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Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 2006
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WEATHER ............... 2
RELIGION ............... 4
MILITARY ................ 6
PUBLIC NOTICES .........8
COMMUNITY ............. 8
SPORTS .............9, 12
CLASSIFIEDS .........10-11


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State suing for millions in a Ileg ed g as price-fixing

a The suit involves R an Phillips and Fill-Ups Food StoreS hiscompany, -Ups Food res,


and Crestview resident Robert Tate and Tate Enterprises in
an alleged gas price-fixing conspiracy that inflated local
gas prices since March, 2003.


Adam Ziglar
News Bulletin Reporter
On Thursday, Florida Attorney
General Charlie Crist filed a lawsuit
against three local businessmen
and two gasoline companies for
allegedly fixing local gas prices and
spurring price inflation.
The investigation began last July,


shortly after Hurricane Dennis
made landfall on the Florida
Panhandle. An anonymous caller
reported suspicions of price goug-
ing to the attorney general's office.
As the office followed up, it discov-
ered allegations of price-fixing as
well.
Robert Tate and Tate Enterprises,
Niceville resident Ryan Phillips and


and Navarre resident John Osburn
are being sued for millions, accord-
ing to a 15-page document filed
with the state Department of Legal
Affairs that scrupulously details its
complaint against the defendants.
The men face a total of seven
counts for allegedly violating
Florida's Antitrust and Deceptive
and Unfair Trade Practices acts, the
complaint said.
The attorney general's office
alleges that the two companies and
the individuals conspired to elimi-
See GAS, page 3


Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Fill-Ups Food Stores and gas stations are at the center of the conflict.


Split personality


Local professional
wrestler Heath Childs will
showcase his alter-ego,
Mr. Fantasy, tonight at the
National Guard Armory. '

Steve Andrews
Managing Editor
No, he's not schizophrenic, but
he does have dual personalities.
In his ieryday life, Heath
Childs wears a suit and tie to his
office inside the Okaloosa County '
Courthouse. His bubbly personali-
ty is an instant hit with customers
and co-workers. His smile depicts
his true personality as a good guy.
But when he's moonlighting
with his second career as a profes-
sional wrestler, nicknamed Mr.
Fantasy, the 28-year-old Childs'
sparkling grin turns into a grue-
some sneer.
"Man, doing this is like taking a
drug," Childs said with a chuckle.
"Once you get it in your blood you
can't wait to get back in the ring
again."
The 1996 Laurel Hill graduate is
a self-proclaimed lifelong
wrestling fan and said the secret to
success inside the ring is entertain-
ment.
"My grandparents on both sides
of my family were really big into
professional wrestling while I was
growing up," he said. "As far back
as Ican remember I have watched
wrestling for years and years. I
always said while growing up that
I was going to be a professional
wrestler.
"My dad, Ronnie, actually
trained to be a wrestler, but he
never had an official match or any-
thing. So growing up, I had every
wrestling move you can ever think
of put on me."
Although lie has yet to hit the
mainstream on the big stage,
Childs has become a popular heel Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
or bad guy on the regionaKen Nielsen/The News Bulletin
or bad guy on the regional Heath Childs works in management inside the Okaloosa County Courthouse by day and
andcircuits throuth Alabama. wrestler with a mean streak by night. Childs' character, Mr. Fantasy, will be in action to
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Scott Armstrong and Brian "The Road Dogg" James. Bell time is 8 p.m..


sets new

millage rate

Ken Nielsen
News Bulletin Reporter
The Laurel Hill City Council
made history Thursday night
when they, for the first time in its
101 years, set a millage rate for
their future ad valorem tax.
Following a lengthy dissertation
by the mayor and plenty of discus-
sion by the council members, they
voted 4-1 to set the rate at 5 mil.
"I'm 0orry but I disagree with
the council," said Chairman Chris
Jowers, the only dissenting voter.
"I have looked at this for a long
time and I feel in my heart that it
should be at eight, and for that rea-
son I vote no to the 5 mils."
It is difficult to determine how
much money 5 mils would raise.
The city has around 250 taxable
pieces of property. In a chart pre-
pared by city attorney Lori Bytel
the city could raise about $42,000
in tax revenue at the 5-mil rate. But
that does not take into considera-
tion the $25,000 homestead exemp-
tions, which many of the home-
owners would qualify for. That's in
addition to a proposal by legisla-
tures to offer an additional $25,000
to some qualified homeowners in
the near future.
"I think the rate is potentially a
poor decision," said Laurel Hill
Grill restaurant owner Richard
Griggs.
"It really only puts a band aid
on the existing problem. My con-
cern from the beginning has been
I'm not sure the city has an under-
standing of just how many home-
owners this decision will affect. I'm
afraid that that majority of the tax
burden will fall on just a few of the
property owners when you begin
to apply any homestead exemp-
tions."
Many in attendance feel that the
city is banking on proposed future
development. But the develop-
ment is ten years off, and by then
things like roads and equipment
could be in worse condition.

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Denise Shutt (right) sits with her family Sunday as they listen to the music at Emmanuel Baptist Church's 25th anniver-
sary celebration. Nearly 600 people attended the festivities.


Emmanuel celebrates


Andy Stallings
Special to the News Bulletin
The clouds pulled back
and the skies opened up
Sunday afternoon just in time
for a celebration of 25 years of
God's favor at Emmanuel
Baptist Church.
Parking was a great chal-
lenge as nearly 600 adults
and children flooded the
property carrying covered
dishes and lawn chairs in the
rich flavor of a family
reunion. And what a family
it has become.
In just the last 10 years the
chuirh fatly0..ha'so..grown
from 238 members to over
865 members and it is still
growing.
Worshipping in three
weekend celebrations has
become the norm at EBC
(Saturday night at 6 p.m. and
Sunday mornings at 8:45 and
10:30 a.m.).
It's a "come as you are"
atmosphere and small group
Bible study, fellowship, and
ministry has almost com-
pletely moved to homes
across the community. The
church family is still very
close and very much unified
in the love of God.
The 25th Anniversary was
complete with two huge
cookers as Dave Gaillard and
Eddie Springle turned out hot
dogs and hamburgers for the
whole bunch. The worship
band one of EBC's three
bands filled the air with
some of their favorite wor-
ship tunes and longtime
members shared memories
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senting watermark moments,
and even future plans for
expansion and growth.
Longtime members like
Jerry Milligan, Annette
Grant, and Jamie and Tammie
Kerrell shared shade tree
soapbox moments telling sto-
ries from different perspec-
tives on the journey of EBC.
Members and friends of all
ages enjoyed honoring men
and women who moved with
God through difficult times
exercising great faith. Pat
Castille, who once directed
music at EBC and is now a
favorite in children's min-
istry, led the gathering in a
few old hymns for "old times
sake."
The sights and sounds of a
celebration of 25 years togeth-
er brought back many won-
derful memories for every-
one. Clanging games of
horseshoes, watermelon seed


spitting, preschoolers playing
with sidewalk chalk and bub-
bles, and the sounds of chil-
dren shouting and playing
could be heard echoing
across the hillside. Two huge
inflatable space walks drew
the attention of every child
around. The castle sent chil-
dren jumping in every direc-
tion while the giant water
slide added the joy of getting
soaked to the bone.
Pastor Mark Seagle led the
celebration with a call to
remember why the family has
grown larger and closer over
the years. Simply put, we
exist and live to ignite and
inspire passion for Jesus
Christ. As a result of years of
'dedication to God and to
sharing His love with others
in this community, EBC has
experienced remarkable
growth and fellowship.
The 25th anniversary fes-


tivities culminated in a visible
expression of family unity
and commitment to Christ as
families wrote thoughts, Bible
verses, and family names on
large stones and placed them
at the foot of a large cross.
"The dosing of the day
was too much for words. So,
I'll let my words be few," said
Pastor Seagle. "The sun set
behind the family of faith
called Emmanuel and we
made our way to the cross to
tell our God of our deepest
longings and our ever-
increasing passion for His
renown. As we laid rocks at
the base of the cross... rocks
that symbolized our hope
and our passion for years to
come, I think that the heavens
felt free to join in the rejoic-
ing. It was a sweet day
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GAS, from page 1
nate competitive gas prices
through price-fixing by
inflating prices above com-
petitive levels.
"These people conspired
to fix gasoline prices and pick
the pockets of Florida dri-
vers," Crist said in a news
release issued Thursday on
the attorney general Web site.
"Our economy is based on
free market competition."
Crist described the alleged
crimes as "immoral, unethi-
cal and unscrupulous."
The alleged conspiracy
began as early as March,
2003, the complaint says,
when Tate Enterprises began
negotiations to sell a gasoline
store at 698 N. Ferdon Blvd.
The store, known as
Florida Convenience, adja-
cent to Consolidated Ace
Hardware, was sold to
Prashant R Peter Shah.
However, Tate demanded
as a condition of the sale that
future gas prices be set the
same as those at his other
stores in Crestview, including
a store across the street at 695
N. Ferdon Blvd.
Tate did not return phone
calls made to his office and
home Friday.
After opening, Shah low-
ered the prices of certain
gasoline grades in November,
2003. However, Tate called to
remind him of the noncom-
petitive agreement the two
made prior to the sale.
Again, Shah raised his
prices to match those of Tate
Enterprises, according to the
complaint.
Phillips, who owns eight
stores in Crestview, did not
return phone calls Thursday
and Friday. He was out of the
office on Friday, according to
a receptionist at his office at
808 W. James Lee Blvd.
In January, 2005, Phillips,
who incprporated Phillips Oil
(now known as Fill-Ups Food
Stores) in March, 2004,
expanded his presence in
Northwest Florida.
Phillips Oil bought several
gas stores in Panhandle cities,
including Crestview,
Freeport, Fort Walton Beach,
Destin and Panama City. He :
also purchased Tate's interest
in Tate Enterprises, as well as
his interest in the Tate Oil
Company, a wholesaler of
gasoline.
In May, 2005, Shah again
lowered gas ,prices,. around
the same time Phillips pur-
chased Tate's interest in Tate
Oil. Shortly after lowering
prices, Phillips had an
employee, John Osburn, call
Shah and demand that he
increase prices. Osburn
leased the gas tanks and
pumps and managed the
Mobil station at 3200 S.
Ferdon Blvd., near the
Interstate 10 interchange.
Between January and July,
2005, Phillips and Osburn
agreed that the gas prices at
the Mobile store would
remain the same as the
Phillips Oil store directly
across the street next to the


McDonald's. The store's
address is 3301 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
After Osburn left a mes-
sage with Shah, Phillips
called and expressed his dis-
content with the lower prices
at Florida Convenience. After
a brief conversation, the
prices rose once again by 15
cents per gallon, according to
the complaint.
Currently, the state has
settled with Shah, who has
agreed to provide informa-
tion and pay $85,000 in
penalties and fees.
"This is extremely seri-
ous," said Crist's spokes-
woman JoAnn Carrin. "The
conspiracy to raise the prices
on consumers takes away the
competition of a free market
economy. There were threats
to owners of other stations."
The attorney general's
office is seeking strong penal-
ties.
"We're talking to the state
attorney's office about poten-
tial criminal charges," Carrin
said.
This is the first gas price-
fixing case in Florida in more
than 20 years.
"This appears to be the
first, national price-fixing
case in more than 20 years,
too," Carrin said.
According to the com-
plaint, Phillips also engaged
in other illegal activities.
In December, 2004, he
called Mark Salisbury, the
president of Tom Thumb
Food Stores Inc., a conve-
nience store chain with more
than 70 area stations, to dis-
cuss noncompetitive gas
pricing. Salisbury would not
discuss the subject, the com-
plaint said.
Salisbury could not be
reached for comment.
In late January, 2005,
Phillips also met with James
Lewis, Jr., the owner of
Express Lane Inc., a Panama
City competitor, hoping to
discuss the possibility of
noncompetitive pricing.
Lewis' response was the
saw ae Salisbnry's;. howev--
er, at e ed od the meeting,
Phillips placed a dime and a
nickel in his hand to "inform
him of his desired margins,"
the complaint said.
Around June 17, 2005, he
called Lewis and threatened
to begin a price war if
Express Lane did not change
its advertised prices.
A short time later, Phillips
lowered gas prices at certain
locations to a level possibly
below cost to drive business
away from Express Lane
stores.
Phillips, Tate, Osburn,
Tate Enterprises and Fill-Ups
Food Stores face stiff fines
and penalties, if prosecuted.
For each violation of the
Antitrust Act, penalties can
be as much as $1 million for
corporations and individuals
can pay up to $100,000.
Violations of the Deceptive
and Unfair Trade Practices
Act carry penalties of up to


$10,000, and $15,000 if a dis-
abled or elderly person is vic-
timized.
In the complaint, Crist
demands a jury trial to bring
charges to the alleged con-
spirators. X
According to its Web site,
www.phillipsoil.com,
Phillips Oil owns and oper-
ates more than 40 conve-
nience stores in Northwest
Florida.

Alleged timeline:
2003
March Negotiations
between Tate Enterprises and
Prashant R. Peter Shah begin for the
sale of Florida Convenience. If pur-
chased, Tate demands that future
gas sales at Florida Convenience
equal those of Tate Enterprises'
prices.
May 1 Shah and others form
Shri Goyam, an investment group,
for the sole purpose of purchasing
Florida Convenience.
June 23 John Osburn
becomes manager of 1-10 Mobil
store at 3200 S. Ferdon Blvd.
o Sept. 18 After several
months of renovating, Florida
Convenience opens.
o Nov. 7 Shah lowers prices at
Florida Convenience. That same
month, he received a phone call
from Tate, who reminded him of their
original agreement to fix prices.
Shah again raises prices until some-
time around May 27, 2005.
2004
o March Ryan Phillips incorpo-
rates Phillips Oil (Now known as Fill-
Ups Food Stores). Phillips Oil pur-
chases Destin Gas Groups I and III,
who respectively own retail outlets in
Panama City Beach and Destin.
2005
o January Phillips Oil expands
operations by purchasing retail gas
outlets owned by Herndon Oil,
including outlets in Crestview,
Freeport, Fort Walton Beach, Destin
and Panama City. At this time,
Phillips also purchases Tate's inter-
ests in Tate Enterprises, as well as
Tate's interests in Tate Oil Company,
a gasoline wholesaler.
Jan. 31 Phillips attends
meeting in Panama City with
Express Lane Inc., with specific
intent to discuss noncompetitive
pricing.
o May 27 Florida Convenience
lowers its prices, but is quickly con-
tacted by employee of Fill-Ups Food
Stores, John Osbum, who leaves a
message for Shah to increase gas
prices. The store didn't respond by
raising prices, so Phillips called
Shah and "expressed discontent"
with Florida Convenience's prices.
{ Priceswere quickly raised 15 cents.
; .,- June 17 Phillips calls Jimmy
Lewis, owner of Express Lane Inc.,
threatening-'to begin a price war if
Lewis does not raise advertised
prices. When Lewis refused to raise
prices, Phillips lowered gas prices at
certain Phillips Oil locations to levels
that may have been below cost in
order to punish and drive business
away from Express Lane.
2006
o May 11 Attorney General
Charlie Crist sues Phillips, Tate and
Osbum, as well as Fill-Ups Food
Stores and Tate Enterprises for
alleged price fixing. Crist says the
acts are "immoral, unethical and
unscrupulous."
Gouging vs. fixing,
according to the attorney
general's office:
Price Gouging can only happen
during a declared state of emer-
gency. Prices would have to increase
an unconscionable amount on com-
modities and services that people
need to prepare for, evacuation from
or recover from a storm.
Price fixing is when you con-
spire with others to artificially fix
prices. You must have a conspiracy
with price fixing.


A kid's view of


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Tanner, what is Mother's
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Jordan McIntyre, 5

that for your mom?
Yeah, I did it one time.
She woke up when I was
trying to get the food and I
told her to go back to bed
and she did.
So you wanted to sur-
prise her, huh?
Yeah.
Did she act surprised?
Yeah.
What will you do for
your mommy on Sunday?
I'll probably make her
breakfast again. I'll probably
make her eggs.
Will you scramble them?
No, she only likes them
fried. I like them scrambled.
What else will you do to
make your mommy happy?
I'll get her flowers. She
likes Dandy Lions (dande-
lions).


Tanner Aulger


TAX, from page 1


Jerone Long was the city's
public works director that
recently retired. He has a
very good understanding of
the condition of the city's
equipment and infrastruc-
ture.


"I think 5 mils is not going
to be enough," said Long.
"There seems to be a lot of
discussion about the condi-
tion of the streets. Believe
me, the city has other con-
cerns as well. Storm water


drainage problems, equip-
ment that is wearing out. I
don't think that 5 mils is
going to be enough to accom-
plish what the city has facing
them in the very near
future."


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- Who can find a virtuous woman?


Who
can find a
virtuous
'woman?
For her
price is far
above
A rubies.-
Michael Green Proverbs
31:10
I am thankful for women
of virtue. In Proverbs 31,
King Solomon writes of their
rarity. We are living in a cul-
ture that has minimized, and
in many instances ridiculed
Biblical femininity. The pop-
ular philosophy of today has
bought into the feministic
idea that women who
choose marriage and desire
to raise children are missing
out on an opportunity to be
successful.
Women who choose to
stay home, train up their
children, and be keepers of
their home are often relegat-
ed to the class of second-


hand citizens. Many think
that these women are 'miss-
ing out' on the benefits of
success in the workforce and
the accolades of others
around them. They are often
thought of as being
oppressed and miserable
creatures. However, the
Bible paints a different pic-
ture of those who choose to
dedicate their lives to the
betterment of their families.
The word virtuous in our
opening verse means a
woman of strength and
valor. It describes a woman
as being a force and power.
This is quite a contrast to the
vocabulary that the main-
stream world would use to
describe one who chooses
the route of Biblical feminin-
ity.
Women of virtue possess
great power and influence.
Solomon writes of her rarity
and value. Why is she so
valuable? She wields influ-


ence not only in her own
household, but also in her
community and nation.
What are some of the
characteristics of a woman
of virtue? First, she has a
wonderful, loving and trust-
ing relationship with her
husband and family.
Proverbs 31:11-12 Solomon
writes, "The heart of her
husband doth safely trust in
her, so that he shall have no
need of spoil. She will do
him good and not evil all
the days of her life." Their
relationship is at such a level
that the woman of virtue is
all her husband needs or
desires. Her desire is to do
good things for him and he
reciprocates by making her
the center of his universe.
The husband need not
engross himself in activities
outside of his household
(spoil), because his wife
does him well all of their
days.


In verse 28 Solomon
writes, "Her children arise
up, and call her blessed; her
husband also, and he
praiseth her." Why are her
children and husband prais-
ing her? Let us observe the
actions of the virtuous
woman. They praise her
because she is a worker in
the home (v. 13). She pro-
vides the sustenance that
they need to survive (v. 14-
15). She is also a savvy busi-
nesswoman and makes
investments that are benefi-
cial to her household (v. 16,
24). She is an example of
hard work, diligence and
persistence (v. 17-19, 27). She
also has an attitude of chari-
ty and looks to the needs of
others (v. 20, 26). She excels
in all of the above actions to
such a degree that her fami-
ly praises her. They call her
blessed and realize that they
are dependent upon her for
their survival. The woman


of virtue indeed is a force!
As Solomon ends
Proverbs 31 he writes,
"Favour is deceitful, and
beauty is vain: but a woman
that feareth the LORD, she
shall be praised." In this
verse praise literally means
to shine. In II Timothy 1:5
the Apostle Paul praised the
young preacher Timothy's
mother and grandmother for
their Godly example that
was passed down to their
son.
If you read the biogra-
phies of many of our forefa-
thers you will find that they
attribute much of their suc-
cess to mothers that adhered
to the virtuous pattern out-
lined in Proverbs 31.
William Ross Wallace
penned the words, "The
hand that rocks the cradle
rules the world." This old'
adage continues to ring true
today. Are you shining as a
Godly wife and mother?


Can it be possible that
many of our modem-day
societal problems could be
lessened if America's
women heeded the example
of Proverbs 31 and other
Biblical teachings to guide
their roles and responsibili-
ties as wives/mothers? I am
thankful for those women
who have chosen this stan-
dard. I salute you and pray
that God will continue to
bless your journey. I encour-
age those that are seeking
the will of the Lord to con-
sider what the Bible says
about the role of wives and
mothers. May God bless you
all on this Mother's Day
weekend!
Michael Green, Jr. is pastor
of Palm Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church (www.palm-
chapel.org) in Crestview, FL.
Pastor Green can be contact-
ed at (850) 689-3383 or by
email at
pastor@palmchapel.org.


@ CHURCH SERVICES


Apostolic
Apostolic Life Tabernacle and
Pastor Shane Chessor cordially invite
you to worship with them. Sunday
Worship, 10:00 AM, 6:00 PM.
Wednesday Worship 7:00 PM. Men,
Ladies and Youth Activities. Located
Hwy. 90W. 1 mile from city limit sign
turn left onto Shoffner Blvd. then left
on Pinewood to 3136 Pinewood Dr.,
Crestview. For more information call
the church at 689-2422.
Apostolic/Pentecostal
Hester Cornerstone Ministries is
located at 1599 Hester Church Road
in Baker. Sunday services 2 p.m.
Sunday School, 3 p.m. worship. Bible
Study Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; prayer
meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. Call 682-
5367 for information.
Assemblies
Campton Assembly of God
Church is located at 6924 Hwy 85
North in Laurel Hill.
The Sunday service is at 10:30
AM Youth services are on
.Wednesdays at 6:30 PM Adult Bible
Study is also on Wednesdays at 6:30
PM.
For more information call the
church at 652-4581 or Pastor Kelly at
4283-475. a~hvia
First.Assembllyof God: 4Q9 0.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, Office hours
Monday through Friday, 9-4. Pastor
Mark English.
Sunday: 8:30 AM early morning
worship, 10 AM Sunday School; 11
AM morning worship; and a 6 PM
evening service. X-cel Youth Ministry
3 p.m., X-ceed Children's Ministry 4
p.m.
Women's Bible Study Monday, at
10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible Study
Monday at 6 p.m. Teen girls Bible
Study 6:15 p.m. every 2nd & 4th
Tuesday of the month.
Monday, Women's Bible Study 10
a.m. and 6 p.m., Men's Bible Study 6
p.m.
Tuesday Choir Practice 6:30
p.m.
Wednesday Family Night begins
at 7 PM with Royal Rangers and
Missionettes for children ages 3-12,
and X-treme Youth for children ages
12-18.
Prayer is at 6 p.m., Deborah
Warriors is every 1st Thursday at 7
p.m., and Men's Ministry is every 2nd
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Special needs bus available for 11
a.m. service. Call the church at 682-
3518 for pickup.
Golan Assembly of God: 6612
Hwy. 189 N., Baker. Phone 537-3043.
Pastored by Rev. James E. Paul.
Sunday services: Sunday School 9:45
a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m., and
evening worship at 6 p.m. Wednesday
services include Royal Rangers and
Missionettes at 7 p.m. All are invited.
Milligan Assembly of God: 5408
Hwy. 4, Baker. Phone 537-4945.
Senior Pastor Wayne Johnson, Youth
Pastor Robby Kolb.
Sunday services: Sunday School
9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m.,
Kingdom Kids 10:30 a.m. evening
service 6 p.m.
Wednesday worship: Exit Student
Ministries, Royal Rangers and
Missionettes at 7 p.m. Nursery pro-
vided.
North Central Assembly of God:
at 158 N. Woodlawn Drive in
Crestview. Phone: 689-0209 or 537-
7115. Minister A. Paul Hinton.
Sunday services Sunday School at
10 a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m.,
evening worship at 6 p.m. Wednesday
Bible study at 7 p.m. on "Vital
Themes of the Bible."
Shady Grove Assembly of God:
Sunday services begin at 9:45 AM
with Sunday School, followed by
10:45 AM and 6 PM worship services.
Wednesday services begin at 7 PM
with Family Night: Adult Bible Study,
Missionettes, and Royal Rangers.
Shady Grove is located at 1189 Shady
Grove Church Road in Baker, just off
Hwy. 189.
Welcome Assembly of God locat-
ed on Hwy. 393 in the Dorcas com-
munity, invites you to join them for
Sunday services including Sunday
School at 9:45 AM and worship ser-
vices at 10:45 and 6 PM.
Women's and men's ministries
meet 2nd and 4th Thursdays, with a 6
PM meal. Call 682-1683 if you need
directions.


Baptist
Beaver Creek BC services:
Beaver Creek Baptist Church, located
six miles West of Baker, has Sunday
School at 10:00 AM, morning wor-
ship at 11:00 AM, and Children's
Church at 11:15 AM.
Calvary Baptist Church: 612 E.
Chestnut Ave., Crestview. Pastor:
Rev. Rhett Everage. Sunday services -
8:45 a.m. continental breakfast; 9:30
a.m. Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
morning worship; 11 a.m. youth wor-
ship; 6 p.m. evening service.
Wednesday prayer meeting at 6:30
p.m. Nursery provided for children 5
and under.
Central Baptist Church: Located
at 951 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview -
from ERA American Realty and next
door to Century 21 Moulton Realty.
Sunday services include 9:15 a.m.
bible study; 10:30 a.m. worship and
praise service; 5:30 p.m. worship and
praise, Awana for Kids. Tuesday 7:00
p.m. "Praying for Our Church," Men
in the Sanctuary and Women in the
Glass Room. Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
Prayer for the Sick/Hurting and Bible
Study in the Sanctuary, G-Force for
kids in the Kid's Sanctuary, Power-
uHouse& Youth nE1lawshipIlin; ,b
Iel.pwship hall., Friday and Saturday
8:00 p.m.-ll1:00 p.m. H.Y.P.E.
(Helping Young People Experience-
Christ) in the R.O.C.. For additional
information call 682-5525 or visit the
church website www.central-
crestview.com.
Emmanuel Baptist Church,
3252 East James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Phone: 682-9416. Email
address: ebc@ebccrestview.com.
Teaching Pastor Mark Seagle.
Celebration services: 6 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday at 8 AM and 10
AM.
Jungle Jubilee for nursery,
Preschool/The Zone (Children's
Church) K-5th Graders during all cel-
ebrations.
Evening celebrations throughout
the community Life groups for
adults. On Campus Sunday Night
Safari for preschoolers, G-Force for
K-5th Graders. Fuel 247- Worship
Service/Small Groups (Youth). All
Sunday Evening opportunities are
from 5-7 p.m.
Special events: Community
Gathering (call for times and loca-
tions, LIFE Group Ministry
Opportunities (Adult); Awana (ages 3
years to 5th grade); Wednesday Fuel
247 Bible Studies (Youth). All Wed.
opportunities are from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820
Carver Avenue, Crestview. Rev.
Benjamin T. Randolph. Sunday
Services 9:30 AM Sunday School,
11 AM morning worship, and at 3
p.m. every 1st Sunday is the Hour of
Power. Wednesday Bible Study and
prayer is at 7 p.m. Phone: 682-2218.
First Baptist Church of
Crestview: 798 N. Pearl Street
(across Hwy. 90 from courthouse,
behind Burger King. Pastor Alan
Kilgore. Phone 682-2544.
Sunday services 8:45 Welcome
Center opens/9:00 Sunday
School/10:30 morning worship, chil-
dren's worship/ 4:00 Student
Leadership; Youth Choir / 5:000
Youth discipleship; Youth Ensemble;
Ladies, Men, Children and Preschool
Bible Studies; Book Club/ 6 PM
evening worship.
Wednesday: 9:00 Media Center
opens/3:00 Youth Activities/5:30
Children's Book Club/6:00 Youth
Lighthouse/6:30 Prayer Meeting;
Children's and Preschool Bible
Studies.
First Baptist Church of Holt:
532 Hwy 90 West, PO Box 38, Holt,
FL. 32564. Phone 537-6170. Pastor
David Wheat.
Wed. services: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
AWANA for kids and Student
Worship for youths, 6 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. adult Bible Study and prayer also
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Sunday services: 9 AM Small
Group Bible Study. 10:15 AM Praise
and Worship Service.
Goodhope Baptist Church, 1895
Owen Cotton Road off Hwy. 189,
Baker, in the Escambia Farms com-
munity. Pastor Jim Skates, Worship
Leader Randy Batson. Phone: 537-
8720 or 537-8740.
Services: Men's prayer 9:30 a.m.,


Sunday School 9:45 a.m., worship 11
a.m.. Evening Services: Discipleship
training 5 p.m. worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday service 7 p.m.
Live Oak Baptist Church, locat-
ed off Hwy. 85 South near Shoal
River Country Club. Rev. Bill White.
Regular Sunday services are Bible
study at 9:45 AM, morning worship
service at 11 AM. An additional Bible
study class is at 5 PM, followed by
evening worship at 6 PM
On Wednesday at 6:45 PM are
Adult Discipleship Training and
Preschool through Youth Mission
organizations. For more information
on other ministries, please call 682-
5160.
Living Faith Baptist Church:
837 West James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Pastor Chaplain David Pettis. Sunday
services Sunday School 10 AM and
worship at 11 AM Discipleship
Training 6 PM, and evening worship
7 PM Children's Church Sunday
morning. Phone 682-4371.
Magnolia Baptist Church:
Located at 3198 Hwy 602, Laurel
Hill. Pastor Roy Mooneyham.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.,
Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Bniithllhilirenis ,ehur.lffQru3-5 and
.nurse4y.for under 3 ..
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m..
Wednesday night Prayer Service at
6:30 p.m. For further information,
call 652-2900 or 652-3149.
New Life Missionary Baptist
Church: Pastor Sanford Hayes. 285
Duggan Ave., Crestview. Sunday
School 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 11
a.m. on Sunday. Men and Women's
Ministry at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
Wednesday Prayer Service and Bible
Study at 6:45 p.m. Male choir practice
at 7 p.m. on Thursday. Monday youth
choir practice at 6 p.m. Adult's choir
practice at 7 p.m.
Valley Road Baptist Church:
1018 Valley Road, Crestview. Phone
850-682-4513. Rev. Philip Mark.
Times for Sunday Services: Bible
Study 9:45 a.m., morning worship 11
A.M, Discipleship training 5 p.m.,
and evening worship 6 p.m.
Wednesday activities: Youth
Meeting 7 p.m. Bible Study/Prayer
Meetings 7 p.m. Choir practice 8 PM.
Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist
Church: 201 Cadle Dr., Crestview.
Elder Michael Green, Jr., Pastor.
Sunday 10:30 AM and Wednesday 6
PM. Call 689-3383 for more informa-
tion. Come worship with us!
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church:
Pastor, Dr. Jerry Haley. 5595 Hwy. 4
South, Baker, FL 32531-0341. Phone
(850) 537-9221. FAX (850) 537-
6798.
Sunday services: Morning wor-
ship 8:30 and 11 AM. Bible study
9:45 AM. Youth H20 worship 5 p.m.
Discipleship training 5:30 PM.
Evening worship 6:30 PM.
Wednesday services: Youth
Drama and Acteens, 6 PM. Prayer
groups for adults and youths, and mis-
sion organizations for children, 7 PM.
Woodlawn Baptist located at
824 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
Pastor Patrick Pfrimmer.
Sunday School meets at 9 AM
with morning worship at 10:30 AM. A
service for the hearing impaired is
also offered on Sunday morning.
Sunday evening service is at 6 PM,
and the Youth Choir meets at 5 PM.
Wednesday services are at 6:30 PM.
Call the church at 682-2924 for infor-
mation.
Catholic
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Community, 550 Adams Drive,
Crestview. Telephone 682-4622.
Ministers: Father. Steven "O'Connor
and Father Florencio Lagura. Times
for services: Sunday Masses at 8, 9:30
and 11 a.m. Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday 8 a.m. Mass.
Saturday 5 p.m.
Special events: RCIA (Rite of
Christian Initiation for Adults) class
every Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. CCD
Class every Wednesday from 6:30 to
7:45 p.m.
Church of
McDonald Street Church of
Christ: at 744 South McDonald
Street in Crestview, with Minister
Bro. Henry Herbert and Youth
Minister, Bro. Daniel Jackson. 10
a.m. Bible class on Sunday, followed
by 11:15 a.m. worship. Evening wor-


ship at 6 p.m. on Sundays. Also Bible
classes are held on Wednesdays at 7
p.m. For more information, call 682-
6230.
Church of Christ Airport Road:
Sunday Bible study at 9 AM, worship
services at 10 AM, Sunday worship at
6 PM, Wednesday Bible study at 7
PM. Listen to the "Know Your Bible"
radio program Monday through
Saturday on WAAZ 104.7 at 5:45
AM. Minister Jason Green.
Crestview Church of God, Pastor
Larry Collins. Sunday school 10,- 11
AM; morning worship 11 AM 12
PM; and 6-9 PM evening service on
Sunday, and 6 PM Family Training
on Wednesday. Call 682-3045 for
more information.
Church of New Covenant,
Pastors Charles, Sr., and Maxine
Whisnand invite you to attend their
services, located at 3191 North
Newman Avenue in Crestview.
Sunday services include Adult
Bible Study and Children's Church at
10 AM, followed by Praise Hour at 11
AM. Wednesday, a Family
Stew/Study service is held at 6:30
PM.
The church also has a radio min-
istry bt.adcti efery Sunday at 7:30
'AM '." V-T-T, *",'I 1 F?. (F all 682-
8433 for more information -
Church of the Resurrection: 66
8th Street, Shalimar FL. The Rev.
Canon Michael G. Carr. Sunday ser-
vices at 10 AM, morning prayer on
1st, 3rd, 5th; and holy communion on
2nd and 4th Sundays.
Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany:
Located at 424 Garden St., Crestview
behind the Teachers Credit Union.
Children's Sunday School 9:15
a.m. Holy Eucharist 9:30 a.m.
Nursery is available. The first Sunday
of the month there will be a Potluck
Brunch following the service.
Episcopal Church Women meets
the second Wed. at 12 p.m. in the
parish hall. Epiphany Men's Group
meets each Thursday at 8 a.m. at
Cracker Barrel. Altar Guild meets the
third Thursday of each month at 8:30
a.m. for brass cleaning.
Interim Vicar is the Rev. George
A. Gilbert, Jr. Office hours are
Tuesday 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Call 689-
1410 for more information. All are
welcome.
Lutheran
Our Savior Evangelical
Lutheran Church LCMS: 178 W.
North Avenue in Crestview. Rev.
Vance G. Tech. Sunday services
include Sunday School for all ages at
9 a.m., and a traditional worship ser-
vice with Holy Communion for all
ages at 10:30 A.M.
Private confession and absolution
every Friday from 9 a.m.-noon. Pastor
Tech offers study of the Augsburg
Confession classes every Wed. at 9
a.m. Choir meeting at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. LWML meets every
fourth Saturday of the month at 10
a.m. Youth catechism classes every
Thurs. evening at 6 p.m. LWML
meets every 4th Saturday of the
month at 10 a.m.
First Lutheran Church of
Florala:-at 24512 5th Avenue (US
331) in Florala AL, pastored by Rev.
Jack Betz. 9:30 AM worship, fellow-
ship 10:30 a.m., and Sunday School
11 a.m.
Phone (334) 858-3515. On Route
331 near the Florida line in Florala,
Ala. Call (334) 858-3515 for more
specific directions.
Methodist
Baker First United Methodist:
located just north of the traffic light in
Baker. Their new pastor is Rev.
Richard M. Hughes. Sunday School
begins at 10 a.m., worship service is
at 11 a.m. You will be warmly wel-
comed here!
First United Methodist: 599
Eighth Avenue, Crestview, The Rev.
Bruce Sheffield is Senior Pastor, and
Dr. R. Lee Thigpen, Lay Leader
(FUMC).
Traditional services at 8 a.m., in
the Christ Chapel, and at 11 a.m., in
the Main Sanctuary. Contemporary
service in the Christ Chapel at 9:30
a.m. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. and
11 a.m.
For information, call 682-2018,
during normal business hours.
Hopewell United Methodist


Church: Rev. Elaine Hagenbuch.
Services 1st & 3rd Sunday of the
month at 8:45 a.m., Sunday School at
10 a.m. Weekly Bible Study is at 7
p.m. on Tuesday, and 10 a.m. on.
Wednesday at the Florala parsonage.
Worship is at 9 a.m. every Thursday at
Florala Health a& Rehabilitation
Center.
Located 5 miles west of Laurel
Hill on New Ebenezer Road, just over
the AL state line. (850) 652-4474 or
(334) 858-3456.
Mount Zion African Methodist
Episcopal (AME) Church, 502
McDonald Street, in Crestview. Rev.
Matthew Ewing. Regular services
include: Sunday- church school 9:30
AM, praise service 10:45 AM, and
worship service 11:00 AM; Tuesday
services include: 6 PM prayer meet-
ing, and men's bible study at 7 PM;
Wednesday Kiddie College, 5:45-7:45
PM. All are welcome. For informa-
tion, call 682-7799.
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, located at 5894 Hwy. 85
North. Services held Wednesday
nights are the 6 PM fellowship supper
and 7 PM Bible study. Sunday ser-
vices are 10 AM Sunday School, and
11 AM and 6 PM .worship-...--
St. Maik UnilLd' M tlhdis l
Church; 2250 P.J. Adams Pkwy. in
Crestview, offers the following ser-
vices: 9 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Sunday morning worship, Wednesday
Bible study for the entire family at
6:30 p.m. A nursery is available for all
services. Clergyman is Rev. Glenn
McCall. Call 682-5280 for more
information.
Nazarene
Aplin Road Church of the
Nazarene: 395 Aplin Road,
Crestview. Rev. Gary Monk invites
everyone to attend the following ser-
vices; Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,
morning worship 10:45 a.m., and
evening service at 6 p.m. Bible Study,
fellowship and Caravan are at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. 682-7995.
Nondenominational
Mount Olive Community
Church: Pastor D.L. Lyons invites all
interested to Sunday Services at 10
a.m., Tuesday Ladies' meeting at 7
p.m. with Marie C. Lyons, and
Thursday Bible study at 7 p.m. with
Pastor Dennis. The church is located
at 5661 Mt. Olive Road in Crestview.
Directions approximately 7 miles
east on Hwy. 90, turn left on Mt.
Olive Road, 2 miles. Call 682-6218
for more information.
Pentecostal
Auburn Pentecostal Church:
Independent Pentecostal church at
6144 Hwy. 85 North, Crestview.
Pastor: Rev. Ron Williamson. Sunday
Services: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.,
morning worship and children's
church 10:30 a.m., evening and youth
services at 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible
Study at 7 p.m., along with Royal
Rangers and Missionettes. Nursery
available for all services. Pastor
Williamson on WTJT (90.1) every
weekday at 6:05 a.m. and 4:20 p.m.
Phone: 6826357; fax 689-4402.
Calvary Apostolic Church: 1010
Bay Street, Crestview. (behind south
side EFCU). Sunday 10 a.m. wor-
ship service with Sunday School.
Tuesday 7 p.m. family prayer.
Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Study. Sign
language available at all services.
Church motto: The Church of Your
Dream, The Caring Church. Pastor
Charles Braneff, Jr. Church phone:
(850) 423-1198. Pastor's phone: 682-
6191.
First Pentecostal Church of
Jesus Christ: Sunday services for
First Pentecostal are at 10 AM and 6
PM There is also a Wednesday service
at 7 PM Pastor Wilbur Hawkins. They
are located at 997 East Chestnut Ave.
in Crestview. Call (850) 682-3497 for
more information.
Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church: 492
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, pastored
by Rev. Frank Beall. Sunday School,
10 AM; worship 11 AM. Bible Study
Tuesday night and Wednesday mom-
ing. choir rehearsal Wednesday at 7
PM. For more information, call 682-.
2835.
Unitarian
Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship of the Emerald Coast
(UUFEC): located at 1295 Bayshore


Drive, Valparaiso, Florida. Minister:
The Reverend Rodney Debs. Service
is held at 10:30 AM each Sunday. For
further updates, check
http://www.uufec.com, the Verbal
Chalice, Wick, or please call the
Fellowship at 678-7197, or 243-5247.
Unity
Way of Life Unity Center:
Pastor Rev. George A. Schmidt,
Ph.D., the Way of Life Unity Center is
located at 1797 Hurlburt Road in Fort
Walton Beach.
Sunday services: 9:30 AM and 11
AM Celebration Services. Youth
Education programs along with child-
care are only provided at the 11 AM
service. All are welcome.
For information, call the office at
864-1232 (hours by appointment).
There is also a Metaphysical
Bookstore (864-5945) open Sundays
from 9 AM to 1 PM, and the Dial-A-
Thought line, 864-9139.
Other
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Protestant Sunday Worship
Services/Religious Education 0800
Traditional in West Gate Chapel;
0930 Traditional in West Gate Chapel;
0930 Gospel in Chapel Center; 1230
Contemporary gin Chapel-?Center;
Sunday School' casess 'are available
for ages 3 through adult. Call 882-
8527. Protestant Holy Communion
mid week worship service .is every
Wed., 1100 hours at the Eglin
Hospital Chapel. For more informa-
tion, call Chaplain Sarah Shirley at
883-9736.
Eglin Air Force Base Chapel:
Catholic Weekend Mass Schedule -
1700 hours, Sat. in the West Gate
Chapel; 0745 hours, Sun. in the
Chapel Center; 1115 hours, Sun. in
the West Gate Chapel. For Religious
Education, call 882-7320. RCIA Wed.
at 1900 hours in the Chapel Center.
All military and their families are
invited to join us at our many diverse
services. We have services for
Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and
Islamic faith groups, as well as activ-
ities for all ages. Call the chapel at
882-2111 for times and locations.
Christian Life Center: Pastor
Jason Palmer. Prayer is held Sunday
at 2 PM, with Sunday services and
Sunday School at 2:30. Bible study is
held Wednesday nights at 7:30 PM
Christian Life Center is located at 410
Wingard Street; call (850) 305-0198
for more information.
Healing Stream Ministries:
Pastor Jonathan Griffin. Saturday ser-
vices are being held. The ministry is
located at the comer of E. Robinson
and Church Street in Crestview. Call
Pastor Griffin at 682-5455 for more
information.
The Chapel, an independent wor-
shipping community, has services
every Sunday morning at 7:30 AM
with Chaplain Hayward Chapman,
and at 9 AM with Chaplain Chuck
Chapman. Tuesday evenings prayer
meeting at 6 p.m. Friday evenings -
Spanish prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Services are held at 1093 S. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview, next to Domino's
Pizza. Phone: (850) 682-9887 or
(850) 423-0526. "Come as you are."
The Awakening Ministries, Inc.,
a not-for-profit Christian music min-
istry, meets every Saturday from 2-7
PM under the pavilion, Kit Drive,
Crestview. Their phone number is
689-1259.
All amateur, semi-professional,
and professional Christian music
groups and individuals are invited to
attend for practice, auditioning, fel-
lowship, and prayer. Spectators and
other interested parties are also wel-
come. For more information call or
e m a i 1
awakeningministries@praize.com.
Iglesia Hispana Bethel: Te inbita
a los servicios de adoracion a nuestro
senior Jesus.
Ordon de servicios: Martes ora-
cion 7:00 PM; Viemes servicio evan-
gelistico 7:30 PM; Domingo escuela
Dominical 11:00 AM; Domingo ser-
vicio evangelistico 6:30 PM
Estamos uvicados en la 544 Main
Street, Crestview FL, 32536.
Telefones (850) 423-0325 y cellular
543-4292.
NEW BEGINNINGS The
church is at 412 West James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview. The Sunday services is
at 10:30 a.m.


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Mr. Fantasy will be fea-
tured in the main event
tonight at the National
Guard Armory in Crestview.
He is sure to endure a roar of
boos and hisses as he takes
on former WWE and current
S TNA superstar Brian "Road
Dogg" James.
"It's exciting for me to get
in the ring and entertain the
fans," Childs said. "Getting
to wrestle guys like the Road
?,. Dogg, with the credentials he
has, just adds to the excite-
ment.
"And getting in there with
a seasoned pro like that, you
know that there is less of a
chance of getting seriously
hurt. He knows how to take
-_- care of you."
Through the years, Childs
has been in the ring with
I- each of the revered
Armstrongs, from the father,
at Bullet Bob, to his four sons,
e Steve, Brad, Scott and Brian.
d "When I was a kid we
used to go up to Dothan
(Ala.) on many Saturday
nights when they had
Continental Wrestling up
there," Childs said. "That's
where I first met the
Armstrongs.
"As I got older I had pret-
ty much given up on the
dream of becoming a
wrestler myself, because I
had no idea how to get start-
ed."
Childs eventually got his
initial training from Steve
Armstrong, who began train-
ing the youngster about
seven years ago for $100 a
lesson.
"We started out with the
basics, like how to lock up,
how to get a headlock, how
to twist and arm," Childs
said. "Then it progressed to
the bumps and falls, and it's
been a go ever since."
He began his career as a
baby face or good guy -
nicknamed Flash Fantasy.
"I started out just follow-
ing Steve around and he was
getting me booked in some
regional shows, ,basically :in
this area," Childs said:' "I
teamed with Steve up in
Georgia a few times. We
called ourselves the Million
Dollar Connection.
"I wasn't really making
any money at that point. I
would drive two or three
hours to a show and I might
St get $20."
At a 2002 event in
Knoxville, Tenn., Childs was
booked by former wrestling
icon Ron Fuller to compete
as a heel.
"That's when I became
Mr. Fantasy," he said. "That's
the first time I ever heeled,
but it kind of came natural,
and I've been doing it ever
since."
Superkick Scott
Armstrong, who will also be
competing in tonight's event,
remembers Childs attending
matches as a fan, and having
the loudest mouth in the
crowd.
"You always notice the
people like that," Armstrong
said with a laugh earlier this
week. "As a wrestler, that's
the kind of people we love -
the ones that yell and scream
and give everything they've
got.
"Heath could run his
mouth 90 miles a minute -
his excitement was unbeliev-
able."
Childs begged for an
opportunity to become a
wrestler and was finally
given that opportunity a
short time later.
He has now developed
into a respected opponent
inside the ropes and a rising
match promoter outside the
ropes.
S Tonight will be Childs'
fourth show in Crestview
under the umbrella of the
Southern Wrestling Alliance.


His first three shows, all last
year, averaged nearly 500
fans per show.
"The biggest difference
between wrestling nowadays
and the way it was in the '80s
and '70s is the entertainment
value," Childs said. "But I'm
more toward the old school
because of who I was trained
by.
"Anybody can look like a
million dollars and have the
body of an Adonis, but if you
can't go out there and enter-


Special to The News Bulletin
Professional wrestler Heath Childs is always escorted to
the ring by his valet, Sexy Samantha, who is also his wife.


tain the people, you ain't
worth nothing. Take Hulk
Hogan he wasn't a great
wrestler, but he knew how to
entertain, and that's what it's
all about."
When asked the ever-pop-
ular question about profes-
sional wrestling being fake,
Childs pondered for a
moment, then offered a not-
so-surprising revelation.
"I would say not so much
fake, but fixed," he
explained. "What I mean by
fixed is, yes, we know who's
going to win the match
before we go out there. And
yes we do choreograph some
things before we go out
there, but not everything you
see in the ring has been
rehearsed.
"In this business you have
to learn to adlib a lot of
things depending on crowd
reaction. We usually go over
how the match will start and
how the.match will end, and
most of the stuff in between
is adlibbed'
He also admits that the
wrestlers have a lot of fun
before and after the matches.
But once they walk through
the curtains it's all business
- the business of entertain-
ing.
Childs, who has two chil-
dren, Bravon, 9, and Bryson,
5, is always accompanied to
the ring by his wife,
Samantha, who doubles as
his vindictive valet, "Sexy
Samantha."
"She also gets the crowd
going when she reaches in to
choke my opponents, or
she'll slap them or trip
them," Childs said. "And she
will also help me communi-
cate with the other wrestler
at times."
Communication in the
ring is a vital component to a
successful match.
"The referee is very
important in a wrestling
match he's not there just
to count to three," Childs
said. "He is very vital in the
communication between the
wrestlers.
"There is really a lot of
communication that goes on
during a match between the
wrestlers themselves and the
wrestlers and the referee."
The key to being a good
wrestler is having a strong
combination of athleticism
and acting abilities, accord-
ing to Childs.
"When you're in the ring,
you only get one take," he
said. "There's no cut the
camera and start over. You
have to do it right the first
time."
Injuries are always a con-
cern, although Childs con-
firms that wrestlers don't get
in the ring to actually hurt
their opponents.
"If you really wanted to
hurt somebody in the ring, it
would be easy to do," he
said. "But, for the most part,
we are all in this together."
The worry of injuries also
extends outside the ring.
"It's definitely a worry,"
said Samantha. "Every time
he gets in there I worry about
him, because it is dangerous.
People have broken necks
and ankles and even
caught on fire."


The latter mishap is actu-
ally one that happened to her
husband in the ring four
years ago, while wrestling in
a hardcore match.
Childs explained that as
part of the match he got
slammed through a table
that had been set on fire.
When he came down, he also
caught on fire. Fortunately
his opponent and the referee
helped extinguish the fire,
but not before he suffered
second-degree burns and a
permanent scar on his lower
back.
"You really do take a
chance on a serious injury
every time you are in that
ring," Childs said. "One
wrong bump or the other
guy not knowing what he is
doing. If you fall on your
neck or your back wrong,
you're screwed for the rest of
your life."
Another concern for
wrestlers, especially those
who play the heels, is'fans
that may take a match too
seriously.
Childs has had fans call
911 on him three times while
playing a character that
abused his valet. He's also
had a fan pull a knife on him
and had one hit him with a
can of soda.
"I was possibly the most
hated man in the Gulf Coast
region at one time," he said
with a hearty laugh. "That
just means that you are
doing your job and making
people believe what you are
saying and doing."
But, along with that
comes the safety concerns.
"The thing that is scary is
that fact the some people
can't distinguish between
reality and fiction, so you've
really got to watch your back
wherever you go," he said.
"I will say that as a fan, no
matter how mad you get,
don't cross that line and
jump into the ring. It would-
n't be just the bad guy jump-
ing on you either. You will
have the bad guy and the
good guy jumping on you,
and probably the referee all
at the same time."
With a dream at one time
to make it to the WWE or one
of the premiere wrestling
organizations, Childs is now
content keeping his show on
the independent circuit.
"With my kids getting
older and wanting to spend
more time with them I'm
happy with where I'm at," he
said.
Already sharing the ring
with the likes of Tommy
"Wildfire" Rich, the Iron
Sheik, Glacier, and Mick
Foley, Childs said his dream
match would be against Ric
Flair.
"I would do just about
anything to wrestle Ric
Flair," he said. "I'd even pay
money to get in the ring with
him."
But, whether he ever gets
in the ring with the Nature
Boy or not, Childs is content
with what he has accom-
plished.
"I enjoy entertaining peo-
ple and that's what I always
try to do," he said. "And I've
actually got to live my dream
as a professional wrestler."


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Navy SEABEE remembers building runways for B-29 bombers


John Parrott
New Bulletin Military Reporter

Eighty-six-year-old
William "Bill" Meyn Sr. of
Laurel Hill never dreamed
he would become a Florida
resident.
"My thoughts were about
finishing high school and
then going to college," said
Meyn (pronounced "mine"),
a native New Yorker, and
the son of a delicatessen
operator.
He attended Public
School 37 in Queens, N.Y.,
and then in 1933 entered
Brooklyn Technical High
School, where he graduated
in 1937.
He applied for and was
accepted in Cooper Union,
one of the most sought after
engineering schools in the
country. Cooper Union has
one of the most stringent
admission policies in the
nation and accepts only
about four percent of those
who apply.
Once there, Meyn pur-
sued a six-year degree in
mechanical engineering
while attending night
school. He also held a full
time job.
America was at peace,
but war raged in Europe as
young Meyn began his stud-
ies in the autumn of
1937. "My thoughts
were not on the war in
Europe, but making
enough money to sup-
port me and my fami-
ly," he said. ..
In December 1941,
Japan attacked Pearl
Harbor, and the war
came to American col-
lege campuses, but did
not reach Meyn, who
continued his studies
until graduation in
1943.
"All through college
I kept getting defer-
ments, but once I grad-
uated, my status sud-
denly changed to Al. I


was drafted almost immedi- got to Oahu. "
ately, and I mean within a Christmas of 1943 was
week after graduation. That spent on Oahu, and then on
was 6 June 1943, and I the first of February 1944,
reported to the induction Meyn and his 110th
center on Manhattan, where Battalion Seabee shipmates
I discovered my eyesight were loaded up on another
wasn't good enough to liberty ship and steamed
become an officer, but as across the Pacific toward the
luck would have it,I got Marshall Islands.
selected for the Navy," said "We sailed straight across
Meyn. to Eniwetok Atoll, in the
It was at this point Meyn Marshall Islands," said
would be introduced to a Meyn, who at that point
branch of the navy he was began to chuckle.
unfamiliar with, but one that "When we arrived in the
would leave him with a early morning hours of Feb.
great deal of personal satis- 27, we dropped anchor in
faction. the lagoon and saw a whole
"As I was being in bunch of guys lined up on
processed, one of the exam- shore, and it looked like
iners told me I was being they were waving to us, so
chosen for a special assign- we started waving back. We
ment. Having no idea what did that for several minutes.
he meant, I asked him to Then someone finally dis-
explain. 'Well, it's kind of covered they weren't wav-
like limited service in the ing at us at all they were
Army,' he said and the next shaking their fist because
thing I knew I was standing they were Japanese sol-
in front of the Navy Seabee diers," Meyn laughed.
sign, taking the oath and "The airbase they had
that's when my career got been defending on the far
started," Meyn stated. 'end of the island had been
A ride from the overrun by American forces
Manhattan processing sta- and they had evacuated to
tion followed, and Meyn the north, but we didn't
ended up at Camp Perry, know that," Meyn added.
Williamsburg, Va. to begin "Then early the next
boot camp. morning we began shelling
"Then we went to them unmercifully, but even
Gulfport Mississippi, and on so they were so well dug in.
to Port Hueneme, Calif. with It cost hundreds of lives
the for more intensive train- before we were able to
ing. After a few weeks in secure the island. I could see
Port Hueneme, the 110th our marines advancing on
Seabee Battalion, which I the Japanese positions pill
was part of, boarded the box by pill box, and that is a
USS Sacagawea and steamed sight I'll never forget,"
toward Oahu, Hawaii," said Meyn, said somberly.
Meyn. He added, "Because Once the island was
the ship was so filthy and in secure, the men of the famed
such bad shape we dubbed 110th Seabee Battalion went
it the Sack of s-it." to work in earnest clearing
"Anyway, it didn't take the debris from the shelling
captain long to discover he and bombardment in an
had 1,000 Seabees aboard so around-the-clock, seven-
he put us to work cleaning day-a-week operation.
up his ship and it looked "Our first priority was
brand new by the time we removing the decaying body


Meyn's navy awards and decorations from WWII service


Coplen stationed at

Fort Leonard Wood
Lisa A. Coplen has joined
the United States Army
Reserve under the Delayed
Training Program.
The program gives young
men and women the oppor- .
tunity to delay reporting for '
basic military training for up
to 270 days. An enlistment in
the reserve gives many new
soldiers the option to learn a
new skill, serve their country, Lisa A. Coplen
and become eligible to
receive more than $7,000 toward a college educa-
tion, $20,000 for repayment of college loans, and a
maximum $5,000 cash bonus.
After completion of basic military training,
most soldiers receive advanced individual training
in their career job specialty prior to being assigned
to their first permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a $16,000 enlistment
bonus.
Coplen has reported to Fort Leonard Wood,
Waynesville, Mo., for active duty.
She is the daughter of Thomas and Annie
Carper of Crestview, Fla.


Jason W. Johnson has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as Jason D. Johnson
much as $50,000 toward a is on active duty at
college education. After Ft. Benning in
completion of basic military Columbus, Ga.
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in their career job
specialty prior to being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.
Johnson, a 2004 graduate of Baker High School,
Fla., has reported to Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.,
for active duty.
He is the son of Pamela C. Johnson of Redbird
Lane, Tyler, Texas, and Henry C. Johnson of Baker,
Fla.


728th ACS off on Deployment


EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE,
Fla. The 728th Air Control
Squadron's advance team
processed through the deploy-
ment line in preparation for
the squadron's deployment to
Southwest Asia in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom on
April 27.
The deployment line was a
last minute check of medical,
legal, financial, equipment
inspections and briefings
before Airmen deploy.
The 12-Airmen ADVON


team sets up and inspects
equipment at the deployed
location and ensures all basic
requirements are met before
the squadron arrives.
The 728th ACS provides a
mobile, combat-rated, senior
radar element of the Theater
Air Control System for world-
wide contingencies.
Additionally, the 728th ACS
provides combat and control
of joint air operations by con-
ducting surveillance identifi-
cation, weapons control, battle


management and theater com-
munications data link.
This is the third OIF deploy-
ment the 728th ACS has sup-
ported. In 2003, they deployed
to Baghdad International
Airport, Iraq, for seven months
during which they controlled
and monitored air defense,
assisted in providing dose air
support for humanitarian aid
and reconnaissance and direct-
ed tanker traffic for refueling
efforts. In 2005, they spent five
months in Iraq.


Former Navy Seabee William Meyn looking through his
battalion diary of WWII


parts of dead Japanese sol-
diers, and once that was
accomplished, we began to
clear a solid landing strip
that would accommodate
heavy bombers for the inva-
sion of Japan."
On March 11, the first B-
29 plane landed, and on
April 5, the first mission by
permanently based bomber
squadrons was flown from
Stickell Field. The completed
field, 6,800 feet long and 400
feet wide, had two taxiways,
facilities for a major engine-
overhaul, and housing for
aviation personnel in
Quonset huts.
At that point Meyn
pointed out a picture in his
scrapbook of the surprising-
ly large and modem looking
outdoor theatre. "I built
that," he said proudly.
"The base commander
said he wanted one built
and so the job became my
project, and assembling the
materials was no problem
because everything I needed
was available on site," Meyn
stated. "Then after several
weeks we sailed to the
Northern Marianas and to
Saipan and Tinian."
"You have to remember'
those atolls had been blasted
outof the after y 'US'
forces. verytLing h d to be
built from the ground up or
extensively rebuilt, and it
was a much larger project
than the one on Eniwetok,"
said Meyn. "In fact it was
such a large project the 110th
Battalion became part of the
49th Regiment of the 6th
Brigade."
"One of our most chal-
lenging projects was build-
ing the runway on the west
end of the island. Because of
the prevailing winds the
runways had to be built at a


right angle to 60-foot hills of
coral and volcanic mud.
That done, we proceeded to
build a longer strip at north
field, and it was there I came
under fire from a Japanese
plane," said Meyn. "I was
operating a three wheel
roller at the time."
Then, shortly before the
first atomic bomb arrived on
Tinian, Meyn received word
that his father had died
between Christmas and
New Year's Eve, 1944 -1945.
"I was granted emer-
gency leave at that point,
but continued to serve at
various stateside assign-
ments until I was discharged
at the separations center on
Lido Beach, Long Island in
late summer of 1945," Meyn
said.
After receiving his long
awaited discharge, Meyn
found getting a job, even
with a degree from Cooper
Union, did not help that
much, and in fact hurt him.
"I found it very difficult
to get a job, and one of the
first things the prospective
employer would ask was
did I have a degree. I told
them I did and it was from
Cooper Union. Their eyes
would light up, but then
they would ask what had I
been doing for the past three
years as if they though I had
been goofing off or some-
thing."
Finally, after several
months Meyn found
employment with Columbia
Aircraft Company, but it
was soon taken over by
Republic, and once again,
Meyn was out of a job.
After several weeks of
unemployment, Grumman
finally hired him, and for
the next 35 years Meyn
worked as a engineer for a


Jeremy L. Moye has joined
the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program gives
young men and women the
opportunity to delay enter-
ing active duty for up to one
year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as Jeremy L. Moye
much as $50,000 toward a college education. After
completion of basic military training, soldiers
receive advanced individual training in their
career job specialty prior to being assigned to their
first permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a $5,000 enlistment
bonus.
Moye, a 2003 graduate of Baker High School,
Fla., will report to Fort Leonard Wood,
Waynesville, Mo., for active duty on June 23, 2006.
He is the son of Karen Moye of Baker, and
Monte L. Moye of Pensacola, Fla.


Pvt. Lakon Jolly to be

stationed in Korea

Pvt. 2nd Class Lakon
Arluther Jolly, of Crestview,
completed the United States
Army basic training at Fort
Jackson on Oct. 28, 2005.
Jolly then attended AIT
School at Fort Lee in
Petersburg, Virginia which
he completed on Feb. 16,
2006. He is currently sta-
tioned in Korea. Pvt. 2nd Class
The son of Pearl E. rlT olla
McKay of Crestview and Ira Jolly Jr.o as ee,
Fla., the soldier is a 2004 graduate of Crestview
High School.


host of aircraft, medical,
submarine and railroad
companies, which included
Columbia, Seversky, which
became Republic Aircraft
Corp, Bell, Sperry, and
Grumman. For a while, he
was a teacher, but his first
love was always mechanical
engineering, a passion he
still retains.
Again, Florida did not
figure into his plans even
after retirement. It was only
after the death of his second
wife that Florida finally
beckoned.
In 2002 Meyn came south
to live near his daughter,
and today enjoys life on his
well laid out five-acre Laurel
Hill spread.
As he carefully thumbed
through his battalion diary, I
asked him what his fondest
military memory was. He
quickly answered, "The day
I got out of service, but I am
proud to have been able to
serve my country."



MILITARY-

BRIEFS


Griggy enters
US Army
Glenn L. Griggy has
joined the United States
Army under the
Delayed Entry
Program. The program
gives young men and
women the opportunity
to delay entering active
duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the
option to learn a new
skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward
a college education.
After completion of
basic military training,
soldiers receive
advanced "individual
training in their career
job specialty prior to
being assigned to their
first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies
for a $28,000 enlistment
bonus.
Griggy, a 2004 grad-
uate of Freeport Senior
High School, will
report to Fort Leonard
Wood, Waynesville,
Mo., for active duty on
April 19, 2006.
He is the son of
Donna Richard of
Crestview, Fla.

Master Sgt.
Hart returns
from overseas
Air Force Master
Sgt. Dawn M. Hart has
returned to the U.S.
from an overseas for-
ward-deployed location
where the soldier par-
ticipated in Operation
Enduring Freedom.
Operation Enduring
Freedom is the official
name given to anti-ter-
rorism military opera-
tions involving U.S.
troops and allied coali-
tion partners. Active
duty and reserve com-
ponent members from
all branches of the U.S.
armed forces have been
deployed to support the
war against global ter-
rorism outside the bor-
ders of the United
States. U.S. troops
serve in South and
Southwest Asia, the
Arabian peninsula,
islands in the Pacific,


and Europe.
Hart, a public affairs
superintendent with 21
years of military ser-
vice, is assigned to the
96th Air Base Wing,
Eglin Air Force Base,
Valparaiso, Fla.
She is the daughter
of Frank and Bonnie
Potts of Crestview, Fla.


Johnson enters army Jeremy L. Moye enters

under Delayed Entry U.S. Army


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5:30 p.m. and May 15 through
18 from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
University Bookstore will be
open May 12 from 8 a.m.- to
5:30 p.m., May 13 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., May 14 from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and May 15 through
18 from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
All offices and the
University Bookstore will
resume and maintain normal
service hours on May 19. For
more information, contact the
UWF Welcome Center at (850)
474-3000.


Bowdren, Barkley win scholarships


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SCHOLARSHIPS
ASMC SCHOLARSHIP:
The Gulf Coast Chapter of the
American Society of Military
Comptrollers is an organiza-
tion of financial professionals,
which promotes and encour-
ages education in financial
management.
,ASMC ,will award three
$1,000.00 and six $500.00 schol-
arship grants to students in the
Gulf Coast area who have com-
pleted two years of college and
are entering a field of study
related to comptroller func-,
tions. Application packages
are available at the financial aid
offices of Okaloosa-Walton
College, the University of West
Florida, Troy State University,
Pensacola Junior College, and
Florida State University
(Panama City) Campus
Scholarship Application pack-
ages can also be downloaded
from the ASMC web page at
http./ 'www.gultcoastasmc.or
g/ education htm.
If there are any questions,
please contact Mr. John
Dinmger at 883-3542 or Ms
Verna McBride at 882-5346
Applications must be received
no later than May 26, 2006.
OWC NEWS
KIDS ON CAMPAS:
Enrollment for the "Kids on
Campus" summer enrichment
program at Okaloosa-Walton
College begins May 25 at the
Niceville Campus from 8.00 am
to 2:00 p.m. in the College Mall,
building K, and from 2:00 to
4:30 p.m. in Building C.
Numbers will be distributed
beginning at 7:30 am to ensure
place in line. Beginning May
26, individuals may enroll for
the program at all six OWC
locations. On a space available
basis, registration is open
through June 8 for session one
and July 6 for the program's
second session.
"Kids on Campus" pro-
vides students entering grades
3 to 8 the opportunity for fun
learning in a variety of areas
including athletics, theater, art,
and academics There are two
sessions at the Niceville cam-
pus; June 12 to 22 and July 10 to
20. Classes are held Monday
through Thursday. Brochure
and registration forms are
' available at area schools, OWC,
and on the college web site
www.owc.edu.
Parents may choose either
half-day or full-day sessions.
For more information, call 729-
6086.
FREE DUAL ENROLL-
MENT:
There has been much in the
news lately aboit" educa'fi'nal
choice. One option available
for rising 10th, llth, and 12th
grade students is the opportu-
nity to enroll free of charge in
college classes offered during
the summer term at Okaloosa-
Walton College
Students may enroll in day-
time or evening courses that
begin May 8 and June 20 at all
six OWC locations. Students
who have previously enrolled
at OWC may register now
through May 7. New student
registration is May 2 to May 7.
Late enrollment is accepted
until May 15 Registration for
the six-week fast track term 3 is
accepted through June 27.
Students who participate in
OWC dual enrollment are pro-
tected by Florida's common
course numbering system and
transfer credits earned are
guaranteed to meet degree
requirements at Florida public
universities Further, students
who go on to earn an Associate
of Arts degree from OWC are
granted additional guarantees
when transferring to the state
university system as outlined
in the Florida Student Bill of
Rights. The college credits
earned are also transferable to
out-of-state colleges on the
same basis as credits earned at
other Florida public colleges
and universities.
For information on Dual
Enrollment, call OWC at 729-
5205.
UWF NEWS
EXTENDED HOURS: To
better serve students as they
return to campus for the sum-
mer 2006 semester, a number of
University of West Florida
campus offices, facilities and
service providers will have
extended operating hours
The Office of Admissions,
SFinancial Aid, Registrar, SASS
Office, Student
Accounts/Cashiers, Dean of
Students Office, Health Center
and the Nautilus Card office
will be open May 12 from 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m and May 15
through 18 from 8 a m. to 5:30
p.m. Dining Services Food
Court will be open May 12
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dining
Services Wackadoos will be
open May 12 from 8 a.m. to


rience? "The drive from
Crestview to Pensacola with
current gas prices."
He is the owner of Body
Maneuvers; Massage
Therapy and Personal
Fitness in Crestview, where
he doubles as a massage
therapist and personal train-
er. He is studying for an
upcoming ACSM Health
Fitness Instructor
Certification exam, and pur-
suing NSCA personal trainer
certification. Future plans
also include expanding his
business, teaching, and earn-
ing his M.S. degree.


Walker cabbage growers


competing in national contest


Adam White in Mrs. Ransom's class at
Walker grew a 14-lb. cabbage. Adam said,
"My secret was Peters 20-20-20 fertilizer."
These students entered the Bonnie Plants
national contest. The winner will receive
$1,000 for the largest cabbage in size and
maturity. (photo submitted)


Third graders at Walker Elementary have
had recent practice of growing extra large
cabbage. Haley Williamson from Mrs.
Wilkinson's class grew a 10-lb. cabbage
from a small plant. (photo submitted)


Walker Elementary School honor students


A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Akins, Taron /
Alexander, Adam / Bar / row,
Brooklynn / Baysmore, Montoya /
Cannon, B.J. / Dalton, Rylee /
Deaton, Zane / Durham, Tommy /
Faircloth, Michaela / Fowler,
Xander / Gillis, Cameron /
Hagedorn, Eli / Harms, Kameryn /
Harrison, Kayla / Howington,
Shelly / Jones, Jayla / Lewis,
Taylor / Luke, Maddie / McLaney,
Kaylyn / Mclaughlin, Alyssa /
Mitchell, Ethan / Nelson, Gabby /
Ricks, Kayla / Rodriguez, Jaidyn /
Rogers, Wynn / Seagle, Lydia /
Stokes, Bailey / Wakeland,
Cameron / Winans, Dylan
2nd Grade: Alexander, Jenna /
Ammons, Ariana / Austin, Jessica
/ Barberree, Taylor / Barrow,
Courtlyn / Brooks, Evan / Brooks,
Michael / Chenette, Alyssa / Clay,
Savannah / Coursey, Diamond /
Davis, Arantis / deGraaf, Zachary /
Dunn, Elizabeth / Evans, Emily /
Goddard, Renea / Hardell, Erin /
Humphrey, Rachel / Kootsouradis,
Seth / Maltais, Ashton / Matthews,
Alyssa / Miller, Kendall / Nauta,
Michael / Seals, Dondrell / Sowell,
Hannah / Stevenson, Halie /
Strickland, Mikayla / Vonada,
Kean / Williams, Jadzia / Williams,
Tanner
3rd Grade: Adams, Macie /
Andrews, Jordyn / Bell, Andrew /
Chamberlain, Jordan / Flynn, Jack
/ Fortner, Coltin / Galvan, Virginia /
McCranie, Kyle / Parker, Kaylen /
Shaw, Nathan / Smith, Marshall /
Stewart, D.J. / Tew, Chapman /
Williamson, Haley
4th Grade: Anglin, Logan /
Dalton, Clara / Darby, Brandon /


Kootsouradis, Zane / Land, Kyle /
Nowers, Hannah / Perkins,
Kortnie / Teel, Chancer / Todd,
Robin / Whisnant, Adam
5th Grade: Chenette, Kayla /
Dunn, Olivia / Fortner, Colin /
Henderson, Tyler / Lee, Olissa /
Sanders, Garrett / Sinopoli, Turner
/ Strickland, Trey / Vann, Cody
A/B honor roll
1st Grade: Acang, Austin /
Adams, Phillip / Alexander,
Meaghan /Alford, Lane /Andrews,
Baylee / Baggett, Ny'Quan /
Boles, Savannah / Bolton, Corah /
Hamilton, Cameron / Heglund,
Brooklyn / Holloway, Madison /
Huckabee, Maegan / Johnson,
Zaria / Jones, Serenadee / Josey,
Dylan / Kelley, Paige / Lawhon,
Madison / Lawhon, Savannah /
Martinez, Fernando / Miller,
Kendall / Moore, Brayden /
Oglesby, Jessica / Peacock,
Chiante / Reckart, Cody / Ritchie,
Noah / Royce, Joey / Sanford,
Cole / Shoffner, Daz / Snell,
Michael / Stewart, Olivia / Taylor,
Tyrian / Twallin, Anna / Williams,
Danielle / Young, Akira
2nd Grade: Adkins, Coby /
Baker, T. C. / Barlotta, Alex /
Bolding, Chriztian / Cook, Rachel /
Cox, Synclare / Dale, Marquell /
Day, Tyler / Gamad, Jeremiah /
Gillings, Devon / Gosch, Erik /
Hipps, Brayson / Jimenez, Ben /
Johnson, Christa / Justice, Dayne
/ Martin, Maddy / Martin, Megan /
Massey, Taya / McClard, Ashley /
McCutchen, Naja / Millora, Joel /
Morrill, Maranda / Polk, Austin /
Powell, Ashley / Raybon, Pace /
Ripley, Serena / Robinson, Levi /
Rossman, Caitlin / Samms,


Dewayne / Samuolis, Mathew /
Schmoldt, Lydia / Schmoldt,
Thomas / Snell, Rusty / Stanley,
India / Stewart, Rebecca / Weeks,
J.R. / Williamson, Kelvin /
Willman, Jacob
3rd Grade: Barton, Megan /
Bludworth, Hayden / Bolding,
Shane / Burris, Jessica / Busbee,
Tyler / Buster, Cameron / Enfield,
LeAnn / Evans, Matthew / Gaszak,
Jared / Kipatrick, Colton / Martin,
Brian / Mason, Mekenzie /
Myddleton, J.C. / Odom, Tiffany /
Rhoades, Tara / Sheppard,
Zarhea / Skenandore, Hailey /
Smith, Alexis / Standridge, Hope /
Sukto, Anthony / Thompson,
Anissa / Thompson, Justin /
Walker, Hunter / White, Adam /
Winans, Austin / Woods, Nathan
4th Grade: Alexander, Parys /
Barrow, Chelsea / Berberena,
Audrey / Burden, Vlia /
Cadenhead, Pierce / Cook,
Matthew / Cooke, Paula / Daniel,
Haley / Davis, Shalene / Day,
Jasmine / Doody, Nicole /
Edwards, Ryan / Gennaro, Emily /
Green, Brad / Ketcher, Stephanie /
Larkins, Brandi / Mason, Genny /
Rozier, Mahaley / Seagle, Cynthia
/ Sowell, Ragan / Stewart, Kayla /
Tanner, Cole / Woods, Janet
5th Grade: Ballard, Dylan /
Barbarree, Kaitlin / Boyett,
Cheyenne / Buckelew, Jonathan /
Burlison, David / Chessher, Dylan
/ Crutchfield, Paige / Cuthriell,
John / Daron, Heather / Foley,
Kristin / Greger, Trent / Lewis,
Miranda / Morris, Haley / Odom,
Kurtis / Scarborough, Vanessa /
Sweatt, Tate / Whisnant, Russell /
Wilks, AuSani


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Jim Knese and Ben Meridith (left and right), members of the VFW affiliated organization,
La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux, congratulate Okaloosa-Walton College
Registered Nursing students Elizabeth Bowdren and Jessica Barkley of Crestview as
recipients of the George B. Boland Nurses Scholarship that is sponsored by the group.
The two students are completing their first year in OWC's Registered Nursing program.
(photo submitted)


Williams a 2006 UWF honors graduate


On May
6, 2006
Scott M.
Williams
graduated
with hon-
ors from
t h e
University
of West
Scott M. Florida
Williams p with a
bachelor's degree in Exercise
Science. He earned place-
ment on the UWF President's
and Dean's List at the uni-
versity with a 3.7 GPA.
Scott graduated from


OWCC in August 2003 and
finished his massage training
and licensing from Soothing
Arts in Destin in 2004. At
that point, he transferred to
the University of West
Florida to get his degree.
Scott lists his favorite pro-
fessor at UWF as Robert
Isosaari of the Health,
Leisure, and Exercise Science
Department. He says his
most memorable experience
there was sitting next to
Amanda Davidson, Hooter
Girl, in the Exercise Testing
for Special Populations class.
His least favorite UWF expe-


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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2006


Five generations of joy


FAi Sae By OwiA

A picture is worth a thousand words ...

Sell your merchandise in the pages of the

Crestview News Bulletin and News Extra.


Recently, family members came from as far away as Tennessee to Crestview to cele-
brate five generations in their family. The family enjoyed a great time at dinner and pic-
ture taking. Pictured from left to right are: Ora Bell Brogan; great-great grandmother
from Ooltewah, TN, Stephanie Garrett; mother from Panama City, FL, Steve Garrett;
grandfather from Crestview, Sybil Garrett; great grandmother from Crestview, and
Sydnie Ellen Caldwell; great-great granddaughter from Panama City, FL.


Pat Hollarn
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 06DR1484
Division:
DARRELL ALAN RAMSAY,
Petitioner,
and
SABINE HEDWIG RAMSAY,
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Sabine Hedwig Ramsay
Respondents Last Known
Address:
Regensburg Ring # 1
96047 Bamberg, Germany
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Darrell Alan Ramsay,
whose address is 597 Sugeridge
Ln., Fayetteville, NC 28311 on or
before May 22, 2006 and file the
original with the clerk of this Court
at Okaloosa County Courthouse
Annex, Shalimar, FL 32579, before
service on Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court documents.in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated: April 11, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk
04/22/06
04/29/06


Okaloosa

Supervisor of

Elections Pat

Hollarn

receives State

award
"Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Pat
Hollam received the
Commissioner of
Education's Business
Recognition Award for her
work with her student voter
education program Kids
Vote, Too. Kids Vote, Too
was founded by Hollarn in
1998 and has grown to
encompass all students K-12
within Okaloosa County.
Hollarn was also recognized
at a state reception held in
Daytona Beach."


Commission to require storm prepa-

ration, recovery plans by June 1


TALLAHASSEE -
Florida's investor-owned
electric utilities will file
comprehensive storm
preparation and recovery
plans before the onset of
the 2006 hurricane season
to comply with a decision
by the Florida Public
Service Commission
Tuesday, April 4.
The five-member com-
mission is investigating


short-term and long-term
solutions to minimize
damages to Florida's elec-
tric infrastructure during
future hurricane seasons.
The commission is also
moving forward with pro-
ceedings to require
strengthening of overhead
electric lines and an explo-
ration of issues surround-
ing the underground
placement of electric lines.


05/06/06
05/13/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2004-CA-835-S
DIVISION
Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota,
N.A., as Trustee for registered
Holders of Option One Loan
Trust 2001-A, Asset-Backed
Certificates, Series 2001-A,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JUAN F. EVANS, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgement of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated April
27, 2006 and entered in Case NO.
2004-CA-835-S of the Circuit
Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein Wells Fargo Bank
Minnesota, N.A., as Trustee for
registered Holders of Option One
Mortgage Loan 2001-A, Asset-
Backed Certificates, Series 2001-
A, is the Plaintiff and JUAN F.
EVANS; DEBORAH A. EVANS;
MIKE EVANS; MIKE EVANS are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
IN FRONT OF THE CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX AT 11:00AM, ON THE
30th day of May, 2006, the follow-
ing described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
LOT 1, BLOCK 11, OAK-
LAND ADDITION TO FORT
WALTON, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 114,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 110 N. Audrey Circle
NW, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32548
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on May 1,
2006.


Don Howard


Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
Publish in the Crestview News
Bulletin
Invoice To: Echevarria, Codilis
& Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05016701
FIDOPTIONONE-CONV- -
kgrotz
"See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties needing special accom-
modation to participate In
this proceeding should con-
tact Court Administration at
101James Lee Boulevard
West, Crestview, FL 32536-
3515; telephone number
(850) 689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the proceed-
ing. or Shallmar (850) 651-
7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties needing special accom-
modation to participate In
this proceeding should con-
tact Court Administration at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalilmar, FL 32579; tele-
phone number (850) 651-
7497, prior to the proceed-
Ing.
05/13/06
05/20/06

ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES, INC.
Hereby gives notice of com-
pletion of contract with the
Yellow River and Water
Commission for construction
of Project No. April Flash
Foods and Hurricane Ivan
EWP Projects at Steele
Road at Penny Creek and
Steele Gullies, Florida.
This notice will appear for two
consecutive weeks. All claims
should be filed at 400 Neal
Road, Cantonment, FL 32533
during this period.
Advance Construction
Services, Inc.


36th


Annual

"Country

Store"

Area artist and craft
exhibitors are invited to
participate in the 36th
Annual "Country Store,"
June 17th in Crestview.
Booth space is available
for only a $10.00 registra-
tion, plus 10% of your
proceeds. Please send
the registration fee along
with information on
what you will be selling
to: Country Store, 5479
Old Bethel. Road,
Crestview, FL 32536-
5512 lur
Space is. available
inside and outside. Call
early for the best loca-
tion. For further infor-
mation or to receive a
registration packet, call
(850) 689-5850 or 729-
1400 ext. 5850.
The Okaloosa County
Extension Service pro-
vides research, educa-
tional information and
other services only to
individuals and institu-
tions that function with-
out regard to race, color,
sex, age, handicap, or
nation origin.


05/13/06
05/20/06


NOTICE OF CONTRACT
COMPLETION
"Notice is hereby given that
Donald Smith Company, Inc.,
746 E. Main St., Headland, AL
36345 has completed a'con-
tract for Water System
Improvements for Holt Water
Works Inc.. This notice will
rune once a week for four
weeks beginning May 6,
2006. Any claim against this
work should be filed with the
owner at PO Box 308, Holt,
FL on or before the last date
of publication which is May
27, 2006."
05/13/06
05/20/06
05/27/06
06/03/06
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Moulton's Advanced
Storage, Inc., located at 5180
South Ferdon Boulevard in
Crestview, Florida will offer for
sale to the highest bidder the
household and other goods
stored in the below listed units
of Moulton's Advanced
Storage. Said goods are to be
sold to recover the rents not
paid by the tenants.
Unit 172 Fred Radel
Unit M21 Bianca Barnes
Unit 125 Jacqueline Jones
Unit 186 Delores Williams
Unit 022 Melanie Henry
Unit A33 David Dean
Unit H8 Shannon Brown
The sale shall take place on
May 27, 2006 At 9:00 a.m. at
Moulton's Advanced Storage.
05/13/06
05/20/06

Auburn Water System Inc.,
will hold it's monthly Board of
Director Meeting Monday May
15, 2006 at 6pm.
A copy of the agenda will be
available upon request.
Phone: (850)682-3413
Address: 3097 Locke Lane,
Crestview, FL 32536
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T-Ball Awards
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STARS, from page 12


Pitcher Britney
Summerlin, catcher Amanda
Cook and third baseman
Gracie Youngblood will rep-
resent the Gators.
"I'm excited for all three
of them," Baker coach John
Carlisle said. "It's a great
way for them to finish off
their senior year.
"One more memory they
get to chalk up that nobody
can take away from them.
One more thing they can


add to their list of accom-
plishments.
Crestview second base-
man/pitcher Whitney
Langley and Laurel Hill
slugging shortstop Mary
Smith were invited to join
the Gator players in the
North lineup.
Summerlin also received
an invitation to participate
in the FACA's All-Star
Softball Classic May 20 in
Kissimmee.


CHS events
Crestview's baseball pro-
gram will hold its youth
clinic May 30-June 2 at the
school's baseball facility.
The clinic runs from 9
a.m.-noon each day and is
for ages 5-13. Cost is $75 per
person and can be paid dur-
ing registration from 8-9
a.m. on May 30.
The CHS baseball pro-
gram will hold its banquet at
7 p.m. May 17 at Ryan's.


HOME, from page 12


mom.' But she coaches me at
home, too."
"Only if you bring it up,"
Kathy protested mildly.
"You bring it up," Chelsea
said, getting in the last word.
"I'm the one who lets it
drop."
Kathy's proudest mother-
coach moment came in
Chelsea's first game as the
Gators' full-time starting
point guard.
Injuries thrust Chelsea
into the role, starting with a
game against perennial
power North Florida
Christian.
"I thought, 'This game
will break Chelsea or make
her into what she is going to
be,'" Kathy said.


Chelsea's response? The
first double-double of her
high school career.
"She stepped up to the
challenge as a ninth-grader,"
Kathy said.
Chelsea treasures the car
ride home with her mother
after Baker's home game
against Choctawhatchee
four months ago.
The Gators lost 54-52, but
Kathy praised her daughter
for playing her heart out
despite an injury.
"She said she wished
everybody would have had
the fire I did, because after I
got hurt, I went back out
there," Chelsea said.
"That made me feel
good."


Chelsea started planning
for Kathy's 2006 Mother's
Day gift well in advance of
Sunday's holiday.
"But I'm not going to tell
what it is," she said.
Kathy most cherishes the
handprint Chelsea made for
Mother's Day as a kinder-
gartner.
And they both cherish the
moments they share as
mother and daughter, coach
and player.
"I think of all of my play-
ers as my daughters," Kathy
said. "But is has been my
greatest honor as a mother
to be her coach."
Added Chelsea: "And I
wouldn't be half as good as I
am if she wasn't my coach."


SHOTS, from page 12


,_(, Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
The Baker Area Youth Association handed out its T-Ball trophies on Tuesday. In.the top photo ,
are the Brave1 Coaches from left are Bruce Castleberry and Steve Henderson. Front row
from left are Jayde Henderson, Briley Lawson, Maddy Wallace and Hannah Adams.
Back row from left are Jack Adams, Kale Davis, Laine Potts, Kelly Castleberry, Sam Crowson,
Chelsi Brooks and Garrin Mitchell. In the bottom photo are the Marlins. Coaches from left are
Clay Church, Bo Haskell, Stefney Haskell and Rachel Haskell. Front row from left are Ethan
Cadenhead, Jackson Cadenhead, Anna Cates and Blake Lawson. Back row from left are
Tristan Adams, Pierce (no last name available), Corey Church and Mackenzie Lawson.


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The Patriots then got past
Mosley 4-3 in their regional
opener with ho-hum a
two-run rally in the bottom
of the seventh.
The three consecutive last-
at-bat wins got Pace's
momentum going. Crestview
had the misfortune to get in
the way on Tuesday.
"Give them all the credit,"
Gillis said. "They got the job
done, and we didn't."
The Bulldogs showed
class in defeat. Gillis had
nothing but good things to
say about Pace coach
narle Warner.


"Hopefully they'll go win
it all," CHS senior pitcher
Blake Dean added.
Of course, many folks in
Crestview take any Pace
win as a Bulldog loss. And a
CHS defeat at the hands of
the Patriots counts double.
Crestview athletes,
coaches and fans can take
some solace in their arch-
rival's magical year, though.
Pace's most recent previ-
ous trip to the FHSAA base-
ball state semifinals came in
1997.
Crestview made the state
baseball semifinals in 1998.-


The Patriots' most recent
previous football playoff
victories came in 2001.
The Bulldogs' football
team would reach the state
championship game in
2002.
Destiny seems to blow
from west to east.
And the sun has shined
brightly in Crestview for the
last few days.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor. He can
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THE FAMILY of
Mary L. Thomas
would like to Thank
everyone whe, ex-
tended anwrct of
kindness during our
time of Bereave-
ment. Your support
and prayer, food,
flowers and cards
was greatly appreci-
ated. Thank you
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102
Drivers
DRIVERS
NEEDED
FREE Health Ins!
Great Benefits &
Pay! lyr. Tractor Tri.
Exp. Req. For this
and more Call 800-
256-6691
104
General Help
BOB TAYLORS
Carpet One, Crest-
view location, Show-
room Flooring Con-
sultant needed. Re-
tail sales helpful, but
not necessary.
Great hourly pay.
Will train the right
person. apply in per-
son at 641 N. Fer-
don Blvd. to Allan
Sienko, general
manager 682-1090


104
General Help

$ ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST $
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. in this
area. Labor,-Find--.
ers needs you!
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699
ADAPTIVE'S PAR-
TY Line is now hir-
ing tent installers,
laundry room help
and delivery drivers.
Full or part time! for
an appointment call
796-0400
AIRCRAFT REFU-
ELER, experienced
in the general avia-
tion field. Apply in
person Sunshine
Aero Industries,
5545 John Givens
Road, Crestview,
FL. Bob Sikes Air-
port 682-6811
NOTARY SERV-
ICES. Call anytime.
682-7876 or 865-
3514. We do wed-
dings or any notary
services.
CRESTVIEW INN
House keeper need-
ed FT/PT Call 682-
4466
EXPERIENCE
ELECTRICAL help-
ers needed must
have valid driver li-
cense. apply in per-
son at Crestview
Electric 900 W.
James Lee Blvd.


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104
General Help
CRESTVIEI NEWS
BULLETIN
Now hiring for our
Inserter positions.
hours are; on. 9am
till? -Tue. 6:30 pm
till? & e'ery other
Friday 9:30 pm til?
Apply in person at
295 W. James Lee
Blvd. Crestview.
DOMINOS PIZZA
now hiring delivery
drivers. : Flexible
hours. $12-$15 per
hour potential. Apply
in person @ 1049
South Ferdon Blvd.
EXPERIENCED
GRILL
Cook and cashier.
Apply in person at
Mickey's Grocery
6407 Hwy 189
North. Baker, Flori-
da. 537-2566.
FLORAL
DELIVERY
Person needed also
must be willing to
leam the florist busi-
ness and accept all
responsibilities in-
volved. Call for ap-
pointment 682-5926
HELP WANTED
roofing -, qonpny,
drivers 'license a
plus call Russell or
Debbie 689-8075 or
830-6680
NEED DRIVER with
a clean Class B & E
License, position in-
cludes some physi-
cal labor. Apply in
person at Crestview
Wholesale, 984 W.
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.
IMMEDIATE FT and
PT openings on our
2nd and 3rd shift
weekdays and
weekends for Resi-
dential Youth Care
Workers in our 3 fa-
cilities. Competitive
Pay and Benefits.
Send resume to Ms.
Cook, 150 Duggan
Ave. Crestview Fl.
32536 or
TallPinesFDC@ya-
hoo.com
MANUFACTURING
MACHINE Shop
Crestview Area
. Machinist com-
petitive pay with
work experience.
. CNC Machine Op-
erators.
. QC Dept.
. Shop support/ex-
perience with shop
floor maintenance
and tools.
. Entry level jobs
available with -evalu-
ation after 90 days.
Benefits: Vacation,
holiday, insurance,
401 K, climate-con-
trolled environment.
Interested parties
fax resume: 682-
3543 or call for ap-
pointment 682-8033.
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
ROOFERS
Crestview home re-
pair hiring hard
working roofer la-
bors that want to
learn the roofing
trade, All workmen's
comp and insuran-
ces paid. Salary
based, long term
employment, 682-
5529


104
General Help

NOW HIRING All
positions, PT/FT.
Kitchen help pay
DOE. Apply in per-
son, 114 John King
Rd. Crestview
HONEST HARD
working reliable help
needed for painting
and prep work. Will
train 585-9422
NOW HIRING Car-
penters, Helpers
and Laborers must
have transportation
546-0484.
OKALOOSA
HOUSE
CLEANING
"Doing more than
the rest"
Residential
Apartments
Offices
Move-Ins or Outs
Deep Cleaning
Routine Cleaning
A TOP TO BOTTOM
PROCESS
Licensed, Insured,
and Bonded. Call
Chuck Chapman.
850-758-8891 or
850-682-9887
PART TIME
TYPE SETTER

week, great after
school job. Apply in
person, NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASEIII
The Crestview
News Bulletin
295 W. James Lee
Blvd.
WACKEN
HUT
SECURITY
Now hiring Security
Officers for Blue
Mountain Beach and
Santa Rosa Beach.
$9.75 to $10.00 hr.
HS/GED required. .
We will provide
training for class "D"
Security License.
Call 800- 527-5941
OEM/F/D/ V
.108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL OF DESTIN
Now hiring all posi-
tions. Cooks, serv-
ers, cashiers. Apply
in person or call
269-3344. Located
at foot of Mid-Bay
Bridge. Good bene-
fits and up to 3 rais-
es in 1st year.
CRESTVIEW INN
House keeper need-
ed FT/PT Call 682-
4466

110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence' preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319

114
Medical
CLINICAL TECHNI-
CIAN needed F/T
for growing Optha-
mology Practice in
Crestview Fax. Con-
fidential Resume to
850-515-1520


Joshua Dillard Owner
3106 E. Chestnut Ave. Crestview, FL

Interior / Exterior
New Construction
Repaint Specialist
Pressure Washing
Wallpaper Removal

850-305-4865


114
Medical

ATTENTION RN's,
LPN's & CNA's
Shoal Creek Reha-
bilitation Center has
a new pay scale I
Sign on bonus also
available for FT po-
sitions Call Angela
Cook RN at (850)
689-3146 or come
by for a tour at 500
South Hospital Drive
Crestview Fl. 32539
NURSE PRACTI-
TIONER Women's
Health Certified -
Eglin AFB. Excellent
FT. civilian oppty!
Cert req. Call Ed
865-765-3635, fax
resume to 865-908-
2522 or email es-
pencer@ sterling-
medcorp.com
CNA'S NEEDED
11am to 7pm 3 to
11, 7am to 7pm on
weekends Call 423-
1228

116
Office Work
LOCAL CLERK
needed Thursday -
Monday Call 1-877-
321-1429
SALES/CLERICAL
POSITION Available
with Elite Trailers,
inc. Split days be-
tween Laurel Hill &
Crestview. Mon. thru
Friday 8:00 till 5:00


PART TIME
Receptionist needed
for busy office. Work
Mon., Tues, &
Friday. Apply in per-
son at The Bulletin
295 W. James Lee

120
Professional
LOCAL BAIL
Bondsman wanted
Good Pay Good
working conditions.
Evening shift. Cal 1-
877-321-1429
SUBSTANCE
ABUSE counselor
for Okaloosa correc-
tional institution.
Starting salary 24K
plus benefits Mon. -
Fri. 8-5 Fax resume
to 850-522-1534
TWIN HILLS Leam-
ing Center has an
opening for a care
giver/teacher. Call
689-1663

126
Skills/Trade

ELECTRICIANS
CHECK THIS
OUT!
Top Pay
*Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
*Paid Sick Leave
*Blue Cross-
Health Insurance
*Life Insurance
*100% Company
funded Retirement
Plan
*Established Com-
pany 26 Years.
*Long term local
work
*Overtime
Earn more, get
treated better,
share in company
profits. Hiring com-
mercial, service
and residential
electricians. Call
850-837-8474 See
what we can of-
fer..


315
Business Services
AMAZING MOTH-
ER'S Day Special:
Facial and Massage
Combo Amazing
Face and Body
Shop Phone 689-
3900. 840 N. Ferdon
Blvd. Crestview.
Lic#MA16666
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job to small. 305-
1957
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266



Aki condliorigc=omany
see expeenced fHVAC

$K$K pff yeaf DOE
Yepro oe~lE

rwmn Hell esISeivice
Tech. poiins also vilile
ContWact Jackson Wite
(850) 8624796
Mills Heating &Air

MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NOTARY SERV-
ICES. Call anytime.
682-7876 or 865-
3514. We do wed-
dings or any notary
services.
PRISTINE CLEAN
Complete cleaning
service for homes
condo's and com-
mercial. Licensed
and insured. Phone
850-345-9335 or
376-3142.
"We Will Be There
When You Need
Us."
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
WEDDING
ARCHES,
candle arches,
candelabras, unity
candle stand, availa-
ble for rent. Contact
Ann Kolmetz 850-
689-3302

325
Domestic

MCCURLEY
CLEANING
Service. Family
owned and operat-
ed. Licensed and
insured. Reasona-
ble rates. Residen-
tial & new construc-
tion. Call for appt.
on estimate. 585-
5311.

335
Financial Services

LOW COST Mo-
bile home financ-
ing. ABC Mortgage
850-243-3279


Covenant
HOSPICE'
a special aind of caring since 1984
IS CARING YOUR CALLING?
Crestview
Community Educator
Social Worker
Certified Nursing Asst/HHA-PRN
Case Manager
RN-Weekends
Niceville
LPN, Cont. Care -PRN
Clinical Manager
Certified Nursing
Asst/HHA-FT/PT/PRN
RN-PRN
Great FT Benefits!
Drug-Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer
Apply/Mail to:
370 Redstone Dr.
Call: 850-682-3628 or
Fax: 850-682-8434
APPLY ONLINE I
www.covenanthospice.org


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
HARDWOOD
FLOORS
Elite floors 3 gen-
erations of quality
sanding installs
repairs. Free esti-
mates.
850-549-7491
S. Ping & Handy-
man Service
Available.

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.


340
Home Repair

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

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


337
Concrete
A-1 CONCRETE
Tear out old drive-
ways, some stamp
work, brick work
foundations.No job
too small or no job
too large, Licensed
and insured. 850-
200-2815
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Barnhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
CONCRETE
FORMED, Poured
Finished Errand LLC
850-892-7051
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
4AIons.o000 PSI Mix.
Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
Being Sold AS IS 3BR/IBA
Traditional home, Built-In
Bookcases, Vinyl & Carpet
Flooring, Pavilion/Gazebo,
Workshop, & Yard Building.
Property could be split make a
great parcel for construction of
new home. Centrally located and
near Lake in Defuniak Springs.
$126,900 MLS# 410063m
BEAUTIFUL TRI-LEVEL CUSTOM
3BR/3BA home sitting on 3.1
acres on a spring fed Lake
Tantara. All new appliances, new
roof, whirlpool tub in M/BA, tile
and wood floors throughout
home, master suite and guest
bedroom. Lg barn and bird sanc-
tuary with electric. Don't miss
out! $359,900
MLS# 421411m
3BR/2BA HOME awaiting
your arrival. Huge florida Room
(18X22), plus large fenced back
yard with separate 20X24
garage, and 16XI0 shed. Only
179,900 HLS# 424340md
GREAT HOME IN NEW
SUBDIVISION OF THE PINES,
3BR/2BA all brick, 2-car garage.
Master bedroom with trayed
ceiling, Ig great room,, split bed-
room. Home will be ready to
move in by mid-May. A Must
See!f $182,700 MLS# 418513m
ALL BRICK 3BR/2BA South
of 1-10 on large level lot.
Breakfast bar, dining room,
wood burning fireplace, 2-car
garage. Large shed/barn in back
yard. Seller will provide, Old
Republic Home Warranty and
pay $1,000 of buyer's closing
cost. This one will not last long.
$199,900 MLS# 426254md.
3BR/2BA NEWLY
CONSTRUCTED All Brick Home
just off Mt Olive Rd. Nice level
one acre lot, with split floor plan
and double garage. $209,900
MLS# 427858
WOWII BRAND NEW BRICK
Home 38R/2BA, split bedroom
plan, vaulted ceiling in
livingroom, 2 car garage, garden
tub in master bathroom. All on I
acre. $209,900
MLS# 427856
4BR/2BR NEW ALL
BRICK Home on I acre just
minutes from town. Large cov-
ered back porch to enjoy the out-
doors. Split floor plan, ceramic
tile in foyer, kitchen, bathrooms,
laundry & dining room. Vaulted
and treyed ceilings throughout.
Covered front porch. Double van-
ities in both bathrooms. Hurry
this won't last long. $298,500
MLS#408780m




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MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous

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

TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218


FOR SALE


$78,000.
(334) 858-5814 (Leave Message)




Crestview

Well Drilling


4" WasL UP TO B0O'


License #3191

682-4998
LICENSED & INSURED


345
Lawn Care

ACCEPTING

'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
S&P LAWN Service.
Dependable Quality
Service. 682-9780
or 902-5669













RASBURY LAWN
SERVICE
General Cleanup
Mowing, Trim-
ming
Lic. & Ins.
Free Estimates
682-1302
564
*ABR LAWN
SEVC
Geea Cleanu
Mowig Trim


I -tr Pauhtlidle

jIrrigation, Inc.
License #4510

* Sprinkler Systems
* Landscape Design
* Landscape Lighting

682-4998
LICENSED & INSURED
email: weirrigateu@yahoo.com


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


SATURDAY, MAY 13,2006


PAGE 10


345
Lawn Care

DAVE'S HAULING
LLC. & Lawn main-
tenance. Mowing,
trimming pressure
washing and more
Lic. & Ins. Free esti-
mates 758-5222
DIRT FOR Sale up
to 5 yards delivered
for $75. 758-1477


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

TOP OF THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,
pressure washing
low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.

LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Professionals
Competitive rates,
Quality work, Free
estimates. Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed -
Insured
OWner Brad Over-
ly

J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.
TOP OF THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,
pressure washing
low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available

355
Sewing &
Alterations











saturday, may 13, 2006


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WClaude Mitchell
With over 30 years
experience in the
automobile business, I
encourage you to come In
and let's look at your
C vehicle needs. With current
C o cash Incentives & finance
plans, together we will find
a solution that best suits
your situation.
Claude Mitchell Award Chevrolet

A w r d Z Your Slwudo HMadqarmtw L L OtMaed mOpea d
U >-a -S u f L 4150 Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
Af nR E 6U2.2731


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Multi-family
complex currently
has 3 of 4 units
rented for
immediate
income. Total
3070 sq ft and
built in 1973.
Don't miss this
investment
opportunity.
$339,000
Nice level lot on
3.89 acres in N.
Crestview. This
property is zoned
commercial. Great
opportunity for
builder or investor.
$312,000
Very nice duplex
with 2 bdrm and 1
bath on each side
and each side.
Has new metal
roof, a/c and
barber carpet.
This property runs
150 ft on Farmer
St. and is 125 ft.
deep. $185,000
Renovated in
1999. 2800 sq ft
home on 27.9
acres with pond.
Home has 4
bedrooms and 4
baths. Very nice.
$795,000
Brand new home
with tons of
upgrades. This
4/2 home is on 3 /
4 ac. Tigerwood
floors, tile and
carpet, maple
cabinets and so
much more. Don't
miss this one!
$299,800
Approx 3.1 acres
of great level land
with 169.78 ft
facing John Nix
Rd on the west
and slightly more
bordering Lake
Ella to the east.
Great place for a
home. $108,500



Outtnding Resuls


Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
Toll Free (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACHOFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED
AND OPERATED
www.gerrihouse.com


452
Apartments For
Rent


452
Apartments For
Rent
CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $40 daily
$225 weekly
Furnished efficiency
$225 weekly 682-
4466

456
Homes For Rent
1YR OLD 3/2/2 near
Auburn Rd.
$950./mo.&
$950.SD No smok-
ing, no pets. 315-
1057.
3/2/2 HOME 1800
sq.ft,- 500sq.ft. utility
building, tile floors
throughout, small
pets allowed. $1200
monthly +SD. Milita-
ry discount. 4798
Shoal Lake Circle,
Crestview 850-875-
1629
3BR/2BA 2CG Brick
home, Days night &
weekends 682-
5533.
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
CRESTVIEW, S-I
10, 2 homes to
choose 3/2/1, fresh
paint, new floor, Pri-
vacy fenced, w/patio
.$950. + S/D 682-
8483
DUPLEX APT.
3bd/2ba No pets
$795. plus SD $775.
Available May 1st. 2
block from Walker
Elem School 683-
1354 / 217-4534
EDERLY GENTEL-
MEN looking for
someone to share
his home and to
help run the house
duties, Please call
537-9658.
NORTH CREST-
VIEW 3/2 home'
$800 rent. $1000
deposit. No smok-
ing. lyr lease. 865-
2593.
4 HOUSE in Crest-
view: 421 Apple,
3/2/1, fresh paint,
tile floor, privacy
fenced, $950., 422
Apple, 3/2/1, open
floor plan, wood
floor, new applian-
ces, $950., 509 Tall
Pines, 3/1.5, living
room & family room
plus Ig. screened
porch & out door
storage $875., 504
Gil-Ava, 5br/3ba,
3000 sq.ft. for Ig
family $1300. Call
682-8483 or 865-
7777

460
Mobile Homes
For Rent

3BD/ 2BA Mobile on
1 acre lot. $700. mo.
deposit & referen-
ces. 537-6222 499-
7412


57"~ 5e4&Oawm


2564 KINGSTON RD.,
Brand New, 1400sqft,
3BD/2BA, 2 car garage

$200,000 1Bo, 974-2533









Lic# BK700875 Broker, Owner

jayde Estates READY TO MOVE IN Homes under
$210,000. Builder pays up to $5,000 towards closing costs.
*Builder pays up to $5,000 in up grades from builder's list.*
2907 Crescent Ave 3/2 New Construction ~
$189,900 Builder pays up to $5,000 towards closing costs. *
8142 8th St. Laurel Hill 3/2 New Construction -
many upgrades READ TO MOVE IN *
6859 Bill Lundy Rd 8+ acres w/pond, 2 story, 4/2
4587 Top Flight 4/2 over 2000sqft on golf course
480 Stillwell Rd 3/2 corner lot, privacy fenced back yard
5372 Fairchild Rd 4/2, I acre New Construction ~
$199,900
3153 Airport Rd Crestview 5/3, 24x24 Florida room

Dennis Mann Realty 850-682-1218
802 N. Wilson St.
Crestview, FL 32536 850-974-4476


460
Mobile Homes
For Rent

3BD HOUSE in Milli-
gan $850. Rent,
$850. No smoking,
No pets. 682-1972
HOUSE TRAILER
for rent. 2BR/2BA in
Baker. For details
call 902-3465

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


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.
ALL NEW, All brick
homes, White Oak
Estates in beautiful
Laurel Hill Fl. Start-
ing in the 180's. Call
Bev McNally with
Carriage Hills Realty
at 803-0875.


WE LOVE OUR
MILITARY VA
approved builter off-
ng military discount
White Oak Estates
Laurel -Hilll, --now
open. All Brick
Homes $189,000 to
$225,000 less than
5 miles from new
professional Golf
Course Affordable
iving close to it.
Call Beverly McNal-
y Carriage Hills Re-
alty (850) 803-0875.

ATTRACTIVE 412
new home in Ridge
Crest. 302 Ceclu-
sion Blvd. $173,000.
Call 826-0362
FOUR HOMES
3BR/1BA,131&133,
Smith Street.
204,304 E. 1st Ave.
Good rental income
682-2147
.NEW BRICK home,
Crestview 3/2/1
1400 sq/ft, carpet
and tile floors, ca-
thedral ceilings, oak
cabinets, marble
vanities, 10 year
warranty. To be
completed in June.
$204,900. 978-8228.
HOUSE FOR sale
802 East Chestnut
$62,000. firm. 1,100
sq/ft., 682-5019 or
902-0080

560
Land For Sale

6 ACRES with well
and septic tank,
DeFuniak Springs
$68,000 Call Caro-
lyn Myler Coldwell
Banker JME Realty
585-3627


ALL NEW '06 Power windows & locks, power
seat, Steering wheel radio con-
Ponitac Torrent trols Stk. #6115*
h.MSRP ........ $25,190
Disc. / Rebate $4,895


'06 Ponitac

.. Vibe


'06 Buick

icerne CX


Power windows & locks,
Keyless entry, CruiseTilt Stk.


"Full Size Luxury" All with
remote start and rear park
assist. Stk. #6195*
MSRP ........$28,435
Disc. I /Rebate *1,570




ii.,S


power windows & locks, Power
seat, Power heated mirrors,
Polished wheels. Stk. #6154*
MSRP ........ $31,045
isc. / Rebate $5,092


Savings *Over

$10,000
MSRP ....... 34,868
Disc. / Rebate1 0,068



--7. l


'06 GMC 1500 Sierra Crew Cab


1 PRE-OWNED CARS PRE-OWNED SUV'S / TRUCKS
'05 Pontiac Grand Prix #P411 *14,900 '03 2500 Duramax Diesel Ext.Cab #6097A '23,775
5- Buick LeSabres starting at *12,975 '04 Colorado Ext. Cab was $13,975 #6214A '11,975
'03 Cadillac Deville (diamond white) #P478 *19,975 '06 Dodge 2500 Crew 4x4 Diesel #487A33 975
05 Ford Mustang Coupe #P409 *17,975 '05 Dodge 2500 Crew 2wd Diesel 6085A28,975
S3- Sebring convertibles starting at *8,975 '04 Expedition XLT 4x4 was $22,975 #P398A .19,975
HI S '05 Mitsubishi Galant was $15,975 #6166A 14,975 '05 GMC Yukon was $27,975 #P465 *25,975
o doosej '05 Nissan Altima was $18,375 #P468*16,975 '05 Grand Cherokee 2wd was $19,775 #P400oo*17,775
S '04 Toyota Camry only 16k miles #P456A $16,975 '05 Grand Cherokee 4x4 was $20,775 #P3m7 $18,775


P oN TAC* Ui C Ki GMC we -essoal
OF CRESTVIEW "We Make THE Difference" nlI1CIK, 4
4300 S. Ferdon Blvd. (Hwy. 85 South of i-i0) Crestview, Florida 850-682-2708 o,"""N
Ad good through 5/16/-06. Price does not include Tax, Tag and Fees. Prices include all available rebates. Pictures for display purposes only. Includes Trade in rebate of 1999 vehicle or newer


560
Land For Sale
1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
10 ACRES Ashnick
Lane with Nice met-
al building, located
in Beautiful Laurel
Hill $120,000. Call
Carolyn Myler Real-
tor Coldwell Banker
JME Realty 585-
3627
3.4 ACRES, deep
well, Holt/Baker
area. $120,000. Call
537-4836
4 VACANT lots
80x132 located The
Pines S/D $35,000
each. Contact Caro-
lyn Myler Realtor
Coldwell Banker
JME Realty 585-
3627
80X125 LOT Oak-
wood Hills S/D.
DeFuniak Springs
nicely treed home-
site. Asking
$21,000. Contact
Carolyn Myler Real-
tor Coldwell Banker
JME Reality 585-
3627
BY OWNER 4 acres
wooded, flat lot
125x125 cleared
home site in Baker
$80,000 537-8246


CYPRESS BENCH


with matching chair, like new. For
porch, patio or garden. s2500Q
423-9736


5815 Hilary St BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. No AGENTS.
Brick Home, 3BR/2BA, Split floor plan, 2C/G, Lg3creen
Room w/12'x20' deck, Lg. eat-in kitchen, Formal DR.
Excellent location on the corner in a quiet cul-de-sac. Too
many extras to list Must See! s284,000
850-974-0018


562
Mobile Homes For
Sale
DOUBLEWIDE
24X52, 96 model
3Bd/2Ba 2 covered
porches, to be
moved. Excellent
condition $20,000.
537-4836
FOR SALE by Own-
er: 28x70 mobile
home on 5 acres,
1850 sq.ft. living
area. Approximately
8 miles from Crest-
view, asking
$275,000. For more
information please
call 850-682-4804,
850-902-1403 or
850-902-1678















704
Livestock
PUREBRED BEEF-
MASTER Heifers
2yrs old. Bred to
registered, Red An-
gus Bulls. $1200.
each. Call 850-834-
3881.
708
Pets
AKC BRITTNEY
Spaniel 1 yr. old
$300. OBO gor-
geous dog. 699-
6990
AKC LAB puppies
Yellow & Cream 1st
shots Vet checked
$300. 537-2901 or
825-1767
BEAUTIFUL BLUE
& Gold Macaw with
huge corner cage
and separate perch
stand. Very friendly.
$1,500. Ph. 902-
2041 or 902-2040
YORKIE PUPPIES
$600, 682-1972
FREE TO good
home only AKC
Labs 1 males 4yrs.
old & 2 females 4yrs
old 537-2901


708
Pets
DACHSHUND
A.K.C. and C.K.C.
male PC.S.NG.
Must sell great with
kids. Not neutered
$200. Black and tan
miniature 689-3658
HAND FED Ham-
sters for sale 683-
1334
VELVETEEN
BUNNIES
For Sale and free
bag of food. Call Tye
689-1054
WEIMARANER
PUPPIES
Shots up to date,
males and females
mom and dad on
premises $300. tak-
ing deposits Call
850-225-0938 or
850-306-5391


'802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Furniture, glass-
ware, clocks & clock
repair. Buy/Sale/ Es-
tates Mon. Fri, 9-5
/ Sat. 9-2. 213 N.
Main St. 689-1007
or 305-2441
806
Appliances
DISHWASHER G.E.
Nautilus under coun-
ter, 3 cycle, white,
very good condition
$125. Ph 682-2836
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
814 Furniture
SOFA & love seat
with 2 end tables,
good condition
$170. for all 689-
3259


813
Farm & Garden
KOREAN BOX-
WOOD in 3/Gal pots
8 yr. plants Lus-
trous, dark green fo-
liage that shapes
beautifully/ trim one
yearly. $8.00; 50 or
more $7.00 Milke
Gill at 652-4375

814
Furniture

DAY BED, table
with four chairs, so-
fa, rocker recliner,
formal dining group,
misc. 682-0348
FURNITURE RE-
FINISHING: Expert
refinisher with 25
years experience
needs work! Call
Mike Gill @ 652-
4375
HOSPITAL BED
Cost $1,800. asking
$800. Electric reclin-
er cost $600. asking
$250. Call 682-2456
LOVE SEAT $40.,
couch $60., coffee
table $30., 5 drawer
dresser $30., vibrat-
ing Zero Gravity
leather chair $75.,
all good condition
689-0213

819
Heavy Equipment
TWO 42' trailers one
48' trailer with slid-
ing tandems and rig-
ged to haul loader
piggyback. 682-
3578
829
Garage Sales
COME HAVE
FUN
WITH US,
Mostly ladies week-
enders slinky scrubs,
shoes, jewelry, some
men's clothing and
tools 153 Atkinson
7-1 Sat. Free
Coffee.
PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE yard
sale. Friday May 19,
7-3, & Sat. May 20
7-12, 1849 East
First Ave.
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

ATTRACTIVE SAN-
SUI 200w speakers,
25"Hxl 5"Wxl 0"D.
Excellent condition
$95. OBO Glider
rocker $40. 682-
8297
BOBWHITE QUAIL
eggs. $2.50 Dozen.
682-1714.
COLLECTORS
ITEM. Mint condition
Beanie Babies. Lots
of "50" Frogs and
Iguanas 50 cents
ea. other aviable.
Will deliver. 689-
3779
MUST SELL, Dinner
table /4 chairs $40.,
Dr's massage/ table
(electric) $100.,
washing machine
$20., Microwave
$15. clothing dis-
plays $15. 682-5075
NEW
MOBILE
STEPS,
mobile home
outside A/C unit,
Kenmore gas dryer,
gas wall heater, sofa
table, large wicker
mirror with carved
comers, Antique pia-
no built in 1800's.
New in box folding
body massager with
heat. 683-0378
TEMPORARY
ELECTRIC pole.
$150. 902-2041
OBO
GARAGE DOOR.
Single car, 7x9' Alu-
minum, White with
track and hardware.
Good condition,
$100. OBO 683-
8099









qARPORTS~ L "[l~m
'1,2X21 S,5", ];


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
SLOT MACHINE for
sale, takes tokens.
First $350. get it.
call 689-0625, for
more information.
THIS AND That
Thrift Store know
open on 563 S. Main
Street. We are tak-
ing donations, ev-
erything is real
cheap and priced to
sell open 5-15-06, 7
days a week.
WHIRLPOOL DRY-
ER $75.00 almond
color, Samung 19"
TV. $45., Black
mongoose bike with
pegs $45. 855-7317
904
Cars
1984 BUICK LeSa-
bre 85k, 8 cylinder,
309 engine $1,500.
Looks and runs
good. 682-3166
1991- 6 cys Oldsmo-
bile cold A/C Good
tires must see Best
offer 689-3302
1994 FORD Taurus
for Sale 6 cylinder
94,500 miles good
condition 683-9983
or 546-1064


905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
12' COLLINS Craft
fiberglass flat bottom
boat with 14' tilt trail-
er and new never
used 15h.p. oil in-
jected Suzuki motor,
trolling motor and all
accessories excel-
lent condition $3400.
850-892-7765
92 KEYWEST 20'
walk around cuddy,
Evinrude 150, Great
fishing boat, lots of
extras, & $6,500..
OBO 830-2954
912
Motor Homes
MOTOR HOME
CL912 class C
1986, 72K miles. Ex-
celent condition,
trade for car, truck,
mobile/hm $7,000.
826-0184
TWO YAMAHA GP
1300 Wave runners
with trailer for sale
Call John after 5:00
685-1300


Travel Supreme


1993 Travel Supreme 36', 5th wheel, very
clean, 2 Slide-outs. Will park in lot.
$15,000 537-8718


99 HD 1200 SPORTSTER


CUSTOM BLACK & CHROME, 18K MILES.
RUNS & LOOKS EXCELLENT.
$6,200 FIRM. cOaaew 660-232-4278


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CRESIVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


A N MAV 06PG


NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Monday
Spring football
Baker Maroon-White Intrasquad
game, 4 p.m.

Cawthon choice
Baker senior Matt
Cawthon plans to sign a let-
ter of intent to play baseball
at Jefferson Davis
Community College in
Brewton
(Ala.).
Cawthon
posted a 4-
6 pitching
record for
the Gator
baseball
team during
CAWTHON his senior
year. He
had a 1.32 ERA during the
regular season. He also led
Baker in hitting with a .333
average.

CHS spring game
An update from the
Crestview football team's
spring game late Friday
against Desire Street
Academy (La.) will be posted
on the News Bulletin Web
site, www.crestviewnewsbul-
letin.com, by noon today.

Little League
Crestview Little League
will hold its annual Meeting
of Members at 2 p.m. May 20
at the trailer located at
Garden City Park. The pur-
pose of the meeting is to
elect the Board of Directors
for the coming year and to
review and vote on amend-
ments for the Crestview Little
League -constitution. For
more information or to obtain
an absentee ballot, please
contact league secretary
Sheila Printy at (850) 689-
3604.

Baseball tryout
Baseball players who do
not turn 12 until after May 1
are invited to try out for the
11U Dawgs traveling base-
ball team. For more informa-
tion, send prospective play-
er's name, age, birth date
and telephone number to
dmthomason @ speedeenet.c
om.

CHS physical
Crestview High School
will conduct sports physical
for Bulldog athletes who will
be in grades 9-12 next year.
Physicals will be conducted
May 16 in the CHS gym.
Current freshmen, sopho-
mores and juniors should
arrive at 5:30 p.m. Current
eighth-graders should arrive
at 7 p.m. Athletes should
bring their parents so neces-
sary paperwork can be com-
pleted. Notaries will be
available. Athletes should
bring $10 for cost of the
physical.

Baker physical
Baker School will conduct
sports physical for Gator
athletes who will be in
grades 6-12 next year.
Physicals will be conducted
June 1 at 6 p.m. in the Baker
School fieldhouse. Athletes
should bring $10 for cost of
the physical.

CNB Online
Crestview News Bulletin
articles and photographs
now can be seen at the
paper's new Web site,
www.crestviewnewsbul-
letin.com. Sports stories are
updated on the site o.n
Wednesday and Saturday
afternoons. Additional pho-
tos from area sporting
events can be seen online
by clicking on the Photo
Gallery link. To purchase
photos from the site, contact
the News Bulletin at (850)
682-6524.


Honors start rolling in for area diamond stars


Dean named District
Player of the Year
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Crestview baseball coach
Tim Gillis will get one more
chance to coach the seniors
who started for his 2006
Bulldogs squad.
Six CHS players have been
invited to compete in the
Panhandle Classic All-Star
baseball game set for May 22
at Escambia High School.
Gillis will serve as an assis-


tant coach for the North
squad.
"It will be a lot of fun,"
Gillis said. "It's one more
chance to get out and play.
It's a great honor for those
guys, and well deserving."
Outfielder Anthony
Brown, pitcher/outfielder
Blake Dean, designated hitter
Chris Fulford, shortstop Trey
Hayes, second baseman
Chase Jaramillo and first
baseman Andy Percival
helped Crestview to a 23-6
record and a spot in the
Region 1-5A championship
game.


DEAN


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SUMNERUN


Baker ace pitcher and top
hitter Matt Cawthon and
north Okaloosa County bat-
ting leader Austin Garrett of
Laurel Hill will join the CHS
players on the North team.
Dean also won the Florida
Athletic Coaches Association


District 1
award.


Player of the Year


Dean posted an 11-2 pitch-
ing record with 112 strike-
outs and a 1.83 ERA in 72.2
innings during his senior
season. He also led
Crestview in hitting with a
.443 average, along with
eight home runs.
Gillis said the vote was
unanimous. The FACA's
District 1 encompasses
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and
Escambia counties.
"Blake has just been a
tremendous asset to
Crestview High School, as


well as the baseball pro-
gram," Gillis said.
Dean also received an
invitation to play in the
FACA's All-Star Baseball
Classic May 25-27 in
Sebring.
Three of the seniors who
helped Baker's softball team
to a 16-6 record and a spot in
the Region 1-2A semifinals
have been invited to share
the field one last time during
the Panhandle Classic All-
Star softball game May 23 at
Escambia High School.
See STARS, page 9


Happy mOther's Day




Home court advantage


Combests

share a bond

through sports
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BAKER Kathy Combest
handed daughter Chelsea
her marker board during a
summer camp basketball
game about 10 years ago.
Combest figured Chelsea,
then five years old, would
amuse herself by doodling
on the marker board while
her mother coached the
game.
Not this coach's daughter.
"She was five years old.
Hadn't even gone to kinder-
garten yet," Kathy said. "And
she goes, 'Mama! I drew up
an out-of-bounds play that I
think might work.'"
Athletics always have
served as a key link in the
Combests' mother-daughter
bond.
Theirs is a relationship
forged during countless
hours in the Baker School
gym and at Gator volleyball
and basketball games all
over the state..
Kathy has coached
Baker's varsity volleyball
team for the last 20 seasons.
She has run the Gator varsity
girls basketball program for
the last 10 years.
Chelsea, now a sopho-
more standout in both sports,
spent many of her 14 years
around and then on her
mother's teams.
"They have a unique rela-
tionship because they are
together all the time," said


Ken Nielsen1 ne News Bulleiin
Baker varsity volleyball and girls basketball coach Kathy Combest (left) and daughter Chelsea
pose for a photo in a familiar place the Baker School gymnasium.


husband and father Steve
Combest, who also teaches
and coaches at Baker. "Us
being here and our kids
going to school here, it's
always been kind of a tight-
knit family environment."
Chelsea became a regular
presence around Kathy's


teams long before she could
walk.
Chelsea's caretakers would
bring her to Kathy's practices
and games in a stroller.
Chelsea joined Kathy on
the Baker bench as soon as
she could walk, often dress-
ing in a matching outfit.


Dawgs a victim in Pace


Crestview's baseball fans
headed west for Tuesday's
Region 1-5A championship
game at Pace amidst a
downpour in north
Okaloosa County.
Another thundershower
awaited the Dawgs' fans
when they returned home
after Crestview's 10-0 loss.
The skies remained clear
in Pace all the while.
Figures. The sun has
shined on the Patriots
throughout this entire school
year.
The seventh-ranked CHS
baseball team journeyed to


third-ranked Pace on
Tuesday fully expecting to
earn a trip to the FHSAA
state semifinals.
"We felt like we had a
shot to win," Crestview
coach Tim Gillis said.
The Dawgs instead got
run over by some red, white
and blue karma.
The Patriots scored seven
runs in the second inning
and went on to earn a base-
ball regional trophy to put
alongside the football
regional trophy the Pace
gridders earned last
autumn.


Passing

Shots

Kyle
Wright

Crestview found itself in
an uphill struggle against a
school with both talent and
destiny on its side.
The Patriots football team
went 10-0 during the regular
season, with four of those
wins by one score or less.


That out-of-bounds play
Chelsea drew up as a five-
year-old?
"It scored," Kathy said.
"She's always been aware of
what is going on."
Chelsea soon began to
exhibit other personality
traits that show up in her


mother's feisty coaching
style.
"She's competitive.
Intense in everything she
does," Kathy said.
"And that's just her. I
don't have to bring that out
in her."
Steve remembers a Gator
volleyball practice about 10
years ago. Kathy had her
players assembled across
the net while she went
through some of their mis-
takes.
Kathy soon noticed her
players smiling and giggling
more than tHey souiild when
receiving a lecture.
Kathy then whirled
around to find Chelsea
behind her, mimicking her
mother's every move.
"It's kind of fun to watch
sometimes," Steve said.
"Chelsea knows what but-
tons to push to get Kathy all
riled up. And Kathy in
return puts Chelsea in her
place."
Kathy coached Chelsea's
youth softball and basketball
teams as early as first grade.
Chelsea has developed into a
top-flight back row player for
the Gator volleyball team, and
a sharpshooting point guard
on the Baker basketball team.
The Combests check the
coach-player relationship at
the door when away from
the playing floor. They main-
tain a mother-daughter rela-
tionship at home. Sports only
come up if Chelsea asks.
In theory.
"She's lying," Chelsea
said. "She tells me, 'I'm not
your mom in the gym, but I
will be at home. And I'm not
your coach at home. I'm your
See HOME, page 9


s season of destiny


Pace tallied a touchdown
with 12 seconds left to slip
past Fort Walton Beach 32-
28 in the first round of the
FHSAA football playoffs.
The Patriots got a chance at
the winning TD only
because either the Vikings
or the officials botched a
kneel-down situation with
less than a minute to go and
Fort Walton Beach in pos-
session.
Pace scored 11 points in
the final 5:30 to edge
Mosley 31-28 in the region-
al title game two weeks
later.


The Patriots had plenty of
magic dust left over for
baseball season.
Pace edged Tate 3-2 in the
District 1-5A semifinals on
an RBI single in the bottom
of the seventh inning.
Crestview got a firsthand
glimpse of some of the
Patriots' powers in the
District 1-5A title game. Pace
scored two runs in the bot-
tom of the seventh inning to
swipe the district trophy and
a handful of home playoff
games away from the Dawgs.
See SHOTS, page 9


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