaloosa County, Crestview,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST a foreign corporation, manufactured home, Serial and other persons having claims or 2278 Nanna's Loop Florida, on 2nd day of March 2006.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR The administration of the No: WHC011317GA, range, demands against decedent's Tallahassee, Florida 32303 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA estate of JAMES LEONARD KING, Plaintiff refrigerator, water heater, dish- estate, including unmatured, con- Lutheran Services Florida, DON W. HOWARD
CASE NO.: 2005-DR-4794-S deceased, File Number 06-CP-231, washer and microwave tingent or unliquidated claims, on Present Address: Unknown guardian of the above styled Clerk of Circuit Court
is pending in the Circuit Court for vs. whom a copy of this notice is guardianship, has deposited with
IN RE: The Marriage of OKALOOSA County, Florida, has been filed against you and you served must file their claims with YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an the Clerk of Circuit Court, By Renee Adams
Probate Division, the address of GLADYS TERESA GECK aka are required to serve a copy of your this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF action for dissolution of marriage unclaimed funds in the amount of Deputy Clerk
TINA DIANE FORDHAM, which is P.O. DRAWER 1359, Gladys Gill; GLADYS LUCILLE written defenses, if any, to it on THREE MONTHS AFTER THE has been filed against you and you $515.19 belonging to the Estate of
Petitioner/Wife, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-1359. BARKER; PERRY EUGENE GILL; Lance Paul Cohen, the Plaintiff's DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- are required to serve a copy of your THELMA BOYER, whose last 03/08/06
The names and addresses of and UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF attorney, whose address is Cohen TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR- written defenses, if any, to: known address was Shoal Creek 04/12/06


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114 Medical
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335 Financial Services
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345 Lawn Care


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560 Land
562 Mobile Homes
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712 Lost & Found
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810 Computers
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824 Office Equipment
826 Sporting goods
828 Electronics
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32536
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General Help
NOW HIRING Car-
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General Help
CNC MACHINE Op-
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Day Shift Monday
thru Thursday. Will
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Monday Thursday
@ 3100 Adora Teal
Way, Crestview 850-
689-2889. EOE
CRACKER
BARREL
CRESTVIEW
NOW HIRING
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grill, cooks. Speed
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TRIM CARPENTER
helper needed. Must
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working. Pay de-
pending on experi-
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ries only. Must be
exempt from work-
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workplace. 850-499-
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General Help
CRESTVIEW
WAL-MART
SUPER CENTER
Now hiring part-time
cashiers-up to 33
hours per week (de-
pending on your
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ROOFERS
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James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.
NOW ACCEPTING
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CABLE TV
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tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


340
Home Repair

WINDHAM
CONST.
FOR ALL
HOME
REPAIR,
Decks, Fences,
Carports, Utility
sheds, patios, trim,
window & door re-
placement, Free
estimates Good
Service. Licensed
and insured. Call
today 537-8810 or
850-306-5387


340
Home Repair
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
KEN'S PAINTING
and home improve-
ments LLC, for all
your home repair
needs call 850-826-
1275 or 850-826-
2321
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
.q _ed, an n -.c
sured Honest and
de"p1endabTe =re r"_r
ences Call Terry
902-3928

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
Robert
Brewer
Wetiess Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured


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345
Lawn Care

_. ACCEPTING
CONTRACTS
for 2006.
Crestview Home Re-
pair & Improvement,
LLC has just added
a Lawn Service Di-
vision, and is ac-
cepting contracts for
the 2006 season.
Contract can be
seasonal or 1 year
with discounts,
Competitive Rates.
Quality work, Gener-
al cleanup, debris
hauling with Hy-
draulic trailers...
Free Estimates!!! LI-
CENSED AND IN-
SURED. We have
flat rates for "One -
Time call-in service
of $65. for the first
hour, then residen-
tial rate is $35. per
hour, and Commer-
cial Rate is $50. per
hour. Call or Fax the
office with your
needs. 682-5529
Owner Chip Bow-
dren







J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.
I80- /81566"
J& RESrvic

reasonable]rates.


LINDSAYO C LEANING

SERVICE A


OR)la


iSpecializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete
Pool Decks, Patios, Porches,
Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER
& 'Muc More Licensed and Insured /
S & So Much More Reasonable Rates
Residential& Commercial www.qualitycuurb.com


)ERf
able
'a
Office:
682-8228
Cell: I
217-2872
(CURB) ,


Joseph R. Lindsay, Jr.
850.259.2428


Melany Lindsay
850.699.0752


Fax: 850.398.6462
Email: lindsaycleaning@cox.net
FREE ESTl ~l-'kdIMATESI:[.,]


345
Lawn Care
DIRT FOR Sale up
to 5 yards delivered
for $75. 758-1477

ERIC'S LAWN
Service Seasonal
and Maintenance
Call for free Esti-
mate 902-3231 or
682-7567.



D.S. MOZER
TREE SERVICE
All phases of tree
work &
stump grinding
Commercial
&
Residential
Fully insured
Free
Estimates
Call
John Allen
850-225-1718


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LOT
and
Cheap!


CLEARING
demolition.
682-2075.


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MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
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year 2-0round. Li-









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ces Available

























355 Sewing &
cAlterationsured


RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW, RIGHT PRICE.

BULLETIN BOARD CLASsIFIED, NO SPAM, NO PoP UPS, NO SHIPPING FEES.


Over 10 acres, fenced and
grassed, in the heart
of horse country!

TACKROOM & 3 STALL BARN
TO GO WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL
4 BEDROOM, 2261SQFT
BRICK HOME. $442,000

KEY LIME HOMES, INC.

850-897-4663
OR
850-682-8652
ME HOMES,


340
Home Repair
WEBB'S
HANDYMAN
SERVICE
Quality home main-
tenance repairs and
improvements. Free
estimates. Licensed
and insured. 537-
9955/259-6170

342
Landclearing
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142


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beachproperties


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Sophistication
meets country-
4/2/5 2782 sq ft
home is on 12 ac
of flat land. Interior
decor is
reminiscent of the
Victorian era.
Plenty of room
outside for horses,
climate controlled
storage attached
to garage.
$575,000
Multi-family
complex currently
has 3 of 4 units
rented. Great
investment
property. Unit D is
being remodeled
and will rent
quickly. Don't miss
this opportunity.
$339,000
This 2588 sq ft
home in central
location could be
zoned commercial
per city- of
Crestview. Great
place for office,
da y care ,
etc...$265,000
Nice 1.9 ac
wooded property
in the Woodlands


maintains the road.
$54,000
Water Front lot
with 389 ft on
water. This lot is in
the cul-de-sac and
has a great view.
Make a great place
of primary
residence of
getaway home.
$60.000
,tiand dry lot in
Gulf Breeze area.
Close to schools,
.shopping, beaches
.and boat launch.
This area has new
construction and
growing fast.
$63,000 oo

Outstanding AS
OutstandingResul.


Agency One, Inc.
,682-8309 or 678-8919
Toll Fre (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
ACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENILYOWNED
AND OPERATED
vww.gerrihouse.com

355
Sewing &
Alterations


REDUCED-2BR/IBA TOWNHOME
Townhome has been completely painted inside and
Ready to Go. Home Warranty included $118,000.
MLS# 411700
EXQUISITE CUSTOM BUILT HOME
Loaded with Amenities. Must See to Appreciate.
484,900. MLS# 4254303
COUNTRY LIVING 4 Acres of cleared land
with newly renovated mobile home.
$99,000 MLS# 413374
REDUCED NICELY WOODED 5 acre
parcel in cul-de-sac, has magnolias, oaks, and pines.
$119,900 MLS# 407813
Grace Ruud -
Papadopouloxi PA.
BROKER-ASSOCIATE
Cell:(850) 902-1861
wwwgracepapa.com


/ Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
www.pelicanproperty.com


SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360 "
Miscellaneous
SOUTH ALABAMA
Metal Sales
We specialize in
painted metal roof-
ing, pole bams, met-
al trusses, metal
purlins,lnsulation &
portable Buildings
888-656-18,82
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218


452
Apartments For
Rent

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


WS Un ~Dennis Mann
z0 /. Broker, Owner
Lic# BK700875
Eden Square 2 One acre lots
8142 8th St. Laurel Hill, 3/2 New Construction
- Many Upgrades Ready to move in!
117 Lonnie Jack Crestview 3/2, 1070 square
feet Privacy fenced back yard.
3153 Airport Rd. Crestview 5/3, 24x24
Florida Room
Jayde Estates 3/2 and 4/2 plans available Homes
under $210,000
5139 Whitehurst Ln Crestview 3/2 All brick -
Privacy fence
6859 Bill Lundy Rd 8+ Acres with pond, 2
Story 4/2
480 Stillwell Blvd 3/2 Comer lot, Privacy fenced
back yard
4587 Top Flight 4/2 over 2000 square feet on golf
course


Dennis Mann Realty
802 N. Wilson St.
Crestview, FL 32536


850-682-1218
850-974-4476


452
Apartments For
Rent

BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC &- pon-HC
a ss'e", .apart-
S. Water w 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.

456
Homes For Rent

2002 CUSTOM
Country Home/ 3/2
garage, North Crest-
view $1200 rent/de-
posit no smoking 1
yr. lease/ 855-2593

217 FORREST
Parkway, $875.
3/1.5 includes lawn
care. Small pets al-
lowed.- 207 Brittany,
$875. 3/2/1 small
pet allowed. 1317
Sunshine Dr. $900.
3/2 updated. large
yard. 119 Gillis.
$1,250. 4/2/1. in-
cludes lawn care. -
102 Trenton.
$1,190. 3/2/2. Small
pet allowed. All
properties require a
credit check, one
year lease, no inside
smoking, pet fees
are non-refundable.
Call Debra Frost at
682-6156. Teel and
Waters Real Estate


Rick Epperson,
Broker
Capper Real Estate, Inc.

Ig ts-1Sg


456
Homes For Rent

2002 CUSTOM
Country Home 3/2
garage North Crest-
view $1200 rent/ de-
posit NO smoking 1
yr. lease. 865-2593

COLDWELL
BANKER
JME Realty
117 Courthouse
Terrace
Crbstview, FL
32536
850-689-1515
or
850-689-1515
Equal Housing
Opportunity
2491 Kingston Rd. -
2bed/10bth -,.A5W
seqft--f, $650, -.s244,
Virginia, St;: --'2'
bed/1.5bath 1,152
sq. ft. $650. Town-
house, 228 Runny-
meade 2
bed/1 .5bath
930sq.ft. $675. -
Townhouse, 5720
Hwy 85 3bed/
2bath 1,851 sq.ft. -
$850. LEAD BASE
PAINT DISCLO-
SURE, 3267 Fair-
view Ave. -
3bed/2bath 1, 252
sq. ft. $975., 130
Louise Dr. -
3bed/2bath 1,436
sq.ft. $1,050. -
Fenced Yard, 1235
Gabrielle Dr. -
3bed/2bath 1,758
sq.ft. $1,100 -
Fenced yard, 1008
Shoal River -
3bed/3bath Bonus
Rm 2,372 sq.ft. -
$1,375, 234 Fox
Chase Way -
4bed/3bath 2,297
sq.ft. $1,400. -
New Construction, 1
yr. old, 228 River-
chase Blvd. -
4bed/2bath 2,555
sq.ft. $1,500. for
further information
visit www.emerald-
coasthomesonline.c
om

CRESTVIEW,
SMALL 2bd. home
on the edge of town
on Hwy 90
$525./$525. Call
537-9798
3BR/1BA HOUSE
for rent. Call 682-
2922 for details.
$850 a month.
5/2/2 NEW home
2000 +sq.ft. w/appls.
cr.ck. No Pets/smok-
ing $1,500. month,
available now. 729-
1171 / 855-8219


UPGRADED, NEWLY CONSTRUCTED
3BR/2BA, approx. 1,100sqft. 115
Lonnie Jack Dr. $159,900
689-9O81
DON'T Miss THIs ONE!


LoIS, HOMws, & ACREAGE
HOLIDAY FARMS: 10 acre parcels with the horse
owner in mind. Restrictive community with active
homeowners association.
35 AcREs adjoining Blackwater Forest. Will divide
into 2 parcels.
MANY 10 ACRE PARCELS ADJOINING
BLACKWATER. CALL ME!

865-7777 or 682-7718
rick@nwfla-homes.com www.nwfla-homes.com


456
Homes For Rent

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. 682-0791
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
land and home $607
month. Call Stan
682-3344.
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days night &
weekends 682-
5533.
HOUSE FOR Rent
Newly constructed
3bd/2ba 1 acre lot
$995. $1000. /dep.
No. pets.No smoking
credit and referen-
ces requiredd '682
8311 Leave mes-
sage.
NEWLY RENOVAT-
ED 4bd/2ba on An-
derson Street $900.
Plus $900. deposit,
682-0791 ask for
Barbara
NORTH CREST-
VIEW 3/2 home
$800 rent. $1000
deposit. No smok-
ing. lyr lease. 865-
2593.
ROOMY 2BD. on
Auburn Rd. $750.
plus $750. deposit
682-0791
SOUTH cOF 1-10
3br/2ba/lcg. Wood
& tile floor, privacy
fence, open & cov-
ered patios $975. +
S/D Avail. April 16
Call 682-8483

460
Mobile Home
For Rent
DOUBLE WIDE 3/2
$700. mo $700 DD.
Baker area. NO pets
/smoking 682-
9675/537-8470.
462
Rooms For Rent

CAMPER
FOR
RENT
For one person.
Full kitchen with
gas stove, water
heater & furnace,
you pay
gas plus $30. de-
posit that is
refund-
able. Full bath.
$145. weekly. Call
537-9258


462
Rooms For Rent

SHARE HOUSE
Large room @
$145. week New
home, cable, phone,
utilities included
$10. deposit for
cleanup. 537-9258,
cell (850)221-0320









554
Commercial
WANTED : ,.1200
SQ/FT Warehouse
zoned "I*'i trial
with roll-up door.
689-3212
556
Homes For Sale
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.
2,900 SQ.FT. heat-
ed 4bd/3.5ba Acre-
age, 1 mile from city
of Andalusia Alaba-
ma $789,900. Nego-
tiable. 1-334-222-
7454
23.9 ACRES
cleared / fenced in
Laurel Hill. Brick
Home, large pond
and pole barn for
$415,000. For more
info call Maurice
Phillips Teel & Wa-
ters (850) 682-6156
or (850) 583-7445
BY OWNER 4 bed-
room, 2 bath, 2 car,
2 story fireplace, Ja-
cuzzi, Large corner
lot, near hospital, 1-
10 $229,500. 826-
1288
FOR SALE
2BR/1BA 1,200 sq-ft
on 3/4 acre comer
lot $175,000. 3310
Auburn Rd Owner fi-
nancing available
682-0791
NEWLY REMOD-
ELED 3br, 2ba.
2,000 sq. ft. home
one acre, 1 1/2
miles from Baker
School $209,900.
537-8060


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I Email: dino@calldino.com
CALL TODAY!
Residential Property, New Construction
Relocation Assistance, Acreage, Condo's,,
Commercial or Investment Property
FREE MARKET EVALUATION
RE/MAX AGENCY ONE, INC.
www.calldino.com
301 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite A
Crestview, FL 32536 la
Office: 850.682.8309
Fax: 850.682.8279 ''
Toll Free: 1.800.239.8309
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556 560 806
Homes For Sale Land For Sale Appliances

NO MONEY 1 ACRE wooded lot QUALITY USED
DOWN Silver Hills Road Appliances. Washer,
Free list of proper- 150x300 $95,000. Dryers, Refrigera-
ties available with ph. 585-8948 tors, & Stoves
no down payment w/warranty. Batson's
Free recorded Appliances. PARTS
message. 1-800- & REPAIR 209 N.
831-5358, ID1043 Main St. 682-1149.
Keller Williams RON'S
Realty Emerald APPLIANCE &
Coast PARTS
HOUSE FOR Appliance Repair,
SALE BY OWNER All brands-
Brick, three bed- appliances-
Brick, three bed- We buy working
rooms, two baths, aRpliances-
roomse tid baths 215 N. Main Street
large inside laundry Call 689-1007
room, two car car- After hours
port, 2700 square
feet, with fishpond, 6 82-28441
on 10.3 acres. In 804
Straughn school dis- 704 Apparel
trict. Call 334-222- Livestock
7255 in Andalusia, BEAUTIFUL TOP of
Al. PUREBRED BEEF- the -line business
LAKE FRONT Brick MASTER Heifers clothes, elegant eve-
Home. 3 bd. 2 ba. 2yrs old. Bred to ning dresses, sizes
908 Anderson St. registered, Red An- 20/22. For a private
Large Deck newly gus Bulls. $1200. showing call 689-
renovated $275,000 each. Call 850-834- 0114 for an appoint-
Call 689-2975 3881. ment. Serious inquir-
PRE Foreclosure ers only.
must sell 3BD/2BA 814
Sugar Sand RE Furniture
Service. 850-586-
8884 No Agent DINING TABLE
wwwnwfrealestatein- with 6 chairs and 2
fo.com bar r. stools. $200.
REDUCED Good Condition.
105 Hillwood Dr. 682-3099.
Century 21 Moulton NICE 10 piece din-
Realty ing room set. Light-
Misty O'Quinn ed china hutch, table
546-0537 D and 6 chairs, buffer
2130 Hagood Lp. server. $825. 803-
Big Screen TV w/ 4900.
Full Price 802 QUEEN MAT-
Century 21 Moulton Antiques TRESS and box
Realty springs Serta North-
Call Misty O'Quinn ANTIQUE PENNY star with frame
546-0537 Gumball Machine. $185. King mattress
or $40. Free Xerox Pic- and box spring
Amanda Graham ture. 225-753-0205 $170. Like new rock-
305-0270 RON'S ANTIQUES er recliner, mauve
Fumiture, glass- $100. Sofa hide a
560 ware, clocks & clock bed modem $130.
Land For Sale repair. Buy/Sale/ Es- Two. large designer
states Mon. Fri, 9-5 bar stools $130.
LAND / Sat. 9-2. 213 N. Both Bassett Asian
DIRT CHEAPI Main St. 689-1007 black satin, Oak top
10 IR3TCHEAP offor 305-2441 with inlays, 6 chairs,
10 300 acre off China with buffet ai-
Hwy 90 east. High 806 so rug, black/ivory
and dry. Starting Appliances $1300. all. 682-0348
$11,000. per acre. LIVING ROOM Suit.
JIM STRIcKLAND SBS FRIDGE with $150. Round Oak
"RTHE LAND MAN" ice and water like Table 4 chairs. $75.
Southern Coast OR" new 300. Electric Black Entertainment
Southern Coast stove 75. Electric Center. $50. Desk
Realestate hot water heaters $75. 537-4744 or
850-582-6839 652-4019. 546-1521.


Lockhart, AL 2BR/IBA, 1,160 sqft. Recently com-
pletely remodeled, 520 sqft Workshop, 2 Sheds.
Near beautiful Lake Jackson. Priced to sell at
$78,000.
(334) 858-5814 (L.eave Message)


THIS WEEK'S
USTINGS
NEW CONSTRUCTION:
4639 Bobolink Way
3/2 All Brick home
with 2 car garage
$182,900
15 Eagle Way 3/2All
Brickh ome 2 car
garage with lots of
upgrades $182,700
5856 Calumet Ct in
Silver Oaks S/D
4/3.5 All brick, dbl
garage at the end of
culdesac. To many
amenities to list
$809,0Q0 $379,900
4008 Randi Rd 4/2
2 car garage all brick
on 1 acre lot with
underground utilities
$298,500
Two All brick 3/2
bath, 2 car garage
on 1 acre lot
$219,900
HOMES:
TROPICAL PARADISE
217 White Oak 3/2
2 car garage,
detached dbl garage
with screened gunite
pool $289,009
$260,000

HANDY MAN'S SPECIAL
51 Loftin St in
Defuniak Springs on
1.1 acres, lot can be
split $125,900
S.TJI-J.LFEL CUSTOM
380 Vickie Ln, I
2500sqft home on
3.1 acres on lake in
Mossey Head
$359,900
SILVER OAKS 2629
Paddock Cir,
2295sqft home on
large lot 4/2.5
$299,950
LAND:
9 level acres In Holt
$149,900 .,
10 acres on Hwy 398:
with beautiful Oks,.
Dogwoods, fenced'
with water & septic
tank $174,900
Nice level comer lot
on paved Rd in
Mossey Head
$21,500



each Reaty
1----5----E

Your Crestuiewi
Connection


814
Furniture

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, wood with'
glass doors, TV cab-
inet with matching
stereo cabinet,:
$200. Firm. Call
850-266- 7245
818
Lawn Equipment
SNAPPER 33" cut
lawn mower. Runs
good. $450. Firm af-
ter 5pm. Leave mes-
sage 682-4485.
826
Sporting Goods
SHOT GUN Win-
chester 12 gage
pump. Excellent
condition $275. Call
682-4287.
829
Garage Sales
SOFA SLEEPER,
deep freezer, cloth-
ing, purses, misc.
furniture, a little of
everything. 7-11am.
639 Long Dr. 4-15-
06.


FURNITURE a APPLIANCES 8 TIRES_...O MY.

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TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744


FURNITURE,
MISC.
items and more.
7:30 to noon. April
15th. 670 Brunson
Str. 803-4900.


MULTI
FAMILY
Yard Sale.
Saturday
4-15. 8am to 1pm.
5833 Old Bethel Rd.


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829
Garage Sales
APRIL 15TH
AND
16TH 8AM-.
Spring cleaning Hwy
90 East to South
Shoffner Blvd. Turn
by Gordon's Follow
Signs. 5242 Shoff-
ner Blvd.


829
Garage Sales
FRI/SAT 8-4.
335 S.
PEARL STR.
New movies, sports
cards, records,
books, old dolls,
Barbie dolls, clothes,
refrigerator,and
other stuff.Rain or
Shine.


829
Garage Sales
LOTS OF
GOODIES
and things for every-
one. Sat 15th from
7am-2pm. Include
gameboy, N64 and
games, movies and
books, stuff animals
and toys. 3066 High-
land Ave.


Joe Babich,
l Automotive consultant
for Award Chevrolet,
T would like to extend an
invitation to the public
to stop by and let him
CHE R RDO answer any questions
you may have.

0 ANMURI FEVOUIION
A waId Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
lCHEVROML El 682-2731


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

GENERATOR
GENERAL
4KW
used once, electric
start, paperwork
available $800.
Firm 423-1172


830
Miscellaneou
For Sale

SLOT MACHII
for sale with b
$325. you pic
Call 689-0625
FOUR FOOT
with pump and
der. $100. Will d
er. (850)826-080


ANIEL'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FOREicN & Doa minc
WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
DOING BUSINESS SINCE ????
Licensed & Insured

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523 Hwy 90 WEST HOLT, FL


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AKC Airedale Puppies
L I 2 MALES
2 FEMALES
AVAILABLE TO
BE PLACED
MAY 6TH
Tails docked, dew
claws removed,
all shots. Parents
on premises.
Now taking deposits. $600.00
850-306-5207 OR 850-546-0040


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Miscellaneous
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WANTED TO buy
used Dishnetwork
rSatellite Receivers,
will pay $5.00-
$25.00 Depending
on condition. Please
Call 334-301-3557

RECYCLE
HERE
ST RATE


FLORIDA
FENCE &
fC INC.

ON BLVD
used Dsllnor~da
fenceanddeck


904
Cars
1984 BUICK LeSa-
bre 85k, 8 cylinder,
309 engine $2,000.
Looks and runs
good. 682-3166
1984 NISSAN
300ZX turbo Engine
Runs smooth. Body
needs TLC Turbo
recently rebuilt. Auto
Digital enthusiast
recommend. $1500.
4 OBO 850-682-8141
S FOR SALE 1992
Oldsmobile Cutlass
Supreme for parts
new radiator and
many other new
parts. $250. OBO
423-7105/217-8549
ADAMS
AUTO
is SALES
222 Texas Pkwy.
NES Crestview
base 682-1965
;kup SALE
p All Vechicle Prices
Reduced -All Down
pool payments Reduced -
lad- No Interest Financ-
leliv- ing.
)5. Stop by today!!


24 Hour Towing Service

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


904
Cars
"94" BUICK LeSa-
bre. CC/AT/PS/AC/
$3,000. OBO 682-
7006
905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
1978 14' Forester
Boat. 1994. 25HP.
Evinrude motor with
trailer, trolling motor
and battery. $2500.
546-1960.
FOR SALE
14FT ALUMA-
CRAFT boat and
trailer. All Weld! 56"
Beam. $600. 682-
3895.
910
Motorcycles
2001 KAWASAKI
Ninja, excellent con-
dition, $2.500. OBO
225-0166
914
Recreational
2003 33FT. Cross-
roads 5th wheel, ex-
cellent condition,
two slides. Oak Cab-
inets Full size
Shower and much
friorn.0Lots of extras-
$29,900. (850) 537-
2422


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CRESTVIEW FWB PENSACOLA
CHEVROLET4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
*PRICES plus processing fees, tax, tag & title fee. 'All prices Include rebates & dealer discounts. Pictures for display purpose only. Pnces good through April 18, 2006.


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